STILLWATER, OK – NOVEMBER 7 : A general view of the stadium during the game against the TCU Horned Frogs November 7, 2015 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The Cowboys defeated the Horned Frogs 49-29. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)One of the top wide receivers in the Big 12 has announced a shocking transfer today.Jalen McCleskey, a senior wide receiver at Oklahoma State, announced today that he’s opting to redshirt the remainder of the 2018 season. He’ll then pursue a graduate transfer.The son of an NFL player has been one of the top wide receivers in the Big 12 in recent seasons. He has nearly 2,000 career receiving yards and 18 career touchdowns.McCleskey was one of Oklahoma State’s top wideouts this season, but he feels he’s not being properly used. The wide receiver had 15 catches for 155 yards and 2 touchdowns so far this year.Breaking: Jalen McCleskey has decided to redshirt and transfer from #OKState. Mike Gundy said McCleskey said he feels like he wasn’t getting the ball enough. Shocking loss of a veteran WR.— Mark Cooper (@mark_cooperjr) September 24, 2018McCleskey had more career receptions than anyone on the #OKState roster.— Mark Cooper (@mark_cooperjr) September 24, 2018There are probably going to be a lot of transfers like this now. The new redshirt rule allows for players to play in four games but still earn a redshirt. So, after four games, players are able to decide if they want to continue playing or not.McCleskey has decided to pursue other options.
TUSCALOOSA, AL – SEPTEMBER 08: Tua Tagovailoa #13 of the Alabama Crimson Tide runs the offense against the Arkansas State Red Wolves at Bryant-Denny Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)With just a few weeks left in the 2018 college football season, Alabama looks like the best team in the country – by a wide margin. The Crimson Tide are likely going to be in the College Football Playoff, and it’s going to take a herculean effort to take them down.This past Saturday, ESPN’s College GameDay ran a graphic with potential national title game spreads via USA Today’s Danny Sheridan. Clemson had the best odds of knocking off the Crimson Tide.We’ve got an update on a potential spread for the contest – and Clemson is now a nine-point dog.Alabama would be favored by 21 over Notre Dame and 14.5 over Michigan, per Bovada.Potential CFB National Championship game spreads (@BovadaOfficial):Alabama vs Notre Dame +21Alabama vs Michigan +14.5Alabama vs Clemson +9— OddsShark (@OddsShark) November 5, 2018Alabama and Clemson have met on the gridiron three years in a row. They split the national title games in 2015 and 2016 – and last year, Alabama throttled Clemson in the national semifinal.There is certainly Alabama vs. Clemson fatigue, but there’s no doubt that they look like the two best teams in the sport. We’ll see how it all plays out.
TORONTO – Telus Corp. raised its dividend amid a 10 per cent increase in its third quarter profit and a surge in wireless subscribers.The Vancouver-based telecommunications brand said after making $447 million or 74 cents a share — up from $406 million or 68 cents a share a year ago — for the period ended Sept. 30, it will now make a quarterly payment to shareholders of 54.5 cents per share, an increase from 52.5 cents.Chief financial officer Doug French told The Canadian Press on Thursday that he considered the quarter “strong” because of the company’s wireless and wireline growth, which has come as Telus has been expanding its fibre network to western Canada.Telus saw its total customer growth rise to 187,000 and sales from its wireless unit increase by 2.2 per cent, reaching $1.5 billion.The quarter also brought a 31 per cent spike in new wireless, internet and television customers, which totalled 199,000 — 145,000 net new wireless customers, 36,000 high-speed internet subscribers and 18,000 television customers.“We have continued to see momentum in both wireline and wireless,” French said. “We have had a very, very consistent strategy…We continue to see good churn and good customer service, which helps on the front of net loading.”On top of wireless and wireline offerings, the company has been pouring resources into creating its 5G network and building small cell technology, which is needed to sustain the network.French said 5G likely won’t be a fully-fledged service offering until closer to 2020, but investing early will mean Telus will be able to transition more quickly to the 5G spectrum, when it is available.Telus is anticipating 5G will be a hit with consumers because the company is seeing demand for speed and capacity.