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first_img Coral BarryMonday 15 Jul 2019 8:26 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.9kShares Comment Wilfried Zaha urges Aaron Wan-Bissaka to play without fear at Manchester United Advertisement Advertisement United paid £50m for Wan-Bissaka (Picture: Getty)‘I expected it when I came here – it’s a big club. I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for Crystal Palace so the attention will always be there.‘I just need to play my game and block it out. It’s always good to get that first game, that is what I was looking forward to.’Zaha is a former United played, but his Old Trafford career never really got off the ground. Zaha lasted just two years at United after earning himself a 2013 move as a 20-year-old. Wan-Bissaka is already impressed at United (Picture: Getty)Aaron Wan-Bissaka has revealed Wilfried Zaha advised him to ‘play without fear’ after he completed his move to Manchester United.The Red Devils sealed the transfer of the coveted right-back earlier this summer and Wan-Bissaka played his first match for United against Perth Glory.Wan-Bissaka impressed during the pre-season game and the 21-year-old explained his former Crystal Palace team-mate gave him some words of wisdom before he joined the Red Devils.‘When he knew that I joined, he just told me to play without fear,’ said Wan-Bissaka.ADVERTISEMENT Zaha wants his own big-money move this summer (Picture: Getty)‘I have come here as a new signing and he said, “Just play your game and do what you did last season”.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘He was happy for me. He said I deserved it and I should continue working hard and doing what I do.‘I try not to focus on [the pressure]. For me, it is just developing as a player and my ability to help the team going forward. Zaha is determined to follow Wan-Bissaka out the door at Palace (Picture: Getty)The Ivory Coast international returned to Palace, but Zaha is convinced he is now ready for the step up.Zaha has his sights set on a switch to Arsenal, but the Gunners have so far failed in their attempts to prize him away from Palace.The Eagles are refusing to budge on their £80million valuation of Zaha, turning down a £40m offer from Arsenal earlier this month.MORE: Gremio want £36m for Everton as Brazilian speaks out on Arsenal linksMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man Citylast_img read more

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first_imgA study by Campusreform.org shows that USC as an institution has a liberal bias, according to its assessment of administrative policies, campus groups and faculty members.The website determined that the liberal political bias of campus life is in part because of the disproportionate number of liberal clubs on campus. Of the 17 political clubs at USC, 11 are liberally oriented.Micah Scheindlin, political director of USC College Democrats, said that the number of political clubs is a reflection of the political composition of the student body.“If students are liberal these are their personal views and the number of clubs shows their excitement and beliefs,” Scheindlin said.Campusreform.org stated that the USC faculty is also has an overwhelmingly liberal bias.It cites that of the USC faculty and staff who donated to the 2008 presidential campaigns, 91 percent contributed to Democratic candidates — amounting to $80,548, according to Campusreform.org.Marissa Lorion | Daily TrojanUSC faculty and staff donated only $7,933 to Republican candidates in 2008.But Ann Crigler, director of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute for Politics, says that there is a difference between contributions to a party and a political candidate.“It is not safe to necessarily draw parallels between candidates and political parties,” Crigler said.Campusreform.org is a social networking site “to provide conservative activists with the resources,” according to its mission statement.It has more than 14,000 affiliates on college campuses across the country, according to Abby Alger, new media manager for CampusReform.org.“We are an online hub for conservative and libertarian organizations and offer support and outreach to student groups on college campuses,” Alger said.Campusreform.org has eight permanent field reps, who help to start conservative and libertarian clubs on college campuses.“We hope to restore the balance and fix the playing field, which is tilted too far to the left at the moment,“ Alger said.Crigler cautions such evaluations of political biases on campus.“Equating partisanship with bias is not a 100-percent foolproof way of doing it,” Crigler said. “Republicans and Democrats are not entirely different.”Alger said, however, that such a disproportionate faculty has a negative effect on the classroom atmosphere.“[Faculty and staff] partially skew what goes on in the classroom and there is an imbalance in political outlets and allies for conservative students on campus,” Alger said.Crigler, however, said that universities typically tend to appear more liberal than conservative.“If they define liberals and conservatives as ends of the spectrum and liberals as critical thinkers and developers of new ideas, then any university fits a leftist political bias,” Crigler said.The university’s administration also expresses political bias, according to Campusreform.org, by offering courses such as Politics of Global Environment (IR 323), which emphasizes “biodiversity and global governance” and Critical Studies in Whiteness (AMST 543), which focuses on how “whiteness operates within specific racial regimes to perpetuate inequality.”The website also said that the administration expresses a leftist political bias because it received a “red light” for violating students’ freedom of speech when controversial activist David Horowitz visited campus.According to Crigler, such institutes as the Unruh Institute demonstrate USC’s active stance to create bipartisan discourse on campus.“Unruh regularly hosts political discussions on campus, where political clubs conduct analyses of campaigns and policies,” Crigler said.last_img read more

