Brewers 4, Marlins 1
The Marlins were sloppy defensively and silent at the plate, falling 4 1/2 back in the wild-card race.
Marlins 6, Brewers 3
Pushed to the brink of defeat, the Marlins pulled off a Houdini escape on Tuesday before recovering in dramatic fashion to pull out a 6-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers.
What swirls around the Dolphins this week hasn’t in a long time.
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Line: BAL by 2 ½
Branden Albert and JaWuan James eagerly await the one-on-one challenge of squaring off against the Bills stalwart defensive line.
Backup linebackers Jelani Jenkins and Jason Trusnik and newcomer Kelvin Shappard will be called on to deal with Bills’ running attack.
Adversity is nothing new for linebacker Thurston Armbrister, who has three sacks and two forced fumbles already this season.
Marlins 6, Brewers 4
Marcell Ozuna put a dent in the the scoreboard. Giancarlo Stanton put one in the record books.
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Jurgen Klinsmann, never shy about making bold statements, set a rather lofty goal for the 2018 World Cup in Russia: the semifinals.
Dannell Ellerbe is out for the season, and the status of Koa Misi and Philip Wheeler is also in doubt because of injuries.
UM’s offense is last in the Football Bowl Subdivision on third-down conversions, but its defense stepped up against FAMU on Saturday.
The University of Florida routed Eastern Michigan 65-0 on Saturday, but its season-opening victory came at a heavy price.
Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston said earlier last week that he couldn’t wait to throw Jesus Wilson some touchdowns.
Marlins 4, Braves 0
Brad Hand pitched six scoreless innings, and the Marlins beat the Braves, halting a stretch of four consecutive series losses.
Dolphins | Mike Wallace
Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace makes impact in second half of win against New England Patriots
Sit quietly Sunday afternoon around 2:30 p.m. and you could hear half of South Florida grumbling a version of “Yeah, more of the same from Ryan Tannehill-to-Mike Wallace.”
Dolphins 33, Patriots 20
Dolphins overpower Patriots in second half to win season opener as Knowshon Moreno rushes for 134 yards and a touchdown in his debut, and the Miami defense sacks Tom Brady four times.
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took Chris McCain less than three minutes to make an impact play in his first NFL game, and when he blocked that punt that eventually led to the seasons first touchdown, it was quickly apparent something was different about these Dolphins.
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After years of dashed hopes, this years Dolphins may be the real thing.
NO. 1 FSU 37, The Citadel 12
Jimbo Fisher placed yet another stamp on the Florida State football program Saturday night.
UM 41, Florida A&M 7
Brad Kaaya threw for two scores, and Duke Johnson passed the 2,000-yard career rushing mark.
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