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A proposal by Queensland to host rugby unions first state of origin game in next years mid-season Super Rugby break is reportedly being considered by NSW.But the clash would likely be minus Australias best players, who would be on international duties during the June Test window.Administrators are concerned the code is losing momentum at a crucial time during the crowded winter sports schedule, when the provincial competition comes to a month-long halt.All of a sudden we come to a dead stop at a time when rival codes are building to the high point of their seasons, Queensland Rugby Union boss Richard Barker told News Corp Australia.Lets play a state of origin match at Ballymore. Its a rugby-owned ground, so rugby would get all the proceeds.The Waratahs are open to the concept, but chief executive Andrew Hore expressed a need to liaise with the Australian Rugby Union and Sydneys Shute Shield clubs.We applaud the initiative and were certainly open for discussion, Hore told News Corp.An origin game does highlight the fact that the vast majority of professional rugby players in this country come from NSW and Queensland and sometimes it doesnt hurt to mention that.There is no question, too, that we are looking at the June window very carefully.Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson said the concept could have significant benefits for Australian rugby.The problem we need to solve in Australia is getting enough rugby, the New Zealander told Sky Sports Radio on Friday.Thats what the administrators are talking about - in that period where Super Rugby takes a break and the international games take over - is finding some really relevant that people will want to watch.Id be definitely one who would look at it. 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Kobe Bryant Shoes Deals . -- Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson asked his players a simple question during Fridays morning shootaround: How many of them had ever been on a team 14 games over . Cheap Kobe Bryant Shoes . -- Playing time has been limited for Maxim Tissot this season, so the Montreal Impact defender made the most of his first scoring opportunity on Saturday. LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- You see a game like No. 10 Louisville played Saturday and you search for perspective, try to resist the urge to read too much into one devastating performance. The calendar says its still summer. The trees in this upper part of the South are still as green as the Field Turf at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium. The season is one-quarter over. If this were a 1,500-meter race, the rabbit would still be out in front.But. Oh. My. Goodness.This wasnt Charlotte that Louisville humiliated, 63-20. This was Florida State, a national champion three years ago, a playoff team two years ago, a No. 2-ranked team when the ball was kicked off before the largest home crowd (55,632) in Louisville history.Or, as quarterback Lamar Jackson said, Just another team on our schedule. Now were looking forward to Marshall. Wasnt nothing special.Jackson continued his remarkable sophomore season, running for four touchdowns and 146 yards, and throwing for 216 yards and a fifth score. Its too early to say Jackson is the best player in the FBS, but he has been the most exciting. He accelerates through the line of scrimmage like a human Tesla. Takes the corners pretty well, too.The only flaw in Jacksons game might be his abilities of assessment. Not only because he didnt judge this win as historic, mind-blowing, or even special. No, because Jackson graded his performance as a D.I threw an interception, he said. I think it was seven incomplete passes I threw. Bad balls.Remind me not to take his class next semester.No one agreed with Jackson, especially not Michael Vick, who tweeted after the game that Jackson is 5x better than what I was at V-Tech....Enough said!! Vick, remember, took Virginia Tech to the BCS Championship Game in 1999.It means a lot. Thats my favorite player, Jackson said. Coming from him? I was amazed when they told me in the locker room. I was happy.Older, wiser Cardinals understood that this victory, even in mid-September, meant something. They remember blowing leads to Florida State the past two years. They remember starting last season 0-3. Dont forget: This is only Louisvilles third season in the ACC.We look at the start of the season and we know that everything has to go through Florida State and Clemson, coach Bobby Petrino said. ... I cant tell you how proud I am of our players and our assistant coaches. Our assistant coaches have been working on this game for a long time -- since last winter. I think their hard work and dedication really showed up.Louisville, wearing red helmets for the first time in decades, took control of the game from the opening drive. So what was your favorite moment of dominance? Was it Jacksons final touchdown, a 47-yard run on the second play of the fourth quarter in which he burst through the line, broke free safety A.J. Westbrooks ankles and blew through corner Marquez Whites tackle attempt at the goal line?Was it Seminoles quarterbacck Deondre Francois?final pass of the game, which Louisville safety Chucky Williams intercepted and returned 36 yards to the Florida State 10? Francois had only two more completions (seven) than he was sacked (five), not to mention the other hits he endured.dddddddddddd The Florida State offensive line didnt do much better for tailback Dalvin Cook, who had some of the greatest four-to-eight-yard carries that any back has ever run. He finished with 54 yards on 16 carries.Was it Jaire Alexanders 69-yard punt return for a touchdown on the fourth play of the second half, the score that pretty much guaranteed that Florida State wouldnt come back here the way it did in Orlando from 22 points down against Ole Miss?Jameis Winston wasnt in Louisville to give a halftime speech. The Tampa Bay Bucs left Friday evening for their game Sunday at Arizona. If anyone told the Seminoles at halftime that they are dogs, not puppies, they didnt listen. But head coach Jimbo Fisher could have brought in Sir Winston Churchill to give his We shall never surrender speech and it wouldnt have mattered.Even though 63 is the most points Florida State has ever given up, this was not the worst loss in its history. There was that 49-0 loss to Florida in 1973. It wasnt even the most humiliating loss for a second-ranked team in Seminoles history, an distinction that might be perpetually reserved for the season-opening 31-0 loss to No. 1 Miami in 1988.But it was bad. And it was humiliating, from the scoreboard to the most elementary lapses. Late in the third quarter, with the Cardinals on the Seminoles 1, Florida State defensive end Brian Burns sprinted onto the field after both units already had lined up. He was a few steps too late to get involved. With only 10 defenders in formation, Louisville running back Jeremy Smith all but trotted into the end zone. Burns dropped his head and he turned back toward the sidelines.Guys, Im not going to panic, Fisher said. Im going to look at it, get better, and move on. We are going to do the same things we do every week. There is no reason to panic.Thats the attitude that Fisher should have. And when Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich said, I didnt think anybody could ever come out and dominate Florida State that way, that sounded exactly right, too.Its often difficult in early season games to calibrate performances. Is the winner that good or the loser that bad? But now that Louisville and Florida State have played three games, one-quarter of their schedules, its clear that this is merely a case of identity theft. The Cardinals are the top-10 team; the Seminoles are the wannabes. While it might be too soon to speak of torches passed -- Louisville must play at No. 5 Clemson in two weeks -- we certainly can speak of Seminoles passed. ' ' '

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