There’s An Embarrassing Typo On The Cover Of This CFB Preview Magazine

first_imgA man holding a UCF flag in the air.ORLANDO, FL – DECEMBER 2: A UCF Knights spirit team member waves the flag after a score in the third quarter of the AAC Championship against the Memphis Tigers at Spectrum Stadium on December 2, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)Phil Steele’s annual college football preview is regarded as one of the most accurate and in-depth preseason magazines. Media members and fans swear by it.Steele is known for his detailed approach to analyzing each team. He digs into every aspect of a squad, leaving no stone unturned.So it might be a surprise to see a major error on the Florida-centric cover of this year’s preview. Steele’s Florida cover features players from Florida, Florida State, Miami and UCF.Except there’s one problem. McKenzie Milton is listed as playing for UFC, not UCF.Steele tweeted out a picture of the cover today.The Florida Cover. pic.twitter.com/KQpdXjvnct— Phil Steele (@philsteele042) June 4, 2018As you might imagine, there are a lot of unhappy UCF fans in his mentions right now. We can’t really blame them.Steele’s magazine is slated to hit newsstands later this month. The final page went to print on May 29.Last page of the magazine goes to the press on May 29. Official on sale date at newsstands is June 26. Advance orders thru the office https://t.co/YTLyRj5sKV will be mailed priority mail the first full week of June.— Phil Steele (@philsteele042) May 19, 2018We’re not sure if the covers are already all done or if they will be able to correct this mistake. Stay tuned.last_img read more

World Cup 2019: India yet to finalise plan for SA game, says Bhuvneshwar Kumar

first_img Press Trust of India CardiffMay 29, 2019UPDATED: May 29, 2019 17:50 IST Bhuvneshwar Kumar will look put on an impressive show during ICC World Cup 2019. (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIndia defeated Bangladesh by 95 runs in it’s last warm-up gameIndia kick off it’s World Cup campaign against South Africa on June 5It is likely to be a high-scoring World Cup with teams amassing over 350 almost regularly.An emphatic win over Bangladesh in the final warm-up game has boosted India’s confidence but the former champions are yet to finalise plans for their World Cup campaign opener against South Africa, seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar said.After losing to New Zealand in the first warm-up, India thrashed Bangladesh by 95 runs in the second and final warm-up game ahead of the World Cup, beginning Thursday.”It was tough conditions for both batsmen and bowling, but we did well in both departments, so it will give a big boost to the team going into the world cup,” Bhuvneshwar said.”You always want to start with a win in the World Cup but right now I cannot say what we will be thinking or planning. We have almost a week. When we will practice and have meetings then we will decide what we need to do against them (South Africa) and their individual players.”Bhuvneshwar believes handling pressure will be the key during the World Cup and said his experience of playing in English conditions will hold him in good stead.”World cup is a big platform. Yes, the pressure will be there but I am excited and confident as I have toured here earlier. I know the England conditions,” he said.”In these two warm-ups (against New Zealand and Bangladesh) I acclimatised myself to know what to do in the tournament and what conditions will be.”Talking about the role of pacers in the World Cup, Bhuvneshwar said: “We all know England conditions help fast bowlers. Our (Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar) role will be crucial.advertisement”We three know as an individual what strength we have and what more we need to do which will help the team.”We three share our experience which helps. If it will swing it will give advantage to all. But we will see how conditions turn out to be. If it does, it will be an additional boost for bowlers,” he said.The 29-year-old fast bowler also has a lot of expectations from his batting and said he is working at the nets to sharpen his skills.”When it comes to batting, I have a lot of expectations from myself. I have played in some crucial matches which have boosted my confidence,” he said.”I know my ability in batting. I am preparing in the nets so that if the team needs me I can step in.”Talking about the warm-up game, Bhuvneshwar said: “I think it was really good performance, we got whatever we wanted from this practice match, whether it is batting, bowling or fielding.”The first aim was to not allow the opposition to chase the target. As an individual, I knew how much help I will get from the wicket, what I need to do to keep it tight. So similarly everyone tried to do what they wanted as an individual during the match.”It is likely to be a high-scoring World Cup with teams amassing over 350 almost regularly.India posted 359 for 7 against Bangladesh Tuesday and Bhuvneshwar said a big total on board gives the bowlers the freedom to try out new things.”Chasing 350-360 is not an easy task but nowadays teams can chase them if they bat well, so it gives an extra confidence when you go to bowl when it is 300 or 330 plus. These are extra liberties to try something new as a bowler,” he said.”In these kind of flat batting wickets, you want to keep it tight and let the batsmen make mistakes, that’s the general plan and I always try to do that thing.Also Read | MS Dhoni’s warm-up ton a good omen for India’s chances at World Cup 2019 Also Watch:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySaurabh Kumar Tags :Follow World Cup 2019Follow India vs South Africa World Cup 2019: India yet to finalise plan for SA game, says Bhuvneshwar KumarA lot of questions surrounding the team balance were answered in the emphatic win over Bangladesh. Virat Kohli and the team management will hope that the winning mojo is maintained during the six-week long World Cup 2019.advertisementlast_img read more

Womens EHF CL ZRK Vardar defeated in Metz for the first time

← Previous Story “SIX MONTHS LOVE” WITH SUNDOVSKI: Israel looking for a new NT head-coach! Next Story → Scandal in Serbia between coach and players: Nightclubs, alcohol, fight and who is playing where? Group 2:Budućnost : Ferencvaros 23:24 (12:12)Metz : Vardar Skopje 24:22 (10:10)Bietigheim : Thüringer 21:34 (13:17)Standings:1. Vardar 8 – 142. Metz 8 – 123. Ferencvaros 8 – 104. Budućnost 8 – 65. Thüringer 8 – 46. Bietigheim 8 – 2 Metz handballWomens EHF Champions Leaguezrk vardar Six teams are already qualified for the Women’s EHF Champions League quarter-finals. Round 8 will be closed with derby match between Gyori Audi ETO KC and CSM Bucharest, the two last EHF CL winners, who will decide about TOP of Group 1.The French team Metz Handball beat RK Vardar Skopje 24:22 (10:10). That is the first defeat for Macedonian champions in the current season.Grace Zaadi was TOP scorer in the winning team with eight goals, while Marina Rajcic had 19 saves.Group 1:Rostov-Don : Nykoebing 32:22 (14:13)Midtjylland : Krim Mercator 24:24 (12:13)19.00 Györ – CSM BucharestStandings:1. CSM Bucuresti 7 – 11 2. Rostov-Don 8 -113. Györ 7 – 104. Nykoebing 8 – 55. Krim Mercator 8 – 56. Midtjylland 8 – 4 read more