Related TopicsBerea MidparkBryce Agnew Vince McKee Midpark Berea Tailback Bryce “The Beast” Agnew redefined the term “Iron Man” this season. The fireplug of a tailback never stopped working and was a leader on the team both in spirit, courage and rushing yards. He never said no to any assignment and was the ultimate team player.Agnew played both running back and linebacker and rarely ever sat out a snap. On offense he managed to compile an incredible 864 yards on only 137 carries in a pass happy offense. He cashed those chances in for 12 touchdowns on the ground and also earned the Week 7 NEOSI Player of the Week.The Beast was the total package on offense as he also caught 29 passes for 285 yards and 3 more touchdowns. Agnew never fumbled the ball either. Can you imagine that? Over 165 touches with zero fumbles? That my friends is reliable consistency. He replaced star running back Darius Holland as the feature back and the Titans improved upon their 2016 record with Agnew at the helm.It also must be noted, that Berea Midpark ran a lot of QB draws with Trevor Bycznski near the goal line and in a lot of other short yard scenario’s or his numbers would have been even greater. Also combine the fact that he split time with another stud in the backfield by the name of Jabriel Williams and that my friends is damn right incredible!But you don’t become the “Ironman” by only playing one side of the ball, Agnew was everywhere and involved on almost every single snap this season. On a defense that improved from last season, Agnew alongside Beau Bachie helped control the middle and keep the Titans in games late when they absolutely needed a stop.Bryce finished the season with a whopping 35 tackles, 22 of them solo and 2 interceptions. Considering the young man played almost every snap, that is remarkable!NEOSI would like to congratulate Bryce Agnew on being this seasons Iron Man.Full Photo Credit to Biz Sleibi
IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 Serena Williams stopped the 23-year-old in her tracks with a straight-sets win, propelling herself back to the top of the rankings in the process, but Jankovic says she is focused on snatching the crown back this week at Ariake Coliseum.A top-two finish would be enough for the Serbian to achieve her goal, but she knows she faces a difficult task in a tournament featuring six of the world’s top 10 players.“Nothing comes easy, so you have to really work hard for it,” she said. “Nothing falls from the sky. Whoever works the hardest and whoever wants it more will win. “Of course I want to go back to the top, and that is why I am here. “I really want to get back to the No. 1 spot and I will do my best to achieve that.”Jankovic became only the 18th woman ever to reach the top ranking in August, but she insists the brevity of her stay there did not take the shine off her achievement.“Any time you achieve No. 1, it doesn’t matter if it is for a week or for many years,” she said. “It will always stay there on your record. It is every player’s dream to be No. 1 and I am just the 18th player to achieve that, so there aren’t many in the history of women’s tennis.“It is something everyone dreams of but not everyone gets to do. I am really proud that I joined that group of legends.”Jankovic is still seeking her first Grand Slam victory after losing to Williams in New York. But rather than dwell on what might have been, the Serbian is taking positives from the experience.“Of course it is disappointing for me that I lost in the final, but at the same time when you look back I had a great two weeks, and especially because I have been struggling with a lot of injuries,” she said.“It was a great match against Serena and I had my chances, but I am looking forward to developing my game and doing my best. My time will come.“Now I want to take that extra step and win a slam. I got to a final and that will help me in the future. Now I know what to expect.”Britain’s Andy Murray could not stop raving about the raucous crowd at Flushing Meadows as he also made it through to his first Grand Slam final at the U.S. Open, and Arthur Ashe Stadium now has another confirmed fan in Jankovic.“I really love the U.S. Open,” she said. “That is the one I feel most comfortable at.”“My personality suits that tournament most because the atmosphere is electric and the crowd get really involved.“But each Grand Slam is special in its own individual way. I would love to win them all, and that is a dream of mine, but whichever one you win is special.”For the time being, however, Jankovic’s thoughts are firmly on the task at hand in Tokyo. The world No. 2 says Japan’s Tier 1 event cannot compare with the rigors of a Grand Slam, but is wary of the dangers posed by familiar rivals such as Ivanovic, Elena Demetieva and Dinara Safina.“Playing at Grand Slams you have to compete for two weeks and you have to win seven matches, and physically and mentally it wears you out,” she said. “The draw is bigger and everyone wants to be in their best shape.