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    SPORTS
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
East Oregonian
NFL
Seahawks reeling from blowout by Rams
Seattle now needs
help in playoff chase
By TIM BOOTH
Associated Press
RENTON, Wash. — Pete
Carroll was notably somber
on Monday and understand-
ably so. Even a day later,
the most lopsided loss of his
Seattle Seahawks tenure was
still stinging.
“A diffi cult day yesterday
that didn’t get anywhere
near the expectations that
we had,” Carroll said. “We
ran into a day, like some of
us know, our hard days, they
don’t always go like you
like.”
Seattle has generally
thrived in important games
with something at stake.
In this case it was the NFC
West lead and a much easier
path toward a sixth straight
playoff appearance. And
it was coming two weeks
after one of Seattle’s more
complete
performances
in recent seasons with a
convincing 24-10 win over
Philadelphia.
All of those factors made
the 42-7 blowout loss to the
Rams so shocking, and tough
for the Seahawks to accept.
There were few answers,
other than it was a complete
thumping by the Rams.
“I think that’s why our
expectations were so high
and why we’re so disap-
pointed about it today,”
Carroll said. “But we have to
move on from it.”
AP Photo/John Froschauer
Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley (30) rush-
es against Seattle Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Grif-
fi n (26) in the second half of Los Angeles’ 42-7 win over
Seattle on Sunday.
Moving on was a theme
for Carroll on Monday and
he’s right in trying to be opti-
mistic. The Seahawks (8-6)
still have fl eeting playoff
hopes, but have no room for
error the rest of the way if
they intend on fi nding their
way to the postseason. Wins
over Dallas and Arizona
seem like absolutes, and the
Seahawks will likely need
help from others.
But that only addresses
the now. Sunday’s loss to the
Rams felt like a tipping point
for the fi nest era in Seahawks
history. They are becoming
less the brash, unapologetic
bullies of the NFC West and
more an older, expensive
roster likely in need of some
remodeling.
It’s big picture stuff that
the Seahawks will need to
address in the offseason but
was on everyone’s mind
in the aftermath of such a
defl ating loss to the new
upstarts in the division.
“That wasn’t anything
like it’s been since I got
here,” Seattle center Justin
Britt said after the loss. “The
Rams are a hell of a team
this year and they have a
lot of depth and really good
players. It’s kind of the same
story every week.”
There were many reasons
why the Rams were so domi-
nant but none appeared more
bothersome to Carroll than
Seattle’s inability to slow
down Todd Gurley and the
Rams’ run game. Seattle held
Gurley to 43 yards rushing
in its Week 5 victory and
believed even with the losses
on defense due to injury they
could keep the Rams’ run
game in check.
But Seattle’s defensive
front was out of position on
too many plays in the fi rst
half and watched Gurley run
wild. Gurley had 144 yards
rushing in the fi rst half and
found huge running lanes as
Seattle failed to stay disci-
plined up front and didn’t
tackle well in the back end.
“When they running crazy
on us like that, that’s no fun
at all,” safety Earl Thomas
said. “They celebrating and
stuff. That’s not what we’re
used to. It defi nitely sucks.”
The Rams fi nished with
244 yards rushing, the
second-most allowed since
Carroll arrived in Seattle.
Only Kansas City’s 270
yards rushing in 2010 — led
by 173 yards from Jamaal
Charles — topped the Rams’
performance.
“We got a little bit anxious,
tried to get at the quarterback
too much, got out of our run
lanes and gave them some
stuff,” Carroll said.
NOTES: Carroll expects
LB K.J. Wright to be cleared
from the concussion protocol
and return to practice on
Wednesday. Wright suffered
the concussion in the Week
14 loss to Jacksonville and
was not cleared in time to
play on Sunday. ... Carroll
did not believe there would
be lingering friction between
Wagner and Thomas after
the pair exchanged words in
different forums on Sunday.
Thomas questioned after the
loss whether Wagner should
have been playing while
injured. Wagner responded
on Twitter before later
deleting the tweets. “I think
Bobby was a little upset, but
I think we’ll be fi ne,” Carroll
said.
Page 3B
DUCKS: Season may
be over, but Cristobal’s
work is just beginning
Crosby also fi nished his
Oregon career, except he
played in the fi nal game as a
tribute to the victims of the
massacre in Las Vegas on
Oct. 1 that killed 58 people.
