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U.S. national team adds players including Donovan


Landon Donovan (courtesy of U.S. Soccer)

The United States national soccer team added 11 players, including MLS star Landon Donovan over the weekend.

Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has the team training ahead of an exhibition game against Scotland on May 26 in Jacksonville, Florida.

The American team begins World Cup qualifying on June 8.

Four other players along with Donovan have World Cup experience. They are defenders Clarence Goodson and Oguchi Onyewu and forwards Herculez Gomez and Jozy Altidore.


Info compiled from United States Soccer, Radio & TV news



Ohio State wins lacrosse match against top 5 team Denver


Logan Schuss

Dominique Alexander

The Ohio State Buckeyes men’s lacrosse team defeated fifth-ranked Denver 10-9 in Jacksonville, Florida.

Leading the way were Logan Schuss, who scored five goals and Dominique Alexander, who scored two goals and added two assists.



Info & photos courtesy of Ohio State athletics

Bengals don’t need Palmer; Dalton leads team to 3rd win with fourth quarter drive


Andy Dalton (courtesy of TCU athletics)

When Carson Palmer announced in the off-season that he would not return, but wanted a trade or retire, most media covering the NFL said the Bengals were in for another rough season where they would not win more than 1-2 games.

Don’t look now, Cincinnati has won 3 games and every game has come down to a fourth quarter drive to win or lose. Plus, their #1 NFL rated defense has kept them in every game to have a chance to win.

On Sunday, for the second straight week, the Bengals rallied in the fourth quarter, to defeat the Jaguars 30-20 at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Florida.

With the win, the Bengals go to 3-2 and breaks a seven-game losing streak in Jacksonville.

The new quarterback, rookie Andy Dalton, led that late drive for the second Sunday in a row. Dalton was 21 of 33 for 179 yards passing with two touchdowns and an intereception.

The key play in the game was Bengals punter Kevin Huber blasted a 58-yard punt that was downed at the Jacksonville 2-yard line.

The Jaguars went three and out.

Their punter Matt Turk, who was punting into the winds blowing at 24 mph, kicked a wounded duck for only a 22-yard punt. But the Bengals were going get another gift before starting the drive. Cincinnati received an additional 5 yards on a penalty by the Jaguars for pushing the ball out of bounds. They started the drive at the Jacksonville 22.

The Bengals drive appeared stalled at the 19, but Marvin Lewis decided to go for it on fourth-and 6. Jermaine Gresham caught a high 9-yard pass from Dalton for the first down. Three plays later, Bernard Scott scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 2-yard run with 1:56 to play.

The other late touchdown in the fourth quarter came on the final play when the Jaguars lateraled the ball all over the field and defensive lineman Geno Atkins picked up a fumble by Blaine Gabbert and returned it 10 yards for his first career touchdown.


Info compiled from staff, NFL, Cincinnati Bengals, Radio & TV news

Arkansas RHP Baxendale named to USA Baseball Collegiate National Team

DJ Baxendale (courtesy of Arkansas athletics)

Arkansas sophomore pitcher DJ Baxendale has been selected to the 22-man roster for the 2011 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team.

Baxendale was thrilled with the honor. “It’s a real honor to be selected for the team and to be able to represent the University of Arkansas on Team USA,” he said. “I’m looking forward to playing some tough competition this summer and representing my country on the baseball field.”

Baxendale is the eighth Arkansas player to be selected for the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team and the first since Andy Wilkins was picked for the team in 2009. Baxendale joins Arkansas head coach Dave Van Horn on this year’s team as an assistant coach.

A Jacksonville, Florida native, Baxendale is one of the most versatile pitchers in college baseball, seeing time in both the Razorbacks’ starting rotation and in the bullpen. Baxendale currently ranks third in the SEC with a 1.58 ERA and has a 7-1 record with two saves in 14 appearances, including eight starts. In 57 innings pitched this season, Baxendale has given up 14 runs, only 10 earned, and struck out 53 batters, while issuing 11 walks. Opponents are batting just .226 against the sophomore right hander.

The 2011 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team will get together on June 22. The team will play 11 games during the summer, culminating with a five-game series against Japan July 3-8. The series opens on July 3 at 3:05 p.m. at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, North Carolina. Additional players will be selected to the team in the absence of players on the 22-roster who are competing in Omaha at the NCAA College World Series.


Info courtesy of Arkansas athletics



MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Kerry Collins rescues Tennessee again!

The Tennessee Titans won the battle of backup quarterbacks Monday night as the humbled the Jacksonville Jaguars, 30-3 in Jacksonville, Florida.

The win put them in a three-way tie for first in the AFC South Division with Indianapolis and Houston.

Kerry Collins (NFL)

Vince Young was knocked out of the game on the second series because of a sprained left knee, and Kerry Collins led the 4-2 Titans on five scoring drives in a row.

Chris Johnson finished with 111 yards rushing on 20 carries for Tennessee.

David Garrard left the game late in the first half with a concussion and was replaced by Trent Edwards.

On three drives inside the Tennessee 20-yard line, Jacksonville, now 3-3, turned it over twice and had to settle for a field goal.

compiled from staff & NFL news

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