Green Room Group – Intersindical RTVV Sun, 19 Sep 2021 05:00:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Green Room Group – Intersindical RTVV 32 32 Fearful US residents in Afghanistan hiding from the Taliban | News, Sports, Jobs Sun, 19 Sep 2021 04:13:41 +0000


Every night at a different house in the Afghan capital, a California couple holding an American green card take turns sleeping, with one still awake to watch over their three young children so they can flee if they hear. the footsteps of the Taliban.

They moved seven times in two weeks, relying on relatives to welcome and feed them. Their days are an uncomfortable mix of fear and boredom, confined to a few rooms where they read, watch TV and play “The Phone Game” in which they whisper secrets and pass them on, a diversion for children who have the added benefit of silencing them.

This all happens while the agonizing wait for a call from someone who can help them out. A US State Department official contacted them several days ago to tell them that a social worker was assigned to them, but they have not heard a word since. They tried unsuccessfully to fly and are now talking to an international relief organization.

“We are afraid and we are hiding more and more,” the mother said in a text message to The Associated Press. “Whenever we feel short of breath, I pray. “

Through messages, emails and phone conversations with relatives and relief groups, AP has reconstructed what the daily lives of some of those left behind were like after the chaotic withdrawal of the US military, including US citizens, permanent residents of the United States. – cardholders and visa applicants who aided US troops during the 20 Years War.

Those contacted by AP – who are not identified for their own safety – described a scary and stealthy existence of hiding in houses for weeks, turning off lights at night, moving from place to place. other and put on loose clothing and burqas to avoid detection. if they absolutely have to venture out.

All say they are afraid that the Taliban in power will find them, throw them in jail, or even kill them because they are Americans or because they worked for the American government. And they fear that the efforts promised by the Biden administration to get them out have stalled.

When the phone rang in an apartment in Kabul a few weeks ago, the US green card holder who answered – a Texas truck driver visiting his family – was hoping the US State Department would finally respond to his calls for him and his parents to fly out.

Instead, it’s the Taliban.

“We won’t hurt you. Let’s meet. Nothing will happen, ”said the appellant, according to the truck driver’s brother, who lives with him in Texas and spoke to him afterwards. The call included a few disturbing words: “We know where you are. “

This was enough to scare the man away from the Kabul apartment where he lived with his mother, two teenage brothers and his father, who was in particular danger as he had worked for years for an American contractor overseeing operations. security agents.

“They are hopeless,” the Texas brother said. “They think, ‘We’re stuck in the apartment and no one is there to help us.’ They were left behind.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken told Congress last week that the government is not tracking US permanent residents with green cards in Afghanistan, but he estimates that several thousand people remain in the country, as well as around 100 of US citizens. He promised the US government was working to get them out.

As of Tuesday, 36 U.S. citizens had been evacuated and 24 green card holders since the U.S. military left last month, according to the State Department. Others were dispatched on Friday, but the administration has not released those figures.

Neither the United States nor the Taliban have made it clear why so few people were evacuated.

This is hardly encouraging for another Texas green card holder, a grandmother who recently watched from a rooftop activists pull over in half a dozen police cars and Humvees to take control of the house across the street.

“The Taliban. The Taliban, ”she whispered over the phone to her American son in a Dallas suburb, a conversation the woman recounted to the AP. “The women and children are screaming. They drag the men to the cars.

She and her husband, who came to Kabul several months ago to visit relatives, are now terrified that the Taliban will find out not only their ties to the United States, but their son’s as well. Texas, who had worked for years for an American military contractor.

His son, who has also not been named, said he called officials of the US embassy in Kabul several times before it closed, filled out all the necessary paperwork and even enlisted the help of a group of elders. fighters and members of Congress.

He doesn’t know what more he can do.

“What will we do if they knock on the door?” The 57-year-old mother asked during one of her daily calls. “What are we going to do?”

“Nothing is going to happen,” replied the son.

When asked in a recent interview if he believed this, the son fired back, exasperated, “What else am I supposed to tell him?” “

The Taliban government has promised to let Americans and Afghans with appropriate travel documents leave the country and not to retaliate against those who have helped the United States. But UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet said there was evidence they were breaking their word. She warned on Monday that the country had entered a “new and perilous phase” and cited credible reports of retaliatory killings of Afghan soldiers and allegations that the Taliban were hunting house-to-house against former officials. government officials and people who have cooperated with the US military and US companies.

