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DENVER -- When the Denver Broncos settled for another field goal and were clinging to a six-point lead over the Indianapolis Colts with 1:51 remaining, one thought went through Von Millers head. Custom Trysten Hill Jersey .Its time to close.And they did, thanks once again to Miller, who gave the Denver fans a reminder of his Super Bowl 50 MVP performance, sweeping in for the sack-strip of Andrew Luck that sealed the Broncos 34-20 win Sunday.Miller burst past right tackle Joe Reitz and swiped the ball from Lucks grasp. Fellow linebacker Shane Ray scooped it up and returned it 15 yards for the touchdown.It was Von Miller being Von Miller, Colts coach Chuck Pagano lamented. We did a great job on him at some points in the game. But hes a great, great player and he made a great, great play.Miller added a sack on the last play for his third of the game as the Broncos (2-0) sent the banged-up Colts limping to their third consecutive 0-2 start.He obviously got the better of me today, Reitz said. Im disappointed in myself, especially that last play in a critical situation. He got a good jump and got around the edge, got to Andrew. The rest is history.All afternoon, the Broncos rattled Luck, who started 5 for 18 before he engineered a couple of second-half touchdown drives. Luck completed just 21 of 40 passes for 197 yards and was sacked five times.Trevor Siemian outshone Luck, just as he did Cam Newton in the opener. He completed 22 of 33 passes for 266 yards.Cornerback Aqib Talib returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter, giving Denver a 23-13 lead.Talib stepped in front of wide receiver Phillip Dorsett to snag Lucks pass, which he returned through traffic down Denvers jubilant sideline. His ninth career pick-6 was his fifth for Denver, a franchise record.The good thing about Aqib is if he ever gets his hands on the ball, hes not only a DB, hes a returner, coach Gary Kubiak said.Its not luck, its preparation, Talib said.I practice it, he said. When I get an interception in practice, I go score on it. Practice makes perfect.DQwell Jackson stuffed C.J. Anderson on third-and-1 from the Colts 17 and Brandon McManuss 35-yard field goal made it 26-20 with 1:51 left.After a touchback, Luck lined up and took the snap.In a split second the ball was on the ground, and Luck watched helplessly as Ray scooped it up and scored.You cant turn the football over, have pick-6s, sack-fumbles returned for touchdowns, Luck said Its just too hard to overcome.STEWART AGAIN: Luck threw a 7-yard TD pass to Frank Gore with 4:02 remaining, pulling the Colts to 23-20. The drive was kept alive by safety Darian Stewarts roughing penalty for smacking the quarterback in the helmet as he slid for the first down on a third-and-1 scramble at his own 30. Stewart was fined $18,231 for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Newton in the opener and can expect another fine this week.THIN AIR: One week after Panthers punter Andy Lee had a 76-yard kick in Denvers mile-high air, Pat McAfee had a 72-yarder for the Colts that was nearly blocked but ended up bouncing into the north end zone for a touchback.HONORING GREATS: The Broncos unveiled signs in the south end zone before the game honoring the players with retired numbers: Hall of Famers John Elway (7) and Floyd Little (44) and the No. 18 for Frank Tripucka, the first QB in franchise history. Tripuckas sign included a mention of Peyton Manning . Tripucka, who played from 1960-63, gave his blessing for Manning to wear the number when he was with the Broncos from 2012-15.INJURY UPDATE:Colts: CB Antonio Cromartie (shoulder) got hurt when he smacked into Emmanuel Sanders on the games second snap, but returned in the second quarter. WR Donte Moncrief left in the second quarter with a head and neck injury. CB Rashaan Melvin left in the third quarter with cramps. RG Denzelle Good left in the fourth quarter with a back injury. Indianapolis began the day without three starters from their secondary in cornerback Vontae Davis (ankle) and Patrick Robinson (concussion) and safety T.J. Green (knee).Broncos: Denver sustained three big injuries: OLB DeMarcus Ware broke his right forearm, and Kubiak said he didnt know if Ware will have surgery right away. Also, RT Donald Stephenson and TE Virgil Green suffered calf injuries that could sideline them for a while. Wholesale Custom Cowboys Shirts . Pedro scored from a pass by Lionel Messi in the 33rd minute and added two more goals in the 47th and 72nd after Valdes saved his second penalty in four days following his stop in Wednesdays 4-0 over Ajax in the Champions League. Custom Cowboys T-shirts . 