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first_imgFRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. — A Cincinnati man was arrested in Franklin County after a routine traffic stop over the weekend.Late Saturday night, officers from the Laurel Police Department were working a narcotic detail on Interstate-74 and stopped a car for a traffic violation.Police smelled an odor of raw marijuana coming from inside the vehicle.K9 Diablo performed an exterior sniff of the vehicle and indicated to police the presence of a narcotic drug in the vehicle.During a search of the vehicle, police found marijuana in the passenger seat, inside a closed tin storage can.According to police, the driver of the car admitted to the officer that his girlfriend had purchased the container from a novelty store in Florida.The driver of the car, Mark Straughn, of Cincinnati, was arrested on a charge of Possession of Marijuana.last_img read more

first_imgThe school announced guidelines Tuesday spelling out that the number of people allowed at Brooks Stadium includes teams, coaching staffs, game day staff, game day operations, working media, band, spirit teams and volunteers, along with spectators.The Chanticleers play in the Football Bowl Subdivision and open their home season against Campbell on Sept. 18.___Leaders of six state legislatures in the Big Ten footprint have sent a letter to Commissioner Kevin Warren asking the conference to reconsider its decision to cancel the fall football season.The letter is written on the letterhead of Michigan House Speaker Lee Chatfield and also signed by statehouse leaders from Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. “Recent actions taken by other conferences around the country to start football and other fall sports have placed the Big Ten, its members and students at a disadvantage,” the letter said. “These athletes are losing a vital part of student life and are becoming less marketable to future employers with each passing week. Additionally, our local universities stand to lose hundreds of millions of dollars that support vital student scholarships.“This is even more frustrating when we think of how our Big Ten athletic programs are leading the way by providing outstanding health and safety protocols. All of that unprecedented planning and teamwork was an unmitigated success, and yet somehow the conference has decided to cast it aside anyway.”The Big Ten, and Warren in particular, have received strong pushback since the conference announced that university presidents voted to push back football and other fall sports until the second semester because of the coronavirus pandemic. Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields started a petition seeking a reversal, parents of players held a protest outside Big Ten headquarters and eight Nebraska players filed a lawsuit.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Latest: Coastal Carolina gets OK to host reduced crowds Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Coastal Carolina of the Sun Belt Conference has gotten approval from the state of South Carolina to have up to 5,000 people at its home football games this fall.center_img September 8, 2020 Associated Press last_img read more

first_imgHello, Jacob Hollister. Please don’t be David Njoku. Be more like Ricky Seals-Jones, as a matter of fact. We’ve touted Hollister most of the second half in our tight end rankings, and our Week 16 PPR TE rankings see him placed among the elites. It’d normally be weird for us to want any tight end to be like RSJ, but after Seals-Jones scored two revenge-game TDs against the Cardinals, fantasy owners in championship games would like to see Hollister match that output.Otherwise, though, the names in the top-10 are the usual suspects (minus Evan Engram, who would be in that top level if not for his nagging foot injury that got him onto Injured Reserve). Most likely, you’ve made it to fantasy championship week thanks to a solid TE (or a stream-against-the-Cardinals strategy). If you have a stud, the best strategy is just to play him. WEEK 16 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerIf you’re looking for a stream, though, and Hollister is already accounted for, the first try would be O.J. Howard. With receivers dropping like flies with bad hamstrings in Tampa Bay, Howard saw a season-high eight targets in Week 15 and probably will see a similar level of usage in Week 16 against the Texans. You could also give Dallas Goedert or Jonnu Smith a chance after they both had five catches in Week 15 (Smith added an impressive 57-yard run to showcase his athleticism).WEEK 16 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiverTyler Higbee might be a big question for a few of you. He’s balled out the past few weeks, and if you’ve been riding that production you might be playing for a title. To be frank, the San Francisco matchup in Week 16 is a bad one. But it seems like Jared Goff will keep throwing to Higbee, and if Hollister and Howard are both owned in your league, it’s probably fine to stick with the guy who’s had three straight 100-yard games.WEEK 16 DFS LINEUPS:FD Cash | FD GPP | DK Cash | DK GPP | Y! Cash | Y! GPPThere will surely be some fantasy matchups that come down to Travis Kelce on Sunday night, and with Saturday action in Week 16, as well, there’s a lot to look forward to. Best of luck in your title games.MORE WEEK 16 DFS: Stacks | Values | Lineup Builder Reminder: Check back for updates during the week. For more individual TE analysis, click here.MORE WEEK 16: Waiver pickups | FAAB planning | Stock watch | Snap counts | Fantasy playoff tipsWeek 16 PPR Rankings: TEsThese rankings are for full-point PPR leagues.RankPlayer1Travis Kelce, KC @ CHI2George Kittle, SF vs. LAR3Zach Ertz, PHI vs. DAL4Jacob Hollister, SEA vs. ARZ5Austin Hooper, ATL vs. JAX6Hunter Henry, LAC vs. OAK7Darren Waller, OAK @ LAC8Mark Andrews, BAL @ CLE9Jared Cook, NO @ TEN10Tyler Higbee, LAR @ SF11O.J. Howard, TB vs. HOU12Greg Olsen, CAR @ IND13Dallas Goedert, PHI vs. DAL14Jack Doyle, IND vs. CAR15Kyle Rudolph, MIN vs. GB16Mike Gesicki, MIA vs. CIN17Jonnu Smith, TEN vs. NO18Noah Fant, DEN vs. DET19Jason Witten, DAL @ PHI20Cameron Brate, TB vs. HOU21Darren Fells, HOU @ TB22Jordan Akins, HOU @ TB23Gerald Everett, LAR @ SF24Kaden Smith, NYG @ WAS25Jimmy Graham, GB @ MIN26Vance McDonald, PIT @ NYJ27Benjamin Watson, NE vs. BUF28Tyler Eifert, CIN @ MIA29Dawson Knox, BUF @ NE30Logan Thomas, DET @ DEN31Irv Smith Jr., MIN vs. GBlast_img read more

