FRISCO, Texas –The Southland Conference and member school Southeastern Louisiana each have submissions that are finalists for 2019 SVG College Sports Media Awards (CSMA), presented by Sports Video Group (SVG) and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). The league is being represented in Atlanta by Associate Commissioner Chris Mycoskie, who manages the league’s broadcasting operations and serves on the SVG College Advisory Board. “We are pleased that the quality of work within the Southland is being recognized by the SVG CSMA,” said Southland Commissioner Tom Burnett. “We continue to raise the bar with our broadcasts and the recognition we receive nationally is gratifying. It is a great combined effort at both the league and institutional levels.” Southeastern Louisiana and the Southeastern Channel, a multiple Emmy award-winning student broadcast operation, is also a finalist in the “Outstanding Live Non-Game Production” category for collegiate students with its “The Big Game – Pick and Roll” video. The Southland is one of five selections in the “Outstanding Live Game Production” category among Collegiate Conferences and Governing Bodies for its November 10, 2018, production of the McNeese at Northwestern State football game. The contest, streamed on ESPN3, was a double-overtime thriller that the Demons won 37-34. The entry is up against other productions from fellow Division I conferences the Atlantic Coast, Patriot League, Sun Belt and West Coast. The crew that night at Turpin Stadium included producer Mike Watts, director Travis Brancel and technical director Gordon Moneyhan. Jeff Palermo provided play-by-play descriptions, alongside College Football Hall of Fame inductee and former NSU student-athlete Gary Reasons as color analyst. Taylor Verrico served as sideline reporter. Southeastern received four Honorable Mentions, each in the best in Collegiate Student, Outstanding Live Non-Game Production category. The entries “The Big Game” and “The Big Game – Quick Hits” were chosen as honorable mentions along with pieces from Ball State and SUNY Oswego.The Southeastern Channel student sportscast, “The Big Game”, has been named a National Finalist for the 2019 College Sports Media Awards in Atlanta… https://t.co/UmGjOqWwXu pic.twitter.com/dGd7VRYBOx— Southeastern Channel (@SEChannel) May 29, 2019The Southland received Honorable Mentions, both in the “Outstanding Promotional Videos: Hype, Open, Tease, PSA or Marketing Campaigns.” One entitled “Countdown to Katy,” which promoted the 2018-19 Southland Basketball Tournament. The other, “Southland Strong,” highlighted the virtues of the 13-school league and was filmed at the annual Student-Athlete Advisory Council retreat in Frisco. The selection of finalists was announced last week, and winners will be selected by a panel of judges and announced at the ninth-annual College Sports Media Awards ceremony on Thursday at the SVG College Summit in Atlanta.
KOBE HONORED–The Lakers legend is memorialized Thursday at Santa Anita Park as his original number 8 sits atop a statue of the legendary Seabiscuit, who was retired at age seven following his victory in the 1940 Santa Anita Handicap.
