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MANHATTAN, Kan. Nike Air Max 98 Blue . -- Kansas State has plenty of reasons to be wary about Missouri State rolling into town.Sure, the Football Championship Subdivision program is coming off a lackluster one-win season, and at first blush it looks like a total mismatch. But it was just four years ago that the Bears were tied with the Wildcats in the third quarter before things devolved into a 51-9 blowout.It was also just last week North Dakota State, which like the Bears (2-0) plays in the Missouri Valley Conference, sent a jolt through the Top 25 with its upset of then-No. 13 Iowa .In other words, dont expect the Wildcats (1-1) to be looking ahead to their Big 12 opener.People keep talking to me about North Dakota State. Yeah, we can beat them, Missouri State coach Dave Steckel said. But were going up against a very, very physical team.The Wildcats showcased that in last weeks 63-7 romp over Florida Atlantic. Winston Dimel ran for four touchdowns on just five carries, and the big fullback joined a cadre of running backs and a trio of elusive quarterbacks in piling up 336 yards rushing and seven scores.Not that Bill Snyder wanted to talk positives afterward.Instead, what jabbed their longtime coach in the side like a sharp stick were the penalties, an uncharacteristic 13 of them for 131 yards. The flags repeatedly put Kansas State in a hole on offense, and several times they wiped out what should have been significant gains.They were the kind of mistakes the Wildcats could afford against Florida Atlantic. Maybe even against Missouri State. But not when league play starts at West Virginia.It is a discipline element, Snyder said, and that requires accountability and coaches are responsible for implementing the accountability. It is not after the fact on game day. It is during the course of the week. We have to do a better job of holding players accountable.As the Bears prepare to visit Kansas State, here are some of the other story lines:STOUT DEFENSEMissouri State is allowing just 11 points per game, third-best in its division, and just 51.5 yards on the ground. But there is a big difference between playing Southwestern (Kan.) and Murray State, and playing a Big 12 opponent on the road.No matter who you play, you respect them. You prepare for them, said Steckel, who faced Kansas State often as a longtime assistant at Missouri. Theres no difference. This game is about us.SPEAKING OF DThe Wildcats limited Stanford and star running back Christian McCaffery in a 26-13 loss, then completely shut down the Owls last week. Florida Atlantic barely managed 200 yards of total offense and picked up one first down in the lopsided defeat.BIG BOY DROUGHTMissouri State has not beaten a Football Bowl Subdivision opponent since Sept. 1, 1990, when it beat UNLV. Thats 30 straight games. Among them was a 23-20 overtime loss to Oklahoma State in 1996, when current Kansas State co-offensive coordinator Del Miller was in his second year as head coach of the Bears.ERTZ-WHILE BACKUPKansas State quarterback Jesse Ertz has been disappointed with hi play through two games as a starter, particularly in the passing game. But despite Joe Hubeners success against the Owls, and some flashy moves by fellow backup Alex Delton, dont expect the Wildcats to think twice about keeping the ball in Ertzs hands .He is still a work in progress, Snyder said. He is gaining more and more in the way of exposure, and as he does so, he gains greater confidence and execution, and decision- making becomes better. It is the nature of the game.BACKFIELD BATTALIONThe Wildcats already planned to use Charles Jones, Justin Silman and Dalvin Warmack at running back. But when redshirt freshman Alex Barnes got into the mix against the Owls, it gave Kansas State one of the deepest stables in the Big 12 .It doesnt change much at all, Barnes said. Were all friends in the locker room. We have lockers right next to each other, so its not a competition that gets in the way of our friendship or our lives outside of football. We enjoy each others company and we have a lot of fun. Nike Air Max 98 Grey . Dukurs winning time was 1 minute, 45.76 seconds, a quarter-second better than Russias Alexander Tretiakov. Lativas Tomass Dukurs was third, 1.41 seconds off the pace. Jon Montgomery of Eckville, Alta. Cheap Air Max 98 Womens . The CFLs leading rusher kept adding to his gaudy numbers this season and scored the winning touchdown with just over two minutes to play. The New Westminster, B.C., native plowed three yards into the end zone for the last score of a heated, see-saw battle between the two teams with the best records in the CFL. http://www.cheapairmax98online.com/nike-air-max-98-green/ . Houston won 3-0 to advance to face New York in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Last in the game, Di Vaio and Romero got into a shoving match with several Houston players. Romero appeared to elbow and kick Houston defender Kofi