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Football looks to bounce back after SMU loss

first_imgFacebook Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Previous articleHoroscope: September 24, 2019Next articleImpeachment 101 Colin Post RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Linkedin Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ ReddIt Despite series loss, TCU proved they belong against No. 8 Texas Tech Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ printTCU football, a team familiar with beating Kansas, has learned to not take the team lightly after falling to the Jayhawks for their first time as members of the Big 12 last year. “We haven’t really talked about it specifically,” cornerback Julius Lewis said about last year’s loss to Kansas. “We know now that you can’t take anyone lightly.”With that in the back of their minds and coming off of their first loss of the season last week against SMU, the team is eager to take care of business Saturday at Amon G. Carter Stadium.After being fired by LSU in 2016, Les Miles, who won the BCS National Championship in 2007, took over at the helm for Kansas this season and has Jayhawk fans turning heads for the first time in a while.Standing at 2-2, their season has included a dominating win over Boston College 48-24, their first win over a Power 5 school in almost 11 years. The Jayhawks put up 567 yards of total offense against the Eagles.On the other hand, they have shown lows like falling 12-7 to Coastal Carolina.The Jayhawks’ offense is led by their rushing attack, with two rushers averaging 96 yards or more per game. Their 186.8 rushing yards per game account for over 46% of their total offense. Senior Khalil Herbert leads the way for Kansas with 384 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the year.  Right behind Herbert is Preseason All-Big 12 First Team running back Pooka Williams, Jr. After serving a one-game suspension, the sophomore has rushed for 296 yards and a score so far this season.“Their whole offense [is good],” Patterson said.  “Les Miles is a good guy and a good coach. He’s a good motivator.” As a team, TCU has given up an average of 81 rushing yards per game.  Linebacker Garrett Wallow and his 14.0 tackles per game (No. 3 nationally) have been pivotal in this success for TCU.  Linebacker Garrett Wallow (30) leads TCU with 42 tackles on the season. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.The Frogs are also effective in the run game, as their 260.7 rushing yards per game, No. 4 in the Big 12 and No. 15 nationally. Running back Darius Anderson leads TCU with 368 yards and four touchdowns already this season. The senior has rushed for 150-plus yards in two-straight games after totaling 179 yards and 161 yards against Purdue and SMU, respectively.Both teams are also playing behind signal callers who are full-time starters for the first time. For the Jayhawks, senior Carter Stanley had started a handful of games in his first three years at Kansas. Now the official starter, he has completed 72% of his passes for 861 yards, eight touchdowns and four interceptions.Stanley’s main target has been wide receiver Andrew Parchment, who previously played at Northern Illinois and Iowa Central Community College.  Parchment has recorded 24 catches for 367 yards and four touchdowns. With senior Julius Lewis questionable again for Saturday, the Frogs could see first-year cornerback Kee’Yon Stewart start opposite of cornerback Jeff Gladney for the fourth-straight game. For TCU, first-year quarterback Max Duggan will most likely start for the second-straight contest. However, Patterson emphasized that he had not found a permanent starting quarterback. While seeing Alex Delton on the field is a possibility for the Frogs, Patterson even mentioned that junior Michael Collins is fully healthy and could play against Kansas.“Mike’s [Collins] gotten himself healthy, finally,” Pattersonsaid.  “He understands the offense.  He’s a guy that played last year.”Kickoff against the Jayhawks is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday. Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ Facebook Colin Post is a Sports Broadcasting and Journalism double-major from Houston, Texas. Along with sports writing, Colin hopes to work in sports announcing after he graduates.center_img TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Colin Post Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ + posts ReddIt Twitter Taylor’s monster slam highlights big weekend for TCU Athletics First TCU spring game since 2018 gets fans primed for a highly-anticipated fall Linkedin Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hellolast_img read more

Illegal loan shark was claiming social welfare while making €150,000 profit

first_imgEmail Advertisement WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Printcenter_img NewsBreaking newsIllegal loan shark was claiming social welfare while making €150,000 profitBy admin – December 23, 2013 1083 Linkedin by Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up [email protected] LOAN shark, who made €150,000 from moneylending and boasted to Gardaí that he never failed to collect a debt, was found to be claiming social welfare.Ray McInerney (38) of Rhebogue Hill, Rhebogue, Limerick pleaded guilty to illegal moneylending on dates between the January 1, 2010 and July 9, 2012.Limerick Circuit Court heard that McInerney, who was unemployed and claiming benefit, had “little difficulty in making threats of a serious nature”.Judge Carroll Moran was told that he loaned one customer €20,000 and demanded that €26,000 be repaid. The loan was repaid after the man took out a €7,000 credit union loan to clear the debt and he thought that would be the end of the matter.However, McInerney threatened the customer’s son with a “barrage of calls and texts” and threatened to kill or seriously harm him on November 5, 2011. He also pleaded guilty to persistently telephoning the victim on 49 occasions over a three week period.State prosecutor John O’Sullivan said the calls were “sinister and disturbing.”Detective Garda Pauraic O’Dwyer of Roxboro Garda Station said McInerney’s motivation for the persistent harassment was to exert control over his borrowers. Over €400,000 passed through his bank account between March 2005 and February 2012 when he was unemployed.During a Garda interview, he said that he never failed to collect on a loan and made about €150,000 in profit.€10,000 was seized from a bank account by the Criminal Assets Bureau and a “tick list” was found in a urinal in an en-suite bathroom at his house.Defence counsel Brian McInerney said that during the course of his lending, Ray McInerney had over 40 satisfied clients. He now wished to apologise and express his “deep regrets” for his actions.Sentencing was adjourned until January 17 to allow the court consider the matter. Previous articleMinister takes on challenge of ending homelessnessNext articleHungarian grandmother admits running Limerick brothel adminlast_img read more