Welsh duo loses race row with Royal & Sun

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Chelsea eyeing ‘impossible’ Ter Stegen raid

first_img Chelsea are willing to include Kepa in a deal as well as significant monies for the 28-year-old. read also:​Lampard to develop his own tactical identity for Chelsea Despite Barca’s willingness to balance their books with several sales this summer, however, Ter Stegen is one player they will keep hold of. Renewing the goalkeeper’s contract, which runs out in 2022, is a “priority” for the Barcelona board. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Chelsea are eyeing an “impossible” move for Barcelona goalkeeper, Marc-Andre Ter Stegen. Blues boss Frank Lampard is reportedly keen to find a replacement for Kepa Arrizabalaga. Lampard is unsure about the Spaniard’s longevity in the role. Several reports have linked the likes of Ajax’s Andre Onana and Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak with a move to west London. Now, Mundo Deportivo claims Barca’s Ter Stegen is the Blues’ “impossible dream”. The Spanish source says that while Chelsea are aware of the difficulties they will face in trying to sign Germany, they are willing to try.Advertisementcenter_img Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist MagnetsHere Are The Top 10 Tiniest Mobile Phones On The Planet!Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The Worldlast_img read more

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​Newcastle Supporters Trust want answers for failed takeover

first_img “It’s obviously very disappointing. We were very lucky for Amanda Staveley to reach out to our chair, Alex Hurst, where Amanda expressed her disappointment that we find ourselves in this current situation with regard to the takeover – and we want answers. “We want to know why the Premier League have taken the steps they have taken and what steps they have taken. read also:End of discussion as Newcastle United takeover talks crashes “The Premier League hold an incredible amount of power as to the future of our football club and who owns it so it’s only right that they tell the fans why it’s in the situation that it’s in. “When we return to games at St James’ Park – we also travel the land to follow our club in the Premier League – we deserve to know why the Premier League have taken the steps they have taken and what they have done to protect Newcastle United in this whole process.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Newcastle United fans are demanding answers regarding the club’s failed takeover bid. Many had expected the Magpies to be taken over by a Saudi-backed consortium this summer. But the deal did not go through, as the consortium pulled out over concerns at not being approved by the Premier League. Now Newcastle United Supporters’ Trust want answers. NUST board member Thomas Concannon posted a video message on Twitter. He said: “The fact we keep building that membership is fantastic; the more members we have, the more powerful a voice we have in situations like this. “Naturally, it’s been quite a disappointing week, if not months, for Newcastle fans to sit through this takeover ordeal and for it to reach the conclusion it has with very little information made available to us.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Kollross IMCA Modified Memorial win goes to Reinwald

first_imgRuss Reinwald was the IMCA Modified winner at Luxemburg Speedway’s Doc Kollross Memorial. (Photo by Joe Slack, Dan Lewis Photo.Net)By Edward AnschutzLUXEMBURG, Wis. (June 9) – Russ Reinwald withstood an onslaught of challenges over the fi­nal 10 laps to score the IMCA Modified win Friday at Luxemburg Speedway’s Doc Kollross Memo­rial.Luck of the draw put Reinwald on the pole for the 25-lap headliner. Reinwald raced to an early lead but a caution on lap six bunched the field and the race was on when the green flag flew.The first challenger was Tyler Hackett as he ran the extreme high side to pull even with Reinwald. Reinwald switched to the same line and pulled away from Hackett.Shawn Kilgore took his turn next, mounting a challenge down low as Reinwald ran the cushion, Pulling even for the lead as laps clicked away. Kilgore kept the pressure on but Reinwald held strong up top to take the win.Kilgore had to settle for second place pay, Hackett was third, Benji LaCrosse came through a last chance race and started 19th to finish fourth. Brian Mullen completed the top five. When the checker flew you could’ve thrown a blanket over the top five.Other Friday feature winners were John Heinz in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Wyatt Block Jr. in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and Mitch Meier in the Mach-1 Sport Compacts.In all, 124 racers saw action Friday at Luxemburg.last_img read more

