Ole Miss knows LSU will try to win behind rushing attack

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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.OXFORD – There is little doubt what No. 24 LSU is going to try to do against No. 3 Ole Miss.The Tigers (6-2, 2-2 Southeastern Conference) have beaten two-straight SEC East opponents, most recently Kentucky by a 41-3 score, with strong special teams play and a ground game that forces defenses into submission. It’s been effective and turned around a season that was considered lost when Mississippi State and Auburn routed LSU within a three-week span earlier this season.UPDATE: Did MSGOP violate NCAA rules with Cochran flyer?Ole Miss carries defensive streak into LSU gameBut the thing about playing poker with the face cards for many to see — which is what running the ball 68.6 percent of the time is doing — is that the other side knows how to play their hand.“If you watch film on them and just look at everything they do, what they try to do is run the ball and try to beat you with play-action pass,” linebacker Serderius Bryant said. “I know they’re going to try and come and overpower us with our smaller players on defense, but our defense is about being gap sound. … We’re going to make the tackle.”LSU ran the ball a remarkable 51 times against Kentucky, asking quarterback Anthony Jennings to throw it only 14 times. Some of that was that the game got out of hand so early, there was no point in stretching the Wildcats’ defense vertically. But it was also just understanding who the Tigers are: Jennings is a 50 percent passer that has struggled with decision-making.It’s not likely to change against Ole Miss (7-0, 4-0), especially considering the Rebels have 15 interceptions this season (tied-first nationally) and are giving up only 5.4 yards per attempt (tied-fifth).Earlier this season, after Vanderbilt had some success running the ball and Louisiana-Lafayette gained close to 200 yards on the ground, there was a thought that the Achilles’ heel of Ole Miss’ defense was its run game. The Rebels were fast, the theory went, but could they play fundamental, gap-sound defense?Yes, actually.Outside of one drive against Alabama (which was run exclusively from the left side, and in a hurry-up that prevented Ole Miss from making a necessary adjustment mid-drive), Ole Miss’ defense has been very good. Texas A&M struggled to throw the ball, but its problems offensively started on the ground (54 yards on 35 carries). And Tennessee took 28 carries last week to gain a grand total of zero yards. Ole Miss’ defense is now giving up less than three yards per carry on the season, another stat it can flaunt in its case to be considered the best defense in the country.Ole Miss using variety of players as No. 2 receiver“I think that Serderius Bryant is really strong in this type of game,” linebackers coach Tom Allen said. “I think D.T. Shackelford is really strong in this type of game. In the past two years we’ve played LSU, Denzel (Nkemdiche) has played extremely well against these guys.“I think we’re not a big linebacker corps, by any means, but we’re tough kids. I think that’s what you’ve got to have against these guys. We’re big enough and we tackle well enough that we feel comfortable against their scheme.”Hugh Freeze has thoughts on LSU-MSU debateOle Miss is likely to mold its defensive line and linebackers to fit the downhill running scheme of backs Leonard Fournette and Terrence Magee, the same way it has done for wide-open offenses in recent weeks. And at some point, it’ll be up to Jennings to see if he can beat single coverage downfield.“They do have some tremendous weapons on the outside at receiver, also,” coach Hugh Freeze said. “You’re always fearful of getting caught in too many precarious one-on-one situations against great players like that.”Said Bryant: “I got faith in our corners. We’ve been getting pretty good play from our corners this year, and I think they’re going to let the front seven eat.”Contact Hugh Kellenberger at (601) 961-7291 or hkellenber@clarionledger.com. Follow @HKellenbergerCL on Twitter.No. 3 Ole Miss at No. 24 LSU6:15 P.M., Saturday, ESPNTiger Stadium, Baton RougeBy the Numbers2.9Yards per rush against Ole Miss3Total rushing touchdowns against Ole Miss249Rushing yards per game in LSU’s last two wins Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUNDlast_img read more

