Turbulent week of weather is ahead for much of the country

first_imgABC NewsBY: DANIEL MANZO, ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) — It is going to be a turbulent and dangerous week of weather across nearly the entire U.S. with extremely critical fire conditions in California, a tropical system approaching the Gulf coast by mid-week, and a major storm traveling across the country that will bring snow and ice across the central U.S.In Colorado, the East Troublesome fire is now at least 188,000 acres and is still only 4% contained. The good news is that snow is beginning to move into Colorado this morning and should help put an end to the weather conditions that have been fueling the record breaking fires there.Unfortunately, much of Colorado is in an extreme to exceptional drought and that will not be resolved by one snowstorm.Attention also turns to California where extremely critical fire conditions are expected to arrive beginning later Sunday and last into early Tuesday.A significant offshore wind even will develop in parts of southern Oregon and into nearly all of California today.Winds could gust well over 70 mph in areas and humidity could be as low as 5% which could result in easy fire starts, rapid spread and erratic fire behavior.This could be a very significant fire weather set up, especially for the Bay Area and into parts of Northern California.The National Weather Service in Sacramento is highlighting that this setup is similar to fire weather events in late October 2019 and early November 2018.The most damaging winds are expected late Sunday and early Monday across parts of the Bay Area and Sacramento Valley.In addition to the potential for fires, there is potential for downed trees and power lines as well.The Los Angeles area also is going to see dangerous fire conditions beginning tonight and into Monday.Winds in the Southern California mountains could gust as high as 80 mph and fires that develop in Los Angeles and Ventura County could also become quite erratic and rapidly spread.East of the fire threat region, a big push of very cold air, as well as a snowstorm, is surging into the Rockies and Plains.The storm already has brought up to 20 inches of snow in parts of Montana and, this morning, snow is moving through parts of Wyoming and Colorado, as well as parts of Nebraska and South Dakota.The storm is expected to continue to push southward through the next 24 to 48 hours and snow will move into parts of Kansas, western Oklahoma, the Texas Panhandle and New Mexico.Additionally, precipitation is going to be mixed from Midland to Kansas City on Monday going into Monday Night which could result in some Ice Accumulation in the Southern Plains.Locally, over a foot of snow will be possible in the Rocky Mountains and into some parts of the southern High plains where there could be a wide area of 3 to 6 inches of snow from Western Texas to Western Nebraska.The cold air moving in behind is significant as widespread record low temperatures are possible today across the Northwest.By tomorrow, we could have record lows across a huge section of the country from California to Wisconsin.Wind chills tomorrow morning could be in the negative teens across the northern plains and northern Rockies with cities like Denver expecting a wind chill of -6 expected tomorrow and Minneapolis expecting a wind chill of 6 – incredibly cold by October Standards.It is possible that by Tuesday we will see over 100 daily temperature records across the region.Unfortunately, the turbulent weather doesn’t end there.Tropical Storm Zeta, the 27th named storm of the season is meandering over the Caribbean this morning.The storm is located 295 miles Southeast of Cozumel Mexico and is barely moving north at 1 mph.Tropical storm watches and warnings have been issued for parts of Mexico and Cuba as heavy rain and gusty winds are expected in the coming days.Zeta is the 27th named storm of 2020 Atlantic Hurricane season and is the earliest 27th named storm on record.Zeta is expected to continue to organize and move towards the Yucatan peninsula by late Monday into early Tuesday.When Zeta emerges into the Gulf of Mexico, there will be a brief window for strengthening and the current forecast has Zeta reaching hurricane strength by Tuesday.The current forecast is showing Zeta likely reaching the Gulf Coast as a Tropical Storm by the middle of the week.Unfortunately, computer guidance wants to take Zeta towards Louisiana, which has already been hit by Laura, Delta, Cristobal, and Marco.All of the ingredients, including a punch of cold air, a storm system and tropical moisture will likely bring some form of impactful weather to the northeast U.S. by the end of the week.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Euskaltel-Euskadi Officially Unveils 2010 Team

