Courtesy of MCTNCAA president Dr. Mark Emmert speaks to the media during the Final Four press conference in Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday, April 4, 2013.When NCAA president Mark Emmert announced Thursday that the governing body of college sports is putting an end to its jersey sales, the news sent shock waves across the country.But why does this really matter?Is this decision going to lead to bigger ones in the near future? WillEmmert and the NCAA instead start making formidable payments to its players?Emmert said on Thursday he realizes the organization’s actions could be seen as hypocritical.“In the national office, we can certainly recognize why that could be seen as hypocritical, and indeed I think the business of having the NCAA selling those kinds of goods is a mistake, and we’re going to exit that business immediately,” Emmert said. “It’s not something that’s core to what the NCAA is about, and it probably never should have been in the business.”It sounds like Emmert feels good about fixing what he simply calls the NCAA’s “mistake.” This recognition sounds to me like he’s pleased with himself for “doing the right thing.”A 2011 federal tax return indicated that Emmert made nearly $1.7 million annually, including $23,689 in what was labeled “nontaxable benefits,” according to USA Today. With a five figure sum like that, it could look like he and his buddies took a quite large scoop from the jersey sales pot. He has no reason to feel happy about halting jersey sales.Even though Emmert’s bank account may take a hit, fans of all sports are still going to pay their money to get their apparel, and the cash used in these transactions will just be funneled to different institutions like Nike, Reebok and Adidas, as well as the schools that they represent. All that’s really happening is the NCAA will stop making some money off these talented athletes who people pay obscene amounts of money to watch during the year.It’s probably the right move for the NCAA, so it can try and keep the word “amateur” relevant in college sports by setting college athletes aside from the pros somehow. But in the view of ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas, “amateur” is not a word that’s been appropriate in college sports for years.Bilas has publicly criticized the NCAA for everything from not paying college players to selling their jerseys on its ShopNCAAsports.com website. He reportedly typed in the names of high-profile players like Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney and Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd, among others, into the site’s search bar and found their matching jerseys. This caused the search function to be disabled by the site, probably because the NCAA feared that it looked like they were using these players’ talents to make money for themselves.I have a suspicion that the bigwigs of the NCAA were reaping the benefits of selling these players’ jerseys to the general public. Now that the practice has been shut down, though, the NCAA officials are seemingly proud of themselves. But what are they really proud of? Doing something that should have never happened in the first place? Good work!Who knows how long it would have taken for the NCAA to fix this “mistake” had Bilas not brought it into the public eye. Certainly the NCAA wouldn’t have halted the sales on its own.The bottom line is people are not going to change the way they cheer for their teams. Fans will still offer up the dough so they can dress like their favorite players.What exactly is going to be different after this change?The brands who produce jerseys and other college apparel will make a few more bucks, but passionate fans will still get their favorite uniforms. They will still support their team the same way, and will not have a second thought about it.Congratulations NCAA, you have done well to put an end to something that made you look like all you care about is filling your pockets with dirty money. Credit is simply due to Bilas for pointing that out.Maybe this is the first domino to fall to spell the end of the NCAA. Maybe Emmert and other NCAA executives will implement changes to college sports that will make those like Bilas believe that these athletes really are amateur. Or maybe we are a few steps away from all college athletes getting paid for what they do. Time will tell.Hopefully, the governing body of college sports makes a ground-breaking decision again soon. But regardless, it won’t change the way fans watch their sports.
