Heading into October, area high school girls soccer teams had already gone through a full month’s worth of tests, but knew the biggest games still lay ahead.One quirk was that Marcellus still sat ahead of Westhill in the state Class B rankings – the Mustangs no. 9, the Warriors no. 15 – even though Westhill won their lone head-to-head meeting in September in overtime.Marcellus met up with a local rival last Tuesday and worked past Solvay 4-0, getting three of those goals in the first half to establish immediate control. C-NS had all kinds of chances to get on the board, but the Mustangs’ defense turned them all back, Ellie Shaw stopping all 10 Northstars shots she faced.This made Saturday’s 2-0 defeat to state Class B no. 1-ranked Clinton a bit easier to take. The Warriors had Gwen Williams and Maddie Luke earn goals, overcoming a valiant effort by Marcellus goalie Ellie Shaw, who made 16 saves.Back on Monday night, Westhill had handled Hannibal 5-0 in its only game of the week. It was 4-0 by halftime as Erica Gangemi, Cassie Dorfman, Olivia Bolesh, Ciarra Rudnick and Stephanie Falcone each earned goals, with Lauren Holstein and Brooke Zollo gaining assists.West Genesee proved again that it was the only team that was close to Baldwinsville and Fayetteville-Manlius among the Class AA sides when it used a big second half to put away Liverpool 6-1 last Wednesday night in Camillus.It was only 1-0 at halftime before the Wildcats tore up the Warriors’ defense late. Marlee Pontello, with two goals, led a well-balanced attack as Emma Nelson got one goal and assist.Goals also went to Sarah Snyder, Shannon Foster and Eva Poissant, while Katrina Tessier and Chrissy Van Allen picked up assists.Then WG faced Skaneateles Friday night, and the Wildcats pulled out a 1-0 decision in overtime, the game not decided until Sarah Petrus, in the second OT, put in an unassisted goal to help her team improve to 8-4-1 overall.Entering the week, Skaneateles was coming off a 7-0 defeat to Clinton on Sept. 28, but two nights later the Lakers went to Jordan-Elbridge and routed the Eagles 8-0.Though it took nearly 17 minutes for Skaneateles to get on the board, once it did plenty more followed, with the Lakers up 4-0 by halftime and then doubling that margin.Tatum Pas’cal and Maeve McNeil both finished with a pair of goals. Grace Dower, Tess Peterson, Ava Logan and Grace Bailey also found the net as Skaneateles took 22 shots to J-E’s two.As a follow-up on Thursday night, Skaneateles blanked Homer 2-0. One goal in each half proved enough as Lily Miller scored for the Lakers and its defense held the Trojans to just three shots.Solvay played on Friday and lost, 3-0, to Altmar-Parish-Williamstown, and then had to meet Skaneateles on Saturday afternoon, a game where the Lakers handled the Bearcats 8-0.Pascal put a hat trick on Solvay, her three goals part of a complete effort where McNeil and Maddy Ramsgard both found the net twice and Miller also got a goal.That same Saturday, J-E trailed Manlius-Pebble Hill 1-0 at halftime, scored three times in the second half and still lost 5-3 to the Trojans, who matched the Eagles’ production late as Mollie Yard converted twice and Kyra White had the other goal.Bishop Ludden surrendered a torrent of goals to MPH last Tuesday and still emerged with a 4-4 draw. All of the Trojans’ tallies came in the first half, but Ludden stayed close, trailing 4-3 at the break, and notched the only goal of the second half to pull even.From there, neither side could convert the rest of the way as Brigid Lawless earned two of Ludden’s four goals. The others went to Annie Gaughan and Deirdre Kivlehan as, in the net, Sarah Boyea made 17 saves.A day later, Ludden was shut out, 3-0, by Onondaga, the Gaelic Knights unable to get the ball out of its own end for much of the game, though Boyea was able to stop 16 of the Tigers’ 19 shots. J-E took a 6-0 defeat to Christian Brothers Academy on Thursday night.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: girls soccerMarcellusskaneatelesWest GeneseeWesthill Katie MacLachlan, Mei LaMarre, Sarah Hutchings and Lily Locastro earned those goals, with Hutchings and MacLachlan each earning an assist. Solvay goalies Haley Muehl and Nancy Gonzales combined for 14 saves.On a wet Thursday night, a pair of first-half goals helped Marcellus blank Cicero-North Syracuse 2-0.Less than seven minutes into the game, MacLachlan’s corner kick was passed to Hannah Durand, whose great pass set up LaMarre for a go-ahead goal. Then Sara Mielnicki, with a superb spin move, flashed open and put in the second goal later in the half.
