Norwood on defending Romeo: ‘We didn’t do our job’

first_imgPalace: Crisis over ABS-CBN franchise unlikely “I can’t lie, It’s frustrating, especially in a game that we need to win and the situation that is going on tonight,” said Rain or Shine swingman Gabe Norwood. “He stepped up for his team and that’s what he’s expected to do. We didn’t do our job as a unit to try to slow him down.”Despite the Elasto Painters’ best efforts, Romeo was still able to catch fire for GlobalPort, going 8-of-15 from threes, on top of six rebounds and six assists. FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSBreak new groundSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return“He hit a lot of shots, a lot of contested shots,” lamented Norwood, who was just one of those who manned the former Far Eastern University star. “It’s a team effort and I did my best to keep him in front of me, force some tough shots, but at the end of the day, we have to be on the same page defensively to stop their guard combination. It’s tough.”Norwood also said what makes Romeo such a tough cover is his sky-high confidence, which only makes him more deadly once he gets his rhythm going. MOST READ DILG to lock shops in Tagaytay City, other areas near Taal Federer beats Nadal in five-set thriller to win Australian Open Luis Manzano jokes about Mikee Morada’s proposal to Alex Gonzaga: ‘Baka nagtali lang ng sintas’ LATEST STORIES Ben&Ben, IV of Spades, SB19 win big at 5th Wish Music Awards “He has changed nothing. His confidence is through the roof and he works at it,” he said. “He missed a couple in the first quarter and I told him I know he’ll make the next one cause he puts in the work. He deserves every bucket that goes in. He can miss five in a row, but he knows he put in the work to make the next five. Kudos to him and we didn’t do the job to contest him.”Romeo’s career game allowed GlobalPort to clinch a seat in the 2017 PBA Philippine Cup quarterfinals, while Rain or Shine slipped to an even 5-5 card and is now in danger of falling out of the playoff picture.“We’re all disappointed on ourselves, but the biggest thing is though we had problems, the answer is in our locker room,” he said. “We can easily step up in the next game and take care of business and be in a good spot. We got a lot of tough guys and we got to rely on one another to get it done.”Rain or Shine takes one more crack at booking a ticket to the quarterfinals on Wednesday against Alaska.ADVERTISEMENT Anne Curtis talks about renewing faith in God amid the world’s ‘noise and clutter’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Marcos monument beside Aquino’s stirs Tarlac town Panelo: Duterte only wants to emulate strong political will of Marcos Bulacan inmates, jail guards raise donations for Taal victims Motorcycle taxis ‘illegal’ starting next week — LTFRB board member Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite View comments GlobalPort’s Terrence Romeo shoots over Rain or Shine’s Gabe Norwood. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netTerrence Romeo was so slick on Sunday that he even managed to evade reporters after GlobalPort’s 117-99 win over Rain or Shine.Minutes after setting a career-high 44 points, the super scorer’s impact was still felt inside Cuneta Astrodome.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

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Chelsea and Spurs face stern title tests

