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  • 16 May
    导出博客文章The 2016 Associated Press All-America college football teams:FIRST
    TEAMOFFENSEQuarterback -- Lamar Jackson, sophomore, 6-foot-3, 205 pounds,
    LouisvilleRunning backs -- DOnta Foreman, junior, 6-2, 249, Texas; Dalvin Cook,
    junior, 5-11, 213, Florida StateTackles -- Cam Robinson, junior, 6-6, 310,
    Alabama; Ryan Ramczyk, junior, 6-6, 314, WisconsinGuards -- Cody OConnell,
    junior, 6-8, 354, Washington State; Dan Feeney, senior, 6-4, 305, Indiana.Center
    -- Pat Elflein, senior, 6-3, 300, Ohio StateTight end -- Evan Engram, senior,
    6-3, 235, MississippiWide receivers -- Dede Westbrook, senior, 6-0, 176,
    Oklahoma; Corey Davis, senior, 6-3, 213, Western MichiganAll-purpose player --
    Curtis Samuel, junior, 5-11 197, Ohio StateKicker -- Zane Gonzalez, senior, 6-1,
    195, Arizona StateDEFENSEEnds -- Myles Garrett, junior, 6-5, 270, Texas A&M;
    Derek Barnett, junior, 6-3, 265, TennesseeTackles -- Jonathan Allen, junior,
    6-3, 290, Alabama; Ed Oliver, freshman, 6-2, 290, HoustonLinebackers -- Reuben
    Foster, senior, 6-1, 228, Alabama; Zach Cunningham, junior, 6-2, 230,
    Vanderbilt; Jabrill Peppers, junior, 6-1, 205, MichiganCornerbacks -- Jourdan
    Lewis, senior, 5-11, 186, Michigan; Adoree Jackson, junior, 5-11, 185, Southern
    CaliforniaSafeties -- Malik Hooker, sophomore, 6-2, 205, Ohio State; Minkah
    Fitzpatrick, sophomore, 6-1, 200, AlabamaPunter -- Mitch Wishnowsky, sophomore,
    6-2, 220, Utah---SECOND TEAMOFFENSEQuarterback -- Deshaun Watson, junior,
    ClemsonRunning backs -- Donnel Pumphrey, senior, San Diego State; Christian
    McCaffrey, junior, StanfordTackles -- Connor Williams, sophomore, Texas; Orlando
    Brown, sophomore, OklahomaGuards -- Billy Price, junior, Ohio State; Will
    Hernandez, junior, UTEPCenter -- Tyler Orlosky, senior, West VirginiaTight end
    -- Jake Butt, senior, MichiganWide receivers -- Zay Jones, senior, East
    Carolina; John Ross, junior, WashingtonAll-purpose player -- Quadree Henderson,
    sophomore, PittKicker -- Daniel Carlson, junior, AuburnDEFENSEEnds -- DeMarcus
    Walker, senior, Florida State; Harold Landry, junior, Boston CollegeTackles --
    Carlos Watkins, senior, Clemson; Montravius Adams, senior, AuburnLinebackers --
    Raekwon McMillan, junior, Ohio State; T.J. Watt, junior, Wisconsin; Tim
    Williams, senior, AlabamaCornerbacks -- Rasul Douglas, senior, West Virginia;
    Desmond King, senior, IowaSafeties -- Budda Baker, junior, Washington; Jamal
    Adams, junior, LSUPunter -- Cameron Johnston, senior, Ohio State---THIRD
    TEAMOFFENSEQuarterback -- Baker Mayfield, junior, OklahomaRunning backs --
    Saquon Barkley, sophomore, Penn State; Aaron Jones, junior, UTEPTackles -- Mike
    McGlinchey, senior, Notre Dame; Forrest Lamp, senior, Western KentuckyGuards --
    Nico Siragusa, senior, San Diego State; Quenton Nelson, junior, Notre DameCenter
    -- Ethan Pocic, senior, LSUTight end -- O.J. Howard, senior, AlabamaWide
    receivers -- Amba Etta-Tawo, senior, Syracuse; Austin Carr, senior,
    NorthwesternAll-purpose player -- Christian Kirk, sophomore, Texas A&MKicker
    -- Gary Wunderlich, junior, MississippiDEFENSEEnds -- Hunter Dimick, senior,
    Utah; Jordan Willis, senior, Kansas StateTackles -- Christian Wilkins,
    sophomore, Clemson; Solomon Thomas, junior, StanfordLinebackers -- Kendell
    Beckwith, senior, LSU; Jimmie Gilbert, senior, Colorado; Ben Boulware, senior,
