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von huangjian123 19.03.2019 02:21

Bay area battle! Gruden growling for all to see! All the history of two great...Once again I’m fighting to care. That said Black Donte Moncrief Jersey , you shouldhave some quality options from tonight’s game especially with the likes of Barkley, Wentz, Luck, and Dalton on a bye.Biggest margin of victory from tonight’s game?START QB Derek Carr, RaidersHe only threw for multiple passing touchdowns twice this season, but I feel he is in line for a nice productive game against a a very soft defense. San Francisco ranks 27th in the league against opposing quarterbacks, and this match up looks like Carr’s efficiency will show on the fantasy stat sheet. I’m adding an additional touchdown to Matt’s projection.Projection: 265 yards passing, 3 touchdowns Youth Telvin Smith Jersey , and 1 interceptionRB, Jalen Richard, RaidersThis man catches balls!I was right about him last week and I will start him again this week. He is the pass catching back of this offense and arguably the number 2 receiver behind Cooks. He caught 8 balls for 50 yards and his by some chance the 49ers get ahead he should catch more. He’s not a strong start but if you need a flex fill he’s a nice option.Projection: 7 catches for 54 yards and 3 carries for 10 yardsRB Doug Martin, RaidersYes...I’m giving you both Raiders as potential options.Martin kinda broke out last week racking up 89 total yards. While Richard is the pass catching back, Martin is the back they use between the tackles. Gruden also said he is ready to be the feature back so this could be he game he explodes. We may be low balling Martin’s production so if you have to pick between Richard and Martin I’d go with Martin.Projection: 95 total yards and 1 rushing touchdownRB Matt Breida, 49ersTonight they ride Breida.The Oakland Raiders gave up 200 rushing yards and a touchdown last week to the Colts. So it is safe to say the are very bad against the run. Matt is the better running back on the 49ers as he out touched the rest 16-10. I think he goes off this week. Over one hundred total yards and a touchdown for sure. Projection: 91 rushing yards with 1 touchdown and 3 receptions for 12 yards on 18 touches WR Jordy Nelson, RaidersI was seriously considering sitting every wide receiver this game, but I couldn’t do that. I’m going out on a limb here and starting Jordy Nelson. He is a WR1 one with Amari Cooper gone and should see plenty of targets. I am concerned with Cook and Richard taking targets away but I’m thinking he scores this week. Projection: 5 receptions for 61 yards and 1 touchdownTE Jared Cook Logan Cooke Jersey , RaidersHe has been Carr’s number one guy. I was right on him last week and I am going to be right again this week. He is the go to guy and I expect another touchdown here. Projection: 7 receptions for 85 yards and 1 touchdownTE Goerge Kittle, 49ersYour best receiving options are both tight ends.He is been the lone bright spot on this passing offense. If they are going to move the ball they have to go through Kittle. He has been averaging 5 receptions over the last 6 games and I believe he gets that and then some. Unfortunately with C. J. not starting you may not see a touchdown.Projection:8 receptions for 75 yardsRaiders Defense The 49ers are starting Nick Mullens at QB. Projection: 10 points allowed, 3 turnovers, and 6 sacks K Daniel Carlson, RaidersI believe the Raiders will move the ball quite often giving Carlson plenty of chances to kick. The downer is there may not be many field goal attempts so consider him a borderline start.Projection: 1 for 1 on field goals and 4 for 4 on extra pointsSITWell, I was going to tell you to sit C. J. Beathard, but with the 49ers going with Nick Mullens (and the world said “who”) everything is obvious.RB Alfred Morris, 49ersHear me clearly. San Francisco will not rotate their backfield.Morris has practically vanished from this backfield. He lost the number two running back job to Mostert and only logged 6 carries for 28 yards last week. Despite having only seven fewer touches than Morris Authentic Keelan Cole Jersey , he is not worth even a bench stash let alone staring himProjection: 21 yards rushing on 5 attemptsWR Marquise Goodwin, 49ersI drafted Goodwin late with the hope that he would pair will with Jimmy G. So that worked out well.He has been boom and bust. I don’t like that risk with my receivers. I don’t want to have to resort to long touchdown receptions to get points. He is also going cup against a Raiders defense who haven’t allowed a single wide receiver to go over 100 yards. I’ll fade on him this week. Projection:4 receptions for 65 yardsWR Dante Pettis, 49ersI love his upside for the future, but he’s just coming off injury and he’s been a non-factor in the offense I firmly believe this offense is going to be all about running the ball and throwing to the tight end. Projection: 3 receptions for 35 yardsWR Seth Roberts, Raiders You would think his role would expand with Cooper heading to Dallas? Well that was wrong. He did get into the end zone last week but I’m not trusting him. Fade him this week until proven otherwise. Projection: 2 receptions for 19 yardsK Robbie Gould, 49ersInitially this was going to be a start, but with the mess at quarterback I really don’t see the 49ers doing much scoring.Projection: 1 for 1 on field goals and 1 for 1 extra pointsSan Francisco Defense You almost don’t know what to expect from the Raiders. They can score points, and then just vanish. I expect Carr and company to score some points tonight Womens Andrew Norwell Jersey , leaving the 49ers defense being a dud. Projection: 31 points allowed, 1 turnover, 2 sacksJacksonville Jaguars vs. Tennessee Titans: Live blog regular season Week 3 The Jacksonville Jaguars are hosting the Tennessee Titans today and it shouldn’t be close — which means it inevitably will be.In the past three years, the Titans have won four of six, including a home-and-away sweep last year. Marcus Mariota is still designated as “questionable” on the injury report and Blaine Gabbert will likely get the start and the Titans roster is half of what the Jaguars’ is, but... well, old wounds die hard and until the Jaguars can handle their business against the Titans they can’t.For those not attending, feel free to follow along and leave your comments below.How to watchNeed to find out how to watch Authentic Myles Jack Jersey , stream, or listen to today’s game? We got you covered here.Live blog3:57 PM: Defense plays lights out and we end up with this result. Go Jaguars.3:35 PM: Another Titans field goal. Jaguars down 9-6.3:20 PM: Josh Lambo is good from 38 yards out. Tie game at 6-6.2:49 PM: Ryan Succop is good for his second field goal. Jaguars are down 6-3.2:48 PM: The second sack of the game for Calais Campbell. The highlights are... few and far between, folks.1:54 PM: Josh Lambo is good from 46 yards out. Jaguars and Titans tied 3-3 in the second quarter.1:31 PM: Titans drive for a field goal. Jaguars down 3-0.1:27 PM: ANOTHER ONE! Thanks, Telvin.1:16 PM: First sack of the game — Calais Campbell!1:01 PM: We receive the kickoff and will start on offense. LET’S GOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!12:59 PM: It’s hot, but not last week kind of hot. Should still be an advantage for the Jaguars, especially on offense.11:34 AM: It’s official — Leonard Fournette is out.8:35 AM: Welp. Looks like Leonard Fournette is out again. It shouldn’t matter and the Jaguars should still win which means it will definitely matter. Sigh.

von huangjian123 19.03.2019 02:12

The Jacksonville Jaguars just lost one of the ugliest games I’ve seen in recent memory Cheap Ronnie Harrison Jersey , falling 9-6 to the Tennessee Titans at home. The defense was stifling — bending but not breaking and allowing just three field goals (and four attempts) in the entire game.Who stood out in the Week 3 matchup? In honor of the six points we scored, here are six players who did good (or bad) enough to make the list.1. Calais CampbellThe Jaguars got three sacks against Titans quarterbacks Blaine Gabbert and Marcus Mariota and Calais Campbell was responsible for two of them. The first one set the tone early in the first quarter that Campbell was going to play angry, bypassing the center completely and driving Gabbert into the dirt. The second came near the goal line in the third quarter as the Titans got one of their best chances to score a touchdown. Campbell just bulls his way through on third down, forcing the Titans to kick another field goal.2. Blake BortlesWe’ll start with the good and go next to the bad — Blake Bortles had a bad day. After dismantling the New England Patriots last week, Bortles looked hesitant to throw the ball, with his longest completion of the day being a pass that traveled just 10 yards in the air.The game plan — by all accounts including Bortles himself, the offensive coordinator, the film, and more — was very similar to last week against the Patriots. And that’s true. Much of Bortles’ yardage in games is yards after the catch, which is a fine game plan Cheap Telvin Smith Jersey , especially considering our roster, our quarterback’s strengths and weaknesses, and our lack of a true No. 1 receiver.But Bortles looked like he didn’t want to take any shots downfield even when the play called for it and receivers were in position.3. Logan CookeThis was a game that was going to be won in large part due to field position and the seventh round rookie did his part, with just one touchback in six punts. He finished with a 45.5 yard average on punts and had two downed inside the 20-yard line.4. Corey GrantIt’s apparent that Grant is a good player when you scheme him in the right situations, but he is not a true bell cow back. That’s not an indictment of him as a player — Grant is a great addition to this team and a player who is hard to stop if used correctly. But the Jaguars are gambling with their running back position and it worked in Week 2 and didn’t work in Week 3.5. Telvin SmithHis first quarter sack showed speed off the edge, awareness to get in the air to stop Gabbert’s attempt, and strength to get him down with just an arm tackle.He (again) led the team in tackles and he was everywhere on a banner day for the defense.6. Tashaun GipsonAfter shutting down Rob Gronkowski, the Jaguars secondary shut down the Titans quarterbacks for just 13 completions and 108 yards and Gipson was a big part of that, taking away a lot of the intermediate throws and only allowing a 5.1-yard average per attempt.7. Wiggle Man[TWEET NOT FOUND]I’m not going to overreact, but the Jaguars losing is 100 percent because Wiggle didn’t go to church before the game and tweet about it. The 2019 Senior Bowl really gets going on Tuesday with weigh-ins and then afternoon practices. The Jacksonville Jaguars are not coaching the South Team after what seemed like an eternity a few short seasons ago under Gus Bradley.The North Team will be coached by the Oakland Raiders and the South Team will be coached by the San Francisco 49ers.We’ll be doing live blogs to capture all the relevant Jaguars news Youth Leonard Fournette Jersey , meetings with players, and rumors throughout the week.Everything you need to knowNorth Team - Coached by the Oakland RaidersSouth Team - Coached by the San Francisco 49ersPlayers that the Jaguars could be interested in.TV time, how to watch, and more.Live blog9:59 PM: As Zach said, meeting with an Ohio State wide receiver is about more than looking for another receiver — this is where you get to speak with teammates of a highly touted quarterback and learn more about him without him actually being here.7:55 PM: LSU tight end Lester Moreau is big and he can catch — would love to see the Jaguars increase their options in the red zone and on short yardage situations.5:53 PM: Hello,,,5:37 PM: Daniel Jones has been up and down from all reports out of practice, but this is a beauty of a throw.5:22 PM: Another interior offensive lineman is meeting with the Jaguars, this time Wisconsin right guard Beau Benzschawel. I would think A.J. Cann is going to be looking for a job come this offseason.2:55 PM: Come on down Cheap Leonard Fournette Jersey , Will Grier!1:52 PM: WE HAVE A JAGUARS INTERVIEW! Kansas State offensive lineman Dalton Risner can play all three positions along the offensive line. I don’t doubt that Jacksonville has interest.1:36 PM: The Jaguars have features on Daniel Jones and Drew Lock up from Day 1. It begins.1:21 PM: Interior offensive lineman from Boston College? Watch for Chris Lindstrom to be linked to the Jaguars as the NFL Draft approaches.10:12 AM: Football guy.10:05 AM: An experienced offensive lineman who can play center, guard, and tackle? Dalton Risner is on the Jaguars’ radar, I’d bet.9:18 AM: Jesus, Mary, and Joseph... Tyree Jackson is a #large individual and I would not be mad at all with the Jaguars taking him at the top of the third round.9:17 AM: Oli Udoh earned an invite to the Senior Bowl after a good week of practice last week at the East-West Shrine game. He’s a third/fourth round prospect who could get a little bump this week.

