(STATS) -- Quickness, power and athleticism link the seven nominees to the STATS FCS Buck Buchanan Award Watch List on Wednesday.All upperclassmen, theyve enjoyed exceptional seasons while disrupting offenses on a weekly basis.The nominees for the Buchanan Award, which honors the FCS defensive player of the year:---=Darien Anderson, Alcorn State, LB, Sr., 6-1, 240, MiamiQuarterbacks in the SWAC must be getting tired of seeing Anderson in their backfield. He ranks among the conference and FCS leaders in tackles for loss (15) and sacks (8.5) this season. … Totaled 12 tackles with four sacks against Grambling State and 13 tackles -- four for loss -- and 1 1/2 sacks against Texas Southern. … Utilizes a fast, aggressive style and lets his playmaking do his talking in a low-key style. Helped Alcorn State win back-to-back SWAC championships in 2014 and 15. Led the Braves in tackles as a junior.---=Christopher Beaschler, Dayton, LB, R-Sr., 6-1, 226, Ada, OhioBeaschler is as accomplished off the field as he is on it. The mechanical engineering major is one of 12 finalists for the William V. Campbell Trophy, the Academic Heisman which recognizes the best football scholar-athlete in the nation. Hes already a three-time Academic All-American. … On the field, he ranks in the top five in career tackles among active FCS players. … Helped lead Dayton to the 2015 Pioneer Football League title and its first berth in the FCS playoffs with 112 tackles. Two-time captain, only the sixth player in Dayton history to accomplish it. … Beaschlers father, Ron, is the head wrestling coach at Ohio Northern University.---=Winston Craig, Richmond, DT, Sr., 6-4, 290, Greensboro, North CarolinaA 290-pound defensive lineman isnt recognized often for athleticism, but Craig is agile and mobile enough to stand up from a three-point stance and position himself as a linebacker. His versatility reflects why the senior is tied for the CAA Football lead in sacks (7.5) despite playing on the interior of the line. … He draws double-teams, but uses his athleticism to dominate games. Has more sacks as a senior than in his first three seasons combined. … Helped the Spiders to a share of the 2015 CAA title and a playoff run that reached the national semifinals.---=Garrett Dolan, Houston Baptist, LB, Jr., 6-2, 240, Mont Belvieu, TexasAs Houston Baptist grows its young program, Dolan has been a building block. He led the team in tackles in each of his first two seasons and is leading the FCS with 114 in 2016. Double-digit games are a staple with the junior, whom coach Vic Shealy describes as a classic linebacker. … Opened the 2016 season by tying his school-record with 18 tackles against Central Arkansas in a Southland Conference game. … Finished his sophomore season ranked 11th in the FCS in tackles per game. … His older brother, Jared, and three uncles also played in the Southland Conference.---=Chad Geter, Gardner-Webb, LB, R-Sr., 6-2, 253, Irmo, South CarolinaNamed to the 2016 STATS Preseason All-America third team, Geter has posted a dominant final season with the Runnin Bulldogs. He bulked up in the offseason, but maintained his speed and agility, and has gone over 100 tackles for the first time. … Had 10 tackles in Gardner-Webbs 17-10 upset of Charleston Southern on Nov. 5. … Led the team in tackles in 2015 (92) while being named to the All-Big South Conference first team. Missed the final nine games in 2014 and gained a medical redshirt. … Converted safety has NFL size to play at outside linebacker.---=Cole Reyes, North Dakota, S, R-Jr., 6-2, 215, Schaumburg, IllinoisJumped into the starting lineup as a redshirt freshman in 2014 and hasnt looked back, consistently being one of the stalwarts of a North Dakota defense that has been among the Big Sky Conferences best during his career. … Returned from a two-game absence because of injury on Oct. 29 to total eight tackles and two second-half interceptions in a win over Weber State, earning his second Big Sky defensive player of the week award of the season. … A gritty playmaker, he is a hard-hitting safety. Was second on the team in tackles as a sophomore, including 10 against FCS national champion North Dakota State.---=Alex Scearce, Coastal Carolina, LB, Sr., 6-3, 220, Huntersville, North CarolinaAs Coastal Carolina departs the FCS level, Scearce is having a dominant senior season. He has seven takeaways (five interceptions and two fumble recoveries) and returned three of them for touchdowns, including two in one game. Hes also forced two fumbles, one which was recovered for a touchdown … Originally recruited as a wide receiver, he has excellent hands on defense, and hes versatile on the pass rush or dropping back into pass coverage. Also lauded for his leadership and work ethic. … On his way to leading the Chanticleers in tackles (63) for the second consecutive season. He had 79 stops as a junior.