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Street Sense ‘Rising Star’ Gets the ‘Bob’ as Baffert Completes San Vicente Exacta

Street Sense ‘Rising Star’ Gets the ‘Bob’ as Baffert Completes San Vicente Exacta

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‘TDN Rising Star’ CONCERT TOUR (c, 3, Street Sense–Purse Strings, by Tapit) chased the pace and eventually wore down his game stablemate Freedom Fighter (Violence) to provide Bob Baffert with his record 11th GII San Vicente S. title and second in as many years. A 3 1/2-length debut winner Jan. 15, the 2-5 shot stopped the clock in 1:24.06. O/B-Gary & Mary West (Ky). T-Bob Baffert.

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Tom Brady Super Bowl history: Biggest wins and losses, overall record, stats by game



Tom Brady is back in the Super Bowl? Wow, what a shocker!
With another Super Bowl berth this year, the Buccaneers quarterback has now reached the big game in 10 of his 21 NFL seasons. Brady wasn’t the starter during his first professional campaign and tore his ACL in Week 1 of the 2008 season, so he’s basically shooting over 50 percent for his career.

As a member of the Patriots, the 43-year-old won six Super Bowl rings, the most of any player in NFL history. He also holds multiple Super Bowl records that may never be touched — and he’s only going to add to them on Sunday.Before Brady and the Bucs battle Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in Super Bowl 55, let’s take a look back at the GOAT’s incredible Super Bowl resume.MORE: Comparing Brady’s ageless achievements to other great athletesSuper Bowl 36: Patriots 20, Rams 17Brady’s stats: 16-for-27 passing, 145 yards, one TD, zero INTs, 86.2 rating (Super Bowl MVP)In his first Super Bowl appearance, Brady helped the Patriots pull off the upset against the Rams’ “Greatest Show on Turf.” With no timeouts remaining and less than two minutes on the clock, Brady led New England down the field, setting up Adam Vinatieri’s game-winning 48-yard field goal.Not a bad debut, huh?Super Bowl 38: Patriots 32, Panthers 29Brady’s stats: 32-for-48 passing, 354 yards, three TDs, one INT, 100.5 rating (Super Bowl MVP)The script was slightly different, but Brady enjoyed a similar ending in his second trip to the Super Bowl. With the game tied 29-29, Brady did a one-minute drill to put Vinatieri in position for another buzzer-beater.Super Bowl 39: Patriots 24, Eagles 21Brady’s stats: 23-for-33 passing, 236 yards, two TDs, zero INTs, 110.2 ratingThree for three. Brady outdueled Donovan McNabb, whose final desperation heave was picked off by Rodney Harrison to seal a Patriots victory. New England wide receiver Deion Branch earned MVP honors after catching 11 passes from Brady for 133 yards.Super Bowl 42: Giants 17, Patriots 14Brady’s stats: 29-for-48 passing, 266 yards, one TD, zero INTs, 82.5 ratingLook away, Patriots fans.Brady’s first Super Bowl loss was his most painful. The Pats entered the contest hoping to put the finishing touches on a perfect season, but New York’s defense pressured Brady all game long, sacking him five times and limiting New England to just 14 points. On the Giants’ last offensive drive, Eli Manning connected with David Tyree on the “Helmet Catch” and then found Plaxico Burress in the end zone for the game-winning touchdown.Super Bowl 46: Giants 21, Patriots 17Brady’s stats: 27-for-41 passing, 276 yards, two TDs, one INT, 91.1 ratingAs Yogi Berra once said, “It’s like deja vu all over again.”New England captured a 17-9 lead in the second half, but New York responded with 12 unanswered points to jump ahead late in the fourth quarter. Brady guided the Patriots to midfield on the team’s final drive, giving New England a Hail Mary opportunity. Unfortunately for the Pats, Rob Gronkowski couldn’t snag the falling football.Manning 2, Brady 0. Who saw that coming?Super Bowl 49: Patriots 28, Seahawks 24Brady’s stats: 37-for-50 passing, 328 yards, four TDs, two INTs, 101.1 rating (Super Bowl MVP)Brady bounced back after two Super Bowl losses, throwing for 300-plus yards and four scores on his way to his third MVP award. However, this game was remembered not for what Brady did, but rather for what the Seahawks didn’t do.Down by four points with the ball on the New England 1 and only seconds remaining, Seattle elected to pass instead of handing off to Marshawn Lynch. Russell Wilson was then picked off by Malcolm Butler, securing a victory for the Patriots and leaving Seahawks supporters furious.Super Bowl 51: Patriots 34, Falcons 28 (OT)Brady’s stats: 43-for-62 passing, 466 yards, two TDs, one INT, 95.2 rating (Super Bowl MVP)So many 28-3 jokes. SO MANY.With 8:31 on the clock in the third quarter, Atlanta took that now-infamous 25-point lead. The Pats then stormed back to win in overtime behind a stellar performance by Brady, who added Super Bowl MVP No. 4 to his trophy room. Never count out “Touchdown Tom.”Super Bowl 52: Eagles 41, Patriots 33Brady’s stats: 28-for-48 passing, 505 yards, three TDs, zero INTs, 115.4 ratingDespite finishing with the best Super Bowl stat line of his career, Brady walked off the field disappointed following the conclusion of this game. He could have used a few stops from his defense, which struggled to contain . . . Nick Foles?Yes, the Eagles QB played the game of his life, throwing for 373 yards and three touchdowns and catching a TD pass on his way to being named Super Bowl MVP. Super Bowl 53: Patriots 13, Rams 3Brady’s stats: 21-for-35 passing, 262 yards, zero TDs, one INT, 71.4 ratingOof, just an ugly game.
Both the Patriots and the Rams struggled to score, but New England did enough to emerge victorious. This marked Brady’s only Super Bowl appearance without a touchdown pass, though he didn’t seem to care much as he solidified his GOAT status with a record sixth Super Bowl ring. Tom Brady Super Bowl statsRecord: 6-3Passing yards: 2,838*Completions: 256*Pass attempts: 392*Completion percentage: 65.3Passing touchdowns: 18*Interceptions: 6* Super Bowl record.

