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Live: Auburn 35 Ole Miss 31 – FINAL

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first_imgAuburn wide receiver D’haquille Williams (1) celebrates after the NCAA football game at University of Mississippi in Oxford, Miss., on Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014. Auburn defeated Mississippi 35-31 Pre-game observations: Derrick Moncrief is warming up with the first team defense. Josh Holsey is with the second team. Jermaine Whitehead warmed up with the safeties during pre-game Patrick Miller is here and warming up with the second team OLOle Miss’ major injuries – Robert Nkemdiche, Laremy Tunsil, Ben Still and Cody Prewitt are all dressedBowl reps from the : Citrus, Outback, Peach, Cotton, TaxSlayer.com and Sugar Bowls were in attendanceNFL scouts from the Raiders, 49ers and Eagles and the CFL’s Edmonton Eskimos are herePlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUND OXFORD, MISS. — We are live from Vaught-Hemingway for tonight’s game between Auburn and Ole Miss. In a matchup of the No. 3 and 4 teams in the College Football Playoff rankings, this could be an elimination game.Refresh this page and follow along on Twitter for live updates.Tweets by @JamesCrepea!function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?’http’:’https’;if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=p+”://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js”;fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,”script”,”twitter-wjs”); GUS MALZAHN POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE: — “At times we were able to run the ball consistently.”— “It’s a big play. … Our guys truly believe that they’re going to make a play.”— “They’re still one of the better teams.”— “I knew it was a fumble and I thought we got it.”— on CAP “He’s establishing himself as one of the better backs in our league if not the country.” Fourth quarter: Auburn 35 Ole Miss 31 – 10:23 10:23 – Auburn 35 Ole Miss 31: CAP scores from four yards out. His first. He’s at 960 yards this season. End of Third quarter: Auburn 28 Ole Miss 24 10:36 – Auburn 21 Ole Miss 24: Nick Marshall runs in his second of the game from two yards out. Marshall scrambled and found a wide open Duke for 41 yards on third-and-11 earlier on the drive. CAP did the rest.10:36 – Auburn 14 Ole Miss 24: Evan Engram goes up the middle for a 50-yard reception. Ole Miss takes advantage of great field position, 50 yards in 1 play. Halftime: Auburn 14 Ole Miss 17 Total yards: 237-200 AURush yards: 126-77 AUPass yards: 123-111 OM1st downs: 12-8 OM3rd downs: AU 1/6, OM 2/6Total plays: 33-29 OMAvg. Play: 8.2 AU, 6.1 OMTOP: 16:45-13:15 AUNick Marshall: 5-for-8 111 yards TD INT, 5 carries for 18 yards TDCameron Artis-Payne: 8 carries for 47 yardsRicardo Louis: 2 carries 16 yardsCorey Grant: 3 carries for 27 yardsRoc Thomas: 3 carries for 18 yardsSammie Coates: 2 rec 61 yards TDD’haquille Williams: 2 rec 30 yardsQuan Bray: 1 rec 20 yardsBo Wallace: 13-for-18 for 123 yards TD, 7 carries for 55 yardsl’Tavius Mathers 4 carries for 6 yards TDJaylen Walton: 4 carries for 16 yardsVince Sanders: 4 rec 66 yardsLaQuon Treadwell: 3 rec 27 yards TD0:00 – Auburn 14 Ole Miss 17: Gary Wunderlich’s 47-yard field goal is good as time expires.1:24: Nick Marshall throws a 57-yard bomb to Sammie Coates. Huge play for Auburn before halftime. One play, TD.6:02: Laquon Treadwell scores on a 10-yard reception. Bo Wallace set it up with a career-long 59-yard run down the left sideline.8:44: Auburn takes over at own 36 as Ole Miss can’t capitalize on the INT.10:28: Nick Marshall is intercepted on third-and-seven from the Ole Miss 20-yard line. That’s the first time Marshall has been picked off when it wasn’t on first down and due to pressure. Senquez Golson is up to nine interceptions and Ole Miss has 18. End of 1st quarter: Auburn 7 Ole Miss 7 Total yards: 119-101 AURush yards: 65-22 AUPass yards: 79-54 OM1st downs: 6-5 OM3rd downs: AU 1/3, OM 2/3Total plays: 18-15 OMAvg. Play: 7.9 AU, 5.6 OMTOP: 8:27-6:33 AUNick Marshall: 4-for-5 45 yards, 3 carries for 2 yards TDCameron Artis-Payne: 3 carries for 25 yardsRicardo Louis: 2 carries 16 yardsCorey Grant: 1 carry for 16 yardsRoc Thomas: 1 carry for 6 yardsD’haquille Williams: 2 rec 30 yardsQuan Bray: 1 rec 20 yardsSammie Coates: 1 rec 4 yardsBo Wallace: 8-for-12 for 79 yardsl’Tavius Mathers 3 carries for 4 yards TDJaylen Walton: 3 carries for 18 yardsVince Sanders: 4 rec 66 yards4:00 – Auburn 7 Ole Miss 7: l’Tavius Mathers carries it in from four yards out to tie it up. Ole Miss goes 92 yards on 11 plays to tie the game.Ole Miss LT Laremy Tunsil, who did not start, is questionable to return due to a right bicep injury.12:04 – Auburn 7 Ole Miss 0: Nick Marshall runs it in from two yards out to put Auburn on the board. It is the first touchdown allowed by Ole Miss in teh first quarter this season. The Rebels outscored their first eight opponents 62-3 in the opening frame. Auburn is 13-0 when it scores first under Gus Malzahn.Marshall was 3-for-3 on the opening drive, with a critical 18-yard pass to D’haquille Williams on third-and-five, which was initially called incomplete and overturned upon review. Session ID: 2020-09-18:8cc894424656f3a6d30e09fa Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-574494-3870574557001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. 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Twins, Mauer Beat Cleveland 7-4

