It Didn’t Count, But Did Rutgers Try To Pull Off Wildest TD In College Football History?

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So the touchdown didn’t count, but we really wish it did.

Trailing 37-21 at the end of the fourth quarter against Indiana on a 4th-and-32, Rutgers tried to pull off one of the craziest plays in college football history.

And amid all the madness, and about nine lateral throws, it almost looked like they scored a touchdown off of it.

This didn't count, but it truly was one of the wildest plays we've ever seen pic.twitter.com/78Uc1zrCSY— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 31, 2020

The attempt at the 33-second miracle play was called back, something about an illegal forward pass mixed somewhere in there. But we think we all can agree that it should have counted on novelty alone. Whatever.

Oh, what could have been.

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Red Sox Fans Will Love Alex Cora’s Halloween Instagram Post

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It’s been two years since the Red Sox celebrated their 2018 World Series championship with a parade in Boston on Halloween.

And Alex Cora is remembering it fondly.

Cora, who managed Boston in 2018 in what was a historic season for the club, took to Instagram on Saturday to post an awesome throwback picture to commemorate the holiday and anniversary.

Check it out:

View this post on Instagram #ThrowBackHalloween. A post shared by Alex Cora (@ac13alex) on Oct 31, 2020 at 1:17pm PDT

Fond memories.

Cora and the Red Sox reportedly have been in contact regarding the team’s open managerial position.

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Check Out Jayson Tatum’s Son, Deuce, In His Adorable Halloween Costume

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Deuce Tatum got a little emotional this year on Halloween.

But who could blame the poor kid? The holiday finally falls on a Saturday but also is in the middle of a global pandemic.

His father, Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum, posted a snapchat of Deuce all dressed up in a Buzz Lightyear costume. And despite the waterworks, the two-year-old looked absolutely adorable.

Check out his costume:

Deuce Tatum to infinity and beyond pic.twitter.com/PD9cUazNU7— Alexandra Francisco (@ByAlFrancisco) October 31, 2020

No word yet on the actual reason why Deuce was crying, but perhaps it has something to do with his empty, pumpkin-shaped candy bucket.

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Cowboys QB Andy Dalton Out For Week 8 Vs. Eagles After Hit From Joe Bostic

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The Dallas Cowboys will be without Andy Dalton for Week 8.

Dallas ruled the quarterback out against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, via ESPN. Dalton was on the receiving end of a violent helmet-to-helmet hit from Joe Bostic in Week 7 against the Washington Football Team.

Dalton still is suffering from a concussion from the third-quarter hit that had him leave the game last week. But according to ESPN, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the QB should be “ready to go” for Week 9.

Dallas already is thin at the quarterback position after Dak Prescott suffered a compound right ankle fracture and dislocation in Week 5. Rookie Ben DiNucci will be Sunday’s starter.

Kick off between the Cowboys and Eagles is set for 8:20 p.m. ET.

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Clemson Completes Comeback, Beats BC Without Trevor Lawrence

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All eyes were on Clemson on Saturday after quarterback Trevor Lawrence was diagnosed with COVID-19.

The Tigers, though, were able to remain undefeated after their game against the Boston College Eagles, 34-28.

BC looked to be en route to an upset, but it couldn’t score in the second half, allowing Clemson to complete the comeback. The Eagles were up 28-10 at halftime.

Freshman QB DJ Uiagalelei threw for 342 yards and two touchdowns, while Travis Etienne became the ACC’s all-time rushing leader.

D.J. Uiagalelei keeps it himself to make it a one score game! pic.twitter.com/g0FayQc3p7— ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) October 31, 2020

Travis Etienne is now the all-time leading rusher in ACC history pic.twitter.com/PtmD5R7fvZ— ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) October 31, 2020

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported after the victory that Lawrence also will miss next week’s clash with Notre Dame.

Clemson moved to 7-0 with the win, while BC fell to 4-3.

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Liverpool Ties Club Record For Home Win Streak With Victory Over West Ham

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Liverpool F.C. on Saturday tied a club record with a victory over West Ham United that extended its home winning streak to 63 matches.

With the 2-1 win, the Reds improved to 5-1-1 and remain atop the standings, having not lost a Premiere League game at Anfield since April of 2017.

It didn’t come easy, however.

The Hammers took an early lead thanks to Pablo Fornals not ten minutes into the contest, gaining control of the ball at the top of the box after a failed attempt to clear it from a Liverpool defenseman.

Pablo Fornals gives West Ham an early lead over Liverpool #MyPLMorning pic.twitter.com/2q6DoguKxf— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) October 31, 2020

But before the conclusion of the first half, Mo Salah scored the equalizer off a penalty kick.

