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(STATS) -- Arkansas-Pine Bluff quarterback Brandon Duncan clearly saves his best games for the toughest opponents.His best performance in a part-time role last season came against SWAC West Division champion Grambling State.Thursday night, Duncan surpassed it. With a national television spotlight, he tore apart Alcorn State, the reigning East Division and overall conference champion, in a surprising UAPB victory.Duncan, Sam Houston States P.J. Hall, Tennessee Techs Dontez Byrd and Duquesnes A.J. Hines have been named the STATS FCS National Players of the Week for games played Sept. 15-17.---=OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK=Brandon Duncan, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, QB, R-So., 6-3, 210, Roosevelt, New YorkAlcorn State ranked second in the FCS in passing yards allowed and completed less than 46 percent of his passes last season, but Duncan stunned the reigning SWAC champion by throwing for 505 yards and four touchdowns in a 45-43, triple-overtime upset. Despite facing great pressure, he completed 29 of 52 attempts for the FCS season high in passing yards. He threw for a two-point conversion in the final minute of the fourth quarter to force overtime. After Alcorn State went ahead 43-37 on its possession of the third overtime, Duncan tied the score with a 25-yard pass to Willie Young and won it by completing a two-point conversion to John Hawkins on a slant route.Honorable Mention: Marcus Bagley, RB, Saint Francis; Case Cookus, QB, Northern Arizona; Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks, RB, Albany; Eli Jenkins, QB, Jacksonville State; Kyle Moreno, QB, Brown; Joe Protheroe, RB, Cal Poly; Nick Shafnisky, QB, Lehigh---=DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK=P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State, DE, Jr., 6-1, 280, Seguin, TexasBeast-mode isnt just for running backs; the STATS FCS All-American goes into it on a weekly basis. He camped out in the Lamar backfield as Sam Houston built a big lead in the first half and beat Lamar 44-31 in the Southland Conference. He recorded nine tackles, including 4 1/2 for loss, broke up two passes and provided the pressure on Lamar quarterback Andrew Allen that resulted in an intentional grounding in the end zone for a safety. Running back Kade Harrington, the co-national offensive player of the week in Lamars win over Sam Houston last season, was limited to 76 yards on 25 carries. Hall raised his school record for tackles for loss to 57 1/2.Honorable Mention: Darius Jackson, DE, Jacksonville State; Zach Jackson, FS, Mercer; Christian Kuntz, LB, Duquesne; Darius Leonard, LB, South Carolina State; Nakevion Leslie, LB, Chattanooga; Trent Williams, LB, Colgate; Miquiyah Zamora, DE, Eastern Washington---=SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK=Dontez Byrd, Tennessee Tech, RS/WR, R-Jr., 5-11, 180, Louisville, KentuckyByrd didnt wait to get started on a big game against Mercer. He took the opening kickoff and returned it 100 yards for the longest play in Tennessee Tech history. The first-year transfer from Louisville returned three other kickoffs and finished with 183 return yards. He added six receptions for 41 yards and had a 3-yard carry for 227 all-purpose yards in a game the Golden Eagles led after three quarters but lost 34-27. His 100-yard kickoff return was the longest of the season in the FCS and the 13th all-time in the Ohio Valley Conference.Honorable Mention: Kyle Bowling, LB, Houston Baptist; Kevin Lazo, DL, Bryant; Zach Mays, PK, Cornell; Cam Pedersen, PK, North Dakota State; DeAndre Schoultz, PR, The Citadel; Sean Smith, P, Dayton---=FRESHMAN PLAYER OF THE WEEK=A.J. Hines, Duquesne, RB, Fr., 5-11, 220, Wilson, North CarolinaThe defending Northeast Conference champion Dukes had a hole to fill at running back and theyve filled it with a true freshman. Hines was a workhorse in their 34-20 win over Dayton, which avenged a loss from last season. He carried the ball 29 times for 189 yards -- the most by a Dukes freshman in seven years -- and two touchdowns. Adept at picking up yards in bunches, he scored on a 10-yard run in the second quarter and a 37-yard run in the fourth quarter, giving him five touchdowns on the young season. Hes been named NEC rookie of the week in two of the seasons first three weeks.Honorable Mention: Albert Funderburke, RB, William & Mary; Earl Harrison, RB, Tennessee State; Sully Laiche, LB, Nicholls; Jimmy Seewall, QB, Valparaiso Chris Covington Jersey . But Bourque, who has missed three games with a lower-body injury, wont be in the lineup when the Habs travel to Buffalo to take on the Sabres on Wednesday. Cedrick Wilson Jr. Jersey . The return match will take place next Wednesday. Udinese leads Fiorentina 2-1 in the other semifinal. 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OTTAWA, Ontario -- For a team playing its third game in four nights, the Minnesota Wild looked plenty fresh on Sunday night -- even in overtime.Matt Dumba scored late in the extra session and Darcy Kuemper stopped 35 shots, helping Minnesota beat the Ottawa Senators 2-1.The Wild were coming off a 3-2 loss to Philadelphia on Saturday after beating Pittsburgh on Thursday.Its not the end of the world to play back-to-backs, and I thought we held on and did a good job, Wild coach Bruce Boudreau said.Ryan Suter scored a short-handed goal in the first period and Kuemper helped the Wild kill off three early power plays.Were not a team that wants to get behind 3-0, so getting those three kills and getting out of the first period with a lead was really important for us Id say, Boudreau said.Craig Anderson made 40 saves and was again solid for the Senators, who got a goal from Kyle Turris 5:06 into the third period. Ottawa has 11 goals over its last eight games and are 1 for 24 on the power play.I love the way were playing, were giving ourselves a chance to win by being there at the end, Anderson said. The positive out of not scoring right now is that even though guys might be showing some frustration, theyre still doing their jobs on the defensive side of the puck which is allowing us to get points and give ourselves an opportunity to be in each game.Despite their hectic schedule of late, the Wild controlled much of the action with Ottawa looking disorganized for most of the night.We had all kinds of scoring chances, but we just cant find the back of the net, Senators coach Guy Boucher said.dddddddddddd Its a matter of creating the same chances and then having some go in and youre able to relax and not grip the stick so tight.Turris finally got Ottawa on the board when he beat Kuemper far stick-side with a wrist shot.Bouchers decision to dress seven defenseman worked out when Marc Methot left after the first period with a lower-body injury and did not return. Boucher said after the game that Ottawa knew Methot was dealing with an issue, which is why the Senators used an extra defender.Suter scored late in the first and Ottawa continued to struggle in the second, leaving Anderson to keep the team in the game. He made huge saves on Nino Niederreiter and Erik Staal to keep it 1-0.The Senators had four power-play opportunities and struggled to create offense, a common refrain for the team as of late.The Wild made the Senators power play look even worse when they scored short-handed. Staal got off a shot and Suter was there for the rebound.Game notes LW Matt Puempel was a late healthy scratch for the Senators. ... Minnesota LW Zach Parise (lower body) missed his sixth straight game. C Joel Eriksson and D Nate Prosser were a healthy scratch.UP NEXTWild: Host Calgary on Tuesday night.Senators: Play at Philadelphia on Tuesday night. 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