first_img0Shares0000Chelsea face their biggest challenge at Everton Antonio Conte will hope Diego Costa justifies his faith in having him as his main striker © AFP/File / Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, Apr 29 – Antonio Conte will hope Diego Costa justifies his faith in having him rather than Everton’s Romelu Lukaku as his main striker and deliver another three points in Chelsea’s chase for the title on Sunday.Chelsea face their biggest challenge in their remaining five matches at Everton, who are on a run of eight successive home victories. However, Conte will hope they extend their lead over rivals Spurs to seven points before Tottenham kick-off in the north London derby with Arsenal later on Sunday.Arsenal, who are still in the race to try and secure a Champions League spot, five points adrift of fourth-placed Manchester City and with a game in hand, at least have restored some battered morale with two wins this week including a gutsy victory over Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-final.Both City and fifth-placed Manchester United are also in action on Sunday and would hope to both pick up three points as they play two relegation candidates in Middlesbrough and Swansea respectively.Conte is adamant he wouldn’t swap the temperamental Costa, who has 19 goals to his name this season, including a welcome return to form with a double against Southampton on Tuesday, with Lukaku, who tops the scoring charts with 24.Everton manager Ronald Koeman was not happy at all with his players’ attitude in the goalless draw with West Ham and is looking for a vast improvement against Chelsea © AFP/File / Oli SCARFF“As I’ve said before, for me my players are the best in the world. I wouldn’t change my players with any other players.”His Everton counterpart Ronald Koeman was not happy at all with his players’ attitude in the goalless draw with West Ham last weekend and is looking for a vast improvement.“It is always difficult if you have already the seventh position in the pocket and maybe they get a little bit more holiday or end-of-season feeling,” said Koeman. “That is what I don’t like.”Spurs will be seeking to win the 50th Premier League meeting with Arsenal to keep the pressure on Chelsea.For Argentine manager Mauricio Pochettino beating Arsenal is necessary not for bragging rights but to keep their dreams alive of winning the title.“My feeling is now, when you are so close — only four points the gap — I will be very disappointed if we don’t win the title,” said Pochettino.“My challenge or my aim is not to be above Arsenal. My aim is to be above 19 teams and to be first, to be on the top.”Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has a greater spring in his step since his players rediscovered their fighting spirit and he hasn’t give up hope of a top three finish © AFP/File / Glyn KIRKArsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger has a greater spring in his step since his players rediscovered their fighting spirit and he still hasn’t even give up hope of a top three finish.“We have an opportunity to be in there only if we win our games, we don’t have to speculate at all,” said the 67-year-old Frenchman.For the Manchester clubs, victories would see them leapfrog third-placed Liverpool, who play Watford on Monday.City have had two closely-fought matches already with Middlesbrough and with the latter having beaten Sunderland in midweek Pep Guardiola’s side may find it a tough task to take all three points.United host a Swansea side that at least comes into the game having beaten Stoke last weekend to stay in touch with fourth from bottom Hull.United manager Jose Mourinho believes that whether his side qualify for the Champions League or not he has already accomplished something that was lacking last season under Louis van Gaal.“I think Mr Van Gaal left a good group of boys with very good relations between them,” said the Portuguese handler.“But I think they missed happiness, they missed trust, belief, this extra bit that brings resilience, brings fight and they have it now.”Fixtures:Saturday: Crystal Palace v Burnley (7:30pm), Southampton v Hull, Stoke v West Ham, Sunderland v Bournemouth, West Brom v LeicesterSunday: Everton v Chelsea (4:05pm), Manchester United v Swansea (2pm), Middlesbrough v Manchester City (4:05pm), Tottenham v Arsenal (1530)Monday: Watford v Liverpool (10pm)0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Queen Mary acquires new lessee

