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first_imgA bipartisan group of 133 House members asked heads of NCUA, CFPB and other agencies to give examples of what they have done to tailor their rules to the business model and risk of institutions they regulate in a NAFCU-supported letter sent Monday.The letter was spearheaded by Reps. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., and David Scott, D-Ga., both members of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit. continue reading » 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img


first_imgNigeria’s Super Eagles forward, Joe Aribo, was in great form on a day Glasgow Rangers claimed a 4-0 win over Motherwell. Aribo scored one of the goals that confirmed Rangers’ supremacy in the all-important warm-up duel. The Gers had come into this match with a 100% record in their friendly games, keeping clean sheets in all. They first saw off French giants Lyon before edging past Patrick Vieira’s Nice by the same scoreline. Wednesday’s match at the Ibrox saw Rangers take a 3-0 lead thanks to Ryan Kent, Ianis Hagi – who scored a brace in the victory over Nice, and then Aribo on the stroke of half-time. Ricki Lamie then went on to put the ball into his own net in the 68th minute to complete the scoring. Rangers are participating in friendly games in a bid to get players fit after the 2019-20 Scottish Premiership was cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Celtic were declared champions for the ninth consecutive season, finishing 13 points clear of Rangers. Both sides faced off in the Scottish League Cup final and it was the men in green and white that came out victorious 1-0. A new Premiership season commences on August 1 with Rangers tackling Aberdeen at Pittodrie. Aribo joined Rangers from Charlton Athletic in last summer and was an instant hit for Steven Gerrard’s team, making a total of 48 appearances in all competitions, scoring nine goals and providing eight goals. Three of them came in Premiership wins against Livingston, Hibernian and a 2-2 draw at St. Johnstone. Aribo also scored three times during Europa League qualifying in victories against St. Joseph’s, FC Progres Niederkorn and FC Midtjylland. Rangers made it into the group phase and finished second in Group G, one point behind FC Porto and ahead of Young Boys and Feyenoord. They beat Braga 4-2 on aggregate in the Round of 32, but have a molehill to climb in the Round of 16 with a 3-1 first leg home defeat by Bayer Leverkusen. read also:2020/21 Season: Aribo to know opening games opponents Monday Aribo switched international allegiance from England to Nigeria and made his Super Eagles bow in a friendly with Ukraine in September 2019, scoring on the occasion, before netting his second in the next encounter this time a 1-1 draw with five-time world champions Brazil. The 24-year-old’s energetic displays in the middle of the park have made him become a fast fan favourite in the country after just four caps and is largely seen as an upgrade to former captain John obi Mikel. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Joe Aribo scored this beauty in a pre-season friendly for Rangers earlier this night. pic.twitter.com/1McN6ZRw5j— Soar Super Eagles (@SSE_NGA) July 22, 2020 Promoted Content6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsA Museum To Rihanna’s Glory Could Soon Be Opened5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksLaugh, Cry, Or Just Relax With The Best Series Streaming On HBO6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 TV Shows That Got Better After A Major Character Had LeftBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Bodylast_img read more


first_img Published on March 31, 2016 at 6:54 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @ChrisLibonati Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (23-13, 9-9 Atlantic Coast) arrived in Houston for the Final Four on Wednesday and head coach Jim Boeheim addressed the media on Thursday. The Orange will face No. 1 seed North Carolina (32-6, 14-4) on Saturday at 8:49 p.m. at NRG Stadium in Houston. Syracuse is 4-0 against the last four No. 1 seeds it has faced in the NCAA Tournament.Here are three things Boeheim talked about:Michael Gbinije is one of the most improved players he’s ever coachedAll season, Michael Gbinije has lead Syracuse, especially on the stat sheet. He’s yet to score under double digits this season — 36 games going strong. It hasn’t always been that way. When he got to Syracuse, Boeheim said he had to be tough on Gbinije.“He’s developed his body,” Boeheim said. “He’s worked really hard in the off-season. He’s become a very good shooter and ball handler. He’s really become a point guard in a lot of ways.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“It’s been a tremendous evolution. I think he’s improved as much or more than any player that I’ve ever coached.”On Saturday, the Orange will need him against a team it has lost to twice. In the two games, Gbinije played against the Tar Heels this season, he shot just 9-of-29 (31 percent) and scored a combined 27 points.Losing wins hurts Boeheim the most of all the NCAA sanctionsBoeheim was once again asked about the NCAA sanctions and said that the most frustrating punishment of all was the vacated wins.“Losing the games is the most irritating thing to me because there’s many situations and past cases where similar things, exact same things happen,” Boeheim said, “and games were not taken away.“We presented all that stuff. But, you know, nobody listened. But that was the thing that probably bothered me as much as anything.”Earlier this season, Boeheim sat out nine games and Mike Hopkins served as Syracuse’s interim head coach. SU went just 4-5 and suffered its worst loss of the season against St. John’s. The program was given back one scholarship per year in its appeal of the NCAA’s penalty. The governing body had initially taken away four per year for three years.“I thought the words of one of the ex-members of the committee said the other day were good,” Boeheim said. “I thought they’re not trying to punish, cripple you, they’re giving you a punishment. If it hurts you, it hurts you. That’s life.“I was surprised to read this a little bit. They’re not trying to intentionally do that. I’m not entirely sure that’s true, but that’s what he said.”Later in the press conference, Boeheim lamented that he wasn’t a cheater despite the tags applied to the program because of the NCAA penalties.“But when they say ‘cheating,’ that’s not true. Rules being broken is a lot different. Cheating to me is intentionally doing something, like you wanted to get this recruit, you arranged a job for him, or you went to see him when you shouldn’t. You called him when you shouldn’t to gain an edge in recruiting, to get a really good player. That’s cheating.“I think if something happens that you’re not aware of, it doesn’t really affect the recruit, I don’t look at it the same way. It’s a violation. I think when rules are violated, there should be a punishment.”Roy Williams and the 2003 national championship gameWilliams and Boeheim are two of the preeminent college coaches of the last decade. Both have been dealt with NCAA investigations, even though the organization hasn’t handed down North Carolina’s punishments yet.Back in 2003, before Boeheim faced those penalties and before Roy Williams gave “a sh*t” about North Carolina, the two met in the national championship game. A Hakim Warrick block prevented Williams from getting his first national championship while giving Boeheim his.“I said, ‘You’ll win one.’ Didn’t tell him he’d win two. I hope I didn’t make him think he could win three. Same thing Bob Knight said to me,” Boeheim said. “He said, ‘You’ll win one of these one of these days,’ in ’87. He didn’t tell me it was going to be 16 years, but he did say that to me.“You know, when you win the national championship, as far as me, everybody is different, everyone has their own thoughts, but I think if you can win a national championship in coaching, I don’t care if you coach 50 years, it’s good. Everything’s good.”“It’s kind of like if one of you guys could win the Pulitzer prize, you’d be happy, wouldn’t you? Would you have to win two? I probably shouldn’t bring that up in this room.” Commentslast_img read more

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