Comment Roma crashed out of the Champions League against Porto (Picture: Getty)Roma sporting director Monchi clashed with the club’s fans after Wednesday’s damaging Champions League exit against Porto.Trailing 2-1 from the first leg in the Italian capital, the Portuguese club completed an impressive comeback thanks to a 117th minute Alex Telles penalty in extra time.According to Corriere dello Sport, Roma’s team was confronted by a group of 15 supporters at the airport, who directed their ire at the likes of Edin Dzeko, Steven Nzonzi, Patrick Schick.Although the likes of Daniele De Rossi and coach Eusebio Di Francesco escaped criticism, defender Alessandro Florenzi was sarcastically clapped for the part he played in the concession of the decisive penalty.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Metro Sport ReporterThursday 7 Mar 2019 1:41 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link257Shares Advertisement Arsenal target Monchi clashes with Roma fans after Champions League defeat against Porto Monchi has come under attack from Roma fans for their poor recent results (Picture: Getty)Monchi, meanwhile, is said to have been accused of ‘wrecking the team’ which currently lies a mammoth 28 points behind Juventus in the race for the Scudetto.The former Sevilla transfer chief reportedly replied saying ‘you’re better’ before allegedly threatening ‘in six months, I’ll take on each of you one on one.’After helping turn his former club into serial Europa League winners, the Spaniard was expected to mastermind similar success as Roma. Alessandro Florenzi was sarcastically clapped by Roma fans at the airport (Picture: Getty)Although the club reached the semi finals of the Champions League last season, despite the sale of Mohamed Salah to Liverpool, the current campaign looks set to peter out tamely, while Monchi has been heavily linked with a summer move to Arsenal.Former Borussia Dortmund talent spotter Sven Mislintat departed the north London club last month and the Gunners are looking to fill the role of technical director.Monchi worked in tandem with current Arsenal head coach Unai Emery during their time together at the Sanchez Pijuan.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisement
Category: tmmswymppfqmnruh Bath Spa University ‘blocks transgender research’
BBC News 25 September 2017Family First Comment: Astonishing – but indicative of the inability to critique gender ideology“The fundamental reason given was that it might cause criticism of the research on social media and criticism of the research would be criticism of the university and they also added it was better not to offend people,” he said. According to the Times, it was rejected because “engaging in a potentially politically incorrect piece of research carries a risk to the university”.Better not to offend people?Best to heal people from gender dysphoria!! James Caspian wanted to write a thesis on “detransition” as part of his master’s degree in counselling and psychotherapy at Bath Spa University.He said it was rejected by the university’s ethics committee because it could be “politically incorrect”.The university said it couldn’t comment until after an internal investigation.Mr Caspian, a counsellor who specialises in therapy for transgender people, told Radio 4: “I was astonished at that decision.“I think that a university exists to encourage discussion, research – dissent even, challenging perhaps ideas that are out of date or not particularly useful.”He says he wanted to study people who had swapped gender and then changed their minds after coming across evidence of a growing number of people who regretted having the surgery and finding no research had been done into the subject.READ MORE: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-41384473
Category: tmmswymppfqmnruh DAPD takes educational campaign to the North
Exective Director of the DAPD, Mrs. Nathalie Murphy. The Dominica Association of Persons with Disabilities Inc (D.A.P.D) has embarked upon an educational campaign in the North of the island.This workshop will form part of a series with a view to informing citizens on the United Nations Conventions on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities According to a press release from the Executive Director of the Association Mrs. Nathalie Murphy, the objectives of this educational workshop are;• To enable persons with disabilities to understand the various articles and other components of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and the Optional Protocol.• To sensitize the general public on the need to promote and protect the human rights and dignity of persons with disabilities, as provided for in the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.• To solicit support from the Dominican citizenry for Government’s ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The release further states that the campaign is “directed at the disability community, agencies working with persons with disabilities, civil society organizations, faith based organizations, the private and public sector and political parties”.The District Workshop will be held at the Glanvillia Community Centre from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday 31st January, 2012. Dominica Vibes News Share Tweet Share Sharing is caring! 18 Views no discussions Share LocalNews DAPD takes educational campaign to the North by: – January 31, 2012