SADLER’S FLAGSTAFF HEADS SATURDAY’S GRADE II, $200,000 PALOS VERDES STAKES AS OLDER HORSES GO SIX FURLONGS ARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 22, 2020)–Trainer John Sadler’s talented 6-year-old gelding Flagstaff, idle since Nov. 2, heads a field of six older horses going six furlongs in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Palos Verdes Stakes at Santa Anita.A game nose winner of the seven furlong Damascus Stakes Nov. 2, Flagstaff, a lightly raced son of Eclipse Champion Sprinter Speightstown, will be making his second start in graded stakes competition on Saturday.Sadler will also be represented by the venerable 8-year-old gelding St. Joe Bay, a three-time graded stakes winner who’s been idle since winning the Grade II, seven furlong San Carlos Stakes here on March 30.Idle since March 30, Bob Baffert’s veteran 5-year-old Ax Man has trained well for his return and Baffert’s Speed Pass, a 4-year-old Bodemeister gelding who is unbeaten in two starts gets a major test for class off of a galloping seven length allowance score at Los Alamitos on Dec. 7.FLAGSTAFFOwner: Lane’s End Racing & Hronis Racing, LLCTrainer: John SadlerA game nose winner of the seven furlong Damascus Stakes on Nov. 2, Flagstaff has won four out of his nine starts and been in the money on eight occasions. Off as the even money favorite in the Damascus, he ran a big third at 9-1 two starts back in the Grade I Santa Anita Sprint Championship, a race in which he was beaten 2 ½ lengths by top gun Omaha Beach.ST. JOE BAYOwner: Hronis Racing, LLCTrainer: John SadlerA winner of the 2017 Palos Verdes, Florida-bred St. Joe Bay could be in need of a race off the lengthy layoff, but his 14-4-5-2 record over the Santa Anita main track is well worth noting. Based at Los Alamitos for his return to afternoon action, St. Joe Bay will be ridden for the first time by Rafael Bejarano. The leading money earner in the Palos Verdes field with $734,515, his overall mark stands at 36-7-7-6.AX MANOwner: Patti & Hal EarnhardtTrainer: Bob BaffertConsidered a Derby prospect two years ago, this 5-year-old gelding by Misremembered won the restricted Sir Barton Stakes going 1 1/16 miles at Pimlico in his fourth career start on May 19, 2018, but is still looking for his first graded stakes win in what will be his 10th career start. Idle since well beaten here as the 6-5 favorite going seven furlongs in the Grade II San Carlos Stakes March 30, Ax Man brings an outstanding work tab and a full serving of class to Saturday’s Palos Verdes.SPEED PASSOwner: Mike Pegram, Karl Watson and Paul WeitmanTrainer: Bob BaffertA first-out maiden winner going six furlongs at Los Alamitos Sept. 20, Speed Pass relished a main track listed as “good” on Dec. 7 at Los Al, responding with a scintillating seven length allowance score at the same distance as the 6-5 favorite. Out of the Curlin mare Julie Napp, Speed Pass could be sitting on a big 4-year-old campaign as he faces much tougher horses in the Palos Verdes.THE GRADE II PALOS VERDES WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 8 of 9 Approximate post time 4 p.m. PTAx Man–Drayden Van Dyke–120Captain Scotty–Abel Cedillo–120Flagstaff–Victor Espinoza–120Grinning Tiger–Umberto Rispoli–120St. Joe Bay–Rafael Bejarano–122Speed Pass–J.C. Diaz, Jr.–120First post time for a nine-race card on Saturday is at 12:30 p.m. For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.
Wests Tigers chair Marina Go said the decision was not an easy one for the club to make.”On behalf of everyone at Wests Tigers I’d like to thank Jason for his commitment and contribution to the club during his time as head coach,” Go said.”Jason has overseen significant change within the club over the past two seasons and we thank him for his efforts.”Our position has always been to make sure that the head club’s contract is tied to performance and that hasn’t changed.”We are committed to building a side that will be in a position to win NRL premierships and believe that this decision is the correct one for the future of the club.”This is a challenging time for the club and Jason and we ask that we are given time to work through this process with Jason.”Current Wests Tigers assistant coach Andrew Webster will take on the role of interim head coach.Webster returned to Wests Tigers this year after spending two seasons as an assistant coach at the New Zealand Warriors. Picture: West Tigers Media
