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NORTON, Mass. Chase Allen Jersey . -- Jim Furyk just made Davis Love IIIs life a bit more complicated.See, Love is the U.S. Ryder Cup captain and Furyk is one of his vice captains who also happens to be among a small group of players who could make the American squad -- if Love picks him.When asked how those discussions might go with Love, Furyk said he didnt know.I havent had any discussions with Davis, yet, said Furyk. You know, I dont know. I dont really know how that would work. I guess that would be Davis decision. If he is considering me for a captains pick, then that would be very awkward.... If hes not, itd be real easy to hop right on in there with everyone else and discuss who are the best four guys to pick.Furyk showed flashes of great play in recent months, most spectacularly with his record-setting 58 at the Travelers Championship as well as a top-2 finish at the U.S. Open. But when the 46-year-old didnt advance to the third tournament of the FedEx Cup playoffs after his T-57 at the Deutsche Bank Championship on Monday, he put Love in a bit of a pickle.How do you use a captains pick on a golfer who finished 86th in the FedEx Cup standings and has only five top-25 finishes all season? Or select a player in Furyk who owns a 10-20-4 record in the Ryder Cup, with those 20 defeats being the most in U.S. Ryder Cup team history?On the other hand, Furyks season was severely limited due to wrist surgery which saw him play the fewest number of tournaments (14) in a season since 2004, when he also had wrist surgery. The nine-time Ryder Cup team member also impressively finished 15th on the points list when most other players teed it up five or 10 more times than him.Love will make three of his selections on Sept. 12, the day after the BMW Championship ends. Hell make his final pick on Sunday, Sept. 25 after the final round of the Tour Championship.Furky admits that not getting into this coming weeks field at the BMW Championship means one less week of showing he is deserving of a spot on the U.S. roster.I definitely hurts, not having another week to play, said Furyk. The way I look at it, its always opportunities to give yourself as many opportunities as you could to play well, to keep these playoffs going, to keep the season going, to keep my name in there. So yeah, I think it hurts. Jason Taylor Jersey . They reached the 100-point plateau for the fourth time in five games, bested the visiting Trail Blazers by 34 in the paint and scored 19 of the final 25 points in regulation. Bob Griese Jersey . Louis. To which I would say two things: 1. Where there is smoke, there is or perhaps has been a little fire. Or, in other words, the two teams would appear to have at least spoken. 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For much of that game Ezekiel Elliott ran four yards before being touched, Dak Prescott was barely hit throughout the entire game, and mind numbing penalties were conceded at the most critical of times. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just £6.99. No contract. That being said, there is hope for Cleveland. In wide receivers, Terrelle Pryor and Corey Coleman, they have talented play-making threats, and quarterback Cody Kessler has shown flashes of promise. Ryan Tannehill Jersey.  They have pieces but are still some way short of those pieces forming a competitive team. Highlights of the Baltimore Ravens win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in week nine The Baltimore Ravens have been struggling of late but brought an end to a four-game losing streak against AFC North rivals, Pittsburgh Steelers. Wide receiver Mike Wallaces 95-yard touchdown may have been a highlight, but the return of veteran Steve Smith was also a big boost to the Ravens. That, aligned with a short turnaround and simply a better roster all point to another Baltimore win.Watch Browns @ Ravens at 12.30am on Friday morning, live on Sky Sports 1 HD. Also See: NFL week nine highlights RESULT: Week 10 game choice WATCH: Sunday Blitz Latest standings Cheap Hoodies From China Discount NFL Shirts Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Fast Shipping China Jerseys Stitched Jerseys ' ' ' 
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VENTURA, Calif. Melvin Gordon Jersey . -- The wife of a 1984 Olympic medalist was sentenced to a potential life sentence on Tuesday for shooting him in what she claimed was self-defense following years of abuse.Jane Laut, 59, was given two mandatory, consecutive prison terms of 25 years to life for first-degree murder and using a gun during the killing, the Ventura County Star reported (http://bit.ly/2bCNeUC ).She cried as her husbands relatives delivered victim impact statements, the paper reported.Laut was the high school sweetheart of David Laut, who won a bronze medal in the shot put at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. At the time of his death, the 52-year-old was athletic director at Hueneme High School in Oxnard.The Lauts were married for 29 years before he was shot to death in a yard of their Oxnard home shortly before midnight on Aug. 27, 2009.Lauts defense argued that she had been beaten and raped during the marriage and that on the night of the killing, her husband slammed her head against the wall and threatened her and their 10-year-old son with a revolver.Laut testified that her husband was shot as the couple struggled for the gun.In his opening statement, defense attorney Ron Bamieh told jurors that they were involved in a life-and-death struggle.He was trying to get up on his knees when she starts firing. ... There was no aiming, no looking, Bamieh said. If he gets up, she is done and Michael is done. He kept coming and he would not stop.The prosecution said that Laut was shot six times, including in the back of the head, with a gun that had to be cocked before each shot.Prosecutors also contended that Laut lied to police about the shooting and stood to gain $300,000 from her husbands insurance.The defense wants a judge to release Laut on bail while her sentence is appealed. Attorney Mark Hart, who will handle her appeal, said it could take a year or more to reach an appellate court.A hearing on the defenses bail motion is scheduled for next week.---Information from: Ventura County Star, http://venturacountystar.com Spencer Pulley Jersey . John Tavares, Thomas Vanek and Kyle Okposo were also being counted on to slow down sizzling Rangers forward Rick Nash. That plan didnt go so well early. Mike Williams Jersey . The All-Pro lineman got the leg bent under him while trying to make a tackle during the first half of a 22-20 overtime loss at Miami on Thursday night. The medical staff initially thought hed torn the ligament, and the test a day later in Cincinnati confirmed it. http://www.chargersauthenticshop.com/Chargers-Denzel-Perryman-Draft-Jersey/ . Two pressure cooker bombs exploded near the finish line of the April 15 race in an area packed with fans cheering the passing runners. Three people were killed and more than 260 injured, including at least 16 who lost limbs. STANFORD, Calif. -- Coach David Shaw understands that Stanford junior running back Christian McCaffrey may have played his final home game in Saturdays 41-17 nonconference win over Rice.But while fielding a question about how sophomore backup Bryce Love might fare as the starter in 2017, Shaw interrupted and said, If he wants to leave, thats fine. But lets not push (McCaffrey) out the door.McCaffrey rushed for 204 yards and scored two touchdowns as the Cardinal (9-3) won their fifth straight game in front of a sparse crowd that braved drizzly weather at Stanford Stadium.The 2015 Heisman Trophy runner-up wound up with 271 all-purpose yards, including a 23-yard touchdown reception and a 19-yard TD run. After his 19th career 100-yard rushing game and fifth 200-yard effort, McCaffrey eluded the big question about his future.I havent made a decision. I have people in my life I trust, but its my decision, he said. As of now, Im going to get back to practice Monday and get back to working on my craft.Everyone who watched McCaffrey on Saturday night was impressed.Ive done this for 33 years and I have not seen a young man who is capable of doing what he can do with a football in hand, said Rice coach David Bailiff, whose team finished the season 3-9. We knew coming in here, you had to tackle Christian and not let him have a big game. We didnt do that. Not a lot of people have done that.Shaw called McCaffrey a special, special football player.Every time he touched the ball there was a collective gasp to see what hes going to do next, Shaw said.It hasnt been an easy season for McCaffrey or the Cardinal. He missed portions of two games with an unspecified lower-body injury and operated in an offense struggled at times behind a rebuilt line, then made a mid-season quarterback change, going to Kelly Chryst.By the time the Cardinal were 4-3 after a loss to Colorado, McCaffrey was realistically out of the Heisman race. But he has 991 rushing yards and 10 rushing TDs the past five games, pushing his season total to 1,603 yards.. Lance Alworth Jersey. Asked if hed cast a Heisman vote for McCaffrey, Shaw said, The short answer is absolutely. But I would have voted for him last year, too.THE TAKEAWAYRice: The Owls two-game win streak died without a whimper. No match for Stanford, Rice totaled 14 yards and no first downs in the first quarter and trailed 20-3 by halftime. Stanfords 41 points represented the seventh time this season the Owls allowed at least 40 points.Stanford: The Cardinal continue to hum along after their fifth straight victory. Their season once considered a major disappointment after a 4-3 start, has recovered nicely and Stanford is now positioned, with a potential bowl victory, to claim a fifth 10-win season in Shaws six years.ON THE RUNThe Cardinal finished with 373 rushing yards, including a 62-yard TD dash by Chryst and a 50-yard scoring run by Bryce Love. Stanford has 1,377 rushing yards over the past four games. Chrysts first-quarter TD run was the longest by a Stanford quarterback in at least 20 years. Love finished with 111 rushing yards.SCHEDULING SWAPStanford won for the 16th straight time at home against a nonconference foe in a game that originally was scheduled for September 10. The contest was moved so the Cardinal wouldnt play 12 straight weeks without a bye and end the regular season with an open date.UP NEXTRice: Believe it or not, the Owls next game is against ... Stanford. Rice is done this season, but is scheduled to open its 2017 campaign at home against the Cardinal on Sept. 2. The Owls can only hope that Christian McCaffrey is playing in the NFL by then.Stanford: Its regular season complete, Stanford awaits its bowl assignment, to be announced on Dec. 4. Nothing is certain, but the best bets are the Dec. 17 Las Vegas Bowl, the Dec. 28 Foster Farms Bowl in Santa Clara, California, or the Dec. 30 Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas, depending on the final College Football Playoff standings. Cheap Hoodies From China Discount NFL Shirts Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Fast Shipping China Jerseys Stitched Jerseys ' ' ' 