---=The Buck Buchanan Award Watch List also includes:Defensive ends: Pat Afriyie of Colgate, Andrew Ankrah of James Madison, Keionta Davis of Chattanooga, Anthony Ellis of Charleston Southern, P.J. Hall of Sam Houston State, Darius Jackson of Jacksonville State, Javancy Jones of Jackson State, Caleb Kidder of Montana, Tanoh Kpassagnon of Villanova, Greg Menard of North Dakota State, Ebenezer Ogundeko of Tennessee State, Derek Rivers of Youngstown State and Karter Schult of Northern Iowa;Linebackers: Kourtney Berry of Alabama State, Dylan Cole of Missouri State, Nick DeLuca of North Dakota State, Christian Kuntz of Duquesne; Darius Leonard of South Carolina State, Folarin Orimolade of Dartmouth and James Rentz of Sacred Heart;Cornerbacks Casey DeAndrade of New Hampshire and Dee Delaney of The Citadel;Safeties: Mike Basile of Monmouth, Lorenzo Jerome of Saint Francis, David Jones of Richmond and Donald Payne of Stetson.A national panel of over 150 sports information and media relations directors, broadcasters, writers and other dignitaries will select the STATS FCS Buck Buchanan Award following the regular season. Also this season, STATS will present the Walter Payton Award (FCS offensive player of the year), the Jerry Rice Award (FCS freshman player of the year), the Eddie Robinson Award (FCS coach of the year) and the Doris Robinson FCS Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Wholesale Fake Shoes . Denis Coderre, the former federal MP who was elected mayor on Nov. 3, has drawn the ire of some Montreal Canadiens. During last nights game he tweeted: "Hello? Can we get a one-way ticket to (minor-league) Hamilton for David Desharnais please. Wholesake Fake Nike Air Force 1 . It was Kerbers third final of the year after losing to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia in Monterrey in April and to Petra Kvitova of Czech Republic in Tokyo two weeks ago. The 10th-ranked German improved her record in finals to 3-5. https://www.fakeshoes.net/ . Emery skated the length of the ice and fought an unwilling Holtby during the third period of the Flyers 7-0 loss Friday night in Philadelphia. He was given 29 penalty minutes, including a game misconduct. But Emery did not face even a disciplinary hearing with NHL senior vice president of player safety Brendan Shanahan because rules 46. Fake Shoes . -- Gus Malzahn finally had his day in Fayetteville. Fake Yeezy . -- Team after team passed on Andre Ellington in the draft. NEW YORK -- Carmelo Anthony wasnt making enough shots and the Brooklyn Nets werent missing many.Once that changed, the Knicks had an easy time in the first matchup this season between the New York rivals.Anthony scored 14 of his 22 points in the third quarter and Kristaps Porzingis added 21 in the Knicks 110-96 victory Wednesday night.Rookie center Willy Hernangomez had a season-best 14 points, Derrick Rose also scored 14 and New York climbed out of a 14-point hole by holding the Nets to 27.5 percent shooting in the second half.Our bench guys were great, Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek said. They came in there, brought the energy, Melo got hot there in that third quarter and was rolling, so great second half for our guys to see what putting pressure and getting after it defensively can do for your team.Brook Lopez and Justin Hamilton each scored 21 points for the Nets, who wilted on the second night of back-to-back games after a strong first half. Normally a good fourth-quarter team, they were outscored 38-25 while struggling to run their offense without an experienced NBA point guard.New York, which came in allowing 109.8 points per game to rank 26th in the league, had more problems on that end in the first half but dominated the second.And the Knicks got strong performances off their bench, with Brandon Jennings posting 11 assists and Hernangomez shooting 6 for 7.The Nets, who set season highs for points and shooting percentage (55.3 percent) in their 119-110 victory over Minnesota on Tuesday, shot 55 percent in the first half and led 55-50.Then Anthony, just 3 for 11 at halftime, had a baseline drive with the Knicks down nine and then turned to his jumper. He made five of them and then a pair of free throws, putting up 14 points in the final 5 minutes to give the Knicks a 72-71 lead.But even after that stretch it was a one-point game, Nets coach Kenny Atkinson said. Then I felt like the real difference was again their bench coming in and just took us out of our stufff.ddddddddddddHernangomez provided a spark before Porzingis made a pair of 3-pointers and threw down a dunk while getting fouled as the lead grew to 92-78.Melo got it going. He probably had like 10 or 12 straight at one point, so that kind of just enlightened the whole team, Jennings said. And then we were just taking care of the defensive end and then just finding KP coming down for transition 3s and then he got an and-1 dunk, so we were just clicking tonight.TIP-INSNets: Brooklyn opened a five-game trip by falling to 0-3 on the road. ... Sean Kilpatrick made his first career start in his 43rd game. He came in averaging 16.6 points, tops among reserves.Knicks: New York improved to 93-91 against the Nets. Brooklyn had won six of eight meetings over the previous two seasons.POINT GUARD PROBLEMSBrooklyn rookie Isaiah Whitehead, who had been starting at point guard with Jeremy Lin sidelined by a strained left hamstring, was placed in the concussion protocol, a night after hitting his head on the court. He finished that game but had a headache and experienced symptoms Wednesday. He will be out until he is symptom free and has passed the NBAs protocols. The Nets also waived point guard Greivis Vasquez, who struggled to recover from ankle problems, and recalled Yogi Ferrell from their NBA Development League team to make his NBA debut.HIT THE ROADThe Nets only had to go about 5 miles to start this road trip, and they have an even shorter segment during it. They play a back-to-back in the same building, facing the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday and the Lakers the next night in Staples Center.UP NEXTNets: Visit Phoenix on Saturday to start the Western Conference portion of their trip.Knicks: Visit Boston on Friday to start a tough road back-to-back against the top teams in their division. They visit reigning Atlantic champion Toronto on Saturday. ' ' '