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NCAA.com | November 4, 2013

Top Performers: Week 10

Air Force Lacoste

Air Force 42, Army 28 Box Score
Anthony LaCoste rushed for a career-high 263 yards and scored three touchdowns, helping Air Force snap a seven-game skid by holding off Army 42-28 on Saturday. It was the second-most yards rushing for a program that's known for its ground game. He was just shy of the school record held by Chad Hall, who had 275 yards against Army in 2007. The elusive LaCoste also had long TD runs of 73 and 78 yards, along with a 1-yard burst early in the fourth quarter.

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Boston College 34, Virginia Tech 27BOX SCORE
Senior Kasim Edebali recorded a sack and forced a fumble on the same play in the third quarter in BC's 34-27 win against Virginia Tech. After assisting on a sack in the fourth quarter, he leads the team with 7.5 sacks and 11 TFL. Edebali forced two other fumbles as well -- one came when he stripped QB Logan Thomas, which led to a tying touchdown in the third quarter.

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West Virginia 30, TCU 27 (OT) Box Score
West Virginia gave up a 10-point fourth quarter lead to TCU but came back in overtime with a Josh Lambert 34-yard game-winning field goal for a 30-27 victory. It was the third field goal of the game for Lambert who hails from Garland, Texas. Quinton Spain was called for holding on Charles Sims’s 12-yard touchdown run to move the ball back to the 19. A two-yard Dreamius Smith run got the ball to the center of the field at the 17 where Lambert was able to win the game.

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