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lay in the frontcourt with 15.3 po

Messaggioda lw789 » 25/01/2018, 3:39

If Chad Johnson was hoping for a regular parking space at the home of the Montreal Alouettes, the GMs spot is taken for a few more years. The Als gave Jim Popp a contract extension on Thursday, ending worries the team would suffer added brain drain after losing Marc Trestman to the Chicago Bears. ?Popp has frequently been a candidate for a range of front office jobs including the GM role with the NFLs Carolina Panthers, a team headquartered just a 30-minute drive from his home in North Carolina. Since Popp helped move the Baltimore Stallions north in 1996, the Alouettes are the winningest team in the CFL.? Popp has been the only constant, but sources close to the team admit he had been hoping and planning on returning this season in the dual role of coach and GM.? Entering the final year of his contract, he was surprised by the hiring of Tom Higgins -- a CFL sideline veteran and former director of officiating -- as the teams new head coach. Some have speculated Popps signing of the NFL star formerly known as Ochocinco was as much about putting himself back in the front office job spotlight south of the border as it was getting the Bengals all-time leading receiver for Alouette quarterbacks. But Popp has never been shy about taking a chance on NFL talents past their prime: witness Ahman Green, Quincy Carter and the infamous Lawrence Phillips -- who helped Popp and the Als end a 25-year Grey Cup drought back in 2002. The quest for the next great quarterback led Popp to even claim the likes of NFL stars Colin Kaepernick, Russell Wilson and Tim Tebow on his negotiating lists. Popps master stroke in recent years was turning an out-of-fashion offensive guru named Marc Trestman into the hottest coaching commodity to come out of Canada in recent decades.? The immediate task for Popp this season is keeping the Als competitive after the retirement of Anthony Calvillo, as Troy Smith, the 2006 Heisman Trophy winner, will attempt to solidify his teams tentative start with a victory against Winnipeg Friday night.? Popp will soon be packing bags for his annual NFL training camp scouting missions in about two weeks, when hell see his first round selection in the CFL Draft, David Foucault now a rookie hopeful with the Panthers. Jermaine Jones Jersey . on the 15-day disabled Monday list because of a strained right hamstring. Matt Hedges Jersey . -- Raiders wide receiver Jacoby Ford made it through a third straight practice without any setbacks and expects to play in Oaklands regular-season finale against San Diego. http://www.usasoccerauthority.com/timot ... sa-jersey/. Its the games against the leagues struggling franchises that have proved to be an issue. Paul Arriola Jersey . Signs of a turnaround have emerged in this series at Minnesota. 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Syracuse suffered its only loss of the season to California (73-59), but has won three games since, including last weeks 72-48 drubbing of Holy Cross. Syracuse leads the series with Michigan by a count of 8-6. However, it was Michigan which won the last meeting, a 61-56 decision in the 2013 Final Four. Like has been the case in recent years, it is Syracuse stingy defensive play which fuels its success. Through six games, opponents are averaging just 51.7 ppg against the Orange, while being held well under 40 percent shooting (.341). That number includes an ugly .268 from behind the arc, as Syracuse seems to contest each and every shot. Senior big man Rakeem Christmas (6-9, 250) has taken his game to a new level this season. He is shooting .559 from the floor and leads the team in both scoring (17.5 ppg) and rebounding (9.5 rpg). Freshman Chris McCullough adds to the strong play in the frontcourt with 15.3 points and 8.3 rebounds per game. Junior Trevor Cooney ((10.dddddddddddd2 ppg) and freshman Kaleb Joseph (8.5 ppg, 6.1 apg) provide backcourt balance. Christmas and McCullough were simply too much for Holy Cross to contend with last time out. In all, Syracuse outscored Holy Cross in the paint, 42-16. Christmas was 8-of-10 from the floor and 9-of-10 from the free- throw line, finishing with a career-high 25 points. McCullough managed his second career double-double with 14 points and 13 rebounds. Joseph had a strong game as well, tallying 14 points of his own, while grabbing seven rebounds and dishing out six assists. Michigan put on an offensive clinic in last weeks win over Nicholls State, as the team shot .552 from the floor overall and was even better from long range, draining 14-of-24 3-point attempts (.583). Five players notched double figures in the win, including four starters. Caris LeVert hit five 3-pointers and led all scorers with 24 points. Ricky Doyle came off the bench with 15 points, while other key contributors included Zak Irvin (14 pts), Kameron Chatman (11 pts) and Spike Albrecht (10 pts). Irvin and LeVert have been a potent one-two punch in the backcourt for Michigan this season. Irvin holds a slight edge in the scoring column at 17.7 ppg, followed closely by LeVerts 17.5 ppg. The pair have combined for 32 of the teams 53 3-pointers through six games. Sophomore point guard Derrick Walton Jr. (13.8 ppg) is the only other Michigan player currently averaging double digits, although he missed the last game due to a foot injury and is listed as questionable for this contest. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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