Scott Frost is returning home to train a Nebraska soccer program that led to a part of the national title as a quarterback in 1997, agreeing to a seven-year, $ 35 million contract. The return of Frost comes after he spent two years changing the program in Central Florida. Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos announced the hiring on Saturday after the 12th Frost Florida Central team defeated No. 16 Memphis, 62-55, in two extra stints in the championship game. the American Athletic Conference to improve to 12-0. Frost, 42, takes charge of Mike Riley tasked with rebuilding a Cornhuskers program that went 4-8 this season, including its biggest losses since 1957 and the fewest wins since 1961.
SC The state's hoops player collapses on the court
The South Carolina state male basketball guard Tyvoris Solomon collapsed on the court and was taken to a hospital during the first half of the loss 103-71 of the Bulldogs in the state of North Carolina. Team spokesman Kendrick Lewis said that Solomon was "stable and aware". The emergency medical staff administered chest compressions before transporting the older adult off the field on a stretcher. Solomon, who collapsed near the bank at the 13:08 mark, had started the game and had scored 16:02. A spokeswoman for Rex Hospital said Solomon was in good condition. . Athletic director Ole Miss Ross Bjork and chancellor Jeffrey S. Vitter said the school plans to appeal the NCAA's two-year NBA playoff ban, believing that his self-imposed sanctions were sufficient in his case for long-term NCAA rule infringement. The NCAA ruled Friday that the Rebels will lose the postseason again in 2018.. . In the wake of NCAA sanctions, Ole Miss has granted permission to second-year field marshal Shea Patterson to speak with other schools to explore the transfer, according to several reports. Ole Miss Spirit reported that Michigan is presumed to be the favorite for Patterson's services. . . Penn State Football Commitment Isheem Young has been accused of stealing a convenience store in Philadelphia during the summer. A Philadelphia court official told the Philadelphia Inquirer that the defensive back was charged Friday with theft, conspiracy and gun violation after he and two accomplices allegedly stole $ 13,600 from a Wawa in July. According to a police report obtained by the Inquirer, Young was armed with a revolver when he allegedly robbed the store with the help of his brother, the store manager, and a break-in driver. . . Perry Wallace who broke a racial barrier by becoming the first black college basketball player at the Southeastern Conference in 1967, died Friday at 69 in a palliative care center in Rockville, Maryland. The death of Wallace was announced on Friday night Vanderbilt, where Wallace became a SEC player and remains among Commodores 'all-time rebound leaders
Rodgers returns to the Packers' driving range
Green Bay quarterback celebrated Aaron Rodgers his 34th birthday with a return to practice for the Packers for the first time since his right collarbone was broken on October 15 in Minnesota. He was operated four days later. The two-time NFL MVP, who is on injured reserve with a designation to return for the Packers on Saturday, would not be eligible to play until Dec. 17 at Carolina. Coach Mike McCarthy said Friday that Rodgers was on his way to a test return. Rodgers threw several pbades at least 50 yards before a loss to Pittsburgh last week. The Packers (5-6) are 1-5 since Rodgers was injured and receive the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. . . Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown missed practice for the second day in a row due to a toe injury and may miss Monday night's game in Cincinnati. . . The Eagles signed wide receiver Alshon Jeffery to a four-year contract extension until 2021 and has a value of $ 52 million, with $ 27 million guaranteed.
Shiffrin wins the first World Cup downhill
American slalom star Mikaela Shiffrin ran for his first World Cup downhill win in Lake Louise, Alberta. Competing in its fourth bullish race, the 22-year old Olympic and world slalom champion finished in 1 minute, 27.55 seconds, to beat the German Viktoria Rebensberg by 0.13 seconds. The one from Switzerland Michelle Gisin was the third one in 1: 27.72. Stacey Cook was sixth, while his American compatriot Lindsey Vonn finished 12th a day after crashing in the first relegation game. . . Aksel Lund Svindal from Norway won a men's World Cup downhill race in Beaver Creek, Colorado, finishing in 1: 40.46 to beat Beat Feuz of Switzerland by 0.15 seconds. The one from Germany Thomas Dressen was the third.
Smith wins the Australian PGA in the playoffs
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Cameron Smith won the Australian PGA Championship in Gold Coast with a pair on the second hole of a tiebreaker with his Australian teammate Jordan Zunic . Both were out of the 18th green for their third shots, but Smith put his to 4 feet and made the putt after Zunic failed from about 12 feet. Smith closed with a total of 3 under par 68 and Zunic had a 71 to finish with 18 under par 270 at Royal Pines. Smith bogeyed the eighteenth in regulation after birdie the 17th to take the initiative. Zunic had eight consecutive pairs in the last nine after he bogeyed the tenth. . . Arjun Atwal and Louis de Jager are tied for the lead in the final round of the Maurice Open at Belombre. The pair is located at 13 under 200, a better hit than Dylan Frittelli and Miguel Tabuena . . . Cleveland Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said the team's communication with the besieged point guard Derrick Rose has been positive. Rose is out of the team on a personal matter. He has also been marginalized by a sprained left ankle. Lue refused to provide more details about the Cleveland dialogue with Rose. The team is expected to provide another update on Sunday