Category: tmmswymppfqmnruh Region-wide lockdown? Easier said than done – DOH
ILOILO City – Should a lockdown beobserved in Western Visayas to shield its residents from the coronavirusdisease 2019 (COVID-19) or stop the virus from further spreading? He believed the lockdown in Wuhan Citywas one of the reasons COVID-19 cases there increased. Treñasalso previously prohibited foreigners from countries with confirmed cases ofCOVID-19 from attending mass gatherings. “It is not going to be easy forresidents. Hapos hambalon pero kon araikaw sa sulod sang area…As much as possible the government is reallytrying to avoid that kind of situation,” said Alonsabe. EONo. 48-2020 amended EO No. 038 that suspended all major gatheringsfrom February to March only. “It is not easy,” according to Dr.Glenn Alonsabe, epidimiologist of the Department of Health (DOH) Region 6. Alonsabe also cited the lockdown onthe Diamond Princess cruiseship inJapan. There were only a few cases initially but these grew, he said. *The elderly, young, pregnant women and those with existing medical conditionsshould wear facemasks at all times. In a lockdown – as observed in Hubeiprovince where Wuhan City, the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak, was located– travel restrictions were imposed. Those within the lockdown zone were notpermitted to get out while those outside the zone were prohibited from gettingin. Many were not allowed to leave their homes. Whole cities and towns were cutoff from one another. Iloilo City’s Mayor Jerry Treñas saida lockdown may be imposed but only in areas with many confirmed COVID-19infections. For this city, Treñas ordered thesuspension of massgatherings, social events like barangay fiestas, public and/or private schoolactivities up to senior high school, rallies and the like to prevent the spreadof COVID-19. *Organizers of mass gatherings must have medical and security plans approved bythe Philippine National Police and the City Disaster Risk Reduction andManagement Office. *Persons with signs and symptoms of respiratory infection such as cough and coldshould wear medical masks. China has seen 80,754 confirmed cases,3,136 of whom have died. Treñasfurther issued health safety guidelines vis-à-vis mass gatherings: Hestressed, too, that people with a history of travel to countries with COVID-19cases and had not completed 14 days of quarantine were not allowed to attendmass gatherings. “If there should be a lockdown it shouldbe in Metro Manila, didto nagadugang nganagadugang cases. I’m sure there will be more. Nag-24 (cases) lang ina(of March 10) because kuripot ang DOH sang ila test kits,” said Treñas. In Western Visayas, said Alonsabe,quarantine procedures appeared to be working for now. As this was beingwritten, DOH had no recorded COVID-19 case in the region. *Organizers of mass gatherings should make available hand sanitizers and alcoholto the attendees. Invokingthe General Welfare clause of Republic Act 7160 (Local Government Code) in hisExecutive Order (EO) No. 48-2020 issued yesterday, Treñas said “it isimperative that the city government suspend all major gatherings…to reduce theexposure and risks of its citizens to COVID-19.” *Practice proper respiratory hygiene when at mass gatherings. This includescovering the nose and mouth with disposable tissue or elbow when coughing orsneezing. Dispose used tissue properly. Thesuspension order will hold until further notice, he stressed. *After contact with respiratory secretions, one should perform hand hygiene. *There should be medical teams and ambulances on standby during massgatherings./PN
Category: tmmswymppfqmnruh Bulldogs Freshman Team Defeated By Trojans
The Batesville Freshman Boys Basketball team lost a tough game to East Central on Thursday, 48-36. While the final score doesn’t reflect it, the game was close until the 4th quarter when East Central pulled away, as Batesville was unable to find ways to score. Batesville was led in scoring by Cooper Wilhelm (14) and Eli Pierson (8). Batesville plays Lawrenceburg tomorrow at home at 6 PM.1st Qtr-Batesville 10, East Central 82nd Qtr-East Central 21, Batesville 193rd Qtr-East Central 34, Batesville 314th Qtr-East Central 48, Batesville 36Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Sean Boyce.
