SUU Football Hosts Northern Arizona Saturday

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first_img Tags: Northern Arizona Football/SUU Football November 14, 2019 /Sports News – Local SUU Football Hosts Northern Arizona Saturday Written by Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCEDAR CITY, Utah-Saturday, Southern Utah football (2-8, 1-5 in Big Sky Conference play) hosts Northern Arizona (4-6, 2-4 in Big Sky play) in the Grand Canyon Rivalry for Senior Day at Eccles Coliseum.The Thunderbirds will honor 10 seniors Saturday.SUU ranks 79th nationally in scoring offense (24.6 points per game).In what has been a disappointing season, redshirt sophomore quarterback Chris Helbing has consistently impressed.Helbig completes 65.7 percent of his passes (230-350, 13th nationally) for 13 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He has also tossed for 2,404 yards (23rd nationally) for the Thunderbirds. Helbig has also run for six scores, primarily in goal-line situations.Redshirt junior tailback James Helila (89 car, 337 yards, 2 TD’s) and sophomore running mate Thomas Duckett (55 car, 247 yards, 2 TD’s) have been the Thunderbirds’ best tailbacks throughout the season. Senior back Jay Green Jr. (35 car, 120 yards) has the most touchdowns among tailbacks for SUU with three in 2019.Sophomore tailback Lance Lawson (70 rec, 646 yards, 3 TD’s) continues to be the Thunderbirds’ most productive receiver. Freshman receiver Zach Nelson (13 rec, 200 yards, 3 TD’s) ties Lawson for the team lead in receiving touchdowns.Senior receiver Carlos Baker (12 rec, 253 yards, TD) is the Thunderbirds’ leading receiver in yards per catch with 21.1 yards per grab.Junior kicker Manny Berz has made 3 of his 5 field goal attempts on the season for SUU. Redshirt junior kicker/punter Kekoa Sasaoka has made 30 of his 31 PAT attempts on the season as well for the Thunderbirds.SUU ranks 118th nationally in scoring defense (38.5 points per game). Sophomore defensive lineman Aaron Romero has a team-best 4.5 sacks and a forced fumble to pace the Thunderbirds.Redshirt freshman defensive back Carlton Johnson (3 interceptions) continues to lead SUU on the season in that category.Redshirt sophomore safety AJ Stanley, redshirt sophomore linebacker Quaid Murray, sophomore defensive end Francis Bemiy and redshirt senior safety Kyle Hannemann all have a forced fumble as well on the season for SUU.The Lumberjacks come into Saturday’s game following a 38-34 defeat at the hands of Sacramento State at the Walkup Skydome of Flagstaff, Ariz.Northern Arizona brings in one of the more explosive offenses in the country, posting 36.3 points per game (12th nationally).Senior signal-caller and NFL Draft prospect Case Cookus completes 59.3 percent of his passes (229-386) for 3,339 yards (first nationally), 27 touchdowns (tied for 6th nationally) and 7 interceptions for the Lumberjacks.Senior tailback Joe Logan (149 car, 657 yards, 11 touchdowns) is the Lumberjacks’ top tailback.Among Cookus’ top targets for Northern Arizona are redshirt sophomore receiver Brandon Porter (66 rec, 897 yards, 8 TD’s) and redshirt junior wide-out Stacy Chukwumezie (37 rec, 801 yards, 7 TD’s). Each of these receivers, No. 15 and No. 32 respectively in receiving yards, have been dynamic throughout the season for Cookus.Junior kicker/punter Luis Aguilar has made 15 of his 17 field goal attempts on the season and all 44 of his PAT attempts for the explosive Lumberjacks.Northern Arizona’s defense is among the worst units in the country. The Lumberjacks surrender 40.5 points (121st nationally) and 510.6 yards (122nd nationally) per game.Junior linebacker Carson Taylor and freshman defensive lineman Eloi Kwete have 3 sacks apiece for teh Lumberjacks.Redshirt sophomore defensive back Anthony Sweeney, junior linebacker Harrison Beemiller, senior linebacker Brandon Worthy, junior linebacker Taylor Powell, freshman linebacker Jaden Tauanu’u, freshman defensive back Daego Albert and redshirt sophomore ATH Nate Perkins all have an interception apiece for the Lumberjacks.Sweeney, Beemiller, senior defensive back Khalil Dorsey, senior defensive back Jalen Cook, senior linebacker Chris Jules, Taylor, Worthy and senior defensive lineman Jonathan Lolohea all have a forced fumble as well for Northern Arizona.The Lumberjacks lead the Thunderbirds 13-9 all-time and are 5-2 all-time at Cedar City.last_img read more


