Commentary: Alabama needs win more than Ole Miss

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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Commentary: Flaws aside, Alabama should handle Ole Miss“It’s daunting to beat them one time, much less back to back,” Freeze said Wednesday. “I don’t think about those things as much. It’s a very tough task to beat them and a lot of teams in this league. When you’re playing on the road in those stadiums and those environments against quality teams that we play and Alabama being arguably the one that’s been the toughest to beat, it’s a difficult task, but again, it’s why we’re so excited to go and play.”If the Rebels lose, it will be a disappointment, but not a setback. Ole Miss has won some big games under Freeze with the biggest being last year’s 23-17 stunner over then No. 1 Alabama in Oxford, but it’s not among the elite in college football.If the Rebels win, it will further legitimize what they’ve become – an SEC force.‘Grown man’ Ragland ready for possible collision with Nkemdiche“We in a short time have become relevant in the Southeastern Conference and put ourselves in a position to be competitive in this league and nationally, hopefully,” Freeze said. “That’s something to celebrate and that does not mean you’re going to win every game. You’re playing really good teams week in and week out. You’re probably going to lose some, but man it sure is fun to be competitive and relative again in this sport.”So let’s turn this around.What would it mean for Alabama to lose a second straight year to a school that’s only beaten it twice from 1988 to now? It would further cement the growing notion that Alabama’s championship days under Nick Saban are behind it.The Tide are still good enough to win 10 to 12 games because they have quality coaching and a bunch of 5-star and 4-star recruits, but the gap between them and the rest of the SEC isn’t as wide as Michael Strahan’s two front teeth anymore.A loss to Ole Miss would add credence to that idea.Commentary: Frosh DB Fitzpatrick key cog to Alabama nickel packageThe big difference between Ole Miss and Alabama right now other than the championships is the Rebels have room to grow and can still cherish wins. The Tide are on top and have been up there for so long, they look at games in an entirely different way.“It sucks anytime you lose,” Tide senior cornerback Cyrus Jones said. “That’s all I can say. I hate losing more than I love winning and I think that’s just the mindset around here. It’s definitely not something you want to experience.”So Ole Miss can take an even bigger chunk out of Alabama’s aura of dominance with a win Saturday. If it loses, some harm, but no foul. Alabama doesn’t have that luxury. Tradition, titles and expectations keep Alabama on its tippy toes to win or else.If the Tide fall, all hell will break lose before in Tuscaloosa before fans come to grips with the realization that maybe, just maybe, Alabama isn’t what it used to be. They’ll still be in the College Football Playoff hunt because I don’t see anyone going undefeated in conference play and the eventual league champion will likely get a playoff bid even with one defeat.If Alabama wins? Come on. That’s not even a question. That’s a given, right? Alabama running back Derrick Henry (2) has six touchdowns in two games for No. 2-ranked Alabama this season.Alabama running back Derrick Henry (2) has six touchdowns in two games for No. 2-ranked Alabama this season.Ole Miss is still ahead of schedule.The No. 15-ranked Rebels (2-0) have quality talent, but shouldn’t be considered a favorite by anyone to beat Alabama in its backyard Saturday, but ESPN Football Power Index indicated Wednesday they have a 55 percent chance to win Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium.WTH?Just fours year ago, Ole Miss won two games in Houston Nutt’s final season in 2011. Now in their fourth season under Hugh Freeze, the Rebels have had three straight winning seasons, improved their win total by one each year and are looking to beat the Crimson Tide two years in a row for the first time ever.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUNDlast_img read more

What’s next for Les Miles after 100th win at LSU?

