Regional Television:Kansas City/Lawrence KMCI 38Kansas Statewide Cox 22/2022Online:https://sland.social/COLvsJHESPN apps Programming on ESPN+ includes hundreds of MLB, NHL and MLS games, thousands of college sports events (including football, basketball and multiple other sports from more than 15 conferences), exclusive Top Rank boxing, UFC (beginning in 2019), Grand Slam tennis, international and domestic rugby, cricket, new and exclusive documentary films and series, acclaimed studio shows and the full library of ESPN’s award-winning 30 for 30 films. Fans can subscribe to ESPN+ for $4.99 a month (or $49.99 per year) and cancel at any time. Talent:Tom Hart, play-by-playJordan Rodgers, analystCole Cubelic, reporter Online:https://pluto.tv/tv/big-sky-conference-livePluto TV appsTalent:Troy Coverdale, play-by-playAaron Rath, analyst Southeastern Louisiana at ULM, Thursday, 7 p.m. CT, ESPN+Online:https://sland.social/SLUvsULMESPN appsTalent:Graham Doty, play-by-playJ.D. Byars, analyst Kentucky Christian at Lamar, Saturday, 6 p.m. CT, ESPN3National Television:ESPN College ExtraDirecTV 793Online:https://sland.social/KCUvsLUESPN apps Talent:Mike Couzens, play-by-playKirk Morrison, analyst Online:https://sland.social/UCAvsTUESPN appsTalent:Trey Bender, play-by-playWatson Brown, analyst Talent:Dave Stewart, play-by-playDanan Hughes, analystKennetra Pulliams, reporter McNeese at Northern Colorado, Saturday, 3 p.m. CT, Pluto TV Talent:David Saltzman, play-by-playDoug Graber, analyst National Television:DirecTV 611AT&T U-verse 1607Verizon FiOS 575Channel finderOnline:https://sland.social/NSUvsTAMUESPN apps Nicholls at Kansas, Saturday, 6 p.m. CT, JTV/ESPN+ Stephen F. Austin at Mississippi State, Saturday, 6:30 p.m. CT, ESPNU ESPN+ is the premium multi-sport, direct-to-consumer video service from The Walt Disney Company’s Direct-to-Consumer and International (DTCI) segment in conjunction with ESPN. It offers fans thousands of additional live events, on-demand content and original programming not available on ESPN’s linear TV or digital networks. ESPN+ is an integrated part of the ESPN App, the leading sports app and the premier all-in-one digital sports platform for fans. The ESPN App is a showcase of the company’s culture of innovation, delivering a rich, personalized experience that curates all of ESPN’s incredible content around each fan’s individual tastes. ESPN+ is also available through ESPN.com. Talent:Brendan Burke, play-by-playDavid Anderson, analystCT Steckel, reporter National Television:DirecTV 611AT&T U-verse 1607Verizon FiOS 575Channel finderOnline:https://sland.social/JACKSvsMSSTESPN apps Southwest Baptist at Houston Baptist, Saturday, 6 p.m. CT, Southland Digital NetworkOnline:http://southland.org/liveSouthland Conference apps Northwestern State at Texas A&M, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. CT, SEC Network Incarnate Word at New Mexico, Saturday, 6 p.m. CT, ESPN3National Television:ESPN College ExtraDirecTV 794Online:https://sland.social/UIWvsUNMESPN apps Abilene Christian at Baylor, Saturday, 7 p.m. CT, FSNRegional Television:FOX Sports Southwest PLUSDirecTV 676-1AT&T U-verse 1754Dish 447/9517Abilene Suddenlink 39Other Regional Affiliates:AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain+FOX Sports Arizona PLUSFOX Sports Detroit PLUSFOX Sports Midwest PLUSFOX Sports North PLUSFOX Sports Ohio+FOX Sports SoutheastFOX Sports SunFOX Sports Wisconsin PLUSMASN2MSG PlusPrime Ticket+Dependent on local marketOnline:http://foxsportsgo.comFOX Sports GO apps FRISCO, Texas – Week 1 of the 2018 Southland Conference football season includes 10 games, starting with a pair on Thursday night. The campaign officially kicks off with the Southeastern Louisiana Lions at ULM on ESPN+, the premium multi-sport, direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service. Fans can subscribe to ESPN+ for $4.99 a month (or $49.99 per year) and cancel at any time. 30-day free trials are currently available. About ESPN+ Central Arkansas at Tulsa, Saturday, 6 p.m. CT, ESPN3 Talent:Dan Gresham, play-by-playLemont Williams, analyst Talent:Tom Franklin, play-by-playKen Moore, analyst