first_imgSave the Queen, which nearly negotiated an out-of-court, $49-million sale of the lease with the city last month, has described its plans for the site as a theme resort, not unlike Universal City Walk in Los Angeles. It counts Hix Rubenstein, a firm out of Mountain View, among its partners and is backed by iStar, Babcock & Brown and Garrison Investments. Officials associated with the sale and the underlying bankruptcy case said Tuesday that they considered the auction a complete success, especially considering the history of the ship’s current lease holder, Queen’s Seaport Development Inc., which declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2005. City Attorney Robert Shannon said the city expected to be paid some $8.3 million from the sale, including more than $4.9 million in outstanding rent, plus interest, attorney’s fees and costs. “I think this is a really positive result for the city,” said Shannon. “Now, the real work is ahead of us.” Bankruptcy trustee Howard Ehrenberg, who organized the auction, was equally satisfied. LOS ANGELES – Save the Queen emerged from a standing-room-only bankruptcy courtroom Tuesday as the winner of an auction to take over the lease to the historic Queen Mary and its surrounding oceanfront property. The sale before U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Vincent Zurzolo ended abruptly when O&S Holdings – the only other bidder qualified to take part in the auction – announced that it would not outbid Save the Queen’s $43 million offer. The news surprised many in the gallery, who had crammed into the courtroom to hear the fate of the art-deco ship. Even Newport Beach developer Jeffrey Klein, who fronts Save the Queen, said later that he had “no idea” O&S would walk away from the proceedings. “I expected much more active bidding,” he said. “It could not have gone any better,” said Ehrenberg, noting that there were several opportunities Tuesday for the judge to postpone the sale, which he did not. One of those opportunities was posed by O&S officials, who requested Tuesday morning that Save the Queen be disqualified from the auction based on a couple of technical violations of the judge’s bidding procedures. When that didn’t happen, O&S refused to engage in the subsequent sale. Ehrenberg, who acted as auctioneer, took the podium shortly before noon and commenced the proceedings, first explaining that Save the Queen’s $43 million bid would serve as the opening offer, with a minimum overbid of $500,000. He then turned to O&S attorney Jess Bressi and asked if the company had an interest in placing an overbid. Bressi leaned into the microphone, smiled slightly and said: “We have no interest.” At that point, as the judge approved the sale for the record and set future deadlines, two O&S executives and three public-relations assistants rose from their front-row seats and exited the courtroom. Afterward, two of the assistants lingered in the hallway, handing out a written statement that had been prepared by O&S managing partner Gary Safady. In it, Safady expressed his disappointment in the day’s proceedings and appeared to blame the city for not backing his request to disqualify Save the Queen. “We played by the rules according to the process and met every deadline,” he said. “We are the only qualified bidder to have the proven skills, resources and experience to make sure this project succeeded. Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear at this point that the City valued these skills and qualities.” Despite having spoken spiritedly about future plans for the site as recently as this weekend, Safady said the company’s position should have come as no surprise, as O&S already had disclosed to city officials that it would not take part in the auction if Save the Queen was approved as a bidder. When asked about the intent of the seemingly dramatic exodus from the courtroom, O&S spokeswoman Karen Gee-McAuley said only: “It was over.” Steven Gubner, outside counsel for the Long Beach city attorney’s office, said the walk-out was unnecessary and, in his view, “unprofessional.” As the stalking-horse bidder, O&S is entitled to receive some $750,000 – minus attorney’s fees. The amount is a so-called “breakup fee” for being willing to place an initial $41 million opening bid along with a $1.2 million, non-refundable deposit. If Save the Queen closes escrow with the city within 45 days, O&S will receive the deposit and the breakup fee. If it doesn’t, the obligation falls to O&S – which has 30 days to perform, Ehrenberg said. If it, too, fails, then it loses both the deposit and the breakup fee. wendy.russell@presstelegram.com (562) 499-1272160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Forgiveness is often possible even when we don’t forget

first_imgRon Reynolds’ father and uncle fought for decades over their mother’s estate. They never reconciled. “They got into it, and I watched for a lifetime as they never got out of it,” Reynolds said. “I think my dad finally relented by going to his funeral.” The brothers were estranged for 40 years. Years later, when a similar dispute arose between Reynolds and his own siblings, the Alamo, Calif., resident was determined to salvage relationships. “I held the grudge to a certain degree, but then I got some sort of insight and took the steps to forgive and recultivate a strong relationship,” Reynolds said. Old grievances can often bring on new ones, Borris says, so start by looking for patterns. The second step is to become clear about what forgiveness is. “It’s not about letting someone off the hook,” Borris said. “It’s about self-healing and inner peace. It’s the voluntary act of letting go of your emotional baggage.” Once you decide to forgive, the physical act of reconciling is easy. Writing an e-mail or a letter is a start, but talking in person or on the phone is the most effective way to make amends, Borris says. If you’ve forgiven the person, a simple apology for the role you played in the disagreement is all it takes. What if all you want is peace at family gatherings? You can start by saying that the holidays are coming up and that, for the sake of the family, you’d like to move forward, Borris suggests. “It might be superficial, but then it may pave the way for a better relationship. Forgiveness may happen down the line,” she said. There’s another, more common approach. Often, people just start talking again, says Denny Reynolds. “It’s like nothing ever happened,” she said. “It’s rare for two people to sit down and actually reconcile. Now, that doesn’t mean you’re really dealing with it. But families like to bury and ignore issues.” jyadegaran@bayareanewsgroup.com 925-943-8155160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsMaybe it’s a financial dispute. Or a childhood disagreement so old that no one really remembers how it started. Whatever the conflict, estrangement affects the entire family, from nuclear members to distant relatives. The holidays are a reminder that it’s never too late to reconcile and that changing our beliefs is at the core. “If things were going to change, it had to come from a change in me,” Reynolds said. “It’s a life-changing experience to say I’m not going to hold hate in my heart.” Phoenix psychologist Eileen Borris, author of “Finding Forgiveness: A 7-Step Program for Letting Go of Anger and Bitterness,” says this inner work is critical to reconciling. She adds that the adage “forgive and forget” is impossible. “We never forget, but if we have really forgiven, the emotional charge of the experience dissipates,” said Borris. last_img read more