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first_imgThe College Football Playoff pairings will be announced Sunday, but the only suspense is at the top.Which 13-0 team will the College Football Playoff committee tab as the No. 1 seed between LSU and Ohio State? Those two teams capped unbeaten seasons with victories on conference championship weekend; the top seed will likely draw Big 12 champion Oklahoma (12-1), while the loser draws Clemson, defending national champion and winner of 28 straight. Clemson likely will be No. 3 in the rankings.  MORE: Final College Football Playoff pictureThat leaves Ohio State and LSU fighting for the top two spots. Who should be No. 1? Before we begin, a look at just how dominant LSU and Ohio State have been this season:SchoolPoints forPoints againstDifferentialTop-25 wins*LSU6212753465Ohio State6331634705* Reflects rankings at time of gameLSU (13-0)Evidence: The renovation of the offense under passing game coordinator Joe Brady is the story of the season. Joe Burrow, who set SEC single-season records in touchdowns and passing yards, is going to win the Heisman Trophy. The Tigers piled up four top-10 victories during the regular season. LSU prevented Alabama from winning the SEC West with a season-defining 46-41 victory in Tuscaloosa. Ed Orgeron has an offense that looks invincible, the team has been battled-tested against excellent teams this season.Rebuttal: The Tigers’ defense is closer to Oklahoma’s than it is Ohio State’s or Clemson’s in terms of points allowed. They allowed 28 points or more in five games, including 38 to Vanderbilt and 37 to Ole Miss. Ohio State and Clemson have been more well-rounded on that side of the ball.Closing argument: LSU plays in the SEC, which remains one of the toughest leagues in college football, top to bottom. LSU also beat the last two conference champions in Alabama and Georgia by scoring an average of 41.5 points in those two games.MORE: Final bowl projections Ohio State (13-0)Evidence: Ryan Day’s first regular season as head coach was perfect. The Buckeyes dominated the Big Ten and beat opponents by an average of 36.2 points per game. Ohio State has the highest-scoring offense among the three teams and the highest point differential. The Buckeyes closed the season with victories against Penn State, Michigan and Wisconsin (for the second time).Rebuttal: Ohio State has been beating up on the Big Ten for the last three years. LSU and Clemson are on the next level, and Michigan and Wisconsin moved the football on that Buckeyes’ defense the last two weeks. Plus, the Buckeyes needed to overcome a 14-0 and 21-7 deficit to beat the Badgers in Indianapolis.Closing argument: Day has never lost a game. The Buckeyes have three possible Heisman Trophy finalists in Justin Fields, Chase Young and J.K. Dobbins, and they have been the most complete team for most of the season. One half in Indianapolis does not change that.last_img read more

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first_imgColten Ward accumulates 324 yards against Argonia-Attica. Dakota Volavka, above, also accumulates 105 yards.A&A’s Seth Hemberger gets wrapped up by Caldwell defense.by James Jordan, Sumner Newscow — Caldwell scored early and often in a 90-48 win over Argonia-Attica Saturday in Argonia. The game was rained out Friday night, and Caldwell was none the worse for playing the game a day later.Bluejay quarterback Colten Ward put on a show of offensive football, accounting for nine touchdowns as Caldwell scored on five of six first half possessions.  Caldwell also added a defensive touchdown, leading 22-0 after one quarter and 46-14 at halftime.Ward had 324 yards rushing on 24 carries, with six touchdowns on the ground. He averaged 14.3 yards per carry. He also completed six of seven passes for 128 yards and three scores.On the first possession, he scored on a 19-yard run up the middle on a third and 15 play. On two consecutive possessions in the second quarter, he scored on 65-yard run after running the option. He almost did it a third time, getting 42 yards on the first play of that drive.Also in the midst of the flurry of touchdowns, Caldwell’s Corbin Rice picked off a pass and scored from about 25 yards out.After the game, Caldwell coach Sean Blosser credited the offensive line with making holes and controlling the line of scrimmage. He said that allowed Ward to have time to make the reads on the option, and he did that well.“I thought our line took a huge step tonight. Then Ward made the right reads,” he said.Argonia – Attica seemed out of sync early on, and never got its offense going. They were also unable to slow down Caldwell much.Argonia Attica defensive coach Lance Vandeveer credited Ward with making great plays. He said he would have to look at the film and try to find out what they were missing, but he said he tried several adjustments but none of them stopped the Bluejays.Caldwell scored on all six of its second half possessions as well, but in the second half Argonia-Attica started scoring points too.But nothing went right for the Titans. On their first possession of the second half, Seth Hemberger scored on about a 50-yard run, but it was called back because of a penalty. Three plays later a punt was blocked and Caldwell got the ball inside the Argonia-Attica 5.Even after getting backed up for a couple of plays, Ward passed 10 yards to Dilyn Volavka for a touchdown.Dilyn Volavka caught all three of the touchdown passes, and had six receptions for 128 yards.Dakota Volavka ran 17 times for 105 yards and two touchdowns.Argonia Attica scored on five of seven second half possessions. They never really got close, but a couple of times in the third quarter Caldwell was ahead by 44 points, and another unanswered score would have ended the game early.Hemberger finished with 147 yards rushing. Brady Ricke had 68 yards receiving, Anthona Handlin had 56 and Blake Harmden had 53. Quarterback Trevor Pierce finished with 199 yards passing and two touchdowns. He also ran for 53.It was the first regular season loss for Argonia – Attica in more than two years.Game stats are found here: box-scores-for-caldwell-argonia-2016Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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first_imgIOWA CITY — January is typically the worst of the peak months for the flu in Iowa and health officials warn things are shaping up for a particularly severe season for the flu and other respiratory viruses.Dr. Melanie Wellington, an epidemiologist at the University of Iowa Hospitals, says they’re concerned because the southern hemisphere had a bad flu season. “We use that as an indicator to predict what’s going to happen during our flu season and it suggests that the flu season could be a bad one,” Wellington says, “but that is not a science.”Iowans are being advised to watch out for what’s called respiratory syncytial virus, or R-S-V. Symptoms are similar to the common cold, but it can cause severe illness — or even death — in young infants, the elderly and those with compromised immune systems. Wellington says, “You should seek medical attention if you have a cold this year, where it’s simply not getting better, where your breathing rate goes very high, where someone’s struggling to breathe, grunting or having troubles with their oxygen levels.”R-S-V affects between ten and 20-percent of the state’s population each year. Wellington says the best way to prevent R-S-V is by regularly washing your hands. She notes, it’s still not too late to get a flu shot. While flu cases often show up during October and November, the peak months are December through February, though cases are sometimes reported as late as May.last_img read more