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Stony Brook takes down New Hampshire 65-49

Stony Brook takes down New Hampshire 65-49

STONY BROOK, N.Y. (AP) Jameel Warney scored 18 points on 7-of-8 shooting from the field to lead Stony Brook to a 65-49 victory over New Hampshire in an America East Conference game on Saturday.

Tommy Brenton pulled down 12 rebounds and had five points and five assists, and Anthony Jackson, Carson Puriefoy and Marcus Rouse scored nine points apiece for the Seawolves (10-4, 1-0). Stony Brook's bench outscored New Hampshire's 27-6.

The Seahawks have won 11 consecutive conference games at home.

Chandler Rhoads led the Wildcats (4-10, 0-2) with 14 points and seven rebounds, and Patrick Konan scored 11 points. It was New Hampshire's fifth consecutive loss, including eight in a row away from home.

Stony Brook shot 42.3 percent from the field (22 of 52) to New Hampshire's 30.8 percent (16 of 52), and the Wildcats were on the wrong side of the turnover ledger 13-8.

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'I Am the Prospect': One big-time skill could get Maryland's Darnell Savage all the way into the NFL Draft's first round

'I Am the Prospect': One big-time skill could get Maryland's Darnell Savage all the way into the NFL Draft's first round

Darnell Savage is the third NFL draft prospect profiled in our series ‘I Am the Prospect’. Download the MyTeams App for all three features.

As the NFL morphs into a pass-first sport, the importance of a hard-hitting safety with enough speed to cover the deep middle grows each year. 

Maryland’s Darnell Savage Jr. hits every part of that description. 

Haven’t heard of Savage? The league has. 

NFL Network Draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah said that as the selection process grows closer Savage is emerging as a possible first round pick. Pro Football Focus listed Savage as the second-best safety prospect in the 2019 draft class. 

Savage’s greatest strength is his versatility. He can play both safety spots, and plenty of NFL talent evaluators also see him being able to play slot corner. 

Speed helps. Savage ran a 4.36 40-yard-dash. 

Measurables like that paired with a second-team All-Big Ten performance last season means Savage certainly doesn’t make it to Saturday of the draft. And he might make it all the way to Thursday. 

The Redskins can absolutely use a player like Savage. But a player like Savage might not make it to the Redskins' second round pick. 

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Baltimore Ravens Roundup: Steve Bisciotti donates $100,000 to rebuilding historically black churches

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Baltimore Ravens Roundup: Steve Bisciotti donates $100,000 to rebuilding historically black churches

One more week of the NFL offseason in the books. Here's the latest Baltimore Ravens news.

Player/Team Notes:

1. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti donated $100,000 to help rebuilding efforts for three historically black churches in the Louisiana area that recently burned down by an alleged arsonists. An effort led by former tight end Benjamin Watson, Bisciotti reached out to him Sunday committing his donation. 

2. The GOAT gene has transferred from Justin Tucker to his son, Easton. The kicker posted a video on his Instagram Thursday of the little guy kicking a (mini) field goal right down the middle, just like his dad. 

Looking Ahead:

April 19: Deadline for restricted free agents to sign offer sheets

April 25-27: 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville, Tn.

May 3-6 or May 10-13: Potential three-day rookie mini camp

The 2019 NFL schedule is set!  See the Baltimore Ravens defend the AFC North at M&T Bank Stadium this season. Get your tickets now at www.BaltimoreRavens.com/tickets.

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