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Weekly Update: Improving Health Care Solutions for Pennsylvanians, Highlighting Economic and Workforce Development Initiatives, Announcing New Jobs

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first_imgWeekly Update: Improving Health Care Solutions for Pennsylvanians, Highlighting Economic and Workforce Development Initiatives, Announcing New Jobs November 09, 2017 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Reminder to all Pennsylvanians that it’s not just a safety precaution to stop for school buses, it’s the law — and one that keeps our kids safe, particularly as the days grow darker. https://t.co/881TvVKQuC— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) November 8, 2017center_img The Blog,  Weekly Update Ensuring that Pennsylvanians have affordable and quality health care is a top priority for Governor Wolf. This week, the governor reminded Pennsylvanians that open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act is happening now until December 15.On Thursday, Governor Wolf spoke at the Geisinger National Health Symposium to highlight health care issues that affect the commonwealth and the solutions that are improving the wellbeing of Pennsylvanians. The governor detailed his administration’s work to combat the opioid epidemic, Pennsylvania’s process of legalizing medical marijuana, and the state’s current work to finalize Community HealthChoices for seniors.Last week, the Wolf Administration launched the Medical Marijuana Patient and Caregiver Registry. On Wednesday, Governor Wolf announced that 3,800 patients and more than 200 caregivers have registered for the medical marijuana program in the week since the registry was launched.On Monday, Governor Wolf announced the expansion of Highwood USA in Hazelton, a move that will create 58 new jobs in the area, On Friday, the governor participated in “A Conversation with the Governor” hosted by the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce. Governor Wolf highlighted his administration’s accomplishments supporting economic development and workforce training.“We’ve worked hard to make Pennsylvania a better place to build and grow a business, a better place to get a thorough and efficient education, a better place to live and work, a better place to grow old, and a better place to grow your family,” said Governor Wolf. “I am incredibly proud of these accomplishments, which will make a difference for people and communities across Pennsylvania, and I am also proud of the work we’ve done to support our local businesses and to strengthen our regional economies.Governor Wolf’s Week, November 5 – November 11, 2017Monday, 11/6/17Governor Wolf Orders Flags at Half-Staff to Honor the Victims of the Shooting in Sutherland Springs, TexasGovernor Wolf Reminds Pennsylvanians of Affordable Care Act Open EnrollmentGovernor Wolf Announces Expansion of Highwood USA, Creation of 58 New JobsTuesday, 11/7/17Governor Wolf Reminds Consumers of Availability of Federal Funding for the Heating Assistance Program (LIHEAP)Governor Wolf Statement on PSP Corporal Shot in Northampton CountyWednesday, 11/8/17Wolf Administration Wins Federal Grant for Corrections and Parole Crisis Intervention TrainingGovernor Wolf Announces Medical Marijuana Program Patient Registry Reaches 3,800 in First WeekThursday, 11/9/17Governor Wolf Urges Meehan and Kelly to Vote No on Disastrous GOP Tax PlanGovernor Wolf Discusses Addressing the State’s Opioid Epidemic, Improving Health Care at National Health SymposiumWolf Administration Teams with PUC and Utilities to Highlight Efforts to Grow Veterans in the Utility WorkforceGovernor Wolf Participates in “A Conversation with the Governor” at Greater Scranton Chamber of CommerceHighlights from TwitterStates need Washington to be an ally in fighting this epidemic — the lives of too many Pennsylvanians are at stake. Thank you @SenBobCasey for standing up for the PA families battling this crisis. https://t.co/OYvvL0di7K— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) November 8, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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They made us Proud: Sport Success of our Country in 2015

