Lamar Cardinals Fall in FCS Opening Round

first_imgIt didn’t take long for the Cardinals to silence the crowd and create a trivia question for years the come. The first LU touchdown in FCS playoff history came on the second play from scrimmage Colbert found sophomore Kirkland Banks down the far sideline and Banks turned up field untouched for 73 yards and the score. It took LU just 37 seconds to put points on the board. The Cardinals finished the opening half of action with 217 total yards of offense, including 160 through the air. Colbert completed 9-of-16 (.563) passes for 160 yards and two scores in the opening 30 minutes. UNI finished the opening half with 201 yards, 135 of which came on the ground. “Like I told the team in the locker room, in a very short period of time you have learned to compete on a national level when no one else believed in you,” said LU head coach Mike Schultz. “Now we have to learn to win on a national level. I speak for our whole staff when I say I couldn’t be prouder of these guys. Northern Iowa is a great football team and we came up just a bit short.” “I’ve never been one to blame an individual,” said Schultz. “We never should have put Elvin (Martinez) in that position. I believe Darrel Colbert will agree with me that that falls on the offense. We should’ve taken it down and got the touchdown.” The Cardinals close out their historic campaign with just their second winning season since the program’s return (7-5), and just the fifth winning season in the past 30 years. Big Red proved they could score without the use of a quick strike on their next. The Cardinals marched the ball 75 yards down the field on 11 plays which set up a 25-yard pass from Colbert to junior Case Robinson all alone in the back corner of the end zone for a 13-3 advantage. Colbert’s ability to scramble when the pocket started to collapse set up the play allowing Robinson to find a gap in the Panthers’ defense. Facing 4th-and-15 from their own 30, Schultz dialed up one of the gutsiest calls of his career. LU snapped the ball to Brandon Arnold who rambled 23 yards – included breaking one tackle – to gain the first down. After a 28-yard completion from Colbert to junior Jawun Ruffin on the next play LU appeared to be in business, but the Red and White coughed up the ball on the next play. The Cards finished the day with 417 yards of total offense and outgained their hosts by 71 yards on the day. Senior Darrel Colbert, Jr. led the offense completing 14 passes for 268 yards and two scores. Sophomore Myles Wanza led the ground attack with 14 carries for 85 yards.center_img The Panthers appeared to answer right back with a 35-yard TD pass, but the play was negated due to a penalty and the Panthers were forced to punt it away, but the Cards couldn’t take advantage and punted it right back. After forcing the Cardinals to punt the ball away late in the first quarter, UNI put together a drive moving the ball deep into LU territory before the drive stalled and they were forced to settle for a 44-yard Austin Errthum field goal to trim the lead to seven, 13-6, with 8:16 remaining in the half. The Cardinals appeared to make the first big break of the second half. With UNI starting a drive inside their own 20, Dedrick Garner batted a pass in the air which Chaston Brooks hauled in. Unfortunately, the Cardinals had to settle for a 42-yard field goal attempt, but it was pushed wide right. The Panthers took their first lead of the game with 13:09 remaining in the contest when Errthum booted a 35-yard field goal just minutes later. CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – Lamar University came up just short in their first NCAA FCS playoff appearance dropping a 16-13 decision at Northern Iowa Saturday in the UNI Dome. The Cardinals had two field goals miss their mark in the final 30 minutes which wound up being the difference in a game that saw only three points scored in the second half. The Cardinals held the advantage until less than two minutes remaining when Eli Dunne found Jalen Rima open down the far sideline for a 32-yard scoring strike to tie the game at 13. With less than a minute remaining in the half the Cardinals went for the lead heading into the locker room but Colbert’s pass was picked off in the end zone to send the game into the locker room all knotted at 13. The Cardinals got the ball back late and drove it down the UNI 19-yard line to set up 36-yard field goal, but the kick sailed wide right. UNI’s offense was able to run the clock down under 30 seconds before punting it away, and their defense held to pick up the victory. Unfortunately, UNI responded immediately.  UNI’s Deion McShane took the ensuing kickoff 59 yards which set up a 21-yard field goal just moments later.last_img read more

