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Coral Gables, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - The 18th-ranked Miami-Florida Hurricanes go in search of their 10th win of the season, as they entertain the Eastern Kentucky Colonels on Friday night. After opening the campaign at 4-0, Eastern Kentucky has come crashing down to Earth with losses in four of its last five games. The lone victory in that stretch coming at IUPUI last Saturday, 73-64. The Colonels returned home on Tuesday night, only to fall back to their losing ways in suffering a 63-60 setback versus East Tennessee State. Miami has claimed victory in nine of its first 10 games, the most recent of which being a bounce-back effort in a 70-39 rout of visiting Savannah State on Dec. 8. The Hurricanes, who have been idle since that bout, had dropped a 68-55 decision at home to Green Bay in their previous outing, and this is the finale of the teams recent five-game homestand. Miami owns a 2-1 lead in the series with Eastern Kentucky. The last meeting took place in Coral Gables back in 1997 with the Hurricanes prevailing in an 86-64 final. Despite double-digit scoring efforts from Eric Stutz (13 points), Corey Walden (13) and Jaylen Babb-Harrison (11), the Colonels lost to East Tennessee State a few nights back. EKU shot just 40 percent from the field, but did manage to drain 10 3-pointers. Conversely, ETSU converted 15-of-34 long-range launches, but committed 20 turnovers, which was shocking considering the team entered the week averaging only half that amount per outing. Walden continues to pace the Colonels in the scoring column with his 17.2 ppg, while Stutz is second at 13.0 ppg and JaMill Powell tacks on 11.2 ppg. Three others net between 8.0 and 9.8 ppg, helping the team muster up 78.1 ppg behind typical shooting efforts of .440 overall, .336 from beyond the arc and .768 at the free-throw line. Eastern Kentuckys stance at the defensive end yields just 63.7 ppg, although foes are converting nearly 40 percent of their 3-point tries. Forcing turnovers has been the teams specialty, as evidenced against an ETSU squad that entered the week ranked 11th in the nation in fewest miscues per outing. Overall, foes are coughing the ball up a whopping 23.3 times per game, giving the team a +11.2 turnover margin -- the second-best figure in Division I. Miami controlled every aspect of its recent matchup with Savannah State, shooting 51.2 percent from the floor, which included a 9-of-19 showing from 3- point land, while allowing the Tigers just 32.6 percent success on their total shots. The Hurricanes, who got double-digit scoring efforts from Angel Rodriguez (17 points), Sheldon McClellan (15) and Manu Lecomte (15), won the rebounding battle, 34-24, while outscoring the visitors at the charity stripe, 19-2. McClellan (16.2 ppg, 6.4 rpg) heads a list of four double-digit scorers for Miami this season, and the team as a whole is netting 73.4 ppg in knocking down 47.2 percent of its total shots, which includes a 41.6 percent effort from beyond the arc. Defensively, the Canes are permitting just 58.8 ppg, as the enemy makes good on only 38.7 percent of its field goal attempts, and just 29.2 percent of its perimeter tries. Rodriguez in averaging 14.2 ppg and does his best to get his teammates involved in the action by handing out 4.5 apg, as well as logging 2.6 steals per tilt. Tonye Jekiri spearheads Miamis rebounding work by coming up with 9.7 rpg, and he averages 2.2 blocks per outing as well. Martin Perez Jersey . "If we only consider this season," Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini said, "there is just one club in Manchester -- and its ours. 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According to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger, the Maple Leafs have trade offers on the table for the 26-year-old, but none have been deemed acceptable by the team.TORONTO -- The Toronto Blue Jays came close but in the end they could not overcome the four home runs allowed by R.A. Dickey. Their ninth-inning rally netted only two runs and the American League East leaders lost 5-4 to the Chicago White Sox on Friday. Dickey (6-7) allowed only one other hit besides the home runs and also struck out a season-best nine. "Its a terrible letdown," Dickey said. "One less home run we win that game. Its just a really bizarre outing to be able to strike out nine guys, get all those swings and misses on what I felt like was a really, really good knuckleball tonight." Rookie first baseman Jose Abreu hit two solo homers against Dickey and Dayan Viciedo added a solo shot with Alexei