*31 Oct 2019 *Cash rate *RBA cuts to *Same as scenario *Trade talks *All dwellings unchanged 0.5% by April 2020 1 HOWEVER collapse *Economy *Trade wars stabilise *APRA *Economy recovering *Economy stable intervention weakening *AUD ranges *No APRA occurs mid 2020 *RBA cuts between US$0.65 intervention cash rate and US$0.75 to zero by *No APRA end 2020. intervention until *QE starts late 2020 at earliestPerth -8.7% +3% to +6% +4% to +7% +3% to +6% -6% to -2%Brisbane -1.1% +3% to +6% +4% to +7% +3% to +6% -3% to +1%Darwin -9.2% -5% to -2% -4% to -1% -5% to -2% -7% to -3%Melbourne -1% +11% to +15% +12% to +17% +5% to +9% 0% to +4%Sydney -2.5% +10% to +14% +11% to +16% +4% to +8% 0% to +4%Adelaide -0.9% +1% to +4% +1% to +4% +1% to +4% -2% to +2%Hobart +2.6% +5% to +8% +6% to +9% +4% to +7% +3% to +6%Canberra +2% +3% to +7% +4% to +8% +2% to +5% +4% to +7%Capital city -2.5% +7% to +11% +8% to +13% +4% to +7% -1% to +3% average (Source: SQM Research) Houses and apartment buildings are seen in the Brisbane suburbs of Paddington and Petrie Terrace. Image: AAP/Darren England.In the best case scenario for Brisbane, prices are forecast to rise between four and seven per cent if interest rates are cut to 0.5 per cent by April 2020.And the worst case would be if interest rates are cut to zero, which SQM predicts would trigger price falls.SQM Research managing director Louis Christopher said Brisbane’s improving economic outlook and recovery in mining investment was set to benefit the housing market.“An increase in mining investment is coming through as we speak and that’s going to be a nice job creator for the city,” Mr Christopher said.The forecast is for Sydney home prices to rise between 10 per cent and 14 per cent and Melbourne prices to jump by 11 per cent to 15 per cent. SQM Research managing director Louis Christopher.But while Sydney and Melbourne home values are set for a sharp rebound, Mr Christopher said he had doubts about the sustainability of the recovery in those “overvalued” markets.“Long term, our two largest housing markets look vulnerable and forever reliant on cheap credit,” he said. “Brisbane is definitely offering better value for money for those who decide to move from Sydney to Melbourne.“The problem in the past has been people will come from the south but struggle to get jobs, but the economy’s picking up and I think there will be more white collar jobs on offer in Brisbane over 2020 and 2021, which may well encourage more buyers from down south.”Mr Christopher said he also anticipated a recovery in Brisbane’s rental market in 2020, with rents forecast to increase between three and five per cent.“Brisbane is increasingly facing a shortage of rental accommodation after years of being in surplus,” he said.“Vacancy rates are consistently falling and it has turned into a landlord’s market.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago Brisbane’s vacancy rates are increasingly becoming tighter. Picture: Stewart Mclean.From an investment perspective, Mr Christopher said Brisbane’s eastern suburbs were most likely to outperform.“When I look at rental vacancy rates, they tend to be tighter in Brisbane’s east than other regions,” he said.“I think it’s a matter of lifestyle. The bulk of residents, if they were going to pick a region in which to live, would probably pick Brisbane’s east.” It comes as the NAB changes its expected timing for the next interest rate cut.The bank now expects the Reserve Bank of Australia to slash the official cash rate to 0.5 per cent in February 2020 — and potentially announce a package of unconventional policy should there be a need to provide further stimulus to the economy going forward. MORE: The Qld city climbing the global property richlist The NAB expects the RBA to cut interest rates again in February, 2020. Image: AAP/Dan Himbrechts.“To be clear, we think that the RBA should actually provide a further interest rate cut next month with private sector growth remaining weak and little evidence to date that prior easing or the tax rebates has done enough to offset the weakness in the economy,” the bank said in a note to clients. “However, for now, the RBA appears to be in a holding pattern, while it assesses the impact of prior rate cuts and ‘the gentle turning point’. “We see an improvement in growth over time but not to a sufficiently strong rate of growth to prevent the unemployment rate beginning to rise. “At the same time, the government does not seem to be inclined to provide material fiscal stimulus in the near term, which increases the need for the RBA to ease further (including a further rate cut and unconventional policy) should our forecast of a deteriorating labour market materialise.” This house at 35 Railway Rd, Fairfield, is for sale.Brisbane couple Kimiora, 25, and Michael Bennallack, 33, are selling their house in Fairfield and hope to make a profit so they can upgrade to a bigger home in the area.They spent the past three years renovating it and are ready to move on to their next project.Mrs Bennallack said access to cheaper credit and the recent interest rate cuts, coupled with the prospect of more to come, had helped them to achieve their goals more quickly.