FRISCO, Texas – Sam Houston State’s Hanna Alberto is the Southland Conference March Golfer of the Month, the league announced Wednesday. All Southland Athletes of the Month are presented by MidSouth Bank.Alberto concluded the month with two first-place finishes in three tournament appearances. The junior posted scores of 69 in both of her first two rounds of the month at the UNF Collegiate (March 4-5) where she won the individual tournament title. She then followed up with a second-place performance at the UTRGV invitational (March 11-12) and another individual title at the HBU Husky Invitational (March 18-19).March Golfer of the Month: Hanna Alberto – Jr. – Kingwood, Texas Alberto won two tournaments this month and helped the Bearkats to another team title in her three tournaments last month. At the UNF Collegiate, two of her three rounds were the low round of the day in the tournament. Her two wins bring her season total victories to four and her career victories to seven. Both marks are new school records.Honorable Mention: Elodie Chapelet, Lamar; Alexandra Batista, Stephen F. Austin.Southland monthly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
SANTA ANITA’S 20 CENT SINGLE TICKET RAINBOW PICK SIX JACKPOT CARRYOVER SWELLS TO $675,799 INTO SUNDAY; 11 CONSOLATION TICKETS PAY $9,397.40 EACH TODAYARCADIA, Calif. (March 30, 2019)–Santa Anita’s 20 cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six Jackpot continued to swell on Saturday, as there again was no single ticket winner, resulting in a Jackpot carryover into Sunday of $675,799.With robust handle today of $193,507 contributing to a total Jackpot pool of $825,003, there were 11 consolation tickets with six winners, each worth $9,397.45.With a nine-race card on tap Sunday, the Rainbow Pick Six will start with race four, which has an approximate post time of 2:35 p.m. PT.Sunday’s Rainbow Six will include the Grade III, $100,000 San Simeon Stakes for three year olds and up at 6 ½ furlongs down the hillside turf course. Carded as race four, the San Simeon attracted a field of seven, with trainer Peter Miller’s Conquest Tsunami installed as the 4-5 morning line favorite.Carded as race eight, the $100,000 Irish O’Brien Stakes, for California-bred or sired fillies and mares three and up down the hill at 6 ½ furlongs, drew a field of 11, with trainer Phil D’Amato’s S Y Sky garnering top billing as the 5-2 morning line choice. First post time on Sunday is at 1 p.m., admission gates open at 11 a.m. For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.
CLASSY RIVER BOYNE RALLIES TO TAKE GRADE III, $100,000 THUNDER ROAD STAKES BY 2 ½ WIDENING LENGTHS UNDER CEDILLO; TRAINED BY MULLINS, HE GETS MILE ON TURF IN 1:33.78ARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 8, 2020)–Attentive to the pace today, Irish-bred River Boyne split horses turning for home and overhauled pacesetter Kingly in mid-stretch en route to a dazzling 2 ½ length score in Saturday’s Grade III, $100,000 Thunder Road Stakes at Santa Anita. Ridden by Abel Cedillo and trained by Jeff Mullins, 5-year-old River Boyne got one mile on turf in 1:33.78.“He’s a game horse,” said Mullins, who has now won eight of 20 starts with River Boyne, including three graded stakes. “Since he turned four, things have been a bit tougher for him, he’s had some troubled trips. He needed this…He got it done. We got a little class relief today and I’ve been lucky with this jock. He’s ridden three horses for me and we’ve won all three.“He’s not the kind of horse to run off. He needed to be in contention and not give him a lot to do. Today, Abel had him sitting in a good spot and it looked like he had a lot of energy, so when he split horses, he got it done.”Most recently third in an ungraded one mile turf stakes at Turf Paradise Jan. 11, River Boyne, who was winless in his last eight starts, was off at 9-2 in a field of nine older horses and paid $11.60, $6.60 and $3.60.“We were able to split horses there turning for home and we got lucky,” said Cedillo. “The horse to my outside (eventual last place finisher Take the One O One) was tired and he drifted (out) a little and we got through. Jeff told me to warm him up good and put him close to the lead and he was pulling the whole way.”Owned by Red Baron’s Barn, LLC and Rancho Temescal, LLC, River Boyne picked up $60,000 for the win, increasing his earnings to $971,918. In notching his fifth stakes win, he’s now 23-8-5-4 overall.The longest shot in the field, Camino Del Paraiso flew late at the rail to finish second by a nose over True Valour. Ridden by Tiago Pereira, Camino Del Paraiso, off at 50-1, paid $33.80 and $13.40.Irish-bred True Valour, who was part of a five-horse blanket finish for the minors, was third by a nose in front of Kingly and paid $4.60 to show with Andrea Atzeni up.Fractions on the race were 23.06, 46.73, 1:10.30 and 1:22.12.