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first_img(Source: novovrijeme.ba) The year started with the World Handball Cup held in Qatar. Although it was the 24th festival of the best selections of the world, it stayed in a special memory for the national handball team of B&H. This was the first major tournament at which we participated. Public expectations were high, but the inexperience of our team was crucial. We finished the competition in the penultimate position in the group, with the result of one win and four defeats. In the end, we finished the tournament as the 20th selection, out of 24 participants. France won the World Cup, which was better than the host of the tournament – the national team of Qatar in finals.Damir Dzumhur will remember this year’s Roland Garros for a long time. The B&H tennis player qualified for the 3rd round, repeating his greatest success in Grand Slam tournaments. He owes that success to the last year’s Australian Open where he reached the third round. However, he fulfilled his lifelong dream this year in France. He was standing on the terrain facing his tennis role model – Roger Federer. It was a dream match for Dzumhur. Although defeated, he showed decent resistance to one of the best players of all times. Our best ranked tennis player generally has a very good year behind him. He won three Challenger tournaments, he had his first victory in an ATP tournament in Zagreb, and later on, he reached the semifinals in Casablanca, on the tournament series ATP 250. He was continuously among the 100 best players of the world, and he ended his tennis season on the 82nd place.The year was marked by Novak Djokovic, who eventually had an impressive record of 82 wins and only six defeats, won three Grand Slam tournaments and six Masters Series. This is considered one of the best seasons for a tennis player in history.It’s hard to talk about 2015 and the domestic sport, and not to mention Amel Tuka, our athlete who very quickly, just as quick as he is running, won hearts of all Bosnians. Quiet, reserved and humble, but with incredible abilities. He won the first place at the Diamond League meetings in Velenje, Madrid and Monaco, where he set the best time on 800 meters in 2015 and the 11th score of all times. To crown a great year, he won the third place on the World Athletics Championships, and brought bronze medal to B&H and the first medal in the history of B&H athletics from the world championships. He’s only 25 years old and we are yet to see his best edition. Regarding his form and his enormous will to work and improve, B&H can rightly expect one of the medals from the upcoming Olympic Games that will be held in Rio de Janeiro in the summer of 2016.This year’s best sport story was told by the cadet basketball team of our country. They brought gold medal to B&H from the European Championship with fantastic game, and the best result in the history of our country when it comes to team sports with ball. Musa, Campara, Sikiras and the other boys, have defeated Spain after two overtimes, in the semifinals, and defeated the hosts in the final tournament – the selection of Lithuania. Led by the head coach Josip Pandza, they have won the epithet of the best selection under 16 years old, in Europe.last_img read more

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Help wanted: Wheat Capitol Manor accepting applications for maintenance supervisor

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first_imgWellington Housing Authority aka Wheat Capitol Manor, is accepting applications for a Maintenance Supervisor position.  Considerable knowledge of materials, methods, tools, and equipment used in building and remodeling is required.  Plumbing, carpentry and electrical skills are essential.  The ability to make decisions, supervise maintenance staff, make sound judgments, and possess organizational skills is imperative.  A minimum of 4 years maintenance experience in building and grounds repairs are also required.  Wage commensurate with experience.  Background check will be performed.  Benefits include KPERS, vacation an accrued sick leave and health insurance benefits.  EOE. For application/job description visit Wheat Capitol Manor, Wellington, Kansas 67152; 620-326-5821.  wellhous@sutv.comlast_img read more

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We made the epic 2005 college football season even better with a 32-team playoff on ‘NCAA Football 06’

