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State’s most risky regions revealed

first_img Around 15 per cent of Sunshine Coast workers fall into the worst-hit industries.At the top of the risky regions across Australia is the Sunshine Coast, where around 15 per cent of workers fall into the two worst-hit industries. The Gold Coast and inner city Brisbane came in at third and fourth respectively, while Brisbane west (number 9) and central Queensland rounded out the top 10. Other Australian regions to have been heavily affected by COVID job loss are inner western Sydney (2), the NSW Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven (5), Coffs Harbour and Grafton (6), Hobart (7) and inner Melbourne (8).Conversely, Toowoomba, the Queensland Outback and Moreton Bay north were named as regions least affected by the COVID-19 crisis due to the low percentage of workers depending on those vulnerable industries.Property markets in those regions where job losses are high are perceived to be at greaer risk of rising rental vacancy rates and distressed sales, according to the report.“The areas where you have a high proportion of unemployment in these industries and a high proportion of renters, the potential impact is greater,” Mr Sheppard said.“Looking at how the national vacancy rate has changed from March to April, there’s been a sudden increase of 23 per cent which is significant.” More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa7 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day ago Brisbane inner city is high on the risk list for rising rental vacancies.City CBD areas are considered most at risk of rental vacancies, including Brisbane inner city which was number 3 on the vacancy risk list due to the high proportion of renters and workers reliant on COVID-affected industries. Queensland fared better when it comes to potential risk of forced housing sales, with Victoria accounting for 80 per cent of the regions most likely to see a rise in distressed stock.“In regions where owner-occupiers have lost their jobs, assuming the government can’t support them, their only option may be to sell,” Mr Sheppard said. “On the assumption that the JobKeeper is insufficient, you might see more stock come on the market in those regions affected by COVID-19 job losses.” Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:16Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:16 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenCameron Kusher’s update on COVID-19 and the market02:16Property markets in five Queensland regions have been identified as most at risk of rising rental vacancies and distressed sales as the impacts of COVID-19 job losses unfold.The Risky Regions Report, compiled by property investment researchers Select Residential Property, pinpoints regions across Australia which rely on those industries heavily affected during the COVID-19 pandemic.The report draws on a survey by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, which shows accommodation and food services as well as arts and recreation services suffered the highest rate of COVID-related job losses. “If job losses from COVID are significant in certain industries, then we’d expect to see regions with a high concentration of such industry workers more heavily affected,” reports Jeremy Sheppard, Director of Research at Select Residential Property.last_img read more

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Ibrahimovic inspires AC Milan to victory in first start

first_img Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootThese Hilariously Creative Shower Curtains Will Make Your Day9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadePortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes The visitors had moved ahead on Saturday through Rafael Leao’s deflected effort, his first goal since September, which arrived just 32 seconds after the restart.Cagliari remain sixth in the table but have lost four straight Serie A matches and are on their worst run since October 2017.The only chance in a quiet first half hour was Theo Hernandez’s shot from a tight angle that was saved by the legs of Robin Olsen.Milan almost broke through when Ibrahimovic’s header was touched onto the upright by Olsen and they came close again from the resulting corner, which was flicked on by Alessio Romagnoli to a stretching Leao, who could not convert at the far post.Cagliari rarely threatened but an audacious Nahitan Nandez lob from the right touchline had to be saved by a back-tracking Gianluigi Donnarumma.Milan made an ideal start to the second half when Samu Castillejo’s lofted pass found Leao, who controlled neatly before seeing his shot deflect off defender Fabio Pisacane and loop in over a helpless Olsen. With Milan having gone three straight games without scoring, the 38-year-old netted the decisive second goal with an excellent finish after 64 minutes. Loading… center_img Zlatan Ibrahimovic inspired Milan to victory on his first start since returning to the club, netting in a 2-0 Serie A win at Cagliari.Advertisement Read Also: Zlatan Ibrahimovic statue vandalised againMidway through the half, Ibrahimovic sealed victory as he swept a first-time, left-footed effort into the far corner from 12 yards after latching on to Hernandez’s delivery from the left.Ibrahimovic thought he had a second late on but was denied by an offside flag having headed in a cross from Ismael Bennacer, Donnarumma not having a save to make in the closing stages as Milan held on comfortably.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Tino Anjorin agrees long-term deal with Chelsea