PA journalists in Afghanistan are unaware of any US citizens or green card holders arrested or arrested by the Taliban. But they confirmed that several Afghans who worked for the previous government and army were recently arrested for questioning and released.

The California family, which includes a 9-year-old girl and two boys aged 8 and 6, say they have been on the run for two weeks after the Taliban knocked on the door of their relative’s apartment to ask if the Americans stay. the.

The family moved to Sacramento four years ago after the mother got a special immigrant visa because she was working for US-funded projects in Kabul to promote women’s rights. Now the mother says that she and her daughter wore the burqa whenever they moved to their next “prison-house”.

The father, who worked as an Uber driver, had panic attacks as they waited for help.

“I don’t see the US government stepping in and getting them out anytime soon,” said elementary school principal Nate McGill, who texted with the family daily.

Distraction has become a mother’s tool of choice for protecting her children from stress. She asks them what they want to do when they get back to California and what they want to be when they grow up.

Their daughter hopes to become a doctor one day, while their sons say they want to become a teacher.

But distraction is not always enough. After a parent told the girl that the Taliban were taking little girls, she hid in a room and refused to come out until her father swelled up and said he could beat the Taliban, making her laugh.

The mother smiled, hiding her fear from her daughter, but then texted her manager.

“This life is almost half death.”


Condon reported from New York, Watson from San Diego. Kathy Gannon in Kabul and Ellen Knickmeyer in Washington contributed to this report.

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Belmont Park Notes: Step Dancer JC Derby, Bred in NY, Magic Attitude Fasig-Tipton Waya, Japan Joe Hirsch Turf Classic G1, Belmont Probable Fri, 17 Sep 2021 23:00:52 +0000

New York born step dancer stretches out in the Million Dollar Jockey Club Derby Invitational

ELMONT, NY – Hayward Pressman, Diamond M Stable and Donna R. Pressman’s New York-sed Step dancer will debut in elite company at Saturday’s million dollar Jockey Club Derby Invitational, a 12-stage test on the Widener turf at Belmont Park.

The Jockey Club Derby, which offers a ‘Win and You’re In’ place at Grade 1, $ 4 million Longines Turf in November in Del Mar, is the final stop in NYRA’s Turf Triple series for men that has started with Grade 1, $ 1 million Belmont Derby [won by Bolshoi Ballet] in July and continued with the $ 1 million Saratoga Derby [won by State of Rest] in August at the historic Saratoga Racecourse.

The Jockey Club Derby is slated for race 10 on Saturday’s lucrative 11-race map which will also feature the $ 700,000 1 3/8 mile Jockey Club Oaks, the final stop in the Turf Triple series for 3-year-old fillies. , in race 9; and the $ 300,000 American Jockey Club Invitational Grand Prix of 1 5/8 mile in Race 4.

Trained by Barclay Tagg, Step Dancer showed promise as a youngster posting a first 24-1 victory by covering 1 1/16 miles on Saratoga turf last September before finishing third in the Grade 2 Pilgrim in October. at Belmont Park. The Bay of War Dancer finished a strong campaign with a three-quarter score against an open company in the 1 1/16 mile Awad on the yielding turf of Belmont on October 31.

Tagg said he appreciates Step Dancer’s willingness to compete.

“I have observed a lot of horses over the years. Everything you see of him in the morning gives you confidence. He’s an athlete, ”Tagg said.

Raised in the Empire State by Sugar Plum Farm and Richard Pressman, Step Dancer kicked off his second campaign in March with a standout effort in Cutler Bay at Gulfstream Park before a close third in a new 1 1/16-mile Seeker optional York breed allowance on May 13 at Belmont Park.

Step Dancer finished second in the spectacular NYSSS seven-stadium offering on June 19 at Belmont and will enter Saturday’s test on a high note after overcoming a tough start in the one-mile NYSSS Cab Calloway on July 28 at the Spa , rallying four wide on the way to defeat eligible New York rivals.