“We refinanced our mortgage at the start of the year, which was really good, and the rate cuts have given us a bit more money in our pockets to do things around the house and give it more street appeal,” Mrs Bennallack said.Marketing agent Maree Grieve of Place – Annerley said the property had already gone under contract after its first open home on Saturday.“We had 29 groups of buyers through, multiple offers and it went under contract on Monday,” Ms Grieve said.“I think what we’re finding is there are definitely a lot more first home buyers in the market because money’s so cheap at the moment. People are saving and buying insteade of renting.” MIchael and Kimiora Bennallack outside their first home, which they renovated and are now selling in Fairfield. The couple wants to upgrade to a bigger house in the area. Image: AAP/John Gass.RECORD low interest rates and cheap credit could boost Brisbane home prices by up to seven per cent in one year, a new report reveals.SQM Research’s Housing Boom and Bust Report for 2020, released today, forecasts an increase in home prices in the Queensland capital of between three and seven per cent — a recovery from the sluggish growth recorded in the first half of 2019.The base case scenario forecast assumes no changes in interest rates and no intervention by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), in which case SQM predicts Brisbane home prices would increase between three and six per cent. RELATED: Brisbane still affordability capital City Actuals 2020 2020 2020 2020 Scenario 1 Scenario 2 Scenario 3 Scenario 4
Tabanou said he was impressed with the way Swansea, who finished a club-best eighth in the Barclays Premier League last season, handled negotiations. “Once I spoke to the manager (Garry Monk) and the chairman (Huw Jenkins) my mind was made up because I realised they really wanted me. Again, it all matched,” he said. “I was particularly impressed with the manager because he knew everything about me. I was also touched by the fact that he said I was a top signing for Swansea. “I am keen to show I am able to perform in the Premier League – the best league in the world.” Swansea have also confirmed the appointment of former Wales international Tony Roberts as their new first-team goalkeeping coach. Roberts, who joins from Arsenal, replaces Javier Garcia who has returned to his home in Spain for personal reasons after 12 months in south Wales. Swansea manager Monk said: “Tony comes with an excellent reputation as a forward-thinking, modern and knowledgeable goalkeeping coach. “I’ve got no doubt that his talents will strengthen the club’s backroom staff and keep improving and pushing the goalkeepers forward.” Swansea have announced the signing of St Etienne’s Franck Tabanou on a three-year contract. “Tabanou has plenty of experience having played in the Europa League and previously the Uefa Cup, while he has 12 caps for his country at U21 level,” said a Swansea statement on a transfer which is subject to Premier League and international clearance. Paris-born Tabanou’s senior career began at Toulouse where he made nearly 140 appearances before joining St Etienne in the summer of 2013. He scored four goals in 65 appearances in two seasons at St Etienne, twice helping Les Verts into the Europa League with fourth and fifth-placed finishes in Ligue 1. Tabanou described his move to Swansea as the “perfect match” after also attracting interesting from Russian and Turkish clubs. “Swansea is a very good Premier League club and I believe it’s the right move forward for me at this stage of my career,” Tabanou told the club’s official website. “I wanted to come to Swansea because I believe we are the perfect match. “I was aware of Swansea’s interest in me for a while, but unfortunately it didn’t happen back in January. “But I’ve been watching them closely ever since and I like the way they play the game; their whole philosophy on football.” The versatile former France Under-21 international, who can operate on the left side of defence or attack, becomes Swansea’s second summer signing following the capture of Ghana forward Andre Ayew on a free transfer from Marseille. Swansea confirmed the arrival of Tabanou, who they tried to sign during the January transfer window, on the official club website and it is understood they will pay around £3.5million for the 26-year-old, who will primarily provide competition for Wales left-back Neil Taylor. Press Association
