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It’s Birdapoolza Time!

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first_img Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your name here Please enter your comment! Previous articleVehicle Burglaries Decline in ApopkaNext articleFor Work Release volunteers, one good turn deserves another Dale Fenwick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR It is the first weekend in February and that means it is time for the fourth annual Lake Apopka Wildlife Festival & Birdapalooza.On Friday bird watchers can participate in three different field trips along the North Shore of Lake Apopka.  Participants will search for more than 360 documented species.On Saturday, enjoy the free Birdapalooza Festival.  Observe bird banding, take guided tours by bus or on foot and check out exhibits, music, nature-inspired merchandise sales and food trucks.On Sunday, find other unusual birds on your own self-guided tour.More details and the entire schedule can be found here:  BirdapoolzaDid we mention the cost?  The event is FREE! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address herelast_img read more

Elections held for European Parliament May 23-26

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first_imgEarly projections report that more than 200 million people, out of the 400 million eligible, voted in the European parliamentary elections. This turnout is a significant increase from the last election five years ago and indicates a growing concern about the future of the European Union.While right-wing parties were predicted to make substantial gains, they only did slightly better than in 2014. The centrist parties that dominated the EU’s parliament for the past 40 years did have substantial losses, while the Greens and Liberal parties did substantially better.The population of the EU is 540 million people, compared to 328 million in the United States. Elections to the EU Parliament took place from May 23 to May 26 in 28 member countries. Preliminary results were announced late on May 26.The EU Parliament has little real authority. It can’t propose laws or EU leaders; it can just accept or reject them. The U.S. media barely reported on these elections in the past. This time, the corporate media here paid more attention.That’s because the far- and fascist-right proclaimed their intent to win this vote in order to break up the EU from the inside. Steve Bannon, one of Trump’s main ideologues, is promenading around Europe from plush hotel to even plusher hotel proclaiming the evils of the EU and meeting with European anti-immigrant ultra-rightists. At the same time there is a general mood of disgruntlement among workers in many European countries over economic conditions, which also led to the greater turnout.EU member countries are heterogeneous. Some are developed and wealthy imperialist countries, like France, Germany, Britain, and the smaller Netherlands and Sweden. Others like Romania and Cyprus aren’t. For the European big bourgeoisie, the EU is a capitalistic coalition that serves as an economic and political machine that can be wielded against former colonies, can improve its competitiveness with U.S. imperialism, and can provide a framework the big German and French banks to operate more freely and dominate the economies of the other countries. It is also a capitalist tool to keep workers’ demands under multinational control.Brexit scenariosThe EU faces an existential threat in Britain’s demand to leave, which was made almost three years ago. This process, called Brexit, has turned British politics into a shambling wreck. The campaign to get the referendum authorizing Brexit approved was based on racist, xenophobic lies, blaming immigrants for the austerity that the British ruling class imposed.Most Brexit scenarios predict major economic damage to the British economy, the second largest in the EU behind Germany. British, Scottish, Welsh and Irish workers — the working classes of the nations included in the so-called United Kingdom/Great Britain — will inevitably bear the biggest burden of any economic collapse. Prime Minister Theresa May’s forced resignation — over the English Parliament’s refusal to approve any deal that she worked out with the EU — makes a precipitous Brexit much more likely come Oct. 31, the deadline for Brexit to be completed.The right-wing parties in Europe, which the U.S. media generally calls “populist,” have strong differences with each other as well as points of agreement. They are united for the most part in opposing immigration, strengthening their countries’ borders, and hypocritically criticizing “the elites.” After the mess that Brexit has created in Britain, these parties are rather circumspect about calling for an exit from the EU.Like the Brexiteers in Great Britain, most of the far-right parties in Europe want to increase the power of their national governments against “Brussels,” a generic word for the European Union’s bureaucracy located in the EU’s  capital city. A major point of disagreement in the European right-wing is over whether to have friendly or confrontational relations with Russia.Results in Britain, France, GermanyThe election results in Britain, France and Germany were particularly interesting.In Great Britain, the Brexit Party — a single-issue party set up six weeks ago — came in first with 28 seats out of 64. Basically the total vote for leaving was close to the total vote for staying. The Conservatives, the party now running the British government, got less than 10 percent of the vote, coming in fifth, with their lowest percentage vote in almost 200 years.In France, the semi-fascist Rassemblement National (National Rally) came in first with 23 percent, beating the République en marche (Forward the Republic), President Macron’s party, by just 1 percent. This is an embarrassing defeat for Macron, but not the smashing victory Marine Le Pen, head of the RN, was trumpeting. The two parties that had alternated running France for decades barely made a showing.In Germany, the Greens made strong gains to finish second with more than 20 percent of the vote, behind Angela Merkel’s center-right party. The far-right Alternative for Germany also made strong gains to finish fourth, just behind the Social Democrats, who with 15.5 percent had a brutal decline of more than 11 percentage points compared to five years ago.Our guiding principle in looking at such a large, complicated event as the EU parliamentary elections is that workers’ struggles should have no borders. The EU is a capitalist institution being attacked by capitalists in their interests. Workers have their own interests at stake.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Pioneer Harvest Yield check Report 10/20/14

