Why isn’t there any more “game crash” on Sabers broadcasts?

New Team Collision Shop Sponsor focusing on digitally enhanced features and virtual branding Carubba Collision of the Game has long been one of the Buffalo Sabers’ best-known features, bringing more visibility to the auto collision and glass repair company. But when Gabe’s Collision took over as the team’s “Official Collision Repair Center” this season, the … Read more

Big 5 schools seek to reimagine series scheduling for college basketball: Source

The Big 5 won’t die, that’s the crucial message Philadelphia coaches and administrators want to send after a meeting about the beloved City series this week. On November 30, a sparse crowd of 3,300 attended a doubleheader at Palestra, setting off alarm bells in the city about the future of traditional hoop rivalry games. reps … Read more

Younis Musa is on the radar of Inter Milan

With just a month left before the January transfer window opens, there is a lot of gossip swirling around who will move in. Transfer Talk brings you the latest news on rumors, the comings and goings, and of course, completed deals! The most important story: American Moses on the radar of Inter Milan United States … Read more

The world is in mourning following the passing of legendary coach Nick Bollettieri

Nick Bollettieri previously worked with Australian superstar Lleyton Hewitt. photo: Twitter/Getty The world of tennis is in mourning Legendary coach Nick Bollettieri passes away At the age of 91. The American, who worked with some of the biggest names in tennis including Venus, Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Andre Agassi and Lleyton Hewitt, died Sunday night. … Read more

Bills safety Jordan Boyer makes the 12-year-old fan’s day, creating a memory for himself

The East Aurora Middle School faculty took the call at approximately 12:30 PM on Tuesday. Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Boyer, touched and impressed by a letter he received from 12-year-old sixth grader Logan Neary, wanted to stop by and surprise him…in an hour. And just in time there was Boyer, who was also informed of … Read more

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) cleaning up the former BA landfill site found it to contain dangerous radioactivity levels.

EPA workers cover the former Broken Arrow landfill with mud after surveys and soil testing revealed dangerous levels of radioactivity at the site. said David Robertson, an on-site coordinator with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s District Six. Of major interest are thorium-232 and its “decay chain” relative, radium-228; The latter decomposes into radon, a carcinogen. … Read more

A hearty globe – and sometimes it can’t be seen – sinks into the planet Sussex – The Irish Times

Harry and Meghan have unveiled the first three episodes of their six-part Netflix documentary. The goal with Harry & Meghan (Netflix, out Thursday), says Harry, is to give their perspective on life, death, and Megxit. “Doesn’t it make sense to hear our story from us?” This story, in the first episode at least, is very … Read more

The study explores the possibility that dark photons could be a source of heat for intergalactic gas

(Upper panel) Fit of the Doppler parameter distribution and plume intensity distribution function in the Lyman alpha forest at z = 0.1 assuming the maximum contribution of dark photon heating to the linewidth. The contours show the projection of the 68% and 95% time intervals for the mass and mixing parameter of the dark photon. … Read more