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Bishoo snares five for 79 as Windies turn tables on Zimbabwe

first_imgWEST INDIES 1st innings 219Zimbabwet innings(overnight 19 without loss)H Masakadza c wkp Dowrich b Bishoo 42S Mire c Brathwaite b Roach 27C Ervine lbw b Bishoo 39B Taylor c Blackwood b Bishoo 1S Williams c wkp Dowrich b Roach 7Sikandar Raza c Gabriel b Bishoo 6M Waller b Holder 11+R Chakabva c Chase b Bishoo 12*A Cremer b Holder 0K Jarvis not out 2C Mpofu c wkp Dowrich b Gabriel 10Extras (lb2) 2TOTAL (all out, 61.3 overs) 159Fall of wickets: 1-44, 2-91, 3-93, 4-110, 5-123, 6-133, 7-139, 8-147, 9-147, 10-159.Bowling: Gabriel 11.3-4-24-1, Holder 14-5-25-2, Bishoo 24-4-79-5, Chase 1-0-6-0, Roach 11-5-23-2.WEST INDIES 2nd inningsK Brathwaite not out 35K Powell b Cremer 17K Hope not out 32Extras (b1) 1TOTAL (1 wkt, 33 overs) 88Fall of wicket: 1-25.Bowling: Jarvis 5-1-6-0, Mpofu 3-0-12-0, Williams 10-2-19-0, Cremer 9-1-36-1, Sikandar Raza 6-1-14-0.Position: West Indies lead by 148 runs with nine second innings wickets intact. BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe, (CMC) – Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo’s fourth five-wicket haul in Tests handed West Indies a precious 60-run first innings lead, and the Caribbean side then batted themselves into control of the opening Test against Zimbabwe on the second day here Sunday.Exploiting the turning pitch at Queens Sports Club, the 31-year-old picked up five for 79 as Zimbabwe, responding to West Indies’ disappointing 219, were restricted to a paltry 159 in their first innings.Pacers Kemar Roach (2-23) and Jason Holder (2-25) both supported with two wickets apiece to ensure there was no revival by the hosts.Opener Hamilton Masakadza top-scored with 42, Craig Ervine got 39 and Solomon Mire chipped in with 27, but the hosts lost their way from their lunch time position of 101 three – their last seven wickets tumbling for a mere 58 runs.Left-hander Kieran Powell then fell cheaply for 17 as West Indies stumbled slightly at the start but opener Kraigg Brathwaite, who ended 38 not out and Kyle Hope, unbeaten on 32, guided the visitors to the close on 88 for one, courtesy of an unbroken 63-run, second wicket partnership.Brathwaite has so far consumed 99 deliveries and struck a four and a six while Hope has counted four boundaries in a 65-ball innings.The partnership was crucial as it takes West Indies into the third day of the fast-moving Test, 148 runs to the good.Having endured the worst of the exchanges on Saturday’s day one, the Windies were keen on finding early breakthroughs and managed one in the first hour, after Zimbabwe resumed on 19 without loss.Masakadza put on 44 for the first wicket with debutant Mire who faced 36 balls and counted four fours and a six before gifting his wicket by tugging Roach to Brathwaite at mid-wicket, half-hour into the day’s play.Zimbabwe consolidated well as Masakadza and Ervine staged a 47-run, second wicket partnership which denied the Windies any further immediate succcess.The right-handed Masakadza faced 78 balls and struck four fours and a six while the left-handed Ervine gathered five boundaries in an 89-ball knock.Masakadza was positive from the outset, with a couple of boundaries off Roach and pacer Shannon Gabriel early in the day, and greeted the introduction of Bishoo with a heave over the ropes at long-on.But with lunch beckoning, he feathered a defensive push at Bishoo through to wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich to depart at 91 for two.West Indies then made a key strike 14 balls later when new batsman Brendan Taylor (1) bungled a reverse sweep at Bishoo and was taken by Jermaine Blackwood moving around at slip, leaving Zimbabwe stuttering at the interval.Much depended on Ervine – unbeaten on 27 at lunch – and he managed to survive the first hour afterwards before falling to the first ball following the drinks break, missing a sweep at Bishoo and going lbw.He was the third wicket to fall in the session with Sean Williams, on two at the break, adding five before being caught at the wicket off Roach and Sikandar Raza (6) holing out to deep mid-off off Bishoo.Tottering on 133 for six, there was no way back for the hosts as they lost their last four wickets for 20 runs in quick time.Malcolm Waller was bowled for 11 after missing a defensive prod at Holder and losing his middle stump, and wicketkeeper Regis Chakabva (12) gave Bishoo his fifth wicket when he got into a tangle, attempting to pull out of a cut, and offered a simple catch to Roston Chase at point.Captain Graeme Cremer played on to Holder without scoring and Gabriel disposed of last man Chris Mpofu for 10, to end the innings at tea.Left with a session to navigate, the Windies’ only setback came when Powell missed one from Cremer and lost his off-stump at 25 for one, after striking a four and a six off 34 balls.Hope survived a chance to short leg off Cremer before he had scored but then got off the mark with a rasping drive through mid-on off in the bowler’s next over, en route to his highest Test score in eight innings.last_img read more

