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first_imgBy Edward AnschutzSEYMOUR, Wis. (Aug. 19) – J.J. Andersen went into the Sunday night IMCA Modified event at Outagamie Speedway seeking a weekend sweep but Brian Mullen had other ideas.The winner Friday at Luxemburg Speedway and Saturday at 141 Speedway, Anderson jumped to the early lead and appeared to be well on his way to completing the 3-for-3 weekend. Mullen raced from row four into the runner-up spot on lap five.With Andersen and Mullen both running the top groove, it looked as if that’s how they would finish but a caution on lap eight changed everything. With Mullen restarting down low, Andersen switched to the bottom of the track and allowed Mullen the preferred line up top.Mullen took the lead, going unchallenged the remainder of the event for the win. Andersen ended in second. Tyler Wilson, Johnny Whitman and Benji LaCrosse completed the top five.Brandon Czarapata checked out in winning the caution-free IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature while Jason Ebert was never challenged in racing to his second straight Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod victory.Cody Booth scored his first Mach-1 Sport Compact win of the season.last_img read more

first_imgCarlingford Lough, joint top-weight for the Crabbie’s Grand National, has been ruled out of the Aintree centrepiece on April 11. McManus’ racing manager Frank Berry said: “That (Grand National) won’t be happening.” The County Waterford trainer raised the possibility of Carlingford Lough lining up in the Punchestown Gold Cup, depending on how quickly he recovers from his Cheltenham exertions. Kiely said: “He’s come back fine. We agreed the ground probably wasn’t ideal, but I’m not sure he would have been good enough anyway. “I think we’ll give our horse a break for a couple of weeks and see how he is after that. “He could go to Punchestown, maybe.” The JP McManus-owned nine-year-old claimed the Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown on his penultimate start, but failed to provide Tony McCoy with a final Cheltenham Gold Cup success, finishing ninth behind Coneygree. John Kiely’s charge heads the weights for the National, along with last year’s Gold Cup hero Lord Windermere, but he will not be heading to Merseyside. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 25, 2012 at 1:25 am Contact David: dbwilson@syr.edu | @DBWilson2 Walking around campus has been a bit more of an adventure lately for Beau Blankenship. Whether he’s in class or around the university grounds, people take the opportunity to talk to one of the stars of the undefeated Ohio football team.With a 7-0 start and the Bobcats’ first-ever ranking in the Bowl Championship Series standings, the team gets some more recognition on campus. People are excited to be witnessing OU history.“A lot more people are asking stuff now that we’re ranked and there’s definitely a buzz around here,” said Blankenship, Ohio’s starting running back. “It’s great and we just got to keep it up, but it’s fun being a part of it.”On Sunday, the Bobcats cracked the Top 25 of the BCS standings for the first time in program history. OU is one of just two non-BCS conference teams, excluding Notre Dame, in the Top 25. While it sits behind Boise State, it’s the lone unbeaten non-BCS team.The success hasn’t come as a surprise to members of the team after a 10-4 season capped with a 24-23 victory over Utah State in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We knew with a bunch of the guys coming back that — building off that bowl game — that we were going to have a good chance at having some success,” quarterback Tyler Tettleton said.The Bobcats’ newfound success can be tied back to the arrival of head coach Frank Solich.In the decade before Solich’s arrival, OU never won a Mid-Atlantic Conference East championship. Under Solich, Ohio won three and has been to four bowl games in the past six seasons, culminating with the school’s first bowl victory last season.Solich compiled a 58-19 record in six seasons as the head coach at Nebraska, where he appeared to have gotten the Cornhuskers back on track by winning a conference title in 1999, sharing the Big 12 North in 2001 and a loss in the national championship at the end of that season. Still, new athletic director Steve Pederson fired the head coach in 2003 to bring in his own coach, Bill Callahan.After taking a season off, Solich arrived at OU ready to build a program from the ground up.