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DOVER, Del. Nike Air VaporMax ID . -- Tony Stewart knew he had an uphill battle to advance Sunday to the quarterfinal round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup.While he got some of the help he needed to keep him in contention -- both Jamie McMurray (engine) and Kyle Larson (electrical issues and then a penalty for having too many crew members over the wall to correct them) had issues that cost them a chance to advance -- Stewart needed a better car at Dover International Speedway and more help to vie for the championship in his final Cup season.Stewart finished a lap down in 13th in the Citizen Soldier 400, leaving him 11 points behind Austin Dillon for the final spot among the 12 drivers to advance into the quarterfinal round.Stewart, a three-time Cup champion who had missed the first eight races of his final season with a broken back, left the track after the race, not stopping for interviews after the race as he walked and then ran out of the garage area.We were much better than we were yesterday [in practice], Stewart said as he walked. [Im] really proud of our team. We kept making it better all day. That is good as we had.Dillon, who was on the outside looking in prior to the race, used his eighth-place finish and Larsons difficulties that relegated him to 25th to overcome a five-point deficit to Larson prior to the race.The Chip Ganassi Racing cars of Larson and McMurray had their troubles by the midway point of the race, with McMurray falling out with 208 laps left in the 400-lap race. That left it pretty much between Dillon and Stewart for the final spot.We had a fast race car, said Dillon, grandson of team owner Richard Childress. We werent fast in practice [this week]. We didnt panic and just believed in what we had going on at RCR and the people that we had.Larson ended up 12 points behind the cutoff, while McMurray was 32 points out and Chris Buescher was 40 points out.Without too many men over the wall, we probably would have been all right because I was only a lap down, Larson said. Whatever. But, our [car] has been good every week. So, well go out and try to win some races.Even though were not in the next round, we still have a shot at finishing fifth in points. So, were going to try our best to run up as far as we can in points. Vapormax Plus Pas Cher . -- New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis is retiring after a 16-year career to become the goalie coach for the Los Angeles Galaxy. Nike Air Vapormax 2.0 . "It was nerve-wracking, but we pulled through," said Collaros, who threw four touchdown passes to lead the Toronto Argonauts (8-4) to a 33-27 win over the Calgary Stampeders (9-3) in front of 28,781 fans at McMahon Stadium. . Hargreaves began his career in 2008 with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and has played with the Edmonton Eskimos and last season with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. OPELIKA, Ala. -- The case against a man accused of torching one of Auburn Universitys famed oak trees at Toomers Corner is going to a grand jury.The Opelika-Auburn News ( reported Thursday that a judge sent the case against Jochen Wiest, 29, of Auburn to a grand jury to consider an indictment following a hearing Wednesday.Covering the Toomers oaks with toilet paper after Auburn football victories is a school tradition that had been frustrated after University of Alabama fan Harvey Updyke poisoned the original trees, which were removed and replaced with new oaks in February 2015. This fall was the first season when school officials allowed fans to resume rolling the young trees with the highly flammable paper.Wiest was arrested as flames engulfed one of the young trees after Auburn beat Louisiana State University on Sept. 24.An Auburn student said she saw Weist set fire to the toilet paper, followed him and yelled for help detaining the man until officers arrived. Auburn police detective Michael Creighton testified that Wiest had a lighter on him and was wearing an Auburn hat. Vapormax Plus Noir. Weist, a German national living in Auburn, is free on bond. He did not attend the hearing and has not entered a plea to the charges, which include public intoxication, criminal mischief and damaging a venerated object. The grand jury could add or change the charges, or decline to indict him for any crimes.Defense lawyer Margaret Brown questioned the charges, saying the Toomers Oaks could not be considered a venerated object under the law because they arent a structure, place of worship, burial or monument.But Prosecutor Jessica Venturi said the trees were considered a monument the second they were installed.District Judge Steven Speakman said the status of the trees was more of a legal question than a factual question.---Information from: Opelika-Auburn News, NFL Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys 2020 Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Jerseys NFL China Wholesale NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys China ' ' '