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Daily Recap – September 30, 2022

News

Tua Tagovailoa took to social media today to thank everyone for well wishes and prayers following his injury last night.

Meanwhile, many in the national media weighed in on Tagovailoa’s injury last night, and whether or not the Miami Dolphins team doctors should have allowed him to play after Sunday’s injury. Some examples:

Najee Harris used his media availability period today to take ownership of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ running game woes of late, and attributed blame placed on the offensive line as the product of outside noise and social media.

Chase Lee was named the Texas Rangers organization’s Reliever of the Year for 2022. In his first full season of pro ball, Lee split the season between Double-A Frisco and Triple-A Round Rock.

Ricky Tarrant posted a 25 point, 6 rebound, 7 assist line and was Game MVP in TED Ankara Kolegliler’s 113-107 overtime win over Samsunspur in the championship game of the Turkey Federation Cup.

Claire Orcel discusses her hip injury that has sidelined her professional career.

Media Appearances

Links to press conferences from today:

From yesterday, three former Alabama golfers appeared on ABC33/40’s morning show to plug this weekend’s Epson Tour stop in Tuscaloosa. Lakareber Abe and Polly Mack were interviewed onsite, while Kenzie Wright gave a putting lesson in another session.

Amari Cooper was interviewed by Jordan Schultz of The Score on Instagram Live.

Week 4 Injury Reports

Game Status Report:
  • Questionable – Julio Jones (knee)
  • Doubtful – N/A
  • Out – Mac Jones (ankle)
Practice Reports – Friday:
  • Did Not Practice – Julio Jones (knee, resting player), Mac Jones (ankle)
  • Limited Participation – N/A
  • Full Participation – Landon Dickerson (foot), Minkah Fitzpatrick (concussion), Ronnie Harrison (hamstring), Ryan Kelly (knee), Aaron Robinson (appendix), DeVonta Smith (back)

Scenes and Highlights

Transactions

  • None.

Game Results

TENNIS

ATP Eugene Korea Open, Doubles Semifinal:
Saketh Myneni / Y Bhambri lost to 1-seed Klaasen / Lammons 7-5, 7-5.


GOLF

Hopps Open de Provence Rd 2:
Gavin Moynihan – 74-79, +9, cut

Sanderson Farms Championship Rd 2:
Davis Riley – 66-71, -7, T7
Robby Shelton – 71-70, -3, T46
Lee Hodges – 70-72, -2, T60
Trey Mullinax – 75-68, -1, cut
Michael Thompson – 75-69, E, cut
Wilson Furr – 77-71, +4, cut 

Ascendant LPGA Rd 2:
Cheyenne Knight – 71-68, -3, T18
Stephanie Meadow – 71-71, E, T35
Emma Talley – 73-71, +2, T53
Janie Jackson – 72-74, +4, cut 
Kristen Gillman – 76-73, +7, cut
Lauren Stephenson – 74-77, +9, cut

Tuscaloosa Toyota Classic Rd 1:
Lakareber Abe – 71, -1, T43
Jiwon Jeon – 72, E, T52
Polly Mack – 73, +1, T65
Kenzie Wright – 74, +2, T80


BASKETBALL

Viatin Mie 102, Shonan United 73.
Daniel Giddens – 29 minutes, 12 points (5-10 FG, 2-5 FT), 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 block, 5 turnovers, 4 fouls.

Mulhouse 80, Besançon 70. 
Mykal Riley – 32 minutes, 5 points (1-2 2pg, 1-6 3pg), 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 turnovers, -13.

Mexico LNBP QF Gm 4:
Soles de Mexicali 94, Astros 83 (series tied 2-2) 
Nick King –  29 minutes, 16 points (7-16 FG, 2-2 FT), 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 turnover, 3 fouls. 

Turkey Federation Cup Championship
TED Ankara Kolejliler 113, Samsunspor 107 (F/OT).
Ricky Tarrant – 39 minutes, 25 points (9-14 2pg, 1-4 3pg, 4-4 FT), 6 rebounds, 7 assists, 1 steal, 2 turnovers, 4 fouls, +15.


SOCCER

Feyenoord 2, Telstar 1.
Pia Rijsdijk - no stats; subbed in at 68’.

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