Ramirez hitting a two-run blast that proved to be the difference. The Blue Jays had three home runs. Edwin Encarnacion and Dioner Navarro hit back-to-back solos in the sixth as the Blue Jays 45-37) tied the game 2-2, and Colby Rasmus, leading off the ninth as a pinch hitter, hit his 11th of the season. Left-hander John Danks (7-6) allowed five hits, including two home runs, and two runs over six innings, to earn the victory. The White Sox (37-44) regained the lead in the seventh as Abreu led off with his 25th homer of the season. Ramirez followed with his eighth, a two-run drive after a walk to designated hitter Adam Dunn. "Its a baffling pitch," Dickey said of his knuckleball. "The pitch that Abreu hit out, I threw it the same way that I threw the one that they swung and missed at. Its just part of what you have to accept with the pitch. And then hopefully you look back at the end of the year and youve kept us in games. But tonight was a tough one because we should have won that game." White Sox manager Robin Ventura said Dickeys knuckleball looked good all night. "Guys were coming back saying he was throwing a good one," Ventura said. "Guys like that, you never know. Sometimes you go up there and you might not have a chance and you hope he throws a flat one. Thats why you never know. You go up there and you could get the good one or you could get the flat one." The four homers allowed by Dickey were his most in a game since 2006 when he allowed six. But the Blue Jays still had a chance. White Sox right-hander Ronald Belisario, who was trying for his ninth save, got only one out in the ninth. After the leadoff homer to Rasmus, he gave up one-out singles to Munenori Kawasaki and Anthony Gose. Left-hander Eric Surkamp came in to face pinch-hitter Adam Lind, whose grounder resulted in an error by third baseman Conor Gillaspie. Right-hander Jake Petricka came in and Jose Reyes forcced pinch runner Drew Hutchison out with a grounder to short as another run scored.dddddddddddd Melky Cabrera ended the game with a grounder to second and Petricka picked up his second save of the season. "Hey, we had a shot," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. "It would have been a nice little win, it was right there. It was one of those kinds of nights. I thought Dickey was great early on. He gave up two homers, we came back and tied it, they went back out and scored three. "We made a run late, thats all you ask for." Prior to the fifth inning, Dickey had allowed only one base runner, on a second-inning error by Reyes. But Abreu led off the fifth with his 24th homer of the season and Viciedo hit his seventh two outs later. "Its not a surprise," Ventura said. "(Abreu) is a good hitter, but I think you also see the power thats there. When he gets it on the barrel, it just seems to continue to go. Its like helium balls, they just continue to float." The Blue Jays tied the game by hitting back-to-back homers for the sixth time this season with two out in the sixth when Encarnacion hit his 25th and Navarro his fifth. There was a four-minute delay during the top of the second while Ventura talked to the umpires about some blinking lights on the facade just below the centre-field scoreboard that started flashing after fire alarm bells were heard. The game continued and the lights stopped blinking three batters into the bottom of the second. "It was more of an annoyance," Ventura said. "You first sit there and notice it and then youre hitting. I didnt know if they could actually just turn it off but I guess it took a while because its the hotel and theres protocol with the fire department that Im not in control of, so I couldnt get it turned off." With the lights still blinking in the bottom of the second, Torontos Steve Tolleson snapped a career-high 0-for-16 drought with a one-out double to left. A possible rally was thwarted after Kawasaki singled to right but made a big turn around first base. Kawasaki was caught in a rundown between first and second, while Tolleson, who inched too far down the third-base line, was thrown out by Ramirez. NOTES: Attendance at Rogers Centre was 24,173. a Rasmus did not start the game. Gibbons said he had planned a day off for Rasmus, who missed 33 game with a hamstring injury and returned on June 18. a Brad Glenn, who was called up to the Blue Jays from triple-A Buffalo on Wednesday, made his major-league debut in right field on Friday. aLeft-hander Chris Sale (6-1, 2.27 earned-run average) will start Saturday for the White Sox against Toronto rookie right-hander Marcus Stroman (4-2, 4.25). 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