first_imgEuskaltel-Euskadi officially launched their team this week at the Euskalduna Palace in Bilbao, Spain, unveiling a team which will include Olympic champion Samuel Sánchez and young prospect Romain Sicard, the 2009 U23 Road World Champion. General manager Igor González de Galdeano said that the Tour de France would continue to be a main goal for the team, while also focusing on what the team considers “home” races.The focus of the evening was on the rich heritage of the Euskaltel-Euskadi team, boasting “17 years in the elite.” González stressed the team’s Basque Country roots, and called this season as “the start of a new challenge and of a year that will be very important for us”. The team also celebrated the new with the signing of Sicard, who will be closely watched by all in the peloton as a rising star. Sicard only recently upgraded to professional status after a successful season with the Orbea Continental squad, and is looking forward to a new season with a new team. “It’s a new world for me, a new level, but I’m delighted to be part of a team in this country, and it’s also one of the best teams on the international cycling scene”. Full roster after the jump…2010 Euskaltel-Euskadi Official RosterReturning riders:Igor AntónJavier AramendiaJorge AzanzaSergio de LisKoldo Fernández de LarreaAitor GaldosAitor HernándezIñaki IsasiEgoi MartínezMikel NieveJuanjo OrozAlan PérezRubén PérezSamuel SánchezAmets TxurrukaPablo UrtasunIván VelascoGorka VerdugoNew signings:Jonathan CastroviejoMiguel MínguezDaniel SesmaRomain SicardBeñat IntxaustiGorka Izagirrelast_img read more

More Ebola in DRC as nurse’s murder halts efforts in Vuhovi

first_imgThe Ebola outbreak in North Kivu and Ituri provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) grew by 5 cases today, according to the daily update from the country’s ministry of health.There are now 853 cases (788 confirmed and 65 probable), including 531 deaths, and 177 cases are still under investigation. The new confirmed cases include three in Katwa and one each in Kyondo and Kalunguta.Also reported today were two community deaths in confirmed cases in Katwa. Community deaths raise the risk of transmission.The ministry of health also detailed the temporary halting of surveillance activities in Vuhovi, after a nurse from the Bisongo health center was abducted and murdered. Officials said a group of unidentified people carried out the attack.”Contrary to certain information that has circulated, the patients of the Vuhovi General Reference Hospital have not been hunted, and they continue to be cared for on site,” the health ministry said, adding that it is encouraging health workers to resume outbreak activities.New vaccination campaignToday front-line workers in the Lolwa health zone, which lies between Komanda and Rwampara on the road connecting Beni to Bunia, were vaccinated in a preventive effort, the ministry said.Since August, 82,144 people in the DRC and surrounding countries have been vaccinated with Merck’s rVSV-ZEBOV vaccine. About half of those vaccinations have taken place in Katwa and Beni.Today the World Health Organization (WHO) published an outbreak update and noted that Katwa and Butembo remain the areas of concern.No new cases have been recorded in Beni for more than 3 weeks, but, from Jan 30 to Feb 19, 40 health areas in 12 health zones recorded 79 cases: Katwa (46), Butembo (15), Kyondo (4), Vuhovi (4), Kalunguta (2), Oicha (2), Biena (1), Mabalako (1), Manguredjipa (1), Masereka (1), Mutwanga (1), and Rwampara (1).”Trends in the case incidence have been encouraging; however, other indicators (such as the continued high proportion of community deaths, persistent delays in case detection, documented local travel amongst many cases, and relatively low numbers of cases among contacts under surveillance) suggest a high risk of further chains of transmission in affected communities,” the WHO said.”Response teams must maintain a high degree of vigilance across all areas with declining case and contact tracing activity, as with areas with active cases, to rapidly detect new cases and prevent onward transmission.”The WHO said the case-fatality rate for the outbreak is 62%.Survival trend for favipiravir recipientsIn research news, today the Journal of Infectious Diseases published a retrospective study on survival rates of Ebola patients who received favipiravir in Guinea during the West African Ebola outbreak in 2015.Favipiravir, also known as T-705 or Avigan, is an experimental antiviral drug manufactured by Toyama Chemical of Japan.In the study, the case-fatality rate in favipiravir-treated patients was lower than in untreated patients (31/73 [42.5%] vs 52/90 [57.8%], P = 0.053 in univariate analysis), but the authors write that the effect did not reach statistical significance.See also:Feb 21 DRC reportFeb 21 WHO updateFeb 21 J Infect Dis studylast_img read more