In the history of the Super Bowl, only two running backs have ever had 100 or more yards receiving. Their names? James White, who did it in last year’s Super Bowl, and Corey Clement who did it Sunday. The two were teammates at the University of Wisconsin in 2013 when Clement backed up White and fellow Badger great Melvin Gordon. Sunday in Minneapolis, it was Clement and the Eagles who got the better of White and his Patriots. Clement’s impact on the game cannot be understated. In addition to tallying more than 100 yards receiving, he was involved in arguably two of the biggest plays of the night. He executed a 55-yard reception — the longest play for either team all night — and amazingly, was only his third-biggest play of the night.The first of these two game-changing plays happened in the second quarter on a critical fourth and goal.NFL pass interference unfair, should adopt NCAA rulesThere’s nothing quite like an opponent penalty in college football. The student section breaks into chants and jeers, mocks the Read… Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson elected to forego a field goal attempt and go for a touchdown. His play call was genius and it all began with a direct snap to rookie running back Corey Clement.Clement fielded the snap instead of Eagles quarterback Nick Foles. He then rolled to his left and flipped the ball to tight end, and former high school quarterback, Tre Burton. Burton reversed field and threw a strike to quarterback Nick Foles who had slipped out of the backfield — virtually unnoticed — and was wide open in the end zone. In a postgame interview, a reporter asked Clement about what he thought prior to running such a risky play. His response: “Believing in Coach Peterson’s philosophy. You can’t second guess it.” Clement and the rest of the Eagles bought into the risky play and it resulted in a momentum-changing touchdown and a 10-point lead on the mighty New England Patriots heading into halftime. In the third quarter, Clement once again heard his number called. The Eagles held a slim 22-19 lead at this point when quarterback Nick Foles dropped back and delivered an over-the-shoulder strike to Clement in the back of the end zone. Clement just barely kept his feet in bounds as he hauled in the catch, or so he thought. The referees put the play under replay review which lasted for an agonizingly long time.When asked postgame by reporters what was going through his head during the review Clement said that he prayed to himself, “‘Please don’t take this away from me’ because you never know when these moments are going to come back.”Fergusons and Benzschawels find unique experience in playing with their siblings on the fieldA lot of the atmosphere in football centers around the mentality that there is a brotherhood to the sport, and Read…No matter how much he goes on to accomplish in his career, it is difficult to imagine any career-defining moment eclipsing this one.On the other side of the ball, James White, another former Badger and star of last year’s Super Bowl comeback, had a very strong day himself. White finished the contest with 45 rushing yards, 21 receiving yards and a touchdown — his fourth overall in the last two Super Bowls. He has been a valuable member of the Patriots for the past two seasons.Former Badger defensive tackle Beau Allen also played in the game, recording two tackles for the Eagles. Meanwhile, former Badger Chris Maragos missed the game with a knee injury.Future appears bright for Wisconsin’s NFL prospectsThe University of Wisconsin has a history of sending players off to successful careers in the NFL. Let’s take a Read…The success of these two running backs is no aberration and follows a consistent trend of Badger running backs finding success in the NFL. Ron Dayne, Montee Ball and breakout, NFL pro bowler Melvin Gordon are just some examples, to name a few. Current UW freshman Jonathan Taylor looks to be next in the seemingly never-ending assembly line of Wisconsin running backs who to move on to NFL success. He’ll have to wait at least another two years until his NFL chance though as pro rules require players to complete their junior season of college football before being eligible for the pros and he is still a true freshman.While Clement’s overnight success in the Super Bowl may be a surprise to some, it shouldn’t be. After all, the Badgers do have a long history of dominating in Minnesota.