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Focus on. Cheap Air Max 95 Wholesale ... May the best man winThere will be no asterix next to Nico Rosbergs name if he wins this years world championship. For much of the season there has been a debate among pundits and on social media about how much the German deserves the title and whether he has been handed the championship on a platter thanks to Lewis Hamiltons numerous reliability issues.Rosbergs campaign has been far from perfect this season but so has Hamiltons, and both men approach the Abu Dhabi finale with 9 wins each to their name. Thats a fitting stat for a season which has ebbed back and forth between the pair since the lights went out in Melbourne. Engine failures are part of the game of Formula One and Hamiltons bad luck this year means they have all happened, against incredibly unlikely odds, on his side of the garage.Those failures now put his biggest errors of the year -- such as his qualifying shunt in Baku -- into perspective. Finishing fifth in that race -- one which should have been a comfortable Mercedes one-two -- cost him 15 points to Rosberg which look so vital now, as they would have kept him in charge of his destiny even after his heartbreaking engine failure in Malaysia -- and proves that for every piece of bad luck a driver can encounter, in a year of 21 races there is always at least one example of a driver not maximising his job completely on a weekend. Hamilton can add Australia, Italy and Singapore to that list. If Rosberg does not come away with the title this weekend he will be able to point to the collision in Spain and his struggles before the summer break, where he finished off the podium in Monaco, Canada, Austria and Germany and also lost points at Silverstone when Max Verstappen beat him to second position due to a post-race penalty.However as it stands, Rosberg has one hand on his first championship trophy -- with the permutations looking increasingly favourable to the German given Mercedes recent string of double podium finishes. An engine failure looks the most likely thing to thwart Rosberg, who hasnt been off the podium since stuttering to fourth from pole at his home race before the summer break, in what would be an ironic and painful final twist to the tale of this season. But regardless of the criticisms against him this year, Rosbergs race-by-race approach has paid dividends and he has responded admirably to what looked like a significant body blow in 2015 when Hamilton beat him to the championship with three rounds to spare.At the same time, Hamilton has been turning in some of his best drives recently -- his dominant Brazil win overshadowed by Max Verstappens heroics -- and will definitely be able to add this year to the list of ones that got away with 2007 and 2010 if he does not emerge with the title. Both men would be deserving in equal measure and, for all the debates about the issues that have hit Hamilton this season, the history books will only remember the victor.So, as Mercedes boss Toto Wolff said coming into the weekend, may the best man win, and lets hope we get a bit of classic title showdown drama to cap it all off.In need of a winThough Lewis Hamilton needs a win for the best chance of upsetting Rosberg, were looking away from the championship battle for this one. Ferrari is on the verge of repeating its winless 2014 campaign despite coming into the Melbourne opener with such optimism of an imminent championship challenge. Given everything thats occurred this season, including the departure of James Allison, a shock desert win would be a welcome boost for everyone at Maranello going into 2017.In need of pointsIts hard not to feel sorry for Manor -- before Brazil, the team looked on course for a vital 10th place finish. Felipe Nasrs ninth-place for Sauber at Interlagos relegated the minnows to 11th and may well cost the teams millions of pounds in prize money for 2017. Finishing ninth or above in Abu Dhabi may be unlikely but that result is an absolute must if the team wants to reclaim that financial boost heading into next season.WeatherBrazils classic in the rain showed what a bit of unpredictable weather can do to a modern day grand prix, but that will not be a factor in the heat of the Abu Dhabi desert this weekend. According the F1 weather service UBIMET, the highest temperatures this weekend will range between 29 and 32 degrees Celsius in the day, though qualifying and race temperatures are known to drop when the race continues after sunset under the floodlights. A dry weekend throughout gives an extra boost to Mercedes hopes of closing out the season with a dominant performance and might nullify some of Red Bulls threat.ESPN predictionAfter the drama of Brazil, this one could well peter out into something of a procession. Lewis Hamilton is in great form currently and we at ESPN are backing him to make it four wins in a row in the desert. However, Rosberg has not needed to stretch himself in recent races and will see no reason to go all out in Abu Dhabi -- regardless of what hes said ahead of the weekend. That, coupled with Mercedes recent improvement, is why we are backing him to claim the podium finish he needs to become the second Rosberg on the list of F1 champions.A lap with... Romain GrosjeanStraight line to the first corner - it comes pretty quickly - a 90-degree left-hand corner, normally in fourth gear. Turns two and three are then flat out. You go down the hill, braking into (turn) six - very tricky braking turning into six, then straight away into (turn) seven. You need to be well positioned for the hairpin going down the backstraight. Its tricky to get the car to turn.Long straight line, big braking for the chicane, and again you need to be well positioned between the left- and right-hand side corners. Then its another straight line on to (turns) 11, 12 and 13. Its a triple chicane and as soon as you exit that part you go flat out then brake for turn 14, which is a 90-degree left-hand side corner. Flat out again into (turns) 16 and 17, two right-hand side corners flat out.As soon as you go out of (turn) 17 you have to brake again for (turns) 18. (Turns) 19 and 20, youre going under the hotel, with a tricky exit out of (turn) 20. The second to last corner is good. Its high speed in fourth or fifth gear. Then the last corner is very tricky. Its very wide on the entry phase with the pit lane on the right-hand side. Its not easy to find a line. Then you go as early as you can on the power to finish the lap.Tyres? Yas Marina has a very smooth track surface with a wide variety of corners and speeds, as well as warm weather that is consistent all year round, which makes it a favoured venue for testing.? Because the circuit is quite varied, teams tend to run a medium downforce compromise set-up.? Overtaking tends to be quite tricky at Yas Marina, so strategy can help boost track position.? The smooth surface generally leads to quite low levels of tyre wear and degradation.? The grand prix starts in the late afternoon at 5pm and ends in the evening, which means that track temperatures tend to vary from start to finish, sometimes dropping off dramatically.? Traction is a key aspect of tyre behaviour in Abu Dhabi, with all the acceleration out of corners.? Like Brazil, Yas Marina is an anti-clockwise lap, which is not typical of the rest of the season. Cheap Air Max 95 Free Shipping .B. - Sebastien Auger made 44 saves as the Saint John Sea Dogs edged the visiting Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2-1 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Air Max 95 Clearance . -- The plastic that was taped across the lockers in Oaklands clubhouse came down and the champagne that was on ice went back into the cooler. http://www.cheapairmax95china.com/ . President of baseball operations Larry Beinfest was fired Friday after 12 years with the Marlins. The move came as the team neared the end of its third consecutive last-place season in the NL East. ENNIS, Texas -- Robert Hight topped qualifying Friday in the AAA Texas NHRA Fall Nationals with the third-quickest Funny Car pass in NHRA history.Hight had a 3.839-second pass at 332.02 mph to break the Texas Motorplex time record. The 2009 season champion won this season in Gainesville, Florida.That was pretty impressive, Hight said. 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Australian swimmers Bronte Barratt and Madison Wilson have reportedly been hospitalised in Rio, missing the teams first chartered flight home from the Olympics. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_Sean-Taylor_Redskins_Jersey/ .Wilson, a member of the winning womens 4x100-metre freestyle relay team, was thought to have been suffering from appendicitis on Sunday (Monday AEST), according to Fairfax Media.However she was later cleared of the condition and was expected to make a second chartered flight.Barratt was also still hopeful of making the second flight home, despite contracting pneumonia after the rain-affected closing ceremony.The Rio Games were due to be Barratts last after also representing Australia in Beijing and London.The news of the duo in hospital came after it emerged Cate Campbell will undergo a second surgery on a hernia within 12 months on her arrival back in Australia.The 100m world champion developed a hernia three months ago, but is refusing to blame it for her disappointing Rio results, according to News Corp.Campbell came away with a gold in the womens 4x100m relay, and silver in the medley relay, but failed to score an individual medal. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_Trent-Murphy_Redskins_Jersey/ . -- Eastern Kentucky thrives off creating havoc for others. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_John-Riggins_Redskins_Jersey/ . 