“Those lads are all heroes,” he told Press Association Sport. “I went in before the game and shook a few hands, I know a few of them personally and I’m good friends with Stuart. “The boys seemed in good spirits. Michael has got the team playing better football than any Northern Ireland team I’ve ever seen.” Frampton was not born when Billy Bingham took the country to the 1986 World Cup in Mexico and although the outcome was a good one, he confessed to a nervy night beforehand. “Northern Ireland were last at a tournament in 1986 and I was born in 87, it’s the first tournament of my lifetime and a first ever European Championship. It’s going to be huge,” he said. “It’s so exciting it took me a while to get to sleep the night before the match, I was worrying about the game and how much it means. “I’m usually pretty cool when I’m fighting, I don’t have trouble sleeping because I’m the one in control, but I was nervous for the game. “I can’t really book anything until I have the dates of my next fights but if I can make it to France I’ll be there.” Frampton, the IBF super bantamweight champion, is friends with Leeds winger Stuart Dallas and was at Windsor Park to watch Michael O’Neill’s side seal a famous 3-1 win in Belfast. He spent the match sitting next to golfing hero Rory McIlroy, but arrived early to wish the players luck. Press Association Carl Frampton was on hand to wish Northern Ireland well as they continued punching above their weight to book a place at Euro 2016.
West Brom head coach Tony Pulis has strengthened his midfield options with the loan signing of Sandro from QPR. The former Tottenham midfielder, who has made 11 appearances for Rangers this term, will stay at the Hawthorns until the end of the season, with the Baggies holding the option to make the move permanent in the summer. “We’re delighted to bring such a quality player to the club,” Pulis told the club’s official website. Press Association “We’ve got a few injuries and knocks at the moment so we’re pleased to be able to strengthen the squad. “Sandro has a great pedigree and will be a good addition to our squad.” Brazilian Sandro arrived in England when signing for Tottenham in 2010, and made 81 appearances in four years at White Hart Lane, before switching to QPR. The 26-year-old could not prevent Rangers from losing their Premier League status last term, and is delighted to return to the top flight with West Brom. “I spoke to the manager and was impressed,” Sandro told the club’s official website. “This is a big club and I feel happy to be here and very happy to be back in the Premier League. “I believe I have a lot to offer. It was my first day today and I’m looking forward to being part of this family. “As a player I play with my heart, I give all I can on the pitch – all the time I want to win the ball and play the ball. “I hope the fans will see the best of me during my time.”
BEN CLASSON/Herald photoAfter enjoying a 66-day hiatus, the UW football team took the field for the first time since falling to Tennessee 21-17 in the 2008 Outback Bowl on New Year?s Day.Although practice was held indoors in the McClain Center and the players wore no pads, everyone seemed excited to get back into the swing of things.?[The first day] was great; it was a lot of fun,? said senior quarterback Allan Evridge. ?It?s fun getting back into it. It seems like we just finished up, but now when you start getting back on the field, you realize how long it?s been and how much you?ve missed it, so it?s been great getting back.?Last season, Evridge began the spring looking to compete with Tyler Donovan for the starting spot under center. With Donovan graduating this semester, Evridge enters spring ball as the clear favorite to succeed Donovan as Wisconsin?s starting signal caller.But despite his change in role, Evridge claims that his approach hasn?t changed from last spring.?I don?t think that really changes anything,? Evridge said. ?My mental approach is the same as it was last year. I take every opportunity to be [getting reps]. That?s just the name of the game, especially at the quarterback position.?With the regular season still months away, Evridge has one thing in mind: continue to improve.His goal for the spring is the ?same as always,? Evridge continued. ?Get reps and improve and take one thing at a time and take advantage of everything. Right now our team?s trying to take advantage of every play, every snap, every series and every game. So I?m just trying to keep that mentality and keep pushing forward.?Taking snaps alongside Evridge Saturday was freshman Curt Phillips, who graduated high school a semester early to join the Badgers. Phillips won the Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Tennessee