Embed from Getty Images See also:Peterborough keen on QPR midfielder DoughtyFry confirms Peterborough’s interest in DoughtyDoughty leaves QPR to join PeterboroughGladwin completes move from QPR to Blackburn QPR are ready to let Michael Doughty leave for Peterborough.West London Sport revealed in May that Posh are hoping to sign the midfielder, who has a year remaining on his contract at Loftus Road.Following talks between the two clubs, Rangers have told the League One outfit they can sign Doughty if they are able to agree personal terms with him.AdChoices广告Rangers boss Ian Holloway recalled Doughty from a season-long loan at Swindon Town in January, insisting he rated the 24-year-old highly and wanted to give him a chance in the first team.However, Doughty started just two matches under Holloway – and has made just 12 first-team appearances for Rangers in total, nine of them as a substitute.[interaction id=”5953819d4649b4e34eadd787″]Swindon were the sixth club Rangers have loaned Doughty to. He was previously at Crawley, Aldershot, St Johnstone, Stevenage and Gillingham.Holloway is keen to revamp his squad this summer and changes are afoot in midfield.A deal has been agreed to sign out-of-contract Barnsley midfielder Josh Scowen, while Ben Gladwin looks likely to join Blackburn and a permanent move is being sought for Ariel Borysiuk. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Lee Roy Jordan played for one of the greatest coaches in college football history.And when he watches his alma mater play football on Saturdays, he can see a lot of similarities between Paul “Bear” Bryant and current Alabama coach Nick Saban.“They’re similar in their message and their coaching abilities,” Jordan said. “Both of them are extremely dedicated, hard-working people in the coaching field and they demand that from their assistants as well as their players. The young adults they’re coaching give back to the community with integrity, honesty and hard work, all those things you need to be successful whether you’re in football or simply in business.“Coach Bryant always said I’m not teaching you the game of football, I’m teaching you the game of life. If you use these things, no matter what field you go into, you’ll be successful.”Success followed Jordan, now 73, wherever he went.As the featured speaker of the Montgomery Quarterback Club earlier this year, he kept the audience entertained with stories from his gridiron days under three legendary coaches” W.C. Majors at Excel High, Paul “Bear” Bryant at Alabama and Tom Landry with the Dallas Cowboys.Jordan detailed his early days on the farm with his father and at school under Majors as preparation for the success that would follow once Alabama coaches discovered him at the rural school in southwest Alabama.“They were scouting someone else and we happened to be the opposing team,” Jordan said. “They were scouting a team in Brewton, W.S. Neal. There was a good player over there. I was just a junior and had a little better game than he did so the (Alabama assistant) coach, Jerry Claiborne, came over to our locker room after the game and introduced himself to my high school coach, W.C. Majors, and the team.“He said he’d be back the next year to watch all of our games and they were there – coach (Gene) Stallings and coach Bobby Drake Keith were coming down to watch us play.”Jordan was part of Bryant’s second recruiting class and participated in practice in 1959, but was not eligible to play. The head coach, famous for his intense workouts at Junction, Texas, while coaching Texas A&M, wasn’t much easier in Tuscaloosa, Jordan said.“It was tough work,” he said. “Coach Bryant, when he got here, had a lot of guys that were willing to work hard, as he wanted them to. It was kind of like ‘Junction Boys’ all over again in Tuscaloosa, except we were right there behind the workout room. We got dressed and went right out to the field. We had a chain-link fence about 10 feet tall. They locked the gate and he worked us until he found out which ones wanted to play and which ones would be willing to put out 110 percent every play.”He went on to earn MVP honors in two of the three bowls he participated in, making an astounding 31 tackles in his final game in the 1963 Orange Bowl, a 17-0 win over Oklahoma. He was drafted sixth by both the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL and the Boston Patriots in the AFL, but chose the Cowboys because “I couldn’t see an Excel, Alabama boy living in Boston. … I thought I would freeze to death if I went to Boston.”He received a $5,000 bonus and a new car for signing a three-year contract in 1963 with the Cowboys, receiving $17,500 his first year, $18,500 his second and $19,500 his third. The car, as he loves to tell the story, was