Co 2020-21 Iggy Award Winner MPG (special again)
- Aug 15, 2011
Made with sliced strawberries and homemade whipped cream, strawberries and cream is a snack or treat that is quick and easy to make. Its basic recipe can be tweaked in many ways. Vanilla or amaretto liqueur can be added to the cream, or sour cream with brown sugar can replace the whipped cream altogether and be used as a dip. Layers of strawberries and cream can also be used to make trifles.
Strawberries and cream is a British dish. In 1514, during the Tudor period, Cardinal Thomas Wolsey—who was close to King Henry VIII—began building Hampton Court. Its large kitchens fed about 600 people twice a day. According to one story, a chef there came up with strawberries and cream so that desserts could quickly be prepared for the many guests. The chef's name is not known and Wolsey tends to get credit for the treat's creation. Another similar story says that strawberries and cream were first served at a banquet hosted by Wolsey, but it puts the date of their creation at 1509, which predates the building of Hampton Court.
More Than a Dozen Recruits Set to Officially Visit Syracuse in June (SI; McAllister)
The month of June is going to play a major role in how college football programs across the country fill their 2022 recruiting classes. That includes Syracuse, which is scheduled for a very busy month. More than a dozen players are scheduled to take official visits in Central New York.
Player: Mekhi Mason
Height/Weight: 6-2, 220
School: Monsignor Pace (FL)
Other Notable Offers: Indiana, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Piss, Pittsburgh, Wake Forest, West Virginia
Player: Cornell Perry (committed to Syracuse)
Position: Defensive back
Height/Weight: 6-1, 175
School: Woodhaven High (MI)
Other Notable Offers: Bowling Green, Buffalo, Central Michigan, Toledo
Player: Malachi Davis (committed to Syracuse)
Position: Defensive end
Height/Weight: 6-5, 245
School: Holt Senior (MI)
Other Notable Offers: Central Michigan, Kent State, Louisville, Toledo, Vanderbilt
Player: Laakea Kapoi
College Football Predictions, Rankings, NCAA Football Schedules Lassan)
ACC Football 2021 All-Conference Team
QB Sam Howell, North Carolina
RB Zonovan Knight, NC State
RB Lyn-J Dixon, Clemson
RB Jahmyr Gibbs, Georgia Tech
WR/AP Zay Flowers, Boston College
WR Justyn Ross, Clemson
WR Jaquarii Roberson, Wake Forest
TE James Mitchell, Virginia Tech
C Alec Lindstrom, Boston College
OL Ikem Ekwonu, NC State
OL Jordan McFadden, Clemson
OL Zion Johnson, Boston College
OL Joshua Ezeudu, North Carolina
DL Bryan Bresee, Clemson
DL Myles Murphy, Clemson
DL Tyler Davis, Clemson
DL Amare Barno, Virginia Tech
LB James Skalski, Clemson
LB Payton Wilson, NC State
LB Isaiah Moore, NC State
CB Jermaine Waller, Virginia Tech
CB Andrew Booth, Clemson
S Nolan Turner, Clemson
S Bubba Bolden, Miami
K Nick Sciba, Wake Forest
P Lou Hedley, Miami
KR Bam Knight, NC State
PR Thayer Thomas, NC State
QB D.J. Uiagalelei, Clemson
RB Mataeo Durant, Duke
RB Cam'Ron Harris, Miam
AP/RB Christian Beal-Smith, Wake Forest
WR Mike Harley, Miami
WR Emeka Emezie, NC State
TE Braden Galloway, Clemson
C Grant Gibson, NC State
OL Zion Nelson, Miami
OL Ben Petrula, Boston College
OL Tyler Vrabel, Boston College
OL Lecitus Smith, Virginia Tech
DL Miles Fox, Wake Forest
DL Nesta Jade Silvera, Miami
DL Raymond Vohasek, North Carolina
DL Xavier Thomas, Clemson
LB SirVocea Dennis, Pitt
LB Nick Jackson, Virginia