von chenwen121314 18.03.2019 13:40

Pascale Gueracagues career is a study in how one turns their passion into purpose. Air Max 270 Clearance . Most of her childhood was spent discovering and extricating the beauty in the mundane: cereal boxes, baby powder and plastic bags. She didnt know it then, but she was already crafting and curating her vision -- one that would lead her to head up the design departments for some of the biggest lifestyle brands on the planet. The 32-year-old, who grew up in?Southern California and Miami, always had very specific goals in mind. Her public, magnet arts high school led to a scholarship at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), where Gueracague majored in textile design. After some internships and apprenticing, she landed her first job designing dorm bedding for Target, specifically for students that werent much older than she was at the time.A foray into fashion was the next step, where she took on design roles at Helmut Lang, Alexander Wang, and Hood By Air.However, her time as the Concept and Textile Lead at Under Armour?primed her for her biggest role yet -- and the position she currently holds -- Concept Director for lululemon lab. With the New York City Marathon this Sunday and the recent launch of lululemons new reflective technology, which is targeted to runners, we thought it was the perfect time to talk with Gueracague about working with some of the worlds coolest brands, finding inspiration everywhere, and more. Here, she provides insight on her journey to the top of her game.Creativity grows where its plantedI attended a public, magnet art high school that cultivated a creative and academic approach to drawing, painting, color theory, art and design history. When I arrived at RISD, I was quickly drawn to the textile department with its long fabric silk screening tables, big rooms filled with students threading warps on hand looms, knitting machines and beautiful dye labs. From that point on, I was psyched and ready to start exploring the world of textiles.Working with the best, makes you the best Helmut Lang was a critically formative period in my career and a unique situation where textile design was a strong form of expression and an important component to the creative language of the brand. Over the course of seven years, I was fortunate to have the opportunity and room to grow under Creative Directors Michael and Nicole Colovos, who tremendously valued the possibilities of textile design.When vision meets innovation, a brand becomes unstoppable Working at Alexander Wang was quite inspiring. It was amazing to experiment with so many new techniques and garment treatments. Wang has an amazing ability to create an all-encompassing vision, which I loved being a part of. Working with these brands gave me the creative freedom and space to experiment with so many new textiles, fabric techniques, print designs, wash and dye treatments, and garment concepts in a manner that materially supported a larger creative expression and vision season after season.Choose to work brands that care about the future, if you hope to change it I am attracted to brands that are forward thinking. From a fabric, craft and materials standpoint, there is so much uncharted territory within the space of textile design for an active contemporary lifestyle. This position opened up a unique opportunity to work with an inspiring and specialized team during a new chapter for the brand.Reflectivity is turned on its head in lululemons latest collection Get hands on with your passion My best advice would be to identify where your passion is pulling you and explore it in a hands-on way. Put in the time and work to learn and grow. Allow yourself to roll with the punches and keep moving forward.Visibility is lululemons next endeavor lululemon lab is an incubator for creating innovative functional product. We have some exciting new products coming to the NYC lab this winter, and that includes new discoveries with functional flocking techniques, new solutions around visibility, as well as new prints inspired by the city. And theres much more to come in 2017 and beyond.Fuel your creative force with kindness?Keep perspective to what truly matters and treat people with respect and kindness. As much as that may not feel like design, it fuels your creative force and ability to pull people together to achieve greater things. And lastly, try to appreciate this cosmic miracle and enjoy the ride. Nike Air Max 270 Australia . With his new coach and six-time Grand Slam singles champion Boris Becker watching him during an official match for the first time, Djokovic appeared tentative early against the Slovakian player, who often appeared content to keep the ball in play. Wholesale Air Max 270 Australia . -- PGA TOUR Canada member Steve Saunders took a three-stroke lead Saturday in the Web. http://www.cheapaustraliaairmax270.com/ . The Barrie Colts defenceman, who impressed many with his play for Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championship, is the top-ranked skater in the February rankings. He has 19 goals and 24 assists for 43 points in 45 games with the Colts this season. The College Football Playoff is considering moving future semifinals off New Years Eve after television ratings for last seasons games plunged.Executive director Bill Hancock told reporters at Southeastern Conference Media Days in Hoover, Alabama, that the conference commissioners who make up the playoff management committee are open to changing future schedules, starting in 2019 when the semifinals are scheduled for New Years Eve, and are exploring options.Our goal is to find the best day when the most people can watch the games, Hancock said Wednesday.It was a very different message from Hancock than the one he initially delivered after ESPNs rating for this past seasons College Football Playoff semifinals fell 36 percent from the year before, when the games were played on New Years Day. Hancock said in January that several factors could have contributed to the ratings drop and gave no indication the commissioners were ready to change course.The first College Football Playoff after the 2014 season drew record television ratings for ESPN. The first game, the Rose Bowl, kicked off around 5:30 p.m. ET. Last year was the first of a scheduled eight times during a 12-year contract with ESPN that the semifinals were to be played on New Years Eve, which fell on a Thursday.The Orange Bowl between Clemson and Oklahoma started around 4:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. Central in Oklahoma), when many people are still at work on what is not a federal holiday.The playoff semifinals are on New Years Eve again this season, but Dec. 31, 2016, falls on a Saturday. The semifinals return to New Years Day after the 2017 season (Jan. 1, 2018).We are in constant communication with our partners at the College Football Playoff. We are both inveested in making this event as fan-friendly as possible, Ilan Ben-Hanan, ESPN vice president of college sports programming, said in a statement to The AP. Air Max 270 Sale Australia. .After last seasons games, Hancock said when the semifinals were played was one of several possible factors that caused TV ratings to fall. Neither the Clemson-Oklahoma game nor Michigan State-Alabama matchup in the Cotton Bowl were close in the fourth quarter. Plus, the matchups for the first semifinals, which included two Heisman Trophy-winning quarterbacks (Marcus Mariota of Oregon and Jameis Winston of Florida State), along with Ohio State and Alabama, were particularly appealing and set an almost impossible standard for the second playoff to match. Also, ESPNs digital platforms drew more viewers in year two.Hancock said all the factors would be studied, but never hinted the College Football Playoff would give serious consideration to moving off New Years Eve semifinals. Hancock had said playoff officials were hoping to start a new tradition on New Years Eve.But the drop in TV viewership was more drastic than expected, and now there is a real possibility for change.The first sign came a few months back when the College Football Playoff announced it was moving up the kickoff for this years first semifinal to 3 p.m. ET and that the Orange Bowl, originally scheduled to be played before the semifinals on Dec. 31, would instead be held on Friday night Dec. 30.This years semifinals will be played at the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Arizona, and the Peach Bowl in Atlanta.---Follow Ralph D. Russo at www.Twitter.com/ralphDrussoAP ' ' '

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Sacked Brisbane coach Justin Leppitsch will return to Richmond and work again under Damien Hardwick as one of his AFL assistants. Air Max 95 Cheap Authentic .The Tigers have confirmed speculation that Leppitsch would be back at Punt Rd as part of their revamped coaching line-up.The three-time Brisbane premiership defender was an assistant coach from 2009-13 before he took the Lions senior role.Brisbane sacked him at the end of this season and, earlier this week, appointed Chris Fagan as his replacement.Justin obviously knows Damien and our staff very well, and the knowledge and experience hes gained in his senior coaching role over the last three years will be really beneficial to our football program, said new Tigers football manager Neil Balme.Justin has maintained great relationships with our staff and players in recent years and I understand he played a key role in the development of our backline players in his previous time at the club.The Tigers enticed Balme to leave Collingwood and return to the club.They have also overhauled their coaching staff, with Blake Caracella joining from Geelong as another assistant.There is growing pressure on Hardwick after Richmond missed the finals this season.A failed board challenge highlighted unrest among their long-suffering fans. Air Max 95 Cheap Sale . Kyle Denbrook, a soccer player from Saint Marys University, took the CIS male athlete of the week honour. Stanley, a fourth-year business administration student from Charlottetown, scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Dalhousie on Friday and tallied again in a 1-0 win over Saint Marys on Sunday. Air Max 95 Australia Sale . Radwanska, making her debut in the Seoul tournament, hit eight aces in a match that lasted 1 hour, 4 minutes at Olympic Park tennis stadium. "It was definitely a very good match -- I was playing really good tennis," Radwanska said. http://www.cheapaustraliaairmax95.com/ .In my heart and mind Im competing for India, luge competitor Shiva Keshavan told The Associated Press in an email interview. Every day Im flooded with messages from Indians all over the world telling me they are supporting me. Former world champions Ronnie OSullivan and Neil Robertson both crashed out of the International Championship in China as they made third-round exits.OSullivan saw his hopes of reaching the quarterfinals in Daqing dashed by fellow Englishman Michael Holt 6-4.Nottingham-based Holt, who knocked Robertson out of last seasons World Championship in Sheffield, was never behind in the match as he booked a quarterfinal clash on Thursday against Stuart Bingham, who was a 6-1 conqueror of Ali Carter.Australian Roberston, meanwhile, went down 6-2 against Joe Perry, with Perry next facing reigning world champion Mark Selby.Leicester cueman Selby was taken to the wire by Chinas Liang Wenbo, who reeled off three successive frames to wipe out Selbys lead and take a 5-4 advantage, buut Selby responded impressively and closed out the match with a 69 break in the decider. Cheap Air Max 95 Wholesale. While Wenbo bowed out, his fellow Chinese snooker hero Ding Junhui reached the last-eight in dramatic fashion against Chesters Ricky Walden.Walden trailed 5-2 after Ding stormed clear through breaks of 93, 98 and 88, only for Walden to win three successive frames with runs of 130 and 124 before Ding edged home 6-5.It was more straightforward, for John Higgins, who beat Zhou Yuelong 6-2 and next faces Ding, with Shaun Murphy seeing off Sam Baird 6-1 to secure a quarter-final clash against Judd Trump, who was a 6-3 conqueror of James Wattana. ' ' '