on its way from Dallas to Tuscaloosa, delivered by Cowboys vice president of player personnel Gil Brandt, when Brandt struck a cow in Mississippi, wrecking the car.He played with the Cowboys during an era that defined them as “America’s Team,” making the playoffs in 11 of his 14 seasons and earning three trips to the Super Bowl. They fell just short of another trip in 1967 when they lost to the Packers in the famous “Ice Bowl” playing on a field Jordan called “a skating rink in the second half. They were lucky enough that they had tennis shoes but we didn’t count on anything like a frozen field, so all we had were plastic or steel cleats.”Like Bryant, Jordan speaks fondly of Landry, calling him “one of the smartest men I’ve ever known. He knew every position on every defense, on every offense. He knew what everybody was doing on every play. He was the most organized person I’ve ever met. He wasn’t as emotional or motivating as coach Bryant was. If he had been, we’d have won maybe 10 Super Bowls. But he was a great teacher.”Years after his retirement, he still ranks as the second leading tackler in Cowboys history despite being an undersized linebacker at 6-foot-1, 215 pounds. The College Hall of Famer became the seventh member of the Cowboys Ring of Honor and the first installed under new president Jerry Jones, who Jordan said “doesn’t know anything about football players but knows how to make money.”After his retirement from football, Jordan became a very successful businessman with his purchase of a lumber company, which he still operates in the Dallas area.“I had retired and was working in the offseason in the real estate business in sales,” he said. “I figured out I wasn’t that good of a salesman so I decided to go out and look for a business I could run and own. I tried to buy an automobile dealership and that didn’t work and the banker who was working with me told me I’ve got a guy that’s got 12-15 lumber companies, would you like to meet him? We met one day for lunch and when it was over, we had become tremendous friends. Within two months, I owned two lumber companies, one in Dallas and one in Houston and he was my mentor in the lumber business for the rest of his life.”Those lessons of life he learned from Bryant still hold true years later, he said.“I learned the business and I put the rules to work that coach Bryant taught us about hard work and being loyal to your employees and treating your customers fair and right,” he said. “I found those rules work in business no matter what you’re in.”Today, he spends time between houses he owns in the Dallas area and at Point Clear on the Alabama coast, speaking to groups on a variety of topics, but two that come up frequently in discussions on the NFL and college football: concussions and the College Football Playoff.Jordan, who was part of the suit filed by former players against the league over concussions, is thankful for the safety changes in the sport.“I think it’s great that we’re paying attention to concussions,” he said. “I’m so proud that even with our youngest players they are starting to treat high injuries like it should be treated. It took a lawsuit for the world to be conscious of this but I don’t feel bad that I’m a part of the lawsuit. In fact, I’m proud that we brought it to people’s attention. The NFL has covered that up for quite some time. And it’s similar with domestic violence.”As far as the College Football Playoff, he’s a big fan despite the criticism that has often been delivered toward the selection committee.“I’m so glad it’s here,” he said. “And people like to talk about how we ought to have 16 teams, but no, I don’t see any reason to make players play that much longer. If we do anything to make it larger, it shouldn’t be more than six. That’s my opinion. 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AUBURN — Wide receivers D’haquille Williams (right knee) and Ricardo Louis were on the sideline but did not dress for Auburn against Samford on Saturday.Williams dressed for Wednesday’s practice and was “day-to-day” leading into the game. He has not played since reportedly spraining his MCL during the second quarter against Texas A&M.Auburn coach Gus Malzahn reiterated optimism for the return of Williams, who leads Auburn with 38 receptions with 609 yards and five touchdowns, for the Iron Bowl.“We are hoping so,” Malzahn said. “I am not ready to make that call yet, but we are hopeful.”It was unclear why Louis, who had 18 catches for 189 yards and two touchdowns with 15 carries for 179 yards and a touchdown, was out but Malzahn said it was health related.“We held him out. We definitely want to try to get him healthy,” Malzahn said. “Any time you hold a guy out, there’s reasons, and hopefully he will be back healthy.”
