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September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Syracuse opens spring season with high-intensity practiceMorris III adds depth to experienced group of running backs Published on April 3, 2013 at 2:15 am Contact David: dbwilson@syr.edu | @DBWilson2center_img Charley Loeb has sat patiently for four years. For four seasons, he waited and watched as Ryan Nassib, a surefire NFL Draft pick, established himself as one of the greatest quarterbacks in Syracuse history.For more than half of his college career, Loeb has known his role as the clear-cut backup to the dependable Nassib. After years of waiting for the chance, the starting quarterback role is within reach, but not yet achieved.Three players vie for the starting quarterback job this spring, arguably the largest vacancy on the team. Loeb provides experience — the fifth-year senior has learned behind Nassib for three seasons, developing into a complete pocket passer. But quarterbacks John Kinder and Terrel Hunt provide explosiveness — both have the ability to break the pocket and create plays with their legs.Kinder has been outgoing since the first day he visited campus. His personality suits him well for a job he hopes will be his when the season opens in August.Hunt has waited a lifetime for that same opportunity.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Being able to actually – not actually touch it, but be there reaching for it, it’s the best feeling ever,” Hunt said.The competition is truly open. Entering last Saturday’s scrimmage, the number of reps each quarterback has taken with the first team differs by just two. No quarterback has taken more than 65, and none fewer than 63.Two weeks into practice, the Orange isn’t any closer to choosing a starter for SU’s opener with Penn State on Aug. 31 in East Rutherford, N.J. As quarterbacks coach Tim Lester said, it is all “a process.”“It’s early to tell, though naturally, you’d like to do that,” Lester said, “but the numbers have been telling us that it’s going to be a fun next about two or three weeks.”Though the process is underway, a decision is still far. The competition breaks into two parts. The first, Lester said, involves learning.Then, a decision will come. Once everyone’s playing field is even, Lester and the Syracuse coaching staff will be able to determine who can execute best and be the ideal fit for the program. Just because someone picks the system up fastest, doesn’t mean he can execute it best, Lester said.For now, the quarterbacks are most concerned with figuring out the “verbage” of the offense, Kinder said.And that’s all part of the process — even for Lester.Several times during Saturday’s practice, a play would be called and he would need to stop and think.“I’d be like, ‘What’s the signal for that?’” Lester said. “And they’d look at me and I’m processing through what’s the signal for that.”Loeb entered the spring as the presumed favorite to succeed Nassib. When former SU wide receiver Alec Lemon lived with Loeb last season, almost every conversation revolved around football. Though Lemon was a starter and Loeb just a backup, the wide receiver often leaned on Loeb whenever he had questions about the playbook or simply wanted to talk football.Even when Lemon returns to his old apartment, where Loeb still lives, the quarterback always has a playbook open, scribbling away with some new idea.“Where the game slows down most now is pre-snap because of the information I’ve gotten over the years,” Loeb said. “It’s how much you can think and make as many critical decisions before the ball’s snapped.Though Loeb brings his wealth of knowledge and experience to the table, Kinder and Hunt have their strengths, too.Lemon knew about Kinder’s outgoing personality before the quarterback joined the Orange. Lemon hosted him on his first recruiting visit, and right away he could tell what type of person he was.“One talent that most people don’t know about Kinder is he can sing and dance pretty good,” Lemon said.Though teammates chide him for it in the locker room, it’s the extroverted personality he carries everywhere — he sings in the locker room, walking to class, anywhere — that helps him be a vocal leader.On the field, he’s similar to Hunt. Both of their arsenals already include speed and athleticism, but they’re working to improve their arms, as well. Lemon has never seen Hunt on the basketball court, but he’s heard stories of Hunt’s prowess and athleticism.Hunt struggled with his accuracy on deep balls during the first practice of the spring, but in the few weeks since, Lester has seen a world of change.All it took for him was resetting his lower body. A light bulb went on.All of the quarterback candidates are focusing on making small tweaks. Loeb needed to bend his knees more. Hunt said he needs to be a bit more vocal. Everyone needs to become more familiar with the vocabulary of the offense. Once the little things click, the competition will really begin.“It’s kind of a learning curve,” Lester said, “so as they all learn what they’re doing, then we’re really going to see who can execute.” Commentslast_img read more

