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23 Jul 19
Social Media Tips Washington DC

The ads will run on networks like Teen-Nick, ESPN and MTV as well all on social media. Posters are also being placed in high schools and middle … This content is been publish thanks to iM DC – Best Tips for Business in the Washington DC area To see the original article, click here

23 Jul 19
MMA Junkie

Watch the “Countdown” preview of the UFC 240 headliner between Max Holloway and Frankie Edgar.

23 Jul 19
Latest Football News

Former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour tells ESPN the key to getting the best out of Mesut Ozil is for Unai Emery to build the team around him. Arsenal manager Unai Emery said on Monday that Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos was someone he admired as the Premier League club work on bringing in one player. […]

23 Jul 19
Buckeyes Wire

I feel confident one or two more Buckeyes will be added to this list as the season progresses, but right now @j_fuller4 represents @OhioStateFB on the @jimthorpeaward watch list which honors the nation’s outstanding defensive back. @BuckeyesPR — Jerry Emig (@BuckeyeNotes) July 22, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Ohio State has had a slew of players show up […]

23 Jul 19
National Post

Washington Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams is not expected to report to training camp with the rest of the team this week, NFL Network reported Monday. Williams missed mandatory minicamp in June, and his absence is expected to extend well into training camp, per the report. “This could take awhile before Trent Williams is back […]

23 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

Retired since 2016, after 19 seasons of good service with the Spurs, the former superstar of 43 years will officiate next season as an assistant in the staff of Gregg Popovich. Tim Duncan, the return! After three years away from the public prosecutor's office, three years away from the Spurs and the NBA, the one […]

23 Jul 19
ONLINE ARTICLES

[ad_1] The latest episode of Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show featured multiple former UFC champions, a rising prospect on the verge of a title shot and a famous television and movie star. Here’s what you might have missed: Spencer ready to ‘shock the world’ Cris Cyborg, at one point considered the greatest female fighter of all […]

23 Jul 19
WSPA 7News
PARTANBURG, S.C. – Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc., Ingles Markets and the Southern Conference announced Monday that they will partner to broadcast 13 SoCon football games this season throughout the league’s six-state footprint through a network of Nexstar stations. The “Ingles SoCon Game of the Week” broadcast package will feature one game each Saturday from Aug. 31 to Nov. 23. Every school will appear at least twice during the season. All of the games in the package will also air concurrently on either ESPN3 or ESPN+. “I would like to thank Nexstar Broadcasting and Ingles for their partnership with the Southern Conference to air an outstanding line-up of football games this year,” SoCon Commissioner Jim Schaus said. “These telecasts do an outstanding job of promoting our talented football programs and student-athletes to our many fans throughout the conference region.” Nexstar affiliates that will air games from the package include: WYCW (Greenville/Spartanburg/Asheville), WCBD (Charleston), WWCW (Lynchburg) and WJHL (Johnson City). WSPA Sports Director Pete Yanity will provide play-by-play and former Wofford All-American offensive lineman Jared Singleton will serve as analyst. “Ingles is thrilled to bring the fun and excitement of SoCon football to fans throughout the conference,” said Ingles Advertising Director Melissa Leavell. “The partnership with Nexstar is a natural given our longstanding relationship with their affiliates in our markets and our joined commitment to service in those areas, a philosophy shared with our neighbors, the Southern Conference. Buckle up, this is great football.” The SoCon football season gets under way Aug. 24 with Samford facing Youngstown State in Montgomery, Alabama, at the Guardian Credit Union FCS Kickoff on ESPN. Nexstar broadcast schedule (all times Eastern) Aug. 31 – Mercer at Western Carolina, 6 p.m. Sept. 7 – Mars Hill at VMI, 1:30 p.m. Sept. 14 – Samford at Wofford, 6 p.m. Sept. 21 – Mercer at Furman, 1 p.m. Sept. 28 – ETSU at Furman, 1 p.m. Oct. 5 – VMI at The Citadel, 2 p.m. Oct. 12 – Samford at VMI, 1:30 p.m. Oct. 19 – Western Carolina at Wofford, 1:30 p.m. Oct. 26 – Chattanooga at Wofford, 1:30 p.m. Nov. 2 – The Citadel at ETSU, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 9 – ETSU at Western Carolina, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 16 – Furman at Wofford, 1:30 p.m. Nov. 23 – Chattanooga at VMI, 1:30 p.m. WSPA “7 News” is owned and operated by Nexstar Media Group, Inc (NXST).
23 Jul 19
National Post

Washington Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams is not expected to report to training camp with the rest of the team this week, NFL Network reported Monday. Williams missed mandatory minicamp in June, and his absence is expected to extend well into training camp, per the report. “This could take awhile before Trent Williams is back […]

23 Jul 19
MMA Junkie

Check out the “Countdown” preview for the UFC 240 co-headliner between Cris Cyborg and Felicia Spencer.

