All Activity ny football giants vs. ole miss 3 Share this post All Activity Sign in to follow this ny football giants vs. ole miss 0 Sports Logos Members Link to post nybatt Members Posted October 16, 2006 Share on other sites Share on other sites 66 SportsLogos.Net Go To Topic Listing fresnostate0906 couldn’t help but notice last night…. watching ole miss .. that their road unis had many similarities to the football giants….as a giant fan I am a HUGE fan of the their plain red road unis…. ole miss’ road unis with the plain red numerals (no different colored matting) and the plain red shoulder stripes (similar to the giants northwestern red stripes)….really enjoyed the classic look… question is… are those the full-time ole miss road unis??I know the manning thing is purely coincidental…nybatt”ny football giants uniforms… simplistic excellence”yea already mentioned hereu can see my comment on that page saying, and agreeing with practically everyting u pointed out. i even like the giants road jerseys Edited October 16, 2006 by John in KY couldn’t help but notice last night…. watching ole miss .. that their road unis had many similarities to the football giants….as a giant fan I am a HUGE fan of the their plain red road unis…. ole miss’ road unis with the plain red numerals (no different colored matting) and the plain red shoulder stripes (similar to the giants northwestern red stripes)….really enjoyed the classic look… question is… are those the full-time ole miss road unis??I know the manning thing is purely coincidental…nybatt”ny football giants uniforms… simplistic excellence”Just coincidence; that is their regular road look for this year. Those plain red road jerseys for Ole Miss go way back, and Eli Manning never wore them during his years there. However, Archie Manning did, and that plainer style (blue home jerseys with white numbers and stripes, road white jerseys with red numbers and stripes) was worn well into the 1990s. Members 0 John in KY Gmac1018 Haven’t seen those Ole Miss jersey’s, but the Giants red jerseys are really sharp and thats coming from a cowboys fan 0 0 John in KY 1,283 posts Members ny football giants vs. ole miss Share this post sharplcd 210 posts 3 By nybatt, October 16, 2006 in Sports Logo News Sign in to follow this fresnostate0906 Location:Miami, Florida 9 couldn’t help but notice last night…. watching ole miss .. that their road unis had many similarities to the football giants….as a giant fan I am a HUGE fan of the their plain red road unis…. ole miss’ road unis with the plain red numerals (no different colored matting) and the plain red shoulder stripes (similar to the giants northwestern red stripes)….really enjoyed the classic look… question is… are those the full-time ole miss road unis??I know the manning thing is purely coincidental…nybatt”ny football giants uniforms… simplistic excellence” 0 0 Share this post 0 783 posts Location:Delaware 0 0 37 posts Share on other sites Link to post Share on other sites 0 (edited) 3 9 nybatt I think the Ole Miss away jerseys look great. 0 Link to post Link to post Share on other sites Followers 0 Gmac1018 This topic is now closed to further replies. Posted October 16, 2006 Sports Logo News Sports Logos Sports Logo News 66 Share this post Link to post Posted October 16, 2006 9 SportsLogos.Net sharplcd 66 Members Share this post Forums Home Posted October 16, 2006 Forums Home Recommended Posts Followers 0 118 posts Posted October 16, 2006
Slavia is on the verge of a new transfer. It is about the defender Radoslav Terziev from Plovdiv Plovdiv, reports “Blitz”.A day after the deal with CSKA for Georgi Yomov, the “whites” strengthened with the defender, who did not fall into the plans of Ferrario Spasov for the new campaign in efbet League and arrives as a free agent.Levski was also interested in him, but in the end he chose “Ovcha Kupel”.The 25-year-old has 165 games for the Canaries, in which he has scored 4 goals. Last season he played in 24 matches and scored once. Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.
