“Just what they are trying to do, let those guys go make plays,” said Mayfield, who wasn’t sacked by Cincinnati. “San Fran had where they put the five bigs in the game and said one on one, somebody is going to win. We are not seeing that with Washington. That does not mean they can’t show up and do that because they have the personnel. It is just different schematically, but yes, talent-wise, very similar.”
Cape, who was slightly later to return to tackle after it was unsure it could arrange uniforms in time, struggled to put together significant yardage in the first half, even as its defense repeatedly took advantage of slippery pitches by the UQA offense. Three times, the Cougars earned free drives thanks to fumble recoveries, the third time by Brayden Chester.
Wide receiver Chris Moore and rookie defensive tackle Justin Madubuike missed the team’s first two games but returned to practice this week. Both players were limited Thursday and Friday. Harbaugh has said that if Moore is healthy enough to play, he could contribute immediately on special teams. Madubuike, a third-round pick, would have to show enough in practice to make his debut on “Monday Night Football,” Harbaugh said.
FILE - In this May 20, 2017, file photo, Cloud Computing, front left, ridden by Javier Castellano, slows after winning the 142nd Preakness Stakes next to Classic Empire (5), with Julien Leparoux, at Pimlico in Baltimore. The Preakness will be run at Pimlico on Oct. 3 without fans. The decision not to allow fans means it will be a spectator-free sweep of the three Triple Crown races this year because of the global pandemic. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum, File) (Matt Slocum/AP)
Newberry, in his second season as coordinator, cited the lack of live scrimmaging during August training camp as the main culprit. Navy implemented full-contact practices in the wake of the 55-3 blowout by BYU, but the pad level and physicality still was not where it needed to be in the first half against Tulane.
“For my short time being a special teams coach, this might be it,” said Horton, a Ravens special teams coach since 2015. “What we have here in our ‘Wolfpack’ [with punter Sam Koch and long snapper Morgan Cox] and with Justin, obviously, he’s been unbelievable in his career. And then what you’re seeing from Harrison out in Kansas City right now for a young guy, he’s strong mentally. You can see he’s locked in."
― Limitless Development Academy‘s Youth Volleyball Clinics ($99 per player; 9 weekly sessions beginning Sept. 21) and Teen Volleyball Academies ($199 per player; Beginner, Intermediate, and Elite Academies; Clinics on Sundays through Nov. 1, and weekday scrimmages through Nov. 19). Visit bit.ly/LVolleyball or find them on Facebook for more information and to register.
― Carroll Lutheran School is hosting its annual golf outing Oct. 16 at Oakmont Green Golf Course in Hampstead. Golf registration includes a continental breakfast, an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start, and lunch following the tournament. Cost is $90 per player and $360 per foursome. There are multiple sponsorship opportunities available, as well as packages that can be designed to meet the needs of groups or businesses. Register at https://clsedu.org/golf/ or email to email@example.com for more information.
“I wanted this so much, and we have a really good team and it’s going to be that way for a few years,” Lallier, 47, said. “And if it had happened, I would have been the happiest person on the planet. There is no other place that has this energy. The whole city can feel what is coming and emanating from that stadium. To not be there cheering, screaming, singing; well it’s devastating.”
“The Reds respect Thom Brennaman’s decision to step away from the broadcast booth and applaud his heartfelt efforts of reconciliation with the LGBTQ+ community,” Reds CEO Bob Castellini said in a statement. “The Brennaman family has been an intrinsic part of the Reds history for nearly fifty years. We sincerely thank Thom for bringing the excitement of Reds baseball to millions of fans during his years in the booth.”