The question of is Deebo Samuel playing has hung in the air for fantasy football managers since the San Francisco 49ers wide receiver was a surprise appearance on the injury report Wednesday. With Samuel seemingly dealing with a recurrence of the hamstring issue that bothered him a couple of weeks ago, he entered the weekend listed as questionable. Let’s examine the latest status for Samuel in Week 12, and the decisions facing fantasy managers this week. In this blog post, we'll tell you everything you need to know about How to watch Mosconi Cup 2022 live stream
In the video above, Adam Beasley and Dalton Miller break down the Los Angeles Rams at Kansas City Chiefs matchup in Week 12. With Matthew Stafford again battling injury woes, how will the Rams’ offense attempt to get anything going? Who steps up for Kansas City this week with the Chiefs’ offense battling injury issues of its own? And, in what was once one of the premier matchups of offensive firepower in the league, will this game end in a near-certain Chiefs win, as most presume? Adam and Dalton give their predictions for this contest toward the end of the video. In this blog post, we'll tell you everything you need to know about How to watch Mosconi Cup 2022 live
After another poor performance from the Virginia Cavaliers, this time against Duke, it feels a little bit like the wheels are falling off. There is little this team does well right now. Duke had 248 yards rushing. Virginia had 93. Duke dominated special teams, both blocking a punt and recovering a fumble on a kickoff. It was not a strong performance for Tony Elliott’s team and, coming off a solid performance against Syracuse, it seemed like a step backwards. Louisville, though sitting at 0-3 in the ACC and 2-3 overall, is coming off arguably its best effort of the season, nearly pulling off a road win over Boston College. Not that BC is good, but going on the road in conference is not easy, as Virginia has learned. The Wahoos are home, where they are 2-0 this season. However, they are three-point underdogs. Virginia on Defense Virginia’s Defense forced a punt on the opening drive. Over the next three Duke drives, Duke averaged six yards per play, faced just three third downs, and scored 21 points. At that point, the game was effectively over. Duke ran 24 plays during that stretch and Virginia, arguably, won three of those plays. That’s very bad, and meant it was no surprise that Duke scored on all three drives. Those first half drives were all without Nick Jackson, who missed the first half due to his ejection for targeting against Syracuse. Would things have been different with Jackson on the field? Perhaps. Arguably, he is the best defender on the team. Not arguably, he is the quarterback of the defense. Not having Jackson out there does more than just remove the Wahoos’ top tackler, it removes their leader
Jake Gelof and Alex Tappen became the first Virginia duo to land first team All-ACC baseball honors since 2017 to lead the way for the Cavaliers. UVA placed a total of five players on the All-ACC teams released on Monday. In addition to Gelof and Tappen, starting pitcher Brian Gursky was named to second team All-ACC, while shortstop Griff O'Ferrall and Casey Saucke both picked up freshman team honors. NFR Live on ProRodeo. If you are looking for a live radio stream of the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas then you can go straight to Pro Rodeo Live.
Discussion of last year with focus on how CBT adapted the offense and conjecture on what happens this now.
"Guy was one of 101 prospects who participated in pre-draft workouts with the Kings and the only player who came back for a second visit. Divac said Guy, the all-time leader at Virginia in 3-point shooting at 42.5 percent, was one of the most gifted shooters in the draft. "His shooting is just exceptional," Divac said. "I’m very confident he’s one of the best shooters in this class. He’s just unbelievable. When we had him first time, it was like everybody, we were so excited, like, ‘We’ve got to bring him again to see if he was just lucky,’ and, no, he was making a lot of shots the second time, too. If you talk about Kyle’s game and say one thing that is elite, it is definitely shooting is an elite weapon for him.""
Nothing to see... just two regular guys (awaiting their draft picks) trash talking on the interwebs.
Concrete evidence progress is being made.
We finally know what he's doing now and why Coach Bennett was so clear that Nichols wouldn't be returning to the program next year.
Highlights from the Milwaukee Bucks vs. the Brooklyn Nets 12.1.16, featuring Malcolm Brogdon and Joe Harris. At around 1:17 in the video you can see Brogdon come over to try and take the ball from Harris, and if you watch 3:51 through 4:18 you can watch Brogdon and Harris trading threes. I was hoping to see Harris actually guarding Brogdon (or vice versa), but I haven't been able to find a video of the full game.