Golden Jaguars Head-coach Michael Johnson and his Bermuda counterpart Kyle Lightbourne said yesterday that the international friendly between the two nations tomorrow is the ideal preparation ahead of their respective maiden campaign in the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Speaking at a press conference yesterday, Johnson said, “We just want to look after business ourselves, we can’t start looking and focusing on other teams and what they do and how they do. We’ve just got to go about our business and make sure we are mentally prepared, physically prepared and when we go out there, to perform at the standards that we know we are capable of doing. If we do that, where that takes us, we are more than happy.”He added, “Are we going to go out and show our formation, our personnel and the players that are going to start, absolutely not; we would be wrong to do that knowing that the likelihood is that US,Panama and Trinidad would all be looking at this game. What we want to do is make sure we are moving and progressing in the right way, the players are looking as sharp and physically ready within the formation that we are going and play.” The two nations have met twice, with Guyana securing a record of one win [2-1] and a draw [1-1] in 2011.Both teams have qualified for their maiden Gold Cup appearance, with Guyana drawn in Group-D with defending champion USA, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago and Bermuda penciled in Group-B alongside Haiti, Costa Rica and Nicaragua.Golden Jaguars’ Captain Samuel Cox said that the match will be utilized to assess different areas of the team, adding, “To see what we are like in and out of possession and build towards the Gold Cup but we know it’s going to be a competitive fixture and one that we are all looking forward to. Players have all got their heads on it, the focus is on the next two to three weeks but Thursday is going to be a brilliant exercise for both sides for sure.” Meanwhile, Bermuda Coach Lightbourne stated, “We’re new to the competition, we’re a nation that’s growing so we are looking for a good performance from our players. If we play to our ability that we know we can play; don’t be afraid of the occasion, enjoy it and maybe put a couple teams on the back foot, that’s what we are looking for at this stage.”He added, “All the stuff that we’ve been working on we hope that we can see come out in this match, that’s the main priority of this match.”Bermuda’s captain Dante Leverock said, “It’s just excitement now around the country and for us we want to put on a show, to show that we did not just qualify out of luck or whatever. It’s a big opportunity for us, even the professional players, some of the local players, some of the guys who are trying to get into professional teams; it’s a big shop window for us.”
WATCH US LIVE A look at what’s happening around the majors WednesdayON THE FLYThe Yankees will open a two-game series in Baltimore after their scheduled games this week in Philadelphia were postponed due to the Marlins’ coronavirus outbreak. The switch was announced Tuesday afternoon, and the Yankees had already begun driving their equipment back to New York when they got word that Major League Baseball might instead send them to Baltimore this week.“We’re drinking out of a fire hose on all this stuff right now,” Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said.The Marlins’ season has been suspended through Sunday after the club registered at least 15 players with positive coronavirus tests.The Phillies, who hosted Miami on Sunday, have ramped up their testing and not found any positive players. Despite that, Philadelphia’s season is on pause until at least Friday, when the Phillies are set to host the Blue Jays in what’s technically a “home” game for displaced Toronto.NOT-QUITE-HOME OPENERThe Blue Jays play their first “home” game of the season in Washington after officially being the visitors in DC for games Monday and Tuesday. Toronto has been displaced because the Canadian government didn’t want players traveling in and out of the country, and the club’s temporary home at Triple-A Buffalo needs more work before it meets major league standards.“The truth is, there’s no place like home,” Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo said. “We feel comfortable playing at home, but that’s not going to happen.”Nationals ace Max Scherzer is set to face Blue Jays right-hander Nate Pearson, making his major league debut. Pearson is considered one of the top pitching prospects in baseball.BAKED INHouston picked up the 2021 option on manager Dusty Baker’s contract Tuesday four games into his Astros tenure. The 71-year-old Baker was hired in January to replace AJ Hinch, who was fired by the team after being suspended by MLB for his role in Houston’s sign-stealing scandal.