Giants win behind impressive rookie, flip switch on Padres who suddenly look different

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO — When the Giants traveled to Petco Park for the first series of the 2019 season, they helped the San Diego Padres inspire hope in the local fan base.The young, exciting Padres turned heads with their energy, their raw talent and three wins in four games over a Giants squad that appeared slow, flawed and behind the times.The Giants (28-38) haven’t exactly turned the tables over the last two months, but they managed to flip a switch against San Diego in this week’s two-game …last_img

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Opinion: Will A’s billionaire owner end silence on ballpark plan?

first_imgWhen the Oakland A’s plans for a new ballpark near Lake Merritt collapsed in December 2017, the team said it was “shocked.”When the Oakland City Council recently initiated a lawsuit aimed at blocking the team’s purchase of Alameda County’s half-interest in the Coliseum, A’s President Dave Kaval said the team was “blindsided.”This “blindsided,” “shocked,” 13-year search for a new A’s ballpark was getting old. Then Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred threw a high hard one at the head …last_img

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SA’s high-speed train on track

first_img13 October 2006A Canadian-French-South African consortium has begun construction on South Africa’s Gautrain, a R25-billion rapid rail link between Johannesburg, Pretoria and OR Tambo International Airport (formerly Johannesburg International Airport).According to Business Day, the government will foot about R21.9-billion of the Gautrain’s construction bill, with an additional R3.5-billion to be provided by the private sector – making it the biggest public-private partnership South Africa has yet seen.It is also now the biggest rail project under construction in the world. Construction of the first link in the Gautrain network, between the airport and Sandton in Johannesburg, started on 28 September and will take around 45 months to complete – the aim being to have the link in place by June 2010, in time for the Football World Cup.The rest of the network, including the section between Sandton and central Johannesburg and the section between Sandton and Pretoria, is due to be completed nine months later, by March 2011.The full 80-kilometre route will have three anchor stations – at the airport and in central Johannesburg and Pretoria – and seven other stations: at Rosebank, Sandton and Marlboro in Johannesburg, at Rhodesfield in Kempton Park, at Centurion and Hatfield in Pretoria, and at Midrand between the two cities.Speeds of up to 180km/hTravelling at speeds of up to 160 to 180 kilometres an hour, the Gautrain will take commuters from Johannesburg to Pretoria in under 40 minutes, while its dedicated air passenger service will make the trip between Sandton and the airport a 15-minute breeze.Most of the route in Johannesburg and its suburbs will be underground, moving from Park Station in the city centre under the Johannesburg Hospital in Parktown towards Rosebank and on to Sandton.To begin with, the inter-city commuter service will run at least six trains an hour in both directions, operating for approximately 18 hours a day, backed up by dedicated buses to transport passengers to and from stations.The air passenger service will include facilities suited to travellers’ needs, such as facilities for checking in luggage at Sandton station.Besides easing traffic congestion and related air pollution in Gauteng province – South Africa’s economic heartland – the Gautrain will connect with buses and taxis to help create a more efficient public transport system and thus stimulate economic growth in the country.“This is not about elite public transport,” Transport Minister Jeff Radebe said at the sod-turning ceremony in Johannesburg in September. “[It] is about creating a mass transit system that caters for workers and business people, civil servants and scholars, shoppers and leisure seekers to get them where they want to be – safely, securely and affordably.”Will it be ready for 2010?While every effort will be made to have the Gautrain link between Sandton and OR Tambo International Airport operational in time for the 2010 World Cup, the project does not revolve around the soccer tournament.Briefing Parliament’s transport committee in Cape Town on Wednesday, Gautrain project leader Jack van der Merwe emphasised that the R25-billion system was designed primarily for Gauteng commuters, and that it could not be rushed simply to ensure that it was ready for tourists visiting the country in June and July 2010.The airport-Sandton link would be ready in time for 2010, Van der Merwe said, but would not guarantee this. “We’d rather be late than be sorry … The volume of work is such that you can’t rush it.”The Gautrain is being built by the Bombela Consortium, which includes Montreal-based Bombardier Inc – the world’s biggest manufacturer of trains – and French civil contractor Bouygues Travaux Publics.It also includes RATP International, the operator of the metro and commuter railways in Paris, South African civil contractor Murray & Roberts, and Strategic Partners Group, which comprises a number of South African black economic empowerment companies.According to some estimates, the project could employ as many as 18 000 people over the next 20 years and generate business activities worth up to R3.6-billion per annum.SouthAfrica.info reporter Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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Cong. dominates in election of local body chairpersons

