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 The Buffalo Bills wont be coming north this season. Nikolay Kulemin Islanders Jersey . The NFL club and Rogers Communications announced Wednesday theyve put the beleaguered Bills Toronto Series -- which features Buffalo playing exhibition and regular-season games at Rogers Centre -- on hold for at least a year. That means the team will play eight home games at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y., for the first time since 2007. "The plan is to postpone it for one year, regroup and determine whats the next best step," said Keith Pelley, the president of Rogers Communications media division. "Its not nullified right now, we have an agreement in place. "Anything is possible but thats not the plan. The plan is to take a step back and say, OK, the Series is having some challenges, the NFL is still big in Toronto, its still important to the Bills so whats the best way to move forward?" The decision comes a little more than a year after the Bills and Rogers agreed to renew the series for five years, though 2017 after the original five-year deal expired. A series-low gathering of 38,969 watched the Atlanta Falcons nip Buffalo 34-31 in overtime Dec. 1 at Rogers Centre, which can seat 54,000 spectators for football. The loss dropped the Bills regular-season record in Toronto to a dismal 1-5 -- and 0-4 in December -- since the start of the series in 08. Buffalo also sports the NFLs longest active post-season drought at 14 straight seasons. Bills president Russ Brandon said the atmosphere at Rogers Centre versus Atlanta figured in the clubs decision to take a step back. "I think thats a fair comment," Brandon told reporters in Orchard Park. "Obviously were trying to build a fan base north of the border and this year I would say it was a neutral crowd. "Some of that had to do with how we played over the last six years, (that) has really not been conducive to building a lot of fans that were NFL fans, but were trying to make them Bills fans. Were going to continue to try to do that through a variety of initiatives that we will be working with Rogers over the next year in a very robust sponsorship and partnership that we will have that will cater to fans above the border." Following the loss to Atlanta, Brandon publicly questioned whether his club loses its competitive edge playing in Toronto. Buffalo has often battled neutral crowds at its home away from home. Bills games at Rogers Centre routinely attract a mix of NFL fans who proudly don their team colours and cheer as loudly -- or sometimes louder -- for Buffalos opponent than the home team. In fact, several Falcons players were surprised at the support they received at Rogers Centre. "It didnt feel like we were in Canada," said Atlanta safety William Moore. "I even saw a No. 25 jersey (Moores number) out there." Whats more, playing in a domed facility robs the Bills of their biggest home advantage: The cold, windy conditions that are the norm in December at Ralph Wilson Stadium. "Were going to go through a detailed full analysis," Brandon said. "Were going to look at every aspect that if we do come back we have a more robust fan experience and try to create more of a home field advantage for us. "Right now that was not the situation. That was one of the reasons we want to get in to a lot of detail with our partners up there and see if that is viable moving forward." Brandons statement "if we do come back," prompted a followup question regarding whether the Bills mightve played their final game in Toronto. "What I said is that were going through a full evaluation process and well work with our partners," Brandon responded. The Bills Toronto Series was unveiled as an attempt to showcase Toronto as a viable NFL city. Rogers Communications Inc. paid US$78 million to stage eight games -- five regular season, three exhibition -- expecting southern Ontario fans to flock to Rogers Centre. But high-priced tickets -- initially averaging over $180 each, compared to roughly US$51 at Orchard Park --and struggling Bills teams combined to make it a tough sell. Tickets were reduced to roughly an average price of $99 to make the game more affordable but even that didnt result in a sellout. "Its always very difficult to change public opinion midway through a project," Pelley said. "Theres no hiding the fact the series did not get off to a rosy start. "It tough midway through to change that perception, hence the reason why we thought it would be a best to take a year off then re-launch it once weve thought that through." Series organizers have also struggled to find the right formula to re-create the NFL experience here. A huge attraction for many American football fans is arriving at the stadium hours before kickoff, setting up the barbecue to cook a variety of foods while throwing a football around in the parking lot or breaking down the upcoming game with friends over a cold beer. However, provincial laws make that impossible in Toronto. The creation of the series also fuelled speculation Toronto would be the landing spot for the Bills upon the death of Ralph Wilson Jr., the clubs 95-year-old owner. However, Brandon routinely stated the NFL club was merely broadening its regional base to include Canadas largest city and generate additional revenue. Brandon said the Bills must take ownership for their role in the series struggles. "I think its been a roller-coaster from the standpoint of just the losses," he said. "Thats on us. "Some of the initiatives Rogers has worked through on their end have improved, but obviously this past year was disappointing with that neutral crowd that we had there, to say the least. I think there have been positives. As I mentioned earlier, the biggest positive has been the influx of fans back here at Ralph Wilson Stadium." Now the question remains whether the Bills can sell out eight home games in 2014. "Obviously last year we had to really work for our sellouts, understandably so," Brandon said. "Thats something that were willing to take on, that challenge. "We have very passionate fans and tremendous fans, but we have to really work to sell tickets here as weve discussed in the past. Were not satisfied until every seat in this building is sold. Thats always the No. 1 initiative and really the foundation of how we run our business." Mikhail Grabovski Islanders Jersey . 