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  • Hundreds detained, firearms used in third night of Belarus unrest

    first_imgPolice in Belarus said Wednesday they had detained hundreds more people and used firearms against protesters in a third night of violence over a disputed presidential election.Western governments have condemned the crackdown and the European Union said the bloc’s foreign ministers would discuss Belarus at an extraordinary meeting on Friday.Protesters rallied again on Tuesday night to contest strongman President Alexander Lukashenko’s claim of having won Sunday’s election, although they were in smaller numbers after police cordoned off city centers and limited transport. Women form human chain The protests broke out after authorities said Lukashenko, who has been in power since 1994, won 80 percent of the vote in Sunday’s polls.Election officials said Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, a 37-year-old political novice who ran after other potential opposition candidates including her husband were jailed, came second with 10 percent.Tikhanovskaya said the vote was rigged and claimed victory, demanding that Lukashenko hand over power. She left Belarus on Tuesday for neighboring Lithuania, with supporters saying she came under pressure from authorities.Protesters said Tuesday night’s crackdown in Minsk was especially violent, with videos released on social media showing police kicking protesters lying prone on the ground, smashing cars with truncheons and assaulting passers-by. Yan, a 28-year-old paramedic from Minsk who has protested every night since the election, said police had become more aggressive.”Things were scary last night, it was complete lawlessness,” he told AFP. “All of this is aimed at intimidating people so that they keep quiet.”Oleg Gulak, the head of the Belarusian Helsinki Committee rights group, said he was “stunned by the unprecedented level of cruelty and violence” used against protesters.”Last night was the scariest night in Belarus’s modern history,” he said.On Wednesday, several hundred women, many wearing white and holding flowers, joined hands to form a human chain in central Minsk urging an end to police violence.Hundreds of people also gathered outside a pre-trial detention center in Minsk in an effort to learn about the fate of missing family members.EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said Belarus would be discussed at Friday’s extraordinary meeting. The bloc on Tuesday condemned the election as “neither free nor fair” and Borrell threatened sanctions against “those responsible for the observed violence, unjustified arrests, and falsification of election results.” In the capital Minsk, protesters and witnesses said riot police used indiscriminate force against those who did gather, firing stun grenades and rubber bullets in the suburbs. In the southwestern city of Brest on the Polish border, police said they had used firearms against a group of demonstrators armed with metal bars who had ignored warning shots, wounding one.”A group of aggressive citizens with metal rods in their hands attacked police employees in Brest” on Tuesday, interior ministry spokeswoman Olga Chemodanova said in statement. “Firearms were used to protect the lives and health of the employees,” she said, adding that “one of the attackers” was wounded. Topics : The ministry said protesters gathered in 25 cities and towns on Tuesday night and that more than 1,000 people had been detained. The latest arrests have brought the number of detentions to more than 6,000 after three days of protests.More than 50 people sought medical assistance, it said.Chemodanova said there had been smaller gatherings on Tuesday than on the two previous nights.”The number of protesters was smaller last night, as was the number of cities where protests took place,” she told AFP. Dozens of people have been wounded in the crackdown and police said that one protester died when an explosive device went off in his hand on Monday night.last_img read more

  • Cannabis Extract Explosion in L.A. Injures 11 Firefighters

    first_imgWhat is Hash Oil? Cannabis Extract Explosion in L.A. Injures 11 Firefighters, 3 CriticallyNewsWeek 17 May 2020Family First Comment: Remember the Los Angeles fire at the weekend? 11 fire fighters injuredGuess what..“The business operating at the building was identified by LAFD as Smoke Tokes, a wholesale supplier of butane honey oil, also known as hash oil, a concentrated form of marijuana.”Remember the term ‘butane hash oil’. It’s going to cost us if we legalise cannabis.An explosion at a hash oil supplier in Los Angeles has left 11 firefighters injured, three of them critically, authorities said.Firefighters had responded to a structure fire at 327 East Boyd Street in the city’s Toy District at around 6:30 p.m. local time on Saturday, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.Eric Scott, a spokesman for the LAFD, told The Los Angeles Times that “a significant explosion” occurred as firefighters were inside looking to find the source of the blaze.A number of firefighters had been inside the building and on the roof when the explosion occurred, Scott said. Responding crews described the sound like a “freight train or jet engine.”A massive ball of flame spewed out of the building and firefighters who were inside ran “straight through that ball of flame to get to safety across the street,” Scott told The Times.He said 11 firefighters were transported to County-USC Medical Center for treatment for burn injuries. More than 240 firefighters responded to the fire, which had spread to several nearby buildings before it was extinguished at around 8 p.m., Scott added.READ MORE: https://www.newsweek.com/hash-oil-supplier-explosion-firefighters-injured-la-1504616last_img read more

