New £300m resi development set for Barking Retail Park site

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Rounding up the newsworthy day at Ohio State

first_img Tim Whelan CLEVELAND, Ohio — Monday was a busy day at Ohio State. First, new head coach Ryan Day was busy rounding up his defensive staff. Then came the news that starting quarterback Dwayne Haskins had decided to declare for the 2019 NFL Draft.Ryan Day confirmed to the media that defensive coordinator Greg Schiano will be leaving the program to pursue NFL opportunities. With that, the Buckeyes hired Greg Mattison as co-defensive coordinator, something that if you would have checked online sports betting would you likely would have not been shocked by.Mattison was previously at the University of Michigan as defensive coordinator (2011-2013), linebackers coach (2014), defensive lines coach (2015-2018). He is currently 69 years old.Mattison won’t be the only defensive coordinator for the Buckeyes. Jeff Hafley will also be co-defensive coordinator for Ohio State. He will also be defensive backs coach as well. Hafley was most recently with the San Francisco 49ers as defensive backs coach. He is currently 39 years old.Schiano isn’t the only one leaving Ohio State though as linebackers coach Bill Davis will not return to the program either. Some media outlets in the Columbus area have speculated that cornerbacks coach Taver Johnson may not return the program either.Meanwhile, on the other side of the ball, starting quarterback Dwayne Haskins will not be coming back to Ohio State next season as he declared for the 2019 NFL Draft. Ohio State will now have a huge quarterback competition between transfer Justin Fields and last seasons back-up quarterback Tate Martell.Follow: @Tim_Whelan216 Related Topicslast_img read more

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Ireland once more has four riders in World Show Jumping Top 50

first_img 5 September 2013, 10:59 Ireland once more has four riders in World Show Jumping Top 50 Home  »  Disciplines News  »  Ireland once more has four riders in World Show Jumping Top 50 Tags: IN the official Longines World Show Jumping Rankings published today (Thursday) covering competitions during the month of August, Ireland has four riders in the top 50.Leading the Irish entries in the monthly table is Tipperary’s Denis Lynch in 29th place, while Co. Down’s Conor Swail takes 36th place.Tipperary-born Shane Breen has jumped from 56th to 42nd, while Olympic Bronze Medallist Cian O’Connor is at 49th, an improvement on his 58th place in July.The last time Ireland had four riders in the top 50 was in June of this year.The Longines World Show Jumping rankings measure the performances of over 2,000 international riders each month, and the current leader is Britain’s Ben Maher, whose points earned at major international shows and championships propelled him from 19th to first by the end of August.last_img read more

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