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CANTON, Ohio -- Sometimes, when youth is served, it pays off. Vans Old Skool Wit . Ask Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett about that and see him smile. Rookie Devonte Hollomans 75-yard interception return with a tipped pass keyed the Cowboys 24-20 victory over the Miami Dolphins in the Hall of Fame game Sunday night that opened the NFLs preseason. Dallas also got a strong effort from its relatively inexperienced running backs, from some youngsters on the offensive line, and by a defence making the switch to the 4-3 alignment under new co-ordinator Monte Kiffin. "Any time you can give young players an extra chance to play in a game, they grow," Garrett said. "With an extra preseason game, it makes sense to give those young guys an opportunity to play." Hollomon, a sixth-round pick from South Carolina was perfectly situated when rookie Chad Bumphis had Matt Moores pass go off his hands in the second quarter. "I thought about it the whole way here and it actually happened," he said of making a big play, after which he got his "first handshake from coach Garrett." The linebacker sped toward the end zone with a group of blockers escorting him, and after he scored he tightly clutched the ball as he headed to the Dallas sideline. "I had a celebration in my mind, but I was overwhelmed and decided to celebrate with my teammates," he said. "It was fantastic, a really great play from him," Garrett said. "We were swarming to the football, had a lot of guys around the quarterback, and then the ball pops in the air and he makes a great play and great run." Bumphis otherwise had a strong game with five receptions for 85 yards. "I feel like I can create mismatches in the slot," said Bumphis, who was undrafted out of Mississippi State. "Just get open. Im a good receiver when it comes to getting in and out of my breaks, and thats where I feel like Im my best." The Cowboys controlled most of the game one night after their former offensive lineman, Larry Allen, and former coach, Bill Parcells, were inducted into the hall. Quarterback Tony Romo, coming off back surgery to remove a cyst, sat out for Dallas. So the Cowboys turned to their ground game -- and ground down Miami as few regulars got onto the field. Miamis mistakes were decisive. They struggled most of the night against Dallas new defence masterminded by Kiffin, the man who designed the Tampa 2 scheme so prevalent throughout the NFL. Although top running back DeMarco Murray was held out, the Cowboys were dominant on the ground. Phillip Tanner did the bulk of the early work and finished with 59 yards and a touchdown. Joseph Randle handled the late duty and had 70 yards as Dallas piled up 170 yards rushing. "Were trying to get an identity as a group," Tanner said. "We had Coach DeMarco on the sideline telling us to just go out and play." Allen, Parcells and the other five inductees -- Cris Carter, Jonathan Ogden, Warren Sapp, Curley Culp and Dave Robinson -- were on hand and were honoured again before the game. Parcells, who coached Dallas and was an executive for the Dolphins in his final two NFL stops, walked through a line of players from both teams, pointing and exchanging barbs and smiles with them. Soon after, Dallas led 7-0 on Tanners 1-yard run. The Cowboys were set up at the Miami 9 when Ryan Tannehill botched a handoff to Lamar Miller on the Dolphins first offensive play and Nick Hayden recovered. Tanner soon departed with a left arm injury, but returned and ran over and through Miamis defence. Dallas moved the ball well in offensive co-ordinator Bill Callahans first outing as its play caller; those duties were taken away from head coach Jason Garrett in the off-season. Of course, few starters ever made it onto the field for either side. Dan Baileys 49-yard field goal made it 10-0, then Holloman made his long sprint to the end zone. Dan Carpenter kicked a 27-yard field goal for Miami, which used Tannehill for only 10 snaps before Moore came in. Third-string QB Pat Devlin hit rookie Keenan Davis with a 5-yard TD pass on fourth down in the final period, making it 17-10, and Carpenter added a 45-yarder. But rookie Kendial Lawrence ran in from 7 yards with 1:57 left to clinch it for Dallas, even though Moore returned and added a 5-yard TD pass to Kyle Miller with 16 seconds to go. Defensive end Dion Jordan, the third overall pick in the draft, had little impact for the Dolphins. "I thought wed play better," a clearly disappointed coach Joe Philbin said. NOTES: The Cowboys now are 2-3 in the game, while the Dolphins are 0-4. ... Head to head, the Cowboys lead the preseason series 6-2. ... Several Dallas players sustained minor injuries, and Garrett seemed most concerned with a left ankle injury for safety Matt Johnson . ... Miami is at Jacksonville on Friday night, while Dallas visits Oakland ... The Dolphins wore their new uniforms, which are closer to the original aqua colour of the 1960s, and have a slightly different logo on the helmet. Vans Old Skool Wit Leer .500 on the season. The Jets are now 0-5-1 in the second game of back-to-backs. The game started the same way the Vancouver game started the night before, with the Jets taking the first two penalties of the game and killing off the first, but the Oilers getting on the board first, scoring on the second man-advantage. Vans Old Skool Dames .com) - The Chicago Blackhawks aim for their third three-game winning streak of the season when they host the struggling Edmonton Oilers in Sundays battle at the United Center. http://www.a1bigaudio.com/rihanna-puma-slippers-kopen/puma-fenty-slippers-grijs.html . On Mar. 16, coming off a "fight of the year" performance at UFC 154 the previous November, St-Pierre faced Nick Diaz at UFC 158 in what would be his eighth defence of the welterweight title. Using his superior athleticism, St-Pierre cruised to a five round, unanimous decision victory setting up a much-anticipated title defence against number one contender Johny Hendricks. ST. LOUIS -- There was no sugarcoating it. Defense, perhaps the St. Louis Cardinals biggest shortcoming all season, let them down again.Manager Mike Matheny cited the non-plays as much as the lone error that led to the tying run in a 7-6 loss to the Miami Marlins on Friday night.Whenever we had one, it hurt us, Matheny said. Just one of those days I know just about every decision I went to didnt seem to work, and that doesnt help.The Cardinals came out of the All-Star break with a major league-leading 68 errors and reliever Kevin Siegrists wild pickoff throw trying to catch 42-year-old Ichiro Suzuki napping in the eighth inning was the 69th.Two other plays were just as costly.Matt Holliday, getting his sixth start at first base, couldnt handle a long hop on a potential double play ball in the fourth that led to a run. Center fielder Randal Grichuk came in and couldnt retreat in time to harness Marcell Ozunas double in the ninth that led to the winning run.I felt like I had a good bead on it and I kind of had it and it just kind of tilted away, Grichuk said.Matheny gave Holliday, a career left fielder before this season, the benefit of the doubt, for the missed play in the fourth.No matter how much work he gets, its tough to prepare for, he said. Hes going to get better the more time we get him out there, but there is going to be a learning curve.Suzuki had a pinch-single in the eighth for his 2,991st career hit and scored to tie it and Miguel Rojas drove in the go-ahead run in the ninth in the Marlins fourth straight victory.Tommy Pham had two of the Cardinals four homers and drove in four runs. Stephen Piscotty and Grichuk also connected for St. Louis, which hit two each off Wei-Yin Chen and reliever David Phelps.Its just tough to be on this side of the equation when you had a good night like I did, Pham said. Of his curtain call after a three-run shot in the fourth, he said, Its horrible now. Puma Basket Heart Wit. The hit was the first since July 4 for the 42-year-old Suzuki. Hes had just seven pinch-hit appearances and one start this month with the Marlins, who have a steady outfield rotation of Christian Yelich, Ozuna and Giancarlo Stanton.The Cardinals blew leads of 4-1 and 6-5 to fall to 19-27 at home, and are 27-16 record on the road. They were 55-26 at home last year, tied for best in the majors.Its incredible, I dont understand whats going on, Grichuk said. Weve got a great ballpark here, weve got a great fan base -- they bring it every night -- and its one of those things.Chen has surrendered 19 homers, among the league leaders. Phelps had given up just two in 46 innings but the bullpen rallied with Fernando Rodney (1-2) working a perfect eighth and A.J. Ramos earning his 28th save in 29 chances.Seung Hwan Oh (2-1), the Cardinals stand-in closer, lost on his 34th birthday.Suzuki singled off Siegrist with one out in the eighth and scored on Martin Prados two-out hit off Jonathan Broxton.TRAINERS ROOMCardinals: 1B-OF Brandon Moss (ankle) is eligible to come off the DL on Saturday but is still in a walking boot.UMPIRE DOWNThe umpiring crew worked a man short after plate ump Chad Fairchild took a foul off his right forearm in the bottom of the first. Jim Joyce went from first base to home.HAPPY BIRTHDAYLong-time Cardinals broadcaster Mike Shannon worked the booth on his 77th birthday.UP NEXTMarlins: Tom Koehler is 1-2 with a 7.56 ERA in three career starts against the Cardinals.Cardinals: Adam Wainwright (8-5, 4.49) is 50-28 with a 3.05 ERA for his career after the break. 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