Malzahn expects Spurrier to have Gamecocks ready

first_imgAUBURN – Gus Malzahn may believe in South Carolina far more than Steve Spurrier does.The Gamecocks (4-3, 2-3 SEC) haven’t shown anything in the last month to suggest they can beat fifth-ranked Auburn (5-1, 2-1), but Malzahn believes the ol’ ball coach will have his team ready Saturday.“He’s a great competitor,” Malzahn said. “He’s one of the better coaches to ever come through the SEC. You know he’ll have his team ready. I told our players this the other day, like I said, they were ranked in the top 10 to start the season for a reason. They’ve won 11 games, what, two or three years straight. They’ve got good players. We expect to get their best.”[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s8kJQqFsnc&w=560&h=315%5DMalzahn has the utmost respect and admiration for Spurrier. He wears a visor because of him. Fell in love with his style of play going back to Spurrier’s ‘Fun ‘n Gun” offense at Florida. Wishes he had a golf game like Spurrier, too.“He’s better than I am,” Malzahn said to the amusement of reporters Tuesday. “I don’t like that.”Spurrier is probably wishing they were playing 18 holes Saturday instead of four quarters at Jordan-Hare Stadium. South Carolina is a 17.5-point underdog.“Weve got to play our A-game, bring our A-game and see if we can get break or two,” Spurrier said during his Tuesday press conference in Columbia. “And see what happens at Auburn on Saturday night.”Auburn has been simmering for two weeks after losing at now No. 1 Mississippi State. The Tigers can’t afford another loss if they want to play for a conference and national title. So Spurrier can be certain the Gamecocks are going to get Auburn’s best.Malzahn admires Spurrier, but he’s studied him, too. With two weeks to prepare, he’s going to have the Tigers ready for this one. South Carolina is 89th nationally in run defense (181.7 yards allowed per game), which doesn’t bode well against Auburn’s read-option running game. The Tigers are averaging 262 yards to rank 13th in country in rushing.[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBoMvyMq0S4&w=560&h=315%5DPlus Spurrier is 0-5 against Auburn as a head coach at South Carolina. The Gamecocks are 1-9-1 all-time versus the Tigers. I love Spurrier’s wit, charm and coaching ability, but this is a tall order for him to overcome.This is when he has been at his best, but South Carolina doesn’t looked like a team capable of rising to the moment to beat a formidable team even with Spurrier on the sidelines.“You got to believe you’ve got a chance if your team plays very well,” Spurrier said. “So we’re going with the idea that we’re going to get in a battle with them. We know we’ve got to play well offensively, defensively and on special teams. Hopefully they’ll drop the ball a little bit. Something good like that will happen for us.”The reason South Carolina was ranked ninth in the preseason AP poll is because it won 11 games in each of the last three seasons. Even though the Gamecocks hadn’t won an SEC title, it seemed primed to achieve that goal this year.Somehow it got lost the Gamecocks lost their most talented player — defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Say what you want about his desire or playing cautious to stay healthy for the NFL, but Clowney going at 80 percent was better than anyone else on the team going 100. So that was a much bigger loss than anyone cared to admit.On top of that, the Gamecocks lost starting quarterback Connor Shaw and 2013 leading receiver Bruce Ellington. Plus they had more holes to fill on defense outside of having to replace the eventual top overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.So when Texas A&M came to Columbia where South Carolina had won 18 games in a row, 19 looked to be money in the bank. Johnny Manziel was now in the NFL. This Kenny Hill guy couldn’t beat the Gamecocks in their home stadium, right?Then Hill just beat South Carolina like a drum. He threw for a school-record 511 yards and three touchdowns in leading Aggies to what was then considered an upset victory The win has decreased in value because of how the Gamecocks done since.Now beating No. 6 Georgia was big. Even though the Bulldogs will forever second guess not giving Todd Gurley the ball in the red zone late in the game, that was a typically Spurrier win. So at that time, I thought the Gamecocks were about to get it going.Then I watched the Vanderbilt game.South Carolina was down 14-0 in the first quarter and gave up two kickoffs for touchdowns to the SEC’s worst team. The Gamecocks wound up winning, 48-34, but it just wasn’t a good showing – and things haven’t gotten any better.South Carolina has lost its last two conference games with one coming against traditional SEC bottom dweller Kentucky. The Wildcats are much improved, but South Carolina hadn’t lost more than two games in each of its previous three seasons.The Gamecocks dropped to 3-3 after that defeat. They beat FCS school Furman last week, but that’s not a season-turning win.Beating Auburn would be. I honestly thought by this time in the season, South Carolina would be on a roll. The Gamecocks are from that, but if there is one coach who can pull off the upset when no one thinks he can, it’s the ol ball coach.“We’re going to give it our best shot and see what happens,” Spurrier said.So Malzahn has reason to be concerned.last_img read more

