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Dec 4, 2012 10:31pm
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WINNIPEG Coach Paul LaPolice isnt saying who will start at quarterback for the
Winnipeg Blue Bombers in their home opener next week. Stevan Ridley Red Jersey . With Buck Pierce
out of action for the next month, Alex Brink completed only nine of 34 passes
Wednesday as the Bombers fell to 0-4, losing 25-22 to the Toronto Argonauts. “He
hit a nice throw to (Clarence) Denmark,” LaPolice said as he arrived at the
Winnipeg airport Thursday, when asked for some positives about Brinks
performance. “I think he stood in there. He hurt his groin a little bit himself
so he was kind of banged up but I want to look at the film and go from there.”
Brink admits he had trouble getting anything going against the Toronto defence.
“I dont know if I ever really found that rhythm,” he said. “Its tough when
theyre playing that much man coverage, a lot of press man, theyre making contact
with our receivers, it really throws your timing off. “Theyre a good defence and
they had a good game plan for us.” If Brink doesnt start, its likely the nod
would go to Joey Elliott, who sits third on the Bomber quarterback depth chart.
Because of what was expected to be a delay opening their new stadium, the
Bombers opted to play their first four games on the road. They eventually gave
up and decided they would play all their home games at the old Canad Inns
Stadium. That means their first regular-season home game is next Thursday when
the Edmonton Eskimos come to town. Winnipeg was crushed 42-10 when the two teams
met last Friday in Edmonton. The already lengthy Bomber injury list grew
Wednesday with the addition of receiver Terrence Edwards, safety Ian Logan and
defensive lineman Brandon Collier. LaPolice says Collier could be gone
long-term. LaPolice says the team is frustrated with the poor start as they try
to get back to the Grey Cup after losing to B.C. in last years final. There were
positives Wednesday night, such as running back Chad Simpsons 91-yard rushing
debut (he collected another 31 receiving), and LaPolice says other elements also
improved, but not enough. “Our kicking game I thought was good. . . Our
defensive intensity was better, we got to the quarterback, and we ran the ball
better offensively, but we have to put it all together.” He says the extended
road swing is no excuse. “If you win two games youre not talking about that
issue. . . Youve got to win games on the road, thats part of being successful.”
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to address rumours, Quenneville – who is under contract through the 2013-14
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. The 6-foot-10 forward signed a three-year, $18 million contract with Phoenix
on Friday, then faced questions about his past head-on at a news conference. “I
realize 10 minutes of feeling good is not really worth putting my life and my
career and my legacy in jeopardy,” he said, “so Im confident to say that that
part of my career, that part of my life, is over and wont be coming back. Aaron Hernandez Jersey . For the first time
Nunavut will be represented at the event. Teams will also battle not to finish
among the bottom four rinks to avoid a playoff next year. Vince Wilfork Womens Jersey . The Jan. 16-22
championships in Moncton, N.B., will feature a Saturday lineup that includes the
womens, pairs and ice dance free programs, plus the short program for the
men.SPARTA, Ky. —Jimmie Johnson thought somebody had traded paint with his
motorhome. Nope, that was just the wind. The five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup
champion took advantage of those gusts to grab the poll, edging defending
champion Kyle Busch for the top spot at Kentucky Speedway on Friday night. But
first Johnson had a scary moment. “I was sitting in my motorhome, watching
qualifying on television and the bus started shaking real bad,” he said. “TV was
a little behind and they werent talking about the winds, so for a minute I
thought somebody backed into us.” He soon found out that it wasnt an errant
driver, but rather the powerful wind that briefly suspended qualifying. “I
opened the door to look out and when I did the wind almost took the door off of
the hinges,” he said. “I said, OK, I see whats going on now.” It was Johnsons
first pole-winning run since September 2010 at Dover. “Ive had a lot of seconds
and there is nothing more frustrating than a close second in qualifying,” he
said after posting a top speed of 181.818 mph and a lap time of 29.700 seconds.
“But today went really well and I think weve got a good race car in race trim as
well.” The freakish windstorm—only a few spatters of rain fell from a
slate-grey sky—only put the brakes on qualifying for a short time. But when
the cars returned, the temperature on the track had plummeted from around 140
degrees. “Its amazing with the 30
to 40-degree drrop that we had how much more
grip there was in the track,” said Johnson, who is fourth in the Sprint Cup
standings so far this season. Andre Tippett Jersey. “But when it comes to
qualifying you just have to lay it on the line and hope it works.” Busch, the
last car on the track, just missed the pole at 181.421 mph. “Were starting up
front, which is good for us,” he said. “I typically dont qualify well, but this
is a place where we know what we have to do.” A crew member for the Turner
Motorsports team sustained a broken hand during the blustery winds and had to be
taken to a nearby hospital for observation. A spokesman said he was expected to
be fine. Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick made up the second row, with Ryan Newman
and Clint Bowyer—a winner last week at Sonoma—making up row three. Hamlin
said the dropping track temperature changed everything. “By being able to go
later, the track was steadily cooling off,” he said. “Everyone who went toward
the end obviously had a big advantage.” Hamlin was also in his motorhome when
the storm hit. He thought someone was playing a joke on him by walking around on
his roof. “The wind was pretty treacherous,” he said. Dale Earnhardt Jr.,
seventh on the grid, said everyone is trying to figure out what the surface
conditions will be when the race begins. “The track has changed quite a bit,” he
said. “We dont know what the balance will be like.” ’ ’ ’ 

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