San Diego, CA–Once again, in dramatic, come-from-behind fashion, the Denver Broncos found a way to win a game. Sunday in San Diego, the Broncos beat the Chargers in overtime, 16 to 13. Matt Prater drilled a 37 yard field goal with 29 seconds left in the extra period to win their fifth in a row and improve to 6 and 5 on the season.

Elsewhere in the NFL:

Final Arizona 23 St. Louis 20
Final N-Y Jets 28 Buffalo 24
Final Carolina 27 Indianapolis 19
Final Cincinnati 23 Cleveland 20
Final Houston 20 Jacksonville 13
Final Atlanta 24 Minnesota 14
Final Tennessee 23 Tampa Bay 17
Final Oakland 25 Chicago 20
Final Washington 23 Seattle 17
Final New England 38 Philadelphia 20
Final Pittsburgh 13 Kansas City 9

Tonight in New Orleans, the Saints host the New York Giants. The game will be broadcast live on KMTS.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Urban Meyer’s now former employer says he
is getting back in the coaching business after a year as a college
football analyst. ESPN is reporting that Meyer, a two time BCS
title winner at Florida before leaving Gainesville a year ago, has
been hired by Ohio State.

WASHINGTON (AP) – The NHL’s Capitals announced this morning that
they’ve fired coach Bruce Boudreau (boo-DROH’) and are replacing
him with former Caps star Dale Hunter. Despite a talented lineup
that includes two-time league MVP Alex Ovechkin (oh-VECH’-kin),
Washington has lost six of eight and has fallen to eighth place in
the Eastern Conference standings.

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) – After 36 years as an assistant basketball
coach at his alma mater, Bernie Fine has been fired by Syracuse
University in the wake of a third allegation of child molestation.
Orange coach Jim Boeheim (BAY’-hym) says he agrees with the
school’s decision.

UNDATED (AP) – LSU and Alabama are still 1-2 in the AP poll and
BCS standings, and appear headed for a rematch in the championship
game. The Tigers beat the Crimson Tide 9-6 in overtime earlier this