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first_imgWhere is the Senior Bowl?The Senior Bowl will be played at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala. The game has been held in Mobile every year since 1951.Senior Bowl rostersNorth Team rosterPlayerSchoolAndy Isabella, WRUMassKeelan Doss, WRUC DavisTerry McLaurin, WROhio StateJakobi Meyers, WRN.C. StatePenny Hart, WRGeorgia StateAlex Wesley, WRNorthern ColoradoEmanuel Hall, WRMissouriDonald Parham, TEStetsonDrew Sample, TEWashingtonTommy Sweeney, TEBoston CollegeDarnell Savage, SMarylandMarvell Tell III, SUSCWill Harris, SBoston CollegeMarquise Blair, SUtahNasir Adderley, SDelawareTony Pollard, RBMemphisDexter Williams, RBNotre DameKaran Higdon, RBMichiganDrew Lock, QBMissouriTrace McSorley, QBPenn StateRyan Finley, QBN.C. StateDaniel Jones, QBDukeMitch Wishnowsky, PTUtahAustin Seibert, PKOklahomaKaleb McGary, OTWashingtonChuma Edoga, OTUSCDalton Risner, OTKansas StateMax Scharping, OTNorthern IllinoisChase Hansen, OLBUtahDrue Tranquill, OLBNotre DameBen Banogu, OLBTCUMichael Deiter, OGWisconsinNate Davis, OGCharlotteBeau Benzschawel, OGWisconsinChris Lindstrom, OGBoston CollegeGarrett Bradbury, CN.C. StateErik McCoy, CTexas A&MDan Godsil, LSIndianaGermaine Pratt, ILBN.C. StateTe’Von Coney, ILBNotre DameCameron Smith, ILBUSCAlec Ingold, FBWisconsinKhalen Saunders, DTWestern IllinoisGreg Gaines, DTWashingtonRenell Wren DTArizona StateJalen Jelks, DEOregonBryon Cowart, DEMarylandL.J. Collier, DETCUCharles Omenihu, DETexasZach Allen, DEBoston CollegeJohn Cominsky, DECharlestonAmani Oruwariye, CBPenn StateJordan Brown, CBSouth Dakota StateKris Boyd, CBTexasCorey Ballentine, CBWasburnSouth Team rosterPlayerSchoolAnthony Johnson, WRBuffaloDavid Sills V, WRWest VirginiaTravis Fulgham, WROld DominionHunter Renfrow, WRClemsonTyre Brady, WRMarshallJaylen Smith, WRLouisvilleDeebo Samuel, WRSouth CarolinaJosh Oliver, TESan Jose StateDax Raymond, TEUtah StateFoster Moreau, TELSUJonathan Abram, SMississippi StateMike Edwards, SKentuckyKhari Willis, SMichigan StateDarius West, SKentuckyJuan Thornhill, SVirginiaJaquan Johnson, SMiami (Fla.)Ryquell Armstead, RBTempleBruce Anderson, RBNorth Dakota StateGardner Minshew II, QBWashington StateJarrett Stidham, QBAuburnWill Grier, QBWest VirginiaTyree Jackson, QBBuffaloJake Bailey, PTStanfordCole Tracy, PKLSUDennis Daley, OTSouth CarolinaAndre Dillard, OTWashington StateTytus Howard, OTAlabama StateTerrill Hanks, OLBNew Mexico StateB.J. Autry, OGJacksonville StateDru Samia, OGOklahomaBen Powers, OGOklahomaJavon Patterson, OGOle MissElgton Jenkins, CMississippi StateRoss Pierschbacher, CAlabamaNick Moore, LSGeorgiaDeshaun Davis, ILBAuburnOtaro Alaka, ILBTexas A&MBobby Okereke, ILBStanfordDavid Long Jr., ILBWest VirginiaTrevon Wesco, FBWest VirginiaDontavius Russell, DTAuburnGerald Willis III, DTMiami (Fla.)Isaiah Buggs, DTAlabamaKingsley Keke, DTTexas A&MAnthony Nelson, DEIowaCarl Granderson, DEWyomingJaylon Ferguson, DELouisiana TechLonathan Ledbetter, DEGeorgiaMontez Sweat, DEMississippi StateOshane Ximines, DEOld DominionSheldrick Redwine, CBMiami (Fla.)Isaiah Johnson, CBHoustonRock Ya-Sin, CBTempleLonnie Johnson Jr., CBKentucky The 2019 Senior Bowl is almost here, and this year’s game features some of college football’s brightest stars.Since the initial game in 1951, the Senior Bowl has served as a game to showcase the talents of graduating seniors to NFL coaches and scouts. Current pros Dak Prescott, Richard Sherman, Baker Mayfield and Aaron Donald all participated in the Senior Bowl, helping propel them to NFL stardom. MORE: SN’s 2019 NFL mock draftThis year, the coaching staffs of the Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers will coach the North and South teams, respectively. Among the seniors participating are West Virginia quarterback Will Grier, Clemson wide receiver Hunter Renfrow and Penn State corner back Amani Oruwariye. Here’s everything you need to know about the Senior Bowl:When is the Senior Bowl?The Senior Bowl will be held on Saturday, Jan. 26 at 2:30 p.m. ET.What channel is the Senior Bowl on?The game will be broadcast on national TV on NFL Network.last_img read more

