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Brisbane home with armoury safe as houses

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first_img159 Lytton Rd, East BrisbaneGUN shop owner Charles Curley is gunning for a good deal with the upcoming auction of his Brisbane waterfront home.Mr Curley owns a gunshop in Townsville and is offering his home at 159 Lytton Rd, East Brisbane for auction on March 31.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoIn his line of business you can never be too safe, so the home has its own police approved armoury.It has been locked up in recent times since Mr Curley has rented the home out. He lived in it from 1998 until he left Brisbane for Townsville in 2005.“The locked room downstairs was once a police approved armoury where I operated a gun smithing business,” Mr Curley said.“It’s the nicest room in the house. The room is extremely secure, with steel mesh within the walls and ceiling, and a polished concrete floor. There are sliding welded stainless steel security rails inside both windows.”The property, which is being marketed through George Trovas of Ray White Bulimba, goes under the hammer on March 31 at 10:30am.last_img read more

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Family Violence: Huge numbers of protection order breaches ‘tip of iceberg’

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first_imgNZ Herald 10 August 2016Family First Comment: It seems fairly logical and obvious that a 3-strike regime would simply resolve this. Or perhaps 2-strike. Repeat offenders prove to both themselves and to society that they are a risk to victims who should have the priority of protection!New Zealand has the worst rate of family and intimate-partner violence in the world. Eighty per cent of incidents go unreported — so what we know of family violence in our community is barely the tip of the iceberg.More than 12,000 Kiwis have repeatedly breached court orders to stay away from their victims, and one person has been convicted for doing so 14 times.Ministry of Justice figures released to the Herald paint a disturbing picture of family violence in New Zealand, showing 12,157 people have been convicted for 20,864 protection order breaches in the 11 years to December 31, 2015.A protection order is a court-imposed sanction to keep an offender away from their victims, and those at the front line believe the data is the tip of the iceberg as victims are too scared to report the crimes.Released to the Herald under the Official Information Act, the data shows some offenders repeatedly flouting the orders.One person in the Manawatu/Wairarapa area was convicted 14 times for breaching an order, and another in the Bay of Plenty/Coromandel area has been convicted for 13 breaches.READ MORE: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11690474Keep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

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DOH backpedals: PH still on first wave of COVID-19 outbreak

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first_imgRoque apologized for the confusion as he admitted that Duque did not inform President Rodrigo Duterte about his interpretation regarding a second wave of infections.“Nagpapaumanhin po kami kung kayo ay naalarma pero ang katunayan po ang siyensya naman po at importante ang pagbasa sa mga waves para alam natin ang gagawin na response,” Roque said.Duque said during a Senate inquiry on Wednesday that the COVID-19 situation that the country is already experiencing the second wave of COVID-19 cases, following the first wave in January that was composed of three Chinese nationals.He warned that a third wave of COVID-19 transmission would be the “worst case scenario” for Metro Manila if it will be placed under general community quarantine without enough testing.Aside from Roque, Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea and Department of Interior and Local Government Secretary Eduardo Año have also expressed opposition with Duque’s interpretation./PN Dr. Beverly Ho, director of the DOH Promotion and Communications Service, conveyed the agency’s apology following the confusion caused by the statement of Duque to the senators in a Senate hearing on Wednesday. “Tayo po ngayon ay nasa first wave,” Roque said in a virtual press conference. “Napakaliit naman ng tatlong kaso para maging isang wave. Sabihin nating hindi siya nagkamali, pero nagkaroon ng ibang opinyon.” Duque’s interpretation was supported by epidemiologist John Wong, a member of the sub-technical working group on data analytics of the Inter-Agency Task Force on COVID-19. His analysis, however, was contested by many, including Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque, who said earlier yesterday that the first three cases of COVID-19 in the country last January cannot be considered a wave. The Philippines is still in the first wave of the COVID-19 outbreak, Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said Thursday, refuting Health Secretary Francisco Duque III. The Philippines is still in the first wave of the COVID-19 outbreak, Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said Thursday, refuting Health Secretary Francisco Duque III. AP/PCOOcenter_img Duque told the senators the other day that the COVID-19 situation in the country is already on second wave as what considered as the first wave was the three cases of Chinese national from Wuhan in January. “We apologize for the confusion that this has caused but we hope that this does not in any way distract us from what we really need to do to change the course of this pandemic,” she added. “The DOH confirms that yes we are (still) on the first wave of COVID-19 epidemic driven by a local community transmission,” Ho said in a virtual press conference on Thursday afternoon. MANILA – The Department of Health (DOH) took back what its chief Secretary Francisco Duque III earlier declared as it agreed that the Philippines remains is still dealing with the first wave of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak.last_img read more