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Whether its competing as a mixed martial artist in Bellators heavyweight division or defending the TNA world championship in pro wrestling, Bobby Lashley has made it look easy as he late shifts between his two passions.Lashley (14-2), 40, will make his return to the cage on Oct. 21 when he puts his seven-fight win streak on the line against Josh Appelt at Bellator 162 in Memphis, Tennessee. But before then, he enters an important pay-per-view card on Sunday with TNA Impact Wrestling, when he headlines Bound For Glory against Ethan Carter III in Orlando.At least that seems to be the plan at the moment.With TNA undergoing financial issues amidst an impending sale, theres some speculation the card may not come off at all -- an issue president Billy Corgan addressed Thursday on The Dan Le Batard Show.Lashley is ready to go regardless, and caught up with ESPN.com to talk about TNA and his own future in the squared circle.ESPN: Whats the hardest part about juggling a pro wrestling and MMA career simultaneously?Bobby Lashley: Obviously, the hardest part is having two promoters that are willing to work with me and work with each other. And I have that. So its not as hard as someone would think, because my schedule with TNA is very light because we usually film five or six shows in one week and then we are off for a month and a half. With everyone else, they are having to go work a full-time job, so its a little harder for them than it is for me. I have all day to work [on MMA training]. So I have a really good schedule for me.ESPN: As you prepare for Sundays PPV, how difficult has it been as a performer knowing the uncertainty regarding TNAs future?BL: For me, I just kind of shut things down. Im not one to read all of the dirt sheets so I have no idea. I went to check online to make sure my plane ticket was still good, and it was, so thats all I know at this point. As far as I know, Im supposed to be doing a match Sunday and if anything changes up until then, its no big deal. If anything changes, Im still training for my fight [at Bellator 162]. I have training people lined up for me in Orlando for when I go. I have my boxing coach who is coming with me and I have a few people I am looking into sparring down there so I already put the heads up to those guys that if things dont work out, Ill just switch gears and drive down to Coconut Creek and Ill go to [American Top Team] and do some work down there. So its not really a big deal to me. I want to be wrestling and I want TNA to stay alive because it has been a great program for me up to this point.ESPN: How would you describe what new president Billy Corgan has brought to TNA?BL: He brings a fresh outlook. Hes just another person to talk to. Billy is a cool guy. He is an open ear, thats one thing. When different people come into your organization, especially what weve been going through, you get kind of worried that somebody is going to push their way in and change everything. He hasnt really done that. He has been really open and has been a huge person to talk to. One thing he always says is, My door is open and here is my personal number so just give me a call. Thats one thing that has been really cool. Because at the end of the day, no one is going to tell us how to do our jobs better than we already know.ESPN: In what ways are you different now as TNA champion than you were one decade ago with WWE?BL: Im a beast now. I have fun with it and I get it. They always say in wrestling that most people dont get it and thats the biggest problem that they have had in wrestling. And when I was in WWE, I didnt get it. I had no idea what I was doing. I was just a pawn in the game. I was put in different positions and just tried to be the best I could be in each of those positions. I had no idea what was going on. I didnt know that then. I know it now because of everything that has changed. Now, I go out there and its real to me. Thats how I bring my character and I think the fans understand that a lot more. They know whats going on.ESPN: How has the portrayal of your pro wrestling character changed since you transitioned into MMA?BL: I think it helps because we are in that transition of reality and right now everything is so up front. So just having an opportunity to fight [in MMA] and then going back [to wrestling] and saying, Look, Im not just a character anymore. So the things that I am saying have a lot of truth and thats what I try to bring in. Im not out there just lying the entire time saying Im tough or this and that. And thats a hard thing to do because we are not actors. We do a bit of acting on TV but we are not actors so we cant go out there and lie and have other people believe it also. So the things that Im saying and the things that Im doing are kind of a shoot most of the time. And thats what Im trying to bring to TNA because Im trying to make it a little different.ESPN: What was your reaction to CM Punks recent UFC debut?BL: I understand what he was trying to do, I just dont know exactly if he was prepared for it. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_Terrelle-Pryor_Redskins_Jersey/. I take my hat off to him for going out there but CM Punk really didnt come from an athletic and competitive background like myself. It was kind of a different situation.ESPN: TNA has made plenty of noise in 2016 with the Matt Hardy-inspired Final Deletion segments. Do you ever envision yourself joining that universe for the right storyline?BL: Oh yeah, oh yeah. I cant wait. That was something that was put together all by Matt Hardy and his brother Jeff and they were allowed to do it. Thats something we have never been allowed to do like that. Thats why I think my character has come so far because I feel comfortable going out there. Thats what everybody has been doing. We go out there with a different kind of swag because we are comfortable. We say what we want and we can do whatever we want. Of course, they pull back on the reins if they have to. One of the best things Ive ever been told is that its better for someone to tell you to slow down than to speed up. Right now, Im not slowing down.ESPN: How many years do you believe you have left in both careers?BL: Fighting, I would say two, maybe three. And its not because my body is not holding up because my body is feeling great. I would say its more because my kids are young. Im a full-time single father so I would like to spend a little bit more time with my kids. When I train for fights my kids understand and they have my back. They are there with me. I want to get to a time when I can focus on them a little bit more. As far as wrestling, it just depends on who I am wrestling for and when Im wrestling. If Im wrestling for TNA and we have kind of the same schedule, s---, I can do that for 10 more years.ESPN: How much does your desire to be a devoted family man cancel the possibility of you one day returning to WWE, considering their demanding schedule?BL: It does to a certain extent. It would have to be the right deal if it was. I dont know if there is even an opportunity. There are certain people in the business who may not want you there and thats why I left the first time. I dont know if there is even a possibility of going back but their schedule is challenging. A lot of their guys are dealing with that. If I were to go back full-time, it would have to be something we sit down and really piece together and make it make sense. I would hate to say yes Im doing it and get back and then its, Oh no. Boo-hoo. What about my kids? I dont want to have a bad attitude. So I would have to really sit down and say this is what we can do.ESPN: Former WWE star Ryback was reportedly in talks with Bellator MMA, although nothing has been agreed to. Considering most fans would look to you as a natural opponent, whats your reaction?BL: Fighting is about money, as we see with Conor [McGregor] getting a [UFC] title shot at 155, bypassing everybody else. There is a fight business aspect of all of this also. I think right now, I dont even know that a commission would allow a guy with 15 fights against somebody with no fights. I dont know if it could happen. But, if its something that they wanted to do, it would be something that we could talk about. But I wouldnt by any means try to call the guy out and I dont know if hes just doing it right now because he just left WWE and is trying to keep his name out. Something like that might be the case. I dont know what his motivation is and I dont know Ryback so close like that so I really dont know. So if he wants to do it I would say by all means get in here and do it. But if hes not serious about it, dont go out there and do it half-assed.ESPN: Do you believe that Bound For Glory will happen on Sunday and that TNA will continue as a brand?BL: Yes, because one thing people dont understand is that [current owner] Dixie [Carter] is not broke. She was never close to being broke. Her parents are billionaires so its not like they dont have the money. They are just trying to make the right deal and thats what we have known all along. I think its just one of those deals where this is business and its going to happen every year. For at least the past five or six years that I have known, around that end of the year point theres always this, Oh no, is TNA going to be sold? Is TNA going here? Is TNA going there? And then next thing you know, bam, everything is fine and then we run again. And then the next year its the same question. 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Australian swimmers Bronte Barratt and Madison Wilson have reportedly been hospitalised in Rio, missing the teams first chartered flight home from the Olympics. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_Sean-Taylor_Redskins_Jersey/ .Wilson, a member of the winning womens 4x100-metre freestyle relay team, was thought to have been suffering from appendicitis on Sunday (Monday AEST), according to Fairfax Media.However she was later cleared of the condition and was expected to make a second chartered flight.Barratt was also still hopeful of making the second flight home, despite contracting pneumonia after the rain-affected closing ceremony.The Rio Games were due to be Barratts last after also representing Australia in Beijing and London.The news of the duo in hospital came after it emerged Cate Campbell will undergo a second surgery on a hernia within 12 months on her arrival back in Australia.The 100m world champion developed a hernia three months ago, but is refusing to blame it for her disappointing Rio results, according to News Corp.Campbell came away with a gold in the womens 4x100m relay, and silver in the medley relay, but failed to score an individual medal. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_Trent-Murphy_Redskins_Jersey/ . -- Eastern Kentucky thrives off creating havoc for others. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_John-Riggins_Redskins_Jersey/ . McPhee said that Ovechkins father Mikhail is in stable condition after having the surgery this week and is no longer in intensive care. "Weve told him to stay as long as necessary with your dad," he said. Ovechkin and his Russian national team were eliminated from the mens hockey tournament in Sochi on Wednesday with a 3-1 quarter-final loss to Finland. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Womens-Justin-Rogers-Redskins-Jersey/ . 24 Baylor in a Big 12 clash between teams trending in opposite directions. Andrew Wiggins made 10-of-12 from the foul line and scored 17 for Kansas (14-4, 5-0 Big 12), which capped a stretch of four straight games against ranked opponents unscathed. Whether its competing as a mixed martial artist in Bellators heavyweight division or defending the TNA world championship in pro wrestling, Bobby Lashley has made it look easy as he late shifts between his two passions.Lashley (14-2), 40, will make his return to the cage on Oct. 21 when he puts his seven-fight win streak on the line against Josh Appelt at Bellator 162 in Memphis, Tennessee. But before then, he enters an important pay-per-view card on Sunday with TNA Impact Wrestling, when he headlines Bound For Glory against Ethan Carter III in Orlando.At least that seems to be the plan at the moment.With TNA undergoing financial issues amidst an impending sale, theres some speculation the card may not come off at all -- an issue president Billy Corgan addressed Thursday on The Dan Le Batard Show.Lashley is ready to go regardless, and caught up with ESPN.com to talk about TNA and his own future in the squared circle.ESPN: Whats the hardest part about juggling a pro wrestling and MMA career simultaneously?Bobby Lashley: Obviously, the hardest part is having two promoters that are willing to work with me and work with each other. And I have that. So its not as hard as someone would think, because my schedule with TNA is very light because we usually film five or six shows in one week and then we are off for a month and a half. With everyone else, they are having to go work a full-time job, so its a little harder for them than it is for me. I have all day to work [on MMA training]. So I have a really good schedule for me.ESPN: As you prepare for Sundays PPV, how difficult has it been as a performer knowing the uncertainty regarding TNAs future?BL: For me, I just kind of shut things down. Im not one to read all of the dirt sheets so I have no idea. I went to check online to make sure my plane ticket was still good, and it was, so thats all I know at this point. As far as I know, Im supposed to be doing a match Sunday and if anything changes up until then, its no big deal. If anything changes, Im still training for my fight [at Bellator 162]. I have training people lined up for me in Orlando for when I go. I have my boxing coach who is coming with me and I have a few people I am looking into sparring down there so I already put the heads up to those guys that if things dont work out, Ill just switch gears and drive down to Coconut Creek and Ill go to [American Top Team] and do some work down there. So its not really a big deal to me. I want to be wrestling and I want TNA to stay alive because it has been a great program for me up to this point.ESPN: How would you describe what new president Billy Corgan has brought to TNA?BL: He brings a fresh outlook. Hes just another person to talk to. Billy is a cool guy. He is an open ear, thats one thing. When different people come into your organization, especially what weve been going through, you get kind of worried that somebody is going to push their way in and change everything. He hasnt really done that. He has been really open and has been a huge person to talk to. One thing he always says is, My door is open and here is my personal number so just give me a call. Thats one thing that has been really cool. Because at the end of the day, no one is going to tell us how to do our jobs better than we already know.ESPN: In what ways are you different now as TNA champion than you were one decade ago with WWE?BL: Im a beast now. I have fun with it and I get it. They always say in wrestling that most people dont get it and thats the biggest problem that they have had in wrestling. And when I was in WWE, I didnt get it. I had no idea what I was doing. I was just a pawn in the game. I was put in different positions and just tried to be the best I could be in each of those positions. I had no idea what was going on. I didnt know that then. I know it now because of everything that has changed. Now, I go out there and its real to me. Thats how I bring my character and I think the fans understand that a lot more. They know whats going on.ESPN: How has the portrayal of your pro wrestling character changed since you transitioned into MMA?BL: I think it helps because we are in that transition of reality and right now everything is so up front. So just having an opportunity to fight [in MMA] and then going back [to wrestling] and saying, Look, Im not just a character anymore. So the things that I am saying have a lot of truth and thats what I try to bring in. Im not out there just lying the entire time saying Im tough or this and that. And thats a hard thing to do because we are not actors. We do a bit of acting on TV but we are not actors so we cant go out there and lie and have other people believe it also. So the things that Im saying and the things that Im doing are kind of a shoot most of the time. And thats what Im trying to bring to TNA because Im trying to make it a little different.ESPN: What was your reaction to CM Punks recent UFC debut?BL: I understand what he was trying to do, I just dont know exactly if he was prepared for it. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_Terrelle-Pryor_Redskins_Jersey/. I take my hat off to him for going out there but CM Punk really didnt come from an athletic and competitive background like myself. It was kind of a different situation.ESPN: TNA has made plenty of noise in 2016 with the Matt Hardy-inspired Final Deletion segments. Do you ever envision yourself joining that universe for the right storyline?BL: Oh yeah, oh yeah. I cant wait. That was something that was put together all by Matt Hardy and his brother Jeff and they were allowed to do it. Thats something we have never been allowed to do like that. Thats why I think my character has come so far because I feel comfortable going out there. Thats what everybody has been doing. We go out there with a different kind of swag because we are comfortable. We say what we want and we can do whatever we want. Of course, they pull back on the reins if they have to. One of the best things Ive ever been told is that its better for someone to tell you to slow down than to speed up. Right now, Im not slowing down.ESPN: How many years do you believe you have left in both careers?BL: Fighting, I would say two, maybe three. And its not because my body is not holding up because my body is feeling great. I would say its more because my kids are young. Im a full-time single father so I would like to spend a little bit more time with my kids. When I train for fights my kids understand and they have my back. They are there with me. I want to get to a time when I can focus on them a little bit more. As far as wrestling, it just depends on who I am wrestling for and when Im wrestling. If Im wrestling for TNA and we have kind of the same schedule, s---, I can do that for 10 more years.ESPN: How much does your desire to be a devoted family man cancel the possibility of you one day returning to WWE, considering their demanding schedule?BL: It does to a certain extent. It would have to be the right deal if it was. I dont know if there is even an opportunity. There are certain people in the business who may not want you there and thats why I left the first time. I dont know if there is even a possibility of going back but their schedule is challenging. A lot of their guys are dealing with that. If I were to go back full-time, it would have to be something we sit down and really piece together and make it make sense. I would hate to say yes Im doing it and get back and then its, Oh no. Boo-hoo. What about my kids? I dont want to have a bad attitude. So I would have to really sit down and say this is what we can do.ESPN: Former WWE star Ryback was reportedly in talks with Bellator MMA, although nothing has been agreed to. Considering most fans would look to you as a natural opponent, whats your reaction?BL: Fighting is about money, as we see with Conor [McGregor] getting a [UFC] title shot at 155, bypassing everybody else. There is a fight business aspect of all of this also. I think right now, I dont even know that a commission would allow a guy with 15 fights against somebody with no fights. I dont know if it could happen. But, if its something that they wanted to do, it would be something that we could talk about. But I wouldnt by any means try to call the guy out and I dont know if hes just doing it right now because he just left WWE and is trying to keep his name out. Something like that might be the case. I dont know what his motivation is and I dont know Ryback so close like that so I really dont know. So if he wants to do it I would say by all means get in here and do it. But if hes not serious about it, dont go out there and do it half-assed.ESPN: Do you believe that Bound For Glory will happen on Sunday and that TNA will continue as a brand?BL: Yes, because one thing people dont understand is that [current owner] Dixie [Carter] is not broke. She was never close to being broke. Her parents are billionaires so its not like they dont have the money. They are just trying to make the right deal and thats what we have known all along. I think its just one of those deals where this is business and its going to happen every year. For at least the past five or six years that I have known, around that end of the year point theres always this, Oh no, is TNA going to be sold? Is TNA going here? Is TNA going there? And then next thing you know, bam, everything is fine and then we run again. And then the next year its the same question. I dont know why its the same deal every year and it gets to that point. I think right now they are just trying to make the right deals with the right people. I know a lot of people have their hands in the pot and a lot of people are trying to pitch different things. Whenever the deal is done, its done. Cheap Hoodies From China Discount NFL Shirts Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Fast Shipping China Jerseys Stitched Jerseys ' ' ' 