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Bulls’ 4th-year starter Daniels on verge of breaking records

first_imgB.J. Daniels has piled up impressive statistics over the last three years at South Florida. The dual-threat quarterback has thrown for 6,339 yards and 38 touchdowns while rushing for 1,634 yards and 20 touchdowns in 33 starts.His numbers to this point place him well within his reach of the all-time Big East total offense record of 10,875 yards set by former Bulls quarterback Matt Grothe. Daniels enters the 2012 season only 2,883 yards behind Grothe.Last year, Daniels finished with 3,186 total yards.“B.J. Daniels is a great player,” South Florida head coach Skip Holtz said in the Big East teleconference Monday. “But what I think B.J. has done a fantastic job of is developing mentally, as a quarterback. I’m seeing that relate to his confidence, which is relating to his leadership ability and leadership style. He’s being much more vocal than he has been in years past.”South Florida endured a rough season in 2011, fading to a 5-7 record and going just 1-6 in Big East play. But a year later, they find themselves right back in the heat of Big East title consideration, with many predicting a quick turnaround for the program. South Florida is picked No. 2 in the Big East preseason media poll, and Daniels is a big reason why.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe redshirt senior is poised to lead the Bulls as they aim to return to a bowl and compete for the Big East title. After opening the season 4-0, USF lost seven of its final eight games to finish with a losing record.The Bulls didn’t fail in 2011 due to a lack of competitiveness. South Florida lost four conference games by six points or less, along with a three-point loss to Miami (Fla.). The Bulls are confident that attention to detail can turn last year’s losses into victories this year.“(It’s about) doing the little things,” Daniels said at the team’s media day. “Last year, we got complacent. Starting out as hot as we did … we let the little things go.”South Florida has an abundance of returning talent around Daniels.USF’s top six receivers from 2011 are back, including wide receiver Sterling Griffin, who had 530 yards receiving in only eight appearances last season. Three starting offensive linemen and senior running back Demetris Murray, who had eight rushing touchdowns in 2011, give Daniels a veteran group to work with.Offensive depth is something the Bulls have lacked in prior years, Holtz said.“We have started fast,” Holtz said in the teleconference. “We’ve had some big wins. But the biggest thing, to me, is that I don’t think we’ve had the depth to withstand the injuries that you go through during a 12-game season. … I don’t think we’ve had the depth to have the quality team that we all want to have.”With the offensive-minded Holtz in his third year at the helm, the Bulls offensive setup has plenty of stability. Continuity breeds consistency, keeping players from having to relearn the playbook, or new signals and calls.It all goes back to Daniels, the fourth-year starter chasing conference history. Preparing to begin his final season at the helm, he’s ready to put his acquired knowledge into practice.“The game is just slowing down for me,” Daniels said. “I’m starting to see things, and looking at different levels. Not just understanding what I need to do, but understanding how to do it, and how to take advantage of the defense.”Arguably just as important as Daniels’ skill and versatility is his leadership and commitment to his teammates. And as Holtz said, Daniels has evolved into a team leader.With so many returning offensive weapons, the camaraderie throughout the team can serve as a catalyst for success. Daniels enjoys being around his teammates, and he is excited for everyone on offense to help each other in the coming weeks.“Right now, I want to make sure that I’m doing the things I’m supposed to do,” Daniels said. “Being a leader on and off the field, helping out the younger guys with plays, and different things like that.“Personally, it’s not about me. It’s about this team.”Game of the week:Kentucky at Louisville, Sept. 2, 3:30 p.m.Heading into the season ranked No. 1 in the Big East preseason media poll, the Cardinals find themselves in unfamiliar territory, shouldered with great expectations for the season. Sophomore quarterback Teddy Bridgewater returns for Louisville, along with a host of offensive and defensive veterans.Squaring off against an in-state rival and Southeastern Conference opponent, will the Cardinals rise to the challenge and make a definitive statement that they deserve the preseason praise? Or, will they fall short, leading to questions regarding the top of the Big East this season? Besides Syracuse, the Cardinals are the only Big East team to face a BCS conference team this weekend, and conference eyes will be locked on Louisville.Long time comingWhen Pittsburgh takes the field this Saturday for a matchup with Youngstown State, it will mark a special day in its head coach’s career. After serving more than two decades as an assistant in the college and professional ranks, Paul Chryst has finally earned his opportunity to serve as the head coach.Chryst played quarterback for Wisconsin in the mid-1980s. He proceeded to work in a variety of football-related roles upon graduation, spending time as an assistant in the Canadian Football League before making it to the college ranks, where he served as offensive coordinator at Oregon State and Wisconsin.Chryst also spent time as a tight ends coach in the NFL for the San Diego Chargers. 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