Tagg said he was not surprised by the effort of the game.

“He’s a horse that runs hard. He likes to do it, ”Tagg said. “I don’t know if he’s a great horse or not, but I have a lot of confidence in him. He tries every time.

Tagg said Step Dancer should appreciate the significant increase in distance.

“I never felt like he couldn’t run for long. I might change my mind next Sunday, but not yet, ”Tagg said with a laugh. “It always seemed like he could go a long way. Whatever you ask him to do, he does. He loves his sport. Some horses are like that.

Jockey Dylan Davis has never finished the table in five starts at the helm of Step Dancer and will retain the mount of post 5 in an area dominated by European raiders Bolshoi Ballet and Yibir.

The veteran conditioner has said he will let Davis organize a reasonable trip.

“It all depends on the pace of the race as you go. You can finish fifth and it might be like bringing him back in another race, ”Tagg said. “Dylan is a good rider. He is smart and fearless. He rode very well for me.

Tagg has enjoyed great success with New York bred horses during his career, winning two-thirds of the 2003 Triple Crown [Kentucky Derby and Preakness] with Funny Cide, and completing the set last year with the popular Tiz the Law score in the Grade 1 Belmont Stakes presented by NYRA Bets.

Step Dancer, who will be looking to add another New York-born moment to Tagg’s impressive ledger, posted an easy five-stadium breeze clocking 1: 01.85 on Sunday on Belmont’s indoor turf during his final test preparation. of Saturday.

“It went well. I don’t think they have to go out and show up every time they break up. He did everything we asked him to do, ”Tagg said.

Regardless of Saturday’s outcome, Tagg said he appreciates Step Dancer’s winning spirit.

“He’s a very honest horse. Tried and true, ”Tagg said. “They are [good horses] hard to find but he is and no matter how he runs on Saturday he is fine with me.

Magic Attitude winning the 2020 Belmont Oaks (Janet Garaguso)

Magic Attitude could target G3 Fasig-Tipton Waya

Coach Arnaud Delacour said Magical attitude, the winner of last year’s Belmont Oaks Invitational Grade 1, is possible for the Grade 3 Fasig-Tipton Waya, $ 300,000, an 11-stage turf test for older fillies and mares on October 3rd.

Owned by Roy and Gretchen Jackson’s Lael Stables, the late Galileo’s 4-year-old daughter last raced when she was sixth in Class 1 Diana over nine turf stadiums on July 17th in Saratoga. In addition to the Belmont Oaks, she also won grade 3 Sheepshead Bay on May 1 on Belmont Indoor Turf.

“Magic Attitude is doing well,” said Delacour. “She wants a firm lawn. This is where it performs best. Good to soft, she’s not that kind of filly. Unfortunately, in Saratoga, the terrain was not quite to his liking. We have tried in the Diana, but we will probably try to find a firmer turf. We look in the Waya or go west to Santa Anita for the [Grade 1] Rodeo route [on October 2]. “

Bred in Great Britain by Katsumi Yoshida, Magic Attitude is bred from Group 1 winning Exceed and Excel mare Margot Did, who also produced Group 2 winner Mission Impassible – a full brother of Magic Attitude.

Delacour added that Princess Koala, who won the 6 1/2-furlong Ainsworth on September 12 at Kentucky Downs, is a possible candidate for the Grade 2, $ 200,000 Miss Grillo, a 1 1/16 mile turf test for juvenile fillies on 2 October at Belmont Park.

Runnymede Farm, Peter Callahan and Chris Zinkhan smashed their young daughter at Monmouth Park going through 5 ½ furlongs on August 21 before stretching an extra eighth of a mile for her final stake.

“We’ll see how she comes out of her last race,” said Delacour.

Japan (GB) (away, purple cap) finished second behind Gufo (on the rail) by a neckline in the Sword Dancer in Saratoga on August 28, 2021. (NYRA / Coglianese)

Japan possible for G1 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic

TJ Comerford, travel assistant to coach Aidan O’Brien, has declared several Group 1 winners Japan is possible to return to North America for the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic Invitational Grade 1, $ 500,000, 12-stage turf test for children ages 3 and up on October 9th.

