Jordan Love and Bradlee Anae Selected For State Farm Football Challenge

first_imgJanuary 23, 2020 /Sports News – Local Jordan Love and Bradlee Anae Selected For State Farm Football Challenge Tags: Bradlee Anae/Jordan Love Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Former Utah State football quarterback Jordan Love and former Utah defensive end Bradlee Anae  have been selected to participate in the 2020 State Farm All-Star Football Challenge at AT&T Stadium at Arlington, Texas Friday January 31.This skills competition features 24 of college football’s biggest stars while Love and Anae are the only ones representing Beehive State schools.During his collegiate career at Utah State, Love posted a school-record 9,003 yards of total offense.Love completed 61.2 percent of his passes for 8,600 yards, 60 touchdowns and 29 interceptions during his career with the Aggies.He also went 21-11 (.656) as Utah State’s quarterback and is second in school history with three career 400-passing yard games.Anae amassed 29.5 sacks, 5 forced fumbles, three passes defensed , 40 tackles for a loss and 131 total tackles during his collegiate career with the Utes.Other college football stars to compete at this event include Drew Brees, Patrick Mahomes, Jalen Ramsey and Von Miller, among others. Brad Jameslast_img read more

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Student senate approves judicial council nominees, discusses Callisto usage

first_imgThe Notre Dame student senate approved new judicial council positions and discussed the implementation of Callisto for reporting sexual assaults at its meeting Wednesday.Judicial Council president Matt Ross presented his nominations for the new vice presidents of judicial council. He named freshman student Shady Girgis as vice president of elections and first-year student Myrofora Zambas as vice president of peer advocacy. With no debate nor objections, both nominees were named as vice presidents.Senate then moved on to its general orders, announcing three resolutions to bestow emeritus status on three past student-body representatives. Student body chief of staff for the past term Michael Markel, vice president Becca Blais and Student Body President Corey Robinson were all recognized.Lastly, two students presented two sexual assault awareness and prevention proposals to be instituted in Notre Dame’s 2017 academic year. Jade Martinez, student government’s director of health and wellness described Callisto Reporting Software, which allows students to report assailant information easily and confidentially.“Callisto sends these sexual assault reports directly to the Title IX coordinator for further investigation,” she said. “Names of assaulters can be matched using this software, offering the potential of a safer campus by prosecuting violators faster.”Martinez also stated that the committee is working to have this software installed by the fall, after solving its pricing ambiguity.Isabel Rooper, student government director of gender relations went on to promote aggregate data releases for Notre Dame’s sexual assault policy.“This push to release detailed information on sexual assaults would provide increased awareness and intervention in sexual assault occurrences on Notre Dame’s campus,” she said.The aggregate data released would include “the number of sexual violence reports filed, number of investigations opened, policy decisions, sanctions imposed and changes in these sanctions and length of each case,” Rooper said.This data would collect the information Notre Dame chooses to exclude in sexual assault surveys sent to students Rooper said.According to Rooper, currently, Notre Dame’s lack of standardization in data makes it difficult to compare our school to other universities around the nation.“Releasing aggregate data has the potential to make strides in sexual assault reporting, improving on current methods of both surveying and spreading awareness about the weight of Notre Dame’s, and every university’s, sexual assault problem,” she said.Presently, Rooper and Martinez were unsure if Holy Cross and St. Mary’s would join in Notre Dame’s movement to install Callisto reporting software and release aggregate data.Proceeding these presentations, there was no new business to attend. The senate agreed to adjourn the meeting with no obligations.Tags: aggregate data, Callisto, ND student senatelast_img read more

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NCUA allots $2 million for low-income credit unions

first_imgby: Michael MuckianThe NCUA will make an additional $2 million available to low-income credit unions in the second round of Community Development Loan Fund grants in 2015, the agency announced today.Money will be provided to fund new initiatives in four distinct areas aimed at expanding member services and protecting member data safety, the agency said. Credit unions may apply for the loans beginning June 1 and ending June 30 at 5 p.m. Eastern time. Applicants are eligible for different loans in different categories, but the requests may not exceed a total of $24,000, the NCUA said. continue reading » 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Kevin Durant rumors tracker: Latest free agency news, projections to sign NBA star

