“That’s the sign of a Power 5 (college) player, that you don’t have to run plays for them,” Lyons said of Redwine, his 5-foot-8 combo guard and one of the top sophomores in the state. “She’s going to shoot a three. She’s going to get a rebound. She’s going to dish it out. She’s going to get steals.” … [Read more...] about George Washington guard Jaida Redwine was one of Colorado prep hoops’ biggest secrets. Not anymore.
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Head coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch have declined to unequivocally commit to Garoppolo, only offering that they expect him to be their 2021 starter. Last month, Shanahan said it would take a significant upgrade to get them to move on from Garoppolo. … [Read more...] about Lions looking to trade Matthew Stafford; 49ers logical suitors
Indeed, Iran has remained defiant, tossed aside restrictions on its production of low-grade uranium, added more centrifuges, and shortened the “breakout” time for producing a nuclear weapon to about six months. It has also carried out an effective propaganda campaign against the draconian Trump strategy, disrupted international shipping in the Persian Gulf, downed an American surveillance drone, and killed three Americans. There are no signs that it has toned down its support for operations against American interests or those of its allies in the Middle East. If anything, the reverse is true. In Iraq, it continues to exercise far greater influence over political developments than the United States, despite the loss of more than 4,500 American lives in the Iraq War. … [Read more...] about Can Biden Fix the Mess Trump Made of Our Relationship With Iran?
“Just imagine living through the past four years. Really hardworking civil servants have been held hostage to a captor that really didn’t care what they do,” Blumenfeld said. “I don’t think we can underestimate the damage that was done. It’s going to take years of undoing.” … [Read more...] about Environmental turnaround — 8 issues that will pivot in California’s favor under Biden
For those who value “unity” and bipartisanship most of all, a big moment in American history was the “Compromise of 1877,” an agreement alleged to have achieved a great national reconciliation of North and South following the Civil War. Crafted in quiet negotiations aimed at resolving the disputed presidential election of 1876, that compromise essentially gave Republicans another four years in the White House in exchange for abandonment of Reconstruction. Black civil and voting rights in the South soon died, and were not revived for many decades. … [Read more...] about Political Unity Can Also Do Harm, Just Look at American History