first_imgGAINESVILLE, Fla. – Les Miles won his 100th game as LSU’s football coach Saturday night at Florida, and the 30-27 victory had a morsel of virtually all the delights that have made up the Miles Magical Mystery tour these last 10 years.Here are a six of the choicest:• Game winning field goal: There was another one Saturday in the final seconds courtesy of New Iberia’s Colby Delahoussaye, who booted a career-high 50 yarder with three seconds left to beat Florida. “It’s awesome,” Delahoussaye said. “It’s an awesome feeling. It’s like a childhood dream.”• Game winning field goal history: Drew Alleman of Lafayette kicked the game winning field goal to beat Alabama 9-6 in overtime in 2011 and propel the Tigers to the national championship game.• Fourth quarter comeback: Florida took a 24-20 with 6:10 to play on quarterback Jeff Driskel’s 11-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Demarcus Robinson. But the Tigers somehow converted a third-and-25 play from their 33-yard line in the final three minutes when quarterback Anthony Jennings found wide receiver Travin Dural for 41 yards to the Gators’ 26-yard line. Then Jennings hit Dural for an 11-yard touchdown and 27-24 lead with 2:40 to go. Florida tied it on a field goal with 1:49 to go, and you know the rest.• Fourth quarter comeback history: Miles entered the game with 22 fourth quarter comeback wins, including three against Florida – 21-17 in 2005 and 28-24 in 2007 in Tiger Stadium and 33-29 at Florida in 2010. Make that 23 fourth quarter wins after Saturday – the most by any major school since 2005.• Road warriors: LSU trailed Florida 17-7 late in the second quarter, but came back to take the lead 20-17, fell behind 24-20, took the lead 27-24, got tied up 27-27 and won 30-27.• Road warriors history: LSU has fallen behind by double digits 13 times under Miles on the road in the SEC, and now has come back to win six of those.• Dumb luck: As time was running out Saturday night and the Tigers were maneuvering toward a game-winning field goal attempt, Miles asked Delahoussaye what hash he would prefer the ball on before what would be a long field goal attempt. “Anything but the right hash,” Delahoussaye, being a right-footed kicker, said. Miles still managed to put the ball on the right hash, though, after tailback Terrence Magee’s run gained three yards off RIGHT tackle to the 33-yard line. “We ended up going with the right hash, but it’s no big deal,” Delahoussaye said.• Dumb luck history: While trailing 29-26 in the final minutes at Florida in 2010, Miles called a fake field goal on fourth and three from the Florida 36. Holder Derek Helton caught the snap and flipped it backwards over his head to kicker Josh Jasper, who stepped to his right. It was a bad pitch, though, and hit the ground. With a Florida defender inches away from claiming the ball and the game, the ball bounced right into Jasper’s hands and he gained five yards for the first down.Three plays later, quarterback Jarrett Lee hit wide receiver Terrence Toliver for a 3-yard touchdown with six seconds to go for the 33-29 win. Helton and Jasper were the only players who knew the fake was on. The same fake — but without the bounce — worked for an early touchdown in a 28-16 win over South Carolina in 2007 with holder Matt Flynn flipping perfectly to kicker Colt David.• Mystery: How does a kicker miss a 19-yard extra point in the third quarter with no pressure and make a 50-yard field goal with the game on the line a quarter later with three seconds to go under all the pressure in the world? That’s what Delahoussaye did.• Mystery history: Trailing Tennessee by 14-10 in 2010, LSU reached the 1-yard line in the final seconds. But a hurried bad snap by center T-Bob Hebert because of a late substitution by offensive coordinator Gary Crowton (that Miles approved) scooted by quarterback Jordan Jefferson for a big loss as time ran out and Tennessee celebrated. But Tennessee had too many Vols on the field. LSU got another chance and scored on a yard run by Stevan Ridley for a 16-14 win.• Cuckoo clock: After LSU defensive back Rickey Jefferson’s critical interception and crucial 23-yard return to the Florida 36-yard line with 24 seconds left and the score tied at 27-27 Saturday, Miles – without any timeouts left – allowed too much time to elapse before two plays and nearly allowed time to run out without a chance at the field goal.• Cuckoo clock history: Trailing Auburn 24-23 in the final seconds, Miles let too much time run off the clock between a completion to tight end Richard Dickson to the Auburn 22-yard line and the next play. LSU won 30-24 on that next play when quarterback Matt Flynn hit wide receiver Demetrius Byrd with one second remaining for a 22-yard touchdown. But had tailback Jacob Hester not stopped a sack of Flynn by blocking a blitzing linebacker or had Byrd bobbled the ball and dropped it, no time would have remained for the game-winning, 39-yard field goal attempt. And LSU would have lost 24-23 and likely not have gone on to win the national championship. Instead Byrd ran off the field waving his hand in front of his face, signaling, “Can’t See Me,” which became a slogan for the national champion Tigers. … Too many other examples to mention.“You know I’m very fortunate to be the head coach at LSU,” Miles said after the game. “The idea of the 100th win in The Swamp is pretty special. The teams that I’ve been able to lead, the quality of people, the guys who work hard and are ambitious and want to be champions — I’m fortunate. It’s a great opportunity for me, and it’s one that I’ve enjoyed.”This year’s ride on the Miles’ Magical Mystery Tour is apparently just getting started as the Tigers (5-2, 1-2 SEC) are suddenly breathing new life with Kentucky (5-1, 2-1 SEC) due at Tiger Stadium for a 6:30 p.m. game Saturday on the SEC Network. Jennings must believe in Miles Magic. The LSU quarterback was just 8 of 18 for 58 yards and had been sacked three times when he faced a third-and-25 at the LSU 33-yard line while trailing 24-20 in the final three minutes. He somehow spotted wide receiver Travin Dural deep and hit him for 41 yards.“It was just one of those things where they hit one on us,” Florida defensive lineman Alex McCallister said.But that was not the big one. Two plays later from the 11-yard line, Jennings saw Dural in the corner of the end zone and let it go — blindly. “I didn’t even know he caught it,” Jennings said. “I just threw it up there. I didn’t see it.”LSU’s latest “Can’t See Me” touchdown put the Tigers up 27-24 with 2:40 to play. Florida came right back with a 73-yard pass from Driskel to Robinson to the 2-yard line, but somehow the worst run defense in the SEC forced a field goal and 27-27 tie when a touchdown would have put Florida up 31-27.“This team has a chance to win some games and be pretty special this season,” Miles said. “We’ve lost to two pretty good teams (No. 1 Mississippi State and No. 6 Auburn), but our team’s coming. And we’ll play better next week, and we’ll play better the week after that. And there might be something pretty special coming this season for these LSU Tigers.”Bring on the next 100?Kentucky at LSUSaturday, 6:30 p.m.TV: SEC Radio: 1130 AMlast_img read more

