Thames barriers

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Kansas State looks to end streak vs Texas

first_img___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com February 20, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditTexas (15-11, 5-8) vs. Kansas State (9-17, 2-11)Fred Bramlage Coliseum, Manhattan, Kansas; Saturday, 2 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Texas looks to extend Kansas State’s conference losing streak to seven games. Kansas State’s last Big 12 win came against the Oklahoma Sooners 61-53 on Jan. 29. Texas took care of TCU by 14 at home in its last outing. SENIOR STUDS: Kansas State’s Cartier Diarra, Xavier Sneed and Makol Mawien have collectively accounted for 54 percent of the team’s scoring this season, including 57 percent of all Wildcats points over the last five games.CREATING OFFENSE: Courtney Ramey has directly created 41 percent of all Texas field goals over the last three games. The sophomore guard has 15 field goals and 10 assists in those games.SIGNIFICANCE OF 69: Kansas State is 0-8 when opposing teams score 69 or more points. Texas is a perfect 9-0 when its offense scores at least 69 points.ASSIST DISTRIBUTION: The Wildcats have recently converted baskets via assists more often than the Longhorns. Kansas State has an assist on 30 of 66 field goals (45.5 percent) over its previous three matchups while Texas has assists on 25 of 61 field goals (41 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: The Kansas State defense has forced opponents into turnovers on an impressive 24.4 percent of all possessions, which is the 13th-highest rate in the country. Texas has turned the ball over on 20.2 percent of its possessions (ranked 257th among Division I teams).center_img Associated Press Kansas State looks to end streak vs Texaslast_img read more

Dubious officiating hand Suriname 1-0 win and IGG Male football title

first_imgBy Rawle Toney in SurinameIT was an offside that even Stevie Wonder would’ve seen, but the referee assistant kept his flag down and allowed a goal from Suriname’s Damian Panale which ultimately became the strike that sunk Guyana 1-0 and handed the home side the Inter Guiana Games (IGG) Male Football title. So big was the offside, that the Surinamese supporters who gathered at the Franklin Essed Stadium, booed the Referee Assistant. The Referee from Guyana who carried the whistle was in a position to disallow the goal, but pointed to the Centre line, signaling Suriname’s advantage midway through the first half.It was a demoralising blow, but following the narrative of the game, Guyana should’ve been up by at least three goals if they had only converted half of the chances created. From kickoff, Shane Haynes, who scored during Guyana’s 1-1 draw with Suriname last Friday, missed an open goal after evading the Surinamese goalkeeper but patted it too softly. The ball trickled past the goal line.Haynes was a bother for Suriname whenever he was able to get the ball, but Guyana’s midfield was poor in distributing, and the New Silvercity Secondary School student had to work extra hard. Suriname had no match for his subliminal speed and ball control, but he was unsuccessful in his attempt to covert those chances to goals. Guyana also saw one of their many attempts in the first half crashing off the crossbar. The half ended 1 – 0. Coach Sampson Gilbert made a few changes with the hope of finding an equalizer and even the ‘winner’ but nothing changed.“There were several factors that affected my players  off the field” Gilbert explained as he praised the performance of his team in the competition. “For example, I haven’t eaten since breakfast because of the food they’re giving us, and my players complained about it (the food) as well. You give athletes some of the things they’re giving us and that’s something they will have to look into” said the usually outspoken coach.Nonetheless, Sampson congratulated the players for being a disciplined bunch, both on and off the field, and said he was happy “the guys kept to our game plan, played the system, and was able to create a series of chances which we should’ve scored.”last_img read more