Football – Soccer Superfly XP http://soccersuperflyxp.com/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 04:17:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/favicon-14-150x150.png Football – Soccer Superfly XP http://soccersuperflyxp.com/ 32 32 Local child with Down syndrome scores during soccer game https://soccersuperflyxp.com/local-child-with-down-syndrome-scores-during-soccer-game/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 03:34:00 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/local-child-with-down-syndrome-scores-during-soccer-game/ JENA, Louisiana (KALB) – A simple play at a local youth football game in central Louisiana turned into a moment no one will soon forget. The crowd cheered 10-year-old Zade Rutledge as his teammates and coaches helped him rush into the end zone. Zane was born with Down syndrome but has never let that obstacle […]]]>

JENA, Louisiana (KALB) – A simple play at a local youth football game in central Louisiana turned into a moment no one will soon forget.

The crowd cheered 10-year-old Zade Rutledge as his teammates and coaches helped him rush into the end zone. Zane was born with Down syndrome but has never let that obstacle or a defender stop him from scoring.

“Most kids with Down syndrome don’t play sports and don’t do what he does,” said Zade’s father, Heath Rutledge. “The few who do, experience what he is going through. He hopes he will remember it all his life. »

From an early age, Zade tackled Down syndrome head-on, from horseback riding at six months to playing sports from age three. But what is perhaps most special is that he did it alongside his twin brother Zane.

“Most people don’t really notice that side of Down syndrome, so for everyone it means a lot,” Zade and Zane’s mother Chasity said.

The two brothers now play together at the Bayou Mountain Rams team in Jena, where they have a new group of brothers who have all treated Zade as one of their own. Team coach Blake Davidson said he knew Zade just wanted to be treated like everyone else.

“I love Zade because I’m such a serious person when it comes to it and he brings the light I need to calm me down,” Davidson said. “While I’m delivering my best message, Zade is playing duck, duck and goose, and I have to realize that’s what this is all about.”

Zade’s team makes sure he finds a way to get into the end zone and make a tackle every game. In the ultimate sign of sportsmanship, the two teams come together to help create a memorable moment for the Rutledge family.

In just minutes around Zade, he has an infectious smile, unparalleled energy and a desire to score that touches the heart for all who see.

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Five takeaways from No. 3 Ohio State’s 52-21 win over Wisconsin https://soccersuperflyxp.com/five-takeaways-from-no-3-ohio-states-52-21-win-over-wisconsin/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 23:49:12 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/five-takeaways-from-no-3-ohio-states-52-21-win-over-wisconsin/ Fireworks go off at Ohio Stadium as the No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes run onto the field ahead of their 52-21 victory over Wisconsin on September 24. Credit: Zachary Rilley | photo editor The Buckeyes started the Big Ten game on Saturday, and they did so without too much trouble against a Wisconsin team that […]]]>

Fireworks go off at Ohio Stadium as the No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes run onto the field ahead of their 52-21 victory over Wisconsin on September 24. Credit: Zachary Rilley | photo editor

The Buckeyes started the Big Ten game on Saturday, and they did so without too much trouble against a Wisconsin team that consistently remains near the top of the conference.

No. 3 Ohio State fell in the opening draw for the first time this season, but they raced ahead, scoring on the game’s first practice and not allowing the Badgers to get away. catch up in their 52-21 win.

Third-year quarterback CJ Stroud threw for five touchdowns for the second straight game, passing former gunslingers Bobby Hoying and Joe Germaine and ranking third among Ohio State quarterbacks with 60 scores through the air.

Stroud’s performance contributed to Ohio State’s 539 total offensive yards, while Buckeye’s defense held Wisconsin to 296 yards, which marked the third time they held opponents under 300 in four games this season.

Here are five takeaways from the Buckeyes’ 52-21 win over the Badgers.

The buckeyes are banged

Defensive coordinator Jim Knowles acknowledged the Buckeyes would enter the season with nicks and bruises at the cornerback, and their depth was tested at the position on Saturday.

Ohio State has listed graduate cornerback Cameron Brown as unavailable, and sophomore cornerback Denzel Burke had a cast on his right hand, meaning he wouldn’t play either.