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first_img Two-day conference explores the nexus of art, race, laws, and norms Picturing vision and justice Related Kasseem Dean, known in the music world as Swizz Beatz, was used to seeing Gordon Parks’ photographs in meetings with business partners and at the homes of friends who were not African American. It was far more unusual to see the artwork in front of the people Parks represented.“Instead of overthinking it, I thought I could be a part of the change to start supporting our own,” said the rapper and record producer, who over several years acquired the largest private collection of Parks’ works. “We have a hard time supporting our own sometimes because it’s so close to us. We run from it when we should run to it.”Dean brought 80 pieces to the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery at the Hutchins Center for African and African American Art, where “Gordon Parks: Selections from the Dean Collection” opened two weeks ago. The exhibition, which is free and open to the public, will be on view through July 19.The Dean Collection showcases Parks’ work from his days taking portraits in early 1940s Chicago to his powerful images of the Civil Rights Movement and of poverty in the U.S. and Brazil. He shot for government agencies and Life magazine, taking intimate photos of regular people, such as families in the segregated South, and celebrities such as boxing great Muhammad Ali alike.“Art is not meant to be in your personal space,” said Dean in a telephone interview when asked what prompted him to put the collection in an educational setting. “I feel like it’s our responsibility as collectors to put many eyes on the artwork we collect because it helps the artist. Even Gordon Parks — he was so ahead of his time that a lot of people from this generation don’t understand who he was. This is where the Dean Collection and the Gordon Parks Foundation coming together makes sense. They have a plan where they see his legacy go, and we’re only a part of it. I don’t think this collection will ever come home. I plan on it being always on the road.”,An opening reception for “Gordon Parks: Selections from the Dean Collection” was held on April 25, midway through the “Vision and Justice” conference organized by the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Dean and his wife, 15-time Grammy Award–winner Alicia Keys, thanked the gallery audience, which included Hutchins Center director Henry Louis “Skip” Gates, history of art and architecture and of African and African American studies Professor Sarah Lewis, and the exhibition’s consulting curator, Maurice Berger. Keys called her husband “the most brilliant person I’ve ever met.”“I never stop being awed by him and the vision that he has,” she said. “It’s so purposeful, I could just cry.”Dean began collecting photography when he was a teenager — his first big purchase was an Ansel Adams. The 40-year-old Bronx native started talking to the Parks Foundation seven years ago, noting that Parks captured “the essence of life, the essence of time, essence of where we came from, the essence of us.”“The most important thing is us owning us,” he said at the reception. “Us having the conversation, leading the conversation about us. Us doing homework and research to learn more about us and us having more patience with us. And I mean everybody when I say us because we all contribute to the big conversation.”Earlier this year, the hip-hop producer launched The Dean Collection 20 St(art)ups, to help emerging artists stage their own shows on their own terms. Dean provided seed funding for a show at a location of their choice; they kept all of the profits.His advice to young people who may not see themselves represented in a gallery or museum, or among the collecting community?“Think of creative ways to get in front of people,” he said. “Set up in some places that it might not be normal to see your work, instead of saying, ‘Oh, this gallery is not looking at me, I must be nobody.’ Most people want to go off of the hype more than the reality, and the reality is to get it in front of the most people who appreciate [your art], and sometimes that’s not going to be in a gallery.” The Dean Collection provided 20 grants around the world — “and none of those artists showed in galleries,” Dean said. “Not taking anything away from galleries, but sometimes if you get stuck, you have to go that next level yourself.”Dean, who got a degree from the Owner/President Management program at Harvard Business School in 2017, said his favorite Parks piece is the 1966 image of Ali driving a Cadillac convertible in Miami.“Just seeing Ali like that — not playing the superhero he was, just letting his shoulders relax when he’s in that Cadillac —  I can almost envision being on the side of the road,” he said. “It spoke to me.” ‘The work of culture alters our perceptions’ Radcliffe conference explores the nexus of race and justice through art last_img read more


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first_img Aurelio De Laurentiis has claimed the match should be moved to Portugal or Germany due to fears of coronavirus in Catalonia, but Mertens only concentrates on the game. “We don’t have to worry too much, let’s just play. [Coach Gennaro] Gattuso is charged. If you aren’t convinced about this game, you can’t play football. “We must go there to make a good impression and write history.” read also:Napoli will enjoy Osimhen’s style of play, says Nsofor The Belgium international was linked with Inter last winter but ended up renewing with the Azzurri. “I waited a little while, but in the end we did it. My future is on Saturday, I want to score against Lazio.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Dries Mertens has vowed to help Victor Osimhen and Andrea Petagna settle at Napoli next season and wants to go to Barcelona to ‘write history’ in Catalonia. “I want to help the team and the young people, that’s my future. I want to help Osimhen and Petagna, we can play together. “It’s difficult to come from another country and settle in, we must help them fit in here.” Napoli lost 2-0 to Inter last time and Mertens wants to bounce back immediately and end the season with a win against Lazio on Saturday. “On Saturday we have an important match against Lazio and we must be confident and ready,” Mertens told Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli. But Napoli are preparing for a big match against Barcelona in the last 16 of the Champions League on August 8, but it will be carried out behind closed doors at Camp Nou. “Anything can happen. It was strange when we first played behind closed doors against Inter, you could hear everything,” he said. “I’m used to it by now.”Advertisement Loading… center_img Promoted ContentThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top10 Most Evil Female Characters In Disney MoviesBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Animelast_img read more


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first_imgShare Share ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual  August 20, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 Real Betis selects Betway as its official shirt sponsor August 10, 2020 Submit Industry platform provider Digitain has strengthened its senior management team confirming the appointment of Martin Clarke as its new Director of Product Management.Clarke has been selected to oversee Digitain’s product development strategy for both its sportsbook and casino platforms.The executive will lead product oversight for Digitain’s international operator network, which services over 70 platform partners utilising AI-driven capabilities to cover over 65 sports, offering a truly localised proposition to its partners.Commenting on his new position, Clarke said: “Digitain is a renowned market-leader with a widely acclaimed offering, and I’m immensely proud to become the company’s Director of Product Management.“The team and I look forward to building on Digitain’s remarkable achievements to date, as we continue to drive innovation, quality and technological advancement.”Prior to joining Digitain, Clarke has held a number of senior product roles at Betway, Betsson Group and Flutter Entertainment, where he led the redevelopment of Paddy Power’s sportsbook after the company’s merger with Betfair.Suren Khachatryan, Chief Commercial Officer at Digitain added: “With a wealth of experience spanning some of the industry’s most established businesses, we are thrilled to welcome Martin into the Digitain family.“His unique skills in problem-solving, technical development and exemplary leadership are unrivalled, and we have no doubt his tenure as Director of Product Management will bring tremendous success.”last_img read more