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David Letterman and Craig Ferguson returning to the air, complete with writers

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson NBC’s “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” as well as ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” had already announced they would resume Wednesday without benefit of their writing teams. (Letterman goes head-to-head against Leno, as well as the first half-hour of Kimmel’s show.) Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” and “The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert” planned to return writer-less on Monday, Jan. 7. Resisting such an arrangement, Rob Burnett, president and CEO of Worldwide Pants, had actively sought an interim deal. The guild has been discussing agreements with several small independent producers since talks between producers and the union broke down Dec. 7. “We immediately said we were interested,” Burnett said Friday evening in a telephone interview. Guild leaders said in a letter to membership Friday that Worldwide Pants accepted “the very same proposals that the guild was prepared to present to the media conglomerates when they walked out of negotiations on December 7.” NEW YORK – After eight weeks of reruns, David Letterman should be in a joking mood next Wednesday: Not only does he join his late-night brethren back on the air, but he’ll have his writers backing him up. So Dave was the last to announce his return. Big deal – now the joke’s on Jay, Conan and the other writer-less hosts. An interim agreement with the Writers Guild of America will allow the full writing staffs for “Late Show with David Letterman” as well as “Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” to return to work, even as the Hollywood writers strike continues to shutter much TV and movie production. It could prove to be a huge advantage for both these CBS late-night shows, which are produced by the Letterman-owned Worldwide Pants. “I am grateful to the WGA for granting us this agreement,” Letterman said in a statement Friday. “This is not a solution to the strike, which unfortunately continues to disrupt the lives of thousands. But I hope it will be seen as a step in the right direction.” “We had no problems with the guild’s demands,” Burnett said. Now, the task for “Late Show” is “revving up the machine,” he said. “We’ll be ready Wednesday, even if it takes a few more days after that to get up to speed.” Much speculation has been focused on how the other late-night shows will fill their time deprived of monologues, skits and other prepared material. All the hosts – with the exception of NBC’s Carson Daly, who returned to the air Dec. 3 – are members of the guild, making those without an interim deal subject to union rules that would severely limit what they can do. Meanwhile, doubts have been raised about whether their shows will face a problem booking A-list guests, who may not be willing to cross a picket line. Central to the contract dispute has been compensation for work distributed via the Internet and other digital media. The guild also has called for unionization of writers working on reality shows and animation. When writers went on strike in 1988, only two late-night shows were affected: Johnny Carson’s “Tonight” show and Letterman’s “Late Night,” both on NBC. Carson made a deal with the guild shortly after returning to the air, but Letterman went weeks without his writers’ services before the strike was settled. This time, it will be funny business as usual.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Arsenal FC news: Gabriel set to join Valencia as Wenger looks to trim squad

first_img Gabriel is set to leave Arsenal Arsenal defender Gabriel is closing in on a move to Valencia as Gunners boss Arsene Wenger begins the process of trimming his squad.Wenger has made no secret of the fact he believes he has too many first-team players on the books at the Emirates Stadium.The Frenchman hinted on Wednesday that he will be busy clearing the decks before the transfer window closes on August 31.Speaking after the 4-1 Community Shield penalty shoot-out win over reigning Premier League champions Chelsea, Wenger said that Arsenal were looking to move on some of those deemed surplus to requirements.“We’ll let some players go – 33 (players) is too high,” he said.“Too much competition for places in detrimental.”It now appears centre-back Gabriel will be the first of those to depart, although the likes of Lucas Perez, Calum Chambers and Joel Campbell are also staring at an Arsenal exit.It is understood a fee in the region of £10million has been agreed, with the Brazilian set to move to Valencia.Gabriel joined Arsenal from Villarreal in January 2015 but never established himself as a first-choice option.The 26-year-old has scored once in 64 appearances for the north London club and he has missed the start of the new season after sustaining a serious knee injury in the last Premier League game of the previous campaign. 1last_img read more