first_img Loading… The 18-year-old has committed his future to Chelsea until 2025, according to Goal. The deal has been agreed in principle and should be officially announced in the coming weeks.Advertisement Chelsea have agreed a new contract with Tino Anjorin. Promoted Content7 Action Movies That’ll Give You An Adrenaline Rush7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Every Movie Starring Sylvester Stallone From Best To WorstBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Top 10 Enemies Turned Friends in TVBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day Anjorin was encouraged to re-sign with the Blues after making his first-team debut against Everton prior to the suspension of games due to the COVID-19 pandemic. read also:Anjorin appreciates Chelsea youth coaches on Lampard staff The midfielder has been with the club since under-7’s. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Mr. Darrel Edwin Chase

first_imgMr. Darrel Edwin Chase, age 87, of Fairview, Indiana, entered this life on December 1, 1932 in Switzerland County, Indiana. He was the loving son of the late Herschel Lawrence and Ethel Lucille (Cleeter) Chase. He was raised on Aaron Road where he attended the one room school house next door and attended Vevay High School. Darrel was united in marriage to Betty Jean Scott on August 18, 1953 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. This happy union was blessed with two sons, Jerry Dale and Jack Lee. Darrel and Betty shared over 66 loving years of marriage together until his death. He was employed for US Shoe Factory in Vevay, Indiana and for the Stone Quarry in Cross Plains, Indiana. Darrel was inducted into the United States Army on March 31, 1953 in Indianapolis, Indiana, serving during the Korean War. He received the Korean Service Ribbon, United Nations Service Medal and National Defense Service Medal. Darrel was honorably discharged with the rank of Private 2nd Class on March 4, 1955 at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Darrel was employed from 1951 to 1953 for Seagram’s Distillery in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, and after serving his country he returned to Seagram’s in 1955 retiring in 1987 after 32 years of service. Darrel farmed all of his life on the family farm raising cows, tobacco, soy beans and corn. He enjoyed playing euchre and rook, shooting guns and attending tractor pulls. Darrel was a devoted family man and will be deeply missed by his loving family. Darrel passed away at 5:15 a.m., Tuesday, January 7, 2020, at The Waters of Rising Sun in Rising Sun, Indiana.Darrel will be missed by his loving wife, Betty Jean (Scott) Chase of Fairview, IN; his daughter-in-law, Jill L. Chase of Fairview, IN; his grandchildren, Tina Girton and her husband, Jerry of Vevay, IN, Cassandra Chase of Pleasant, IN, Crystal Richmer and her husband, Andy of Madison, IN and Cayla Rogers and her husband, Ben of Bennington, IN; his great-grandchildren, Christopher Girton and his fiancée, Caroline King, Sam Girton and his companion, Moira Delgado, Carson Byrd, Caleb Byrd, Jack Richmer, Elsie Rogers and Ada Rogers; his great-great-grandchild, Elias Daniel Len Girton; his sister, Marietta Crandell of Moorefield, IN; his niece, Connie Purdum of Arvada, CO and his nephew, Gwenn Dale Stevenson and his wife, Sharon of Munfordville, KY.He was preceded in death by his parents, Herschel Lawrence Chase, died September 17, 1986 and Ethel Lucille (Cleeter) Chase, died July 19, 1993; his sons, Jerry Dale Chase, died February 24, 1968 and Jack Lee Chase, died July 11, 2016 and his nephew, James Daryl “Jamie” Stevenson, died April 7, 2019.Friends may call 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Friday, January 10, 2020, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street, Vevay, Indiana 47043.Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 11, 2020, at 11:00 a.m., by Rev. Tom Rogers, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Interment and full military rites will be conducted by the Honor Guard of the Vevay American Legion Post #185 and the Vevay VFW Post #5396 in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be made to the Mt. Sterling Baptist Church. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.comlast_img read more

