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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Chris Archer didnt need much run support for the struggling Tampa Bay hitters. Archer allowed three hits in 6 2/3 innings, Kevin Kiermaier and Evan Longoria homered on consecutive pitches, and the Rays beat the Houston Astros 5-0 on Thursday night. "Tonight he was dominant," Tampa Bay catcher Ryan Hanigan said of Archer. Archer (4-4) struck out eight and walked two to help the Rays win for the sixth time in the last 23 games. "It makes a huge difference when youre pitching ahead," Archer said. "Just getting strike one is key and thats what tonight was proof of." Three Tampa Bay relievers completed a three-hitter, sending Houston to its fourth straight loss. Kiermaier hit a two-run homer before Longoria had a solo drive off Paul Clemens in the seventh. Collin McHugh (4-5) gave up two unearned runs and four hits over six innings on his 27th birthday. "Hes got weapons," Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon said. "Hes got know-how too." The Rays took a 2-0 lead in the fourth on Yunel Escobars run-scoring single and a bunt by Hanigan. Tampa Bay got a break when shortstop Jonathan Villar dropped a throw on Brandon Guyers potential double-play grounder after a leadoff single by James Loney. "You look at the quality of pitches he was throwing at that point, he pretty much was in control of the game," Astros manager Bo Porter said. "It was a groundball, double-play ball that we end up not recording a single out. Now it turns it into a pretty stressful inning." Jose Altuve opened the Houston fourth with an infield single and swiped second, but was left stranded. The Astros also failed to score during the sixth when Altuve singled and stole his AL-high 26th base. One day after loading the bases with no outs in the first inning and not scoring in a 2-0 loss to Baltimore, the Rays failed to capitalize during the opening frame Thursday despite having runners on first and third and no outs. McHugh struck out Kiermaier and Longoria before getting a comebacker from Loney. Ben Zobrist, 1 for his last 37 with runners in scoring position, popped out, Kiermaier struck out and Longoria hit a liner to third after the first two Rays drew walks in the third. "We had plenty of opportunities early," Maddon said. "It finally kicked in late." NOTES: The Rays placed OF David DeJesus on the 15-day DL with a broken left hand. DeJesus expects his hand will be in a splint for three weeks. ... Guyer (broken left thumb) was activated from the 15-day DL. ... Tampa Bay RHP Jeremy Hellickson (elbow) will need at least one more minor league start. Hellickson has made three rehab starts, including the last two at Triple-A where he has allowed 11 runs and 18 hits over a combined five innings. ... Houston RHP Brad Peacock, (food poisoning), Saturdays scheduled starter, rejoined the team. ... Rays LHP David Price (5-6) and Astros RHP Jarred Cosart (6-5) are Friday nights starters. 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Golson threw a career-high four interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns by Damarious Randall and Lloyd Carrington, and lost a fumble to offset a 446-yard passing day and likely end Notre Dames hopes for a selection in the end-of-the-year playoff. Honestly, I think its all on me, said Golson of the loss. You play with fire as much as I did today, you know you are going to get burnt eventually. The Irish (7-2) entered the matchup 10th in the latest playoff rankings, one spot behind Arizona State (8-1), which also got seven sacks from its swarming defense in addition to the five takeaways. We surprised a lot of people but we have not surprised ourselves, said Sun Devils head coach Todd Graham. Our guys are talented. We have a real football team. I am very proud of them. Kelly threw for 224 yards and three touchdowns on a 17-of-28 completion rate while adding a late score on the ground. Demario Richard added a rushing and receiving touchdown in the Sun Devils fourth triumph over a ranked opponent since a lopsided loss to UCLA on Sept. 25, with D.J. Foster contributing 120 rushing yards on 21 carries. Golson did connect on touchdown passes to Will Fuller and Amir Carlisle while hitting on 22-of-41 attempts. Fuller finished with 95 yards on six catches and Carlisle had three receptions for 92 yards. The teams had traded field goals prior to the Sun Devils pressuring Golson into critical mistakes on three consecutive drives, beginning a run of 31 consecutive points that put the Fighting Irish in a hole they never could quite overcome. They came awfully close, however, as Golsons 25-yard pass to Carlisle with 6:37 left capped a string of four straight Notre Dame touchdowns that cut the deficit