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Madrid routs Plzen, keeps thriving under coach Solari

first_imgWill you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? LATEST STORIES Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Real forward Karim Benzema, left, celebrates after scoring his side’s third goal during the Champions League group G soccer match between Real Madrid and Viktoria Plzen at the Doosan arena in Pilsen, Czech Republic, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)PLZEN, Czech Republic—Santiago Solari’s chances of staying in charge of Real Madrid keep getting better.Solari’s resurgent Madrid routed Viktoria Plzen 5-0 in the Champions League on Wednesday, winning its third straight match in all competition since the interim coach took over to replace the fired Julen Lopetegui.ADVERTISEMENT Madrid and Roma can both seal a place in the knockout stage with one win from their final two games.Czech champion Viktoria Plzen, playing in the group stage for the first time since 2013, stayed on one point and was eliminated.Madrid had struggled in a 2-1 win over Viktoria Plzen at home in the team’s second-to-last match under Lopetegui, who was eventually fired after a demoralizing 5-1 loss to Barcelona at Camp Nou Stadium.Madrid has outscored opponents 11-0 with former player Solari. The Spanish team lost five of its last seven matches with Lopetegui, conceding 13 goals and scoring four.The Czech hosts started well and almost opened the scoring when Madrid defender Nacho Fernandez deflected a ball onto the crossbar.ADVERTISEMENT Madrid struggled to control the game until Benzema’s superb goal in the 21st minute. The French striker entered the area and cleared three defenders before sending a low shot underneath goalkeeper Ales Hruska.“I play football to make history,” said Benzema, who now has 201 goals with Madrid. “Sometimes people don’t really understand what I do on the pitch. I’m there to help my teammates as well as score goals. For me the important thing always is winning.”It got better still for Madrid when Casemiro, in his 50th Champions League appearance, added to the lead two minutes later with a header from a corner. Benzema netted his second goal with a header after being set up by Gareth Bale, and the Wales forward found the net in the 40th from inside the area. Kroos closed the scoring with a second-half lob over Hruska after a pass by substitute Vinicius Junior, the young Brazilian who was making his Champions League debut.“It was hard blow for our confidence and it was difficult to cope with it,” Viktoria Plzen coach Pavel Vrba said.Solari, a former Argentina and Madrid midfielder, took over the main squad after coaching Madrid’s “B” team in recent years. Former Chelsea coach Antonio Conte and Belgium manager Roberto Martinez were touted as possible replacements for Lopetegui, but talks about them faded significantly after Solari put the team back on track.Madrid routed third-division club Melilla 4-0 in Solari’s debut, then defeated Valladolid to halt the team’s five-match winless streak in the Spanish league.Solari left Luka Modric on the bench on Wednesday, starting with Dani Ceballos in midfield along with Kroos and Casemiro. In attack, he used Lucas Vazquez to play with Benzema and Bale. He also played with Thibaut Courtois in goal, instead of Keylor Navas, who had been starting in Champions League matches.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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But players didn’t hide that they are behind the former Madrid player.“Why not?” Benzema said. “We are doing well with him, he should stay until the end of the season. He is a great coach. We are playing with more confidence.” View comments Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Ajax holds Benfica to 1-1 draw in Champions League Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anewlast_img read more

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Trial into “Bread Man” murder to commence soon

first_imgThe High Court trial for the 2017 murder of Andre Alexander, also known as “Bread Man”, is expected to commence on June 12, 2019, as a 12-member jury was on Monday empanelled before Justice Navindra Singh at the Demerara High Court.Facing the indictment for the capital offence of murder are 22-year-old Shaquille Grant, called “Soldier Man” of Lot 345 B Field, Sophia, Greater Georgetown and his alleged accomplice, Neville Ford.Dead: Andre Alexander22-year-old Shaquille GrantAccused: Neville FordThe charge read to them detailed that on May 5, 2017 in the county of Demerara, they murdered Alexander in furtherance of a robbery.The two accused denied the charge and are being represented by Attorney Nigel Hughes in association with Ashley Henry and Adrian Thompson respectively.The State’s case is being led by Prosecutor Teriq Mohammed, in association with Sarah Martin and Tuanna Hardy.According to media reports at the time, Alexander, of Lot 394 C Field, Sophia, and his wife were at their bread stand when two men on a CG motorcycle rode up and ordered three loaves of bread, paying with a $5000 note.The now dead man was reportedly in the process of making change when the pillion rider whipped out a gun and demanded that the father of two hand over his cash.Alexander reportedly put up a fight and in retaliation, the suspect discharged two rounds, one of which struck the vendor to the chest.The bandits then relieved the injured man of an undisclosed sum of cash and bread before making good their escape.Residents rushed to the scene and found the man lying in a pool of blood. He was picked up and taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital, where he succumbed while receiving medical attention.last_img read more

