Nov 06, 2019 3:17 AM

Foxen scores 18 to pace CSC in exhibition game at Colorado State

Posted Nov 06, 2019 3:17 AM

By: John Murphy

CSC Sports Information Assistant


FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- The Chadron State women's basketball team fell 102-51 in an exhibition game against Colorado State, Tuesday afternoon in Fort Collins, Colorado.

 

Since it was an exhibition game, the loss does not count against the Eagles record, but the Rams are now 1-0.

 

Due to a technical foul before the game began, Chadron State's Taryn Foxen hit a free throw before the opening tip to give the Eagles a 1-0 lead. The Rams scored the next 11 points and led the rest of the game.

 

CSU outshot CSC 54.5 percent to 26.7 percent.  

 

Foxen led the Eagles with 18 points and had a team high three assists.

 

Jessica Lovitt had a team high six rebounds.

 

Five different players scored in double-digits for the Rams. Annie Brady, Lore Devos and Liah Davis each had 12 points, while Katie Stamatelopoulos and Jamie Bonnarens each had 10. Brady had a game high nine rebounds and Stamatelopoulos led both teams with five assists. 59 of the Rams points were scored by their bench.

 

Chadron State committed 18 turnovers compared to CSU's 11. The Rams scored 27 points off the Eagles 18 turnovers while CSC scored nine off CSU's 11.

 

The Eagles actual season begins this Friday at home, as they host Texas A&M International at 3 p.m. in the Chicoine Center

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Nov 06, 2019 3:17 AM
Allen leads Broncos by Browns 24-19 in NFL debut

DENVER (AP) — Fourth-year quarterback Brandon Allen sparked Denver's stagnant offense, throwing for two touchdowns in his first career NFL start and leading the Broncos past the stumbling Cleveland Browns 24-19 Sunday.


In his first start in 1,402 days, Allen threw a 21-yard pass to Courtland Sutton and a 75-yarder to rookie tight end Noah Fant , and Phillip Lindsay ran nine times for 92 yards and a touchdown.


The Broncos (3-6) didn't truncate the playbook with Joe Flacco (neck) on injured reserve, and Allen threw for 193 yards on 12-of-20 passing.


Allen, who was claimed off waivers from the Rams two months ago, added a wrinkle to an offense that Flacco criticized as too conservative last week by running twice for 16 yards. Denver hasn't seen much mobility in the pocket from its quarterbacks since Tim Tebow's tenure.


Denver's defense stifled Baker Mayfield & Co. all afternoon, forcing the Browns (2-6) to settle for four short field goals and twice stuffing them on fourth down. The first stop came at the Denver 5-yard line and again at the Broncos 28 to get the ball back with 3:19 remaining and the Browns out of timeouts.


Lindsay gained 16 yards on a direct snap to gain the first down and allow the Broncos to go into victory formation.


Nick Chubb was held to 65 yards on 20 carries, and Mayfield finished with 273 yards passing.


Browns receivers Jarvis Landry (six catches for 51 yards) and Odell Beckham Jr. (five catches for 87 yards) were forced to change their colorful cleats at halftime to conform to the league's dress code.


Allen not only gave Denver a jolt, but he stood the pocket to absorb a big hit on the long touchdown to Fant. Left tackle Garett Bolles, who drew two more flags, whiffed on Olivier Vernon and the defensive end crushed Allen just as he got the pass off.


Vernon looked up only to see Fant slipping three tackles before crossing midfield and sprinting down Denver's delirious sideline.


The Broncos, the first team since the Browns in 2010 to play a game without a single quarterback on their active roster who had taken a snap in a regular season game, turned to Allen for his first start since he led Arkansas over Kansas State in the Liberty Bowl on Jan. 2, 2016.


Denver took a 17-12 halftime lead by holding Cleveland to four field goals, and linebacker Todd Davis stuffed Mayfield on a fourth-and-inches sneak at the 5 in the third quarter.


Allen then directed a seven-play, 95-yard drive, which Lindsay capped with a 30-yard touchdown run.


The Broncos stiffened again when Chris Harris Jr. broke up a pass to Beckham on third-and-6 from the 18, but officials flagged safety Justin Simmons for pass interference, giving Cleveland a new set of downs. Mayfield threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Landry on the next snap to pull the Browns within 24-19.


After forcing a punt, the Browns got the ball back at their 12 and quickly and reached the Denver 28, where they used their final timeout on fourth-and-4 with 3:23 left in the game.


Mayfield fired a pass to Landry that Kareem Jackson and Davontae Harris both broke up, giving Denver the ball back.