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49ers scramble for backup plans at QB, RB, WR

first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceSANTA CLARA – QB1 Jimmy Garoppolo tore up his knee three games ago. QB2 C.J. Beathard got ransacked Sunday by the Arizona Cardinals. As for QB3, that role gained clarity Monday.Coach Kyle Shanahan left no doubt that Nick Mullens is the one on-call if Beathard gets hurt for the 49ers (1-4). A QB4 could be coming, but that is only to back up Mullens and ease the workload at practice. San Francisco 49ers’ …last_img

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New Videos: Sealing Ducts and Installing Dense-Packed Cellulose

first_imgHow to install dense-packed celluloseThe cellulose video features Bill Hulstrunk and Chris White, two experts from National Fiber, a manufacturer of cellulose insulation. Among the questions answered in the video:What tool is best for cutting InsulWeb fabric — scissors or a utility knife?What’s the maximum recommended spacing between staples?What are the minimum specs for an air compressor used to power a pneumatic stapler?How can you tell whether damp-spray cellulose was installed with too much water?If studs are spaced 24 inches on center, is it still possible to install cellulose insulation behind InsulWeb? Subscribe to GBA to enjoy all of the benefits of GBA Pro membershipThe two new videos are available to all GBA readers — even those who aren’t GBA Pro members.However, many other GBA videos are only available to GBA Pro members. To enjoy all of the benefits of GBA Pro membership, subscribe to GBA Pro today or try our 14-day free trial.Here are the links to the two new videos:Dense-packed celluloseDuct Sealing and Leak Testing GBA has released two new videos: one on installing dense-packed cellulose in stud cavities, and the other on sealing duct seams with mastic.Both videos were recorded in March 2013 at NESEA’s Building Energy 13 conference in Boston.center_img How to seal duct seamsThe duct sealing video features Eric Wilder and Will D’Arrigo, two experts from the Conservation Services Group. Among the questions answered in the video:Are any tapes durable enough for duct sealing?When should I use mastic, and when should I use tape?When should mastic be applied with a paint brush, and when should it be applied with a trowel?Can I use a fog machine for duct leakage testing?last_img read more

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10 months agoReal Madrid president Florentino encouraged as PSG face Neymar, Mbappe sale

first_imgReal Madrid president Florentino encouraged as PSG face Neymar, Mbappe saleby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveReal Madrid president Florentino Perez is encouraged by PSG’s Financial Fair Play problems.AS says PSG face the need to raise €90m from player sales this year to comply with UEFA’s law.PSG were found to be €170m short of meeting their FFP obligations, but with €80m due from their Champions League participation, it now leaves a gap of €90m needing to be covered.As such, a player sale is likely so to make up the shortfall and Florentino is ready to do business for either PSG attacker of Neymar or Kylian Mbappe.Should PSG fail to meet UEFA’s deadline, they face being banned from European competition. TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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Ohio State womens soccer falls at Penn State

Then-freshman defender Taylor Schissler makes a play on the ball in a game against Pittsburgh Aug. 28, 2013. OSU won 2-0. Credit: Lantern file photoIt was a tough Friday night for the Ohio State women’s soccer team as it lost on the road against No. 8 Penn State.The Nittany Lions outscored the Buckeyes, 5-1, handing the team its worst loss of the season. The most goals allowed by the Buckeyes before the loss on Friday was three, in losses against Purdue on Sept. 14 and then-No. 4 Virginia Tech on Aug. 31.Scoring began early when Penn State freshman forward Frannie Crouse gave the Nittany Lions the lead by scoring off a cross in the second minute. Penn State added another goal in the first half when sophomore midfielder Salina Williford scored off an OSU turnover in the 27th minute.Penn State took a 2-0 lead into the half while also holding a 7-1 lead in shots. The Buckeyes got on the board early in the second half when freshman midfielder Sydney Dudley scored on a header off a cross in the 46th minute. The Nittany Lions responded quickly with a goal from senior defender Whitney Church less than three minutes later.Penn State increased the lead to 4-1 in the 65th minute when Crouse scored her second goal of the evening on a breakaway. The Nittany Lions added another goal to their lead in the 76th minute from junior forward Raquel Rodriguez off a cross from freshman midfielder Haleigh Echard.Penn State held 14-4 advantage in shots. OSU is 1-5-0 this season when trailing opponents in shot attempts.The Buckeyes fell to 4-5-0 for the season and 1-2-0 in Big Ten play, while the Nittany Lions improved to 7-1-0 and 3-0 in the Big Ten.The Buckeyes next game is scheduled for Friday at 7 p.m. against No. 22 Illinois at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. read more

