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RICHMOND, Va. -- Kyle Busch led from start to finish, usually by plenty, and ended an eight-race NASCAR Nationwide Series winless streak Friday night with his fifth career victory at Richmond International Raceway. Busch started on the pole, routinely built leads of several seconds and was never really challenged. Busch said he hoped he would be strong, but "you never think you are going to be that good." It was the second time in Buschs career that he led a race in the series from start to finish. He also was the last person to accomplish the feat, the first time coming in Phoenix in February 2011. "Good car, good decisions and good executing there tonight," Busch said in Victory Lane. Kevin Harvick appeared to be closing in on him with about 40 laps to go, and said his car was stronger than Buschs on long runs, but that the final caution eliminated any chance he had of overtaking the leader. "It took about 30 laps for us to swing the time the other way," Harvick said. "Just didnt have a chance after the last caution come out. I think we would have caught him if that caution doesnt come out." Harvick won the April race at the track for his record seventh Richmond series victory. The sixth and final caution bunched the field for a restart with 18 laps to go, and Busch again made quick work of his competition, cruising to his record-extending 67th victory in the series. He won by 1.323 seconds. Busch said he did consider what would happen if he lost the lead after being so dominant. "It crosses your mind, for sure, but you just think about the situation," he said, and planning in advance not to get too worked up, but to remember how he got in front and work to regain the lead. "I planned all that ahead," he said. "Fortunately, I didnt have to use it." It was the fourth victory of the season for Busch, but first since May 31 at Dover. Hes finished second four times since, including two weeks ago at Bristol when he led 161 of 300 laps, but Ryan Blaney beat him on a restart with six laps to go. "Pretty pumped about being back in Victory Lane, being back in Victory Lane here at Richmond," Busch said. "Its been a while when you think about it." Nationwide Series points leader Chase Elliott overtook Harvick after the final restart to claim second. Harvick was third, followed by Blaney and Brian Scott. Regan Smith, who is second in points, finished sixth and went from 15 points down to 19. Like Harvick, Elliott thought he might have had a chance to close in without the final caution flag. "We made gains really throughout the night and we were getting closer and closer," he said. Marc-Edouard Vlasic Jersey .Currently no, Tatjana Haenni, FIFAs deputy director of the competitions division and head of womens competitions, said Tuesday in an interview from Ottawa. 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Brian Hoyer, the journeyman veteran who beat out the Heisman Trophy winner for the starting job in Cleveland, provided a lesson in resilience on Sunday. Then Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers provided another in how to finish. Again. Roethlisberger hit Markus Wheaton twice during a last-gasp drive to set up Shaun Suishams 41-yard field goal as the Steelers survived 30-27. "Well, that was exciting, wasnt it?" joked Steelers coach Mike Tomlin. Thats one way of putting it. Another might be harrowing after Pittsburgh let a 24-point lead evaporate. Still, in the end it was Roethlisberger doing what he always seems to do when he faces the Browns. Roethlisberger improved to 18-1 against Cleveland after one last audible set up Wheaton for a 20-yard gain. "When (Suisham) lines up to kick it, I was on the sideline like, This was why we have him," Roethlisberger said. "There was never a doubt he was going to make it." There never is when the Browns (0-1) play in Pittsburgh (1-0). Cleveland hasnt beaten the Steelers on the road in 11 years, though for the first time in a long time the gap in the decidedly one-sided rivalry appears to be narrowing. Roethlisberger passed for 365 yards and a touchdown, running back LeVeon Bell had 197 total yards and a score and Antonio Brown caught five passes for 116 yards with a touchdown. Brown added a highly entertaining (if illegal) kick to the face of Cleveland punter Spencer Lanning -- and still the Steelers needed every last second to hold off the Browns. "We cant apologize for the way we win," Roethlisberger said. "We just have to win games." Clevelands second-half rally came without receiver Josh Gordon (suspension), running back Ben Tate, who left in the second quarter with a knee injury, and tight end Jordan Cameron (shoulder). It also came without Manziel. He spent his NFL debut in a baseball cap watching Hoyer nearly engineer one of the unlikeliest upsets since the franchises reincarnation in 1999. The northern Ohio native who was nearly out of football when the Steelers gave him a short stint as a backup in 2012 completed 19 of 31 passes for 230 yards and a 9-yard touchdown to Travis Benjamin. That tied the game at 27 with 11:15 to go. "I told those guys at the end of the game that Ill take thhat team to the end of the Earth if were going to fight back like that," Hoyer said.dddddddddddd. Scrapping is nothing new to Hoyer, who held off Manziel during an uninspired training camp battle. Coach Mike Pettine promised the well-travelled Hoyer he wouldnt have to spend games looking over his shoulder. Pettine flatly answered "no" when asked if he considered going to Manziel after the Browns fell behind 27-3 at the half. "The way the game went we just never felt the need for him," Pettine said. The Browns ditched their methodical attack for an uptempo no-huddle that kept Pittsburgh off-balance. When Tate went to the sideline, rookies Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell provided a jolt. 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