as a senior and enjoyed his first day dressed in cardinal and white.?I really enjoyed it,? said the Kingsport, Tenn., native. ?It?s definitely a big jump from high school, so I?ve been looking forward to getting in there and seeing what it was like.?Phillips admitted that he was nervous, not having much time to go over the playbook.?But coach Chryst helped me out and the other quarterbacks helped me out,? he added.Even after only one day of practice, Phillips noticed a significant change in the pace of the game from high school ball.?It?s definitely a lot faster,? Phillips said. ?I enjoy getting in here, getting used to the speed. That?s probably the biggest [difference], is the speed of the game.?That, and the weather.?It?s cold here,? Phillips joked. ?I?m from east Tennessee. It gets cold, but not like this. We probably get five to six inches of snow a year.?Despite the substantial change in climate, Phillips is excited to be a Badger.?Whenever I was looking (at schools), I wanted to find the best combination of academics and football, and here you can?t really beat the top-tier football program and top academics,? Phillips said. ?When I came and saw the atmosphere at Camp Randall, I thought it was pretty awesome.?Catching passes from both Evridge and Phillips Saturday was sophomore Kyle Jefferson. Last season, Jefferson had seniors Luke Swan and Paul Hubbard to look up to and learn from. This season, Jefferson enters the spring as the mentor and UW?s No. 1 wideout, a responsibility he is willing to take on.?I?ve just got to be a leader,? Jefferson said. ?I?ve got to do things right the first time. I?ve got to show my guys that I?m here every day working hard, so just follow behind me so we all can be great.?It?s fun to be a leader to your group. It?s a big honor, especially being so young. To be able to be a leader to a group that?s much older, that?s been here longer than me, I feel honored.?
Kevin Rice ensured Canisius never had a chance to climb back into the game.Rice finished with a career-high three goals and tied a season-high with three assists, propelling No. 9 Syracuse (6-2, 2-1 Big East) to a 17-5 win over outmatched Canisius (1-7, 1-1 Metro Atlantic Athletic). The game was lopsided from the get-go, and Rice was the catalyst in Syracuse’s dominant performance. He found Derek Maltz twice and Derek DeJoe once, aiding the Orange to its 200th all-time win in the Carrier Dome.Syracuse blazed out to an early 3-1 lead and punished the Golden Griffins early and often. Two unassisted goals by Scott Loy and one by JoJo Marasco set the tone early on. There was no way Canisius could stage the upset.“Obviously we did a good job of that today,” Rice said.Rice got involved in the action with 2:42 left in the first quarter. He toyed with freshman defender Rich Stapleton, waiting for the perfect moment to make his move. Suddenly, Rice twisted his body toward the goal, swiveled outward and then burst back toward the net, finishing past a helpless Alex Govenettio in goal.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textRice tacked on two more goals in the second frame, the latter giving Syracuse an 11-1 advantage with 1:40 to go in the half. All three goals featured lightning-quick spin moves and were near the crease.“We wanted to be aggressive early, especially in one-on-one situations, and force some slides,” Rice said. “I think we started to do that and that opened up cutters.”Three goals marked a career-high for Rice, his previous best coming in two-goal outings against Providence and Villanova. Rice has scored seven goals in Syracuse’s last three games, emerging as one of the team’s most reliable scoring threats.Last season he only played in six games and netted just one goal. This year, though, the Skaneateles, N.Y., native is a premier playmaker for one of the most explosive offenses in the country. He now has 23 points on the season, placing him second on the Orange, just three behind Marasco.Maltz said Rice worked diligently in the offseason to get to where he is now. He saw Rice’s talent right away last season and knew he had a chance to dominate opponents.