first_imgThe ruling Congress registered an impressive victory in the election of mayors and chairpersons of the municipal bodies in Rajasthan on Tuesday, winning the posts in 35 of the 49 urban local bodies which went to the polls recently. The Congress had swept the civic polls by emerging victorious in 965 of the 2,105 wards last week.Elected unopposedThe Congress candidates were elected as heads of 35 civic bodies, while the BJP contestants won in 13 seats and an independent in one. The ward councillors elected chairpersons in 46 local bodies, situated in 24 districts, on Tuesday, as the chairpersons in three civic bodies — Makrana Municipal Council and Rupbas and Nimbahera municipalities — were earlier elected unopposed.Abhijit Kumar of the Congress, who unsuccessfully fought the 2019 Lok Sabha election, was elected Mayor of Bharatpur Municipal Corporation. BJP’s Sushila Kanwar and Govind Singh Tak won as Mayors of Municipal Corporations in Bikaner and Udaipur, respectively.Among the 17 Municipal Councils, the Congress candidates were elected chairpersons in 13, the BJP in three and an independent in one. The Congress candidates won as chairpersons in 21 of the 29 municipalities and the BJP candidates in eight.In the municipal election held on November 16, the Congress had obtained a clear majority in 20 local bodies, while the BJP’s majority was confined to six. Prior to the election, the Congress and the BJP controlled 21 municipal bodies each and the remaining seven were with others.Pradesh Congress Committee president Sachin Pilot, who is also the Deputy Chief Minister, said the election results had proved that the people in the State were “fully satisfied” with the government’s performance. “The Congress party is actively working for extending the benefits of welfare policies to the masses. Our chairpersons and councillors will work hard for development of urban areas.”Chief Electoral Officer Shyam Singh Rajpurohit said the election to the posts of deputy chairpersons of civic bodies would be held on Wednesday.last_img read more

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India banking on crowd support to win hockey gold

first_imgAlready assured of their maiden medal in the Commonwealth Games, a confident India will be hoping to ride on home support to seek a major upset against world champions and three-time gold medallists Australia in the final of the men’s hockey event at the Commonwealth Games, in New Delhi on Thursday.The Indians have already scripted history by ensuring themselves at least a silver medal since hockey’s introduction in the Games in the 1998 Kuala Lumpur edition after beating England 5-4 via tie-breaker in a dramatic second semi-final on Tuesday.Thursday’s title clash also gives India a great opportunity to avenge their identical 2-5 loss to the mighty Kookaburras during the pool stages as well as during the World Cup held at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here, earlier this year.A win on Thursday will not only give eight-time Olympic champions India it’s first-ever Commonwealth Games gold but will also do wonders for the national game, which is battling hard to redeem its lost pride.The Indians are also on a roll as, after being piped to the corner in the preliminary stage, they made a remarkable comeback and defeated Pakistan 7-4 in their must-win final pool match to make it to the semis.In the semifinal against ever-improving England, India displayed a lion-hearted performance and came back from two goals deficit to win the encounter 5-4 in the penalty shoot out.In both the crucial matches against Pakistan and England, the Indians were helped by a packed, vociferous crowd who screamed their heart out to support the home team. And Australia too, India would be hoping a similar atmosphere if not less which will give them that extra advantage.advertisementEven India coach Jose Brasa admitted that crowd support will play a big role in deciding India’s fortune in this tournament.”It is incredible to play in front of such a crowd.People here understand their hockey. They know when to cheer and shout,” Brasa had said.England captain barry Middleton after their semofinal defeat had said, “Crowd or no crowd, Australians are too strong for any other teams in this competition.”When Brasa was told about English captain’s remark, he gave a curt reply. “I don’t agree with him.”Talking about the Australia game, Brasa had said yesterday, “We take one match at a time and cross the bridge when it comes.” .However Brasa was quick to caution after England victory that it’s too early to say that Indians are right up there among the top nations.”Our first aim is to be among the top six hockey playing nations in the world. And yes, we are improving and climbing up the ladder gradually,” Brasa said.In both their last two matches, the Indians displayed smart, fast-paced hockey with their midfield and forwardline combining well to create chances.The Rajpal Singh-led side also used the flanks to perfection in both the matches. However, defence still remains a major concern.In a nutshell, India will have to dish out a far-more improved performance against the Kookaburras, who, if given a chance, will not waste a single opportunity to kill their opponents.What is most heartening for India is that against England India?s all three goals came from field play. But star-dragflicker Sandeep Singh once again disappointed with short corners and against Australia, he cannot afford to misfire.But all said and done, Australia belong to a different league and are enjoying a dream run under coach Ric Charlesworth as they have won every major international tournament this season, including the World Cup held at the same venue and Champions Trophy in Germany.The Kookaburras are the hot favourites to clinch the gold and their dominance can be gauged from the fact that they have not lost a single match in the Commonwealth Games since hockey’s debut in 1998.And going by their reputation, Australia would be determined to make it four gold in a row, which will stamp their authority among the Commonwealth nations which plays hockey.With a mixture of youth and experience in their ranks, the Australians sailed into the final of the Delhi Games with comfortable victories over their opponents, barring a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Pakistan in the pool stages.However, one thing which might go against the Aussies in the summit clash is heat. To the dislike of Australia coach Charlesworth, the gold medal match would be played during the daytime under sweltering weather conditions.”India have got fair amount of rest compared to us. We have played four matches in five days time under these extreme conditions but India is yet to play during the day time,” Charlesworth had said.advertisement”It is very hard to be consistent in those conditions but we have the fitness to counter these conditions,” he concluded.- With PTI inputslast_img read more

