Louisville quarterbacks coach Nick Petrino talks to reporters after practice Tuesday. Louisville football survived a scare against Western Kentucky, coming back in the second half in the 20-17 win last Saturday. Now, the Cards are in Charlottesville, Virginia, to take on Virginia in both teams' ACC opener. Before the game, check out beat writer Jake Lourim's keys to the game and a prediction as well as a look at Louisville's new starting quarterback: Malik Cunningham. Lourim also takes a look at how this game will be a matchup of two running QBs.
Courtesy: Virginia Athletics CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia men's and women's swimming and diving teams announced their 2018-19 schedules on Monday (Sept. 17). The Cavaliers will host five dual meets throughout the season at the Virginia Aquatic and Fitness Center. “We are excited to get the 2018-19 season underway,” head coach Todd DeSorbo said. “Our goal is to challenge our teams each and every time we go out to compete. As such, we look to put together a competitive schedule where our squads will have to dig deep to perform at a high level and come away with wins. The purpose of our schedule is to prepare our men and women for the championship season, the ACCs and the NCAAs. We are looking
The president of a Vallejo children's charity who arranged to meet a 14-year-old girl for sexual contact in San Francisco was met instead by police, officials say. Bryan Rosenthal, 45, of Vallejo, was arrested on Tuesday when he showed up to meet the girl, police said on Thursday. The San Francisco Police Department's Internet Crimes Against Children unit began investigating Rosenthal in early September, authorities said. The unit found that Rosenthal had allegedly tried to send graphic images to the child. Upon his arrest, police took Rosenthal's cell phone and discovered that he was having “sexually explicit” conversations with other minors and was attempting to meet some of them too, authorities
Rick Steves Fascism: A Free ScreeningEdmonds Center for the Arts Wednesday, Oct. 17, 7pm My new documentary about fascism in Europe is debuting now across the USA on public TV — and I'm hosting a free screening in Edmonds. I hope you can join us: www.ricksteves.com/travel-tips/travel-classes/fascism-screening For decades in my travels, I gathered impressions about Europe's experience with fascism. The powerful sights and physical remains of that period inspired me to weave their important lessons into a new, one-hour special: "The Story of Fascism in Europe." In the special, we travel back a century to learn how fascism rose and then fell in Europe — taking millions of people with it. Our goals:
Bart Alsbrook resigned as interim police chief of an Oklahoma town late last August, after he was revealed as the former leader of a neo-Nazi group. One year later, he has a job at a different police department 15 miles away. Alsbrook, 50, is the former Texas coordinator of Blood & Honour USA, a racist skinhead group with neo-Nazi ties. He also ran a pair of neo-Nazi video and music companies and a skinhead website glorifying pictures of racist beatdowns, and was charged with the attempted murder of another skinhead—but had his case dropped when the alleged victim refused to testify. Those ties came to light when Alsbrook was named interim police chief of Colbert, Oklahoma last year, leading
1 Confederate grave: Relatives of Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest are demanding $30 million from the city of Memphis and a nonprofit to move his remains from a Tennessee park and settle a lawsuit over the takedown of a statue of the former Ku Klux Klan leader. Forrest's family members are suing the city and Memphis Greenspace Inc. over the statue's removal from Health Sciences Park in December. Memphis used a loophole in a Tennessee historical preservation law by selling the park for $1,000 to Greenspace, a private nonprofit. Greenspace then removed the monument. But Forrest's remains are still buried at the park. A letter filed in a Nashville court said Forrest's relatives want $5.6
To the editor: Any activity by pro-Palestinian advocates and the so-called boycott, divestment and sanctions movement that makes pro-Israel Jewish students uncomfortable to the point they are afraid to exercise their freedom to advocate for Israel is discriminatory, anti-Semitic and a violation of those Jewish students' right of free speech. (“Is speech critical of Israel anti-Semitic? In a case that could redefine campus politics, Trump administration weighs in,” Sept. 14)
Travel waivers, including baggage and in cabin pet fees, in place CHICAGO , Sept. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- United Airlines is continuing to monitor Hurricane Florence, which is predicted to make landfall ...
The Latest on Hurricane Florence's impact on college football (all times local): 4:15 p.m. Virginia is moving its football game against Ohio to Nashville, Tennessee due to Hurricane Florence's approach. Cavaliers athletic director Carla Williams says safety is the top priority in the decision. Relocating the game also will allow emergency personnel in the Charlottesville, Virginia area to focus on regional needs brought by the hurricane. The Cavaliers (1-1) will face Ohio (1-0) on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. at Vanderbilt Stadium. Admission will be free. 2:45 p.m. Several schools in Virginia and South Carolina aren't waiting to adjust their schedules with Hurricane Florence looming. In South Carolina,