Crosby, who is from the Las
Vegas area, is also expected
to get drafted next year.
Herbert threw for 233
yards with two touchdowns
and two interceptions in
the fi nale. He fi nished his
sophomore season with
1,983 yards passing for 15
touchdowns and fi ve inter-
ceptions. He also rushed for
183 yards and fi ve scores.
Cristobal’s work is now
just beginning. The Ducks
had what appeared to be one
of the best recruiting classes
in the nation before Taggart
left. Cristobal will now be
tasked to retaining as many
as he can this week in the
early signing period.
LEAVITT STAYING:
Defensive coordinator Jim
Leavitt has agreed to a new
deal that will keep him in
Eugene through 2021.
His new contract will pay
an average of $1.7 million
per year, which will make
him the second-highest paid
assistant in the NCAA, tied
with Clemson defensive
coordinator Brent Venables.
Sports Illustrated fi rst
reported the new deal.
Leavitt, who sparked a
big turnaround in the Ducks’
defense this season, was in
the middle of speculation
that he would re-join Willie
Taggart at Florida State.
Continued from 1B
a school-record 100-yard
interception return for a
touchdown against the
Broncos, said the coaching
upheaval was not a distrac-
tion in the loss.
“I don’t think so at all.
We got a guy like this,
leading our team, we just
wanted to do whatever we
can, lay everything on the
line for him,” Robinson said.
“We’re not worried about the
decision that coach Taggart
decided to make. We’re
playing for this coach now
and that’s all that matters.”
One player missing from
that fi nal game was running
back Royce Freeman, who
had decided not to play
earlier in the week. The
senior is expected to go in
the earlier rounds of the
upcoming NFL draft.
Freeman was on the
sidelines for the game, a
move that was questioned
by some, but Cristobal said
it was a team decision.
Convinced to stay for
his fi nal year by Taggart,
Freeman set the Pac-12
record with 60 career
rushing
touchdowns,
surpassing Oregon State’s
Ken Simonton, who ran for
59 from 1998-01.
He also set Oregon career
records for rushing yards
(5,621), rushing touchdowns
(60), total touchdowns (64)
and 100-yard games (31).
Offensive lineman Tyrell
SCOREBOARD
Local slate
Basketball
PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Tuesday
Irrigon at Mac-Hi, 7:30 p.m.
White Salmon (WA) at Riverside, 5:30 p.m.
Pilot Rock at Umatilla, 7:30 p.m.
Heppner at Echo, 7:00 p.m.
Stanfi eld at Imbler, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday
Weston-McEwen at Toledo, 1:30 p.m.
Imbler at Nixyaawii, 6:30 p.m.
Thursday
Mac-Hi at Riverside, 5:30 p.m.
Stanfi eld at Irrigon, 7:30 p.m.
Waitsburg (WA) at Weston-McEwen, 7 p.m.
Klickitat (WA) at Helix, 3:30 p.m.
Horizon Christian at Echo, 5:30 p.m.
Condon/Wheeler at Bickleton (WA), 3:30 p.m.
Friday
Hermiston at Dallas, 7:00 p.m.
Umatilla at Nixyaawii, 5:30 p.m.
Pilot Rock at Enterprise, 7:30 p.m.
Condon/Wheeler vs. TBD (at Helix), TBD
Helix vs. TBD, TBD
PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Tuesday
Clackamas at Hermiston, 5:00 p.m.
Pendleton at South Albany, 7:00 p.m.
Irrigon at Mac-Hi, 6:00 p.m.
White Salmon (WA) at Riverside, 4:00 p.m.
Pilot Rock at Umatilla, 6:00 p.m.
Heppner at Echo, 6:00 p.m.
Stanfi eld at Imbler, 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
Pendleton at Putnam, 12:00 p.m.
Imbler at Nixyaawii, 6:00 p.m.
Thursday
McLoughlin at Riverside, 4:00 p.m.
Stanfi eld at Irrigon, 6:00 p.m.
Condon/Wheeler at Griswold, 2:00 p.m.
Friday
Hermiston at West Valley (WA), 5:45 p.m.
Umatilla at Nixyaawii, 6:00 p.m.
Pilot Rock at Enterprise, 6:00 p.m.
Klickitat (WA) at Condon/Wheeler, 2:00 p.m.
PREP WRESTLING
Tuesday
Mac-Hi at Irrigon, 5 p.m.