Also tonight, Edinburgh will host Treviso, while the Ospreys take-on the Cardiff Blues at the Liberty Stadium. The Munster and Leinster coaches will name their teams today ahead of tomorrow’s derby at the Aviva Stadium.Meanwhile, Connacht and Ulster will meet tonight in their first inter-pro meeting of the season.Ulster travel to Galway to take-on the defending champions, with kick-off at the Sportsground at 7.35pm.
52425Yoann KOWALFRA8:16.75SB 42740Soufiane ELBAKKALIMAR8:14.35PB 73052Hillary BORUSA8:22.74PB 102200Matthew HUGHESCAN8:36.83 23076Evan JAGERUSA8:04.28SB Ouch! Araptany hits head on barrier, knocking him out of the race. PHOTO @NBCNewYorkRio de Janeiro, Brazil | AFP | The Rio Olympic Games men’s 3,000m steeplechase final will be a race to forget for East Africans Jacob Araptany and Ezekiel Kemboi.Araptany looked comfortable in the leading pack when he slipped as he approached a hurdle as the race entered the finals laps.Video footage from the incident was not clear if his leg was clipped seconds before he fell.Right behind him were was Kemboi and Kiprop Kipruto. Kemboi won bronze, but was later disqualified for stepping off the track, promoting France’s Mahiedine Mekhissi to bronze.Kemboi was the reigning two-time Olympic champion and originally finished third in Wednesday’s race won by his compatriot Conseslus Kipruto.Mekhissi finished fourth but appealed against Kemboi’s action, resulting in the disqualification and his own promotion.“A protest was presented by the French team after the 3000m steeplechase men final against Kenyan athlete Ezekiel Kemboi … claiming he had stepped off the track,” said an IAAF statement.An appeal jury “met and examined the video of the race, confirming that Kemboi, after clearing a water jump, had stepped outside the track on the curved part before the home straight.”Under race rules, runners cannot step off the inside edge of the track when running around bends. 2990Amor BEN YAHIATUNDQ R 163.3b 112340Yemane HAILESELASSIEERI8:40.68 12684Conseslus KIPRUTOKEN8:03.28OR 32430Mahiedine MEKHISSIFRA8:11.52SB 83055Donald CABRALUSA8:25.81 92130Altobeli DA SILVABRA8:26.30PB POSBIBATHLETECOUNTRYMARK 62683Brimin Kiprop KIPRUTOKEN8:18.79SB 2678Ezekiel KEMBOIKENDQ R 163.3b Share on: WhatsApp 3014Jacob ARAPTANYUGADNF 2743Hamid EZZINEMARDNF ******
“He has always said he is happy at Barca and we are beginning a new era with a new project under Ernesto Valverde that at the moment is going phenomenally well.”Barca coach Valverde is also hopeful the stability of Messi’s new deal will aid his side’s season.“It’s very positive to calm the atmosphere surrounding the club,” said Valverde.“It is a sign of commitment to the club and the team. To be at the same club for 21 years is something very few people can manage.”Messi’s 30 trophies are, along with teammate Andres Iniesta, the most of any player in Barca’s history. They total eight La Liga and four Champions League titles each.The diminutive Argentina captain, who joined Barca at the age of 13, has also smashed 523 goals in 602 games to become the Catalans’ all-time top goalscorer.News of Messi’s renewal comes as a huge boost to the leaders of La Liga ahead of Sunday’s top-of-the-table