Redshirt sophomore Jake Hanes (16) jumps up to an incoming ball at the game against George Mason on Jan. 18 at St. John Arena in Columbus. Credit: Ethan Clewell | Senior Reporter.Errors haunted the Ohio State men’s volleyball team in its straight-set defeat Saturday to No. 8 Lewis, 25-21, 25-17 and 25-18. The loss means the Buckeyes (8-18, 3-9 MIVA) will likely receive the seventh seed in the conference tournament, while the Flyers (20-5, 11-1 MIVA) remain in a battle for the top spot with No. 11 Loyola Chicago. While Ohio State outkilled Lewis 36-26, the Buckeyes committed 37 total errors — 23 attack and 14 service — to the Flyers’ 16 errors — seven attack and nine service. The first 13 points scored by Lewis in the second set were due to Ohio State errors. Ohio State sophomore opposite hitter Jake Hanes opened the second set with a kill but four straight Ohio State attack errors put the Buckeyes in a hole early. Lewis did not record an ace, kill or block in the second set until an ace by senior setter Matt Yoshimoto put the Flyers up 14-8. The Buckeyes used kills by Hanes and sophomore outside hitter Martin Lallemand as well as three Lewis errors to cut the Flyers’ lead to 16-14, two aces by redshirt senior outside hitter Julian Moses and junior setter Ryan Van Loo helped Lewis regain a five-point cushion, 20-15. The Flyers extended their lead to seven courtesy of three kills and a few Ohio State errors, winning the set, 25-17. Redshirt junior outside hitter Ryan Coenen led Lewis with 10 kills and four total blocks, adding a dig and an assist. Yoshimoto, the nation’s leader in ace production, led the team with five bounces from the service stripe, adding a kill, two block assists and two digs. Hanes led the Buckeyes with 16 kills and two aces, adding three digs and a block assist. Senior setter Sanil Thomas assisted 27 kills, adding three kills himself, a block assist and eight digs. A Thomas-assisted kill by Hanes brought the Buckeyes to within one of the Flyers midway through the third set, but Lewis used an ace by Van Loo and four Buckeye attack errors en route to an 8-2 run and a 22-15 lead. Hanes and redshirt sophomore outside hitter Tyler Alter each added a kill for the Buckeyes, but errors continued and a block by the Flyers proved too much to handle, giving Lewis a 25-18 third set victory and a straight-set triumph. The Buckeyes held early leads in the first and the third sets, but struggled to maintain them. Once the Flyers took control, errors kept Ohio State from mounting any serious comeback. Early in the first set, Ohio State rode a kill by freshman middle blocker Ethan Talley and back-to-back aces by sophomore opposite hitter Jake Hanes to take a 15-14 lead. The Buckeyes and the Flyers split the next eight points before a Buckeye error, a kill by Coenen and an ace by Yoshimoto propelled Lewis to a 21-19 lead. Ohio State could only muster two more Hanes kills while the Flyers extended their lead to four points, taking the first set 25-21. Ohio State returns to St. John Arena for the final time this season against No. 15 Purdue Fort Wayne at 7 p.m. Thursday and No. 13 Ball State at 7 p.m. Saturday. read more
Zidane declared he and his team are currently focused on the end of the season and despite all the transfer rumours and the upcoming Champions League final, his desire is to be present and finish the La Liga campaign as best as possible.Barcelona have now won the La Liga for the third time in the last four seasons as Real are struggling to finish second. However, in order for them to end the campaign in such manner, they would have to overcome a three-point deficit to their city rivals Atletico.“It’s the last game of the season at our stadium and we want to give our fans one last treat by winning the match,” Zidane said, according to the Daily Mail.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“They deserve it and that’s what we are going to try to do tomorrow. We will give everything to make those who come to watch the last home game leave happy.”“Our motivation isn’t going to change just because we’re not going to win LaLiga, but playing is the best way to prepare, playing well at a high level of intensity. There’s nothing that can replicate a game,” Zidane went on to add. read more
American forward Timothy Weah is delighted to have completed a loan move from Paris Saint-Germain to CelticThe 18-year-old, son of Liberia legend George Weah, has joined Celtic on loan for the remainder of this season after making just two appearances in Ligue 1 at PSG.However, the French champions remain confident in Weah’s potential and awarded him a new contract before sanctioning his loan move to Scotland.Now the teenager is thrilled to be at Celtic and is looking forward to playing his part of the club as they chase an eighth successive Scottish Premiership (SPL) crown.“It’s a fantastic honour to sign for such a historic club, and I’m really looking forward to this opportunity,” Weah told the club website.“I’m also delighted to be working with such a great coach and great team-mates, and I’m looking forward so much to be playing in front of some of the best and most passionate fans on the planet. I’m so happy and so excited.”Opinion: Neymar needs to apologize to PSG’s supporters Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After such a dramatic summer during the transfer window, Neymar truly needs to apologize to all the PSG supporters this weekend.When Neymar finished last…Brendon Rodger’s side will take on Airdrieonians in the Scottish Cup fourth round on January 19 for their first match of 2019.🤳😎 Look who’s out with the #BhoysinDubai…Timothy Weah will join in tomorrow’s Hoops training session at the NAS Sports Complex! 👍 #WelcomeWeah pic.twitter.com/AdcMLPTkAV— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) January 8, 2019 read more
