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The 2016 Associated Press All-America college football teams:FIRST TEAMOFFENSEQuarterback -- Lamar Jackson, sophomore, 6-foot-3, 205 pounds, LouisvilleRunning backs -- DOnta Foreman, junior, 6-2, 249, Texas; Dalvin Cook, junior, 5-11, 213, Florida StateTackles -- Cam Robinson, junior, 6-6, 310, Alabama; Ryan Ramczyk, junior, 6-6, 314, WisconsinGuards -- Cody OConnell, junior, 6-8, 354, Washington State; Dan Feeney, senior, 6-4, 305, Indiana.Center -- Pat Elflein, senior, 6-3, 300, Ohio StateTight end -- Evan Engram, senior, 6-3, 235, MississippiWide receivers -- Dede Westbrook, senior, 6-0, 176, Oklahoma; Corey Davis, senior, 6-3, 213, Western MichiganAll-purpose player -- Curtis Samuel, junior, 5-11 197, Ohio StateKicker -- Zane Gonzalez, senior, 6-1, 195, Arizona StateDEFENSEEnds -- Myles Garrett, junior, 6-5, 270, Texas A&M; Derek Barnett, junior, 6-3, 265, TennesseeTackles -- Jonathan Allen, junior, 6-3, 290, Alabama; Ed Oliver, freshman, 6-2, 290, HoustonLinebackers -- Reuben Foster, senior, 6-1, 228, Alabama; Zach Cunningham, junior, 6-2, 230, Vanderbilt; Jabrill Peppers, junior, 6-1, 205, MichiganCornerbacks -- Jourdan Lewis, senior, 5-11, 186, Michigan; Adoree Jackson, junior, 5-11, 185, Southern CaliforniaSafeties -- Malik Hooker, sophomore, 6-2, 205, Ohio State; Minkah Fitzpatrick, sophomore, 6-1, 200, AlabamaPunter -- Mitch Wishnowsky, sophomore, 6-2, 220, Utah---SECOND TEAMOFFENSEQuarterback -- Deshaun Watson, junior, ClemsonRunning backs -- Donnel Pumphrey, senior, San Diego State; Christian McCaffrey, junior, StanfordTackles -- Connor Williams, sophomore, Texas; Orlando Brown, sophomore, OklahomaGuards -- Billy Price, junior, Ohio State; Will Hernandez, junior, UTEPCenter -- Tyler Orlosky, senior, West VirginiaTight end -- Jake Butt, senior, MichiganWide receivers -- Zay Jones, senior, East Carolina; John Ross, junior, WashingtonAll-purpose player -- Quadree Henderson, sophomore, PittKicker -- Daniel Carlson, junior, AuburnDEFENSEEnds -- DeMarcus Walker, senior, Florida State; Harold Landry, junior, Boston CollegeTackles -- Carlos Watkins, senior, Clemson; Montravius Adams, senior, AuburnLinebackers -- Raekwon McMillan, junior, Ohio State; T.J. Watt, junior, Wisconsin; Tim Williams, senior, AlabamaCornerbacks -- Rasul Douglas, senior, West Virginia; Desmond King, senior, IowaSafeties -- Budda Baker, junior, Washington; Jamal Adams, junior, LSUPunter -- Cameron Johnston, senior, Ohio State---THIRD TEAMOFFENSEQuarterback -- Baker Mayfield, junior, OklahomaRunning backs -- Saquon Barkley, sophomore, Penn State; Aaron Jones, junior, UTEPTackles -- Mike McGlinchey, senior, Notre Dame; Forrest Lamp, senior, Western KentuckyGuards -- Nico Siragusa, senior, San Diego State; Quenton Nelson, junior, Notre DameCenter -- Ethan Pocic, senior, LSUTight end -- O.J. 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ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Lorenzo Cain hit a three-run double and Billy Butler capped his most productive series of the season with a two-run single, leading the Kansas City Royals to a 9-5 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night. Wade Davis (3-3) was charged with four runs and nine hits over 5 1-3 innings in the rubber game of the series. Butler, who entered this series in a 4 for 35 rut, went 8 for 13 with a homer and nine RBIs -- as many as he had in 103 at-bats over his previous 25 games. He was the top designated hitter in the league last season and won his first Silver Slugger Award with a .313 average. 29 homers and 107 RBIs. Barry Enright (0-2) gave up four runs, five hits and two walks in two-plus innings, leaving with the bases loaded and none out in the Royals seven-run third. The right-hander threw 47 pitches before he was replaced by Mark Lowe, who gave up Butlers two-run single, followed by a walk to Eric Hosmer and Cains bases-clearing double into the left field corner. Cain scored on a passed ball by Chris Iannetta after advancing on an infield hit by Elliot Johnson, and Jarrod Dyson capped the rally with an RBI triple to right-centre. It was the Royals most productive inning since Aug. 20, 2011, when they plated eight runs in the sixth. The Angels started chipping away with an RBI single Albert Pujols in the bottom of the third and a run-scoring single by Iannetta in the fourth, trimming the deficit to 8-2. They loaded the bases later that inning, but Davis retired Erick Aybar on an inning-ending double-play grounder after walking No.9 hitter J.B. Shuck. The Halos got to the Royals bullpen in the sixth and sliced Kansas Citys lead to 8-4 with Alberto Callaspos sacrifice fly and Aaron Crows bases-loaded walk to Mike Trout. 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"Arte has always been very supportive," said Scioscia, whose contract runs through the 2018 season. "Arte knows how hard I take the non-performance of this team and how we need to get there. It hits me as hard as it hits Arte ... and I know Arte realizes that. Going on 14 years, this isnt the first time you deal with this kind of chatter. But it certainly doesnt affect what we need to do on a day-to-day basis with our team, and thats what were going to focus on." ... Fred White, who broadcast Royals games on radio for 25 seasons beginning in 1973 and remained with the organization in several capacities, died Wednesday in a hospice at age 76 due to complications from melanoma -- just one day after the club announced his retirement as director of broadcast services and the Royals Alumni. White was behind the mike at the "Big A" on Sept. 30, 1992, when George Brett got his 3,000th hit. 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