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Jordan Taylor’s remarkable 3-pointer sends game into overtime

first_imgIOWA CITY, Iowa — Jordan Taylor never hit a bigger shot in his young career than the buzzer-beating 24-footer he drilled to send Wednesday’s game into overtime.In fact, Taylor hadn’t even connected from beyond the arc in 11 previous tries as a Badger. Nonetheless, with Wisconsin trailing 60-57 and a mere 3.1 seconds remaining in regulation, Taylor took the inbounds pass from forward Tim Jarmusz near midcourt, dribbled in and drained a 3-point bomb to keep the Badgers’ hopes alive.“I figured they were going to be hounding [Jason Bohannon] because of what he can do shooting the ball,” Taylor said. “I got open, I saw them switch, and I thought I could try to make a play.”The shot hit by Taylor was eerily similar to Lawrence Westbrook’s three for Minnesota to send Wisconsin’s last game into overtime at the Kohl Center. Westbrook’s three tied that game at 62 and gave the Gophers enough momentum to come away with the victory in the extra period.Unfortunately for the Badgers, however, Taylor’s shot did not produce a similar effect, as the Hawkeyes came out firing in overtime, hitting every shot they attempted from the floor, including a pair of threes to secure the victory.“We didn’t come out in overtime as strong as we’d like to,” Taylor said. “People are going to remember the shot, but I gave up five points [in overtime]. Hopefully, we can go back to practice tomorrow and bounce back and get ready for Illinois.”The 3-point basket at the end of regulation provided a bit of redemption for Taylor after a hard block by Iowa’s Aaron Fuller with 2:56 remaining prevented UW from extending its lead to four points. Taylor went up for a layup on the play only to have it blocked from behind and fall hard to the court.“It doesn’t really matter what I think, I’m not the ref,” Taylor said of whether he was fouled on the play. “I’ve got to finish that play. That’s a big momentum swing; if I finish that play we go up four.”In addition to sending the game into overtime, Taylor played well down the stretch for the Badgers in a game that wasn’t one of Trevon Hughes’ best. Although Hughes scored 10 points in just 25 minutes for Wisconsin, he struggled with the ball, turning it over three times while failing to add an assist.Taylor played 20 minutes for UW, tallying a career-high 10 points on 4-of-8 shooting, including 2-for-3 from beyond the 3-point arc.“No turnovers,” head coach Bo Ryan said of Taylor’s play. “The last 10 minutes he was on the floor, we did not turn the ball over.”Despite scoring just two points prior to hitting the long range 3-pointer, the 6-foot-1 freshman asserted himself as the Badgers’ go-to player in overtime, scoring five more points, including another big shot from beyond the arc to cut Iowa’s lead to three points with 42 seconds remaining in the period.“That’s the job, point guard is kind of like the quarterback on the floor,” Taylor said. “I just do what I can to try and get people to where they’re supposed to go and try to get things organized.”Although he may not have been the first or even second option on the final play of regulation, Taylor didn’t panic when Leuer’s pass came his way.“We work on that play all the time,” Taylor said. “It’s really whoever is open gets the ball and makes the play and in that situation I happened to be the one to get the ball.”Taylor — like many watching the play — was not, however, sure the shot would go in.“Coach stresses in practice to make sure we get a shot off to make sure we give ourselves a chance,” Taylor said. “I was trying to get the ball at the rim — it felt good and luckily it dropped.”last_img read more

Eric Dungey becomes SU’s all-time passing leader in the third quarter against West Virginia

first_imgORLANDO, Fla.— Senior quarterback Eric Dungey is now Syracuse’s all-time leading passer. A third-quarter shovel pass to Chris Elmore of Friday evening’s Camping World Bowl pushed Dungey to 9,194 passing yards, passing Ryan Nassib (9,190 yards) atop the all-time list.Dungey entered his final game with SU on Friday holding 18 program records including passing yards per game (237.8), total offense (11,008) and rushing touchdowns by a quarterback (35). In 2018, he’s thrown for 2565 yards and 17 touchdowns while also rushing for 732 yards and 15 touchdowns.Dungey amassed this feat without playing a full season until this year. Missing four games his freshman season and three in his sophomore and junior years, Dungey’s passing touchdowns and yards are the most he’s had in a single season with the Orange. Comments Published on December 28, 2018 at 7:52 pm Contact Josh: jlschafe@syr.edu | @Schafer_44 Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational leaderboard: Live golf scores, results from Round 4