In their place, sophomore JK Johnson and freshman Jyaire Brown made the first starts of their careers, combining for five tackles while the latter recorded a pass breakup. Brown was also flagged for a personal foul, but he and Johnson helped limit Badgers junior quarterback Graham Mertz to 94 passing yards.

At wide receiver, third-year Jaxon Smith-Njigba missed his second game of the season as he continues to recover from a leg injury originally suffered against the then No. 1. 5 Notre Dame when the season opens on September 3.

Sophomore running back TreVeyon Henderson showed no limits with a foot problem that held him to four carries against Toledo on Sept. 17, leading the Buckeyes with 21 carries and 121 yards.

Defense takes steps to meet high standards

Before the season, head coach Ryan Day said he expected the Ohio State defense to finish in the top 10 in college football.

Knowles upped the ante in the preseason, saying he wanted a top-5 defense. The Buckeyes have emerged from Week 4 as No. 18 in total defense among NCAA teams, averaging 238 yards allowed per game so far.

Wisconsin threw for 73 yards or less in each of the first three quarters on Saturday, then went for 123 yards in the fourth quarter largely on a 75-yard rushing touchdown by sophomore running back Braelon Allen.

Ohio State held opponents within 300 yards on offense three times last season, and the Buckeyes have done so many times in four games in 2022.

Graduate cornerback Tanner McCalister, who returned against the Badgers after missing the game against Toledo, landed his first interception as a Buckeye on Mertz’ first pass attempt in the first quarter, allowing Ohio State to hold a 14-0 lead less than seven minutes later. the game.

The Badgers rushed for 192 yards and amassed 104 through the air. Aside from Allen’s big run in the fourth quarter, Ohio State allowed only one rush for 10+ yards and three passing plays of 15+ yards.

Fourth-year linebacker Tommy Eichenberg anchored the first seven behind 14 tackles, including two for loss. He helped limit Wisconsin to 5.3 yards per play, and the Buckeyes started conference play with a defensive win.

Ball carriers remain “altruistic”, achieve a feat not achieved since the 2020 season

Henderson and third-year running back Miyan Williams each eclipsed 100 rushing yards on Saturday, becoming the first Buckeye duo to do so since former quarterback Justin Fields and running back Trey Sermon at Michigan State on Dec. 5 2020.

Williams capped the first drive of the game with a 2-yard rushing touchdown and then added a 3-yard score with 13:33 left in the second quarter.

Day said Henderson and Williams could each go “back and forth” thanks to their “altruistic” attitudes. Freshman running back Dallan Hayden also had eight carries for 31 yards on Saturday, a week after rushing for 108 yards as well as a touchdown while crediting Henderson and Williams for helping him adapt to football at the college level.

Ohio State is third in the Big Ten behind an average of nearly 220 rushing yards per game, and its top two rushers are the conference’s No. 10 and 11 in total rushing yards with 318 and 308 for Henderson and Williams. , respectively.

Stover isn’t the typical Buckeye tight end – and it’s proven to be productive

Fourth-year tight end Cade Stover has already entered the season in an atypical fashion, joining Buckeye’s offense after spending most of his career at Ohio State as a linebacker and defensive end.

Against Toledo in Week 3, Stover rushed for 83 yards on three receptions.

Stover found the end zone slipping away from him in the first three games of the season against Wisconsin.

Two plays after McCalister’s interception, Stroud rolled to his left after receiving the snap in shotgun formation. He turned to his right where he threw to Stover, who caught the pass near the nine-yard line and bent down on a tackle attempt that sent him into the end zone for the first career touchdown from Buckeye.

Stover scored his second touchdown out of lineup I on Ohio State’s next practice and finished with 51 receiving yards on four catches.

Day said he’s proud of Stover’s role in Buckeye’s offense, which currently ranks him third among Ohio State’s receivers with 188 receiving yards.

Stroud shows he’s human but still a candidate for Heisman

With less than a minute remaining in the first half, Stroud knocked down second-year wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. and Badgers senior safety John Torchio intercepted the ball.

It was Stroud’s first interception of the season and one of his few errors in the first four games of the campaign.

Wisconsin gained control of the ball in vain, gaining seven yards and being held on one of its four three outs in the game.

Stroud seemingly shook off the error and threw for 134 yards in the second half, highlighted by three touchdowns. He completed a season low with 63% of his passes, but averaged 16.5 yards per completion, finding four receivers and assisting three of them to score a touchdown.

