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    American Peter Uihlein accidentally struck a fan with a wayward tee shot in the third round of the first event of the controversial LIV Invitational Series. Uihlein's drive hit the unsuspecting punter on the side of the fairway on the course at Centurion Club in St Albans. Video footage from the incident showed the fan on the floor and an apolgetic Uihlein, the world number 327. Peter Uihlein accidentally struck a fan with a wayward tee shot at the LIV Golf Series The fan was knocked to the floor after being hit by Uihlein's ball on the side of the course RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next RIATH AL-SAMARRAI: The silence is deafening from... Saudi golf rebels WILL be allowed to compete in the... Saudi-led golf tour is not first time sport stars have... Another day of domination from Charl Schwartzel sees the... Share this article Share 59 shares Uihlein, playing in the final group, later met the supporter and embraced him before giving him a souvenir - his signed golf glove....
    BOSTON (CBS) — The exact reasons for such a thing to reach the public are not quite known, but a report from ESPN detailed how the Bills expect the Patriots to defend their offense on Saturday night. Reporter Dianna Russini tweeted out on Saturday morning that the Bills are expecting a man-heavy approach defensively from the Patriots, with a double team expected for all-world receiver Stefon Diggs. “The Bills are expecting the Patriots to go heavier with man coverage tonight,” Russini tweeted. “They expect the double team on [Stefon] Diggs — with Patriots JC Jackson on the other corner, they believe there is a potential for Dawson Knox and Cole Beasley to see more targets.” The Patriots, of course, play a lot of man coverage. (Injured cornerback Jonathan Jones provided a nice peek behind the curtains on that matter on Saturday.) But with Jalen Mills on the COVID-19 list, and with Kyle Dugger questionable for the game with a hand injury, one might reasonably expect some more zone defense from New England to help protect against Josh Allen and Co....
    Amid low approval ratings and continued press attention on her role, Vice President Kamala Harris has turned to another powerful woman who clashed with critics, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, for guidance.  And she has concluded she would get better treatment in the media if she were white and male like all of her predecessors, telling her allies as much. Harris has contended with departing aides and gripes about her leadership style, amid complaints from within her circle about that difficult tasks she has been assigned, including dealing with 'root causes' of the border crisis. For guidance she has sought out for Clinton, who lost the 2016 election to Donald Trump, and famously once complained about a 'right wing conspiracy' against her.  Vice President Kamala Harris has told allies she would get better treatment in the media if she were white and male like all of her predecessors The former senator from New York who served as secretary of state under Barack Obama said Harris isn't being treated equally.  'There is a double standard; it's sadly alive and well,'...
    The Jets are 3-9. The Saints (5-7) have lost five in a row. One of these teams has to win on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. The focus for Gang Green will center around the steadiness within Zach Wilson’s growth. And can the defense finally fight back? The No. 2 overall pick took a significant step forward last week in his second start after missing a month with a knee sprain. Wilson completed 60% of his passes for 226 yards with three total touchdowns in a 33-18 loss to the Eagles. That performance earned him Rookie of the Week honors. Wilson labeled last week as the “most comfortable I’ve ever been from an offensive standpoint of just understanding my job,” which led to decisiveness and pre-snap efficiency, which propelled the solid outing from the rookie. That’s why his average time to throw was 2.89 seconds, the second fastest all year for him, according to Next Gen Stats. This week he faces one of the biggest challenges of his rookie season. The Saints pass defense is a...
    RIO FERDINAND missed BT Sport's Champions League coverage recently, after having to rush to his local NHS hospital. The Manchester United legend made the dash to his nearest clinic after pain from an old back injury became unbearable. 1Rio Ferdinand is a regular on BT SportCredit: BT Sport Ferdinand, 42, was forced to spend five days in hospital as doctors sought to ease his pain. Further tests are required to fully diagnose his current issue. During his stay, The Athletic reveal that starstruck fellow patients asked the former England stalwart for selfies. Ferdinand joined BT Sport's coverage of Man United's 3-2 win over Atalanta from home, before rejoining their studio coverage for the latest round of games. He is still dogged by pain as he walks, however, as he waits for a more long-term solution. Ferdinand revealed the trouble that back issues caused him during the tail end of his career. CASH FLOW 'Fourth $15,000 stimulus check' is praised as rumors deal was passed spreadLASER QUEST US developing most powerful laser yet to blast missiles after China’s nuke testHOTEL HORROR...
