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CHICAGO -- Detroit Tigers general manager Al Avila believes his current roster is good enough to reach the postseason and anticipates standing pat at the Aug. 1 trade deadline.Avila also praised manager Brad Ausmus on Saturday, but said any talk on picking up his option for 2017 or a possible longer extension wont be made until the end of the season.This is a team that can get us into the playoffs, Avila said from the dugout before the Tigers faced the White Sox. We just have to get the guys back that are injured. Weve got to stay healthy and weve got to be more consistent. I believe this team has the capability to do that, and we have a great manager to lead the way.In his third season, Ausmus was 215-205 heading into Saturday. Avila dismissed talk that the former big league catcher was a lame-duck manager because his initial three-year deal runs out at the end of the season. Theres a team option for a fourth year.Im not saying hes got to win to get the contract for the future years, but that `lame-duck tag is non-existent in baseball, Avila said.I think hes managed our bullpen tremendously this year, the GM added. You can go back and criticize maybe one or two games and question something, but theres always a reason. . Hes kept our bullpen fresh.Detroit entered Saturday 51-46, six games behind AL Central-leading Cleveland and within 2 1/2 games of Toronto for the final wild card spot despite being without starting pitchers Jordan Zimmerman (next strain) and Daniel Norris (oblique strain).Both pitchers have begun minor league rehab stints. And outfielder J.D. Martinez has taken batting practice this weekend and is expected to return early next month.Those are going to be our major acquisitions, Avila said. Theres nobody out there better than Jordan Zimmerman if he comes back healthy. Obviously, J.D. Martinez and then Daniel Norris.I dont see us adding another starting pitcher or reliever at this point.Avila said it was unlikely the Tigers would become sellers at the deadline, barring a long losing streak. A year ago, then-GM Dave Dombrowski ended up trading ace David Price and slugger Yoenis Cespedes.Two very attractive guys can also push you into the mode of saying we can get a nice return, Avila said. We dont have that this year in those kind of guys, those kind of contracts.So Avila said while their intention to stay put isnt sexy, its the best way to handle a team looking to get back to the playoffs after a one-year absence.We have one of the highest payrolls in baseball and we put this team together in the wintertime thinking this team is whats going to compete and get us in the playoffs, Avila said. And were going to stay that course. Authentic Jerseys From China . Pirlo limped out of Sundays 1-0 win over Udinese after just 13 minutes. 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(STATS) -- At risk of losing against an FBS opponent, top-ranked North Dakota State delivered the signature win among FCS teams on Saturday.Many other teams in the STATS FCS Top 25 found the day more upsetting.Ten ranked teams, from No. 2 Richmond on down, lost games on a wild day of action. Three of them were Top 10 squads from the Missouri Valley Football Conference -- No. 5 Illinois State, No. 9 South Dakota State and No. 10 Northern Iowa -- and the list also included No. 11 James Madison, No. 14 McNeese, No. 17 Coastal Carolina, No. 18 North Carolina A&T, No. 19 Portland State and No. 22 New Hampshire.North Dakota States juggernaut kept the bar high by beating FBS No. 13 Iowa 23-21 in Iowa City on Cam Pedersens game-ending 37-yard field goal. It was the Bisons sixth straight win over a bowl subdivision opponent since 2010.You cant tell anybody in our locker room were not good enough to beat anybody. Thats the heart of a champion, said NDSU coach Chris Klieman, a native of Waterloo, Iowa, and a graduate of Northern Iowa.Richmond was no match on the road at Stony Brook, falling 42-14 as Stacey Bedell rushed for 100 yards and four touchdowns. The Seawolves helped overcome Spiders quarterback Kyle Laulettas 411 passing yards with three interceptions.Our coaches stressed all week that this was going to a boxing match, Stony Brook defensive back Tyrice Beverette said. They were going to throw punches and we needed to throw punches back. Thats what we did. We showed them (Richmond) that we can respond to adversity. We came together as a team and capitalized on their mistakes to come away with a victory.---=STATS FCS TOP 25=No. 1 North Dakota State (3-0) 23, Iowa (2-1) 21NDSU matched James Madisons 21-16 win over No. 13 Virginia Tech in 2010 to mark the second-highest FBS team to lose to an FCS team. Appalachian State stunned No. 5 Michigan 34-32 to open the 2007 season.The Missouri Valley power imposed its will by possessing the ball for 36 minutes, 40 seconds and outgaining the Hawkeyes 363-231. Running back King Frazier carried the ball 16 times for 99 yards and a touchdown.---=Stony Brook (2-1, 1-0 CAA) 42, No. 2 Richmond (2-1, 0-1) 14Stony Brook beat a ranked team for the second time this season. Sherman Alston Jr. went 96 yards for a touchdown on the opening kickoff of the second half to increase the Seawolves lead to 28-14.Bedell scored on runs of 2, 49, 1 and 8.---=No. 3 Sam Houston State (2-0, 1-0 Southland) 44, Lamar (0-3, 0-1) 31Jeremiah Briscoe threw three touchdowns in the first half as Sam Houston built a 30-3 lead. He finished 24 of 35 for 328 yards with two interceptions.Corey Avery had 136 yards and a touchdown on the ground with a scoring reception as well.Lamar All-American Kade Harrington needed 25 carries to gain 76 yards.