“He’s one of the main reasons I came to Ohio,” Tettleton said. “He’s really taught us a lot — just being tough, consistent, just competing each and every day. We’ve been so great over the past three, four years, just consistently improving. … He’s really got us headed in the right direction.”After a bowl victory, the next step would be the BCS, an accomplishment within reach for the Bobcats.Every unbeaten bowl-eligible team other than the Fighting Irish and Kansas State still has at least one game left against another undefeated team — Alabama and Florida will face each other in the SEC championship game if they run the table. At most, there will only be five undefeated teams that can qualify for a bowl at season’s end: UND, KSU, an SEC team, a Pac-12 team and Ohio.Winning out won’t guarantee the Bobcats a spot in a BCS game, but a spotless resume in a solid MAC could be enough to convince voters and computers alike.“It’s not an oddity now for a MAC team to have a winning season and to be playing really very, very good football,” Solich said during the MAC coaches’ teleconference on Monday. “When you have a number of teams to be able to do that in one conference, then that becomes easier for one team just to kind of separate themselves from the conference and show that they are a BCS-caliber-type team.”But for all the success the MAC has had, it’s all been quiet. Ohio has arguably been the conference’s most successful team, but it’s ranked for the first time. Opponents won’t notice the conference’s success until they have a marquee team playing in a marquee bowl as Boise State did.“That’s tremendous for our conference, there’s no question about that,” Miami (Ohio) head coach Don Treadwell said during the teleconference. “What they’re receiving right now is very deserving and I think it’s positive for all of us.”But just breaking into the Top 25 won’t be enough; OU needs to stay.That, Solich said, is a whole different challenge. The head coach who once rebuilt a perennial power at NU preaches the same game-by-game approach that made Nebraska successful during his tenure.“The only way we’ve been able to get where we’re at is by not overlooking anybody, taking it one game at a time and playing our best football,” Solich said.Still, the success is a unique experience for Ohio. For once, it could be the Bobcats, not in-state foe Ohio State, playing in a BCS game.As much as the OU players focus on the game in front of them, they still take the time to look around.They’ve already made Ohio history. They may not be completely satisfied yet, but they’ve enjoyed the ride so far.“It’s a blast being 7-0,” Blankenship said. “It’s fun playing with these guys and having the success and being on a ranked team. It’s all fun, so I’m trying to take it all in.”Game of the WeekNo. 8 Oklahoma vs. No. 5 Notre DameNotre Dame has been as impressive as any team in the country this season, and if the Fighting Irish win out they have a very legitimate chance to reach the national championship game. Much of that has to do with a dominant defense anchored by Heisman Trophy candidate linebacker Manti Te’o.Saturday’s game will be a contrast of styles. UND boasts the nation’s No. 2 scoring defense — behind only No. 1 Alabama — while Oklahoma has the No. 5 scoring offense. Notre Dame’s defense should be able to keep the Sooners offense in check, so the key will be if safety Tony Jefferson and OU’s No. 12 scoring defense can frustrate an inconsistent Fighting Irish offense. Commentslast_img read more

first_imgAt the same time, despite his weekend remarks, he has enjoyed his time in Detroit, so he very well could be trying to raise his trade value for the good of the team. Either way, Castellanos is pointing out something and that statement could easily influence some of the conversations about his game. We’ll see if this changes his worth in other teams’ eyes though and results in a deal.One thing is for sure though, if and when Castellanos leaves Detroit, he’s not going to miss Comerica.”I mean, they can move in center and right-center field,” he said. “There’s no reason I hit a ball 434 feet off (Nationals right-hander) Anibal Sanchez and it goes in the first row. That shouldn’t happen. But I’m not in charge of that either.” “This park is a joke,” he told reporters, via the Detroit News. “It’s to the point where how are we going to be compared to the rest of the people in the league in terms of power numbers, OPS, slugging and all that stuff when we got a yard out here that’s 420 feet straight across center field?”Castellanos was a top-10 prospect before he made his MLB debut in 2013, but he has never quite developed the power many evaluators thought he would. He was given a future 70-grade power by MLB Pipeline in 2013 which has been