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An interception by linebacker Deon King in the first quarter set up NSUs only touchdown - a 16-yard scoring pass from Ervin to Chris Lee. Bethune-Cookman pulled within 7-6 midway through the second quarter on Quentin Williams 23-yard pass to Jhomo Gordon, but the Wildcats missed the PAT. Bethune-Cookman had 217 yards of offense. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- The Sports Network FCS Top 25 Friday, Nov. 7 No. 9 Fordham (9-1, 5-0 Patriot) 30, Bucknell (7-2, 301) 27, OT Fordham clinched at least a share of the Patriot League title as well as the leagues automatic FCS playoff bid, becoming the first team to qualify this season. Quarterback Peter Maetzolds 10-yard touchdown pass to Tebucky Jones Jr. ended the overtime after Derek Mauers 44-yard field goal gave Bucknell a 27-24 lead. 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This isnt necessarily a hockey move as much as it is a business move but in either area Nicholson is clearly equipped for the challenge. And this is a challenge both in the standings and from what Katz wants from the newly formed business called Oilers Entertainment Group. Sports is no longer about only wins and losses. Its so much about veneer. In Edmonton, there will be a new downtown arena, an area to grow around it, a footprint for the future. When Nicholson took over Hockey Canadaa, it was a small disorganized operation, lacking in business acumen. Tony Gonzalez Jersey. He left it as a hockey corporation. The Oilers are fortunate to have him. Michael Farber, Sports Illustrated - My thumb is down to the Alouettes for the firing of offensive coordinator Rick Worman. Three months after coach Tom Higgins hired Worman, he canned him - before Montreal had played an exhibition game. 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