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MONZA, Italy -- Lewis Hamilton broke Mercedes teammate Nico Rosbergs recent stranglehold on pole position by qualifying ahead of the championship leader at the Italian Grand Prix on Saturday -- although the rivalry between the pair remains as heated as ever. Rosberg had taken four straight poles and six of the last seven. Hamilton clocked 1 minute, 24.109 seconds at the Monza circuit, Rosberg was second in 1:24.383 and Valtteri Bottas of Williams qualified third in 1:24.697. Its Hamiltons fifth pole of the season and 36th of his career. He hasnt started first since the Spanish GP back in May. "Tomorrow will be really good to get another 1-2 for the team," Hamilton said. "And I hope we have some competition as that will be great for the fans." Rosberg enters Sundays race with a 29-point lead over Hamilton in the drivers standings -- the biggest it has been all season. A big part of that gap was built in the controversial Belgian GP two weeks ago, when Rosberg finished second after crashing into Hamilton early and sending his teammate out of the incident-packed race. Rosberg didnt seem interested in congratulating Hamilton on his pole position. Likewise, Hamilton appeared to do his best to ignore Rosberg after both drivers got out of their cars. After taking off his helmet, Hamilton flashed a victory sign to photographers while Rosberg appeared to frown behind him. Rosberg was disciplined by Mercedes for the incident at Spa and while no team orders were installed, the pair was told explicitly not to make contact again. When Hamilton was asked what effect the teams warning would have on him Sunday, he replied: "It wont be ringing in my ears. We are free to race. That was the decision last week so it continues as usual." Rosberg reportedly received a hefty fine for the Spa incident but he, too, didnt appear ready to change tactics. "It has not changed since before we started the season," Rosberg said. "The message has been clear. There is no real change at the moment. It is the same as always." Racing conditions were ideal, with sunny skies and a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius (77 Fahrenheit). More good weather was forecast for Sunday. Felipe Massa of Williams qualified fourth and Kevin Magnussen of McLaren was fifth. Home Ferrari favourite Fernando Alonso was only seventh, defending champion Sebastian Vettel was eighth and his Red Bull teammate Daniel Ricciardo, who won the past two races, was ninth. "I was really at the limit today," Alonso said. "I had exactly the same lap time each lap so I think (if) I do it 100,000 times I would still get the same lap times. The important thing is to do a good race tomorrow." Mercedes dominance was clear on the sports fastest track, where speeds average about 250 kph (155 mph) and top speeds exceed 350 kph (around 220 mph). 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Headed to New York with new life, Mason sure earned this curtain call.LINCOLN, Neb. -- Ameer Abdullah says someday hell look back and revel in the kind of game he played against Rutgers. Not now, though, because he believes he has a lot more to accomplish this season. Abdullah nudged his way back into the Heisman Trophy conversation Saturday by running for 225 yards and three touchdowns and setting a school record with 341 all-purpose yards in the No. 16 Cornhuskers 42-24 victory. Every time I step on the field, whether practice or games, Im always creating memories here, Abdullah said. These are always things Im going to remember, coming here and playing football for this great university. Abdullah surpassed 200 yards rushing for a nation-leading fourth time this season and fifth time in his career. He broke Roy Helu Jr.s record of 321 all-purpose yards with his 23-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. The Cornhuskers (7-1, 3-1) reached the halfway point of conference play tied with Minnesota for first in the West Division, but coach Bo Pelini was in no mood to celebrate. There were too many defensive breakdowns for his liking, particularly early and late, and too many penalties on offence. We got the win and Im happy about that. Thats all Im happy about, Pelini said. I didnt like the way we played. I thought we were sloppy, inconsistent and we didnt play up to the standard we need to. The Scarlet Knights (5-3, 1-3) lost quarterback Gary Nova on the second-to-last play of the first half. Nova held his right knee after Maliek Collins brought him down as he got rid of the ball. Chris Laviano played the rest of the game. Rutgers coach Kyle Flood said it would take a couple of days to determine the extent of Novas injury. Rutgers lost 56-17 at Ohio State a week ago and has been outscored 98-41 in its past two games. Were disappointed that were 0-2 if you look at it from a two-game perspective, Flood said. I think weve come out of it a better footballl team.ddddddddddddI think just from the experience of it, going on the road and playing some of the best teams in the country, were going to be a better football team. Abdullah ran for 149 yards and two long touchdowns in the first half. He hit the right corner hard, put a move on safety Lorenzo Waters and continued on for a 53-yard TD. On the next series, Abdullah went left for 48 yards to put the Huskers in front 21-7. Abdullah broke a 49-yard run on the first play of the second half to start a series that ended with Tommy Armstrong Jr.s short TD pass to Sam Cotton. After Kyle Federicos 41-yard field goal for Rutgers, Abdullah ran back the kickoff 76 yards to set up a short scoring drive. Once he gets through the first level he does a good job of bursting, Rutgers defensive lineman David Milewski said. If youre able to slow him down before he gets to that, then you can do a good job of holding him up. If he finds a gap, he puts his foot in the ground and gets upfield faster than a lot of backs. Abdullah moved from fourth to second on the Big Tens career all-purpose yards list. His 6,604 yards are 825 behind the 7,429 by Wisconsins Ron Dayne. Abdullah, who came in as the nations third-leading rusher at 146.2 yards a game, averaged 11.8 yards on his 19 carries. He took a snap out of the wildcat formation and caught a couple passes for 26 yards. Kenny Bell made six catches for 63 yards and became Nebraskas career leader in receptions with 167. The Knights generated 160 yards in the first quarter, with 71 coming on Leone Carroos catch-and-run for a touchdown. Desmon Peoples and Robert Martin had short touchdown runs for the Knights after the Huskers had broken the game open. Rutgers, which lost its eighth straight game against a Top 25 opponent, played the first half without wide receivers Janarion Grant and Andre Patton, who were suspended for violating team rules. ' ' '

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