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Restart sets stage for Stanford’s late-race heroics at Pat Pettit Memorial

first_imgWATSONVILLE, Calif. (Oct. 2-3) – A restart with two laps left set the stage for Alex Stanford’s late-race heroics Saturday at Ocean Speedway.Stanford drove by Friday winner Bobby Hogge IV to capture the $3,003 Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified checkers on night two of the Pat Pettit Memorial.A spot on the ballot for the 2016 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational accompanied the big check.Stanford led the first four laps from the pole before Hogge came from second row start to take lead. Passing continued through mid-pack and the light stayed green until fourth running Andy Obertello brought out the caution with a couple laps to go.Stanford outgunned Hogge for the lead on the restart and paced the pack for the win ahead of Hogge, Ryan Porter, Kellen Chadwick and Paul Stone.Chadwick had drawn the Friday pole spot and took the immediate lead over Brian Cass and Hogge. He led the first 16 laps before Hogge led a pair. Chadwick was scored first again on lap 19 before Hogge took over for good.That win paid $2,003; Hogge was already an All-Star Invitational candidate.Friday night Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod victor Rick Diaz led the first nine laps of the Satur­day feature from the pole with fifth starting Nick Spainhoward quickly into second. A lap 10 restart saw Spainhoward grab the lead for the next 10 laps.A quick yellow for a slowing car changed the whole complexion of the event as multiple contacts between the top duo resulting in Spainhoward going to the rear for causing the yellow.The final pair of laps saw Diaz leading challenger Cale Kanke on the restart. Lurking in third was Fred Ryland who returned from a heat race crash to start 20th. Leading only the final lap, Ryland grabbed the $1,003 top prize to win over Diaz, Kanke and Matthew Hagio.Diaz paced the field after Wayne Dotson’s flip red-flagged the Friday feature. He took the $503 win ahead of Jeremy Hoff, Spainhoward and Ryland.Oct. 2 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Bobby Hogge IV; 2. Kellen Chadwick; 3. Brian Cass; 4. Jim Pettit II; 5. Andy Ober­tello; 6. Paul Stone; 7. Alex Stanford; 8. Ryan McDaniel; 9. Brad Pounds; 10. Darrell Hughes II; 11. Tim Balding; 12. Nick DeCarlo; 13. Kyle Wilson; 14. Troy Foulger; 15. James Alaga; 16. Randy McDaniel; 17. Aaron Crowell; 18. Jeff Decker; 19. Ethan Dotson; 20. Jimmy Reeves; 21. Stephen Hopf; 22. Cody Burke.Northern SportMods – 1. Rick Diaz; 2. Jeremy Hoff; 3. Nick Spainhoward; 4. Fred Ryland; 5. Mike Drake; 6. Mark Odgers; 7. Chris Falkenberg; 8. Cale Kanke; 9. Anthony Giuliani; 10. Trevor Clymens; 11. Nick Tucker; 12. Shawn Bryant; 13. Matthew Hagio; 14. Al Sotomayor; 15. Jack Hurley; 16. Josh Hensley; 17. Dwayne Short; 18. Wayne Dotson; 19. Al JohnsonOct. 3 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Stanford; 2. Hogge; 3. Ryan Porter; 4. Chadwick; 5. Stone; 6. Ryan McDaniel; 7. Balding; 8. Cody Burke; 9. Pounds; 10. Decker; 11. Foulger; 12. Hughes; 13. Kyle Wilson; 14. Alex Wilson; 15. Randy McDaniel; 16. Todd Hermosillo; 17. Austin Burke; 18. Kenny Nott; 19. Crowell; 20. Obertello; 21. Pettit; 22. Cass; 23. Salazar.Northern SportMods – 1. Ryland; 2. Diaz; 3. Kanke; 4. Hagio; 5. Odgers; 6. Paul Espino; 7. Clymens; 8. Drake; 9. Steve Stone; 10. Falkenberg; 11. Giuliani; 12. Tucker; 13. Hensley; 14. Sotomayor; 15. Spainhoward; 16. Tim Elias; 17. Darren Thomas; 18. Hoff; 19. Hurley; 20. Short; 21. Johnson; 22. Bryant.last_img read more

