Playoffs Preview: No. 8 Sean Rash vs. No. 9 Francois Lavoie

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Match Preview

Match: No. 8 Sean Rash vs. No. 9 Francois Lavoie
Round: Round of 16
Broadcast Info: Saturday, Oct. 17, 6 p.m. Eastern on FOX (U.S.) and FloBowling (international)
Other Matches On This Show: No. 1 Jason Belmonte vs. No. 17 Jakob Butturff; No. 4 Anthony Simonsen vs. No. 20 Dick Allen; No. 5 Kris Prather vs. No. 12 Marshall Kent

Rash: 'My Game Plan Is Going To Be Simple'

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Rash has had a solid season and edged out Lavoie for the No. 8 seed in the PBA Playoffs to earn a first-round bye. Now they will settle any debate between the No. 8 and No. 9 seeds.

Rash picked up wins this year at the PBA Oklahoma Open and PBA Cheetah Championship, while also finishing fifth at the PBA Tournament of Champions.

In his opening-round match against Norm Duke, Lavoie’s ball reaction looked fantastic as he shot the highest score of anyone on that show, winning 256-193, despite missing a 10 pin.

Who has the edge? If Lavoie’s ball reaction looks as good this week, Rash could be in serious trouble. But keep in mind, Rash likes to play straight, too, and should have a similar look. Based on experience alone, the edge goes to Rash.

Voting Is Underway For 2020 PBA Player Of The Year

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The ballots are out and votes are currently being cast for the 2020 PBA Player of the Year honor.

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Jason Belmonte's 225.31 Average Leads PBA Tour In 2020

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After a strong season in which he finished inside the Top 10 in all but two events, it should come as no surprise that Jason Belmonte led the PBA Tour average list for 2020.

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Jason Belmonte Tops 2020 PBA Tour Earnings With Nearly $300k

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For another year, Jason Belmonte has led the PBA Tour earnings after finishing with nearly $300,000 in prize money for the 2020 season.

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Ultimate List: Every Player With A PBA Title

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In the history of the PBA Tour, there have been 359 players who have won at least one title in their career. None of them has been as successful as Walter Ray Williams Jr., however.

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2020 PBA League All-Star Clash Debuts Nov. 29

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In a twist on the PBA Clash format we’ve seen over the past couple years, the upcoming PBA League All-Star Clash will allow each player’s teammates to have some skin in the game.

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Two Hands On The Future Debuts Today

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FloBowling’s newest documentary titled Two Hands On the Future will make its worldwide debut today at 4 p.m. Eastern live on FloBowling.com.

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The Myth Of Two-Handed Bowling

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One of the biggest stories – maybe the biggest – of the century so far in bowling has been the rise and adaptation of the two-handed approach.

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EJ Tackett Signs 10-Year Deal With Motiv

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EJ Tackett, one of the most high-profile players on the PBA Tour, has signed a 10-year contract extension to stay with Motiv, the company announced Tuesday.

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'Smarter' Bill O'Neill Wins PBA Playoffs This Time Around

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CENTREVILLE, Va. – After losing in last year’s PBA Playoffs finals, Bill O’Neill left with a plan to attack the lanes smarter the next time he had this chance. The result was a $100,000 payday as he won the 2020 PBA Playoffs.

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Playoffs Preview: No. 11 Brad Miller vs. No. 14 Tom Smallwood

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Match: No. 11 Brad Miller vs. No. 14 Tom SmallwoodRound: QuarterfinalsBroadcast Info: Sunday, Nov. 8, 2 p.m. Eastern on FS1 (U.S.) and FloBowling (international)Other Matches On This Show: No. 4 Anthony Simonsen vs. No. 5 Kris Prather; No. 2 Bill O’Neill vs. No. 7 Kyle Troup; No. 1 Jason Belmonte vs. No. 9 Francois Lavoie

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