  • Logie blasts Red Force

    first_imgPORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC):Head coach of Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, Gus Logie, has blasted as “disappointing, frustrating and embarrassing” his players’ performance against Windward Islands Volcanoes in their final match of the regional four-day tournament.Red Force suffered a seven-wicket defeat to Volcanoes at the National Cricket Centre in Couva on Monday, leaving the hosts in fourth spot after finishing second-to-last in the previous edition of the tournament.Chasing a victory target of 166, Windwards, resuming from their overnight score of eight without loss, coasted to 169 for three by midafternoon to end a long four-day season on a high.”I think disappointing is a nice word to use. This is as frustrating as it can get. We’ve tried everything possible to make sure that players are comfortable so they can perform,” said Logie.”We came into this game knowing that a win would have (got) us to third spot. It’s frustrating to see the lack of pride, the lack of fight from some of our players, especially the last two games.”Red Force finished the season in fourth position after accumulating 81 points in the tournament.Their inconsistency showed-up within the space of a month, when they hammered Leeward Islands Hurricanes by nine wickets, but followed up with successive seven-wicket losses to the Barbados Pride and Volcanoes, respectively.”Two weeks ago, we talked about seeing maturity in some of the players and (now), if you look at the way we got out in the middle, it was just embarrassing,” said Logie, a former West Indies batsman.”Our bowling seemed to lack some bite, and at the end of the day, it was just poor cricket.”RUNS TALLYOnly four Red Force batsmen tallied over 400 runs.Kyle Hope from Barbados totalled 553, ex-Guyana and West Indies all-rounder Narsingh Deonarine 494, Evin Lewis with 442, and current captain Yannick Ottley 404.Lewis and fellow left-handed opener Jeremy Solozano were the only Red Force batsmen to score centuries in the 10 rounds of matches.In the bowling department, only leg-spinner Imran Khan (43) and off-spinner Jon-Russ Jagessar (22) collected over 20 wickets.”We’ve seen growth in some individuals, but that’s just not enough. When we give (the players) opportunities, they have to grab it,” said Logie, the former West Indies vice-captain.”With all the support that (they) have, there is no excuse for not going out there and performing. There will come a day when they will have to answer and we will have to find players who will want to play, it’s as simple as that.”last_img read more

  • ‘I See The Issues Beyond Justice Ja’neh’