to 34-31. Arizona States offense, shut down the entire second half at the time, responded with a pivotal 5-play, 75-yard sequence to regain some breathing room. Three Foster runs that gained 31 yards preceded Richards 40-yard burst on a screen pass that got the Sun Devils to the opposing 4-yard line. Richard was open in the flat on the next play and snared Kellys third TD delivery to restore ASUs 10-point advantage with 4:29 remaining. Carrington then sealed the outcome by jumping a route and sprinting down the sideline for a 58-yard interception return. Kelly tacked on a 2-yard touchdown run in the final minute after the Irish were stopped on down deep in their own end. Second half we were very resilient on both sides of the ball, just a couple mistakes (I) made messed it up for us, Golson said. Tashon Smallwood forced Golsons first turnover with a sack that caused a fumble the defensive tackle returned six yards to the Notre Dame 13 late in the opening quarter. Jaelen Strong came up with an acrobatic one-handed catch in the end zone on the following play to give Arizona State a 10-3 edge. On the Irishs next offensive snap, Golsons pass was batted near the line of scrimmage by Demetrius Cherry and snatched in the air by llineman Marcus Hardison at the Notre Dame 23.dddddddddddd Richard ripped off a 14-yard run shortly afterward before crossing the goal line from a yard out to extend the margin to 14 points. Golsons problems continued on the Irishs subsequent possession, as Hardison got his hands on another pass attempt and Randall picked off the deflected ball and raced untouched 59 yards the other way to stake the Sun Devils to a commanding 24-3 advantage 40 seconds into the second quarter. We knew in their last five games that they turned the ball over twelve times. We just went and took advantage of that, said Randall. Getting pressure on a mobile quarterback is kind of like their kryptonite, because they just want to sit back in the pocket and run whenever stuff is not open. We just forced (Golson) to play for us. Arizona States defense didnt let up, inducing a three-and-out on Notre Dames next series that led to Kellys on-target deep pass that Cameron Smith hauled in for a 43-yard touchdown. The Irish continued to struggle moving the ball, and the Sun Devils increased the margin to 34-3 with 1:09 left in the half on a Zane Gonzalez 28-yard field goal that concluded a 14-play, 61-yard sequence. Notre Dame did manage to enter the break on a positive note. C.J. Prosise came through with a 59-yard catch-and-run deep into ASU territory to begin a four- play drive culminating in Fullers 9-yard over-the-shoulder TD grab 11 seconds prior to the intermission. The momentum carried over past the stoppage, as Golson found Fuller down the left sideline for a 44-yard gain to the Arizona State six on the first possession of the second half. The Irish came up empty, however, when a hurried Golson tossed his third interception of the day at the goal line. Notre Dame was able to cash in on a red-zone chance later in the third quarter, however. Golsons 32-yard down-the-middle strike to Carlisle put the ball at the Sun Devils six and set up the first of two Cam McDaniel 1- yard touchdown runs. The Irishs next drive resulted in another red-zone gaffe, however, as holder Hunter Smith dropped the snap on Kyle Brindzas 31-yard field goal try. Kelly was intercepted by Matthias Farley on Arizona States ensuing trek, however, and Notre Dame marched 50 yards in seven plays to enable McDaniel to plow into the end zone once again and trim the lead to 34-24 with 9:12 left. After the Sun Devils quickly went three-and-out, Golson found a wide-open Carlisle on a blown coverage to make it a three-point game. Golson did get off to a strong start, completing his first five passes to put Brindza in range for a successful 46-yard field goal on Notre Dames initial possession. The Sun Devils countered with a Gonzalez 47-yard field goal that was positioned by five Foster runs that totaled 36 yards. Game Notes The win was ASUs first in four lifetime meetings with Notre Dame, which handed the Sun Devils a 37-34 loss in Arlington, Texas last season ... Golson became the first Irish quarterback to surpass 400 passing yards in a game since Jimmy Clausen had 452 against Navy in 2009 ... The Irish are now 2-6 the last eight years the week after facing Navy, which includes a loss to Tulsa -- then coached by Graham -- in 2010 ... Notre Dame fell to 4-6 since the start of the 2013 season when committing two or more turnovers ... The Irish have allowed 168 points over their last four games. Cheap Jerseys Online Wholesale Black NFL Jerseys Youth NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping ' ' '
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