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Syracuse football game day: What to know about the Central Michigan matchup

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse hosts its final nonconference opponent of the season in Central Michigan on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. inside the Carrier Dome. The Chippewas are coming off a win at Big-12 foe Kansas, while SU looks to bounce back from a home loss against Middle Tennessee State.How can you watch the game? The game will air on ACC Network Extra.What’s to know about Central Michigan? The Chippewas boast one of the most powerful offenses in the country through two games, led by quarterback Shane Morris, who’s 12th in the country in passing yards. View the full scouting report here.Who coaches at CMU? John Bonamego, who got his dream job at his alma mater. Months later, he was diagnosed with cancer on his left tonsil. Despite chemotherapy and radiation, he did not miss a single practice or team meeting.Who will win the game? Our beat writers are predicting a narrow Syracuse victory.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textRemember Mitch Stanitzek? Two Septembers ago, he was the CMU defensive lineman to deliver the type of blow to Eric Dungey that brought a heavy focus to Dungey’s running habits, a constant in SU’s offense two games into 2017. Dungey is leaving the past behind from that targeting call.Concerns over player safety affect tackling, too. Syracuse is among a growing number of schools to adjust tackling techniques in an age of targeting calls and safety concerns.What’s Syracuse’s biggest weakness? It may be the run game, but the punt return unit has been lackluster, too.Anything else to know about Central Michigan? Jim Lahde of The Morning Sun answers questions surrounding the Chippewas. Comments Published on September 16, 2017 at 11:33 am Contact Matthew: mguti100@syr.edu | @MatthewGut21last_img read more

Richards-Ross explains abortion revelation

first_imgDAEGU, SOUTH KOREA – AUGUST 28: Sanya Richards-Ross of United States looks on after her women’s 400 metres semi finals during day two of the 13th IAAF World Athletics Championships at the Daegu Stadium on August 28, 2011 in Daegu, South Korea. (Photo by Mark Dadswell/Getty Images) Three-time Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross has explained why she revealed information about her abortion prior to competition in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.The Jamaican-born Richards-Ross said the move was to assist other women avoid what she had experienced.She made the revelation in her book Chasing Grace, which was released on Tuesday, that she had an abortion the day before she left the United States for the Olympic Games in China where she won bronze in the 400 meters. She won gold as a member of the USA’s mile-relay team.During an interview with Maggie Gray for SI Now on SI.com, the 32-year-old athlete said she wanted to start a discussion about a pervasive issue.“The truth is it’s an issue that isn’t really talked about, especially in sports, and a lot of young women have experienced this,” Richards Ross said. “Like, I literally do not know another female track athlete who hasn’t had an abortion and that’s sad. For me, I’m hoping that this will open up some discussions to help especially young women who [are] in my situation not experience what I did.”“I think because at that time in your life, when you’re in college, you know you don’t feel comfortable talking to your mom and so a lot of the information you get is from your peers – and it’s going to sound silly to some people – but in our community people don’t want to take the pill cause you put ‘water-weight’ on, and of course as an athlete, you want to be able to stay as fit and as healthy as possible,” she explained.“And then people tell you when you are extremely fit that you can’t get pregnant because our cycles are shorter so there is a lot of mis-education that happens to young women in college because we are educating ourselves.”She said that at the time when she decided to do the abortion she was not aware of all her options. “My husband and I had been dating for five years, I was engaged to him – I had [had] no mishaps prior so I was just put in a really, really tough situation and for me it was so much more than the physical,” she said.“I mean of course you can imagine after the procedure I wasn’t even supposed to run – the doctors told me to take 14 days off. I didn’t have 14 days, but it was more for me about the spiritual and emotional part of the experience that I wanted to share because it wasn’t until even I started this journey that I uncovered some of the hurt that was still there and really try to forgive myself.“I knew that God had forgiven me for it but really forgive myself for that choice and really move on. Now that I’m going to be a mother and now that God has blessed me again, I felt like I needed to kind of purge myself of that and help others do the same.”last_img read more