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Unmukt shines as India U-19 beat Aus, lift World Cup for the 3rd time

first_imgIndia win by 6 wickets and are the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup Champions, the Indian players rush onto the field and they are very much excited and so are the fans. Chand is draped with the Indian flag, who has played an excellent knock. Score | PhotosUnmukt Chand led from the front with a magnificent hundred as India Under-19 lifted their third World Cup title after beating formidable defending champions Australia by six wickets in the final in Townsville on Sunday. This was India U-19s first triumph after Mohammed Kaif and Virat Kohli led their respective teams to victory in 2000 and 2008 editions respectively.Courtesy a magnificent unbeaten 111 by Unmukt and his unbroken partnership of 130 runs with glovesman Smit Patel, India overhauled a competitive target of 226 on a bouncy strip with 14 balls to spare.It was one of the best centuries one could have witnessed at the junior level as Unmukt hit seven fours and as many as six sixes during his 130-ball knock.He completed his century with a six over extra cover off Alex Gregory but the celebrations were very muted. The skipper knew that the job was only half done.Once Smit, who hit an effective 62, slog-swept off-spinner Ashton Turner towards deep mid-wicket for a four a number of Indian supporters rushed to the ground along to celebrate with the team.Though four wickets were lost in the chase, it never looked like an uphill task for the Indians, who were subdued in the middle overs but accelerated towards the end to get to the target with ease.advertisementAfter Prashant Chopra was out chasing a delivery down leg side of Mark Steketee without troubling the scorers, Unmukt and in-form batsman Baba Aparajith (33) took the attack to the opposition.Sandeep Sharma (L) and captain Unmukt Chand celebrate the wicket of James Peirson. (Photo courtesy ICC)The duo added 73 runs for the second wicket playing the Aussie pace trio of Steketee, Joel Paris and Gurinder Sandhu with ease.Unmukt, especially, was phenomenal in the closing stages hitting a couple of glorious sixes off Sandhu’s bowling.The first was over long-off while second looked even more spectacular as he presented a full face of the bat with a nice follow through.Aparajith on the other hand hit a nice hook shot off Paris and some lovely cover drives that pierced the field.However, Sandhu had the last laugh when he forced Aparajith to drive on the up and was brilliantly caught by Ashton Turner at short cover.The Tamil Nadu all-rounder scored 33 off 38 balls with five hits to the fence. Hanuma Vihari (4) and Vijay Zol (1) didn’t score much but some damage was done by the number of deliveries that were consumed in the process.Zol’s discomfort against the moving deliveries also frustrated Unmukt who didn’t get much of the strike. The Indian captain finally completed his half century in 68 deliveries.Zol’s agony ended as he edged one off Paris to wicketkeeper Jimmy Peirson. The Bowling Powerplay proved to be useful for the hosts as they conceded only 11 runs in the five overs.At 97 for four, Smit Patel joined Unmukt and the circumstances were difficult. The boundaries dried up and so did the singles.It was Smit, who hit fine straight drives as India got their first boundary after 44 deliveries.Slowly, the two resurrected the innings with singles and twos. There were the occasional boundaries but only a few compared to the flurry of fours that Unmukt and Aparajith hit in first 15 overs.Earlier, India frittered away the early advantage as defending champions Australia recovered from a shaky start to post a competitive 225 for 8.Electing to field after winning the toss Indians had the Aussies on the mat at 38 for 4 before host skipper William Bosisto (87 not out) rebuilt the innings with the help of some notable contributions down the order from Tavis Head (37) and Ashton Turner.Colts ‘veteran’ Sandeep Sharma who got four for 54 was the most successful bowler.Both teams named the same XIs that had got them through the knockouts. While Australia, aiming for a fourth title, entered the final undefeated, India had lost one game in the first group stage to the West Indies.last_img read more

