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September 23, 2020
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Area Basketball Scores (1-15)

first_imgArea Basketball ScoresTuesday  (1-15)Boys ScoresOldenburg  59     Cincy Roger Bacon  42Rushville  52     Union County  49Bedford NL  75     Jennings County  56Girls ScoresEast Central  60     Lawrenceburg  27Jac-Cen-Del  49     Switz. County  47South Ripley  49     South Dearborn  31Greensburg  68     Hauser  33Edinburgh  61     South Decatur  57SW-Hanover  43     Rising Sun  26Waldron  45     Eastern Hancock  41SW-Shelby  61     Indy Herron  42Freshman BoysBatesville  47     Milan  43Batesville was led in scoring by Eli Pierson (27), Ian Powers (8), and Zach Wade (7).Rushville  38     Batesville  29Batesville was led in scoring by Eli Pierson (13) and Cooper Wilhelm (8).Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Sean Boyce.last_img

September 16, 2020
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Around the ACC: North Carolina-Miami, Duke-Wake Forest and more

first_img Published on January 26, 2017 at 11:34 pm Contact Liam: lpsull01@syr.edu Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse travels next week to North Carolina State, which plays No. 13 Louisville on Saturday. As Atlantic Coast Conference play heats up this weekend, here’s a look at what the teams are up to.No. 14 Notre Dame (17-4, 6-2 ACC) at Georgia Tech (12-8, 4-4)The No. 14 Fighting Irish will travel to Atlanta to face Georgia Tech, which is fresh off its second win over a Top 10 opponent — a 78-56 upset of No. 6 Florida State Wednesday night. Notre Dame, led by forward Bonzie Colson, is looking to bounce back from a 71-54 loss to No. 12 Virginia on Tuesday.Game time: Noon on SaturdayTV: ESPNUClemson (11-8, 1-6) at Pittsburgh (12-8, 1-6)Both teams will be looking for a second conference win Saturday as Clemson travels to play Pittsburgh. The Tigers, losers of six straight, lost 82-81 at home to Virginia Tech. Pittsburgh’s sole conference win came at home over then-No. 11 Virginia, but it has since struggled, dropping five straight contests.Game time: Noon on SaturdayTV: ESFCAdvertisementThis is placeholder textNo. 9 North Carolina (19-3, 7-1) at Miami (13-6, 3-4)The No. 9 North Carolina Tar Heels, the top team in the conference, look to extend their winning streak to seven straight against the Hurricanes. The matchup pits the Miami defense, which ranks 17th in the nation with 62.7 points allowed per game, against the high-tempo North Carolina offense, which averages a nationwide fourth-best 89.6 points per game.Game time: 1 p.m. on SaturdayTV: CBSNo. 17 Duke (15-5, 3-4) at Wake Forest (12-8, 3-5)The Blue Devils will travel 80 miles to visit Winston-Salem in Saturday’s final ACC contest. Since head coach Mike Krzyzewski left the program Jan. 4, Duke has gone 2-3, including losses to ranked Florida State, Louisville and North Carolina State. Wake Forest is fresh off an 81-76 loss Tuesday night to Syracuse, despite 23 points and 12 rebounds from guard John Collins.Game time: 3 p.m. on SaturdayTV: ESFCNorth Carolina State (14-7, 3-5) at No. 13 Louisville (17-4, 5-3)The Wolfpack plays in its second straight away game Sunday against the Cardinals after winning for the first time on the road all season Monday night at Duke. Louisville has suffered two significant backcourt injuries recently and will be without both guards Quentin Snider and Tony Hicks. N.C. State will host Syracuse Wednesday night at PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina.Game time: 1 p.m. on SundayTV: ESFCBoston College (9-12, 2-6) at Virginia Tech (15-5, 4-4)Boston College has lost six of its last seven games. To improve that mark, the Eagles will need to stop Virginia Tech senior forward Zach LeDay, who averages 16.1 points and 6.9 rebounds per game.Game time: 6:30 p.m. on SundayTV: ESPNU Commentslast_img read more

September 16, 2020
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Football prepares for opener against Fresno State

first_imgIn the spirit of consistency, the Trojans won’t be changing what they do on the field week-to-week, no matter how good the upcoming opponent. The plays the offense will run are from the spring playbook. Helton said the simplicity of the new system will allow younger players to step up. From Daniels’ end, the Air Raid system requires less thought; he can just go out and execute.  “People have been jawing about ‘SC Sucks, ‘SC’s this, ‘SC’s going to win five games again,’” Pittman said. “So I’m ready to play and ready to prove them wrong.” The Trojans aren’t looking back; it’s all about the here and now. But Pittman said things haven’t changed too much from last year. The team is more physically built than it was last year, but the biggest difference is that the players are working harder.  This is the deepest wide receiver group Pittman has played with, and the veteran said it will make his job easier. The defense can’t target and double team him because if they do, they’ll be creating an opening for other receivers like redshirt juniors Velus Jones Jr. and Tyler Vaughns and sophomores Devon Williams and  Amon-Ra St. Brown.  The coaching staff created the quarterback depth chart based on who was most consistent, and head coach Clay Helton has confidence in all three scholarship quarterbacks. Sophomore starter JT Daniels used the same phrase as Pittman that “football is still football,” referring to changes from last year. One difference is Daniels’ role as a leader on the team.  WIDE RECEIVERS Freshman wide receiver Bru McCoy’s waiver has not been cleared yet. He will likely not play this Saturday, as the NCAA is not expected to make a decision before the game. In preparing for both the opener and the season as a whole, the Trojans will be focusing more on themselves than on their opponents.  “They’re not going to be the ones that get written about in the paper, they’re probably not going to be talked about on the news, but the reason we’re successful or not successful is going to fall on them,” he said.   Along with having more experience, Daniels is also more vocal. Offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Graham Harrell taught him the importance of energy, saying that “the most excited team wins.” He’s still not a “rah-rah guy” but now leans more toward that end of the spectrum than being a “quiet guy.”  Harrell expects his group to improve every single day, and week by week he expects them to play better as the team continues to gel. That camaraderie is key to Harrell’s offense. Feeling comfortable with the players next to you is just as important as individual talent.center_img “It’s all about us, we don’t really care what they do,” Pittman said. “Obviously we look at them and scout them, that’s what every good team does.”  Harrell has placed a lot of responsibility on the offensive line, which will set the tone for both the physicality and the tempo of the offense. His expectation for the offense is to dominate the line of scrimmage.  OFFENSIVE ATTACK “Everything feels the same to me,” Pittman said. “Football is football, nothing really changes. I think we just have more confidence and our quarterback has more confidence. We’re all just ready to play football.” After waiting seven months to get back out on the field, this week of practice marks the final stretch before the Trojans’ home opener against Fresno State this Saturday. Having practiced against each other for so long, there’s a new energy with the Trojans, symbolized by President Carol Folt’s presence at practice.  Senior wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. expressed the importance of the Trojans starting the season strong. A win this weekend would help garner momentum and set the tone for the rest of the fall. INJURY REPORT Redshirt freshman inside linebacker Solomon Tuliaupupu will lose another season to recovering from a surgery on his foot he had prior to coming to USC. Once healed, he’ll have four years left of eligibility, making him an older player which can certainly be an advantage, and he’ll have the opportunity to be healthy, which is the most important thing, Helton said.  Senior wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. heads downfield after hauling in a pass against Colorado in 2018. (Daily Trojan file photo)last_img read more