Category: tmmswymppfqmnruh Ronaldo’s girlfriend sparks engagement and pregnancy rumours
Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez has sparked engagement AND pregnancy rumours with a picture she posted online. The 26-year-old uploaded a snap wearing a huge dazzling ring and one hand over her stomach. The model has previously denied the couple are engaged but her latest Instagram post seems to suggest otherwise. In the first snap, the Spaniard is in a lift and has her hand over her stomach alongside the caption: “Buenos Dias.” And the second on her Instagram story shared to her 18.2million followers was a close-up of the enormous ring on her wedding ring finger alongside a Chanel handbag. Ronaldo, 35, spent the lockdown in his native Madeira but is now back in Italy ready for action. But focus is also on his partner who appeared to hint at pregnancy again just four days ago with a photo captioned: “Baby girl.” Loading… Serie A bosses are hopeful of a return to the pitch on June 13. And Ronaldo was seen arriving at Juventus’s training base in a black Jeep Grand Cherokee on Tuesday to report back for duty. He did so rocking a new hairstyle, after Rodriguez spent the day “pampering” him and practicing her hairdressing skills last month. Rodriguez got her electric razor out at the start of April while they were still in Madeira and ran it up the back of the Juventus star’s head. He did his famous “Siiiiiu” goal celebration yell and gave a thumbs-up as Georgina insisted: “Just relax.” read also:Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina posts confusing baby message Italy’s hairdressers re-opened on Monday after a ten-week lockdown – but Cristiano obviously won’t be on the customer list anytime soon if the couple’s social media posts are anything to go by.with braids (this model knows how to stay still).” Ronaldo also shared a picture of himself and his new barnet, giving two thumbs up at the Juventus training ground. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content10 Extremely Dirty Seas In The World13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesSuper Recognizable Outfits That Actors Wore In The Famous Movies9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Worst Things To Do To Your Phone
Category: tmmswymppfqmnruh UWF Women’s Soccer Advances to Conference Championship, with 1-0 Win over Harding
Nov. 2, 2007Box ScorePENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Florida Women’s Soccer team just doesn’t give their opponents many opportunities to score. The West Florida defense has not allowed a goal in 880 minutes, following the 1-0 shutout of Harding in the Gulf South Conference Semifinal match at Brosnaham Park Friday afternoon. The Argos (15-2) will play against Montevallo (12-5-1) in the Conference Final Sunday morning at 11:30 AM at Brosnaham Park in Pensacola. Montevallo defeated Ouachita Baptist 2-1, in the other semifinal match on Friday.Only five minutes into the contest, Brandi Adams (Sr. / Gulf Breeze, Fla.) hit the crossbar on a shot, and despite not scoring, it set the tone of the constant West Florida attack on the Harding defense. Then, only ten minutes into the match, Adams had a nifty pass to Dernelle Mascall (So. / Trinidad) for a goal from the right side of the box, to put the Argos up 1-0. Mascall’s goal was her 23rd on the season, while the entire opposition has only scored six.Harding (9-9-1) worked hard for a few shot opportunities, but the Argo defense really focused on Kendyl Washburn, the top scoring option for the Lady Bison, and limited her touches. The Argos Linda Ganehed (Fr. / Winter Park, Fla.) was assigned to mark up Washburn and was right with her all match long. West Florida Coach Joe Bartlinski was excited about his defenders, “Linda did a fantastic job stopping the GSC player of the year (Washburn), and allowing her zero shots on goal. What’s even more exciting is Linda is a freshmen and several other of our young players are playing real well too.”Goalkeeper Courtney Jones (So. / Panama City, Fla.) had four saves in the first half, including a spectacular one with 4:31 left in the first half, as Harding worked very hard to try to get some offense going. Meanwhile, West Florida had eight shots in the first half, with three close calls and the one goal. Harding Goalkeeper Chelsea Hornbeck also had a great save to stop a Dernelle Mascall shot with 2:31 left in the first half. The Argos held a slim 1-0 lead at the half, and it would be all they needed.The second half started with both defenses playing well, as twenty minutes disappeared with only one shot on goal, until the Argos had back to back shots inside the box, which Harding was able to defend. Mascall had a header blocked, followed by a shot by Lura Carter (Jr. / Tallahassee, Fla.), which was saved by Hornbeck. Meanwhile, the Argos defense only allowed one shot on goal for the first 43 minutes of the second half. The center defender Marie Hastings (Sr. / Gainesville, Fla.) just wouldn’t let anything get past her. The Bisons did manage a corner kick with 12 minutes left, but couldn’t keep it in play. Finally, in the last two minutes, Harding had a flurry of attacks, but the Argo defense stopped every one.The victory by the Argonauts sets up a chance for the Argos to repeat as Conference Champions, as they defeated Ouachita Baptist on the same field by a 1-0 in last year’s conference final. The UWF Women have made the Conference tournament 11 times, and 11 times they have played in the championship game. Coach Bartlinski gave a lot of credit to Harding for making the contest a nailbitter. “They were facing elimination and they came with everything they had, and played very well. We expect the same thing Sunday, as Montevallo will be facing elimination, and they will play a good 90 minutes. They (Montevallo) have quality players and an outstanding coach, so this will be a very tough match.” The Conference title and post-season seeding is at stake, and it all takes place at Brosnaham Park on Sunday at 11:30 AM. Print Friendly Version Share UWF Women’s Soccer Advances to Conference Championship, with 1-0 Win over Harding
Category: tmmswymppfqmnruh Suicide Prevention Week offers resources
Lawrenceburg, IN—September 8-14 is national suicide prevention week. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, killing about 47,000 people each year. The stigma surrounding suicide leads to underreporting, and data collection methods critical to suicide prevention need to be improved. There’s no single cause for suicide. Suicide most often occurs when stressors and health issues converge to create an experience of hopelessness and despair. Depression is the most common condition associated with suicide, and it is often undiagnosed or untreated. Conditions like depression, anxiety, and substance problems, especially when unaddressed, increase the risk of suicide. Yet it’s important to note that most people who actively manage their mental health conditions go on to engage in life.There are resources to help. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255). The Lifeline provides free, confidential emotional support and referrals to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Locally, CMHC provides crisis intervention services at its Main Center in Lawrenceburg. The Center also offers crisis intervention services using a 24-hour toll-free hotline at 1-877-849-1248 and an on-call crisis system.
Category: tmmswymppfqmnruh Update on the latest sports
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSJason Day asks to be testedCROMWELL, Conn. (AP) — Jason Day has asked to be tested for COVID-19 just before the third round of the Travelers Championship in Connecticut. Officials have decided to have him play as a single Saturday as a precautionary measure. Two more players withdrew Friday because of the coronavirus, Denny McCarthy for a positive test, and Bud Cauley, who tested negative but decided to pull out after playing alongside McCarthy on Thursday. In all there have been seven COVID-19-related withdrawals from the tournament. Phil Mickelson had the lead heading into the weekend. Playing his first tournament since turning 50 this month, the five-time major champion shot a 7-under 63 yesterday to take a one-stroke lead. First-round leader Mackenzie Hughes followed an opening 60 with a 68 to drop into a second-place tie with 23-year-old Will Gordon.In other developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic:— Pocono Raceway is set to hold two NASCAR Cup Series races this weekend without any fans. One race is Saturday. The other is Sunday, and it comes with a twist: The field will be set by inverting the lead-lap finishers from race No. 1. Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick are 5-1 favorites on Saturday. Saturday’s race is set for 325 miles and Sunday goes off at 350 miles, sliced from the traditional 400.— Cleveland Indians president Chris Antonetti said a “couple” of staff members have chosen not to take part in the resumption of training camp due to COVID-19 concerns. Speaking on a Zoom call Friday, Antonetti did not identify the staffers who have opted out or specify their roles in the organization. He added that he’s unaware of any players declining to participate because of health reasons. Antonetti said the club has spoken to “every high-risk individual” about the risks of returning. The Indians are scheduled to reopen camp on July 1 in Cleveland. Associated Press Update on the latest sports June 27, 2020 — The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association have finalized terms of the deal that will allow the league to restart the season at the Disney World campus near Orlando, Florida next month. The league and the union made the announcement Friday. Many of the details were already known, such as how “stringent health and safety protocols” would be in place for the 22 teams that will be participating, that no fans will be present and that games will be held in three different arenas at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex.— The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association say 16 players tested positive for coronavirus in the first wave of mandatory tests done in preparation for the restart of the season. Those 16 players were part of a pool of 302 tested on Tuesday. Tests are continuing for all 22 teams that will be participating in the restart at the Disney campus.— The Carolina Hurricanes will begin “voluntary small-group training” at PNC Arena on Tuesday. The team says those sessions will be closed to the public and media. Sixteen players, divided into two groups, are expected to participate. Players and staff permitted inside the arena will be tested for COVID-19. The team says the arena has received “extensive cleaning” during the suspended NHL season and there will be “enhanced cleaning and sanitation efforts” going forward.— Morehouse College has canceled its football and cross-country seasons because of the coronavirus pandemic. President David A. Thomas said scholarships would be honored. The Historically Black College in Atlanta competes at the NCAA Division II in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. In a statement on the school’s website, Thomas wrote about the difficulty in safely travelling and hosting games and events while maintaining social distancing.— French soccer club Paris Saint-Germain says three players from its women’s teams have tested positive for the coronavirus. PSG said in a statement Saturday that one player from the main women’s team and two players from the under-19 side returned positive results. The women’s senior team is set to resume training on Monday. Earlier this week, PSG said three players from the men’s side and one member of staff were infected by the virus during the lockdown when they were not in contact with each other. PSG said they are no longer contagious and can train as normal. — The baseball Hall of Fame museum has reopened after being shut since March 15. The Cooperstown, New York, hall welcomed visitors on Friday. Face masks are required from all staff and guests. The shrine is selling tickets that permit visitors to reserve a specific date and time to enter, reducing congestion in the front lobby and throughout the museum. Some of the Hall’s bigger gathering spots will remain closed. The popular plaque gallery is open. The Hall announced earlier that this year’s Hall of Fame induction ceremonies had been canceled because of the virus outbreak. Derek Jeter, Marvin Miller, Ted Simmons and Larry Walker will be enshrined next year, on July 25, 2021.NHL-DRAFT LOTTERYPlay-in round team wins draft lottery, shot at LafreniereUNDATED (AP) — Presumptive top selection Alexis Lafreniere will have to wait a little bit longer to find out his NHL destination. Chaos reigned at the NHL draft lottery, with the No. 1 pick still up for grabs in a second lottery drawing. The eight teams that lose in the qualifying round of the playoffs have an equal chance of drafting first. The Kings got the second pick, the Senators the third thanks to 2018 trade with San Jose and the league-worst Red Wings dropped to fourth. Ottawa has the third and fifth picks and is the first team since 2000 with two selections in the top five. On Instagram, Hamilton called the comments “sad and disappointing” and said they “show us how far we as a society need to go before real equality can happen.”Ecclestone made his assertion when he was asked his opinion on Hamilton setting up a commission to increase diversity in motorsport. As part of the NHL’s 24-team playoff format if it resumes, 16 teams will play each other in best-of-five series to move on — and the losers of those matchups now have a major consolation prize looming: equal 12.5% odds of landing Lafreniere.F1-HAMILTON-ECCLESTONEHamilton saddened and hurt by Ecclestone’s racism commentsPARIS (AP) — Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has criticized “ignorant and uneducated” comments by former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone.Hamilton, a six-time world champion and the only Black driver in F1, was shocked by Ecclestone’s claim during an interview with broadcaster CNN on Friday that “in lots of cases, Black people are more racist” than white people.
