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MACOMB, Ill. -- Fred Sims, Jr. scored a career-best 30 points and Clemmye Owens converted a three-point play in the final 15 seconds of overtime as Chicago State defeated Western Illinois 83-76 Saturday.It was the first road win for Chicago State (3-4), which is embarked on a month-long 12-game road swing.Sims went 9-for-22 from the floor with three 3-pointers and committed no turnovers in 41 minutes. Trayvon Palmer added 16 points for the Cougars and Owens 14, including 3-for-3 from 3-point range.Western Illinois leading scorer Garret Covington also scored 30, one shy of his career record, which moves the senior to sixth on the Leathernecks all-time scoring list.Sims opened the scoring in overtime with a 3-pointer and accounted for eight of Chicago States 13 points in the period. A Covington 3 in the final half-minute pulled Western Illinois to 78-76, but then Owens three-point play pushed the game out of reach. Clayton Kershaw Womens Jersey . 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The NFL regular season has finally arrived! Sunday NFL Funday.Fantasy football style is less than 24 hours away, and there is no better way to kick it off than with a win. So, lets get started! Top fantasy news and notes as we get closer to Sunday:Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski has been scratched from Week 1, so get another tight end in your lineup NOW.Seahawks RB Christine Michael will start for Seattle over Thomas Rawls, so pick up Michael off your waiver wire if available.Vikings QB Shaun Hill will start Week 1. No Sam Bradford yet.Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi didnt make the trip to Seattle, so expect a heavy dose of Arian Foster.Time for studs (beyond the obvious), duds and sleepers. Here we go:STUDSQB: Derek Carr @ New OrleansThis matchup has the potential to be a shootout in the Big Easy. The Saints defense allowed 19 percent more fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks than any other team last season. If that trend carries over into the 2016 season, watch out.(Others: Eli Manning @ Dallas, Kirk Cousins vs. Pittsburgh)WR: Sammy Watkins @ BaltimoreWatkins has a very favorable matchup against Ravens DB Jimmy Smith on Sunday afternoon. His chemistry with QB Tyrod Taylor will be on tap in Charm City. I love Watkins this week.(Others: Amari Cooper @ New Orleans, Golden Tate vs. Indianapolis)RB: Lamar Miller vs. ChicagoMiller makes his way from Miami to Houston, where he is expected to be featured more, and gets a good matchup in Week 1 against the Bears. Miller is a RB1. If you own him, play him.(Others: Doug Martin @ Atlanta, Carlos Hyde vs. Los Angeles)TE: Travis Kelce vs. San DiegoKelce had over 100 targets last season, and perhaps more of those targets take place in the red zone in 2016. Last year, San Diego allowed a little more than seven fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends.(Others: Coby Fleener vs. Oakland, Gary Barnidge @ Philadelphia, Zach Ertz vs. Cleveland)DUDSQB: Philip Rivers @ Kansas CityThe Chiefs defense was great last season. Is it as good in 2016? Time will tell. Rivers was held without a passing score in three games last year, and two of those games were against Kansas City. Its evident the Chiefs have his number. Give me a different gunslinger on Sunday.WR: Julian Edelman @ ArizonaEdelman has a few things going against him Sunday. No Tom Brady and a matchup against the Cardinals DBs.dddddddddddd Jimmy Garoppolo will be at the helm for the first four weeks for the Pats, and the jury is still out on how well hell play. Arizonas Patrick Peterson and Tyrann Mathieu are some of the best defensive backs in the business.RB: Jeremy Hill @ New York JetsHill will be the main back for the Bengals, with Giovani Bernard sprinkled in for a change of pace and to help in the passing game. However, Week 1 is against the Jets, who gave up the fewest rushing yards and just two rushing touchdowns to opposing running backs last season.TE: Antonio Gates @ Kansas CityGates has only scored one touchdown in his last nine games against the Chiefs. Kansas City allowed the fewest fantasy points to opposing tight ends last season. The numbers dont look good for this NFL senior citizen.SLEEPERSQB: Matthew Stafford @ IndianapolisThe Colts cornerback department is one of the worst in the NFL. To make matters worse, DB Vontae Davis is out for Week 1. This shootout will play well for Stafford, and he has the potential to put up top 5 QB fantasy numbers come Sunday.(Honorable mention: Taylor @ Baltimore)WR: Eric Decker vs. CincinnatiDecker scored 12 touchdowns last season. Ryan Fitzpatrick likes to target Decker when the Jets are in the red zone, and he has a favorable matchup this week against the Bengals. Decker is a solid WR2 this week.(Honorable mentions: Marvin Jones vs. Indianapolis, Donte Moncrief vs. Detroit)RB: DeAngelo Williams @ WashingtonWilliams has three weeks to crush it until LeVeon Bell returns from suspension. Williams shined last season when given the spotlight, and the expectations are he will do the same this season. Washington allowed the ninth-most rushing yards to opposing running backs last season.(Honorable mentions: Spencer Ware vs. San Diego, Michael vs. Miami)TE: Clive Walford @ New OrleansWalford is still available in a little over 60 percent of ESPN leagues. If you own Gronk, who is a no-go in Week 1, grab Walford off the waiver wire now. He has a great matchup against a Saints defense that allowed the most fantasy points to opposing tight ends last season.(Honorable mention: Jared Cook @ Jacksonville)Good luck in Week 1! ' ' '

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