#1 a game on any field. It just wasnt quite enough von mary123 25.09.2019 10:28

CINCINNATI -- The?Bengals?lost wide receiver A.J. Green?for multiple weeks with a hamstring injury Sunday, and according to a USA Today report, running back Giovani Bernard?was ruled out for the season with a torn ACL in his left knee.Sources told ESPNs Adam Schefter there is a chance Green will not play again this season.Green hit the ground while trying to make a catch on the second play of the game against the Buffalo Bills, and he got up in obvious pain. He briefly stood on the sideline, held up by two assistant trainers, who signaled for a cart. Green was taken to the locker room and did not return.Bengals coach Marvin Lewis declined to give an official update on Greens status when asked after Cincinnatis 16-12 loss.I dont know when he can be back, but he has a hamstring injury, I can tell you that, Lewis said.Green is scheduled for an MRI on his right hamstring Monday.Bernard was in the game until the last minute as the running back on passing downs and caught four passes in the final two minutes. When he got hurt is unclear, but according to WKRC-TV in Cincinnati, he was spotted being consoled by teammates and coaches in the locker room after the game.He finished with 21 yards on seven carries.Bernard is the Bengals change-of-pace back and can catch balls out of the backfield in addition to being used as a traditional rusher. He has 91 carries for 337 yards and two rushing touchdowns this year and 39 catches for 336 yards and a touchdown. Bernard is second in receptions on the team behind Green.Green was sitting at his locker after the game, but he declined to talk to the media.I just talked to him a little while ago, said teammate Domata Peko. He said hes going to take it day to day.Numerous teammates called Green the best player or one of the best players on the team when discussing his injury after the game.Hes our leader and the best playmaker we have, said running back Jeremy Hill. When you lose him, it definitely hurts the team.A five-time Pro Bowler, Green was on track for his sixth 1,000-yard receiving season this year. With 964 receiving yards on the season, he came into the game trailing only Atlanta Falcons wideout?Julio Jones in that category.Green has four touchdowns for the Bengals this season. Vapormax Herre Til Salg . -- The plastic that was taped across the lockers in Oaklands clubhouse came down and the champagne that was on ice went back into the cooler. Nike Joyride Run Danmark .C. -- Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Bobcats got off to a fast start, and the Sacramento Kings were never quite able to catch up. http://www.vapormaxdanmark.com/vapormax-herre-sko-danmark/vapormax-plus-dk.html .ca NHL Power Rankings for the second straight week, ahead of the Pittsburgh Penguins and Colorado Avalanche. Vapormax Herre Tilbud . A knee to the thigh might have stung him the most, but his sixth straight double-double made up for the brief burst of pain. Nike Vapormax Outlet . Aduriz headed home Markel Susaetas cross in the sixth minute to open the scoring at San Mames Stadium. He bettered that with a long-range blast that went in off the goal frame in the 18th, and converted a penalty in the 72nd after Diego Mainz was sent off for fouling Aduriz with only the goalkeeper to beat. What went down in the third week of college soccer?The aim each week is to bring you five stories that defined the week or help navigate the long road to Cary, North Carolina, and the Womens College Cup.Savannah McCaskill wins the Palmetto State derbySouth Carolinas junior forward can erase an asterisk on her list of accomplishments after she scored both goals in a 2-1 win over archrival and sixth-ranked Clemson on Saturday.Although neither she nor her teammates presumably felt any less jubilant upon eliminating their in-state rival in an NCAA tournament penalty shootout two years ago, the fact remained that McCaskill had never officially beaten Clemson, that 2014 draw sitting alongside losses each of the past two regular seasons. One of the relatively few in-state players on the Gamecocks and likely playing the rivalry game at home for the final time, McCaskill surely wanted to change that in front of 3,838 fans in Columbia.Unranked South Carolina asserted itself early, outshooting Clemson 8-1 in the first half, and McCaskill provided the reward for the patient buildup play with a deftly steered header to the back post off a cross in the 37th minute. She added her second