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Michael Murphy presented with Séamus Mac Géidigh Memorial Award

first_imgMichael Murphy was presented with the inaugural Séamus Mac Géidigh Memorial Award, Gradam Shéamuis Mhic Géidigh, for club player of the Championship at the Annual Donegal GAA County Banquet and Award Night on Saturday.The award was presented by Dolores Mhic Géidigh, Séamus’ wife, at the event in the Abbey Hotel in Donegal Town.The Mac Géidigh family with Michael Murphy – Dolores, Póilín, Éadaoin and DónalThe award was established by RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta in memory and honour of their friend and colleague Séamus Mac Géidigh, a multi-talented broadcaster best known as the voice of Donegal GAA commentary for many years, and Regional Manager of the service in the northwest, who passed away suddenly in July. The judges said: “Michael Murphy was chosen for the inaugural Séamus Mac Géidigh award because he showed unfailing leadership from the start of the Championship, and was instrumental in guiding Glen Swilly to the final and ultimately winning the Championship. He returned from a bad injury earlier this year, and we really felt that his presence made the essential difference to Glen Swilly’s performance in 2016.”Members of RTÉ RnaG Doirí Beaga staff with Michael Murphy, Dolores Mhic Géidigh and Edel Ní Chuireáin. In this photo Michael holds a clock by Fergal Megannety, part of the presentation of the award for this inaugural year, which he can keep.The selection committee for the award was made up of 12 Donegal sports journalists, from both print and broadcast media, under the stewardship of Damien Ó Dónaill from RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta.Edel Ní Chuireáin, Head of RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta, said: “This event is tinged with sadness for us, because Séamus was such an important and beloved part of the RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta team. But tonight, I feel we have honoured his memory, and recognised hispassion for all things Donegal, particularly the GAA, which had such a special place in his heart. Congratulations to Michael Murphy, a very worthy recipient of the inaugural Gradam Shéamuis Mhic Géidigh, even more so as himself and Séamus were friends.”Dolores Mhic Géidigh, Ceannaire RTÉ RnaG Edel Ní Chuireáin and Michael MurphySculptor Redmond Herrity from Letterkenny created Gradam Shéamuis Mhic Géidigh, inspired by Mount Errigal, a mountain that dominates the landscape of the northwest of the county. Séamus was passionate in his commitment to his homeplace of Donegal, and because of that Redmond chose to make the award from Donegal Granite, and received special permission to take a stone from Errigal for it.It is carved in the shape of the mountain, with toughened glass mounted to the front featuring an engraving of Séamus. A brass plate at the back will carry the name of the winners of the award.Michael Murphy presented with Séamus Mac Géidigh Memorial Award was last modified: December 4th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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How to Watch Football at Walt Disney World for November 21-27