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Police arrest 22-year-old man accused of molesting 6-month-old, and posting assault video online

first_imgU.S. Marshals arrested a 22-year-old man accused of molesting a 6-month-old baby.According to Enid Police, Brice Gage Watkins sexually assaulted a 6-month-old baby, recorded the assault and posted the video on social media. Watkins faces charges of lewd and lascivious acts with a child under 12 and manufacturing child pornography among others. Police said in mid-August that they believed officers from a different jurisdiction had taken Watkins into custody. However, it turned out to be someone else.A manhunt was then launched for Watkins.On Thursday officials were able to capture and arrest Watkins.last_img

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Tennis News Wawrinka falls for tall tale at Wimbledon as Djokovic waits

first_imgLondon: Three-time major winner Stan Wawrinka was knocked out of Wimbledon on Wednesday, falling in five sets to 6ft 11in (2.1m) Reilly Opelka as defending champion Novak Djokovic waited to push his bid for a fifth title. Two-time quarter-finalist Wawrinka, 34, was beaten 7-5, 3-6, 4-6, 6-4, 8-6 by his American opponent, the tallest man in the sport and 13 years his junior.Opelka fired 23 aces and 59 winners and goes on to face either 2016 runner-up Milos Raonic of Canada or Robin Haase of the Netherlands.Opelka will be appearing in the third round at a Slam for the first time having never won a grass court match in his career prior to coming to Wimbledon.Wawrinka won warm applause for giving a line judge a warm embrace after accidentally colliding with her as he sprinted to hit a backhand.“I was a bit too far to return a serve. I think I went against her, so I was sure she had some pain and was not happy, so I gave her a little hug,” said the genial Swiss.Also feeling the pain was Russia’s Margarita Gasparyan who was forced to retire when just two points from victory against Ukraine eighth seed Elina Svitolina.World number 62 Gasparyan was 7-5, 5-4 ahead when she collapsed to the ground on Court Three, suffering with cramping.Although she bravely tried to continue, the Russian, who has undergone three knee surgeries in her career, was forced to quit.Djokovic’s path to a fifth title was eased on Monday when potential title rivals Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev were knocked out of his section of the draw.Later Wednesday, the top seed takes on world number 111 Denis Kudla of the United States where he will attempt to make the last 32 for the 14th time.The Kiev-born Kudla, who moved to the US with his parents on his first birthday, made the third round in 2015, knocking out Zverev in the first round.Cori Gauff, just 15 years old, was the sensation of the first round when she stunned five-time champion Venus Williams having already become the youngest player to qualify for Wimbledon.She faces 30-year-old Magdalena Rybarikova who made the semi-finals in 2017. For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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Ambris praised for the transformation of his game

first_imgLINCOLN, New Zealand (CMC) – West Indies latest batting recruit, Sunil Ambris, has been praised for the way he has transformed his game, in order to make the rise to the international level.The 24-year-old has scored heavily over the last year, subsequently forcing his way into the West Indies one-day squad before being recently called up for the Test tour of New Zealand.He sent a clear signal to tour selectors with an audacious 153 off 145 balls in the three-day tour match against New Zealand A which ended here yesterday.“Having seen Sunil at the Under-19 level – he obviously toured Australia with the West Indies in 2012 when I was coach – I know Sunil quite well,” said assistant coach Roddy Estwick.“What he has done (since then), he’s made adjustments to his game. He doesn’t hit the ball much in the air at all, he knows where to find a single, he’s quite organised. He’s carried the good form forward.”The right-handed Ambris was in superb form in the last first class season, amassing 608 runs at an average of 43 – including a cracking double century of 231 against Leeward Islands Hurricanes in March.He also piled up 423 runs in the Regional Super50 to be one of the leading run-getters.On the one-day tour of England last September, he stroked an unbeaten 38 in his only innings before returning to the Caribbean to plunder two centuries in the two-match four-day ‘Test’ series against Sri Lanka A.“I thought he batted well in the one game he played in England and he went to the A team and got two centuries as well, so he’s brought that confidence and that form (with him),” Estwick noted.Last weekend’s hundred helped Ambris press his case for a spot in the starting XI in the first Test against the Black Caps bowling off December 1 in Wellington.But Estwick said aside from Ambris’s form, what had impressed him even more was the player’s attitude to improvement.“What I admired most about him when the fast bowlers wanted to have a workout during the first day (of the tour match),” Estwick explained.“Sunil was the first to put his pads on and he said to me, ‘I’m batting the five best fast bowlers in the region’ and the best five best fast bowlers had about an hour, hour-and-a-half bowling at him.“He was able to bat them and he took that knock straight out in the middle and you could see the benefits from it.”last_img read more