Stroud is tied with 16 passing touchdowns for most in college football, sits No. 12 with 1,222 passing yards and No. 20 with a 70.5 completion percentage so far this season. His 207.54 passing efficiency leads the Big Ten and is second in the NCAA, showing he’s in contention to be college football’s top quarterback after finishing No. 4 in Heisman Trophy voting there. one year old.

The Ohio State quarterback is very different from last season, as Stroud took over as the starter in 2021 without recording a pass attempt at the college level. Over four games this season, he’s showing the progress he’s made that will not only help the Buckeyes fight for a spot in the Big Ten title game, but send them back to New York to attempt the highest. honor of college football in December.

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Kansas football looks for ways to avoid slow starts https://soccersuperflyxp.com/kansas-football-looks-for-ways-to-avoid-slow-starts/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 23:48:45 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/kansas-football-looks-for-ways-to-avoid-slow-starts/ Although the scoreboard showed a Kansas victory at the end of each of the past two games, KU football coach Lance Leipold knows the Jayhawks cannot expect this to continue if they can’t find a way to start faster. Down 14-0 before they could blink against West Virginia and Houston, KU managed to come out […]]]>

Although the scoreboard showed a Kansas victory at the end of each of the past two games, KU football coach Lance Leipold knows the Jayhawks cannot expect this to continue if they can’t find a way to start faster.

Down 14-0 before they could blink against West Virginia and Houston, KU managed to come out of the first two deficits to win both games on the road.

But Leipold, his coaching staff and many of his players have been around long enough to know that going to bed early like that isn’t a recipe for success.

“We have to start better; there’s no doubt about it,” Leipold said this week. “Because one of those moments, you’re not going to get over it and you can’t live like this all the time.”

When asked if he could explain why the Jayhawks have started slowly in recent weeks, Leipold said it was likely the result of several factors. He listed confidence and a lack of aggressive play early on in two of them.

When asked the same question, defensive coordinator Brian Borland said he was unable to put his finger on the problem.

“I don’t know,” Borland said. “I would love to. I know we can’t continue to operate this way.

While eliminating early deficits fell more on the shoulders of the Kansas defense, Leipold said the KU offense could also do its part. Against Houston, Kansas had three outs in the game’s first offensive series, giving Houston the ball with momentum just minutes into the game.

Still, Borland said no matter what the offense does or doesn’t do, it’s the defense’s job to keep opponents from scoring and he knows the Jayhawks need to do a better job in the first quarter.

“We’re trying to think of ways (to identify) what we can do in practice to help ourselves,” Borland said. “And, for me, that’s more attention to detail all the time.”

One thing Borland felt good about, even with the slow starts, is that the Jayhawks’ overall approach and scheme proved to be good.

“Once we kind of got past those first two rides, I felt like we performed better,” he said.

While that reality was communicated to the players — both on game day and in practices — Borland said he was encouraged by what he heard from several defensive players in the times the Jayhawks trailed 14 dots earlier.

“I hear them talking to each other,” he said. “They know what to do. They know we can play better, we need to play better and here is what we need to do. These aren’t really adjustments; it is execution. It’s really just settling in, playing with poise, regaining your composure and just playing.

After two weeks on the road, the Jayhawks return home this weekend to face undefeated Duke at 11 a.m. Saturday at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.

The game was sold out – the first since 2019 and the second in almost 13 years – and it will be televised on FS1.

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Ohio State vs. Wisconsin Football Preview, Prediction https://soccersuperflyxp.com/ohio-state-vs-wisconsin-football-preview-prediction/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 22:51:30 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/ohio-state-vs-wisconsin-football-preview-prediction/ Two interdivisional rivals meet in Columbus as Ohio State hosts Wisconsin in the Big Ten opener in Week 4 of college football on Saturday. Ohio State is perfect through 3 games behind the #1 total offense in college football while Wisconsin already has a costly loss, at home to Washington State, but is playing behind […]]]>

Two interdivisional rivals meet in Columbus as Ohio State hosts Wisconsin in the Big Ten opener in Week 4 of college football on Saturday.

Ohio State is perfect through 3 games behind the #1 total offense in college football while Wisconsin already has a costly loss, at home to Washington State, but is playing behind the 8th best defense from the country.