Gordhan congratulates new IMF head

first_img30 June 2011 South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has congratulated Christine Lagarde on her appointment as managing director of the International Monetary Fund, while calling for the body to give more say to emerging countries.“As the global economy continues to be plagued with persistent economic challenges, the role of the IMF has and will continue to become crucial to global co-ordination and crisis management,” Gordhan said in a statement on Wednesday.“I am confident that Ms Lagarde will be able to actively enhance that role even-handedly and effectively.”The French finance minister was named the first ever woman head of the IMF on Tuesday.The IMF should continue to focus on certain issues to “further strengthen its relevance and legitimacy among all member countries”, Gordhan said.This included transferring quota shared to emerging and developing countries to give them more weight in IMF decisions.He also called for a commitment that the next head of the IMF need not come from Europe.“Small countries should have appropriate voice. Since the global crisis, small countries have faced particular challenges that require greater attention from the IMF,” Gordhan said.He called for more diversity in IMF staff in terms of their nationality, gender, and academic and professional backgrounds and improved surveillance of important advanced economies.The IMF’s top job has been held by a European for 65 years.Sapalast_img read more

Columbia man accused of violent attacking his wife

first_imgA Columbia man is accused of violently attacking his wife.Mark Autenrieth was booked into Boone County Jail early Friday morning.Investigators say he forced his way into his wife’s home on Crestwood Court near Midway on Thursday. He does not have permission to be there. He then allegedly punched his wife in the face, slammed her against a door, and threw knives at her but missed.last_img

Napoli: ‘Not a punitive retreat’

first_img Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Napoli have released a new statement, insisting “the training retreat was constructive and not punitive,” though players and Carlo Ancelotti don’t seem to agree. The club remains in chaos after the squad rebelled against orders to continue the training retreat at the Castelvolturno ground, known in Italy as a ‘ritiro.’ Napoli announced they would take legal action against the squad, which may well include docking their wages, but a new statement was released this evening. “With reference to the news stories that appeared today and over the last few days referring to the first team training retreat, the club is surprised at the way some media outlets erroneously qualified it as a ‘punitive retreat.’ “President De Laurentiis stated on Radio Kiss Kiss on November 4 in very clear and unequivocal fashion: “This is a constructive retreat and not a punitive one.” “A ritiro, an expression summing up the complex mode of training, destined to help the players rediscover their concentration and necessary motivation ahead of two important and delicate matches.” However, the memo doesn’t seem to have reached Ancelotti – who said in a press conference on Monday that he did not agree with the decision to impose a retreat – and the players, who rebelled. Sky Sport Italia suggested the anger also came from the fact President Aurelio De Laurentiis imposed the decision upon them with no warning or explanation.last_img read more

‘I wanted to do something different’