1 position. The Mustangs (6-0), who beat Queens 50-31 last weekend, earned 17 first-place votes and 287 points in voting by the Football Reporters of Canada. Western was last ranked first in the country in October 2011. http://www.customcowboysjersey.com/ . 1, meaning problems for the doping controls at both major international sports events next year. The World Anti-Doping Agency provisionally suspended the Moscow Antidoping Center on Sunday, saying its operations must improve or a six-month ban on the facilitys accreditation will be imposed. LEXINGTON, Ky. -- The Kentucky volleyball team used a balanced offensive attack to win for the 12th-straight time, topping Ole Miss 3-0 (25-20, 29-27, 25-19) on Sunday afternoon in Memorial Coliseum.Kentucky (15-4, 8-0 SEC) had three players with at least 10 kills in the match. Freshman Leah Edmond led the way for the Wildcats with 12 kills, while juniors Kaz Brown and Darian Mack had 11 and 10 kills, respectively.We need that, we want that, because we want it to be difficult to prepare for us, so we want to have that balance, Kentucky head coach Craig Skinner said. (Setter Olivia Dailey) does a good job of recognizing who hasnt gotten the ball lately and tries to get them involved to keep the blockers on their toes. Thats a very important piece of playing at an elite level.Dailey continued to play well for the Wildcats, both offensively and defensively. The three-time defending Southeastern Conference setter of the week had 46 assists in the match, while adding six block assists and six digs. The 46 kills marks a new 25-point rally scoring era record for a three-set match. Its the most digs in a three-set affair since 2011.The 23rd-ranked Wildcats also got key contributions from both of the teams seniors on Sunday. Sharay Barnes had six kills and hit .400 for the match, while classmate Anni Thomasson also had six kills, along with 10 digs and a pair of assists.Im proud of Sharay, she came in and did a really good job this weekend, Skinner said. Anni was big at the end of the second set. She had a couple of kills, she made several good digs, and while she didnt have aces, her serve really put them in some tough situations offensively.UK blitzed the Rebels for 55 total kills - the most in a three-set match in the 25-point rally era. It also tops a season high total, as Kentucky posted 54 against Mississippi State a few weeks ago. Six players registered six or more kills on the day to pace the attack.Junior libero Ashley Dusek led the backline defensive effort with a match-high 17 digs. Thoomasson had 10, while Edmond and sophomore McKenzie Watson both contributed eight. Authentic Custom Cowboys Jersey. Kentucky returns to action on Friday night, when the Wildcats host South Carolina in Memorial Coliseum. The match is set to begin at 7 p.m. ET and can be seen on the SEC Network+.SET RECAPSSet 1Kentucky grabbed the lead early in the set behind a pair of kills from Edmond and Dailey. When Dailey teamed with Brown on a block assist, the Wildcats led 6-3. Kentucky stretched the lead to 13-9, but Ole Miss cut it to 13-12 before the Wildcats were able to extend the lead and eventually win the set 25-20. Kentucky hit .317 as a team in the set, while holding Ole Miss to a .100 hitting percentage. Edmond paced Kentucky with six kills, while Brown had four. Dusek had 10 digs for the Wildcats, while Dailey had 12 assists.Set 2The second set was a back-and-forth affair, with each team making significant runs during the set. Kentucky trailed 15-11 before going on an 11-1 run to lead 22-16. But Ole Miss fought back with six straight points to tie the set at 22-22. Kentucky faced set point, trailing 26-25, but the Wildcats eventually won the frame 29-27. Kentucky hit .231 in the set, but held Ole Miss to just a .160 percentage. Brown had six kills in the set, in addition to four block assists. Thomasson had three key kills late in the set, and added six digs. Dailey added another 17 assists.Set 3There would be no such drama in the third set. Kentucky established a lead early and never looked back. Barnes had three kills early in the set as the Wildcats built a 5-1 lead. Ole Miss got as close as 13-11, but Kentucky was able to pull away late in the set behind Edmonds five kills. The Wildcats won the set 25-19 to finish the match. Kentucky hit a sizzling .621 in the set, with 20 kills and just two errors. Dailey added 17 assists for the second straight set, while Dusek had four digs. ' ' ' 

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