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Mckinley takes the honours

first_img Press Association With Mumbo Bay setting a sedate gallop in the Grade Three contest, 11-4 chance Mckinley sat on his tail before moving smoothly to the front rounding the home bend. Mumbo Bay proved a persistent challenger until the second-last, after which the champion trainer’s runner put the race to bed with a smart change of gear, skipping over the last and being kept up to his work to seal victory over Fort Smith by two and three-quarter lengths. Hot favourite Princely Conn failed to pick up in a slowly run race and was well held in third. Mullins, who went on to a treble, said: “He’s improving nicely all the time. I’d say that ground stayed nice and wasn’t too soft. He’ll go up in grade now. He seemed to be galloping away at the end of two miles there and was up in the van the whole way. “I’d rather have nice ground for him, I don’t think he’s a real middle of the winter horse, but we’ll see and let him tell us.” The victory was some sort of compensation for Mullins after long odds-on favourite Uradel proved a bitter disappointment in the Join Navan Members 2015 3-Y-O Maiden Hurdle. Having won twice on the Flat in France before finishing fifth in the Melrose Stakes at York on his debut for the Closutton team, Uradel was all the rage as the 2-5 market leader. The hooded three-year-old travelled well for most of the two-mile journey, but the response was limited once Ruby Walsh asked him to close on the leaders at the top of the home straight and he finished well beaten. The Jessica Harrington-trained Kabjoy, next in the betting at 9-2, had shown a decent level of ability on the level and was never too far off the pace in the hands of Robbie Power. She moved smoothly to the lead after jumping the third-last flight and a good leap at the final obstacle sealed her five-and-a-half-length victory. Prussian Eagle was a clear second, ahead of Lady Clitico in third. Power said: “She did it well. From the first day we schooled her she was a natural and loves jumping. She’s very, very good and enjoys it. She handled the ground well and hopefully we have a nice winter to look forward to with her.” center_img Willie Mullins landed the ‘For Auction’ Novice Hurdle at Navan as Mckinley led home a Gigginstown House Stud one-two in the hands of Bryan Cooper. last_img read more

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Husband, wife top field at Roger Willey 5K

first_imgELLSWORTH — A San Francisco couple finished as the top male and female runners Saturday at the Roger Willey 5K at the Down East Family YMCA.Parker Pruett, a former Sumner Memorial High School runner, returned to Downeast Maine for a middle school cross-country race in his honor. Yet Pruett, 39, also competed in the 5K portion of the Roger Willey event and finished first of 33 runners with a time of 17 minutes, 32 seconds.Pruett’s wife, 34-year-old Monica Robles, was the top women’s runner. Robles finished with a time of 22:39 to place fourth overall.Lubec’s Peter Williams posted a time of 18:13 to finish as runner-up. Evan Merchant of Beals (third) and Trinity Montigny of Ellsworth also earned top-five finishes.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn addition to the 5K race, 23 runners competed in the Roger Willey 10K. Erik Knickerbocker of Hampden took first in that race with a time of 37:08 to edge second-place finisher Rob Shea of Ellsworth. Abby Iselborn of Bangor posted a flat time of 40 minutes to finish as the top women’s runner.Below is a full list of finishers from both the 5K and 10K races.Roger Willey 5KParker Pruett, 17 minutes, 32 secondsPeter Williams, 18:13Evan Merchant, 20:57Monica Robles, 22:39Trinity Montigny, 23:49Kassie Strout, 23:56Marc Dupuy, 24:30Lisa Tweedie, 24:34Christopher Heel, 24:37Erlyn Davis, 24:51Monica Pettigrew, 25:37Destinie Ordway, 25:59Tom Kirby, 26:07Addison Nelson, 26:18Joshua Ordway, 26:33Mary Lisa Skiff, 26:47Jennifer Brodie, 26:57Kelly McKenney, 27:24Pamela Beam, 28:01Tamera Murphy, 28:10Rebecca Mantelli, 28:22Lloyd Harmon, 28:25Paul Markosian, 28:48Bob Abrams, 28:59Nicole Nelson, 30:17Susan Bean, 31:44Marion Frehill, 32:04Jeff Dalrymple, 32:15Kathy Snow, 34:23Robin Emery, 35:23Sandy Alley, 38:43Billie Jo Pung, 42:09Brooks Engle, 48:36Roger Willey 10KErik Knickerbocker, 37:08Rob Shea, 38:55Kris Garcia, 39:13Abby Iselborn, 40:00Justin Brenton, 44:46Cecilia Dube, 45:23Nathan Rockwood, 49:04Tom Murphy, 49:12Toni Bridges, 50:07Peter Hall, 50:13Tricia Brown, 50:56Laura Anderson, 55:12Lisa Kearns, 55:31Cate Schneider, 55:44Jennifer Sargent, 56:20Debbie Hall, 58:22Michelle Crispo, 1:02:25Susanna Fay, 1:04:54Stephen Fay, 1:04:54Johnnie Walker, 1:07:44Robert Garnett, 1:09:44Maureen Lord, 1:11:38Linda Rogers, 1:20:33last_img read more