first_imgAnshu Jamsenpa, the only mother to have scaled mount Everest thrice, is ready for an encore.Her eyes have an impulsive spark that belies a calm exterior. Anshu Jamsenpa, 35, mountaineer extraordinaire and mother of two, is all set to attempt a double ascent of Mount Everest, breaking her previous record,Anshu Jamsenpa, the only mother to have scaled mount Everest thrice, is ready for an encore.Her eyes have an impulsive spark that belies a calm exterior. Anshu Jamsenpa, 35, mountaineer extraordinaire and mother of two, is all set to attempt a double ascent of Mount Everest, breaking her previous record of ten days. Her name may be unfamiliar and her lovely, dimpled visage even more, because that’s just the fate of non-mainstream sports achievers.She has been feted at official events and is one of the many nominees of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, but continues to be dogged by obscurity. Not that she minds it in the least, but if recognition helps the cause closest to her heart-the early commissioning of National Institute of Mountaineering and Allied Sports (NIMAS) – she’s game.Ironically, it was an Oil India Ltd poster claiming fame on her behalf that connected her with businessman CS Chalam of CCMPL. Inspired by Jamsenpa’s resilience, he furthered her cause by sponsoring the first tier of her ascent and tying up with crowd funding community Catapooolt. Jamsenpa’s was a classic case of an unsung hero that Catapooolt took up with a vengeance. Overnight, webpages professing admiration and support for her sprang up. The going looks good, but she still has some way to go till the entire amount of Rs 35.3 lakh is collected.Catapooolt Managing Director Satish Kataria says, “What we’ve done is broken up the entire journey into metres and people can fund each of these for Rs 399. Hers is a very inspiring story and this gives people the opportunity to feel like they are part of it.”advertisementFor Jamsenpa, it all started seven years ago when a group of climbers organised a rock-climbing session in Bomdila, the place she calls home. The picturesque town poisedon the upper reaches of Arunachal Pradesh has its fair share of adventure seekers and bird-watchers. It’s famed for orchids, bird sanctuaries and lush apple orchards.Undaunted by the forbidding rock face, Jamsenpa, then a mere slip of a girl with no prior mountaineering experience whatsoever, tried her hand at rappelling and finished with a flourish. Marvelling at her lithe athleticism, the trekking programme organisers beckoned her over. She was genuinely surprised when they told her she had a natural flair for climbing.That was when the seed of an outrageous idea was planted in her mind. Not completely trusting in her abilities but keen to attempt the impossible, she enrolled herself in a fifteen-day adventure session in Manipurfollowed by a beginner and advanced mountaineering course. Her husband, a leading tour operator in the area, could only admire her pluck.Jamsenpa’s stored every detail of her first climb, no matter how bittersweet or heart-wrenching in her memory – the biting wind, the parka she wore, the climber who collapsed right before her eyes even as they watched on helplessly. She narrates the mind-numbing experience, making constant references to her sherpa’s fortitude, though it was she who insisted that they push forward in foul weather. Most of the other climbers had made their way back to Base Camp 2 when she realised they were the only two to have covered considerable ground. At the sherpa’s suggestion that they turn back, she was overcome, feeling a lump as big as an icy boulder in her throat. In a moment, she had pulled herself together, resolute and clear-eyed, telling her sherpa, “it’s now or never”.They finished the final part of the ascent in a mere 45 minutes, a distance that takes even seasoned climbers two hours. On their way down, her sherpa said, ‘Anshu, based on your fitness and technical ability, I assure you that you can climb not once, but twice.’ She nodded noncommittally, but she’d already made up her mind and couldn’t wait to have another go. Her plan of doing it within a week was delayed owing to bureaucratic formalities, as was her spontaneous decision to join some climbers on a paragliding episode from the peak. This time she’s not taking any chances with paperwork.She wants to combat the easy obliviousness of people when it comes to the environment. “It’s not that they aren’t aware, it’s just that it’s more convenient to ignore the truth,” she says of her run-ins with fellow townspeople over littering. From rescue techniques to basic recycling practices, her love for adventure sports has lent her a deeper appreciation for the wilderness. It’s hard to inculcate such priorities, she agrees, but that won’t stop her from trying. Her daughters are now 14 and 10, old enough to understand the gravity of what their mother has undertaken. She admits candidly that the one thing she’s proud of is setting an example for them. She says her two favourite adventure sports are river rafting and paragliding and attributes her fitness to a dedicated yoga routine supplemented by power walking. The one sport she’s always been keen to take up is motor car racing. We can’t imagine a better sport to give her an adrenaline rush after the thrill of conquering Mount Everest.HOW TO SELECT THERIGHT MOUNTAINEERING COURSEPick a month-long course over a two week-long moduleThe two-week module offers only a combination of adventure courses and mountaineering basicsBe prepared for gruelling sessions to familiarise yourself with equipmentThe course includes pointers on basic weather predictionadvertisementTOP MOUNTAINEERING INSTITUTES IN INDIANehru Institute of Mountaineering, UttarkashiHimalayan MountaineeringInstitute, DarjeelingAtal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Mountaineering & Allied Sports, ManaliJawahar Institute ofMountaineering, PahalgamSGMI, Gangtoklast_img read more

