Jeremy Corbyn pens article on ways to stop ‘disastrous no-deal’

first_img Pinterest Google+ Google+ WhatsApp News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Jeremy Corbyn has invited leaders of other political parties and senior backbenchers to meet later to discuss possible ways of blocking the UK’s exit from the EU without a deal.The Labour leader has written an article on ways to stop, what he calls, a “disastrous no-deal.”Yesterday, Boris Johnson refused to answer if he’d try to suspend parliament if he couldn’t get an agreement:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/johnrgtrteson7am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Previous articleWait time for driving test in Donegal over six weeksNext articleMore talks needed to solve beef dispute – Naughten News Highland By News Highland – August 27, 2019 center_img Facebook Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty DL Debate – 24/05/21 AudioHomepage BannerNews Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Jeremy Corbyn pens article on ways to stop ‘disastrous no-deal’ Twitter Harps come back to win in Waterford last_img read more

Vice President for Government and Community Affairs

first_imgClarkUniversityVice President forGovernment and Community AffairsWorcester, MATHE SEARCHClark University seeks a collaborative, seasoned, and innovativeleader to join the institution as vice president for government andcommunity affairs (VP) and play a lead role in shaping the visionand direction for this highly respected small, private, liberalarts-based research university. The VP will join Clark under boldnew leadership as the University welcomed its 10th president anddistinguished alumnus, David Fithian ’87, Ph.D., in July 2020. Theposition is a strategic leadership role on President Fithian’sdynamic and evolving senior cabinet, with several other keyappointments recently made or currently underway. This recruitmentaligns with President Fithian’s focus on amplifying Clark’sprominence as a vocal leader within the national higher educationlandscape, as well as Clark’s investment in expanding outwardengagement at the state and federal level.For more than three decades, Clark has been a national model inthe movement of anchor institutions increasingly partnering withlocal governments, civic and business organizations, andneighborhood residents to rehabilitate and revitalize urbancommunities. Building upon this important legacy, the VP willpartner directly with President Fithian, overseeing all governmentand community affairs across the institution. This individual willalso work closely with deans, faculty, administrators, andtrustees, among other diverse stakeholders at all levels of theUniversity. Through broad collaboration and partnership, the VPwill develop strategies to strengthen Clark’s government andcommunity affairs, and effectively communicate its academic,research, and service missions to a wide variety of constituencieslocally, regionally, and nationally. Founded in 1887, Clark was one of the first all-graduateinstitutions in the United States. Today the University is ahighly-ranked, student-centered institution that educatesapproximately 2,350 undergraduate and 1,100 graduate students everyyear to be imaginative and contributing citizens of the world andto advance the frontiers of knowledge and understanding throughrigorous scholarship and creative effort. This commitment toscholarship and inquiry reflects the University’s commitment to“challenge convention and change our world” and to address issuesof critical societal importance. It is also reflected by Clark’smany national and international distinctions, including recognitionfor its diversity and inclusion efforts, innovation, communityengagement and impact, as a top green campus, and for itsdistinguished geography and international development programs.Clark has also been included in the groundbreaking Collegesthat Change Lives guide since it was first published in1996.Clark is located in Worcester, Massachusetts, a dynamic, diversecity “on the rise.” The second largest city in New England, with apopulation of roughly 186,000, Worcester is home to 11 institutionsof higher learning including the University of MassachusettsMedical School, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, College of theHoly Cross, Worcester State University, and the MassachusettsCollege of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Worcester is increasinglyrecognized for its growing healthcare and biotechnologycommunities, for its thriving arts and cultural communities, and asa vibrant food hub with an abundance of new restaurants and craftbreweries. In addition, the city enthusiastically anticipates therelocation of the Red Sox minor league baseball team fromPawtucket, RI to Worcester this year.Clark University has retained Jack Gorman of Isaacson, Miller, anational executive search firm, to assist in the recruitment. Allapplications, inquiries, and nominations, which will remainconfidential, should be directed to the search firm at thefollowing link: www.imsearch.com/7807.Clark University embraces equal opportunity and affirmativeaction as core values: the University believes that cultivating anenvironment that embraces and promotes diversity is fundamental tothe success of our students, its employees, and its community. Thiscommitment applies to every aspect of education, services, andemployment policies and practices at Clark. Clark’s commitment todiversity informs its efforts in recruitment, hiring, andretention. All positions at Clark share in the responsibility forbuilding a community that values diversity and the uniqueness ofothers by exhibiting integrity and respect in interacting with allmembers of the Clark community to create an atmosphere of fairnessand belonging. Clark strongly encourages members from historicallyunderrepresented communities, inclusive of all women, toapply.last_img read more