“We are seeing data continue to grow and the demand for data continue to grow…We expect that to continue,” he said. “What 5G brings to the table is definitely more speed and less latency, so things will happen significantly faster.”French and other executives on the Telus earnings call noted that the company’s quarter also brought a spike in operating revenue, which totalled $3.77 billion and was up from $3.40 billion in the third quarter of 2017.Thomson Reuters Eikon showed that the company’s increase in profit beat analysts’ expectations, which predicted the company would report earning 70 cents per share instead of the 74 cents per share it revealed.The company also announced Thursday that Denise Pickett, American Express’s chief risk officer and president of global risk, banking and compliance, had joined Telus’s board.Companies in this story: (TSX:T)
PSAC bumps up numbers in drilling forecast A pumpjack does its work in the Mountain View County area of Alberta on Saturday, March 25, 2017. (Photo by Chelsey Harms/660 NEWS) Drilling numbers in the oil and gas sector appear to be on the uptick.The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) has revised its forecast for the year, pushing the number of wells that will be drilled up by 2,500.We’ll learn more about the revision and the health of the sector later Thursday morning, during the official release of the updated numbers.PSAC will release its annual mid-year Canadian Drilling Activity Forecast. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Craig Lester Posted Apr 27, 2017 6:57 am MDT
Shehan Hettiarachy, Major Trauma Director at St Mary’sCredit:BBC Mr Lockwood said: “I can remember making the decision to cross the bridge to get to a taxi on the other side, and that’s pretty much it.Speaking about his wife he added: “She remembers it and I don’t. So I’ve got the broken body and she’s got the broken mind. But we’re going to deal with it together.“We’re just a happy little unit really. We live our lives like anybody else, we go to work, come home, watch a bit of TV have a bit of dinner and go to bed.“This will change us, we’re going to appreciate each other more and for both of us to survive, you take things for granted, you step out of the door every morning and on your merry way you go.” French teenagers Yann and Victor Credit:BBC Speaking about the striking image Mr Lockwood said: “This is me laying on the road and Cara is crouched over me, telling me to be ok, and it’s alright. I just see love in it really because in all that chaos and hatred all I can see is my wife looking after me.“I feel like I am allowed to say we’ve won. We survived and we’re safe.” Stephen and Cara at home recovering after the attackCredit:BBC Stephen Lockwood recovering at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, West LondonCredit:BBC In the aftermath of the Westminster Bridge terror attack this year a woman in blue coat was photographed tenderly cradling the head of a man who had been struck by the car of terrorist Khalid Masood.Crouching over him, her hands covered in blood, she gently tended to his wounds and whispered reassurances as they waited for paramedics to arrive. To one side his shoes lay neatly on the pavement, belying the terrible force that had prised them from his feet. In his unseen hand he clutched a postcard of The Queen.In the confusion that followed it was unclear whether the pair knew each other, or if a kind-hearted stranger had stopped to help the stricken man. The documentary also followed two French teenagers, 18-year-old Yann and 16-year-old Victor, who were on a school trip from Brittany, and were taking pictures of Big Ben from Westminster Bridge when they were struck by Masood. “I remember a bit,” Victor said “A super-fast car on the pavement, then the big shock. I woke up on the ground, my phone in front of me”Yann added: “It was the worst day of my life. I was scared. Very scared. There was a moment in the ambulance where I felt like I was going. I just wanted to sleep. I didn’t know what was going to happen, if I was going to die. I thought of my mum. It was the worst. I lost lots of blood. I couldn’t see anything, I had blood in my eyes.”Yet amid the horror the documentary revealed hope and even humour. When Yann was reunited with Victor for the first time the younger teen took in his neck brace and shorn head and quipped: “Your new look is working for you.” Surgeons were forced to take a large block of tissue from Mr Lockwood’s healthy leg and graft it onto the damage site in a complex nine hour operation.