clash at Valencia (1945 GMT).Barca lead a revitalised Valencia by four points thanks to a club record start of 11 wins and one draw from 12 games, with Real Madrid seven points behind after scraping past Malaga 3-2 on Saturday and Atletico Madrid 10 points adrift.Despite leaving Messi on the bench, Barca also sealed their place in the last 16 of the Champions League with a 0-0 draw at Juventus on Wednesday.Share on: WhatsApp Neymar’s departure sparked a crisis and Bartomeu was heavily criticised for failing to ward off PSG with a higher buyout clause and for a haphazard search for replacements in the final weeks of the transfer window.– 30 trophies, 523 goals –Bartomeu did see off a vote of no confidence launched by disgruntled fans thanks to Barca’s fantastic start to the season, in large part because of Messi’s form.Bartomeu now has the image he craved of a smiling Messi tying the remainder of his peak years to the club.“The new contract once more proves the relationship between Barca and Leo Messi, the best player in the history of football,” added Bartomeu. With his previous contract set to expire in 2018, Messi could have left Barca for free next summer had he not extended his deal.“We have needed to do the signature for some time. It is done and I am happy to remain tied to the club,” Messi told Barca TV.“I have always said I wanted to end my career here, it is my dream to finish at Barcelona and we are on the right track.”Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu said the club needed to change the deal agreed in June to increase Messi’s buyout clause to 700 million euros ($835 million) and prevent the danger of a repeat of Neymar’s departure when Paris Saint-Germain payed the Brazilian’s 222 million-euro buyout clause in August.“We agreed to sign a new deal with a buyout clause adjusted to the current transfer market,” said Bartomeu. “The buyout clause is 700 million. It allows us to keep Leo Messi where he should be.”Without Neymar, Messi’s role as a creator and goalscorer has increased in a Barca side that has unusually built its stunning start to the season on a defensive record of 13 clean sheets in 18 games.“The departure of Ney has meant a change in the way we play,” Messi, who has 16 goals in 19 games this campaign, told Spanish sports daily Marca on Saturday, a day after picking up his fourth Golden Shoe as the top goalscorer in Europe last season.“We lost a huge amount of attacking potential, but that has benefited us in a defensive sense. Now we are more solid in midfield, we have more structure and that has made us stronger defensively.”Barca first announced an agreement with Messi back on July 5, but pressure has been mounting on Bartomeu to get Messi to put pen to paper after a turbulent summer for the Catalans. Messi renewed his contract with FC Barcelona earlier YesterdayBarcelona, Spain | AFP | Lionel Messi hopes to end his career at Barcelona after ending months of speculation on Saturday by signing a contract extension to 2021, sealing an agreement reached in July, the club announced.Barca had said in the summer that Messi, 30, had committed his future to the club but the Argentine had not signed the new deal.
