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Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - Opposing quarterbacks surely wish two defensive ends didnt get hurt in the same practice during the early part of North Dakota State Universitys 2010 preseason camp. Then-head coach Craig Bohl changed plans and sent a true freshman named Kyle Emanuel off to work with the D-ends. And I just never came back, said Emanuel, who played mainly as a running back and linebacker in high school. Having put on nearly 30 pounds since that day, the 6-foot-3, 251-pound Emanuel has gone on to terrorize quarterbacks for NDSUs national championship program. A key member during the Bisons title three-peat, Emanuel has saved his best for last as a fifth-year senior, earning the 20th Buck Buchanan Award as the outstanding defensive player in the FCS. Emanuel received 70 of the 160 first-place votes and 495 points from a national panel of sports information and media relations directors, broadcasters, writers and other dignitaries. Villanova junior linebacker Don Cherry finished second and Montana defensive end Zack Wagenmann was third among 25 finalists. Emanuels fierce playing style doesnt match his calm off-the-field demeanor. During the regular season, he used his athleticism, speed and instincts to tie for the national high with 16.5 sacks and rank second with 27 tackles for loss. He added 70 total tackles, eight quarterback hurries, three forced fumbles, one interception and two pass breakups for coach Chris Kliemans squad. He was one of only two players in the FCS to be named The Sports Networks national defensive player of the week twice, and he went on to collect the Missouri Valley Football Conferences defensive player of the year award. Its just been unbelievable, said the construction management major (minor in business) from Schuyler, Nebraska. He has a 3.66 grade point average. Its been a culmination of a lot of things, a lot of hard work, a lot of great people here at NDSU - its truly a special place. Georgia Buchanan, whose late husband Buck is the namesake of the award - the Hall of Famer was the prototype for future NFL defensive linemen - presented the 20th annual award at The Sports Networks FCS Awards Banquet and Presentation. There were 160 ballots cast in the 2014 Buck Buchanan Award voting. Past winners include Jared Allen, Kroy Biermann, Dexter Coakley, Rashean Mathis and Arthur Moats, all current or past NFL players. The results: 2014 Buck Buchanan Award.......1st....2nd....3rd....4th....5th....Total 1. Kyle Emanuel, North Dakota St...70.....18.....18......8......3.....495 2. Don Cherry, Villanova...........13.....23.....17.....17.....11.....253 3. Zack Wagenmann, Montana.........12.....17.....14.....10.....13.....203 4. Quinn Backus, Coastal Carolina...9.....18.....10.....12.....11.....182 5. Donald Payne, Stetson...........11.....12.....11.....14.....13.....177 6. Nick Dzubnar, Cal Poly..........10.....13.....13......7.....16.....171 7. Jacob Hagen, Liberty.............2.....15.....13.....11.....11.....142 8. Javon Hargrave, S. Carolina St...8......5......9.....10......7.....114 9. Connor Underwood, Indiana State..1......6.....11.....14......7......97 10. James Cowser, Southern Utah......2......7......8......8.....15......93 11. Alec May, Georgetown.............3......4.....10.....11......7......90 12. Davis Tull, Chattanooga..........3......7......6......7......9......84 13. Xavier Williams, Northern Iowa...3......1......3......6......7......47 14. Jonathan Woodard, C. Arkansas....2......2......4......2......3......37 15. Caleb Schaffitzel, Missouri St...3......0......1......7......2......34 16. Tony Bell, UT Martin.............2......3......2......1......3......33 17. Lynden Trail, Norfolk State......2......3......1......1......2......29 18. Zack Hodges, Harvard.............1......1......1......4......2......22 19T.Jeff Covitz, Bryant..............1......1......0......3......3......18 19T.Christian Ricard, Stony Brook....0......1......2......2......4......18 21. Ryan Delaire, Towson.............1......0......2......2......1......16 22. Isiah Corbett, SE Louisiana......0......2......1......0......3......14 23. Jaquiski Tartt, Samford..........0......1......1......2......2......13 24T.O.J. Mau, Gardner-Webb.......... 1......0......1......0......1.......9 24T.Colten Heagle, North Dakota St.. 0......0......1......1......4.......9 A first-place vote was worth five points, a second-place vote four points, a third-place vote three points, a fourth-place vote two points and a fifth-place vote one point.