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Crime Fighting Requires Support of all Jamaicans – SSP Bailey

first_imgHead of the Organized Crime Investigation Division (OCID), Senior Superintendent (SSP) Fitz Bailey, said that all sectors of society must regard crime fighting as a serious issue, which requires their full support and participation. SSP Bailey, who was addressing the press launch of a security expo on Tuesday (Oct. 30), at the University of the West Indies’ (UWI) Western Campus in St. James, stated that crime is a developmental issue, and  poses a serious threat to the functioning of the state, and the operation of businesses. He called on the private sector, in particular, to channel more resources into vulnerable communities with an aim to steer youths away from crime and onto legitimate pathways. “If we accept … as posited by the World Bank report, that should Jamaica reduce its crime rate to the level of Costa Rica, we would see an annual growth rate of 5.4 per cent, then serious consideration should be given to this issue,” he stated. The Senior Superintendent said that the Commissioner of Police and the High Command, have devised a 2020 Vision “in which we envision a reduction of crime based on a structured and deliberate approach, to the level of Costa Rica. The support of the various stakeholders is crucial to this success.” According to SSP Bailey, crime reduction has become more crucial now, as other countries are looking on to see how Jamaica deals with major issues, such as the lottery scam. He noted that the illegal scheme can harm the reputation of the country, and affect crucial sectors such as tourism and call centre operations. “Crime and violence is therefore intrinsically linked to development and no longer can we see crime and violence as a police issue, but a development issue. It is therefore critical that we recognise the need for partnership. Partnership in crime fighting must be broad-based and must include members of the private sector, civil society, including the church, youth organisations and human rights groups. The future of our country hinges on the reduction of crime and the creation of a just and civil society in which every citizen can enjoy an environment that is free from crime and the fear of crime,” he stated. The security expo, organised by media and communications students, will be held from November 28 to 29 at the Half Moon Hotel. The two-day event, under the theme: ‘Security a Nation – Sustaining the Future One Step at a Time,’ seeks to increase awareness of social and corporate safety among the business community and citizens of Montego Bay. Member of the project team, Chantau Cherriton, said that students have aligned with security entities to provide security options for businesses and individuals. “We will encourage business and individuals to adopt these security measures. We cannot over-emphasise the importance of staying abreast of security threats, and to proactively address these threats,” she stated. The Montego Bay Chamber and Industry is a major sponsor of the event and President, Davon Crump, said the group is pleased to offer its support. “The cause you are tackling… is academic by nature, but if properly implemented can have far-reaching effects on this country, especially in light of the issue you have chosen to highlight – that of securing our nation, which… seems to be under siege,” he stated.last_img read more