given to only a few players such as Miguel Sano with the Twins and Joey Gallo of the Rangers. Related News MLB trade rumors: Cubs interested in Tigers’ Nicholas Castellanos MLB trade rumors: Cubs, Braves may be looking at Tigers’ Nicholas Castellanoscenter_img Despite those projections, he has never hit more than 26 home runs at any level despite power numbers going up across the board in MLB. The 27-year-old seems to have an idea why, and he says opponents even point out part of the problem.”We’ll get on second base or third base and they’ll come up and be like, ‘Man, how do you guys do this?'” Castellanos said. “We play 81 games here, man. I don’t want to hear about the two you hit that are questionable.”To an extent Castellanos does have a point. He has 104 home runs in his career with 60 of those on the road. In his six-plus seasons with the Tigers at Comerica Park, he has hit a home run every 34.9 at-bats. In road games, he homers in every 26.4 at-bats.That is a difference, but it’s not a huge one. It probably comes out to about two home runs hit in an average per year (3,118 career at-bats at 26.4 ABs per home run = 118 career homers or 14 more in total over seven years).So how does this matter in the bigger picture? Castellanos, 27, is a free agent after the season, and it’s unlikely that he’ll re-sign with the Tigers. So Detroit is trying to trade him, and teams like the Cubs are interested. And if he wants to be traded, which he very well could, he might be trying to get better teams interested in him, leading to either a World Series chance this postseason or simply a chance to get with a team he could feel out and possibly consider re-signing with. Nicholas Castellanos is one of the Tigers’ two best trade chips, and he might be trying to help his value in an odd way.The Detroit outfielder hit a walkoff home run in Sunday’s 4-3 win over the Blue Jays, but he chose to vent his frustrations while speaking about the game.last_img read more

first_imgView this post on Instagram Kyriss’ post comes after Brown and his trainer reportedly got into an altercation with a truck driver on Tuesday. That incident happened a week after Brown live-streamed a disturbing, profanity-laced video in which he accused Kyriss of attempting to steal a Bentley parked in his driveway after she picked up their kids.MORE: What to know about the latest Antonio Brown incident Over the last few years I have stood at the side of my children’s father Antonio Brown and watched the rise and fall of an incredible man and athlete. Our children and I have distanced ourselves from him and our former home. Although we have parted ways I wish nothing but the best for him. Unfortunately, it seems Antonio has made questionable choices and continues to ignore the advice of those who love and support him. At this point the boys and I are working on building a new life free from any impulsive, reckless and unhealthy behaviors. My hope is that Anotonio will get help and seek the mental health treatment that he so desperately needs so that he can be the father all of his children need and deserve. #MediaResponseA post shared by @ chelsie on Jan 22, 2020 at 11:17am PST”Over the last few years I have stood at the side of my children’s father Antonio Brown and watched the rise and fall of an incredible man and athlete,” Kyriss wrote. “Our children and I have distanced ourselves from him and our former home. Although we have parted ways I wish nothing but the best for him.””Unfortunately, it seems Antonio has made questionable choices and continues to ignore the advice of those who love and support him. At this point the boys and I are working on building a new life free from any impulsive, reckless and unhealthy behaviors. My hope is that Anotonio (sic) will get help and seek the mental health treatment that he so desperately needs so that he can be the father all of his children need and deserve.”Brown’s incidents this week are the latest in a series that has seen him fall from grace as one of the NFL’s premier receivers — he was also accused of exploitation, sexual assault and rape by his former trainer in December, causing the Patriots to cut him from the team. Brown remains a free agent and under investigation by the NFL.center_img Antonio Brown’s ex-girlfriend said the embattled wide receiver “desperately needs” mental health treatment.Chelsie Kyriss, who has three sons with Brown, shared an emotional message on her Instagram account Wednesday saying she and her children would distance themselves from Brown, whom Kyriss implored to receive treatment for what she described as mental health issues.last_img read more