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Wildcats Coed Varsity Track Finishes 1st Place vs. Tigers

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first_imgThe Franklin County Unified Track Team hosted their first meet against the visiting Lawrenceburg Tigers winning 194-84. They were all able to compete at a high level in preparation for sectionals. Both teams battled through the rain and harsh conditions but in the end, Franklin County was able to win the event.Franklin County results are as follows: Boys Relay: 1:06.14 Sugar Shane, Trevor Murray, Isaiah Webster, and Bradley Burger;Girls Relay: 1:24.86 Kendyl Brack, Ally Klei, Kennedy Kiracofe, and Audra Lovins; Boys 400: Braydon Ertel 1:09.45, Bradley Burger 2:06.80, Ethan Knapp 2:07.90. Girls 400: Sydney Stokes 1:26.88, Kenzie Murray 1:30.00, Emily Murray 1:35.17, Audra Lovins 2:21.19; Boys 100: Trevor Murray 13.40, Braydon Ertel 13.70, Isaiah Webster 15.02, Sugar Shane 16.99, Ethan Knapp 21.39; Girls 100: Kendyl Brack 16.33, Sydney Stokes 16.93, Emily Murray 16.97, Ally Klei 21.19; Boys Shot Put: Braydon Ertel 40’4″, Sugar Shane 26’3.5″; Girls Shot Put: Emily Murray 22’7″, Ally Klei 17’1″, Kennedy Kiracofe 16’2″;Boys Long Jump: Trevor Murray 17’9.5″, Bradley Burger 3’7″; Girls Long Jump: Kenzie Murray 11′, Kendyl Brack 10’2.75″, Sydney Stokes 8’8.5″, Audra Lovins 4’11.5″.Congrats to both teams on a good meet!Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Braydon Ertel.last_img read more

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IOC to discuss providing financial support to international federations

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first_img “Following those discussions over the next few weeks, we will understand the landscape, and the IOC will be able to know more the role it can play in addressing the situation and how to give the IFs support, including accessing government and other support programmes which may be available.” read also:IOC, Olympics organisers parley on Executive Project Review The postponement of Tokyo 2020 has caused financial difficulties to some federations which rely on the financial dividends of the Olympic Games, and the widespread global cancellation and postponement of sporting events has exacerbated the situation. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 International Olympic Committee (IOC) has been discussing how it might help international sports federations overcome financial losses linked to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organisation revealed on its website. IOC chief Thomas Bach announcing unprecedented decision to postpone Tokyo Games on Tuesday “We are conscious of the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the International Federations (IFs) and have already started discussions with them on a case-by-case basis as the needs of each IF are different,” the IOC said in a Q&A release.Advertisement Promoted Content10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too Soon13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day9 Iconic Roles That Could Have Been Played By Different ActorsA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You40 Child Actors Who Turned Into Gorgeous AdultsTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Timecenter_img Loading… last_img read more

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Franklin County Humane Society’s to host fall shot clinics

