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WINNIPEG — Mark Scheifele has been looking skyward a bit more often than usual these days.

That’s the byproduct of going six games without finding the back of the net in a season that has featured an abundance of glorious scoring chances.

Very little has seemed usual for Scheifele so far during a campaign that has already included several interruptions — one of which was planned and another that was quite the opposite.

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The planned interruption was sitting out the season opener against the Anaheim Ducks as he served the final game of his suspension for the hit that left Montreal Canadiens forward Jake Evans with a concussion late in Game 1 of the second-round North Division playoff matchup.

After chipping in two assists in a 6-5 overtime loss to the Minnesota Wild in his second game of the season, Scheifele found out he had tested positive for COVID-19.

Though he was fortunate to be asymptomatic, he still missed five games.

Then on Saturday night, late in the third period of the game against the New York Islanders, Scheifele tried to sidestep a check along the boards from defenceman Adam Pelech and was left with an undisclosed lower-body injury that appeared to be a charley horse.

You would forgive Scheifele if there was a sense of deja vu going through his mind, but that’s simply not the way he processes information.

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“Obviously, you never want to have to leave a game and not be able to come back. It’s a pretty crappy feeling,” said Scheifele. “Luckily it wasn’t anything more. It has been a weird start to the year, but that’s life. I’ve been hurt in this league before, I’ve gone through so many experiences and that’s what makes you a better all-around person. You learn from that stuff, you take those tough things that happen in your life and you learn from them and you become a better person from that.

“You’re going to take bumps, you’re going to get bumps and bruises and we’re all tough guys and we can all battle through it. That’s the price you pay for playing a physical sport.”

After skipping Monday’s practice, Scheifele was back on the ice Tuesday morning and suited up against the St. Louis Blues in a game the Jets lost 3-2 in a shootout, leaving them with a record of 6-3-3.

Although he was kept off the scoresheet, Scheifele had another strong outing, finishing with three shots on goal, four shot attempts and several nifty setups as he led all forwards in ice time (22:21).

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Of the 39 saves Blues goalie Jordan Binnington made, his best came with his right pad as he absolutely robbed Scheifele from point-blank range.

It was the type of outing that would have caught the attention of Blues general manager Doug Armstrong, who is also the chief architect of Team Canada’s entry at the 2022 Olympics in Beijing.

The same goes for two impressive hustle plays Scheifele made on the backcheck in Friday’s 5-1 win over the Chicago Blackhawks, preventing potential goals for Dominik Kubalik and Dylan Strome.

“You’ve got to play both ends of the ice. You play against good players and you’ve got to be aware at all times,” said Scheifele. “That’s just the game of hockey. You’ve got to backcheck, you’ve got to forecheck, you’ve got to block shots, you’ve got to take hits and that’s what we’re trying to build on this team.

“Every guy does every little thing and then, the goals and the assists, they come from doing those things. That’s what we want the Winnipeg Jets to be, that team that does it all and every team can do it all. That’s what I try to do every night.”

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Scheifele has been limited to one assist in four games since returning from COVID-19, but he’s also taken on a slightly different role, as the man in the middle between Adam Lowry and longtime linemate Blake Wheeler.

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The trio has been used in a checking-line role against the opposition’s best and Jets head coach Paul Maurice isn’t concerned about the limited offensive production right now.

“For those guys now, they’ll have to produce points at some point because that’s the pressure they’re under. But that can’t be the first thing,” said Maurice. “I look at that line and what do they do for us, and what does it do for the rest of our team?”

If Maurice wanted to try to kick-start that element of Scheifele’s game, he would reunite him with Kyle Connor.

But given how well Connor is meshing with Pierre-Luc Dubois and Evgeny Svechnikov, Maurice doesn’t want to disrupt things, trusting Scheifele will eventually shoot his way out of this mini-drought.

Wheeler isn’t worried either.

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“For the better part of this homestand right there, we’re a little bit snake-bitten right now,” said Wheeler. “We obviously know that producing is a part of our job, but with the amount of chances and quality chances that we’re generating on a nightly basis right now, it’s something we can build off of and start to find the back of the net a little bit more.”

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Wheeler, who is the franchise leader in points, hit another milestone on Tuesday as he chipped in his 700th point for the organization on Connor’s team-leading ninth goal of the season.

The hometown crowd responded with a boisterous ovation when a congratulatory message was posted on the scoreboard during a stoppage in play and the Jets captain rose to his feet on the bench and waved in appreciation.

The significance of the moment was not lost on Wheeler.