“I’ve been a lame-duck manager probably four or five times,” Baker said. “I was one of the lamest ducks walking around. So it feels pretty good not to be a lame duck, and this is the best that I’ve been treated in quite a while.”MILES AWAYSt. Louis Cardinals right-hander Miles Mikolas will have season-ending surgery to repair a tendon in his strained right forearm, creating an opening in the rotation that will be plugged Wednesday by right-hander Daniel Ponce de Leon in Minnesota. Over the past two seasons since signing out of the Korean Baseball Organization, Mikolas was 27-18 with a 3.46 ERA over 64 starts. He tied for the NL lead with 18 wins in 2018.Image credits: AP SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 29th July, 2020 07:16 IST LEADING OFF: Yanks-O’s Open Patchwork Series; Marlins Off The Yankees will open a two-game series in Baltimore after their scheduled games this week in Philadelphia were postponed due to the Marlins’ coronavirus outbreak Written By COMMENT LIVE TV First Published: 29th July, 2020 07:16 IST Associated Press Television News FOLLOW US
JAMESTOWN, N.D. – With Jamestown Speedway officials recently making their announcement to sanction Modifieds weekly beginning in 2016, dates and locations for the 27th annual Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Tour have been finalized. Opening night for both Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds and IMCA Sunoco Stock Car series will be in Jamestown on Saturday, July 9, at Jamestown Speedway. On Sunday, July 10, the tour heads north to Minot and Nodak Speedway. The series then goes international on Monday, July 11, at Estevan, Sask., Motor Speedway. Night four brings the tour back to North Dakota on Tuesday, July 12 at Williston Basin Speedway. From there, the series heads south to Dickinson and Southwest Speedway on Wednesday, July 13. The series then heads east to Mandan for its traditional Championship Night on Thursday, July 14 at Dacotah Speedway. Still in the works is a post-tour Modified race at Dacotah Speedway called The Legendary on Friday, July 15. This race has a tentative payout of $10,000 to win, making it the highest paid race in North Dakota racing history according to Series Director John Gartner. Winners of the six previous tour features will be guaranteed starting spots in the 50-lap feature. To be eligible to qualify for The Legendary, drivers will have to have entered a minimum of three tour races. Other divisions running during The Legendary are to be announced; all six Dakota Tour features and The Legendary will be 2016 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying events. More information is available from Gartner at 701 202-6075.
Indoor Season Sean O’Leary (Clonliffe), Thomas McStay (GCH), Eanna Folan (GCH), Jamie Battle (Mullingar) , Irish Under 20 team members , which competed at the Antrim International cross country event last weekend Round One of the National Indoor League takes place this Saturday 13th January. Galway City Harriers will field both Men’s and Ladies’ teams, which are managed by Cliff Jennings and Majella Loftus respectively, and both squads have a number of talented athletes likely to feature, such as Nicole King, Jean O’Connor, thrower Brendan Staunton and sprinters Cillin Greene and Jack Dempsey among others.International Cross CountryThe prestigious IAAF Antrim International Cross-Country event was held in Greenmount, Antrim on January 6th last. GCH Junior Men’s athletes Eanna Folan and Thomas McStay, ran well for the Irish Junior Men’s U20 squad that placed second team behind Scotland at the Celtic nations race in the event, with McStay coming home in 20th and Folan in 31st. Caron Ryan of Craughwell AC also competed on the Irish Junior squad and ran a great race placing 20th in the combined U17 and U20 Ladies race. Matt Lockett of GCH was team manager for the Irish U20 Men’s team, another honour for the hugely respected coach.Fit for LifeThe Athletics Ireland Fit4Life programmed restarts across Galway clubs this week and next. Athenry AC commence Monday 15th January for existing and new members. Fit4Life is on Monday and Wednesday’s at 7pm meeting at the church car park in Athenry.Galway City Harriers Fit for Life programme will take new beginners starting on Thursday 11th January from Westside Library in the city (Contact Bernie Kelly).Sean O’Leary (Clonliffe), Thomas McStay (GCH), Eanna Folan (GCH), Jamie Battle (Mullingar) , Irish Under 20 team members , which competed at the Antrim International Cross Country event last weekendprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The Galway Indoor Track and Field championships will be held over two days this weekend – Saturday and Sunday the 13th and 14th January. The U8 to U12 competition takes place Saturday with the U13 to Seniors age categories competing Sunday. A record crowd is expected given the new two-day format.
