Who plays in the Rose Bowl 2020? Teams, date, schedule for New Year’s 6 bowl game

first_imgOregon vs. Wisconsin three things to watchJonathan TaylorThe Wisconsin running back ranks second in the FBS with 1,909 rushing yards. He has a chance to complete back-to-back 2,000-yard seasons in a bowl where program legend Ron Dayne was a two-time MVP. It’s a fitting finish for Taylor’s career should he decide to turn pro after the game.Justin HerbertHerbert has one last chance to impress NFL scouts at the college level. The Oregon quarterback had success against the Utes in the Pac-12 championship game, but Wisconsin has a tough pass defense (191.2 yards per game). Herbert (3,333 yards, 32 touchdowns, five interceptions) will let it loose here, too.Conference pride”The Granddaddy of Them All” is always better when it features members of these two conferences, which have become scattered in the College Football Playoff era. The Pac-12 has a 4-3 advantage this decade. The Badgers have a chance to even the score in what should be a fun matchup given the contrast in styles.New Year’s Six bowl schedule 2020DateBowlMatchupTime (TV channel)Dec. 28Cotton BowlPenn State vs. MemphisNoon ET (ESPN)Dec. 28Peach BowlLSU vs. Oklahoma (CFP semis)4 p.m. ET (ABC)Dec. 28Fiesta BowlOhio State vs. Clemson (CFP semis)8 p.m. ET (ABC)Dec. 30Orange BowlFlorida vs. Virginia8 p.m. ET (ESPN)Jan. 1Rose BowlWisconsin vs. Oregon5 p.m. ET (ESPN)Jan. 1Sugar BowlGeorgia vs. Baylor8:45 p.m. ET (ESPN) Get the Latest NCAA odds & betting advice at Sports InsiderSporting News offers an early preview for the Rose Bowl Game between the Ducks and Badgers:When is the Rose Bowl 2020?Date: Jan. 1Time: 5 p.m. (ET)TV broadcast: ESPNLocation: Rose Bowl Stadium, Pasadena, Calif.The 2020 Rose Bowl is at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif., and will be televised at 5 p.m (ET) on ESPN.Who plays in the Rose Bowl 2020?Oregon and Wisconsin will match up in the Rose Bowl Game.The Ducks are making their eighth Rose Bowl appearance. Oregon has made the Rose Bowl four times this decade. Wisconsin is making its 10th Rose Bowl appearance. The Badgers also are making their fourth Rose Bowl appearance this decade. They have lost the previous three matchups.The last Rose Bowl matchup between these teams was a 45-38 thriller on Jan. 2, 2012. The Ducks won that shootout that featured LaMichael James, DeAnthony Thomas, Russell Wilson and Montee Ball.MORE: College football bowl scheduleRose Bowl 2020 oddsSporting News will have Rose Bowl odds where they become available. No. 7 Oregon (11-2) and No. 11 Wisconsin (10-3) were selected to play in the 2020 Rose Bowl.The Ducks won the Pac-12 championship with a 37-15 victory against Utah. The Badgers, the Big Ten West champions, were given the nod after a 34-21 loss to Ohio State in the Big Ten championship game.last_img read more

House GOP leader criticizes King for comments about Katrina victims

first_imgCHARTER OAK — The Democratic governor of Louisiana and a Republican congressional leader are criticizing Iowa Congressman Steve King for King’s remarks about hurricane victims in their state. King was in Charter Oak for a town hall meeting Thursday and compared victims of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 to Iowans dealing with floodwaters now.“We’re Iowans and I’m always proud of our reaction to this,” King said. “I’ve worked with the FEMA people for a long time…Here’s what FEMA tells me. We go to a place like New Orleans and everybody’s looking around saying: ‘Who’s going to help me? Who’s going to help me?’…They’re just always gratified when they come and see how Iowans take care of each other, so that’s a point of pride that spreads across the country.”Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise, the second-ranking Republican in the House, represents the New Orleans suburbs. Scalise called King’s remarks “absurd and offensive and…a complete contradiction” to how the people of New Orleans responded to the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, a Democrat, tweeted that King’s comments were “disgusting and disappointing.”King tweeted yesterday that he’s “working to restore free speech to the halls of congress.”During his remarks in Charter Oak yesterday, King said in 2005 he made four visits to New Orleans to tour the devastation.“First member of congress to go in down there. We broke some rules go there, I’ll just confess to that” King said. “Flew into the airport and just keyed the mic and asked permission to land and they gave it to us and so we went in. I saw that from the air and from the ground and did what we could to help those folks down there.”King toured flood damage in Missouri Valley and Hornick yesterday, promising to work closely with local leaders to help Iowans recover from this disaster. “As the Dean of Iowa’s House delegation, and its only Republican, I will not hesitate to use my influence with President Trump to help Iowans gain access to federal flood relief programs,” King said.last_img read more

Donegal schools shortlisted for Bord Gais Energy Student Theatre Awards

first_imgTwo Donegal schools have been shortlisted in this year’s Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards which take place on Wednesday, May 17th.The two Donegal schools have caught the attention of the judging panel and will now attend an exciting Awards ceremony in the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in May.5th class student Gracie Trimble from Meenagowan National School has been shortlisted in the Best Short Scene Script category for her script titled ‘A Beautiful Couple’. The judges noted that the writer “shows wisdom beyond their years”. Crana College in Buncrana has been shortlisted in the Best Choreography category for its production of ‘Grace O’Malley Dance Drama’ by 4th year students. Judges praised the choreography for its “innovative use of Irish and modern dance”.On Wednesday 17 May 2017, shortlisted primary and secondary school students from across the county will gather at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre for a special Awards ceremony where the winners will be announced.RTÉ presenter Eoghan McDermott will host the event with selected schools getting the opportunity to perform on Ireland’s largest theatre stage on the day, making it a magical experience they won’t forget!This is the fourth year of the hugely successful Awards which were set up by Bord Gáis Energy to recognise and reward participation in the dramatic arts in schools around Ireland. Over 1,000 schools have taken part in the Awards since their launch in 2013 and last year saw over 2,000 students from counties across Ireland attend the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre for the celebratory Awards ceremony. Open to primary school pupils from 3rd – 6th class and all secondary school students, the Awards features 12 categories ranging from performance and production categories such as Best Overall School Musical, Best Costumes, and Best Performance in a Leading Role to written categories such as Best Dramatic Review and Best Short Scene Script. A new category, Best Original Production, has also been added to the 2017 Awards in appreciation of the exceptional quality of original productions entered in 2016.This year’s judging panel comprised of actress Amy Huberman; Dancing with the Stars Aoibhín Garrihy; best-selling novelist Sinéad Moriarty; writer and storyteller Dave Rudden; theatre designer Monica Frawley; manager of the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre Stephen Faloon; and Bord Gáis Energy Sponsorship Programme Manager Tanya Townsend.Commenting on the shortlist Irene Gowing from Bord Gáis Energy said: “Year on year the standard of entries blows us away, and this year has been no different! Entries across all categories have been so impressive meaning this year’s judges have had a very difficult task trying to narrow down our shortlist. On behalf of the judging panel, I would like to thank all of the Donegal schools who entered and congratulate the two schools shortlisted! We look forward to seeing them at the Awards ceremony on the 17 May 2017.”The full 2017 shortlist is available to view at www.BGESTA.ieDonegal schools shortlisted for Bord Gais Energy Student Theatre Awards was last modified: March 16th, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Bord Gaisdonegalschoolslast_img read more