The Catalonia Gothic Quarter
Huddersfield and West Ham battle to lively draw. For Kim Porter funeral, continuing their redzone stinginess defensively will be key against one of the most explosive offenses in the nation. On the season, Auburn has allowed only nine touchdowns on 31 opposing redzone possessions. If they can force Alabama to trot out their adventurous field goal unit inside-the-20, instead of watching Tua celebrate a touchdown throw, then Auburn might have a shot to keep this game competitive and steal a win in Tuscaloosa.
I believe that Span is more valuable to the Nats than Morse was because Morse, like so many others who have spent at least half a year at Syracuse, was an impatient hitter. The Nats have too many guys who don’t work the count, who don’t believe that a walk is of any value, and don’t make adjustments from at bat to at bat.
With the stands far from full, the Tide (11-0, 7-0 SEC, No. 1 CFP) raced to a 35-0 halftime lead in what amounted to a tuneup for the team’s biggest game. Now, Alabama heads to No. 6 Auburn with the winner facing No. 7 Georgia in the Southeastern Conference championship game in Atlanta.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu apparently arrived at the White House full of good cheer and believing that problems of the previous week were smoothed over. Instead, Netanyahu was met at the door by the American president and given a list of 13 demands, many of which micro-manage” and interfere in Israel’s decisions about such things as when and where to build apartments in Jerusalem.
Without the money, England may have been left behind the other countries in European football. However, with all the foreign talent arriving, you have to wonder how our national team has suffered. I see England as the opposite to France. Their league is maybe the 5th best in Europe, but their national team won the World Cup. All those players started in the French League, they got to play in the positions they wanted for the teams they wanted, and I guess that meant their development wasn’t stifled.