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UConn's miserable 2021 football season is only getting stranger

The UConn football program is an absolute mess on and off the field in 2021. Head coach Randy Edsall after their Week 2 loss to Holy Cross, said he would resign at the end of the season only to step down the next day. Monday, it was reported the whole coaching staff was told they will not be returning next season and will be receiving a 6-month severance package.
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Picture for UConn's miserable 2021 football season is only getting stranger
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polkio.com

Prep roundups for Sept. 22

Falls City Football has a last-minute replacement on its schedule Friday night at home. The Mountaineers were scheduled to play Hosanna-Triad on Friday, but the team had to cancel and was replace by Crosspoint Christian out of Klamath Falls. Falls City lost to the Warriors 34-14 for the team’s second...
DALLAS, OR
mwcconnection.com

Mountaintop View 9-23-21

Mountain West rankings: A new No. 1 after major shakeup for conference’s top teams. There is a new #1 in Chris Murray’s power rankings, as the two participants from last year’s MWC championship game begin to slip. Utah State has been the surprise of the conference this season. Fresno State...
FRESNO, CA
chatsports.com

Peak Perspective: Should the Mountain West consider adding PAC-12 teams?

Conference expansion talk is all the rage, and here at MWCConnection, we’ve been bringing lots of quality posts discussion expansion as it relates to the Mountain West Conference. If you need a refresher, check out the articles we did last week:. You want discussions about conference realignment? We have you...
COLLEGE SPORTS
Corvallis Gazette-Times

Prep roundup: West Albany High edges Thurston in girls soccer matchup

The West Albany High girls soccer team took a 2-1 win at Thurston on Tuesday. Nikki Beers opened the scoring for the Bulldogs by converting on a free kick in the 24th minute. Teammate Padget Washko drew the foul on the Colts which led to the kick. West Albany extended...
ALBANY, OR
Galesburg Register-Mail

Knox College's football team has week off before its next game in 2021 season

GALESBURG — After an 0-2 start to the 2021 season, Knox College's football team is on a bye week. Every squad in the Midwest Conference gets a breather this weekend, if you will, before returning to action Saturday, Oct. 2. The Prairie Fire will do so on the road at 2 p.m. versus the University of Chicago (3-0, 2-0 in MWC).
GALESBURG, IL
polkio.com

Panthers on the prowl for a victory at on the grid iron at Corvallis

INDEPENDENCE — The Central Panthers will go on the road this week, looking to even their football season and league records. Central is 1-2 overall and 0-1 in the Mid-Willamette Conference through three of the nine regular-season weeks. Last week, the Panthers had some leads and gave themselves a chance...
CORVALLIS, OR
Stv.tv

Mental health services in Scotland affected by ‘racial inequalities’

Mental health services in Scotland are affected by “racial inequalities”, a review has indicated. The application of mental health legislation differs across ethnic groups, while perceived risks either to oneself or to others also varied across ethnicities, according to the report by the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland (MWC), which examined data for the past 10 years.
MENTAL HEALTH
Arbiter Online

Boise State football remains hopeful for future entry into the Big 12

On Sept. 10, the Big 12, an NCAA college athletic conference, announced the admission of new teams into their conference, and Boise State was not on the list. Despite not making it into the Big 12 through the first wave of expansion, Boise State is still hoping to be entered into the division, leaving the Mountain West Conference (MWC), sometime in the future.
BOISE, ID
Fast Company

Elon Musk says his Starlink satellite internet is coming out of beta

SpaceX’s Starlink satellite broadband service will exit its beta test sometime in October, though it’s still unclear how this will differ from the current product. SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk tweeted this prediction early Friday, answering “Next month” in a reply to a question from a Canadian gamer who a day earlier had tweeted that he was still waiting for his Starlink terminal to arrive.
AEROSPACE & DEFENSE
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