Bomb! The Queen’s ex-singer sang Diana after 23 years

first_imgThe secrets of Buckingham Palace have always excited people around the world, writes jenata.blitz.bg. The details of the kitchen of the British royal family have always heated up the atmosphere.Now, however, former Elizabeth II personal chef Darren McGrady has revealed some spicy details about the Queen and the late Princess Diana.He revealed a new series of royal secrets related to the monarch’s culinary habits. Darren McGrady cooked for Her Majesty for 11 years from 1982 to 1993. During this time he provided Elizabeth II with four meals a day and even accompanied her on two royal visits to Australia.McGrady says the queen hates strong flavors like onions and garlic, but is a passionate fan of fish and potatoes.Elizabeth II is also a lover of sweets, adoring everything chocolate.The chef points out that Her Majesty does not announce if she does not like a dish. Instead, he left a note in his diary, stating that he did not want more of a dish to be served.McGrady also fed the queen’s favorite animals, horses and corgis. He peeled the horses’ carrots and served the dogs rabbit meat with cabbage and rice.The chef also revealed that he also worked for the late Princess Diana in the last four years of her life. He even prepared dinner for her on the fateful date in 1997.“I was waiting for her to come home. When I heard the news, I was devastated, “McGrady recalls.Darren said that the princess of the people ate healthy. She emphasized fish, chicken and stuffed vegetables. Once, the chef even held baby Harry while his mother enjoyed oatmeal in Windsor’s kitchen.McGrady leaves the Court after Diana’s tragic death. Today she cooks in Dallas, Texas. He shares his royal recipes online on YouTube.last_img read more

Wismar/Christianburg inflicts heavy defeat on Agricola

first_imgChristianburg/Wismar mauled Agricola 9-0 when the 7th Milo Secondary Schools football championships resumed yesterday at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue. Wayne Wilson led the assault for the Lindeners with a hat-trick in the 21st, 37th and 39th minute.He was assisted by two goals each from Randy Pickering in the 32nd and 46th minute, Tyrese Lewis in the 40th and 45th minute and Andre Mayers in the 28th and 48th minute. For the losers, Sidwell Albert found the back of the net in the 10th minute. Meanwhile, Vergenoegen edged Tucville 2-1. Chris Smith tallied a double in the 21st and 57th minute while Dwayne Jones scored for the losers in the 36th minute. Also, St. Cuthbert’s Mission edged Cummings Lodge 1-0.Keon Kattow found the back of the net in the 59th minute.last_img read more

Parents charged with felony child abuse after 3 children found living in squalor

first_img Related iStock/Thinkstock(JOSHUA TREE, Calif.) — A California couple was arrested Wednesday after it was discovered their three children were living in squalor.Authorities initially said that the children had been living inside a box for years, but Capt. Trevis Newport with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department later told The Los Angeles Times that the victims weren’t confined to the space.“They’re homeless,” Newport told the Times. “It’s a shelter, the shape of a box … nowhere near what it sounded like when it came out.”Deputies made the discovery while conducting an area check in Joshua Tree, according to a press release from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.They found “a travel trailer, which appeared to be abandoned, and a large rectangular box made of plywood on the property,” the release reads. “The property had no electricity or running water. Several large holes and mounds of trash and human feces were located throughout the property.”Authorities said 30 to 40 cats were found roaming the property, as well.While there, deputies encountered three children, ages 11, 13 and 14, according to the release.“The victims were found to have an inadequate amount of food and were living in an unsuitable and unsafe environment due to the conditions located on the property,” the release reads.Two individuals identified by authorities as the children’s parents — Mona Kirk, 51, and Daniel Panico, 73 — were taken into custody on suspicion of willful cruelty to a child, according to the release. The children were placed in the care of Children and Family Services.Kirk and Panico were later charged with three felony counts of child abuse, and the couple was arraigned at Joshua Tree Superior Court on Friday afternoon, according to the district attorney’s office. They pleaded not guilty, according to a reporter for local ABC station KABC-TV.A number of friends and neighbors spoke to reporters at the court, saying the couple are not criminals but rather just homeless. The children built the fort and were proud of it, they said, KABC-TV reported, adding that the children seemed happy.The parents are being held on $100,000 bail, according to the sheriff’s department.Anyone with information is asked to call San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Morongo Basin Station at 760-366-4175. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more

