Timyra-Joi Song: Listen by Beyonce This is a young battle, as we have 17-year-old against 15-year-old! Christina paired them up onThe Voice USA2013 because she thinks they both have potential. She wants them to dig deep for this performance. Both these girls have amazing voices, so this is going to be amazing I think! Amber knows her nerves are her biggest weakness and must get past them for this battle. Not taking anything away from Timyra-Joi, but I got chills when Amber sang! They both have beyond amazing voices and this was a battle for the books. One of these girls will get stolenhands down! Christina picks Amber Nicole! I am shocked, but no one steals Timyra-Joi away! Why???? Team Blake: Justin Chain vs. Shelbie Z. Song: Dont You Wanna Stay by Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson This is a battle of the powerful country singers, so Blake will lose a country singer tonight. Blake thinks this song choice pushes them to their limits.
USA Today ranks LSU Women’s Basketball 17th in preseason poll (Video)
17 in the USA Today Magazine’s preseason poll as reported by LSU Sports today (Oct. 15, ‘2013). The Lady Tigers will have three starters returning for the season, and seven letterwinners. The Lady Tigers finished last season with 22-12 record, which included a trip to the NCAA Sweet 16 championships under the leadership of coach Nikki Caldwell. Returning senior, Theresa Plaisance, led the Tigers last year and was also the top scorer in the conference averaging 17 points per game. Danielle Ballard, sophomore, also returns at the guard position. Three outstanding freshmen to be on the lookout for this season are Raigyne Moncrief, Jasmine Rhodes and Rina Hill. Other teams in the Southeastern Conference that were included in the USA Today poll are No. 4 Tennessee, No. 7 Kentucky, No. 12 Texas A&M, and No. 23 South Carolina. The Lady Tigers will be hosting two exhibition games with free admission on October 30, 2013 against Tennessee Temple and November 2, 2013 against Mississippi College. Regular season play will begin with the Sue Gunter Classic on Friday, November 8, 2013 against Stephen F. Austin at 7 pm in the Maravich Center on the LSU campus.
He is here to learn and playing against the USA Select XV is always an important experience. Kleeberger, who no longer sports the huge beard that was once a much remarked upon feature, is expecting a tough game against USA Select. They are our neighbours and we play them often. There is a lot of passion involved but we need to focus on our own game. Weve worked hard on our work at the breakdown in training, as that was an issue against Uruguay. Jaguars put their trust in youth Like their North American counterparts, Argentina Jaguars and Uruguay have gone down the squad rotation route as they look to expose more players to higher intensity rugby in what is a key development tournament in the international arena. Jaguars head coach Daniel Hourcade has made 11 changes to his starting line-up, as the three-time Americas Rugby Championship winners kick off proceedings on Tuesday with a River Plate derby against Uruguay. Captain and full back Joaquin Tuculet, the star of the opening night win over USA Select, moves to the left wing to accommodate former Under 20 international Ramiro Moyano. Matias Orlando, a try scorer from the wing, moves to centre, while only second row Matias Alemano and try scoring flanker Martin Chiappesoni are retained in the starting fifteen. Patricio Fernandez, who starred in this years IRB Junior World Championship and is eligible for next years tournament, will play at fly half. I hope I can enjoy the experience of starting in this tournament. We are expecting a very hard game as we know Uruguay has a good team, he said. After picking up a bonus point win in their first match, Argentina Jaguars are will be looking to extend a nine-match winning run at the tournament that dates back to 2009. However Uruguay are still smarting from their last-gasp, 17-10 loss to Canada A on Friday and are likely to be difficult opponents. History shows that no Uruguayan XV has managed to beat an Argentine national team since the fierce rivalry began in the 1950’s.
USA vs. Panama: Date, Time, Live Stream, TV Info and Preview
Aiken-USA TODAY Sports The United States men’s national team aims to tune up in its last CONCACAF World Cup qualifying match as Panama desperately aims to keep its Brazil bid alive in a Tuesday showdown. The match will conclude the qualifying stages for each team, as the U.S. cruises to the group ‘s top spot with ease after topping Jamaica 2-0 on Friday. Meanwhile, Panama comes in off a heartbreaking loss to Mexico that significantly altered its World Cup chances. Let’s break down everything you need to know for the upcoming matchup. When:Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 9:30 p.m. ET Where:Estadio Rommel Fernandez, Panama City, Panama Watch:beIN Sport Top Storyline: Will Depleted American Crew Give Panama Hope? With the United States firmly locked in the top spot and Panama needing a win, there’s no hiding that these two foes have very different mindsets heading in. But that won’t stop Jurgen Klinsmann from playing his best guys, for the most part. However, he’ll be without arguably his two best as Clint Dempsey and Michael Bradley were both ruled out for the final World Cup qualifying tilts, according to Associated Press via Fox Sports . America had no trouble quelling Jamaica on Friday without these two stars in the fold, winning 2-0. But that was a much different atmosphere, as the U.S.