    ClemsonCornerbacks -- Teez Tabor, junior, Florida; Cordrea Tankersley, senior,
    ClemsonSafeties -- Nathan Gerry, senior, Nebraska; Weston Steelhammer, senior,
    Air ForcePunter -- Michael Dickson, sophomore, Texas---AP All-America team
    panel: Bob Asmussen, Champaign News-Gazette; Kirk Bohls, Austin
    American-Statesman; Chuck Carlton, Dallas Morning News; Robert Cessna,
    Bryan-College Station Eagle; Matt Charboneau, Detroit News; Scott Hamilton,
    Winston-Salem Journal; Eric Hansen, The South Bend Tribune; Brian Howell, (Colo.) Daily Camera; Bill Landis, Cleveland Plain Dealer;
    Rob Long, WJZ-FM The Fan (Baltimore); Tony Parks, KZNS-FM The Zone (Salt Lake
    City); Keith Sargeant, New Jersey Advance Media; Gary Smits, Florida
    Times-Union; Dana Sulonen, Opelika-Auburn News; Joe Walljasper, Columbia (Mo.)
    Tribune; Jon Wilner, San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News.
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    The Montreal Canadiens will try to halt their longest losing streak of the
    season when they host the struggling New York Islanders in tonights clash at the
    Bell Centre. PORTLAND, Ore. -- Andrew Jean-Baptiste scored in stoppage time to
    give the Portland Timbers a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday
    night. Jean-Baptistes header got past Los Angeles goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini as
    the game wound to a close after Ryan Johnson had evened the score at 1-all in
    the 27th minute. Jean-Baptiste doffed his shirt in celebration after his
    game-winner, his first goal of the season. First-year Timbers coach Caleb Porter
    flashed a thumbs-up to the crowd. With the victory, Portland moved into second
    place in the Western Conference behind Real Salt Lake. The Galaxy were without
    forward Landon Donovan, who is playing with the United States in the CONCACAF
    Gold Cup. Donovan scored his 53rd career international goal and the United
    States defeated Cuba 4-1 in Salt Lake City earlier on Saturday. The Timbers were
    without Will Johnson and Rodney Wallace, both playing for Canada in the Gold
    Cup. Frederic Piquionne, who played in Martiniques first two Gold Cup games, was
    listed as a reserve for Portland against the Galaxy. The Galaxy had won two
    straight, including aa 2-0 victory over FC Dallas at home last
    Sunday.dddddddddddd The Timbers were coming off a 1-0 road loss to the Columbus
    Crew last weekend, which snapped a 15-match undefeated streak for Portland under
    Porter. The Galaxy went ahead 1-0 on Marcelo Sarvas well-placed header in the
    18th minute. The Timbers had not conceded a goal at Jeld-Wen Field in a league
    game since March 9. Portland tied it when Darlington Nagbe fed a free kick to a
    charging Ryan Johnson to beat Cudicini. It was Ryan Johnsons goal of the season,
    tying him with Will Johnson for the team lead. Portland goalkeeper Donovan
    Ricketts defended a dangerously close penalty kick from Juninho, tipping it over
    the goal in the 37th minute. A few moments later, Ricketts came far out of the
    goal for a sliding stop on Gyasi Zardes breakaway. He made another key save on
    another Zardes attempt in the 82nd minute Attendance was announced at 20,674 for
    the Timbers 43rd consecutive sellout. The two teams played to a scoreless draw
    on June 19 in Carson. The Galaxy is 4-2-1 all-time over the Timbers, who joined
    MLS in 2011. ' ' '