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Most actively traded companies on the TSX

first_imgSome of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (16,349.44, down 63.50 points)Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Health care. Up 12 cents, or 0.92 per cent, to $13.16 on 30.8 million shares.Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX:WEED). Health care. Up $1.68, or 5.2 per cent, to $34.00 on 9.5 million shares.Aphria Inc. (TSX:APH). Health care. Up 66 cents, or 3.57 per cent, to $19.16 on 5.5 million shares.Element Fleet Management Corp. (TSX:EFN). Financial Services. Up six cents, or 0.62 per cent, to $9.67 on 5.2 million shares.Fortune Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FT). Miner. Down two cents, or 5.41 per cent, to 35 cents on 4.9 million shares.BlackBerry Ltd. (TSX:BB). Wireless communications. Up 49 cents, or 2.94 per cent, to $17.17 on 4.2 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Telus Corp. (TSX:T). Communication services. Down 15 cents, or 0.32 per cent, to $47.13 on 799,610 shares. The company is buying the western operations of AlarmForce Industries from Bell Canada. Telus will pay about $66.5 million to acquire about 39,000 customer accounts in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan — representing nearly 40 per cent of the total AlarmForce customer base in Canada.last_img read more

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Canadians and retailers toy with risk and reward through mystery box trend

first_imgTORONTO — When Toronto YouTubers Becky Wright and Kelsey MacDermaid picked up the mail last October, the sight of a bright blue box had them bubbling with excitement.The duo, who call themselves the Sorry Girls and make do-it-yourself videos on YouTube, had shelled out $67 for the box on eBay, but had no idea who it was from or what was in it.The package was one of the thousands of “mystery boxes” advertised and sold online by average joes hoping to make a quick buck, hobbyists who take delight in orchestrating a game of risk and reward and businesses looking to get in on the craze.Boxes typically go for as little as $20, but some have fetched as much as $50,000. What’s inside remains a secret until it’s opened by the purchaser, but social media shows some people discovering Apple MacBook computers, Louis Vuitton wallets and Rolex watches, while others have found holiday ornaments, DVDs, action figures or even broken electronics.Wright and MacDermaid’s box was full of crocheted items — a pumpkin, fingerless gloves, a headband, a hat and a dream catcher.“We got lucky, unlike most people who order these things,” Wright said.They said they have since noticed YouTubers buying the boxes — primarily because they are a fast and easy way to rack up views for a channel.“I was seeing some getting so ridiculous. (They would say) ‘I bought a $5,000 mystery storage locker of stuff,’” said Wright. “That’s crazy.”Kent Sikstrom, Kijiji Canada’s community relations manager, said in an email that the company doesn’t have any official policies limiting the sale of mystery boxes, but chalked it up to being a “fad/trend of the month” and said it is “likely being exaggerated for entertainment purposes.”Meanwhile, eBay’s policy does not allow “mystery items where contents aren’t identified,” but The Canadian Press found plenty of boxes with no descriptions of what’s inside listed on the site.Camille Kowalewski, eBay Canada and Latin America’s head of communications, clarified the boxes are allowed if you indicate the type of item enclosed.Kowalewski said boxes with collectible or sports themes get the most traction, but said she has noticed retail brands and specialty goods companies wading into the trend.Muji sold Fukukan or “lucky cans” that contain handmade traditional lucky charms from different regions in Japan in November, while Nordstrom has rolled out $25 “surprise bags” it stuffs with seven or eight small items from accessory and memento maker Three Potato Four.Brian Ehrenworth, the president of sports collectibles company Frameworth, said his company also jumped on the trend, which he first learned about three years ago when he saw someone selling mystery boxes at a trade show.A few buyers were excited with what they got in their boxes, but others were disappointed. Ehrenworth, whose company has long-standing relationships with athletes, figured he could use his connections to put a twist on the model that would see every buyer walk away with something of considerable value, limiting the gamble to which team the merchandise they got was related to.Within six months, Frameworth was selling its first set of mystery boxes. That set and every other one following it has sold out.The latest version is being sold for $250 plus shipping on eBay, though they are advertised as having an average value of $725. Each includes an authentic, autographed, fully-stitched and officially licensed NHL jersey, though buyers won’t know which they’ll receive. Fifty of the 200 available boxes will have a jersey from an NHL All-Star or Legend such as Sidney Crosby, John Tavares, Auston Matthews, Wayne Gretzky or Bobby Orr, but one contains a “golden ticket” redeemable for a Sidney Crosby game-used stick valued at $5,000.“They might not get (the Crosby product), but they should be happy with the product they receive because if they don’t like it, they can put it back up on eBay,” Ehrenworth said.Reselling anything in his boxes, he said, should be easy because interest in the NHL is broad, but he warns that reselling mystery box items you are unhappy with might be difficult if you buy from sellers that are just as secretive as their boxes.“There are a plethora of companies that will do this kind of thing. Some of them are very reputable, but a lot of them in our industry are not,” he said.“If you have someone working out of their basement forging autographs and you are buying from them because it is cheaper, then let the buyer beware. You are probably going to end up getting ripped off.”Follow @Tara_Deschamps on Twitter.Tara Deschamps, The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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Commentary What OSU football must do against Nebraska

