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  • 02 Aug
    导出博客文章BOSTON -- Boston Colleges postseason hopes will live on for another week.Patrick
    Towles passed for 183 yards and a touchdown in his final home game, Davon Jones
    added a rushing score and Boston College defeated UConn 30-0 on Saturday.Eagles
    senior linebacker Matt Milano added a 19-yard interception return for a
    touchdown in the fourth quarter.Boston College (5-6) can become bowl-eligible
    with a victory in its regular-season finale at Wake Forest next week.It felt
    great to be in the locker room with them after they won this game, Eagles coach
    Steve Addazio said. Im looking forward to having an opportunity to win one more
    and get six.Neither team entered Saturday having produced much on offense in
    recent weeks.The Huskies (3-8) started freshman Donovan Williams at quarterback
    for the second straight game in an attempt to jumpstart an offense that entered
    the day averaging an FBS-worst 16.5 points per game. But UConn managed just 121
    yards of offense, with Williams throwing three interceptions.A disappointing
    loss, UConn coach Bob Diaco said. Hard to win. When you dont have production on
    one side of the ball it becomes impossible. Itll be fixed. I know what the
    issues are and theyre going to be fixed -- and thats why were disappointed.The
    Eagles, whose offense came in averaging an FBS-worst 295.5 yards per game, had
    better luck.Towles had struggled throwing the ball this season, but found a
    groove in the third quarter completing 5 of 6 passes in the Eagles first drive
    out of halftime. The series ended with his 10-yard touchdown pass to Michael
    Walker that put BC in front 17-0.We talked all week -- weve got two games to
    make this season special. Check one, right? Towles said. Weve got a one-game
    season left.THE TAKEAWAYUCONN: The Huskies have tried to shake things up
    offensively in their past two games, but they havent moved the needle much. It
    was a particularly rough day for Williams, but all the experience is good for
    the young quarterback going forward.BOSTON COLLEGE: The strides the Eagles made
    offensively come at the right time. They will need it in their finale next week
    if theyre going to earn their third bowl berth under coach Steve
    Addazio.TURNOVER BATTLEBCs defense forced a season-high four turnovers (three
    INTs, fumble recovery). It was the most since the Eagles had five against Notre
    Dame on Nov. 21, 2015.SERIES DOMINANCEThe Eagles earned their 10th straight
    victory in their series with the Huskies. BC has outscored the Huskies in those
    games 297-59.SHUTOUT WINSThe victory was Boston Colleges first shutout win since
    a 76-0 win over Howard on Sept. 12, 2015. It was the first November shutout for
    the Eagles since a 17-0 win over Notre Dame on Nov. 8, 2008.HONORING RYANBC
    retired the jersey of former quarterback Matt Ryan at halftime Saturday.Ryan
    passed for 56 TDs and more than 9,000 yards at BC, and capped off his career by
    being selected third overall by the Atlanta Falcons in the 2008 NFL draft. He
    remains the schools highest draft pick in any sport. Among those in attendance
    for the ceremony was former BC coach Tom OBrien.Im really honored to have my
    jersey hanging up there, and very proud, Ryan told the crowd after his jersey
    was unveiled. It joined the previously retired jerseys of Heisman Trophy-winning
    quarterback Doug Flutie, Outland Trophy winner Mike Ruth, and nine other former
    Eagles.Ryan was visible throughout the day. It included him leading the team in
    the pregame Eagle Walk through campus and into Alumni Stadium, a game-day
    tradition started when coach Steve Addazio arrived in 2013.UP NEXTUCONN: Returns
    home to host Tulane in its season finale.BOSTON COLLEGE: Hits the road for its
    conference and regular-season finale at Wake Forest.---More AP college football:
    www.collegefootball.ap.org and https://twitter.com/AP-Top25.---Follow Kyle
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    fourth lines were on to start.BALTIMORE -- Houston Astros pitcher Bud Norris was
    scratched from his scheduled start Tuesday night amid speculation he could be
    traded before the non-waiver deadline. "They scratched me for a lot of reasons,"
    Norris said. "Its a little unfortunate. I wanted to go out there and pitch, but
    I understand theres a lot of stuff swirling around me." Lucas Harrell replaced
    Norris as Houstons starting pitcher against the Baltimore Orioles. "Its one of
    those things, from an organizational standpoint, you have a guy that has
    attracted a lot of interest from other ballclubs, and you look at the trading
    deadline looming," manager Bo Porter said. "It just made more sense to not risk
    injury at this juncture of the conversation, because the conversations have
    gotten a little deeper." With the deadline of Wednesday at 4 p.m. drawing
    closer, it was possible Norris had pitched his last game for Houston. "I dont
    know. I dont want to put any numbers on it," Norris said. "Everybodys
    speculating, and where I could go, stuff like that. But its really out of my
    hands. Its for the GMs and the front offices to decide. I just want to play
    baseball, for wherever I am. And right now Im still an Astro, and thats where my
    focus is." And if he isnt dealt? "If he doesnt get traded, yes, hes available to
    pitch (Wednesday) because the trading deadline would have passedd by 7 oclock
    tomorrow night," Porter said.dddddddddddd Norris is 6-9 with a 3.93 ERA in 21
    starts with Houston. His six wins are tops on the club and his $3 million salary
    is the highest on the rebuilding Astros, a major league-worst 35-69 at the start
    of the day. "I guess I was a little surprised by it, but I understand the reason
    behind it," Norris said. "Ive been talking to my agent about it, and he
    understands why as well. So you have to go with it. Theres nothing I can do. I
    cant complain about it." Norris, who started opening day for the Astros, is one
    of the teams biggest stars. Thats why hes the topic of trade talk around the
    league. "Its a credit to Bud Norris," Porter said. "When multiple teams are
    after your services, it speaks volumes to what it is youve done in the game of
    baseball and what other people think about you." Orioles manager Buck Showalter
    originally planned to start eight left-handed batters against Norris.
    Left-handers are batting .306 against Norris this season. Instead, Showalter
    shuffled his lineup for Harrell. "Harrells pretty good. Hes been starting for
    them all year," Showalter said. "Does it make (Norris) more valuable by pulling
    him out, knowing you can start him the day you get him? Are you getting better
    players back because hes ready to pitch right then? I dont know. Thats their
    business." ' ' '