Here’s what you need to know about this weekend’s game.

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2023 SEC Football Schedule Released Tuesday https://soccersuperflyxp.com/2023-sec-football-schedule-released-tuesday/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 23:09:22 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/2023-sec-football-schedule-released-tuesday/ The 2023 SECOND the football schedule will be announced on Tuesday, beginning at 6:00 p.m. CT on SEC Network. Vanderbilt will once again kick off the season for the SEC, hosting Hawaii in Week 0 on August 26, 2023. LSU and Florida State will play a rematch on Sunday, September 3, this time in Orlando, […]]]>

The 2023 SECOND the football schedule will be announced on Tuesday, beginning at 6:00 p.m. CT on SEC Network.

Vanderbilt will once again kick off the season for the SEC, hosting Hawaii in Week 0 on August 26, 2023. LSU and Florida State will play a rematch on Sunday, September 3, this time in Orlando, Florida. The rest of the league is scheduled to start play on September 2.

SEC teams already know their conference opponents for next year, including their six divisional opponents, their permanent rival and the rotating crossover opponent.

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The rotating cross pairs are Alabama-Kentucky, Arkansas-Florida, Auburn-Vanderbilt, LSU-Missouri, Ole Miss-Georgia, Mississippi State-South Carolina and Tennessee-Texas A&M. SEC West teams will travel to their Eastern opponents in this rotation.

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Results, standings, college football highlights: Ohio State, USC among top 10 teams to sail in Week 3 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/results-standings-college-football-highlights-ohio-state-usc-among-top-10-teams-to-sail-in-week-3/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 06:31:27 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/results-standings-college-football-highlights-ohio-state-usc-among-top-10-teams-to-sail-in-week-3/ Week 3 turned out to be a huge moment for the top 10 college football teams. No. 7 USC improved to 3-0 in Lincoln Riley’s freshman season Saturday night beating Fresno State 45-17 behind a powerful all-around offensive offense. Quarterback Caleb Williams threw for 284 yards and two touchdowns, while running backs Travis Dye and […]]]>

Week 3 turned out to be a huge moment for the top 10 college football teams. No. 7 USC improved to 3-0 in Lincoln Riley’s freshman season Saturday night beating Fresno State 45-17 behind a powerful all-around offensive offense. Quarterback Caleb Williams threw for 284 yards and two touchdowns, while running backs Travis Dye and Austin Jones each scored touchdowns and exceeded 100 rushing yards. The hot start to Riley’s tenure marks the first time USC has scored at least 40 points in the first three games of the season since 2005 — the year the Trojans faced Texas for the national championship.

Fresno State star quarterback Jake Haener had to be ejected early in the third quarter after suffering a leg injury when he was sacked by USC’s Solomon Byrd. The Bulldogs trailed just 21-10 at the time, but losing the All-Mountain West interpreter proved to be an insurmountable loss.

While USC’s performance was impressive, the best offensive outing for a top-10 team on Saturday belonged to No. 3 Ohio State. The Buckeyes had 763 yards — the second most in school history — and 36 first downs in a 77-21 rout of Toledo. Quarterback CJ Stroud threw for five touchdowns and the receiving trio of Emeka Egbuka, Jayden Ballard and Marvin Harrison Jr. each exceeded 100 receiving yards.

While every top 10 team in action in Week 3 won by double digits, there was plenty of drama across the sport as No. 11 Michigan State, No. 12 BYU and No. 13 Miami each lost. Check out the full dashboard summarizing the action below.

College football results, schedule: week 3

No. 6 Oklahoma 49, Nebraska 14 — Recap, Takeout
No. 1 Georgia 48, South Carolina 7 – Recap, Takeout
No. 4 Michigan 59, UConn 0 — Recap
No. 22 Penn State 41, Auburn 12 — Recap, Takeout
#25 Oregon 41, #12 BYU 20 — Summary
No. 2 Alabama 63, Louisiana-Monroe 7 — Summary
No. 3 Ohio State 77, Toledo 21 — Recap
No. 10 Arkansas 38, State of Missouri 27 –Summary
Washington 39, No. 11 Michigan State 28 — Recap
No. 5 Clemson 40, UTSA 28 — Recap
No. 21 Texas 41, UTSA 20 — Summary
No. 24 Texas A&M 17, No. 13 Miami 9 – Recap, Takeout
No. 7 USC 45, State of Fresno 17 — Summary
Check out the full Week 3 Scoreboard

