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Thriston Lawrence, South Africa 28-33—61
Angel Hidalgo, Spain 34-31—65
Ashley Chesters, England 30-36—66
Zander Lombard, South Africa 33-30—63
Lorenzo Scalise, Italy 29-34—63
Pep Angles, Spain 34-33—67
Hennie Du Plessis, South Africa 34-33—67
Dylan Frittelli, South Africa 33-34—67
Alfredo Garcia-Heredia, Spain 34-33—67
Frederic Lacroix, France 31-36—67
Santiago Tarrio, Spain 34-30—64
Oliver Farr, Wales 32-36—68
Stephen Ferreira, Portugal 33-35—68
Ross Fisher, England 34-34—68
Masahiro Kawamura, Japan 34-34—68
Shaun Norris, South Africa 32-36—68
Renato Paratore, Italy 34-34—68
Yannik Paul, Germany 33-35—68
Dale Whitnell, England 33-35—68
CJ Du Plessis, South Africa 11-35—46
Jbe Kruger, South Africa 35-20—55
Luke Brown, South Africa 34-24—58
Espen Kofstad, Norway 34-24—58
Julien Brun, France 33-29—62
Oliver Bekker, South Africa 32-37—69
Aaron Cockerill, Canada 34-35—69
Chase Hanna, United States 35-34—69
Justin Harding, South Africa 33-36—69
Jean Hugo, South Africa 34-35—69
Michael G Palmer, South Africa 35-34—69
Heinrich Bruiners, South Africa 35-16—51
Merrick Bremner, South Africa 34-36—70
Christopher Cannon, England 34-36—70
Ruan Conradie, South Africa 36-34—70
Keenan Davidse, South Africa 35-35—70
Jens Fahrbring, Sweden 34-36—70
Benjamin Follet-Smith, Zimbabwe 34-36—70
Daniel Gavins, England 34-36—70
Niall Kearney, Ireland 35-35—70
Callum Mowat, South Africa 32-38—70
Robin Sciot-Siegrist, France 34-36—70
Oliver Wilson, England 34-36—70
Jens Dantorp, Sweden 12-36—48
Jacques de Villiers, South Africa 16-37—53
Hugo Leon, Chile 35-22—57
Keith Horne, South Africa 26-34—60
Jonathan Caldwell, Northern Ireland 34-30—64
Thomas Aiken, South Africa 36-35—71
Bobby Bai, China 36-35—71
Louis De Jager, South Africa 34-37—71
David Drysdale, Scotland 33-38—71
James Du Preez, South Africa 33-38—71
Bryce Easton, South Africa 35-36—71
Luca Filippi, South Africa 35-36—71
Ricardo Gouveia, Portugal 33-38—71
Alex Haindl, South Africa 34-37—71
Rupert Kaminski, South Africa 36-35—71
Anton Karlsson, Sweden 36-35—71
Jacques Kruyswijk, South Africa 34-37—71
Romain Langasque, France 36-35—71
Madalitso Muthiya, Zambia 35-36—71
Wilco Nienaber, South Africa 35-36—71
Richie Ramsay, Scotland 37-34—71
Martin Rohwer, South Africa 32-39—71
Brandon Stone, South Africa 36-35—71
Darius Van Driel, Netherlands 32-39—71
MJ Viljoen, South Africa 37-34—71
Dayne Moore, Zimbabwe 33-20—53
Ondrej Lieser, Czech Republic 23-34—57
Rhys Enoch, Wales 35-26—61
Oliver Fisher, England 23-38—61
Robin Roussel, France 23-38—61
Jaco Ahlers, South Africa 36-36—72
Jacques Blaauw, South Africa 34-38—72
Steven Brown, England 35-37—72
Dean Burmester, South Africa 35-37—72
Estiaan Conradie, South Africa 39-33—72
Darren Fichardt, South Africa 35-37—72
Daniel Greene, South Africa 35-37—72
Marcus Helligkilde, Denmark 36-36—72
Haydn Porteous, South Africa 34-38—72
Jaco Prinsloo, South Africa 35-37—72
Nikhil Rama, South Africa 35-37—72
JC Ritchie, South Africa 33-39—72
Kristof Ulenaers, Belgium 32-40—72
Lars Van Meijel, Netherlands 36-36—72
Daniel Van Tonder, South Africa 34-38—72
Johannes Veerman, United States 34-38—72
Martin Vorster, South Africa 35-37—72
Hennie O’Kennedy, South Africa 36-18—54
Jake Redman, South Africa 35-19—54
Jacquin Hess, South Africa 17-38—55
Hennie Otto, South Africa 36-26—62
Neil Schietekat, South Africa 23-39—62
Jaco Van Zyl, South Africa 30-39—69
Jack Harrison, England 37-36—73
David Howell, England 35-38—73
Daan Huizing, Netherlands 36-37—73
Ruan Korb, South Africa 39-34—73
Matthias Schmid, Germany 36-37—73
Joel Stalter, France 35-38—73
Ockie Strydom, South Africa 37-36—73
Rourke Van Der Spuy, South Africa 37-36—73
Justin Walters, South Africa 37-36—73
Malcolm Mitchell, South Africa 13-38—51
Kristoffer Reitan, Norway 38-17—55
Julian Suri, United States 38-22—60
Paul Dunne, Ireland 26-37—63
Philip Eriksson, Sweden 38-25—63
Lukas Nemecz, Austria 36-27—63
Ulrich Van Den Berg, South Africa 22-41—63
Marcel Siem, Germany 39-31—70
George Coetzee, South Africa 38-36—74
Ugo Coussaud, France 35-39—74
Lorenzo Gagli, Italy 37-37—74
James Kingston, South Africa 33-41—74
Richard McEvoy, England 36-38—74
Pieter Moolman, South Africa 38-36—74
Lee Slattery, England 36-38—74
Graeme Storm, England 33-41—74
Siyanda Mwandla, South Africa 17-40—57
Pedro Figueiredo, Portugal 19-41—60
Trevor Fisher, South Africa 36-32—68
Louis Albertse, South Africa 31-40—71
Dwayne Basson, South Africa 35-40—75
Matt Ford, England 37-38—75
Deon Germishuys, South Africa 39-36—75
Hurly Long, Germany 37-38—75
Dylan Naidoo, South Africa 36-39—75
Lyle Rowe, South Africa 37-38—75
Ricardo Santos, Portugal 38-37—75
Jason Smith, South Africa 34-41—75
Derick Petersen, South Africa 38-19—57
Matteo Manassero, Italy 34-38—72
Angus Flanagan, England 37-39—76
Luke Jerling, South Africa 35-41—76
Matthew Jordan, England 35-41—76
Alpheus Kelapile, South Africa 38-38—76
Jake Roos, South Africa 38-38—76
Andrew Wilson, England 38-38—76
Jean-Paul Strydom, South Africa 33-40—73
Ruan De Smidt, South Africa 39-38—77
Craig Howie, Scotland 39-38—77
Jovan Rebula, South Africa 39-38—77
Toto Thimba Jr.
, South Africa
41-36—77
James Kamte, South Africa 39-39—78
Jayden Trey Schaper, South Africa 35-43—78
Cormac Sharvin, Northern Ireland 36-42—78
Richard Sterne, South Africa 37-41—78
Steve Surry, England 41-37—78
Jesper Kennegard, Sweden 24-40—64
Liam Johnston, Scotland 36-43—79
Christiaan Basson, South Africa 40-41—81
Shalan Govender, South Africa 39-42—81
Carlos Pigem, Spain 40-41—81
JJ Senekal, South Africa 40-41—81

