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Norfolk, VA (SportsNetwork. Jimmy Garoppolo Jersey .com) - Theres no doubt Bethune-Cookman is followed by the letter D. Bethune-Cookman defensive lineman Rony Barrow was a part of two fourth-quarter safeties and the 20th-ranked Wildcats held Norfolk State to 67 yards of offense for a 13-7 victory in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Thursday night. The battle of the two top defenses in the MEAC - and two of the top three in the nation - lived up to its billing as Bethune-Cookman (8-2, 5-1) broke a five-way tie atop the conference. The Spartans fell to 4-6 and 4-2. Barrow and Tyre Simmons tackled NSUs Aaron Daniel in the end zone for a safety to give Bethune-Cookman an 8-7 lead early in the fourth quarter. After Ben Noboa kicked a 24-yard field goal with 10:25 left, Barrow and David Perry combined on a safety of quarterback Terrance Ervin at the 1:21 mark. An interception by linebacker Deon King in the first quarter set up NSUs only touchdown - a 16-yard scoring pass from Ervin to Chris Lee. Bethune-Cookman pulled within 7-6 midway through the second quarter on Quentin Williams 23-yard pass to Jhomo Gordon, but the Wildcats missed the PAT. Bethune-Cookman had 217 yards of offense. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- The Sports Network FCS Top 25 Friday, Nov. 7 No. 9 Fordham (9-1, 5-0 Patriot) 30, Bucknell (7-2, 301) 27, OT Fordham clinched at least a share of the Patriot League title as well as the leagues automatic FCS playoff bid, becoming the first team to qualify this season. Quarterback Peter Maetzolds 10-yard touchdown pass to Tebucky Jones Jr. ended the overtime after Derek Mauers 44-yard field goal gave Bucknell a 27-24 lead. Chase Edmonds scored on a pair of short runs, including a 4-yarder with 2:05 left in the fourth quarter to force overtime. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Saturday, Nov. 8 No. 1 North Dakota State (9-0, 5-0 Missouri Valley) at No. 19 Northern Iowa (5-4, 3-2), 5 p.m. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 2 New Hampshire (7-1, 5-0 CAA) at Rhode Island (0-9, 0-5), 12:30 p.m. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 3 Coastal Carolina (9-0, 3-0 Big South) at Charlotte (3-5), noon ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 4 Jacksonville State (7-1, 5-0 OVC) at No. 16 Eastern Kentucky (8-1, 5-1), 1 p.m. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Stephen F. 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Toronto will also send a 2015 second-round pick to Atlanta in the deal. Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri had been shopping Salmons and his cap-friendly contract through last weeks draft, hoping to turn him into an asset that can help the team next season. The 34-year-old can be bought out of the $7 million hes owed in 2014-15, the final year of his deal, for just $1 million if hes waived prior to Monday evening.Demetrious Johnson knows he only has so many years left to ply his trade in the fight game. Though hes merely 27 years old — and has already firmly etched his name in the record books as the inaugural UFC flyweight champion — Johnson is ready to entertain opportunities outside the octagon. In doing so, he hopes to take a page from womens bantamweight titleholder Ronda Rousey by filming movies between bouts. "Ronda Rousey was in The Expendables 3, then she fought Miesha Tate, then she did Entourage and now shes doing Fast & Furious 7," Johnson told UFC.ca during a phone interview. "So shes found the perfect balance in her career. "I mean, who knows, I might be a horrible actor. The only way to find out is if you try it." Johnson admitted his desire to explore the silver screen is at least partly due to his lengthy layoff between fights. The 125-pound kingpins most recent outing saw him deliver one of the most vicious knockouts of 2013, when he starched Joseph Benavidez with a beautifully-timed right hook in December. He now looks to net his fourth consecutive title defence when he meets heavy-handed striker Ali Bagautinov in the main event of UFC 174 in Vancouver, B.C. June 14. Johnson said he could easily jump from a film set back into full-time training without missing a beat. "I think Im ready for it," said Johnson. "I could go act for maybe two months and then Ive got another four months to get ready for a fight, which is way more time than I need. So theres a lot of downtime between my fights and it doesnt hurt to look into doing different things. "Obviously there werent a lot of No. 1 contenders in the division with me beating Joseph, John Dodson, John Moraga and Ian McCall. So there wasnt a No. 1 contender. I think the UFC wanted to put me on ice a little bit. I fought three times last year — thats more than any other champion recently." Though growing his name value is a big motivator, Johnsons key focus remains providing for his family. This past July, he and his wife, Destiny, welcomed their first-born son, Tyren. Of course, should Mighty Mouses star continue to rise, further stability for his loved ones will surely follow. Johnson said he hasnt let the pressures of fatherhood encroach upon his duties as champion. "My wife is a stay-at-home mother and she does a fantastic job watching my son while Im training," Johnson said. "She knows how important my training is when Im getting ready for my fights. So it hasnt really changed a lot. Obviously when Im out of the gym and at home Im hands-on with my son and spending time with family. Other than that, it really hasnt changed. "Obviously you want to train your butt off. That way you can make good money and provide for them. Other than that, its my career and Ive been doing it for a long time now. So now having anotherr mouth to feed makes it a little more serious, but I try not to let the emotion of that get to me. Authentic Dion Lewis Jersey. I try to go out there and do my best." When it comes to establishing himself as a draw in mixed martial arts, UFC 174 could represent a watershed moment for Johnson. The card marks his first time headlining a pay-per-view event. Thankfully for Johnson his name has been bolstered by three stunning performances on FOX cards in 2013. On top of knocking out Benavidez, he topped Dodson in a thrilling war and dispatched Moraga with a slick fifth-round armbar. Johnson feels his showings on FOX will translate to pay-per-view buys, but said his biggest concern is simply getting the job done against Bagautinov. "I just try not to think about it and let it happen naturally," said Johnson. "Obviously this is my first pay-per-view and I hope it sells very well, but at the end of the day Im just going to go out there, fight and compete. Hopefully people want to tune in and watch me fight. Its going to be a great fight. Ali Bagautinov is a great fighter and is coming off a three-fight win streak in the UFC." A talented Combat Sambo fighter, Bagautinov has been on a tear since debuting with the UFC in September. Following an impressive TKO victory against Marcos Vinicius, he secured consecutive decision wins over Tim Elliott and John Lineker to earn a flyweight title shot. Johnson said he and Bagautinov will give fans their moneys worth. "Hes a great fighter and always comes ready to fight," Johnson stated. "He has great wrestling and hits hard. Hes ready to try and take my title. Its going to make for a good fight because I dont go down easy. I dont go down without a fight and I think that right there is good enough for people to tune in." ----- The mixed martial arts world is still buzzing following newly-crowned UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaws spectacular upset over Renan Barao. Despite being a heavy underdog going into UFC 173 this past Saturday, Dillashaw put on a striking clinch en route to a fifth-round TKO victory. Though many were shocked by Dillashaws dismantling of Barao, UFC flyweight titleholder Demetrious Johnson was hardly surprised by the outcome. "I knew Dillashaw was going to bring a fight like that," Johnson told UFC.ca. "Thats how Dillashaw fights all the time. Dillashaw, out of the Team Alpha Male guys, hes one of the best fighters. He puts it together very well with the wrestling, feints, movement, angles — he does that all very well. So I kind of knew when he was going in to fight Renan Barao that it was going to be a great fight. I knew T.J. was going to bring the fight to him. "Youve seen with Renan Baraos last opponents they kind of wait back and respect him, but I knew T.J. was going to go fight him. Youve seen it in all his previous fights." Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '


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