Owned by Coolmore partners Michael Tabor, Mrs. John Magnier and Derrick Smith, in partnership with Masaaki Matsushima, Japan finished second in the match at the Grade 1 Sword Dancer Invitational on August 28, rallying to finish second, one neck behind Gufo .

With revenues of over $ 2.3 million, Japan, a 5-year-old son of Galileo, won the Paris Group 1 Grand Prix at Longchamp and the Juddmonte International Group 1 in York in his second campaign. Winless in five starts last year, he kicked off his 5-year campaign with vigor, clinching Group 3 Ormonde on May 13 in Chester. He won the Group 3 Green Room Meld on July 15 at Leopardstown ahead of the Sword Dancer.

“He ran well in Saratoga. He was a little unlucky not to be out, but he had a really good race, ”said Comerford. “He stays well. In fact, he seems to be getting better. He seems to be going back to his old self, which is good. He’s a winner of Juddmonte in York and it was his last Group 1. ”

O’Brien won the 2011 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic with Cape Blanco, which also belonged to the Coolmore conglomerate.

Bred in Great Britain by Newsells Park Stud, Japan is descended from mare Danehill Shastye, making him a full brother to Mogul, winner of last year’s Paris Grand Prix Group 1 and Vase Group 1 Hong Kong. He is also the full brother of Secret Gesture, Group 2 winner and Epsom Oaks 2013 finalist.

Belmont Park week 2 probable stakes

Friday September 24

$ 150,000 Joseph A. Gimma

Likely: Adversity (Mark Casse), Classy Edition (Todd Pletcher), November Rein (Kelly Breen), Shesawildjoker (David Donk), Velvet Sister (Steve Asmussen)

Possible: Moam (Horacio DePaz)

$ 125,000 Ashley T. Cole

Likely: City Man (Christophe Clement), Graded On A Curve (Chad Brown), Sanctuary City (James Ferraro), Therapist (Clement)

Possible: Cross-border (Mike Maker)

saturday 25 september

G2 Kelso

Likely: Life is Beautiful (Todd Pletcher), Mo Mosa (Maker)

Sunday September 26

G2 Gallant Bloom

Likely: Bella Sofia (Rudy Rodriguez), Don’t Call Me Mary (Todd Pletcher), Lake Avenue (Bill Mott)

Possible: Estilo Talentoso (Juan Arriagada), Victim of Love (Todd Beattie)

$ 150,000 Bertram F. Bongard

Likely: Ava K’s Boy (Carlos Martin), Senbei (Clement), Shipsational (Edward Baker), Surprise Boss (Juan Vazquez), Whittington Park (Brad Cox)

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Photo: Step Dancer stretching on the turf in the New York Stallion Series Stakes on July 28 in Saratoga. (NYRA / Coglianese)

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Will Detroit Lions rookie DE Levi Onwuzurike make his regular season debut this week? Fri, 17 Sep 2021 11:06:20 +0000

20 men: It’s certainly not an easy clash for Ifetu Melifonwu against Rodgers, Davante Adams and the rest of the Packers’ offense at Green Bay. After a tough performance against New Orleans last week, the Packers will look to right the ship against a defense that ranks last in the NFL in points allowed after Week 1.

Rodgers is a veteran quarterback who will feast on a young cornerback if given the chance, just ask Jeff Okudah last year, who like Melifonwu made his first start at Green Bay versus Rodgers and the Packers.

What will be interesting for me is to see how defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn approaches this game. Will he travel with more experienced Amani Oruwariye, who is now Detroit’s best cornerback, along with Adams? Or will he let his corners play alongside.

Melifonwu was a third-round pick, and his athletic traits are off the charts at 6-foot-3, 210 pounds with a vertical of 41.5-inches and a speed of 4.48. The coaches love the way he has developed since coming here. However, there is really no substitute for experience, and it is something that he does not have much. I guess Glenn will try to put him in the best situations to be successful by giving him help and not leaving him on an island too often if he can help. We’ll see what the kid came over on Sunday.