first_imgEvery week here at TouringPlans, we update our readers on which NFL and college games are showing in the Orlando market on the Walt Disney World television system. This means these games will be available in resort hotel rooms, lobby and pool bars, and other locations around property. While some other venues with a sports bar tilt will show additional games, they are few and far between on property. Games are also shown free with an advance reservation and $10 food purchase at AMC Cinemas at Disney Springs. These listings are updated over the weekend.The schedule for the next two (kind of weird) weekends of football action are below. As we close in on Thanksgiving, this might be a good time to bust out this article from posterity: Four Places to Watch Thanksgiving Football at Walt Disney World (Besides ESPN Club).While you’re here, make sure to subscribe to TouringPlans.com so you can customize your Walt Disney World touring plans to include a break in the middle of the day to catch a football game! Plus get complete access to all of our other great vacation-planning tools like the Crowd Calendar, Cheapest Ticket Calculator, Dining Reservation Finder, Hotel Room Request automator, and MORE! Share This! LISTINGS FOR NOVEMBER 21-27, 2019All times EST. Games and listings subject to change. NCAA FOOTBALLThursday, November 218:00 PMNorth Carolina State @ Georgia Tech, ESPNFriday, November 229:30 PMColorado State @ Wyoming, ESPN2Saturday, November 2312:00 PMMinnesota @ Northwestern, ABCPenn State @ Ohio State, FOXWestern Carolina @ Alabama, ESPNOklahoma State @ West Virginia, ESPN2Harvard @ Yale, ESPNUUCF @ Tulane, CBS Sports2:30 PMBoston College @ Notre Dame, NBC3:30 PMUCLA @ USC, ABCTexas A&M @ Georgia, CBSMichigan @ Indiana, ESPNPittsburgh @ Virginia Tech, ESPN2SMU @ Navy, CBS SportsNorth Texas @ Rice, NFL Network4:00 PMPurdue @ Wisconsin, FOXMemphis @ USF, ESPNU7:00 PMArkansas @ LSU, ESPNTemple @ Cincinnati, ESPN2Miami FL @ Florida International, CBS Sports7:30 PMOregon @ Arizona State, ABCHouston @ Tulsa, ESPNU8:00 PMTCU @ Oklahoma, FOX10:00 PMWashington @ Colorado, ESPN10:30 PMNevada @ Fresno State, ESPN2Boise State @ Utah State, CBS SportsTuesday, November 267:30 PMWestern Michigan @ Northern Illinois, ESPNUcenter_img NFL LOOKING AHEADProjected Listings – Week of November 28 – December 4Thursday, November 28Chicago Bears @ Detroit Lions, 12:30 PM, FOXBuffalo Bills @ Dallas Cowboys, 4:30 PM, CBSNew Orleans Saints @ Atlanta Falcons, 8:20 PM, NBCSunday, December 1Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Jacksonville Jaguars, 1:00 PM, FOXCleveland Browns @ Pittsburgh Steelers, 1:00 PM, CBSOakland Raiders @ Kansas City Chiefs, 4:25 PM, CBSNew England Patriots @ Houston Texans, 8:20 PM, NBCMonday, December 2Minnesota Vikings @ Seattle Seahawks, 8:15 PM, ESPN[ Projections; games TBA ] NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUEThursday, November 21Indianapolis Colts @ Houston Texans, 8:20 PM, FOXSunday, November 24Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Atlanta Falcons, 1:00 PM, FOXJacksonville Jaguars @ Tennessee Titans, 4:05 PM, CBSDallas Cowboys @ New England Patriots, 4:25 PM, FOXGreen Bay Packers @ San Francisco 49ers, 8:20 PM, NBCMonday, November 25Baltimore Ravens @ Los Angeles Rams, 8:15 PM, ESPNAMC Dine-In Theaters Fork & Screen Disney Springs – TBAlast_img read more

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Columbus soccer advances to regional finals

first_imgBy City Times staffAnnika Brown takes control of the ball during the Oct. 18 game. City Times staff photoMARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Columbus Catholic soccer team blew out LaCrosse Aquinas 7-0, on Oct. 18 at Griese Park in Marshfield, to claim the WIAA Dvision 4 semifinal win.Game Summary:Shots: Columbus 24, Aquinas 5Shots on goal: Columbus 16, Aquinas 3Corners: Columbus 11, Aquinas 2Scoring Summary: 1:37 Nadim Torbey (Zach Olson), 18:11 Zach Olson (unassisted), 21:02 Nadim Torbey (Dylan Porter), 28:08 Evan Dieringer (penalty kick), 44:11 Dylan Porter (Zach Olson), 52:50 Nadim Torbey (Zach Olson), 86:05 Nadim Torbey (Kellen Delaney), Kellen Heinzen had 3 saves for ColumbusColumbus (14-4-1) moves on to face Wisconsin Valley Lutheran (4-11-2) on Oct. 20 at 1 p.m. at Griese Park.last_img

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Internet of Things (IoT): Integrating IoT Insights into Enterprise Software

first_imgBy adopting the Internet of Things (IoT), businesses are able to monitor, track, schedule and control processes, sensors and devices in the field. Real-time monitoring provides a level of insight and control that previously wasn’t possible.These are still the early days of IoT, and unfortunately now, there is still a disconnect between the reams of data and analytics coming from IoT and other systems within the enterprise.  One example is with ERP — there has been little attempt to try to integrate IoT data with things like work orders, production schedules or fault reports. The data that IoT could feed into other enterprise software could potentially bring along with it huge benefits to the business.Rick Veague, Chief Technology Officer at IFS, said that “IoT is a very specific thing. Digital Transformation is a concept. Trying to correlate these things is difficult. The potential for IoT in these settings is business growth. In order to realize this benefit, companies must not only think more creatively about IoT, but be able to use IoT data in the context of their business, which likely means tighter integration with applications like ERP.”last_img read more

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