“It’s slightly robbing Peter to pay Paul but we’re hoping the robbery is worth the outcome,” said surgeon Shehan Hettiarachy, Major Trauma Director at St Mary’s who previously served as a military surgeon in Afghanistan.“It’s not going to be a smooth journey. He’s going to have rough days and bad days, it’s going to go up and down. He might be walking down the road in six months time and hear a car revving and it may somehow subconsciously flick him back to where he was on the day of the accident. Mrs Lockwood had been unwilling to use the London Underground because she feared a terror attack, so the couple decided to take a cab, and were struck when Masood mounted the pavement, mowing down pedestrians indiscriminately.Although she escaped with bruising and a twisted ankle, Mr Lockwood was left with serious face, chest and leg injuries which required immediate surgery. Doctors said although no single injury was life-threatening, the cumulative effect could have been deadly.“We’re quite private people,” said Mrs Lockwood. “We don’t go out a lot. This was a special occasion. It’s funny because I don’t like going on the Tube because I am scared that something might happen. And so we decided to get a taxi, obviously we were going to flag a taxi down.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Cara Lockwood Credit:BBC Following the attack, 30 people were treated in four London hospitals for injuries and six people were killed, including PC Keith Palmer who attempted to disarm Masood, and the terrorist. The incident at 2.20pm on March 22 lasted just 82 seconds. But this week it emerged that the couple are Cara and Stephen Lockwood who were visiting London on a day-trip from Oxfordshire to celebrate Stephen’s 40th birthday. Just minutes before they had left the London Aquarium where they had been swimming with sharks and were trying to hail a taxi, when Masood began his deadly rampage.Their story was revealed in an astonishing episode of the BBC fly-on-the wall series Hospital, which, by chance was filming at St Mary’s in Paddington, West London, as the terror attack unfolded. As he was preparing to leave St Mary’s, Victor added: “I had some excellent days in London, even if in the end it didn’t go quite to plan.Victor has since recovered from his injuries but Yann continues to receive treatment in France. “This experience has taught me to enjoy life to the max,” said Yann.Dr Hegli Johannsson, clinical director of anaesthesia and theatres at St Mary’s said: “It does test your faith in humanity seeing how horrible people can be to each other.“But also we see a lot of uplifting things that make you think ‘do you know, actually humanity is alright.”Mr Lockwood is now recovering at home with his wife. On the day of the London Bridge terror attack on June 4, he reposted the image again on Twitter.“Me and my wife on the Westminster Bridge,” he wrote. “Just wanted to let them know we got through it, and so can they.”Hospital is available on BBC iPlayer. Breaking into tears she added: “What he looked like in the road. He was just covered in blood. It was all over him. Everyone goes through sh*t you know. But not this. Not being ploughed down.” And when he asked Yann what had become of their gifts from Harrods, the 18-year-old replied: “I have nothing just my underpants. The guy f****d me into nakedness on the pavement.” Cara and Stephen Lockwood were photographed at the scene but it was unclear who they were amid the confusion Terrorist Khalid Masood was also taken to St Mary’s Hospital but was pronounced dead on arrivalCredit:Stefan Rousseau PA Mr Lockwood initially needed a four hour operation to make urgent repairs to a deep cut to his leg and a broken tibia and fibula, an injury made far worse because the soft tissue had been ripped away from the bone by the force of the collision.Before the advent of cosmetic surgery, which allows skin from other parts of the body to be grafted onto the injury site, doctors would have been forced to amputate.Following the operation he remained critically ill for several days, being kept under sedation and on life support.“It’s really hard when you spend so much time with somebody and they’re taken away from you and you suddenly really really alone,” said Mrs Lockwood as she anxiously waited for news of her husband.“And you just want to take hold of him and give him a cuddle and a squeeze and take care of him but then he’s so fragile you just can’t touch him.“I want him back home. I want to have a Friday night on the sofa with a pizza and a beer.” “Obviously it’s a terrorist attack on your home city. For us we have to push past that and focus on doing the job in hand.”