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Meanwhile, Twitter is filled up with savage reprimands towards the Serbian tennis star, as the witty hashtag ‘#Djokovid’ gets trending.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Getty/TwitterSince Dimitrov becoming the first positive case from the event, the final match between Djokovic and Rublev was dropped, and the rest of the players were also put to test. Now with two more players Ćorić and Troicki confirmed to have contracted the virus, the global Tennis fandom has become furious on Djokovic’s irresponsibility on hosting a tournament and also attending a late night party with other players, while professional tennis itself isn’t returning to action until August.From revered tennis stars around the world tweeting their opinion on the incident, to journalists and netizens getting the #Djokovid hashtag up to trending with savage tweets and memes, below here are some of the best reactions on Djokovic and his blunder of the event and partying.Advertisement World number 1 tennis player.World number 1 dickhead. https://t.co/otDkfV8q1u— Francis Leach (@SaintFrankly) June 23, 2020You know you really screwed up when Nick Kyrgios calls you irresponsible. #Djokovic— Sid Seixeiro (@Sid_Seixeiro) June 23, 2020The Adria Tour became a real-life Greek tragedy for Djokovic: he was the protagonist, he thought it was well-intentioned, but his hubris meant he lost touch with reality and caused his downfall. And with a sad 2020 twist: public health was risked. It was frankly indefensible.— Matt Roberts (@Roberts96Matt) June 23, 2020Your hubris and idea of invincibility caused this ! No other explanation . very sad how reckless & careless this event was ! What will happen if kids attending the event get sick? God forbid any deaths . This will impact the rest of your career! #djokovid19 #Djokovic #DjoCovid— Cdiehl (@DiehlCL) June 24, 2020Djoke is on you? #Djokovid https://t.co/RoOZS0WY9W— Elon Mask (@anirudhmathad) June 23, 2020″…the party of #COVID19 is here?” #Djokovic #COVIDー19 #COVIDIOTS #DjoCovid #Djokovid pic.twitter.com/ZfkdKhZom9— Isher (@isherD) June 23, 2020Federer, Nadal and the respective fanbases right now 🤣🤣#djocovid pic.twitter.com/d5tUYZ4Vp3— Rushil Soni (@rushilRFsoni) June 22, 2020Djokovic and wife tested positive#DjoCovid pic.twitter.com/F0IRWNlpDN— Jithin.K (@JithinK94134321) June 23, 2020Waiting for a statement and the Test results of Novak #Djokovic and teamIt might never come. Even if it comes it might be fabricated.Not even an apology after putting the lives of thousands at stake.Even an iota of respect (if I had any) I had for this guy is gone.#DjoCovid pic.twitter.com/oVkfUFgoTo— Srikanth Av (@Av_Srikanth) June 23, 2020Is this exhibition tennis tournament considered as «DjoCovid Party» 🦠 like those organized for «chickenpox party»? #covidparty #Djokovid or #DjoCovid party 🦠🤔— Van-Hung (@LapinRoyal) June 23, 2020An unfortunate outcome for #Djokovic , unless he meant to test his new nickname #Djokovid @nytimes— Olivier Scaramucci (@OScaramucci) June 23, 2020Now waiting for #djokovic ‘s dad to come out at Roger for #Djokovid testing positive for #coronavirus . And his #NoleFam to join the wagon. I don’t know how but somehow his dad will find fault with Roger for everything.One thing is proved: trophies ain’t everything. #AdriaTour— Srikanth Av (@Av_Srikanth) June 23, 2020What @DjokerNole thinks about vaccine: I am opposed to vaccination and I wouldn’t want to be forced by someone to take a vaccine in order to be able to travel. But if it becomes compulsory, what will happen? I will have to make a decision. #DjoCovid— R F (@RSAustria18) June 23, 2020#DjoCovid the Number ☝🏼Bummer pic.twitter.com/8zmjAFqaxa— Adnan Rizvi (@Adnantweetings) June 23, 2020#Djokovic proved why he is called the Joker. #DjoCovid— Suryanarayan Ganesh (@gsurya) June 23, 2020Do you trust professional tennis players to make smart, responsible choices when it comes to life during a pandemic?— Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) June 22, 2020Raise your hand if you want to play tennis and get some corona? #Djokovic #TuesdayThoughts pic.twitter.com/W51SPuPGY8— Los Angeles Memes (@losangelesmemes) June 23, 2020If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comAlso read-Novak Djokovic’s coach defends star after burst of Covid-19 cases in charity tennis eventThe Undertaker’s retirement ends the last mythological lore of pro-wrestling Advertisement