first_imgBENDER: Conference-only is college football’s best hope for 2020The season is supposed to start Aug. 29, but that seems like a stretch given the state of the five most powerful conferences.  Here is a closer look at where each one stands:  ACC On July 29, the ACC unveiled a plus-one model for the 2020 college football season. Notre Dame, a FBS independent, will be a full member as part of that 10-game conference scheule. The Irish also are eligible to compete in the conference championship game, which is scheduled for either Dec. 12 or Dec. 19 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. Notre Dame will split its television revenue with the other schools in the conference, and that includes money generated from its NBC television contract. The schedule left room for one nonconference game. The conference announced that the first games will take place the week of Sept. 7-12, and the 11-game schedule will span a 13-week period with two weeks.  Big Ten  The Big Ten was the first to adopt a conference-only model for the 2020 season, announcing the change on July 9.  That means key nonconference games such as Michigan-Washington, Oregon-Ohio State and Notre Dame-Wisconsin won’t happen. The 11 nonconference games with the Mid-American Conference also are off the schedule.  The Big Ten plays a nine-game conference schedule (six intradvision, three crossover), so it will be interesting to see whether there are changes to the matchups.  Big 12 According to ESPN.com, conference will decide in late July how to proceed.  “As we go forward, we’re going to have our own set of criteria,” commissioner Bob Bowlsby said. “We’re mostly relying on the advice of scientists and doctors who are advising us. We believe the decisions ought to be made slightly later.” The Big 12 also canceled its plan for a virtual media day on Aug. 3. Pac-12 The Pac-12 followed the Big Ten’s lead and moved to a conference-only model for 2020 on July 10.  “Our decisions have and will be guided by science and data, and based upon the trends and indicators over the past days, it has become clear that we need to provide ourselves with maximum flexibility to schedule, and to delay any movement to the next phase of return-to-play activities,” commissioner Larry Scott said in a statement.  The Pac-12, like the Big Ten, plays nine conference games, but this year it won’t be playing in nonconference games that could have helped its College Football Playoff chances. The conference has not been represented in the Playoff the last three seasons and has the fewest appearances (two) among the Power 5 conferences. SEC On July 30, the SEC moved to a conference-only model for the 2020 college football season. Sports Illustrated first reported the news.  The COVID-19 pandemic continues in the United States, and it continues to impact the looming 2020 college football season.  The Power 5 conferences in the FBS have already shifted their views about a potential season, but not everybody is on the same page. The conference-only model is in effect in some places, but it is not a universal plan.  The SEC will begin play on Sept. 26, which is three weeks after the scheduled start of the college football season. The SEC will maintain its seven-team division format, and teams will play two more crossover games with the new schedule. In addition, the SEC has moved its conference championship game to Dec. 19. Traditional SEC-ACC rivalry games such as Florida-Florida State, Kentucky-Louisville, Georgia-Georgia Tech and South Carolina-Clemson will not be played as a result of the decision.last_img read more