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  • June 29, 2019
    导出博客文章MINNEAPOLIS -- Iowa was reeling from a pair of losses to teams the Hawkeyes were
    favored to beat, pushing that 12-0 regular season from 2015 to the back of the
    memory bank.They got back on track with a gritty victory over rival
    Minnesota.Akrum Wadley took off for a 54-yard touchdown run with 5:28 left and
    the Hawkeyes hung on to beat the Gophers 14-7 on Saturday to hoist the Floyd of
    Rosedale trophy for the second straight year.We just kept grinding, said Wadley,
    who had 14 carries for 107 yards for Iowa (4-2, 2-1 Big Ten), who matched the
    program record with an eighth straight road win despite two interceptions thrown
    by C.J. Beathard.Iowa has won four of the last five meetings and 12 of 16.
    Minnesota still leads the overall series 62-46-2.I would like to say we wanted
    it more, said Beathard, whose streak with a touchdown pass in nine straight
    games was stopped.Floyd, the 98-pound bronze pig first awarded in 1935 as a bet
    between the governors of the two states, mustve felt unwanted for most of the
    game.Mitch Leidner completed only 13 of 33 passes for 166 yards and was also
    picked off twice for the Gophers (3-2, 0-2), who were flagged eight times for 58
    yards and lead the conference in penalties.After one of Ryan Santosos nine punts
    went only 30 yards, Wadley scored on the next play. Sophomore safety Jacob Huff,
    subbing for an injured Antoine Winfield Jr., went the wrong way at the snap and
    missed a futile diving attempt at the tackle. LeShun Daniels Jr. ran in the
    2-point conversion.Sooner or later, they slip up and it will be a long one,
    Wadley said. Either LeShun or me was going to hit it.The Gophers overcame
    Leidners second interception and regained the ball with no timeouts and 86
    seconds remaining. Leidner moved the ball to the 13 with four completions, but
    his fourth-down fade throw to Brian Smith in the end zone fell short with 43
    seconds left.This one really hurt, Gophers linebacker Jonathan Celestin said,
    especially losing at home.Shannon Brooks gave Minnesota a 7-6 lead midway
    through the third quarter with a 9-yard run, but the Gophers didnt take full
    advantage of an Iowa defense that was leaking an average of 183 rushing yards
    per game. Brooks and Rodney Smith combined for only 21 carries.I think the holes
    were there, Brooks said. Maybe try to break more tackles.THE TAKEAWAYIOWA: Kept
    alive the hope of winning the West Division again, recovering from a homecoming
    loss to Northwestern with a performance that wasnt pretty but still a winner.
    The Hawkeyes get both Wisconsin and Nebraska at home this season.This win
    defines our season, cornerback Desmond King said.MINNESOTA: Struggled all
    afternoon to sustain drives, let alone score, after totaling 86 points in the
    last two games against Iowa. Leidner didnt complete a pass until less than 4 1/2
    minutes were left in the first half, and his throw into double coverage at the
    Iowa 35 later on that possession was picked off.He never could set his feet
    because he had to get the hell out of the way, coach Tracy Claeys said. They
    were just squeezing the pocket, and the protection wasnt any good, and I think
    that leads to some inaccuracies.FRONT FIVEThe Hawkeyes were unable to
    consistently protect Beathard, who was hampered by a handful of drops by their
    receivers. Twice they reached the 10 and settled for a short field goal by Keith
    Duncan. The run blocking was better, though, with Cole Croston (right tackle),
    Boone Myers (left tackle) and Ike Boettger (left guard) in new spots on the
    line.HUNGRY HARDINCornerback KiAnte Hardin, one of four players on Minnesotas
    defense reinstated this week from suspension after an alleged sexual assault
    investigation produced no charges, returned to the starting lineup with seven
    tackles and his first career interception off a pass he tipped in the end zone
    and returned 31 yards .UP NEXTIOWA: Travels to face Purdue, where theyve won
    three times in a row.MINNESOTA: Plays at Maryland, the first regular season game
    between the two teams. The Terrapins beat Minnesota in the 1977 Hall of Fame
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    won that game because of Tony Parkers aggressiveness," Spurs coach Gregg
    Popovich said. "His juice; his aggression all night long.
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    their first win of the season and they now have a record of 1-1-2 while the Jets
    fall to 2-2. Jets start a six game home stand Friday with another divisional
    game, home to the Dallas Stars.
    .J. -- New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz will miss the rest of the
    season after having surgery on his left knee.