Seattle Seahawks’ Richard Sherman speaks at a news conference after the NFL football NFC Championship game between the Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014, in Seattle. The Seahawks won 23-17 to advance to Super Bowl XLVIII. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)There was a moment in the NFL version of the Hatfields and McCoys that could have ended the blood feud. It came at the end of the game Sunday, after Seattle’s Richard Sherman batted a pass intended for San Francisco 49er Michael Crabtree into the arms of a teammate, causing an interception that would seal the victory for the Seahawks, sending them to the Super Bowl.Sherman walked over to Crabtree with his arm extended as a show of come-togetherness but Crabtree pushed the defender’s helmet hard. So goes the way of the most heated and hated rivalry in sports today.It was this emotion, that shunning of sportsmanship, that was still ringing in the 24-year-old’s helmet when he walked off the field and onto national television to call Crabtree “sorry” and he would later add “mediocre.”It was the face of Sherman and his dark skin and flailing dreads that had some people take to Twitter to call Sherman a “thug” and a “n–ger.”From behind a computer keyboard and a 140-character-limit wielded by the hands of the ignorant, a 24-year-old Stanford graduate was assaulted with arguably some of the most troubling words in the American lexicon.This is the battle and the passion and the ugliness of American history played out in violent sport, rolled into a sound bite and then released into the Internet-mosphere. It is a Twitter-sized snapshot of the trouble that White America has with an outspoken Back athlete. It was a moment that captured both the hate that the Seahawks and 49ers have for one another on the field and, more importantly, the deep-rooted hate some feel when a Black man speaks freely about his legacy.During the interview Sherman told Erin Andrews: “I’m the best corner in the game. When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, that’s the result you gonna get. Don’t you ever talk about me … Don’t you open your mouth about the best or I’m gonna shut it for you real quick.”Sherman’s behavior and verbiage was succinct and efficient but it wasn’t even remotely “thuggish.” He didn’t speak in slang, he wasn’t punctuating the air with gang signs, he didn’t use vulgarity. In fact, he didn’t do anything even remotely aggressive. If anything, his loud and egotistical rant was much more WWE than NWA.It was typical-football-Sherman, which has never been, nor will ever be, what is expected. The Twitter response was more telling about how far we haven’t come as a nation, on the heels of the birthday of a man who dreamed more for us.Richard Sherman is brash, bold and brutal, all traits that make him one of the best cover corners in the NFL and make people in White America uncomfortable. So while Muhammad Ali is celebrated now as one of the nation’s greatest icons, he was hated then for the same trash-talking that helped make him legend.America has always been comfortable with the humble, wide-eyed, “awe-shucks” athlete from a small town who is in a permanent state of bewilderment about his own abilities and who always defers to his team or his coach.But an athlete who is fully aware of his abilities, who doesn’t shy away from criticism, who adores not only the spotlight but relishes it is a newer breed in the sport, and it is time for historically buttoned-up institutions like the National Football League and its hordes of fans to make room for them.Look, Richard Sherman grew up in the gangsta capital of Compton, Calif., and I am sure he can point out a thug with ease. I am also positive that thugs don’t star in both football and track and field while having the second highest GPA of their graduating class. But that was Sherman, who broke records in both sports while attending Dominguez High School and also made sure to stay firmly grounded in the classroom.He still considers the day he signed a national letter of intent to play football at the Stanford University as one of the proudest moments of his life.“It was unbelievable,” Sherman told the Federal Way Mirror about the signing. “It was a great accomplishment for me and my family. It was a great symbol for people from where I’m from.”What fans forgot Sunday is that hate is a part of the history of sports, which is rooted in rivalries and trash-talk. The hate that happened on Twitter is a deep hate that continues to divide the country.Think about this: A 24-year-old fifth-round draft pick had just made the biggest play of his career to send his team to the Super Bowl, and right before he walked on-camera his bitter rival (who allegedly tried to fight Sherman at a charity event last year) punched him in the helmet. What happened next was real and raw, but it never veered into the land of vile, menacing or thuggish.“To those who would call me a thug or worse because I show passion on a football field—don’t judge a person’s character by what they do between the lines,” Sherman wrote in a column posted on mmqb.com. “Judge a man by what he does off the field, what he does for his community, what he does for his family.”Sherman frequently talks with high school students about making good decisions in life, and recently launched Blanket Coverage, The Richard Sherman Family Foundation, which helps kids get school supplies and clothes.“But people find it easy to take shots on Twitter, and to use racial slurs and bullying language far worse than what you’ll see from me. It’s sad and somewhat unbelievable to me that the world is still this way, but it is.”If being a thug means being salutatorian of your high school with a 4.2 GPA and 1,400 SAT scores, graduating from Stanford, delivering on your promise of greatness and showing no ability to humble-brag—then the black community could use more thugs like Richard Sherman.