Play NRL Fantasy presented by Youi. It’s free, fun and totally addictiveWinnersWarriors superstars Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (90) and Shaun Johnson (68) inspired their team to a win over the Ash Taylor-less Titans and grabbed a lot of Fantasy points in the process, sitting at one and two in the points rankings this week.They weren’t the only Warriors to impress, with value recruits Tohu Harris (68 points, $35,000 price rise) and Peta Hiku (53 points, $41,000 price rise) proving their worth to Fantasy coaches.Several big names also fired, led by Manly half Daly Cherry-Evans (74), must-have Rabbitohs hooker Damien Cook (72), Roosters fullback James Tedesco (70) and Cowboys wizard Johnathan Thurston.Cook was the biggest earner of the week with a $67,000 jump after averaging 64.5 in the opening two rounds, just ahead of Wests Tigers winger/fullback Corey Thompson ($65,000), Tuivasa-Sheck ($59,000) andBroncos prop Tevita Pangai Junior, who jumped $52,000 this week and looks like a great buy in the front row – he still costs the same as Russell Packer, who has scored 25 points a game compared with Pangai Junior’s 50.Richie Kennar (+$50k), Slade Griffin (+$47k), Kalyn Ponga (+$41k), and Raymond Faitala-Mariner (+$39k) are more popular cash cows on the rise, while Panthers impact forward Viliame Kikau had a much quieter week than round one with 24 points but still earned another $49,000 price jump.Meanwhile a couple of hard-working forwards in Titans prop Jai Arrow (54) and Rabbitohs lock Cameron Murray (53) both performed like cut-price keepers.LosersWarriors cheapie Isaiah Papali’i suffered a knee injury against the Titans and left the field with just 2 points to his name, halting any possible price rises for now, while Greg Inglis (concussion, 14), Jordan Kahu (jaw, 2), Daniel Tupou (pectoral, 6) and Sam McKendry (knee, 26) were among the other players to be struck down by injuries.Jarryd Hayne (10) had a game to forget against Manly, like most of Parramatta’s players, and dropped $17,000 in value while Storm halfback Brodie Croft struggled once again and has now lost almost $50,000 on his starting price. He’s got the potential to turn it around but after scores of 21 and 23 will be a trade for a lot of teams this week.James Maloney scored 14 to bring his Fantasy average into positive territory (well, 5) but he’s lost $78,000 in value already and the 6881 Fantasy coaches who have him should cut their losses quickly. He’s a quality player but with a habit of coming up with missed tackles, errors and penalties his game just doesn’t suit Fantasy scoring.Speaking of negative scores, Valentine Holmes finished on -1 and after last week’s 8 he’s now lost a massive $98,000 in value – and he’ll need to score 66 or more to avoid another price drop this week.After a couple of strong efforts in round one there were big comedowns for cut-price forwards Robbie Rochow (14, including eight missed tackles) and James Fisher-Harris (19).And alarm bells could be ringing for Paul Gallen owners, with the Sharks skipper and long-time Fantasy gun making just 28 in 57 minutes this week after scoring 36 off the bench in round one. On the flipside, his price has dipped $52,000 in the opening rounds so he could be great value down the track if and when he turns his form around.NRL Fantasy Team of the Week1. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (90)2. James Tedesco (70)3. James Roberts (55)4. Peta Hiku (53)5. David Nofoaluma (65)6. Shaun Johnson (78)7. Daly Cherry-Evans (74)8. Tevita Pangai Junior (61)9. Damien Cook (72)10. Jai Arrow (54)11. Tohu Harris (68)12. Josh Jackson (66)13. Jake Trbojevic (64)14. Johnathan Thurston (70)15. Andrew McCullough (69)16. Blake Austin (67)17. Tyson Frizell (64)Play NRL Fantasy presented by Youi. It’s free, fun and totally addictive
If there is a player from Cádiz who has claimed himself in this last month of competition, this is undoubtedly David Querol. The Catalan extreme, converted into its best moments as a second point, He has profited as nobody the minutes he has played in goals. Has done four in just 365 minutes of play between League and Cup. His benefits have led him to be on the exit ramp to end up on loan in the winter market, which now Many questions have been raised as to whether it should be left on loan to a Second. Elche has been interested in its services, but seen what has been seen, and more after the expected march until June from Caye Quintana to Fuenlabrada, everything indicates that Cervera will retain its march. Querol, as we say, has reversed a situation against him in recent games. Before his first goal of the season against Real Oviedo at Carlos Tartiere, he only accumulated 105 minutes of play. For eight days, he was not summoned, although it must be borne in mind that in the prolegomena of the match against Albacete he suffered some muscular discomfort from which he took to recover. Although he was summoned against Lugo, he did not play and had to