first_imgWith the start of NBA free agency just days away, teams are preparing to pony up and open their wallets to land some of the league’s top talent. One of the crown jewels of the 2019 free agent class is two-time NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowkski is reporting Durant has indeed declined his $31.5 million player option with Golden State for next season, thus ushering in this summer’s biggest sweepstakes. Clippers chasing Kawhi Leonard-Kevin Durant dream scenarioTeam: Los Angeles ClippersRumor: The Clippers have been discussed as big players for one free agent this summer, and it isn’t Durant. Kawhi Leonard is the top target for LA, and it’s been long thought that Leonard would wind up a Clipper come summer’s end.But if recent reports are any indication, it seems Leonard may be considering staying north of the border in Toronto. The Clippers then might shift their sights onto Durant so as to not walk away empty handed. Durant’s Achilles injury reportedly hasn’t waned the interest of several teams, so it looks like he’ll have plenty of options when it comes time to make a decision.Sporting News will keep you up to date on the latest deals, rumors and speculation below.MORE: 2019 free agent rankings | NBA Draft grades for every teamKevin Durant free agency: Tracking the latest news, rumors, predictionsSteph to stop in NY for visit with KDTeam: Golden State WarriorsRumor: Stephen Curry will reportedly make another recruiting pitch to Durant in the Empire State. This time, he’ll join team president and general manager Bob Myers during a stopover for a trip home from Asia. Curry helped to sell KD on the Warriors during the infamous summit in the Hamptons on Long Island in 2016. Reported by: Marcus Thompson (subscription required)Leonard, Durant discuss playing togetherTeam: Los Angeles Clippers or New York KnicksRumor: Leonard and Durant, the two players at the top of SN’s free agent rankings, have reportedly been discussing scenarios that could include teaming up. The Clippers and Knicks are interested in signing both Leonard and Durant, and each team has the necessary cap flexibility to pull it off.Reported by: Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona ShelburneDurant declines player optionTeam: Golden State WarriorsRumor: The Durant sweepstakes have officially begun. It’s being reported that the 10-time All-Star has declined his $31.5 million player option for next season and is now officially an unrestricted free agent.Reported by: Adrian WojnarowskiGolden State Warriors star Kevin Durant has declined his $31.5M player option and will become an unrestricted free agent, league sources tell ESPN. Durant and his business manager Rich Kleiman are in New York, evaluating free agency options. So far, process has stayed private.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 26, 2019Durant met with Irving about signing with same teamTeam: ???Rumor: Durant reportedly spoke to Irving multiple times about teaming up, once in the Bay Area and again in New York after Durant had surgery to repair his ruptured Achilles tendon. They could have spoken about joining the Knicks, but considering Irving’s ties to the Nets, the most likely potential destination is Brooklyn.Reported by: Ric BucherWarriors considering delayed sign-and-trade option?Team: Golden State WarriorsRumor: While the Warriors have always been considered a player in retaining Durant’s services, a new option is being considered in the wake of his injury. It’s been reported that Golden State could offer Durant a five-year max contract, allowing him to rehab all of next season in the Bay Area, and then work with him to trade him to another team.Reported by: Brian WindhorstDavid Fizdale reveals his pitch to upcoming free agentsTeam: New York KnicksRumor: The Knicks have long been considered the frontrunners to land Durant since the start of the 2018-19 season. New York has cap space to sign two max players, and up until a few weeks ago, the thought was Durant and Kyrie Irving would take their talents to the Big Apple.However, with reports that Irving’s interested in signing with Brooklyn, it seems that possibility is less likely.Nets considered frontrunner to land DurantTeam: Brooklyn NetsRumor: As mentioned earlier, the Nets are reportedly the favorites to sign Irving, and it’s been rumored Durant might join him. Brooklyn recently traded Allen Crabbe’s expiring contract to Atlanta in order to clear cap space to sign two max players.Reported by: Brian Windhorstlast_img read more

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Onyango’s Sundowns fails test, Mexicans face real Madrid