Thursday
Echo at Tim Fine Memorial (at Oakridge HS)
Pendleton at Cleveland Duals, 10 a.m.
Friday
Hermiston at Best of The West (Pasco, WA)
Saturday
Hermiston at Best of the West (Pasco, WA)
COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL
Wednesday
EOU vs. College of Idaho, 7:30 p.m.
COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
Wednesday
EOU vs. College of Idaho, 5:30 p.m.
NBA
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W
L Pct GB
Boston
26
7 .788 —
Toronto
20
8 .714 3½
New York
16 14 .533 8½
Philadelphia
14 15 .483 10
Brooklyn
11 18 .379 13
Southeast Division
W
L Pct GB
Washington
16 14 .533 —
Miami
15 15 .500
1
Charlotte
11 19 .367
5
Orlando
11 20 .355 5½
Atlanta
7 23 .233
9
Central Division
W
L Pct GB
Cleveland
23
8 .742 —
Detroit
17 13 .567 5½
Indiana
17 14 .548
6
Milwaukee
15 13 .536 6½
Chicago
9 20 .310 13
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
W
L Pct GB
Houston
25
4 .862 —
San Antonio
21 10 .677
5
New Orleans
15 15 .500 10½
Memphis
9 21 .300 16½
Dallas
8 23 .258 18
Northwest Division
W
L Pct GB
Minnesota
18 13 .581 —
Portland
16 14 .533 1½
Denver
16 14 .533 1½
Oklahoma City
15 15 .500 2½
Utah
14 17 .452
4
Pacifi c Division
W
L Pct GB
Golden State
23
6 .793 —
L.A. Clippers
11 18 .379 12
L.A. Lakers
10 17 .370 12
Phoenix
11 21 .344 13½
Sacramento
9 20 .310 14
———
Monday’s Games
Boston 112, Indiana 111
Charlotte 109, New York 91
Atlanta 110, Miami 104
Chicago 117, Philadelphia 115
Houston 120, Utah 99
Minnesota 108, Portland 107
Oklahoma City 95, Denver 94
Phoenix 97, Dallas 91
San Antonio 109, L.A. Clippers 91
Golden State at L.A. Lakers, late fi nish
Tuesday’s Games
New Orleans at Washington, 4 p.m.
Sacramento at Philadelphia, 4 p.m.
Cleveland at Milwaukee, 5 p.m.
NCAA
Men’s College Basketball
Top 25
Monday’s Games
No. 2 Michigan St. 107, Houston Baptist 62
No. 12 Gonzaga 101, IUPUI 71
No. 14 Kansas 109, Omaha 64
No. 15 TCU 91, Texas Southern 72
No. 18 Arizona 83, North Dakota St. 53
No. 19 Florida St. 69, Charleston South. 58
No. 25 Creighton 90, UT Arlington 81
Tuesday’s Games
Marshall at No. 10 Xavier, 3:30 p.m. (FS1)
Dartmouth at No. 18 Notre Dame, 4 p.m.
(ESPNU)
Savannah State at No. 16 UVA, 4 p.m.
AR-Pine Bluff at No. 25 Cincinnati, 4 p.m.
N. Kentucky at No. 9 Texas A&M, 5 p.m.
Arkansas St. at No. 3 Wichita St., 5 p.m.
FAY at No. 24 Texas Tech, 5 p.m.
Longwood at No. 5 Arizona State, 6 p.m.
Pac-12
Tuesday’s Games
Longwood at No. 5 Arizona State, 6 p.m.
South Dakota at UCLA, 6 p.m. (PAC12)
Bethune-Cookman at Washington, 7 p.m.
Cal at Seattle, 7 p.m.
Princeton at USC, 8 p.m. (PAC12)
Women’s College Basketball
Top 25
Monday’s Games
No. 16 Missouri 74, Xavier 48
No. 9 West Virginia 84, Morgan State 41
No. 6 Baylor 85, Nicholls 43
W. Illinois at No. 18 Stanford, 7 p.m.
Tuesday’s Games
No. 21 Green Bay at Northwestern, 9 a.m.
Oklahoma at No. 1 UConn, 4 p.m. (CBSSN)
Maine at No. 14 Duke, 4 p.m.
Pac-12
Monday’s Games
Arizona State 77, Idaho 33
Utah 79, Utah State 44
Washington State 61, Boise State 53
W. Illinois at No. 18 Stanford, 7 p.m.
Tuesday’s Games
Mid. Tennessee at USC, 2:30 p.m.
