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MANHATTAN, Kan. Jean Beliveau Jersey . -- Nick Marshall threw two touchdown passes, Auburn forced three turnovers and the fifth-ranked Tigers held on to beat mistake-prone No. 20 Kansas State 20-14 on Thursday night. Marshall finished with 231 yards passing for the Tigers (3-0), who were forced to the air by a Wildcats defence that was bent on stopping the run. The nations sixth-ranked rushing attack had only 130 yards on the ground, 200 less than its season average. Not that it mattered the way Kansas State (2-1) squandered its chances. Jake Waters threw for 245 yards, but he also tossed two interceptions -- one in the Auburn end zone. The Wildcats also fumbled the ball away, and Jack Cantele missed three field-goal attempts. Kansas State tried to mount a rally in the closing minutes, scoring on a run by Charles Jones out of the wildcat formation with 3:49 left. After the kickoff, Auburn soon faced third-and-9 at its own 37 with 2:06 left. Marshall dropped back and found Dhaquille Williams running wide open downfield, and the 39-yard completion resulted in a first down and effectively ended the game. The win was the Tigers first on the road against a nonconference opponent since Virginia in 1997, and the first over a ranked nonconference foe on the road since Florida State in 1984. Auburn was the highest-ranked team to play in Manhattan since second-ranked Penn State in 1969, and an overflow crowd started tailgating Tuesday. The festivities continued until shortly after kickoff, when the Wildcats started to throw away opportunities to spring an upset. The first serious miscue was a fumbled handoff deep in Kansas State territory. Auburn hopped on the loose ball and, four plays later, kicked a 34-yard field goal to take a 3-0 lead. The second turnover was even more costly. The Wildcats had second-and-goal from the Auburn 2, and Waters zipped a pass that bounced off Tyler Locketts shoulder pads in the end zone. Rather than an easy touchdown, the ball was picked off by the Tigers Jonathan Jones. The Wildcats kept buckling down on defence, though, stuffing Auburns read-option attack. The Tigers had just 55 yards rushing in the first half, the fewest in the Gus Malzahn era. The nations best team in converting third downs also failed on its first five attempts. Kansas State finally scored with 4:56 left in the first half when DeMarcus Robinson scampered in from 3 yards out for his first career touchdown. But the Tigers hurried the other way, capping a 75-yard drive with Marshalls 40-yard strike to Ricardo Louis for a 10-7 lead. Cantele pushed a potential tying field-goal attempt wide on the final play of the half, his second miss of the night. He hooked one wide left late in the first quarter. He made it a frustrating hat-trick midway through the third quarter. The Wildcats had once again marched downfield, and once again pushed the ball inside the Auburn 5. But after the Tigers stiffened, Cantele was summoned to try a 22-yarder -- a mere chip-shot, hardly more than an extra point. He missed it wide right. Given a chance to put the game away, Auburn quickly capitalized. Riding on the broad shoulders of running back Cameron Artis-Payne, Auburn marched 80 yards amid the din of the 15th straight sellout at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Marshall then capped it with a nifty fade pass to Williams in the corner of the end zone for a 17-7 lead. Daniel Carlson tacked on his second field goal of the night to build on the cushion. Alexei Kovalev Jersey .Impact president Joey Saputo confirmed Thursday that he is part of a group of investors whose offer to buy the 105-year-old Italian club was accepted by the teams board of directors. Stanley Cup Jersey . This time, it was Eric Chavezs turn. Stuck in a rut since coming off the disabled list, Chavez hit the first pitch he saw in the ninth inning for a run-scoring single, sending the Diamondbacks to another walk-off victory, 4-3 over the San Francisco Giants on Saturday night. . Ted Ligety, Mikaela Shiffrin, Bode Miller and Tim Jitloff underlined the squads enormous potential on the Rettenbach glacier in Austria.Thanks to lefty Chris Salamida, the Winnipeg Goldeyes have won another series. In Game 2 of a doubleheader (of sorts) in front of 1,390 in Sioux City, Iowa, on Thursday night, Salamida tossed a brilliant three-hit shutout with no walks and six strikeouts to lead the Goldeyes to a 1-0 victory over the Sioux City Explorers. With the win, the Goldeyes won the four-game series in Sioux City, three-games-to-one and will return home to play a three-game weekend series against the Kansas City T-Bones with a record of 45-38. As well, with a rainout between Gary and Wichita, the Goldeyes remained 2 1/2 games back of Gary in the wild card hunt. In the first game on Thursday – the completion of a game suspended by rain on Wednesday night -- the Explorers expanded on a 5-4 pre-rainout lead and whipped the Goldeyes 9-4. "We came out flat in the first game and it carried over a little to the second game," said pitching coach Jamie Vermilyea. "Fortunately we had Salamida, who threw a three-hit shutout. He was great tonight." After three straight victories, the Goldeyes were stopped in their tracks in the suspended game (Game 1) on Thursday, but because of Salamidas brilliance, the Fish took the nightcap and won their eighth series in the last ninne. Howie Morenz Jersey. The Goldeyes went 8-2 against Sioux City this season. In Game 2 on Thursday, the Goldeyes scored their only run off Sioux City starter Preston Olsen in the third. 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