Crouching Tiger Missouri sophomore wide receiver T.J. Moe took on three Oklahoma defenders last Saturday during the teams' Big 12 showdown in Columbia, Mo. Moe caught three passes for 36 yards as the unbeaten, No. 18 Tigers toppled the unbeaten, No. 3 Sooners 36--27, the latest in a series of major upsets that have defined the 2010 college football season (page 28).
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Run Buster Giants catcher Buster Posey tagged out his Phillies counterpart, Carlos Ruiz, during the fifth inning of Game 4 of the NLCS in San Francisco on Oct. 20. The Giants won 6--5 to take a 3--1 lead in the series, then closed it out last Saturday in Game 6, earning a World Series berth against the Rangers (page 48).
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Tug of Four Packers linebacker Clay Matthews tried to disrobe Vikings quarterback Brett Favre (4) during the fourth quarter in Green Bay on Sunday. Favre struggled against his old team, throwing three interceptions in a 28--24 loss that dropped Minnesota to 2--4.
Before he became the premier postseason performer of his generation, the Patriots icon was a middling college quarterback who invited skepticism, even scorn, from fans and his coaches. That was all—and that was everything