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The Dull Man Story Theory Thu, 16 Sep 2021 22:50:27 +0000

ECOME ON the most robust of EU veterans find meetings of its finance ministers difficult. “Crush the soul” is the verdict of a regular participant. The EUBean counters are not given their roles for their personalities. When EU leaders meet, there is a sense of history being made; when finance ministers get together, a feeling of life is gone.

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Yet it is the boring men and women of European finance ministries who hold the continent’s fate in their hands. A debate on the reforms of the Stability and Growth Pact, which regulates the bloc’s public finances, will chart the course of the club for decades. It will reveal where the power in the EU is really lying, how it will cope with the climate crisis and even if the EU can maintain any global weight. “The history of the world is but the biography of great men,” wrote Thomas Carlyle, a 19th century historian. The future of EU will be the biography of the boring. Call it the dull man theory.

The crux of the debate is simple. As it is, EU countries should have a public debt of no more than 60% of GDP and a budget deficit not exceeding 3% of it. If there is a violation, a government must come up with a plan to return to fiscal sobriety. When the principles were first defined in the 1990s, it seemed like a laudable goal. In 2021, it’s a weird joke. The average debt to GDP in the euro area is around 100%. In Italy, it is 160%. Even Germany exceeds the limit with 70%. The European tax corset has no strings.

There are several ways to change it. The first is to change the EUand more appropriate targets for economies hit by a financial crisis, eurozone crisis and pandemic in just over a decade. The second would keep 60% and 3% as the final destination, but would change the speed at which countries must meet their goals. The third option is a clever sleight of hand. The European Commission, the arbiter of spending, could be allowed to change its interpretation of the rules. A final option is not to change everything, but to allow illegal spending in certain areas, such as environmental policy.

Just as the great men of history once fought, the EUThe Dull Men are ready for a long bureaucratic trench warfare. Who comes out on top next year will say a lot about the union. An alliance of countries opposes excessive relaxation of the rules. A group of eight of these frugal types, including the Netherlands and Austria, along with a mishmash of Scandinavians, Latvians and Czechs, signed a letter demanding that strict rules be maintained. These countries, spread across the north and east of the continent, pride themselves on sound finances.

Their debts are low, but so are they. Together, the eight have a population identical to that of France. Yet the EU historically strengthened the power of European tiddlers. When it comes to changing the EUof the treaty, only one country can veto it. Even if the vote is set by qualified majority, as would more technical adjustments, a charge from the Lilliputians can still hamper progress.

On the other side of the debate, the bigger Brobdingnagians are slowly starting to assert their will. A stimulus fund of 750 billion euros (890 billion euros), including 390 billion euros in subsidies – indeed, money transfers from the rich EU the poorest countries – was seen as a victory for southern Europe. A gang of countries led by France, Italy and Spain pushed the hardest for this. (Germany allowed it, rather than supported it.) It was, however, the first time in centuries that southern Europe had what it needed, at least fiscally. If they handle the same trick with the spending rules, it will suggest a more permanent change.

Dull Man’s theory has a penchant for compromise. Civil servants and madmen have a solution: rather than changing the rules, bypass them. A “green tax pact” would allow governments to spend freely on environmental measures, says Bruegel, a Brussels think tank. This would give some leeway to Olaf Scholz, possibly the next German Chancellor, who has ruled out rewriting the rules.

Such agreements are how the EU functions, via compromises where everyone can claim victory. Hawks can say the rules haven’t changed; the doves can go and spend the money anyway. This would not mark a wild change of jurisdiction for the commission either. She has already played the role of fiscal Greta Thunberg, agreeing or rejecting the government’s spending plans in the € 750 billion stimulus fund, in part on the basis that they are sufficiently green.

Gray men go green

A greenery waiver would have wider support than previous attempts to bend the rules. France has often argued, in vain, that since its military adventures were for the benefit of all of Europe, such expenses should be exempt. Not all EU countries are sending soldiers to the Sahel, but all face big bills if they are to reduce emissions to 55% of 1990 levels, as promised. A deal on green spending can certainly be done without anyone getting too excited.

But a more delicate debate will emerge as climate science and economics collide. If the costs of green transformation are limited, then any fiscal room for maneuver should be low. If they are important, then a more fundamental change in EU fiscal policy is needed. Bruegel article suggested annual government spending of 0.5% to 1% more GDP would be necessary; others suggest it will take a lot more. Part of the future of the planet rests on a struggle of a few percentage points over a spreadsheet.