LB Baylon Spector, Clemson
CB Tony Grimes, North Carolina
CB Kei'Trel Clark, Louisville
S Chamarri Conner, Virginia Tech
S Nick Andersen, Wake Forest
K B.T. Potter, Clemson
P Kirk Christodoulou, Pitt
KR Jahmyr Gibbs, Georgia Tech
PR Taylor Morin, Wake Forest
QB D'Eriq King, Miami
RB Ty Chandler, North Carolina
RB Jashaun Corbin, Florida State
AP/WR Tre Turner, Virginia Tech
WR Jordan Addison, Pitt
WR Taj Harris, Syracuse
TE Marshon Ford, Louisville
C Cole Bentley, Louisville
OL Matt Bockhorst, Clemson
OL Jordan Tucker, North Carolina
OL Zach Tom, Wake Forest
OL Luke Tenuta, Virginia Tech
DL Jermaine Johnson, Florida State
DL Calijah Kancey, Pitt
DL Marcus Valdez, Boston College
DL Norell Pollard, Virginia Tech
LB Mikel Jones, Syracuse
LB C.J. Avery, Louisville
LB Amari Gainer, Florida State
CB Tyrique Stevenson, Miami
CB Ja'Sir Taylor, Wake Forest
S Trey Morrison, North Carolina
S Joey Blount, Virginia
K Christopher Dunn, NC State
P Trenton Gill, NC State
KR Donavon Greene, Wake Forest
PR Jaelen Gill, Boston College
QB Phil Jurkovec, Boston College
RB Ricky Person, NC State
RB Sean Tucker, Syracuse
WR Josh Downs, North Carolina
WR Donavon Greene, Wake Forest
WR Billy Kemp, Virginia
WR Tayvion Robinson, Virginia Tech
TE Will Mallory, Miami
C Olusegun Oluwatimi, Virginia
OL Brock Hoffman, Virginia Tech
OL Chris Glaser, Virginia
OL Navaughn Donaldson, Miami
OL Brian Anderson, North Carolina
OL Robert Scott, Florida State
DL McKinley Williams, Syracuse
DL Mandy Alonso, Virginia
DL Tomari Fox, North Carolina
DL Deslin Alexandre, Pitt
DL Jordan Williams, Virginia Tech
LB Quez Jackson, Georgia Tech
LB Tomon Fox, North Carolina
LB Shaka Heyward, Duke
CB Damarri Mathis, Pitt
CB Garrett Williams, Syracuse
CB Josh DeBerry, Boston College
CB Storm Duck, North Carolina
K Andre Szymt, Syracuse
P Ben Kiernan, North Carolina
KR Trebor Pena, Syracuse
PR Billy Kemp IV, Virginia
BOZICH | CBS top coaches list shows ACC football lacks star power (wdrb.com; Bozich)
In college football, the postseason is preceded by the regular season, which follows training camp, which follows talking season, which follows list season.
That’s where we sit in mid-May. Waiting for the preseason yearbooks to arrive. Waiting for the conference media day extravaganzas.
And looking at lists. Making our own lists. Tilting an eyebrow at lists that other outlets shared.
Today, eyebrows twitch at a top 25 list from Tom Fornelli of CBSSports.com. Not because he did anything outrageous or upsetting. He didn’t.
He simply compiled votes from a panel of writers and analysts at their CBS website and 247Sports, ranking the 65 Power Five football coaches: the guys in the ACC, SEC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and (drumroll!) Notre Dame.
You make a list like that to get people talking, Let’s talk.
1. The ACC Needs Star Power
Two ACC coaches cracked the top 25: Dabo Swinney (No. 2) of Clemson and Mack Brown (No. 12) of North Carolina.
The four other Power Five leagues all had at least double that amount. The Big Ten had eight representatives, the SEC six — with four guys in the top 10.
Swinney and Brown need somebody in the ACC to make them sweat, especially Swinney. He’s been on top in the ACC Atlantic Division too easily for too long.
The third-highest-ranked ACC coach, at 26, was Virginia’s Bronco Mendenhall. He would have made my top 25. The Cavaliers won the Coastal division in 2019 and finished strong last season, winning four of their last five.