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GFF/NAMILCO Football

first_imgFinal two of round one matches billed for SaturdayTHE remaining two matches in the East Bank Demerara leg of the Guyana Football Federation/NAMILCO Thunderbolt Flour Power National Under-17 League will be played on Saturday at the Grove Playfield.In the opening fixture fixed for a 13:00hrs start, sixth-placed Diamond United will tackle fourth-placed Circuit Valley Jaguars, while the feature game will see Kuru Kururu Warriors battle against Agricola Red Triangle from 15:00hrs.It is expected that both matches will be keenly contested as a win for the third-placed Warriors and fourth-placed Jaguars will propel them both to 16 points, eight points shy of league leaders Grove Hi Tech who played unbeaten in their eight matches and have accumulated 24 points at the end of round one.Should both the Warriors and Jaguars come out victorious in their respective fixtures, both teams will earn three points and the second-place spot will have to be decided on the better goal difference.At the moment, Warriors have a plus 13 goal difference while Jaguars have a plus four.On the other hand, Warriors and Jaguars’ respective opponents – fifth-placed Agricola and sixth-placef Diamond United – will be seeking wins to boost their morale.At the moment, Agricola have 12 points with a goal difference of minus two and Diamond are on 10 points with a minus six goal difference.The second round of the league will start during the month of January 2017, minus two teams that were part of the first round.The two teams are Friendship and Mocha Champs.Friendship had signalled their intention to participate in the league but never made a single appearance for their eight fixtures, while Mocha Champs only showed up for one match which they won and secured three points.The East Bank Football Association executive has since taken a decision to drop both teams for the second round.Meanwhile, Grove Hi-Tech closed out the first round with their eighth consecutive win from as many matches with a 2-0 win against CV Jaguars last Saturday.last_img read more

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Sergio Salcido has career day despite No. 5 Syracuse’s 16-15 overtime loss to No. 11 Duke

first_imgDurham, N.C. — Sergio Salcido barreled toward the net with one goal in mind: “make him make a save.” In Salcido’s four attempts prior, Duke goalie Danny Fowler hadn’t been able to as the small, speedy midfielder found the back of the net each time.Another goal would have given the Orange a 16-15 lead with just 12 seconds left in the game.Salcido wanted to shoot nearside to the left post, but was checked from behind. As he fell to the ground, the ball sailed out of his stick and carried out of out of bounds.“The ball kind of slipped out and just didn’t hit the net,” Salcido said.Salcido had a career day, scoring four goals, dishing out two assists and tallying six points — all career-highs. He jumped up to second on the team with 14 goals and 21 points. But it wasn’t enough. His two last-second chances fizzled out and the No. 5 Orange (5-2, 1-1 Atlantic Coast) fell to No. 11 Duke (7-4, 1-0), 16-15, at Koskinen Stadium for SU’s second overtime loss in a row.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“He’s just playing great individually,” SU attack Dylan Donahue said. “He’s a great player and he’s going to continue to do that.”On Salcido’s first goal just five minutes into the game — the first of the game — he jogged into the offensive zone undefended, caught a Nick Mariano pass and converted on the outside shot. A Duke defender had lost his stick, leaving Salcido open.The next one came a little more than a minute later when Salcido took a quick step past Duke’s Garrett Van de Ven and bounced in shot before the defense could slide to help.Just six minutes into the first quarter, he had already tied his career-high of two goals.“The ball kind of fell on my stick and I got some good shot opportunities earlier and kind of got off to a good start,” Salcido said.Salcido was drawing Duke’s short stick midfielders and abusing them with his speed. He either ran past them for an open shot or drew the double team and passed to an open teammate.He made a swim move past his man near the restraining line in the closing seconds of the third quarter for his final goal of the game.With 3:29 left, he back peddled to the left of the net, drawing the attention of two defenders, before tossing a pass to Syracuse midfielder Derek DeJoe, who tied the game at 15.“We couldn’t be happier with what he’s doing,” Orange head coach John Desko said.A couple years ago, Desko “wasn’t sure” Salcido would ever play for SU. Salcido was a scout team player that played in 13 and 14 games, respectively, in his first two seasons, scoring zero goals and recording five assists over the two years.But with 11 seconds left in regulation, right after Salcido’s first miss, Desko called timeout and put the ball in the junior’s stick again.Salcido cut to the right of the net and lofted a pass toward DeJoe on the other side of the field. His chance at one more assist and one more point in an already career day evaporated, though, as the pass flew over DeJoe’s head just before time expired.“I figured I just need to pass over the top and maybe someone will make a play,” Salcido said. “Unfortunately, I threw it a little bit too high.”The most impressive performance of his time at SU fell just short of carrying the Orange past Duke. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 26, 2016 at 4:50 pm Contact Jon: jrmettus@syr.edu | @jmettuslast_img read more