Hockey
NHL
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
GP W L OT
Tampa Bay
32 24 6 2
Toronto
34 20 13 1
Boston
31 16 10 5
Montreal
33 14 15 4
Detroit
32 12 13 7
Ottawa
31 11 13 7
Florida
33 12 16 5
Buffalo
33 8 18 7
Metropolitan Division
GP W L OT
New Jersey 33 19 9 5
Pts
50
41
37
32
31
29
29
23
GF GA
123 80
109 97
93 87
87 103
86 103
85 103
95 115
72 111
Pts GF GA
43 105 99
Washington 34 21 12 1 43
Columbus
34 20 13 1 41
N.Y. Rangers 33 18 12 3 39
N.Y. Islanders 33 18 12 3 39
Pittsburgh
35 17 15 3 37
Carolina
32 14 11 7 35
Philadelphia 33 14 12 7 35
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
GP W L OT Pts
Nashville
32 21 7 4 46
St. Louis
35 22 11 2 46
Winnipeg
34 19 10 5 43
Chicago
33 17 11 5 39
Dallas
34 18 14 2 38
Minnesota
33 17 13 3 37
Colorado
33 16 15 2 34
Pacifi c Division
GP W L OT Pts
Los Angeles 35 21 10 4 46
Vegas
32 21 9 2 44
San Jose
32 17 11 4 38
Calgary
34 17 14 3 37
Anaheim
34 14 12 8 36
Vancouver
34 15 15 4 34
Edmonton
34 15 17 2 32
Arizona
35 7 23 5 19
————
Monday’s Games
New Jersey 5, Anaheim 3
Boston 7, Columbus 2
Los Angeles 4, Philadelphia 1
Edmonton 5, San Jose 3
Colorado 4, Pittsburgh 2
Tuesday’s Games
Carolina at Toronto, 11 a.m.
Minnesota at Ottawa, 4 p.m.
Detroit at N.Y. Islanders, 4 p.m.
Anaheim at N.Y. Rangers, 4 p.m.
Boston at Buffalo, 4:30 p.m.
Winnipeg at Nashville, 5 p.m.
Washington at Dallas, 5:30 p.m.
Florida at Arizona, 6 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Vegas, 7 p.m.
Montreal at Vancouver, 7 p.m.
108
97
108
118
101
90
92
98
93
96
114
112
98
94
GF GA
108 85
107 88
112 94
102 86
99 99
94 95
105 109
GF GA
107 82
112 97
88 80
97 102
91 100
88 106
101 110
78 122
Football
NFL
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
W L
T Pct PF
y-New England 11 3
0 .786 395
Buffalo
8 6
0 .571 264
Miami
6 8
0 .429 252
N.Y. Jets
5 9
0 .357 285
South
W L
T Pct PF
x-Jacksonville 10 4
0 .714 374
Tennessee
8 6
0 .571 296
Houston
4 10
0 .286 319
Indianapolis 3 11
0 .214 225
North
W L
T Pct PF
y-Pittsburgh 11 3
0 .786 344
Baltimore
8 6
0 .571 345
Cincinnati
5 9
0 .357 233
Cleveland
0 14
0 .000 207
PA
274
306
342
342
PA
209
319
380
368
PA
278
256
305
362
West
W L
T Pct PF
Kansas City 8 6
0 .571 359
L.A. Chargers 7 7
0 .500 311
Oakland
6 8
0 .429 281
Denver
5 9
0 .357 254
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East
W L
T Pct PF
y-Philadelphia 12 2
0 .857 438
Dallas
8 6
0 .571 336
Washington 6 8
0 .429 305
N.Y. Giants 2 12
0 .143 228
South
W L
T Pct PF
New Orleans 10 4
0 .714 401
Carolina
10 4
0 .714 331
Atlanta
9 5
0 .642 318
Tampa Bay 4 10
0 .286 285
North
W L
T Pct PF
y-Minnesota 11 3
0 .786 343
Detroit
8 6
0 .571 358
Green Bay
7 7
0 .500 309
Chicago
4 10
0 .286 234
West
W L
T Pct PF
L.A. Rams 10 4
0 .714 438
Seattle
8 6
0 .571 321
Arizona
6 8
0 .429 246
San Francisco 4 10
0 .286 253
x-clinched playoff spot
y-clinched division
———
Week 15 scores
Denver 25, Indianapolis 13
Detroit 20, Chicago 10
Kansas City 30, L.A. Chargers 13
Minnesota 34, Cincinnati 7
Washington 20, Arizona 15
Baltimore 27, Cleveland 10
Buffalo 24, Miami 16
Carolina 31, Green Bay 24
Jacksonville 45, Houston 7
New Orleans 31, N.Y. Jets 19
Philadelphia 34, N.Y. Giants 29
L.A. Rams 42, Seattle 7
New England 27, Pittsburgh 24
San Francisco 25, Tennessee 23
Dallas 20, Oakland 17
Atlanta 24, Tampa Bay 21
PA
302
255
324
328
Frisco (Texas) Bowl
Louisiana Tech (6-6) vs. SMU (7-5), 5 p.m.