MO DOWN THE MIDDLE #MyPLMorning pic.twitter.com/psl14JZsfx— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) October 31, 2020

The difference makers, however, came off the bench for the Reds.

Xherdan Shaqiri and Diogo Jota were subbed in with 20 minutes remaining in the match providing fresh legs at a time where the Hammers were running out of steam.

In the 85th minute, Shaqiri delivered a stunning through ball up the middle to set up Jota’s game-winner.

DELIGHTFUL FROM LIVERPOOL Shaqiri's lovely pass sets up Jota's goal pic.twitter.com/ueuCpXyZJx— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) October 31, 2020

With the late goal, Liverpool secured all three points and pulled out the tense match.

The Reds return to action Tuesday, Nov. 3 for a group stage match against Atalanta in the Champions League, before a tilt with Manchester City on Sunday, Nov. 8.

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Patriots Activate Josh Uche, Cody Davis Off IR, Promote D-Tackle To 53-Man Roster

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Sunday’s New England Patriots-Buffalo Bills game could feature the NFL debut of rookie linebacker Josh Uche.

The Patriots activated Uche, a 2020 second-round draft pick, off injured reserve Saturday during a flurry of roster moves.

The Michigan product has yet to appear in a game at the NFL level, sitting out New England’s season opener as a healthy scratch and missing the next five due to injury.

Athletic and explosive, Uche should add some much-needed speed to the Patriots’ linebacking corps, which has struggled as a unit. The 22-year-old could slot into the inside ‘backer role safety Adrian Phillips frequently has filled this season.

The Patriots also activated special teamer Cody Davis off IR. Defensive tackle Beau Allen and running back Sony Michel were not activated, though Michel was removed from the reserve/COVID-19 list.

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The Patriots also activated special teamer Cody Davis off IR. Defensive tackle Beau Allen and running back Sony Michel were not activated, though Michel was removed from the reserve/COVID-19 list.

New England placed wide receiver Julian Edelman (knee) and rookie offensive lineman Justin Herron (ankle) on IR, sidelining them for at least the next three games. With Jermaine Eluemunor landing on IR last week, the Patriots will be without two of their top four tackles for the near future.

To fill one of their newly vacant spots, the Patriots promoted D-tackle Nick Thurman from the practice squad to the 53-man roster. Thurman was temporarily elevated for four of the team’s first six games, playing a career-high 23 defensive snaps in last week’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

Wide receiver Isaiah Zuber and edge rusher Tashawn Bower were elevated from the practice squad for Sunday’s game.

This will be the fourth appearance this season for Zuber, who joins Damiere Byrd, Jakobi Meyers and Gunner Olszewski an injury-ravaged receiving corps. Bower made his Patriots debut last Sunday, tallying three tackles against San Francisco.

The Patriots have ruled out six players for this week’s game: Edelman, Herron, receiver N’Keal Harry, cornerback Stephon Gilmore and safety Kyle Dugger.

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Washington’s Jon Bostic Reportedly Fined By NFL For Hit On Andy Dalton

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It looks like the NFL has determined how to discipline Jon Bostic for his brutal hit on Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton.

The Washington Football Team linebacker delivered a helmet-to-helmet hit that took Dalton out of the game with a concussion in Week 7, prevented him from practicing all week and will keep him sidelined for Week 8 for the Cowboys game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Many were outraged by the egregious tackle, but Bostic was not suspended. Instead, the league is fining him $12,000 according to NFL media’s Tom Pelissero.

Washington LB Jon Bostic was fined $12,000 for a brutal helmet-to-helmet hit last week on sliding #Cowboys QB Andy Dalton, who suffered a concussion and is out for Sunday night’s game against the #Eagles.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) October 31, 2020

Hopefully, Dalton clears concussion protocol soon and sees no lasting effects, because there’s no place in the game for that type of hit.

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Patriots Rule Out Stephon Gilmore, Two Others For Bills Game

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The New England Patriots will be without their top cornerback Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.

The Patriots on Saturday downgraded corner Stephon Gilmore (knee), safety Kyle Dugger (knee) and offensive lineman Justin Herron (ankle) to out for Sunday’s game, indicating the three did not travel to Buffalo.

New England already had ruled out wide receivers Julian Edelman (knee) and N’Keal Harry (concussion) and defensive tackle Carl Davis (concussion).

Gilmore suffered his injury during practice Thursday and did not practice Friday. The reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year has been rumored as a potential trade candidate as Tuesday’s deadline approaches.