SCSU Goalie Emma Polusny [PODCAST]

first_img Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip St. Cloud Sports Year In ReviewPHOTO: Dave OverlundSartell FootballSartell topped Alexandria in the snow to snap a skid. PHOTO: Joel BaumgartenRocori FootballThe Rocori Football team took home the section 8AAAA championship in snowy Alexandria. PHOTO: Sarah MuellerRocori FootballRocori fans braved the cold to cheer on the Spartans at the State Tourney.PHOTO: Sarah Mueller, WJONRocori FootballRocori Fans at US Bank Stadium for the state semis.PHOTO: Sarah MuellerRocori FootballROCORI QB Jack Steil calls the signals for the Spartans at the State Tourney .PHOTO: Dave OverlundCathedral Hockey 2019Cathedral clobbered Greenway in a state tourney rematch .PHOTO: Dave Overlund, WJONCathedral HockeyCathedral takes 6A Title.PHOTO: Dave Overlund Cathedral HockeyJack Smith warms up before Cathedral’s semifinal game against Hermantown.PHOTO: Dave Overlund (AM 1390 Granite City Sports)Apollo vs Sauk Rapids-RiceApollo girls hoops takes on the Storm in Sauk Rapids.PHOTO: Dave OverlundSartell Youth Hockey WildThe MInnesota Wild came to Sartell for their Youth Hockey Spotlight. PHOTO: Dave Overlund, WJONMike Modano SartellMike Modano behind the Sabres’ bench.PHOTO: Kelly McCarneySartell-St.-Stephen-Dance-Team-2-Courtesy-Kelly-McCarneySartell Dance at State. PHOTO: Roger MischkeSauk Rapids WrestlingSauk Rapids-Rice wrestler Andrew Wollak won his 100th match. PHOTO: Dave OverlundApollo BasketballThe Apollo boys basketball team celebrates their section title.PHOTO: Dave Overlund Apollo BasketballApollo captures section title. 1080p HD About Connatix V56490 Auto (360p) 360pcenter_img St. Cloud State University women’s hockey goalie Emma Polusny joined WJON to talk about her past season and the team’s outlook for next year.”Hang Up and Listen” airs Monday through Friday from 1-2 p.m. 720p HD 1/1 About Connatix V56490last_img read more