IPL 2018, RCB vs SRH: RCB one step away from elimination

first_imgVirat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) face another must-win situation when they take on already-qualified table toppers Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in Bangalore on Thursday.After registering successive victories over Delhi Daredevils and Kings XI Punjab, RCB are a rejuvenated unit while SRH have been the team to beat this season, having won nine matches out of 12.RCB are still languishing at the second last position on the table, while SRH are on top of the table with 18 points.RCB lost seven of their 12 matches so far but the recent turnaround have rekindled hopes of a possible shot at the play-offs albeit some other results also going their way.Kohli and ace South African batsman AB De Villiers are RCB’s key players as far as the batting in concerned.The pair have combined to pile up nearly half of RCB’s total runs this season but the side needs bigger contributions from the likes of Moeen Ali and Corey Anderson.Kohli has led from the front with 514 runs in 12 games.De Villiers (358 runs) is next to him, although he has played two games less than the Indian captain.RCB’s bowling is spearheaded by India pacer Umesh Yadav who has looked in inspired form this term.Umesh has delivered for the team, taking 17 wickets so far.Coming to the away side, SRH depend quite a lot on opener Shikhar Dhawan (369 runs) and skipper Kane Williamson (544 runs) for inspiration.Williamson has been a top leader since David Warner was ruled out of the IPL due to his role in the ball tampering incident.advertisementThe New Zealand captain would look to consolidate the team’s top spot and ensure a top-two finish at the end of the league stage.Apart from Dhawan and Williamson, Yusuf Pathan (186), Manish Pandey (189) and Shakib-Al-Hasan (166) have also chipped in at crunch situations for SRH.The former champions’ bowling has been their strength with the likes of Siddharth Kaul (13 wickets), Bhuvneshwar Kumar (8), Sandeep Sharma (8), leg-spinner Rashid Khan (13) and Shakib-Al-Hasan (12) adding a lot of variety to their arsenal.Teams:RCB: Virat Kohli (Captain), Quinton de Kock (WK), Brendon McCullum, AB de Villiers, Sarfaraz Khan, Mandeep Singh, Chris Woakes, Washington Sundar, Kulwant Khejroliya, Umesh Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Colin de Grandhomme, Moeen Ali, Manan Vohra, Aniket Choudhary, Navdeep Saini, Murugan Ashwin, Pawan Negi, Mohammed Siraj, Corey Anderson, Parthiv Patel (WK), Aniruddha Joshi, Pavan Deshpande, Tim Southee.SRH: Kane Williamson (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Manish Pandey, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Wriddhiman Saha (WK), Siddharth Kaul, Deepak Hooda, Khaleel Ahmed, Sandeep Sharma, Yusuf Pathan, Shreevats Goswami, Ricky Bhui, Basil Thampi, T Natarajan, Sachin Baby, Bipul Sharma, Mehdi Hasan, Tanmay Agarwal, Alex Hales, Carlos Brathwaite, Rashid Khan, Shakib Al Hasan, Mohammad Nabi, Chris Jordan.(With inputs from IANS)last_img read more

LeBron James FaceTime’d Carlos Hyde After His Dominant Performance vs. Minnesota

first_imgLeBron James cheers on the Ohio State football team.LeBron James Ohio StateCleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James is a known Ohio State fan. Apparently, he also roots for Buckeyes alums at the next level, too.After former Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde, now a San Francisco 49er, lit up the Minnesota Vikings for 168 yards and two touchdowns, James reached out via FaceTime to congratulate him. Via 49ers.com:In a recent sit-down interview, the San Francisco 49ers running back said that besides hearing from his mom, his favorite postgame call or text came from a certain NBA superstar.“I heard from LeBron James. Me and LeBron have the same trainer, David Alexander, down in Miami,” Hyde said. “After the game I FaceTime’d LeBron and my trainer. They were super hyped.”Here’s the move Hyde pulled that set social media on fire. It was very similar to what OSU wideout Braxton Miller did week one against Virginia Tech.pic.twitter.com/ixWnSqMZRe— BRAXTON MILLER (@BraxtonMiller5) September 15, 2015It’s been quite a week for the former Buckeye. What will he do for an encore?last_img read more