Click here if you are having trouble viewing the photo gallery or video on your mobile device.ST. LOUIS–As the season winds down, the book on the 2018 Giants is almost ready for publication.Some of the chapters focus heavily on injuries and others on the team’s offensive failures. While the end of the plot has yet to play out, the paragraphs written about what’s transpired in St. Louis this weekend will focus on the promise of the future and concerns of the present.While young Giants …
14 July 2014 The Proteas claimed their first one-day international series win in Sri Lanka in emphatic fashion on the weekend, thrashing the hosts by 82 runs in the series-deciding third ODI in Hambantota. South African captain AB de Villiers won the toss and elected to bat. It was a decision that was well rewarded. Up front, Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock put on 118 for the first wicket before Amla, the scorer of centuries in the first two matches of the series, was dismissed for 48.De Kock and De Villiers partnership Jacques Kallis departed cheaply, but De Kock and De Villiers then came together to put on 116 for the third wicket. When De Kock was out in the 41st over, he had made an excellent 128 off 127 balls and helped the total to 248. The left-hander’s dismissal offered no respite to the Sri Lankan bowlers as De Villiers accelerated his scoring rate. He was eventually out in the second last over of the South African innings for a splendid 108 off only 71 deliveries, which earned him the man of the match award. With JP Duminy weighing in with 29, the Proteas totalled 339 in their 50 overs, the highest score ever attained in an ODI at Hambantota.Decent starts In reply, Sri Lanka had at least half of their batsmen get decent starts, but none of them was able to push on as De Kock and De Villiers had done. Skipper Angelo Mathews top scored with 58, while Kusal Perera, Tillikaratne Dilshan, Kumar Sangakkara and Ashan Priyanian all made it into the 30s but not beyond as the Sri Lankans were bowled out for 257 in the 45th over. Ryan McLaren shone with the ball, capturing 3 for 37 in eight overs, Morne Morkel and JP Duminy picked up two wickets apiece, and Imran Tahir excelled, turning the screws by claiming the wicket of Mahela Jayawardene and conceding only 29 runs in his 10 overs.‘It sends out a statement’ It was an important win, South Africa’s captain AB de Villiers said after the game. “It sends out a statement of what we can achieve as a team, not just for everyone out there, but more importantly for ourselves,” he said. “In all kinds of sports you have to get the confidence going within before you can start proving people wrong or right. For me, the biggest step was for us to start believing in ourselves as a team. “We never gave up,” he added. “The difficult part was when the nonsense hit the fan, we didn’t run away. We were there as a team sticking together and that is what it is all about.” Superb achievement Underlining the superb achievement of winning in Sri Lanka, De Villiers continued: “We came into this series knowing that we hadn’t won one here before, so we knew that it would be a lot of hard work. Sri Lanka have been playing amazing cricket of late, winning the Asia Cup and then an away ODI Series in England, and they seemed to be very hungry to keep raising that bar. “We had a few heart-to-heart sessions and hard talks in between but, ultimately, it comes down to a lot of hard work,” he said. “Quinton, today, laid the foundation up front, which allowed myself and a couple of other batsmen to express ourselves in the middle order. We were under the pump in the first 10 overs with the ball in hand and the way we came back pleased me a lot. All the hard work was worth it at the end of the day.” Modestly, De Villiers described his 71-ball century as “not his best”, but gave himself credit for the way he responded to the pressure in search of a match-winning total. “Succeeding under the pressure that was on us, knowing that 300 would be a winning score, was probably worth more,” he said. “I felt like I still had too many dot balls and was looking for boundaries too often. In a perfect world obviously I would want less. I really enjoyed the innings, it was not my best but probably in my top five.”Man of the Series Hashim Amla was named man of the series for scoring 258 runs at an average of 86. De Villiers lent strong support with 212 runs at 70.66. Ryan McLaren led the South African bowlers with nine wickets at a miserly average of 13.11 per wicket and an economy rate of 4.91 per over. Imran Tahir was the most economical of the South African bowlers, conceding only 4.44 runs an over in snaring 6 for 120 in the 27 overs he sent down. SAinfo reporter
