What started out as a one-sided blowout-in-the-making turned into a nail-biting, highest scoring game in Rose Bowl history.,USC claimed its 25th Rose Bowl victory in program history,The festivities included a trip to Disneyland and the annual Beef Bowl.,Both teams rode long winning streaks to the postseason.,The team that started the season 1-3 has turned it around.,A look back at Sam Darnold’s spectacular rise,The comeback kids battle it out in the second half,USC football is back
The incoming Ireland defence coach will join the province for the next four months.Farrell – who was part of England’s coaching ticket for their 2015 World cup campaign – can’t work with an international team during the Six Nations as part of his gardening leave however he can work with clubs.The Reds have struggled in recent weeks losing 5 of their last 6 matches.
Officials in Palm Beach County sent a letter to Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday afternoon, asking to be considered for phase one of the his reopening strategy.Last week, Gov. DeSantis announced the state would begin phase one of his “Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan for Florida’s Recovery.,” with the exception of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties.Earlier this week, county commissioners voted 5-1 to send a letter to DeSantis, requesting that they be considered for inclusion in phase one of that strategy.Click here to read the full letter“The board made a decision that we are ready to open businesses in Palm Beach County as set forth in Section 3 and 4 of Executive Order 2020-112,” reads the letter by Palm Beach County Mayor David Kerner. “We are recommending you consider and grant our county the opportunity to reopen in Phase 1 of your plan in a similar fashion to other counties in the state outside of South Florida.”The letter also states that the board of county commissioners voted unanimously to consider reopening local beaches.The commission plans to hold a special meeting Friday to review a proposed order that would allow those beach restrictions to be relaxed.
ARCADIA, Calif. (July 1, 2016)–Claiborne Farm’s homebred Bendable faced winners for the first time Friday at Santa Anita and responded with a polished 2 ¼ length win in the track’s $58,000 allowance feature for 3-year-old fillies. Trained by Richard Mandella, she broke from the rail with Flavien Prat and although she was pressed from the outset, remained well within herself around the far turn. As the field turned for home, Prat called upon her and she left her competition in her wake, cruising to a final six furlong clocking of 1:09.59.“She’s a fast filly,” Mandella deadpanned afterward. “The nice thing about today is that she was in control and within herself. She was able to sit while getting pressured from the outside and it looked like Flavien had quite a bit under him. She was within herself and she didn’t get rank or get excited. Like I say, she’s fast.”A 3 ¾ length maiden winner here going 5 ½ furlongs June 3, she was off at 1-5 in a field of five and paid $2.40, $2.20 and $2.10.A Kentucky-bred daughter of Horse Greeley, out of the Arch mare, Bend, she picked up $34,800 for the win, increasing her earnings to $68,400.Last and about six lengths off the winner with a quarter mile to run, Sweet Halory, who was ridden by Mike Smith, rallied well through the lane for second, finishing 4 ¼ lengths in front of Run for Retts. Off at 9-1, she paid $4.40 and $3.00.Next to last at the quarter, Run for Retts rallied three-wide under Tyler Baze for third and finished 1 ¼ lengths in front of Street Surrender. Off at 7-1, Run for Retts paid $2.20 to show.Fractions on the race were 21.42, 44.34 and 56.69.First post time for a nine-race card Saturday at Santa Anita is at 1:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 11:30 a.m.