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Australian swimmers Bronte Barratt and Madison Wilson have reportedly been hospitalised in Rio, missing the teams first chartered flight home from the Olympics. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_Sean-Taylor_Redskins_Jersey/ .Wilson, a member of the winning womens 4x100-metre freestyle relay team, was thought to have been suffering from appendicitis on Sunday (Monday AEST), according to Fairfax Media.However she was later cleared of the condition and was expected to make a second chartered flight.Barratt was also still hopeful of making the second flight home, despite contracting pneumonia after the rain-affected closing ceremony.The Rio Games were due to be Barratts last after also representing Australia in Beijing and London.The news of the duo in hospital came after it emerged Cate Campbell will undergo a second surgery on a hernia within 12 months on her arrival back in Australia.The 100m world champion developed a hernia three months ago, but is refusing to blame it for her disappointing Rio results, according to News Corp.Campbell came away with a gold in the womens 4x100m relay, and silver in the medley relay, but failed to score an individual medal. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_Trent-Murphy_Redskins_Jersey/ . -- Eastern Kentucky thrives off creating havoc for others. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_John-Riggins_Redskins_Jersey/ . McPhee said that Ovechkins father Mikhail is in stable condition after having the surgery this week and is no longer in intensive care. "Weve told him to stay as long as necessary with your dad," he said. Ovechkin and his Russian national team were eliminated from the mens hockey tournament in Sochi on Wednesday with a 3-1 quarter-final loss to Finland. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Womens-Justin-Rogers-Redskins-Jersey/ . 24 Baylor in a Big 12 clash between teams trending in opposite directions. Andrew Wiggins made 10-of-12 from the foul line and scored 17 for Kansas (14-4, 5-0 Big 12), which capped a stretch of four straight games against ranked opponents unscathed. Whether its competing as a mixed martial artist in Bellators heavyweight division or defending the TNA world championship in pro wrestling, Bobby Lashley has made it look easy as he late shifts between his two passions.Lashley (14-2), 40, will make his return to the cage on Oct. 21 when he puts his seven-fight win streak on the line against Josh Appelt at Bellator 162 in Memphis, Tennessee. But before then, he enters an important pay-per-view card on Sunday with TNA Impact Wrestling, when he headlines Bound For Glory against Ethan Carter III in Orlando.At least that seems to be the plan at the moment.With TNA undergoing financial issues amidst an impending sale, theres some speculation the card may not come off at all -- an issue president Billy Corgan addressed Thursday on The Dan Le Batard Show.Lashley is ready to go regardless, and caught up with ESPN.com to talk about TNA and his own future in the squared circle.ESPN: Whats the hardest part about juggling a pro wrestling and MMA career simultaneously?Bobby Lashley: Obviously, the hardest part is having two promoters that are willing to work with me and work with each other. And I have that. So its not as hard as someone would think, because my schedule with TNA is very light because we usually film five or six shows in one week and then we are off for a month and a half. With everyone else, they are having to go work a full-time job, so its a little harder for them than it is for me. I have all day to work [on MMA training]. So I have a really good schedule for me.ESPN: As you prepare for Sundays PPV, how difficult has it been as a performer knowing the uncertainty regarding TNAs future?BL: For me, I just kind of shut things down. Im not one to read all of the dirt sheets so I have no idea. I went to check online to make sure my plane ticket was still good, and it was, so thats all I know at this point. As far as I know, Im supposed to be doing a match Sunday and if anything changes up until then, its no big deal. If anything changes, Im still training for my fight [at Bellator 162]. I have training people lined up for me in Orlando for when I go. I have my boxing coach who is coming with me and I have a few people I am looking into sparring down there so I already put the heads up to those guys that if things dont work out, Ill just switch gears and drive down to Coconut Creek and Ill go to [American Top Team] and do some work down there. So its not really a big deal to me. I want to be wrestling and I want TNA to stay alive because it has been a great program for me up to this point.ESPN: How would you describe what new president Billy Corgan has brought to TNA?BL: He brings a fresh outlook. Hes just another person to talk to. Billy is a cool guy. He is an open ear, thats one thing. When different people come into your organization, especially what weve been going through, you get kind of worried that somebody is going to push their way in and change everything. He hasnt really done that. He has been really open and has been a huge person to talk to. One thing he always says is, My door is open and here is my personal number so just give me a call. Thats one thing that has been really cool. Because at the end of the day, no one is going to tell us how to do our jobs better than we already know.ESPN: In what ways are you different now as TNA champion than you were one decade ago with WWE?BL: Im a beast now. I have fun with it and I get it. They always say in wrestling that most people dont get it and thats the biggest problem that they have had in wrestling. And when I was in WWE, I didnt get it. I had no idea what I was doing. I was just a pawn in the game. I was put in different positions and just tried to be the best I could be in each of those positions. I had no idea what was going on. I didnt know that then. I know it now because of everything that has changed. Now, I go out there and its real to me. Thats how I bring my character and I think the fans understand that a lot more. They know whats going on.ESPN: How has the portrayal of your pro wrestling character changed since you transitioned into MMA?BL: I think it helps because we are in that transition of reality and right now everything is so up front. So just having an opportunity to fight [in MMA] and then going back [to wrestling] and saying, Look, Im not just a character anymore. So the things that I am saying have a lot of truth and thats what I try to bring in. Im not out there just lying the entire time saying Im tough or this and that. And thats a hard thing to do because we are not actors. We do a bit of acting on TV but we are not actors so we cant go out there and lie and have other people believe it also. So the things that Im saying and the things that Im doing are kind of a shoot most of the time. And thats what Im trying to bring to TNA because Im trying to make it a little different.ESPN: What was your reaction to CM Punks recent UFC debut?BL: I understand what he was trying to do, I just dont know exactly if he was prepared for it. http://www.authenticshopredskins.com/Authentic_Terrelle-Pryor_Redskins_Jersey/. I take my hat off to him for going out there but CM Punk really didnt come from an athletic and competitive background like myself. It was kind of a different situation.ESPN: TNA has made plenty of noise in 2016 with the Matt Hardy-inspired Final Deletion segments. Do you ever envision yourself joining that universe for the right storyline?BL: Oh yeah, oh yeah. I cant wait. That was something that was put together all by Matt Hardy and his brother Jeff and they were allowed to do it. Thats something we have never been allowed to do like that. Thats why I think my character has come so far because I feel comfortable going out there. Thats what everybody has been doing. We go out there with a different kind of swag because we are comfortable. We say what we want and we can do whatever we want. Of course, they pull back on the reins if they have to. One of the best things Ive ever been told is that its better for someone to tell you to slow down than to speed up. Right now, Im not slowing down.ESPN: How many years do you believe you have left in both careers?BL: Fighting, I would say two, maybe three. And its not because my body is not holding up because my body is feeling great. I would say its more because my kids are young. Im a full-time single father so I would like to spend a little bit more time with my kids. When I train for fights my kids understand and they have my back. They are there with me. I want to get to a time when I can focus on them a little bit more. As far as wrestling, it just depends on who I am wrestling for and when Im wrestling. If Im wrestling for TNA and we have kind of the same schedule, s---, I can do that for 10 more years.ESPN: How much does your desire to be a devoted family man cancel the possibility of you one day returning to WWE, considering their demanding schedule?BL: It does to a certain extent. It would have to be the right deal if it was. I dont know if there is even an opportunity. There are certain people in the business who may not want you there and thats why I left the first time. I dont know if there is even a possibility of going back but their schedule is challenging. A lot of their guys are dealing with that. If I were to go back full-time, it would have to be something we sit down and really piece together and make it make sense. I would hate to say yes Im doing it and get back and then its, Oh no. Boo-hoo. What about my kids? I dont want to have a bad attitude. So I would have to really sit down and say this is what we can do.ESPN: Former WWE star Ryback was reportedly in talks with Bellator MMA, although nothing has been agreed to. Considering most fans would look to you as a natural opponent, whats your reaction?BL: Fighting is about money, as we see with Conor [McGregor] getting a [UFC] title shot at 155, bypassing everybody else. There is a fight business aspect of all of this also. I think right now, I dont even know that a commission would allow a guy with 15 fights against somebody with no fights. I dont know if it could happen. But, if its something that they wanted to do, it would be something that we could talk about. But I wouldnt by any means try to call the guy out and I dont know if hes just doing it right now because he just left WWE and is trying to keep his name out. Something like that might be the case. I dont know what his motivation is and I dont know Ryback so close like that so I really dont know. So if he wants to do it I would say by all means get in here and do it. But if hes not serious about it, dont go out there and do it half-assed.ESPN: Do you believe that Bound For Glory will happen on Sunday and that TNA will continue as a brand?BL: Yes, because one thing people dont understand is that [current owner] Dixie [Carter] is not broke. She was never close to being broke. Her parents are billionaires so its not like they dont have the money. They are just trying to make the right deal and thats what we have known all along. I think its just one of those deals where this is business and its going to happen every year. For at least the past five or six years that I have known, around that end of the year point theres always this, Oh no, is TNA going to be sold? Is TNA going here? Is TNA going there? And then next thing you know, bam, everything is fine and then we run again. And then the next year its the same question. I dont know why its the same deal every year and it gets to that point. I think right now they are just trying to make the right deals with the right people. I know a lot of people have their hands in the pot and a lot of people are trying to pitch different things. Whenever the deal is done, its done. Cheap Hoodies From China Discount NFL Shirts Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Fast Shipping China Jerseys Stitched Jerseys ' ' ' 
