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_Nick Foles, Arizona, passed for 425 yards and four TDs in a 48-41 loss to USC.



Baseball’s regular season ended with a wild day of comebacks. College football had a few of its own on Saturday.

Texas Tech, Navy, Illinois and Arkansas all rallied from deficits of at least 18 points, though the Midshipmen were the only team unable to turn it into a win.

Texas Tech had the biggest comeback of the big schools, rallying from 20 down to beat Kansas 45-34.

The Citadel had the biggest of the smaller schools, scoring four unanswered touchdowns in the second half after trailing 24-0 to beat Chattanooga 28-27.

The No. 24 Illini scored 28 straight points _ the final seven on Nathan Scheelhaase’s 1-yard run with 13 seconds left _ to win 38-35 after trailing by 18.

No. 18 Arkansas also trailed by 18 at halftime before rallying for a 42-38 victory over No. 14 Texas A&M, which blew a 17-point lead at home last week.

The Midshipmen rallied from 18 points down in the fourth quarter to force overtime against Air Force, but lost 35-34 after a long conversion attempt was blocked following an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Kriss Proctor after his touchdown run.

SMU also coughed up a 16-point lead in the fourth quarter before beating No. 40-33 in overtime, and Washington State scored two TDs in the final 2 1/2 minutes to rally from 10 down to beat Colorado 31-27.



11_Straight SEC wins by Auburn after knocking off No. 10 South Carolina 16-13.

16_Straight road losses by San Jose State before its 38-31 win over Colorado State.

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