According to McCarthy, all drivers should expect pilot car operations with 15 minute delays. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Drivers should continue to expect nightly paving operations with lane closures, multiple flagging operations and approach closures on Kalifornsky Beach Road, between 8:00pm and 6:30am. There was no estimate as to when the new signals will be installed on Gas Well Road and Ciechanski Road, as well as updating the signals at Bridge Access and Poppy Lane. McCarthy said crews are hurrying the paving along while the weather is still favorable. Shannon McCarthy with DOT: “We’ve got lane closures, multiple flagging stations with pilot cars, expect delays, and plan for extra time.” Off-road vehicles should be aware of construction crews and construction activities by the ATV trail. read more
Tags Now playing: Watch this: Mobile Mobile Apps 1:18 Share your voice Post a comment Read more 5 life hacks for relieving anxietyDon’t blow your New Year’s resolutions: Use these apps to help in 2019The #SelfCare app lets you take a digital mental health day (Download.com) Best meditation apps for iOS and Android to relieve stress (Download.com) ‘My Possible Self’ mental health app helps users understand anxiety (Download.com) Shine self-care app mixes ’90s nostalgia and meditation to help you fall asleep (Download.com) What’s next for 2019? 9 tech and innovation trends (ZDNet) Top 5: Ways to help employees with anxiety issues (TechRepublic) The hustle and bustle of the holidays can often leave little time to recuperate before you’re back to your daily routine. But the new year doesn’t have to be stressful. Along with resolutions like getting in better shape and starting new hobbies, you may have resolved to work on your self care.Check out these apps to help you put your mental and physical health first in 2019. 1. Aloe Bud Aloe Bud (download for iOS) is an easy way to make sure you’re taking care of yourself every day. The app sends gentle nudges throughout the day, reminding you to drink water, eat, reach out to friends and more. Instead of guilting you if you aren’t doing well, Aloe Bud encourages you to celebrate even the small victories. Screenshot by Shelby Brown/CBS Interactive 2. Shleep The Shleep app (download for iOS or Android) is a helpful app if you’re hoping to fall asleep faster and feel more rested when you wake up. Shleep rates how well you’re sleeping with a questionnaire and teaches you how to sleep better through learning modules. Depending on your sleeping habits, Shleep will prioritize certain modules over others. Screenshot by Shelby Brown/CBS Interactive 3. ToDon’t The ToDon’t app (download for iOS or Chrome) might sound like the opposite of how you want 2019 to be, but hear me out. The app works on getting you to procrastinate bad habits or what you don’t want to accomplish that day. ToDon’t could potentially help you avoid bad choices like checking social media or letting laundry pile up. Screenshot by Shelby Brown/ CBS Interactive Download.com: Best apps to help stop panic and anxiety attacks 4. Loosid If you’re hoping to cut back on drinking or be sober in 2019, it’s important to find a like-minded community. Loosid (download for iOS) is a digital sober community, providing support to members and celebrating the choice of sobriety. The app links up users with friend groups, dating options and sober events. Screenshot by Shelby Brown/ CBS Interactive 5. SmokeFree Smoking is one of the most challenging habits to break. SmokeFree (download for Android) can help you quit cold turkey or cut back slowly. The app offers users motivational phrases, tips, time elapsed without cigarettes and a chart of money saved. You can use it to set incentives for yourself: For example, with the cash saved by not buying cigarettes you could buy yourself a new phone. Screenshot by Shelby Brown/ CBS Interactive 6. Calm Whether you live with anxiety or just had a busy day, Calm (download for iOS or Android) can help you find a few moments in the day to feel peaceful. The app offers hundreds of meditations on topics including anxiety, stress, sleeping, forgiveness, gratitude and more. The sessions range from three to 25 minutes long. The app has a seven-day free trial and then costs either $60 per year or a one-time $300 payment. Screenshot by Shelby Brown/ CBS Interactive 7. Lumosity If you play games to distract yourself or wind down from a long day, this could be for you. Lumosity (download for iOS or Android) lets you play games, learn and improve your mind all at once. The app includes puzzles, memory games, logic problems, meditation techniques and more. As you play, you can track your progress while learning your strengths, weaknesses and cognitive patterns. Screenshot by Shelby Brown/ CBS Interactive 8. Anxietyhelper The Anxietyhelper app (download for iOS) teaches you about anxiety and panic attacks so you can better understand what’s happening in your body. You’ll learn signs and symptoms, coping methods and treatment options. If you’re actively having an attack, there’s a panic alert function to notify a trusted person to help guide you through the episode. Screenshot by Shelby Brown/ CBS Interactive 9. Journal Keeping a journal is one of the best ways to see how much you’ve changed and accomplished over time. Getting your thoughts and feelings on paper is also therapeutic. There are dozens of journal apps available, so it’s all about finding one that best suits your needs. The Day One app (download for iOS or Android) just had a big update in August. You can also use the stock notes app on your phone. Screenshot by Shelby Brown/ CBS Interactive 10. Stretch Timer You don’t have to commit to a vast amount of exercise to make a change in your life. Developing a habit of stretching at least once a day can make a big difference. It’s also doable for most people with physical limitations or injuries. The Stretch Timer app (download for iOS or Android) is an easy way to keep track of repetitions and time while listening to calm music. Screenshot by Shelby Brown/ CBS Interactive Use tech to achieve your New Year’s resolutions 0 iOS 12 CBS read more