Apoel earned a narrow 1-0 win in their Champions League second round first leg qualifying match against F91 Dudelange on Wednesday night at the GSP Stadium.It was far from a vintage display from the Cyprus champions, as they needed a 71st minute Facundo Bertoglio strike to give them a slight advantage going into the second leg. On a very hot and humid night in Nicosia, Apoel got off to a sluggish start, failing to control the game with the Luxembourg side looking fairly comfortable despite their daunting task. The first good moment of the game for Apoel came on the 20-minute mark when new signing Tommy Oar hit the crossbar with a thunderbolt of a strike on the bounce. However, aside from that excellent effort, Apoel failed to muster anything of note in the rest of the first 45 minutes, leaving the home faithful slightly concerned.The second period started far more promisingly. Just three minutes in, a teasing inswinging free-kick was helped on by Bertoglio which crept just inches wide of the goal.Five minutes later came a similar opportunity, as a free-kick from the other side was nodded goalwards by Igor De Camargo, leading the line for Apoel on the night, but eventually the ball bobbled well wide.Apoel’s lack of fluidity, especially in the final third, left the fans feeling more and more nervous as the game went on. As heavy favourites, it was shaping up to be a disappointing evening.Yet, on 71 minutes, those nerves subsided as Bertoglio who had gone mightily close not long before, was able to convert from inside the box to give Apoel what proved to be the winner.Vander, on as a second-half substitute, failed to find anybody from his initial cross but his second attempt, via a deflection, fell to the Argentine who finished smartly with the outside of his boot.Apoel would have envisaged a larger advantage going into the game but, under the circumstances, will be relieved to be taking an advantage into next Wednesday’s second leg.
Former Edwin Allen High athlete Danniel Thomas captured the women’s shot put title at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Thursday night at the Hayward Stadium in Eugene, Oregon. Olympian Thomas, a final year student at Kent State University, upstaged a very strong field to win the event with a heave of 19.15 metres. Thomas is now the fourth ranked athlete in the world in the event. Emmonnie Henderson of University of Louisville was second with 17.92m with third going to Brittainy Mann of University of Southern California (USC)with 17.49m. Two-time champion Roven Saunders of the University of Mississippi was fourth. Thomas, in an interview with the NCAA website, said she remained focused throughout the event. “I just went out there and tried to be in my own zone. I didn’t really let the fact that she (Saunders) was in the competition get in my head. I knew that as long as I did what I was supposed to do I would have done very well,” she said.
Rio’s unsafe Olympic Park ordered closed by Brazilian judge While new Pelicans executive vice president of basketball operations David Griffin and coach Alvin Gentry have declined to announce their draft intentions, Gentry chuckled when describing the pressure to get the decision right as “Really very little. Minimal, OK? I think we’ll make the right decision.”The ability to make that first pick this year “gives a boost to our franchise right away,” Gentry said. “We’re going to end up with a really good basketball player.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsThe Pelicans even posted a compilation of Williamson’s Duke highlights on their official website.The 6-foot-7, 285-pound Williamson was just the second freshman to be a consensus national player of the year, along with Kevin Durant with Texas in 2007. While Williamson has yet to exhibit consistent outside shooting, he has displayed a dominant mix of power, quickness and skill that has convinced scouts of his extraordinary promise as a pro. MOST READ Solon urges Solgen to reconsider quo warranto petition vs ABS-CBN For fantasy sports players, James Harden is the NBA MVP Deandre Ayton shines as Suns pound Knicks FILE – In this Jan. 5, 2019, file photo, Duke’s Zion Williamson (1) dunks during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Clemson, in Durham, N.C. The Blue Devils freshman is widely expected to be the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA draft on Thursday, June 20. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome, File)NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Now that six-time All-Star Anthony Davis’ trade request has been honored, it’s time for the New Orleans Pelicans to start a new era by drafting the next face of the franchise.Duke star Zion Williamson is widely seen as the top pro prospect to enter any NBA draft since Davis in 2012, and the Pelicans — thanks to an unlikely NBA draft lottery victory last month — have the right to select him first overall on Thursday night.ADVERTISEMENT He averaged 22.6 points per game at Duke and also was voted to the ACC’s All-Defensive Team after averaging 8.9 rebounds, 2.12 steals and 1.8 blocked shots per game. He leaves Duke as the holder of several freshman records, including single-game scoring after his 35-point outburst against Syracuse in January.And this draft could have enormous, long-term implications for New Orleans even beyond the addition of Williamson because of the bounty of first-round draft choices the Pelicans are to receive from the Los Angeles Lakers as part of the Davis deal.The trade — which also sent a total of three first-round picks to the Pelicans — won’t become official until after the new NBA league year begins July 6. But when the Lakers pick fourth overall, they will effectively select for the Pelicans and eventually will send that player to New Orleans — unless that pick is moved in a subsequent trade on behalf of the Pelicans by draft night. And while deciding whether to select Williamson isn’t bound to cause any mental anguish or second guesses, deciding who to pick fourth overall could be a much tougher call.Gentry noted that while most drafts have just a few elite prospects, there often are future stars mined from mid- to late-first-round picks — never mind a second top-five choice like New Orleans has acquired.“There is the high end, front end of the draft, but there’s going to be a guy that’s drafted 14 to 25 that’s going to be a game changer also,” Gentry said. “It’s happened almost every year and that’s where Steve Nash and Kobe Bryant and Giannis (Antetokounmpo) and those guys were all drafted — in that area right there. So, somewhere along the line, there’s going to be some surprise guys that’ll step up that’s going to become really good basketball players.”ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia PLAY LIST 00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award03:05Malakanyang bilib sa Phivolcs | Chona Yu01:26Homes destroyed after Taal Volcano eruption Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption 11 nabbed for shabu, drug den busted in Maguindanao A handful of prospects stand out as possible fourth overall picks, and the position they play could be a factor.The Davis trade brought New Orleans highly regarded small forward Brandon Ingram, point guard Lonzo Ball and shooting guard Josh Hart. Ball and Ingram would be presumed starters alongside veteran guard Jrue Holiday and Williamson at power forward. The only true center on the roster is Jahlil Okafor. Forward Julius Randle also can play center, but is essentially a free agent with a player option to return for next season. Christian Wood, a 6-10 forward who thrived in his short, late-season stint with the Pelicans, also could play center.Texas’ Jaxson Hayes (6-11, 220) is widely seen as the top center in the draft, but not necessarily a top-five talent, so free agency might be the more practical route for the Pelicans to pursue an upgrade there.Three players widely projected among picks Nos. 4-6 are Vanderbilt point guard Darius Garland (6-2, 175), Texas Tech shooting guard Jarrett Culver (6-7, 194), and Virginia wing player De’Andre Hunter (6-7, 225).While none of them would be expected to start immediately, each could emerge as an increasingly prominent player in the rotation as the season wears on. 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The money will pay for instruments and teacher training, said Michelle Crozier, the foundation’s chairwoman and vice president for corporate responsibility at Warner Bros. “The program is a viable framework that, with the proper financial and public support, will provide quality arts programs in Burbank schools for many years to come,” she said. Officials are planning how to raise the rest of the $10 million, though payouts are slated to begin next year, said Joel Shapiro, a BUSD deputy superintendent. “There has not been adequate funding for the most part for many years,” he said. “Whenever school districts have been on lean times, arts education has been the subject most impacted. “It’s part of the education of a well-rounded person to be educated in all four areas of the arts – visual arts, dance, music and drama.” BURBANK – A foundation intended to bolster arts education in the city’s public schools has begun with a $300,000 donation from a local studio. The organizers of the Burbank Arts Education Foundation plan to create a $10 million endowment to ensure that Burbank Unified School District arts programs have a steady source of cash and equal access for all students. “It’s so all the students in Burbank can appreciate the arts, not just the ones that are affluent enough to pay for private lessons,” said Peggy Burt, a foundation board member and arts teacher. The foundation was established Thursday with $300,000 in seed money from Burbank-based Warner Bros. Entertainment. About 40 percent of the profits from the endowment will be funneled to Burbank Arts for All, part of a county program to preserve arts education at public schools. email@example.com (818) 546-3304