Southland Announces Week 6 TV Selections

first_imgSaturday, Oct. 6Stephen F. Austin vs. Sam Houston State, 1 p.m. CT, ESPN3*Southeastern Louisiana at Incarnate Word, 4 p.m. CT, UIW Stretch Internet PortalNicholls at Northwestern State, 6 p.m. CT, Cox Sports TVAbilene Christian at McNeese, 6 p.m. CT, Cowboy InsiderHouston Baptist at Central Arkansas, 6 p.m. CT, Bear Nation Network*at Houston’s NRG Stadium FRISCO, Texas – The Southland Conference and its broadcast partners have revealed game selections and start times for football games to be played on Saturday, Oct. 6. While choices for the first four weeks of the regular season were completed during the summer, picks are made 12 days prior to kickoff for the remaining weeks.ESPN3 will feature the 93rd Battle of the Piney Woods, as Sam Houston State faces Stephen F. Austin at Houston’s NRG Stadium. The series ranks as the longest running NCAA Division I FCS rivalry in Texas and has seen the Bearkats win seven conseuctive meetings.Cox Sports Television is set to provide regional coverage of Nicholls at Northwestern State. ESPN3 will simulcast the production outside CST’s territory.The day’s other three games will be streamed via institutional productions.last_img read more

17 arrested during La Seles giant homecoming celebration

first_imgThe Costa Rican Red Cross attended to 220 people during the festivities, where many waited hours in the sun for La Sele’s parade to reach the park. The emergency assistance organization removed 18 for offsite attention.The 17 arrests were far below the 90 apprehended during and after the Netherlands eliminated Costa Rica on Saturday.Fans greeted the team at Juan Santamaría International Airport in the afternoon. Costa Ricans recognized the players and coaches during the five hour trip from the airport to La Sabana — where the closing ceremony took place.Some 500 police officers oversaw Tuesday’s celebration in front of the statue of ex-president León Cortés in La Sabana Park. In another rough estimate, the daily La Nación reported that as many as 500,000 people participated in the event. Police arrest a suspect during welcoming celebrations for the National Soccer Team on Tuesday, July 8, 2014. Courtesy National PolicePolice arrested 17 Tuesday during the widespread celebrations in Paseo Colón for the Costa Rica national team’s homecoming.Some 200,000 fans converged to welcome home La Sele, according to estimates from the Costa Rica Football Federation. Authorities trumpeted the relative calm of the celebration despite the huge crowds.Police did interrupt a robbery in progress on the avenue, arresting five. The suspects were taken immediately to a flagrancy court for sentencing. Twelve arrests took place over possession of knives or drugs, or alcohol abuse.The only robbery reported was a stolen cellphone. Facebook Comments Llegada de Selección de Fútbol:Cruz Roja registra la atención de 220 personas y traslada 18 de ellas— Cruz Roja (@CruzRojaCRC) July 9, 2014 Related posts:Soldiers occupy notorious Rio slum ahead of World Cup Swiss prosecutors probe 53 ‘suspicious’ FIFA cases Costa Rica homicide rate hits record high ‘Culture of violence’ behind Costa Rica’s jump in homicides, says OIJ chieflast_img read more