Coming off last week’s exhibition victory over Walsh, the Ohio State men’s basketball team opens its regular season today against Alcorn State. The game is the first of two in the preliminary round of the 2K Sports Classic, a tournament that will culminate with two games in New York City’s Madison Square Garden next week.Perhaps the biggest question for the Buckeyes coming into the game is the person in the center position. Coach Thad Matta expects to again be without Dallas Lauderdale as he recovers from a broken hand.But it seems that he will return in the near future. Matta said Wednesday that the trainers are working to provide him with a brace that would allow him to participate in the team’s full practices. Though he won’t play Monday, he should be able to make his return Thursday against James Madison.In Lauderdale’s absence, senior Kyle Madsen got the start, but both he and sophomore Zisis Sarikopoulos played significant time. Matta was pleased with their performances. “I thought they did a very good job, I really did,” Matta said. “With those two guys, you’ve got good size.”On a similar note, the rest of the rotation will be something to watch as the Buckeyes begin regular season play. As expected, Evan Turner, David Lighty, Jon Diebler and William Buford were in the starting lineup against Walsh. Jeremie Simmons, P.J. Hill, Walter Offutt and Nikola Kecman all played at least 12 minutes off the bench. “We had the luxury of getting guys more minutes and more opportunities to play, giving Evan or John … just more of a two-minute blow here or there,” Matta said. “I hope we can continue that.”Monday’s game will mark junior David Lighty’s first regular season appearance since last year’s season-ending foot injury. Lighty showed no lingering effects against Walsh, and his return is a welcome sight for his teammates. “He’s a big part of our team and a big part of what this program stands for,” Turner said. “It was tough to see him go out for a year, but he came back. It looks like he’s playing well. I think we are going to win a lot of games with him on the floor, and I’m just so happy he’s back.”The Buckeyes take on the Alcorn State Braves at 7 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center.
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The Croatian manager believes he knows the key to guide Bayern Munich to a victory over FC Augsburg tomorrow nightThe European leagues will play midweek this week starting tomorrow.And for Bayern Munich manager Niko Kovac, the key for the German Bundesliga giants to win against FC Augsburg is already in his mind.“It’ll be a very intense game. They play man on man, sometimes across the whole pitch, and we have to make sure we find a solution to their man-marking strategy,” he told the club’s official website.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“We’re being chased – by everyone. We have to concentrate on every game, we must guard against being negligent, and we have to remain focused.”According to Kovac, he has to think “one or two steps ahead. We want to make sure we give everyone the opportunity to play and also bring on fresh legs.”The Bavarians run first place in the Bundesliga standings with a perfect four-matches-won run.The team has 12 points after scoring 11 goals and receiving two.
Eskelin: “Without a leash it’s really hard when a dog sees or smells something interesting in the woods. It’s harder for our little friends to respect wildlife without a little bit of help from owners.” The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge as launched a ‘B.A.R.K. Ranger’ program to remind dog owners that the refuge was established to conserve wildlife and the habitat it needs to survive. KNWR is home to a wide variety of wildlife including moose, eagles, brown and black bears, wolves, and others. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Like all guests there is acceptable behavior when visiting someone else’s home, and that rule applies to our four legged friends exploring the trails of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. B.A.R.K; bag your own poop, always wear a leash on the Refuge, respect wildlife, and know where you can go. Ranger Leah Eskelin from the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge: “The Refuge is awesome, has a beautiful set of trails and we all like to go out and enjoy it. We like to see the bear scat because it lets us know where wildlife is, but not so much the dogs. It’s all about respecting where we are, and be responsible dog owners.” Some areas of the Refuge closed to Dogs include the Keen Eye Nature Trail and Cross-Country Ski Trails at the Headquarters/Visitor Center. All other areas of the Refuge are open to dogs. On Refuge campground dogs are required to be on a leash no longer than nine ft. in all refuge campgrounds.
