first_imgThat’s not new. Link to post 0 Sports Logos NEW UNI WATCH 0 Forums Home SportsLogos.Net Followers 0 Posted June 27, 2006 0 SportsLogos.Net 1 Titanium Eagle Titanium Eagle Location:nyc Share on other sites Sign in to follow this   NEW UNI WATCH Sports Logo News Recommended Posts Share this post By Bearcats, June 27, 2006 in Sports Logo News Followers 0 Sports Logos 1 Bearcats Link to post Members Share this post Share on other sites Location:Philadelphia, PA Posted June 27, 2006 All Activity Go To Topic Listing This topic is now closed to further replies. All Activity 276 posts 843 posts Sign in to follow this   0 Bearcats 0 Forums Home Members 1 Sports Logo News NEW UNI WATCHlast_img read more

Strong says he’s happy at Texas

first_imgAUSTIN, Texas (AP) — First-year Texas coach Charlie Strong says he’s happy where he is and has a lot of work to do with the Longhorns.The first question Monday at Strong’s weekly news conference was about interest in the Florida job after the weekend announcement that Will Muschamp will not return next season. Strong responded that “I have a great job here” at Texas with more work to do.The Longhorns (6-5) have won three in a row to become bowl eligible. They close the season against No. 5 TCU (9-1) on Thanksgiving.Strong won a national championship as Florida’s defensive coordinator before coaching Louisville.He has a guaranteed five-year contract that will pay him more than $25 million. It has no buyout for his salary if he leaves for another program.last_img read more

Club signing Aston Villa player looking likelier, alternative has ‘significant fee’

first_imgIt’s reported Slovan Bratislava’s Andraz Sporar and Aston Villa’s Jonathan Kodjia are the two main candidates for Besiktas. According to Fotomac, signing Kodjia at this stage is likelier than the Istanbul club bringing in Sporar.Sporar’s club Slovan Bratislava are likely to demand a ‘significant fee’ for the Slovenian striker, but Fotomac say Villa are happy to let Kodjia leave in the next window.The player will be out of contract at the end of the season and the Premier League side could look to cash-in before they lose him on a free transfer.The Ivorian striker has been a bit-part player for Dean Smith’s side this season and may look to move to another club to get more regular first-team football.With the summer arrivals Kodjia has found himself down the pecking order and subsequently has rarely Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Strategy Game is AddictiveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoSmart Tech TrendOver 55? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoInstant Voice Translator43 Languages Instant Voice Translator Flying Off Shelves in Hong KongInstant Voice TranslatorUndoGrepolis – Online Free GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this Game! Already 35 Million PlayersGrepolis – Online Free GameUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndo Fotomac claim Besiktas have identified two strikers and one of them will join the Super Lig side when the January transfer window opens.last_img read more

IPL sponsorship for Rs 220 crore – NEWS 360 – SPORTS

first_imgNew Delhi: The Indian Premier League has acquired the sponsorship fantasy game startup Dream 11 for the year 2020. It is reported that Dream XI has been selected as the sponsor for Rs 222 crore. Vivo, a Chinese sponsor, has been stepping down as sponsor for a year. Following this, Indian companies came forward to sponsor themselves.Dream 11 is a fantasy game startup started by two Indian entrepreneurs. Dream 11 will be able to remain a sponsor of the IPL for three years. But if Vivo comes back next year, Dream 11 will have to give way. Dream 11, Baijus App, Tata Sons and Reliance Jio have been approached for sponsorship. Vivo has been left without a new sponsor for a year after India’s diplomatic relations with China were shaken.Tata already has sponsorship in the IPL. However, this is the first time she has applied for a title sponsorship. The Baijus app currently sponsors the team’s jersey. Vivo has already won sponsorship for five years at a cost of Rs 440 crore a year. Excluding Vivo this year will give them the opportunity to sponsor the title for one more year than previously stated in the contract. In addition to the loss of Vivo, the BCCI is also trying to make up for the financial loss of Kovid’s.last_img read more