---=No. 4 Jacksonville State (2-1) 27, No. 17 Coastal Carolina (2-1) 26A crowd of 18,892 at Burgess-Snow Field saw five lead changes, with Jacksonville State overcoming a 26-20 deficit after quarterback Eli Jenkins capped an 87-yard drive with a 14-yard touchdown run and Cade Stinnett added the extra point with 6:44 left. Jenkins finished with 359 total yards (248 passing, 111 rushing) and also passed for two touchdowns.JSU outrushed Coastal 286-42, led by Roc Thomas 144 yards on 25 carries. Chanticleers All-American DeAngelo Henderson was held to 48 yards on 20 carries, although he scored a touchdown for his Division I-record 29th straight game. They used four quarterbacks following a second-quarter injury to starter Josh Stilley.---=Eastern Illinois (2-1) 24, No. 5 Illinois State (2-1) 21In the 105th meeting between intrastate rivals, Eastern Illinois forced three turnovers while upsetting a top-five opponent for the first time since beating Nov. 1 Northern Iowa on Nov. 7, 1992. .Mitch Kimble threw for two touchdowns and Devin Church rushed for a 30-yard score. Illinois State quarterback Jake Kolbe accounted for 332 total yards and three touchdowns, but committed two turnovers.---=No. 6 Chattanooga (3-0, 1-0 Southern) 21, Furman (0-3, 0-2) 14The visiting Mocs began pursuit of a fourth straight Southern Conference title by building a 21-0 lead and holding on in the fourth quarter. Coming off two shutouts, they went the first 171 minutes, 51 seconds of the season without allowing a point.Quarterback Alejandro Bennifield had a touchdown run and pass and linebacker Nakevion Leslie had 15 tackles, including 1.5 for loss, with three pass breakups.---=No. 8 Eastern Washingtoon (2-1) 34, No.dddddddddddd 10 Northern Iowa (1-2) 30Eastern Washington overcame a 24-7 halftime deficit behind quarterback Reilly Hennesseys three touchdown passes after he entered the game in the third quarter. His 23-yarder to Beau Byus on a fake field goal with 43 seconds left lifted the Eagles from a 30-28 deficit.Antione Custer Jr.s 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to open the third quarter sparked EWUs rally.UNI quarterback Aaron Bailey had 275 total yards, rushing for two touchdowns.---=Cal Poly (2-1) 38, No. 9 South Dakota State (1-2) 31Joe Protheroes 13-yard touchdown run with 2:28 left capped a 12-play, 84-yard drive by Cal Poly and snapped a 31-31 tie. The junior fullback finished with 217 yards and two touchdowns on 30 carries, sparking a Mustangs rushing attack that had 440 yards on 7.5 yards per carry.SDSUs Jake Wieneke caught nine passes for 114 yards and three touchdowns. He has eight scoring catches through three games.---=North Carolina (2-1) 56, No. 11 James Madison (2-1) 28The visiting Dukes took a 21-14 lead after one quarter, but managed only seven more points. Khalid Abdullah had 18 carries for 116 yards and two touchdowns.---=Stephen F. Austin (2-1, 1-0 Southland) 31, No. 14 McNeese (1-2, 0-1) 28McNeese didnt fall in the regular season last year, but the Cowboys have two losses already following their Southland Conference opener. Lumberjacks quarterback Zach Conque had three total touchdowns in the upset, although the game-winner was scored on backup Hunter Taylors 4-yard pass to Tamrick Pace early in the fourth quarter.James Tabary threw for four touchdowns in defeat, two each to Darious Crawley and Kent Shelby.---=No. 13 William & Mary (2-1) 35, Norfolk State (1-2) 10Albert Funderburke (13 carries, 137 yards, three touchdowns) and Jonathan Dunn (18-89-2) led the way in William & Marys home opener.---=No. 15 The Citadel (3-0) 31, Gardner-Webb (1-2) 24Reggie Williams (112) and quarterback Dominique Allen (108) surpassed 100 rushing yards each in The Citadels 419-yard ground assault. Allens 1-yard run with 2:51 to play erased Gardner-Webbs 24-21 lead.---=Tulsa (2-1) 58, No. 18 North Carolina A&T (2-1) 21The visiting Aggies didnt threaten to make it two straight wins over the FBS as they fell behind 48-0 by halftime. Quarterback Lamar Raynard passed for a touchdown and rushed for another in the loss.---=Washington (3-0) 41, No. 19 Portland State (1-2) 3The Vikings gained only 182 yards and committed four turnovers in the loss -- giving them 11 through three games.Jonathan Gonzales 26-yard field goal in the third quarter accounted for their only points.---=No. 20 Youngstown State (2-1) 38, Robert Morris (0-3) 6Martin Ruiz carried the ball 16 times for 165 yards and two touchdowns, and caught a 21-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Trent Hosick. Seven different Penguins had one sack each, which dropped Robert Morris net rushing yards to minus-13.---=No. 21 Villanova (2-1, 1-0 CAA) 40, Towson (1-2, 0-1) 21Villanova sophomore Zack Bednarczyk was 20 of 26 for 230 yards and three touchdowns, while Javon White rushed for two scores and Taurus Phillips caught a pair. The win was coach Andy Talleys conference-record 137th in CAA games.---=Dartmouth (1-0) 22, No. 22 New Hampshire (1-2) 21Dartmouth ended a 13-game losing streak to rival UNH with 15 unanswered points in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Jack Heneghan threw a 1-yard TD pass to wide receiver Charles Mack with 1:40 remaining to erase a 21-16 deficit.UNH linebacker Jared Kuehl had a 61-yard interception return for a touchdown---=No. 23 Colgate (1-1) 55, Yale (0-1) 13Jake Melville passed for 315 yards and a career-high five touchdowns, including two to sophomore tight end Nick Martinsen. The Raiders outgained Ivy League-opening Yale 558-188 and had four interceptions.---=No. 24 Northern Arizona (1-2) 73, New Mexico Highlands (0-3) 3Sophomore Case Cookus threw for seven touchdowns and junior Emmanuel Butler caught five of them. Cookus finished 14 of 25 for 296 yards. 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