23 Jul 19
WSPA 7News
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Western Carolina quarterback Tyrie Adams has been named the Southern Conference Preseason Offensive Player of the Year and ETSU defensive lineman Nasir Player has been tabbed the Defensive Player of the Year in voting by the league’s nine head coaches, who chose Wofford as the favorite to win the SoCon in their annual preseason poll. The Terriers and Furman Paladins were picked first and second, respectively, both the coaches and media preseason polls. The coaches also selected all-conference first and second teams and were not allowed to vote for their own student-athletes or teams in the voting process. Due to several ties in the voting, the first teams include an extra defensive back and an extra place kicker, while the second teams include two additional offensive linemen. The Catamounts’ Adams was a second-team All-SoCon selection in each of the last two seasons. As a redshirt junior last year, the St. Petersburg, Florida, native became just the 11th player in FCS history and the fourth SoCon player to rush for at least 1,000 yards and throw for at least 2,000 in the same season. Adams led the league in rushing at 91.5 yards per game, totaling 1,006 on the year, and ran for 10 touchdowns. Adams also went 188-for-300 through the air for 2,417 yards and 16 touchdowns, notching 311.2 yards of total offense per game to rank second in the SoCon and eighth in the FCS. The dual threat earned second-team All-America honors from STATS and third-team honors from HERO Sports last year. Adams is a second-team preseason All-America pick by HERO Sports entering his senior campaign. The Bucs’ Player earned All-America honors from the AFCA (second team), Phil Steele Magazine (second team) and STATS (third team) as a redshirt junior last season. The Columbia, South Carolina, native notched 43 tackles last season, 11.0 of which went for loss, tying him for sixth in the league at 1.0 per game. Player tied for fourth in the league with 0.55 sacks per contest, notching 6.0 on the year. He also three forced three fumbles and tallied 11 quarterback hurries and a pair of pass breakups. Player was part of a defense that ranked in the top 50 in the FCS in rushing defense (27th, 132.3 yards per game), scoring defense (49th, 26.4 points per game) and total defense (32nd, 351.2 yards per game) and helped ETSU to a share of its first SoCon champion, a spot in the national polls and its first FCS playoff berth since 1996. He has earned preseason first-team All-America accolades from HERO Sports and Athlon so far this year. Two-time defending champion Wofford is the coaches’ pick to win the league again in 2019. Under the direction of first-year coach Josh Conklin, the Terriers went 9-4 overall and 6-2 in the league last year to earn a share of their sixth league title. Wofford was nationally ranked throughout the season and advanced to the second round of the FCS playoffs, downing 17th-ranked Elon in the opening round before falling to No. 2 Kennesaw State in the second round. The Terriers, who earned seven first-place votes and 63 points in the coaches’ poll, return nine starters on offense and five on defense. Wofford is the preseason favorite for the second time and first since 2017. Furman landed second in the preseason poll with 55 points and one first-place vote. The Paladins won their final four games last year to finish 6-4 overall and 6-2 in SoCon play, clinching a share of their record 14th SoCon title. The title was Furman’s first since 2013. The Paladins bring back eight starters on offense and seven on defense. In his first season at the helm, reigning SoCon Coach of the Year Randy Sanders led ETSU to a 6-2 league record (8-4 overall) to claim a share of its first SoCon title. The Bucs totaled 44 points and the remaining first-place vote to edge Chattanooga for third in the preseason poll. The Mocs, who tied for fifth at 4-4 in the league last year, totaled 40 points in the poll. Mercer finished fifth in the poll with 34 points after tying for fifth at 4-4 in the league last season, while Samford, which was fourth at 5-3, was just one point back with 33. The Bulldogs must replace a trio of All-Americans in Devlin Hodges, Kelvin McKnight and Ahmad Gooden. Hodges was the Walter Payton Award winner and finished his career as the FCS leader with 14,584 career passing yards. The Citadel is seventh in the poll with 22 points after a fifth-place, 4-4 SoCon finish last year. Western Carolina is right behind the Bulldogs with 21 points, while VMI rounds out the poll with 12. Wofford led all teams