Category: tmmswymppfqmnruh Syracuse hopes to avoid effects of short week on Senior Day against Rutgers
This year’s Orange, led by its senior class, is more team-oriented than most. There’s no player that can score six or seven points on a consistent basis and, outside of Brian Megill, there’s no defender that can completely shut down an opposing offense on his own.“I think this team, more than even a lot of Syracuse teams, is we have to rely on the team,” SU head coach John Desko said. “It’s got to be team defense, it’s got to be team offense.”It may not matter on Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Carrier Dome against a Rutgers (2-10, 0-4 Big East) team that No. 7 Syracuse should overpower. But it shouldn’t have mattered on March 23 when SU fell to one-win Villanova. Then, just like the Orange (8-2, 2-1 Big East) will on Saturday, SU played its third game in a week.So when Syracuse hosts the Scarlet Knights it will look to use its by-committee approach to conquer Senior Day emotions and raw fatigue.For one of the last times in a regular season game, Megill will run onto Ernie Davis Legends Field before the same coaches, teammates and teammates’ parents he’s seen at most every game in the past four years. He’ll have mixed emotions looking back on what he called the best four years of his life, he said, but emotionally, he and his teammates can simply flip a switch.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“When you’re in pregame it’s all about Rutgers. When you’re walking on the field with your parents it’s all about that time,” the SU defender said. “As soon as it’s over you let it go. It’s right in the past, and I think all the guys on the team know they all got to have that same mentality.”Desko said this group of seniors has fulfilled its potential. They, and the team they lead, make impossible matchups for opposition, especially on offense.The Orange is No. 3 in the country in assists per game, through games played last weekend. No Syracuse player has scored five goals in a single game this season. And while a member of the Orange has hit four goals on three different occasions, each time it’s been a different player – first Derek Maltz, then Henry Schoonmaker and finally Luke Cometti on Wednesday.Even when Scott Loy hobbled out of the Cornell game on Wednesday with about six minutes left in the second quarter, Syracuse had a replacement. It firmed up Schoonmaker’s place in the first attacking midfield rotation, and the midfielder went on to score SU’s go-ahead goal with 6:15 left in the game.“It’s just the way we’ve been playing, it makes you hard to cover too,” Desko said. “It’s one thing to focus on one guy and double-team that guy or shut him off or throw a zone against him. But if you look at our scoring, you got to cover everybody.”Rutgers will likely struggle to contain Syracuse’s cavalry of goal scorers, but with SU playing its third game in a week, Desko is worried about getting them the ball. It’s the same kind of schedule that led to a crushing road loss to Villanova.The Orange offense was ruthlessly efficient that night, scoring on nearly half of its shots. But SU lost 22-of-24 faceoffs and hardly had the ball. When Chris Daddio, Brendan Conroy or Megill did manage to win the initial draw from the Wildcats’ Thomas Croonquist, the Orange’s wings were routinely beaten to the ball, giving possession back to Villanova.It’s why Desko has been quick to put the speedy Schoonmaker on the left faceoff wing since then. But Schoonmaker’s double-shifted in the last two games and Rutgers’ faceoff specialist Joseph Nardella beat Croonquist on 13-of-18 draws when the Scarlet Knights and Wildcats met earlier this season.“What makes it scary is Rutgers’ faceoff guy dominated the Villanova guy,” Desko said. “So that’s not a good statistic for us because Villanova I think basically won the game because of number of possessions that they had.”Crucially, though, SU remembers.Desko, Megill and JoJo Marasco stood at a frigid midfield rattling off the remaining home games while Daddio took questions about Villanova’s domination at the faceoff X.“We just got a lot of work, we’re coming back to where we were last year with this game in faceoffs,” Daddio said after the loss.Working through the remaining Dome schedule, the two seniors and Desko fast-forwarded to Saturday and realized aloud, “Senior Day.”On the bus ride back to Syracuse after the loss to Villanova, there was no talking, Megill said. Like Saturday’s Rutgers game, it was one the Orange should’ve won.“I think you got to bring it up,” Megill said. “You got to tell the guys, you can’t have another trap game like that. You saw what happened, you know how it felt.” Comments Published on April 12, 2013 at 10:12 pm Contact Jacob: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Jacob_Klinger_ Facebook Twitter Google+