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Mens hockey Buckeyes attend NHL development camps

Ohio State sophomore forward Tanner Laczynski (center) poses for a photo with Cam Lee and Wyatt Kalynuk at Philadelphia Flyers development camp. Credit: Zack Hill | Philadelphia Flyers senior director of public relationsAfter the success the Ohio State men’s hockey team saw last year, reaching the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2009, a handful of players from the team received opportunities to skate for NHL teams during the summer.Five players who are returning from last year’s team — forwards Mason Jobst, Tanner Laczynski, Dakota Joshua and John Wiitala and defender Wyatt Ege — and three players who graduated — forward Nick Schilkey, defender Josh Healey and goalie Matt Tomkins — were invited to development camps for NHL teams across the country. These camps are meant to give teams a chance to check out prospects whom they already drafted, as well as give other young players a chance to gain experience with NHL coaches and staff.“It was really fun,” said Wiitala, who skated with the Minnesota Wild. “My family has been season-ticket holders for [the Wild] for a long time so I’ve seen a lot of games there, but it was cool getting to meet players around the rink that I’ve been watching for a really long time.”This was Wiitala’s first year attending the camp, as it was for Ege, who skated with the Vegas Golden Knights expansion team.While this was a new experience for Ege and Wiitala, Laczynski and Joshua went to their second and third NHL camps this past summer, respectively.Joshua was drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the sixth round of the 2014 draft, and Laczynski was selected in the fifth round of the 2016 draft by the Philadelphia Flyers. Both players attended their respective teams’ development camps.“I came in this year with a little bit more confidence, and it was more of a better experience overall, just enjoying my time there and not being so nervous, knowing most of the guys and coaching staff,” Laczynski said.Making his third appearance to an NHL camp, Joshua said he feels more like a veteran, and the camps give him a taste of what he hopes to achieve.“Going there as a young kid obviously I knew it was going to be a long time before I had a chance of making it somewhere in the organization, but now that I’m getting older, it’s getting closer and closer,” Joshua said. Jobst, whose 55 points led the Big Ten a season ago, was the fifth returning player to attend a camp. He attended camps for both the Boston Bruins and the reigning Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins.“It was pretty surreal to put the jersey on for the first time and just get to meet all of the coaches and the coaching staff, and seeing the Stanley Cup was an unbelievable feeling, and everyone was so great there,” Jobst said.The Buckeyes have an exhibition game at home against Ryerson on Sept. 30, and then start the regular season on the road at Wisconsin on Oct. 6.  Despite losing key contributors like Schilkey and goalie Christian Frey, the hockey team has continued to maintain lofty positions for this upcoming season.“I think that every player has their individual goals, but I think what’s really important is the team goals, getting back to the tournament, and not just making it there, making a dent, and making a little run,” Witala said.To make this run, new players will need to step up — the Buckeyes graduated two of their three leading scorers this offseason — but each player said there are things he learned in development camps, like the importance of nutrition and skating stride, that he can bring back to Columbus. “The biggest thing is the work ethic,” Joshua said.  “The ones that you see make it are working really hard, learning how to try and match that and bring that every day I think is a big thing for me to bring back here.” read more

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Maldini not expecting Ancelotti move

first_imgPaolo Maldini recently disclosed he did not foresee Carlo Ancelotti becoming the new Napoli coach and gave his opinion on Roberto Mancini’s rule under Italy.The Milan legend shared a few interesting choice words for Ancelotti, the Italian team and the clubs in the Champions League final, just hours before the official start.“They are two totally different teams. Liverpool will be wary, try to go on the counter-attack with their very fast strikers. Real Madrid will try to control the game with their usual characteristics of possession and quality,” Maldini added, according to Football Italia.“Cristiano Ronaldo is very tough to mark, because just as you think he’s under control, he scores. He has now developed into a full-blown centre-forward. As for Mohamed Salah, his pace is out of the ordinary.”Sacchi explains Sarri, Conte, and Ancelotti Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Arrigo Sacchi talked about how Sarri has a tougher time at Juventus than Conte at Inter; while Ancelotti’s “blood is boiling” at Napoli.Arrigo Sacchi…“I was really not expecting that. I’m very happy for Carlo and we’ll see what comes of it,” he said of Ancelotti’s appointment as a Napoli coach.Maldini also gave his few cents on Mancini’s performance as a coach of the international team.“He really wanted the job and that is positive. The players seem happy and consequently, it’ll be a strong starting point for this new era.”last_img read more