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first_imgThe 2005 college football season was as good as any in history due to the top-level talent among heavyweights Texas and USC — resulting in a phenomenal title game — and a deep pool of exciting talent around the country.Stars that year included Vince Young, Reggie Bush, Adrian Peterson, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Ryan, Calvin Johnson and many more. While the Longhorns and Trojans were fitting championship contenders, it would have been even more fun to see other schools with an equal shot in a playoff format.  So, we’ve decided to run a full, in-depth 32-team bracket based on the 2005 campaign using “NCAA Football 06” with rosters carefully programmed with real names, attributes and appearances. It’s a passion project, to be sure, but one that should be more than worthwhile given the nostalgia of the mid-2000s era.MORE:  ‘NCAA Football’ video game made unlikely by NIL recommendationThe bracket was set by taking into account three factors:How teams fared in real life in 2005How teams are rated in the video gameHow many NFL stars and/or cult heroes were producedThe first two points carried most of the weight, with the final component coming in handy when we had particularly tough calls to make. UCF, for example, was gifted the final seed because it had a pair of supremely gifted wide receivers in Brandon Marshall and Mike Sims-Walker. We wanted to see if the Knights could use them to lead a shock upset over top-seeded Texas (spoiler: they couldn’t).Games are played by manually controlling the underdog team on sliders that provide generally realistic results (though obviously not perfect). Home field is given to the higher seed. We’re recording game play and posting highlights on YouTube and in our articles summarizing each round.This story will take you through the first round, which consisted of 16 contests. We’re also logging game stats throughout “The Tournament” and sharing them at the end of each write-up.Here are all results from the first round, followed by player stats and Sweet 16 matchups: (SN illustration) NCAA football 2005 bracket https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/4b/55/ncaa-football-bracket_81yzk4b9kpni1ub0sn4fo3oq3.png?t=-506708542&w=500&quality=80No. 1 Texas 49, No. 32 UCF 20Texas earned the right to the No. 1 seed with its real-life championship and stacked roster, while UCF (8-5 in 2005) barely snuck into our bracket due to its star outside threats.The matchup was predictably lopsided. Brandon Marshall and Mike Sims-Walker combined for 107 yards and no touchdowns for UCF, doing little outside a couple of chunk plays with the contest already out of hand. The Longhorns offense, meanwhile, was absolutely dominant.Vince Young went 9 of 15 through the air for 294 passing yards and three touchdowns and ran for 75 yards and an additional score. His rushing TD was reminiscent of what he did to win the national title — albeit with the stakes much lower.Jordan Shipley contributed 212 receiving yards for Texas. Limas Sweed chipped in 78 and a touchdown catch.No. 16 West Virginia 42, No. 17 NC State 28In a matchup of a memorable offensive team in West Virginia (No. 17) against a strong defensive side in NC State (No. 18), things remained close until the final seconds of the third quarter, when Steve Slaton took a kickoff back 100 yards to put the Mountaineers up for good.West Virginia (11-1 in 2005) is criminally underrated in “NCAA Football 06” largely because Slaton and quarterback Pat White were freshmen. EA didn’t realize just how good the duo would be right away. But even though White struggled a bit under center (9 of 22 for 158 yards), the Mountaineers were more than explosive enough to overcome a Wolfpack line led by NFL first-rounders Mario Williams and Manny Lawson. Their defense impressed, too, picking off NC State quarterback Jay Davis five times.We expect West Virginia’s Sweet 16 game against Texas to be a high-scoring affair.No. 8 Oklahoma 28, No. 25 Cal 21Adrian Peterson vs. Marshawn Lynch. That’s the story.Lynch (118 rushing yards, two TDs) tied the game at 21 early in the fourth quarter before Peterson (144 rushing yards, three TDs) sped away for a game-winning touchdown.Oklahoma (8-4 in 2005) carried a No. 8 seed because EA expected the Sooners to perform much better than they actually did and rated them accordingly. Cal (8-4 in 2005) was still a year away from their best roster centered around Lynch — then-freshman DeSean Jackson had yet to reach his peak and quarterback Joe Ayoob struggled to avoid turnovers.Jackson did return a punt for a touchdown in this virtual matchup, but he contributed little in the passing