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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Charlie Strong began his weekly news conference Monday by spending a couple of minutes discussing the multitude of self-inflicted wounds that cost Texas in its lost to Kansas State on Saturday.Turnovers. Penalties. Blown assignments.It could eventually serve as the epitaph for his tenure leading the Longhorns.Strong dropped to 14-18 in his third season with the 24-21 defeat in Manhattan . And with eighth-ranked Baylor rolling into town, the chances of turning things around this week appear bleak.You look at the job -- I know this, we havent played well, Strong said. But I know this football team can play a lot better, will play a lot better. We just have to continue to develop.Time is running out to develop, though. Longhorns athletic director Mike Perrin has already said he will evaluate everything about the program after the season.Strong isnt the only coach whose grasp of their job is tenuous.Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury could be headed for another losing season after a shootout loss to Oklahoma on Saturday. He is just 22-23 in his fourth season, and 11-20 in the Big 12, which makes the tenures of Spike Dykes, Mike Leach and Tommy Tuberville before him appear even more impressive. All those coaches had winning records in Lubbock.Then there is Kansas coach David Beaty, who still has just one win in his second season. There is little doubt he took over the worst program in major college football, and there is plenty of evidence to suggest hes making progress. But another blowout loss on Saturday, this time to Oklahoma State, also showcased the gap that still exists between Kansas and the rest of the league.Weve got great kids. Theyre tough dudes and they understand the task at hand, understand what were trying to get done, Beaty said. Theres no quit in those guys. Theres no spirit problem. They hate losing, just like we all do. But we dont feel sorry for ourselves.Kingsbury and Beaty at least have a few things going for them.In Kingsburys case, he still has plenty of goodwill among fans from his own playing days with the Red Raiders. And his score-a-minute offense is fun to watch, even if the defense is a disaster.In Beatys case, he took over a program so deep in the dumps that even the most optimistic of fans would admit that it would take Nick Saban or Urban Meyer at least a few years to turn it around.Theyre much improved, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said of the Jayhawks. Defensively they play really solid, offensively they spread it around and throw it more consistently. Coach Beaty and his group have done a really good job.Here are some other tidbits from the Big 12s weekly teleconference with coaches:MOUNTAINEERS ROLL ONWest Virginia climbed to No. 10 this week after a lopsided win over TCU , and now gets ready to face Oklahoma State as the grind truly begins. The Mountaineers (6-0, 3-0) have No. 16 Oklahoma and eighth-ranked Baylor in their final six games.Its hard to win in college football. Theres lots of good teams out there that have lost games and were fortunate not to be one, West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen said. You have to celebrate the victories very short-term and then great ready for the next one.SNYDER ABSENTKansas State coach Bill Snyder missed the call to attend a funeral. Big 12 coaches often have assistants replace them on the call if they are unable to make it, but Snyder does not allow his assistant coaches to speak to media outside the Wildcats annual media day.TUCKERED OUTBeaty got exhausted just watching the track meet Oklahoma and Texas Tech put on Saturday. The teams combined for more than 1,700 yards of offense in the Sooners 66-59 victory .It was amazing, amazing to watch both those teams go to work, said Beaty, whose Jayhawks play the Sooners this week. It was really amazing, and they played as hard as they could, there just wasnt much left in the tank. ... I imagine living that (for a coach) was a nightmare.MIXON A STARKingsbury walked away Saturday night with greater appreciation for Sooners running back Joe Mixon, who ran for 262 yards and two touchdowns against his Red Raiders.Hes phenomenal, Kingsbury said. Hes one of the best Ive coached against because he can do so much. Hes physical when they ask him to block. 