5. Vanderbilt 561 Tuesday, April 9 | 6:00 p.m. ET | Live Stats TV: ACC Network Extra | Radio: 93.9 The Ville LOU: Jr. RHP Luke Smith (3-0, 3.86 ERA) NKU: Fr. RHP Proctor Mercer (1-2, 6.56 ERA) DETMERS EARNS BACK-TO-BACK ACC PITCHER OF THE WEEK HONORSSophomore lefthander Reid Detmers was named the ACC Pitcher of the Week in consecutive weeks after dominant starts against Brown and James Madison. LOUISVILLE’S CONTINUED FLIRTATIONS WITH NO-HITTERSThe Cardinals have taken a no-hitter into the eighth inning on three separate occasions this season. Reid Detmers tossed seven no-hit innings against Brown on February 22 before the Bears spoiled things against the UofL bullpen with two outs in the ninth. Detmers followed it up with seven hitless innings the next week versus James Madison, only to see the bid end in the eighth. Louisville pitching currently leads the ACC and ranks top 15 in the country in ERA (3.03), WHIP (1.10), shutouts (4), strikeouts per nine innings (10.27) and hits allowed per nine innings (6.71). Louisville’s starting pitcher has pitched five innings or more with one earned run or fewer allowed in 15 games this season. UofL has had a starting pitcher throw seven no-hit innings on three occasions this season, with Reid Detmers doing it against Brown and James Madison, and Bobby Miller against Wake Forest. The Cardinals have been active offensively in the first inning this season, plating at least one run in the opening inning of 18 games. Louisville has scored 31 first inning runs overall and is 15-3 when scoring in the first. Louisville pitchers set a Jim Patterson Stadium record with 18 strikeouts against Georgia Tech on March 22. The Cardinals have struck out 10 or more in 16 games this season, with a 14-2 record when doing so. Logan Wyatt is second in the country with 39 walks through 32 games and is currently on pace for 68 this season. The UofL single season record in 69 by Kevin Malone in 1980. Wyatt is two walks away from reaching UofL’s top-10 career list. Louisville swiped a season-high nine bases on March 6 against Morehead State. It was the most since the Cardinals finished with 10 stolen bases against Eastern Kentucky on Feb. 20, 2013. UofL is currently second in the ACC with 63 stolen bases on the year. Louisville has finished in the top five in the country in stolen bases in four of the last six seasons. In the victory over Morehead State on March 6, the Cardinals set a program record with eight different players recording a stolen base. The Cardinals are 20-0 this season when leading after eight innings. From 2012-17, Louisville accumulated a six-year record of 266-3 when entering the ninth with a lead, including a 50-0 mark in 2017. UofL has won 34 of its 45 ACC series since joining the league and is 37-7 in its series finales during that span, including an 11-4 record in rubber games. The Cardinals have won 18 of their 23 ACC series at home since debuting in the conference. Twelve different Cardinals have made their Louisville debuts this season (Albanese, Binelas, Davis, Leonard, Lohman, Masterman, Metzinger, Perkins, Poland, Schmeltz, Smith and Wright). It was the collegiate debut for 11 of the 12. Louisville has 24 games on its schedule against teams ranked inside the top 25 in at least one of the six major preseason polls (Clemson, Connecticut, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, NC State, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest). While at Louisville, coach Dan McDonnell has guided the Cardinals to four College World Series berths, seven NCAA Super Regional appearances, 11 NCAA Regional bids, eight regular season conference championships and two conference tournament titles with 37 All-Americans. Henry Davis, who has split time behind the plate this season, launched his first collegiate home run with a towering shot in the seventh inning of Louisville’s opening win at Duke. He then added a second long ball in the finale, when he was 3-for-5 with three RBIs. Two batters after Davis hit his second homer of the weekend, Jared Poland got in on the act with a two-run blast that tied the game at four as the Cardinals rallied back for the victory. ABOUT THE LOUISVILLE CARDINALSLouisville is coming off a 2-2 week after taking a midweek contest against Kentucky, before losing two of three at Clemson over the weekend. The Cardinals took 5-1 and 6-3 losses in the first two games of the weekend series, but bounced back for a 7-4 victory in 11 innings in Sunday’s series finale. 