Sarkodie. STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Canada scored three power-play goals en route to a 4-1 win over Belarus and moved into first place in its group at the IIHF World Championship on Friday. Claude Giroux was in on all of those power-play goals. The Philadelphia Flyers forward scored and assisted on the others by linemates Andrew Ladd and Steven Stamkos. Ryan OReilly scored Canadas first goal even-strength. Justin Schultz assisted on two goals. His Edmonton Oiler teammate and Canadian goaltender Devan Dubnyk made nine saves for his third win of the tournament. Stamkos was tied for the scoring lead in tournament with nine alongside Ilya Kovalchuk of Russia and Petri Kontiola of Finland on Friday. Canada doubled its power-play output from three goals to six in the tournament in one night. "Its going to make the difference in the big games," Giroux said. "I think our power play was moving well before. It just wasnt going in the net. Tonight was a great example of keeping it simple and getting the puck to the net." The top four countries in each pool of eight advance to the quarter-finals. Canada (4-0-1) vaulted over Switzerland into first in their pool with 13 points, although the unbeaten Swiss were just two points behind with a game in hand. Sweden (3-2) was third with nine points and the Czech Republic (2-2-1) fourth with eight. Canada has Saturday off and concludes the preliminary round with back-to-back games Sunday and Monday against the Czechs and Slovenia respectively. Finland was the leader of the Helsinki pool following a 3-2 win over Russia, who lost their second in a row. The Finns had 11 points followed by Russia and the United States with nine. Slovakia inched into fourth in that pool with one point from a 2-1 shootout loss to Austria. Thomas Vanek of the Buffalo Sabres scored the shootout winner as Austria claimed its second win of the tournament. Canada added Vancouver Canucks defenceman Dan Hamhuis to the team Friday. The Smithers, B.C., native is expected to arrive Saturday and will bump the roster up to 23 players, including eight defencemen. Countries can carry a maximum of 25 players in the tournament. The Canucks were swept in the first round of the NHL playoffs by San Jose. Hamhuis represented Canada in four world championships. He won gold in 2007 aand silver in 2008 and 2009. Nike Air Max 98 Red. "Its giving us a really good veteran player that has played against every top opponent in the league," Canadian head coach Lindy Ruff said. Belarus is ranked No. 14 in the world behind Canada at No. 5 and is the host country of next years IIHF World Championship in Minsk. The Belarusians held their opposition to three goals or less per game prior to facing Canada, but their offence has been anaemic. Theyre the lowest-scoring team in the tournament with six goals in four games. Alexei Yefimenko foiled Dubnyks shutout bid at 15:58 of the third period. Goaltender Dmitri Milchakov made 33 saves. Canada played its second game in as many days after beating host Sweden 3-0 the previous night. The game against Belarus didnt have the atmosphere of the night before, but the Canadians played a strong first period and fed off the success of their special teams. In addition to scoring three times with an extra attacker, Canada held Belarus scoreless on five chances. "We wanted to have a good start, with high energy," OReilly said. "Theres never an easy game in this tournament. Every team can play, every team can skate. "We wanted to play our style of game, get the puck deep, work it and put the puck in the net. Thats what we did." Giroux scored a wrap-around goal at 2:35 of the third period. He took a feed from Stamkos and deked one way to get Belaruss defence going the wrong way before tucking the puck in the corner. On a rush with Stamkos, Giroux dished the puck at the last minute so the Tampa Bay Lighting star had an easy tap in at 5:27 of the second period. Giroux teed Ladd up in the high slot for Canadas first power-play goal at 16:59 of the first. "They made a couple of plays you cant draw up," Ruff said. "Just skill plays." OReilly whipped Jeff Skinners backhand pass from behind the goal-line past Milchakov at 11:17 of the first period. Notes: Steve Yzerman, Canadas executive director of national teams and the Tampa Bay Lightning general manager, was at Fridays game . . . Canada is undefeated against Belarus in seven world championship meetings . . . Belarus defenceman Roman Graborenko played in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League for Drummondville and Cape Breton. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys From China Cheap Nike Basketball Jerseys Wholesale Hockey Jerseys China Nike Baseball Jerseys Cheap College Jerseys China Cheap Football Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Canada Wholesale NHL Jerseys Canada Wholesale Nike MLB Jerseys Canada Cheap NBA Jerseys Authentic Canada Stitched Soccer Jerseys Canada Cheap Jerseys Canada NFL ' ' '

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