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Lionel Messi scored his 500th career goal when he netted in Barcelonas 2-1 defeat by Valencia on Sunday. Wholesale Air Force Ones . The Argentine tapped home the landmark goal from Jordi Albas cross midway through the second half at the Nou Camp, although it wasnt enough to prevent a third consecutive loss for Luis Enriques side.Messis strike ended a rare personal drought of four games without a goal, but it was still his 26th in 28 games in 2016. His overall tally includes an astonishing total of 450 goals in 525 appearances since breaking into Barcelonas first team back in 2004, with the remaining 50 coming in 107 games for Argentina. We look back at 10 of Lionel Messis best goals for Barcelona The 28-year-olds most prolific season came in 2011/12, when he netted a jaw-dropping 82 times for club and country, and he has surpassed the 60-mark in two of the last three campaigns.Messi is Barcelonas all-time leading scorer, and he also tops the charts in La Liga history, with 309 goals putting him well ahead of Real Madrids Cristiano Ronaldo on 256. Messi will be aiming to add to his tally when Barcelona bid to get their La Liga title charge back on track against Deportivo La Coruna live on Sky Sports 3 HD on Wednesday evening.Here, we break down the numbers behind his stunning scoring record… Also See: La Liga title race back on Barca slip to shock defeat Nike Air Force 1 Australia Cheap . Bryzgalov stopped 25 shots on Saturday in the Oklahoma City Barons 4-1 victory over the Abbotsford Heat. The Oilers signed Bryzgalov to a one-year $2 million contract last Friday after shedding payroll by dealing defenceman Ladislav Smid to the Flames. Nike Air Force 1 Australia Mens . It was just business as usual for the Thunder at home. Durant scored 32 points and the Thunder beat the Bulls 107-95 on Thursday night for their eighth straight win. http://www.wholesalenikeairforce1australia.com/ .7 million, one-year contract, a raise of $2.2 million. Wieters had asked for $8.75 million and the Orioles had offered $6. SEATTLE -- Matt Ryan dissected the best defense in the NFL for 15 memorable minutes. Richard Sherman unloaded on his teammates with an intense sideline tirade rarely seen in public. And Russell Wilson led another fourth-quarter comeback.Eventful would be one way to describe Seattles 26-24 win over Atlanta on Sunday.But it was also validating. At this point of the season, the Falcons and Seahawks are clearly among the handful of contenders in the NFC.Yes, both have flaws that were displayed at times in Seattles win. Both also showed they have the ability to overcome them.I like where our team identity is now, so badly that I want the identity to happen right away, Atlanta coach Dan Quinn said. Its growing stronger, that toughness, that resolve where we can attack in all three phases. That identity, I am pleased we are starting to become.That sounds like something Seattle coach Pete Carroll might say . But the Seahawks identity has been proven over time and was shown once again against the Falcons. Wilson led Seattle on a 70-yard touchdown drive midway through the fourth quarter to pull within 24-23. Then it was Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas teaming up to intercept a pass that slipped through Julio Jones fingers and set up Steven Hauschkas 45-yard field goal that proved the game-winner.The victory was Wilsons 20th fourth quarter or overtime comeback. Seattles been down the path of being in close games in the fourth quarter against good teams and finding a way to pull out a win beginning in Wilsons rookie season. Sunday was the second time in five games this season Wilson led the Seahawks to a go-ahead score in the final 2 minutes.That would seem to be the next step for the Falcons to learn.We had a really nice first half. Then came back when we needed to in the fourth quarter to get the stops we needed to get it done, and we made the one kick we needed to make, Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. Very difficult game. Dans team is playing like crazy. They were hard to beat today.Heres what else to know from Seattles victory:RIPPING RYAN: Ryans third quarter was stunning. He was 13 of 17 for 220 yards and three TDs. Ryan found Jones for a 36-yard score on the first drive of thee second half; found Mohamed Sanu on a 10-yard TD; and later connected with Levine Toilolo on a 46-yarder as the Falcons rallied from a 14-point halftime deficit to lead 24-17 going to the fourth quarter. Nike Air Force 1 Cheap Outlet. They started making catches, started making deep throws and they made some good plays you have to give them that. Thats a real good team over there, Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner said.HERES JIMMY (AGAIN): Jimmy Graham continues to show his importance to Seattles offense.Graham finished with six catches for 89 yards, his third straight game with six receptions. He nearly became the first player in team history to top 100 yards receiving in three straight games, but fell just short.Its the first time Graham has caught five or more passes in three straight games since early in the 2014 season, when he was still in New Orleans. And he has discovered a rhythm with Wilson that hasnt required the throws to be forced.He just believes it. He puts that back foot in the ground and just lets it go, Graham said. Its just going to get better and better for the whole offense, for all of us.RUNNING NOWHERE: While Ryan had a big day throwing the ball, Atlantas run game had no success.Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman combined for 52 yards rushing and averaged just 2.9 yards per carry. Freeman had 40 yards on 12 carries, but that included an 18-yard run.Perhaps more important, Seattle didnt allow the duo to be part of the passing game. Freeman had three catches for 10 yards and Coleman one reception for 7 yards. A week ago, Coleman had four catches for 132 yards and a touchdown against Denver.NO FLAG: Atlanta probably has a right to be upset with the decision not to flag Sherman for pass interference on its final offensive play. Replays showed Sherman clearly pulling at Jones arm on the deep throw before the ball arrived. The Falcons sideline screamed begging for a call, but no flag ever appeared.Sherman did not believe he got away with one.No. I felt like we won the ballgame, he said.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP-NFL ' ' '

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ST. Cheap Shoes UK Free Delivery . LOUIS -- Michael Wacha labored to get 12 outs and the lineup struck out 15 times. The bottom line: the St. Louis Cardinals first series after the All-Star break was no fresh start.It just continues to be really good, and then it just doesnt look quite right, manager Mike Matheny said after a 6-3 loss to the Miami Marlins on Sunday. Were always frustrated every time we walk off that field and it doesnt look like we played the way we should play.Wacha was pulled after throwing 101 pitches and the Marlins first three batters reached safely in their two-run fifth.They were grinding through seven- and eight-pitch at-bats, they were fouling off good pitches, Matheny said. Those add up at the end of the day.The outing matched Wachas shortest of the season coming off a stretch in which he was 3-1 with a 3.00 ERA in his previous six starts.It stinks, you put a lot of pressure on the bullpen, Wacha said. I felt good out there, but the command wasnt where I wanted it to be.The loss comes after Adam Wainwright threw a three-hit shutout on Saturday night, but on Friday, the bullpen blew two saves and then took the loss.Matt Holliday batted cleanup for the first time this season and was a bright spot with three of St. Louis four hits, including his 16th homer.But he didnt have much help ahead of him. Randal Grichuk struck out four times, Tommy Pham whiffed three times and the top three in the order mustered just two walks. Pham was 5 for 8 the first two games of the series with two homers on Friday.You cant wait for things to happen, you have to find a way, Pham said. If theres a will, theres a way, and theres definitely a way.Ichiro Suzuki doubled, singled twice and had another hit taken away on a replay challenge, leaving him six shy of 3,000 in Major League Baseball.The 42-year-old Suzuki made just his second start this month with All-Star Marcell Ozuna getting a day off. Hes been largely reduced to pinch hitting behind a set outfield and singled in that role on Friday.Suzuki also walked, scored a run and came up just short on his bid to beat out an infield hit. All of that in wilting, 93-degree heat for a player whod been 3 for 11 in July.Giancarlo Stantons second double of the game drove in the go-ahead run in a two-run seventh against Jonathan Broxton (1-2).Christian Yelich had two hits and three RBI and Jeff Mathis bunted home a hit for Miami, which took two of three for just its second series win the last seven years in St. Louis.Kyle Barraclough (5-2) had three strikeouts in 1 2/3 perfect relief innings and A.J. Ramos earned his 29th save in 30 chances. The bullpen worked 3 2/3 hitless innings after finishing with two spotless frames in a 5-0 loss Saturday.The Marlins have won five of six overall and are seven games above .500, matching their high water mark of the season.Marlins starter Adam Conley matched his career high with nine strikeouts, giving up two earned runs in 5 1/3 innings.TRAINERS ROOMCardinals: 1B-OF Brandon Moss (ankle) is making slow progress and is still in a walking boot.UP NEXTMarlins: Jose Fernandez (11-4, 2.52) works the opener of a four-game series at Philadelphia. Shoes Clearance UK . Aduriz headed home Markel Susaetas cross in the sixth minute to open the scoring at San Mames Stadium. He bettered that with a long-range blast that went in off the goal frame in the 18th, and converted a penalty in the 72nd after Diego Mainz was sent off for fouling Aduriz with only the goalkeeper to beat. Shoes UK Online Shop Cheap . Third-seeded Murray had the easiest path to victory on New Years Eve, barely breaking a sweat during his 6-0, 6-0 win over 2,129th-ranked Qatari wildcard recipient Mousa Shanan Zayed. http://www.clearanceshoesuk.com/ . The Australian is competing in his final season in Formula One and still looking for his first win this year. He will look to end Vettels run of six straight race wins on Sunday. Webber, who is fifth in the championship, earned his second pole from the past three races and 13th of his career. 