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Surprise was on their side

Hard-hitting safety has been knockout

By Michael Vega
Globe Staff / November 4, 2005

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Without question, it was the (trick) play that propelled Boston College to a 37-24 victory over North Carolina in last year's Continental Tire Bowl in Charlotte, N.C. The play: a fake field goal resulting in Ryan Ohliger's 21-yard touchdown run, which came one play after quarterback Paul Peterson suffered a broken leg when he was tackled for a loss on ... (Full article: 393 words)

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