wait to reappear in Fuenlabrada. His moment came two games later, when he left by Caye Quintana in Oviedo, dialing a few minutes later. Querol’s profitability rose exponentially only two days later, scoring the winning goal in the Copa clash against Loyalty, and to close your fantastic week, He also scored another goal for Numancia which, however, could not avoid the win against the Sorianos. In spite of everything, it was not of the game before the Ponferradina, in a clash that was complicated by the expulsion of Quezada, which prevented Cervera from raising a final arreón with him on the grass. And that’s it this week, he advanced his team with a superb goal a pass from Javi Navarro, which, however, did not serve to certify the round pass when the UD Logroñés tied and imposed these in the penalty shootout. That said, a profitability that clears doubts.This Tuesday will know the extent of Fali’s injuryThe tense wait to know the exact mayor of the injury that occurred on his right foot the Valencian central Fali, at the end of the first part of the cupbearer against UD Logroñés in Nuevo Las Gaunas. The cadist player underwent different tests this Monday to assess the exact extent of his injury. The first exploration that was done in a hospital in Logroño moments after leaving the field were not very positive, but The club has preferred to make sure well before giving a definitive diagnosis that will be known on Tuesday.If the forecasts are confirmed, that is, you may suffer a broken bone in the damaged foot, it is speculated that Fali could be convalescing for an approximate period of at least two months. If so, it would be necessary to assess whether Cervera has a valid replacement taking into account the almost certain exit of Sergio Sánchez in the winter market.
The Copa del Rey is the tournament of the little ones, of the opportunities for those teams that conform year to year with the salvation in LaLiga Santander and also for the less habitual soccer players. With few exceptions, coaches usually bet in the KO tournament for substitutes or alternate undisputed with regular players. Thus, Messi did not dispute the round of 16, Modric and Kroos stayed at home, Morata also did not travel with the already eliminated Atlético … Reviewing the First Division scorers table in the last decade leads to an unequivocal conclusion: Leo Messi has been the king and only Cristiano and Luis Suárez have shaded him. However, in Copa, different pichichis have happened in recent years. What is theirs? Are they still in Spanish football? Have they always been from a First Division team?Last season they shared an award Ángel Rodríguez, Rodrigo Moreno and Toko Ekambi. Curious, since neither Real Madrid nor Barcelona nor Atlético had representation. All of them scored five goals and the Valencianist helped his team win the tournament. They continue in their club, except the former striker of Villarreal, who has landed at Lyon in this same winter market. In the 2017-18 season, two other players tied targets at the top of the table: Luis Suarez and Correa They signed five targets. The Argentine is now owned by Lazio, which invested a figure close to fifteen million euros. Of course, none could reach the figure of Victor Curto, Murcia forward, who scored six goals. His team did not even reach sixteenths, despite the display of his battering ram in the previous rounds.The pichichis of the Cup in the last decade The unforgettable year of Pablo InfanteThe new format of the Copa del Rey was born with the purpose of gaining emotion and, why not, that the Mirandés deed happened again in the 2011-12 season. It started as so many others have done: as Second Division B team It is measured with a club that plays European competitions. Before, I had already eliminated Amorebieta, Balompédica Linense and Logroñés. In sixteenths it was time for the truth. And they succeeded: they overthrew the Villarreal and then they would do it with him Racing and the Spanish. In the semifinals, the Athletic He put an end to the dream and warned them at the gates of the final. Even so, it was an unforgettable year, which ended with the promotion to LaLiga SmartBank.The great protagonist of that unlikely story was Pablo Infante. The attacker was the top scorer of that Cup with six goals and aroused the interest of everyone in football, as he combined his work on the pitch with his profession in a bank. Once retired, he decided to oppose one of the vacant administrative positions in the Mobility service of the City of Burgos. Perhaps it was even harder to be the best score of the 560 applicants than their historic Cup. With the current format, of course, more images like yours will be seen