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Rutgers, when still in the Big East, last made the Final Four in 2007. Michigan State is the last longtime Big Ten member to go to the Final Four, in 2005. Purdue (1999) is the only team to win an NCAA title as a member of the Big Ten.
“We try to have a great process every day to make sure we get better,” McGuff said. “That we take steps toward building an identity that will allow us to get there. Specifically, we know we have to get better defensively and be a better rebounding team.
Currently, tight end Charles Clay — who has not played since Oct. 8 because of a knee injury — leads Buffalo in receiving yards with 258. Bills wide receivers have caught 45 passes for 594 yards, the lowest totals for that position group in the NFL.
With the Patriots releasing the running back into the route scheme, Garoppolo knows he has to find his inside hot read and unload the ball (with a free rusher coming off the edge). Plus, Garoppolo has to deliver the ball quickly as the linebacker (orange circle) matches inside to Danny Amendola (yellow circle). This window closes in a hurry, but Garoppolo puts the ball right past the ear of the defender to complete the pass.
It’s an aggressive throw, but it’s also calculated with the defender playing with his back to Garoppolo. Even from a parallel platform, Garoppolo can fit this ball in to Amendola to beat the coverage scheme.
But as GIFs pulsed across the hockey world, Matthews stewed. It had been his assignment that night—Senators forward Kyle Turris—who struck the game-winner in overtime. When Brian met his son after the game, he recalls, “the first words out of Auston’s mouth were, ‘I kind of blew it there and let my man get free.’ ”
Schneider said the Seahawks are inheriting Brown’s current deal from Houston, which runs through 2018, and that there is no new deal beyond that. Brown is owed about $5 million for the remainder of this season and is scheduled to make $9.75 million in 2018.
“Because we acquired Duane, we want him to finish his career here and have him be here for several more years,” Schneider said.
How about the Browns? What would this mean for the AFC North? I guess we’ll never know as AJ McCarron will play out the rest of this year in Cincinnati (well, bench out this year) and during the offseason we’ll learn if he’s going to be a UFA or RFA.
I know I had a San Diego State pass-catcher last week, but Wieneke caught eight passes for 97 yards and three TDs in a 52-24 win over Western Illinois. He has 11 TDs in eight games this year and 54 for his career.
The matchup that matters most: If the Dodgers had won Game 5, we would likely be talking about Cody Bellinger as the leading candidate for World Series MVP, a stunning development considering that he was hitless in 13 at-bats to begin the series. Since then, though, the rookie first baseman has been the Dodgers’ best hitter. In his past seven at-bats, he has four hits, all for extra bases (two doubles, one triple, one homer), and five RBIs. But Bellinger was 0-for-2 with two strikeouts in Game 2 against Verlander. As a left-handed bat in the middle of the order, the Dodgers will need him to deliver if they are to have much chance of knocking Verlander out relatively early.
The prediction: A series this good deserves a Game 7. It’s difficult to see it happening, though, especially given the magnitude of the gut punch the Dodgers took in Game 5 and the way Verlander has rolled through the postseason. The Astros wrap this thing up with a taut 3-1 victory and head home for a Texas-sized celebration.
Milwaukee Bucks head coach Jason Kidd believes Russell Westbrook’s aggressiveness is comparable to that of a Hall of Famer in a different sport.
Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo knew much of the focus in Tuesday’s game would be on his matchup with Westbrook. But Antetokounmpo spent much of the first quarter on the bench with two fouls, and the Bucks struggled from the 3-point line, opening 1-of-14.
“I’m not trying to get into ‘who versus who,'” Antetokounmpo said before the game. “My mindset is getting going tonight and helping my team win. And us playing hard and getting better. … We just got to trust our game plan. Do what we do as a team, even though, of course, they have a lot of weapons, they have a lot of superstars. We just got to trust one another.”
Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett added another line to his record-setting résumé as a Buckeye on Saturday.
Barrett’s second-quarter touchdown toss to Terry McLaurin was the 91st of his Ohio State career, and he passed former Purdue quarterback Drew Brees for the most touchdown passes ever thrown in the Big Ten.
Barrett went on to throw three more TDs on the day, as the sixth-ranked Buckeyes rallied for a 39-38 triumph against the No. 2 Nittany Lions.
“I just did my job and tried to do the best for my team,” Barrett told Fox Sports after the game.
Barrett, a senior, has thrown for 25 scores and only one interception this season. The record-breaker went to McLaurin on a 14-yard slant route for the Buckeyes’ first touchdown Saturday.
Watson’s fourth touchdown gave the Texans a 38-34 lead. The rookie quarterback finished 19-of-30 for 402 yards and three interceptions, including a first-quarter pick-six.
