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September 2, 2015
John Thompson-74
Terry Bradshaw-67
Jimmy Connors-63
Eric Dickerson-55
Lennox Lewis-50
Jason Hammel-33
Aleksander Barkov-20
1995: Longtime Big Ten doormat, Northwestern starts the season with the biggest win in school history as they upset #9 Notre Dame 17-15 in South Bend. The Wildcats who had not had a winning season in 1971 and not made a bowl game since 1949 were coming off a 3-7-1 season. Led by Coach Gary Barnett Northwestern used a strong defense to defeat the Irish. They would go on to post a 10-1 record and went to the Rose Bowl.
1. Drew Smyly

MLB @ Bal
7 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 10 K

Darin Ruf

3-5, HR, 6 RBI

J.P. Arencibia

MLB @ Bal
3-4, HR, 6 RBI
How the West is Won
If the Los Angeles Dodgers win the National League Western Division, the last two games will be remembered as the key moment in the season. On Monday Night the Dodgers began a key three game set with the San Francisco Giants at home. The Dodgers limped into the series after being No Hit by Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs Sunday Night. It was the second time in ten days the Dodgers were on the wrong end of No Hit history. Trailing 3-1 in the sixth inning the Dodgers got a big game tying home run from Adrian Gonzalez. The Dodgers would eventual win the series opener 5-4 in 14 inning as Gonzalez ended the marathon with a single to left. Tuesday Night was marquee matchup as Zack Greinke faced Madison Bumgarner. Greinke the odds on favorite to win the Cy Young was brilliant, allowing one run on five hits in 7.1 innings as the Dodgers won 2-1. At 74-57 the Dodgers now hold a five and half game lead over the reeling Giants.
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NFL Updates 2015
The Super Bowl turns 50 and the NFL is celebrating its golden jubilee. As Training Camp winds down and the season begins 32 teams are seeking to be the two teams on the field at Levi's Stadium on February 7th in Santa Clara seeking to get their hands on the Lombardi Trophy. As with the start of every season, we look back and update every team's page.
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