4. Animated FlourishesCreated By: Final Cut KingYou can spend hundreds of dollars buying animated flourishes on the internet… or you could just make them for free! In this video tutorial by Final Cut King, we are shown how to use masks and keyframes to create animated flourishes in Motion. Take your motion graphic skills to the next level with these 10 amazing Apple Motion tutorials.For people used to working with FCPX, sometimes learning Apple Motion can be much easier than learning After Effects. While the two programs are different, there’s certainly a lot of overlap in terms of functionality and creative potential. The following ten Apple Motion tutorials are great examples of just that.Whether you are someone new to Apple Motion or a seasoned veteran looking to up your skills, here are ten must watch Apple Motion tutorials.1. Particle Collision TutorialCreated By: Simon UbsdellIn this tutorial, Simon Ubsdell shows us how to create an intersecting particle collision effect in Apple Motion. The tutorial shows the creative possibilities of using particle emitters in Apple Motion. 3. Departure Board TutorialCreated By: Simon UbsdellThe ability to move objects in 3D space is an incredibly powerful feature that can be very useful if you’re wanting to simulate 3D depth using 2D objects. In this video tutorial, we learn how to use lights and motion keyframes to create a cool flipboard animation. 8. Sky ReplacementCreated By: Final Cut KingWhen it comes to VFX, one of the first things you’ll learn is how to do a basic sky replacement. This tutorial by Final Cut King is exactly that. Using a series of color keys, you can easily composite your own sky backgrounds into your video. 5. Nebula TutorialCreated By: Simon UbsdellThere are many ways to create abstract, cloud-like effects in Motion and this tutorial series shows us just one. In the series, we learn how to create a nebula scene using 100% native tools in Apple Motion.Part 1Part 2Part 3 6. How to Make a Time-Lapse VideoCreated By: Izzy VideoA time-lapse is a series of pictures taken across a span of time and put together to create a video. However, the pictures don’t make themselves into a video — you have to do it yourself. Thankfully, there are built-in tools in Motion that can help you create time-lapse fast. 9. Sci-Fi PowerballCreated By: Simon UbsdellSometimes the best way to give your motion graphics a custom look is to simply add more layers. The following video tutorial shows us how to create a spinning Sci-Fi powerball with an electric center. Notice how color and movement help sell the effect. 7. Volumetric LightingCreated By: Simon UbsdellVolumetric lighting is essentially light rays that can be seen in 3D space. While you can buy plugins to help you with this, you certainly don’t need to. Using Motion you can create volumetric lighting with native effects. 10. 3D TextCreated By: 13thDesignOne of the newest features to be integreated into Motion is the ability to create 3D text. Unlike After Effects, users of Motion have the option to create 3D text without any 3rd party plugins or hacks. This video tutorial features a quick overview of how it’s done.Want to learn more about Apple Motion? Check out a few of these tutorials here on the PremiumBeat blog:Apple Motion Video Tutorial: Behaviors vs. KeyframesVideo Tutorial: Color Correction in Apple MotionAnimating a Logo or Icon in Apple MotionHave any other inspiring Apple Motion tutorials you would like to share? Let us hear about them in the comments below! 2. Walking Dead EffectCreated By: Final Cut KingUsing the built-in motion tracker, you can easily track points within your footage. While it’s not quite as advanced as mocha Pro, the tracker in Apple Motion is good enough to do basic tracks. This video tutorial shows us how to do a simple motion track similar to that found in The Walking Dead.
A woman here has alleged that a BSP leader whom she accused of rape has sent out threats from prison that she would “meet the same fate” as the Unnao rape victim.The former student of a Varanasi college had in May lodged an FIR against Atul Rai, who is in jail and yet to take oath as a BSP MP after being elected from Ghosi constituency in the last Lok Sabha election.In a video clip which recently surfaced on social media, the woman is heard saying that she, her family members and a witness are being continuously threatened. Her phones are being tapped and a fake case has been registered against the witness, she has alleged.The woman has claimed in the video that she is being threatened by Mr. Rai that when he will come out of jail she will meet the same fate as the Unnao rape victim. The Unnao victim is in hospital after meeting with an accident, allegedly at the behest of expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar against whom she had lodged a rape case. Additional SP Sanjay Yadav said the police have taken note of the video and are investigating the matter.