The Duke of Edinburgh could be sent on a drivers’ awareness course, it has emerged, as police continue to investigate a crash which left two women hospitalised. The Duke, 97, is understood to have no intention of giving up driving, having been photographed on public roads driving a new car less than 48 hours after the accident. Two women, aged 45 and 28, will also be asked for their recollections of the accident, after their Kia Carens collided with the Duke’s Land Rover Freelander on the A149 on Thursday. Both police and palace have emphasised that the investigation will… He is understood to be complying with a Norfolk Police investigation, which will see him interviewed about what happened.
ZRK Buducnost Podgorica will meet Hungarian Gyor in the big final of the first MVM FINAL 4 in Budapest.Montenegrian champions beat RK Vardar Skopje after tremendeous battle and two extra time period – 22:20 (16:16 – 11:6). Over 9.000 spectators in the „Papp Laszlo Arena“ cheered mostly for Macedonian team, but that wasn’t enough to beat strong Montenegrian team who played defense at the edge of the rules and had fantastic Christina Neagu in the extra-time, who scored three goals in a row…Top scorer have been Lekic (6) and Neagu (6)…Final will be played on Sunday – 17hrs. ŽRK Budućnost ← Previous Story Heide Loke (Gyor) before the MVM FINAL F4: I want Vardar! Next Story → “Romanian princess” is back, Neagu: We will give 100% against 10.000 fans
Image: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie 17 Comments Monday 25 Feb 2019, 5:11 PM Feb 25th 2019, 5:11 PM Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Motorcyclist killed in crash near Dublin’s Port Tunnel The collision happened at 10am this morning. Share165 Tweet Email 31,130 Views https://jrnl.ie/4512504 By Michelle Hennessy Image: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie A MOTORCYCLIST HAS died in a crash on the M50 in Dublin this morning.The single vehicle collision occurred at 10am close to the north bore of the Port Tunnel.The motorcyclist, a man in his 50s, was pronounced dead at the scene. His body has been removed from the scene and a post-mortem examination will take place at Dublin City Morgue.The road at the scene of the crash has re-opened following an examination of the area by garda forensic collision investigators.
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Listen: Kacey Musgraves Drops Two New Songs kacey-musgraves-hear-two-songs-her-new-album Email Twitter “Butterflies” and “Space Cowboy” offer a preview of what the GRAMMY winner has in store on her upcoming LP, ‘Golden Hour’Tim McPhateGRAMMYs Feb 23, 2018 – 2:09 pm As if we had any reason to doubt, Kacey Musgraves is still following her own musical arrow. News Facebook NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Jun 11, 2015 – 4:03 pm Kacey Musgraves Wins Best Country Album The latest proof comes in the form of a pair of new delights, “Butterflies” and “Space Cowboy,” marking the first official taste of tuneage from her forthcoming studio album, Golden Hour.Co-written with Natalie Hemby and Luke Laird, “Butterflies” has been a staple of Musgraves’ live shows for the past year, typically performed unplugged. The studio version showcases a fully produced arrangement for the breezy number, complete with fluid harmonies, piano and a rigid backbeat.Though “Butterflies” radiates with shiny optimism, the heart-wrenching “Space Cowboy” treads along the opposite of the relationship spectrum. “You can have your space, cowboy, I ain’t gonna fence you in,” Musgraves introspectively sings amid pedal steel licks and ambient effects.Due March 30, Golden Hour was tracked above a horse stable at fellow GRAMMY winner Sheryl Crow’s house. The album is now available for pre-order.In the meantime, Texas native Musgraves is scheduled to head out on the road with Harry Styles in June. She is currently on tour with GRAMMY winners Little Big Town.Getting The Latest Music News Just Got Easier. Introducing: GRAMMY Bot. Find it On KIK and Facebook MessengerRead more Kacey Musgraves: Hear Two Songs From Her New Album