Flacco turns down invitation to Pro Bowl

first_imgRavens quarterback Joe Flacco has never made the Pro Bowl, but he’s choosing family over an invitation at the conclusion of his seventh year.With many fans surprised to see Matt Ryan and Andy Dalton selected to replace the Super Bowl-bound Tom Brady and the injured Aaron Rodgers, it turns out Flacco was invited to participate in Sunday’s game in Arizona. However, the 30-year-old elected to remain with his wife, Dana, who is expecting the couple’s third child this month.Ravens wide receiver and teammate Torrey Smith broke the news via his official Twitter account after initially questioning why Dalton was chosen for the game instead of Flacco.Ok it is because of the baby….so calm down folks haha— Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) January 20, 2015 In his only season under offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak — who has now become the head coach of the Denver Broncos — Flacco set career highs in passing yards (3,986) and touchdown passes (27). His 91.0 passer rating was his highest since the 2010 season, and Flacco completed 62.0 percent of his passes, the third-highest completion percentage of his career.In addition to head coach John Harbaugh coaching one of the rosters, the Ravens are sending four players to this year’s Pro Bowl including linebackers Elvis Dumervil and C.J. Mosley and right guard Marshal Yanda. Initially a first alternate, running back Justin Forsett was added to the game last week after Houston’s Arian Foster bowed out with an injury.Vinny Testaverde is the only quarterback in franchise history to be chosen for the Pro Bowl, and that selection came in the Ravens’ inaugural 1996 season.last_img read more

International Esports Federation elects new board

first_imgThe International Esports Federation (IESF) has elected a new board at its General Meeting for the period from 2019 to 2022.The board includes six members, each from a different nation, with four continents represented.Photo credit: International Esports FederationRELATED: British Esports Association adds advisory board membersThe International Esports Federation, a South Korean-based non-profit organisation, was established in 2008. It includes 56 member nations, with Macau being the most recent to join in July 2016.The new board consists of the following members:– Colin Webster, President (South Africa)– Vlad Marinescu, Vice President (USA)– His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Khalifah Al-Nahayan, Board (U.A.E)– Young Man Kim, Board (South Korea)– Ido Brosh, Board (Israel)– Boban Totovski, Board (Macedonia)Webster commented on the development in a release: “This year’s board are full of leaders in their own right with a proven track record. His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Khalifah Al-Nahayan, Young Man Kim and Vlad Marinescu have [history] in sports and specifically esports administration.“We are extremely grateful to have His Highness Sheikh Sultan, who is already into his fifth term as a President of an Asian Sports federation. Vlad, former Director General of GAISF (formerly known as SportAccord) and the father of esports, Mr. Young Man Kim provides both wisdom and insight that adds immeasurable value.”The federation’s news was accompanied by a statement that its elections demonstrated “that it is the only body to truly represent the entire esports community (athletes, organizations, and publishers) through its democratic structures.”Today also marked the launch of the Global Esports Federation, a new body set up to govern the ecosystem, with Tencent announced as its founding global partner.Esports Insider says: The federation’s closing statement, while not mentioning the GEF directly, provides a tacit reminder of the differences between the two bodies. The new board will have its hands full if it is to continue to act as a unifying global presence across an industry increasingly subject to conflicting commercial interests.Join our Discord Server!last_img read more

DreamHack and Sport1 continue content partnership

first_imgEvent organiser DreamHack has extended its content partnership with German sports network Sport1 to cover two Dota 2 events.As part of the deal, Sport1 will broadcast DreamLeague Season 13 on January 24-26th and a yet-to-be-announced event later in the year on eSports1.Photo credit: DreamHackRELATED: DreamHack enters content partnership with Sport1Taking place at DreamHack Leipzig, DreamLeague Season 13 is the first Major of the 2020 Dota Pro Circuit season. The event will have a $1,000,000 (£776,005) prize pool and offers teams an opportunity to gain DPC points towards qualifying for The International 10.Marcus Lindmark, Co-CEO of DreamHack commented on the extended deal: “We’re proud that SPORT1 has chosen to continue working with DreamHack and to broadcast our content to their many viewers in 2020. The broadcast of DreamLeague Season 13, the first Dota 2 DPC Major of 2020, on eSPORTS1 will make it accessible for all German Dota 2 fans that can’t attend the event and help further increase the hype around the tournament.”In the first year of the deal, Sports1 broadcast five Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Rocket League events from DreamHack live on its eSports1 channel.RELATED: Hearthstone Masters Tour enlists ESL and DreamHackDaniel von Busse, Board Member of Sport1 GmbH said: “We have been working with DreamHack this year and continue our successful partnership in 2020 – with DreamHack on board as an experienced content partner at eSPORTS1.“The Dota 2 Major in Leipzig will be a highlight with a prize pool of one million dollars starting on Friday, January 24th – a special date as our esports channel eSPORTS1 celebrates its first anniversary on this day. In addition, we were also able to extend our media partnership with DreamHack Leipzig and will again report on one of the largest national gaming festivals in 2020.”Esports Insider says: Since the deal has been renewed, it seems safe to say that the partnership went well in its first year. The reduction in the amount of events covered this time round may not seem like a good thing, but picking major Dota 2 events seems like a trial run to see which titles perform best on the network.Subscribe to ESI on YouTubelast_img read more