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Agent reveals why midfielder Jorginho rejected City

first_imgAgent of Chelsea midfielder, Jorginho has revealed why his client rejected the chance to join Manchester City this summer.Jorginho had agreement to join up with Pep Guardiola’s Premier League champions but Chelsea swooped in late to ensure the player moved to London instead, his agent has revealed.The Brazilian-born Italian midfielder headed City boss Pep Guardiola’s list of transfer targets over the summer, with the 26-year-old earmarked as competition for Fernandinho at the base of City’s midfield.But the Napoli midfielder opted to follow manager Maurizio Sarri from Serie A to Stamford Bridge, and has produced a string of impressive performances in his debut Premier League campaign so far.“It was all done with Jorginho,” the player’s agent Joao Santos told Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli, as quoted by ManchesterEveningNews.“There was an agreement, but there was no agreement between the clubs. All parties have to agree, and one did not.”Premier LeaguePremier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“Then Chelsea asked what the situation was after Sarri arrived and Jorginho went to London.”Pep confirmed at the end of the transfer window that the Blues had attempted to lure the midfielder to the Etihad.“We were close but in the end Jorginho decided to stay with Sarri,” he said last month.“I’ve said before that I want players who want to come here. He didn’t want that. We tried, we believed it was done but at the last turn he decided on Chelsea.”It came as a second midfield disappointment for the City boss, with the Blues having seen Fred opt to join Manchester United after City approached the Brazilian midfielder in January.last_img read more

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Hugo Chavez Remembered

first_img Jamaica’s Senate Begins debate on National Identification and Registration Bill Related Items:hugo chavez, jamaica, portia simpson miller Bahamas DPM Turnquest, as IDB Governor, Talks Technology and Climate Change Resilience at IDB Conclave Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppKINGSTON, March 6 (JIS): Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller, headed the list of dignitaries who attended a ceremony at Devon House on March 5, to commemorate the second anniversary of the death of former President, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias.Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Hon. Arnaldo Brown, who addressed the function, said the late President has left behind a celebrated legacy in his country and across the Americas.“The solid ties of friendship that exist today between Jamaica and Venezuela are a genuine testament to the fraternal outreach and generous spirit of Hugo Chavez,” he said.Mr. Brown said the establishment of the Community of Latin America and the Caribbean States speaks volumes to his vision, and the historic signing of the PetroCaribe Cooperation Agreement certainly cemented a part of his legacy, particularly in Jamaica. He pointed out that several socio-economic and developmental projects, for which the Government and people of Jamaica are grateful, were made possible through the PetroCaribe initiative of Commander Chavez.Among them are: the upgrading of the Petrojam refinery; upgrading of the Montego Bay Sports Complex; and the refurbishing of the Port Maria Civic Centre.He said the passing of Mr. Chavez, known as the Supreme Commander, was a tremendous loss to Venezuela and to the wider world.“A true disciple of the Pan-American ideal of Simon Bolivar for an independent and integrated Latin America, Commander Hugo Chavez championed the plight of the marginalised and the economically` disadvantaged, not only in his native Venezuela but throughout the world and the wider Latin America and Caribbean region,” Mr. Brown said.He pointed out that later this year, Jamaica will host the 10th anniversary of the PetroCaribe Summit as well as commemorate the 200th anniversary of the acclaimed Carta de Jamaica.“We will also officially open the Simon Bolivar cultural centre, which stemmed from a request by President Chavez and which we are indeed pleased to honour with its completion. The centre will play an important role in linking the cultures of Jamaica and Venezuela and the wider Americas towards greater understanding among our peoples,” the State Minister said. He pointed out that the late President will always be remembered for his unwavering stance against inequality and injustice in the interest of the greater good of his people and the love and high aspirations he had for Venezuela. “He stood as a symbol of hope and unity in his mission to transform the lives of the citizens of Latin America and the Caribbean,” he said. For her part, Venezuelan Ambassador to Jamaica, Her Excellency Maria Jacqueline Mendoza, said the late President fought for equity, social justice and inclusion of the poorest and marginalised people in Venezuela. “Chavez is an eternal presence for the people of our country. Hugo Chavez left his legacy and his example as a leader, placing the happiness of the people as a main goal of any Government,” she said.Guests at the function were treated to a documentary entitled: ‘My Friend Hugo’, which depicted aspects of the life of the late President. An exposition of photographs highlighting the life of the late President was also opened.The function was hosted by the Embassy of Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Two boys die, bicycle and van collide in St. Catherine, Jamaica Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img

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