2022 Game Preview: Buccaneers-Panthers, Week 7
That started well in the Panthers’ 3-0 start but Darnold ran into some injuries and saw his production decline steeply as the season progressed. Walker seems confident that he will be available on Sunday against the Buccaneers, but Mayfield remains a significant question mark. – The Tom Brady-led Buccaneers paced the league in scoring over his first two seasons in Tampa with 30.4 points per game. The Buccaneers’ search for the right mix on offense will continue in Week Seven in Charlotte. The Falcons, also 3-3 but probably exceeding expectations in the minds of most NFL analysts, has a tough draw in Week Seven with a game in Cincinnati.communitynewspapers.com
2022 Bucs NFL Power Rankings Week 7
After the Buccaneers week 6 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, where do various media outlets rank Tampa Bay for the upcoming week? See the full list of power rankings from major networks. Where does YOUR power rank? If it’s out, we’ll let you know when, why and for how long, 24/7. Rank: 15NFL Top 5: Bills, Eagles, Chiefs, Cowboys, VikingsNFC South: Falcons (17), Saints (21), Panthers (32)Week 7 Opponent Ranking: Panthers (32)Rank: 10NFL Top 5: Bills, Eagles, Chiefs, Vikings, GiantsNFC South: Falcons (19),Saints (21), Panthers (32)Week 7 Opponent Ranking: Panthers (32) For more News about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visit: www.buccaneers.com For more sports coverage from NBA,NFL, to NCAA contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Miami volleyball falls, 3-0, to Pittsburgh
The University of Miami volleyball team fell to conference rival Pittsburgh, 3-0, on Friday night at Fitzgerald Field House. However, with Miami leading 18-17 later in the set, Pittsburgh went on a 5-0 run to take a 22-18 lead. UM would respond by scoring three straight points, but Pittsburgh would take the next three to eventually win set one, 25-22. The Panthers responded once again, though, by scoring the next three points to win the set, 25-22, and the match, 3-0. “I am proud of the way we competed and battled tonight,” Miami head coach Jose “Keno” Gandara said in a Miami Athletics release.themiamihurricane.com
Meet global changemakers: FIU’s 2022 Millennium Fellows
This semester, 24 Panthers will demonstrate their commitment to enacting social change on a global scale as Millennium Fellows. These students have been selected by the Millennium Campus Network (MCN) and United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) to receive this prestigious Fellowship. “The Millennium Fellowship Program provides a global stage for students to collaborate with other changemakers around the world,” says Hilary Landorf, executive director of the Office of Global Learning Initiatives (OGLI), of the tremendous value of FIU’s inclusion in the MCN. The OGLI provides support for the fellows, including the campus director, from the application stage through the completion of their projects. This year’s cohort includes a group of almost a dozen FIU students working on sustainability issues.communitynewspapers.com
Chirping the Cats: Episode 58 – Training Camp questions and exclusive chats with Panthers prospects
On Episode 58 of the Chirping the Cats podcast, host David Dwork poses some interesting questions surround the Panthers as the reigning Presidents’ Trophy winners get set to kick off 2022 Training Camp in Coral Springs.
Chirping the Cats: Episode 57 – Matthew Tkachuk and Bill Zito discuss blockbuster trade
Just when you thought the Panthers were done making moves, they go and pull off one of the biggest trades the league has seen in years. Florida acquired Matthew Tkachuk from Calgary in exchange for Jonathan Huberdeau, MacKenzie Weegar, Cole Schwindt and a first-round pick.
Chirping the Cats: Episode 55 – Reflecting on Panthers season with Erin Brown of The Hockey News
After taking a few days to process the Florida Panthers season ending in a stunning Second Round sweep at the hands of back-to-back Stanley Cup Champ Tampa Bay, Episode 55 of the Chirping the Cats podcast looks back at what was the best and most exhilarating Panthers season in decades.
Vasilevskiy, Lightning beat Panthers 2-0 in Game 4 for sweep
Andrei Vasilevskiy had 49 saves and the Tampa Bay Lightning completed a four-game sweep of the Florida Panthers with a 2-0 victory that sends the two-time defending Stanley Cup champions back to the Eastern Conference final for the sixth time in eight years.
Chirping the Cats: Episode 54 – Roy Bellamy helps preview the Panthers-Lightning playoff rematch
On Episode 54 of the Chirping the Cats podcast host David Dwork is joined by Roy Bellamy of the Dan LeBatard Show Because Miami with and Montgomery and Co. to discuss the upcoming grudge match second round playoff series between the Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning.
Eichel after loss to Sabres: 'They must just be booing me because they wish I was still here.'
The Buffalo Sabres defeated their former captain Jack Eichel and the Vegas Golden Knights 3-1 on Thursday night. It was Eichel's first return to KeyBank Center since being traded in the offseason.news.yahoo.com
Hurricanes score big in seventh, bounce back at FIU
After consecutive losses to rival Florida over the weekend, the Miami Hurricanes bounced back on Tuesday night, riding a nine-run seventh inning to a 12-5 victory at FIU Baseball Stadium. The bullpen held strong, going the final five innings with Alejandro Torres recording the win in his return to FIU since transferring to Miami. FIU starter Carlos Lequerica was dominant in his four innings of work, allowing just three Hurricanes to reach base while recording a season-high six strikeouts. Again, the Hurricanes tied the game in the sixth but gave the lead back to FIU again in the bottom of the sixth. The Hurricanes claimed the lead on a three-run home run by catcher Maxwell Romero Jr. and never looked back.themiamihurricane.com
Miami prepared for ‘very physical game’ against Pittsburgh
Miami men’s basketball will conclude its regular-season slate with three of its four games away from the Watsco Center, starting with a trip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to take on Pittsburgh. “I think we’ve gotten better as the season’s gone on,” Pittsburgh head coach Jeff Capel said. “Pittsburgh is a hugely physical team,” Miami head coach Jim Larrañaga said. This is going to be a very physical game.”Leading the Panthers’ imposing offensive attack is sophomore forward John Hugley, who is averaging 14.5 points and 8.2 rebounds per game this season, leading Pittsburgh in both categories. “[Miami is] an older team, they’re an experienced team,” Capel said.themiamihurricane.com
Miami holds serve, wins both matches in doubleheader.