Emotional moment as ‘Patty’s Bill’ becomes law

first_imgPatty Bernard watches with supporters as the Governor signs the bill.A woman with stage four breast cancer stood holding hands with two breast cancer survivors as Governor Branstad signed a bill into law today.The new law directs facilities that provide mammograms to let a woman know if she has dense breast tissue, so she can get an ultrasound in addition to a mammogram.Advocates say tumors can be obscured in mammograms if a woman has dense breast tissue. Branstad praised Patty Bernard of West Des Moines during his official bill signing ceremony.“Patty has advocated for breast density legislation for many years,” Branstad said. “As a result of Patty’s tireless work, I am proud to sign Senate File 250, which we are calling Patty’s Bill.”Several of the women who surrounded Branstad’s desk for the event were moved to tears.“We have a special pink copy of this bill,” Branstad said, getting an almost unison series of “Ahs,” from the crowd, who then applauded. “So Patty, you’re going to get this pink copy and this is the pen that I’m signing it with.”Many of the women present, including Lieutenant Governor Kim Reynolds, were wearing pink clothing. A group who called themselves “The Iowa Army of Pink” had lobbied for the bill for the past five years.“Each year, over 2,300 Iowans are diagnosed with breast cancer,” Branstad said. “In fact, breast cancer is the most common type of cancer diagnosed among females in Iowa.”Branstad said letting women know they have dense breast tissue that may hide tumors from being visible on a mammogram “will save lives” because those women may detect tumors earlier. Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Test cricket is privilege, not pressure, says SA’s new batting hero

first_imgThe mountain Pieter Malan had to climb to make his Test debut for South Africa has clearly made him a very grounded person and the 30-year-old provided some wonderful perspective on his far-from-easy career after his stoic innings of 84 in more than six hours in the Proteas second innings of the second Test against England at Newlands.Making his debut on his adopted home ground completed a journey that took the eldest of three talented brothers – the others being Andre and Janneman – from Nelspruit to Pretoria and then to Cape Town.Malan moved from Hoërskool Nelspruit to Waterkloof when his parents relocated to Pretoria for his final two years of schooling and duly made the SA Schools team in 2006/7.ALSO READ: Legendary Kallis has high praise for ‘fighter’ MalanHe made his first-class debut for Northerns that season but even though he went on to score 12 centuries in 50 matches for them, he just could not convert his prodigious talent into consistent success at franchise level.He only played 21 times for the powerful Titans outfit, averaging just 26.21.But a move to Western Province in 2013/14 proved the turning point in his career and within a year he was playing for the Cape Cobras. For the last five seasons he has averaged over 40 for them and when his Test chance finally came, he was clearly ready.He will not experience much more pressure than he did on the tense final day of the second Test at Newlands, batting and battling to try and save the match against a powerful and vocal English attack. And yet, it was not pressure that he felt.“That’s not pressure, that’s privilege. Pressure is playing semi-pro cricket, fighting for your career with nobody watching. To be playing in a Test match at Newlands, the ground full, with Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad running in … Wow! It felt like a video game at one stage. It’s been a tough journey but it has been worth it, and I’ve walked down those stairs on to that field a lot, playing for the Cobras, Western Province and even my club side [Durbanville] here.“I always just look at the mountain a bit and appreciate the scenery, it’s not like playing in Kimberley where you see nothing. I took a lot for granted when I was younger, I did myself no favours, I did not put in the hard work that was needed. I had limited opportunities and then I didn’t take them. So I thought playing for South Africa would never happen when I was younger,” Malan said.While the domestic structure seems to have fulfilled it’s filtering role judging by the excellent composure and technique Malan showed in the second Test, he gives a lot of credit for his renaissance to Cobras coach Ashwell Prince.“Ashwell has been massive for me, he gave me a chance back in franchise cricket. He played 66 Tests and averaged more than 40, so he has lived it and done it as far as cricket is concerned, and you listen to him. He’s a fantastic coach and I love playing for him. He’s especially good when it comes to the cat-and-mouse of you as a batsman improving, but then the bowlers spot something different and move on to targeting you in a different way. Mentally he really pushes you,” Malan said.For more sport your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.last_img read more

Burn truck hold-up

first_imgA TRUCK fire caused traffic chaos on Monday morning as the outbound lanes of the Pakenham Bypass was closed. Traffic…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img