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Mike Tomlin Shoots Down Chase Claypool’s ‘Fun’ Practice Request

Getty Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin does not agree with Chase Claypool's suggestion on practice habits.

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin clearly doesn’t feel like the team needs to have more “fun” at practices during their three-game winless streak.

Following wide receiver Chase Claypool’s request that the Steelers lighten up the mood of their practice with some music, the head coach shot that suggestion down on Tuesday, November 30.

Via Brooke Pryor of ESPN:

“Claypool plays wideout, and I’ll let him do that,” Tomlin said. “I’ll formulate the practice approach. And I think that division of labor is probably appropriate.”

The Steelers are looking for answers to solve their winless skid — which is currently causing the team to fall in the playoff race at a record of 5-5-1. Claypool’s answer to solve the team’s woes involved non-personnel and non-strategy tactics.

“I think some music would help,” Claypool said. “We had music in the warm-ups and that stuff is fun. People are dancing, having fun, so I think maybe music would make practice a little more fun and a little more up-tempo. That’s my one suggestion, but Coach T has been doing this a lot longer than I have.”

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Heyward Not a Fan of Claypool’s Suggestion

While Claypool didn’t mean any harm in his comments, it did trigger a harsher response than Tomlin from teammate Cam Heyward. The defensive end remarked on Tuesday’s WDVE Morning Show that he hoped Claypool was kidding with his comments.

“I hope he was kidding because as soon as he said it, I was literally about to rip the speaker out,” said Heyward. “That is not what we need right now. It’s Xs and Os, and it’s execution.”

As far as what the Steelers need to actually do to turn their season around, Tomlin didn’t have a concrete answer — but he did say that Pittsburgh is open to changes, via Pryor.

“… What you can’t do is continue to do the things that you’ve been doing and expect a different result,” said Tomlin. “We’re open to some schematic changes. We’re open to some personnel changes, obviously. They won’t be drastic in nature, probably more subtle in nature, but hopefully significant. Significant in a positive way.”

“It might be the repositioning of people or it might be the leaning on depth as a strength,” Tomlin continued. “We don’t overcomplicate things, but we are open to change when change produces or has a chance to produce a desired outcome.

Steelers Close Out Season With Brutal Schedule

One thing is for certain and that’s something needs to change before the Steelers’ season falls apart altogether.

Pittsburgh failed to win against a winless Detroit Lions squad in Week 10, they failed to close out the Los Angeles Chargers by giving up a late lead in Week 11 and they were completely blown out in Week 12 in a key game versus the Cincinnati Bengals — a fellow AFC North rival and playoff contender.

It doesn’t get any easier this week as the Steelers match up versus the division-leading Baltimore Ravens. In fact, it doesn’t get much easier at all for the remainder of the season — each of the Steelers’ final six opponents are in the playoff hunt with a combined record of 42-26 (61.7 winning percentage).

Tomlin and the Steelers better adjust quick before it’s too late.

 

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