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first_img SHARE The decision to plant early this spring seems to have been a good one for some Southeast Indiana growers.   After rains last week, harvest is expected to resume in SE Indiana this week. Jason Urwin, with DuPont Pioneer, says yields are coming in highly variable, “We have had a variety of yields, everything from average to well above average.  I have seen everything from 160 bpa to 260bpa.” By Gary Truitt – Oct 20, 2014 Facebook Twitter What seems to be determining which end of that range you are at is when you planted the crop this spring, “A lot of the crop that was planted in early May got off to a strong start are showing some very high yields.” He added this was especially true in areas that did not see the heavy rains this summer and did not experience a lot of nitrogen loss because of the wet soils.  “The exceptional yields seem to be favoring those crops that got planted early,” he said. SHARE Pioneer Harvest Yield check Report 10/20/14 Pioneer had several new hybrids in their lineup this year, and Urwin says some of the new kids on the block did very well, “909AM, which is a new product, has just been incredible in some of the plots and, along with 1197AM, is also making a lot of waves.” He said other top corn performers include 1498AM, 1360AM, 1221AMXT, 987AM, and 1023AM. Listen to the complete report with Jason Urwin on the agronomy page at our web site and mobile app. Home News Feed Pioneer Harvest Yield check Report 10/20/14 Pioneer Harvest Yield check Report 10/20/14 Facebook Twitter Previous articleEarly Planting Producing High Yields in SE IndianaNext articleEthanol Industry Applauds Abengoa Gary Truittlast_img read more