Watch Dave Grohl Join The Bird And The Bee For Van Halen Cover On ‘The Late Late Show’ [Video]

first_imgOn Wednesday night, indie pop duo The Bird and the Bee welcomed drummer Dave Grohl for a cover of Van Halen‘s “Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love” on The Late Late Show with James Corden.The duo—comprised of singer Inara George and multi-instrumentalist Greg Kurstin—are gearing up to release their latest studio effort, Interpreting the Masters Volume 2: A Tribute to Van Halen, which is set for release on Friday, August 2nd. The album of Van Halen covers is the follow up to 2015’s Hall & Oates tribute, Recreational Love, and features Beck on a rendition of “Hot For Teacher”.With Grohl holding down a hard-hitting beat, George lays down a tender vocal touch on “Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love” backed by Kurstin’s energetic work on the piano. Watch The Bird and the Bee offer up their rendition of Van Halen’s 1978 tune with Dave Grohl on The Late Late Show with James Corden below:The Bird and the Bee ft. Dave Grohl – “Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love” [Video: The Late Late Show with James Corden]Kurstin shared his thoughts on the forthcoming album in a press release. He explained,When I want to listen to hard-rock music there’s still nothing that hits me like they do. Every time I hear them it takes me back to when I first found them on the radio, and it felt so dangerous to me—like they were from a whole other world. It would be so great if people who would never usually listen to Van Halen heard this record, and then ended falling in love with them too.The duo will embark on a 15-date tour in support of their Interpreting the Masters Volume 2: A Tribute to Van Halen release, which will include a tour-opening performance at Los Angeles, CA’s John Anson Ford Theater on August 2nd. Grohl and Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Beck, Nine Inch Nails) are set to join the duo in L.A.For a full list of The Bird and the Bee’s upcoming tour dates, ticketing, and more information, head to the band’s website.last_img read more

2018 World Cup: Five facts from Africa qualifiers

first_imgFive facts about 2018 World Cup Africa zone group qualifying ahead of fixtures between Friday and Tuesday:– Morocco trounced Mali 6-0 in Rabat for the biggest victory and Ghana hammered Congo 5-1 in Brazzaville for the widest away winning margin.– There have been two hat-tricks during the group phase and both came from midfielders — Thomas Partey of Ghana and Youssef Msakni of Tunisia.– A total of 116 goals have been scored in 49 mini-league matches at an average of 2.3 per match, compared with 2.5 in two earlier home-and-away qualifying rounds.– The most common score in the group phase has been 2-1 with nine instances, followed by 0-0 (eight), 1-0 (seven), 2-0 (six) and 1-1 (five).– Tunisia, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Nigeria are the leading scorers with 11 goals from five matches and Mali the least prolific with just one in 450 minutes of play.last_img read more

Samaritans, Wildlife Trooper Save Stranded Seal

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享When a seal pup turned up alone and in harm’s way on a beach near Ninilchik on Saturday, good Samaritans stepped in and called Alaska Wildlife Troopers. NOTE from ASLC: In most cases, young wildlife found alone are not abandoned. Normally their mothers are out of sight, but nearby. If you see a young animal you believe to be orphaned, report your concerns to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game office or Alaska Wildlife Troopers post nearest you. Responding Wildlife Trooper  Cassandra Hajicek of the Soldotna Post: “Eagles were attacking (the pup) and he was unable to fend them off.” According to Troopers: “Last we heard, the little fella was looking healthy, eating, and settling into a safe and nurturing environment.”center_img For a listing of AWT posts, visit https://dps.alaska.gov/awt/contact The Samaritans snatched the seal pup and cared for it until Wildlife Trooper Hajicek arrived, according to Troopers.The seal was transported to Soldotna where Alaska Sealife Center staff were waiting to take him to their rehabilitation facility in Seward.last_img read more

