Bryce Perkins has shown himself to be a dynamic runner and an accurate passer in his first three starts for Virginia, and the transfer quarterback feels like the Cavaliers have hardly scratched the surface of their potential. Virginia (2-1) hopes to be clicking on all cylinders when it opens Atlantic Coast Conference play Saturday against Louisville (2-1), a team that knows more than a little bit about quarterbacks that can do it all. ''Oh man, we have a lot more to show,'' Perkins said of the offense.
Chris Mack now has three top-100 recruits in '19
Since the beginning of the year the Home Office has been taking an in-depth look at the scale and nature of protests outside abortion clinics in England and Wales to see if more should be done to protect those attending them. Today, in a written statement, the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, concluded no new laws were needed and "introducing national buffer zones would not be a proportionate response". The British Medical Association (BMA) said it had "serious concerns" about the findings. Review Following concerns about the tactics of some protesters outside abortion clinics the Home Office began its review in January. It asked for evidence from abortion service providers and clients, anti-abortion
Actor and comedian Chelsea Peretti shared a slice of her life Friday evening and it wasn't pretty. But at least it was honest. SEE ALSO: 'Magic cake' is taking over the dessert world An Instagram photo the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star posted shows the most unusual cake-eating method: scraping out the inside, cake portions only: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Chelsea Peretti (@chelsanity) on Sep 14, 2018 at 9:38pm PDT Her proclamation that she's "not that into frosting" set everyone off. The frosting lovers were offended, while her fellow cake-only devotees hailed her as a hero. For others who like a healthy mix of cake and frosting, this was just bizarre cake-eating. FINE BY ME change the pic to the cake pic too MFckaaaaaaa https://t.co/LLE0saVdN0 — Chelsea Peretti (@chelseaperetti) September 16, 2018 On her Instagram, comments agreeing with her like, "All I want is the cake... why do I need globs of frosting," came in, while others were concerned about her, "Why u not finishing it." This is why I’d be a good +1, I only eat the frosting! — Ana Breton (@missbreton) September 15, 2018 This makes my heart hurt. Or maybe it's my love of frosting. — Vilhelm VonHeathenseed (@williehempseed) September 15, 2018 You people are monsters! pic.twitter.com/QydD1vrt5g — Next Phase (@lukecage050) September 16, 2018 The comments on Twitter and Instagram came flying in, to the point where Peretti herself noticed how her innocuous cake post had gone viral and really riled up folks. THE IMAGE I POSTED ON IG THAT HAS SET THE HOME-ON-FRIDAY INTERNET ABLAZE pic.twitter.com/HgnalYxKmR — Chelsea Peretti (@chelseaperetti) September 15, 2018 In some ways, Peretti is truly a cake purist. But that doesn't make her methods right. WATCH: Someone designed a toiletry kit you actually will want to use
Louisville coach Bobby Petrino is five years removed from his previous stop at Western Kentucky and has fond memories of the 2013 season on the Hilltoppers' sideline. Several Cardinal assistants followed him from Bowling Green, Kentucky when he returned to Louisville for his second coaching stint. Petrino maintains several friendships with people at Western Kentucky but he will wait to reminiscence about his past in Bowling Green until after the game.
The former University of Louisville coach talked at a Courier Journal book-signing and chat. Correction: A previous version of this story misidentified how long the KFC Yum Center has been open. It opened in 2010. As with many other recent moments in his career, Rick Pitino's first public return to Louisville was marked by conflict. The former University of Louisville basketball coach was torn between what he said was his desire for "closure" and the lingering bitterness from being fired in October amid a recruiting scandal. Eventually, he said, the former won out. “I'm not going to let a few people who have nothing to do with the University of Louisville spoil all my great memories of this
Churchill Downs Incorporated (“CDI”) (CHDN) is celebrating the grand opening of Derby City Gaming, a $65 million state-of-the-art historical racing machine (“HRM”) facility located at 4520 Poplar Level Road in Louisville, Kentucky. State and local officials and members of the horse racing community are joining the CDI team today to officially open the entertainment facility to the public. Derby City Gaming is a unique new venue, boasting 900 state-of-the-art historical racing machines designed in partnership with Ainsworth Game Technology.
LOUISVILLE – It took parts of four days, but Futbol Club Cincinnati outlasted Louisville City FC in one of the more bizarre soccer matches you'll see anywhere. Seventy-some hours after FC Cincinnati and Louisville saw their Saturday night match halted due to the effects of a tropical storm, the teams reconvened at Louisville Slugger Field Tuesday night and concluded the final approximately 52 minutes of the game. Corben Bone's 23rd-minute goal, scored Saturday prior to the stoppage, stood up as Cincinnati claimed a 1-0 win and moved 14 points clear atop the United Soccer League's Eastern Conference standings on a 19-3-6 record. The victory also extended FC Cincinnati's club-record winning streak
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — At least two people have been reported killed and one remains missing after weekend flooding spawned by the remnants of last week's Tropical Storm Gordon.
Indiana State and Louisville have completed the first quarter following three delays for lightning totaling 2 hours, 33 minutes. The third delay for 33 minutes came with 3:42 remaining in the quarter and came just after the visiting Sycamores tied it at 7 following the second stoppage for 70 minutes. Louisville (0-1) had just taken a 7-0 lead on Rodjay Burns' 55-yard punt return touchdown before the contest was first stopped with 11:23 remaining in the quarter and delayed 50 minutes.
The first quarter alone seemed destined to last as long as a full game thanks to three weather delays, and their effect was evident on a Louisville squad that appeared to be treading water in many phases. A quick personnel change helped the waterlogged Cardinals regain their focus in time to end a long night on a high note. Backup quarterback Malik Cunningham accounted for two touchdowns, right tackle Mekhi Becton rushed for a 1-yard TD and Louisville finished strong for a 31-7, rain-delayed victory over Indiana State on Saturday night.