Poppy will stay in the ‘Ogres’ team – DELFI

first_imgForward Renārs Magone will continue to play in the Latvian basketball club “Ogre”, the club’s press service reports. Content will continue after the ad Advertising Poppy and basketball club Ogre cooperation started in 2016/2017. at the end of the year, when the club represented by Magone was hired by the Ogre unit until the end of the season. Full cooperation was started before 2018/2019. and on Monday, 13 July, an agreement was reached to extend the contract for at least another season.In the last season of the “Pafbet” Latvian-Estonian basketball league, Magone played 20 games, in which he spent less than 21 minutes on the field on average. Poppy was one of the six players in the team, who stood out in the game with more than 11 points – 11.1 points in the game on average. Also in the fight for rebounds, Renārs was one of the team’s main fighters, averaging 4.7 rebounds per game.During his career, Renārs Magone has also represented “VEF Rīga”, the University of Latvia and Liepāja teams. In the ranks of Ogre, Magone has won bronze and silver awards in the Latvian Basketball League.Last week, Uģis Pinete joined Ogre, who spent the previous years in the Jurmala club. Last season, Uģis Pinete went on the field in 23 games, spending on average less than 30 minutes on the field. The 194-centimeter-long striker was one of the main attacking leaders in BK Silja. Pinete averaged 15.5 points last season, as well as 2.3 rebounds and 2.2 assists. Even the basketball club Ogre has valid cooperation agreements with both team captains – Rinalds Sirsniņš and Kristaps Dārgo, as well as forward Lauri Mizi.last_img read more

“I want to choose right club” – Tottenham player makes transfer…

first_imgIt was also stated the Nerazzurri turned down the chance to sign the Belgium international, which is why his representative has approached other clubs.The Spurs centre-back will turn 33 years of age on Thursday and his current deal with the north London club expires on June 30th.Speaking to Play Sports, the former Ajax man admitted he has received several proposals and also explained how the global health crisis can help free agents in the next transfer window.“Since January, a number of clubs have come forward with serious proposals,” Het Laatste Nieuws quoted Vertonghen as saying.Embed from Getty Images“The lockdown has brought a lot of uncertainty to the transfer market and, strangely enough, it has only had a positive effect on interest. “I’m free, of course, and many clubs don’t have the money to do transfers. Transfer-free players like me are even coveted more because of the Coronavirus crisis.”José Mourinho’s man also admitted he would like to learn a new language, which is an indication that he’s seriously thinking about a Tottenham exit.“I’m waiting, because I really want to choose the right club, which could be Tottenham again. Anyway, it has to be a club with a lot of ambition, because I always have it,” DH reported him as saying.“I always have it. I want continue at the highest level for a few more years and preferably in the Champions League.“I really want to play in Europe and I would like to learn a new language. Spain and Italy are certainly options. The interest of these countries is there, but it’s not like I can sign somewhere tomorrow. Even the clubs prefer to wait and see in these uncertain times.”The ongoing pandemic has also suspended football in England and it’s unclear if and when the season will resume. Vertonghen stressed players hardly have any say in deciding whether or not to restart the Premier League.“The situation here is of course completely different. In the Netherlands there is also a lot at stake, but the financial interests in the Premier League are really of a different order,” he said.“They will do everything to finish the competition. In England, people are even considering quarantining the players, coaches and referees for five weeks. “So, a kind of mini-World Cup. That would be dramatic for a family man like me. But we players have little say about that. Money talks.”by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must Have.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoDating.comThe Most Handsome Men In Hong Kong On This Dating SiteDating.comUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉(今晚試試)Keto减肥Undo Last week, we carried a report from FcInterNews, who explained Jan Vertonghen’s agent had offered the Tottenham Hotspur defender to Inter Milan.last_img read more

Sharma returns to form to guide India into final

first_imgCOLOMBO, (Reuters) – India’s stand-in captain Rohit Sharma returned to form with a fine 89 to set up a 17-run victory over Bangladesh yesterday and reach the final of their Twenty20 tri-series. Leading the side in the absence of rested regular skipper Virat Kohli, opening batsman Sharma hit five fours and an equal number of sixes in his 61-ball knock to guide India to 176-3 in their 20 overs.Bangladesh, who also lost their first match of the tournament to India, managed 159-6 in reply. The winner of tomorrow’s match between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will meet India in the final on Sunday.Off-spinner Washington Sundar ran through the Bangladesh top order with the new ball, taking three wickets in his first spell of three overs. The 18-year-old finished with 3-22, his best figures in the format. Leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal was also economical in his four-over spell of 1-21.Former captain Mushfiqur Rahim notched up his second consecutive fifty but his 72 not out in 55 balls was not enough.Sharma’s highest score in his previous six T20 matches, including the three-match series in South Africa, was 21 and he opted to be watchful at the start of his innings after India were asked to bat. He added 70 with Shikhar Dhawan for the opening wicket before the latter was bowled by paceman Rubel Hossain for 35.He then had another fruitful partnership of 102 with Suresh Raina, who fell to Rubel in the final over of the innings after a 30-ball 47.The 30-year-old Sharma, who has two hundreds in the shortest format of the game, was run out on the final ball of the innings.last_img read more

