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ST. LOUIS (AP) – Sidney Rice caught a touchdown pass and drew a
pass interference call in the end zone that led to a field goal and
the Seattle Seahawks defeated the St. Louis Rams 24-7. The Seahawks
defense also came up with a big game, sacking Sam Bradford five
times and forcing him to lose two fumbles that led to touchdowns.
Marshawn Lynch scored for the fourth week in a row, although he
just missed on a third consecutive 100-yard game. Chris Clemons had
three sacks and came up with both fumbles. The Rams totaled 185
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) – Washington State University quarterback
Connor Halliday was listed in stable condition at a Pullman
Regional Hospital yesterday after suffering a lacerated liver. WSU
officials say Halliday was admitted to the hospital for observation
and imaging after Saturday’s loss to Utah. The assistant athletic
director says Halliday received several hard hits during WSU’s
30-27 loss to the Utes and played through each of them.
ST. LOUIS (AP) – Brian Conklin scored 25 points and Saint Louis
coasted to a 77-64 win over Washington yesterday. The Huskies
scored the first two points, but the Billikens took the lead for
good at 8-6 on Kwamain Mitchell’s 3-point shot and never looked
back. It was 50-25 Saint Louis at the half and Washington never got
closer again than the final 13-point margin. Mitchell scored 18
points for the Billikens and contributed four 3-pointers.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – Faisal Aden scored 21 points to lead
Washington State to an 83-73 win over Portland. Brock Motum added
13 points and DaVonte Lacy 11 for Washington State. Kevin Bailey
led Portland with 14 points. The Cougars led most of the way.
Portland’s only lead came midway through the first half, but it was
erased 30 seconds later on a layup by Motum. Washington State made
a 15-4 run, including 11 points by Aden.
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) – E.J. Singler scored 21 points to lead Oregon
past Southeast Missouri 86-61. Garrett Sim scored 14 and Jeremy
Jacob added 10 points for the Ducks, who put the game away with a
32-1 run midway through the game. Tyler Stone led the Redhawks with
20 points. Marland Smith had 12 points. Oregon led 24-21 with 4:36
to play in the first half when Jacobs made a pair of free throws to
start a 14-0 run.
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