UWF football releases inaugural 2016 schedule

first_img2016 UWF Football ScheduleUWF Football Season Ticket InformationPENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida football program has announced its finalized schedule for its inaugural season in 2016. The schedule will feature eight games against Gulf South Conference opponents, which will be played after the team’s three non-conference games to begin the season. All of UWF’s home games will be played at Pensacola Bayfront Stadium in downtown Pensacola. The year will start on the road for the Argonauts, as they travel to Ave Maria, an NAIA opponent in Naples, Florida, on September 3. UWF will then play host to Missouri S&T on September 10, 2016, in the program’s first-ever home game at Pensacola Bayfront Stadium in Pensacola. Following the home game, the Argos will visit the Chowan University Hawks in Murfreesboro, North Carolina, on September 17. Both Missouri S&T and Chowan will be NCAA Division II opponents for the Argonauts. “We really feel fortunate to get the non-conference games we’re getting,” UWF football head coach Pete Shinnick said. “Those will be very difficult, and there is lot of competition in those first three games of the season. Everybody’s trying to get games in Division II, so to get two Division II opponents in Chowan and Missouri S&T was huge, and then the ability to stay in Florida against Ave Maria was also very important to us. So I feel great about our non-conference schedule.” West Florida finishes September with the program’s first Gulf South Conference matchup, a game at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium against Valdosta State on September 24. The GSC has been a remarkably successful conference in recent history, with VSU winning the national titles in 2004, 2007, and 2012, while Delta State has reached the national title game as recently as 2010. The Argonauts host GSC football-only member Florida Tech on October 1, and they will travel to Mississippi College and Delta State on October 8 and October 15, respectively. The UWF football program will become the ninth team in the GSC, following Florida Tech and Mississippi College as the newest members of the conference. “The Gulf South Conference dictates what the in-conference schedule looks like, and no matter where you go on that conference schedule, you’ve got great competition,” Shinnick said. “We believe the Gulf South Conference is the toughest football conference in the country, based on the fact that four teams made the playoffs in 2014, so we’ll be challenged every week in the GSC. I think it’s a very challenging schedule for a first-year program, but we’re very excited to have the opportunity to represent the University of West Florida.” The first UWF Homecoming football game will be October 22 against Shorter, and West Alabama will travel to Pensacola the following weekend on October 29. UWF finishes its schedule with a trip to North Alabama on November 5 and a home game against 2014 NCAA DII National Semifinalist West Georgia on November 12. For more information on season tickets for the inaugural UWF football season call 850.474.ARGO or visit GoArgos.com/FootballTix to complete the season ticket interest form. The football season ticket interest form does not guarantee you an opportunity to purchase season tickets, but it does give your contact information to the athletic department for future ticket purchasing opportunities. It is recommended to start building priority points today to better your chances of purchasing football season tickets.  For more information on the Argonaut Athletic Club and priority points visit GoArgos.com/boosters. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS# Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Highest and lowest paid stars per minute at every Prem club as Ozil and Jones rake it in but Williams on just £203-a-min