    MANCHESTER UNITED legend Rio Ferdinand joined in with the BT Sport coverage from home tonight because he is suffering with a BAD BACK. But many football fans were more concerned that he might have left his coat hanger in his shirt! 2Some football fans wondered if Rio Ferdinand had left his coat hanger in his shirtCredit: BT Sport The 42-year-old was part of the presenting team for United's Champions League clash at home to Atalanta. Many believe it is must-win for boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, as pressure ramps up on the Norwegian. But Ferdinand was in the comfort of his own home as he nurses some pain in his back. However, eagle-eyed Twitter users think they spotted what could be adding to the former England man's problem. Dave Button tweeted: "Some1 tell @rioferdy5 that he’s left coat hanger in his top." Another advised Ferdinand that he "needs to stop using a hanger for that garment". Most read in SportLive BlogUNITED LATEST Rashford camp 'upset' by Solskjaer 'stick to football' comments - latestWANDA NO MORE Inside Wanda & Mauro Icardi's romance,...
    MINNEAPOLIS -- Closing arguments began Monday at the murder trial of former police Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd, with the city of Minneapolis on edge against a repeat of the violence that erupted last spring over the video of the Black man with Chauvin's knee on his neck.Floyd was "just a man, lying on the pavement, being pressed upon, desperately crying out. A grown man crying out for his mother. A human being," prosecutor Steve Schleicher said as he sought to convince the racially diverse jury that Chauvin squeezed the life out of Floyd man by pinning him to the pavement for 9 minutes, 29 seconds, outside a corner market last May.SEE ALSO | Minneapolis, other US cities increase security ahead of Derek Chauvin trial verdictEMBED More News Videos Prosecutors will argue that the officer recklessly squeezed the life from Floyd by kneeling on his neck for more than 9 minutes. While the defense will say Floyd put himself at risk by swallowing drugs and resisting arrest. Prosecutors say those actions, despite Floyd's repeated cries that...
    Why Caleb Farley could be attractive to the New York Giants at eleven overall By: Anthony Rivardo February 1, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Giants are in need of help on offense. Many fans and analysts project that the Giants will take a wide receiver with the eleventh overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft to solve their offensive problems. But there are certain scenarios where the Giants could go defense at eleven overall. If the Giants do go defense at eleven overall, there are a few prospects that could entice them. But one intriguing player could be a surprising, but exciting selection with the eleventh pick. Caleb Farley, an uber-athletic cornerback out of Virginia Tech, is an electric prospect that has risen up draft boards in recent weeks. Caleb Farley is an elite athlete and impressive prospect Caleb Farley is such a unique cornerback prospect. He stands tall at six feet two inches and has a well-built frame of 197 pounds. Farley started his football career as a quarterback in high...
    Fox Sports suffered an embarrassing blunder when its W-League soccer coverage crossed to an unknown man working remotely from his bedroom. Friday night's game between Adelaide United and Melbourne Victory suddenly cut out and broadcast a crew member sitting at his computer with headphones on.  The worker, who could be heard clicking his mouse while staring at his screen, appeared to be unaware that his laptop camera was filming him.   The footage was played for 30 seconds before the network cut to an ad break and showed highlights of the men's AFC Champions League. The worker, who could be heard clicking his mouse while staring at his screen, appeared to be unaware that his laptop camera was filming him Friday night's game between Adelaide United and Melbourne Victory suddenly cut out It's believed the man worked for an external video streaming company and was helping with the live broadcast, The Sydney Morning Herald reports. Soccer fans quickly took to social media to share their amusement at the unexpected gaffe, with many noticing the large brass tuba sitting on...
    DOVER, Del. (CBS) — The University of Delaware drum line will be front and center for Wednesday’s inauguration. Band members from President-elect Joe Biden’s alma mater will help escort him to the White House after he is sworn in. The traditional parade down Pennsylvania Avenue was canceled because of the pandemic. Stay with Eyewitness News for continuing coverage of the presidential inauguration. Live coverage will be provided all day Wednesday on CBSPhilly.com and CBSN Philly. MORE ON CBSPHILLY.COM COVID In Pennsylvania: Frustration, Confusion Mounting As Some People Receiving Vaccine Before Their Turn 20-Year-Old Man Charged With Murder Of Milan Loncar, Temple Grad Killed Walking Dog In Brewerytown Officials: Pennsylvania Man Arrested After Posting Pictures, Videos Of Himself At U.S. Capitol Riot
    Shawn Mendes takes over Tonight Show with Wonder-ous medley performance Trump to strip protections from Tongass National Forest, one of the biggest intact temperate rainforests Anatomy of a Play: How Washington uses man/zone confusion to mess with quarterbacks It’s one of the most elementary and crucial parts of any quarterback’s pre-snap defensive diagnosis: When sending a receiver in motion, and you see a defender follow that receiver across the formation, you’re going to see man coverage. If the receiver goes in motion and everybody stays put, get ready for zone coverage. And quite surprisingly, in an NFL era famous for sub-packages and all kinds of defensive confusion (here’s how Todd Bowles is dealing it for the Buccaneers this season), most defensive coordinators don’t make a switch in that plan a staple concept to confuse the quarterback. © Provided by Touchdown Wire It’s something I’ve wondered for a while. Why don’t teams show man against motion and then play zone, and vice versa? It would seem to be a profound schematic advantage against quarterbacks expecting to see the same old...