GEEK: Alternatives to facilitate Windows updates

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first_img Facebook Facebook By admin – May 6, 2018 GEEK: Alternatives to facilitate Windows updates Twitter Twitter WhatsApp ItsGeekToMeQ: My issue is with Windows 10 Update Assistant. Every morning when I turn on the computer it displays the message “This PC is not running the latest and most secure version of Windows 10. This PC is running version 10240. The latest version is 16299. Click ‘update now’ to get started.” I let it do its thing which sometimes takes an hour, restart and then I can finally do what I need to do on the computer. But the next morning, it does it all over again. I’m thinking there’s something blocking to where it doesn’t update, but I’ve tried everything to no avail. Even tried to turn off automatic update, but it has a mind of its own.– Melba P.Fort Walton Beach, FloridaA: It sounds like you are one of the increasingly rare people that fully shut-down your computer at night. I’m not necessarily saying that there’s anything wrong with that, especially if you have good reasons for doing so. Whatever those reasons are, I can probably give you far better ones for leaving it powered up, but like so many things, it comes down to a matter of personal choice. I will say that the entire Windows Update process seems to revolve around getting updates done when it doesn’t interfere with the use of the computer. The natural target for that is the middle of the night, when most people are sleeping.Your assumption that the update is failing might be absolutely correct. However, before we assume that, I’d like to point out that in most cases where an update doesn’t succeed, it fails with an explanative error message on the screen, which often requires an advanced degree in Computer Science to interpret and understand. In your case, the only error you’ve mentioned is one you receive upon booting your computer.During my research into your problem I made a rather interesting discovery. It seems people running the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update may have issues when updating their PC (Thanks, Bill!) There are actually two problems. First, the installation might stop at 99% and start to show excessive CPU utilization. This requires the PC to be forcibly restarted. In the second problem, the PC reports that an update has failed but Microsoft claims that the update actually succeeded and it is the error message itself that is at fault (Thanks again, Bill!) It sounds like it’s possible that the second scenario could be what’s happening with you, Melba, although I’d feel more confident in my analysis if you had said that there was an error message associated with the failed update.At this point, you may be uncertain just exactly which version your PC is actually running. To clear things up, you can always examine Windows itself and see the version information. Click the Start button, then the Gear icon, which is the “Settings” button. In the “Find a setting” box, type the word ‘about’ and select “About Your PC” from the displayed choices. Scroll down to the section that says “Windows specifications” and there you’ll find the OS Build number, which, as your error message said, is supposed to be 16299.xxx if you want the latest.From this same box you can also see if there are updates waiting. In the Windows Update dialog, there is a button labeled “Check for Updates.” This button does exactly what it says, and will go out to the Windows Update Server and see if there are any new patches or feature updates that have not been installed. In your case, if there is an update that is regularly failing to install, it will be shown here as still pending.If the update is actually failing, you can get more information by viewing your system’s update history. Again, click Start->Gear Icon, and this time type ‘Update history’ in the box, and select “View your update history”. If you find failed updates, first make sure they didn’t succeed on a subsequent attempt. Barring that, to get more information click on the name of the update, and it will take you to a Microsoft web page that describes the update, any known problems with it, and any subsequent patches that have been made.To view additional content, comment on articles, or submit a question of your own, visit my website at ItsGeekToMe.co (not .com!)center_img WhatsApp Local NewsBusiness Pinterest >> Jeff Werner is a software engineer and has been writing this column since 2007. Pinterest Previous articleTHE IDLE AMERICAN: My mother’s potato saladNext articleGOOD NEWS: UTPB Spring Graduates adminlast_img read more

DS News Webcast: Thursday 5/1/2014

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first_img Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago DS News Webcast: Thursday 5/1/2014 Sign up for DS News Daily Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago May 1, 2014 524 Views Home / Featured / DS News Webcast: Thursday 5/1/2014 The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Related Articles Is Rise in Forbearance Volume Cause for Concern? 2 days ago RealtyTrac released its U.S. Home Flipping Report for the first quarter of 2014, reporting that 3.7 percent of all U.S. single-family home sales were flips, which the company defines as homes purchased and sold again within six months. Nationally, home flipping is down, dropping 4.1 percent from the fourth quarter of 2013. Yearly, home flipping declined as well, dropping 6.5 percent. The company believes the drop is from investors recalibrating their strategy to account for slower home price appreciation.On average, flips in the first quarter took 101 days to complete, up from 92 days in the previous quarter. The average sales price of a single-family home was approximately $55,000 higher than the purchasing price. The gain in sales price reflects an unadjusted ROI of 30 percent. Additionally, 82 percent of all properties flipped in the first quarter were sold to owner-occupants, while 18 percent of homes were sold to buyers with a different mailing address than the property purchased. 43 percent of properties were all-cash sales.The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System issued their Federal Open Market Committee statement, noting it will further taper its purchases of mortgage backed securities by $5 billion for a total of $20 billion per month. Additionally, longer-term Treasury securities will be scaled back to $25 billion per month, rather than the previous figure of $30 billion. The Fed commented that growth in economic activity has picked up recently despite a sluggish first quarter, due in part to adverse weather conditions. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago About Author: DSNews 2014-05-01 DSNews The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Previous: U.S. Home Flipping Drops to 3.7 Percent of All Sales Next: Guild Mortgage Continues Texas Expansion Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago in Featured, Media, Webcasts  Print This Post Share Save Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Subscribelast_img read more