September 16, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgLooking to avoid the weekend sweep on Senior Day after a pair of Saturday losses, the Wisconsin softball team dropped its Sunday afternoon game against Nebraska, falling 9-0 in mercy-rule fashion at the Goodman Diamond.Game 3With a sellout crowd of 1,612 and concession lines stretching beyond 50 feet, Nebraska (29-19, 15-5 Big Ten) swiftly showed they are an NCAA bubble-team with something to prove.Taylor-Paige Stewart took the mound for the Badgers in an attempt to rebound from her Saturday outing, one that saw Nebraska score nine times on five earned in just three innings of work. The Huskers instead picked up right where they left off, putting four runs on the board before Wisconsin (19-28, 3-14 Big Ten) could even pick up its bats.After allowing an RBI single to infielder Alicia Armstrong, cleanup hitter Steph Pasquale broke the game open with a three-run bomb over the right field fence to make it 4-0. Wisconsin prevented any further damage in the opening frame, but failed to respond with any runs in the bottom of the first. With Kelsey Jenkins on third and just one out, a grounder to second by Chloe Miller sent Jenkins home, but she was thrown out on a snap throw to keep Wisconsin off the board.After both teams exchanged empty frames in the second inning, the Huskers got back to business offensively in the top of the third. After a single from Dawna Tyson to load the bases up with one out, pitcher Kaylan Jablonski helped her own cause with a two-RBI single that extended the Nebraska lead to six. With two runners still in scoring position and just one out, Kylee Muir was able to send the ball deep enough into the outfield to drive in the inning’s final run on a sacrifice fly.Wisconsin’s last legitimate scoring opportunity of the afternoon came in the bottom of the third inning, after a Kelsey Jenkins walked and Miller got hit by a pitch to put runners on first and second with two outs. Ashley Van Zeeland stepped up to the plate trying to put the first runs on the board for the Badgers, but a diving catch in foul territory by Nebraska’s Kiki Stokes ended the inning in an abrupt and highlight-worthy fashion.With Jablonski leading the charge for the Huskers, it was an afternoon dominated by Nebraska’s formidable offensive lineup and defensive prowess. While disappointed with the outcome, Wisconsin head Coach Yvette Healy believed it was more about Nebraska’s capabilities and sense of urgency as an NCAA tournament bubble team.“Top to bottom they’re stacked. They are an impressive program. I wouldn’t say it was us playing down as much as them playing up,” Healy said. “Our team is doing the most with their talent right now. So we’ve got the effort and the heart, I just think we were overmatched.”With two outs and the bases loaded for the Huskers in the top of the fifth, Armstrong drove in another run on an RBI grounder to left field to make the lead 9-0. Pasquale nearly found the gap in shallow left field to drive in her fourth run of the game, but Wisconsin’s Katie Christner ran it down with an impressive basket catch to retire the side.Entering the bottom of the frame, the Badgers needed to score at least two runs to avoid the eight-run mercy rule after five innings and keep the game going. Jablonski continued to show no mercy, however, mowing through Wisconsin to solidify the victory, the series sweep and the two-hit shutout performance.Wisconsin center fielder Maria Van Abel credited the Huskers’ pitching performances, especially from Jablonski, to the struggles the Badgers had offensively throughout the weekend.“She really worked her lanes, and she was really effective with her screwball to lefties. She mixed some curveballs, which kept us a little off balanced,” Van Abel said. “Nebraska is a really good team, and they’re facing great competition this year, so you can expect to see a good outing from their pitchers and they did a great job. Hats off to them.”Game 1The series opener, postponed after rain cancellation Friday, showcased an offensive clinic by the Huskers, bringing home nine runs in the first three innings against Stewart. Both teams displayed shoddy defense, as Wisconsin committed two errors and Nebraska had three of its own. Van Abel and Miller each had two hits for Wisconsin, but the Badgers’ lineup was no match for Nebraska, which had RBI’s from nine different players, including four from MJ Knighten in the 13-5 victory.Game 2A pitchers duel between Wisconsin’s Mariah Watts and Nebraska’s Jablonski showcased a low-scoring affair in the cold, windy weather with very little separating the two teams. A two-RBI single from Wisconsin’s Marissa Mersch in the bottom of the third marked the first runs of the game, but Nebraska slowly chipped away at the lead with one run each in the top of the fourth and fifth innings. Nebraska took their first lead of the game on a fielder’s choice to second base, which conceded the runner on third as Jablonski scored. With two more opportunities to get the equalizer, the Badgers came close in the sixth, but stranded Mersch on third. A one-two-three inning in the bottom of the seventh secured the 3-2 victory for the Huskers.The Badgers, now losers of five straight games, will take on Minnesota (41-8, 15-3 Big Ten) in a doubleheader this upcoming Wednesday at the Goodman Diamond.last_img read more

December 22, 2019 | |Post a Comment

first_imgRossan College Education Centre was established in Letterkenny in 1990 and is now the lead private provider of further education and training opportunities in the Northwest.The centre is registered and quality assured to offer recognised qualifications on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) in the fields of: Training & Development Business Studies & Accountancy Early Childhood Care & Education Healthcare Support & Health Service Skills ICT and Digital Technology SkillsAnyone who is interested in developing new skills or career progression is encouraged to come and discuss their education and training needs with a member of staff who will offer guidance and advice to help them achieve their goals. Rossan College Quality Assurance: A commitment to providing ‘excellence in adult education and training’. Excellent teachers, subject experts, teaching methods and assessment practices. A friendly and supportive learning environment which embraces diversity, builds studentconfidence and supports each individual towards achieving their own personal education goals.An education and training service which addresses the current and future needs of businessesand social economy enterprises in the Northwest.Open access to education and training which will be of genuine benefit to their careers andlives.Leaving & Junior Certificate:Rossan College provides After-School Tuition Classes to complement the work being done in school.Each week, small groups of students come together for tuition and support from experiencedexam-teachers.Easter Revision: We have put together a team of committed, specialist revision teachers whocome together during the Easter break to deliver a highly regarded Easter Revision Course herein Donegal. As parents, teachers and students recognise the marked difference the revisionweek can make to exam performance, the Easter Revision Course attracts students from allschools within the county and beyond.Interested in developing a new skill or pursuing career progression? Rossan College can help… was last modified: August 29th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:educationJunior CertLeaving certrossan collegelast_img read more