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If you've ever been to a major college football game, you know what to expect: RVs of drunken alumni, liquored-up coeds and babies doing keg stands. Wait…WHAT? Well, apparently that's the way some fans roll at Arizona State University.
Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw two first half touchdown passes, and New York capitalized on numerous St. Louis mistakes to beat the Rams, 28-16, Monday night to improve to 1-1. The game marked the return to New York of Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo, the former Giants defensive coordinator, who saw his current team fall to 0-2 on the season.
Rams quarterback Sam Bradford threw for 331 yards and a touchdown to Danario Alexander, but that didn’t offset several stalled St. Louis drives and a second quarter screen pass to Cadillac Williams, which was ruled a backward lateral that Giants linebacker Michael Boley returned 65 yards for a touchdown.
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