2. LSU 574 The Cardinals began head coach Dan McDonnell’s 13th season ranked as high as fourth in the national polls. UofL is coming off a 45-19 record in 2018, its seventh straight 40-win season and the 11th in 12 seasons under McDonnell. The Cardinals advanced to the championship round of an NCAA Regional for the seventh straight season. Of his seven starts in 2019, three have ended with a career high in strikeouts. Detmers worked seven hitless innings with a then-career best 11 strikeouts against Brown on Feb. 22. His next start out against James Madison, he once again carried a no-hitter through seven innings, finishing with 14 punchouts on the night. Out of 297 teams, the Norse rank 273rd at 4.2 runs per game and 282nd with a 7.48 team ERA. Sunday against Wake Forest, Bobby Miller made his own run at history with seven hitless innings in his second start of the season. However, the Demon Deacons broke through against the relievers in the eighth. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The 12th-ranked Louisville baseball team is back at Jim Patterson Stadium on Tuesday at 6:00 p.m., ET to take on Northern Kentucky. The game can be seen on ACC Network Extra and radio coverage will be available on 93.9 The Ville. Live scoring is available at GoCards.com. 1. Louisville 578 In Sunday’s win over Clemson, McAvene and Kirian pitched the final six innings of the game, striking out eight with no runs and just three hits allowed. LOUISVILLE’S BACK END BULLPEN RESURGENCELouisville has consistently produced top of the line bullpen arms, many of which are spread across pro baseball. This season is no different, with the Cardinals a perfect 20-0 when leading after eight innings. 4. Florida State 571 Detmers has been dominant through eight starts this season, holding a 5-2 record with a 1.65 ERA. The southpaw ranks second in the country with 86 strikeouts and has walked just 10 batters in 54.2 innings. 3. North Carolina 572 FEELING AT HOME INSIDE JIM PATTERSON STADIUMSince opening the gates at Jim Patterson Stadium in 2005, the Cardinals have won more than 77 percent of their games in the ballpark posting a 389-111 record (.778 winning percentage), including an impressive 33-4 mark during the 2017 season at the corner of Third and Central. The Cardinals are 18-4 on their home field this season. Louisville set a school record for home wins with 36 in 2016 and the Cardinals have registered 30 or more wins at home in four of the last six seasons. Ranked in the top 25 in all six major preseason polls for 2019, the Cardinals have earned a preseason national ranking in 11 straight seasons (2008-2018) overall. Louisville entered the 2019 season ranked fourth in the D1Baseball rankings, eighth in the Perfect Game and USA Today polls, ninth in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper and NCBWA rankings and 11th by Baseball America. Print Friendly Version Detmers tossed seven no-hit innings with 11 strikeouts against Brown. The southpaw retired the first 16 batters he faced before issuing a walk with one out in the sixth inning. Detmers then retired the next five hitters to finish off his outing. GAME DAY INFORMATION #12 Louisville vs. Northern Kentucky Location: Louisville, Ky. Venue: Jim Patterson Stadium (4,000) Twitter Updates: @LouisvilleBSB Game Notes: Louisville | Northern Kentucky Alex Binelas and Drew Campbell each hit solo home runs in the 11th inning of Sunday’s win to help lift the Cardinals. Meanwhile, Jared Poland, Adam Elliott, Michael McAvene and Michael Kirian combined for 7.1 scoreless innings of relief work to assist in the victory. He then followed it up with seven more hitless innings against James Madison before allowing the only hit of the game to lead off the eighth. Detmers finished his eight innings with a career-high 14 strikeouts. Through eight starts, Detmers has a 1.65 ERA with 86 strikeouts and just 10 walks. Nick Burdi (Pittsburgh Pirates), Adam Engle (Chicago White Sox), Chad Green (New York Yankees) and Matt Koch (Arizona Diamondbacks) were each on the roster to start the 2019 season. Following victories over Boston College and Duke, Detmers set the Jim Patterson Stadium record striking out 16 Georgia