AP clarifies Pearl story about Auburn-Texas Tech finish

first_imgPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUND Session ID: 2020-09-18:ac0f07b37ede4bee5149b6f8 Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-724876-3924593854001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.The Associated Press clarified a story Friday about how first-year Auburn coach Bruce Pearl reacted following Wednesday night’s 46-44 loss at Texas Tech in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge.The AP initially reported that Pearl walked onto the court and away from the handshake line, thus giving the impression Pearl didn’t participate in the handshake line after the Tigers lost on a last-second shot to the Red Raiders.The news organization released a statement to clarify what Pearl did after the game. LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — In a story Dec. 4, The Associated Press reported that Auburn coach Bruce Pearl walked onto the court after a loss at Texas Tech, away from the handshake line. The story should have made clear that Pearl was frustrated by the officiating during the game and that he did return to the handshake line in time to congratulate the Texas Tech staff.Auburn’s sports information director for men’s basketball, Dan Froehlich, contacted the writer who wrote the story Thursday and was later told by the writer’s supervisor that AP disagrees with Auburn’s interpretation of the story.On Friday, AP released a clarification on the story.Auburn refutes AP story about Pearl’s exit from Texas Tech gamelast_img read more

NFL playoff expansion proposal approved by team owners beginning from 2020 season

first_imgLast Updated: 1st April, 2020 11:44 IST NFL Playoff Expansion Proposal Approved By Team Owners Beginning From 2020 Season The NFL team owners voted in to approve the NFL playoff expansion ahead of the 2020 NFL season. 14 teams will make it to the postseason, 7 from each conference. Written By NFL playoff expansion: NFL owners decide broadcasting scheduleNFL further released the broadcasting details of the playoffs. According to NFL communications, CBS will broadcast one additional Wild Card game on January 10, 2020. Additionally, the game will also be broadcasted on Nickelodeon which is expected to be tailored for young fans of the NFL. Furthermore, NBC’s streaming services Peacock and Telemundo will broadcast another wild card round games on January 10 which will kick off later in the day. Also Read | NFL playoff expansion: Projecting The Upcoming NFL Playoff Bracket and ScheduleNFL playoff expansion: No delays in regular-season schedule?A separate report suggested, the NFL officials expect to play a full 16-game regular-season without any delay due to coronavirus outbreak. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport noted that the league expects to start the upcoming season as scheduled. Rapoport writes, ‘The NFL says the schedule release will likely be around May 9 — no later.’ First Published: 1st April, 2020 11:44 IST LIVE TV The 2020 NFL season will see the debut of the expanded playoff format after it was confirmed that the teams voted to expand the postseason by two teams. The NFL playoff expansion from 12 teams to 14 teams was already addressed by the NFL and NFL Players Association (NFLPA) in the new collective bargain agreement (CBA proposal).  Also Read | NFL playoff expansion: NFL CBA Proposal Increases Salary Cap To $198.2 Million Per Club; Cap Space For Each TeamNFL playoff expansion: NFL owners vote to approve new NFL playoff formatIt is reported, on Tuesday, voting was held via conference call between the NFL team owners. It is believed that the owners also discussed the expansion of the regular season to 17 games. However, the revamped regular season is expected to be effective ahead of the 2021 NFL season. NFL communications released an official statement which read, ‘Players and clubs both recognized that nothing energizes fans like the chance to see their team qualify for the playoffs and compete for the Super Bowl. Today’s vote during a league meeting held remotely follows the recommendation of the Competition Committee, Management Council Executive Committee and Media Committee on increasing the number of playoff teams from 12 to 14’.Also Read | NFL playoff expansion: NFL CBA Proposal Approved As Penalties For Consuming Marijuana Reduced, NFL playoff expansion set for next seasonNFL playoff expansion: New NFL playoff format and NFL playoff bracketThe revamped postseason format will see two additional teams from each conference qualifying for the playoffs. The No. 1 seed in each conference will receive a bye in the wild card round. Teams seeded No. 2 to No. 7 will then face each other in the wild card round.  Sujay Chakraborty COMMENT Also Read | NFL playoff expansion: When is the 2020 NFL Draft? NFL owners to decide FOLLOW US SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVElast_img read more