All Activity Share this post Members Posted October 27, 2006 Sports Logo News Boise Burn 218 0 0 Next Prev well at least there’s baseball 0 Next 65 Share this post Yikes. Although sadly, it could be worse. Page 1 of 2 0 218 Share this post otherwilds Location:Mission, TX creativelysain Slammersman Recommended Posts To paraphrase the great George Takai “Oh my!” Share this post rams80 Share on other sites Posted October 27, 2006 744 2,305 662 posts Share on other sites Wow…I hope they kept the reciept… Not too impressed with that. Utter Dissapointment. Posted October 29, 2006 Location:SURPRISE, AZ Members 0 What a piece of junk. it’s butt ugly. Looks like cheap and tacky artwork found on stickers in gumballmachines. I wonder if it glows in the dark. Looks like the skull has a cookie in it’s mouth. With StudioSimon, SME, Joe Bosack or Francis Santaquilani around, I wonder why they keep turning out this crap.Women’s football has better logos than the AF2. 2018 NFC West Champs! Share on other sites Members Cyclopsis Joe jtthasportfreak Posted October 27, 2006 Posted October 27, 2006 Posted October 28, 2006 Forums Home 0 4,202 posts That helmet logo makes me wonder if they are sponsored by Viagra. 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Share on other sites Members Banned 0 4,078 0 12 Members 2 5 0 0 5 seattlefan68 Location:Left of Dead Center 1 The website 404’d me. and right now the logo should be 404’d. 0 Members Link to post Wowzers. Share this post 381 posts 744 167 posts The silver helmet and the orange facemask looks good they do make the logo work on there. I still think they may have done better. sideshowbob xxjdm66 Sports Logos 65 Share this post http://www.idahostatesman.com/238/story/57476.html Share on other sites 114 posts Slammersman 2,305 Favourite Logos:Baltimore Ravens( 1999-Present)Washington Capitals Secondary (2007-Present)Baltimore Orioles (1966-88, 2012-)Richmond Flying Squirrels Virginia Commonwealth University Rams (2014-Present) Link to post 0 Link to post Share this post Location:NC Yikes. 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Sourav Ganguly, Former Pakistani Cricketer and Captain of the Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI) “If Ganguly becomes the ICC president, it will be useful for cricketers and cricketers alike,” Kaneria said. Kanarea also noted that Ganguly has the wealth of experience to lead the ICC. Even if the election is called for and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) does not support him, Ganguly could easily become president with the support of other cricket boards. “If Ganguly becomes president, he will appeal against the ban,” Kaneria said.Recently there was speculation that Sourav Ganguly would be promoted to the role of Indian captain Shashank Manohar as the ICC chairman. When Shashank Manohar announced that he was not keen to be chairman for the third time, English cricket chief Colin Graves was reportedly expected to replace him. However, the BCCI is likely to field Ganguly in the wake of the collapse of the affair. It is thought that Ganguly could take advantage of the golden opportunity of international cricket rule.I hope Sourav Ganguly becomes ICC president in every way. It is good for cricketers and cricketers alike to get the title of a well-known cricketer. He is a professional cricketer and has led India for a long time. He is also an expert in cricket administration as president of the Bengal Cricket Association.It is up to each board to decide whether to support Ganguly for the position of ICC president. Although not supported by the Pakistan Cricket Board, he could be elected president with the support of other boards. He is likely to get the most votes. Ganguly has a reputation as a cricketer and a former Indian captain. All this will help Ganguly.Ganguly is currently the president of the BCCI. He has knowledge of all aspects of cricket. He knows the problems faced by the players and what cricket needs. Associated countries are also aware of the need to support them. Not only that, but players can also play their part – Kaneria pointed out.