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By Michael P. Orsi
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Tom Savage
One week after missing an extra point in the second overtime that cost his team, Navy kicker Nick Sloan redeemed himself Saturday against Pittsburgh. Sloan booted a 30-yard field-goal as time expired that gave the Midshipmen a 24-21 victory over the Panthers.
Logan Thomas threw an early touchdown pass, Cody Journell kicked four field goals and Virginia Tech sacked Pittsburgh's Tom Savage eight times in a 19-9 victory on Saturday, sending the Hokies into their off week on a six-game winning streak.
New offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti isn't going to fix Rutgers' anemic offense with razzle-dazzle, or an air-it-out passing attack.
It's almost like starting over for coach Greg Schiano, isn't it? After all, Rutgers is coming off a losing season, and is picked to finish last in the Big East.
Jimmy Clausen and Tom Zbikowski both saw the NFL work stoppage coming and were ready to fill the void in their schedule.
Paralyzed Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand told ESPN in an interview that aired Friday morning he believes he will walk again.
Rutgers quarterback Tom Savage has gone from homesick freshman to confident sophomore.
The Big East has three new coaches facing three drastically different challenges.
"They're doing a great job," Savage said. "You see the improvement with some of the kids with the protection calls and stuff. Sometimes they wouldn't react the way they should. Now they're really starting to come along. The biggest thing for me is making the right sets of calls."
"I have a lot to work on," he said. "You can always get better. I'll never become complacent with my play."