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Air Max 2019 Scontate .C. -- Todd Fiddler scored a hat trick, including the overtime goal, as the Prince George Cougars survived an 8-7 win against the Kamloops Blazers in Western Hockey League play Sunday. (STATS) -- Being snubbed from the FCS playoff field last season is no longer such a big concern for the University of North Dakota.Getting a playoff resume going this year is now the issue following the No. 19 Fighting Hawks 13-9 loss at Stony Brook in the season opener for both teams Thursday night.The Big Sky squad next faces an even more difficult assignment -- a Sept. 10 visit to Mid-American Conference power Bowling Green.Winning with defense and special teams is often UNDs forte, but Stony Brook (1-0) likes the same formula. The CAA Football team erased a 9-7 deficit when Gavin Heslop blocked a Austin Dussold punt attempt and Kye Morgan picked up the ball at UNDs 7-yard line and raced into the end zone with 8:52 to play.I thought our guys played hard, but we never got anything going offensively and when you give up a special teams touchdown, that makes it hard to win, UND coach Bubba Schweigert said. I thought our defense came up with a lot stops tonight, but give Stony Brook credit -- that was a physical football game and a tough one to lose.The two teams combined for only 398 yards (Stony Brook 221, UND 177). Safety Cole Reyes was UNDs defensive standout, scoring on a safety in the third quarter and totaling two fumble recoveries, a forced fumble, eight tackles, two tackles for loss and a sack.The game was tied 7-7 at halftime after both teams scored touchdowns in the second quarter. UNDs John Santiago scored on a 16-yard run and Stony Brooks Cal Daniels recovered teammate Jordan Gowins fumble which bounced into the Fighting Hawks end zone.The intersectional matchup was the return trip of Stony Brooks visit to UND in 2014 -- a 13-3 UND win which had only one offensive touchdown.---=STATS FCS TOP 25=ALL TIMES ETTHURSDAY, SEPT. 1No. 3 Jacksonville State (1-0) 31, North Alabama (0-1) 12Jacksonville State quarterback Eli Jenkins picked up where he left off in earning first-team All-America honors for the FCS runner-up last season. The senior gained 331 total yards, rushing for 101 yards and a touchdown and passing for 230 yards.Auburn transfer Roc Thomas carried the ball 20 times for 71 yards and three touchdowns. He also had four receptions for 53 yards.The Gamecocks gained 502 offensive yards, but committed 12 penalties for 106 yards.---=No. 6 Chattanooga (1-0) 66, Shorter (0-1) 0New starting quarterback Alejandro Bennifield was lifted from the game in the second quarter, but not before he threw touchdowns to four different receivers while Chattanooga built a 45-0 halftime lead. The junior finished 8 of 11 for 135 yards with an interception.Backup quarterback Tyler Roberson totaled three touchdowns -- two runs and a 9-yard reception from Bennifield.---=North Carolina State (1-0) 48, No. 9 William & Mary (0-1) 14The visiting Trribe allowed 21 unanswered points in the second quarter while falling behind 28-7 at halftime.dddddddddddd N.C. State finished with 521 offensive yards.Tribe quarterback Steve Cluley passed for only 99 yards with two interceptions, but he accounted for both touchdowns on a 10-yard run and a 16-yard pass to DeVonte Dedmon.---=No. 15 The Citadel (1-0, 1-0 Southern) 24, Mercer (0-1, 0-1) 23The Citadel has beaten Mercer in three straight seasons by a combined five points. The difference in this years Southern Conference opener was Middle Tennessee State graduate transfer Cody Clarks 35-yard field goal with 2:20 left.The Bulldogs, playing on the road without suspended quarterback Dominique Allen, scored on their first three possessions, including Tyler Renew (27 carries, 146 yards) going 70 yards on the games second play, for a 21-3 lead in the first quarter. But a pair of touchdown runs by quarterback John Russ helped Mercer to 20 unanswered points and a 23-21 lead.Clarks winning field goal capped a 15-play drive for the defending co-SoCon champion, whose new coach, Brent Thompson, won his debut.---=No. 20 Western Illinois (1-0) 38, Eastern Illinois (0-1) 21Charlie Fisher won his Western Illinois coaching debut on the road as sophomore Steve McShane rushed for 207 yards and two touchdowns, including a 70-yarder, on 28 carries.Quarterback Mitch Kimbles 323 passing yards and three total touchdowns werent enough for Eastern Illinois as third-year coach Kim Dameron fell to 0-9 in non-conference games.---=FRIDAY, SEPT. 2=No. 21 Colgate (0-0) at Syracuse (0-0), 7 p.m.---=SATURDAY, SEPT. 3=Kentucky State (0-0) at No. 7 Charleston Southern (0-0), 11:45 a.m.---=No. 23 Villanova (0-0) at Pittsburgh (0-0), 1:30 p.m.---=No. 4 Richmond (0-0) at Virginia (0-0), 3:30 p.m.---=Central Washington (0-0) at No. 17 Portland State (0-0), 5:30 p.m.---=Morehead State (0-0) at No. 12 James Madison (0-0), 6 p.m.---=St. Augustines (0-0) at No. 25 North Carolina A&T (0-0), 6 p.m.---=Valparaiso (0-0) at No. 10 Illinois State (0-0), 7 p.m.---=Tarleton State (0-0) at No. 11 McNeese (0-0), 7 p.m.---=Oklahoma Panhandle State (0-0) at No. 2 Sam Houston State (0-0), 7 p.m.---=No. 24 Towson (0-0) at South Florida (0-0), 7 p.m.---=No. 5 Northern Iowa (0-0) at Iowa State (0-0), 8 p.m.---=No. 16 Coastal Carolina (0-0) at Lamar (0-0), 8 p.m.---=No. 8 South Dakota State (0-0) at TCU (0-0), 8 p.m.---=No. 14 Eastern Washington (0-0) at Washington State (0-0), 8 p.m.---=No. 22 New Hampshire (0-0) at San Diego State (0-0), 8:30 p.m.---=Saint Francis (0-0) at No. 13 Montana (0-0), 9 p.m.---=No. 18 Northern Arizona (0-0) at Arizona State (0-0), 10:45 p.m. ' ' '

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