JOSE MOURINHO watched Paulo Gazzaniga’s “magic hands” help Spurs grab a vital victory then claimed: Dad’ll do for me!Mourinho’s late father Felix played in goal for Belenenses at Molineux in 1973 — and Gazzaniga’s save to deny Romain3 Jose Mourinho is ecstatic after Spurs snatched victory at a Wolves side he insists can challenge for a Champions League place3 Jose Mourinhos late dad Felix was the Belenenses keeper at Molineux in 1973Credit: Clube de Futebol Os BelenensesThat stop paved the way for Spurs to nick it at the end through Jan Vertonghen’s header on Mourinho’s first ever visit to Wolves’ ground.The Special One said: “Paulo had magic hands. He was important in that situation.“My father played in this stadium against Wolves in the Uefa Cup as a goalkeeper.“He was always telling me a goalkeeper of a top team has to be different to the others because you don’t have ten saves, you have one.“By the time the one comes, the magic hands have to be there and Paulo did it for us.”’WOLVES HAVE TOP-FOUR POTENTIAL’Tottenham looked on the ropes after Adama Traore’s thunderbolt chalked off Lucas Moura’s terrific opener.But they held firm against an exciting Wolves side who Mourinho feels are genuine top-six contenders under Nuno Espirito Santo.The former Chelsea and Manchester United chief added: “Wolves are with us and Chelsea, United and Arsenal fighting for top six and smelling the top four.“They can beat anyone home and away. They have an incredible mentality.“They can tell you what they want but they want top four. They have the potential for that.ACCA WITH LADBROKES Pick up a whole load of acca features to help you land the big one“They wanted to win the game, they were not happy with the draw.“It was very important for Paulo and for us that he made that save — then we put ourselves in a position where we could win.“It was one of those victories where quality is not enough. If you are not a real team in the sense of what the word ‘team’ means, it’s impossible.”Mourinho was particularly impressed with Wolves widemen Jonny and Traore, whose electric pace saw three Spurs players booked for scything him down for the second game running.most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticThe Spurs boss added: “Jonny and Traore are unstoppable. They are trains.“When I saw Eric Dier hit the post, I immediately had the feeling that if we don’t score now, we are going to suffer.“But we had an incredible attitude and put ourselves in a position where we arrived at the end of the game with conditions to do what we did.”3Tottenham coach Jose Mourinho says everyone has the same chances in the first knockout round of the Champions League
The Lions have lost their last eight games home and away to the New Zealand side, including a 20-3 defeat in last year’s Super Rugby final in Wellington, and a humbling 50-17 home loss in the 2016 regular season.That heavy defeat was the last time the South Africans were beaten at their Ellis Park fortress, amassing a winning run of 14 games since, that almost came to an end against the Sharks in the quarter-finals last weekend.Coach Johan Ackermann, who heads to English Premiership side Gloucester at the end of the Super Rugby campaign, has selected an unchanged side from that narrow 23-21 win but is without the dynamism and leadership of injured captain Warren Whiteley, who might have been invaluable in such a crucial clash.”The Hurricanes are a team that play in your face,” Ackermann said.”They like to put teams under pressure and they did that to us last year, so hopefully we’ll handle that pressure better this time.”Maybe we won’t run as much as we did a year ago, but rather kick better tactically. We must also remember it’s a year later and the teams have changed since we last met here.”The Hurricanes have been able to select hooker and captain Dane Coles from the start for what will be his 100th Super Rugby cap in one of two changes from the side that defeated the ACT Brumbies 35-16 in their quarter-final in Canberra.Coles returned off the bench in that win having been missing since March after suffering a concussion against the Otago Highlanders.”It will be a massive honour to join those players in reaching a milestone that I never thought I would achieve,” Coles said in a press release from the Hurricanes.This year’s Super Rugby joint top try-scorer Vince Aso also returns from a groin injury at centre, which has had a domino effect through the backline.Aso takes the place of Jordie Barrett, who moves to fullback in place of Nehe Milner-Skudder. The latter has shifted to the right wing, which has sent South African-born Wes Goosen out onto the left wing in the place of Julian Savea, who drops to the bench.Victory for the Lions will see them host the Super Rugby final against the Canterbury Crusaders or the Waikato Chiefs, who meet in the other semi-final in Christchurch on Saturday.