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Verratti apologises to PSG over transfer talk

first_img0Shares0000Paris Saint-Germain’s Italian midfielder Marco Verratti, whose contract runs until 2021, has been linked to Barcelona throughout the summer © MM/AFP/File / MIGUEL MEDINAPARIS, France, Jul 8 – Italian international midfielder Marco Verratti has apologised to Paris Saint-Germain officials and fans in a video posted by the Ligue 1 side over the furore whipped up by his desire to leave the club.“I’ve been here for five years, and if I’ve become a good player it’s thanks to Paris Saint-Germain, who believed in me from the start. That’s why I apologise,” the 24-year-old said as he resumed training with his French club on Friday. Verratti, whose contract runs until 2021, has been linked to Barcelona throughout the summer and club president Josep Maria Bartomeu told Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo of his frustrations at running into a PSG roadblock.“Verratti is a player who interests us,” said Bartomeu. “The technical staff believe he is good enough to play for Barcelona.“We know the player is bowled over by the prospect of coming to Barca.“But when you ring PSG and you talk to their president (Nasser Al-Khelaifi), he says to us that he is not for sale and that they don’t have a release clause.”Verratti’s agent Donato Di Campli also told Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport that Qatar’s Khelaifi sees Verratti as the cornerstone of a PSG side of the future and would never be forgiven in Doha if he released him.“Marco Verratti is a prisoner of the Emir,” he said, in the hope of forcing the PSG president to sell his most prized asset.Verratti, however, distanced himself from his agent’s comments.“I also saw this morning (Friday) another statement from my agent,” Verratti said.“I wanted to tell everyone that these are not my thoughts, not my words,” he continued. “He (Di Campli) works for me, and I want to apologise to the club, supporters, the people who work here.“(My agent) messed up this statement. As I said it’s not what I think, I hope that there won’t be anything like this again.“We started preparing for the season and I’m very happy to start a new season and to come back to the club, my team-mates, my coach and everyone. I know that the club has a lot of confidence in me.”Earlier Friday PSG said on its website that Verratti had resumed training, with the team’s first match of the season in the Champions’ Trophy against Monaco on July 29, before they start their Ligue 1 campaign on August 5.“The number 6 of the capital club completed a training session alongside the other members of the group before carrying out a specific training,” the statement said.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Sanchez admits mental exhaustion amid poor Utd start

first_img0Shares0000Sanchez has managed just one goal in his first 10 appearances since arriving at Old Trafford and revealed he expected better of himself after his January move.LONDON, United Kingdom, Mar 23 – Alexis Sanchez has admitted to struggling with mental exhaustion after a disappointing start to life at Manchester United.Sanchez has managed just one goal in his first 10 appearances since arriving at Old Trafford and revealed he expected better of himself after his January move. After four years at Arsenal, Sanchez has found it hard to adapt to his new club and was dropped to the bench for last weekend’s FA Cup quarter-final victory over Brighton.He is currently on international duty with Chile, despite initially asking to miss Saturday’s friendly against Sweden, and the 29-year-old appears to be in need of rest.Sanchez posted a message on Instagram which read: “I know you are tired. I know you are psychologically and emotionally exhausted. But you have to smile and continue.”The United forward told the Chilean media on Thursday: “The change of club was something that was very abrupt – it was the first time I’ve changed clubs in January – but many things have happened in my life that are difficult.”He added: “As I am self-demanding, I expected something better. After my arrival at United, it was hard to change everything very quickly. I even hesitated to come here [to Sweden].”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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‘City were the best choice’ – Juventus star reveals reasons behind surprise Blues move

first_imgItalian maestro Andrea Pirlo has admitted the challenge of a move to MLS side New York City proved hard to turn down.The veteran World Cup winner was heavily linked with Chelsea this summer but opted against moving to the Premier League for the first time in his careerThe 36-year-old, who still had one year left to run on his Bianconeri contract, decided his “cycle was over” at Juventus and insisted he could not see himself playing for another club in Europe.“I needed a new challenge, and the City were the best choice,” Pirlo said.“I had four fantastic years [at Juventus] where we started from scratch and built a winning team which achieved tremendous success. I hope to do that here in New York too.”The midfield magician, who completed his free transfer switch to the Big Apple on Monday, added: “I was sad to leave, but we all have to make choices in life, and it was the right time to leave Italy, I’d played with the best teams (Inter, Milan and Juve) and I didn’t see myself in another shirt.” 1 Italy midfield maestro Andrea Pirlo last_img read more

