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Stock up/stock down: A look back at Syracuse football’s loss to Notre Dame

first_img Published on October 2, 2016 at 3:35 pm Contact Jon: jrmettus@syr.edu | @jmettus Facebook Twitter Google+ Eric Dungey, sophomore quarterbackSU’s offense was dwarfed by Notre Dame’s big plays, but Eric Dungey turned in another solid game. He threw the ball 51 times for 363 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. He was the team’s leading rusher, ran for three scores and was able to draw the Fighting Irish offside at least four times.His throws weren’t the sharpest again, but Dungey delivered in the red zone. SU abandoned the run game, putting the whole offense on Dungey’s shoulders, and he led it to 33 points. The offense did struggle after the opening two touchdowns again, but Dungey even slid twice on runs, which is an improvement for him.Clare Ramirez | Presentation DirectorStock DownSyracuse’s big-play defenseThe Tampa 2 is a scheme designed to bend, not break. Give up yards in small doses, not huge chunks. But again, the Orange was a major victim of big plays. Notre Dame scored four offensive touchdowns of more than 50 yards, including a 79-yard touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage.Even when it looked like SU had Fighting Irish running back Dexter Williams caught behind the line of scrimmage for a loss, Williams cut back left against the defense that over-pursued and trotted into the end zone after 59 yards with no one around him. Kizer’s 471 passing yards are the most in a win in Fighting Irish history, which dates to 1887.Jessica Sheldon | Photo EditorKickersPlace kicker Cole Murphy entered the Notre Dame game coming off a week where he went 1-for-3 on field goals and booted two kickoffs out of bounds. It didn’t get much better for him on Saturday. Murphy had his first PAT blocked and returned for a score — not necessarily his fault — and then missed on a 40-yard field goal before halftime that would have brought the Orange within three points.Punter Sterling Hofrichter had a rough day, too. He shanked one rugby-style punt from Syracuse’s 43 that went out of bounds after only 13 yards. He seems to have mishit several punts this season, but he’s tied for being the 10th-most used punter in the country, averaging 6.4 per game. His yards per punt average is 48th in the nation.Hofrichter also mishandled a PAT snap as the holder, costing SU a point.Jessica Sheldon | Photo EditorCordell Hudson, redshirt sophomore cornerbackCordell Hudson did prevent himself from being hurdled again and made a few nice stops, but he was also apart of three of Notre Dame’s four offensive touchdowns that went for more than 50 yards.On the very first play of the game, Hudson squared up Equanimeous St. Brown running laterally across the field toward him at about the Notre Dame 45. St. Brown cut up the field and Hudson just fell to the ground after only getting a hand on him.On Notre Dame’s next offensive possession, Hudson covered St. Brown one-on-one. Hudson slowed up while St. Brown accelerated as the ball was thrown and St. Brown caught it a step ahead of Hudson, who face-planted into the ground again as St. Brown went in for a score.Hudson was the man with backside contain on Dexter Williams’ 59-yard cutback touchdown run, but Hudson again was caught off guard with a cut up field and missed the tackle, only grazing Williams with his left hand.Jessica Sheldon | Photo Editor Commentscenter_img The opening five minutes of Syracuse against Notre Dame saw 36 point scored, a blocked extra point returned for two points and a kickoff return for a touchdown. By halftime, Syracuse was within six points. Take away the blocked PAT and give the Orange the field goal missed at the buzzer and it would have been tied. But the Fighting Irish opened the half with 17 unanswered points and stomped on SU, 50-33, at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.Here’s a look at where some players and units stood out.Stock upBrisly Estime, senior wide receiverBrisly Estime was electric in the punt return game, catching three kicks and taking them a total of 128 yards. His best return of the day came with less than a minute left in the first half. Several Notre Dame players were within a few yards of Estime as he caught the ball at his own 12, but they stopped, apparently thinking he called for a fair catch. So Estime bolted forward, shed about three tackles, and was finally brought down at Notre Dame’s 14. The Orange scored a touchdown right before the half as a result of his return.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter the first week of the season, head coach Dino Babers took Estime off punt returns to save his energy for offense. But his replacement, freshman receiver Sean Riley, looked a bit shaky. Estime took the last punt in the fourth quarter against UConn last week and started taking punts in the second quarter this week. He already has the seventh-most yards in FBS despite being tied for 48th in number of punt returns, with seven. His 21.9 yards per return in second best.Jessica Sheldon | Photo EditorZaire Franklin, junior linebackerSyracuse’s defense did not look good against Notre Dame, but one player that shined in moments was Zaire Franklin. The middle linebacker came up with three of the defense’s biggest plays on the day. Franklin finished with nine tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, a sack and an interception.He read a jet sweep play at the goal line and took down running back Josh Adams with a solo tackle at Syracuse’s 1-yard line. When Notre Dame had the ball on third down at SU’s 35 with about a minute left in the first half, Franklin darted in from pass coverage and took down a scrambling DeShone Kizer for an 11-yard sack, knocking UND out of field goal range. On Notre Dame’s next offensive play, Franklin jumped in front of a crossing route and returned the interception to UND’s 34 with 16 seconds left in the first.MORE COVERAGE:What we learned from Syracuse’s loss to Notre DameSyracuse fizzles once again after hot startBig plays torch the Orange’s defenselast_img read more