with nine total preseason all-conference selections, putting three on the first teams and a league-best six on the second teams. Mercer was second with eight total selections, putting three on the first teams and five on the second teams, while Furman and ETSU had seven total selections each. ETSU and Chattanooga shared league-high honors with four first-team selections apiece. All nine schools had at least two first-team picks. Samford gets the season started when it faces Youngstown State in the Guardian Credit Union FCS Kickoff at 3 p.m. Eastern on Aug. 24 in Montgomery, Alabama. That game will air on ESPN. 2019 Preseason Southern Conference Coaches Poll Team (1st-place votes)            Total 1. Wofford (7)                           63 2. Furman (1)                            55 3. ETSU (1)                              44 4. Chattanooga                         40 5. Mercer                                  34 6. Samford                                33 7. The Citadel                           22 8. Western Carolina                   21 9. VMI                                      12 2019 Preseason All-Southern Conference Football Teams Offensive Player of the Year: Tyrie Adams, QB, R-Sr., Western Carolina Defensive Player of the Year: Nasir Player, DL, R-Sr., ETSU First team offense QB    Tyrie Adams, R-Sr., Western Carolina RB    Quay Holmes, R-So., ETSU RB    Tyray Devezin, Jr., Mercer OL     Bo Layton, R-Jr., Furman OL     Austin Sanders, R-Sr., Mercer OL     Nick Nixon, Sr., Samford OL     Justus Basinger, Sr., Wofford OL     Michael Ralph, Sr., Wofford TE     Owen Cosenke, Jr., Western Carolina WR   Bryce Nunnelly, Jr., Chattanooga WR   Javeon Lara, Sr., VMI First team defense DL     Joseph Randolph II, Sr., The Citadel DL     Jason Maduafokwa, R-Sr., ETSU DL     Nasir Player, R-Sr., ETSU DL     Thad Mangum, Sr., Wofford LB     Willie Eubanks III, Jr., The Citadel LB     Adrian Hope, R-So., Furman LB     Marshall Cooper, Sr., Chattanooga DB    Tyree Robinson, Jr., ETSU DB    Brandon Dowdell, Jr., Chattanooga DB    Jerrell Lawson, R-Jr., Chattanooga DB    A.J. Smith, Jr., VMI DB    Ronald Kent Jr., So., Western Carolina First team specialists PK     Grayson Atkins, Jr., Furman PK     Mitchell Fineran, So., Samford P       Matthew Campbell, So., The Citadel RS    David Durden, So., Mercer Second team offense QB    Reece Udinski, Jr., VMI RB    Devin Wynn, Jr., Furman RB    Tyrell Price, Sr., Chattanooga OL     Haden Haas, R-So., The Citadel OL     Drew McEntyre, Sr., The Citadel OL     Ben Blackmon, R-Sr., ETSU OL     Tre’mond Shorts, R-So., ETSU OL     Andy Godwin, R-Sr., Furman OL     Cole Strange, R-Jr., Chattanooga OL     Blake Jeresaty, Jr., Wofford TE     Chris Ellington, Sr., Mercer WR   Thomas Gordon, Sr., Furman WR   David Durden, So., Mercer Second team defense DL     Dorian Kithcart, R-Sr., Mercer DL     Justin Foster, Sr., Samford DL     Nelson Jordan, So., Samford DL     Mikel Horton, Jr., Wofford LB     Elijah McKoy, Jr., Furman LB     Will Coneway, R-Sr., Mercer LB     Jireh Wilson, Sr., Wofford DB    Jeremy Lewis, Sr., ETSU DB    Malique Fleming, R-Jr., Mercer DB    Mason Alstatt, Sr., Wofford DB    George Gbesee, Sr., Wofford Second team specialists PK     Jacob Godek, Sr., The Citadel P       Luke Carter, Sr., Wofford RS    Rohan Martin, Sr., VMI NOTE: Coaches were not permitted to vote for their own players.
23 Jul 19
Footy Files

So they finally decided to do it! After a season long self imposed transfer embargo, Tottenham have finally decided to splash the cash in an attempt to not only consolidate on what most teams would consider an impressive season, but also to improve a very tight-knit squad. Spurs already had a quality starting eleven at […]

23 Jul 19
Heavy.com

Christian McCaffrey has been linked to model Olivia Culpo. Find out the latest on their relationship status and the Panthers star’s work this offseason.

23 Jul 19
News Directory

The injured bug is prominent on some UFC cards recently. For example, 6 fights were canceled or last week's card in Sacramento was changed due to injury. This week card in San Antonio has no need for the injured injury, the individual change contest came from one of the participants who was being rescheduled in […]

23 Jul 19
Corner of the Galaxy

CARSON, Calif. – The LA Galaxy’s Servando Carrasco isn’t just spouting hyperboles when he said he is excited for Tuesday’s Leagues Cup match against Club Tijuana at Dignity Health Sports Park (8 p.m., ESPN). Carrasco, after all, was born in Coronado but spent part of his childhood in the Mexican city. He vividly remembers driving […]