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Leader hunt expanded by Muroc board

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsThe superintendent search will remain open to district employees. The deadline to apply is May 26, and the board will meet May 31 to screen applicants and pick which ones they want to interview. Muroc has 2,300 students at seven schools in Boron and North Edwards and at Edwards Air Force Base. The board at Wednesday’s meeting came up with a list of desired qualifications for a superintendent, including a master’s degree, or equivalent coursework and experience; a California administrative credential for grades kindergarten through grade 12; a minimum of three years of teaching experience; a minimum of five years administrative experience; and familiarity with the federal impact aid program. Muroc receives federal impact aid to provide a source of revenue because the 301,000-acre base and its residents are exempt from local taxes. Candidates also must “desire to work in a small remote district, obtain respect in local communities, and lead these communities in their efforts to maintain and improve the quality of education in their schools,” the job posting said. karen.maeshiro@dailynews.com (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE – Muroc Joint Unified School District’s search for a new superintendent will be expanded to include applicants from outside the school district. Trustees initially sought applicants from among district employees, drawing two applicants: one has since decided to leave the district and the other has withdrawn from consideration, trustees said. “This is the time for hiring people right now. If we postponed that any further, we might lose the opportunity for people who are looking now,” board president Chuck James said. “To start over now and ask (district) people to turn in resumes and go through those and still wonder what was outside, that would be a lost window of opportunity.” The board is seeking to replace Superintendent Mike Summerbell, who is retiring in August after 11 years at Muroc and two years in the top post. last_img read more

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Liverpool 0-0 Manchester City player ratings: Jurgen Klopp’s men rated and slated

first_img gameday cracker REVEALED Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp talks to his team from the sideline. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won REAL DEAL 4 deals Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star shining no dice silverware tense REVEALED center_img Andrew Robertson 6/10Started extremely well and nearly got in behind the Man City backline early on but still seems to leave a little too much space behind himself. Overall, it was a good display though.Dejan Lovren – 8/10Should have given away a penalty for his kick on Sergio Aguero but then pulled out a superb defensive display. Fans were worried prior to kick off but needn’t have been as he truly impressed.Virgil van Dijk – 7/10A solid day was about to be marred but, thankfully for the big Dutchman, Riyad Mahrez slammed the penalty he gave away well over the crossbar.Jordan Henderson – 5/10An average display from the under-fire Liverpool midfielder, he really is nothing amazing, especially with his sloppy passing, but his energy and positioning can get him out of a hole. Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Roberto Firmino – 4/10The Brazilian looked really off the boil and didn’t manage a single shot during the match and even his off the ball work looks to be experiencing a downturn.Sadio Mane – 5/10Could have seen red for his kick out at Fernandinho and just like the rest of the Liverpool forward line, barely troubled Manchester City in the correct areas.SubstitutesNaby Keita – 5/10After all the talk following his move from RB Leipzig, he’s not quite living up to the expectation and was off the pace against Man City.Daniel Sturridge – 6/10Looked handy when he came on and threatened the Man City backline, it won’t be too long before he’s starting ahead of Roberto Firmino at this rate. To hold the title holders to a stalemate is no mean feat so the defence certainly did the business but elsewhere on the pitch Jurgen Klopp’s side were lacking.Given their current form, anyone from the Liverpool front three could lose their starting role – even Mohamed Salah.But how did talkSPORT.com rate the Reds stars? Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January Liverpool earned a 0-0 draw with Premier League champions Manchester City thanks to Riyad Mahrez’s terrible penalty.The Reds didn’t threaten their opponents too much at Anfield but still came away with a share of the spoils, which could be vital come the end of the season. Alisson – 6/10Hardly tested fully by Manchester City and hit some excellent passes too, he does still look capable of a mistake due to his positioning though, with Riyad Mahrez failing to realise how far away the Brazilian was from his near post in one opening.Joe Gomez – 7/10Having struggled at right-back last season, he put in a fine display there today. He’s getting stronger by the game and is becoming key for the Reds thanks to his versatility. huge blow 4 Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City 4 James Milner – 4/10Substituted after 29 minutes but already wasn’t at his best with just a 63 per cent passing accuracy.Georginio Wijnaldum – 7/10Some may find him lacking in creativity but he did almost everything right in a solid but unspectacular performance.Mohamed Salah – 5/10A real fits and starts showing where he posed plenty of threat but looks to have lost his mojo in front of goal with only one of his three shots on target and even that went down Ederson’s throat. 4 Latest Premier League Newslast_img read more