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U.S. Open 2019 leaderboard: Live golf scores, results from Sunday’s Round 4

first_imgWoods has plenty of competition in the 156-player field. A red-hot Koepka, looking to become the second golfer ever to win the U.S. Open three consectuive years, is the betting favorite on the heels of a runaway PGA Championship title. The field also features each of the last 10 U.S. Open winners, including Johnson, Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy,Follow Tiger’s score and the rest of the field below with our live U.S. Open leaderboard. You can also check out our “Tiger Tracker” for highlights from Woods’ first round.TIGER TRACKER: Follow Tiger Woods’ Round 4 at the U.S. OpenU.S. Open leaderboard: Live scores from Round 4LeaderboardU.S. Open12 – 15 June 2019Pos.Player NameNationalityScoreRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Total1Gary WoodlandUSA-13686569692712Brooks KoepkaUSA-10696968682743Xander SchauffeleUSA-7667371672773Justin RoseEngland-7657068742773Jon RahmSpain-7697070682773Chez ReavieUSA-7687068712777Adam ScottAustralia-6706971682787Louis OosthuizenSouth Africa-6667070722789Chesson HadleyUSA-5687070712799Rory McIlroyNorthern Ireland-5686970722799Henrik StensonSweden-56871707027912Danny WillettEngland-47171677128012Matthew FitzpatrickEngland-46971726828012Viktor HovlandNorway-46973716728012Matt WallaceEngland-47068717128016Byeong Hun AnSouth Korea-37072687128116Francesco MolinariItaly-36872717028116Matt KucharUSA-36969707328116Graeme McDowellNorthern Ireland-36970707228116Webb SimpsonUSA-37468736628121Tiger WoodsUSA-27072716928221Patrick CantlayUSA-27371687028221Hideki MatsuyamaJapan-26973707028221Jason DayAustralia-27073706928221Alex PrughUSA-27569706828221Tyrrell HattonEngland-27074696928221Paul CaseyEngland-27072736728228Jim FurykUSA-17367727128328Shane LowryRepublic of Ireland-17569706928328Sepp StrakaAustria-16872766728328Nate LashleyUSA-16774707228332Billy HorschelUSAPar7370717028432Marcus KinhultSwedenPar7470746628432Patrick ReedUSAPar7173726828435Brandon WuUSA+17169717428535Collin MorikawaUSA+17173726928535Dustin JohnsonUSA+17169717428535Aaron WiseUSA+16671796928535Marc LeishmanAustralia+16974707228535Martin KaymerGermany+16975717028535Bryson DeChambeauUSA+16974736928535Jason DufnerUSA+17071737128543Andrew PutnamUSA+27371736928643Nick TaylorCanada+27470707228643Erik Van RooyenSouth Africa+27173727028643Rory SabbatiniSouth Africa+27271737028643Tom HogeUSA+27173717128643Rickie FowlerUSA+26677717228649Daniel BergerUSA+37370747028749Kevin KisnerUSA+37370756928749Abraham AncerMexico+37468697628752Scott PiercyUSA+46772727728852Carlos OrtizMexico+47070757328852Charles Howell IIIUSA+47270747228852HaoTong LiChina+47170727528852Sergio GarciaSpain+46970757428852Phil MickelsonUSA+47269757228858Charlie DanielsonUSA+57270777028958Adri ArnausSpain+56975737228958Harris EnglishUSA+57169767328958Andy PopeUSA+57271757128958Emiliano GrilloArgentina+56874747328958Chandler EatonUSA+57270737428958Zach JohnsonUSA+57069797128965Jordan SpiethUSA+67269737629065Tommy FleetwoodEngland+67173737329065Brian StuardUSA+67173747229065Justin WaltersSouth Africa+67272776929065Kyle StanleyUSA+67173757129065Rafa Cabrera BelloSpain+67074747229071Rhys EnochWales+77866717629172Luke DonaldEngland+87270777329272Billy Hurley IIIUSA+87370737629272Clément SordetFrance+87668747429272Cameron SmithAustralia+87172777229276Bernd WiesbergerAustria+107173787229477Brandt SnedekerUSA+117569747729578Chip McDanielUSA+137173767729779Michael ThorbjornsenUSA+2071738476304 The 2019 U.S. Open combines with the picturesque views of Pebble Beach in golf’s third major on the 2019 calendar.California’s iconic course is the perfect backdrop for the 119th installment of the tournament, which follows the PGA Championship for the first time. It boasts an impressive field, of course, led by two-time defending champion Brooks Koepka, now the world’s No. 1 golfer, and Dustin Johnson, who’s eager to reclaim that perch. But all eyes will be on Tiger Woods, whose 2019 season so far has been a tale of two majors.MORE: Watch the U.S. Open live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Woods, ranked fifth in the world, recaptivated the sports world’s imagination by winning the Masters in April only to miss the cut at the PGA Championship weeks later. He corrected course with a top-10 finish at the Memorial Tournament but will need to remain in contention all weekend at Pebble Beach to prove Bethpage Black was a fluke.last_img read more