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Update on the latest sports

first_imgThe PGA Tour said he died Friday in a Chicago hospital of Alzheimer’s.Gonzalez played 119 events over a four-year span from 1985 through 1988, when he finished 207th on the money list. The Californian’s lone victory was in 1986 when he made five birdies and an eagle over his final nine holes of the second round for a 63 and a one-shot lead. But the 36-hole final because of rain was wiped out, and Gonzales was the winner.His largest payoff was $48,000 for a tie for third in the Vantage Championship, two weeks after his victory in Pensacola. That tournament was cut to 54 holes because of bad weather.Gonzalez played at least one PGA Tour event every year through 2003. He also worked at a beverage distributorship in Las Vegas. His lone PGA Tour Champions event after turning 50 was the Senior British Open in 2011. He missed the cut.COLLEGE FOOTBALL-OBIT-HOFFPAUIR In other developments related to the coronavirus pandemic:— NFL teams have been given the league’s OK to begin reopening their facilities on Tuesday if state and local governments will allow it. In a memo to the 32 teams obtained by The Associated Press, Commissioner Roger Goodell stressed that the clubs must follow protocols developed by the league medical officer and comply with any additional public health requirements in their jurisdiction.” Facilities have been closed since late March due to the coronavirus pandemic.— Horse racing is in a state of transition at a time usually reserved for Triple Crown season. The Preakness would have been run Saturday in Baltimore, but Pimlico Race Course and many tracks across North America remain dark because of the coronavirus pandemic. There is some light at the end of the tunnel as tracks including Churchill Downs in Kentucky and Santa Anita Park in California are getting back to live racing without fans. That trend could be a lifeline for owners and trainers with smaller barns who have been suffering without steady income.— The head of the World Health Organization said Saturday it will not be easy to make next year’s Tokyo Olympics a safe global gathering after the pandemic. Speaking at a joint news conference with the IOC, the WHO’s director general called for “national unity and global solidarity” to fight the coronavirus outbreak ahead of the Olympics. The Summer Games, postponed this year, should bring athletes from more than 200 countries to Japan. The opening ceremony is now due on July 23, 2021.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 May 16, 2020 Associated Press Ex-Stanford two-sport star Zach Hoffpauir dies at 26UNDATED (AP) — Zach Hoffpauir, a two-sport standout at Stanford who was recently hired to coach safeties on the University of Northern Colorado football team, has died at age 26. The university says he died in his sleep Thursday.Hoffpauir earned All-Pac 12 honors as a safety in football and played two seasons in the Arizona Diamondbacks’ minor league system after starring as an outfielder on the Cardinal baseball team. He was close friends with Carolina Panthers All-Pro running back Christian McCaffrey. It was Christian’s father Ed McCaffrey who hired Hoffpauir in February at Northern Colorado.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSGerman soccer resumes after two-month breakcenter_img Update on the latest sports Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditPGA-OBIT-GONZALEZErnie Gonzalez, winner of 1986 Pensacola Open, dies at 59PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Ernie Gonzalez, who spent four years on the PGA Tour and won the Pensacola Open in 1986, has died. He was 59. UNDATED (AP) — Professional soccer has resumed in Germany after a two-month break.It returned today with four games in the second division, followed a short time later by a match in Germany’s top league, the Bundesliga (BOON’-dehsh-lee-guh). The games are being played in empty stadiums amid strict hygiene measures.As Borussia Dortmund prepared to host Schalke in a normally fierce local rivalry, the song “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” a favorite of Dortmund fans, echoed around the stadium. The arena has an 81,000 capacity but league rules permit just 213 people, including players, to be inside for the game, none of them supporters.The starting whistle could be heard outside. Calls and shouts from coaching staff and players, and the thud of the ball being kicked, reverberated around the mainly deserted stands.Team staff, and players who didn’t start, wore masks. Substitutes took their positions in the stands, rather than beside the fields as customary, while balls and seats were disinfected.last_img read more

