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McGough completed 31 of 39 passes for 390 yards for the Golden Panthers (4-4, 2-2 Conference USA). Two of his TD passes went to Jonnu Smith , who had 183 yards receiving. Alex Gardner ran for a score. McGough threw one touchdown in the first quarter and ran for another in the second. An Austin Taylor field goal gave the Golden Panthers a 17-6 lead with 4:13 left in the first half. Another Taylor field goal and a 38-yard touchdown nightisland pass from McGough to Clinton Taylor had FIU up 27-12 in the third quarter. In the fourth, Gardner ran it in from a yard out and McGough hit Smith for a 13-yard score to make it 41-12. David Washington finished with 125 yards passing for the Monarchs (3-4, 1-2). American Football
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First, Jimbo Fisher, defending Nick Saban's decision to kick : "I mean, Nick knows his players better than anybody," Fisher said in the Orlando Sentinel. "We can all doubt, but you don't know what that guys is capable of. He watches him every day, and he's been hitting 60-yarders and he had the wind at his back, why not try and win that game on the road and have a kick? "...Now, you've got to go over and cover him. I'll guarantee Nick has coached that up, I promise you that. We do it here, and that's the way we handle that. There's chances in everything you do. If he makes it, he's a hero. You play to win the game, you don't play not to lose the game." Fisher further said that he tried practicing the Kick Six scenario... but that superstar kicker Roberto Aguayo wouldn't miss short , preventing the team from practicing the team Fisher wanted them to practice.
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Related Links Plainfield gets clean bill of financial health in 2014-15 audit About 120 veterans attended the inaugural breakfast, held at the Plainfield American Legion, 24741 Renwick Road. Food was provided by Meijer while the event was hosted by state Sen. Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant, D-Plainfield, and Sen. Pat McGuire, D-Joliet. U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Charles Lynn Lowder asked veterans in the room to recite with him the well-known Oath of Enlistment, paying mind that the oath was never to be taken lightly. People in the military, you all, and people long before us, took that oath. And part of that responsibility is the unsaid notion that in some cases this can be to the point of forfeiting your life, Lowder said.
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