game. Justin Forsett was a non-factor for the Golden Bears.No. 24 Texas A&M 31, No. 9 Florida State 7We expected to get hammered by ninth-seeded Florida State at Doak Campbell Stadium. Instead, No. 24 Texas A&M (5-6 in 2005) did all of the hammering.The Aggies were a team that looked much better on paper — and in video game ratings — than they did in real life. Dual-threat quarterback Reggie McNeal was a monster in the opening round matchup, amassing 171 passing yards, 57 rushing yards and two touchdowns without turning the ball over against a Seminoles defense that featured Lawrence Timmons, Antonio Cromartie and Ernie Sims. He ran the option well while flanked by running back Courtney Lewis (78 all-purpose yards, two TDs). Wide receiver Jason Carter also had a big day, reeling in a pair of deep throws from McNeal to reach 114 receiving yards.Texas A&M boasted both Martellus Bennett and Michael Bennett in 2005 and featured defensive tackle Johnny Jolly as the anchor of its D-line. It’ll face the Sooners next in our tournament.Florida State (8-5 in 2005) suffered the loss of Cromartie to injury in real life, a setback that wasn’t reflected in the game. His presence wasn’t enough to prevent Texas A&M from roasting his team.No. 4 Penn State 42, No. 29 TCU 14TCU (11-1 in 2005) was a fun and quite good Mountain West upstart outside of its strange early season loss to SMU. The Horned Frogs didn’t get enough ratings respect from EA, though, and were pummeled by fourth-seeded Penn State’s rock solid roster in our tournament.Nittany Lions quarterback Michael Robinson might have had the best performance of any player in the first round. He threw for 196 yards and two scores, ran for 138 yards and another score and sat for the latter half of the fourth quarter with the game out of reach of TCU. Running back Tony Hunt gashed the Horned Frogs for 134 rushing yards and 29 receiving yards, while receivers Derrick Williams and Deon Butler each hauled in long touchdown passes.Penn State (11-1 in 2005) won the Orange Bowl in real life. The program figures to be a primary obstacle to Texas and USC in our simulation.TCU did pick up substantial garbage time yardage. Robert Merrill finished with 180 on the ground in the losing effort, and wideout Michael DePriest gained 172 through the air.No. 13 Oregon 27, No. 20 Alabama 14On the verge of a dizzying run of up-tempo offensive success led by the likes of Dennis Dixon, Jeremiah Masoli, Darron Thomas and Marcus Mariota, Oregon (10-2 in 2005) was pretty damn good. The Ducks leaned on NFL-bound Kellen Clemens under center and had an underrated defense spearheaded by Haloti Ngata, Anthony Trucks and Patrick Chung.Alabama (10-2 in 2005) was not at the level it would reach with Nick Saban in charge but still an SEC force. With Brodie Croyle under center and Kenneth Darby in the backfield, the Crimson Tide did just enough in real life to support the top-ranked scoring defense in the nation. In the game, though, the squad is under appreciated in terms of ratings, leading us to give them a rather disrespectful No. 20-seed.This turned out to be one of the more evenly matched, entertaining games of the opening round.Oregon jumped ahead 14-0 with this pick-six from Chung, who somehow covered half the field horizontally to secure his interception.Alabama grounded and pounded its way back into the game, cutting its deficit to 17-14 behind Darby’s workhorse performance. Darby finished the contest with 144 rushing yards and a pair of scores.Oregon’s decisive moment came late in the third quarter when Clemens found Garren Strong down the sideline with a pass that looped juuust beyond the reach of Simeon Castille.No. 28 Iowa 20, No. 5 Georgia 10Iowa (7-5 in 2005) was always going to be a trap game for Georgia (10-3 in 2005) given its elite defense. Still, we didn’t expect the Hawkeyes to be as relentless as they were.Led by linebackers Chad Greenway and Abdul Hodge, Iowa kept Georgia from scoring an offensive touchdown. The Bulldogs’ lone score came via a first-quarter pick-six of Drew Tate.The Hawkeyes forced five turnovers in their victory. Safety Miguel Merrick bookended the takeaways with an early pick of D.J. Shockley and a late forced fumble of Sean Bailey.Iowa’s lack of offensive pop is a concern moving forward in our tournament. Drew Tate (7 of 18 for 140 yards, one TD and three INTs) was inconsistent, and running back Albert Young managed just 57 yards on the ground. Still, the unit did much better