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Syracuse football recruiting: Quarterback commit Rex Culpepper reportedly tears ACL

first_img Published on July 19, 2015 at 7:40 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Syracuse football recruiting: 3-star quarterback Rex Culpepper chooses Syracuse over national powerhousescenter_img Class of 2016 commit Rex Culpepper tore his ACL during a 7-on-7 tournament on Saturday and will miss his senior season, per multiple media reports. Corey Bender of Scout.com first reported the news.Culpepper is still planning on enrolling in January, according to Syracuse.com.The Plant (Florida) High School quarterback verbally committed to the Orange in June over offers from Ohio State, Florida and Clemson and is the only quarterback in SU’s 2016 class. He threw for 2,016 yards and 20 touchdowns as a junior, per MaxPreps.com and is ranked as the 25th-best pro-style quarterback in his class by 247Sports.com’s composite rankings.Syracuse’s current roster includes six quarterbacks — senior Terrel Hunt, sophomores AJ Long and Austin Wilson, freshmen Eric Dungey and Kenterius Womack and sophomore walk-on Zack Mahoney. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

Baseball defeats Long Beach in extra innings

first_imgAfter this much-needed win, the Trojans look ahead to a home series against No. 1 UCLA. At the two team’s last contest in early March, the Bruins beat the Trojans 7-5. The series’ first pitch is 7 p.m. Friday at Dedeaux Field. Long Beach opted to sub in junior pitcher Zak Baayoun during the middle of the second, but the Dirtbags’ luck did not change. After an uneventful first inning, USC jumped ahead to a 4-run lead at the top of the second inning. The offensive surge began early in the frame when sophomore infielder Ben Ramirez drove a leadoff double to right center field. Freshman catcher Tyler Lozona followed Ramirez’s hit with with a sacrifice bunt to advance Ramirez to third base. Sophomore infielder Ben Ramirez hits against UCLA at Dodger Stadium March 10. “I thought it was a great team win,” USC head coach Dan Hubbs said in an interview with USC Athletics. “If you don’t love playing these types of games — where it’s tied in the ninth and you got a chance to win — then you’re playing the wrong sport.” Before the frame ended, senior infielder Chase Bushor tacked on 1 more run for the Trojans with a sacrifice fly to advance junior infielder John Thomas and gave USC a 4-0 lead entering the bottom of the second frame. The Trojans defeated Long Beach State 8-5 in 10 innings at Blair Field Stadium in Long Beach Tuesday night. Entering the fourth inning, USC looked to build on a 4-1 lead. But Long Beach’s lineup caught fire during the bottom half of the frame, and a two-out rally made the prospect of a comeback became very real for the Dirtbags. Freshman infielder Tyler Porter provided just that, with a clutch RBI single to push Estrada home and send the game into extra innings. At the top of the ninth with the bases loaded, Ramirez lined up a Dirtbags fastball to left field to score Chase Bushor and give the Trojans a 5-4 lead. Long Beach attempted to limit the damage after giving up the lead but entered the bottom of the frame looking for an answer.center_img With the bases loaded, junior outfielder Brady Shockey singled to left center field to push Trojans senior infielder Brandon Perez and freshman outfielder Preston Hartsell across home for his fifth and sixth RBI of the season. Shockey’s hit extended the Trojans’ lead to 3 runs. The inning only worsened from there for the Dirtbags. Redshirt sophomore pitcher Matt Fields couldn’t find the strike zone and walked three Trojans in a row to push Ramirez across home plate, making the score 1-0 USC. Both teams struggled offensively throughout the next four frames. After giving up the lead in the fourth, sophomore pitcher John Beller settled in and threw four scoreless innings for the Trojans. Beller finished the game having allowed only six hits over five innings pitched before junior pitcher Chris Clarke took over for the game’s final frames. The rally began when senior outfielder Brooks Stotler hit an RBI triple over center field to score 2 for the Dirtbags and cut their deficit to 1. Estrada immediately followed up with an RBI single to score Stotle and tie the game 4-4. Both teams were looking to bounce back after disappointing weekend performances. The Trojans dropped all three of their weekend games on the road against Washington, while Cal State Fullerton swept the Dirtbags in Long Beach.   In the 10th frame, the bases were loaded once again for USC when junior pitcher CJ Stubbs lined up a bases-clearing RBI triple to score three Trojans and give USC a 3-run lead. Clarke closed out the final frame to secure the win 8-5. In the third inning, Long Beach’s fortunes began to change. Baayoun retired three Trojans in order for a 1-2-3 inning. At the bottom of the frame, the Dirtbags cut their deficit to three after a double by junior outfielder Calvin Estrada flew over the heads of USC junior pitcher Gus Culpo and senior infielder Brandon Perez to push a Dirtbag home. The match was the second meeting between the two teams this season, as the Trojans relied on hot bats and a strong performance from their bullpen to beat the Dirtbags 5-2 in their first meeting at Dedeaux Field last week. last_img read more

OJ Simpson predicts Jason Garrett to stay with Cowboys albeit in different capacity

first_img LIVE TV SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 3rd January, 2020 14:24 IST WATCH US LIVE Also Read | Jason Garrett Set To Be Fired As Dallas Cowboys Head Coach: ReportOJ Simpson, however, noted one particular problem with the Dallas Cowboys. He has accused Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones of interfering unnecessarily.  Simpson believes Jones should stay out of the locker room and let the head coach; whosoever it is, make all the decisions.Also Read | OJ Simpson Waxes Lyrical About Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson Sujay Chakraborty Also Read | Jason Garrett Reportedly Bid Farewell To Cowboys Players After Missing Out On PlayoffsNFL: OJ Simpson speaks out on Jason Garrett situationA former Buffalo Bills running back, OJ Simpson took to Twitter to make some valuable predictions for the upcoming Cowboys season. According to ‘The Juice’, Dallas Cowboys would surely move on from Jason Garrett as their head coach ahead of the next season but they will retain him in a different front-office capacity. Simpson expressed his admiration for Garrett’s loyalty towards the Cowboys, stating that he expects the team to move him upstairs (in a different role). Garrett has been associated with the Cowboys since 2007.Also Read | Jason Garrett Trends On Twitter After Browns Dismiss Freddie Kitchens COMMENT FOLLOW US Last Updated: 3rd January, 2020 14:24 IST OJ Simpson Predicts Jason Garrett To Stay With Cowboys Albeit In Different Capacity Reports suggest Dallas Cowboys could part ways with head coach Jason Garrett soon. NFL Hall of Famer OJ Simpson comments on Garrett and the next Cowboys coach. The 72-year-old made another key statement, predicting that Urban Meyers could possibly be the next head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. A former Ohio State head coach, Meyers has enjoyed a distinguished coaching career in college football. Simpson believes he could be the perfect man to lead the Cowboys. According to OJ Simpson, Meyers would command the respect by the Cowboys locker room, which consists of superstars and Pro Bowl winners.  Jason Garrett’s tenure as the head coach of Dallas Cowboys may soon be over. Latest reports suggest that the Cowboys officials have decided to part ways with the 53-year-old ahead of the new season. National Football League (NFL) Hall of Famer OJ Simpson has come forward to make some bold predictions about Garrett’s future and the right candidate to succeed Garrett at the Cowboys. Written Bylast_img read more