Tech hitters over 7.2 innings on March 22. Last weekend, the lefty gave up just one run in 7.1 innings against Wake Forest while tallying double digit strikeouts for the fifth time on the year. FOUR FORMER CARDS ON MLB OPENING DAY ROSTERSThe Major League Baseball season opened up on Thursday and four former Louisville baseball players were on Opening Day rosters. TEAM NOTES AND TRENDS Fans with dogs must enter and exit the stadium via the gate in left field, and all dogs will be required to stay in the outfield berm seating area, with a special exception made for service dogs. ABOUT NORTHERN KENTUCKYNorthern Kentucky enters Tuesday night’s contest with an 8-22 overall record. However, the Norse are fresh off of taking two of three from Wright State, which won the Horizon League and played in a NCAA regional last season. NKU has struggled in nonconference play this season, going 2-16 against teams outside the Horizon League. Alex Binelas was the first of three to hit his first collegiate home run, doing so in the third inning against Ole Miss. The two-run shot was part of a 2-for-4 showing with four RBIs for the Oak Creek, Wis. native. It has been more than 35 years since Louisville last tossed a no-hitter, going all the way back to Dave McCormick’s gem against Cincinnati on March 26, 1983. The Cardinals have five in program history. The Cardinals have won seven in a row and 14 of the last 15 against in-state opponents (Eastern Kentucky, Kentucky, Morehead State, Northern Kentucky, Western Kentucky). Louisville has won 34 of 45 conference series since joining the league. With sweeps this season against Wake Forest and at Duke, the Cardinals have tallied nine conference road sweeps over the last four-plus seasons and 19 sweeps in ACC play altogether. CARDINALS CONTINUE TO FIND SUCCESS IN ACC PLAYSince joining the ACC before the 2015 season, Louisville has seen its success at the conference level spill over into its new league. The Cardinals won regular season titles in each of their first three seasons in the ACC and were voted the preseason favorite in 2019. SERIES HISTORYLouisville is 13-7 all-time against Northern Kentucky in a series that dates back to 1971, however 18 of those 20 meetings came between 1971-85. The two sides have met the last two seasons, with Louisville winning 6-4 at Louisville Slugger Field in 2017 and 7-2 last season at Jim Patterson Stadium. Louisville is currently third in the Atlantic Division with a 10-5 start at the midway point in conference action. LOUISVILLE IN NATIONAL POLLS EVERY WEEK SINCE START OF 2012Louisville, which surpassed its previous high national ranking of No. 2 (in 2016) with the No. 1 ranking on March 13 and March 20 during the 2017 season, has enjoyed a historic run by remaining ranked in at least one major national poll every week since the release of the 2012 preseason rankings — the longest such span in school history. PROMOTIONSTuesday is Bark at the Park Night at Jim Patterson Stadium. All fans are invited to bring their dog to the ballpark for the midweek contest and each dog in attendance will be given a doggie bandana. Waste bags will also be provided with owners asked to pick up after their pets. Michael Kirian and Michael McAvene have been key pieces at the end of games in 2019 with marked improvement from their 2018 numbers. Kirian held a 12.71 ERA in 11.1 innings as a freshman last season, while McAvene had a 4.55 ERA over his two-year career entering 2019. This season, Kirian is 2-0 with a save and has given up just one run in 16.2 innings for a 0.54 ERA. McAvene is 1-0 with three saves and three runs allowed in 14.0 innings. The duo has combined to strike out 41 batters with just six walks. LOUISVILLE FRESHMEN HAVE BIG WEEK AT THE PLATEOn a roster that returned seven of its position starters from the 2018 season, Louisville had three freshmen with memorable moments at the dish the week of March 11-17. Since the hiring of head coach Dan McDonnell prior to the 2007 season, 64 Louisville players have signed professional contracts after being selected in the Major League Baseball Draft, including a school-record nine Cardinals in 2010. Most Wins Since 2007 DETMERS NAMED PERFECT GAME MIDSEASON PITCHER OF THE YEARSophomore Reid Detmers was named the Midseason Pitcher of the Year by Perfect Game on Wednesday. LOUISVILLE LEADS COUNTRY IN WINS SINCE 2007Dan McDonnell took the reins of the Louisville baseball program in 2007. 