Every ACC team's worst-case scenario in 2021 (247sports.com; Gates)
Tommy DeVito (Photo: USA TODAY Sports)
Tommy DeVito can’t recover fully — Syracuse quarterback Tommy DeVito injured his ankle during an October game against Duke that resulted in him missing seven games to end the year and never seeing the field again. DeVito had thrown for 593 yards and four touchdowns in the short time he was able to play, but Syracuse really didn’t get to see much of him. The Orange went out and got Mississippi State transfer Garrett Shrader, so if DeVito isn’t at 100% in 2021, they can fall back on him. But it would be best for Syracuse to have the more talented quarterback ready.
ACC makes revenue strides, but still trails several Power 5 Conferences (theclemsoninsider.com; Vandervort)
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on major college athletics is coming to light. And the news is not as bad as one might think for the Atlantic Coast Conference.
According to USA TODAY writer Steve Berkowitz, the Atlantic Coast Conference increased its yearly payouts in 2020 from $30.9 million in 2019 to $37 million, plus $10.8 million to Notre Dame as a partial member.
Berkowitz reports the ACC was aided by new income from the ACC Network, which launched in August of 2019. It helped increase revenue by just over $40 million to nearly $497 million.
The ACC’s $40 million dollar jump was the biggest among the Power 5 Conferences.
However, Berkowitz also reported, despite the revenue increase, the ACC reported a nearly $3 million annual operating deficit. He wrote the conference attributed the deficit to “the timing of supplemental payments to schools that were made after central-office costs fell mainly due to the cancellation of spring 2020 championships. They said conference reserves were not impacted.”
As for the other conferences, the report shows he Big Ten dropped from $780 million to $768.9 million. The SEC reported $728.9 million, up from $721 million in 2019. The Pac-12 was up just a little, going from $530.4 million to $533. 8 million in 2020. The Big 12 fell from $439 million to $409.2 million.
2020 WSJ Valuations (RX; HM)
2020 WSJ Valuations
The annual WSJ college sports valuations are out. Here is a table someone who goes by "Nerdlinger" put together and posted on CSNBBS, under "Wall Street Journal Valuations":
2021 storylines involving ACC schools (RX; HM)
2021 storylines involving ACC schools
From "100 Days Out: College football names, games, storylines as we count down to Week 1 of the 2021 season" on CBS Sports:
100 stories, predictions, names and games to get you excited for the 2021 college football season
Quarterback turnover at Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State: ...even if the strength of the rosters and coaching suggest we should not question their title-contending status, what about the quarterback position? Clemson has at least seen its successor to Trevor Lawrence in a high-pressure situation with DJ Uiagalelei stepping in against Boston College and Notre Dame last season... When you reach the level of Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State, the stress of replacing a first-round NFL Draft pick quarterback is lessened by having talented options, but it's still a question mark at the most important position on the field.
Links, News and Rumors - 2021 May 20th (RX; HM)
Links, News and Rumors - 2021 May 20th
All Sports Discussion thinks the ACC is risking a lot on a ridiculously-tough week one slate of OOC games. Read about it in "Opening football weekend could be a disaster for the ACC". I have to agree - I'm not a fan of overscheduling... or scheduling Alabama as long as Nick Saban is there!
Besides, didn't they read my analysis about how losing early can kill attendance? We're passing out pearls here! [Attendance: Cause and Effect]
A rendering of what The Cove at Sylvan Beach will look like when it opens in summer 2022.
https://www.syracuse.com/business/2...-cottages-at-old-sylvan-beach-marina.html(PS; $; Doran)
The Oneida Indian Nation has announced plans for a $25 million project that will include 70 vacation rental cottages at the former Mariner’s Landing Marina in Sylvan Beach.
The Cove at Sylvan Beach is expected to open in summer 2022, Oneida Nation officials said. The cottages will be two- and three-bedroom units, and come with a pontoon or deck boat, boat slip, fire pit and gas grill.
Rental prices will be announced soon, said Joel Barkin, speaking for the Oneida Nation
A shop, Sylvan Beach Supply Co., will also be opened to rent boats, jet skis, bicycles, kayaks and more, plus accessories.
In 2019, the Oneida Nation notified the mobile home park residents who were living on Oneida Nation land there that they had to vacate. That notice went to about 30 year-round mobile homes.
Oneida Nation officials said at the time it would develop the land on the southeast shore of Oneida Lake into something “boater-focused.” There were about 30 year-around mobile homes in the park along with some seasonal recreational vehicles that had to vacate within six months of getting the notice