Nationals lineup;8/11/19

first_imgJuan Soto LF Gerardo Parra CF Asdrúbal Cabrera 2B Anibal Sanchez SPPlease follow and like us: Adam Eaton RF Matt Adams 1B Here is the Nationals lineup!center_img Kurt Suzuki C Anthony Rendon 3B With a 61-55 record, the Nationals send Anibal Sanchez to the mound for his twenty-second start of the 2019 season. The Mets send right-handed Jacob DeGrom to the mound. The Mets come into the game with a 61-56 record. The Washington Nationals face the New York Mets at Citi Field for their 117 game of the regular season. Trea Turner SSlast_img read more

Have yourself a merry, little … wedding

first_imgNEW YORK | From red marzipan bows on the cake to holiday wreaths on tables, December brides and grooms have found many ways to incorporate Christmas into their weddings.December nuptials remain a small minority — 2 percent of couples surveyed last year by the bridal site TheKnot.com — and not all are looking to take on the holiday in a big way, but embracing readily available festive decor makes it easy to incorporate the spirit of the season. And it saves money in the process.“But couples should keep in mind that there may be competition for venues thanks to holiday parties,” said Lauren Kay, senior style editor for TheKnot.In this Dec. 4, 2010 photo released by Keepsake Studios, Suzanne McCullough kisses her husband, Charles McCullough, as niece Aria Scaglione looks on at the couple’s wedding at the Lily Inn in Burlington, N.J. From red marzipan bows on the cake to holiday wreaths on tables, December brides and grooms have found many ways to incorporate Christmas into their weddings. (Inger Haugland/Keepsake Studios via AP)Brighid Molway and David Burns plan to take photos in front of a huge Christmas tree inside the 900 North Michigan Shops when they tie the knot the evening of Dec. 19 at a downtown Chicago hotel. Their DJ has a play list of holiday songs, including Elvis singing “Blue Christmas” and two versions of “White Christmas” by Bing Crosby and The Drifters.Molway and Burns will take to the floor at their reception for their first dance as a married couple to Judy Garland singing “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” Clips from “It’s a Wonderful Life” will roll on a screen as they dance, Molway said.“That was my mom’s favorite Christmas movie and she is no longer with us, so we’re going to dedicate the dance to her,” Molway said. “We decided to get married around this time because it’s my favorite time of year. It’s also a time that screams family to me.”The two will hand out ornaments at their rehearsal dinner and also plan outside photos taking advantage of the plentiful holiday decorations around town.For Suzanne McCullough’s Dec. 4 wedding five years ago, it started with her dress. She wanted velvet.“We needed a time of the year when velvet would be appropriate so we decided on Christmas, which I think is the most romantic time of the year anyway,” said McCullough, of Burlington, New Jersey.“We were married in a 300-year-old bed-and-breakfast that was beautifully decorated for Christmas. We served a hot wine punch with hors d’oeuvres and a croquembouche for dessert,” she said.Their centerpieces were wreaths with frosted red berries tucked in and a mirror and a votive candle at the center. McCullough’s bouquet featured red and white flowers, and a flower girl wore a sparkly, Christmas red dress.“The town’s Christmas parade was going on while we were being married,” she recalled.Kellee Khalil, founder and chief executive of the wedding site Lover.ly, said incorporating holiday touches can span the wedding experience, Khalil said.Try serving up some seasonal favorites, for instance, such as roast turkey or ham. Embrace modern mixology with cocktails like a peppermint bark martini or a bourbon-cranberry blizzard.“If you’re not about those flavors, opt for more festive accoutrements like red and white or metallic-stripe straws and swizzle sticks with candy cane stirrers,” Khalil suggests.Couples can orchestrate holiday decor without falling prey to a played-out color palette, she said.“I love mixing metallics like gold, silver, bronze, rose gold, platinum and pearl into tablescapes.“Or get a little bit more literal with mistletoe. Hang it at the altar or use it as the muse for your photo booth,” Khalil said.For couples willing to go over the top, treat guests to a performance by carolers, she said. Maybe have Santa make an appearance for little guests. Set up a hot cocoa and cookie station with frosting to keep them occupied.Susan Colby was married Dec. 14, 2013, at a Chicago hotel that was beautifully decorated for the season. Her white, four-tier cake had an edible bow at the top, with ribbons cascading down to the red tablecloth at the cake station. Her groom wore a red bow tie and vest with his tuxedo and Colby’s bouquet was red roses.For photos, they draped themselves in a string of twinkling snowflake lights that matched a snowflake bauble in her hair.“I love Christmas,” she said, “and couldn’t imagine getting married any other time of the year.”last_img read more

