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Join Me for a #PAbudget Twitter Town Hall

first_img By: Governor Tom Wolf   SHARE  TWEET Join Me for a #PAbudget Twitter Town Hall Budget News,  The Blog,  Videos Tomorrow at 2:45 PM, I’m holding a Twitter Town Hall on my 2017-2018 #PAbudget.Start tweeting me any questions you have at twitter.com/governortomwolf now — and follow along tomorrow at 2:45 PM to see my answers.Tomorrow at 2:45 PM, I’m holding a Twitter Town Hall on my 2017-2018 #PAbudget. Start tweeting me your questions now. pic.twitter.com/6ekE1hkRCw— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) February 9, 2017 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf February 09, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Arsenal aim for October return of fans to Emirates Stadium

first_imgRelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Arsenal, Wolves want Michael Olise Akpom pens Middlesbrough loan deal Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium could once again ring to the sound of chanting fans next month, with the English Premier League club on Wednesday, saying it planned to allow a reduced crowd.Matches had been played in empty stadiums since Premier League’s coronavirus lockdown was lifted in June. But last week, 2,500 fans were allowed into Brighton & Hove Albion’s Amex Stadium for a pre-season friendly against Chelsea.This was after the government announced pilot events for the return of spectators to elite sport.“We hope to be able to welcome supporters back to Emirates Stadium on a reduced capacity basis from the Sheffield United game scheduled for October 3,” Arsenal said.“’When fans return to Emirates Stadium, extra measures will be in place to protect us all. These are clearly exceptional circumstances and the health, safety and security of everyone is our top priority,” the north London club added in a statement.English FA Cup winners Arsenal, who also claimed the Community Shield last week by beating Liverpool 5-4 on penalty kicks, begin their Premier League campaign at Fulham on September 12. “Gold season ticket-holders and premium members would have priority access to the limited tickets available,” Arsenal said.Reuters/NAN.Tags: ArsenalEmirate stadiumFanlast_img read more

What we learned from Syracuse’s 93-60 loss to St. John’s

first_imgSyracuse will need some upsets in Atlantic Coast Conference playBoeheim’s squad is now in unchartered territory with a record number of nonconference losses. A year ago, the Orange barely snuck into the NCAA Tournament as a No. 10 seed with three nonconference losses as well as wins over Texas A&M and Connecticut.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter losing on Saturday against Georgetown, SU eliminated essentially any margin for error in Atlantic Coast Conference play. Following the loss to St. John’s, not only will Syracuse need to win every game it’s supposed to, it will without a doubt also have to upset some teams. Six ACC teams currently rank in the Associated Press Top 25 while three others received votes. SU didn’t receive a single vote this week.If there’s any silver lining to playing in arguably the toughest conference in the country, it’s that the Orange can play its way back into contention. But as of now, Syracuse is in bad shape.“We can’t win many of those games, the way we’re playing right now,” SU head coach Jim Boeheim said. “That’s what I see.”Jim Boeheim is willing to take the heat for Syracuse’s strugglesAfter the game on Wednesday, Boeheim, unprompted, said the loss was on him.“I didn’t get them ready to do what we needed to do,” Boeheim said. “We just didn’t execute on defense or offense. St. John’s did. That was the game.”When a reporter followed up about the loss being his fault, Boeheim said, “I don’t think I (do know what I’m doing) with this team because they’re not doing what we need to do to win.”Boeheim hasn’t been shy to point out specifics in what’s been wrong with SU this year. After losing to Connecticut, he said his team’s offense was “horrendous.” After losing to Georgetown, he said guard play had to improve.Andrew White’s inability to get going throws the offense out of rhythmWhen Andrew White is shut down, so is SU’s offenseEntering Wednesday, fifth-year senior transfer Andrew White had scored in double-figures in every game this season. For the first time all year, he was shut down. St. John’s played a box-and-one against him and Malik Ellison rendered White ineffective.White averaged almost nine 3-pointers attempted coming into Wednesday night’s game but only took two against the Red Storm. His lone bucket came with 16:49 left in the second half on a tip-in following his own missed layup.After the game, White said it was the least amount of space he’s had all season and that him being shut down threw the whole team out of rhythm. Tyler Lydon scored 16 points, but other than that only Taurean Thompson and Dajuan Coleman reached double figures just two days after eight players did the same.“Gotta give a lot of credit to their coaching staff,” White said, “They drew up a great game plan.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on December 21, 2016 at 11:59 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschwedscenter_img Syracuse suffered its worst home loss in the Jim Boeheim era on Wednesday night, a 93-60 thumping at the hands of St. John’s (6-7) in the Carrier Dome. The Orange dropped to 7-5 on the year marking the first time in program history SU has lost five nonconference games.Here’s what we learned from the contest.MORE COVERAGESuperlatives from Syracuse’s 93-60 blowout loss to St. John’sSyracuse’s season descends into disarray in historic, 93-60 loss to St. John’sAndrew White scores 2 points, has season-worst performance in blowout loss to St. John’sThe Final Word: Beat writers discuss Syracuse’s big loss, 93-60, to St. John’slast_img read more