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Mo Farah, BritainSilver: Dejen Gebremeskel, EthiopiaBronze: Muktar Edris, Ethiopia10,000Gold: Mo Farah, BritainSilver: Yigrem Demelash, EthiopiaBronze: William Malel Sitonik, KenyaMarathonGold: Eliud Kipchoge, KenyaSilver: Ghirmay Ghebreslassie, EritreaBronze: Stanley Biwott, Kenya110 HurdlesGold: Omar McLeod, JamaicaSilver: Hansle Parchment, JamaicaBronze: Devon Allen, United States400 HurdlesGold: Kerron Clement, United StatesSilver: Michael Tinsley, United StatesBronze: Yasmani Copello, Turkey3,000 SteeplechaseGold: Conseslus Kipruto, KenyaSilver: Ezekiel Kemboi, KenyaBronze: Brimin Kipruto, Kenya20K WalkGold: Eiki Takahashi, JapanSilver: Wang Zhen, ChinaBronze: Miguel Angel Lopez, Spain50K WalkGold: Jared Tallent, AustraliaSilver: Yohann Diniz, FranceBronze: Takayuki Tanii, JapanDecathlonGold: Ashton Eaton, United StatesSilver: Damian Warner, CanadaBronze: Arthur Abele, GermanyLong JumpGold: Greg Rutherford, BritainSilver: Jarrion Lawson, United StatesBronze: Fabrice Lapierre, AustraliaTriple JumpGold: Christian Taylor, United StatesSilver: Will Claye, United StatesBronze: Dong Bin, ChinaHigh JumpGold: Mutaz Essa Barshim, QatarSilver: Derek Drouin, CanadaBronze: Erik Kynard, United StatesPole VaultGold: Renaud Lavillenie, FranceSilver: Shawn Barber, CanadaBronze: Sam Kendricks, United StatesJavelinGold: Thomas Rohler, GermanySilver: Zigismunds Sirmais, LatviaBronze: Julius Yego, KenyaDiscusGold: Piotr Malachowski, PolandSilver: Philip Milanov, BelgiumBronze: Christoph Harting, GermanyShot PutGold: Joe Kovacs, United StatesSilver: David Storl, GermanyBronze: Ryan Crouser, United StatesHammerGold: Pawel Fajdek, PolandSilver: Ivan Tsikhan, BelarusBronze: Dilshod Nazarov, Tajikistan4x100 RelayGold: JamaicaSilver: United StatesBronze: Canada4x400 RelayGold: United StatesSilver: BritainBronze: Trinidad and TobagoWomen100 metersGold: Tori Bowie, United StatesSilver: Dafne Schippers, NetherlandsBronze: English Gardner, United States200Gold: Dafne Schippers, NetherlandsSilver: Tori Bowie, United StatesBronze: Elaine Thompson, Jamaica400Gold: Allyson Felix, United StatesSilver: Shaunae Miller, BahamasBronze: Phyllis Francis, United States800Gold: Caster Semenya, South AfricaSilver: Francine Niyonsaba, BurundiBronze: Eunice Sum, Kenya1,500Gold: Genzebe Dibaba, EthiopiaSilver: Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon, KenyaBronze: Laura Muir, Britain5,000Gold: Almaz Ayana, EthiopiaSilver: Hellen Obiri, KenyaBronze: Mercy Cherono, Kenya10,000Gold: Almaz Ayana, EthiopiaSilver: Alice Aprot Nawowuna, KenyaBronze: Gelete Burka, EthiopiaMarathonGold: Jemima Sumgong, KenyaSilver: Helah Kiprop, KenyaBronze: Mare Dibaba, Ethiopia100 HurdlesGold: Brianna Rollins, United StatesSilver: Kristi Castlin, United StatesBronze: Cindy Roleder, Germany400 HurdlesGold: Dalilah Muhammad, United StatesSilver: Janieve Russell, JamaicaBronze: Sydney McLaughlin, United States3,000 SteeplechaseGold: Ruth Jebet, BahrainSilver: Emma Coburn, United StatesBronze: Hyvin Kiyeng Jepkemoi, 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Wlodarczyk, PolandSilver: Betty Heidler, GermanyBronze: Gwen Berry, United States4x100 RelayGold: United StatesSilver: JamaicaBronze: Netherlands4x400 RelayGold: United StatesSilver: JamaicaBronze: BritainBADMINTONMens SinglesGold: Chen Long, ChinaSilver: Lee Chong Wei, MalaysiaBronze: Lin Dan, China; Viktor Axelsen, DenmarkWomens SinglesGold: Carolina Marin, SpainSilver: Wang Yihan, ChinaBronze: Li Xuerui, China; Ratchanok Intanon, ThailandMens DoublesGold: Lee Yong-dae and Yoo Yeon-seong, South KoreaSilver: Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan, IndonesiaBronze: Kim Gi-jung and Kim Sa-rang, South Korea; Fu Haifeng and Zhang Nan, ChinaWomens DoublesGold: Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi, JapanSilver: Tang Yuanting and Yu Yang, ChinaBronze: Greysia Polii and Nitya Krishinda Maheswari, Indonesia; Jung Kyung-eun and Shin Seung-chan, South KoreaMixed DoublesGold: Ko Sung-hyun and Kim Ha-na, South KoreaSilver: Zhang Nan and Zhao Yunlei, ChinaBronze: Joachim Fischer Nielsen and Christinna Pedersen, Denmark; Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir, IndonesiaBASKETBALLMenGold: United StatesSilver: FranceBronze: SpainWomenGold: United StatesSilver: AustraliaBronze: FranceBEACH VOLLEYBALLMenGold: Alison/Bruno, BrazilSilver: Alexander Brouwer/Robert Meeuwsen, NetherlandsBronze: Aleksandrs Samoilovs/Janis Smedins, LatviaWomenGold: Kerri Walsh Jennings/April Ross, United StatesSilver: Larissa/Talita, BrazilBronze: Agatha/Barbara, BrazilBOXINGMenLight flyweight (49 kg)Gold: Vasily Egorov, RussiaSilver: Paddy Barnes, IrelandBronze: Joahnys Argilagos, Cuba; Birzhan Zhakypov, KazakhstanFlyweight (52 kg)Gold: Yosvany Veitia, CubaSilver: Elvin Mamishzada, AzerbaijanBronze: Jeyvier Cintron, Puerto Rico; Muhammad Ali, BritainBantamweight (56 kg)Gold: Robeisy Ramirez, CubaSilver: Shakur Stevenson, United StatesBronze: Michael Conlan, Ireland; Vladimir Nikitin, RussiaLightweight (60 kg)Gold: Lazaro Alvarez, CubaSilver: Albert Selimov, AzerbaijanBronze: Robson Conceicao, Brazil; Amnat Ruenroeng, ThailandLight welterweight (64 kg)Gold: Yasniel Toledo, CubaSilver: Lorenzo Sotomayor, AzerbaijanBronze: Vitaly Dunaytsev, Russia; Pat McCormack, BritainWelterweight (69 kg)Gold: Daniyar Yeleussinov, KazakhstanSilver: Mohammed Rabii, MoroccoBronze: Parviz Baghirov, Azerbaijan; Vincenzo Mangiacapre, ItalyMiddleweight (75 kg)Gold: Bektemir Melikuziev, UzbekistanSilver: Arlen Lopez, CubaBronze: Anthony Fowler, Britain; Hosam Abdin, EgyptLight heavyweight (81 kg)Gold: Julio Cesar La Cruz, CubaSilver: Teymur Mammadov, AzerbaijanBronze: Hassan NDam, Cameroon; Joe Ward, IrelandHeavyweight (91 kg)Gold: Evgeny Tishchenko, RussiaSilver: Erislandy Savon, CubaBronze: Clemente Russo, Italy; Vasiliy Levit, KazakhstanSuper heavyweight (91+ kg)Gold: Tony Yoka, FranceSilver: Ivan Dychko, KazakhstanBronze: Joe Joyce, Britain; Erik Pfeifer, GermanyWomenFlyweight (51 kg)Gold: Nicola Adams, BritainSilver: Mandy Bujold, CanadaBronze: Sarah Ourahmoune, France; Zhaina Shekerbekova, KazakhstanLightweight (60 kg)Gold: Katie Taylor, IrelandSilver: Yana Alekseevna, AzerbaijanBronze: Anastasia Belyakova, Russia; Estelle Mossely, FranceMiddleweight (75 kg)Gold: Claressa Shields, United StatesSilver: Chen Nien-Chin, Chinese TaipeiBronze: Nouchka Fontijn, Netherlands; Savannah Marshall, BritainCANOEINGSPRINTMenC1 200mGold: Isaquias Queiroz, BrazilSilver: Li Qiang, ChinaBronze: Helder Silva, PortugalC1 1,000mGold: Sebastian Brendel, GermanySilver: Serghei Tarnovschi, MoldovaBronze: Martin Fuksa, Czech RepublicC2 1,000mGold: Isaquias Queiroz and Erlon de Souza, BrazilSilver: Robert Mike and Henrik Vasbanyai, HungaryBronze: Mateusz Kaminski and Michal Kudla, PolandK1 200mGold: Mark de Jonge, CanadaSilver: Petter Menning, SwedenBronze: Maxime Beaumont, FranceK1 1,000mGold: Josef Dostal, Czech RepublicSilver: Fernando Pimenta, PortugalBronze: Rene Holten Poulsen, DenmarkK2 200mGold: Milenko Zoric and Nebojsa Grujic, SerbiaSilver: Tom Liebscher and Ronny Rauhe, GermanyBronze: Bence Horvath and Mate Szomolanyi, HungaryK2 1,000mGold: Marcus Gross and Max Rendschmidt, GermanySilver: Lachlan Tame and Ken Wallace, AustraliaBronze: Marko Tomicevic and Milenko Zoric, SerbiaK4 1,000mGold: SlovakiaSilver: Czech RepublicBronze: AustraliaWomenK1 200mGold: Lisa Carrington, New ZealandSilver: Marta Walczykiewicz, PolandBronze: Inna Osipenko-Rodomska, AzerbaijanK1 500mGold: Lisa Carrington, New ZealandSilver: Danuta Kozak, HungaryBronze: Zhou Yu, ChinaK2 500mGold: Danuta Kozak and Gabriella Szabo, HungarySilver: Tina Dietze and Franziska Weber, GermanyBronze: Nikolina Moldovan and Milica Starovic, SerbiaK4 500mGold: HungarySilver: PolandBronze: UkraineCANOE SLALOM (Whitewater)MenCanoe singleGold: Benjamin Savsek, SloveniaSilver: David Florence, Great BritainBronze: Matej Benus, SlovakiaCanoe doubleGold: Franz Anton and Jan Benzien, GermanySilver: Jonas Kaspar and Mark Sindler, Czech RepublicBronze: Casey Eichfield and Devan McEwan, United StatesKayakGold: Jiri Prskavec, 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Although 14 of his players have been suspended, Charleston Southern football coach Jamey Chadwell said Friday that his team will be fine and will have a full travel squad available for Saturdays game against No. 3 Florida State.The players were suspended for spending scholarship money allocated for books on other items, the school announced Friday. Charleston Southern self-reported the financial aid violations to the NCAA.Obviously, were missing some people that are some good players for us, Chadwell told local television station WCIV before boarding a bus headed to Tallahassee, Florida. The guys that were taking down there played and have helped us win before. Theres going to be some new guys. Obviously its not the situation you want to go in with a No. 3 or 4 team in the country. ... Well go in there and play. I think well be fine.In total, 32 football players must serve a one-game suspension. The suspensions will be staggered over the first two weeks of the season and two additional players will serve their suspensions at a later date, the school announced.Under NCAA rules, student-athletes may purchase books and school supplies with the financial aid provided to them to purchase books. Other items cannot be covered by that financial aid.CSU is continuing an internal review of possible NCAA rules violations within the athletics program, a statement from the school read. The university is working with the NCAA, the Big South Conference and an outside consultant during the process.WCIV reported that Charleston Southern will be missing 14 to 15 players on Saturday. The players were suspended for spending scholarship money allocated for books on other items, a source told ESPNs Brett McMurphy.Florida State paid Charleston Southern $475,000 for the game.Charleston Southern senior running back Ben Robinson posted Thursday on Facebook: So basically about 30+ players on my team including me have been suspended for using book money to buy other things in the book store like pencils, binders, and electronics, out of our school bookstore. We would have leftover book money and the workers in the bookstore advised us to spend the money because we would not get it back, so we did.Chadwell told WCIV that he was unaware until Friday morning about the attention Robinsons Facebook post, and social media posts from other players, had received.Its obviously taken the country by storm, it seems, he said. Its unfortunate because I think it puts the focus on some other things instead of the good things that our team is doing and that our university is doing for us. But well get through it. And, hopefully, well represent ourself well on Saturday and try to regroup and get over this.When asked what he would tell his team about speaking out via social media, Chadwell said: We need to keep everything were dealing with in-house and protect our team. Thats what I tell our guys. No matter what you do, always protect your team. You can have a voice but just make sure youre reasonable with what youre saying.I always try to shed us in a positive light and not a negative. I think there were some good positive stuff that came out last night, but there were some negative things that didnt need to. Well work through that.Charleston Southern athletic director Hank Small announced last week that Chadwell and an unnamed assistant would serve a one-game suspension and several players would be held out against Kentucky State due to potential NCAA violations.Chadwells suspension was not related to the misuse of scholarship money, but because of the use of social media for recruiting.ESPNs Brett McMurphy contributed to this report. ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands -- Creighton jumped on Washington State early and the Cougars could never recover.But the Bluejays confidence is still showing, especially after their 103-77 victory over Washington State on Friday in the opening round of the Paradise Jam tournament.Huff scored 19 points, Marcus Foster added 16 points and Justin Patton 10 for Creighton (3-0), which took command early in leading by as many as 34 points against the overmatched Cougars (2-1).Our confidence is sky high, but what weve done in these first three games, weve got to put that behind us now, Huff said. Were just going to have to focus on our game plan, and see if we can get another win (Sunday).Conor Clifford scored 29 points, Ike Iroegbu and Charles Callison had 11 each, and Josh Hawkinson added 10 for Washington State (2-1).Creighton led from the outset, going up by double figures less than seven minutes into the first half en route to a 60-34 halftime lead.I liked the way our starters set the tone, Bluejays coach Greg McDermott said. Our pace was good early, which is always good to see, and then the guys coming off the bench gave us a lift. Theres a lot of positives from tonight.Creighton took its biggest lead midway through the second half, going up 80-46 on Tyler Clements layup with 13:30 remaining.The Bluejays would then break the 100-point mark for the first time this season with 1:50 left on Ronnie Harrell Jr.s jumper.They were just relentless in their pursuit, Washington State coach Ernie Kent said. Theyre good. That is a very good basketball team. Their ability to run, their ability to shoot, their ability of their biigs to get up and down, thats a good team.ddddddddddddBIG PICTUREWashington State: Turnovers were a problem for the Cougars. After giving up 16 total in their first two games, they had 16 Friday, leading to 23 points for Creighton.Creighton: Its a good start for the Bluejays, who are trying to win their fourth regular-season tournament title under McDermott. They also won tournaments in 2011, 2012 and 2015.STAT SHEETWashington State: Not a bad night, shooting 46.9 percent from the field (30 of 64). But the Cougars made just 3 of 9 3-pointers, and were outrebounded 39-33.Creighton: Easily had its best shooting game this season -- 56.3 percent from the field (40 of 71), and hit a season-best 15 of 27 3-pointers.RUN AND GUNThanks to the turnovers, Creighton was able to get its fast break going against Washington State, outscoring the Cougars 19-6.STAT OF THE NIGHTIt comes from Creighton point guard Maurice Watson Jr. While Watson was held to seven points (10 points below his season average), he added a season-best 13 assists. To put that in perspective, Watson had more assists than Washington State had as a team (12).POLL IMPLICATIONSCreightons first triple-digit game of the season, coming right after knocking off No. 9 Wisconsin by 12 points three days ago, cant do anything but help the Bluejays move up the Top 25.UP NEXTWashington State: Plays Montana at 7 p.m. Saturday in a consolation round game.Creighton: Gets Saturday off, then faces N.C. 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QUEBEC CITY -- Hall of Famer Patrick Roy said Thursday hes in no rush to return to coaching. Jerseys NFL Cheap .?Roy, who?has kept a low profile since resigning as coach of the Colorado Avalanche, met with the media for the first time since stepping down in August.?Right now, I just want to enjoy myself, Roy said after dropping the puck before a World Cup of Hockey exhibition game in Quebec. Obviously, if something happens, they need to talk to the Avalanche [for permission].Roy has one year remaining on his contract with the Avalanche. He also had served as the?teams vice president of hockey operationsWhen he resigned, Roy cited philosophical differences with the way the Avalanche were being run. He was one of the few coaches in the NHL with say over personnel, but it wasnt enough say to keep him satisfied.The type of players and stuff like that, we didnt necessarily agree on, Roy said. It goes beyond that. It was people working for the team and stuff like this that we were a little bit different.?The timing of Roys resignation put Colorado in a tough spot, but he wanted to make sure he wasnt rushing into the decision.?I really needed to make sure it was the proper decision, Roy said. It was important for me to have no regrets.Roy got a standing ovation from the crowd here when he emerged to drop the ceremonial first puck before Team North America and Team Europe met. He said hes willing to help Quebec City lure an NHL team back but said it was too early to talk about him formally becoming part of the process. Cheap NFL Jerseys China . Still, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke thought taking him out before the fifth inning was an unusual move. "Im looking up at the board and hes got two hits given up and one run, and Im taking him out after the fourth inning," Roenicke said. Discount Nike NFL Jerseys . All of the scoring came in the final 20:04. Lucic scored on a power play at 15:46 of the third period, when he tipped a shot over Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen for a 3-1 lead. http://www.nfljerseyscheap.us/ . Still, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke thought taking him out before the fifth inning was an unusual move. "Im looking up at the board and hes got two hits given up and one run, and Im taking him out after the fourth inning," Roenicke said. BOSTON -- Prosecutors can examine a cellphone owned by former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez for possible evidence in his upcoming double murder trial, the highest court in Massachusetts ruled Friday, ending a long-running legal battle.Hernandez gave the phone to his former attorney in 2013 when he was being investigated in the killing of Odin Lloyd. The former tight end was convicted in that case and is serving a life sentence.Hernandez is now awaiting trial in the 2012 killings of two men he encountered at a Boston nightclub. Prosecutors say Hernandez was angry that one of the men accidentally bumped into him at the club and caused him to spill his drink. Hernandez is also accused of shooting and wounding a friend, Alexander Bradley, to keep him from talking about the killings.Bradley was with Hernandez the night of the killings and is expected to be the star prosecution witness at his trial, scheduled to begin in February.Hernandezs former attorneys had argued that they had the right to keep the phone because Hernandez had given it to them at a time when he was seeking legal advice while under investigatioon in Lloyds killing. Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys. In its ruling, the Supreme Judicial Court found that once Hernandezs attorneys downloaded the contents of the phone, they had no legitimate purpose for keeping it.In such circumstances, the continued retention of this device can only be understood as having the effect of concealing or removing it from the observation of others, namely the Commonwealth, Justice Francis Spina wrote for the court.Suffolk District Attorney Daniel Conley said prosecutors have already begun the process of seeking a search warrant for the phone.The SJCs decision is grounded in the law and in common sense, Conley said. No court or legislature ever intended that critical evidence could be placed beyond the reach of investigators, in perpetuity, simply by providing it to an attorney.Hernandez recently hired a new defense team, led by Jose Baez, a Florida attorney who won an acquittal for Casey Anthony in the killing of her daughter. Baez did not immediately reply to a request for comment. ' ' '

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Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu advanced to the second round of the ongoing Hong Kong Open after defeating their respective opponents on Wednesday. Cheap Sneakers Websites .On the comeback trail following recovery from surgery, Saina came from behind to beat Thailands Porntip Buranaprasertsuk 12-21, 21-19, 21-17 in 56 minutes.?She will face Japans Sayaka Sato in the second round.With this, Saina also made up for her first-round loss to world No. 12 Buranaprasertsuk in the China Open last week. The tournament in Fuzhou had been Sainas first since her post-Olympics knee surgery.I am sure the win will do a lot of good for her self belief especially Beating an opponent you lost to in the previous week.This win is an indication that she is progressing.Of course she has some way to go to get to the top level, Sainas coach Vimal Kumar told ESPN.A few weeks after going under the surgeons knife, Sania had told ESPN that she thought somewhere deep in my heart that maybe it is the end of my career.?Sindhu, who entered the event soon after a win at the recently concluded China Open Super Series Premier, registered a comfortable 21-13, 21-16 win against Indonesias?Susanto Yosephin in 32 minutes. She will next face?Hsu Ya Ching from Chinese Taipei.In the mens event, Indias Sameer Verma, HS Prannoy and Ajay Jayaram won their first-round matches. Verma beat Takuma Ueda (Japan) 22-20, 21-18, Prannoy defeated Qiao Bin (China) 21-16, 21-18 and Jayaram beat Anthony Sinisuka Ginting (Indonesia) 21-15, 13-21, 21-16. B Sai Praneeth, however, lost 18-21, 18-21 to third seed?Jan O Jorgensen to end his campaign early.In mens doubles, Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy lost 15-21, 8-21 to the South Korean pair of Solgyu Choi and Ko Sung Hyun. Cheap Sneakers Uk . The Islanders dealt Thomas Vanek to the Montreal Canadiens after less than a year on Long Island. Meanwhile, the Oilers dealt long-time sniper Ales hemsky to the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday for a fifth-round pick in 2014 and a third-rounder in 2015. Cheap Wholesale Sneakers Free Shipping .ca NBA Power Rankings, ahead of the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs. http://www.cheapsneakersuk.com/ . The winner Saturday will remain in the elite 10-team field next year. "We talked about wanting to be disciplined and stick with our game plan and good things will come," Draisaitl said, who had two goals for the victors.The Philadelphia Flyers havent wasted anytime getting into the free agent market and, after already agreeing to a deal with defenceman Mark Streit, they added a top free agent centre before the wider market opens Friday. Numbers Game looks at the Flyers acquisition of Vincent Lecavalier. The Flyers Get: C Vincent Lecavalier. Lecavalier, 33, was bought out of his contract in Tampa Bay and while that was an understadable (and expensive) decision, given the potential ramifications at the end of the deal, it shouldnt completely overshadow the calibre of play that Lecavalier has provided in recent seasons. Over the last five seasons, Lecavalier has finished with between 0.77 and 0.87 points per game in each season, with his 0.83 points per game ranking 38th among players with at least 250 games played in that span. While Lecavaliers per-game production is strong, there is a reasonable concern that injuries are starting to catch up to him. Hes missed 44 games over the last three seasons and its not just one thing -- it was a lower body injury this year, a broken hand a couple of times, and wrist surgery and a shoulder injury before that over the last five years. While none of those injuries would appear to be chronic, there is some evidence that playing more than 1000 NHL games is starting to catch up with Lecavalier. Lecavalier played 17:53 per game in 2013, his lowest time on ice since 2001-2002. Nevertheless, even if the Flyers expect that Lecavalier will miss time with injuries and he scored at 0.75 points per game for a couple of seasons, 0.65 for another couple and 0.50 points per game for the last year of the deal, that would be a reasonable return. It would be bonus if Lecavaliers production was higher than that or didnt slide, but hes played with high quality offensive linemates in Tampa Bay, so hes not getting a major upgrade in that regard (unless he ends up on Claude Girouxs wing), and its difficult to forecast anything but decline for a player entering his mid-30s. Cheap Sneakers Uk Online. In Philadelphia, Lecavalier should settle comfortably into the second-line centre role, perhaps with Brayden Schenn shifting to left wing and Wayne Simmonds on right wing, and get significant power play time. Lecavalier, who received a $32.67-million buyout from Tampa Bay, signed for five years and $22.5-million (with a no-movement clause), a reasonable $4.5-million cap hit, especially so when compared to a cap hit that was $7.167-million on his previous contract with the Lightning. He was available prior to the free agent market opening because he was bought out of a contract that had a no-movement clause, giving him the option to not go on waivers before being bought out. With Lecavalier departing, Tampa Bay will have to fill their second-line centre role behind Steven Stamkos. The leading internal andidate could be AHL MVP Tyler Johnson, a 5-foot-9, 22-year-old who had 65 points in 62 AHL games (adding 21 points in 18 playoff games) and chipped in six points in a 14-game NHL audition with the Lightning. So ends Lecavaliers time in Tampa Bay, after 874 points in 1037 regular season games (and 52 points in 63 career playoff games) and a Stanley Cup win in 2004. He has a chance to finish out his career as a productive secondary scorer, for a team that isnt shy about spending every year in an attempt to be a contender. