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PROVO, Utah -- On Friday night, Mississippi State (2-4) fell to BYU (4-3) 28-21 in double overtime in its longest road trip of the season. http://www.eaglesrookiestore.com/Eagles-Donnie-Jones-Jersey/ . The contest was close for the entirety of the evening but, ultimately, BYU prevailed as MSUs final pass attempt in the second overtime fell incomplete.Sophomore quarterback Nick Fitzgerald completed 17-of-36 passes for 214 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. He also rushed for 41 yards and two touchdowns while sophomore running back Aeris Williams led the Bulldogs with 86 yards rushing on 21 carries. Fred Ross had a team-high five receptions for 69 yards, while Keith Mixon had four catches for the same yardage and States first touchdown of the night.Defensively, freshman inside linebacker Leo Lewis had a career high 12 tackles to lead MSU, including six solo, while States defense as a whole racked up six tackles for loss. Richie Brown added 10 tackles, nine solo, and a pass breakup.State stays on the road next weekend, travelling to take on Kentucky (3-3) in Lexington, Ky. That game is set to kickoff at 7:30 p.m. ET (6:30 p.m. CT) and will be televised by the SEC Network. The Wildcats are off this weekend. http://www.eaglesrookiestore.com/Eagles-Wes-Hopkins-Jersey/ . The catch: It needs a lot of money, and it needs it fast. http://www.eaglesrookiestore.com/Eagles-...ernigan-Jersey/ .Y. -- Knicks coach Mike Woodson said Wednesday that J. http://www.eaglesrookiestore.com/Eagles-Chris-Long-Jersey/ .35 million, one-year contract that avoided salary arbitration. Plouffe batted .254 with 14 home runs and 52 RBIs in 477 at-bats last season, his second as a regular in the lineup.BOSTON -- The Boston Bruins see the glass as half-full despite their 6-5 overtime loss to the Chicago in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup final. But they have plenty to ponder en route to Chicago for Game 5 Saturday even if the team mantra was clearly to look forward not back. The best-of-seven series has become a best-of-three. The Bruins, who bottled up the Chicago attack in winning Games 2 and 3, had hoped to arrive in the Windy City holding a commanding 3-1 lead. "You move on. Its one loss. Weve got two wins, weve got two losses," Boston coach Claude Julien said Thursday after an optional skate following a video session at TD Garden. "Its about preparing for the next game, and our mood is fine. "Who wouldnt be happy to be in the Stanley Cup finals? Youve got to remember where we are and whats at stake here, and certainly not hang your head over a loss." Julien saw lots of positives: his team scored five goals, came back twice from two-goal deficits and the power play was working. But he admitted that the Bruins have to put in a better start and make better decisions throughout. Boston also allowed the speedy, skilful Hawks too much space and too many options, he added. "Theyre a good team," he said of Chicago. "Ive said that all along, and theyre going to get their chances. Weve just got to minimize them." Instead the Bruins and Hawks went on a wild roller-coaster ride, with Hawks defenceman Brent Seabrook deciding the game on a slapshot through traffic in overtime. Chicagos reunited line of Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane and Bryan Bickell buzzed all night. It combined for two goals and three assists and all three made a nuisance of themselves. Toews refused to be budged from in front of the net all game and Bickell helped free his captain on Chicagos second goal, slyly kicking out one of Zdeno Charas skates to topple the giant Bruins defenceman. By the time Chara had got back on his feet, Toews had tipped in Michal Rozsivals point shot for the goal. To his credit, Chara did not complain although he gave the referee a quizzical look. Asked about Charas play on the night, Julien didnt mince words. "I think he was OK. Theres no doubt they went after him and he was OK because our whole team was OK. I dont think anybody on our team can stand up today and say I thought I had a great game, and thats why were sitting here today tied 2-all." Chicago clearly felt that it had brought the six-foot-nine Chara down to size somewhat. "Chara, hes one of their key players," Toews said after the game. "Hes a great player. We know his No. 1 advantage is his size, rreach and strength. http://www.eaglesrookiestore.com/Eagles-...Sturgis-Jersey/. "I think at the same time you cant give him too much respect and want to compensate the way you play as a line considering the fact hes out there against you guys. I mean, theres certain ways you can expose him. I think the dumpings that we made tonight were going to his side. We made sure we were outnumbering him everywhere we went, taking away his stick first thing. "We just try not to be intimidated by his size. You have to get to the net, find a way inside, not be, like I said, intimidated by that. We can outwork him, and we did that tonight, and we want to continue that." Apprised of those comments, Bruins forward Brad Marchand called his captain one of the best defencemen in the league and then refused to take the bait "Theyre welcome to say whatever they want," he said of the Hawks. "Were just worried about how we have to play, in the (dressing) room. "Z (Chara) steps up and plays his best. We can expect that." Julien was his normally affable self Thursday, although he took the time to remind his listeners that Bruins hockey was more than "being rough and tumble and not much else." Whatever it is, Boston didnt showcase its brand in Game 4. The Hawks even enjoyed success in the faceoff circle, normally the Bruins domain, narrowing the deficit in faceoff wins to 39-38 from the lopsided 40-16 of Game 3. Boston was sluggish once again at the start. The Blackhawks were outshooting them 7-1 at one point. Chicago got bodies in front of Tuukka Rask. At the other end of the ice, the Hawks blocked more shots than the Bruins for the first time in the series. "I think both sides were pretty poor on the D (defence) side of the puck," said Boston forward Chris Kelly. "Its a game of mistakes," he added. "And I think both sides made their fair share of mistakes." Added defenceman Adam McQuaid: "We werent at our best, theres no question about that." The Bruins were looking to leave the negatives behind them as they headed west. "Theres nothing you can do about it. Look to the next one," said Kelly. "It would have bee a nice game to win, for sure," added Marchand. "But at this point of the season, whether you win or lose, youve got to let the game go and focus on the next one. It comes too quick and the next one means too much." Said Julien: "I dont think anything positive will come out of just worrying about what happened last night." "Nothing you can do about it today, but you can do something about if for the next game," he added. Cheap Hoodies From China Discount NFL Shirts Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Fast Shipping China Jerseys Stitched Jerseys ' ' '

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