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Green says he’s “80 percent” and thinks he’s ready to return for Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars . (FBN-BENGALS-NEWS/, moved, The Sports Xchange, 300 words) – – Results TBD on Titans’ Mettenberger experiment NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Zach Mettenberger Experiment is under way with the Tennessee Titans , and while the first outing is encouraging, it’s a far cry from being declared a success. (FBN-TITANS-NEWS/, moved, The Sports Xchange, 600 words) – – NFL roundup News and notes from around the league. (FBN-NOTEBOOK/, expect by 2345 GMT/7:45 PM ET, The Sports Xchange, 400 words) – – – – COLLEGE FOOTBALL CFP rankings released The debut of the College Football Playoff rankings. (FBC-NEWS/, expect ASAP after 2330 GMT/7:30 PM ET, The Sports Xchange, 350 words) – – CFP: What we learned What we learned from the initial rankings in the College Football Playoff rankings released Tuesday night. (FBC-COLUMN/, expect ASAP after 2330 GMT/7:30 PM ET, The Sports Xchange, by Guerry Clegg, 650 words) – – No. 1 Bulldogs have bite in red zone STARKVILLE, Miss. – Mississippi State is a pushover on defense – until it comes to the red zone, where the Bulldogs are one of the best in the nation at turning back opponents. (FBC-MISSISSIPPISTATE-NEWS/, moved, The Sports Xchange, 450 words) – – Georgia awaits word on Gurley’s status Florida is preparing for Georgia running back Todd Gurley to return, but the Bulldogs remain unclear about the suspended running back’s status. (FBC-GEORGIA-NEWS/, moved, The Sports Xchange, 350 words) – – Buckeyes insist: No peeking ahead to Spartans COLUMBUS – Relieved to leave Happy Valley with a double-overtime victory, No. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/reuters-u-sports-schedule-2-pm-edt-tuesday-182633827–spt.html

Such is life right now for the rolling Anaheim Ducks. Gibson made 37 saves and Smith-Pelly scored on a short-handed breakaway, leading the Ducks to a 1-0 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night. Smith-Pelly’s third goal of the season capped a breakaway with 8:28 left in regulation and 2 seconds remaining on a penalty on Sami Vatanen. He beat rookie goaltender Scott Darling between the pads after grabbing the puck at the Ducks’ blue line when Chicago defenseman Brent Seabrook fell. “I tried to fake him out and kind of get him moving and I’m not sure if he got a piece of it, but I’m happy it scooted through,” Smith-Pelly said. He had to fight off teammate Andrew Cogliano for the puck after Seabrook lost it. Then it was clear sailing, with Seabrook unable to get into the play. “I’ve got to do a better job of that,” Seabrook said. “It was just one of those plays.” Anaheim used Smith-Pelly’s goal and Gibson’s first shutout of the season to record its eighth win in nine games. It was the first regulation home loss for Chicago, which has dropped three of four overall. Gibson’s biggest save came on Chicago captain Jonathan Toews in the deep slot 90 seconds into the third period. source: http://www.bostonherald.com/sports/bruins_nhl/nhl_coverage/2014/10/gibson_leads_ducks_past_blackhawks_1_0

Gibson leads Ducks past Blackhawks 1-0 | Boston Herald

Pavel Datsyuk and Riley Sheahan scored for Detroit, which outshot the Flyers 37-17. SABRES 2, SHARKS 1 SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) Cody Hodgson and Nicolas Deslauriers each scored their first goal of the season early in the third period, and Buffalo continued its dominance over San Jose. Michal Neuvirth saved 29 of 30 shots to earn his first win over the Sharks in four games and help end Buffalo’s four-game losing streak. Brent Burns scored for the Sharks, who have lost four straight. Alex Stalock stopped 13 of 15 shots. The Sabres, who were outscored 11-1 during their losing streak, won their seventh straight over the Sharks, including the past four in San Jose. The Sharks last beat Buffalo on their home ice in January 2010. CAPITALS 3, FLAMES 1 CALGARY, Alberta (AP) Joel Ward scored twice including the game-winner to lead Washington over Calgary. Ward’s second of the night 5:31 into the second period broke a 1-1 tie and gave the Capitals a lead they wouldn’t relinquish. Ward has scored four goals, one behind team-leader Alex Ovechkin. Nicklas Backstrom also scored for Washington (4-1-2), which has split the opening two games of its three-game swing through Western Canada. source: http://www.newstribune.com/news/2014/oct/25/saturdays-nhl-capsules/

 

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