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Do you remember the last time…? — Michigan State edition

first_img Published on March 17, 2018 at 8:52 pm Contact David: ddschnei@syr.edu Comments With No. 11 Syracuse (22-13, 8-10 Atlantic Coast) set to face No. 3 Michigan State (30-4, 16-2 Big Ten) on Sunday at 2:40 p.m., check if you remember some SU men’s basketball history.Do you remember the last time Syracuse played Michigan State?The most recent meeting between the two teams came on Dec. 7, 2010, in the Jimmy V Classic. No. 8 Syracuse beat No. 7 Michigan State, 72-58, at Madison Square Garden behind 19 points from Scoop Jardine, while Rick Jackson and Kris Joseph chipped in 17 and 14 points, respectively. Durrell Summers was the Spartans’ top scorer with 18 points. Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green came off the bench, recording six points, 11 rebounds and five assists.The Orange’s win brought it to 9-0 on the season. Syracuse reached 18-0 before suffering six losses in eight games. SU ended the season 26-7 and was given the 3-seed in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament. After a 77-60 win over No. 14 Indiana State in the Round of 64, Syracuse was upset by No. 11 Marquette, 66-62.Do you remember the last time Syracuse played Michigan State in the NCAA Tournament?AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn the 2000 NCAA Tournament, No. 1 Michigan State downed No. 4 Syracuse, 75-58, in the Round of 16 in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The Orange boasted a 10-point halftime lead, but were blown out, 51-24, in the second half. Now-SU assistant coach Allen Griffin scored 14 points off the bench and was one of two Orange players to reach double figures, along with Jason Hart.All five Spartans starters scored at least 10 points, including Morris Peterson, who led all scorers with 21 points. Michigan State went on the win the National Championship, beating No. 5 Florida in the final, 89-76.Do you remember the last time Syracuse played in a Round of 32 game?Two years ago, No. 10 Syracuse dispatched No. 15 Middle Tennessee State, 75-50, in the Round of 32 of the 2016 NCAA Tournament. SU would have faced No. 2 Michigan State in that game if not for the Blue Raiders’ monumental 90-81 first round upset. MTSU’s win over the Spartans was the eighth time a 15-seed defeated a 2-seed in NCAA Tournament history.The Orange then defeated No. 11 Gonzaga and No. 1 Virginia en route to the Final Four, where SU fell to No. 1 North Carolina, 83-66.Do you remember the last time Syracuse played against a 3-seed in the NCAA Tournament?Syracuse’s last meeting with a 3-seed in the NCAA Tournament came five years ago, when it faced No. 3 Marquette in the Elite Eight in the East Region. The fourth-seeded Orange eliminated the Golden Eagles, 55-39, to advance to the Final Four. James Southerland (16 points) and C.J. Fair (13 points) paced SU’s offense, while a dominant defensive performance held Marquette to 12-of-53 (.226) shooting.In the Final Four, Syracuse lost to No. 4 Michigan, 61-56. Fair’s 22 point-performance wasn’t enough, as the Wolverines used 21 bench points to advance to the National Championship game. Brandon Triche and Michael Carter-Williams, SU’s starting backcourt, each fouled out.Do you remember the last time Syracuse played against a coach with at least 500 wins in the NCAA Tournament? (Michigan State’s Tom Izzo has 574 wins)In the 2016 NCAA Tournament, No. 10 Syracuse fell to No. 1 North Carolina, 83-66, in the Final Four in Houston, Texas. The Roy Williams-led Tarheels used a 35-of-65 (.538) shooting night to top the Orange. Trevor Cooney led all scorers with 22 points, but UNC’s balanced offense that saw three players (Brice Johnson, Justin Jackson, Kennedy Meeks) score 15 points or more was too much for SU.Syracuse faced No. 11 Gonzaga two rounds prior, whose head coach Mark Few had tallied 466 wins in his coaching career at the time. Few has since eclipsed the 500-win mark, and now sits at 534.center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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