(ESPN)
PA
279
311
359
355
PA
282
286
282
336
PA
242
339
333
294
PA
272
294
337
337
National Finals Rodeo
Final Standings
All-Around
1. Tuf Cooper (Weatherford, TX), $341,560
2. Trevor Brazile (Decatur, TX), $319,337
3. Dakota Eldridge (Elko, NV), $268,552
4. Erich Rogers (Round Rock, AZ), $260,469
5. Junior Nogueira (Presidente Prudente),
$256,923
Bareback Riding
1. Tim O’Connell (Zwingle, IA), $371,415
2. Richmond Champion (The Woodlands,
TX), $268,511
3. Tanner Aus (Granite Falls), $235,714
4. JR Vezain (Cowley, MT), $220,830
5. Clayton Biglow (Clements, CA),
$200,557
Steer Wrestling
1. Tyler Pearson (Louisville, OK), $265,457
2. Ty Erickson (Helena, MT), $263,267
3. Dakota Eldridge (Elko, NV), $245,333
4. Tyler Waguespack (Gonzales, LA),
$231,277
5. Kyle Irwin (Robertsdale, FL), $194,818
Team Roping (Headers)
1. Erich Rogers (Round Rock, AZ), $265,416
2. Kaleb Driggers (Hoboken, TX), $254,470
3. Riley Minor (Ellensburg, WA), $220,183
4. Luke Brown (Stephenville, TX), $216,803
5. Clay Smith (Broken Bow, TX), $197,555
Team Roping (Heelers)
1. Cory Petska (Marana, AZ), $265,416
2. Junior Nogueira (Presidente Prudente,
TX), $255,200
3. Brady Minor (Ellensburg, WA), $220,183
4. Jake Long (Coffeyville, TX), $208,274
5. Travis Graves (Jay, TX), $202,687
Saddle Bronc Riding
1. Ryder Wright (Milford, UT), $284,938
2. Brody Cress (Hillsdale, WY), $282,286
3. CoBurn Bradshaw (Beaver, UT), $274,576
4. Hardy Braden (Welch, OK), $262,965
5. Jacobs Crawley (Boerne, TX), $233,273
Calf Roping
1. Marcos Costa (Childress, TX), $317,421
2. Tuf Cooper (Weatherford, TX), $301,983
3. Marty Yates (Stephenville, TX), $233,673
4. Cade Swor (Winnie, TX), $210,748
5. Caleb Smidt (Bellville, TX), $209,097
Barrel Racing
1. Nellie Miller (Cottonwood, CA),
$308,498
Bull Riding
1. Sage Kimzey (Strong City, OK),
$436,479
2. Trey Benton III (Rock Island, TX),
$322,208
3. Ty Wallace (Colbran, CO), $305,352
4. Joe Frost (Randlett, UT), $304,565
5. Garrett Smith (Rexburg, ID), $260,143
NCAA
Bowl Schedule
Saturday, Dec. 16
Celebration Bowl
NC A&T 21, Grambling State 14
New Orleans Bowl
Troy 50, North Texas 30
Cure Bowl
Georgia State 27, Western Kentucky 17
Las Vegas Bowl
Boise State 38, Oregon 28
New Mexico Bowl
Marshall 31, Colorado State 28
Camellia Bowl
Middle Tennessee 35, Arkansas State 30
Tuesday’s Games
Boca Raton (Fla.) Bowl
Akron (7-6) vs. FAU (10-3), 4 p.m. (ESPN)
Wednesday, Dec. 20
Rodeo
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