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first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailHOUSTON-Friday, for the first time in the Mark Pope era, BYU men’s basketball (2-1) hits the road as they battle the Houston Cougars (1-0) for a 7:00 pm MST tip-off at the Fertitta Center.After outlasting an athletic and long Southern Utah squad, 68-63 Wednesday, BYU will face another athletic squad in Houston.Pope is 2-1 in his young BYU head coaching career and is currently 79-57 (.581) as a Division I men’s head basketball coach.BYU currently scores 71.7 points per game, which ties them for 207th nationally with Bethune-Cookman and Virginia Commonwealth.Senior guard Jake Toolson (15.7 points) is leading the Cougars in the stead of senior forward Yoeli Childs, who is currently serving an NCAA-mandated 9-game suspension. The transfer from Utah Valley also leads the squad in free throw percentage (.857).Also picking up the slack for the Cougars are senior guard TJ Haws (13.3 points per game) and redshirt junior guard Alex Barcello (12 points per game). Barcello’s 7 steals and 2 blocks also lead the squad, making him a versatile and valuable player for Pope.Defensively, BYU surrenders 65.7 points per game, ranking them 142nd nationally. This ties the Cougars with Saint Louis, Boston U., Appalachian State and Saint John’s.The Houston Cougars are coming off an 84-56 rout of the Alabama State Hornets of the Southwest Athletic Conference Tuesday in their only game of the season to date.Houston is coached by Kelvin Sampson, who has excelled everywhere he has been in college basketball.He is currently in his sixth season coaching the Cougars and is 117-52 (.692) at Houston. In stints at Washington State (1987-1994), Oklahoma (1994-2006), Indiana (2006-2008) and Houston (2008-present), he is 542-279 (.660).The Cougars’ 84 points per game currently has them tied for 57th nationally in scoring offense. They are tied with Saint Louis, Lipscomb, Southern Utah, Towson, Campbell, Maryland and Portland State. Houston shot 51.6 percent from the field against Alabama State, which ranks them 31st nationally.Presently, Houston is led by freshman guard Marcus Sasser (14 points per game) and sophomore guard Quentin Grimes (13 points, 5 rebounds per game).Defensively, the Cougars giving up 56 points to the Hornets has them ranked 33rd nationally in scoring defense. They are tied with Texas-Rio Grande Valley, Dartmouth and Northern Colorado.Oddly enough, the Cougars have no blocked shots on the season but Houston’s defensive leader is redshirt freshman guard Caleb Mills, as he had two steals Tuesday against Alabama State.Houston leads this all-time battle of the Cougars 5-2, including a 2-0 mark at Houston in the series. Tags: BYU Men’s Basketball/Cougars/Houston Basketball Written by November 14, 2019 /Sports News – Local BYU Men’s Basketball Visits Houston Friday In Battle of Cougars Brad Jameslast_img read more


first_img Written by Tags: Rodeo June 10, 2020 /Sports News – Local UHSRA Championships Underway FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailHURRICANE, Utah-Here are the updates concerning the Utah High School Rodeo Association Championships underway at the Washington County Fairgrounds of Hurricane.This event will run through Saturday with two performances each day. There will then be a final go-round Saturday morningThese are Tuesday’s results as follows:Boys Cutting1st/2nd: Porter Hales (Morgan), Gage Penrod (Southern Utah County)3rd/4th: Jackson Woolsey (Morgan), Jake Scow (Southern Utah County)2nd Go1st: Porter Hales (Morgan)2nd: Gage Penrod (Southern Utah County)3rd: Kanden Coronado (Enterprise)Event Leaders Going Into the Short Round1st: Porter Hales (Morgan)2nd: Gage Penrod (Southern Utah County)3rd: Jake Scow (Southern Utah County)Girls Cutting1st: Abbi Bowthorpe (Wasatch)2nd: Sommer Amos (Uintah Basin)3rd: Kate Fitzgerald (Wasatch)2nd Go1st: Taylor Porter (Morgan)2nd: Sommer Amos (Uintah Basin)3rd: Abbi Bowthorpe (Wasatch)Reined Cow Horse1st Go1st: Porter Hales (Morgan)2nd: Cheyenne Tedford (Spikers)3rd: Korby Christiansen (Emery)2nd Go1st: Cheyenne Tedford (Spikers)2nd: Sydney Davis (Uintah Basin)3rd: Daisy Petersen (?)Event Leaders Going Into The Short Round1st: Cheyenne Tedford (Spikers)2nd: Sydney Davis (Uintah Basin)3rd: Porter Hales (Morgan)Rifle1st Go1st: Beau Emett (Enterprise)2nd: Curry Wilkins (Dixie)3rd: Kagen Rhodes (Carbon)2nd Go1st: Beau Emett (Enterprise)2nd: Melroy Vigoren (Dixie)3rd: Curry Wilkins (Dixie)Average Champions1st: Beau Emett (Enterprise)2nd: Curry Wilkins (Dixie)3rd: Kagen Rhodes (Carbon)4th: Melroy Vigoren (Dixie)Trap1st Go1st: Parker Fillmore (Southern Utah County)2nd: Hayden Williams (South Summit), Kagen Rhodes (Carbon) and Ruger Payne (Emery)2nd Go1st: Parker Fillmore (Southern Utah County)2nd: Caden Bowcutt (Bear River)3rd: Colt Ekker (Sevier) and Landon Ashment (Spikers)Average Champions1st: Parker Fillmore (Southern Utah County)2nd: Ruger Payne (Emery)3rd: Kagen Rhodes (Carbon), Caden Bowcutt (Bear River) and Colt Ekker (Sevier)State Champion and National Qualifiers1st: Caden Bowcutt (Bear River)2nd: Kagen Rhodes (Carbon)3rd: Ruger Payne (Emery)4th: Parker Fillmore (Southern Utah County) Brad Jameslast_img read more


first_imgBritain faces a potentially more deadly second wave of COVID-19 in the coming winter that could kill up to 120,000 people over nine months in a worst-case scenario, health experts said on Tuesday.With COVID-19 more likely to spread in winter as people spend more time together in enclosed spaces, a second wave of the pandemic “could be more serious than the one we’ve just been through,” said Stephen Holgate, a professor and co-lead author of a report by Britain’s Academy of Medical Sciences (AMS).”This is not a prediction, but it is a possibility,” Holgate told an online briefing. “Deaths could be higher with a new wave of COVID-19 this winter, but the risk of this happening could be reduced if we take action immediately.” The United Kingdom’s current death toll from confirmed cases of COVID-19 is around 45,000, the highest in Europe. Including suspected cases, more than 55,000 people have died, according to a Reuters tally of official data sources.The AMS said there is a “high degree of uncertainty” about how the UK’s COVID-19 epidemic will evolve, but outlined a “reasonable worst-case scenario” where the reproduction number — or R value — rises to 1.7 from September 2020 onwards.The R value — the average number of people an infected person will pass a disease on to — is currently between 0.7 and 0.9 in the UK and daily case and death numbers are falling. An R value above 1 can lead to exponential growth.”The modeling estimates 119,900 hospital deaths between September 2020 and June 2021,” the AMS report said, more than double the number that occurred during the first wave.AMS vice president Anne Johnson said a bad winter flu season, combined with large backlog of patients suffering other diseases and chronic conditions, would add to huge pressure on health services — underlining a need to prepare now.”COVID-19 has not gone away,” she said. “We need to do everything we can to stay healthy this winter.”  Topics :last_img read more