The fast ferry Fairweather docks in Petersburg on Aug. 20, 2013, after a trip from Juneau. Budget cuts eliminated that route and reduced sailings to and from other communities. (Photo by Ed Schoenfeld/CoastAlaska News)State House budget writers have restored much of the ferry system cut proposed by the governor for the next fiscal year.Listen nowThe House Finance Committee on Thursday added about $2.1 million to the Alaska Marine Highway budget. Gov. Bill Walker’s spending plan, released in December, included $2.8 million – or two percent – less than this year’s budget.Marine highway officials did not request the extra money. Spokeswoman Meadow Bailey said if it makes it through the budget process, the system will add a little more than seven weeks of sailings.“That service would likely be added in May and June of 2018,” Bailey said. And that would be to the vessel Fairweather and it would add three port calls per week to Lynn Canal and one additional run per week between Sitka and Juneau.The Fairweather is a fast ferry that carries a little more than 200 passengers. It can hold about 30 cars and trucks.Ketchikan independent Rep. Dan Ortiz proposed the funding increase.“Mainly it came out of the numerous comments that I received that talked about real issues that have developed because of the overall reduction in service that the marine highway system has had to adapt to due to their reduced funding,” Ortiz said.One hotel owner told Ortiz his cuts cost him $100,000 in business, the lawmaker said. Others told him reduced ferry service makes travel more expensive, including trips for food or medical care.Ortiz said marine highway reductions have totaled about 13 percent over two years. He said the rest of the Transportation Department has been cut far less and he wants to reduce the difference.“While it certainly doesn’t equate to complete equity, it puts the whole equity picture a little bit closer to parity between coastal Alaska and the money we spend on roads and airports and things like that,” Ortiz said.Ortiz did not suggest how the extra money would be used.He proposed the extra money in an amendment to House Bill 57, the chamber’s version of the operating budget for the fiscal year starting in July.It will have to make it through a House floor vote and the Senate to become official.The governor could also veto the increase, as he has some other extra money in the Legislature’s budget.Correction: A previous version of this story used a photo that was not of the Ferry Fairweather. It has since been updated.
A still from “Masss”.IBTimes IndiaSuriya-Nayanthara starrer “Masss” has enjoyed a fabulous run in its first week at the box office. The sources close to the industry have suggested that film has done well in theatres across the industry with more than 60% theatre occupancy.”Masss”, which was released on 29 May, had opened to positive reviews from critics. The movie had collected ₹17.3 crore in Tamil Nadu with ₹5.35 crore on Friday, ₹4.90 crore on Saturday and ₹7.05 crore on Sunday.The Telugu version also had a good first weekend run with ₹5.2 crore in Andhra Pradesh in the first three days.In Bengaluru, the movie reportedly has collected ₹1 crore in two days. However, the film experienced low run at theatres in Kerala as it faced huge competition from Malayalam movies “Premam” and “Ivide”.Meanwhile, reports from popular film-based website Koimoi, approximate box-office collection of “Masss’ after first weekend are as follows.4th Day (Monday) Collection: ₹6 crore5th Day (Tuesday) Collection: ₹5 crore6th Day (Wednesday) Collection: ₹4.5 crore”Masss”, which is written and directed by Venkat Prabhu, has a versatile star cast comprising of Pranitha Subhash, Premgi Amaren, Parthiban, Samuthirakani, Karunan, Simran, Sanjay Bharathi, Vidyullekha Raman, Riyaz Khan and Ganesh.The cinematography has been handled by RD Rajasekhar, while Praveen KL has edited the movie. It has been jointly produced by Studio Green and 2D Entertainment and will be distributed by Eros International.