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Mike White passed for a career-best 393 yards with three touchdowns and Mike Maccarone added a trio of long field goals as Marist edged Butler 30-21 on Saturday. http://www.falconsrookiestore.com/Falcons-Grady-Jarrett-Jersey/ .The Red Foxes (2-3, 2-0 Pioneer League) took a 23-20 lead on Maccarones 45-yarder in the fourth quarter, and iced the win with Whites 37-yard TD pass to Juston Christian. Christian finished with eight catches for 181 yards, a career high. White completed 25 of 47 passes and was not intercepted.Maccarone kicked a career-long 48-yard FG just before halftime for a 20-14 Marist lead. He also hit from 42 yards.Will Marty guided the Bulldogs (2-4, 0-3) to a 21-20 lead in the third quarter in four plays, finding Danny Cotter for 25 yards and Cord Collier for 60 before Sam Schrader scored from the 1.Marty completed 23 of 42 passes for 314 yards and a pair of touchdowns. http://www.falconsrookiestore.com/Falcons-Austin-Hooper-Jersey/ . -- Jaye Marie Green shot a 4-under 68 on Thursday to increase her lead to five strokes after the second round of the LPGA Tours qualifying tournament. http://www.falconsrookiestore.com/Falcons-Sean-Harlow-Jersey/ . In the lead up - which seemed to begin the moment Mike Geiger blew the whistle in Houston last Thursday night - the Impact rumour mill went into overdrive. The speculation went into meltdown mode, of the golden nugget variety. http://www.falconsrookiestore.com/Falcons-Keanu-Neal-Jersey/ .J. -- New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz will miss the rest of the season after having surgery on his left knee. CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. -- A private funeral service for former Tennessee womens basketball coach Pat Summitt was held Thursday.Erin Freeman, who has been acting as a spokeswoman for the Summitt family this week, confirmed that the funeral took place Thursday in Clarksville, Tennessee. When Summitt died Tuesday at age 64, her family had issued a statement saying a private ceremony would be held in Middle Tennessee without disclosing a date or exact location.Tennessee coach Holly Warlick, who played for Summitt and worked as an assistant on her staff for 27 seasons, tweeted Thursday that She has been laid to rest. ... Godspeed Pat. ... Godspeed. U r home.About 30-35 of Summitts former Tennessee players as well as many of her former assistant coaches attended the private ceremony. The group of former players included Michelle Marciniak and Chamique Holdsclaw, who discussed the service via social media.Holdsclaw said in an Instagram post that the service was so beautifful. http://www.falconsrookiestore.com/Falcons-Jack-Crawford-Jersey/. It was so good to see our Lady Vol family, Holdsclaw wrote. We are going to miss you in the physical, but we should all know we have an angel pulling for us 24/7. Im going to miss the great hugs you give. Sleep in peace.Holdsclaw noted that Marciniak gave one of the eulogies. Marciniak tweeted that eulogizing Pat Summitt today (was) made easier with LVFL (Lady Vol For Life) support. Pat told us, Trust me, and we did.Summitt won eight national titles and a Division I record 1,098 games in 38 seasons at Tennessee before stepping down in 2012, one year after announcing she had early-onset dementia, Alzheimers type.A public ceremony to celebrate Summitts life is scheduled for July 14 at Thompson-Boling Arena on Tennessees campus. Thompson-Boling Arena includes the Lady Volunteers home court, which is named after Summitt. Cheap Hoodies From China Discount NFL Shirts Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Fast Shipping China Jerseys Stitched Jerseys ' ' ' 
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HAINAN, China -- Minjee Lee got up-and-down one last time at Jian Lake on Sunday to win the Blue Bay LPGA for her second victory of the year and third in 17 months. Nike Tanjun Clearance .The 20-year-old Australian chipped to 3 feet from the front runoff area on the par-5 18th to match Jessica Kordas birdie and beat the American by a stroke. Lees chip left Korda with an 18-footer for eagle from off the back edge that she missed to the left.It was a good fight out there, and I fought to the end, Lee said.Ariya Jutanugarn tied Lee with a two-stroke swing on the par-3 17th, then hooked her 3-wood drive into the water on 18 to end her chances for a tour-high sixth victory.I knew that I had a good opportunity, but I wasnt getting ahead of myself, Lee said. I knew Jess was going to make birdie -- was probably going to make birdie -- and so I thought to myself, `I need to make birdie here. I just put myself in good spots and then I ended up making birdie. Just stuck to my game plan.Lee rebounded after losing a six-stroke lead Saturday, closing with a 2-under 70 in hot and humid conditions to finish at 13-under 275. Korda had a 71. Jutanugarn shot 70, her closing bogey leaving her two strokes back.Five days after Typhoon Sarika blew through the South China Sea beach resort, the wind jumped up on the final holes, making it more difficult to hit the valleys and plateaus on the large greens.It played like a totally different golf course, Korda said. It wasnt the same as every day. The golf course conditions were a lot harder today. Some greens were slow and there were some greens that were fast. All in all, it was a tough day out there.Lee chipped in for birdie on the par-4 first to break a tie with Korda, chipped to 2 feet for birdie on the par-5 eighth and had eight straight pars before stumbling on the 154-yard 17th. She ran her 30-foot first putt 6 feet past, watched Jutanugarn make a 15-footer for birdie, then missed the comebacker to give up sole possession of the lead for the first time since the start of the round.Lee earned $315,000 and is projected to jump from 17th to 16th in the world ranking. She won last year at Kingsmill and in April in Hawaii.The Australian tied for 37th last week in South Korea and was one of the many players who didnt get to Hainan until Wednesday afternoon, leaving little time to prepare.I really came into this week with no expectations, Lee said. Just wanted to have fun.She did, and her mother and grandmother were there to celebrate with her.My Nan, she my biggest supporter, Lee said. I love having her around. She normally comes around for the Asia Swing, so yeah, its nice to have won in front of her. She was here, so thats really nice.Korda bogeyed the par-3 seventh, firing her tee shot over the green a day after hitting to 6 inches. The defending champion next week in Malaysia, the 23-year-old American birdied the par-3 11th and par-5 14th. She three-putted the par-4 16th for a bogey, charging a 25-footer 15 feet long.I think considering we had zero preparation for the tournament and came in on Wednesday, I think I would have taken a second place if you would have told me that thats what I would have gotten, Korda said. We didnt get a lot of preparation. But with the typhoon, theres nothing you can do.Ten shots behind Lee after two rounds, Jutanugarn made $139,681 to take the money lead from Lydia Ko with $2,439,878. The 20-year-old Thai star also moved atop the Race to CME Globe and extended her lead over Ko to 13 points for player of the year. Ko and Jutanugarn are playing next week in Kuala Lumpur.Thailands Pornanong Phatlum (72) and Germanys Caroline Masson (73) tied for a distant fourth at 6 under. Englands Charley Hull (69) was 5 under, and Swedens Pernilla Lindberg (72) 4 under.Brooke Henderson (71) was 3 under. The 19-year-old Canadian has played all four weeks in Asia and plans to make it six in a row with stops in Malaysia and Japan.Michelle Wie was one of the 13 players to break par, closing with a 74 to tie for 10th at 1 under. She had her best finish of the year, topping a tie for 25th in February in the second event of the season. Nike Tanjun Shoes Outlet . Jeff Green scored 13 points and Kris Humphries 12 for the Celtics, who nearly blew an 18-point, second-half lead. Sullingers 20-20 was the first by a Celtics player since Kevin Garnetts first game in Boston in 2007. Garnett was dealt -- along with Paul Pierce -- to Brooklyn during the off-season. Cheap Nike Tanjun China . -- Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson asked his players a simple question during Fridays morning shootaround: How many of them had ever been on a team 14 games over . http://www.niketanjunoutlet.com/ . In the response filed Wednesday to the complaint by 30-year-old Alexander Bradley, attorneys say the former University of Florida player is invoking his Fifth Amendment right that protects people from incriminating themselves. VINTON, La. -- Once he got the lead, nobody was going to catch Gunnevera, who raced to victory in the $1 million Delta Downs Jackpot for 2-year-olds Saturday at Delta Downs Racetrack.Ridden by three-time Eclipse Award winner Outstanding Jockey Javier Castellano, Gunnevera ran 1 1/16 miles in 1:45:15 and won by 5 3/4 lengths over Hot Sean. Gunnevera paid $7.80, $4.40 and 3.40.The race worked out perfectly for us, Castellano. When I asked him to go he went. This is a good horse who will develop. I think he will be better at the longer lengths.Gunnevera earned $600,000 and 10 points in the chase for the Kentucky Derby. The Delta Downs Jackpot is part of the Road to the Kentucky Derby Series which gives points to horses in selected races and is the second-richest race for 2-year-olds in North America behind only the Breeders Cup for Juveniles.Bob Baffert trained Hot Sean ($5.40, $4.20) earned four points, and Dangerfield ($8) was third and picked up two points. J Boys Echo finished fourth and received the last point awarded.Gunnevera needed a little time to get going but was in compleete control down the stretch, pulling away from the field. Discount Nike Tanjun Shoes. Trained by Antonio Sano, Gunnevera made a winner out of relative racing newcomer Peacock Racing Stables.This is a great win for us, co-owner Jaime Diaz said. He exceeded our expectations with the way he ran. 