By MARK SHERMAN , Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) — Justice Clarence Thomas says the Supreme Court should consider overturning a 55-year-old landmark ruling that makes it hard for public figures to win libel suits, writing in a case involving a woman who says Bill Cosby raped her.Thomas took aim at New York Times v. Sullivan and similar cases that followed it, calling them “policy-driven decisions masquerading as constitutional law.”This April 18, 2018 photo shows Bill Cosby arriving for his sexual assault trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown. Cosby has been moved to a general population unit as he serves three to 10 years in prison for sexual assault in Pennsylvania. The move comes after the 81-year-old Cosby spent about four months in special housing as he acclimated to the SCI-Phoenix in suburban Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum, File)“We should not continue to reflexively apply this policy-driven approach to the Constitution,” Thomas wrote in a 14-page opinion that no other justice joined.The opinion comes against the backdrop of President Donald Trump’s repeated calls to make it easier to sue for libel. Last weekend, Trump reacted to a Saturday Night Live skit by asking on Twitter, “How do the Networks get away with these total Republican hit jobs without retribution? Likewise for many other shows? Very unfair and should be looked into.”On Tuesday, the high court rejected an appeal from actress Kathrine McKee, who said Cosby raped her in 1974. McKee sued Cosby for damaging her reputation after a lawyer for the comedian allegedly leaked a letter attacking McKee. Two lower courts ruled against her and dismissed the case, based largely on McKee’s role as a public figure.The Sullivan case set a very high bar for public officials to win a libel suit and hefty money awards over published false statements that damaged their reputations. The high court extended the 1964 decision in the ensuing decades to make it tough for celebrities, politicians and other public figures to win defamation cases.Thomas is the justice who most often calls for jettisoning Supreme Court rulings that he says do not comport with the meaning of the Constitution at the time it was adopted.“The states are perfectly capable of striking an acceptable balance between encouraging robust public discourse and providing a meaningful remedy for reputational harm,” he wrote.He is not the first justice to criticize the 1964 case, though he appears to be the first to issue a call for its reconsideration in a Supreme Court opinion. The late Justice Antonin Scalia took a similarly dim view of the Sullivan ruling, once saying in a televised interview that he abhorred it. read more
A Columbus crab living on a loggerhead sea turtle. Credit: BMC Ecology 2013, 13:6 doi:10.1186/1472-6785-13-6/CC BY 2.0 P. minutus is a type of tiny (half-inch long) pelagic crab that lives in the open ocean—it is notable because it makes its home on things that float, such as logs, weeds and even the hulls of ships. In this new effort, the researches focused on those crabs that lived either on floating plastic debris ‘islands’ or in the small space below the tail of loggerhead turtles and its shell—a space just large enough for two of the crabs to live—one male and one female.The researchers sought to test a biology theory that suggests that larger groups of refuge-dwelling animals should be more inclusive than those that are smaller and thus more exclusive. To that end, they conducted a survey of the oceanic crabs by sailing out onto the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre (a vortex where plastic trash tends to congregate) and corralling floating items and then snatching the crabs that were living on them—each specimen was preserved in ethanol and then catalogued.As part of the analysis, they noted that the size of a given turtle did not matter, other than it was big enough to serve as a host—only two crabs ever paired up and used the turtle’s back-end as a home. This suggested that it was not the size of the turtle that mattered but the size of the refuge it offered. In this case, the crabs all lived a monogamous lifestyle. They found the same thing when looking at crabs living on small patches of barnacles. In sharp contrast, they noted that crabs that lived on larger refuge sites such as floating plastic, gave up the monogamous lifestyle, opting instead to play the field. This, the team suggests, was likely mostly due to the inability to defend an open space against interlopers. These differences, the researchers note, indicates an adaptation by the crabs—one that fit neatly with the theory they were seeking to bolster—that the crabs did become more exclusive as their group became smaller. More information: Joseph B. Pfaller et al. Sea turtle symbiosis facilitates social monogamy in oceanic crabs via refuge size, Biology Letters (2016). DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2016.0607 AbstractThe capacity for resource monopolization by individuals often dictates the size and composition of animal groups, and ultimately, the adoption of mating strategies. For refuge-dwelling animals, the ability (or inability) of individuals to monopolize refuges should depend on the relative size of the refuge. In theory, groups should