^ Supported by Graeme SmithEarlier, Cricket South Africa Director and former South African captain Graeme Smith and CEO Jack Foley had suggested that Ganguly should be promoted to the helm of the ICC. Ganguly had earlier supported former England captain David Gower. Ganguly, who manages a governing body filled with political cronies like the BCCI, can easily lead the ICC; Govt said that it will bring development.Jagmohan Dalmiya, Sharad Pawar and N. Srinivasan are the Indians who have led the ICC in the past. The BCCI hopes that if Ganguly contests, India will have the support of other than the English and Pakistani cricket boards.Ganguly, who was elected BCCI president last October, will expire this July. Then there is the cooling off period of 3 years. This is because he has been president of the Bengal Cricket Association for the past five years. Under the current law, a person can hold office for six consecutive years. However, India’s control of the ICC leadership does not apply.English Summary: If Sourav Ganguly becomes ICC president, it will help cricket and the players: Danish Kaneria
Sunshine Spikers of Ondo and Nigeria Police finished first in the men’s and women’s category at the first phase of the Nigeria Volleyball Division One League held at the indoor sports hall of the University of Ilorin, Kwara state.Sunshine Spikers of Ondo state pummeled Nigeria Army 3-0 (25-16, 25-13, 25-20) in the men’s match while Nigeria Police Force eased pass Imo state 3-0 (25-9, 25-13, 25-13) in the women’s match on the final day.The head coach of Sunshine Spikers of Ondo, Adeniyi Adekalu told newsmen that his team was able to overpower the threats from the Nigeria Army.He said, “Majority of volleyball pundits have predicted against my team but I give glory to God because the tactics I used worked perfectly for us.“The Nigeria Army team we played came out smoking but we were able to checkmate them and by the time they say our firepower, they had to lay low”.The National U19 coach revealed that loopholes observed in the final will be corrected before the commencement of the second phase.Adekalu said, “The secret of my team is hard work; every time we train hard and try to find our loopholes. During our final match with Nigeria Army, I identified some shortcomings and loopholes which we are going to correct.“The next plan of action is for us to go back home and keep on training hard; we cannot rest on our oars now because many teams want to play Ondo team. You can see that from the start of this tournament, the moment teams want to play Sunshine Spikers, they use all their strength but we know it is a normal thing for them to try upsetting the champion”.The second phase of the Nigeria Volleyball Division one league will be played in Bauchi by a date yet to be decided by the League Organising Committee of the FederationOther results of Day 7:Nigeria Prisons v ABM of Katsina 3-0 (25-20, 25-18, 25-18)Kada Kings v Offa Volleyball Club 3-1 (20-25, 25-22, 25-15, 25-22)Delta Force v Dynamic 3-1 (25-16, 21-25, 25-18, 25-18)Men standing:1st Sunshine Spikers- 26 points2nd Nigeria Army- 24 points3rd Niger Brass- 19 points4th Offa Volleyball Club- 18 points5th Kada Kings- 14 points6th Nigeria Prisons- 13 points7th ABM of Katsina- 9 points8th Dynamic of Anambra- 6 points9th Delta Force- 6 points10th Imo state- 0 pointsWomen standing:1st Nigeria Police Force- 9 points2nd Imo state- 6 points3rd Ok Babes of Ogun- 3 points4th Zamfara- 0 pointsRelated
iStock/jarun011(LOS ANGELES) — The potentially deadly coronavirus has led Chinese health officials to quarantine people and cancel many public activities — and some of those will hurt Hollywood’s bottom line.Deadline reports amid the outbreak, all local film releases scheduled for the highly lucrative Chinese New Year period have been canceled, and theaters closed. And that could spell a one-billion-dollar blow to global box office, or more.The Chinese New Year period — the New Year itself begins Saturday — is huge for movies in China, which is the globe’s second-biggest moviegoing market.What’s at stake is not only the box office receipts for Chinese-made films, but for Hollywood movies for which the Middle Kingdom’s audience normally has a healthy appetite.Indeed, many films that were considered bombs in the U.S. became hits thanks to audiences in China and throughout Asia.As for the coronavirus’ impact, an industry insider tells Deadline, “Moviegoing is so concentrated during this period, even with later releases, it will be impossible to overcome the massive loss.”How concentrated? Chinese box office receipts tallied $1.6 billion bucks by February’s end in 2019.China has also extended its severe travel ban to additional cities, cutting off travel for 20 million people during a time when millions are expected to be traveling for the holiday.The quarantine began Thursday in Wuhan, the city at the center of the coronavirus outbreak. Authorities shut down transportation in the 11 million person city, prohibiting people from using buses, trains or ferries, and canceling flights and trains leaving Wuhan.Those travel restrictions have since been extended to the nearby cities of Huanggang and Ezhou, both in China’s Hubei province.