By The Associated PressAn Alabama woman has made history as the first Black female pilot in the state National Guard’s history.News outlets report that 2nd Lt. Kayla Freeman of Huntsville graduated from Fort Rucker’s Army Aviation School last month, following her 2016 graduation from Tuskegee University where she was enrolled in the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps.Retired Col. Christine Knighton pins aviator wings on 2nd Lt. Kayla Freeman at Freeman’s graduation from the Army Aviation school at Fort Rucker, Alabama. (Photo Credit: 1st. Lt. Jermaine Thurston)Freeman’s aviator wings were pinned by retired Col. Christine Knighton, the second Black woman in the Department of Defense to earn aviator wings and the first from Georgia. Freeman says Knighton has been an inspiration since college and “it was only right” to have her do the pinning.Her assignment as a Black female pilot was also applauded by Maj. Gen. Sheryl Gordon, the Alabama National Guard’s first female general and the first female to serve as adjutant general for the state.“We take the ideals of equal opportunity very seriously and we’re extremely proud of 2nd Lt. Freeman’s achievements,” Gordon said in an Army news release. “She is further proof that we don’t see race or gender in the Alabama Guard, we see soldiers and airmen and their potential.”Freeman is currently at Fort Hood in Texas, where she is preparing to deploy to the Middle East as a platoon leader in the Alabama National Guard’s 1-169th Aviation Battalion.
Enroll Now for Free 4 min read August 14, 2013 Peter Drucker once wrote: “because its purpose is to create a customer, the business has two — and only two — functions: marketing and innovation.”These words hold true for any business, including mobile apps. If you’re building a mobile app to become a successful business, you have to do two things right: innovate and reach out to customers effectively for your story to be bought into.There are many deal-breakers, but these six mistakes are a sign your app will have a hard time selling:1. Assuming there is a need.Just how many people start building an app, spending thousands of dollars to create features and functionalities based on a feeling that it’s what their customers want? I’d say, a conservative 99 percent.Most apps fail because entrepreneurs do not validate their product with actual customers who would be willing to pay.If you have an app idea, go out and validate it. Put it out on crowdsourcing platforms to see how many people want it, make a landing page highlighting the benefits of the app and get interested people to give you their email addresses so you can contact them when the app launches, build a prototype and sell it to your potential customers.2. Not putting ease of use first.A wireframe that you draw for your app defines how the app will be experienced. But does that mean it is going to be simple for your customer to use? Probably not.Invest the necessary time into making an app that is insanely simple to use. Think Google for Make thesearch. What is the core concept of your app? What is the core value it intends to offer? Simply laying that out up-front and making it easier for people to experience will make a huge difference to your app’s success.3. Skimping on graphics.If you want people to connect with your app, it needs to be attractive. Colors influence moods, and there’s history and science backing this. Depending on the nature of your app, you can decide on the colors you want your graphics to capture.The aesthetic of your app is a big determinant of whether people love or are turned off by it. For example, Dots, the latest craze in mobile games has done a fantastic job on both usability and design combined.4. Thinking analytics is for analysts.You need to know how your customers are actually using the app, which is often very different from what you expect. Set goals to track how your customers use the app and how engaged they are with certain features.The data you get can define your next move for increasing traction for the app. There are specific analytics softwares available for different types of apps, so don’t make the mistake of implementing the first one you hear about.5. Trying to go global on day one.Trying to build the world’s greatest wall on day one often means failure. To build the world’s greatest wall, you must first perfect the way the first brick is laid then move to the next one and so on and so forth.The same goes for customer acquisition. You need to start small, perfect your product with your local market and make all the mistakes there. Once you’ve done that, you can easily replicate your successes in other cities and countries.You cannot sell your product by sitting in your office. You need to go out, meet your customers and understand first-hand how they experience your product.6. Giving up too soon or holding on for too long.You can’t be pursuing a business that is just not gaining traction. You either need to alter your course, or drop it and move on. Knowing when to do that is the most crucial aspect of any business.When you launch your app, devote at least six months to selling and developing it before you call it a failure. But in those six months, give it all you’ve got, to the extent that you have no regrets looking back.Don’t hold on beyond that. If you cannot gain traction in that time, you probably won’t see success beyond that period. “Success comes from persistently improving and inventing, not from persistently promoting what’s not working,” writes Derek Sivers in his latest book, Anything You Want.Remember: While your idea itself may be great, it’s not a business until it is executed well. Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.
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