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The NCAA, though, lifted the severe sanctions in early September due to Penn States good behavior. The institution will also have all of their scholarships returned next year. Tyler Murphy hit David Dudeck for a 21-yard score to conclude Boston Colleges overtime march, but Mike Knoll hooked the ensuing extra point. It was the Eagles nation-leading eighth PAT miss of the season. Hackenberg connected with Jesse James for a 17-yard completion on a 3rd-and-15 and then lofted his 10-yard score for Carter in the front-left corner of the end zone. Ficken, who nailed a game-tying 45-yard field goal with 20 seconds left in regulation, split the uprights on the extra point to give Penn State (7-6) the dramatic comeback victory. Final Score: (24) USC 45, (25) Nebraska 42 San Diego, CA ( - Cody Kessler had three touchdown passes and Javorius Allen ran for two scores as 24th-ranked Southern California held off No. 25 Nebraska, 45-42, in a wild Holiday Bowl. Kessler finished 23-of-39 for 321 yards with an interception. Allen carried the ball 26 times for 152 yards for the Trojans (9-4), who won their sixth bowl game in the last seven tries. Adoree Jackson scored on a 98-yard kickoff return and caught a 71-yard TD pass. The Cornhuskers (9-4), guided by interim coach Barney Cotton, nearly rallied from an 18-point, second-half deficit in a game the teams combined for 1,040 yards. Tommy Armstrong Jr. completed 32-of-51 for 381 yards with three TDs and an interception. Ameer Abdullah rushed 27 times for 88 yards and a score, while DeMornay Pierson-El had eight receptions for 102 yards and a touchdown. Cotton, who has been on the staff as an associate head coach for the past seven seasons, replaced the fired Bo Pelini. The Cornhuskers let Pelini go on Nov. 30 despite winning at least nine games in each of his seven seasons at the school. Mike Riley, who spent 14 seasons at Oregon State, was named the new Cornhuskers coach earlier this month. 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James led the way, making 13 of 17 attempts. "Im excited I could go back out there, make some plays and finish the game off," James said. "But I know in the morning, when I wake up, its going to be pretty sore." Chris Bosh scored 20 points for the Heat, who moved within two games of Indiana for the East lead. Miami hosts the Pacers on Wednesday. Alec Burks scored a career-high 31 points for Utah, which got 17 from Derrick Favours. "We didnt match their intensity in the second half," Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin said. "Give them credit. They know what it takes to get themselves out of holes." It was Miamis 17th straight victory over a Western Conference opponent, the second-longest regular-season streak by an Eastern Conference team in NBA history. Boston won 20 straight over the West during a nine-month span of 1973. A game in December pitting the two-time defending champions against the team with the worst record in the West wouldnt seem all that likely to conjure some NBA Finals memories. Then James lost his headband, and once again, everything started to click for the Heat. Just like in Game 6 of the Finals against San Antonio this past June, when James had his terrycloth accessory knocked to the court, something just seemed to change about his game. Miami was up only three points when James went without the headband, and the lead was up to 13 later in the quarter. Miami outscored Utah 36-21 in the third. The Heat had been outscored 56-33 in their two most recent third quarters combined. "The guys have owned that, addressed it, came out with great activity, but also offensively, very aggressive in that third quarter," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "The last two games we settled, less energy that we brought to that quarter offensively, less patience." James left late in the third quarter aafter twisting his ankle on a dribble about 30 feet from the basket. [url=]Cheap Bills Jerseys China[/url]. After re-lacing his sneaker -- his typical self-inflicted treatment for ankle twists -- he wound up getting subbed out a few seconds later. He walked off the court slowly, took a seat on the floor near the Heat bench and smacked his hand on the hardwood with such anger that the hit could be heard halfway up the arena. "He does it once a year," Bosh said. "This is his time. Its usually in December, too. Got that out of the way and now we can keep moving on." During the stoppage between the third and fourth quarters, James didnt even get up to join his teammates at first, remaining down with a towel over his head. He eventually got to his feet, draping the towel around his neck and largely keeping to himself, shrugging his shoulders when Bosh approached to ask him something. But he came in for Wade midway through the fourth, finished the game, and the Heat cruised. Miami shot 68 per cent after halftime. "I didnt feel like we were in that great of a flow," Wade said. "I guess the numbers prove me wrong." Burks made 12 of 17 shots for the Jazz. Enes Kanter had 14 points and eight rebounds for Utah, which led by as many as eight points in the second quarter. The Jazz wound up trailing by as many as 25. "They did what they do," Burks said. "They had fast-break plays and great stops to win the game." Norris Cole scored 13 points and Mario Chalmers finished with 12 for Miami. The clincher came with 3:10 left. James drove right by Burks, threw down a dunk while getting fouled and made the ensuing free throw to get to 30 points and give the Heat a 109-90 lead. All that remained undecided at that point was whether James would get another triple-double. He wouldnt, leaving one rebound and one assist shy -- the second straight game thats happened. 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