    first_imgCllr. Banks: “I appeared and saw the issues beyond Justice Ja’neh.”— Former Justice BanksRetired Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Cllr. Philip A. Z. Banks has clarified that, though his appearance at the impeachment trial in the Chambers of the Senate on Thursday, March 21, 2019 was in obedience to a subpoena issued for his appearance, “I appeared and saw the issues beyond Justice Ja’neh.”The former Associate Justice who currently teaches Constitutional Law at Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law at the University of Liberia, was responding to a question by one of the lawyers representing Managers of the House of Representatives, whether his appearance was to testify for the embattled Associate Justice Kabineh Mohammed Ja’neh in the ongoing impeachment trial.Asked whether he was at the hearing with the intention to influence the minds of the Senators, who are serving as jurors at the impeachment trial, Cllr. Banks responded: “You are not correct; it was only a few weeks ago when I had the occasion to speak at this year’s (February 11) Armed Forces Day celebration. I stated in my statement, and I reiterate it here that I went into the law and I remain in the law, because of the passion that I have for the law.”Cllr. Banks continued: “I repeated in that statement (from Armed Forces Day) that I personally suffered great pains and I see in my view that the law is not followed. I have been a strong advocate for many years, and my records at all of the conventions and assembles of the Bar Association attested that I have made appeals for Liberian lawyers to speak to those critical legal issues that affect our nation.”Cllr. Banks, a former chairman of the Constitution Review Commission (CRC), said that most of the exams he administers to his students at the Law School are opinions he had written at the Supreme Court; “and the questions to them always are, tell me if or where I have gone wrong in the law… so that the analysis that they make in my opinion helps to build me up; to build the country up; the law up. And where they have convinced me that I was wrong, I have given them the praises and the glory.“So I have come here not to influence the Senators; only to explain to them the history and the tough process that went into the impeachment provisions of the Constitution, the same as I would explain to anybody, anywhere in relation to any other provision in the Constitution. I have great confidence in the Senators, and they have minds of their own; I believe I owe myself and my country a duty, to see what I see and what went into the making of the Constitution.”On the statement that the Liberian Constitution is a replica of that of the United States Constitution, the former Associate Justice said, “I am aware specifically, referencing impeachment, an obligation is imposed on the Legislature to promulgate rules of procedure, but more importantly the United States Constitution, as far as I am aware in relations to impeachment, it does not provide for due process of law. That due process of law was imposed by our framers and I indicated to you that many of the provisions in our Constitution have come from the experiences that our framers had with past governments.”Meanwhile, Chief Justice and presiding officer Francis Saye Korkpor last Thursday appointed President Pro Tempore of the Senate, Albert Tugbe Chie, as foreman of the jury, while Bong County Senator Henry Yallah was asked to serve as secretary to the jury.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • CHAN 2020 Qualifiers: Abdallah Mubiru names final 18 for Burundi first leg

    first_imgMubiru shares a light moment with the players after Wednesday’s training at Lugogo. (PHOTO/FUFA)CHAN 2020 Qualifiers – Second LegBurundi vs UgandaBujumbura, BurundiSaturday, 21-09-2019Uganda Cranes interim head coach, Abdallah Mubiru has named the final 18 man squad for the upcoming CHAN second round qualifier.The Cranes will take on Burundi in the first leg of the qualifiers on Saturday afternoon in Bujumbura.Mubiru along with his technical team named the traveling players after Wednesday’s afternoon training at Lugogo.Paul Mucureezi and Yasin Mugabi headlined the list of 9 players that have been dropped.Mucureezi who plays at Mbarara City FC was hoping to make a return to the team that he once scored 5 goals-in a game against South Sudan, but will have to wait a little longer.For Mugabi, he has been dropped for the second round-running having also missed the first round victory over Somalia.Speaking after the naming of the final team, Mubiru said that his team was now ready to face Burundi.“The team is ready and every one in it is prepared, determined and committed to giving positive results and performance when we meet Burundi over the weekend, noted the Mubiru who also dabbles as the Police FC head coach.“It gives me courage as a coach because the best you can get from the players is the situation whereby the players are ready to give whatever they can for the success of the team.”The final team was named just over 24 hours after they drew 0-0 with the Uganda U20 side at FUFA Technical Center in Njeru.They are expected to travel aboard Kenya Airways at 3 AM in the wee hours of Thursday morning.The game will be played on Saturday, 21st September 2019.The final 18-man team that was announced on WednesdayGoalkeepersAlitho James, Charles LukwagoOther playersHalid Lwaliwa, Mustafa Kizza, Paul Willa, John Revita, Paul Patrick Mbowa, Bright Anukani, Nicholas Kasozi, Musitafa Mujuzi, Shafiq Kagimu Kuchi, Allan Okello, Muzamiru Mutyaba, Yusuf Ssozi, Dan Muzeyi Serunkuma, Mike Mutyaba, Fahad Bayo Aziz, Viane SsekajjugoOfficialsHead of Delegation – Rogers MulindwaHead coach – Abdallah MubiruAssistant coach – Livingstone MbabaziAdvance party head: Paul MukatabalaGoalkeeping coach – Sadiq WassaTeam Coordinator– Geoffrey MassaMedia Officer – Mutaka JosephKitsman – Frank BumpenjeDoctor – Nakabago EmmanuelDelegates – John Odongo and Rosebell RwamuyambaComments Tags: abdallah mubiruCHAN 2020Paul MucureezitopUganda CranesYasin Mugabilast_img read more