“Here the draw is smaller, but of course you might be playing the same players. That’s the way it goes.”And with little to choose from among the world’s top players, Jankovic is aware that success at Ariake would allow her no room for complacency. “Now there is a group of girls who are doing well and are in form,” she said. “There will be a battle until the end of the year to see who will finish as the No. 1 player in the world.” RELATED PHOTOS Spirited competitor: Serbia’s Jelena Jankovic, who is competing in the Toray Pan Pacific Open this week, says hard work and determination are keys to success for a top-ranked player. Jankovic was the world’s top-ranked female for a week earlier this summer, losing the top spot after the Beijing Olympics. | AP PHOTO Jelena Jankovic is determined to draw strength from her U.S. Open final defeat and regain the top spot in the world rankings at this week’s Toray Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo.Jankovic, who claimed the No. 1 position during the Beijing Olympics only to lose it to Ana Ivanovic a week later, put the disappointment behind her to reach her first Grand Slam final at Flushing Meadows at the start of this month. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — When the Northwestern State men’s basketball team rolls into Texas A&M on Friday for its first of two road games against Power Five teams this weekend, the Demons won’t be in unfamiliar territory.NSU, which will open its season at 8 p.m. against an Aggies squad that is receiving votes in multiple preseason polls, has played 17 games against Power Five opponents since 2012-13.The Demons knocked off Auburn in 2013-14, and seven of their 16 losses have been within 15 points. NSU lost at Texas A&M 109-68 in 2014-15 but just 78-65 in 2012-13.Friday’s game can be seen on the SEC Network or heard on KWLV 107.1 FM in Many or streamed live on nsudemons.com.Coach Mike McConathy said winning is of course the goal, but playing well enough to be in a position to win at the end is even more important when playing against Power Five competition.“This is a big-time venue, and our kids get to line up against people they’ve heard about,” said McConathy, a former Airline star and BPCC head coach. “We have to do what we need to do in terms of consistent defense, getting back in transition, blocking out and rebounding and taking care of the ball.“In our last scrimmage, we had five turnovers. I’d love to play against the big boys and have just five turnovers, because then we have a chance to compete. We have areas that we need to get victories in.”Senior guard Zeek Woodley, a mid-major All-American this past season who is second in the nation among active scorers (1,764), said the Demons want to prove they are better than the 8-20 record.The Pelican native is one of four returning scorers to average double-figure points, leading the Demons with 22.2 points per game this past season. He is joined by senior guard Sabri Thompson (12.6), junior guard Devonte Hall (11.4) and sophomore forward Ishmael Lane (11.5).“It feels pretty good to get back on the court with a team we know is better than last year’s,” Woodley said. “We’re going to try to win (Friday), and we know they are a big team with a lot of people in the stands.“We got used to playing without (star point guard) Jalan West, because we played all year without him.”West tore his ACL in the season-opener at Ole Miss this past season and re-injured the knee this summer as the team prepared to play an exhibition tour in Canada.Thompson emerged as the team’s vocal leader without West, who is the program’s all-time assist leader and 3-point shooter.“We’re ready to go out there and test what we’ve been working on,” Thompson said. “We’re more confident because of the past trips we’ve made, and we know they have to step out on the court just like we do.“We’ve beat Auburn before, so we know it’s not impossible to knock one of these teams off. I’ll be with the second wave, which includes a lot of younger players. I’m more of a vocal guy … and we’ve got some newcomers that can really help us.”Senior Tra’von Joseph keyed a 2013-14 push in which NSU won 12 of its last 15 games before losing in the Southland Conference Tournament semifinals, and he’s healthy after battling injuries this past season.McConathy said Joseph’s energy will be needed for a team that’s had a roller-coaster preseason.“We competed a lot better last week after not competing well the week before,” said McConathy, who enters his 18th season with 267 wins at NSU. “The previous two or three weeks before that, we played as hard as we had in my history with the program.“We’ve had our bumps, bruises and injuries — we’re down three people right now. But we’ll find out where we are really quick against a quality team like Texas A&M.”The Aggies return just one starter back from a team that won a program-best 28 games and its first conference title in more than 30 years.But coach Billy Kennedy, a former Northwestern State assistant coach and former Southeastern head coach, has lifted the Aggies to a formidable force in the Southeastern Conference.Center Tyler Davis is the team’s lone returning starter with 11 points and six rebounds per game, but the Aggies have a handful of veteran reserves who will start this season.— Matt Vines, Northwestern State Sports InformationTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