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first_img Auto (360p) The Twins downed Cleveland 7-4 Saturday night behind solid performances from Trevor Plouffe and Joe Mauer.  Mauer was 3-5 with a 2-run homerun and 3 RBIs on the night and Plouffe was 2-4 with a solo homerun and 3 RBIs on the night.  Ben Revere and Denard Span each added 2 hits and Revere scored 2 runs.  P.J. Walters started the game but didn’t hang around long enough to get the win.  He allowed 8 hits and 4 earned runs in 4 1/3 innings.Brian Duensing earned the win in relief throwing 2 shutout innings.  Matt Capps threw a scoreless 9th inning for the save.  The Twins are 19-33 and will play at Cleveland again today at 2:05, pregame on WJON at 1:35.  Lefthander Scott Diamond (3-1) gets the start on the mound for the Twins and righthander Justin Masterson (2-4) toes the rubber for Cleveland. About Connatix V56892 720p HD 360p About Connatix V56892 1/1 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 1080p HDlast_img read more

Guyana topple leaders Barbados by three wickets

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first_imgDefending Cricket West Indies’ Regional 50-overs champions Guyana,  led by a disciplined bowling effort, registered  a three-wicket win over table toppers’ Barbados and move to the top of the table at Sion Hill Playing Field yesterday. In the other fifth round matches, Jamaica defeated the Leeward Islands by seven wickets while Trinidad and Tobago crushed Canada by 10 wickets in St. Vincent.Guyana’s bowling rattled the powerful Barbados batting line up for a dismal 80 in 25 overs.They then survived a late scare before triumphing reaching 81-7 in 29.5 overs in reply.Cephas Cooper Seamer Qumar Torrington opened up proceedings, dismissing danger man and one of the leading run-scorers, Shain Brathwaite in the second over, while Joshua Jones ripped into the middle order.He captured the prized wicket of Nico Reifer for 18 to move to the top of the wicket takers’ column.Kevin Sinclair and Kevin Umroa were also among the wickets. Only Kilano Brathwaite looked to spend any time at the crease with a patient 40-ball 18.Jones and Sinclair claimed three wickets each for 20 and 21 respectively while Umroa bagged 2-10 and Torrington 1-28.In reply, openers, Sachin Singh and Joshua Persaud knocked off more than half of the runs before Singh departed for an aggressive 21, including one six and one four to see Guyana 43-1 in the 12th over. Persaud followed Singh three balls later.Shemar Persaud was looking deadly and equally up to the challenge to destroy the Guyana batting line up.  He added the wickets of Sinclair, skipper Bhaskar Yadram and Jones to end with an impressive spell of 5-19 in 9.5 overs.Barbados also gave away 14 extras. Meanwhile at Arnos Vale, Jamaica bundled out the Leeward Islands for 108 in 39.5 overs with Zawandi White once again showing he is a class above the rest with a brisk 51 from 56 balls including six fours and one six.He got support from Elroy Francis and Kirt Pemberton with 17 and 11 respectively. The Jamaican bowlers shared the wickets with Sanjay Williams (2-13), Andre Blake (2-22) and Kirk McKenzie (2-15) being the main wicket takers.In reply, McKenzie returned to add 43 for the opening stand with Bryan Brown before departing for 14 while Brown carried on to stroke 33 .Andre McCarthy contributed 26 while Dominik Samuels added 16 to see Jamaica to 109-3 in 26.3 overs. Also on the day, Kavian Naresh smashed an even half century while Raqib Shamsudeen blasted 34 as their 57-run partnership, supported by  a fourth wicket stand of 48 from Naresh and Harkaran Mann, saw Canada post 155 all out in 37.1 overs. Jayden Seales bagged 4-40 from his 10 overs while Joshua James and Avenash Mohabirsingh snatched 3-37 and 3-6 respectively.In reply, the Canadian bowling was never a threat as Navin Bidaisee and Cephas Cooper knocked over the total in 31.2 overs. Bidaisee faced 97 balls, smashing 10 fours and one six on his way to 67 not out while Cooper clobbered nine fours during his unbeaten knock of 71.last_img read more