“I love these people here. They’ve treated me like gold for 11 years,” said Wheeler, who is up to 810 points in 988 games during his 14 NHL seasons. “I try to give everything I have every time we play in front of this building in front of those people so it means a lot to be appreciated.”

Maurice took some time during his post-game press conference to discuss the impact Wheeler has on his teammates.

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“For a big chunk of those he’s just been, we use that word ‘driver,’ but he’s been the tone-setter for our team in all areas of our game,” said Maurice. “It’s not just the play, it’s in the practice habits and the training and the pushing. What you don’t see about Blake, nor could you, but we went through this transition where we brought a lot of young kids in. So he’s a great role model for just work ethic. But the amount of times where one of those kids was struggling and he would be the guy that would just pull him aside.

“It’s impressive because Blake is a wired kind of guy. He is lathered in a game. He has an ability to kind of slide down beside a guy and put his arm around him. I’ve heard him say ‘I did the exact same thing when I was in my first year, I did the exact same thing.’ So he’s got a grace about him as a leader. I don’t think that that’s known, because if you put a camera on him 10 minutes after the game, usually he’s still grinding. But he does have a grace about him as a leader to be able to reach out. He has that awareness of other people in his room.”



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SEC college football picks, odds in Week 5: Arkansas stays tight with Alabama, Georgia takes out frustration

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The calendar will flip from September to October as the Week 5 college football action takes center stage on Saturday, which means that SEC division title races are starting take shape. No. 2 Alabama will head to Fayetteville, Arkansas, to take on No. 20 Arkansas in a battle between SEC foes. It was anticipated this could be a battle of undefeated title contenders, but the Razorbacks’ loss to Texas A&M last week erased that possibility. No. 7 Kentucky will travel to Oxford, Mississippi, to take on No. 14 Ole Miss in a clash of cross-division, undefeated teams that are looking to break through on the national stage. 

There are intriguing games for other reasons, too. Auburn will take on LSU at Jordan-Hare Stadium in a game that could determine the future of Tigers coach Bryan Harsin. The second-year coach was rumored to be on the brink of receiving a pink slip had the Tigers lost to Missouri last week, but they escaped in overtime in one of the sloppiest games of the year. 

What else is going on around the conference in Week 5? Let’s take a spin around the league and make some picks in this week’s edition of SEC Smothered and Covered.

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Appetizer: Drew Sanders, the double agent?

Arkansas linebacker Drew Sanders has established himself as one of the best players in the conference regardless of position. The former five-star prospect out of Denton, Texas, has 31 tackles on the season and is tied for third in the SEC in tackles for loss per game (1.63). He’s also a former member of the Alabama Crimson Tide. 

Could he be a secret agent? Well, not officially, but Razorbacks coach Sam Pittman knows that his star transfer isn’t going to be surprised by anything he sees.

“I would assume, for him, there would be some familiarity with what Bama is doing,” Pittman said. “We’ll try to downplay that as much as possible, because it is about shedding blocks and tackling and doing his assignment.”

This was shaping up to be a battle of undefeated teams prior to last weekend, but a reeling Texas A&M squad and a Hogs’ field goal attempt off the top of the goal post put an end to that plan. It didn’t erase the interest level in this game, though. Pittman’s squad absolutely has to win Saturday’s game vs. the Crimson Tide, otherwise its hopes of winning the West will disappear like a rack of ribs at a tailgate party. 

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Main course: Chris Rodriguez’s impact

Kentucky is typically a juggernaut at developing stud offensive linemen who are effective as run and pass blockers. This year … not so much. The Wildcats have given up more sacks than any other team in the SEC (16) and allowed Northern Illinois to sack quarterback Will Levis five times last weekend. Nothing against the Huskies, but that shouldn’t happen. 

They will get running back Chris Rodriguez back from his early-season suspension this week, though, and he should at least provide more of a threat in the running game to help Levis work off play-action. The preseason All-SEC selection rushed for 1,379 yards and nine touchdowns last season while adding three touchdowns as a receiver out of the backfield. Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said Monday that Rodriguez has prepared to make an impact over the last couple of weeks.

“For Chris, it was just a matter of managing him while he was out. Just getting him the reps that we needed to. The last week or two, as I mentioned last week, he was getting reps with the first and second team — mainly the second team or different quarterbacks just to make sure he wasn’t totally removed from practicing our plays, along with staying in shape, being on the scout team, doing whatever was necessary for staying in good shape.” 

Dessert: Do or die for Bryan Harsin

Reports surfaced last week that Harsin could be fired as early as the day after the Missouri game if his team lost to the visiting Tigers. That didn’t happen; Auburn used a Missouri missed field goal at the end of regulation and a walk-off touchback in overtime to escape with a win. Or a “non-loss,” considering how sloppy the game was. 

