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  • By Will Jarvis
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The Tigers beat Emporia State 67-62 Monday night, and if their 18-point loss to Utah last week didn’t highlight its need for offensive production and a yearning for injured freshman Michael Porter Jr., then a five-point win over the Division II Hornets certainly did.

  • By Jason Turner sports writer
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There’s no question Dominik Eberle has done an outstanding job as Utah State’s place-kicker this season, and he was rewarded accordingly Monday afternoon.

  • Brandon Foster Brandon.Foster@Trib.com
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LARAMIE — It takes more than one player to replace a quarterback like Josh Allen. So with Wyoming’s junior starter sidelined Saturday for the first time since 2015, the Cowboys dialed up some new plays offensively to lend a hand to backup Nick Smith.

  • ZACH LENTZ T&D Correspondent
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CLEMSON — It is officially rivalry week as the No. 2 Clemson Tigers (10-1, 8-1 ACC) travel down I-26 to take on the South Carolina Gamecocks (8-3) in the annual Palmetto Bowl Saturday (7:30 p.m., ESPN).

  • MARK TUPPER H&R Executive Sports Editor
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CHAMPAIGN – For the 1970 Sports Illustrated issue that previewed the coming National Football League season, the hulking image of Dick Butkus stares from the cover with a nasty scowl.

  • By Conor O'Neill Winston-Salem Journal
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Three Wake Forest players — center Ryan Anderson (Offensive Lineman of the Week), receiver Tabari Hines (Receiver of the Week) and rover Demetrius Kemp (Linebacker of the Week) — were selected for weekly honors from the Atlantic Coast Conference for their efforts in Saturday night’s 30-24 victory over North Carolina State.