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PBA IMAGESANTIPOLO — Rain or Shine overcame a big second half by Matthew Wright and Phoenix to win, 116-111, in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup Wednesday at Ynares Center here.The Elasto Painters blew an 18-point lead before holding off the Fuel Masters thanks to timely plays from Raymond Almazan, Jericho Cruz and Gabe Norwood down the stretch.ADVERTISEMENT “Lucky that we won the game. I felt in the third quarter our energy wasn’t there after our good start,” said ROS head coach Caloy Garcia. “We just woke up in the fourth quarter.”“Matthew Wright today played like an import. I told the players you cant relax against Phoenix,” he added after his team stayed in the hunt for the top four slots with a 5-3 slate.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutA followup dunk by Gabe Norwood off a miss by Almazan gave the Painters a 115-110 cushion with 54.4 seconds left. Almazan then made a free throw and swatted away Phoenix import Brandon Brown’s drive attempt inside the last 10 seconds to seal Rain or Shine’s fifth win.Almazan posted a double-double with 25 points on 10-of-15 shooting from the field and 11 rebounds with three blocks to boot. BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Read Next WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding View comments E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad J’Nathan Bullock scored Rain or Shine’s first 17 points and already had 24 points by halftime. But he cooled off in the second half to finish the game with 33 points built on seven 3-pointers.Wright led Phoenix’s comeback, firing 17 points in the third quarter to erase a 16-point deficit. The Fil-Canadian deadshot exploded for a game-high 36 points while Brown added 33 points and 20 rebounds.The loss eliminated the Fuel Masters from playoff contention as they reeled to their eighth straight setback for a lowly 2-8 mark with only a game left.Jeff Chan struggled in his first game against his former team. He scored only six points on 2-of-5 shooting from the field.ADVERTISEMENT Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games02:04PBA Season 43: Rain or Shine Elastopainters01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Pumaren wants better decision-making from UE after 2nd loss Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City MOST READ LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary LATEST STORIES
The Ohio State basketball team is expected to blow out non-Division I teams, but In the Buckeyes’ Tuesday exhibition game meeting with Walsh, OSU was only 12 points better than the NCAA Division II foe. In their first competitive action since falling in the 2012 NCAA Tournament’s Final Four round, the Buckeyes, ranked No. 4 in the Associated Press preseason top 25 poll, continued prep work for the 2012-13 season with a 83-71 exhibition game win against the Cavaliers Tuesday at the Schottenstein Center. OSU returns three starters – junior forward Deshaun Thomas and junior guards Aaron Craft and Lenzelle Smith Jr. – from the 2011-12 team that finished with a 31-8 overall record on its way to a national semifinal appearance. That trio combined for 36 points in the game with Thomas leading the way with 25 points on 9-of-17 shooting. Craft said Walsh deserved credit for forcing a close result. “They came in and weren’t backing down. We’ve got a lot of things to learn, a long way to go,” Craft said. “The best thing about it is it’s still October.” OSU will compete in one additional closed-door exhibition game before opening the 2012-13 season at the Carrier Classic on the deck of the USS Yorktown against Marquette Nov. 9, in Charleston, S.C. The score was hardly of consequence in the game, though Walsh might have raised some eyebrows after leading OSU for most of the first half and then keeping the final score close as well. The first half was a period of experimentation for OSU coach Thad Matta. The Buckeyes used nine different combinations of players in the opening 20 minutes, and every scholarship player except junior guard Alex Rogers saw time. Perhaps due to the closer-than-expected outcome, Rogers never made it into the game, nor did walk-on sophomore forward Jake Lorbach. In what might have been a glimpse into the team’s future, Matta went with a towering starting lineup, choosing Thomas, Smith Jr., Craft, 6-foot-8 sophomore forward LaQuinton Ross, and 6-foot-11 sophomore center Amir Williams for the start. Thomas said part of the challenge against Walsh was adjusting to the personnel changes. “Coach (Matta), he said he was going to try different guys. That was going to be a test,” Thomas said. “It worked though. A couple players were off to the side by themselves and, you know, that’s what coach is trying to see. He just wants us to stand in a circle and, you know, (There were) a couple guys out of that circle today, but it was a test. Like Craft said, it’s October. We’re going to be a better basketball team.” Matta said the lineup changes may have stunted the Buckeyes’ abilities in the game and he expected that. “I knew going in I was going to start a different starting lineup,” Matta said. “(We were) throwing a lot of different guys in there, which I was OK with. I was OK that we didn’t play as well as we probably wanted to play.” Despite trailing