first_imgBournemouth – Jordon Ibe, £35,156 Per Minute (Earned £37,500 a week, played 48 minutes)Arsenal – Mesut Ozil, £9,669 Per Minute (Earns £350,000 a week, played 1,488 minutes)Aston Villa – Borja Baston, £89,375 Per Minute (Earned £55,000 a week, played 16 minutes)Brighton – Gaeten Bong, £9,210 Per Minute (Earned £20,192 a week, played 57 minutes)Burnley – Robbie Brady, £3,811 Per Minute (Earns £35,000 a week, played 450 minutes)Chelsea – Michy Batshuayi, £23,009 Per Minute (Earns £100,000 a week, played 226 minutes)Crystal Palace – Connor Wickham, £10,667 Per Minute (Earns £60,000 a week, played 90 minutes)Everton – Oumar Niasse, £138,947 Per Minute (Earned £55,000 a week, played 19 minutes)Leicester – Nampalys Mendy, £8,935 Per Minute (Earned £50,000 a week, played 291 minutes)Liverpool – Adam Lallana, £15,294 Per Minute (Earned £110,000 a week, played 374 minutes)Manchester City – Sergio Aguero, £6,322 Per Minute (Earns £230,135 a week, played 1,456 minutes) Manchester United – Phil Jones, £18,333 Per Minute (Earns £75,000 a week, played 135 minutes)Newcastle United – Yoshinori Muto, £11,739 Per Minute (Earns £54,000 a week, played 207 minutes)Norwich – Josip Drmic, £3,140 Per Minute (Earns £50,000 a week, played 637 minutes)Sheffield United – Jack Rodwell, £14,733 Per Minute (Earned £8,500 a week, played 15 minutes)Southampton – Sofiane Boufal, £3,849 Per Minute (Earns £65,000 a week, played 760 minutes)Tottenham – Juan Foyth, £12,053 Per Minute (Earns £21,500 a week, played 66 minutes)Watford – Joao Pedro, £26,136 Per Minute (Earns £23,000 a week, played 22 minutes)West Ham – Carlos Sanchez, £21,239 Per Minute (Earned £50,000 a week, played 113 minutes)Wolves – Morgan Gibbs-White, £8,571 Per Minute (Earns £30,000 a week, played 126 minutes) People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uk 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTINGcenter_img Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017last_img read more

Jonathan Pratt and Willem Lasonder on fire again in Pattaya

first_imgJonathan Pratt showed his good shape with just 1 over the course handicap on the front nine. The back nine was harder, but he won with 40 Stableford points, a very good result. Second was Stan Rees with 37 Stableford points and third our lady Rosaleen Garvey with 24 Stableford points. PSC Golf from SIAM Country Resort PattayaAfter just 1 week on the course, we’ve already found our rhythm again with results in the forties.On Tuesday 12th May 2020 we went with 3 groups to Greenwood again, where we played the C & B course.  Same as last week, the course was in very good condition and well prepared. The greens are still not consistent but in good shape. It was a very warm and humid day again with almost no breeze. It is still difficult to get used to the fact that there is no shower to freshen up after the round. Near pin: Keith Barker and Rosaleen Garvey.On Thursday the 14th May Pattaya Country Club was our venue. The course was in excellent condition, we were really astonished how nice the fairways and greens were after the lock down. We were surprised that playing a five ball was allowed with all the directives about social distancing. Again, a warm and humid day, sometimes with clouds and a threat of rain.Promoted ContentbrainberriesThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?brainberriesbrainberries Promoted Content7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Muchbrainberries6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TruebrainberriesWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?brainberries10 Legendary Movies To Learn History FrombrainberriesPattaya’s Bunker Boys golfers brave threat of rain for successful week of …12 Countries With The Most Impressive Technological InnovationsbrainberriesWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?brainberriesWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?brainberriesPattaya Pressure at the Emerald – Pattaya MailThe Best Cars Of All Timebrainberries7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennybrainberriesTop 10 Enemies Turned Friends in TVbrainberriesCaptain Cripple achieves high score on wet Pattaya day – Pattaya MailBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldbrainberriesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Waybrainberries Today Willem Lasonder showed his good form. He won with 41 Stableford points, even missing a score on the last hole. Stan Rees is playing very consistent and came second with 37 Stableford points. Ty Anderson was third with 33 Stableford points.Near pin: Dan Garvey, Dave Smith and Willem Lasonder.last_img read more