F1 puts some staff on furlough, execs take pay cuts

first_img LIVE TV With nearly half of the season already altered by the coronavirus pandemic, Formula One said Wednesday it will furlough half of its staff until the end of May and senior executives will take pay cuts.F1 called off last month’s Australian Grand Prix and has postponed seven more races so far this season. The Monaco Grand Prix was canceled outright. More postponements are likely to turn into cancellations, but F1 has said it is still hoping to stage between 15 and 18 races out of the original 22.F1 said senior leadership figures will take “voluntary pay cuts while still continuing to work and not in furlough,” and that CEO Chase Carey will take a “much deeper” pay cut. The McLaren and Williams teams had already put some staff on furlough schemes. McLaren drivers Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz have also taken pay cuts. The season is currently scheduled to begin in France on June 28, but each missed race hits teams’ earnings from sponsorship and other commercial activities.That’s a challenge for all the teams, but even more so for those which don’t have the backing of a major car manufacturer like Ferrari or Mercedes, or a multinational company like Red Bull. F1’s business model has proved more vulnerable than most sports to the disruption caused by the coronavirus. Even if races are held without fans, they still require teams to fly in hundreds of staff from around the world who often work on the cars in cramped pit-lane conditions. Mass events of various kinds are banned in many of the countries which host F1 races.That vulnerability was exposed last month when the Australian Grand Prix was called off hours before Friday practice was due to begin. That was after McLaren withdrew when one of its staff members tested positive for the virus. Even if F1 does find enough time to schedule 18 races around the world, that would be the shortest season since 2009. A 15-race season would be the shortest since 1981. Last Updated: 8th April, 2020 21:17 IST F1 Puts Some Staff On Furlough, Execs Take Pay Cuts With nearly half of the season already altered by the coronavirus pandemic, Formula One said Wednesday it will furlough half of its staff until the end of May and senior executives will take pay cuts.F1 called off last month’s Australian Grand Prix and has postponed seven more races so far this season Written By First Published: 8th April, 2020 21:17 IST Associated Press Television News center_img FOLLOW US WATCH US LIVE COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO USlast_img read more

Pippa & Cian O’Connor talk business strategies, working together and their love of the Dublin Horse Show