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. 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Jimmy Bartel has decided against lengthening his stellar AFL career into a 16th season, retiring after 305 games for Geelong. Cheap NFL Jerseys China .The 2007 Brownlow Medallist and the Cats have agreed on terms that mean the one-club player will hang up his boots, despite triggering a clause in his contract to earn a deal to play on in 2017.Jimmy is the embodiment of what a footballer should be,Geelong coach Brad Scott said of the three-time premiership winner on Wednesday.He was fearless, could play multiple roles for the good of the team and was adaptable in a changing game.Jimmy will rightly go down as an icon of the Geelong Football Club, and he has left a lasting mark on all those that he has played with over the past 15 seasons.Jimmy was always prepared and as history has shown, he was at his best in the biggest moments and the biggest games.Bartel was swaying in the breeze as to whether to play on in 2017.A performance-based clause in his contract earned him the right to go on, but deteriorating form meant he was no longer able to command a position in the Cats best side.Rather than finish up his playing days in the clubs reserves - an unfortunate possibility for greats that go round just one season too many - Bartel agonisingly called it a day.I wanted to take my time once the season finished before I made this decision, he said.While I feel I still have more to give, I understand the bigger picture and respect the direction the club wants to move in.So therefore I have decided the time is now right to retire from the game.I am forever grateful to have been drafted by the Cats and I hope in some way to have repaid the faith that was shown in me all those years ago.Over the past 15 years I have played out every dream I ever had and I leave the game satisfied that I have given everything I had in every game.To have played with my hometown club and to have shared in the success we have had has been an incredible experience.Bartels decorated record of achievement has few peers. Along with Brisbane champion Simon Black, he is one of just two players to have played 300 games, claimed both the Brownlow and Norm Smith Medals, and won three premierships.The lion-hearted midfielders courage knew no bounds - and extended beyond his play during his final AFL season.In 2016, Bartel embarked on a personal campaign, growing his beard to bushranger proportions to campaign against domestic violence.That effort won the 32-year-old another honour, the Jim Stynes award for community service.But Bartel will forever be remembered for his part in Geelongs golden generation that returned glory to the club after 44 years.Bartels efforts were crucial to winning the clubs 2007 premiership, and he was one of three Cats to play in the 2007, 2009 and 2011 flags.JIMMY BARTEL: A CAREER OF GREATNESS * Premiership winner - 2007, 2009, 2011* Pre-season premiership winner - 2006, 2009* Brownlow Medallist - 2007* Norm Smith Medallist - 2011* Jim Stynes Medallist - 2016* All-Australian - 2007, 2008* Played a club record 28 finals matches* Played 305 games, winning 213 and kicking 202 goals China NFL Jerseys . 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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jacksonville Jaguars rookie Myles Jack is switching positions -- well, sort of.After working solely at middle linebacker during training camp and in three exhibitions, Jack made the move to weak-side linebacker this week and will play there in the preseason finale Thursday night at Atlanta.It actually kind of simplifies my world a little bit more, which is cool, Jack said Tuesday.The Jaguars feel as if Jack has a good understanding of middle linebacker, where he has played behind veteran Paul Posluszny, and want to expand his knowledge of the defense and make him more versatile heading into the season.The only problem: Jack has just three days to figure it out.Its going to be an interesting challenge, but he can handle it, Posluszny said.Jacksonville believes Jack is the franchises future middle linebacker.But since Posluszny has been better than anticipated in pass coverage during camp, the team wants to find other potential ways of getting Jack on the field. It could be in place of Telvin Smith, who has a tendency to be out of position at times.Jack was considered one of the best coverage linebackers in the draft, but slipped to the second round because of uncertainty about his right knee.The former UCLA standout tore a meniscus last September and missed the remainder of his junior season. Cheap Jerseys From China. He left school in early October to rehab in Phoenix.The Jaguars checked his knee three times before the draft, and general manager Dave Caldwell felt comfortable enough to trade up two spots to grab him with the 36th overall pick when he starting falling.Jacks knee has felt fine during camp.His mind is getting tested this week.Ive been playing (middle) this entire time. Its all Ive been honed in on, Jack said. So now Ive got to adapt and figure out the (weak-side) spot. Its not much of a difference. Ill just be slid over. But Ive just got to open up my mind and see the bigger picture.Jacks versatility was one of his most notable attributes in college. He played linebacker and running back as a freshman, and the Jaguars believe hes capable of making big plays in the running and passing games.Now, he gets to try to do it from a slightly different position.Theres a lot of carry-over, things he can transfer from one position to the next, Posluszny said. Hell be able to step right in, play with a clear mind and be able to play fast.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and AP NFL Twitter feed: http://twitter.com/AP-NFL ' ' '

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SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Max Verstappen says new rules about how drivers are allowed to defend position have removed the art of defending position from Formula One. Balenciaga Shoes Outlet Uk .Verstappen was criticised by fellow drivers for a series of robust defences this year in which he moved under braking while another car was trying to pass. At the U.S. Grand Prix, FIA race director Charlie Whiting introduced a new interpretation of an existing rule to outlaw moving under braking and Sebastian Vettel became the first driver to fall foul of the regulation at the Mexican Grand Prix a week later.That it is just a very complex rule, I think. It is just very difficult, he said. Before there was an art in defending and overtaking, but the defending bit has gone because you cant do anything. You cant defend, basically, thats my feeling.Ferrari is appealing the Vettels Mexico penalty, but Verstappen says the rule has to be obeyed as long as it is in the regulations.So of course they thought it was not right so they tried to appeal it but its clearly in the rules that you cant do it anymore so everybody of course has to follow the rules.The 19-year-olds driving has come under intense scrutiny this year, but Verstappen, who has not been involved in any major collisions with other drivers this season, remains unflustered.I think in general not only in Formula One but just in a lot of sports, when younger people come in and they do well theres always a bit of talk going on, I think thats pretty normal. So I dont see it as a big issue, to be honest. Balenciaga Shoes Cheap Uk . The (11-11-4) Jets are seventh in the Central Division with 26 points. 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The trick now for Virginia Tech is not believing the hype.Fresh off a 49-0 victory against Boston College that matched their largest victory margin in an Atlantic Coast Conference game, the Hokies welcome East Carolina this weekend.The Pirates (2-1) figure to be especially motivated after a 20-15 loss to South Carolina in which they had four trips inside the Gamecocks 20-yard line that yielded nothing because of three turnovers and a missed field goal.As we move forward, we have to understand that those things we did from a mistake standpoint, we were able to see that very easy on tape, first-year Pirates coach Scottie Montgomery said this week.Sometimes when you lose games, guys want to look around and try to figure out why we lost.This week, it was very clear why we lost.The Hokies (2-1), meantime, posted their first shutout since 2012 and limited the Eagles to 124 yards.And they have history on their side in the series -- as motivation. The Pirates have won the past two meetings, each time by a touchdown, so the Hokies know they are a formidable opponent.Its a great team they have our respect, defensive tackle Ricky Walker said. Were just getting ready to face these guys. ... They have our respect. Were just looking forward to playing them Saturday inside Lane.Hokies first-year coach Justin Fuente asks his team to break the season down into 12 one-week challenges, to dismiss the past and focus on the future.Its an approach that seems to resonate with his team. It helps that East Carolina has won six in a row against teams from the Atlanttic Coast Conference. Balenciaga Shoes Uk Sale. I think it starts with us, Hokies linebacker Tremaine Edwards said. We have to prepare this week, come out to practice each and every day, prepare like a team, prepare to go get a win, prepare to go 1-0.Fuente knows the Hokies rout of Boston College can present a challenge going forward.Thats why you see upsets every week. Thats why you see disappointing performances, because these kids have other things that are going through their lives as well, on top of the football games, he said.You have exams and girlfriends and family members and all sorts of things, so maintaining your focus week in and week out, the emotions, the ups and downs, the bottom line is there are some games you play on an emotional high and some games where you have to work really hard to get up for.But we lay the groundwork that its 12 one-game seasons, and regardless of the outcome, you have to turn the page and throw your focus into the next game is the only way I know how to do it.Approach every Tuesday the same: the same level of intensity, the same demanding demeanor that we have on the practice field.Were not going to settle for anything less than our guys best. And thats what I told them yesterday, in so many words.If you think this Tuesday is going to be any different than last Tuesday, youre wrong. 