Here’s to the boys from “The Lower End!” (Bill Neal’s Column Nov. 22)

first_img:10—Neal! . . . What? . . . Yo Neal! . . . What? . . . Nealllll!!! . . . What mmmaaannn???  They’re            back! . . . Who’s back?  The Pittsburgh Steelers.  That’s who.  And I mean in a big way.  OK strange voice person coming from wherever you are.  And I have to agree when you talk about a 40-17 good ole fashion southern Tennessee butt whoopin. Now some of you will offer that it was just the Titans, but not only will I remind you that on any given Sunday, but the first half of that game had you wondering, admit it. I’d say once again they have found their groove and it ain’t Stella’s groove. It’s that Pittsburgh Steeler hard-nosed defense, heads up play, smooth offense, everybody contributes, let’s win a Super Bowl groove.:09—Here’s to the boys from “The Lower End,” which is all about location, not status. Trust me when I tell ya, “The Lower End” was second to none. I know you’re waiting to hear who and where. Well, let’s take a panoramic view of “The Lower End” from left to right, starting with the Cook brothers, Robert and Samson. Samson onto the top level military academy, Rickie Merrit, aka “The Voice,” Cecil Tart, aka “The Godfather,” Dane Tart, aka “Mitt,” and one of the Valley’s greatest ever athletes (Just ask Ken Griffey Sr.), Ed Tart, aka “Seeall” (known him 50 years and don’t know why we call him that or how he spells it), but I know he could knock the cover off a ball, Homie, aka “The Author,” Dwayne Price, aka “Cool,” aka “Cuz,” Daniel Ellis, aka “Rock,” aka “The Mayor,” the Pearson brothers Mike, Tyrone and Junior, yours truly aka             “Billy Neal from the Hill–never work and never will,” Ronnie Towler, aka “Toes,” Francis Merrit, aka “The Quiet One,” Rodney Merrit, aka “Big Money,” and last but not least, Dwight Law, aka “Tight,” aka “The Guy Keeping it all Together!”  By now you know I’m talking about the lower end of Donora, down by the steel mills across from the railroad tracks. Most were athletes, some were performers, many were businessmen and yes a few were question marks,        but there was no better place to be or grow up than Meldon Avenue . . . The Lower End!” (FYI, so you don’t forget, don’t ever forget the total greatness of Donora, home of the Dragons and Champions, Judge Reggie Walton, Ken Griffey Sr., Malcolm Lomax, Dennis Lomax,      Bernie Galiffa, Timmy Stokes, Stan “The Man” Musial, “Decan Dan” Towler and Joe Montana . . . close enough!  Just to name a few.  (My apologies to those I may have missed, but if you know you were great, everybody knows you were great.):08—After two great home wins to start the season, the Duquesne Dukes fall to crosstown rivals   Robert Morris 66-59, on Nov. 19.  The Dukes were in it ‘til the end but RMU had a few more weapons at their service.:07—Speaking of which, to the best of my knowledge, only one local player between both teams.  Matty McConnell. You know that name.:06—Staying with the Duquesne thing another minute. Saw my good friends Pat Felix and Bruce Atkins at the game. You know about Atkins, the best of the best. Felix, a great player at Duquesne and the second-highest jumping White baller in Connie Hawkins League history. Second only to Rico Appendanza.:05—If you’re dumb enough to steal anything in China, I might just leave you there. Really . . . in China?  And you’re in college at UCLA. C’mon man!:04—This just in. The Boston Celtics are for real. And in case you haven’t noticed, the Cavs are struggling. And if you haven’t noticed further, there are no Lakers.:03—I continued to be amazed at how many people, most of which have never played anything but hopscotch and checkers seem to know more than Coach Tomlin. All he does is eat, drink, and sleep football 24/7, you see them “2 hours” a week, but somehow you think you know more and better. Here’s a bulletin for ya, little Johnny . . . ya don’t!  So, sit it down, shut it up, and try to remember why you never made the football team in high school.:02—Movie update ‘cause I know you love it and more importantly cause I know you need it. Thor…Waste of time. Two basketballs. Justice League . . . very good. Well done. Four basketballs. Sleeper movie of the year, LBJ.  Trust me on this, 4-1/2 basketballs!:01—I’ve got to ask this one more time people. Where is O.J. Simpson and what have you done with him?:00—GAME OVER.last_img read more