“He went to work over the summer basically, and I knew he was going to come back and make an impact right away,” Maltz said. “It was only a matter of time until he did that.”He didn’t just get involved in the scoring. He also served as a distributor Friday night, tallying three assists and making it look easy in the process.The sophomore attack Rice set up Maltz twice on the day, the first connection between the pair coming at the 11:43 mark in the second quarter.On the previous possession, Canisius’ Joe Rautenstrauch attacked Syracuse goalie Dominic Lamolinara one-on-one. Rautenstrauch thought he scored, but the goal was waved off because he stepped in the crease.Maltz’ goal came on a similar play. Rice dangled with the ball behind the net and found Maltz, who stood just outside the crease when he plopped a shot past the goalie. Canisius’ miscues continued to damage its chances, while Rice continued to carry the streaking Orange as SU maximized its opportunities.Rice and Maltz teamed up once more early in the second half, extending Syracuse’s lead to 14-1. Canisius wasn’t stopping Syracuse’s attack Friday night. Not the way Rice was passing the ball.“If Kevin can just keep beating his guy that’s just going to give Derek more rolls and it’s just going to keep our offense going,” SU midfielder Chris Daddio said.In a game where Syracuse’s offense came from a plethora of sources, Rice was the most consistent. He dodged smoothly, facilitated for his teammates and converted around the crease, carrying the Orange to the win.Said Maltz: “When we have a guy like that who can see the field very well and dish the ball out to cutters and whoever’s open, that really helps.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories CLOCKWORK ORANGE: Syracuse makes quick work of Canisius, 17-5 with 2nd-quarter offensive explosion Published on March 29, 2013 at 11:50 pm Contact Trevor: email@example.com | @TrevorHass
Published on March 6, 2014 at 12:24 am Facebook Twitter Google+ Correction: In a previous version of this article, Syracuse and Florida State’s records were misstated. Syracuse is (1-8, 1-3) ACC and FSU (8-4, 3-1) ACC. The Daily Orange regrets this error.When Syracuse began play in the Atlantic Coast Conference, the challenge became more difficult when senior Aleah Marrow sustained a season-ending injury.Marrow, who is a veteran leader in the locker room, had her final run with the Orange derailed during SU’s first campaign in a new, more competitive conference.And as Marrow recalled the disappointing news, she didn’t hesitate when asked how the team will replace her production.“They’ve seen me play before and seen how I’ve led the team. They know how to carry themselves on the court,” Marrow said. “It’s a matter of whether they want to mirror those actions. Obviously it’s a challenge, but I think they are ready.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSo far, Syracuse has used a collective effort to fill Marrow’s void in the rotation. On Friday, SU imposed its will against Virginia Tech, 5-2, for the first win of the season. And now the Orange (1-8, 1-3 ACC) looks for its second home victory in three matches when it hosts Florida State (8-4, 3-1) on Friday at 2 p.m. at Drumlins Tennis Club.Interim head coach Shelley George has been impressed with the heart her squad has shown in recent weeks. She is excited about the development of the freshmen and the team’s growth as a whole in Marrow’s absence.“I think they’re doing awesome. They were good, solid players before they got here,” George said of the young team. “But having that team camaraderie and that team aspect out here on the court, that really makes a big difference.”The absence of Marrow has opened doors for Rhiann Newborn and Valeria Salazar to produce on a weekly basis. The two freshmen have quickly impressed their teammates due to recent success against tough competition.Newborn delivered in the singles tiebreaker against Virginia Tech that sealed the team’s first victory. She followed up the next day by recording the only point for Syracuse against third-ranked Virginia in her singles match.Meanwhile, Salazar has elevated her game alongside senior Maddie Kobelt and is improving in singles matches against quality players from the ACC.Kobelt said that in Marrow’s absence, the focus has been to provide energy and become better competitors on the court. She believes that the team has fed off the freshmen’s efforts in recent weeks.“Rhiann and Valeria have provided great energy and fight during the competitions,” Kobelt said. “We were competitive with them because of the energy they have brought to the matches.”As the freshmen began providing spark for the Orange, the veterans have adopted a sense of urgency in Marrow’s absence.Amanda Rodgers was vital in last week’s win over the Hokies, earning her first victory of the season. Junior Komal Safdar has elevated her role with the team by earning her first doubles victory with Newborn, who played alongside Marrow early in the season.Safdar acknowledges the challenge in replacing Marrow’s energy and production on the court. But she doesn’t believe the team is fazed by Marrow’s absence.Instead, she is confident the team will replace its senior leader moving forward.“Aleah’s unique, she’s definitely hard to replace,” Safdar said. “I know the freshmen are definitely stepping up. Me, Amanda and Breanna (Bachini) know that ‘Cuse energy and what dual matches are like. With her gone, all of us are really stepping up.” Comments
