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Published on July 10, 2020 at 4:59 pm Contact Andrew: [email protected] | @CraneAndrew Comments The Daily Orange is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Syracuse University. Consider donating today to support our mission.The Atlantic Coast Conference expects to make a decision on fall sports by the end of July, commissioner John Swofford said in a release. Swofford’s statement comes one day after the Big Ten announced a conference-only scheduling format this fall and Stadium’s Brett McMurphy reported soon after that the ACC would follow suit.But ESPN and The Athletic recently reported that a decision hadn’t been made yet, and Swofford reiterated Friday that the ACC is continuing “to work on the best possible path forward.”“Over the last few months, our conference has prepared numerous scenarios related to the fall athletics season,” Swofford said in the release. “The league membership and advisory will make every effort to be as prepared as possible during these unprecedented times.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn addition to the Big Ten’s announcement, the ACC also delayed all competitions for Olympic sports this fall until Sept. 1 and the Ivy League’s canceled fall sports altogether — a move that Syracuse Director of Athletics John Wildhack said was “anticipated.” The Orange have already lost their Sept. 12 nonconference football game at Rutgers, and it’s unclear how many SU teams will be affected by the other conferences’ decisions. Football’s schedule is the only one that SU Athletics has released.Wildhack said during a Zoom conference Thursday that conference-only scheduling is a possibility for the ACC, but multiple options are still being explored.“Obviously the goal would be to play a full schedule, we’ll see if events dictate that we’re allowed to do that or not,” Wildhack said. Facebook Twitter Google+
There have been plenty of comparisons to Kermit the Frog, but Mahomes doesn’t sound exactly like the fuzzy amphibian. He is a blend of Kermit, Bert from “Sesame Street” and LSU coach Ed Orgeron with a Seth Rogen laugh and subtle Texas twang. MORE: Five things to know about Patrick Mahomes’ MLB-pitcher dadMahomes’ vocal quality makes him an easy target, and it’s apparently a good way to humble the two-time Pro Bowler. In a 2018 interview with ESPN’s Lisa Salters, Mahomes said if his head is getting too big, his teammates bring out his voice — and so does Chiefs coach Andy Reid.”Coach Reid [imitates me the best], but he would never do it in front of everybody,” Mahomes said. “But he has like the perfect imitation of the voice.”When asked last season to perform his spot-on impression of Mahomes, Reid declined, of course, but described the voice as “unique” and “froggish.”The little jabs are nothing new for Mahomes. He once told reporters he’s been hearing his own voice from others since seventh grade.”It’s something that I’ve kind of embraced,” Mahomes said. “The guys, [Travis] Kelce, Tyreek [Hill] and those guys throw some shots at me, but don’t worry. I throw shots back.”This is epic. The Chiefs give Patrick Mahomes a hard time for his voice…and Andy Reid calls it “froggish” ☠😂 #ChiefsKingdom pic.twitter.com/jKjZhKJz8E— Chris Lilly KAKE News (@Chris_LillyTV) October 4, 2018And that’s the important part. Despite his meteoric rise, Mahomes maintains a certain level of normalcy within the locker room by being one of the guys. He’s not above ridicule unlike some sports stars who force those around them to walk on eggshells.MORE: Patrick Mahomes college timeline”He hasn’t changed at all,” Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt told USA Today’s Nate Davis. “The wild thing is he’s still the same kid trying to get on the field, trying to make an impression with coach Andy Reid. He maintains that level head. Still approachable, still gives everybody the time of day, still answers every question. “He doesn’t get frustrated, just relishes his opportunities in the limelight and respects everybody that he comes in contact with.”It’s a good attitude for Mahomes to have because the imitations aren’t going to stop. Ahead of the Chiefs’ Super Bowl 54 battle with the 49ers, Hill said his favorite Mahomes moments are “when he comes in the huddle and he sounds like a frog” before unloading his own interpretation.Tyreek Hill says he always laughs when Patrick Mahomes comes to the huddle because he sounds like Kermit the Frog.pic.twitter.com/tS00l4SKVW— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) January 28, 2020Whatever Mahomes says next, you can be sure his teammates will be ready to pounce — even if it might mean mocking a Super Bowl-winning quarterback. Patrick Mahomes exploded onto the NFL scene in 2018, throwing for more than 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns. He led the Chiefs to the 2019 AFC championship game and was crowned league MVP, dazzling fans with a cannon arm and unmatched improvisational skill.And yet, in the midst of Mahomes’ incredible run as a 23-year-old, one odd storyline about him lingered. The dude has a funny voice.