This snaps a streak of 53 consecutive starts for Gilmore, who has not missed a game since Week 8 of the 2017 season. He’s played 98.7 percent of New England’s defensive snaps this season, second-most on the team behind safety Devin McCourty (99.7 percent).

Losing Gilmore and Dugger, who sat out last week’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers, deals a significant blow to New England’s secondary, which will look to slow an explosive Bills air attack led by quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs.

Sunday’s forecast for Orchard Park, N.Y., calls for rain and heavy winds, which could make passing difficult.

Herron, a sixth-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, has been a valuable O-line reserve this season, making starts at both tackle spots. The Patriots also are without starting right tackle Jermaine Eluemunor, who is on injured reserve.

Eight additional Patriots players are listed as questionable for Sunday: guards Joe Thuney and Shaq Mason, running back Damien Harris, cornerback J.C. Jackson, outside linebackers John Simon and Shilique Calhoun, defensive tackle Lawrence Guy and tight end Dalton Keene.

The Patriots are 2-4 following their first three-game losing streak since 2002. The Bills sit atop the AFC East standings at 5-2.

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2021 NHL Draft: Gabriel Foley’s Early Top 32 Rankings

‘Tis the season to start digging into the 2021 NHL Draft. It’s a class with plenty of debate at every ranking, a far cry from the solidified tops of the 2019 and 2020 NHL Drafts. This debate is heightened by the fact that some teams are playing, while some are yet to find any sort of start date.
It’s an exciting class with some exciting thinking surrounding it. Today, we’ll finally dive into my ‘Top 32’ rankings. I’ll give a bit of a deep dive into my ‘Top 10’ and provide the entire ‘Top 32’ at the end!
Early 2021 NHL Draft Top 32
1. Brandt Clarke, RD, Barrie Colts (OHL)
Brandt Clarke has all of the signs of a very special defenseman. He’s the embodiment of the “modern defenceman”, showing prowess above the heights set by players like Quinn Hughes.
Clarke’s style is carried most by his speed. He’s arguably one of the fastest players in the 2021 Draft and absolutely loves using that speed. The Barrie Colts have embraced his ability to gather possession in the defensive zone and then blaze up the ice. He doesn’t slow down in the face of pressure at all, either, using top-end agility and some truly elite stickhandling to dance around the opposition in the offensive zone. This ability to evade defenders combines perfectly with great vision and play-reading abilities that allow Clarke to laser a beautiful pass to a teammate or take advantage of a great shot.
In short, Clarke is a very fast, very agile, playmaking-defenceman. He’s proven invaluable for Barrie, leading the team’s defensemen in scoring during his rookie season last year.
Issues do arise with his defensive ability, though. While his speed keeps him from being an outright liability, learning how to control his aggressive play-style – and, well, actually play like a defenceman – will be very important for Clarke. But he’s a smart player with abilities that could very seriously develop into a true-number-one defenceman in the NHL.
2. Carson Lambos, LD, Winnipeg Ice (WHL)/JYP U20 (U20 SM-Sarja)
Carson Lambos is the definition of what NHL teams look for when drafting defencemen, especially in the top-five. His skill set is too intricate to list. Like Clarke, Lambos is a big fan of using great agility and speed to carry the puck up the ice himself. But Lambos is not nearly as fast as Clarke. To adjust for this, he has had to take on a much, much more physical style.
Simply put, Lambos is a tank on the ice; clearly stronger than his contemporaries. This allows him so many different opportunities. His highlight reel is riddled with cases of him effortlessly holding off pressuring defenceman with one hand, while he controls the puck on his stick with the other. It’s filled with cases of Lambos rushing unexpecting forwards, sparking immediate turnovers, and banking on the opportunity with a quick rush up the ice. He’s similarly terrific on defence: with great gap control, smart timings, and strength closing off any opportunities for opposing teams. His grit, strength, and strong skating make him excellent at winning back possession and jumping on flat-footed opponents.
Lambos is similarly demanding a future top-pairing role in the NHL. His prowess as an elite two-way defenceman made his transition from youth hockey to juniors seamless. That’ll be the same story for his transition from juniors to the NHL. His game has few flaws and his work ethic, and hockey IQ, make him a perfect player for NHL teams in need of fast blue-line help.
3. Owen Power, LD, University of Michigan (NCAA)
Owen Power is seriously, seriously special. The beautifully-named defenceman is 6’5″ and 214 pounds (195 cm, 97 kg) at the age of 17. That’s, uh… big. And Power, of course, brings the obvious dominating strength, booming slap-shot, and physicality that comes with the “big man” label.