Alotau ‘s centre Sohanna Giton was instrumental in the win, directing the flow of traffic down to her shooters to score.Goal attack Veila Tom scored the bulk of the goals for her team in the first half as Alotau took a 22-5 lead going into the break.The second half saw some fight from Motu Koita which saw them reach double figures. But Alotau continued to dominate possession and keep the scoreboard ticking.Alotau coach Sammar Marc said he was very proud of the team which had caused upsets over Kairuku Hiri (1) and (2), Motu Koita West (1), Motu Koita South and Central Province.”We’re a small centre but our girls are showing other centres that we can play netball too,” said Marc.
When last November 10 Cristiano left the field, very angry, in the minute 55 of Juventus-Milan, barely wearing five goals in 12 days of Serie A and many began to wonder if the twilight of the Portuguese had arrived. It was a big mistake: the November selection stop woke up the beast, which has since become unstoppable. Christian marked tres goals before Lithuania, one before Luxembourg, then he returned to Turin and he hasn’t stopped scoring so many: he has ten in the last eight clashes from bianconero (nine in Serie A, one in the Champions League), and adds six consecutive days of calcium ‘wetting’. A goal before Sassuolo, Lazio, Sampdoria Y Rome, two against Udinese and the hat-trick with the Cagliari, the second of Juventino after the historic night with Atleti.In this grade, Cristiano takes 16 goals in 23 appearances and on Sunday he added another record to his immense medal winners: as Opta pointed out, John hansen, until now, he had been the only one to achieve 14 goals in the first 19 days from A series with the shirt of the Juventus in more than one season (he did it in the 1950-51, 1951-52 and 1952-53). Cristiano achieved these numbers in his first two years of bianconero: his exceptional moment He has returned the untouchable condition for Maurizio Sarri, which has aligned him at the start in every game since December 1, never replacing him. The technician it’s hard to use the trident, so next to it alternatesn Higuain and Dybala, that Sunday was annoying when the Pipita took its place. The triumph against Rome handed him over to the vecchia signora the winter title (two points of advantage over Inter), closing one almost perfect first lap, with 48 points: “We are back to the site that belongs to us, at the top of the rankings, “wrote the Portuguese in their social networks after the game Of course, the other team of the Italian capital, Lazio, was responsible for staining this month with the first league defeat of the course (3-1, December 7) and, above all, with the k.o. in the final of the Super Cup, that the biancocelesti they raised in riad with another 3-1.TO Cristiano and Juve, however, there are still many challenges: morning, before him Udinese, will start their adventure in the Italian Cup, the fight for Scudetto with the nerazzurri from Conte follows red hot and, above all, in Turin they want to break the badge of the Champions League. The Lyon, rival of the eighths, invites to be optimistic for the classification: with such a Christian, dream about Istanbul It is mandatory.
Finally, the Albanian striker of the subsidiary who trained with the team in the previous one, Rey Manaj, has not been taken either.Thus, the list of 18 called for the match against Leganés (19 hours) corresponding to the round of 16 of the Cup is as follows: Ter Stegen, Semedo, Pique, Rakitic, Sergio Busquets, Arthur, Messi, Lenglet, Griezmann, Sunrise, Sergi Roberto, From Jong, Vidal, Umtiti, Junior, Pain, Fati Y Collado. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 30, 2020 If in the match against Ibiza he left Messi, Piqué and Sergio Busquets in Barcelona, on this occasion against Leganés, Quique Setién is not willing to give the rival any advantage. Perhaps the experience lived in the islands was so agonizing – a victory practically at the last minute and after having to overcome the goal of disadvantage – that he has now decided to put all the meat on the grill. In fact, the Cantabrian coach has not reserved any heavyweight for the game this afternoon at the Camp Nou, summoning a total of 18 players, of which only three are from the subsidiary: Iñaki Peña, Ansu Fati and Collado.The rest, that is, a total of 15 players are from the first team. Only Moussa Wagué has been left out by technical decision, which has been systematically ruled out since the arrival of Setién. Nor is Ousmane Dembélé, who although he is already training with the group, he wants to be very cautious with the player to avoid relapses. Another casualty is the Brazilian goalkeeper Neto, who is recovering from a sprained ankle, and the one already known by all to be long-distance, that of striker Luis Suárez.