TIGER Bay and West Front Road were big winners as the Corona Fustal Tournament continued at the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue.In the night’s opening game, Tiger Bay humbled Xtreme Campebellville 8-1 in a lop-sided encounter. Deon Alfred was the chief destroyer with strikes in the 8th, 11th, 12th and 18th minutes while there were single strikes from Orin Moore (13th), Jermaine Smith (16th), Kerwin Heywood (16th) and James Meredith (18th). Campbellville had Carl Griffith on target in the 6th.Game two saw West Front Road also scoring eight goals, this time against Alexander Village who could only muster two in response. Jamal Pedro’s hat trick, (8th, 14th and 20th) coupled with Randolph Wagner’s brace (2nd and 5th) and lone strikes by Michael Pedro (10th), Hubert Pedro (12th) and Colin Nelson (20th) balanced the books. Alexander Village had Leon Yaw (17th) and Shem Porter (16th) on target.Leopold Street was also a winner on the night, downing Show Stoppers 8-4 in game three. Eon Alleyne (1st, 6th, 12th, 13th and 18th) accounted for most of the nails in the Show Stoppers coffin with Omalo Williams (14th and 19th) and Daren Benjamin (2nd) also nailing shots. The losers had Dexroy Adams (3rd and 5th) and Trayon Bob (8th and 11th) on target.Sparta Boss was the final winner of the evening, putting Albouystown out 5-1 thanks to Qunicy Adams, (13th), Gregory Richardson (12th), Courtney Britton (6th), Sheldon Shepherd (18th) and Keyon Richards (9th). Moses Gittens was on target for Albouystown.Matches continue next Saturday with the quarter finals which pits Tiger Bay against Bent Street, West Front Road against Leopold Street, Alpha Warriors against California Square and Future Stars against Sparta Boss.
ROME: Anyone would be shocked when the superstars they adore suddenly appear in front of their eyes. Not to mention when talking about their adored man. Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer has created a rare fortune for two girls from Liguria, Italy.Iowa was blessed with 11 – year – old Carola and 13 – year – old Vittoria. Carola and Vittoria are best known for their tennis video, which caught the attention during the lockdown. Federer came across a video of them playing tennis on the terraces of houses facing each other as the tennis courts were closed.Federer’s surprise visit was arranged by a well-known Italian pasta company. Surprise was created by the TV channel team that came to interview the two girls after their video went viral. The girls did not suspect it as it was common after the viral video.The interview took place on the terrace of the same house where they played tennis. Federer, who was listening to the two talking through headphones, slowly came to the terrace and did not see the two of them standing behind them. Then they were talking about Federer. Rafael was shocked when he heard a question from behind when he was talking about Nadal. At first they could not believe their eyes. When Federer called them by name, they jumped for joy. Then they took a selfie without wasting time.Federer, who praised their video, was asked if he would like to play on the terrace, and the two agreed. Later, Vittoria and Carol played tennis on the terrace of a house and Federer on the opposite terrace. The superstar asked if we could eat pasta after the game. Federer said your video sent a big message to the world that you can play tennis anywhere, anytime while eating. Federer said the confidence that the message conveyed was great in a situation where the whole world was locked down because of Kovid.The surprise of Vittoria and Carol did not end there. On his return, Federer sent them a video message saying that the two had been given training opportunities at Rafael Nadal’s tennis academy in Spain and that they should pack their bags to go.Carolla and Vittoria’s dreams come true when the tennis god comes on the roof.
The German midfielder was linked with a move to Old Trafford throughout the January transfer window when it became apparent he would be leaving Juventus.Numerous reports were indicating that Manchester United were keen, although it was made clear at the time a move was unlikely because of Can.It was widely stated he wouldn’t join United due to his affiliation with Liverpool, where he spent four years and made 167 appearances before joining Juventus on a free transfer in 2018.Embed from Getty ImagesThat rumour was never confirmed as fact, but now the player has insisted it is the case, revealing it to SportBild when discussing comparisons between Bayern Munich and Manchester United.“The comparison fits,” he told the newspaper.“Both are record champions and have huge strength. In addition, big names like Bastian Schweinsteiger and Owen Hargreaves played for both clubs.“But I would never play for United because of my time in Liverpool. My heart won’t let me do that. The rivalry between the clubs is really huge.”Can now finds himself at Dortmund after a disappointing spell at Juventus, where he failed to establish himself after impressing at Anfield.He’s been a hit at the German club thus far, so much so they decided to turn his initial loan deal into a permanent one not long after his arrival.The Bundesliga side were one of several options he had on the table in January, but he says it was comparing them with Liverpool that swung it.“I sign it 100 per cent,” he added when asked if the two sides compare.“When I came to Dortmund in winter, I compared a lot of things here with Liverpool.“The clubs are really similar, have a familiar environment and unique fans. And: Both love Jürgen Klopp!”by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameThe Most Addictive Game of the Year 2019Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoDating.comFind out where single guys are hanging out in Tung ChungDating.comUndo Borussia Dortmund midfielder Emre Can has revealed he will never play for Manchester United, due to his ties with Liverpool.