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    lopsided 5-2 loss against the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday night, Paul MacLean
    told reporters that "theres a lack of focus, theres a lack of leadership and
    theres a lack of preparation" with his struggling team. That came on the heels
    of Bryan Murray taking the unusual step of going into the locker room at the
    Prudential Center and addressing the players himself.
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    followed closely by David Clarkson, donning red, seconds later. Clarksons
    actions one night earlier, leaping off the bench in defence of Kessel during a
    pre-season game against the Buffalo Sabres, will cost him the first 10 games of
    the regular season. HOUSTON -- The Houston Texans proved they were serious about
    upgrading their offense this offseason by luring Brock Osweiler from Denver with
    a four-year, $72 million contract. Now its time to see if the quarterback was
    worth it.All eyes will be on Osweiler when the Texans begin training camp on
    July 31 -- especially with star defensive end sidelined by a back injury.Im
    impressed with Brock, probably most of all in his ability to learn our system,
    our operation, coach Bill OBrien said. Its not easy to come in here and learn
    how we operate as an offense, how we meet, how we call plays at the line of
    scrimmage, how we teach defense ... were really happy with his progress.On
    Thursday night, a person familiar with Watts condition said the star defender
    has had back surgery and will begin training camp on the physically unable to
    perform list. The person spoke to The Associated Press on on condition of
    anonymity because the team hasnt confirmed the surgery or Watts roster
    status.Watt, the NFL sacks leader last season with 17 1/2, will miss the start
    of training camp, but is expected to be ready for the season opener. Watt spent
    most of the offseason recovering after having surgery to repair a groin injury
    in January.Watts still looking to do more in 2016 and said he never watches his
    highlights, instead viewing his bad plays to figure out how to get better.Theres
    so many great players in this league, and you want to learn and grow as much as
    you can and gain as much information as you can so that you can improve your own
    game, Watt said.Osweiler has started just seven games in his four-year NFL
    career and they were all last season. He was presumed to be Denvers starter this
    season after Peyton Mannings retirement, but he signed with Houston for
    megabucks instead.He joins an offense highlighted by star receiver DeAndre
    Hopkins, who finished third in the NFL with 1,521 yards receiving last season,
    and that added running back Lamar Miller in free agency, then got receivers Will
    Fuller and Braxton Miller in the draft.The Texans overcame quarterback woes last
    season to finish 9-7 and reach the playoffs for the first time since 2012. They
    were ousted in the wild-card round by Kansas City after Brian Hoyer committed
    five turnovers in the 30-0 loss.Now Osweiler takes over and he feeels good about
    his grasp of Houstons offense after the work he got in practices and minicamp
    this spring and early this summer.dddddddddddd Hes looking to take his
    understanding to another level in camp.Its just focusing on the details of our
    offense, he said. Theres a lot of things that go into it -- formations, motions,
    shifts, different cadences, different route concepts, run checks, pass checks --
    and so its just focusing on the details and focusing on the line-of-scrimmage
    operation.Some things to know about the Texans, who open the season Sept. 11
    against the Chicago Bears:EXPECTATIONS FOR CLOWNEY: Outside linebacker Jadeveon
    Clowney is entering his third NFL season and so far the No. 1 overall pick in
    the 2014 draft has failed to live up to expectations during two injury-plagued
    seasons. Clowney played just four games as a rookie before having season-ending
    microfracture surgery. He recovered from that for the start of last season, but
    missed three games and Houstons playoff match with various ailments. He did show
    flashes of the potential he displayed in college, though, and finished with 4
    1/2 sacks and forced a fumble.Its frustrating. It feels like youre letting the
    team down when youre not out there, Clowney said. Injuries happen, youve just
    got to be mentally tough to come back and show the guys you are ready to
    play.MILLERS POTENTIAL: The Texans snagged an intriguing player when they
    drafted Braxton Miller in the third round. Miller was the two-time Big Ten
    offensive player of the year in 2012 and 2013 after throwing from more than
    2,000 yards and rushing for more than 1,000 in both of those seasons. He sat out
    for a season with a shoulder injury before moving to receiver last year, when he
    finished with 26 receptions for 341 yards.Miller is happy with his progress
    since making the move.NEW CENTER: The Texans will likely have rookie
    second-round pick Nick Martin at center after Ben Jones, who started every game
    the last two seasons, signed with Titans. He is the younger brother of Zack
    Martin, a first-round pick by the Cowboys in 2014 and a two-time Pro-Bowler at
    guard.---AP NFL website: and
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