FC Barcelona won this Saturday 2-1 against Getafe CF, thanks to the goals of Antoine Griezmann and Sergi Roberto, in a match corresponding to day 24 of LaLiga Santander and which resolved the Catalans before the break, while his rival accused lack of spark after cutting distances with a target of Angel Rodriguez.This result put Barça with 52 points, tied in the coliderato with Real Madrid. For its part, the Azulón team saw its good league streak truncated and took 42 points in the third provisional place, in the absence of Sevilla playing against Espanyol during the Sunday round of meetings.The duel of benches between Quique Setién and José Bordalás, with past quarrels and apparently forgotten, was finally taken by the Blaugrana coach. But Setién barely enjoyed Leo Messi’s loose flashes, as vanishing points in an insipid match and not without controversy served from the VAR.The first 20 minutes made it clear that Getafe knows how to deal with adversaries of all kinds. The back lines close together, constant help in each marking and fast players in each band; That usual recipe put Marc-André ter Stegen in trouble, at least a couple of times.He even scored the visiting team first, by Allan Nyom. At the exit of a corner, his teammate Jorge Molina finished back in the first post and Ter Stegen deflected the ball, although leaving it to pleasure in the small area. The ’12’ of Getafe appeared to rivet the bottom of the net, although he had previously dodged Samuel Umtiti.Despite the fact that the main referee, Guillermo Cuadra Fernández, decreed the goal as valid in the first instance, he ended up canceling it by interpreting in the television repetition that Nyom had committed a foul in said struggle, due to a swipe with Umtiti’s shoulder.The locals quickly shook off the scare, inaugurating the score. Umtiti raised the play on the left side and passed the ball to Messi, who from the front of the area leaked at the first touch an assist to Griezmann. The French striker, with a subtle and also first-handed left-footed shot, ‘stung’ the ball before the rival goalkeeper’s exit. The withdrawal of Jordi Alba, replaced by Junior Firpo because of an injury to the adductor of the right leg, was not being noticed until then. Not surprisingly, Barça extended its advantage in the 39th minute, when Sergi Roberto finished a low pass in goal and from his own Junior Firpo band, active by the usual lane of Jordi Alba.There, the battle reached a point of anesthesia. Only the usual, Messi, stretched the fans of Camp Nou right on the edge of rest. A header from him, after a center pumped to the second post, was repelled by goalkeeper David Soria with a pretty stretched foot changed.Angel always meets Upon returning from changing rooms, the general dynamic was being the same until Ángel Rodríguez entered the field. Virtually everything was summed up in the Junior Firpo race without a prize on the left side, the leaked passes to nowhere by Messi and the frustrated unchecking of Griezmann.Bordalás’ plan was to send his pupils to attack, neglecting the defensive zone. But he didn’t care, since Getafe is rubbing shoulders this season with the ‘roosters’ and a goal would cheer the trick. Said and done, Angel scored 2-1 by flying in an unorthodox way a center of Jaime Mata from the right wing.Between the two central culé, and taking advantage of the fact that Gerard Piqué had miscalculated the jump for clearance, the ‘9’ blue put fear in the body at Camp Nou. A striker intended by Barça, at the expense of being allowed to sign a substitute for Ousmane Dembélé, thereby caused a stroke.To make matters worse, Angel himself had the tie in his boots, topping down a side and quite distant foul. Ter Stegen failed to try to catch the ball, but reacted immediately to prevent it from crossing the goal line; also, he touched the ball a third time, preventing Mata from pushing what would have been 2-2.The answer came with two Griezmann shots, but both deflected and leaving uncertainty until the final whistle. The first of them, after the nth low pass of Junior Firpo, sent him to the clouds; and the second was the definition of a backlash, executing a right too crossed in front of David Soria. The Blaugranas asked for an hour before an opponent without further hitting the conclusion.DATA SHEETFC BARCELONA: Ter Stegen; Sergi Roberto, Piqué, Umtiti, Jordi Alba (Junior Firpo, min. 22); Busquets, Arthur (Rakitic, min. 75), De Jong; Messi, Griezmann and Ansu Fati (Vidal, min. 85).GETAFE CF: Soria; Nyom, Etxeita, Djené, Olivera (Kenedy, min. 52); Etebo (Amath, min. 68), Arambarri, Maksimovic, Cucurella; Mata and Molina (Angel, min. 52).– GOALS:1-0, min. 33: Griezmann.2-0, min. 39: Sergi Roberto.2-1, min. 66: Angel.–ÁRBITRO: Cuadra Fernández (C.Balear). He yellowed Umtiti (min. 49), Junior Firpo (min. 82) and Ansu Fati (min. 85) by FC Barcelona; and Bordalás (min. 18), Mata (min. 73) and Kenedy (min. 89) in Getafe CF.–ESTADIO: Camp Nou, 80,409 spectators. Photo: EFE Getafe, true to his style, set a great game at the Camp NouGriezmann and Sergi Roberto, authors of the goals; Angel, by visitorJordi Alba got injured and has a hard time getting to the March 1 Classic