But what makes Power so special is his ability to transcend the label of “big man”. Nearly every player standing 6’4″-or-over has some clear-cut issues with their skating at the age of 17. But Power does not have those issues. He’s a blast to watch, as he flaunts surprising agility for such a big player. While, no, he’s not fast by any means; his skating abilities are miles above where most “big men” sit at such a young age.
That’s great news, showing that teams can throw trust into him without being scared of his skating holding him back. And with the abilities he has elsewhere, Power would be an incredible addition. He has a booming shot and incredibly strong (figuratively and literally) passing, two assets he uses to great effect. And while he can’t be trusted to carry the puck up the ice in the same ways as Clarke and Lambos, his passing does work enough to spark forward rushes.
In the defensive end, Power dominates. Obviously. It’s simply too difficult to put up with the strength or stick of a 6’5″ defenceman. He’s a defence-first player that can be trusted in the rush and perform very well in the offensive zone. With his size to boot, he’ll be very, very sought after by NHL teams come the next draft; with a potential top-line future in his own right.
4. Aatu Raty, C, Karpat (SM-Liiga)
Aatu Raty is perhaps the most popular player in the 2021 Draft class. He made his debut in Finland’s top league in the 2019-20 season at the age of 17, appearing in 12 games over the course of the season and netting four points. So far this year, Raty has earned a consistent role in said top league.
Raty has the potential to be elite, quite frankly. He undoubtedly has the best shot in the draft class, with great strength and accuracy making him into a serious sniper. He also has terrific stickhandling; again likely among the best in the class. It’s a great skill set that could make him a dangerous scorer in the NHL one day. That is, if he can fix glaring issues that are holding his game back.
Raty’s most blatant problem is his skating. He’s not particularly fast, agile, or strong in his first steps. In fact, Raty is poor in transition and usually has to pass the puck to a teammate in the neutral zone; held back by his speed. He’s thankfully strong enough to catch up as the high-man of an offensive rush but his hockey IQ holds him back in any offensive-end setups. Raty simply does not take risks and instead holds very, very strictly to his positioning.
He’s got terrific potential, great shooting and passing, and great stickhandling. But Raty is held back by fixable holes in his play. If he can hammer them out, becoming a more-agile and creative player, he could be a first-line feature of any NHL lineup. Because of that serious potential, and the fixability of the issues, he’s worth a (cautious) top-five pick.
5. Stanislav Svozil, LD, HC Kometa Brno (Czech League)
Stanislav Svozil is a very, very underrated name headed into the 2020-21 season. Some rankings don’t even have him in the first round! But he is well worth a top-five selection… seriously.
Svozil is great in all assets of play. He’s smart with his gap control and is able to battle in the defensive end, leading to a transition up the ice that Svozil regularly quarterbacks. He’s not particularly fast but his acceleration helps push his team up the ice. Once in the offensive zone, Svozil is a bit of a genius. He has laser passes that regularly sneak their way through multiple opponents. Even with the puck off of his stick, Svozil flexes terrific offensive IQ. He’s a genius with when to dip into the zone, opening up a passing lane and scoring opportunities.
There’s no reason to beat around the bush. Svozil is a genius defenceman with great ability in the offensive end. His two-way, playmaking abilities are among the bests of the 2021 Draft. He seemingly plays with a top-down view of the rink, able to see everything happening at once and responding to it perfectly.
Svozil’s great promise was rewarded with a debut in the Czech Republic’s top league in the 2019-20 season, when he was only 16. He was also selected 15th overall in the 2020 CHL Import Draft, showing his international value.
6. Francesco Pinelli, C/LW, Kitchener Rangers (OHL)
This is, clearly, a defence-heavy draft class. But through the smoke of defence, Pinelli shines as an ideal centreman. He’s very proud in the defensive zone; the definition of a defence-first centre. But he’s equally as promising in the offensive zone. His shot is incredibly quick, accurate, and solid, as is his passing and ability to read the play.
Pinelli earns a top-10 nod thanks to some very sly play. He’s sneaky in the offensive end, showing his true colours when the puck isn’t on his stick. He regularly lurks behind opponents or slides behind the net, ultimately placing himself into perfect scoring situations. The sneakiness of his style persists when the puck is on his stick as well, with his ability to snipe home a goal in even the most improbable situations or laser a pass to uncovered teammates.
Pinelli scored the second-most goals of any rookie on Kitchener last season, fourth among the entire OHL’s rookies. This was despite being one of the youngest players in the league. He’s a great two-way talent with a beautifully effective shot, genius ability to sneak around the zone, and great work in transition. It all combines to award him with top-six potential.