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first_imgBrookville, IN—Time for the Franklin County Humane Society’s fall shot clinic. There are two dates and locations this year. The October 12 clinic is at the Franklin County Fairgrounds as usual, and on October 26 there will be another clinic at the Laurel Firehouse Station. Fairground clinic is from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, and Laurel is from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. All dogs must be leashed and cats in carriers, please. This is for everyone’s safety. Cash, credit card or check with accepted with proper I.D.  All vaccines are $12.00, except the Bordetella (canine kennel cough) which is $15.00, I.D. chipping is $20.00, and flea & worming treatments are done by the weight of the dog or cat.  Please don’t forget to spay & neuter. FCHS does monthly transports for this service as well.last_img read more

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Cricket News Difficult to play in Australia without many practice games: Khaleel Ahmed

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first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Khaleel Ahmed has had a decent start to his tour of Australia. The left-arm pacer has troubled the Australian batsmen with his left-arm pace and bounce but has been guilty of giving away one expensive over in the two games in Brisbane and Melbourne. In the rain-affected game at the MCG, the youngster got the wickets of Chris Lynn and D’Arcy Short but ended up conceding 19 runs in the 18th over. Khaleel has admitted that not having too many practice games and suddenly playing Twenty20 Internationals in conditions which are different from the sub-continent poses a major challenge.Read More | Melbourne T20I between India and Australia abandoned due to rain“When you come to Australia, there weren’t many practice sessions and it isn’t easy to figure out which line/length is the best option here. If you don’t have ample practice sessions and then suddenly play T20 matches where batsmen own the game, it is a bit difficult. And you cannot even get relaxed against a team like Australia because they fight until the end as their lower order showed today,” Khaleel said in the post-match press conference.Read More | India v Australia 2nd t20 highlights: Rain forces game to be abandonedThe Indian bowlers put up an improved performance than the one in Brisbane, with Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah all chipping in at vital times. Even Krunal Pandya, who had a poor game in Brisbane, choked the Australian batsmen for runs while Kuldeep Yadav continued to torment them. Khaleel said he is learning from Bhuvneshwar the art of bowling with the additional responsibility of being the team’s strike bowler.“Someone like Bhuvneshwar Kumar, he is a strike bowler at the moment and leads the team with responsibility that he needs to take wickets. He bowls to a particular line and length, and this is something you get to learn from him – how to bowl with so much responsibility as he bowls in all formats,” Bhuvneshwar said.Khaleel admitted that the washout was disappointing and the result meant India could not win the series. However, Virat Kohli’s side, who have been unbeaten in a Twenty20 bilateral series since February 2017, will be aiming to get back on level terms in the final game in Sydney. “Dressing room spirits are high because we know we have played well in both games and can do the same in the last game as well. So, in the third game we aim to play even better and try to draw the series on Sunday,” Khaleel said. last_img read more

