Tar Heels in NFL: Colts hold off Raiders in Jeff Saturday’s NFL coaching debut

There were many doubters when the Indianapolis Colts named their interim coach, but there was no doubt his debut went well. The Colts won 25-20 against the Las Vegas Raiders to snap a three-game losing streak in their first game under Saturday, who is the first NFL head coach since 1961 with no college or pro coaching experience. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Tar Heels in NFL: Colts hold off Raiders in Jeff Saturday’s NFL coaching debut

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