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Sikma's 15 leads Hartford over Marist 56-46

Sikma's 15 leads Hartford over Marist 56-46

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) Nate Sikma scored 15 points to lead Hartford to a 56-46 victory over Marist Saturday.

The Hawks (7-5) also got double-figure scoring from two other starters. Mark Nwakamma scored 14 points and Evan Cooper 11. Jamie Schneck came off the Marist bench to score eight points.

Hartford, which led 26-15 at halftime, outshot Marist decisively from the field. The Hawks hit 22 of 52 shots (42.3 percent). Marist was just 14-47 (29.8 percent) from the floor.

While Hartford was only 3 for 15 on 3-pointers, Marist hit just one of 12 treys. The Red Foxes (4-8) managed to stay in the game at the foul line. They hit 17 of 25 free throws, while Hartford was 9 for 15 at the line.

Marist got within six points just inside two minutes, but no closer.

Chavaughn Lewis led Marist with 16 points. Adam Kemp and Manny Thomas added 10 apiece.

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4 times against the Bills Lamar Jackson showed us why he's the MVP

4 times against the Bills Lamar Jackson showed us why he's the MVP

Lamar Jackson is incredible, and he finds new ways to add to his MVP resume each week.

That continued against the Bills, one of the stingiest defenses in the NFL. It didn't matter for Jackson, who showed off his elusiveness on the ground early and often.

Let's track all the ways Jackson made our jaws drop this week.

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Lamar Jackson embarrasses yet another NFL defender with an incredible juke

Lamar Jackson embarrasses yet another NFL defender with an incredible juke

Lamar Jackson is better at football than most people are at anything.

He proved it once more early in the first quarter against the Bills, breaking two more ankles en route to gaining a first down on the ground.

Bills linebacker Matt Milano, who, it needs to be mentioned, is paid a lot of money to tackle people, completely whiffs on Jackson here. He tackles the air while falling to the ground, and will forever have to watch his attempted tackle on highlight reels.

Lamar Jackson can't stop putting NFL defenders to shame, and we can't stop laughing watching them.

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