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Update on the latest sports

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first_imgWalker, Volquez, Holland, Morrison make opening-day rostersUNDATED (AP) — Philadelphia second baseman Neil Walker, Texas pitcher Edinson Vólquez and Pittsburgh pitcher Derek Holland have made opening-day rosters.So have Milwaukee first baseman Logan Morrison, Cincinnati pitcher Nate Jones, Tampa Bay pitcher Aaron Loup and New York Yankees pitcher Luis Avilán.The seven were among the former free agents the clubs had to make decisions on by Sunday, five days ahead of opening day.New York Mets catcher René Rivera and Colorado catcher Drew Butera were given $100,000 retention bonuses this weekend, allowing those teams to keep them with minor league contracts. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditGOLF-MEMORIALRahm in command at Muirfield VillageDUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — Jon Rahm had a commanding lead as he made the turn in the final round of the Memorial. DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — Jack Nicklaus says he’s recovered from a health scare.The golf legend revealed during Sunday’s CBS telecast of the Memorial that he and his wife tested positive for the coronavirus at the onset of the pandemic.He said his wife had no COVID-19 symptoms, while Nicklaus had a sore throat and a cough. Nicklaus said they were home in North Palm Beach, Florida, from March 13 “until we were done with it” on about April 20.Nicklaus and his wife, Barbara, turned 80 a month apart at the start of the year.NHL-PENGUINS-CROSBY The team’s minor league options are its training facility in Dunedin (duh-NEE’-dehn), Florida, or its Triple-A affiliate stadium in Buffalo.NFL-TRAINING CAMPSNFL players urge league to address health concernsUNDATED (AP) — NFL players are publicly pleading with the league to address several health and safety concerns on the eve of training camp. The league informed teams on Saturday that training camps will open on time even though discussions with the players’ union regarding testing for the coronavirus and other health and safety protocols are ongoing. Rookies for Houston and Kansas City are set to report Monday and rookies for other teams are due on Tuesday. Players for all teams are scheduled to report by July 28. Update on the latest sports Rahm was 1-over through 11 holes today and 11 under for the tournament. That left him with a five-stroke edge over playing partner and second-round co-leader Ryan Palmer. Rahm was seven shots ahead until he double-bogeyed the par-5 11th.Rahm can become the world’s top-ranked player if he closes out the victory and Rory McIlroy doesn’t finish second. McIlroy was nine strokes behind Palmer late in his round.Tiger Woods completed a forgettable return to competitive golf by carding a 76 for the second time in three days, leaving him at plus-6. It was his first tournament since the pandemic.GOLF-NICKLAUS-CORONAVIRUSNicklaus, wife recovered from coronavirus Sidney Crosby out with health issuePITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby is dealing with an unspecified health issue. Crosby left an intrasquad scrimmage early on Saturday and then was held out of practice a day later. Neither head coach Mike Sullivan nor assistant coach Mark Recchi offered any detail on what might be ailing Crosby. The Penguins have about two weeks to get ready to face Montreal in the qualifying round of the playoffs.MLB-FREE AGENTS Among those released ahead of the deadline were Philadelphia pitcher Francisco Liriano and infielder Logan Forsythe, Mets first baseman Matt Adams and Washington reliever Fernando Abad.Released players remain eligible to re-sign with the teams.In other major league news:— Nationals outfielder Victor Robles took part in his first workout of the summer following a two-week quarantine. Robles had some at-bats, ran the bases and says he should be ready to start opening day.— The Tigers have announced that Matthew Boyd will start the season opener against Cincinnati. Boyd had been slated to start the opener in March and now will get the chance a few months later. July 19, 2020 VIRUS OUTBREAK-MLB-BLUE JAYSBlue Jays looking at alternate sites for home gamesTORONTO (AP) — The Toronto Blue Jays want to play their home games in a major league ballpark this season. That’s according to pitcher Anthony Bass, who says the front office is working to find a major league ballpark for the team. Bass said he spoke with general manager Ross Atkins and emphasized that players prefer a big league stadium. The veteran reliever added that players are willing to share a home venue with another team and make other sacrifices.Canada denied the Blue Jays’ request to play at Rogers Centre because the regular-season schedule would require frequent travel back and forth from the United States, where COVID-19 cases are surging. Associated Press Many prominent players expressed their thoughts in a social media blitz Sunday.Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, whose wife is pregnant, wrote: “We want to play football but we also want to protect our loved ones.”And Saints quarterback Drew Brees tweeted, “If the NFL doesn’t do their part to keep players healthy there is no football in 2020.” He wrote, “We need Football! We need sports! We need hope!”HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIXHamilton wins 8th Hungarian GP to equal Schumacher F1 record BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has won the Hungarian Grand Prix for the eighth time to equal Michael Schumacher’s single-venue record and take the championship lead. Hamilton’s latest victory from pole position was as comfortable as the nearly 9-second margin over Max Verstappen suggested. The British driver’s 86th GP win moved him just five behind Schumacher’s F1 record of 91. Hamilton is also demanding more support from Formula One’s governing body and urged other drivers to make more of an effort in the fight against racism. Some drivers took a knee and others again did not in disorganized scenes before Sunday’s race. As in the previous two races this season, all drivers were supposed to gather before the national anthem to stand while wearing “End Racism” T-shirts. Hamilton and others like his Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel took a knee but others appeared to be hurriedly arriving late and not even in position.last_img read more