again. “I am in favor of everything that allows the surprise and that the small team can bid against the big one,” he said in an interview in AS.ALBERTO IRANZO & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Cristiano Ronaldo scored the decisive goal of the 2010-11 Copa del Rey final.ALBERTO IRANZO (DAILY AS) 2018-19Ángel (Getafe), Rodrigo (Valencia) and Ekambi (Villarreal)5 2009-10Maxi Rodríguez (Athletic)5 2016-17Messi (Barcelona) and Ben Yedder (Seville)5 2010-11Messi (Barcelona) and Cristiano (Real Madrid)7 FELIX ORDONEZ & nbsp; (REUTERS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>The Mirandés reached the semifinals of the Copa del Rey in the 2011-12 season from Second Division B.FELIX ORDONEZ (REUTERS) 2017-18Víctor Curto (Real Murcia)6 2011-12Pablo Infante (Mirandés)6 2014-15Iago Aspas (Sevilla) and Neymar (Barcelona)7 SeasonPlayersGoals Messi also reigns in the CupFor the star of Barcelona it is not impediment to play less minutes to crown the ranking of top scorer of the year in the KO tournament. He got it in the 2016-17 season, tied for five goals with Ben Yedder (now Monaco player). Also a year earlier, when he marked the same (5) that Luis Suarez, Munir (I was at Barça, now in Sevilla), Guidetti (from Celta to Hannover 96) and Negredo (from Valencia to Al-Nasr, from the United Arab Emirates). The ’10’ made a break in the 2014-15 campaign, giving facilities to his partner Neymar (milita in the PSG) and to Iago Aspas (reference of the Celtic, was pichichi of the Cup with the shirt of Seville). Both scored seven goals. It was a small lapse, since in 2013-14, Messi was also crowned as the top gunner of the competition. 2015-16Messi, Suárez and Munir (Barcelona); Guidetti (Celtic) and Negredo (Valencia)5 2012-13Diego Costa (Athletic)8 2013-14Messi (Barcelona)5 Cristiano’s only pichichi; the most scoring Costa …Cristiano Ronaldo (in Juventus), top scorer in the history of Real Madrid, conforms to a single Pichichi in the Copa del Rey. It was in the 2010-11 season, when he scored a great goal in the final to give the title to his team. In addition, that historic header also served to match the seven goals that Leo Messi had so far. Two years later, the Portuguese signed the same figure, but did not reach the eight of Diego Costa, the best brand of the whole decade. As with the Madrid player, the Spanish-Brazilian striker scored in the final to give the trophy to his Atletico. First of all, in 2009-10, Maxi Rodríguez was the top gunner of the KO tournament. The Argentine is 39 years old today and continues to play in his native country. Milita at Newell’s, where he has scored four goals so far this season.
Behind the defeat of the Real society in Butarque, the tie of Seville and the triumph of Getafe in San Mamés, the Valencia arrives in February in the fifth place, two points from the Champions area and one point above Atlético. A good situation to face a near future in which they will be measured at three direct rivals to finish in the first four at the end of the season.In the next month, Valencia will face Getafe, Atlético and Real Sociedad consecutively. And he will also do it at home against Bordalás, next Saturday, and before the Txuri Urdin team, on February 22. To the Cholo team Simeone will be the only to receive in Mestalla, February 15. They will start the month of March receiving Betis, In Mestalla, once you pass the carousel of direct duels. But the difficulty also increases because weekday, the Valencia I also know will play in the next month his future in the Copa del Rey and the Champions League. To start, tomorrow Valencia visits Los Cármenes, a single game, in the quarterfinals of the Cup. In case of winning, the next Wednesday 12 the first leg of the semifinal of the KO tournament. Also on Wednesday February 19th The game of the year arrives. Atalanta waits in San Siro in the first leg of the round of 16 of the Champions The coperas laps would already be in March.Celades weighs rotationsValencia will play seven games in 27 days, as long as win Granada tomorrow in Copa del Rey quarters. That’s why Albert Celades has in mind to do rotations in some positions during some matches. “Some players have played more games than we would want for the injuries we have had,” Celades told a news conference. Now, With the arrival of Florenzi, the coach has one more wicker to think about resting some of his players. In addition, regardless of Garay’s injury, the infirmary has emptied and the laps of Guedes and Piccini are close. With these wicks, despite the fact that clashes are key to the future of the three competitions, Celades could consider giving rest to some of their players who accumulate more minutes this season.
