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LONDON -- Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is facing a long stadium ban after being charged Monday by the English Football Association with improper conduct for head-butting an opposing player during a Premier League match. Pardew has already been sanctioned by Newcastle, accepting a formal warning and a 100,000 pound ($168,000) fine following his confrontation with Hull midfielder David Meyler on Saturday. But any FA punishment could prevent Pardew from attending several matches, rather than just being banned from the touchline. "Due to the serious violent and/or aggressive nature of the reported behaviour this case has been designated as non-standard," the FA said in a statement. Pardew, who has already apologized, has until Thursday evening to respond to the charge. Earlier this season, then-Blackpool manager Paul Ince received a five-match stadium ban from the FA for violently shoving a fourth official in an expletive-laden rant. Pardews confrontation at the KC Stadium happened in the 72nd minute. Meyler initially barged into Pardew as he looked to retrieve the ball for a throw-in. After squaring up to Meyler before moving his head in the direction of the players face, Pardew was sent to the stands. Newcastle beat Hull 4-1. Authentic Jerryd Bayless Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. Authentic Amir Johnson Jersey . 1 Pete Sampras. Speaking ahead of an exhibition match against Andre Agassi in London on March 3, Sampras said on a conference call Wednesday that he is impressed by Federers longevity. http://www.cheap76ersjerseysauthentic.c ... jersey.com) - The Denver Nuggets snapped a losing streak last time out and will try to carry that momentum Saturday night when they welcome the Indiana Pacers to the Pepsi Center. Authentic Darryl Dawkins Jersey .2 million in 2012, according to tax returns the league has submitted. Authentic Dana Barros Jersey . "I could have been equipment manager but nooooo" from Lisa on Ice. Season 6, Episode 8.Oxford, MS (SportsNetwork.com) - Nick Marshall accounted for four touchdowns and Kris Frost forced a critical fumble at the goal line with 1:30 remaining that preserved third-ranked Auburns 35-31 victory over No. 7 Ole Miss, as well as the Tigers chances for a second straight appearance in the national title game. A showdown that was in essence a de facto elimination game for the College Football Playoff saw three lead changes in the final 17 minutes, the last Cameron Artis-Paynes 6-yard run that put Auburn ahead with 10:23 left. There was very nearly a fourth. The Rebels Laquon Treadwell took a slip screen in the red zone and weaved his way toward the goal line with under two minutes to play, but was dragged down from behind by Frost and lost the ball just before crossing the plane. Cassanova McKinzy recovered the fumble for Auburn (7-1, 4-1 SEC), which later held off one last-ditch effort from the Rebels to assuredly keep its spot in the coveted top four of the College Football Playoff rankings. The defending BCS runner-up Tigers entered the colossal matchup third in the first edition of the rankings, with Ole Miss (7-2, 4-2) one place behind in fourth. Treadwell needed to be carted off the field with an apparent left ankle injury on the pivotal play, ending an otherwise sensational night for the sophomore in which he racked up 103 yards and a touchdown on a career-high 10 catches. Bo Wallace added 362 yards and two touchdowns on 28-of-40 passing for the Rebels, but also lost a costly fumble deep in Auburn territory in the fourth quarter that helped send Ole Miss to a second straight loss following a 7-0 start. Marshall completed 15-of-22 attempts for 254 yards and two touchdowns with an interception, and ran for two scores as well to trigger Auburns comeback from a 10-point third-quarter deficit. Artis-Payne had 138 rushing yards on 27 carries, with Sammie Coates accumulating 122 yards and a touchdown on five catches for the Tigers. Wallace also delivered a 3-yard touchdown run on the second play of the fourth quarter that gave Ole Miss a 31-28 edge, but Marshall and Auburn responded by marching 75 yards in nine plays to move back in front. The biggest play came on 3rd-and-9 from the Tigers 26, with Coates coming down with a jump ball down the middle of the field for a 41-yard gain to the Rebels 34. Artis-Payne followed with a 14-yard run on the next snap to get Auburn in the red zone, then crossed the goal