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Heavy rain and thunderstorms continued to affect the Italian Open with only four players able to complete their second rounds at Golf Club Milano. Nike NFL Jerseys Outlet .Disruptions on Thursday meant many of the field had to return to finish their first rounds but with downpours flooding the course on Friday afternoon organisers made the decision to abandon play for the day.It left Englands Chris Paisley top of the leaderboard on 10 under after reaching five under for his round through 13 holes.That was one better than Masters champion Danny Willett, who was a shot ahead of the clubhouse leader Richard Green who did manage to finish his second round after carding a 66 to reach eight under alongside Frenchman Alexander Levy [16 holes] and Chris Hanson [12 holes].Were very fortunate to have got two rounds done, Green told europeantour.com. The guys who havent even gone out yet have certainly got a raw deal, but thats just the way it goes sometimes.The course was already pretty wet and this rain is only going to make matters worse, so I feel a bit for the guys.It was flat calm out there this morning and this afternoon the conditions were again perfect, apart from when the rain moved in on the final hole.But you still have to make the most of your luck, and I managed to do that today.Play will restart at 7.30 a.m. local time on Saturday. Discount Nike NFL Jerseys . The Cleveland Indians, Tampa Bay Rays, and Texas Rangers all won on Sunday meaning the Rangers will host the Rays in a play-in game on Monday. Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. http://www.jerseyswholesalenfl.net/ .ca! Hi Kerry, Heres an interesting one. I know its common knowledge that all players are responsible for their sticks. We witnessed that when Zack Kassian hit Edmontons Sam Gagner in the face after a missed check.Thirty one athletes from six sports could be banned from competing at this years Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro after 454 doping samples from the 2008 Beijing Olympics were re-tested. A statement from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said its executive board had stepped up the fight against drugs cheats and the re-tests had been carried out in conjunction with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and international federations.It said the re-tests were focused on athletes who could potentially take part in this summers Rio Games. Twelve national Olympic associations will be informed of the results in the coming days, the IOC confirmed.Some 250 samples from the London 2012 Olympics will also be re-tested. IAAF president Lord Coe has underlined the importance of regaining the trust of clean athleetes All these measures are a powerful strike against the cheats we do not allow to win, IOC president Thomas Bach said in a statement. Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic. They show once again that dopers have no place to hide.The re-tests from Beijing and London and the measures we are taking following the worrying allegations against the Laboratory in Sochi are another major step to protect the clean athletes irrespective of any sport or any nation. IOC President Thomas Bach has said these measures are a powerful strike against cheats We keep samples for 10 years so that the cheats know that they can never rest.By stopping so many doped athletes from participating in Rio, we are showing once more our determination to protect the integrity of the Olympic competitions, including the Rio anti-doping laboratory, so that the Olympic magic can unfold in Rio de Janeiro.Bachs reference to the Sochi laboratory follows allegations of systematic cheating by Russia during the 2014 Winter Olympics.Russia was suspended by the IAAF, athletics world governing body, in November after being accused of state sponsored doping in a report commissioned by WADA.Russias sports minister Vitaly Mutko apologised last week for the doping scandal.A decision on whether they will be reinstated for the Rio Olympics will be announced on 17 June. Also See: Russia official says sorry IOC calls for investigation Russians frustrate UKAD Pressure mounting on Coe ' ' '

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The latest Olympic hero for China is not even a gold medalist. Air Max 270 Schweiz .Fu Yuanhui is popular for simply being herself -- unafraid to show her unfiltered, wacky facial expressions and candid words.Her smile lit up the deck as she took a victory lap with the bronze medal around her neck for her performance in the 100-meter backstroke. She didnt care that it wasnt gold, even if her country has long pushed athletes to get to the top of the podium.As if to prove the point, she thanked herself.I want to tell myself that ... your perseverance and efforts in the past have not been in vain, Fu said. Though I didnt win first place, I have already surpassed myself.Her candor -- paired with animated facial expressions -- is a rarity among Chinese elite athletes, who have spent so much time in the rigid state sport system that their vocabulary is often robotically limited by the state parlance that puts the countrys honor and national pride first.Just six years ago, a senior Chinese official chided short-track speedskater Zhou Yang for failing to thank the country first and only mentioning her parents after winning gold in the 1,500-meter event at the Vancouver Olympics.For decades, the Chinese public has been obsessed with Olympic gold medals but turned their nose up on anything less than the top spot on the podium. They even were downright cruel to athletes who failed to win gold and considered it a shame to come only second.The adoration piled upon Fu as her followers on social media swelled to nearly 5 million from 56,000 this week, the latest sign that China is moving away from the gold-medal mentality and starting to respect sportsmanship and athletes as individuals.The Chinese society has indeed changed. We still have the collective desire to remain first-class in the world, but we are respecting individual rights, opined the state-run newspaper Global Times -- known for its nationalistic stance -- on Fus soaring popularity.Although Fu Yuanhui is an exception, it marks changes in the generation of younger athletes. The echoing applause by the Chinese public marks a shift in the societal awareness, wrote the editorial, suggesting that Chinas politics is partly to be blamed for the restraints and reservation often exhibited by Chinese athletes.Born in an average family in the prospering eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, Fu began to swim at 5 when her parents hoped the water exercise could improve her health and alleviate her asthma, according to a 2015 Chinese media report. Her talent emerged, and the girl was recruited into the municipal swimming team. Considered a genius in the pool, Fu competed in London but came home empty-handed. Unabashed, she reportedly joked she had drunk enough of the foot-washing water of other swimmers.Fu apparently has not considered the Olympic gold a must in her swimming career, a departure from state athletes who are tasked with winning for the sake of the country.On her 20th birthday in January, she posted this on her social media account: I know for what I live. I know the kind of life I want. Its simple. Joy. Loving Heart. Gratitude.This is what I want. Being outstanding or not, it does not matter.Her parents also put no pressure on her.We set no goal for her, but whats important is to enjoy the process and to be happy, her father, Fu Chunsheng, told local media in 2013. But theres one principle that she should feel no regret when she looks back on this experience after 10 years.It doesnt look like she will. The swimmer claimed she used primordial force in Rio, and the term became an instant meme in Chinas social media. And her exaggerated expression of surprise in learning her speed has gone viral:Incredible. I am that fast? she said. I am very satisfied. Air Max 270 Herren Schweiz . Fernandez, coached in Toronto by former two-time Olympic silver medallist Brian Orser, scored 267.11 points and is the first champion to successfully defend since Russias Evgeny Plushenko in 2005 and 2006. Air Max 270 Günstig Kaufen . 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Leicester will be without top scorer Jamie Vardy for the next two games as he serves suspension and, although the striker has been a vital part of the teams success this season, Ranieri insists his entire squad have played their part. Riyad Mahrez in action for Leicester against West Ham Without our goalscorer, it is not easy to play, Ranieri said. We give, every time, the maximum but I am sure we will give a little more to win the match.I think I have 24 stars. I have 24 Caesars - that is our strength. There isnt one Caesar but there are the other 23.Ranieri believes Algeria international Riyad Mahrez can be a key figure for the team in the league run in though.Mahrez has scored juust three goals in his last 17 games but he did grab a hat-trick in Leicesters 3-0 win at Swansea in December, and Ranieri believes the midfielder has the potential to guide the team over the line. Günstige Air Max 270 Schweiz. Claudio Ranieri has backed Leicester Citys Caesars He is fantastic. Riyad is our light, the Italian added. When he switches on, wow, Leicester change colour - that is the truth.Meanwhile, Leonardo Ulloa, whose stoppage-time penalty salvaged a point in a 2-2 draw with West Ham last weekend, is expected to deputise for Vardy, and Ranieri knows the team has to adapt.Without Vardy we have to make some other strategy, Ranieri said. Leo deserves to play but before Leo there is the team and I think about what is the best for the team.Youll see on Sunday. We have to change something. With Jamie, everyone knows his movement. It could be a change of formation or players. I wont tell you. Also See: Henrys title race verdict World is talking about Foxes Leicesters nerves jangling Vardy loss will impact Foxes ' ' '