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Browns’ Antonio Callaway suspended 4 games for violating NFL substance abuse policy

first_imgThe Browns selected Callaway in the fourth round of the 2018 draft despite a troubled past.He was suspended during his final season at Florida for involvement in a credit card fraud case and was cited for marijuana possession while there, too. He was marked as tested positive for marijuana at the NFL combine in February 2018.Callaway already was in Stage 1 of the league’s substance abuse program so also could be subject to a fine because of this infraction. Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway has been suspended four games to start the 2019 regular season for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, the league announced Friday.The news comes less than 24 hours after Callaway caught three passes (out of six targets) for 42 yards in Cleveland’s 30-10 win over Washington in the preseason opener Thursday. “We’re disappointed in Antonio,” general manager John Dorsey said in a statement, adding that he and coach Freddie Kitchens “have had a direct conversation with him about where we stand.”The suspension stems from an August 2018 incident in which Callaway was cited for marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license. Callaway had argued at the time that he wasn’t responsible for what police described as a “small amount” of marijuana found under a seat after he was pulled over in Strongsville, Ohio. Related News Browns’ Freddie Kitchens vows to fire staff members if info leaked to mediacenter_img Callaway — who was battling Rashard Higgins for the No. 3 receiver role — has been running with the reserves, which according to NFL.com could stem from the suspension which had been under appeal.He had 43 catches for 586 yards and five touchdowns as a rookie last season.Under terms of the suspension, Callaway is eligible to participate in all preseason practices and games. He will be eligible to return to the Browns’ active roster on Monday, Sept. 30, after the team’s Sept. 29 game at Baltimore.“I take full responsibility for my actions. I made a mistake and I own that,” Callaway said in a statement. “I have taken steps to make myself better, and I appreciate the Browns standing by me and supporting me during this time. I know there’s nothing I can say to regain trust; it will all be about my actions.” Browns trade disgruntled running back Duke Johnson to Texanslast_img read more

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