1 and reigning champion Caroline Wozniacki was among Thursdays third-round winners, while second- seeded Victoria Azarenka pulled out of the draw at the $4. Nick Leddy Jersey .C. -- Martin Kaymer set a U. http://www.hockeyislandersshop.us/Nikolay-Kulemin-Jersey/ .com) - The Vancouver Canucks will try to win two straight games for the first time since mid-January on Monday night as they play host to the struggling New York Islanders.A little more than a month into his tenure as USCs interim head coach and Ed Orgeron has earned a chance to stay beyond this season. The turnaround at Southern California has been nothing short of remarkable. This past week, USC went to Corvallis, Ore. and beat the Beavers, 31-14. It was USCs first win at Reser Stadium since 2004. Trojans QB Cody Kessler was an efficient 17-of-21 for 247 yards with a touchdown and one interception. Standout wide receiver Marquise Lee returned from injury to score a 71-yard touchdown on SCs first play, running back Javorius Allen shredded Oregon State for 133 yards and three majors, and Silas Redd added another 140 yards on the ground. On the other side of the ball, the Trojan defence was just as lethal. USC held Oregon State to 369 total yards, and the Beavers went just 2-for-11 on third downs. QB Sean Mannion, who led the nation in passing coming in with a 30-to-3 touchdown-to-interception ratio, threw for just 277 yards, and a season-worst three interceptions. The Trojans are 3-1 under Orgeron, and 3-0 in conference play. A defensive line coach for most of his career, Orgerons team is eighth in the nation with 29 sacks, ranks 13th in rushing defence, and sits 12th in total defence allowing just over 230 yards per game. Now the Trojans are 6-3 and Bowl-eligible, something that seemed out of the realm of possibility when Lane Kiffin was fired in the wee hours of September 29th. With games remaining against Cal, Stanford, Colorado and UCLA, its likely the Trojans will finish 8-5, and even plausible they could finish 9-3. Outside of Kiffins Bowl-banned 10-2 season, 9-3 would be the Trojans best record since the Pete Carroll era. And with a 3-2 conference record, USC is still very much alive in the Pac-12 South. Coach "O" has a history at Southern California. He was the Trojans defensive line coach from 1998 to 2004, and as Carrolls top assistant, became the programs recruiting coordinator. Following USCs back-to-back AP National Championships, he got the chance to go out on his own. In 2004, Orgeron took the head coaching job at Ole Miss, and in three seasons in Oxford, Miss., led the Rebels to a disappointing 10-25 record. Now back at the Coliseum, its a wiser Orgeron whos learned from his failures thats roaming the sidelines. Harkening back to the Carroll era, hes fostered the loose, rah-rah atmosphere at USC that disappeared under Kiffin. He shortened practices, and opened them up to the LA media. Unlike Kiffin, Orgeron increased media access and has shied away from talking about sanctions. He took away yellow practice jerseys from quarterbacks, eliminating barriers between teammates, and even brought cookies back to team meals, previously banned under Kiffin. Jaroslav Halak Islanders Jersey. When Kiffin was fired, Orgeron was the longest of shots to become the permanent head coach. One month and a 3-0 conference record later, and he deserves to be the frontrunner. Some other notes from around the NCAA: Is there any turnaround more stunning than Auburns? Last season, the Tigers were 3-9, and 0-8 in the SEC. This season, Auburn has won five straight games and sports an 8-1 record. The offence has scored 41 touchdowns in nine games, after scoring just 24 all of last year. Ninth in the BCS standings, Auburns Iron Bowl date with Alabama looms large. Win, and the Tigers could get an SEC title shot. A remarkable turnaround in the programs first year under Gus Malzahn. There may be no hotter player in the country than QB Jordan Lynch. Last week in the Huskies rout of UMass, the senior threw for a touchdown, and ran for four more. The week before, Northern Illinois pivot threw for four touchdowns, rushed for one, and even caught one against Eastern Michigan. In the last three games, Lynch has been responsible for 14 total touchdowns running and passing. Thats more than 106 teams have scored in any way over that same span. Even playing in a conference like the MAC, Lynch deserves serious consideration from Heisman voters. Logan Thomas season of disappointment continues at Virginia Tech. Thomas turned the ball over four times in the Hokies 34-27 loss to Boston College last week. It was Techs second loss in as many weeks, and Thomas has now thrown 11 touchdowns to 12 interceptions on the season. The senior leads the FBS with 33 turnovers since the start of last season, a remarkable fact for a former 4-star recruit. Most concerning for Frank Beamers team, the Hokies are 10-12 when Thomas throws an interception, 14-0 when he doesnt. The performance of Michigan States defence in last Saturdays 29-6 win over Michigan was simply historic. The Spartans held the Wolverines to 168 total yards en route to Michigans worst loss in the rivalry since 1967. On the strength of seven sacks, Michigan finished with minus 48 yards rushing, their worst output on the ground in the history of the program. Even without the sacks, MSU held the Wolverines to just a single yard on 22 carries. Michigan State leads the nation in total defence, and ranks 3rd and 4th in scoring and passing, respectively. Theyre allowing 43.4 yards rushing per game, a number that isnt just best in the country, but would also be tied for best in the last decade. With a 5-0 mark in the Big Ten, and an 8-1 record on the season, the Spartans should be headed to the conference championship, setting up an intriguing matchup with Ohio State. NFL Jerseys China ' ' ' 
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