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Sussex 182 for 7 (Nash 65, Dexter 5-41) lead Leicestershire 135 (Dexter 52, Magoffin 5-50, Archer 4-31) by 47 runsScorecard A green pitch and humid conditions saw wickets tumble on the first day of the Specsavers County Championship Division Two match between Leicestershire and Sussex at the Fischer County Ground. Air Max 95 Saldi . After dismissing Leicestershire for 135, Sussex finished the day in front on 182 for 7, despite Neil Dexter following Steve Magoffin in taking a five-for.Sussex captain Ben Brown cannot have thought too long and hard before deciding to exercise the away teams right to bowl first, and was immediately rewarded when the first delivery of the match, bowled by Magoffin, seamed back and took the inside edge of Paul Hortons bat before being caught by Brown behind the stumps.Magoffin and Ollie Robinson continued to beat the bat regularly, but Angus Robson and Dexter added 55 for the second wicket before Robson, on 18, left a delivery from Jofra Archer which both seamed back in and stayed low before knocking off and middle stumps out of the ground. Magoffin, playing his 150th first-class game, then removed Leicestershire skipper Mark Cosgrove with a well-pitched up delivery which swung back in and trapped the left-hander leg before.Dexter fought his way through until lunch in the company of Mark Pettini, but after the break Leicestershire lost their last seven wickets in adding just 45 runs. Archer bowled Pettini with a beauty, the ball nipping back to hit to the top of off-stump, and soon after going to his 50 with an expansive cover drive, an attempt to repeat the shot saw Dexters off stump uprooted by Archer.Lewis Hill, defending on the back foot, played on to Magoffin, who quickly made it five for the innings by having Clint McKay caught at first slip and bowling Zak Chappell with a ball that seamed back in. Raine edged a brute of a delivery from Archer, and Eckersley, looking to force the pace, gave mid-on a simple catch off a leading edge.When Sussex began their reply, Chris Nash and Ed Joyce, both of whom have already passed 1000 runs in the Championship this season, compiled an opening partnership of 82 before Joyce was bowled by Charlie Shreck, an inswinger clipping the top of the left-handers off-stump.Nash went to his 50, his eighth of the season, before a late decision to leave a Dexter delivery saw the ball clip the bat and cannon on to the stumps. Luke Wells was drawn into an attempted drive and edged Shreck to wicketkeeper Eckersley, and Dexter, pitching the ball up and swinging it away from the right-handers, went on to complete his first five wicket haul for Leicestershire, having Craig Cachopa and Fynn Hudson-Prentice caught behind, and Phil Salt and David Wiese leg before to keep his side in the game. Air Max 95 Scontate .J. -- Marshawn Lynch said Thursday it will be good to get back to football after the Seattle quiet talking running back wrapped up his final mandatory media session of Super Bowl week. Nike Air Max 95 Vendita Online . Miller reached right to deflect Mikhail Grabovskis attempt with just over 2 minutes remaining in regulation, and then made two more saves in the shootout Sunday to give the Sabres a 2-1 win over the Washington Capitals. http://www.airmax95outlet.it/ . 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. GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer was active Sunday night against Seattle after being listed as questionable Friday with a hamstring injury.The Seahawks were without safety Kam Chancellor and the Cardinals didnt have wide receiver John Brown. Chancellor has a groin injury and Brown has been diagnosed with sickle cell traits that cause pain in his legs.Also inactive for Seattle were running back C.J. Spiller, running back Thomas Rawls, linebacker Kevin Pierre-Lewis, guuard Rees Odhiambo, tight end Luke Thomas and defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson. Air Max 95 Outlet Italia. .The other Cardinals inactives were cornerback Brandon Williams, linebacker Gabe Martin, guard Cole Toner, defensive tackle Olsen Pierre, defensive tackle Ed Stinson and nose tackle Xavier Williams.---Online: AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP-NFL Cheap Hoodies From China Discount NFL Shirts Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Fast Shipping China Jerseys Stitched Jerseys ' ' ' 
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In this edition of my Big Board: the debuts of two third-year sophomores from big-time schools, an SEC defensive lineman makes a big jump, and theres a new top prospect from No. Jordan 11 For Sale Cheap . 1-ranked Alabama.A reminder: General scouting reports on these players wont change week to week, unless my overall evaluation changes. Ill simply be updating performance notes and providing updates on key matchups to come.One asterisk denotes a junior, and two asterisks denote a redshirt sophomore for the 2016 season.1. *Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&MGarrett returned from a one-game absence?because of a high ankle sprain and recorded a sack in the Aggies double-overtime win over Tennessee. Hes the best player on a spectacular defensive line. At 6-foot-5, 265 pounds, Garrett has the length, strength and ability to bend the edge. Hes a brilliant, natural pass-rusher, and hes up to 26.0 career sacks. He looks like a top-five lock if he stays healthy.2. *Leonard Fournette, RB, LSUFournette?is dealing with an ankle injury and hasnt played since Sept. 24, when he averaged 6.3 yards per carry in a loss at Auburn. Hes really special when hes healthy, and he has?an incredible combination of size, speed and power that can make him look like a varsity player hanging with the JV. Mileage was a concern headed into the season, so the ankle injury -- if not long-term -- could benefit him in NFL scouts eyes. He had a whopping 300 carries in 2015. Discount Air Jordan 11 . -- Anaheim Ducks captain and leading scorer Ryan Getzlaf has been scratched from Sunday nights game against the Vancouver Canucks because of an upper-body injury. Air Jordan 11 Retro Cheap . You can watch the game live on TSN at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt. The Flyers had won seven of eight before dropping their last two outings on consecutive days over the weekend. Philadelphia was handed a 6-3 loss by the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday afternoon before dropping a 4-1 decision to the Rangers the following night in New York City. http://www.discountairjordan11.com/ . -- Arizona knocked off some quality opponents, rolled over a few overmatched ones and grinded out victories even when things didnt go so well. GRAND ISLAND, Neb. -- It has been three months, and Jill Foltz isnt sure she can talk about her son, Sam. Its still too raw. But she will talk about Mike Riley. She opens the door to her tidy ranch home in central Nebraska, the house with the giant red N out front, and takes a seat next to her husband, Gerald, on the couch.Most nights this time of year, Gerald is out in the fields harvesting his corn and soybeans before the cold arrives. Tonight, he is resting his feet, thinking back to December 2014, when Nebraska named Riley its head football coach. Whos Mike Riley? Jill asked at the time. That same month, Michigan hired Jim Harbaugh, the biggest of wow hires, and here Nebraska was with this 60-something-year-old guy from Oregon State.Two years later, the Foltzes cant imagine anyone else in the world running their football team.On July 24, a police officer came to their door and told them that their son, Cornhuskers punter Sam Foltz, had been killed in a car accident in Wisconsin. That next day, Riley and athletic director Shawn Eichorst were at their house along with about eight of Sams teammates. They stayed all day, and Riley told the family he would be there if they needed anything.After they left, Gerald and Jill decided theyd do the same for Riley and the team. Theyd go to every football game, home and away, in the 2016 season. Sams senior season.They had no idea how excruciatingly painful this would be. But every Saturday, they stand near the team bus, waiting for a bunch of football players who arent their son. Jill winds up crying every game, and when the emotions become overwhelming, she and Gerald tell themselves the same thing: The team needs them.Gerald works ungodly early hours as a farmer, and maybe thats why he always wants to be at the stadium just after the gates open. They find their seats, stare at the field and think about what might have been. Gerald decided that we needed to go to the games, Jill says. And you know, really, when you think about it, we needed to show these players that our loyalty to Husker football wasnt just because we had a kid on the team.So here we are, seven down and five to go, or something like that.Gerald does his own math and chimes in.Maybe seven or eight to go, he says.He is accounting for the Big Ten championship game and the College Football Playoff, two possibilities that seemed impossible a few months ago. But its late October, the Cornhuskers are 7-0 for the first time in 15 years, and who knows what can happen?The Foltzes are happy for Mike Riley, and they marvel at how he has pulled the team together after losing a player who was so revered that he would have been a shoo-in as a team captain this year. And then Riley had to deal with the DUI arrest and subsequent suspension of assistant coach Keith Williams, and a national anthem controversy.He just never gets flustered, Jill says. Hes like the epitome of the best dad. Hes just even-steven.Gerald met Riley last fall. About four times a year, the elder Foltz liked to make the 100-mile drive to Lincoln to watch his son practice. But on this particular day, Riley had given the team a surprise day off. Gerald was walking down a hallway with Sam when they heard someone yelling and running toward them. It was Riley. He told Sam to show his dad around the facilities, and heck, take him up to his office.Gerald seemed in awe. The previous coach whod just been fired at Nebraska, Bo Pelini, was fiery and short-tempered and not much for small talk. But Riley sat with the Foltzes in his office that day, and they talked for at least 20 minutes, shooting the bull, Gerald says, about life and football.Its what were all supposed to be doing, Gerald says, but it doesnt happen at that level, the way I gather from talking to players from other teams.Hes the darndest guy Ive ever run into.Before we throw cold water on this magical, undefeated season, before we note that the Cornhuskers previous seven opponents are a combined 20-30 and that Rileys team might be in for a harsh reality check as it enters the teeth of its schedule at Wisconsin and then at No. 6 Ohio State, lets examine how unlikely 7-0 is for Riley and this bunch.A year ago at this time, the Huskers were 3-6 and had just lost to a Purdue team that would finish 2-10. A somewhat sizeable faction of players did not seem to be buying in to Riley, especially the seniors who were fiercely loyal to Pelini and defensive line coach Rick Kaczenski.The group that was probably the most obvious was the defensive line, Nebraska defensive coordinator Mark Banker says. The players had an attachment to [Kaczenski], and I know a couple of them, theyd go to his house for dinner at night.It was weird. For me, at Oregon State when I left to another job, it was hard. But something I believe in is that youve gotta let it go.Nebraska lost five games by a combined 13 points last season, and the last-second gut punches became so common they were almost comical. In a game against Wisconsin on Oct. 10, 2015, with four seconds to go, Badgers kicker Rafael Gaglianone nailed a winning 46-yard field goal that sailed through the uprights. That game appeared to be sealed less than a minute-and-a-half earlier, when Gaglianone had missed a 39-yarder.Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst, a close friend of Rileys since they coached together in the early 1990s, found him after the game and simply said, Ill call you. Riley shouldve needed multiple therapy sessions by then. His luck was impeccably terrible. The losses were one thing, but who buys a house in Lincoln, then has to quickly turn around and sell it because his wife is allergic to the paint fumes?Mike Riley, thats who. And get this: Instead of groaning over having to live in a hotel for months, Riley learned the name of everyone who worked at the Embassy Suites hotel in Lincoln. Riley and his wife, Dee, gushed about how nice the people were, how they became sort of a little family.Thats Riley: never down, never out. Through multiple interviews with people whove known him for at least 10 years, it is believed he has never uttered a cuss word, hearkening back to the days of Tom Osborne. A couple of decades ago, Osborne probably wasnt the only coach to opt for a dadgummit. But today, its a true rarity in a profession in which F-bombs are dropped like 40-yard passes during spring practice.Hes kind of a dorky, little guy, Huskers receiver Brandon Reilly says of his coach. He says some things that well be like, What? Every practice, he says, All right, its time for recess. He always thinks practice is like recess because we can go out and have fun.After every victory, Riley leads the team in a chant of hip hip hooray! In the rare times last season when the Huskers won a game and engaged in the ritual, they looked at one another and thought it was a little strange. But not anymore. Not in this season that has brought them back to the top 10 and feels just a little bit different, like the old days when Nebraska was relevant.The team that could not win a close game last season cant seem to lose them now, and Riley says theres a reason for that. He did not know his players in 2015, especially in the early stages. For example, hed nnever had a quarterback like Tommy Armstrong, who can run the option. Cheap Air Jordan 11 From China. Rileys quarterbacks at Oregon State were dropback passers. He also said that defensively, the Huskers eventually found a better way to play.Riley said his Huskers probably had to hit rock bottom before they could go up, and they sank to the bottom of the pit last season on Halloween in West Lafayette against the Boilermakers. Riley did not give an inspired speech after the game; everyone in that locker room knew how bad things had become. The following week, the Huskers knocked off No. 6 Michigan State in Lincoln.The Huskers were invited to a bowl game despite their 5-7 record, and though the Foster Farms Bowl in Santa Clara, California, seemed like a participation trophy at the time, they wound up beating a high-quality UCLA team, and it buoyed them into 2016.I remember going in the bowl prep, those practices we would have where its just kind of in between, senior linebacker Brad Simpson?says. Sometimes, it feels like youre practicing for nothing. There were some fights and stuff. It was basically that time when people were sick of football. Some guys were about to graduate and they didnt care anymore, and some guys really wanted to play and stand out. Im really glad we came together.You could see after that UCLA game, after we won, weve actually got a good team here. Were going to come together and do something.Riley had no idea that the real challenges were still ahead and would have nothing to do with football. He has been coaching for more than 40 years, and nothing was harder than the day he had to gather the team in the hours after Foltzs death. Foltz and former Michigan State punter Mike Sadler were killed in a car wreck while returning from a kicking camp in Wisconsin. LSU kicker Colby Delahoussaye was also in the vehicle and suffered injuries.Riley told his players that nothing he could say would make it better, and that their biggest support would come from the people sitting together in that room.It was horrible, Riley says. I felt so ill-equipped walking in front of a group and talking about their teammate and friend.University of Nebraska-Lincoln chancellor Ronnie Green says Riley has managed everything that has come his way. When Michael Rose-Ivey, Mohamed Barry and DaiShon Neal knelt in a peaceful protest during the national anthem at Northwestern in September, it caused such a stir that several politicians, including Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts and two university regents, criticized the players actions. That was rare. In Nebraska, politicians rarely speak ill of the football team. Theyre more inclined to have at least one red sports coat in their closet.But from the start, Riley calmly and steadfastly stood by his players. He was grateful Rose-Ivey told him about it before the game.I said, Great, go for it. Just be prepared to answer to it, Riley says. He did, and I was so proud of him. I was most proud of the way he explained it to the team. It was at our walk-through the day before the game. They kind of embraced him, and he was very emotional.The benefit of having coached for a while is that I do have perspective that I have a job bigger than football.For years, Brenda Tracy would hear people say how Mike Riley was such a nice guy. And it made her sick. She wondered whether she was the only one on the planet who didnt like him. She had her reasons.Tracy says she was gang-raped 18 years ago by four men, two of whom played for Riley at Oregon State. Tracy hated Riley because he gave the players a one-game suspension.Riley says he never read the police report; he just saw that the players had been arrested and the charges had been dropped. In 2014, Tracy went public with her story, and suddenly Mike Riley was in the national spotlight. Riley says he felt terrible when he heard it. He knew he had to do something. He had to tell her he was sorry. Sexual assaults on college campuses are on the rise, and Riley wanted Tracy to come to Lincoln to speak to his players.I could get in front of the team and give all these life lessons, Riley says, but nothing would be more compelling than coming from a victim. And she was unbelievably brave. I was really proud of her, and I was proud of our team. I think it was a great day for our team.Tracy went to Lincoln in June and had no idea how it would go. She was anxious that she might get in front of the team and be traumatized all over again. But it wound up being cathartic. Riley and Tracy embraced, and he seemed to genuinely care.It could have ended there, and Tracy would be lying if she didnt wonder at first whether the whole thing was a PR stunt. But then Riley called a few times, checking in to see if she was OK.He invited her to come back, and on Nov. 12, shell be in Lincoln for the Minnesota game.Its interesting that Ive kind of become part of his narrative, Tracy says. My trajectory couldve been very different when I went to Nebraska. I didnt really know for sure what I was walking into.It was a very pivotal moment for me. It is not something I will ever forget.Five days before the Wisconsin game on Saturday, Riley sits in his office with his eyes occasionally glancing over to a TV with The Weather Channel on. Dee walks in after a tennis match, and they make plans for lunch.They met when they were in college at Alabama. Her Southern accent is still fairly pronounced. They hung out together for about two years in a big group of friends, and sometimes, Dee and Mike would walk across campus to get an ice cream cone. It was so easy to talk to him.I liked him so much, she says. Like like-liked him.They got married and had two kids, and were entrenched in Corvallis, Oregon, when Nebraska came calling. Riley figured he and Dee had one last adventure in them. Hes 63 now, but when he wears a ball cap over his mostly bald head, Riley looks a lot younger. Nebraska, he says, will be his last coaching job.One of the things Dee loves about Riley: Theres no drama with him. Not once during 2015, through the paint fumes and the losses and hotel, did either of them question why they were here.Its just life, she says. You deal with what you have to deal with, and you just do the next right thing and dont spend any time agonizing over it. Thats the way Mike is, and I love being around him because hes not a worrier. Life is too short not to have fun and not to enjoy people and your family and your friends.Life marches on, and Riley recently told Gerald Foltz that they miss him at practice. He encouraged him to come back any time he wants. Gerald joked that sure, hed be back if Riley traded places with him on the combine.The hardest road trip of the year comes Saturday. The Foltzes will be less than an hour away from the place where their son died on a two-lane road near Merton, Wisconsin. But they will go and embrace this family that Riley has created.After Sam died, Riley told the couple that their son used to put his arm around him and ask how his day was. No matter what Riley said, Foltz always had the same answer: Its going to be OK. Cheap Hoodies From China Discount NFL Shirts Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Fast Shipping China Jerseys Stitched Jerseys ' ' ' 
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