After losing to Michigan State last weekend, Ohio State will likely have to win each of their remaining Big Ten games to have a shot at their sixth conference title in seven years. Winning out is a tall order for the Buckeyes, given their matchup with No.14 Cornhuskers in Nebraska on Saturday. The team certainly can’t accomplish that playing as they did in their abysmal showing against the Spartans. To win, OSU must improve every facet of their game. Offense The offense was, well, offensive against the Spartans. They didn’t reach 100 total yards until there was less than five minutes remaining in the game, and had fewer offensive yards than penalty yards through most of the fourth quarter. The team finished with 178 yards, but 62 of them came on its final drive of the game and only 35 yards came on the ground on 39 rushing attempts. Turning those numbers around starts with the offensive line. Three of the five starters on the line had false start penalties, and that was in the friendly confines of Ohio Stadium. That doesn’t include the holding and illegal block penalties. Penalties wreck drives by killing momentum and setting the team up for long second- and third-down conversions. OSU converted only 4-of-16 third-down attempts. For better or for worse, the offensive line has been shuffled this week to accommodate senior Mike Adams coming back from suspension to play left tackle. The line has to protect freshman quarterback Braxton Miller and give him time to see the field before sending him scrambling for his life. The wide receivers have to step up and become better targets for Miller as well. One of Miller’s few good throws, a deep pass to fellow freshman Devin Smith, was stripped for an interception. The receivers, without DeVier Posey again this week, have to make those big plays to give the Buckeyes a chance. Defense The defense needs to build off of its impressive performance against MSU in which it forced two interceptions and one fumble recovery. Sophomore defensive back Christian Bryant broke on a ball late in the second quarter that should have been an easy interception. Bryant could’ve walked into the end zone if he had picked off the pass, but instead the ball fell harmlessly to the turf. A winning defense will pick up the slack during a poor offensive showing by making those plays. The pass rush was largely nonexistent as well, as the team registered zero quarterback sacks. Senior defensive end Nathan Williams is out again this week, so the team has to find another impact rusher to pressure Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez. Without pressure, Martinez will tear the Buckeyes apart on the back end. Besides putting pressure on Martinez, the defense also faces the task of containing the dual-threat sophomore. And if that’s not hard enough, they will have to stop a rushing attack behind an offensive line that averages 303-pounds apiece. Special Teams When a team struggles with scoring, the special teams become increasingly important. Redshirt junior punter Ben Buchanan has been an asset for the Buckeyes in the field position battle this season, downing 13-of-29 punts inside the 20-yard line. Field position will be important again Saturday if the offense is slow out of the gates. Junior running back Jordan Hall needs to return to form in the return game to set the offense up with solid field position. Coaching The coaches, namely first-year head coach Luke Fickell and offensive coordinator Jim Bollman, need to mix up the play calls Saturday. If they become predictable and allow Nebraska’s defense to pin their ears back and rush Miller, they may see another nine-sack performance. Miller is extremely raw as a college quarterback, but there is nothing to be gained by closing the playbook to him. Give Miller a little trust and see how he responds. And please, stick with one quarterback. The team is better off in the hands of its future quarterback sooner rather than later. The two-quarterback system has its history of failures. A quarterback needs to know their coach trusts them; just ask Todd Boeckman and Justin Zwick. read more

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