  • Rockets, 107, Warriors, 86: Kevin Durant irritated talking about Draymond Green

    first_imgHOUSTON – Kevin Durant and Draymond Green may have improved their on-court chemistry. If only the Warriors could say the same thing about themselves.The Warriors finished with a 107-86 loss to the Houston Rockets on Thursday. In their third loss in the past five games, the Warriors (12-4) offered a sharp contrast from the breathless performance they offered six months ago here against the Rockets (7-7) in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals.“We’re banged up a little bit physically and …last_img read more

  • LeBron James Jr. hits ridiculous trick shot, leaves calling card for Stephen Curry

    first_imgOnce upon a time there was a precocious basketball prodigy who went by the name of James. LeBron James.Such was James’ talent that a fool could see it coming from miles and years away. Sure enough, he averaged 20.9 points as a teenage NBA rookie, thumbing his nose at convention and norms.The world was his.Then along came another basketball prodigy, even more precocious than James. He went by the name of Curry. Stephen Curry. NBA aficionados were still marveling at James when …last_img

  • A Follow-up to the 2019 MFLN Virtual Conference

    first_imgThis image was purchased from iStock.com under member ID 18347305 Return to article. Long DescriptionIt has been just a little over a month since our annual MFLN Virtual Conference entitled “Relationships for Readiness”. The 2019 three-day conference was a great opportunity to showcase  the innovative ways that service providers and educators can rethink their work with military families.The primary focus of this year’s conference was on the Department of Defense’s Family Readiness System. Explained in full detail in this article from Military One Source, the Family Readiness System is all about the network of programs and services that increase the quality of life for service members and their families, as well as promoting collaboration within this network. It is in this spirit of collaboration that we as helping professionals can bridge the gap and work across disciplines, making resources more readily available for military families.The MFLN 2019 VC opening session provided the foundation of the what the Family Readiness System is and featured several panelists from various backgrounds for an in depth discussion on how the Family Readiness System can work for you. The remaining sessions over the three-day conference focused on issues such as: networking, problem solving by utilizing creative visual language (doodling), how to collaborate across boundaries, financial health and issues related to human services, and how to create a network that works for you. Each day’s sessions were also followed up with Q & A sessions to discuss questions and insights throughout the day’s events.A really great tool that was shared for the VC was our printable Idea-Catcher Journal! This pdf printable journal was provided for those who wanted to have a space to doodle and capture their thoughts in a visually represented way. Our Family Development team utilized this journal and it helped us to map out our professional networks. Here is the link to the Idea-Catcher Journal should you choose to use it when watching the archived recordings of the 2019 VC.If you happened to miss out on these great sessions, follow this VC 2019 link to the virtual conference main page. Click the titles for session descriptions and the archived recordings for each session, as well as recordings of the Making Connections Q & A sessions that took place daily. Also, there are multiple types of continuing education credits that are provided for all six sessions; follow this CE credits link for more info and requirements.ReferencesMilitary One Source (2018). Family Readiness System. Retrieved from: https://www.militaryonesource.mil/family-relationships/family-life/keeping-your-family-strong/family-readiness-systemThis post was written by members of the MFLN Family Development Team. The Family Development team aims to support the development of professionals working with military families.  Learn more about us at https://militaryfamilieslearningnetwork.org/family-development, and connect with us on Facebook, and on Twitter.  Subscribe to our Anchored. podcast series on iTunes and via our podcast page.last_img read more

  • Are Spin-Offs and Media Tie-Ins Changing The Summer Blockbuster?