7. Luke Hughes, LD, U18 US. National Team (USDP)
The third Hughes brother is facing his draft year. Oldest brother Quinn Hughes was taken seventh overall in the 2018 NHL Draft. Middle child Jack Hughes went first-overall in the 2019 Draft. And now, Luke Hughes will look to earn a top-10 selection of his own.
That’ll be a really, really easy feat for Luke, who is a terrific offensive defenseman. He’s a bullet in transition and is absolutely fearless. He has the ability to skate directly into opposition, only to come out on the other side with possession, thanks to great agility and great stickhandling. He has a good, quick shot at his disposal once he dances around the opposition. Hughes is also able to reliably pass the puck off to similarly-fast teammates that join him on odd-man-rushes.
When he wants to, Hughes’ ability to rush up the ice and guarantee a goal is very similar to that of Brandt Clarke. But unlike Clarke, Hughes doesn’t show off that ability consistently throughout every game. He only seems to break it out when angry or when he sees the perfect chance. This lack of consistent dominance, combined with seriously-awful defence, drops Hughes in my early rankings. He’s the last member of this draft that could earn a top-pairing role in the NHL one day. But if he wants to reach that potential, he needs to make his elite play much more consistent and needs to drastically improve defensively.
8. Kent Johnson, C, University of Michigan (NCAA)
The University of Michigan is loaded with talent headed into the 2020-21 season. They are serious championship contenders… if the NCAA plays. Alongside Power, the team’s front-running star is Kent Johnson.
There’s not much to say about Johnson. He’s nowhere near prolific in any given category. He’s instead very well-rounded, with good skating, shooting, and passing. What ranks him so high is his outright playmaking ability. Johnson is drawing early comparisons to Mitch Marner, stylistically and not potential-wise, and it’s clear to see why. Johnson is terrific with the puck on his stick, dictating play with an iron fist.
With well-above-average ability in every facet of play, Johnson is a dangerously productive scorer. In fact, he scored 101 points in the BCHL last season. That ranked him top in the entire league in scoring… by 30 points. In fact, over the last four seasons, only one BCHL player has recorded more points in a single season: Colorado Avalanche top prospect Alex Newhook, who managed 102 in the 2018-19 season. That’s good company for Johnson to be apart of and the height of the total speaks volumes towards a playmaking ability that will reward Johnson with a long NHL career.
9. Cole Sillinger, C, Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL)
Cole Sillinger is an absolute dynamo offensively. It’s incredible. In his rookie season in the WHL, he netted 53 points in 48 games, a seriously great scoring pace. Despite missing a month with injury, Sillinger managed great point totals; totals that ranked him second in points-per-game among all WHL rookies. The only rookie to outscore Sillinger (in terms of points-per-game) was Michal Teply, a Chicago Blackhawks prospect drafted in the 2019 Draft.
Teply has had experience working with NHL coaching, at the 2019-20 Blackhawks training camp, and had experience in the Czech’s top league. He was much better prepared for a rookie season in the WHL than Sillinger was. And yet, Sillinger’s 1.10 points-per-game was only 0.09 short of the league-leading tally that Teply put up.
That speaks wonders to Sillinger’s abilities. His value as an offensive-specialist was made very well known through his rookie year; with his shot and creative passing making him one of the best in the league last season. He could work on his two-way play and skating but his ability to put up points on the back of great assets is terrific. He’ll be a high-scoring, top-six name in the NHL one day.
10. Samu Tuomaala, C, Karpat (SHL)
Samu Tuomaala has played 12 games in Finland’s U20 league so far this season, scoring 11 points. That earned him a call up to the country’s top league, where many expect him to thrive. This is thanks to a skating ability that’s translatable at any level. Tuomaala is very fast, agile, and effective with his edge work. Among a draft class that’s filled with strong skaters, Tuomaala’s play stands out.
His speed makes him great in transition; where Tuomaala thrives. His rush up the ice is quick and effective, marked by strong passes and efficient plays. This leads him perfectly into the offensive end, where Tuomaala clearly thrives. This is largely thanks to his speed in transition, which creates countless opportunities.
Even in the offensive zone, Tuomaala finds ways to use his speed to manipulate the opposition. He has plenty of tricks up his sleeve to open up passing lanes: including simply looping around the zone with his great speed until holes in the defence open up and baiting opposition into corners only to turn on a dime to work his way out of trouble.
He’s an effective skater with smart offensive abilities. With a shot at Finland’s top league, Tuomaala could become a favorite among the 2021 NHL Draft class.
Full Top 32 Picks
Here are the full Top 32 rankings!

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