A SHOW OF HANDS First it was the paws of tight end Jake Ballard (eight-yard TD reception), then the tight grip of Brandon Jacobs (one-yard TD run) and finally the meat hooks of defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (99, blocking Dan Bailey's game-tying field goal attempt)—all in the last 5:41—that combined to give the Giants a 37--34 victory over the Cowboys on Sunday night in Dallas.
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INDY FLICK The Hoosiers' Cody Zeller (40) gets off a shot in traffic against the Kentucky trio (from far left) of Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Anthony Davis and Doron Lamb during last Saturday's game in Bloomington. Indiana would turn the college hoops world upside down when Christian Watford knocked down a buzzer-beating three to give the Hoosiers a 73--72 win over the top-ranked Wildcats.
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WICKED, THE MUSICAL During his country's second test match against New Zealand last Friday, Australian bowler Peter Siddle chirped, unsuccessfully, for a leg before wicket (the rule intended to prevent the batsman from using his body to keep the ball from hitting the wicket and being called out). Siddle did take three wickets in Australia's victory over the Kiwis.
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