Iker Casillas cries alone during emotional Real Madrid leaving speech

first_img 12/07/2015 “I’d like to dedicate these last few lines to Madrid fans. Thank you for your unconditional support, for helping me to lift every cup, for being there, and holding out your hand to lift me up. Regardless of whether I’ve been a good or bad goalkeeper, I hope people remember me for being a good person, with my flaws and my qualities. Thank you, thank you, thank you so much. I’ll never be able to forget you and wherever I may be I’ll still shout ‘Hala Madrid!'” Iker Casillas, Porto’s new signing, officially left Real Madrid on Sunday with an appearance before the media at the Santiago Bernabeu. That he was not accompanied by any representative from the Spanish club shows the tension over his departure. The Madrid goalkeeper showed his funny side by joking with the photographers are the start of the event, saying: “Later you can take another photo with tears and all.” CEST He continued: “As of yesterday I no longer belong to Real Madrid. The decision to go to Porto is because of the excitement they’ve shown, the chairman, the coach Lopetegui and the whole team. Secondly, because of the affection people showed me when it was announced Portugal was my destination. They’ve won me over and that makes me really happy; I’ll do everything possible not to let them down and I’ll fight as hard as I can. Thank you Porto for the faith you have shown me.” “All my love goes to my father and family, who have helped me so much. Particularly my mother and my son, who have been with me on this exciting journey with me every day. Casillas began reading his statement, albeit with many problems. “It’s 30 seconds but it will take an hour,” he joked again – but it was nearly true. “Firstly, thanks..” he said, before having to take a drink of water and stopping for nearly two minutes. “Thanks for being here and being with me in this special moment. I have come to this great stadium to say goodbye to all of you, and especially Madrid’s fans.”center_img Upd. at 22:11 David Boti/JMD Smiles and tears Casillas finished his time at Madrid through complications and tense negotiations, eventually reaching a deal on Saturday July 11. The situation was unpleasant, despite his status as a legend of 25 years at the club. He will now have two seasons at Porto, with the Portuguese side paying him €5m and Real Madrid €8m during this period. Finally, Casillas turned his attention to Madrid fans. “Now I would like to address the Madridistas. After 25 years defending the badge of the best team in the world, a difficult day has arrived when I have to say goodbye to the club that has given me everything. It seems like yesterday when, as a child, I wore the shirt for the first time and my dream came true. During this time we’ve laughed, cried, won and lost. This club has formed me as a person, has helped me grow, with values like respect, camaraderie and, above all, humility. I’ve tried to take these with me wherever I go. I remember every team-mate. I’ve experienced unique moments with them and they’ve been my family. I’m leaving great friends behind. And also all my coaches, from the ones I had when I was a kid. From Mezquita, who saved me, to my last coach, Carlo Ancelotti. I’ve learned so much from all of them, and the technical staff. They’ve all shown understanding, wisdom, experience and professionalism.last_img read more

Find out what rule Alexis Sanchez broke at Arsenal this weekend

first_img “It was Santi Cazorla to take it, I don’t know why it didn’t happen,” Wenger told the BBC.  18/09/2016 He took a penalty and missed it, when it was actually Santi Cazorla who was supposed to be shooting.  IN SPORT.ES Sport EN Sepa por qué Alexis Sánchez rompió el pacto del vestuario del Arsenal CEST Arsenal thrashed Hull City 4-1 away from home but, although Alexis Sanchez struck twice, Arsene Wenger was not happy with the forward. Upd. at 16:46 “I want always to know what happened. And [for it] to not happen again, we have to see why that happened. But overall, anybody can miss a penalty. You have to accept that. It happens to all of us … and it’s happened to Santi Cazorla as well.” “Did Santi not want to take it, or did Sanchez take the ball? We have a pecking order, but on the pitch they have to want to take it. But he was not planned, Sanchez.last_img read more

Patrick Roberts out injured until February

first_img ¡Patrick Roberts, baja hasta febrero! EFE/Sport EN 08/12/2018 The young English attacker has lit up the league wih his electric football and earned a place in the side, but because of a hamstring injury in his right leg he suffered against Alaves on Wednesday in the Copa del Rey, he will be out until February.  CET Girona will be without forward Patrick Roberts for between 8-10 weeks, the club said in a statement. IN SPORT.ES Roberts starred in the game which saw Girona reach the last 16 for the first time in 69 years. The forward is on loan from Manchester City. Upd. at 15:39 last_img