Government commits to holding referendum on lowering voting age

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first_img Facebook Pinterest Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Minister McConalogue says he is working to improve fishing quota WhatsApp Google+ Government commits to holding referendum on lowering voting age Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme center_img Pinterest Previous articleAbortion Bill debate continues in the SeanadNext articleCouncil water restrictions extended to the Glenties electoral area News Highland By News Highland – July 18, 2013 Google+ Facebook News 70% of Cllrs nationwide threatened, harassed and intimidated over past 3 years – Report The government has officially committed to holding a referendum on lowering the voting age.Environment Minister Phil Hogan told the Dáil a ballot to lower the age to 16 would be held in two years.It is the first time the Government has committing to hold a public vote after a report by the Constitutional Convention.Minister Hogan has told the Dáil that lowering the age could have several positive effects.”Arguments in favour of reducing the voting age put forward at the Convention included that it could help to increase electoral turnout, that reducing the voting age would be consistent with  other legal rights that 17-year-olds already have, and that it could help to facilitate vote registration through schools” he said. WhatsApp Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powerslast_img read more

Civil rights leader says Starbucks training just the first step in rooting out implicit bias

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first_imgAndrew Burton/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — As Starbucks prepares to shut down 8,000 company-owned stores on Tuesday for a mass employee teaching session on combating racial bias, the president of one of the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights groups told ABC News that the crucial test will be after the coffee giant concludes its training.Marc Morial, president of the Urban League, said the company cannot expect one afternoon of teaching to root out the type of implicit bias that prompted the wrongful arrest of two African-American men at a downtown Philadelphia Starbucks store earlier this year and caused its CEO to apologize to the men in person.“I think Starbucks should be applauded for what I would call one of the most ambitious efforts to confront an incident of this type that I’ve seen any company do in recent times,” Morial told ABC News. “However, it’s important to realize that one day of diversity training will not solve implicit and explicit racism either at a company or in America. The test is going to be what is the go-forward strategy by the company to institutionalize which kind of training or professional development to deal with the broader issues.”On April 12, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, two 23-year-old black entrepreneurs and longtime friends, were waiting to meet a potential business partner at a Starbucks in downtown Philadelphia when a white manager asked them whether they wanted to order anything. They declined and told her they were just there for a quick meeting.Nelson said he immediately asked to use the restroom when they walked in but was informed it was for paying customers only. So the pair sat at a table and waited for the person with whom they were scheduled to meet.Within two minutes after entering the store, the manager called 911 and police officers arrested the men for trespassing and paraded them out of the store in handcuffs when they refused requests to leave.A customer posted a cellphone video on Twitter of the men being arrested, sparking national outrage, protests at the Philadelphia Starbucks and calls for a boycott against the company.Within 24 hours, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson called the incident “reprehensible” and apologized to the men. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross also issued a public apology and all charges against the men were dropped.“We will learn from our mistakes and reaffirm our commitment to creating a safe and welcoming environment for every customer,” Howard Schultz, the executive chairman of Starbucks, said in a statement.On April 17, Starbucks announced it would close more than 8,000 company-owned stores across the nation for one afternoon to train 170,000 employees on how to avoid “racial bias.”Starbucks says the training will run up to four hours on Tuesday beginning at 1 p.m. or 2 p.m. Employees will gather at their individual stores and go over a curriculum created with input from experts such as Sherrilyn Ifill, president of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund; Bryan Stevenson, executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative; and Heather McGhee, president of the public policy organization Demos.The company last week released a preview of the video workers will watch during the training. It features Academy Award-winning rapper Common, who will guide them through the lesson, the company said.During the training, employees will go through a workbook and given instruction on identifying implicit and explicit bias and how to control it. Employees are also expected to hold group discussions and share personal experiences on discrimination.The company has already instituted what it calls a “Third Place Policy” in which customers are “welcome to use Starbucks spaces, including our restrooms, cafes and patios, regardless of whether they make a purchase.”“Our hope is that these learning sessions and discussion will make a difference within and beyond our stores,” Rossann Williams, Starbucks executive vice president of U.S. retail, told employees in a note the company made public on May 23.Following the training session, the curriculum will be available to the public.“May 29 isn’t a solution, it’s a first step,” Williams said. “By educating ourselves on understanding bias and how it affects our lives and the lives of the people we encounter and serve, we renew our commitment to making the third place welcoming and safe for everyone.”Morial, the former mayor of New Orleans, noted that African-Americans have endured similar incidents at other retail chains since the incident at the Philadelphia Starbucks.Earlier this month, police were called on three black teens wrongly accused of shoplifting at a Nordstrom Rack in St. Louis, Missouri, prompting the company’s president Geevy Thomas to meet with the three young men and their parents and apologize. In another incident this month, police were called on an African-American customer at a Hobby Lobby store near Birmingham, Alabama, because he vaguely resembled a suspect in a check-cashing scheme.“Implicit and explicit bias is a reality in 21st century America,” Morial told ABC News. “It’s just a reality and to deny it is to deny the obvious because now with social media people are often getting caught red-handed.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Service-sector deals rising