[email protected] football is just a day away, which is a monumental moment for most fan bases, but there are some that are more focused on the return of basketball in a few months. The ACC, perhaps the top college basketball conference with powerhouses like Duke, Louisville, North Carolina, and Syracuse in the ranks, dropped its full men’s hoops schedule this afternoon. Here are the various schedules by team.The 2015-16 schedule is out! Most times/TV designati ns still TBD, but mark your calendars! #BCEagles pic.twitter.com/COI3lKczyM— BC Men’s Basketball (@BCHoopNews) September 2, 2015JUST ANNOUNCED —> #Clemson learns its 2015-16 #ACC schedule. Excited by our home slate! http://t.co/htyCGcC9D3 pic.twitter.com/pDJzwlnCUm— Clemson Basketball (@ClemsonMBB) September 2, 2015Our full 2015-16 schedule is live! Check it out here and make sure to download the ECAL: http://t.co/2A8huTe9YB pic.twitter.com/rqWCz7CkCR— Duke M. Basketball (@Duke_MBB) September 2, 2015HERE IT IS- Your 1st look at the #Noles 2015-16 Schedule- introduced by the team. #FanUp https://t.co/yCxzHyIerF pic.twitter.com/PzZhm50l7p— FSU Men’s Basketball (@FSU_MBasketball) September 2, [email protected] schedule is set! #TogetherWeSwarm Full details: http://t.co/T15olblgA0 pic.twitter.com/yNFPoblQ52— Georgia Tech Sports (@GTAthletics) September 2, 2015MBB: Take a look at the 2015-16 #UofL men’s basketball schedule NOW! A full release to come shortly. pic.twitter.com/6HjuGEQyI6— Louisville Athletics (@GoCards) September 2, 2015OFFICIAL: #Canes @accmbb announced! Full release here: http://t.co/7l3u2Byt2G #TogetherWeWill #GoCanes pic.twitter.com/0D8KA4KDlT— Canes Hoops (@CanesHoops) September 2, 20152015-16 Tar Heel men’s basketball schedule out now: http://t.co/d4uqHiQrZe #UNCBBall pic.twitter.com/0jnhE3jQCU— Carolina Basketball (@UNC_Basketball) September 2, 2015#WPN our @ACCMBB schedule is ready! Some big-time home games this season at @PNCArena ! READ: http://t.co/GolwUR5fyx pic.twitter.com/h9NxbcWizZ— NC State Men’s Bball (@PackMensBball) September 2, 2015HOT OFF THE PRESS! When will you see the next generation of Irish student-athletes? Check out our 2015-16 schedule. pic.twitter.com/I8AEdfph8b— Notre Dame MBB (@NDmbb) September 2, 2015Full 2015-16 Pitt men’s basketball schedule is now available. http://t.co/lNuutYU347 pic.twitter.com/9xKiv3pYBS— Pitt Basketball (@HailToPittHoops) September 2, 2015Here it is, our 2015-16 @accmbb schedule! #CuseMode pic.twitter.com/bizZAxqPT6— Syracuse Basketball (@Cuse_MBB) September 2, 2015ACC Releases Virginia’s 2015-16 Men’s Basketball Schedule http://t.co/wudZ06dV8f #GoHoos pic.twitter.com/nZCxuqsXJz— Virginia Basketball (@UVAMensHoops) September 2, 20152015-16 #Hokies men’s basketball schedule released. http://t.co/BydFBaiLf6 pic.twitter.com/7vEs9BeJAF— VT Men’s Basketball (@VT_MBBall) September 2, 2015The 2015-16 schedule has been released. Seven NCAA teams to visit the LJVM. #GoDeacs STORY: http://t.co/DTB8B2ILpH pic.twitter.com/3qGg9TOwTX— Wake Basketball (@TieDyeNation) September 2, 2015Which games are you most looking forward to, ACC hoops fans?