Lucy Hale details ‘Pretty Little Liars’ reunion, possible movie

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first_imgFreeform/Richard Harbaugh(LOS ANGELES) — Lucy Hale and her Pretty Little Liars castmates will hold a virtual reunion on Friday, and she’s looking forward to catching up with her former co-stars while helping people in need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.Ashley Benson, Troian Bellisario, Tyler Blackburn, Ian Harding, Shay Mitchell, Janel Parrish and Sasha Pieterse are expected to join the 30-year old actress for the reunion, which will benefit Feeding America.“A lot has happened [since the show wrapped], and there’s babies, and marriages, and I just can’t wait to catch up,” Hale tells Entertainment Tonight.  And do it all along with everyone watching.  [It’s] such an amazing cause. I’m looking forward to it.”Lucy also thinks the event, which will give fans of the show an opportunity to call in and chat with the cast, will also help everyone take their minds off the pandemic, for a little while, at least.“I think it’s just gonna be a lot of positive energy and a lot of love,” says Hale. “And hopefully we can just distract each other for…a couple hours.  So hopefully we can just have a good time and kind of just forget about everything for a second and check in with everybody.”The Katy Keene star also also offered her thoughts on a possible Pretty Little Liars series or movie, which she says is “possible,” just not in the near future.“I feel like we’d need a little more time to pass.  I feel like we would get more out of it if we were, like, 10 years down the road,” she explains.Pretty Little Liars aired on Freeform for seven season between 2010-2017.The reunion, hosted through Cast4Good, kicks off Friday at 12 p.m. PT and 3 p.m. ET.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Springbok player ratings: Full-on Faf, marvellous Mapimpi

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first_imgFor more sport your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android. Here’s how the Springboks fared in Tokyo.(Click on a portrait to reveal its rating)last_img