first_img Brother and sister duo Pippa and Cian O’Connor open up about their successful, and very different, businesses in the annual Dublin Horseshow glossy magazine produced by the Irish Field newspaper which launched last week and is now available in newsagents nationwide.The highly successful siblings are on top of their game, with Cian building the hugely successful Karlswood Stables and Pippa O’Connor Ormond taking over the world of fashion with her website, fashion factory events and most recently her POCO denim line. “IT’S just military precision and it works,” are the words the Olympic bronze medallist uses to describe the way he runs his show jumping business. While Pippa says; “You absolutely have to be into whatever you are doing, and believe it in 100% and know that it’s amazing.”In the 122 page magazine, produced exclusively by The Irish Field for the Dublin Horseshow, Pippa even opens up about her disastrous experience working for the brother when she was in her twenties; “I am laughing because it was a bit of a disaster. I think I was about 20, Cian needed a PA and I thought I would be a good fit. I wasn’t a good PA, he would find letters and things I was supposed to post in my car a month later, I was brutal.”Pippa goes on to say that, despite her huge success and all the strands to her Pippa brand, Cian is the one with the business acumen; “I wouldn’t say I have the savviest business mind in the world, that would be Cian, but I know what I want, and I know what works and thankfully that’s what making it such a successful business.” Cian comments that; “The big thing that I have learned over the years, and the key message would be, being busy and having huge numbers is not the measure of success. Quickly you learn in horses that numbers means high costs.”Pippa and Cian’s father, Tadgh O’Connor, sold cars for a living, so entrepreneurship and a sales ability was bred into the ambitious siblings. Pippa went on to tell the magazine that her son Ollie is now obsessed with horses and will have his first visit to the Horseshow this year. Pippa did not ignore another big part of the RDS Horseshow spectacular, fashion. The glamourous businesswomen commented; “I think the fashion is a bit more creative at the horse show – you could see anything and everything, which is great. I love that people aren’t afraid to experiment and show their personality. That’s what style and fashion is all about, not being afraid or sticking to a trend, it’s about showing your personality through your clothes, and whatever that is, doing it with confidence. For me, that’s what stands out.”The Dublin Horseshow Magazine is on sale this week and also features;• Pastures New: Ireland’s top ranked show jumper Bertram Allen (21) and his sister April (23) are branching out in the sport horse breeding season. Only in their early 20s, the Wexford siblings are now five years running their hugely successful German-based business.• Rio Olympian and vendor of Ireland’s most expensive sport horse, the €10m MHS Going Global, Greg Broderick, talks about his horses and expanding yard and why Ireland needs to up its game to cater to the world’s top owners• Hickstead Calling: Top show jumper Shane Breen and his wife Chloe, director and owner of Hickstead, talk about their lives and careers at one of the world’s most iconic showgrounds.• Top RDS team: The RDS has its own top team running the world famous Dublin Horse Show. RDS President Bernie Brennan and RDS Show Director Pat Hanly talk about the importance of the Show to every corner of Ireland.Speaking about the magazine, Editor Isabel Hurley said; “We are just weeks away from one of the greatest Horse Shows on earth, here on our doorstep in the heart of our capital city. Spinning off almost €50m into the Irish economy – an incredible €10m a day – the iconic Dublin Horse Show is one of Ireland’s best loved events. Combining top show jumping action such as the famous Aga Khan Nations Cup, the hugely popular Puissance wall jumping and the Longines Dublin Grand Prix with fashion, children’s ponies and fun, our Dublin Horse Show magazine has it all and showcases the €700m Irish Sport Horse industry which creates vital rural employment to the tune of over 13,000 jobs across every tiny parish in Ireland.”For further information on this interview and The Irish Field Dublin Horse Show Magazine or to request an interview with Editor Isabel Hurley, please contact Maeve Barry at or call 087 6464075. Pippa & Cian O’Connor talk business strategies, working together and their love of the Dublin Horse Show Tags: Home  »  General  »  Pippa & Cian O’Connor talk business strategies, working together and their love of the Dublin Horse Show 24 July 2017, 18:01last_img read more

Regina Hall joins “black-ish” star Marsai Martin in “Little”

first_img Related Photo by Marcus Ingram/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — Regina Hall has booked her latest film project.According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hall has joined the cast of Little. The film, starring and executive-produced by black-ish star Marsai Martin, will also be executive -roduced by Hall with Girls Trip producer Will Packer and black-ish creator Kenya Barris to produce.Hall joins Issa Rae in the cast.The comedy, based on an original idea from Martin, follows a woman who “gets the chance to relive the carefree life as her younger self” when adulthood becomes too much for her to manage. At this time, Hall and Rae’s characters are unknown.Little hits theaters September 20, 2019. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img

Flames-Capitals preview

first_imgPlease follow and like us: 11-20       Flames   (11-8)     at      Capitals    (11-9-1)TV:   NBC Sports WashingtonLast game for Calgary:   5-4 win at PhiladelphiaSean Monahan-Hat Trick and assistJohnny Gaudreau-Goal and 2 assistsT.J. Brodie and Kris Versteeg-2 assistsLast game for Washington:  3-1 win vs MinnesotaEvgeny Kuznetsov and T.J. Oshie- Goal and assist eachDmitry Orlov-goalBraden Holtby 30 savesNotes for the Capitals- The Capitals have scored an average of 2.81 goals per game, which ranks 22nd in the NHL.  Washington has also given up an average of 3.14 goals per game, which is 11th-worst.  In other words, they are giving up more goals than they are scoring. The team currently ranks 28th in the NHL in shots taken per game, at 29.3. Ovechkin played in his 941st NHL Game on November 16 against the Colorado Avalanche, passing Kelly Miller for third for Games Played with the Caps.last_img read more