Game Winning

Some articles on games, game, game winning:

Shaun King - Biography - National Football League - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
... he started all sixteen regular-season games for the Buccaneers ... on Monday Night Football proved to be one of King's most memorable games ... Four plays later, Tampa Bay scored the game-winning touchdown, the seventh lead change of the game, and clinched a playoff berth ...
September 2007 In Sports - 23 September 2007 (Sunday)
7, Toronto Blue Jays 5 The Yankees move within 1½ games of Boston. 6, 11 innings Washington Nationals 5, Philadelphia Phillies 3 The Phillies' loss in the last game at RFK Stadium puts them 2½ games behind the Mets in the NL ... Pirates 0 The Cubs widen their lead in the NL Central to 3½ games over the slumping Brewers ...
Sonny Lubick - Colorado State - 2000–2005
... But it was his game in 2002 against Colorado that made Van Pelt a cult hero in Fort Collins ... helmet as he scored what would be the game winning touchdown ... Following the game, Van Pelt called CU "the sorriest sixth ranked team in the nation he had ever faced" ...
Brooks Conrad - Career - Atlanta Braves
... Fans lauded him for frequently picking up clutch hits at the end of games, but shunned him for defensive miscues at the end of the season and postseason ... On June 12, 2010, dropped down an eventual game winning suicide squeeze bunt to score Gregor Blanco in the 9th inning against the Minnesota Twins ... homer to put the Braves ahead of the Houston Astros, 3-2, in a game that the Braves would go on to win ...
Egg Bowl - Notable Games
... After the game, many of the Ole Miss players blamed Mason for the loss ... see them again!" It would be his final game as head coach ... Down by a point with 24 seconds left in the game, MSU kicked what would have been a 27-yard game winning field goal ...

Famous quotes containing the words winning and/or game:

    Not only had Caesar a great name and a general’s glory, but his valor knew no rest, and the only thing he looked upon as a disgrace was not winning a battle.
    Marcus Annaeus Lucan (39–65)

    There are no accidents, only nature throwing her weight around. Even the bomb merely releases energy that nature has put there. Nuclear war would be just a spark in the grandeur of space. Nor can radiation “alter” nature: she will absorb it all. After the bomb, nature will pick up the cards we have spilled, shuffle them, and begin her game again.
    Camille Paglia (b. 1947)