Thursday remained a light practice with players suiting up in just shoulder pads and gym shorts. There didn’t appear to be a dropoff in intensity, however, especially during special teams drills. The scout team wore UCLA-colored jerseys, which grabbed everyone’s attention.“Hopefully they’ll be motivated to get off the service team so they won’t have to wear the powder blue jerseys,” USC coach Lane Kiffin said.When asked further whether there was a deeper message: “Not really,” Kiffin said. “We were bored.”The offense ran a lot of goal line sets Thursday, showing a focus on what junior left tackle Matt Kalil termed as “finishing games,” something that was problematic for the Trojans last season.The defense, meanwhile, stayed true to its “that’s our ball” slogan and was constantly looking to strip the ball from offensive players. After practice ended, the team grouped together and held somewhat of an emotional rally to get focused for Saturday’s game. — Senior linebacker Chris Galippo practiced Thursday and appears ready to play this weekend despite missing a few practices this week. Freshman linebacker Lamar Dawson has been receiving repetitions at middle linebacker, as Galippo has been rehabbing an injured back. Kiffin said he expects to figure the highly regarded Dawson into the rotation even if Galippo is healthy enough to play.The offensive guard position seems to have been somewhat solidified, with sophomore John Martinez and junior Jeremy Galten getting a majority of the first team reps Thursday. The depth chart at the wide-receiver position seems clearer as well, with freshman Marquise Lee, redshirt freshman Kyle Prater and junior Brice Butler getting the majority of reps opposite sophomore Robert Woods.Injured redshirt freshman quarterback Jesse Scroggins was on the field as well, throwing passes with his left hand and getting involved with the offensive play calling.Scroggins tore ligaments in his throwing thumb earlier in camp and his status remains unknown. With Scroggins sidelined, freshman quarterback Cody Kessler will serve as the team’s primary backup to Barkley, should the junior signal caller be sidelined. — No. 25 USC practiced for the last time on Thursday at Howard Jones Field before its season opener at home against Minnesota on Saturday afternoon.With more than 30 new players looking to play their first game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, there remained an air of excitement and buzz around the field, particularly from freshman kicker Andre Heidari, the starter following the graduation of Joe Houston.“It’s a team effort, and everyone’s putting in work here,” Heidari said. “I know when I get in there I’m going to be all pumped up, it’s going be loud [but] I’m going to be focused. I don’t have jitters yet, but Friday — I don’t know if I’m going to be able to get some sleep.”The Trojans open the season with questions at several positions, namely at tailback. Sophomore Dillon Baxter, freshman Amir Carlisle, junior Curtis McNeal and freshman D.J. Morgan are still vying to start, following senior Marc Tyler’s suspension.Of the four starters, Baxter was the only one to log carries in 2010, finishing with 252 yards and one touchdown on 54 carries. Carlisle was still in high school, McNeal was academically ineligible and Morgan was recovering from ACL surgery and redshirted as a result.Joining the four in the backfield is former tight end and newly named team captain Rhett Ellison, who has showcased his versatility as a fullback. He and freshman Soma Vainuku are expected to see the majority of playing time at the position.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Right after the final whistle sounded, Stephanie Harris leaked out of her team’s celebratory huddle and jogged to the sideline, sliding on a pair of clunky headphones in front of reporters. For almost certainly the first time in Harris’s four-year career at SU, she was the unquestioned player of the game. Harris netted her first collegiate goal and had a hand in a second score. On senior day, in her final regular season game at J.S. Coyne Stadium, Harris not only started, but starred for Syracuse (11-5, 2-3 Atlantic Coast) in a 3-1 win over Cornell (9-6, 3-2 Ivy). She’s one of three Syracuse’s graduating players — including Sarah Luby and Claire Webb — who have helped the Orange secure a likely return to the NCAA tournament. “Best day of my life,” Harris said after the game. “Honestly.” Throughout this season, Harris has been in and out of