Discover them…

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NFL DFS, Chargers vs Chiefs: DraftKings and FanDuel Daily Fantasy football picks for Thursday Night Football https://soccersuperflyxp.com/nfl-dfs-chargers-vs-chiefs-draftkings-and-fanduel-daily-fantasy-football-picks-for-thursday-night-football/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 22:57:45 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/nfl-dfs-chargers-vs-chiefs-draftkings-and-fanduel-daily-fantasy-football-picks-for-thursday-night-football/ Justin Herbert’s 279 passing yards might have been less than expected in the Chargers’ season opener, but his three touchdown passes still helped him achieve an excellent fantasy performance. Herbert will try for another big performance in Week 2 when the Chargers travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs, but is he the […]]]>

Justin Herbert’s 279 passing yards might have been less than expected in the Chargers’ season opener, but his three touchdown passes still helped him achieve an excellent fantasy performance. Herbert will try for another big performance in Week 2 when the Chargers travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs, but is he the QB you want to anchor in your Thursday Night NFL DFS football rosters? Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen (hamstring) is out this week, but DeAndre Carter stepped in and finished with three catches for 64 yards and a touchdown last Sunday. Should you target him as part of your NFL DFS strategy? Before making NFL DFS picks for Chiefs vs Chargers, be sure to Learn NFL DFS tips, strategy and stacks from SportsLine Fantasy Daily Expert Mike McClure.

McClure is a legendary DFS professional player with over $2 million in career earnings. His methodology has led to huge wins on FanDuel and DraftKings. He won two high-stakes tournaments on FanDuel in 2020 and recorded two top 10 finishes in tournaments with over 130,000 participants on DraftKings. His rosters have also finished in the top 1% in over a dozen other tournaments.

It uses a powerful prediction model that simulates every instant NFL action, taking into account factors such as games, statistical trends, and injuries. This allows him to find the best DFS values ​​which he only shares with SportsLine members.

Now, McClure has turned his attention to Thursday Night Football and has locked down his top daily fantasy football picks. You can only see them by going to SportsLine.

Top NFL DFS picks for Chargers vs. Chiefs

One of McClure’s top NFL DFS picks for Thursday is Chargers running back Austin Ekeler. After starting his career as a third back, Ekeler became the workhorse of the Los Angeles backfield. He is coming off an incredible season in which he produced 1,558 yards from scrimmage and scored 20 times. In Week 1 against the Raiders, he touched the ball on 18 of 33 offensive snaps he played and drove in for 72 yards from scrimmage.

Ekeler caught four catches last week and has now produced at least three receptions in 15 of the last 16 games he has played. This level of involvement in the passing game makes him a top option for the NFL’s everyday fantasy football rosters. His use near the goal line and quickness in the short area also make him one of the most positive plays in Thursday’s NFL DFS roster.

Part of McClure’s optimal NFL DFS strategy also includes lining up Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams. The six-year-old vet should see an increase in volume this week with Allen out. Williams only finished Week 1 with two receptions for 10 yards, but he set the Chiefs on fire in the first game between the two last season, when he had seven receptions for 122 yards and two scores.

Williams had an average target depth of 10.4 yards in two games against Kansas City last year, which could be good news for Fantasy owners with more targets expected on Sunday. Last week, Chiefs starting cornerbacks L’Jarius Sneed and Rashad Fenton saw their defensive assignments catch six of seven targets combined. With Allen out at least this week, Williams should be the focal point of the Chargers’ passing offense, especially in the red zone. See the rest of McClure’s NFL DFS picks here.

How to Set NFL DFS Lineups for Chiefs vs Chargers

McClure is also targeting an undervalued player who is expected to explode in numbers for Thursday Night Football. This choice could be the difference between winning your tournaments and cash games or going home with nothing. You can only see who it is here.

So who does Mike McClure put in his NFL DFS Optimal Lineups for Thursday Night Football? Visit SportsLine now to see NFL DFS Optimal Picks, Rankings, Tips and Stacks, all from a Daily Fantasy Expert with over $2M in Earningsand find out.

