Biffle Wins for Injured Roush
Byline: Dan Gelston AP Sports Writer
LONG POND, Pa. -- As he closed in on the finish line, Greg Biffle knew the only person worthy of dedicating this victory to at Pocono Raceway.
"This one's for Jack!" he said over the radio.
Was it ever.
With Jack Roush recovering in the Mayo Clinic, Biffle raced to victory in an often-delayed Sprint Cup race at Pocono Raceway on Sunday to snap a 64-race winless streak and take the checkered flag for his injured team owner.
"I have to tell you, when it got to be five to go, I started thinking about," Biffle said. "I started thinking, this race is meant to be."
Biffle never doubted he would win a Cup race again even as his oh-fer reached nearly two years. He hadn't won since the first two races in the 2008 Chase for the Cup championship. But with Roush in the Mayo Clinic for injuries sustained in a plane crash in Wisconsin, Biffle found Victory Lane. …