    first_imgHollywood’s biggest franchises are increasingly creating offscreen media tie-ins. These extras can be great, but is this damaging the films themselves?There was a time when a film would end as soon the credits rolled. The characters had fulfilled their journey; the plot had come to its conclusion. The end. However, with the increase in studios pushing for franchises that share the “in-film universe,” and studios clamoring to produce more films spun from previous hits, we’re seeing an increase in film characters living off the screen in short films, novels, and comics. However, more worryingly, we’re also starting to see a shift of important onscreen information offscreen.What Is Canon?Before we break down how content delivery is evolving, we must first understand canon, because when we look at how spin-off media can get misused, we can see how studios are using canon to encourage consumers to purchase tie-in merchandise.Canon simply is a term that grants official merit from filmmakers or license holders to spin-off property. It’s a term you hear a lot in the science fiction and fantasy genres, and it’s no coincidence that we see spin-off and tie-in media predominantly from these genres.Nathan Ditum at Kotaku has a lengthy essay on “Why People Get So Worked Up About ‘Canon’,” which is a fascinating read in itself, but there’s a key area that Nathan touches upon:The reason this is such a compelling thing, despite the surface madness of it, is that love sends us crazy. When we love a world, we want to exist and revel in it. We want it to be true. And that truth is disrupted by inconsistency and contradiction. We need that integrity — our belief requires it. Canon is about neatness, and appreciation, and the urge to know and absorb everything about something you love. It’s about ownership and protectiveness. And it can also be unexpectedly damaging.Novels that expand a film’s story are not new — they’ve been around for quite some time, and film novelizations will often offer new perspectives you don’t see in the films that inspire them. For example, in E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial by William Kotzwinkle, we go into the mind of E.T. himself.However, the need to know everything has perhaps been used most efficiently by the Star Wars franchise. Since 1999’s Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, each film has inspired novels, comics, video games, and animated cartoons that expand the themes and characters in the movies. Since The Force Awakens, the media tie-in trend has continued, but we have also seen the franchise asking us to discover information elsewhere, instead of presenting it to us in the film itself.Negative Use of Spin-off Media“Goodness! Han Solo! It is I, C-3PO. You probably don’t recognize me . . . because of the red arm.”For the few who did not see Star Wars: The Force Awakens, that line was delivered by a robotic character who usually sports identical gold arms, and as you can tell from the quote, one arm is now red.That wasn’t just a quip to Han Solo to make the audience laugh (although the people in my theatre sure did), the golden droid was also inviting us to ask the same question: “How did you get that red arm?” The problem is, the movie doesn’t tell us. To find out, you have to purchase the $1.99 comic from Marvel.Image via Marvel.While you could easily read a summary of the story somewhere online, when we’re talking about canon (and that insufferable desire to know everything about the world you love), you might think you’re getting cheated out of a quick explanation — just so some fans will buy the information later. And the issue isn’t only about plot information. This trend can include characters, too.In 2017’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi, we met the stuttering McGuffin character known as “DJ.” This character helped the protagonists get from point A to B — only to betray them in the end. Where this character came from, what his motives are, and why he works for the highest bidder are all mysteries. That is, unless you buy the tie-in comic. As one CinemaBlend reader commented, “I remember when characters in movies were written well enough that they didn’t need alternative methods of storytelling to make you care about them.”Changing the OutcomeIn 2013, Marvel released the hotly anticipated Iron Man 3. It opened to favorable reviews and broke a dozen box office records. However, hardcore fans of the property were disappointed at the twist reveal of the Mandarin — in that there wasn’t one. At least, not in the style the fans are used to. In brief, The Mandarin is to Iron Man what the Joker is to Batman, and viewers didn’t get this information in the movie.The studio heard the fans loud and clear. A year later, Marvel released a direct-to-video short film titled “All Hail The King,” which featured Trevor Slattery, the false Mandarin. In the short, we see that there is, in fact, a terrorist group led by the real Mandarin and that Slattery’s impersonation has displeased him.The short film is a quick bolt of energized fun that expands the Marvel universe beyond the feature films. But more importantly, it nullifies the villain’s journey in Iron Man 3. In one scene, the villain of the film, Aldrich Killian, shouts “No more false faces. You said you wanted ‘The Mandarin’ . . . you’re looking right at him. It was always me Tony, right from the start. I am the Mandarin!” Well, after the short film, not anymore — just as Trevor is no longer the fake Mandarin, Aldrich is no longer the real Mandarin.Speaking to UpRoxx, director Shane Black had the following to say:Marvel saw so many negative things they made a whole other movie just to apologize called [All] Hail the King. In which they said, ‘No, no, the Mandarin is still alive. That wasn’t him. There’s a real Mandarin.’ The only reason they made that was an apology to fans who were so angry . . . We didn’t know. We all thought they’d eat it up because it never occurred to us the Mandarin is as iconic to people as, say, the Joker in Batman.With one short film, the studio was able to hint at the existence of the beloved villain (although we’ve yet to see or hear about the Mandarin) and keep the peace with the fans. However, you have to ask about the integrity of the artistic vision when filmmakers can change elements of a story after the fact with a spin-off. Sure, we’re talking about a superhero blockbuster here, but still, when you walk out of a theater knowing that what you’ve just seen can change depending on the fans’ reactions, it can feel empty; nothing is complete.Tie-Ins Done WellIt’s easy to focus on the negatives aspects of tie-in media, but there are plenty examples of stand-alone material that enriches the lore of a film’s universe.When we watch a drama or thriller, the story may linger with us for a few days while digest what we’ve just watched and how it has positively or negatively affected us, but we don’t necessarily continue to wonder how that world, within that story, is still turning. It’s our world; we don’t need to.However, in genre films — mainly science fiction, and fantasy, where we are transported to thriving story universe with rich lore, history, and character mythos — there will always be an element of the untold. There is always an event before the storyline that led the characters to their current situations in the film. If you watch any sci-fi or fantasy film, within the first thirty minutes, you’ll often see plenty of plot history.In anticipation of the release of Blade Runner 2049, for example, Warner Brother’s released three short films set before the events in the film, featuring characters from the movie. One of these films covered the blackout event referenced in the film.Luv: “All our memory bearings from the time. They were all damaged in the Blackout. But there are, sometimes, fragments.”The preceding is a simple line of exposition that gives context to the data loss in the film. Warner Brothers also expanded on this event in the short anime film aptly named Blackout 2022.The short explores who caused the blackout, how it happened, and the circumstances surrounding it — and we also see an animated glimpse of the character Sapper, who appears in the feature. The most important thing to note: this short film works on its own. You do not have to watch it to understand a vital element of 2049, nor does it change the events of 2049 — it simply offers additional insight into a plot event. Further, it works as a stand-alone short film that someone without any knowledge of Blade Runner could appreciate. (Although, of course, watching both movies improves your experience of each.)A more modest example of tie-ins used correctly is Alien: Covenant’s Last Supper prologue. Although the prologue lacks a typical short film narrative and merely serves as a prologue to the feature, we’re get glimpse of the crew members and their characteristics, the ship design, and an updated version of the android portrayed by Michael Fasbender.As with the Blade Runner 2049 short films, you don’t have to see this sequence to appreciate the film itself. It’s an addition to the film. I think if studios want continue to use short films, comics, and novels to expand their film worlds, it should be in the vein of these examples: a promotional teaser like the Alien clip or an expanded event like Blackout 2022. It’s a method that adds integrity and adventure to a film’s premise, not something that asks you to devote more time and money after the experience for essential information about a character or plot event that should have appeared in the film itself.Interested in the filmmakers behind some of the industry’s leading movies? Check out these interviews:Behind The Scenes: Crafting The Stylized Naturalism of Bomb City with DP Jake WilganowskiThe Disaster Artist: Editing A Film About Making a FilmExclusive: Designing Wakanda and the Amazing Sets of Black PantherInterview: How the Editor Behind I, Tonya Recreated HistoryInterview: How This Oscar Nom Edited Downsizing While Directing His First Featurelast_img read more

  • Watch Guide: Week 9

    first_imgWhile you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. November is coming. But first October has some work to do to whittle down the final few unbeaten teams in college football. This weekend is a gauntlet for the big boys as seven of nine undefeates squads take to the road including West Virginia which heads to Stillwater.9 unbeatens left: 2 off this week. Remaining 7 (Clem, Mich, Wash, WVU, Neb, Bay, Boise) all on road Saturday. More than half will lose— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) October 23, 2016The benefit of having a 11 a.m. game is that you have plenty of time to get home (or to a bar) and watch several other undefeated teams fall.Thanks as always to Ryan Hartwig for his work.Weekend Watch Guide: Week 9last_img read more