Column: Sentimentality doesn’t go far in the NFL

first_imgIn this photo taken on Friday, July 10, 2015, the Manning Family, from left to right, Peyton, Archie, Cooper and Eli pose for a group photo before they talk to the media about the Manning Passing Academy at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La. About 1,200 aspiring quarterbacks, receivers, running backs and tight ends practice and learn football fundamentals from the Mannings. (Ted Jackson/NOLA.com The Times-Picayune via AP)Eli Manning lasted a lot longer than most before being tossed onto the scrap heap that eventually claims almost everyone who has ever strapped on a helmet in the NFL.Sentimentality doesn’t go far in the league, where what you’ve done in past Super Bowls isn’t nearly as important as what you did in your last game.Manning probably understands that better than most, coming as he does from a royal family of NFL quarterbacks. It was just a few years ago that he watched from a distance as his brother was run out of Indianapolis after he was thought too old and decrepit to lead the Colts to another Super Bowl title.Peyton Manning went to Denver and proved them wrong, and Eli Manning may do the same himself. Maybe not for the Giants, but perhaps for another team that could use a quarterback so durable that he started 210 straight games, and so good that he was MVP in two Super Bowl wins.No, this isn’t the end for Eli Manning. Far from it, and it’s not beyond the realm of possibility to think he leads the Giants once again if current management should themselves happen to get sacked in the offseason.If not, there are plenty of teams that would like a crack at a player who is the only quarterback to beat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in not just one, but two Super Bowls.“Eli’s a big boy, he’s played a lot,” said his father, Archie, who threw passes for 15 years in the NFL. “He’s a tough guy. I’m very confident Eli will handle it.”The way Manning was so unceremoniously removed as a full-time quarterback this week was a bit disconcerting, if nothing else. A coach increasingly desperate for wins not only benched a potential future Hall of Famer, but the player who has been the face of the Giants franchise for more than a decade.“If you had a Mount Rushmore of not only New York Giants but New York athletes, he’d be on it,” said Davis Webb, the rookie quarterback who may end up getting some of Manning’s playing time.Manning would be there indeed, probably occupying the Teddy Roosevelt position right next to Derek Jeter. And that’s part of what makes Manning’s sudden demotion as inexplicable as it was sad.There’s nothing that will happen in the Giants’ final five games that makes coach Ben McAdoo’s decision any easier to digest. The team is playing out a lost season, and any talk about needing to try out Webb or Geno Smith under center is really just talk.What makes it even more puzzling is that this isn’t how the Giants usually do business. This is an old-school franchise that prides itself on stability and deliberate moves, as evidenced by how long former coach Tom Coughlin stuck around.This made the Giants look more like the New York Jets, their stadium partner at the Meadowlands.“This is so much bigger than Eli Manning. This is about an entire organization that has gone sideways,” said NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner. “If you’ve got one guy that represents what this organization has been about and the character and the success of this organization, it’s that guy that has been under center in Eli Manning. He’s never done anything but show character and do things the right way.”Manning showed that by handling his sudden demotion about as professionally as possible, though tears welled in his eyes Tuesday as he discussed it with reporters.“I don’t like it, but it’s part of football, you handle it,” he said. “I didn’t do my job. `’Someone had to take the fall for a miserable 2-9 season and, while Manning is not blameless, it should be noted that 19 Giants are on injured reserve and he has played behind a leaky offensive line that general manager Jerry Reese failed to patch during the offseason. Even Manning’s toughest critics acknowledge that, though the fact remains he’s six years removed from his last Super Bowl win and on the back nine of his career at the age of 36.It’s never really a shock when an NFL player is demoted or cut loose. This is a league that values players only as commodities, which is why even the most elite players get only guaranteed signing bonuses and no guaranteed contracts.Manning is luckier than most because he’ll get a chance to play again, whether in New York or somewhere else. Like his brother before him, he can pretty much pick where he goes and what kind of system he plays under.Yes, Manning deserved better after 14 seasons than an ignominious benching late in a lousy season.For players, though, there are seldom happy endings in the NFL.____Tim Dahlberg is a national sports columnist for The Associated Press. Write to him at tdahlberg(at)ap.org or http://twitter.com/timdahlberglast_img

