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  • June 29, 2019
    After the Wallabies comprehensive win over Wales, their outlooks contrast greatly. Australia are in search of a Grand Slam. Rob Howleys side will want to restore some pride in the Welsh jersey.But Bernard Foley has dismissed any notion of Australia looking too far ahead after opening their European tour by demolishing Wales, while Welsh hooker Ken Owens knows they can bounce back after Saturdays setback.?The Wallabies hopes of achieving a clean sweep in Britain and Ireland - a so-called Grand Slam tour that they last successfully completed 32 years ago - gained an immediate lift as Wales were overrun 32-8 in Cardiff.Scotland are next up in six days time, before the degree of difficulty increases sharply, with New Zealand All Blacks conquerors Ireland and world number two team England then awaiting Australia.Thats where you fall over if you start looking ahead, said Foley, who orchestrated Wales demise through a fly-half masterclass. It (Grand Slam tour) has been well-documented, but as a side we are just focusing on trying to be better for next week.Meanwhile Ken Owens believes recent history shows that Wales can bounce back quickly from the depths of a debilitating defeat. Australias 12th successive victory in the fixture on Saturday - a 32-8 stroll that at times resembled an opposed training session - means Wales are already behind the eight-ball with regard to this seasons autumn schedule.Argentina are next up in six days time, followed by Japan and South Africa, which suggests that life is not about to become easier for Owens and company any time soon.Its do-able, Wales hooker Owens said, when asked if Wales can make a rapid response. We were frustrated with how the England game went before we went to New Zealand (in June), and we played very well in the first and second Tests. We have got to do that this week, and do it quickly.?Argentina are on a bit of a roll, said Owens. They have beaten Japan and had a good Rugby Championship again, and they are going to be coming here for a win, so we are going to have to turn up, get momentum into our game and deliver.They have got a good set-piece, a big scrummaging game, but they have evolved their game as well. They off-load a hell of a lot, they have got a lot of trick plays and things like that. They try to play at a high tempo with a lot of off-loads. Mark Gastineau Jersey .C. -- After a listless first half, the Washington Wizards used a big third quarter run to beat the Charlotte Bobcats Bradley Beal scored 21 points and the Wizards used a 17-0 run in the third quarter to take control of what had been a close game and beat the Bobcats 97-83 on Tuesday night. Wayne Chrebet Jersey . The Cleveland Indians, Tampa Bay Rays, and Texas Rangers all won on Sunday meaning the Rangers will host the Rays in a play-in game on Monday. [url=] . 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The Payton Award is celebrating its 30th anniversary season.Eastern Washingtons Cooper Kupp, who won the 2015 Payton Award, leads the FCS with 1,230 receiving yards, just ahead of Lewis 1,227 and Hamiltons 1,158.The two new nominees:---=Karel Hamilton, Samford, WR, Sr., 6-1, 202, Valrico, FloridaIn the Samford passing offense, Hamilton wont necessarily beat cornerbacks with the long ball, but hes going to beat them again and again and again. … Quarterback Devlin Hodges sure-handed go-to receiver leads the FCS in receptions (95) and receptions per game (10.6) and ranks third in receiving yards per game (128.7). … Hes athletic and will go get any pass near him. … Has had a tremendous career in the Southern Conference, starting with a spot on the 2013 all-freshman team and continuing with first-team all-conference honors as a sophomore and junior. He is the Bulldogs all-time leader in receiving yards.---=Kamron Lewis, Saint Francis, WR, So., 6-4, 195, Fresno, CaliforniaLewis breakout season has coincided with Saint Francis claiming its first Northeast Conference title and FCS playoff bid. … The wiry wideout has been a big-play specialist, ranking second in the nation in receiving yards and fourth in receiving yards per game (122.7) while averaging nearly 19 yards per catch. … Scored the final three touchdowns of a 38-17 win over Sacred Heart on Oct. 29, which gave the Red Flash control of the conference title race. … Has excellent hands, will go over defenders to make a catch and is adept at breaking the first tacklle and picking up yards.dddddddddddd---=The offensive watch list also includes:Quarterbacks: Aaron Bailey of Northern Iowa, Jeremiah Briscoe of Sam Houston State, Dillon Buechel of Duquesne, Taryn Christion of South Dakota State, Case Cookus of Northern Arizona, Austin Gahafer of Morehead State, Gage Gubrud of Eastern Washington, Brady Gustafson of Montana, Devlin Hodges of Samford, KD Humphries of Murray State, Eli Jenkins of Jacksonville State, DeVante Kincade of Grambling State, Kyle Lauletta of Richmond, Anthony Lawrence of San Diego, Tyrell Maxwell of Gardner-Webb, RJ Noel of Sacred Heart, Peter Pujals of Holy Cross and Bryan Schor of James Madison;Running backs: Khalid Abdullah of James Madison, Kendell Anderson of William & Mary, Tarik Cohen of North Carolina A&T, Derrick Craine of Chattanooga, Chase Edmonds of Fordham, Darius Hammond of Charleston Southern, Kade Harrington of Lamar, DeAngelo Henderson of Coastal Carolina, John Santiago of North Dakota, Lenard Tillery of Southern and Darius Victor of Towson;Wide receivers: Emmanuel Butler of Northern Arizona, 2015 award winner Cooper Kupp of Eastern Washington, Troy Pelletier of Lehigh, Justin Watson of Penn and Jake Wieneke of South Dakota State.Tight end: Dallas Goedert of South Dakota StateOffensive tackle: Julien Davenport of BucknellA national panel of over 150 sports information and media relations directors, broadcasters, writers and other dignitaries will select the STATS FCS Walter Payton Award following the regular season. 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