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Sports Report: Wednesday, October 3rd

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Sports Report: Wednesday, October 3rdFOX 24 Sports Report with Scott Eisberg Wednesday, October 3rd.

Sports Report: Wednesday, October 3rd

As we go into the weekend temperatures running about five to ten degrees above average each an every day.

Fox twenty four sports reporters sponsored by hoover the mover.

Good evening a summer night in a state of south carolina let's start with that mass shooting up and four in some of the sports community weighing in tonight kyle petty nascar greats we are broke in our prayers go out to the officers and their families in florence south carolina that our community a nascar community also carry the ark was the president of darlington raceway.

He is tweeting tonight lifting up thoughts and prayers to the police officers that were involved in this afternoon shooting in florence south carolina hashtag close to home.

Hashtag supporting florence and shocking news out of clemson tonight former running back c j fuller has died.

The school announces it moments ago fuller just twenty two years old played forty three games from twenty fifteen twenty seventeen for clemson graduated from the university scored six touchdowns won a national title a huge kickoff return in that title game fuller was looking to transfer for his final season of eligibility sweeney releasing a statement tonight and part it says quote i am proud of what he accomplished as a clemson tiger most of all his accomplishment of being a clemson graduate.

Our deepest condolences in the thoughts of a program are with his family this evening.

May he rest in peace and quote that clemson game on saturday the team certainly will be playing with heavy hearts many of the guys on it played with fuller the opposing quarterback one we know quite well wake forest freshman signal caller sam hartman in ocean side academy grad doc about being thrown into the fire last year starting against one a teams in the lowcountry this week the reigning acc rookie of the week starting against the clemson tigers and in this no quarterback guy is a baller.

He really is he's going be a problem for a while he's young foyer but he's he is a tough competitor has a really good feel for what they're asking him to do and they're they're very unique died in the nhl stingrays parent club the washington capitals hoisting the stanley cup banner to the rafters and of course relishing the cup interesting facts the great hall of famer in west ashley resident jason fitzsimmons those get his name engraved on the cup you will have his day with the cup here in charleston october nineteen oh by the way what a night on the ice the capitals beat the bruins seven upping the final score.

Tomorrow the avalanche started year three of the bed no earlier after spending much of the summer here at home on the isle of palms he's back after a huge second season a run to the playoffs finalist for nhl coach of the year beds each brings confidence into year three you look to some guys that we feel are fighting for jobs stay here we had a really good game in vegas we scratched out a win at home in india now once a night so i feel like it's been trending upwards as we plan to put a more veteran lineup in and see what i need to see other most of our veterans and we still have some tough decisions to make coming into the opening night vitally director last week when jets running back isaiah crowell scored a touchdown against the browns then proceeded to wipe his push with the ball.

Now he's cashing in on this he actually signed endorsement deal with a toilet paper substitute named

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