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Topic - Tom Savage
When Tom Savage was looking for another school after leaving Arizona in 2011, his father put him to work in construction.
When Brooks Bollinger resigned as quarterbacks coach at Pittsburgh in February, head coach Paul Chryst didn't hire another one. Instead, he added the job duties to his own.
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.
Rutgers quarterback Tom Savage has gone from homesick freshman to confident sophomore.
"It's definitely a jump from college, but I think it's going to be fun," he said. "I'm excited. I've already ... started trying to get as much as I can and soak up as much knowledge as I can from this whole deal so that when I go into OTAs, then I'm ready to go."
"I just think, from a football standpoint, hitting rock bottom I think it was the best thing for me," Savage said. "It's great to go to a school and play for three years and be the man for three years, but I think you develop as a man doing the scout team as a redshirt junior and humbling yourself. I went there and was humbled and I fell in love with the game again because I've had it taken away and I know what the outside world is with working construction and all that stuff."