line shortly afterward for the eventual winning score. The Rebels got down to the Auburn six on the subsequent possession, with Treadwell extending the drive with a 17-yard grab on 3rd-and-6. However, Wallace had the ball popped loose by Derrick Moncrief while fighting for yardage on a sneak, and Frost pounced on the fumble with 6:31 left to end the threat. Ole Miss began its next series near midfield with 3:22 to go and quickly moved back into scoring range, but Treadwells 19-yard catch-and-run ended in both injury and a turnover that effectively sealed the outcome. The Rebels owned a 17-14 halftime advantage and extended it by capitalizing on excellent field position early in the fourth quarter. After beginning near midfield courtesy of a 20-yard shank by Auburn punter Daniel Carlson, Evan Engram ccaught a short pass from Wallace and shook off a defender before outsprinting the defense for a 50-yard touchdown.dddddddddddd Auburns high-powered offense, held mostly in check during the first half, then unleashed back-to-back scoring drives to shift momentum. A 7-play, 73-yard sequence was highlighted by Marshalls escape of heavy pressure and 41-yard deep strike to Dhaquille Williams on 3rd-and-11. The dual-threat quarterback later finished the trek with a 2-yard plunge that brought the Tigers within three midway through the third quarter. Marshall was a perfect 5-for-5 on Auburns next possession, a clutch 11-play, 96-yard series that concluded in Marcus Davis 17-yard TD catch for a 28-24 Auburn lead. Engrams 29-yard down-the-seam grab on the following drive preceded Wallaces head-first 3-yard dive into the end zone that briefly gave Ole Miss the upper hand. Auburn was able to march down the field with ease on the games opening drive, with Marshall completing his first three throws that included an 18-yard, third-down strike to Williams that put the ball on the Ole Miss 2. Marshall faked a sweep on the following snap and ran in on a designed draw to stake the Tigers to an early 7-0 edge less than three minutes in. The Tigers then proceeded to have four of their next five possessions end in punts, with the lone exception an interception Marshall threw to ball-hawking corner Senquez Golson with Auburn situated in the red zone. Ole Miss put up a pair of touchdowns with the Tigers offense struggling, the first coming on an impressive 11-play, 92-yard jaunt capped by ITavius Mathers 4-yard run on third-and-goal with four minutes left in the opening quarter. Wallace made good on 7-of-8 passes during the lengthy series, with Vince Sanders hauling in three of them for 62 yards. A career-long 59-yard scramble by Wallace down the left sideline set up Ole Miss next score, a 10-yard catch-and-run by Treadwell on a quick screen that put the Rebels up 14-7 with 6:02 left in the second quarter. Marshall pulled Auburn even just over 4 1/2 minutes later with a well-thrown deep ball that Coates snared for a 57-yard touchdown late in the first half. A pass interference call on the Tigers negated a third-down stop during the ensuing drive, and Wallace found Cody Core for a 14-yard gain on the subsequent play to position Gary Wunderlich for a successful 48-yard field goal that sent Ole Miss into the break up 17-14. Game Notes Auburn improved to 9-1 in games decided by eight or less points since the start of last season, with the lone loss coming to Florida State in Januarys BCS title game ... The Rebels entered the game leading the FBS ranks in scoring defense (10.5 ppg) and allowed over 20 points for the first time this season ... Treadwell was one of three Ole Miss players to eclipse 100 receiving yards, with Engram amassing 123 on eight catches and Sanders gaining 105 on seven receptions ... Golsons interception was his ninth this season, one shy of an Ole Miss record set by Bobby Wilson in 1949 ... Since 1970, Auburn is 15-0 against the Rebels when rushing for over 200 yards. The Tigers had 253 on Saturday ... The game marked the first-ever meeting of top-10 teams in Oxford. cheap falcons jerseys cheap ravens jerseys cheap bills jerseys cheap bears jerseys cheap bengals jerseys cheap cowboys jerseys cheap lions jerseys cheap texans jerseys cheap colts jerseys cheap jaguars jerseys cheap chiefs jerseys cheap rams jerseys cheap dolphins jerseys cheap vikings jerseys cheap saints jerseys cheap giants jerseys cheap jets jerseys cheap eagles jerseys cheap steelers jerseys cheap 49ers jerseys ' ' '


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