The new Chair of the Tipperary supporters club says they and the new Commercial Board will work well together.The board was launched last week with the aim of securing the funds needed to support the ongoing strategic development of the Tipperary senior hurling team under Liam Sheedy’s management.Speaking on last nights Extra Time here on Tipp FM chair of the supporters club John Coman said the new board will compliment their work.
Full Sail University has entered a multi-year clothing partnership with Orlando-based apparel company 3N2 Game Gear for its esports organisation, Full Sail Armada Esports.Over the course of the deal, 3N2 will be the exclusive provider of jerseys, apparel, footwear, and accessories for Armada’s teams. Photo credit: 3N2In addition to custom clothing and accessories, 3N2 Game Gear will provide Full Sail University’s students with research, internship, and post-graduate employment opportunities.Sean Murphy, CEO of 3N2 Game Gear discussed the deal in a release: “With 3N2 Game Gear we were one of the first to commit and invest in custom gaming jerseys and apparel. I can’t think of a more fitting sponsorship opportunity than with a true esports pioneer like Full Sail. They are the model for what esports can be at the university level with the best venue in the country, if not the world. We couldn’t be happier.”Full Sail Armada Esports competes in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Fortnite, Hearthstone, League of Legends, Overwatch, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Rocket League, SMITE, Super Smash Bros., Madden, and Dragon Ball FighterZ. It also has The Fortress, a gaming and broadcasting venue that’s located on the university campus.Craig Daily, VP and Creative Director at Full Sail University added: “The team at 3N2 was exceptionally skilled at bringing the designs we created to life for both the Armada team and spectator jerseys. It’s an exciting time for our student esports athletes, fans and the community to rally in support of Armada. Knowing the gear is of exceptional quality, we look forward to seeing the jerseys created by 3N2 proudly worn during tournament play, on campus and across the country.”Esports Insider says: While neither Armada or 3N2 are the biggest brands in esports, it’s massively important that collegiate esports is supported to enable a wave of educated, willing talent – both in and out of the server – to work in the industry post-education. This is a cool little deal and, to us, reaffirms Full Sail’s commitment to esports.Subscribe to ESI on YouTube
Gilbert Carrasquillo/FilmMagic(NEW YORK) — James Lipton, the creator and host of the long-running Bravo series Inside the Actors Studio, has died at age 93.His wife, Kedakai Turner, confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that Lipton had been battling bladder cancer and passed away early Monday at his Manhattan home.Bravo confirmed Lipton’s death to ABC News in a statement, saying, “James Lipton was a titan of the film and entertainment industry and had a profound influence on so many…We all enjoyed and respected his fierce passion, contributions to the craft, comprehensive research and his ability to bring the most intimate interviews ever conducted with A-list actors across generations. Bravo and NBCUniversal send our deepest condolences to Jim’s wife Kedakai and all his family.”Lipton started Inside the Actors studio in 1994 and remained host until 2018, after 22 seasons. The show, filmed in front of a live audience of student actors, featured Lipton interviewing some of the biggest actors of the time. He was also famously parodied by Will Ferrell on Saturday Night Live.One of his most famous questions, which he’d ask at the end of every interview, was “If Heaven exists, what would you like God to say when you arrive at the pearly gates?”Throughout his illustrious career, Lipton had a wide variety of roles in the entertainment business, including stints as an actor, scriptwriter, producer, author and more. His 1968 book An Exaltation of Larks, a humorous examination of odd and endearing names for collective nouns, is considered a minor classic and has never gone out of print.His acting credits included roles on Arrested Development, Bewitched, Guiding Light, The Goldbergs, Cold Squad and You Are There. Lipton also wrote for shows including Capitol, Return to Peyton Place, The Doctors, The Best of Everything, and Another World.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Buccaneers quarterback Winston didn’t have a strong performance through three quarters, which resulted in coach Dirk Koetter making the call to replace him with backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Bucs were down 34-16 at the time of Winston’s benching. Jameis Winston being benched for Ryan Fitzpatrick.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 28, 2018Winston threw four interceptions and was sacked five times for a loss of 20 yards. He finished with 276 yards and one touchdown, completing 18 of 35 passes for 276 yards. The Buccaneers, 3-3 entering Week 8, saw success under Fitzpatrick early in the season as he started four games while Winston served a three-game suspension at the beginning of the season. Related News NFL trade rumors: Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. drawing interest from multiple teams Jameis Winston’s start against the Bengals ended early.