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Live blog: USC v. Arizona State

first_imgStay tuned for updates for the impending game against Arizona State. For additional news, follow the Daily Trojan on Twitter at twitter.com/dailytrojan.Final – USC 34, ASU 33 – The Trojans couldn’t get a first down, but they hold on after running the clock down to 23 seconds and intercepting Threet as time expires. Not a pretty win, but USC will undoubtedly take it. The win moves them to 6-3, and 3-3 in the Pac-10. Thanks for tuning in, and be sure to check us out next week as the Trojans travel to Arizona to face the Wildcats!1:37 – 4th Quarter – USC 34, ASU 33 – Field goal attempt by ASU is NO good, and the Trojans take over possession. If USC can get a first down, the game is all but over, as ASU has no timeouts.3:06 – 4th Quarter – USC 34, ASU 33 – Field goal USC! Houston finally converts an attempt, nailing a 29-yarder when it matters most. The Trojans are up by 1, but this game is by no means over. USC’s special teams is able to make a tackle on the ensuing kickoff, so it will be up to ASU’s offense to put up a fight.7:00 – 4th Quarter – ASU 33, USC 31 – After the Sun Devils stop the Trojans offense for the first time in awhile, Threet leads the offense down field, converting a crucial third down that allows the Sun Devils to continue their drive.   The Trojans were penalized with a personal foul that cost them ten yards and one play later, Threet found Miles for a 10-yard score.  The Sun Devils attempt the PAT and it is blocked by Thomas Weber and recovered by Torin Harris for a two-point conversion.  The Trojans defense is not doing so well at an inopportune time, but there is still plenty of time left.  However, the special teams for the Trojans is playing very well.13:24 – 4th Quarter – USC 29, ASU 27 – The Trojans stopped the Sun Devils on a three-and-out to end a whirlwind third quarter that saw a pick-6 and a 100-yard kickoff return.  The offense seemed to be carrying that momentum into the fourth until Barkley threw a pass off Ausberry’s hands and into ASU’s Omar Bolden’s possession, who returns it 66 yards a pick-6.  Both teams now have interception returns for touchdowns.  The Sun Devils attempt a two-point conversion to try and tie the game, but the USC defense holds strong and preserves the lead.4:39 – 3rd Quarter – USC 29, ASU 14 – The Trojans offense responds right back as  Barkley orchestrates a seven play, 67-yard scoring drive that culminates in a 22-yard touchdown pass to Stanley Havili.  Barkley was efficient and looked great during that drive, spreading the ball around to three different receivers.USC 29, ASU 21 – Fourteen seconds later, the Sun Devils strike back as LeQuan Lewis returns the kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown.  Somehow, Lewis found a way through a heap of defenders and that was that.  This half has been electric to say the least as both teams have combined to put up more points in 11 minutes than the entire first half combined.7:34 – 3rd Quarter – USC 22, ASU 14 – Well, it didn’t take long for the Sun Devils to respond.  Threet atones for his mistake, promptly leading the offense downfield and finding Robinson in the end zone for his second score of the night.  The game is starting to pick up after a lackluster first half that saw a lot of defense and not much else.9:53 – 3rd Quarter – USC 22, ASU 7 – PICK-6! Malcolm Smith intercepts Threet and takes it 74 yards to the house!  Mitch Mustain finishes off the scoring with a pass to Ausberry to convert the two-point conversion.  Last year, Smith returned a 62-yard interception for a touchdown against UCLA.Hey guys, Trevor Wong filling in for the rest of this game.  