goal with a good run off a long ball that was headed into her path early in the second half.It all bodes well for another prominent entry on her to-do list, erasing the sting of last seasons first-round exit in the NCAA tournament at the hands of UNC Wilmington.UCLA ascending againIf No. 11 UCLAs plan is to get back to business as usual in the NCAA tournament, having missed out on that event a season ago, the current stretch of schedule offers a useful blueprint. In the span of 15 days, beginning a week ago and concluding this coming Friday, UCLA takes on Texas A&M, Florida, Penn State and North Carolina in a four-game run at least equal to any a team would face in the final four rounds of the postseason. After an overtime win this week against the Nittany Lions, the Bruins are thus far 2-1-0 in that stretch -- without a loss in regulation.The winner this time came courtesy of freshman and Canadian Olympian Jessie Fleming, a header she kept on frame even while absorbing a blow in the back from a late-arriving defender. While the Bruins wait another year for Mallory Pugh, Fleming is off and running with three goals in her first two college games. Just imagine what shell do if she ever gets an easy game.ACC perfection takes different formsIt is no surprise that two ACC teams were the first to six wins this season. It is hardly a surprise that one of them is No. 3 Virginia, both because of the talent once again assembled in Charlottesville and because the Cavaliers havent exactly taxed themselves in the schedule department. Sundays 2-0 win against Pepperdine was their first against a top-tier opponent.More surprising, especially considering the 15-1 goal advantage for the season, is Waake Forests 6-0-0 start.dddddddddddd The strength of the ACC tends to exacerbate the pain of rebuilding, but Wake Forest had little choice after enjoying life with the likes of Katie Stengel and Aubrey Bledsoe. Rock bottom came with a 5-12-2 record a season ago -- 10 of the 12 losses by either 2-1 or 1-0 scores. None of its individual wins this season are stunners, Dartmouth and New Hampshire the vanquished this past week, but the sum is already the most wins since 2013.While Duke and North Carolina battled to a scoreless draw and Florida State saw its rivalry game against Florida canceled by weather concerns, the Demon Deacons reclaimed the spotlight.Reality check for the Big TenTo be clear, the reality is that the Big Ten appears quite good. It is as stocked with nationally relevant teams as it has been in -- well -- ever. But the weekend tested the brakes on the bandwagon.It began well enough. Ohio State knocked off No. 16 Virginia Tech on Thursday and Michigan did the same against Mississippi on Friday (a week after the up-and-down Wolverines beat Notre Dame). But Friday also saw No. 13 Penn State absorb another one-goal defeat and No. 12 Rutgers fall to old Big East rival Georgetown. Then Sunday, both No. 9 Minnesota and Ohio State fell from unbeaten in games at No. 7 Duke and No. 4 West Virginia, respectively.Amid that, Wisconsin put up a challenge but ultimately managed only a point out of games at No. 2 Stanford (2-1 loss) and No. 22 Santa Clara (1-1 draw). The Badgers are now 1-2-3.Playing in a top-10 matchup for the first time ever, Minnesota played the part well against Duke. Simone Kolander and Josee Stiever looked like players who could change a game on any field. It just wasnt quite enough against the established elite. Which more or less summed up the Big Tens week.Long roads worth the effort for Cal and USCThis has been a long time coming for Cals Ifeoma Onumonu. As a freshman in 2012, Onumonu scored 11 goals for the Bears. It took her nearly three seasons to match that total, 2014 lost to a leg injury and 2015 producing a modest three goals in 16 games. She matched that 2015 total before Labor Day this season and made goal No. 3 count. Her goal at Texas on Sunday held up for a 1-0 win and gave No. 19 Cal a solid weekend sweep on the heels of a 4-0 win at Texas Tech.And that might not even have been the most impressive road swing by a Pac-12 school. Proving at least one USC defense could handle an offense from the state of Alabama, the Women of Troy blanked host Auburn 2-0 Sunday evening after beating Georgia 3-0 on the same field earlier in the trip. After losing its first two games of the season, USC has three quality wins in a row as it heads home to host North Carolina (and Loyola Marymount) this week. ' ' '

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