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Football coach, players face discipline after alleged incident in Vista High locker room – NBC 7 San Diego https://soccersuperflyxp.com/football-coach-players-face-discipline-after-alleged-incident-in-vista-high-locker-room-nbc-7-san-diego/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 06:31:04 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/football-coach-players-face-discipline-after-alleged-incident-in-vista-high-locker-room-nbc-7-san-diego/ Players and a coach in the Vista High School football program are facing disciplinary action after alleged locker room incidents involving a freshman player sparked school district and law enforcement investigations. Footage of one of the alleged incidents, which the Vista Unified School District and San Diego County Sheriff’s Department confirmed was the focus of […]]]>

Players and a coach in the Vista High School football program are facing disciplinary action after alleged locker room incidents involving a freshman player sparked school district and law enforcement investigations.

Footage of one of the alleged incidents, which the Vista Unified School District and San Diego County Sheriff’s Department confirmed was the focus of their investigations, has been widely shared on social media. It shows student-athletes picking up a 14-year-old boy and carrying him to a room in the locker room and pushing him to the ground.

NBC 7’s Mari Payton has the latest on the investigation.

The alleged victim has not made any sexual assault claims, but Vista Unified School District Superintendent Matt Doyle said the district investigated the possibility. The Sheriff’s Department also said the incident was initially reported as a sexual assault, but determined the nature of the alleged assault was not sexual after speaking with the 14-year-old, his mother , his students and school staff.

Two incidents, one on August 31 and a second on September 1, were reported to the SDSO on September 2, according to the department. The boy in the video was not injured, according to the SDSO.

NBC 7’s Dave Summers spoke to the district superintendent about the investigation and heard the parents’ concerns.

“At this point, I can confirm that the students involved are receiving appropriate sanctions,” Doyle wrote in a letter to the school community sent Tuesday. No further details about student discipline were mentioned, but Doyle’s letter said the Vista High’s head coach was on leave until the district’s investigation is complete.

“I want to get a full read of the climate and conduct that may be taking place among team members,” Doyle wrote in the letter, adding that the coach was furloughed to “provide an environment conducive to reports”.

On Monday evening, Doyle confirmed that a student-athlete charged in the incident was now being investigated by law enforcement for allegations of school shooting threats made on social media.

“We take all threats to our schools seriously. We are in communication with school officials and will continue to work together to ensure a safe environment for students. Sheriff’s deputies will be at the school out of an abundance of caution,” said Lt. Ricardo of the SDSO. said Lopez.

A private investigation into the locker room incident began on Monday, according to Doyle, and deputies are continuing to investigate the alleged incident. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the district’s Human Relations Department or email Private Investigator Howard Fulfrost at hfulfrost@f3law.com.

“I want to assure our school community, all students, families and our staff, that student safety is always a top priority, and in this situation, we will not be deterred from taking appropriate action based on the facts. collected in these investigations,” reads Doyle’s letter.

A parent meeting for the football players’ families is scheduled for 5.30pm on Monday in the school library, at which more details will be provided and questions about the allegations are expected to be answered.

Doyle also cautioned the community against jumping to conclusions while the investigation is ongoing.

“We need to be sensitive to students, families and staff who were not involved in the incident but are negatively impacted by the language of social media. There are many student-athletes on the football team who have absolutely no involvement in this incident and deserve to be treated with respect and kindness,” Doyle said.

On Tuesday afternoon, students and parents protesting outside the school accused the district of being slow to act and not being transparent.

On Monday, Principal David Jaffe sent a letter to parents informing them of the situation and outlining an immediate safety action plan for students. Some of the plans include counseling services and increased daily dressing room monitoring by coaches, with administrative oversight.

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Football fans can’t watch DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket due to website and app crashing • TechCrunch https://soccersuperflyxp.com/football-fans-cant-watch-directvs-nfl-sunday-ticket-due-to-website-and-app-crashing-techcrunch/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 15:13:01 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/football-fans-cant-watch-directvs-nfl-sunday-ticket-due-to-website-and-app-crashing-techcrunch/ This is DirecTV’s final year as the exclusive home of NFL Sunday Ticket, the out-of-market sports package that airs National Football League regular season games, and let’s just say opening weekend n didn’t go well. Reports Sunday Ticket website and app crashes were rampant yesterday as customers were either locked out of service, unable to […]]]>

This is DirecTV’s final year as the exclusive home of NFL Sunday Ticket, the out-of-market sports package that airs National Football League regular season games, and let’s just say opening weekend n didn’t go well.