COLTS NECK – The Ocean Place Resort in Long Branch will be the site of the Feb. 9 Ashley Lauren Foundation’s second annual Butterfly Ball.Guests will gather to honor business owners, Tommy and Yvette Bonfiglio and an evening of fine food, drink and entertainment while raising funds and increasing awareness of The Ashley Lauren Foundation’s mission to provide hope and help for Children with Cancer in New Jersey.The event is being chaired by Victoria Ali. The honorary chair is one of The Ashley Lauren Foundation children, Emily Braisted.In addition to dinner and dancing, guests will be able to bid on many unique auction items graciously donated by supporters of The Ashley Lauren Foundation. Funds raised by the Butterfly Ball will support the programs of the foundation including: direct family assistance to help with household bills; bills and medications not paid through medical insurance; traveling expenses to and from hospitals; funeral expenses; material assistance for food, clothing, household items; emotional support; parties for the children; advocacy; outings; birthday and holiday gifts for the children; the “Making Dreams Come True” Program; and anything else that is needed to make their lives easier and to let each child know that they are important.The Ashley Lauren Foundation does not fund research but is instead “in the trenches” with these families as they cope with the daily battle of pediatric cancer.The Bonfiglios, who are being honored, are the owners of Tommy’s Coal Fired Pizza in Red Bank, Ocean Township and Brick. They live in Monmouth Beach with their two daughters, Andrea and Christina.“My whole life, I have always strived for more – more for my career, my family, more out of my life,” said Tommy Bonfiglio. “When my wife introduced me to The Ashley Lauren Foundation and its founder/executive director, Monica Vermeulen, I realized that all of my hard work could be put to more good than I thought possible. With the help of my wonderful staff and family, we have built a relationship with this foundation that can never be broken. I have never seen my wife happier and that is because she is doing something she loves to do – helping others. Like many people, I always wanted to do my part and put my hard work to good use, but unlike many people, my wife and I actually did it. Thanks to Monica and The Ashley Lauren Foundation, I was introduced to the gift of giving and how good it feels to help someone who truly needs and deserves it.”Yvette Bonfiglio said, “We all know that cancer has touched the lives of many people and affected many families throughout the world. I am so grateful that through my restaurants, I can really help some of these families make their battle a little bit easier. I love children and when an illness like cancer affects a child, it hits me right in my soft spot. All I want to do is make these kids laugh, play, smile and enjoy their youth.“No child deserves to have such precious, carefree years taken away from them. If I can give some of those precious, carefree moments back to them, well, then I have succeeded,” Yvette Bonfiglio said. “I have Monica and the Ashley Lauren Foundation to thank for this wonderful gift they have given me. Without them, I would not be using my time wisely. I now feel that every minute spent with these children or doing something for these children is time well spent. I wouldn’t have it any other way.”Tickets for the Butterfly Ball, sponsorship opportunities and additional information are available by visiting www.ashleylaurenfoundation.org or calling 732-414-1625.
“We just received news that (Director of Men’s Basketball at Gonzaga University) Jerry Krause will not be able to attend the upcoming camp at Selkirk College,” Kingdon said.Krause, who instructed last season during a camp at L.V. Rogers in Nelson and has been a professional basketball scout and general manager for such franchises as the Baltimore Bullets and the Chicago Bulls, was the head instructor for the two-day camp set for later this month at the Castlegar campus gymnasium.Kingdom hopes to have Krause reschedule for prior to the high school and elementary basketball seasons.For more information on Kootenay Basketball contact Vivian Kingdon at [email protected] Kootenay Basketball skipper Viv Kingdon has some bad news for youth hoopsters.