than what the Bulldogs put forth.No. 41 Virginia Tech 41, No. 20 Auburn 20Marcus Vick!The younger brother of Michael Vick went off for 21-seed Virginia Tech (11-2 in 2005) against 12-seed Auburn (9-3 in 2005). He threw a touchdown pass and ran for two more scores in a runaway win, looking fantastic in an option attack for the Hokies. Tigers defensive linemen Quentin Groves and Stanley McGlover were mostly neutralized, combining for six tackles and a single sack.Defensively for Virginia Tech, Jimmy Williams intercepted two passes and forced two fumbles.No. 2 USC 79, No. 31 Clemson 10This was not a fun game to play. USC (12-1 in 2005) is on another planet talent-wise in “NCAA Football 06” and proved to be an unfair matchup for Clemson (8-4 in 2005). As in real life, Reggie Bush was ridiculous as a virtual running back/special teamer. He tallied 140 all-purpose yards and four total touchdowns (including three return TDs!) in the first-round romp.Take a look at Bush in all of his collegiate glory.Dwayne Jarrett added a long touchdown reception , and LenDale White poured on the points late with 113 yards of his own.Clemson’s only touchdown came through an interception return from Tye Hill.No. 18 Michigan 35, No. 15 Tennessee 7Mike Hart was a tank out of the backfield for Michigan, carrying the ball 1,015 times in his career. That mark ranks 14th on the all-time NCAA leaderboard, a remarkable accomplishment considering just three of the players ahead of him played in the 2000s.While the Wolverines (7-5 in 2005) were one of the nation’s biggest disappointments in real life, they used Hart to great success in our virtual contest. The New York native racked up 188 rushing yards and a pair of touchdowns against Tennessee (5-6 in 2005). A significant chunk of his production came on this spin-aided 94-yard run:Chad Henne (137 yards, one TD and no INTs) was solid under center for Michigan in this game while counterpart Erik Ainge (141 yards, one TD and two INTs) was far less effective.Outside of a 12-yard touchdown reception for Robert Meachem, little went right for Tennessee.No. 7 LSU 37, No. 26 Boston College 27Only one quarterback showed up in this matchup of marquee signal-callers between seventh-seeded LSU (11-2 in 2005) and 26th-seeded Boston College (9-3 in 2005) — and it happened to be the passer on the losing team.Matt Ryan was generally excellent for Boston College, connecting with Will Blackmon in the end zone twice in the first half. His second strike to the cornerback-turned-wideout cut LSU’s lead to 17-14 entering the half.LSU managed to put up 37 points despite an atrocious effort from JaMarcus Russell (3 of 16 for 75 yards, one TD and two INTs). Alley Broussard, rated as LSU’s top back in the game entering 2005 before missing the entire season, went off for 231 rushing yards and two touchdowns to help the Tigers pull away.We expect Russell to pick up his game in the Sweet 16 against Florida. He has too many outside options (including Dwayne Bowe and Early Doucet) not to play better.No. 10 Florida 37, No. 23 Virginia 6Florida (9-3 in 2005) earned the 10-seed in our bracket but suggested it should have been ranked even higher with a dominant win over a Virginia team featuring NFL first-rounders D’Brickashaw Ferguson and Chris Long, as well as future Pro Bowl linebacker Ahmad Brooks.The Cavaliers (7-5 in 2005) took a 3-0 lead into the second quarter before falling victim to an onslaught from the Chris Leak-led Gators. A wonky 59-yard tip catch and run by Andre Caldwell set the blowout in motion.No. 3 Ohio State 47, No. 30 Wisconsin 24Ohio State (10-2 in 2005) is probably the top threat to keep USC out of the championship game. The Buckeyes have Troy Smith, Santonio Holmes and Ted Ginn Jr. on offense and A.J. Hawk, Bobby Carpenter and Malcolm Jenkins on defense. Our 3-seed had no problem dispatching Wisconsin at home.Wisconsin (10-3 in 2005) failed to slow down the run game. Antonio Pittman ran for 145 yards and two touchdowns, Smith ran for 103 yards and a touchdown and Ginn found the end zone on a nifty option reverse play.The Badgers played from behind throughout the contest, keeping things respectable in large part because of a strong outing by Jonathan Orr (126 receiving yards and two TDs).No. 14 UCLA 48, No. 19 Louisville 30A clash of star-studded offenses did not disappoint. UCLA’s Drew Olsen, Maurice Jones-Drew and Mercedes Lewis bested Brian Brohm, Michael Bush and Joshua Tinch in the back-and-forth