in the early stages of the contest, OSU took the lead for good at the 2:10 mark in the period when Thomas spun to the rack and laid the ball in as he was fouled. The score and the free throw to follow put the Buckeyes up, 29-27. OSU scrambled on the final possession of the half before Craft heaved a last-second 3-pointer to send the Buckeyes into break with a 39-30 lead. Despite the lead, OSU was out-rebounded in the half, 20-13. The Cavaliers didn’t go away quietly in the second half. Walsh senior forward Kenny Kornowski kept his NCAA Division II team in contention with 12 points in the game on 6-of-15 shooting from the floor. Walsh sophomore forward Jeff Copeland also aided in keeping the Cavaliers competitive as he scored 16 points on 6-of-9 shooting for the visitors. OSU was visibly frustrated in the second half – players clapped in frustration after missed baskets. The team’s anticipated fast-tempo offense was more than Walsh could cope with, though. During OSU’s Oct. 11 media day, players and coaches spoke of the fast-tempo offense and they backed up that talk in the second half against the Cavaliers. The fast-paced offense gave the Buckeyes the points they needed to hold off a Walsh rally. OSU rotated the same 10 players in and out of the game, and closed out the win by the 12-point margin. “It’s frustrating any time you’re losing in a game,” Craft said. “It’s something that you need to experience and you can’t really teach how to play through that, so, facing adversity and facing when things kind of aren’t going your way, that’s something we’re going to have to deal with throughout the year. It’s already hit us. We already have a little taste.”
OSU senior quarterback Braxton Miller warms up for the first session of fall practice Aug. 4 at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center in Columbus. Miller missed the entirety of spring practice after undergoing shoulder surgery.Credit: Tim Moody / Lantern sports editorOhio State senior quarterback Braxton Miller is expected to miss the entire 2014 season after re-injuring his shoulder Monday, according to a Tuesday afternoon ESPN report.Miller, expected to be a Heisman Trophy candidate this season, re-injured his throwing shoulder at practice Monday afternoon, a source close to the team told Lantern TV.According to the source, the team had not yet been informed of Miller’s status as of early Tuesday afternoon.He originally injured the shoulder last season in OSU’s loss to Clemson in the Orange Bowl. After undergoing offseason shoulder surgery, Miller was held out of spring practice and limited through the first portion of fall practice.OSU co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Tom Herman said Miller was held out of the throwing portions of a Monday morning practice, but was expected to through in the afternoon. That second session was when Miller re-injured his shoulder while throwing the ball.In between practices, Miller said he was “100 percent,” despite experiencing muscle soreness stemming from the shoulder surgery throughout camp.Miller, a native of Huber Heights, Ohio, missed two full games and most of a third in 2013 as a junior. Then-backup Kenny Guiton replaced him and led the Buckeyes to three wins.On Saturday, OSU coach Urban Meyer said redshirt-freshman J.T. Barrett had moved ahead of redshirt-sophomore Cardale Jones in the team’s backup quarterback battle. Herman said the OSU offense has moved the ball better when Barrett is on the field, as opposed to Jones, so far in fall camp.Barrett’s only experience for the Scarlet and Gray outside of practice came in OSU’s 2014 Spring Game when he finished 17 of 33 on pass attempts and racked up 151 yards through the air.OSU’s 2014 season is scheduled to begin at noon Aug. 30 against Navy at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is certain that his team have proved themselves against the top sides, despite losing their last match 3-1 against Manchester CityThe Argentine’s side hosted the newly-crowned Premier League champions at Wembley on Saturday and were defeated 3-1 in a convincing display from City.The result marked their first league defeat in 14 matches, since their last meeting with City back in December. But Pochettino was nevertheless positive about Spurs’ prospects.“After 14 games unbeaten, it was a massive, massive run for us,” said Pochettino, according to Football365.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“We played Liverpool, United, Arsenal, Chelsea and 14 games unbeaten I think the players deserve full credit.“We are disappointed but not frustrated or sad because when we increased our level and showed our real quality we showed we can compete against Manchester City – the best team in England.“That is why I am not concerned about the future. Yes it was 20 minutes where we were really poor but I am not worried because I think the team competed really well.”