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On this day, October 24, in Sports Odds History...
1992 (MLB): The World Series trophy heads to Canada for the first time after the Toronto Blue Jays defeat the Atlanta Braves 4-3 in Game 6 of the Fall Classic. Toronto was an even money road underdog and the game stayed under the total of 7½ runs. 41-year old Dave Winfield's 2-run double with 2 outs in the top of the 11th was the key hit for the Blue Jays. Toronto entered the season at +700 to win the World Series and they were -125 series favorites entering Game 1 of the series.
2010 (NFL): As a 12½-point road underdog and +500 on the money line, the Cleveland Browns defeat the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints 30-17. Saints quarterback Drew Brees threw 4 interceptions with two of them being returned for touchdowns.
2015 (College Football): Tied at 16-16, Georgia Tech's Lance Austin scoops up the ball after a blocked field goal and takes it 78 yards for the game-winning touchdown with no time left on the clock to give the Yellow Jackets a 22-16 win over undefeated 9th ranked Florida State. Georgia Tech was a 5½-point home underdog and the game stayed under the total of 56 points.
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