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GRIN AND BEAR IT: After rocky 1st half, Syracuse rallies to blowout victory over Maine

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first_imgRyan Nassib missed the opening. It was there, if he had just tucked the ball and ran a second or so earlier. But by the time he had scampered for three yards, the Maine defense closed on him. Fourth-and-goal at the four. Nassib stared at the possibility — another halftime deficit to Maine. And he hoped SU head coach Doug Marrone would give him one more shot to cap a momentous series that would alter Syracuse’s fortunes against lowly Maine. Nassib’s worries were soon put aside. For Marrone, down by four, it was touchdown or bust. And for Nassib, it was touchdown. ‘I was a little surprised,’ Nassib said of his coach’s decision. ‘I was hoping he was going to go for it. I’m just happy he gave me the ball.’ With the touchdown strike to Jose Cruz that ensued on fourth down, Nassib and the SU offense erased one poor half of play and shifted momentum in favor of the Orange going into the locker room. Syracuse (2-1) rode the momentum the rest of the way, never looking back in an eventual 38-14 blowout of the Black Bears (1-2) in front of 37,758 inside the Carrier Dome on Saturday. The win was SU’s first in a home opener since 2004.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Nassib had five touchdown passes, setting an SU record. He finished 19-for-28 for 260 yards on the day. Only 1-for-4 in the first quarter, Nassib perhaps best exemplified the shift in the Orange’s play in the second quarter, culminating in the touchdown pass to Cruz with 27 seconds left in the half. ‘There was no doubt that we were going to score,’ Cruz said. ‘There wasn’t even a word in the huddle saying, ‘Oh, we have to get this.’ We came out confident, and we were ready to score the touchdown.’ The touchdown marked the turning point. Because in the first half, Maine looked like the dominant, confident team. The FBS team. And the Big East team. The Black Bears started off the game with a trick play of sorts — a reverse handoff on the kickoff return that Desmon Randall promptly returned to the Syracuse 31-yard line. After that, though, Maine kept it simple. Simple and methodical. There was the 14-play, 84-yard drive that took almost eight minutes off the clock in the first quarter, culminating in a Warren Smith quarterback keeper that he took 10 yards to the end zone. And there was the five-play, 56-yard drive in which Smith found a wide-open Justin Perillo in the left corner of the end zone. ‘I am definitely not the ‘Here we go again’ type,’ Marrone said. ‘I look at things differently. I thought it was a great opportunity to see what we were made of. … There are probably some people out there saying, ‘Here we go again.’ I know I wasn’t one of them, and I don’t think our players were.’ The tide started to change when Derrell Smith forced a fumble in wrapping up Warren Smith. The SU linebacker pounced on the ball, giving the Orange the ball on Maine’s 24-yard line. The forced fumble came directly after Maine running back Derek Session dropped a sure touchdown pass near midfield. Session found himself past SU cornerback Mike Holmes and the SU defense, but he proceeded to turn his head and look ahead, losing sight of the ball as it bounced off his chest. ‘We picked up the next play and didn’t allow that play to get us down,’ Smith said. ‘It was just a mishap. I’m not sure what happened, the next play we came out and we played our defense.’ Down 14-10, Nassib and the offense embarked on the game-changing drive. After moving to Maine’s eight-yard line, SU sputtered the first three tries at goal. But on fourth-and-goal, Nassib improvised and scrambled right, eventually flinging a perfect strike to a falling-down Cruz for the momentous touchdown. Syracuse kept its pedal to the floor all the way through the third quarter. Nassib launched 20-plus-yard touchdown passes to wide-open Alec Lemon, Nick Provo and Van Chew. Two plays into the fourth quarter, SU had a 24-point lead and the game in hand. It spring-boarded from Marrone’s decision, Nassib’s throw and Cruz’s catch that Hogue said had the Orange energized at halftime. The opening was there, and this time, Nassib seized it. And going into the locker room, SU had shown Marrone enough to give them an energized proclamation at halftime. Said Marrone: ‘I told them, ‘We’re winning a football game.” bplogiur@syr.edu Published on September 19, 2010 at 12:00 pm Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Misfiring Badgers struggle, all Neitzel