The Russian Valeri Karpin, former player of Celta, Real Sociedad and Valencia, renewed today for five seasons as a coach of Rostov, third place in the Russian league.“I hope these five years become ten years and then fifteen. Karpin is a young coach, who progresses year after year, just like the team and the club, ” assured president of Rostov, Artashes Arutiuniants, on the website of the Russian club.He stressed that Karpin, who trained Spartak Moscow and Mallorca in the past, has “chemistry” with the city of southern Russia, so he predicted that “He will be the Rostov coach for a long time.”With Karpin on the bench, the Rostov could only have been ninth and eleventh the last two seasons, but this time it is showing great strength since the beginning of the championship.Karpin recovered evicted players like the Finnish of Russian origin Roman Yeriomenko, sanctioned for doping, and Bulgarian Ivelin Popov, ruled out by Spartak, and its performance has been very high. The same can be said of Ionov, what now it is a fixed in the Russian team, although The great revelation is the Uzbek Eldor Shomurodov, who has 10 goals in 16 league games.More risky was his decision to rescue Pável Mamáev, recently released from prison after serving almost a year in prison for hooliganism and aggression, and who had been rejected by his former club, the Krasnodar.Karpin was already second in the Russian league twice in front of Spartak (2009 and 2011-12)but since then failed to settle either in Russia (Torpedo) or in Spain (Mallorca).He left football to work as chief editor in a newly created sports channel, Match TV, but He quit because he missed work with soccer players.At the time said the best player he had trained is Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio, who helped explode with 18 years in Mallorca.At 51, Karpin does not give up returning to Spain, but first he wants to take advantage of this second chance that football has given him with Rostov, the club whose best place in the Russian league was second in (2015-16) with Kurbán Berdíev on the bench.
The Spanish Football Federation has informed the Anti-Corruption Office of the complaint filed by Luis Advíncula, side of Rayo Vallecano, to the Madrid club because a certain amount of the player’s salary has been paid in Panama through the intermediary that intervened in the player’s signing this past summer, Ronald Baroni.As reported by the Cadena SER, this complaint, which has been filed in the first instance before RFEF and LaLiga, points to Raúl Martín Presa, president of the club, David Cobeño, sports director and the lawyer of the Vallecas entity, Gema Barrasa as alleged responsible for the events. This station ensures that one of the evidence presented are recordings of the different meetings held by Peruvian agents with David Cobeño and Gema Barrasa that would demonstrate the illegality of the payments. In addition, it ensures the SER Chain, The trustees of the franjirrojo club justified this operation based on the fact that those amounts paid in Panama could not be paid in Spain. This radio has published the audios on its website in which, allegedly, Cobeño explains the operation to another of those present and that have been presented as evidence against Rayo Vallecano. “We give Luis the federative contract that was signed last year and the increase is paid through the agent,” the sports director allegedly explains. A man, who seems to represent Advíncula’s interests in the meeting, says if there is proof of a supposed increase and ensures that the side “He has no agreement with the Panamanian that he will pay the 450” in reference to Baroni. In addition, in this audio, David Cobeño allegedly asks if Advíncula received last year’s payment to what the man who represents the Peruvian in this negotiation answering no. From the club they assured Cadena SER that these payments were not remunerations to the Peruvian player but the payment of the signing commissions to Baroni.Luis Advíncula signed this summer for Rayo Vallecano, who paid close to 3 million euros to Tigres. The Peruvian was already assigned last season in Vallecas, an operation for which Lightning also paid Tigers.RFEF raised the complaint, LaLiga investigates internallyWhile the RFEF considered it necessary to raise the complaint to the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor, on Monday, LaLiga has assured that it is conducting an investigation into what happened.According to this entity, on January 26, the agent of Luis Advíncula made these facts known to LaLiga and this is working according to the provisions of its statutes by opening “the instruction of information reserved to Rayo Vallecano de Madrid, SAD” . Now, LaLiga holds meetings with both parties, club and player, to “determine if any sanctionable conduct has occurred” and if it is necessary to bring it to the attention of Justice.