The Seahawks went on to win the game 41-38.
What you didn’t see is consistency in how the numbers sunk across the board, something the owners showed concern over inside those meetings rooms. Consider these:
There are six time-related viewing windows the NFL measures every week. Through six weeks, the NFL’s ratings were down in 22 of 36 windows.
Move over, Martavis Bryant. There’s a new trade rumor this week.
University of South Dakota football players face charges in an alleged assault this month at an off-campus residence.
The Basics: Located on top of The Hampton Inn, this rooftop bar has got the views…and the prices to accompany that view. You won’t be getting super cheap beer here, but you will be getting a look at Nats Park—”full infield and partial outfield views.” Obviously prepare to combat the crowds if you want a good spot.
Wentz wasn’t quite as effective against the 49ers on Sunday. The 2016 second overall pick wasn’t bad by any means, but he threw an ugly interception to set up the 49ers for a (relatively meaningless) touchdown. The interception came on third down, where both Wentz and the Eagles have been lights out this season, but the 49ers — who possessed the league’s worst third-down defense heading into the game — held the Eagles to a 4-for-14 performance on third down.
NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart said, however, that both players still could face fines for their actions.
Many were keeping an eye on the Week 8 NFL scoreboard with the playoff picture in mind even though the halfway point of the 2017 NFL season had not yet arrived. Division races were tight entering Week 8, with only the Eagles having more than a one-game lead in their division.
The indictment alleges that Bannon, without authorization, signed a contract with a concert promoter on behalf of the Park Commission that personally awarded him numerous free VIP tickets worth $6,240 to three concerts staged in the summer of 2015. The contract provided that Bannon could host up to 50 guests at each concert, including access to a VIP hospitality tent.
Peters replaced fifth-year senior John O’Korn during the second quarter of a 35-14 victory against Rutgers over the weekend. Peters led the Wolverines to touchdowns on his first three drives in what amounted to his first significant playing time as a college quarterback. He finished the game 10-of-14 passing for 124 yards and 1 touchdown.
Harbaugh said he wasn’t ready to name a starter this early in the week, but he complimented Peters’ play against Rutgers.
“We’re going in the way we have, preparing both quarterbacks,” he said. “Not naming a starter today, and we’ll see how the week progresses. Our system is a meritocracy, where the best players play. It was time for Brandon to play. He went in and acquitted himself very well.”
Harbaugh said he was certain Peters will play at some point against the Gophers. Michigan’s coaching staff made the decision before this past Saturday’s game to get the former four-star prospect into the game against Rutgers. He later explained that there is a better chance than not that the second-year player will be the first quarterback on the field against Minnesota.
The NFL will finally change a rule that barred rookies from participating in organized team activities (OTAs) if their school was still in session, according to Pro Football Talk.
This is going to sound familiar, but there’s no injury on the 49ers that matters more right now than linebacker Reuben Foster’s high ankle sprain. Foster appeared to be on the verge of a return last week, but coach Kyle Shanahan resisted the urge to bring Foster back, despite an apparent flood of hope that he could return. “A lot of guys in this building wanted him to play pretty bad, and I know Reuben did,” Shanahan said. “He was close all week. But I didn’t think he put together three days 100 percent like we wanted him to, and I just had to go against what we wanted, and I felt like it was much better for Reuben. It was tough to do, but I’m glad we did it.” Shanahan said Wednesday that he is “very optimistic” that Foster will return this week. — Nick Wagoner
With word that left guard Luke Joeckel will be out for another month or so following knee surgery, the biggest question mark on the injury front is Michael Bennett. The bye week allowed him to rest the plantar fascia foot injury he suffered in Week 5, and though Bennett didn’t practice Wednesday, he said he plans to play Sunday against the Giants. “He feels like he’s going to play, but he’s going to need all these days to keep healing,” coach Pete Carroll said. Bennett’s availability would be significant not only because he plays more than any other Seattle defensive linemen when healthy but also because the Seahawks are already without their other Pro Bowl defensive end, Cliff Avril, who’s out indefinitely with a neck/spine injury. — Brady Henderson
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is dealing with a thigh injury, and will not play tonight against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Five interceptions is awfully close to four turnovers, and while Bortles played horribly, he did technically play better than Roethlisberger when it comes to passer rating — so this all checks out.
Steelers fans were making fun of Jones-Drew for his prediction earlier in the week, but he’s laughing last. It’s not the first time this has happened either. Before Week 1 Patriots fans mercilessly mocked MJD for saying the Chiefs would win and giving Andy Reid the edge in “coaching” over Bill Belichick.
