Urban Meyer Has Changed His National Title Pick Again

first_img But now, Meyer is changing his pick yet again. This time, he’s sticking in the SEC, but thinks the LSU Tigers will win this year’s national championship.Check out all of the Fox Sports College Football analyst’s predictions below.Who’s on your list of CFP picks?@ReggieBush, @CoachUrbanMeyer, @MattLeinartQB, @joelklatt, @Brady_Quinn and @RobStoneONFOX make their picks through week 7 ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/fhz9kTGCnk— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 18, 2019Matt Leinart is also picking LSU to win the title. But the rest of the FOX Sports crew is split.Reggie Bush and Brady Quinn are both sticking with Alabama. But Joel Klatt and Rob Stone are rolling with Ryan Day and the Ohio State Buckeyes. Interestingly, just two of the six analysts are picking Clemson to make the College Football Playoff. Klatt is the only analyst to not include LSU in his CFP prediction.Back to Meyer — his other playoff picks include Oklahoma, Ohio State and Alabama.As the season progresses, Meyer will probably switch around his predictions a few more times as he’s done already. A closeup of Urban Meyer talking to the media at the Rose Bowl.PASADENA, CA – JANUARY 01: Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer speaks to the media after the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2019 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)For the first time in years, it seems like there’s actual parity in college football. Alabama and Clemson have been the sport’s best for a while. But both look vulnerable as other teams are starting to rise up.Who’s going to win the national championship this year? Analysts are starting to weigh in.Urban Meyer may not be on the sidelines coaching anymore. But now as a FOX Sports analyst, he’s as dialed in to all of college football as he’s ever been.Just two weeks ago, Meyer made his 2019-20 national title pick, going with the Alabama Crimson Tide. You can read more about that here.last_img read more

Boys basketball: Skyview 86, Grant 74

first_img Alex Schumacher hit 11 of 14 free throws as the Storm overcame a 47-point game from Grant’s Aaron Deloney to capture the consolation championship at the Les Schwab Invitational in Hillsboro, Ore.“We knew Deloney would get his points, so we focused on shutting everyone else down,” Skyview coach Matt Gruhler said. “I don’t think they ever got within 11 points of us in the second half.”Schumacher paced the Storm (9-2) with 23 points, nine rebounds and six assists. Squeeky Johnson hit six 3-pointers to score 20 points. Skyview hit 16 3-pointers for the game.Kyle Gruhler added 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Storm, who built a 44-29 lead by halftime. Boys basketball: Skyview 86, Grant 74 Published: December 29, 2018, 6:41pm The Columbian Share: Skyview Storm Share:center_img GO Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Tags “To lose a tough one in our first game here, our guys did a good job bouncing back and really feel good about walking away 3-1 and consolation champs,” Matt Gruhler said. LES SCHWAB INVITATIONALAt Hillsboro, Ore.SKYVIEW 86, GRANT 74GRANT (5-4) — Aaron Deloney 47, Emanuel Steward 3, Laquandre Taylor 6, Max Von Arx 4, Ty Rankin 12, Aiden Martin 2. Totals 25 (6) 18-22 74.SKYVIEW (9-2) — Alex Schumacher 23, Squeeky Johnson 20, Derek Lewis 3, Sean Boss 3, Lowell Dunmire 8, Alec Marshall 6, Kyle Gruhler 14, Jace Chatman 9, Cody McKinney 0. Totals 27 (16) 16-24 86.Grant 16 13 21 24–74Skyview 23 21 23 19–86 By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.last_img read more

Open warrant reissued for the arrest of Jaliya Wickramasuriya

An open warrant was reissued today for the arrest of Sri Lanka’s former Ambassador to the United States, Jaliya Wickramasuriya.The warrant was issued over Wickramasuriya’s alleged involvement in the misuse of state funds. The Police Financial Crimes Investigations Division (FCID) had sough the warrant for Wickramasuriya.Wickramasuriya is out on bail and was granted permission to travel overseas last July but he failed to appear before court since then. As a result an open warrant was issued for his arrest in April this year and it was reissued in July and again in August. (Colombo Gazette)