SU’s backline rotation. She started two games early in the year when Webb dealt with an injury, but sat the past four games on the bench. Bradley said her inconsistent playing time is due to “matchups.” AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAgainst Cornell, though, Harris returned to the starting lineup, taking her place alongside Webb and sophomore SJ Quigley in the back. Almost immediately, SU got her involved in the offense. Three minutes into the match, Syracuse earned a penalty corner chance, and SU ran a play designed to get Harris a shot on net. Quigley inserted to Tess Queen, who slid a pass horizontally across the edge of the shooting circle. Midfielder Carolin Hoffmann, typically a main focus of penalty corner plays, faked a shot and let the ball roll to Harris, who blasted a shot on net. Though Harris’s shot was saved on that play, it earned the Orange a penalty stroke, which put SU up 1-0. Later in the first quarter, Syracuse ran that identical play again on a penalty corner, using Hoffmann as a decoy to create space for Harris. This time, when the ball rolled to Harris, she remembered thinking ‘Just hit it, don’t top it.’ So, she elevated a shot through a crowd and past Cornell’s goalie for her first career goal. “She’s been practicing that for a long time,” Webb said.SU installed that fake shot play for Harris on Saturday, one day before the Cornell game, SU head coach Ange Bradley said. Bradley noted that though Harris doesn’t typically factor in on penalty corners, she and Webb have good chemistry on the plays and Harris often works on her shot on the opposite end of J.S. Coyne during practice sessions. After the game, Bradley was surprised to learn that Harris had never scored before, and she congratulated her.Harris’s final statline on Sunday read 19 minutes, three shots — all on target — and one goal. Her defensive instincts and outletting skills helped SU control possession in the midfield and limit Cornell to three first half shot attempts.“Her impact on the field today was fantastic,” Bradley said. Led by Harris, SU took a 2-1 lead into halftime. But even with her strong production, Harris sat on the bench for most of the second half. At one point late in the third quarter, she handed a water bottle to midfielder Laura Graziosi, who had just come off the field with a green card. Syracuse’s other graduating players, Webb and Luby, also impacted Sunday’s senior day. Luby’s unassisted third quarter goal in which she split two defenders to put SU up 3-1 and Webb’s leadership in the back kept Cornell’s offense at bay. This group of seniors is the first class to join Syracuse after its national championship win in 2015. They helped Syracuse to the national quarterfinals as freshmen, but missed the national tournament for the first time since 2007 last year. Throughout their careers, SU’s seniors have made protecting their home field their mantra and a “staple” of the program’s culture, Webb said. Unless the Orange host a postseason game this year, Sunday’s win was the final time Webb, Luby and Harris defended their home pitch.“Coyne is such a special place to me,” Webb said. “It represents the current team, it represents all the women who’ve come before us and all the women who will come after us.” “We always work to protect it.” Comments Published on October 27, 2019 at 6:46 pm Contact Danny: firstname.lastname@example.org | @DannyEmerman
Argentinian Marcello Torre is great fan of Boca Juniors. A while ago, he met a girl from Sarajevo on the Internet thanks to their mutual friend Cristiano Luis.Since every relationship in its beginning is filled with euphoria and “being crazy about another person,” Marcelo decided to visit the capital city of B&H.The fact that his crush was great fan of FC Zeljeznicar, after a short time, caused that the team from Grbavica comes close to the heart of Marcel. Torre visited Dolina cupova several times, and when he returned to his hometown Mar del Plata he brought seven jerseys of Zeljo.Current fan group Maniacs Mar del Plata count eight members, but according to the interest of their friends, that number could be increased very soon. Although they are divided into fans of two great rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate, the love for Zeljeznicar is what unites them.As they emphasized, they are often organizing gatherings where they watch the matches of the Blue together. Moreover, they play recreational football in the jerseys that were present by the biggest Maniac among them. Moreover, Marcelo Torre visited the city on the Miljacka several times and experienced the atmosphere of Grbavica. Fans of Zeljeznicar from Argentina are hoping that a multiple champion of B&H will get closer to the top of the table in the following period. Their big wish is to watch the football match in Dolina cupova together and cheer for the Blue team.(Source: klix.ba)