Reports Sunday Ticket website and app crashes were rampant yesterday as customers were either locked out of service, unable to connect, experienced slow streams or received error messages saying they couldn’t stream because they were inside an NFL stadium when they weren’t.

DirecTV was not immediately available to comment on TechCrunch. The company said The edgeWe are aware that some customers cannot access NFL Sunday Ticket online or through the app. Our teams are working to resolve this issue, but in the meantime we recommend that satellite customers watch on TV. »

DirecTV is still in contact with Twitter users to find a solution to the problems.

DirecTV wasn’t the only service that crashed, either. Viewers trying to watch NFL RedZone on TV Sling and YouTube Television experienced streaming issues. Even the newly launched NFL+ streaming service gave some subscribers difficulty.

DirecTV held Sunday Ticket rights since 1994, and this is not the first time that users know broadcast issues.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed in July that the next Sunday Ticket winner will be a streaming service and will be revealed in the fall.

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Tennessee-Pittsburgh, Kentucky-Florida, USC-Stanford and more https://soccersuperflyxp.com/tennessee-pittsburgh-kentucky-florida-usc-stanford-and-more/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 23:57:57 +0000 https://soccersuperflyxp.com/tennessee-pittsburgh-kentucky-florida-usc-stanford-and-more/ Texas A&M quarterback Haynes King (13) is tackled by Appalachia State linebacker Nick Hampton (9) on Saturday September 10, 2022 in College Station, Texas. (AP Photo/Sam Craft) A relatively modest slate of college football games turned into chaos as two of the top 10 teams were upset at home against unranked opponents in the five-man […]]]>

Texas A&M quarterback Haynes King (13) is tackled by Appalachia State linebacker Nick Hampton (9) on Saturday September 10, 2022 in College Station, Texas. (AP Photo/Sam Craft)

A relatively modest slate of college football games turned into chaos as two of the top 10 teams were upset at home against unranked opponents in the five-man group.

The No. 6 Texas A&M was stunned by Appalachian State 17-14 at College Station shortly after No. 8 Notre Dame fell to Marshall in South Bend.

Suddenly, two teams that entered the season with playoff aspirations find themselves with a lot of questions to answer.

And just to add more spice to the day, 19th-ranked Wisconsin lost at home to heavy underdog Washington State.

This all came after No. 1 Alabama narrowly escaped a big upset loss to Texas, ultimately winning 20-19. It turned out that the drama wasn’t over.

There are a lot of big games to play in the day. Will we see more top 25 teams go down?

Here are some of the key matches we are watching.

Time: 7 p.m. | Television: ESPN | Line: UF -5.5 | Overall: 52.5

Prior to 2018, Florida had won 31 straight games with Kentucky. However, Kentucky has won two of the last four in the series, including a 20-13 win last fall at Lexington. Can the Wildcats start over? British fans are full of optimism after the team won 10 games last year and star QB Will Levis is back. The Gators have their own star QB in Anthony Richardson, who was instrumental in the team’s impressive season-opening win over Utah.

Time: 7:30 p.m. | Television: ABC | Line: USC -8.5 | Overall: 67.5

USC kicked off the Lincoln Riley era with a blowout victory over Rice thanks to a solid defensive performance and a solid debut with the Trojans for transfer QB Caleb Williams. He will make his Pac-12 debut at Stanford on Saturday. He will be opposed by another future NFL quarterback in Tanner McKee. McKee didn’t get much help on offense during his tenure as a starter, but the Cardinal hopes EJ Smith, son of NFL legend Emmitt Smith, can become a weapon.

Time: 10:15 p.m. | Television: ESPN | Line: BYU -3.5 | Overall: 53.5

After winning a Big 12 title with Gerry Bohanon, Baylor coach Dave Aranda switched quarterbacks, naming Blake Shapen the starter against Bohanon in the spring. That decision will be put to the test this week against a strong BYU team. While Baylor blasted an FCS team in Week 1, BYU traveled across the country and outscored South Florida, 50-21. The Cougars are trying to make an early-season statement for a program with several high-profile games on its schedule this year.

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