be larger and more inclusive when refuges are large, and smaller and more exclusive when refuges are small, regardless of refuge type. We test this prediction by comparing the size and composition of groups of oceanic crabs (Planes minutus) living on plastic flotsam and loggerhead sea turtles. We found that (i) surface area of refuges (barnacle colonies on flotsam and supracaudal space on turtles) is a better predictor of crab number than total surface area and (ii) flotsam and turtles with similar refuge surface area host a similar number (1–2) and composition (adult male–female pairs) of crabs. These results indicate that group size and composition of refuge-dwelling animals are modulated by refuge size and the capacity for refuge monopolization. Moreover, these results suggest that sea turtle symbiosis facilitates social monogamy in oceanic crabs, providing insights into how symbiosis can promote specific mating strategies. Journal information: BMC Ecology Female fiddler crabs want protection not sex Explore further (Phys.org)—A pair of researchers has found that a type of oceanic crab (Planes minutus) alters its mating habits based on the relative size of its refuge. In their paper published in the journal Biology Letters, Joseph Pfaller with the University of Florida and Michael Gil with the University of California describe their study of the crabs and their mating habits in light of resource constraints. , Biology Letters © 2016 Phys.org Citation: Oceanic crab found to change its mating habits based on refuge size (2016, September 22) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2016-09-oceanic-crab-habits-based-refuge.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. read more
Artistic rendition of the Chicxulub impactor striking ancient Earth, with Pterosaur observing. Credit: NASA This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Scientists around the world have reached a consensus regarding the reason that the dinosaurs (except for bird relatives) went extinct—a large asteroid struck the Earth just off what is now the Yucatan peninsula, hurling so much soot and other material into the atmosphere that the planet became too cold (for approximately three years) for the dinosaurs and most other land animals to survive. But now, it appears that they might have survived had the asteroid struck almost anywhere else.To learn more about the event that had such a huge impact on the history of our planet, Kaiho and Oshima used a computer to analyze multiple data sources surrounding the impact and the location where it struck—the resulting simulation showed how much soot would have been generated based on the amount of hydrocarbon material in the ground near the impact site. Such hydrocarbons would include not just oil or coal deposits, but other rocks that also contained oil—more hydrocarbons would mean more soot and gases making their way into the atmosphere. The research pair also created a map showing surface hydrocarbon densities across the globe at the time.They found that the site where the asteroid struck was particularly dense in hydrocarbons—87 percent of the planet surface was less dense. That means, they claim, that if the asteroid had struck a place where it was less dense (which would have been almost anywhere else), much less soot would have been generated, and thus, the planet would not have cooled as much. And if the planet had not cooled so much, the dinosaurs might have survived, and that might have meant that we humans would never have had a chance to evolve. (Phys.org)—A pair of researchers at Tohoku University has found evidence suggesting that if the asteroid that struck the Earth near Chicxulub 66 million years ago had landed almost anywhere else, it would not have been nearly as destructive. In their paper published in the journal Scientific Reports, Kunio Kaiho and Naga Oshima suggest that had the asteroid struck another part of the planet it is likely the dinosaurs would have survived. Mass extinction only occurred when the asteroid having 9-km diameter hit the orange areas. Credit: Kunio Kaiho Did a burning oil spill wipe out the dinosaurs? More information: Kunio Kaiho et al. Site of asteroid impact changed the history of life on Earth: the low probability of mass extinction, Scientific Reports (2017). DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-14199-xAbstractSixty-six million years ago, an asteroid approximately 9 km in diameter hit the hydrocarbon- and sulfur-rich sedimentary rocks in what is now Mexico. Recent studies have shown that this impact at the Yucatan Peninsula heated the hydrocarbon and sulfur in these rocks, forming stratospheric soot and sulfate aerosols and causing extreme global cooling and drought. These events triggered a mass extinction, including dinosaurs, and led to the subsequent macroevolution of mammals. The amount of hydrocarbon and sulfur in rocks varies widely, depending on location, which suggests that cooling and extinction levels were dependent on impact site. Here we show that the probability of significant global cooling, mass extinction, and the subsequent appearance of mammals was quite low after an asteroid impact on the Earth’s surface. This significant event could have occurred if the asteroid hit the hydrocarbon-rich areas occupying approximately 13% of the Earth’s surface. The site of asteroid impact, therefore, changed the history of life on Earth. Explore further © 2017 Phys.org Citation: New analysis of Chicxulub asteroid suggests it may have struck in vulnerable spot (2017, November 10) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2017-11-analysis-chicxulub-asteroid-struck-vulnerable.html Journal information: Scientific Reports read more
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