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Fodder Import Support to help Donegal farmers after difficult winter

first_imgOver €1.5 million has been allocated towards the introduction of a Fodder Import Support measure, Fine Gael TD Joe McHugh has said.The measure will operate through the dairy Co-operatives and will cover fodder imported by the co-ops from 5th April 2018 to 30th April 2018. Support under the measure will substantially alleviate the cost to farmers of imported fodder (approximately one third).Mr McHugh, Government Chief Whip and Minister for the Irish language, Gaeltacht and the Islands, said: “This has been a long difficult winter and late spring that we are now emerging from, resulting in great pressures on the whole farming community. “This scheme announced my Fine Gael colleague, the Minister for Agriculture Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, will support the importation of up to 20,000 tons of fodder into the country.“The actual beneficiaries will be farmers who urgently need supplies of fodder.“This initial allocation will continue until the 30th of April and is being operated through the co-operative structure and other approved importers. The scheme will be kept under ongoing review until the current crises is over.“The Agriculture and Food sector is a strategic priority for Fine Gael. We recognise that farm families are the heartbeat of the rural economy and our vision for the sector will inspire the next generation to continue the tradition of family farming.” “Application forms and terms and conditions will be made available through the Co-ops and on the Department’s website.“Farmers should contact their local participating co-op indicating their intention to purchase and volume of fodder requested.“The Department will pay the participating Co-op a standard contribution towards the cost of transport which in turn will be reflected in the ultimate price to the farmer. This transport contribution to the import cost will amount to approximately one third of the total cost of the fodder.“A full list of participating Co-ops will be made available on the Department’s website, or from ICOS,” Fine Gael TD Joe McHugh said. Visit: www.agriculture.gov.ie/farmerschemespayments/fodderimportsupportmeasure2018/Fodder Import Support to help Donegal farmers after difficult winter was last modified: April 12th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:agriculturefarmingfodder supportlast_img read more

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Overcrowding fears at Letterkenny halting site

first_imgDONEGAL COUNTY Council has been granted Circuit Court orders to remove unauthorised occupants from a Letterkenny halting some.Concerns were raised by the Chief Fire Officer about overcrowding, which prompted the action. Donegal County Council brought the matter to Letterkenny Circuit Court against Francis Crumlish, Dana Crumlish and Tom McDonagh, all of Canal Road Group Housing Scheme, Neil T Blaney Road, Letterkenny.The halting site has seven halts and eight houses, all of which have approved tenants.Gareth McGrory, BL, for Donegal County Council., said the site was ‘under strain with over occupancy’.“What has happened is a developing problem,” Mr McGrory said.“Unauthorised tenants turn up, park their caravans and occupy it. Significant fire safety concerns have been expressed.”Ms Dana Crumlish, speaking in court, said she resided at the address for eight years. Gardaí, she said, had seized her caravan and she had been placed in a house in Letterkenny. “I got my van back from the guards and released to the site,” Ms Crumlish who has two sons, aged 17 and 15, said.In October, Judge Eoin Garavan granted an order preventing the defendants from occupying the lands, but put a stay on the order to allow residents engage with DCC in an attempt to find emergency accommodation.Judge John Aylmer said he was not going to look behind the order made by Judge Garavan.“He has taken the view that an order should be granted in favour of the Council,” Judge Aylmer said.“He put a stay to allow them to engage with the Council for alternative accommodation. This is not a court of appeal. If you want to appeal, your will have to go to the High Court.”The defendants outlined a willingness to engage with the Council.Ms Crumlish said she did not want to leave the site. She claimed to have been offered accommodation for only one night and for one child, which was not suitable to her.Mr McGrory said he believed the defendants did not reside there on a permanent basis.“They come and go,” he told the Court.Judge Aylmer said Ms Crumlish would have to ‘haunt the place’ (the Council offices) looking for alternative accommodation.Overcrowding fears at Letterkenny halting site was last modified: November 25th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal County CouncilHalting SiteJudge John AylmerletterkennyLetterkenny Circuit Courtlast_img read more

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