Sumner County Sheriff Office weekly jail bookings: Dec. 10 to Dec. 17, 2018

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first_imgSumner Newscow report — The Sumner County Sheriff Office report for Dec. 10 to Dec. 17, 2018 weekly jail bookings are as follows:  Monday 0600  thru  Monday 0600 Smith, Zachary Raymond38Wellington, Kansas500 W. 16th St., Wellington, KSDWS, No insurance, Inattentive Driving12/10/18 Talley, Jay Darren52Abilene, KansasN I-35 MM 19, Wellington, KSPossession of Stolen Property / Probation Violation12/14/18 NAMEAgeHOMETOWNLOCATION OF ARRESTCHARGESDATE OF ARREST Hackney, Marlin Anthony49Oberlin, Kansas501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSProbation Violation12/14/18 Straughter, Tyree Donelle40Wichita, Kansas501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSProbation Violation12/14/18 Donlay, Bobby Joe40Arkansas City, Kansas910 Fuller St., Winfield, KSFailure to Appear12/12/18 Crutcher, Dustin Wayne26Derby, Kansas777 Kansas Star Dr., Mulvane, KSFailure to Appear12/11/18 Henderson, Abby Renee34Wellington, Kansas709 S. Jefferson Ave., Wellington, KSBurglary / Theft12/11/18 WEEKLY   BOOKINGS12/10/2018 thru 12/17/2018 Ball, John Alexander37Haysville KS777 Kansas Star Dr, Mulvane KSFTA X 212/16/18 Brown, Melody Marie43Wellington, Kansas1529 N. C, Wellington, KSPossession of Controlled Substance,  Possession of Paraphernalia,  Making false information12/12/18 Kidd, Sara Nicole37Argonia, Kansas320 S. Main St., Argonia, KSFailure to Appear12/10/18center_img Henderson, Teril Lynn59Wamego, Kansas1400 N. Oliver Rd., Mulvane, KSD.W.S.12/10/18 Baxter, Kaylee Ann26Wichita, KansasSedgwick County JailFailure to Appear12/14/18 Kim, Gap Shik46Carrollton, Texas501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSWarrant Arrest by LEO12/13/18 Harris, Samuel Creighton31Wichita, Kansas610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSServe Sentence12/14/18 Walldren, Marvin Clinton47Wichita, KansasSedgwick County JailProbation Violation12/14/18 Williams, Bailly Earl21Viola, Kansas200 W. US 160 HWY, Wellington, KSPossession of Marijuana, Possession of Paraphernalia,  Transporting open container, Failure to Appear12/12/18 Santiago-Garcia, Jose Angel34Arkansas City KS610 E. Hillside Wellington, KsServing Sentence(1 Day)12/15/18 Myers, Thaddeus James45Wellington, Kansas1529 N. C, Wellington, KSPossession of Opiate, Possession of Paraphernalia, Making false information12/12/18 Brown, Matilda Marie41Wellington KS1716 N. A. St. Wellington KSTheft of prop, services;12/16/18 Hamilton, Mark Charles36Oxford, Kansas501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSServe Sentence12/14/18 Jude, Jimmie Artie38Braman OK216 S. 4th St. Hunnewell, KS Domestic battery; Knowing or reckless bodily harm to family, person in dating relationship12/15/18 Miller, Darren Matthew30Wichita, KansasSedgwick County JailFailure to Appear12/14/18last_img read more

Indian Under 19 Women’s Team are beaten by Nepal in AFC Under 19 Women’s…

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first_imgAdvertisement Indian Women’s under 19 team were beaten by Nepal with a margin of 2-0 in the AFC under 19 Women’s Championship Qualifiers. The centre forward of Nepal, Rekha scored a brace against India in the second half of the match to give them the first win in the AFC under 19 Women’s Championship Qualifiers. With this defeat, India’s chances to go to the next round of the tournament are not looking much certain as they are now at the same points with Thailand and Nepal after two matches. Advertisement After the thumping win against the arch rivals Pakistan in the previous match with a margin of 18-0, it was seeming that the girls are ready to play against any top side of the World. But that was not the real scenario as it was a nervy contest throughout the 90 minutes. It was India’s second defeat against Nepal in this month as Nepal were victorious against India in the SAFF under 18 Championship. Jabamani Tudu got two good chances in the first half for India but she failed to convert those into Goals. On the other hand, Rekha was also denied twice by the Indian Goalkeeper. Advertisement  In the second half of the match, the intensity of Nepal’s attacking threats became more and the defensive unit of India were not able to stop the opponent’s striker Rekha to score a brace in this match. After this defeat, India’s qualification chances depend on the result of the match between Pakistan and Nepal. Firstly, India have to win the match against the host Nation Thailand and hope that Nepal do not win their match against Pakistan. Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

Connacht Rugby Squad Update

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first_imgJames Connolly injured his hamstring in a club game and will be out of action for up to 4 weeks. Darragh Leader injured his hamstring in training last week and will be out of action for up to 3 weeks.ZEBRE v CONNACHT RUGBYSaturday April 1stAt Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi, 3.30pm.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Ahead of Saturday’s rescheduled Guinness PRO12 game away to Zebre, the Connacht Rugby medical team have provided the following update.last_img

