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Trojans practice in rain at frenetic pace

first_imgUSC continued its breakneck pace at practice Tuesday as it prepares to face top-ranked Oregon on Oct. 30.Unstoppable · Senior wide receiver David Ausberry said that even though USC, which averages almost 38 points per game, has upped the pace at practice this week, the team should play that way every week. – Tim Tran | Daily Trojan The Ducks score more points faster than anyone in the nation, meaning the Trojan offense must continue its stellar play if USC is to keep up.USC averages almost 38 points per game, not as eye-popping as Oregon’s 54.3 but still impressive.If USC can hold Oregon to around 35 points, it could be good enough to give the Trojans a shot. But senior wide receiver David Ausberry said he’s not approaching the game that way.“It’s important every week to play like that,” Ausberry said. “We’ve got playmakers and we got great coaches so they’ll put the ball in the guys’ hands that need to make plays.”Only against Virginia, when the Trojans put up just 17 points in an ugly win, has the USC offense looked out of sync. That is a major contrast to last year when the unit was often inconsistent, especially against Arizona State and Arizona.The key, according to Ausberry, has been staying away from injuries, or at least recovering from them faster.“Guys are a lot healthier this year,” he said. “We still have certain injuries, but I feel like guys are coming off injuries a lot quicker.”uFreshman tailback Dillon Baxter is one of those players that has been sidelined. Baxter sprained toes on his left foot against Stanford and did not play against Cal.Baxter missed practice again Wednesday, but he said his condition is improving. It is only the big toe that is hindering him now.“I’m going to try to practice [Thursday],” Baxter said, adding that he would definitely practice next week and is on pace to play against the Ducks.Cal was the first game the tailback has missed and his first real injury of any sort, he said.“It sucks. No one wants to be hurt but you can’t do anything but rehab,” Baxter said.—The Trojans will likely enter next Saturday’s game unranked, while the Ducks, if they take care of business against UCLA Thursday night, will probably remain the No. 1 team in the AP poll.That is unfamiliar ground for a USC team accustomed to being top dog and fending off attacks from other teams trying to knock them off.But Ausberry, who was part of  top-ranked Trojan teams earlier in his career, said none of that matters.“We know to play ball regardless,” Ausberry said. “Things I learned from those older guys, being a freshman, [is] you gotta play regardless. Doesn’t matter if it’s No. 1 or No. 100.”last_img read more

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Fortuna completes Playtech IMS upgrade for Polish profile

first_img Submit Share Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020 Share Polish wagering report highlights STS market dominance  August 17, 2020 Related Articles SAZKA faces scrutiny following appointment of Flint Global as National Lottery advisor August 20, 2020 StumbleUpon Leading CIS markets bookmaker Fortuna Entertainment has completed the full migration of its Polish sportsbook property onto the Playtech ‘IMS platform’.Optimising its group omni-channel capacities, Fortuna has sanctioned Playtech to deploy new systems integrations across its active market portfolio, which sees Poland join Fortuna’s home markets Slovakia and the Czech Republic in upgrading to IMS. Completing its Polish deployment, Playtech development teams will now move to upgrade Fortuna systems for the markets of Croatia and Romania, which are scheduled to go live later this year.Per Widerstrom, CEO at Fortuna Entertainment Group, said: “Our strategic partnership with Playtech continues to be integral to our growth plans, as well as our successes so far. This migration will offer Polish customers a leading user experience, and more broadly it confirms our omni-channel leadership in Central and Eastern Europe.”Fortuna has previously underlined the importance of completing its 2020 systems upgrades, which will see its entire CIS sportsbook profile management under a single platform, thereby improving resources and reducing costs. Further benefits will see Fortuna secure a ‘360-degree view’ on its players, unrestrained by individual market dynamics, which will provide better customer service, engagement and interaction with Playtech’s responsible gambling tools. Shimon Akad, Playtech Chief Operating Officer, added: “This is just the latest step in what continues to be an impressive growth trajectory for Fortuna, and we know there is a lot more to come. “As well as highlighting the power of Playtech ONE as a solution for licences, this is also a prime example of how Playtech can be the technology provider of choice for companies as they expand and build their offerings in new markets.”last_img read more

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The Jovic Super Cup

first_imgBenzema and Bale’s injuries They leave the way expedited to Luka Jovic. The Spanish Super Cup becomes the great opportunity and at the same time the final trial for the Bosnian Serb striker. For appointments like these and borderline situations such as the current one, it is why Real Madrid paid 60 million euros Eintracht Frankfurt last summer to take over the services of the scorer revelation of the Old Continent (27 goals). Jovic, who turned two weeks ago 22 years, will remain in Jeddah as a great offensive beacon of Real Madrid, since his only competition at the tip of the attack is represented by Rodrygo, which can act (as it did sometimes in the Saints) as false nine, James and Mariano, which, thanks to the injuries of Bale and Benzema, entered the list for Saudi Arabia, but has long crossed out Zidane’s mind: he has been left out of the call in 24 of 25 games. The responsibility in the new Spanish Super Cup, without Benzema, will be for Jovic. Without Benzema, top white gunner (16 goals between the League and the Champions League), Jovic is the main alternative of Zidane as center forward, although the Balkan is about to find finesse. He has only scored a goal in 432 minutes (over 15 games) and has slowed everything imaginable. From his own lack of connection with his costumes (he is having a hard time getting Spanish), going through the poles (with which he has met twice, against Valladolid and Athletic) and to the VAR, which has annulled him two goals for millimeter gambling against Osasuna and Leganés. And to top it off, the Serbian team has not been a consolation for the tip. The conflict with his coach seems irreparable in the short term even though he met on vacation with the sports director of his Federation. “Jovic’s problem is Jovic”said the coach, Tombakovic, this week.last_img read more

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