Dawson Creek city council candidates tackle water supply

first_imgCandidates were asked to keep their responses to each question to a limit of 150 words, but their responses have not been edited in any way. The responses to the questions will be published in the order they were received. The second question, and the responses to it, is as follows: How would you propose to address ensuring a long-term, clean supply of water to Dawson Creek?Raymond Fromme: It appears that we sometimes forget how important our water is. Using water from the Peace River or the Murray River seems like the best option. The Peace River has the better capacity, with two dams (Dam C coming) as a reservoir back-up. Of course this project is of a complex nature, Federal and Provincial Governments regulations have to be dealt with, but the City of Dawson Creek can not compromise their water supply. Industry has to accept that they need to share any costs of a water pipeline system (and everything else that is connected to the water supply) and also make attempts to look for their own water needs. Advertisement Terry McFadyen: Right now it looks like more storage is the cheapest way to ensure a long term supply of water. – Advertisement – Trina Commandeur: Quit spending money on flowers that need to be water. That, right there, would save tax payers money and our water source. Continue with green initiatives that will conserve water, reuse grey water and containers to catch rainwater. When the city feels compelled to water things use the reclamation site and encourage residents to do the same. Maybe in good faith the city could offer a reduced or free rate for using reclaimed water. Yes give a little to the people to gain a lot more for the future. The consequences of overuse will be multilayered ranging from supply drop outs to significantly higher prices for potable water which we are seeing. Trevor Allaby: I would work with industry to try and provide a means that would allow them to provide their own water. I would also begin work with provincial government to form another pipeline to the Peace or Pine River. Mile 0 City would like to thank all of the candidates who participated for their time and consideration in answering these questions. Check back with Mile 0 City tomorrow for the responses to the next two questions. Shaely Wilbur (Shaely): Utilizing information gathered to date; working with Provincial Gov’t and industry to secure a reliable water source.Advertisement David MacDonald: As community, we have already paid to have studies done. We need to act on this now and decide on an option that is best suited for our community. This has to be a top priority for the new council as a clean safe supply of water is essential to any long-term sustainability or viability of the community.  There is no reason we cannot work with Business in the area who are using this water to help fund and secure another source as it would be in their best interest as well to have a long term water solution. Sue Kenny: This present Council has had a long term water study conducted. The outcome is that pipelines from the Pine or Murray River are too costly. The alternatives were water reclamation which the present Council has authorized and it is under construction. The other is adjusting water rates to promote water conservation; the next step is to construct another water reservoir to store water for the future.  The responses from those who participated will be published over the next three days. In total, nine candidates responded. Mile 0 City News has not received responses from candidates James Bridges, Linda Winfield, Duncan Malkinson, and Cory “Grizz” Longley as of yet, but their responses will be added if received before Friday. Mile 0 City News was unable to confirm email addresses for candidates Miles Mortensen and Charlie Parslow, but attempts will be made to follow up with them. Cheryl Shuman: Over the past several years much has been done to ensure the long-term supply of potable water for Dawson Creek. This includes infrastructure upgrades, the water conservation bylaw, the water rate re-structure that will inspire conservation, creates fairness across all users and builds a surplus to be used for water infrastructure upgrades into the future and the water reclamation facility that will reduce demand on the potable water use by industry.  There is much debate about which future infrastructure should be considered, but the next council must focus on building up a surplus in the utility that can be leveraged to move forward with the decided upon project or projects. Council will decide whether it will be increased storage capacity that will capture and store water when available and/or a new water source.    Doug Ragan: Studies have been completed which, if implemented should solve our water problems. If elected, I will declare my choice of the three options studied and at that time I will divulge my preference and my reasons for it.last_img read more

