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LONDON - Roger Federer made the most of Kei Nishikoris erratic play Tuesday to secure a 6-3, 6-2 victory and move closer to a semifinal spot at the ATP Finals while Andy Murray posted his first victory to stay in contention at the elite tournament.Federer, the most successful player at the year-end championship with six wins, would have progressed from Group B if Milos Raonic had defeated the home favourite, but the former Wimbledon champion completed a 6-3, 7-5 win over the Canadian newcomer in a dour match that produced very little excitement.Its a nice match on Thursday to look forward to, itll be a great atmosphere again, said Murray about his final round-robin match against Federer. Its always a pleasure to play against Roger. Hes one of the greatest players that has ever played so to get the opportunity to play him in an atmosphere like this is excellent.Nishikori made it easy on Federer as he struggled with consistency throughout. The 24-year-old U.S. Open finalist showed his vast array of shots with some superb backhand winners but made a total of 30 unforced errors and, once again, could not find his serve.Hes shown in the past when he gets the upper hand against any player from the baseline, hes very difficult to beat, said Federer after moving to 2-0 in his group. Today for some reason he couldnt get it done. Maybe I was playing too well (...). But I know that Kei can play better. So for me it was really important to take advantage of the fact that I was feeling really good, and then maybe he was struggling a little bit today.Nishikori, one of three debutants at the O2 Arena this year, had been able to make up for his poor service percentage in his opening win over Murray with his powerful groundstrokes. Against Federer, it was a different story.The Swiss served well and played aggressively on Nishikoris second balls to cut short rallies. After a tight third game where the Japanese could not convert two break points, the Swiss produced a superb crosscourt forehand passing shot to earn a first opportunity to open up a 3-1 lead, and seized it with another forehand winner.Federer, who retains an outside chance of overtaking Novak Djokovic for the year-end top ranking following a season in which he claimed five titles, then held comfortably to wrap up the set.Nishikori called for a medical timeout at the start of the second set for treatment on his right wrist, but things did not improve afterward. He dropped his serve after hitting three unforced errors to hand a 2-1 lead to Federer and fought hard to save two break points in the seventh game, but hit his fifth double-fault of the match on the third one.I didnt play really bad. But still, I wasnt really consistent on everything: my serve, my strokes, Nishikori said. I made unforced errors. So thats why I couldnt stay there.In the evening session, Raonic struggled with his favourite weapon early on, only averaging 37 per cent of first services in the first set.The Scot broke in the sixth game after the Wimbledon semifinalist shanked an easy smash before hitting two more unforced errors. But Murray could not build on the momentum after opening a 2-1 lead in the second set when Raonic dropped his serve after double-faulting to gift him a break point.Raonic, from Thornhill, Ont., broke back immediately and both players held until 5-5 when Raonic let his nerves get the best of him, sending a forehand wide and netting a half-volley to give Murray the upper hand. The fifth-seeded Murray made no mistake on his next service game, closing out the match on his second occasion when Raonic went long. Shayne Corson Jersey . 15-23, the Ottawa Senators will by hoping to avoid going five straight games without a victory for the first time since a 0-3-2 drought from Oct. 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Bethune tied the game at 14-14 when SCSU was hoping to run out the clock but fumbled a snap deep in its territory, which the Wildcats Donald Smith scooped up for a 3-yard touchdown return. There were only two offensive touchdowns in the game. Quentin Williams 43-yard scoring pass to Jhomo Gordon just 37 seconds into the game gave Bethune a 7-0 lead. SCSU tied the game on Justin Hughes 44-yard interception return with 5:24 left in the second quarter. The Bulldogs took a 14-7 lead on Antonio Hamiltons 91- yard TD return midway through the third quarter. Williams was sacked eight times and threw three interceptions. He got tired of seeing Javon Hargrave, who collected six sacks and 11 tackles for the Bulldogs. Either Bethune or SCSU has won five of the last six MEAC titles. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- The Sports Network FCS Top 25 No. 1 North Dakota State (8-0, 4-0 Missouri Valley) 47, South Dakota (2-6, 0-4) 7 North Dakota State extended its FCS-record winning streak to 32 games as quarterback Carson Wentz threw for three touchdowns and running back John Crockett had 169 yards from scrimmage and scored twice. The Bison defense forced three turnovers. Linebacker Nick DeLuca had 12 tackles and one interception. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Northern Arizona (5-3, 3-1 Big Sky) 28, No. 2 Eastern Washington (7-2, 4-1) 27 NAU backup quarterback Jordan Perry connected with freshman wide receiver Dan Galindo on a 20-yard touchdown pass with 12 seconds remaining to erase a 27-22 deficit and end two-time defending Big Sky champion Eastern Washingtons conference winning streak at 14 games. The Eagles had a 27-22 lead late in the fourth quarter but opted not to go for a 40-yard field goal attempt before being stopped on 4th-and-4 at the NAU 23 with 47 seconds left. On the Lumberjacks second play of the ensuing drive, Perry threw a 54-yard completion to Alex Holmes to set up the winning touchdown. Starting quarterback Chase Cartwright was 23-for-40 for 255 yards and two touchdowns before leaving the game with an injury. The Lumberjacks overcame the spectacular return of EWU running back Jordan Talley from a shoulder injury as he rushed for 219 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries. EWU quarterback Jordan West, making his third start in place of injured standout Vernon Adams Jr., was 16-for-34 for 171 yards and two touchdowns in the loss. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 3 New Hampshire (6-1, 4-0 CAA) 28, Stony Brook (4-5, 3-2) 20 New Hampshire overcame a 14-0 deficit after the first quarter and went ahead for good on R.J. 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Running back Kevin Monangai rushed for 170 yards and two touchdowns. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 6 Jacksonville State (6-1, 4-0) 49, Tennessee Tech (3-5, 2-3) 3 Five different Jacksonville State players scored touchdowns in the second quarter and the Gamecocks pushed their winning streak to six. Quarterback Eli Jenkins had 204 total yards and threw for a touchdown, while backup Christian LeMay passed for two more scores to Anthony Johnson. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 7 Montana (5-2, 3-0 Big Sky) at Cal Poly (4-3, 3-1), 9:05 p.m. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Stephen F. Austin (6-2, 3-1 Southeastern) 27, No. 8 Southeastern Louisiana (6-3, 4-1) 17 Running back Gus Johnson rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns and quarterback Clint Conque also ran in a score as Stephen F. Austin made the Southland Conference a wide-open race with five one-loss teams. After sitting out the first half with a sore shoulder, Southeastern signal caller Bryan Bennett had an 83-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Smiley and a rushing touchdown in the second half. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 9 Illinois State (7-0, 4-0 Missoouri Valley) 21, Missouri State (4-4, 1-3) 7 Illinois State overcame a 7-6 deficit in the fourth quarter as quarterback Tre Roberson scored on a 7-yard run and threw his second touchdown pass of the game.dddddddddddd Marshaun Coprich carried the ball 31 times for 148 yards. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 10 Montana State (6-2, 4-0 Big Sky), Idle ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 11 McNeese State (5-2, 3-1 Southland) 41, Incarnate Word (1-7, 1-4) 21 McNeese State was outgained in yards (303 to 273), but forced six turnovers. Brent Spikes picked off three passes and returned one for a 48-yard touchdown. Dylan Long rushed for 60 yards and three touchdowns, while Ryan Ross had 64 yards and a score on the ground. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 12 Fordham (7-1, 3-0 Patriot) 48, Lehigh (1-6, 0-2) 27 Fordham freshman Chase Edmonds rushed for 197 yards and five touchdowns on 32 carries and senior Michael Nebrich passed for 292 yards and one touchdown. The Rams had never won in 12 previous visits to Lehigh. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 17 Youngstown State (6-2, 3-1 Missouri Valley) 30, No. 13 South Dakota State (5-3, 2-2) 27 Youngstown State freshman quarterback Hunter Wells passed for 256 yards and accounted for three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing). Martin Ruiz rushed for 132 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries. For SDSU, senior running back Zach Zenner rushed for 114 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 15 Chattanooga (5-3, 4-0) 38, Mercer (5-4, 1-4) 31 Junior quarterback Jacob Huesman passed for 359 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another 99 yards and a score to lift Chattanooga. Mocs senior defensive end Davis Tull recorded 1.5 sacks to get to 35 for his career, pulling within 1.5 sacks of former Appalachian State standout Josh Jeffries Southern Conference record of 36.5 ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 16 Richmond (6-2, 3-1 CAA) 30, Elon (1-7, 0-4) 10 Richmond limited Elon to 141 yards, including just 17 on 26 carries. Running back Jacobi Green totaled 149 yards from scrimmage and rushed for a touchdown. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 18 William & Mary (5-3, 2-2 CAA) 31, Delaware (4-4, 2-2) 17 Mikal Abdul-Saboor rushed for 198 yards and two touchdowns as William & Mary controlled the ball for 37 minutes, 8 seconds. Delawares Trent Hurley was 24-for-36 for 236 yards and a touchdown with one interception. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 19 Eastern Kentucky (7-1, 4-1) 33, Southeast Missouri State (4-5, 2-3) 21 EKU rebounded from it first loss as DyShawn Mobley rushed for 111 yards and three touchdowns, and Jeff Glover blocked a punt and returned the ball for a 22-yard touchdown. Devin Borders caught four passes for 106 yards and a touchdown. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 21 Harvard (6-0, 3-0 Ivy) 49, Princeton (3-3, 2-1) 7 Harvard totaled 698 yards and blew out Princeton behind quarterback Conner Hempel, who passed for 382 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 52 yards and two more scores. Running backs Semar Smith (124 yards) and Paul Stanton Jr. (105 yards, one touchdown) both went over the century mark in the win. The Crimson have won 10 straight games since last season. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 22 Indiana State (5-3, 2-2 Missouri Valley) 41, No. 20 Southern Illinois (5-4, 2-3) 26 Indiana State racked up 568 yards behind the senior trio of quarterback Mike Perish (27-for-41, 353 yards, four touchdowns), running back Buck Logan (15 carries, 142 yards, one touchdown) and wide receiver Kyani Harris (five receptions, 129 yards, two touchdowns). Southern Illinois commited four turnovers in its third straight loss. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- No. 23 Northern Iowa (4-4, 2-2 Missouri Valley) 27, Western Illinois (3-6, 1-4) 13 Northern Iowa senior running back David Johnson rushed for 146 rushing yards and scored twice to set a school record with 51 career touchdowns. Brion Carnes started at quarterback and passed for a career-high 239 yards and one touchdown. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Saint Francis (3-5, 1-2 NEC) 30, No. 24 Sacred Heart (6-2, 2-1) 27 Saint Francis beat a Division I team for the first time this season in knocking Sacred Heart from first place in the Northeast Conference. Zach Drayer threw three touchdowns and caught one on a trick play as SFU built a 27-10 lead. After the Pioneers rallied to tie the game, Lance Geesey kicked a 35-yard field goal with 5:28 left for the decisive points. 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