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Shootout at Wake

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – A Sam Swank 41-yard field goal with three seconds to go did Ole Miss in and gave No. 20 Wake Forest a victory over the Rebels 30-28 in a thriller before 31,986 at Groves Stadium/BB&T Field.

The Rebels had scored with 1:01 to go and appeared to have victory in their grasp. WFU's head coach thought so, too. "I was really down when we didn't get it done on defense and they scored," said Jim Grobe. "But then I turned around and saw No. 11, and I thought maybe we do have a chance." No. 11 is All-America quarterback candidate Riley Skinner, who drove his team right down the field to the...

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