In essence, it was the worst possible scenario for all parties. Harsin’s incredibly ugly win against Missouri the week after getting blown out by Penn State made it impossible for the powers-that-be to get rid of him last Sunday, which also gave him another week to “coach back into” his job if he can figure things out. Could that start this week against LSU? Harsin’s Tigers are nearly double-digit underdogs, which suggests that there isn’t much faith in him surviving beyond this weekend. Even if he does, Georgia looms next weekend prior to the bye week. 

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Simply put, Harsin needs to dominate LSU and upset Georgia to stay employed. Otherwise, those who staged the attempted coup in February will likely get their way and move into a new era of Auburn football.

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Straight up: 38-8 | Against the spread: 19-21-1
*Previous picks were made on Instagram since SEC Smothered & Covered starts in Week 3

No. 7 Kentucky at No. 14 Ole Miss

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The Rebels have settled on Jaxson Dart as their No. 1 quarterback, and he will provide a nice complement through the air and on the ground to a rushing attack that is second-to-none in the conference (280.75 YPG). That will wear down a Kentucky defense that isn’t as deep or consistent as it has been in previous years. The Rebels defense, which is third in the SEC in tackles for loss per game (7.0), will keep Levis in third-and-long situations — leading to an Ole Miss cover. Pick: Ole Miss (-6.5)

No. 2 Alabama at No. 20 Arkansas

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The 17.5-point spread is interesting, due in large part to the hook. If a 17-point Bama win cashes an Arkansas ticket, I’m all in for the Hogs. Alabama has played one-score games in four of its last five true road tilts, and the combination of Hogs quarterback KJ Jefferson and running back Raheim Sanders will bust enough big plays to at least keep this game close into the fourth quarter. The Crimson Tide will win it by two touchdowns when all is said and done but won’t get the cover. Pick: Arkansas (+17.5)

Featured Game | Mississippi State Bulldogs vs. Texas A&M Aggies

The Bulldogs are home favorites over a ranked Aggies team for good reason. Opposing quarterbacks are completing just 44.4% of their passes on third downs (17th nationally), which sets up well against an Aggies team that will be without star wide receiver Ainias Smith. Texas A&M topped Arkansas essentially because of a fumbled punt return and a freak fumble recovery/scoop-and-score, but even those won’t save them in the land of the cowbells. Pick: Mississippi State (-3.5)

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Auburn’s offensive line has been a disaster this year, and now its quarterback position is an unmitigated disaster. Meanwhile, LSU’s defense has given up just 39 plays of 10 or more yards this season (tied with Georgia for third in the SEC). It’s going to make Auburn put together multiple sustained drives, and that’s unlikely considering Harsin forgot that running back Tank Bigsby exists during the majority of the Missouri game. The visiting Tigers will win by double-digits. Pick: LSU (-9)

No. 1 Georgia at Missouri

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The Bulldogs have to be embarrassed after Kent State stayed within 10 points into the fourth quarter last week, and they’ll take it out on Missouri on Saturday night in Columbia. The Tigers average a league-worst 5.62 yards per play, and the way to hang with the Bulldogs is to capitalize on shot plays. Coach Kirby Smart’s crew will take out its frustration on Missouri and win by at least 30 points. Pick: Georgia (-28)

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Which college football picks can you make with confidence in Week 5, and which top-10 favorite will go down hard? Visit SportsLine to see which teams will win and cover the spread — all from a proven computer model that has returned more than $3,100 in profit over the past six-plus seasons — and find out.

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Canada has advanced to the semifinals at the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup for the first time since 1986.

After going 4-1 in first-round play, Canada hammered Puerto Rico 79-60 in quarterfinal action on Thursday in Australia.

The Canadians will be heavy underdogs in the semis on Friday against the top-ranked United States. The Americans defeated Serbia 88-55 in the first quarterfinal.

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The Americans have won 28 consecutive games in World Cup play since losing to the Russians in the 2006 semis — the tournament is held quadrennially.

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Canada will try to win its first medal since capturing bronze in 1986. That result matched its previous best of third in 1979.

Kia Nurse led Canada with 17 points, one of five players to score in double figures for her team. Bridget Carleton had 15, while Laeticia Amihere and Natalie Achonwa had 12 apiece. Kayla Alexander had 13 rebounds for Canada.

Canada jumped out to a 26-11 lead after the first quarter and never was threatened.

China faces France and Belgium meets Australia in the other quarterfinals.