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© 2011 PhysOrg.com For the most part, most LCD displays use just three backlit pixels – Red, Green and Blue (RGB) to create one dot of color on the screen; the various colors are produced by filtering the light that comes from behind each of the three pixels to varying degrees, creating a mix. With this new panel, however, Sony has introduced a fourth pixel, which is pure white, and serves to double the brightness of each dot, not by increasing the power of the backlighting, which would necessitate the use of more battery power, but by simply allowing more viewable white light to pass through the White pixel which when combined with the filtered Red, Green or Blue pixels, results in twice as much light passing through each dot on the panel, resulting in a brighter image overall.Previous attempts to do the same thing resulted in the Red, Green and Blue pixels being overpowered by the White pixel with a resultant washed out look (less contrast) on the panel. Sony has solved that problem by developing an algorithm, which runs in a special chip, that it says allows for images as sharp and clear as current RGB displays.The display, which due to the extra pixel in each dot means 1/3 more pixels in total (640*480*4=1.2 million of them) are used, comes in two modes; standard mode is where the panel dims the backlighting to reduce battery power requirements by half, producing an image that is approximately the same brightness as current displays. Outside mode is where the backlighting is returned to “normal” producing an image that is twice as bright as regular LCD displays.Devices with such a panel could help users with the familiar problem of having difficulty seeing what is on their phone or camera screen when outside in the sun. Conversely, by dimming the backlighting when indoors, the panel should greatly extend battery life. Sony says the new panel should be ready for shipment by October, possibly in time for camera or phone makers to add the new panel to their wares in time for Christmas. (PhysOrg.com) — Sony has announced via its webpage the development of a new type of LCD display that uses either half as much power as current same-size LCD displays, or the same amount of power, but doubles the brightness. Called WhiteMagic, the new LCD screen, currently just 3 inches diagonally, achieves these results by employing a third, white pixel to create images on a screen. Explore further The ‘White Magic’ LCD module featuring the newly-developed ‘RGBW method’ Sony unveils 3D and color e-paper displays at this week’s SID 2011 This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: Sony announces ‘WhiteMagic’ – new LCD screen that uses half the power (2011, August 15) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-08-sony-whitemagic-lcd-screen.html
New Delhi: The ruling TMC in West Bengal today hit out at the opposition for spreading violence against its party workers and supporters, as it appealed President Ram Nath Kovind to outright reject the “malacious campaign” against the Mamata Banerjee government. A delegation of members of Parliament from TMC along with the alleged victims of the state panchayat poll violence, today met the president over the allegations made by the BJP regarding violence during the filing of nomination papers for the panchayat polls in the state. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flights”We told the president that the complaints of the opposition parties of not been able to file nominations (for the panchayat polls) are not true. We told him that despite ideological differences, the opposition parties have ganged up against the state government and trying to destabilise the Mamata Banerjee government. “The president should know that the opposition parties are trying to spread false stories against the West Bengal government. We appealed to him to outright reject their malicious campaign and unfound allegations,” TMC senior leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay told reporters.Rejecting reports of the TMC indulging in violence during the panchayat polls, he said, “If free and fair elections are held in the state, the TMC has chances to win more seats. So we have no such intentions”.