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Photo Gallery from Crew SC 2-0 win over Philadelphia Sunday night

Pre-game Festivities

 

Fans always enjoy themselves at Crew SC games

 

The Famous Nordecke at Mapfre Stadium. They love the team with a passion

 

Eloy Room warming up. Had his first shutout against Philadelphia 2-0. Has been a big asset replacing the popular Zack Steffen this summer

 

Wil Trapp (L) Josh Williams (M) and Artur (R) were determined to get a win for the team's supporters

 

Every team in the league tries to double up on Gyasi Zardes (11) with ball. But it opens up other players to score

 

Pedro Santos took control of the offense after Federico Higuain had a season ending injury. Santos proved that he could score and set up other players with the ball

 

Kacper Przybyłko looking to be set up to strike for Philadelphia. Has 15 goals to lead the Union. Had none on Sunday

MORE PHOTOS TO COME!

 

ALL PHOTOS TAKEN BY JESSICA LAICY

Blue Jackets Weekly Report: Season Opening Week playing Maple Leafs, Penguins & Sabres

 

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Ohio State Football announces Champions from Nebraska game

 

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27 Players Earn Champion Honors Following Win at Nebraska

Fuller, Okudah, Alabi and Haubeil are named Players of the Game

COLUMBUS, Ohio After picking up its second Big Ten road win in as many tries Saturday night, a total of 27 players – 15 on offense, 11 on defense and one special teams – were named champions by Ohio State’s coaching staff. The players of the game came from the Buckeyes’ secondary (SAF Jordan Fuller and CB Jeff Okudah), the offensive line (RT Joshua Alabi) and kicker (Blake Haubeil).

DT Chase Young, DT Davon Hamilton and WR Chris Olave were each champions for the fifth consecutive week. Alabi, making his first start of the season in place of Branden Bowen, made his opportunity count as he graded out as a champion for the first time this season. He helped pave the way for an offense that generated 368 rushing yards, averaged 8.9 yards per carry and had 11 plays of 20 yards or more from scrimmage. Behind the blocking of Alabi and the rest of the offensive line, J.K. Dobbins finished with 177 yards on 24 carries while Master Teague had 77 yards on 12 carries and a pair of touchdowns.

Okudah and Fuller were just two of the stars in a secondary that held Nebraska to 47 yards passing and just eight completions. Okudah made two interceptions, becoming the first player with multiple INTs in the same game since Marshon Lattimore vs. Tulsa in 2016. His second interception of the night ended a Nebraska drive in the red zone and came with him lying flat on his back. Fuller also had an interception to go along with six tackles.

On special teams, Haubeil was a perfect six-for-six on extra points, made two field goals (36 and 23 yards) and had six of his nine kickoffs unreturnable.

Ohio State Champions vs. Nebraska
Offense:
QB Justin Fields, RB J.K. Dobbins, RB Master Teague, TE Luke Farrell, TE Rashod Berry, WR Austin Mack, WR K.J. Hill, WR Chris Olave, WR Binjimen Victor, WR Garrett Wilson, LT Thayer Munford, LG Jonah Jackson, C Josh Myers, RG Wyatt Davis
Player of the Game:
RT Joshua Alabi
Defense:
DE Chase Young, DT Jashon Cornell, DT Davon Hamilton, DE Jonathon Cooper, DT Robert “BB” Landers, LB Pete Werner, LB Malik Harrison, CB Shaun Wade, CB Damon Arnette
Players of the Game:
CB Jeff Okudah and SAF Jordan Fuller
Special Teams Player of the Game:
K Blake Haubeil

 

 

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Buckeyes Basketball Fans! Men’s Single-Game and Group tickets go on sale October 1

Buckeyes’ Single-Game and Group Tickets on Sale Oct. 1

Ohio State will play 18 home games in 2019-20 season starting Nov. 6 against Cincinnati

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COLUMBUS, Ohio Single-game and group tickets for the 2019-20 Ohio State men’s basketball season are set to go on sale at 10 a.m. Oct. 1. In addition, four- and eight-game mini plans are still available for purchase at go.osu.edu/2019MBBMiniPlanTix.

 

For more information about the different ticket options available, visit go.osu.edu/mbbtix1920.

 

The Buckeyes will play an exhibition game against Cedarville before the highly-anticipated regular-season home-opener against Cincinnati Nov. 6. The 18-game home schedule also features marquee matchups against Villanova, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan.

 

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Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Austin Meadows named AL Player of the Month for September

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All-Star outfielder Austin Meadows of the Tampa Bay Rays has been named the American League Player of the Month.

. Meadows also claimed his first Player of the Month Award, joining B.J. Upton (June 2009) and Evan Longoria (April 2009) as the only players in franchise history to accomplish the feat.

Austin Meadows, Tampa Bay Rays (@austinmeadows13)

• Batted .378 (34-for-90) with 24 runs scored, six doubles, nine home runs, 20 RBI, 15 walks, three stolen bases and a .744 slugging percentage over 24 games.

• Began his award-winning month in grand fashion, logging a season-best 16-game hitting streak from September 1st-18th. Was the longest streak by a Ray since his teammate Tommy Pham notched a 17-game streak last season from August 21st-September 14th.

• Finished his breakout season with 33 round-trippers on the season. Became the second-youngest player in franchise history to reach the 30-homer mark, older than just Evan Longoria, who launched 33 homers as a 23-year-old in 2009.

• His nine home runs this season against left-handed pitching were the most by a lefty slugger since Carlos Peña launched a Club-record 12 in 2009.

Others receiving votes for AL Player of the Month included All-Star third baseman Alex Bregman (.333, 7 2B, 9 HR, 18 RBI) of the Houston Astros; shortstop Marcus Semien (.347, 35 H, 9 2B, 8 HR) of the Oakland Athletics; outfielder Jorge Soler (.330, 21 R, 10 HR, 20 RBI) of the Kansas City Royals, who finished the 2019 season with 48 home runs and set a new single-season franchise home run record, as well as the most home runs by a Cuban-born player; the 2019 American League batting champion, shortstop Tim Anderson (.374, 37 H, 7 2B, 4 HR), September’s AL Rookie of the Month Eloy Jiménez (.340, 8 2B, 9 HR, 25 RBI) and infielder Yoán Moncada (.412, 21 R, 42 H, 11 2B) of the Chicago White Sox; outfielder Trey Mancini (.365, 38 H, 8 2B, 6 HR) of the Baltimore Orioles; and outfielder Brett Gardner (16 R, 22 H, 10 HR, 20 RBI) of the New York Yankees.

 

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