Forrest PontiousForrest K. Pontious, Jr., of Argonia, died Monday, October 21, 2013, at Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice â€“ St. Francis in Wichita, at the age of 85.Â He was well known as a teacher, a coach, and an avid sportsman.Â He was the much loved patriarch of a large family tree.Â He was a dear friend to many.Forrest was born the son of Forrest K. Pontious and Helen May (Womeldorff) on January 26, 1928, in Savonburg, Kansas.Â Growing up in the small towns of Southeastern he learned to love fishing and hunting, baseball and basketball.Â Upon graduating from Desoto (Kansas) High School in 1945, he volunteered for the U.S. Navy at the age of 17, and served through the end of World War II.Â Upon his return, he entered college, first at Pittsburg State College (Pittsburg, Kansas), then on to Baker University (Baldwin, Kansas).Â While at Baker, he married Alverna Lea Hume in Desoto, on June 19, 1948.Â Together they raised five children and shared 59 years of marriage.After graduating from Baker in 1950, he began his teaching and coaching career with assignments at several Northeastern Kansas high schools.Â In the summer of 1956, he and his family moved to Argonia, where he taught and coached for a total of 36 years.Â He was serving in the role of high school principal at the time of his retirement in 1988, continuing as Girlsâ€™ Basketball Coach for another 4 years.Â During his coaching tenure at Argonia High School, he led the Red Raiders to innumerable conference championships, and he brought home the Boys 1-A State Basketball championship trophy in 1969.Â He loved children, and he loved coaching and teaching them.Â He positively impacted hundreds of young peopleâ€™s lives.Survivors include his sons, Steve Pontious and wife Kay of Katy, Texas; Rick Pontious and wife Tammy of Milan, Kansas; Dave Pontious and wife Brenda of Traverse City, Michigan; his daughter Jana Baker and husband Rick of Leeâ€™s Summit, Missouri; his sister Joan Cole and husband Ben of Bristol, Tennessee; 15 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren, 1 niece and 2 nephews.Â He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Alverna, and his son Mike Pontious.His surviving family and friends will miss him greatly.Â However, his children are very happy knowing he has gone to be with Mom, and that they are living in a place where the Red Raiders, the Jayhawks, and the Yankees win all their games, and where the fish never stop biting.Visitation will be held at the Day Funeral Home in Wellington, Kansas from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Thursday, October 24, 2013, with family members present from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.Funeral services for Forrest will be held at 10:30 a.m., Friday October 25, 2013, at the Argonia United Methodist Church, 307 North Main, Argonia, Kansas.Â Interment will follow at the Argonia Cemetery.Memorials are being established in his loving memory with Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice, 313 South Market, Wichita, and also for the Forrest and Alverna Pontious â€“ Argonia High School Memorial Fund.Â Contributions should be left at or mailed to Day Funeral Home and Crematory.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.dayfuneralhome.info.Arrangements are by Day Funeral Home and Crematory, Wellington, Kansas.
MORE: Why Lamar Jackson’s mind-boggling numbers should end all NFL MVP debatesJackson became just the second player to have five touchdown passes and more than 90 rushing yards in a single game (Cam Newton, 2015). Baltimore scored touchdowns on its first six possessions and simply manhandled a Los Angeles defense that entered the night ranked 11th in the NFL in points allowed. With the statement victory, the Ravens improve to 9-2 and remain just a game behind the Patriots for the AFC’s No. 1 seed. As for the Rams, they drop to 6-5 and remain in the thick of a murky NFC playoff hunt after suffering the worst loss in the franchise’s history at the L.A. Coliseum. Quarterback Jared Goff struggled mightily, failing to put the Rams in the end zone and finishing the night with two interceptions. Sporting News tracked updates, highlights and score changes of Ravens vs. Rams.Ravens vs. Rams score Q1Q2Q3Q4FRavens141471045Rams06006Ravens vs. Rams live updates, highlights(All times Eastern)Final: Ravens 45, Rams 611:04 p.m. : Baltimore adds on one more interception of Goff to seal the victory. 