Rhodes has late comeback in 10-7 victory over Birmingham-Southern Print
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Saturday, 15 September 2007 16:11
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 HOOVER, Ala. (AP) -Chris Catalanotto kicked a 31-yard field goal with 22 seconds left to play to give Rhodes College the lead in their 10-7 come-from-behind victory over Birmingham-Southern on Saturday.
Rhodes (2-0 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference) had been trailing 7-0 since the second quarter when Ty Lake scored on a 13-yard pass from Mark Oliver at the 5:26 mark.
Art Quinn's low knuckle ball punt deflected off a BSC return team player and was recovered with 2:27 remaining to set up Catalanotto's kick.
Birmingham-Southern (1-1) scored when Jasper Barnett blocked Quinn and Trae Strain picked up the loose ball at the Rhodes 26 and returned it for the touchdown.
Rhodes College led BSC with 322 yards of offense to 77 yards despite losing three fumbles.
Justin Dunn led the BSC defense with 15 tackles followed by Baxter Anderson with 12 tackles and three sacks.
 

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