Two weeks ago, he got laughed at for saying Marcedes Lewis would be the reason the Jaguars beat the Ravens. The tight end entered the game with zero catches in the first two games of the season, but caught three touchdowns in London.
The lone offensive bright spot was that Brian Griese looked like a quarterback who might possibly combine the best of Rex — ability to make daring plays down the field — and the best of Kyle Orton — ability to win games without doing too much.
When the Bears got the ball back after Peterson’s third touchdown, Griese tried to do both and instead did neither. He went deep to Muhsin Muhammad and was intercepted.
Well, miracle of miracles, the Vikings were still splitting carries between Peterson (who had 231 yards rushing at that point) and Taylor (who had 78). Taylor ran twice for a net gain of two yards, Peterson gained two on 3rd and 8, and they punted back to the Bears, who inherited prime field position at their own 47.
That’s too much time for Rodgers, who took advantage. He kept Green Bay’s last drive alive with an 18-yard scramble.
Rodgers capped that off with a 12-yard dime to Adams. Adams was back on the field after taking a brutal hit from Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan last week that landed Adams in the hospital with a concussion.
Benjamin has worked on the sideline periodically the past few weeks of practice to strengthen the left knee that he tweaked in a 34-13 loss to New Orleans in Week 3.
Benjamin went down awkwardly in the second quarter when tackled from behind after a short catch over the middle. On the play, the left knee that suffered a season-ending ACL tear during the 2015 training camp twisted under the defender. Benjamin sat out the remainder of the game.
An MRI showed no structural damage, and Benjamin has played the past three games. He had nine catches for 99 yards in last Thursday’s loss to Philadelphia. He ranks third on the team in receptions with 26 catches for 371 yards and a touchdown.
But Wednesday was the first time Benjamin left practice.
Meanwhile, middle linebacker Luke Kuechly remains in the concussion protocol for the third time in three years. His status for Sunday’s game at Chicago remains uncertain.
He rode a stationary bike during the media portion of Wednesday’s practice.
It’s difficult to trust Vaccaro after years of vacillating between superstar and scrub, but if he can be anything close to this impactful the rest of the way, he’s going to have a big contract year.
There was no reason to believe that all of the Texans’ hopes would have to ride on a rookie quarterback’s back thanks to all that defense they brought back. But they were failing on that side even before they lost J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus last week. Somehow, it ended up being Deshaun Watson or nothing. They should get away with it against the awful Browns, but not against too many others.
New England has underachieved, and New York has overachieved. The balance of the universe is restored here, though, as the Patriots will be healthier after bonus rest, and the Jets just can’t take enough flight on the scoreboard. Side note: Somehow, Tom Brady is older than Josh McCown.
Dallas dominated the first period, winning 17 of 22 faceoffs. Jason Spezza won six of seven draws, including one that set up Klingberg’s goal at 9:15.
“We’ve got to do a better job in the faceoff circle,” Detroit coach Jeff Blashill said. “The one thing I’d say with that is we’re very worried about taking the penalty. I guess I’ve got to wait for the league and see if they’ve called any yet.”
On Seguin’s power-play goal at 19:29, Klingberg passed cross-ice to Seguin at the top of the left circle. His shot banked in off the right post.
They sent out Anthony’s $26.2 million salary and got back Enes Kanter, who has an $18.6 million player option for 2018-19, and Doug McDermott, who is in the final year of his rookie contract.
Assuming Kanter, Ron Baker and Kyle O’Quinn all exercise their player options for 2018-19, the Knicks will have $91 million in guaranteed contracts heading into July.
That would leave them with around $10 million in cap space (the 2018 salary cap is projected at $101 million). But that number doesn’t factor in the salary for their 2018 draft pick or McDermott’s $9.8 million free-agent cap hold. The specific salary for a first-round pick depends on where he is selected. But for reference, Frank Ntilikina, selected eighth by the Knicks in the 2017 NBA draft, has a first-year salary of $3.5 million.
Steelers offensive lineman Marcus Gilbert suffered a hamstring injury earlier in the half and is questionable to return.
No. 6 seed — Falcons (3-2): Second place, NFC South. They looked fine and not hungover at all after beating Chicago, Green Bay and Detroit to open the season. But then came Buffalo and Miami to shock them inside their new digs. The Dolphins game and a blown 17-0 halftime lead was a tough Super Bowl flashback.
Who’s right behind: Saints (3-2), Redskins (3-2), Seahawks (3-2). New Orleans is pushing close to the top. Seattle is bound to fly up there soon. Washington is headed to a lot more inconsistency.