    Breonna Taylor demonstrators confront armed counter-protesters in Louisville UK supermarkets Tesco and Morrisons are rationing toilet paper and hand sanitizer as fears of panic buying return. One worker said their store was worse than a bad Christmas. What happened to the Jaguars passing game on Thursday night? Heres what Gardner Minshew said Through the first two weeks of the 2020 season, there were few quarterbacks more efficient and effective than Gardner Minshew of the Jaguars — especially among second-year quarterbacks. Minshew was one of four 2019 draftees to start both games for his 2020 team, and he had a far better completion percentage (75.4%), yards per attempt (7.9), and passer rating (115.7) than Kyler Murray, Daniel Jones, and Dwayne Haskins. In fact, Minshew’s six touchdown passes in the first two weeks of the season matched the combined totals of those other three quarterbacks. © Provided by Touchdown Wire On Thursday night, Minshew was facing a Dolphins defense that had played a ton of man coverage in its first two weeks, and had suffered greatly for it. Last Sunday in...
    The Giants were rubbed the wrong way. After three straight years ranked near the bottom of the NFL, the new-look Giants defense capitalized on that curve to exceed expectations in a 26-16 season-opening loss to the Steelers. But the alarm bells started sounding when the secondary was beaten over and over by the same bread-and-butter play. Rub routes are when receivers run in close proximity to each other, with one target essentially rubbing up against another to create confusion, collisions and ultimately separation within the secondary. It’s the football equivalent of a screen-and-roll in basketball — and the Giants’ response to stay in man-to-man coverage led to cornerbacks trailing the play. “I didn’t do a good enough job of preparing for that,” defensive coordinator Patrick Graham said. “We are going to get presented with the same problems and issues this week with Chicago. They have a bunch of good receivers. They do a great job down in the red [zone]. They have so many targets down there. [That’s] how they disguise their looks in terms of the proximity of receivers...
    At least this safety seems excited about playing for the Jets. Bradley McDougald, the safety acquired along with two first-round picks from the Seahawks for Jamal Adams, appears ready for his new home. “J-E-T-S! #BM30 coming soon!” he tweeted Saturday afternoon. The 29-year-old defensive back likely will start in the Jets’ defensive backfield alongside free safety Marcus Maye. McDougald went undrafted out of Kansas and played with three teams in his first five years in the league. He found a home with the Seahawks, spending the last three seasons there and signing a three-year, $13.95 deal in March of 2018. Last season in 15 games, McDougald had 70 tackles, half of a sack, two interceptions and six passes defensed. According to Pro Football Focus, he has an 85.4 man-coverage grade, which ranks fourth among the 104 safeties who have played at least 100 snaps of man coverage over that span, since 2018. Also, his 62.7 passer rating allowed in man coverage is fifth among defensive backs who were targeted at least 20 times.
    SAN ANTONIO – Editor’s note: This content was created exclusively for KSAT Explains, a new, weekly streaming show that dives deep into the biggest issues facing San Antonio and South Texas. Watch past episodes here and download the KSAT-TV app to stay up on the latest. Lawrence Richardson spent more than a year without health insurance. The San Antonio resident had Medicaid, but was told by his doctor in late 2018 that he was no longer covered and was never given a clear reason why. Trying to get his insurance back became a struggle. Richardson has worked at Home Depot for the past couple of years, but because he’s part-time, his coverage options are limited. And because he has cerebral palsy, he needs full coverage. “It’s been like a lot of hell,” Richardson said. “You have to have a certain kind of insurance because all insurance doesn’t cover your wheelchair equipment. So you’ve got to find insurance, you’ve got to find a company for that. It’s just a lot.” KSAT Explains: Stories of San Antonians dealing with realities...
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