Wilson-Frame’s hot second half leads Pitt past McNeese State

first_imgPittsburgh’s Jared Wilson-Frame (0) shoots for three over McNeese State’s Jacob Ledoux in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017, in Pittsburgh. (Keith Srakocic/Associated Press)PITTSBURGH (AP) _ In the first half against McNeese State on Saturday afternoon, Pittsburgh couldn’t get going on offense and was without senior lead Ryan Luther, who missed the game with a foot injury.In the second half, junior Jared Wilson-Frame stepped into the void as both a vocal leader and a volume scorer, scoring 16 of his 19 points after the break to lead Pitt to a 72-51 win.Both teams struggled from the floor in the first half when they went a combined 15 for 65 (23 percent). McNeese State took a 10-3 lead and it took the Panthers (6-5) much of the first half to battle back.Wilson-Frame, a junior college product in his first Division I season, got things going with a second-half hot streak from downtown. He was 5 of 7 from 3-point range and 7 of 11 overall.“Jared’s leadership was terrific today and I really think that’s what enabled him to play the way that he did,” Pitt head coach Kevin Stallings said. “He was talking in at halftime, talking on the way out of the locker room. He was the guy that was bringing the energy for us today.”After the break, Wilson-Frame went on a roll. He went on a personal 13-5 run to push the Pitt lead from five at the break to a more-comfortable 13. As a team, Pitt shot 16 of 27 from the floor and 8 of 14 from beyond the arc in the second period.“We had great shots when they made their run,” McNeese State head coach Dave Simmons said. “Those are shots we can finish. . We couldn’t stay close enough and the game just got a little bit lopsided.”James Harvey led the Cowboys (2-7) with 14 points. Quatarrius Wilson had 11 points and 10 rebounds.BIG PICTUREMcNeese State had one chance this regular season to face a major-conference opponent, and the Cowboys acquitted themselves well. Coming off three straight losses, the Cowboys got off to a hot start, leading until the 10:44 mark of the first half.Pitt’s young team features seven freshmen and just two seniors, so playing without Luther provided the Panthers with a glimpse of the future, especially at forward. Brown made his fourth career start and played a career-high 24 minutes. Fellow freshmen Peace Ilegomah also set a new career mark with 16 minutes played.INJURY UPDATELuther missed the game and is expected to be out “at least” a couple of weeks with a right foot injury, according to head coach Kevin Stallings.It’s the same foot that Luther injured last season, when he missed 12 games with a stress fracture, but this injury is to a different metatarsal and is a stress reaction, rather than a fracture.Luther is averaging a double-double on the season with 12.7 points and 10.1 rebounds per game. He is Pitt’s leader in points, rebounds, blocks and steals. He is expected to be re-evaluated in two weeks.STAT OF THE NIGHTIn Luther’s absence, the Panthers utilized a team rebounding mentality that saw Terrell Brown (seven) and Parker Stewart (eight) each set career highs. Shamiel Stevenson also grabbed eight boards, while Wilson-Frame had five.“(Luther) averages a double-double. It’s kind of hard to replace that,” Wilson-Frame said. “We knew it was going to have to be multiple people putting in that work that he does as a collective group.”UP NEXTMcNeese State returns home to face Texas College on Tuesday. The Cowboys are undefeated at home this year, but have played just two games there, starting the year with seven of their first nine on the road.Pitt continues a nine-game homestand with a game against Delaware State on Tuesday. The Hornets have not beaten a Division I opponent this season.last_img read more