Reports: Arsenal and Liverpool set to miss out on French star

first_img1 Samuel Umtiti Lyon have offered Samuel Umtiti a new contract in an attempt to ward off interest from Arsenal and Liverpool.The defender was one of the French club’s star performers last season as they narrowly missed out on the Ligue 1 title to Paris Saint-Germain.Both the Gunners and the Merseysiders have scouted the 21-year-old, with the latter especially keen to make the move for him this summer.However, according to Le Parisien, Lyon have now offered Umtiti a contract extension in the hope they can keep hold of him.The Frenchman’s current deal expires in 2017 but he has now been offered a further two years and a pay rise.Lyon face a fight to keep all their top stars this summer, with attackers Alexandre Lacazette and Nabil Fekir also linked with moves away.last_img read more

Martinez wins Rosemead

first_imgTwo-time City Section champion Edwin Martinez, one of the top area performers at the 2005 State wrestling championships, is off to a fast start in his senior season at Chatsworth High. Martinez, wrestling for a third season in the 103-pound weight class after winning three State matches last season, successfully defended his tournament title at the Rosemead West Coast Classic, going 4-0 with a 10-9 title-match win over Covina’s previously undefeated Nick Outumuro, who finished eighth at Junior Nationals. Martinez opened his season by stepping up to 112 pounds at the Newbury Park invitational and going 3-0 with three pins. The two titles left Martinez 15-0 in his past two outings at the Newbory Park and West Coast tournaments. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Tigers look sharp: Second-ranked San Fernando finished third with 171 points in the Gold Coast Classic at Camarillo, behind St. John Bosco (196.5) and Righetti (176.5), and advanced five wrestlers to weight-class finals. Eddie Uribe (145) and freshman Rashaad Reynolds (135) – brother of two-time Daily News Wrestler of the Year Raphael Reynolds – won their weights, Reynolds with four consecutive pins. Ruben Saenz (140), Michael Solis (152) and heavyweight Santos Delgadillo took seconds for the Tigers, who could get a rematch with St. John Bosco in two weeks. San Fernando, bidding for a City Section-record 11th title this season, will stage its annual Sam De John Tournament on Jan. 21. St. John Bosco won the Sam De John in 2004 and finished second to Highland last season. Getting warmer: No. 3 Crespi, which took a No. 1 Southern Section ranking into last year’s Div. VI dual-meet championships but lost in the quarterfinals, is starting to warm up after beginning a second consecutive season without some of its best wrestlers. center_img Sione Fua, an NCAA Division I football prospect and starting two-way lineman on two straight Div. X football champions at Crespi, has won two of his first three tournaments after another late arrival. Fua, a Masters Meet qualifier as a heavyweight last season, won at the Gold Coast and Bishop Amat tournaments in December and was fourth in the Black Watch at Upland. Last season, Fua and fellow Celt football star Martin Ciccolini – the area’s interception leader, who joined Fua on 2004-05 Daily News All-Area teams in football and wrestling – were delayed in joining the wrestling team because of the school’s football success, then helped Crespi go 17-1 in wrestling. Crespi gets another top football player-wrestler this season: senior running back Josh Morgan. Morgan, who missed wrestling with a broken leg last season, won the Mission League title at 125 pounds as a sophomore. Lamar Reed, a Crespi senior who didn’t play football so he could concentrate on wrestling, has won at 152 at the Bishop Amat and Black Watch tournaments – posting one of his school’s best wins at the Black Watch. Reed in the title-match beat two-time Florida state runner-up Keith Kozeil of powerhouse Brandon, which is ranked 11th nationally and placed wrestlers in eight weight-class finals at the event. Dave Shelburne, (818) 713-3609 dave.shelburne@dailynews.com 1. Royal 2. San Fernando 3. Crespi 4. Highland 5. Simi Valley 6. Thousand Oaks 7. Moorpark 8. Calabasas 9. Lancaster 10. Littlerock 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more