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    comeback win

    Does "comeback" in the following refer to "comeback win"?

    In December 2006, Texas Tech made college football history by posting the biggest comeback ever in a season finale.

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    Re: comeback win

    By default, if a comeback is made in a game, you win/are winning.

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    Re: comeback win

    Yes, as in having been losing, perhaps by a large margin, and then making a "comeback" to win the game in the final game of the season.

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    Re: comeback win

    Thank you all.

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