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MORGANTOWN, W. Sneakers Online Uk Sale .Va. -- A marquee matchup turned into a lopsided win for Oklahoma, and the Sooners now only have rival Oklahoma State in the way of back-to-back Big 12 titles.Those playoffs hopes? Still a long shot for Oklahoma.Baker Mayfield threw two touchdown passes and ran for two more scores and No. 8 Oklahoma scored four times off turnovers to beat No. 10 West Virginia 56-28 on Saturday night.In the first meeting of Top 10 teams in the Big 12 this season. Oklahoma (9-2, 8-0 Big 12, No. 9 CFP) dominated from the start, building a 28-0 lead early in the second quarter before the Mountaineers tried a late comeback.It was really a good way to come out, really focused, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said. Thats how you want to start an important game on the road.Now the Sooners have two weeks to prepare for the 13th-ranked Cowboys. The title will be decided in Norman on Dec. 3.It will be exciting to be on our field playing for a Big 12 championship, Stoops said. Its as good as it gets.West Virginia (8-2, 5-2, No. 14 CFP) was eliminated from the conference race. The Mountaineers entered the game with the leagues top scoring defense but had too many weapons to cover and made far too many miscues.Samaje Perine ran for 160 yards and two TDs, Joe Mixon had 147 yards and a score, and Dede Westbrook had 100 yards receiving, including a 75-yard TD. After Oklahomas hot start, the Sooners kept the ball mostly on the ground. Mayfield finished 9 of 15 for 169 yards, all season lows.West Virginias Justin Crawford rushed for 331 yards, the third-highest total in school history. Skyler Howard threw for two TDs and ran for two more scores. His 37-yard TD toss to KaRaun White pulled the Mountaineers within 41-28 with 10 minutes left in the game. But West Virginia got no closer.I thought we were ready to play, West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen said. You cant make mistakes against a good football team.THE TAKEAWAYOklahoma: The Sooners improved to 2-2 against ranked opponents. Whether or not they make a move in the playoff standings after the convincing win remains to be seen, although the leagues top prize remains theirs for the taking.Obviously, it will be good to have a little rest, get a little time off, get everybodys bodies right before that big game, Mayfield said. Were right where we want to be right now.West Virginia: With a chance to make a statement against the first ranked team theyve faced this season, the Mountaineers came out flat on both sides of the ball and never recovered.I dont know if it was too big of a game and too much hype into it that our guys just ... I dont know, West Virginia defensive coordinator Tony Gibson said. I dont know if everybody was just trying to make a play instead of playing defense.TURNOVERS APLENTYWest Virginia made too many errors to give itself a chance. After the opening series, Gary Jennings couldnt handle a punt in a swirling wind that may have hit a teammate first. Oklahoma recovered at the Mountaineers 34 and eventually scored.Crawford and Howard fumbled the ball away inside the Oklahoma 5 on consecutive second-quarter series. The Sooners went the length of the field to score touchdowns after both turnovers.Oklahomas Jordan Evans returned an interception 80 yards for a touchdown early in the third quarter. A week ago he had two interceptions in a win over Baylor.POLL IMPLICATIONSOklahoma: The Sooners might move up in the AP poll , although No. 3 Louisville was the only team ahead of them to lose.West Virginia: The Mountaineers will drop out of the Top 10.UP NEXT:Oklahoma: Bedlam on Dec. 3. Both the Sooners and Oklahoma State are off next weekend.West Virginia: Plays at Iowa State next Saturday, followed by the regular-season finale at home against Baylor.---More AP college football: www.collegefootball.ap.org and https://twitter.com/AP-Top25 Cheap Sneakers Wholesale . The Redskins announced Monday that the quarterback who led the team to the Super Bowl championship in the 1987 season will serve as a personnel executive. Cheap Wholesale Sneakers Free Shipping . "I wrote 36 on my sheet at the beginning of the game," the Cincinnati coach said, referring the yard line the ball would need to be snapped from. http://www.cheapsneakersuk.com/ . Numbers Game examines the deal that sees Michael Del Zotto and Kevin Klein switch places. The Predators Get: D Michael Del Zotto. Former two-division UFC champion BJ Penn is scheduled to come out of retirement and face Ricardo Lamas in a featherweight fight on Oct. 15.UFC officials formally announced the 145-pound bout Monday. Penns comeback will headline UFC Fight Night at Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines.Penn (16-10-2), who retired in July 2014 following a lopsided loss to Frankie Edgar, was originally scheduled to return to the Octagon at UFC 199 in June but was pulled from the card due to a violation of the UFCs anti-doping policy.During an out-of-competition drug test in March, Penn admitted to the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) he had used an IV for non performance-enhancing reasons. Any use of an IV greater than 50 mL within a six-hour window is banned under the UFCs policy. Penn, who said he was unaware of the rule as it was not in place the last time he fought, accepted a six-month suspension. Wholesale Sneakers Uk. ow fighting out of Jackson-Wink MMA in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Penn has not won a fight since he defeated Matt Hughes in a welterweight contest at UFC 123 in November 2010. He is a former lightweight and welterweight champion.Penn, 37, will face a stiff test in Lamas (16-5), a former featherweight title challenger. Lamas is coming off a three-round unanimous decision loss to Max Holloway in June. Lamas is 1-2 in his last three fights, but the losses have come against elite opposition in Holloway and Chad Mendes. ' ' '

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NEW YORK -- Marianne Stanley knew college success as a player and a coach and then earned coaching honors in the WNBA. Cheap Asics Shoes .Stanley joined Herb Magee, who has won more than 1,000 games at Philadelphia University, and the late Fordham coach John Bach as winners of the Joe Lapchick Character Award on Friday.Stanley won three AIAW titles as a player at Immaculata from 1972-74, playing for Lapchick winner Cathy Rush. She went on to win two AIAW titles in 1979-80 as the coach at Old Dominion and an NCAA title in 1985. Stanley also coached at Penn, USC, Stanford and California.She was the 2002 WNBA coach of the year with the Washington Mystics and currently is an assistant for them.The awards were presented at a luncheon in New York that celebrated the life of Joe Lapchick, a Hall of Fame coach with St. Johns and the New York Knicks, who was known for his compassion and integrity off the court.Magee has been involved with the Philadelphia program for 57 years as a player and coach. He enters his 50th season as the Rams head coach with 1,032 wins. The Rams have made 29 NCAA Tournament appearances, winning the NCAA College Division title in 1970.Bach, who died in January at 91, played and coached at Fordham before coaching at Penn State. He was considered one of the top NBA assistants and an integral part of the Chicago Bulls dynasty in the 1990s.The award was first presented in 2008. Asics Wholesale Uk .C. -- When North Carolina freshman Ryan Switzer reported to training camp in August he was a little miffed to learn he was third on the depth chart at punt returner. Asics Shoes Uk Free Shipping . Gather a group of friends, or find a league to join online, draft your team, set your lineup and compete in a number of different formats. http://www.cheapasicsuk.com/ . In what the team had called a retirement, Ryan said Thursday that he is resigning as chief executive of the Rangers in a move effective at the end of this month. One state, one member, one vote The impact: 1) This recommendation reduces at least four existing associations from being full members of the BCCI to associates. At present, state associations of Maharashtra, Mumbai and Vidarbha - each functioning independently in the state of Maharashtra - and Gujarat, Baroda and Saurashtra - each functioning independently in the state of Gujarat - have one vote each in the BCCI elections. The Lodha Committee proposed that the six votes be reduced to two, one each from each state, with one association representing the state at the BCCI on rotational basis for a period of one year.The states objections: The legal counsels of the different states and the BCCI lawyer contested that not only did the six members of Maharashtra and Gujarat represent a definite geographical territory and field teams, but they also contributed to the development of the game in their respective regions. It was argued that having one member represent the entire state was fraught with difficulty and ignored the historical perspective.Courts response: The rotational arrangement would give each association a right to a full members vote when its turn came around, without violating the broader principle of one state one vote recommended by the committee. Such a system would also respect the history of these associations, their role in the promotion the game and the formation of the BCCI. These state bodies can continue to field teams in domestic tournaments, and the BCCI will decide the order in which the full membership rotates among the associations.2) The Lodha committee also recommended that five full members of the BCCI - Railways Sports Promotion Board, Association of Indian Universities, Services Sports Control Board, National Cricket Club (Kolkata) and Cricket Club of India (Mumbai) - be relegated to associate status.The five clubs defence: Even if the five clubs did not represent any state and two of them - NCC and CCI - were recreational bodies that did not even field first- class teams - they should continue as full members keeping in view the historical background leading to the formation of BCCI.Courts response: The relegation of these five clubs to associate membership is meant to support the structural streamlining of the BCCI to make it more responsive and accountable, at the same time providing for an equal opportunity for different regions to participate in the growth and promotion of the game in the countryAge limit of 70 for office bearers BCCI and states objections: Citing the example of veteran administrator Niranjan Shah, who has served as secretary at the Saurashtra Cricket Association for the past four decades, the court was told that setting an upper aage limit was not reasonable and conducive for the growth of the game. Cheap Asics Shoes Online. Lawyers for both BCCI and states argued that age had nothing to do with the administrative capacity of the person.Court response: It stated that cricketers usually played the game between the age of 18 and 35 and that after retirement anyone who had the potential to contribute to the game could do so for over three decades until the age of 70. The upper age limit recommended by the Lodha Committee was not, therefore, unreasonable or irrational. The Court also stated that the Indian Governments National Sports Development Code of India, 2011, had stipulated that primary office bearers - President, Secretary and the Treasurer - of recognised National Sports Federation including the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) had an age cap of 70 years. The Court said that the upper age limit of 70 was not an unusual or unacceptable norm.Ministers and civil servants cannot be administrators BCCI and states objections: Because of their experience, ministers and government officials, the BCCI said, were able administrators at both the central and state level and such a recommendation would hurt the efficiency of the board and the growth of the game.The courts response: The game would be better managed, promoted and developed if politicians and civil servants, who occupy positions of responsibility in the government that call for their complete attention and commitment, were made ineligible from holding any post in state associations or the BCCI. The court also said it did not believe that the game flourished due to a minister or civil servant holding a cricket office. Nor did they believe the game would be denied its due without ministers or civil servants at the helm. Office bearers cannot hold posts at BCCI and state level BCCIs objections: It argued that the experience gained by administrators at state level could be useful when the official doubles up in a role at the board level.Courts response: It said that one person could not be allowed to hold both a state and BCCI post because of conflict of interest issues. The court said that presidents and secretaries of state associations existed to discharge functions with the primary interest of the state in mind; as BCCI office bearers, they are expected to subordinate regional interests to a larger national interest. The court said the existence of dual roles meant that officials often appointed their fellow state officials to key posts in the BCCI and created an imbalance, and that the Lodha report on the matter was far from irrational. ' ' '

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