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  • 08 May 2019
    导出博客文章ATLANTA -- Conner Manning threw for a career-high 340 yards and two scores as
    Georgia State granted Texas State a 14-0 lead, then ran off 34 unanswered points
    to roll over the Bobcats 41-21 on Saturday.Texas State, held without a touchdown
    in the first quarter of their first four games, was up 14-0 going into the
    second period. Georgia State (1-4, 1-1 Sun Belt) dominated the final three
    quarters to pick up its first win.Trailing by 20 in the second half Texas State
    had its chances as the defense scooped up three Panther fumbles in Georgia State
    territory, but the Bobcats failed to convert on all three.Robert Davis equaled
    his career-high of nine catches, gaining 149 yards and one touchdown. Kyler Neal
    rushed for 89 yards and a score.Tyler Jones led Texas State (2-3, 0-1), throwing
    for 300 yards and one TD, but he was picked off twice.
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    . -- Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson asked his players a
    simple question during Fridays morning shootaround: How many of them had ever
    been on a team 14 games over .
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    title, enters the finale with a chance to equal Michael Schumachers 13 victories
    in a year and match the record of nine consecutive wins by Alberto Ascari in the
    1952 and 1953 seasons.
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    and broke Wickmayer, also a former winner in 2009, five times. "The result
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    . The Olympic champion curler and TSN curling analyst immediately
    went online to look at the Halls long list of honoured members. Thats when the
    enormity of the honour sunk in.
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    . Breaking three of his own world records on his way to
    winning in Paris, Chan silenced the critics and left the audiences standing in
    appreciation and awe. Its not that anyone questioned Gwen Jorgensens running
    ability, but the 2016 Olympic triathlon champion and St. Paul, Minn., resident
    had never run 26.2 miles before starting Sundays New York City Marathon.Even
    though she says she wasnt entirely prepared for her first marathon, she turned
    in a pretty solid effort, finishing 14th overall in 2:41:01 against a strong
    field, just 71 days after winning gold at the Rio Olympics.Jorgensen, 30, said
    she wasnt entirely happy with the result and admitted she had some muscle
    soreness shes not used to, but overall said she had a great experience.Related
    story from Sundays top finishersRelated story from Abdi Abdirahman defies age, finishes thirdRelated story from 45 reasons we love the NYC MarathonShe wound up beating a few
    notable pro American runners in the race, including two-time U.S. Olympian Kim
    Conley, who was also making her debut at the distance and placed 16th in
    2:41:38, and Janet Bawcom, a 2012 Olympian at 10,000m on thhe track who placed
    19th Sunday in 2:48:13.dddddddddddd. (For reference, Kenyas Mary Keitany won the
    race in 2:24:26.)It was a new experience for me and it was really exciting,
    Jorgensen said after the race. I have a great respect for the course and the
    distance, and I know the other professional runners in the race are very
    talented and hard-working. A couple of them flew by me at the end and I couldnt
    hang on.Jorgensen committed to running the New York City Marathon shortly after
    the biggest triathlon win of her career on Aug. 21 in Rio de Janeiro. Her race
    distances for that event included a 1.5K swim, a 40K bike ride and a 10K
    run.Then on Oct. 8, Jorgensen held her own at the U.S. 10-Mile Championship on
    the roads in Minneapolis, placing third overall in 53:13-about 5:19 pace per
    mile and just 24 seconds behind winner Jordan Hasay.Click here to read the full
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