11:00 p.m .: Ravens will punt. 10:53 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, RAVENS. Justin Tucker knocks through a field goal to extend the lead. Ravens 45, Rams 6.10:43 p.m. : Lamar Jackson’s night is finished and Robert Griffin III is at the controls.QB Robert Griffin III has entered the game.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 26, 201910:39 p.m. : Marcus Peters picks off Jared Goff, notching an interception against his former team. 10:31 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. Jackson hits Snead again who extends into the end zone for the score for Jackson’s fifth passing touchdown of the night. Ravens 42, Rams 6.We’ve got a Jackson 5! #RavensFlockLamar Jackson has FIVE touchdown passes on #MNF . @Lj_era8 @Willie_Snead4G📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/dJc8ZefxCs— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 2019End of third quarter: Ravens 35, Rams 610:21 p.m .: Los Angeles finally got a stop but had 12 men on the field and Baltimore is set to go for it on fourth down after a timeout. 10:03 p.m. : Rams go three-and-out once again. 9:59 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. Another Lamar Jackson passin touchdown across the middle. It’s a blowout. Ravens 35, Rams 6. It’s the Lamar Jackson Show tonight in LA. #RavensFlock @Lj_era8 connects with @markingram21 and the @Ravens extend their lead, 35-6!📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/GazAWDY3A2— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 20199:51 p.m. : The Ravens will start the second half with the ball. Halftime: Ravens 28, Rams 6StatsFirst downs : Ravens 19, Rams 9Total yards : Ravens 251, Rams 99Passing yards : Rams 80, Ravens 78Rushing yards : Ravens 173, Rams 19Penalties : Ravens 4-30, Rams 5-35Time of possession : Ravens 16:23, Rams 13:379:36 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS . Jackson has his third passing touchdown on the day as he hits Willie Snead IV and has yet to see an incomplete pass tonight. Ravens 28, Rams 6.Another @Lj_era8 touchdown pass!He hits @Willie_Snead4G and that’s three first half TDs by Lamar! #RavensFlock📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/zg8X1USHCr— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 20199:27 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, RAMS. Baltimore forces a strip-sack on third down and Los Angeles has to settle for another field goal. Ravens 21, Rams 6.9:16 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. Mark Ingram leaps over the pile for Baltimore’s third score of the evening. Ravens 21, Rams 3.🗣 BIG TRUSS @markingram21 caps off the @Ravens 75-yard drive with a touchdown! #RavensFlock📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/WiMPl1YWbu— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 20199:15 p.m .: Big play by Lamar Jackson has the Ravens knocking on the door once again.Lamar Jackson doing Lamar Jackson things. @Lj_era8 sprints for 29 yards! #RavensFlock📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/hAA6ZSp20l— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 20199:04 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, RAMS. Greg Zuerlein converts a 32-yard field goal to cap off a 15-play drive. Ravens 14, Rams 3.End of first quarter: Ravens 14, Rams 08:43 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. So far in the first quarter, the Rams a pair of three-and-outs and the Ravens have a pair of Jackson-to-Brown passing touchdowns. Rams need to find answers on both ends quickly. Ravens 14, Rams 0. Hollywood Brown = SHOWTIME.Second TD of the night for the rookie.(via @NFL ) pic.twitter.com/j8gcizbAQp— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) November 26, 20198:33 p.m.: The Rams offense has its second three-and-out in as many drives to open the game. The Ravens went out west to Los Angeles and battered the Rams 45-6 behind a historic performance from Lamar Jackson on “Monday Night Football.”Baltimore’s MVP-caliber quarterback delivered in a massive way in his Monday night debut, shredding Los Angeles by going 15-of-20 for 169 passing yards and five passing touchdowns while tallying 95 yards on the ground. 8:27 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAVENS. Lamar Jackson hits a wide-open Hollywood Brown on a crossing route for an untouched score. Ravens strike first. Ravens 7, Rams 0.Hollywood scores in Hollywood.The @Ravens get on the board first with a @Lj_era8 six-yard TD pass to Hollywood Brown. @Primetime_jet #RavensFlock📺: #BALvsLAR on ESPN📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/dT6vJde0rP pic.twitter.com/alM6FKgkzO— NFL (@NFL) November 26, 20198:18 p.m. : Los Angeles’ first drive ends with a three-and-out. 8:15 p.m .: Rams will start with the ball first on their own 25.