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  • 09 May
    导出博客文章The Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) has come roaring back from last
    season with upsets, tight series and some incredible comebacks even before
    League play begins. This past Saturday, the top 64 of the North American RLCS
    Open Qualifier played out to give us the eight teams that will move on to League
    play, and further, in the next three months.The winners bracket seemed to be
    going according to plan early on with the expected performers -- G2, Kings of
    Urban, Exodus and Revival -- looking to go through easily. That is, until G2
    Esports, the current world champions, ran up against the boys from Take 2. In
    what was possibly one of the biggest upsets in the entire tournament, Take 2
    managed to bring G2 down with a convincing 3-1 win, and qualify for League
    play.Following that shock, Kings of Urban comfortably sent Selfless to the
    losers bracket to qualify, reestablishing business as usual. In the third
    qualification match, Revival, gifted a qualification due to the previous
    weekends troubles of Trinity and Genesis, faced off against Thats Pretty Neat
    (TPN). In what was expected to be a clean victory for Revival, TPN managed to
    take it to game five before Revival found their form and closed out the set. The
    final winners bracket qualifying match, featuring Exodus and the upstart
    Deception, ended in a rather expected win for Exodus.The losers bracket was a
    much more unexpected wild ride for the teams and viewers alike. In qualifier
    match 1, G2 pulled their own take 2 and rode the 3-0 over Classic Stanley to
    move into League play and avoid a very lackluster performance overall.Qualifier
    match 2 ended up being the match of the tournament. Vendetta, who had lost to
    Deception in an upset, found themselves playing Selfless, who were the clear
    favorites. In a very tight five-game series, Selfless, the rising stars of the
    Rocket League scene, were defeated by Vendetta. Vendetta qualify off the back of
    a shaky tournament overall, but the win over Selfless will give them the hope to
    perform much better in League play.Qualifier match 3 pitted Genesis against TPN
    with Genesis coming off the back of a strong 3-0 against Trinity and TPN coming
    from a very tight 2-3 loss to Revival. Genesis took the match 3-1 and qualified
    into League play hoping to continue their recovery of form. The final match
    featured the high-flying Deception who sought to qualify when in reality no one
    had expected them to even come this close. Wild Card were in a similar position,
    but in the end Deception took the series 3-0 and in the surprise of the day
    managed to qualify for RLCS League play.RLCS is most definitely back in full
    force with the underdog stories and upsets ready to wow once more. Can G2 show
    the level of play they have showed in the past when it matters? Can Take 2
    continue playing at the very highest level? Will Deception manage to rise to the
    challenge of the League play? All of these questions will be answered over the
    coming months as teams from North America and Europe compete for $250,000 in
    prizes over the season. Air Max 1 Herren
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    Philadelphia, earning a five-minute major for charging and a game misconduct. He
    has a phone hearing with the department of player safety, which limits any
    potential suspension to five or fewer games.
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    . Aduriz headed home Markel Susaetas cross in the sixth minute to open the
    scoring at San Mames Stadium. He bettered that with a long-range blast that went
    in off the goal frame in the 18th, and converted a penalty in the 72nd after
    Diego Mainz was sent off for fouling Aduriz with only the goalkeeper to beat.
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    Both will be unrestricted free agents this summer.
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    Young couldnt wait to apply those tweaks to his jump shot, and the first one he
    made against UT Arlington told him it could be a good night. MUNCIE, Ind. --
    Western Michigan receiver Corey Davis used a nationally televised game as his
    own personal proving ground Tuesday night.He got open all game. He made
    spectacular plays when given the chance. And, of course, he kept the 17th-ranked
    Broncos unbeaten.By the time the show-stopping senior finally left the 52-20
    victory over Ball State, he had caught 12 passes for a Mid-American
    Conference-record 272 yards, tied the conference mark for career touchdown
    receptions (47) and celebrated a school-record 11th consecutive victory.Its kind
    of like The Masters out there when theres no wind blowing and its just a
    beautiful day, and youre just feeling really good, coach P.J. Fleck said before
    joking about a couple of drops Davis had. But I told him, `You left some meat on
    the bone out there.At 6-foot-3, 213 pounds, some NFL scouts think Davis has what
    it takes to be a first-round draft pick next year. Some of them watched the game
    from the press box.If Davis plays like he did Tuesday night, some team could get
    a real steal this spring.It seemed like Davis burned the Cardinals secondary on
    every play, catching TD passes of 57, 35 and 62 yards while moving within 296
    yards of Trevor Insleys 17-year-old national record (5,005). Davis has 4,709
    yards.Western Michigan (9-0, 5-0 MAC, No. 23 CFP) knew just how talented Davis
    was after watching him the past four years.The rest of a curious college
    football world may have gotten its first long look at him Tuesday when
    quarterback Zach Terrell went 23 of 34 for 367 yards with the three TD
    passes.Ball State (4-5, 2-3) made too many mistakes to have a chance after
    Jarvion Franklin gave Western Michigan the lead for good with a 23-yard TD run
    in the first quarter.Unfortunately, we didnt execute at a high level like we
    needed to in order to have a chance to win against a football team like Western
    Michigan, first-year Ball State coach Mike Neu said.THE TAKEAWAYWestern
    Michigan: The conferences top team and one of five remaining unbeaten teams
    certainly did not disappoint on national television. But willl a blowout over a
    struggling MAC opponent be enough to help the Broncos climb the College Football
    Playoff rankings? Probably not.ddddddddddddBall State: Neu doesnt have the
    talent or depth to compete with a team as strong as Western Michigan, but the
    opportunity to play a good team certainly gives Ball State a glimpse into how
    much it needs to improve to compete for a conference crown.TOUGH BREAKBall State
    junior Jack Milas replaced injured quarterback Riley Neal, and Milas finished 20
    of 38 for 199 yards with one touchdown. Milas threw two interceptions in the
    first half and two other interceptions were dropped by Western Michigan
    defenders.KEY NUMBERSBroncos CB Darius Phillips picked off Milas sixth pass of
    the game and returned it for a 75-yard touchdown -- his third pick-six of the
    season. ... Franklin, the MACs No. 2 rusher after eight games, ran 17 times for
    109 yards and two scores. The Broncos were plus-3 on turnovers after starting
    the day at plus-12. ... Ball States James Gilbert only needed one quarter to
    extend his streak of consecutive 100-yard games to five. Gilbert finished with
    29 carries for 155 yards and one score.POLL IMPLICATIONSWestern Michigan: After
    becoming the first 9-0 team in the Football Bowl Subdivision, the only unbeaten
    outside the top four will watch this weekend to see if anyone else loses. If the
    Broncos win their next two, against teams that are a combined 5-12, Western
    Michigan should continue ascending.Ball State: The Cardinals have lost two
    straight, are under .500 and in last-place in the MAC West.UP NEXTWestern
    Michigan: The steamrolling Broncos head to Kent State (3-6, 2-3) next Tuesday,
    and will have to deal with yet another team trying to send a national
    message.Ball State: The Cardinals hope to gain some momentum next Tuesday when
    they welcome Eastern Michigan. Ball State has won 10 of the last 11 in the
    series.---More AP college football: ' ' '