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College football odds, picks, predictions, best bets for Week 5, 2022: Proven model backing Oklahoma, Oregon

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Kentucky and Kansas are often known for their basketball prowess, but the Wildcats and Jayhawks both enter the Week 5 college football schedule undefeated. The Wildcats survived an upset bid from Northern Illinois last week and will now go on the road to face the Ole Miss Rebels in an SEC showdown. Kansas, meanwhile, notched its fourth win of the season after beating Duke 35-27 and will battle Iowa State at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday. Before this season, the Jayhawks recorded three wins or fewer in each of the past 12 years. 

The Week 5 college football odds from Caesars Sportsbook list the Jayhawks as 3.5-point underdogs against the Cyclones. The Wildcats are 6.5-point underdogs against the Rebels in an 12 p.m. ET kickoff in Oxford. Should your Week 5 college football picks include backing Kansas or Kentucky as underdogs, or should you look elsewhere on the CFB odds board for value? Before locking in any Week 5 college football picks on those games or others, be sure to see the latest college football predictions from SportsLine’s advanced computer model.

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times. Over the past six-plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated a stunning profit of more than $3,100 for $100 players on its top-rated college football picks against the spread. Anyone who has followed it has seen huge returns.

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Now, it has turned its attention to the latest Week 5 college football odds from Caesars and locked in picks for every FBS matchup. Head here to see every pick.

Top college football predictions for Week 5

One of the college picks the model is high on in Week 5: No. 18 Oklahoma (-5) goes on the road and covers against TCU at noon ET on Saturday. The Sooners were upset by Kansas State, a team that has been very tough on the Sooners recently, in Week 4. But the Sooners have a much better track record against the Horned Frogs. Oklahoma has won eight straight against TCU, and all but two of those wins have come by more than five points. The last two wins in the series have come by an average of 20 points.

The model sees this as a great bounce-back spot for Oklahoma as it is favored by less than a touchdown against a relatively unproven TCU squad. Dillon Gabriel throws for 300 yards in the simulations, with Marvin Mims leading the way with more than 60 receiving yards for OU. The Sooners win more than 60% of the time, making them one of the teams to include in your Week 5 college football best bets. 

Another one of the model’s top college football picks: No. 13 Oregon (-16) has no trouble with the double-digit spread against Stanford in Saturday’s 11 p.m. ET kickoff in Eugene. The Ducks are coming off a thrilling 44-41 come-from-behind victory over Washington State last week. Quarterback Bo Nix was the star of the show, throwing for 428 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. Nix has now accounted for at least three touchdowns in each of his last three games. For the season, Nix has thrown for 1,100 yards, 10 touchdowns and three interceptions, while also averaging 4.6 yards per carry. 

Oregon is averaging 198.2 rushing yards per game this season, which ranks 29th in the nation. Stanford, meanwhile, is giving up 30.33 points per game this season. The Cardinal have also allowed 40 or more points in back-to-back Pac-12 games. SportsLine’s model is projecting the Ducks to rush for over 200 yards against Stanford on Saturday. That helps Oregon control possession and post 41 points in this one as they cover in almost 60% of simulations. See which other teams the model likes here.

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The model has also made the call on who wins and covers in every other FBS matchup in Week 5, and it says a top-10 favorite will go down hard in one of the week’s biggest games. You can only get every pick for every game at SportsLine.

So what college football picks can you make with confidence? And which top-10 favorite goes down hard? Check out the latest college football odds below, then visit SportsLine to see which teams win and cover the spread, all from a proven computer model that has returned more than $3,100 in profit over the past six-plus seasons, and find out.

College football odds for Week 5 (via Caesars)

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Thursday, Sept. 29

Utah State at BYU (-24, 60.5)

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Friday, Sept. 30

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Tulane at Houston (-2.5, 55)

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UTSA at MTSU (+5, 63)

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San Diego State at Boise State (-5.5, 40)

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Washington at UCLA (+2.5, 65)

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New Mexico at UNLV (-16, 45.5)

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Michigan at Iowa (+10.5, 43)

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Kentucky at Ole Miss (-6.5, 55.5)

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Oklahoma at TCU (+5, 67.5)

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Oregon State at Utah (-11, 56)

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Wake Forest at Florida State (-6, 66)

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Rutgers at Ohio State (-41, 60)

Northwestern at Penn State (-25.5, 52.5)

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Alabama at Arkansas (+15.5, 61.5)

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Oklahoma State at Baylor (-2.5, 55)

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Texas A&M at Mississippi State (-3, 46)

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NC State at Clemson (-6.5, 46)

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Georgia at Missouri (+27.5, 55.5)

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Arizona State at USC (-24, 61.5)

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Stanford at Oregon (-16, 62.5)

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