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Clemson, SC (SportsNetwork. [url=]Patrick Mahomes II Womens Jersey[/url] .com) - Cole Stoudt threw for 209 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions to help the 21st-ranked Clemson Tigers to a 16-6 win over the Syracuse Orange in a sloppy game from Memorial Stadium on Saturday. The Tigers committed four turnovers, while Syracuse gave it away three times. Kickers Ammon Lakip and Cole Murphy accounted for five made field goals in just the third meeting between the two schools. Wayne Gallman had 101 yards on 28 carries for Clemson (6-2, 5-1 ACC), which has won five straight since a 23-17 overtime loss to Florida State. AJ Long struggled to just 82 yards on 12-of-27 passing with two interceptions for the Orange (3-5, 1-3), who have dropped five of their last six since opening the season 2-0. [url=]Tanoh Kpassagnon Womens Jersey[/url] . -- Arizona coach Sean Miller rose from his seat every time Roberto Nelson touched the ball and yelled "Shooter!" 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Pollock ran on contact and scored the go-ahead run as Gregorius beat the throw at first. "Its a play we havent used much this year," Arizona manager Kirk Gibson said of the safety squeeze. "Didnt put it on for a couple of pitches. I think they may have suspected early. It was great bunt ... We had speed at the plate, we had speed at third with Pollock." Gregorius said Gibson told him to be alert for the sign. "When I took the first pitch I noticed (Stammen) had a really good sinker. Then the second pitch he threw me a curveball or slider," Gregorius said. "Then on the third pitch I crowded the plate a little bit after I saw the sign. So the sinker was away, but it was a successful bunt to first." Josh Collmenter (4-0) pitched the 10th inning and Heath Bell picked up his 14th save as the Diamondbacks snapped a three-game losing streak with a mix of very good pitching, timely hits and several excellent defensive plays. Ian Desmond homered and Adam LaRoche had two hits for the Nationals. "Just one of those things," Nationals manager Davey Johnson said. "It was that kind of ballgame. A couple home runs, and then a safety squeeze beats us." Corbin, who came in 9-0, and Strasburg matched up for seven innings with each allowing two runs. Strasburg gave up six hits while striking out four and walking two as he threw 113 pitches. It was the first time Strasburg allowed as many as two earned runs in a game since May 4. "I felt pretty good out there. The fast ball felt really good," Strasburg said. "Just maybe having that extra day (between starts), I felt like my curveball was you know hanging a little bit, but I was able to make the adjustment." Corbin allowed five hits while striking out six and walking two. He threw 111 pitcches in what was his fifth straight no decision. [url=]Patrick Mahomes II Jersey[/url]. "It was two young pitchers going at it," Gibson said. "Patrick true to form gave us a great performance, matched Strasburg and we ended up getting the win." Arizona starting pitchers are 0-7 in 19 starts since Wade Miley won on June 5. The Diamondbacks trailed 2-0 when Corbin led off the sixth with a single. With one out, Hill, in his third game back from the disabled list, homered off a Strasburg fastball to tie the score. The next two hitters reached base before Strasburg got two fly-ball outs to end the inning. Washington went ahead in the fourth. Corbin retired the first two Nationals, but walked Adam LaRoche. Desmond then hit a 2-2 breaking ball into the visitors bullpen for his 13th homer of the year to make it 2-0. "(I) felt fine. Just the one pitch to Desmond, a breaking ball that I left up," Corbin said. "Other than that I felt pretty good the defence behind me was incredible again." In the seventh, after Washington pinch hitter Chris Marrero singled and pinch runner Jeff Kobernus stole second, Denard Span hit a shot down the line, but first baseman Paul Goldschmidt made a diving stab and beat Span to first. Then third baseman Cliff Penningtons bare-hand play took a hit away from Anthony Rendon in the eighth. Kubel made a diving catch in left-centre to rob Rendon in the first. NOTES: Stadium security evacuated several sections of the upper deck in right field during the 11th inning after a bank of lights started crackling and smoking. . The start of the game was delayed 62 minutes by rain. ... OF Bryce Harper (left knee bursitis) continued his rehab assignment, joining Double-A Harrisburg for a game at Bowie, Md. Johnson said the goal is for Harper to play again for Harrisburg on Saturday and rejoin the Nationals Monday. ... Gibson said X-rays on INF Willie Bloomquists left hand were negative, but there was still swelling and he was only available to pinch run and did in the 10th. Bloomquist was hit by a pitch from Tyler Clippard on Wednesday night. ... Gibson said reliever J.J. Putz (on the DL since May 8 with a strained right elbow) could rejoin the team this weekend in Atlanta. ... 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