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Before Steven Adams dunked on Enes Kanter, Billy Donovan told Dennis Schroder to “run it again.”— Erik Horne (@ErikHorneOK) November 15, 2018Kanter was traded to the Knicks in the deal that brought Carmelo Anthony to Oklahoma City.The former No. 3 overall pick by the Jazz is known to be a very good offensive player, but he has had his struggles with defense in the past.The Thunder scored a season-high 37 points in the first quarter Wednesday. Adams had 10 points and three rebounds. Thunder center Steven Adams doesn’t think much of former teammate Enes Kanter’s defensive ability.According to the Oklahoman, Adams went up to Knicks coach David Fizdale during Wednesday’s matchup and told him to sub Kanter out. “He can’t play defense,” he said.Steven Adams to David Fizdale during a stoppage: “Sub him (him being Enes Kanter) out. He can’t play defense.”— Erik Horne (@ErikHorneOK) November 15, 2018This came just minutes after Adams dunked on Kanter.Before that sequence, Thunder coach Billy Donovan told OKC guard Dennis Schroder to “run it again,” meaning he wanted Schroder to get the ball to Adams, who was matched up with Kanter inside.
iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Notable gay rights lawyer and environmental activist David Buckel was discovered burned to death in an apparent suicide in popular Brooklyn park early Saturday morning.A jogger on a run through Prospect Park at around 6:15 a.m. spotted a fire on the grass, police sources said.The jogger flagged down a New York Police Department cop who then approached the blaze and discovered a person was burning, the sources said.Before self-immolating, Buckel,60, stowed his identification and a suicide note nearby, the sources added.In the noted Buckel said his “early death by fossil fuel” was a protest against damage to the environment, according to the New York Daily News.The location where Buckel decided to take his own life was only a few blocks away from his home just off the park.Buckel earned acclaim when he championed a lawsuit involving a transgender man named Brandon Teena who was slain in Nebraska.The man’s life story was adapted to the big screen in the indie film hit “Boys Don’t Cry,”He also spearheaded same-sex marriage cases in numerous states around the country.Lamda Legal, where Buckel served as its project director, released a statement calling the counselor “a visionary.”“This is a tremendous loss for our Lambda Legal family, but also for the entire movement for social justice,” according to the statement. “David was an indefatigable attorney and advocate, and also a dedicated and loving friend to so many. He will be remembered for his kindness, devotion, and vision for justice.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related
1-18 Capitals (28-14-3) at Devils (22-12-8) 7pmTV: NBC Sports WashingtonLast game for Washington: 4-3 win at CarolinaAlex Ovechkin-goal, 2 assistsJay Beagle-goalBrett Connolly-goalLars Eller-goalPhilipp Grubauer-36 savesThe Washington Capitals just got off their bye week. Before their mini-break, the Washington Capitals took on the Carolina Hurricanes in a home-and-home series and the teams split the two games. The Capitals have now gone 6-1 in their last seven games and they have a five-point lead over the Devils for first place in the Metro Division.Last game for New Jersey: 4-1 win at NY IslandersDamon Severson-2 goalsTaylor Hall-goalKyle Palmieri-goalJesper Bratt-2 assistsKeith Kinkaid-25 savesNew Jersey enters this contest ranked 7th in the league in scoring at 3.12 gpg, while also ranking 18th in shots taken (31.3 spg). The New Jersey Devils have really been struggling of late and they entered their game against the Islanders on Tuesday night having lost their last six games in a row. Well, that skid is now over after topping the Islanders on the road by a score of 4-1. Please follow and like us:
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