Political dialogue in national interest

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first_imgDear Editor,I should be grateful for the publication in your newspaper of this letter to encourage an open debate and advocacy again for national consensus and national unity by the main political parties whose actions and postures impact the lives of all in this country. It is time to look forward, put aside continuing campaign for political points, and transcend the blame game.Let us be frank and admit that in reality, we live in a fractured, divided, wounded and bleeding country related to the politics of race and ethnicity in the contest for political power and dominance by the PPP and PNC for over 60 years. How long must this nation wait for the political conflicts and contests between these two dominant political forces come to an end for the national good? Do we need a Truth and Reconciliation Commission (like South Africa) to bring healing to this nation? Do we need the Secretary General on the United Nations to provide a facilitator to stimulate the dialogue process and mediate differences as may be necessary?Political dialogue between the leaders of the PPP and the PNC on governance and on social and economic matters should be promoted and adopted as a matter of high priority for the national good. The objective is to foster confidence, high trust, mutual understanding, cordial and civil communication and good relations at the national level. The objective is also to find agreed solutions to political governance and socio-economic problems and issues, and to forge national consensus for political governance and national development. The promotion of political and social justice in the Guyana could be achieved if the PPP and the PNC are involved in the search for appropriate solutions through genuine dialogue. They have the major responsibility in the success of the dialogue process.In Guyana the real challenge is to develop national consensus in the form of national accord on political governance and an agreed programme for social, economic and human development in the interest of the national communities. National consensus agreements provide the framework for strategies to achieve good political governance, international competitiveness, higher standards of living, improved social protection, a stable currency, investment-friendly policies and a more development-conducive political and social climate in environments which uphold and respect fundamental rights and freedoms at all levels in the national community.The outcome of political dialogue can promote effective management of the economy in a climate of good political governance with participation of civil society. It is crucial for agreeing on measures for balanced economic, social and political developments. The Governing Authority of the National Assembly and the Government bear a heavy responsibility for ensuring that good governance, “The manner in which power is exercised in the management of a country’s economic and social resources for development” reflects fairness and effective political, economic and social justice. A country that is committed to such good political governance will ensure that there is genuine participation by the political and social partners who must demonstrate credibility, transparency and accountability in the administration and management of national affairs.The challenges in terms of national strategies are to promote a mature political culture, economic growth, social, political and human development, call for actions at the national level. It is for the Government, the political parties, private sector, the labour movement and civil society in Guyana – to respect, promote and realise in good faith the fundamental principles of human rights enshrined in our national Constitution and laws, UN Conventions, and Regional and other International Treaty obligations; and to adopt through genuine and sustained political dialogue, changes in political governance and the management of national socio-economic and political affairs. These must be promoted in a paradigm shift – from the prolonged confrontational and divisive posture to one which cultivates consensus and cooperation in the national interest.Let genuine dialogue between the PNC and the PPP begin afresh without delay to achieve national consensus to move this country forward as a united nation. My list for genuine dialogue includes: building confidence and high trust; agree on a shared vision for Guyana; Constitutional reform aimed at creating a broad-based, inclusive Government which can elect the President by two-thirds vote by the National Assembly and which caters for one Vice President; allocation constitutionally of ministerial portfolios, based on the proportional strengths of the parties forming the Government, electoral reforms, fixed election day; and an agreed programme for political, social, economic and human development for the national good for all citizens.Sincerely,Samuel J Goolsarranlast_img read more

Proof Chelsea were wrong to let this star go?

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first_imgChelsea fans, do you regret the club letting Kevin De Bruyne leave Stamford Bridge and would you have him back? Comment below… Wrong to let him go? Former Chelsea man stars again in Europe 1center_img Former Chelsea player Kevin De Bruyne was the star of the show on Thursday evening as his Wolfsburg side secured a 3-1 victory over Roberto Mancini’s Inter Milan.The midfielder, who joined the Bundesliga club from the Blues for £18m in January 2014, produced a brilliant display, teeing up Naldo in the first half before finding the net twice after the break – one from a cut-back and then an excellent free kick.The 23-year-old almost completed his hat-trick in the closing stages but he shot wide with just keeper’ Juan Pablo Carrizo to beat.This season, the Belgian international has turned into one of the Bundesliga’s biggest stars, creating 22 goals goals in all competitions.He has also scored 13 goals and his performance against the Italians puts the Europa League favourites in control going into next week’s second leg in Milan.With Chelsea dumped out of the Champions League to Paris St-Germain on Wednesday, some Blues’ fan will be thinking De Bruyne is the one that got away, especially with questions marks surrounding recent performances of Brazilians’ Oscar and Ramires.Watch De Bruyne’s two goals below:last_img read more