first_imgShare on: WhatsApp Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango of Uganda (C) tries to clear the ball during the Club World Cup football match between Kashima Antlers and Mamelodi Sundowns in Suita, Osaka . AFP PHOTOOsaka, Japan | AFP | Silvio Romero struck twice as Mexican side Club America beat Asian champions Jeonbuk Motors 2-1 on Sunday to set up a dream Club World Cup semi-final with Real Madrid.Local favourites Kashima Antlers salvaged some pride for Asia, however, when the Japanese title holders toppled South Africa’s Mamelodi Sundowns 2-0 in the day’s second quarter-final in Osaka.In the early kickoff, Kim Bo-kyung swept Korean powerhouse Jeonbuk in front after 23 minutes before Romero pounced twice to send the CONCACAF representatives through to the last four.“The players showed character, attitude and heart,” America coach Ricardo la Volpe told reporters.“We made some changes and tweaked the system a bit in the second half and got the goals.“We passed a test today and we will play Real Madrid with no fear,” he added. “We will have to work twice as hard but everyone expects us to lose so there will be no pressure on us.”Romero equalised with a clinical header just before the hour mark and the Argentine striker volleyed home the winner via a slight deflection off Jeonbuk forward Kim Shin-Wook after 74 minutes as the K-League side wilted under the mounting pressure.Club America, who also beat Jeonbuk in the quarter-finals of the FIFA tournament 10 years ago, will face European champions Real Madrid, led by talisman Cristiano Ronaldo, in Yokohama on Thursday.The hulking Kim Shin-Wook, instantly recognisable with his peppermint green mohican, was a constant menace but well shackled by markers in a tense finish as the Mexicans clung on for the win. Kashima, who came from behind to beat part-timers Auckland City 2-1 in the tournament’s curtain raiser on Thursday, were gifted their opening goal by Sundowns goalkeeper Denis Onyango in the 63rd minute.Latching on to a knock-down from Shoma Doi, Yasushi Endo scuffed his left-foot shot which somehow squeezed under Onyango, bobbling out of his despairing grasp and over the line almost in slow motion.Substitute Mu Kanazaki killed the game off by smashing home from close range with two minutes left after more sloppy defending from the Africans.Kashima, fresh from clinching their eighth J-League crown last weekend, will face South American Libertadores Cup holders Atletico Nacional of Colombia in the competition’s first semi-final on Wednesday.“We struggled at the start to deal with their spirit,” said Kashima coach Masatada Ishii.“But we settled down in the second half, found a nice balance and scored two good goals. It was important to stay calm and we will have to be just as patient against Nacional.”Spanish giants Real are scheduled to arrive in Japan early Monday morning local time.last_img read more

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Man City snap Liverpool winning streak to reignite title race

first_imgSane threatened first with a pacey burst down the left and rising drive that Alisson Becker parried.But City recycled possession and Aguero beat Dejan Lovren to Bernardo Silva’s cross before firing into the roof of the net to score for the seventh time in seven home league games against Liverpool.Despite a combination of nerves and fatigue at the end of a gruelling festive period, the game truly came to life in a pulsating second-half.City had claims for a penalty waived away when Raheem Sterling tumbled under a challenge from Andy Robertson before the Scot was to play a vital part Liverpool’s equaliser.One Liverpool full-back picked out another as Trent Alexander-Arnold’s cross was met perfectly by Robertson to square for Firmino to head into an empty net.Pep Guardiola had his head in his hands when a slack pass from Sane set Liverpool free on the counter-attack moments later, but within seconds the German showed what he is capable of as he latched on Sterling’s pass before firing in off the far post.Alisson demonstrated why Liverpool spent a then world record £67 million for a goalkeeper in July to bolster their title chances with a brilliant save from Aguero as the Argentine tried to round him at the end of a blistering City counter-attack.Seconds later it was the turn of his understudy in the Brazil side to make a huge save as Ederson denied Salah as tempers flared with Guardiola furious a free-kick wasn’t awarded City’s way before the Egyptian broke clear.Sterling then wasted a great chance to ensure City didn’t have to see out a tense five minutes of stoppage time, but the hosts held out to put the title back up for grabs.Share on: WhatsApp Manchester, United Kingdom | AFP | Manchester City inflicted Liverpool’s first Premier League defeat of the season to breathe new life into their title defence with a 2-1 victory at the Etihad on Thursday.City now trail Jurgen Klopp’s men by just four points thanks to Leroy Sane’s winner 18 minutes from time after Roberto Firmino had cancelled out Sergio Aguero’s first-half opener for the hosts.A run of nine straight league wins had given Liverpool a commanding lead at the top of the table as they edged towards a first top flight title since 1989/90, particularly after City suffered back-to-back shock defeats to Crystal Palace and Leicester to begin the festive season.With no more league meetings between the sides to come, Liverpool’s destiny is still in their own hands, but they will now have the pressure of having a City side that romped to the title with a record 100 points last season on their tails.Jurgen Klopp had predicted a “thunderstorm” of a start from the champions to match the Champions League quarter-final second leg between the sides last season when City roared into an early lead before Liverpool fought back to win 2-1 on the night and 5-1 on aggregate.However, despite City’s dominance of possession, it was Liverpool who looked the more assured in the early stages.And only the finest of margins denied the visitors the lead on 19 minutes when Sadio Mane burst onto Mohamed Salah’s pass and saw his shot come back off the inside of the post.John Stones then smacked his panicked clearance into City goalkeeper Ederson but the England international redeemed himself by clearing just before all of the ball had crossed the line.City were also handed a reprieve by referee Anthony Taylor when captain Vincent Kompany only saw a yellow card for a wild two-footed lunge on Salah.At the other end Virgil van Dijk was again justifying his tag as the world’s most expensive defender to keep City’s array of attacking talent quiet with he Dutchman standing tall to block David Silva’s effort.However, a Liverpool defence that had not conceded twice in the same game all season in the league before kick-off was breached when City managed to free Aguero from Van Dijk’s shackles.last_img read more

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