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first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Service-sector deals risingOn 7 Mar 2000 in Personnel Today • Figures showing settlements for manufacturing and service firms show thelatter continue to rise steadily.The CBI’s Pay Data Bank survey found manufacturing pay settlements are thelowest since 1980. Sectors covered under private services are catering and leisure, financialservices, retailing and distribution, transport and communications,business/professional services and construction.Service company pay awards averaged 4 per cent in the three months toDecember 1999, compared with 3.8 per cent to November and 4.4 per cent a yearago. Manufacturing awards averaged 2 per cent in the three months to December,2.3 per cent in the three months to November and 3 per cent a year ago.www.cbi.org.uk Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more

First geomorphological record and glacial history of an inter-ice stream ridge on the West Antarctic continental shelf

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first_imgInter-ice stream areas cover significant portions of Antarctica’s formerly glaciated shelves, but have been largely neglected in past geological studies because of overprinting by iceberg scours. Here, we present results of the first detailed survey of an inter-ice stream ridge from the West Antarctic continental shelf. Well-preserved sub- and proglacial bedforms on the seafloor of the ridge in the eastern Amundsen Sea Embayment (ASE) provide new insights into the flow dynamics of this sector of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) during the Last Glacial cycle. Multibeam swath bathymetry and PARASOUND acoustic sub-bottom profiler data acquired across a mid-shelf bank, between the troughs of the Pine Island-Thwaites (PITPIS) and Cosgrove palaeo-ice streams (COPIS), reveal large-scale ribbed moraines, hill-hole pairs, terminal moraines, and crevasse-squeeze ridges. Together, these features form an assemblage of landforms that is entirely different from that in the adjacent ice-stream troughs, and appears to be unique in the context of previous studies of Antarctic seafloor geomorphology. From this assemblage, the history of ice flow and retreat from the inter-ice stream ridge is reconstructed. The bedforms indicate that ice flow was significantly slower on the inter-ice stream ridge than in the neighbouring troughs. While terminal moraines record at least two re-advances or stillstands of the ice sheet during deglaciation, an extensive field of crevasse-squeeze ridges indicates ice stagnation subsequent to re-advancing ice, which deposited the field of terminal moraines in the NE. The presented data suggest that the ice flow behaviour on the inter-ice stream ridge was substantially different from that in the adjacent troughs. However, newly obtained radiocarbon ages on two sediment cores recovered from the inter-ice stream ridge suggest a similar timing in the deglaciation of both areas. This information closes an important gap in the understanding of past WAIS behaviour in the eastern ASE. Our newly-documented bedforms will also serve as an important diagnostic tool in future studies for interpreting ice-sheet histories in similar inter-ice stream areas.last_img read more