Stay tuned for the second half of this game!End of 2nd Quarter – USC 14, ASU 7 – TOUCHDOWN USC! Wide receiver David Ausberry connects with Barkley for a 2-yard score — Barkley’s second of the night. There may not be many points on the board, but that’s not to say this game is lacking excitement. The final four minutes of the half featured a blocked punt by USC cornerback T.J. McDonald, an immediate interception after the fact by ASU, another Shareece Wright sack on Threet, a USC fourth down conversion, and finally a Trojan score.USC’s offense hasn’t broken a big play yet, but they are doing a good job keeping possession of the ball, logging almost 18 minutes so far. Barkley also showed some mobility with a 10-yard scamper for a first down. Definitely some positives to come out of the first half for USC, mostly relating to it’s defense.P.S. Houston may be 0 for 2 in field goals, but he is 2 for 2 in PATs. Silver lining anyone?4:46 – 2nd Quarter – ASU 7, USC 7 – TOUCHDOWN USC! The Trojans finally break out of their funk, finishing a meticulous drive down the field with a 15-yard touchdown pass from Barkley to tailback Marc Tyler to knot the game at 7-7. Arizona State’s defense has been solid for the most part, but they showed some weakness on this drive against the short outside passes that the Trojans utilized multiple times (including on Tyler’s scoring play). The crowd is re-energized, the team seems pumped up, and Joe Houston most definitely just breathed a sigh of relief about having to kick a PAT instead of a 30-yard field goal.11:02 – 2nd Quarter – ASU 7, USC 0 – Houston continues to disappoint, missing a 35-yarder wide right to keep the Trojans off the scoreboard. USC coach Lane Kiffin may be getting closer and closer to reverting back to his old gameplan of going for it on fourth down in the red zone. Fortunately for USC, it’s defense is looking stellar, forcing yet another punt. They currently have sacked Threet three times and have held him to 4 for 11 passing. You could say it’s been a battle of defense so far, but this match looks more like a game of “which offense will make less mistakes?” so far.End of 1st Quarter – ASU 7, USC 0 – Same story here folks…USC’s defense has held strong and forced another punt, but the Trojans have yet to get on the scoreboard. While Barkley stepped up and made some big throws on the last drive, he wasn’t able to connect with anyone for the touchdown, despite USC having a 1st & goal situation from the ASU 7 yard line. Senior kicker Joe Houston then came on and decided to test the durability of the Coliseum’s goal posts, banging a kick squarely off the right upright to keep USC at 0. It seems that the Trojans haven’t completely gotten over their early-season woes, but it is promising that USC’s defense can pick up any slack.7:18 1st Quarter – ASU 7, USC 0 – USC’s defense decided to show up, but the Trojan offense is still lagging behind. Barkley seems to be out of sync with his receivers, and the run game has not been established yet with freshman tailback Dillon Baxter filling the starting spot. The Trojans just punted for the second time in a row, and currently have only eight total yards of offense.The Sun Devils have taken over on offense and seem to have their running legs underneath them. USC’s run D has struggled stopping tailback Deantre Lewis, but have all but stuffed Threet and the ASU passing game. Threet is currently 3 for 6 on the night.13:23 1st Quarter – ASU 7, USC 0 – The Sun Devils jump to an immediate lead, needing only four plays to find the end zone against the Trojans. ASU wide receiver Jamal Miles found wide receiver T.J. Simpson for a 54 yard gain on a double pass trick play to kickstart the drive, and quarterback Steven Threet finished things with a 10 yard pass to wideout Gerell Robinson for the score. USc’s defense doesn’t seem to be in rhythm, and the offense doesn’t look much better. USC quarterback Matt Barkley missed wide-open wide receiver Robert Woods on a long pass attempt, and then could not find the first down. ASU now has the ball again.Pregame – Hey guys, it’s James Bianchi here providing the live blog updates for tonight’s game against Arizona State. Stay tuned!last_img read more

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