Perth Glory conceded a bizarre own goal as Central Coast fought back from 3-0 down to secure a 3-3 draw in Saturday nights A-League clash at nib Stadium.A first-half brace to Adam Taggart and a 35th-minute penalty to Diego Castro put Perth on track for a crushing win.But the Mariners fought back with a vengeance in the second half.Roy ODonovan pulled one back in the 56th minute.And the Mariners were gifted a second goal in the 83rd minute when a goal-line clearance from Glory defender Marc Warren crashed straight into his own goalkeeper and into the back of the net.The comeback was complete in the 85th minute when ODonovan converted from the spot after being blocked by Rhys Williams as they ran into the box.Perth were left to rue a series of missed chances in the second half.Striker Andy Keogh had three one-on-ones saved by Mariners goalkeeper Ivan Necevski, while a host of other promising forays forward also went unrewardedGlory entered the season as one of the title favourites following a promising recruiting campaign that netted them former golden boot winner Taggart, Socceroo Williams, and new skipper Rostyn Griffiths.In contrast, Mariners coach Paul Okon only had five weeks to prepare his squad after replacing the sacked Tony Walmsley on August 29.Central Coast collected the wooden spoon last season in a campaign that yielded just three wins and saw them concede 70 goals.The additions of former Sydney FC trio Jacques Faty, Mickael Tavares, and Necevski was meant to provide the Mariners with some steel and experience.Instead, the defensive holes of last season were clear to see as the Mariners conceded three goals inside 35 minutes.Taggart was in the thick of the action throughout the early onslaught.A perfectly-weighted Castro cross allowed Taggart to head home the opener in the third minute.And Taggart had his double after tapping home Warrens cross from the left.Faty looked shaky in the first half, and he cost his team a penalty when he collided heavily with Glory winger Chris Harold in the box.Castro converted the penalty to send the 9501 crowd into raptures.But from there the Mariners pulled a rabbit out of the hat, ensuring Glorys 20th season anniversary celebrations ended on a muted note.I dont think many people saw that coming in the second half, Glory coach Kenny Lowe said. We basically stopped doing the things we were doing in the first half. I think we took the foot off the pedal to be truthful.But we had four one-on-ones in the second half to put the game out of sight. Thats the nature of the game.Mariners coach Paul Okon said he was proud of his teams fightback.Theres a bit of us that feels disappointed that we didnt go on and win, Okon said.Our first half, conceding so early, set us back a bit. We lost confidence, and we were a bit nervous, afraid to make more mistakes.But the second half is the type of football we want to play. To do that you need the ball, you need to be brave, and we did that. Cheap Air Jordans Shoes Wholesale . A forerunning sled crashed into the worker Thursday at the Sanki Sliding Center. The unidentified worker broke both legs and was airlifted to a nearby hospital. Wholesale Jordan Shoes From China . 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Whisenhunt said he hit it off quickly with Ruston Webster when interviewing for the job Friday night. IOWA CITY, Iowa -- With a win and some help from Minnesota, 17th-ranked Nebraska will play for a Big Ten title next week.But the Cornhuskers (9-2, 6-2 Big Ten, No. 16 CFP) will have to find a way to beat Iowa on the road Friday without knowing what they have at quarterback.Starter Tommy Armstrong Jr. missed last weeks game with a hamstring injury. Backup Ryker Fyfe broke his non-throwing wrist after helping Nebraska beat Maryland 28-7 in Armstrongs absence. The Huskers third-stringer is Zack Darlington, a wide receiver forced to take practice snaps as a signal-caller so the program can preserve Patrick OBriens redshirt.The hope for Nebraska is that Armstrong will be healthy enough by Friday to give it a go. But hamstrings can be tricky, and facing one of the Big Tens best defenses with a banged up second-stringer wouldnt be easy, either.Well need our best defense for sure. Its going to be physical, Nebraska coach Mike Riley said on Monday. I also think we have to rally offensively and have a nice plan. Well have all the other parts ready to go.Iowa (7-4, 5-3) is set at quarterback with senior C.J. Beathard. But the Hawkeyes had to overcome major issues in the passing game in recent wins over Michigan and Illinois, throwing for just 146 yards in the last two weeks.Iowa survived thanks largely to a revived defense led by star cornerback Desmond King and Josey Jewell , arguably the best linebacker in the Big Ten.For once, weather shouldnt be an issue for this annual late November matchup. But, as usual, defense will likely decide a series in which 28 points or less has been enough to win in four of the last five meetings.Here are some of the keys to follow as the Huskers look to stay alive in the Big Ten West title chase.GO GOPHERS!Even with a win, Nebraska will need Minnesota to beat No. 5 Wisconsin to move onto the championship game next week in Indianapolis.dddddddddddd The Badgers will be at home on Saturday, and theyre 15-point favorites.1,000-YARD HAWKEYES?Iowa running backs Akrum Wadley and LeShun Daniels Jr. have 861 and 855 yards, respectively, and are in a healthy competition to see which one of them can get to 1,000 first. Thatd be pretty cool if both of us get it. I think one of us probably gets it, Daniels said. I think its doable. But Nebraskas rush defense is stingy, allowing just 130 yards a game.BIG TURNAROUNDAt 9-2, Nebraska already has made a four-win improvement in its regular-season record from last season. With a win over Iowa, the Huskers would join the 1899 and 1961 teams as the only ones to make a five-win improvement from one season to the next.IOWAS DEFENSEThe Hawkeyes havent allowed a point in their last 70 minutes of playing time and are allowing just 18.6 per game, which is fourth-best in the Big Ten. Iowa has had to lean on its defense because its offense is 121st nationally with just 326.5 yards per game. The objective is having at least one more point than your opponent. Weve been able to do that two weeks in a row, so thats been a real team effort, Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz said.PINK IS FINE FOR BIG REDNebraska had no plans to redecorate Kinnick Stadiums visiting locker room to cover its notorious pink walls. Michigans equipment staff did a makeover before the Wolverines Nov. 12 visit, putting up maize and blue pictures, flags and phrases. Iowa won 14-13.I dont think that that worked out so well for Michigan, Riley said.---AP College Football Writer Eric Olson contributed to this report.---More college football at www.collegefootball.ap.org ' ' '