Utah Football Hosts Arizona State Saturday In Battle of Ranked Teams

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first_img Tags: Arizona State Football/Utah Football October 14, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah Football Hosts Arizona State Saturday In Battle of Ranked Teams Brad James Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Saturday afternoon, No. 13 (The Associated Press poll)/No. 14 (coaches poll) Utah (5-1, 2-1 in Pac-12 play) hosts No. 17 (in both polls) Arizona State (5-1, 2-1 in Pac-12) at Rice-Eccles Stadium.The Utes are currently 94-35 (.728) all-time at present-day Rice-Eccles Stadium and 66-24 (.733) at home under head coach Kyle Whittingham (2004-present).Utah is 35th nationally in scoring offense (34.8 points per game) and have been especially effective in the second half, outscoring opponents 89-29 in the latter two quarters this season.This is primarily because of complementary football with the offensive line ranking third nationally in sacks allowed (0.67 sacks per game) and the offense is fifth in the nation in time of possession (34:52 per game).By virtue of the excellence of senior signal-caller Tyler Huntley completing a third-best in the nation 75.6 percent of his passes (99-131), the Utes rank third nationally in overall quarterback completion percentage (75.7 percent).Furthermore, Utah ranks seventh nationally in passing efficiency (183.38). Individually, Huntley ranks fifth nationally in passing efficiency (187.6).With 9 touchdown passes and no interceptions, Huntley has helped the Utes become one of only three teams this season to not throw an interception at the FBS level (Kent State and Georgia Southern are the others).The Utes are tied for third nationally with only three turnovers on the season.Huntley has also thrown for 1,393 yards on the season, or 232.2 yards per game.Utah also ranks 21st nationally in rushing offense, posting 228.8 yards on the ground per game.Senior tailback Zack Moss has run for 514 yards on the season for six touchdowns on 7.6 yards per carry (5th nationally).Huntley has also been an effective runner, posting three rushing touchdowns on 4.5 yards per tote.Senior receiver Demari Simpkins (14 rec, 188 yards, TD) and sophomore wide-out Jaylen Dixon (12 rec, 161 yards, TD) are each emerging for the Utes, symmetrically averaging 13.4  yards per grab.Freshman kicker Jadon Redding has made six of his eight field goals on the season and all 25 PAT attempts for the Utes.Defensively, Utah is tied for eight nationally in scoring defense (13.2 points per game) with San Diego State.The Utes are tied for third nationally with three defensive touchdowns and second in the nation with three interceptions returned for scores.Furthermore, Utah is second nationally in rushing defense (52.8 yards per game) and 10th in total defense (271.5 yards per game) in the land.The Utes’ defensive stars include senior defensive end Bradlee Anae (4 sacks, forced fumble) and sophomore linebacker Devin Lloyd (3 sacks, interception).Senior linebacker Francis Bernard and senior defensive back Julian Blackmon have two interceptions apiece for the Utes.Arizona State comes into this game having won two straight against California (24-17) and Washington State (38-34) after stumbling against Colorado (31-34) on September 21, the Sun Devils’ sole loss of the season to date.The Sun Devils are 92nd nationally in scoring offense (25.3 points per game). Freshman signal-caller Jaylen Daniels has been magnificent on the season, completing 63.07 percent of his passes (111-176) for eight scores and an interception.Junior tailback Eno Benjamin (125 car, 529 yards, 7 TD’s) has been a stalwart for the Sun Devils on the season. Senior receiver Brandon Aiyuk (31 rec, 651 yards, 5 TD’s) ranks 18th nationally with 21 yards per grab.Redshirt sophomore kicker Cristian Zendejas has made 11 of 14 field goals on the season for the Sun Devils and all 17 of his PAT attempts.Arizona State ranks 16th nationally (17.7 points per game) in scoring defense and 12th in the nation against the run (91.7 yards per game).Sophomore defensive lineman Jermayne Lole leads the Sun Devils in sacks with 2.5 on the season.Redshirt freshman Cam Phillips and sophomore safety Aashari Crosswell have an interception apiece for Arizona State.Nine different Sun Devils have recorded a forced fumble: sophomore linebacker Darien Butler, sophomore linebacker Merlin Robertson, Phillips, redshirt senior linebacker Khaylan Kearse-Thomas, redshirt junior defensive back Jack Jones, Crosswell, senior defensive back Kobe Williams and freshman linebacker Case Hatch.The Sun Devils lead the Utes 22-8 all-time and 7-4 at Salt Lake City in a series dating back to 1972.last_img read more

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