affair that stayed close until late in the third quarter.Jones-Drew (137 all-purpose yards, three total TDs) was the MVP for the Bruins (10-2 in 2005). His punt and kickoff return scores were instrumental in creating space between teams.Brohm cost Louisville by throwing three interceptions, each one coming in UCLA territory. He did accumulate 384 passing yards — the most of anyone in the first round. Bush rushed for 146 yards and Tinch delivered 177 all-purpose yards.No. 27 Georgia Tech 28, No. 6 Notre Dame 24This wound up being the most exciting game of the opening round.Georgia Tech (7-5 in 2005) saw the good version of quarterback Reggie Ball to support P.J. Daniels and Calvin Johnson in a narrow upset of sixth-seeded Notre Dame (9-3 in 2005).Brady Quinn gave the Fighting Irish a 7-0 advantage with a lob over the middle to future MLB pitcher Jeff Samardzija.It was then time for Johnson to assert himself, first with an over-the-shoulder catch down the left sideline and then with a reception streaking wide-open down the right sideline. His second touchdown came on the first play from scrimmage of the second half and gave Georgia Tech a 21-10 lead.Notre Dame clawed back, though, as Quinn found his rhythm to guide his team to a 24-21 lead with less than five minutes to go in the contest. Georgia Tech’s response sucked the life out of South Bend:With a chance to respond with a winning drive, Quinn and the Fighting Irish turned the ball over on downs. Georgia Tech advanced to face Miami in the Sweet 16.No. 11 Miami 45, No. 22 Texas Tech 24Miami (9-3 in 2005) is a dark horse candidate to make a run in this competition. It has NFL talent scattered throughout its roster; the team’s big names include Greg Olsen, Devin Hester, Sinorice Moss, Brandon Meriweather and Calais Campbell.Texas Tech (9-3 in 2005) couldn’t quite handle Miami’s firepower, though it did get some strong individual displays from Joel Filani (206 receiving yards, one TD) and Taurean Henderson (136 rushing yards, two TDs).Craig Hodges threw two interceptions in the loss, with his second one going the other way for six. Miami quarterback Kyle Wright went 17 of 32 passing for 324 yards and two touchdowns.Stats leaderboard for ‘The Tournament’PassingPlayerTeamComp/AttPass YardsPass TDINTBrian BrohmLouisville16 of 4438403Kyle WrightMiami17 of 3232420Vince YoungTexas9 of 1529430Matt RyanBC20 of 3127522Jay DavisNC State11 of 2126215Cody HodgesTexas Tech17 of 3826212Brady QuinnNotre Dame12 of 2125020Kellen ClemensOregon12 of 2023511D.J. ShockleyGeorgia14 of 3223402Brandon CoxAuburn20 of 3523322Chris LeakFlorida13 of 2522420Jeff BallardTCU9 of 1820713Michael RobinsonPenn State9 of 1219620John StoccoWisconsin10 of 1719222Reggie BallGeorgia Tech7 of 1418722Charlie WhitehurstClemson14 of 2718302Reggie McNealTexas A&M16 of 2117120Pat WhiteWest Virginia9 of 2215811Marques HagansVirginia11 of 2915805Paul ThompsonOklahoma15 of 3215500Drew OlsonUCLA8 of 2414121Erik AingeTennessee8 of 1714112Drew TateIowa7 of 1814013Matt LeinartUSC6 of 1213831Chad HenneMichigan9 of 2113710Brodie CroyleAlabama6 of 1913202Marcus VickVirginia Tech7 of 1412011Steven MoffettUCF8 of 1811202Drew WeatherfordFlorida State11 of 189301JaMarcus RussellLSU3 of 167512Joe AyoobCal6 of 225400Troy SmithOhio State6 of 124711Selvin YoungTexas1 of 11900John David BootyUSC2 of 51610Kenny IronsAuburn1 of 21401Rushing (top 10)PlayerTeamRush YardsRush TDScrim YardsAlley BroussardLSU2312235Mike HartMichigan1882188Robert MerrillTCU1801210Jason PetersUCF1562156Adrian PetersonOklahoma1483148Leon WashingtonFlorida State1481148Michael BushLouisville1461146Antonio PittmanOhio State1452145Kenneth DarbyAlabama1422142Michael RobinsonPenn State1381138Receiving (top 10)PlayerTeamReceiving YardsReceiving TDJordan ShipleyTexas2121Joel FilaniTexas Tech2061Michael DePriestTCU1721Joshua TinchLouisville1640Chansi StuckeyClemson1420Tramain HallNC State1330Calvin JohnsonGeorgia Tech1322Jeff SamardzijaNotre Dame1281Jonathan OrrWisconsin1262Jayson SwainTennessee1250Sweet 16 matchupsExpect the Sweet 16 and Elite 8 recap stories to come out in about a week. Here are the matchups for the next round:No. 1 Texas vs. No. 16 West VirginiaNo. 2 USC vs. No. 18 MichiganNo. 3 Ohio State vs. No. 14 UCLANo. 4 Penn State vs. No. 13 OregonNo. 7 LSU vs. No. 10 FloridaNo. 8 Oklahoma vs. No. 24 Texas A&MNo. 11 Miami vs. No. 27 Georgia TechNo. 21 Virginia Tech vs. No. 28 Iowalast_img read more

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