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Chargers overcome 21-point deficit to beat Niners, 38-35, in OT

SANTA CLARA, Calif.--Not even a team-record 355 rushing yards, including a 90-yard touchdown run by Colin Kaepernick, could save the 49ers from another second-half implosion. Not even a 28-7 halftime lead proved safe, not with this season's 49ers, who fell 38-35 in overtime Saturday night to the San Diego Chargers. "It's been a tough year for our team," said Frank Gore, who ran for 158 yards, including a 52-yard touchdown run that put the 49ers ahead 7-0. Gore, making perhaps his next-to-last appearance as the 49ers' all-time leading rusher, drew encouragement outside the locker room after the game from team owners John York and Denise DeBartolo York, as well as Hall of Fame running ...

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