first_img“I love Ruby,” said Jennie McNary, curator of mammals, who has worked with her for nearly 15 years. “She’s like a big goofy kid. She’ll test you. She’ll see what she can get away with. “We’re all going to miss her a lot.” Ruby has traveled much of her life. As a baby, she was taken from the African wild and shuttled to Circus Vargas. Later, at the the L.A. Zoo, she developed a close bond with Gita, an Asian elephant who died last summer. Ruby was separated from Gita in 2003 and sent to the Knoxville Zoo, where the once-timid pachyderm was kept in solitary for her aggression toward other elephants. Returning 18 months later to the L.A. Zoo, she became a symbol of strident animal welfare activists who say that elephants – social creatures who roam many miles in the wild – have no place living in zoos. Now, after about four decades in the public eye, Ruby will finally be put to pasture. At dawn Tuesday, she will be loaded into a temperature-controlled truck and hauled 350miles to join three African elephants at the PAWS elephant sanctuary in the Sierra Foothills east of Stockton. For her journey, she’ll be joined by her favorite toys – a “boomer ball” stuffed with peanuts and a hay ball – and some road treats, including her daily diet of 125pounds of hay, 75pounds of carrots, a box of apples and some romaine lettuce. And yams and potatoes, too. “The whole thing is to keep her calm, keep it fun,” Briscoe said. “We’ll all be there to comfort her – just talking to her, touching her, petting her.” “We’re ready for her,” said Pat Derby, co-founder of the Performing Animal Welfare Society, which has a 75-acre preserve in San Andreas. “We’re all excited about her coming. “She’ll have her own suite. She gets the Jacuzzi Pool Suite.” Until then, her three L.A. keepers are spending as much time as they can in her private, off-site barn and yard. They give her brushes dipped in water paint – for a dash of L.A. splash. They stroke her trunk. Speak to her softly. And vow to visit her often. “Hey, Ruby,” a paint-spattered Briscoe coaxed as the giant mammal lumbered from her barn and extended him her grizzled trunk. He turned on dinner music, some Prokofiev. He said she especially likes “The Elephant Song” from “The Jungle Book” film soundtrack, and she has been known to sling mud to country favorites Alan Jackson and Frankie Laine. Together, Ruby’s last zookeepers offered her a banana stalk, her favorite. They fed her carrots. Held forth an acacia bough, which she inhaled like a sprig of parsley. And rolled out a cut elm log for dessert. “They’re all our kids,” said Vicky Guarnett, who has been with Ruby 10 years. “These guys are not just animals we take care of, they’re part of our family, (and) we’re part of theirs.” “I’m sure she will miss us,” Briscoe added. “We intend to stay in contact. We’ll be in a long-term relationship, go up there and bring her stuff – new toys or special pumpkins. Maybe we’ll haul her a tree up. “Maybe Vicky will bake her some cookies.” [email protected] (818) 713-3730160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! She’s as flamboyant as Pollock and as wild as deKooning. This weekend, Ruby the elephant took abstract expressionism to even greater heights. She painted her zookeepers. “This is nothing,” said elephant keeper Vicky Guarnett, whose face and uniform were flecked with blue, green and pink splotches after she handed Ruby a paintbrush. “She has done better work on me than this.” Keepers at the Los Angeles Zoo will say goodbye to Ruby on Tuesday, when one of their dearest friends heads off to retirement at a Northern California elephant sanctuary. Jeff Briscoe, the zoo’s principal elephant keeper, had welcomed Ruby to the L.A. Zoo in 1987, when she arrived from Circus Vargas. Nearly 9,000 pounds and 9 feet high at the withers, she was squat, with a physique like a sumo wrestler’s. And she was as spirited as a seal and as friendly as a Shetland pony. She has been known to love the smell of her handlers’ new shoes. During the past 20 years, the 46-year-old African elephant has been a favorite of zookeepers, zoogoers and animal activists across Los Angeles. This spring, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa called her “one of L.A.’s true greats.” last_img read more