first_imgShane Lowry, fresh off winning the Claret Jug, withdrew from the tournament after his first career major victory. But the field at TPC Southwind includes most of golf’s big stars, including world No. 1 Brooks Koepka and No. 2 Dustin Johnson.MORE: Watch the St. Jude Invitational live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Koepka continued his major tournament tear at Royal Portrush, finishing tied for fourth. He placed in the top five in all four majors in 2019, winning the PGA Championship, but has not finished better than 50th at a non-mjaor in the last two months. Johnson is coming off a disappointing t-51 and hasn’t won since February.The field also includes Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy and U.S. Open champ Gary Woodland, all of whom missed the British Open cut. Tiger Woods is sitting this tournament out and isn’t expected to play again until the BMW Championship. The PGA Tour returns stateside this week after the conclusion of the British Open, golf’s final major of 2019, as the season winds down and the push for the Tour Championship begins in earnest.Forty-five of the top 50 players in the world made the trip from Northern Ireland to Memphis, Tennessee, to compete in the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational. Follow scores from the 2019 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational below with our live leaderboard.WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational leaderboard: Live scores from Round 4LeaderboardWGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational24 – 28 July 2019Pos.Player NameNationalityScoreRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Total1Brooks KoepkaUSA-16686764652642Webb SimpsonUSA-13696668642673Marc LeishmanAustralia-12696963672684Rory McIlroyNorthern Ireland-11696762712694Matthew FitzpatrickEngland-11676469692694Tommy FleetwoodEngland-11687065662697Jon RahmSpain-10627168692708Ian PoulterEngland-9666967692719Bubba WatsonUSA-8657068692729Billy HorschelUSA-86766697027211Justin RoseEngland-76768706827312Cameron SmithAustralia-66568736827412Patrick CantlayUSA-66568736827412Patrick ReedUSA-67366676827412Alex NorenSweden-66669667327412Justin ThomasUSA-66869667127412Rafa Cabrera BelloSpain-67071676627412Jordan SpiethUSA-67070666827412Aaron RaiEngland-67269666727420Nate LashleyUSA-56670716827520Dustin JohnsonUSA-56969696827520Louis OosthuizenSouth Africa-57369666727520HaoTong LiChina-56969677027524Adam LongUSA-47170676827624Matthew WolfeUSA-47270656927624Andrew PutnamUSA-46671726727627Paul CaseyEngland-37071696727727Chez ReavieUSA-36870687127727Jim FurykUSA-37465706827727Tony FinauUSA-37071686827727Brandt SnedekerUSA-36973696627727Kevin KisnerUSA-37767666727727Thorbjørn OlesenDenmark-36671657527727Henrik StensonSweden-36967726927727Shugo ImahiraJapan-36569717227727Xander SchauffeleUSA-36970696927727Matt WallaceEngland-37069657327727Corey ConnersCanada-36771706927739Keith MitchellUSA-27370716427840Sergio GarciaSpain-16971706927940Adam ScottAustralia-17068746727940Jason DayAustralia-17269687027943Justin HardingSouth AfricaPar7270647428043Matt KucharUSAPar7070716928043Tyrrell HattonEnglandPar6671697428043Kevin NaUSAPar7066707428043Hideki MatsuyamaJapanPar6571727228048C.T. PanChina+17270706928148Danny WillettEngland+16972707028148Bryson DeChambeauUSA+16774726828151Eddie PepperellEngland+47074667428451Lucas BjerregaardDenmark+46974726928451Philip ErikssonSweden+47372726728454J.B. HolmesUSA+57671687028555Gary WoodlandUSA+67371707228655Kodai IchiharaJapan+67170757028657Phil MickelsonUSA+86873737428858Mikumu HorikawaJapan+107577667229058Poom SaksansinThailand+106873757429060Sung-hoon KangSouth Korea+116975737429161Max HomaUSA+127473776829261Keegan BradleyUSA+127478657529263Kevin TwayUSA+1776777470297Click here or refresh if you can’t view the leaderboard.last_img read more