Syracuse free safety Andre Cisco and kicker Andre Szmyt were named to the Walter Camp Football Foundation’s All-American teams Thursday.Szmyt, a redshirt freshman who stormed college football and won the Lou Groza Award, was named to the first team. He led the country with 28 field goals made, also an Atlantic Coast Conference record.Cisco, a true freshman out of IMG Academy (Florida), finished the regular season tied for first in the country with seven interceptions. He also tallied 51 total tackles.The pair of freshman will travel south with SU as the No. 20 Orange (9-3, 6-2 ACC) take on No. 16 West Virginia (8-3, 6-3 Big 12) in the Camping World Bowl on Dec. 28 in Orlando, Florida.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on December 6, 2018 at 9:08 pm Contact Andrew: [email protected] | @A_E_Graham Facebook Twitter Google+
Lynch has co-founded and will co-own an indoor football team — the Oakland Panthers — which will begin … Marshawn Lynch’s playing career ended at the Oakland Coliseum, where he spent his final two seasons with the Raiders.But his football career is hardly over — no, it’s only moving across the Champions Plaza in Oakland.The Raiders are leaving for Las Vegas at the end of the season, but the unofficial mayor of Oakland is making sure that professional football stays in The Town.
He noted that CSA’s home international tours were governed by the International Cricket Council’s future tours programme. Received with open arms 13 January 2011 Many dignitaries were in attendance too, including President Jacob Zuma, who has suggested that an international cricket fixture should become an annual event at the stadium. Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium, with its iconic arch, painted a spectacular picture during the 2010 Fifa World Cup. More recently, the venue showed that it’s not just a one-sport wonder when the South African and Indian cricket teams met there in a Twenty20 international. His suggestion has been received with open arms by Cricket South Africa (CSA). On Wednesday, CSA CEO Gerald Majola said Zuma’s call for an annual event at the stadium was an excellent one. “First up, CSA would like to thank both President Zuma and the public for making Sunday’s match at Moses Mabhida Stadium such a spectacular success, heralding a new era for South African cricket and adding much value to the nation’s tourism profile,” Majola said. “We would also need the ICC’s permission to hold an extra match with international status, as happened for Sunday’s contest between South Africa and India.” “Therefore, we [CSA] would have to have a close look at how we can repeat Sunday’s experience as an extra tour match in the future. Source: BuaNews The decision to use the stadium resulted in the largest crowd yet at a cricket match in South Africa, with 48 000 turning up for the game on Sunday, which also served as a farewell to Proteas star Makhaya Ntini. “The event was such a resounding success that CSA is confident it can persuade all stakeholders to consider President Zuma’s suggestion most favourably,” Majola said. The Department of Sport and Recreation, Arts and Culture and the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund Agency would also have to join forces with CSA to make the event an annual one. Permission