Miami men’s tennis took to the court on Friday to face Georgia State (3-3) in the first of two matches. Martin claimed the second point, winning 6-3, 6-2, and Benjamin Hannestad put Miami one point away with a 6-4, 6-3 victory. The second match against Mercer began at 3 p.m., and it was a dominant performance for the Canes. Katz finished his match 6-3, 6-3, giving the Hurricanes a 6-0 edge against the Bears. After losing the first set in a heartbreaking tiebreak, 6-7 (3-7), Christensen rebounded to win the second set in yet another tiebreak, 7-6 (7-2).themiamihurricane.com
Are panthers losing out on land as solar power grows popular? FAU study raises concerns
Panthers and other species need large swaths of land to thrive, but solar energy facilities’ fences could be preventing wildlife from traveling as freely as they once could, according to the study recently released by Florida Atlantic University.sun-sentinel.com
Funeral for slain Hollywood officer to be held at Sunrise’s FLA Live Arena
The funeral for Yandy Chirino, the Hollywood Police officer who was killed Oct. 18 after being shot when he tried to wrestle a gun from an 18-year-old suspect, will be at the FLA Live Arena (formerly known as the BB&T Center).sun-sentinel.com
Florida Panthers season preview: A reinforced squad hungry for results and success
This year’s offseason moves have put the Panthers in prime position to take the next step in working towards championship hopes. “I think that the players are proud to be Panthers,” Zito said of the team’s new culture going into the new year. Despite the strides the Panthers made in the regular season, Zito is adamant about performing in the sport’s biggest stage. The Panthers officially signed Knight to the roster with a three-year entry-level contract towards the end of last season. However, the burning question that dominated the offseason was the extension status for the Panthers’ superstar forward and captain, Aleksander Barkov.themiamihurricane.com
True grit, real talent: FIU Class of 2025 starts at full speed, hungry to succeed
Florida International University’s Class of 2025 is a class of fighters. And when traditional rights-of-passages like prom and graduation were limited or canceled, they wiped off their tears and moved on. Freshmen entering FIU during the early fall and fall semesters boast an average GPA of 4.17. “We need to make things a little more special for them.”Class of 2025, welcome to FIU! To get a sneak peek about the class, meet three of our newest Panthers.communitynewspapers.com
Canes can’t overcome slow start, last-minute pitching change as they fall at Pitt
24 Pittsburgh pulled away after a grand slam Friday, beating the Canes 12-6 in Game 1 of the three-game series. Miami (17-9, 10-8 ACC) allowed Pitt to bat .462 overall, .533 with two outs, and .529 with runners in scoring position. All but one Panther starter had at least one base hit, nullifying an outing where the Canes also hit a respectable .286. Anthony Arguelles got Miami out of the sixth but not before allowing another two runs, as Pitt made it 8-5. Against the home team’s bullpen across 3 and 1/3 frames however, the Canes were able to plate just a single run.themiamihurricane.com
PointsBet hopes to fuel U.S. expansion with $43 million acquisition of betting platform company
The sports betting company acquired Banach in a $43 million transaction on Monday. Banach is a business-to-business software company that creates sports betting platforms and algorithms, including in-play wagers. PointsBet also agreed to an equity deal with CNBC parent company NBCUniversal valued at $500 million. "When you think about in-play betting and the future of a sports broadcast, it's all about that in-game engagement. In-play betting and in-play bet stats integrated into the broadcast can not only make people watch more games but also extend the duration of their viewing."cnbc.com
Pandemic pomp and circumstance: FIU gives graduating seniors socially distanced campus send-off
“I thought it was very innovative that [FIU] came up with some sort of way for us to participate and feel some sort of normalcy. “It was important to see him because he’s the face of this campus,” Santisteban said of one reason for attending. “I just keep thinking I want to continue my education, I want to stay at FIU,” Garcia said. His parents joined him on campus, and dad Jorge Ghitis put the experience of make-due commencement pageantry and virtual graduation into perspective. FIU graduates more than 15,000 students annually.communitynewspapers.com
Couple killed in US 27 motorcycle crash lived for each other
He won tickets to the Bruins-Panthers game...and we got to go behind the scenes, Batista said. We wore Panthers jerseys and they wore Bruins jerseys and the [Panthers staff] were like, You cant [meet the players] wearing that,' and he said, Well Im not taking it off. Gardella ended up putting another shirt on over the Bruins jersey to meet the Panthers players, she laughed.sun-sentinel.com
Fatal Black Panther raid in Chicago set off sizable aftershocks
It was war, and a spy had infiltrated the Panthers' ranks. William O'Neal, a petty thief from the West Side, had driven a stolen car across state lines, a federal offense, and was offered a deal: Become an FBI informant and the case would go away. "I was beginning to feel clean again, just by helping the FBI," he afterward told the Tribune. Ordered to infiltrate the Panthers, he quickly rose from handyman to security chief, and in November, he was given an assignment by his FBI handler: a sketch of Hampton's apartment. "He wanted to know the locations of weapons caches, he wanted to know if we had explosives ... who spent the night where," O'Neal said in a videotaped interview at Washington University.sun-sentinel.com