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first_imgEAST LANSING, Mich. — Having to face Wisconsin in its first game as the No. 1 team in the nation somehow put Michigan State’s head coach at ease about his team’s chances Tuesday night.”We caught Wisconsin at the right time,” Tom Izzo said following the Spartans’ 64-55 win. “I’ve been there when you take over No. 1 and then we got beat by Indiana a couple days later.”Behind junior guard Drew Neitzel’s game-high 28 points on 10-of-17 shooting, Michigan State muscled its way to the upset victory over No. 1 Wisconsin — the first time MSU has defeated the nation’s top team since 1969 when Magic Johnson and the Spartans beat Larry Bird and the Indiana State Sycamores in the national championship game.Michigan State (20-8 overall, 7-6 Big Ten) jumped out to an early 7-0 lead, but Wisconsin (26-3, 12-2) quickly stormed back and took its biggest lead of the game at 16-10 with 11:56 remaining in the first half when UW junior center Greg Stiemsma hit a jump shot.The rest of the first half was a back-and-forth battle as there were six lead changes. Alando Tucker shouldered the scoring load in the first half for the Badgers, scoring 14 points on lights-out shooting — 5-of-8 from the field, 4-of-5 from 3-point range.”In the first half, [Wisconsin] knocked shots down,” Neitzel said. “[With] Tucker, our game plan was to make him beat us from the perimeter and he did that in the first half.”While Wisconsin headed into halftime with a 30-29 lead, rebounding was a concern for head coach Bo Ryan.The Badgers were out-rebounded 19-10 in the first half. Things didn’t get any better in the second half as the Spartans ended the game with a 41-24 advantage on the boards.”There were times when we had a chance to grab [rebounds] and we didn’t,” Ryan said.”I just thought some of our guys got kind of wooed into an area and couldn’t rebound in space. … That hurts.”As bad as Michigan State’s defensive plan on Tucker seemed in the first half, the Spartans stayed with their original strategy, and it paid off in the end.Constantly being harassed by MSU’s Travis Walton after Raymar Morgan got into foul trouble, the Spartans didn’t allow Tucker to get to the rim, instead forcing the Badgers’ Wooden Award candidate into some tough shots.”We stuck with the game plan because we didn’t think [Wisconsin] could beat us from out there,” Izzo said. “Plus, we were in so much foul trouble that if we extended, Tucker was going to eat us on the inside.”We stuck to it, and in the second half we started executing offensively.”After UW junior forward/center Brian Butch knocked down a jumper to give the Badgers a 49-45 lead with 7:08 left in the game, Neitzel ignited a Spartans’ run to close out the game.”Neitzel’s the one who turned the game around, no question,” Ryan said.Neitzel knocked down three 3-pointers and a jumper as Michigan State went on a 17-2 run after Butch’s basket and before Jason Bohannon made a lay-up with the Spartans’ upset victory already in hand. The two points Wisconsin scored during the run were free throws by Kammron Taylor — his only two points of the game.After Neitzel hit a running jumper to put the Spartans up by two during that stretch, he chucked up a 3-pointer on the very next possession that rattled in and out, kissed off the backboard and rolled back in for the score.”That was crazy,” Neitzel said of his miraculous shot. “I guess there was a little luck on our side tonight.”The 3-pointer gave Michigan State a 56-51 lead, forcing Wisconsin to call a time-out with 2:22 remaining. But as much as the Badgers tried to recover from the five-point deficit, Neitzel’s hot shooting proved to be the dagger in the heart for UW.”[Neitzel] was getting every shooter’s bounce possible,” Tucker said. “A whole bunch of his shots pretty much broke our backs during that stretch.”last_img read more

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