It is this deaf battle that will determine the EUrole of in the world. EU leaders may fret about the club’s global influence, focusing on sexier topics such as the Indo-Pacific and the bloc’s future military capability. But the debate on spending will be more substantial. Regardless of the power of EU exerts, ultimately, because of its economic weight. Italy, its third-largest economy, struggled to grow for two decades, in part because of a fiscal straitjacket. Fixing the EUinternal economic problems, whether through green spending or the diplomatic struggle, will do more for the EUof world power than of its geopolitical schemes. In the EU, dullness is fate – and it is the Dull Men who shape it.

This article appeared in the Europe section of the print edition under the title “The Dull Man theory of history”

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Winston praises Payton as Saints’ assistants deal with COVID Thu, 16 Sep 2021 05:02:09 +0000

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) – Jameis Winston sees a silver liner in a COVID-19 outbreak that has sidelined six offensive assistants for the New Orleans Saints.

This is coach Sean Payton.

“We got to experience one of the best attacking spirit head coaches of all time in the game, like a reunion of the staff who run the team,” the veteran quarterback said on Wednesday. after another training for the displaced Saints on the TCU campus in Fort Worth. , Texas. “I’ve never been in this room watching tapes with Sean, going through situations with Sean and expressing how he would like something to be done.

“I care about the health of our coaches and I want them to recover. But if they just want to let him run the meetings, I would really like that.

Payton said a group of his offensive coaches, along with the team’s nutritionist and a player, have tested positive for COVID-19. New Orleans was entering its third week of training in the Dallas area due to damage to southeastern Louisiana from Hurricane Ida.

The 16-year-old coach did not identify by name any of those who had tested positive. But Payton later indicated those missing from the in-person preparations included an offensive line coach, a receivers coach, a running backs coach and two tight end coaches. Payton said everyone is vaccinated.

Two people familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on Tuesday that six offensive assistants had tested positive. This person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the team and the NFL had not made a public statement about it at the time.

Later Tuesday, Michael Thomas – who was already ineligible to play the first six games while on the club’s physically unable to play roster – was placed on Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 reserve roster. Orleans.

The outbreak has put the Saints on enhanced NFL mitigation protocols, which means mandatory masking inside facilities, daily testing and take-out meals.

Payton said the players did not split into the smaller position groups than they would under normal conditions. The coach said the receivers, running backs and quarterbacks have met. Winston, who has praised Payton on several occasions, appreciated it.

“You have so many voices from different coaches and different agendas that a coach might want to be done throughout the day,” said Winston, who threw five non-intercepting touchdown passes on his New York debut. -Orléans, a 38-3 victory over Green Bay. Last weekend. The Saints (1-0) visit Carolina (1-0) on Sunday.

“When you have the main guy, the guy who really runs the show, our main leader runs the show and tells you what he wants, how he wants it, why he wants it, that’s what you live for. football, ”said Winston.

The names of most other people who test positive should not be disclosed in the short term due to federal medical confidentiality laws.

It is not known how long people who test positive will remain isolated from the team before they can return to the field or in face-to-face meetings.

“The protocol is obviously improved with the team and the staff, and that’s part of it, then those who have tested positive, like everyone else, are testing daily now,” Payton said. “They’re going to need two negative tests basically before they can go back into the building and work. And so we don’t know the time or the schedule for it. “

The positive tests came after the victory over the Packers in Jacksonville, Fla., Where the game was moved from the Superdome due to Hurricane Ida.

The Saints spent the first week after preseason training at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, before moving to the TCU last week to begin preparations for the opener. There is no clear indication of when the Saints will return to their settlement in suburban New Orleans. Now there is a COVID-19 problem.

“I think that was in line with how we’ve adjusted here in Dallas,” Winston said. “One thing I admire about our head coach is that he doesn’t blink. He really embraces these situations. He tells us how we should embrace him. We team up with him and we ride with him.

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Oregon vs Ohio State is also a big win for Pac 12 football Sun, 12 Sep 2021 01:15:32 +0000

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Mario Cristobal has eliminated his players.