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Check out SI.com for a complete wrap-up of the biggest stories from Week 2 of the 2010 college football season, including highlights of Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson(above), who had 502 yards of total offense and scored the winning touchdown in the Wolverines' 28--24 win over Notre Dame. You can also watch as many as 70 more videos each week, including Inside Report hosted by Maggie Gray, breakdowns from the first week of the NFL regular season and interviews from The Dan Patrick Show.
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1 That was a fabulous victory for the Rockies last Thursday against the Reds, coming back from a 5--0 deficit to win 6--5, the last run scoring when rookie Chris Nelson(below) stole home. Too bad it was made possible by one of the worst rules in baseball: Teams suddenly can play with as many players as they wish, up to 40, when the pennant race gets down to its last month.
2 Just when you thought the value for the Rays' free-agent-to-be Carl Crawford couldn't get any higher, he adds another bonus to his package of skills: three-hole hitter. Crawford has hit third 27 times, and with 75 RBIs this year he's likely to surpass his career high of 81 RBIs. He is a .364 hitter with runners in scoring position this year.
3 The Giants have an upcoming promotion in which they'll give away Buster Posey replica jerseys, featuring the name and number (28) of their impressive rookie catcher. Posey's number has a uniquely unremarkable history in baseball: It is the only number between 1 and 37 that is not retired by any major league club.
DAMIAN STROHMEYER (ROBINSON)
DAMIAN STROHMEYER (WALLACE)
DOUG PENSINGER/GETTY IMAGES (NELSON)
MIKE EHRMANN (WOODS)
RICARDO TINELLI (RHODA)
BOB ROSATO (RICHARDSON)
DAVID E. KLUTHO (KANE)
JOHN BIEVER (TRESSEL)