Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Pictures Of The Day

A Cats fan shows his support during the Second AFL Elimination Final match between the Geelong Cats and the Fremantle Dockers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 8, 2012 in Melbourne, Australia.(Quinn Rooney/Getty Images AsiaPac)
A fan catches a foul ball hit by Mark Reynolds #12 of the Baltimore Orioles in front of third baseman Alex Rodriguez #13 of the New York Yankees during the second inning at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on September 9, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Rob Carr/Getty Images North America)
Polo player Rob Brockett and his horse Pachu take a tumble in the surf as they practise on the beach ahead of a beach polo event in Newquay, England.  (Matt Cardy/Getty Images Europe)
Clemson went on the attack early and often against Ball State, racking up more than 500 yards of total offense in a comfortable Week 2 victory. Tajh Boyd passed for 229 yards and three touchdowns, running back Andre Ellington (pictured) a rushed for 41 yards and two scores and wideout DeAndre Hopkins made six catches for 105 yards and three touchdowns.  (AP Photo)
Yellow Jackets.  (Todd Kirkland/Icon SMI)
Tabbed as more than 70-point favorites entering the game, Florida State was only able to muster 55 points -- in a game called with 8:59 remaining in the third quarter. Inclement weather shortened the matchup between the Seminoles and the Tigers, but that didn't stop several Florida State standouts from putting up huge numbers. EJ Manuel completed 11-of-13 attempts for 161 passing yards and a touchdown, and Devonta Freeman, Chris Thompson (pictured) and James Wilder Jr. all added rushing scores. Rodney Smith headlined the receiving corps with three catches for 77 yards and a touchdown. (Melina Vastola/US PRESSWIRE)
After edging past Georgia Tech last Monday, Virginia Tech cruised to a much larger margin of victory against Austin Peay. Quarterback Logan Thomas completed 16-of-24 attempts for 220 yards and two touchdowns, and running back Michael Holmes (pictured) scampered for an additional 40 yards and two scores. Ten different Hokie receivers caught passes in the victory. (Peter Casey U.S. Presswire)

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