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. The team announced the moves before Sundays game against Houston. Shaw was 1-4 with a 4.26 ERA in 43 games for the Diamondbacks. Bergesen was claimed off waivers from Baltimore on Friday.
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. Johnson shared an update after his surgery Tuesday on Twitter. He also wrote, "now lets get on the grind." The running back told The Tennessean he was having surgery in Pensacola, Fla.
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." The tournament was set to be held Sept. 15-21 and would have been the first ATP tournament held in Israel since 1996. But amid Israels military campaign against Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip, ATP President Chris Kermode said "we do not feel we can proceed as planned given the situation in the region.
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. It will then be back to business once the puck drops as the two clubs battle for key points in their respective playoff races. Watch the game live on TSN Canadiens and listen on TSN Radio 690 starting at 7:30pm et.
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. The 34-year-old averaged 10.1 points and 2.7 rebounds in 82 games played in 2013-14 with the Utah Jazz. Jefferson has averaged 14.5 points, 4.Ames, IA (SportsNetwork.com) - Naz Long poured in 20 points and Georges Niang added 15, leading 11th-ranked Iowa State to an 86-81 win over No. 9 Kansas on Saturday at Hilton Coliseum. Dustin Hogue chipped in 14 points for Iowa State (13-3, 3-1 Big 12), which bounced back from a 74-73 loss at Baylor on Wednesday. The Cyclones extended their home winning streak to 16 games, including nine straight against conference opponents. Perry Ellis scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Kansas (14-3, 3-1), which entered the contest as the last unbeaten team in conference play. The Jayhawks had a five-game winning streak stopped. They were a lot faster than us, said Kansas coach Bill Self. I think they surprised us early in the game by getting it out quick and beating us a couple of possessions down the floor. We didnt do a good job of that at all. They outplayed us. Iowa State extended a three-point halftime advantage to 12 points just over five minutes into the second half, as Niangs layup made it 51-39. Kansas, though, followed with a 14-4 run and pulled within 55-53 on a Kelly Oubre Jr. dunk with 9 1/2 minutes remaining. A Jameel McKay dunk then ignited a 16-4 Iowa State surge. McKay added four more points during the burst, which also featured triples from Niang and Long. Longs layup capped it and gave the Cyclones a 71-57 cushion with 6 1/2 minutes to play. Kansas again rallied and a bucket by Oubre made it 74-70, but Iowa State countered with a quick layup by Monte Morris, got a stop and added a Hogue dunk for an eight-point game. The Jayhawks didnt quit and pulled within 82-79 in the final minute thanks to some poor free throw shooting by Iowa State. Morris made the ssecond of two free throws for a two-possession game, but Wayne Selden was called for a charge at the other end with 14 seconds remaining.dddddddddddd Bryce Dejean-Jones continued the Iowa State trend by making 1-of-2 at the line, but Frank Mason III missed a runner in the lane for Kansas and Long sealed it with two at the stripe. We are really struggling from the free throw line right now, said Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg. Well keep working on them. It would have been nice to keep that (lead) at double digits, but Kansas does that to you. Its a team that knows how to win and the games not over until the buzzer sounds. Mason led the Jayhawks with 21 points and Selden added 12 in defeat. Dejean-Jones scored 12 points, while McKay and Morris each finished with 11. Morris also contributed 10 assists and a matched a career high with seven rebounds. Kansas opened an 8-3 lead early, but Iowa State quickly answered with eight of the next 10 for an 11-10 lead and it remained close until the final minutes of the first half. The Cyclones opened a 34-28 lead on a Hogue 3-pointer with 1:49 left, but Kansas responded with five straight before Longs basket sent Iowa State to the break with a 36-33 edge. Game Notes Iowa State has won the last two meetings after dropping five in a row to the Jayhawks. The teams will meet again on Feb. 2 at Allen Fieldhouse ... Iowa State is 40-2 at Hilton Coliseum in the last three seasons. Both losses have come against Kansas ... Morris notched his first career double-double and his fourth career game with double-figure assists ... Iowa State will next host Kansas State on Tuesday ... Kansas will return home Monday to play Oklahoma. ' ' '
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