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Every struggle brings the promise of a new Dom – the Sibley way



If Joe Root’s innings was a masterclass, well-renowned and agreed by all the artists, Dominic Sibley took the paintbrush, unravelled a portrait, never seen before in English cricket from an opener since Sir Alastair Cook.Dominic Sibley walked out to bat, Indian bowlers are sure of his weakness and he only a fortnight before, had suffered one of the worst batting patches of his life, where he notched up scores of 4, 2, 0 in three of his last four innings in Asian conditions. The pressure was always going to be there, devoid of what he has done in the recent past, for comparison with English openers of the past. 
Dawn Dom itself is the most neglected masterpiece of the modern world.
An honest Sibley had admitted about his future in Sri Lanka, his place as the English opener was still a big doubt for the India series. His own admission was he hadn’t had a good series to warrant a place but never during that time, he bowed down. He understood, unlearned his technique and quickly tightened the buckle to get the better one on board, and runs were back with his confidence tagging alongside. If Joe Root’s performance in the sub-continent was mystical, Sibley’s innings was laborious, respectful and aggressive in mixed proportions, the right concoction of things. So when he walked out, it was only going to be natural to think about the three failed scores but for him, the approach, the intent and everything in between pointed towards the unbeaten 56 that he scored in the second Test in Sri Lanka. That gave him the confidence, the will-power required. An award for honesty is what he would end up with, not aesthetics or neither would he end up as one of the best looking batsmen in the Rooted world. He doesn’t drive the ball as cleanly as Ian Bell, doesn’t have the sweep like Kevin Pietersen or Joe Root and isn’t as elegant as Sir Alastair Cook but has something in common, patience. If patience and hard-work are combined as a single portion, then Sibley has already consumed it, in plenty to not just survive on the first day in Chennai but to thrive at the same time. He hasn’t given up once, something that has been a constant theme of his short yet enigmatic English career. In such conditions, it was always fallible for him to go for the booming drive or the audacious sweep but his calculations have been that perfect, that major calculator companies have looked at him in awe. This innings would take him back to Cape Town, where his ground efforts were required for the Three Lions. It might have been Ben Stokes who walked away with a man of the match but his innings ensured that they were not just nutty but gritty in their approach. On the first day in Chennai, there were more loose balls than what he capitalized on, which shows that patience is a virtue that he not only values more but has optimised the way he works around it. Spin had been his weaker point, with dismissals across the board to Yasir Shah and Lasith Embuldeniya, in between five wickets but that was his last pending one, which now is duly cleared. A brief period on the first day, there was an iota of doubt in his mind when he first faced Ravichandran Ashwin but never a doubt over his own abilities and qualities. But often during that phase, his second innings in Galle popped up, where he faced every delivery from a spinner. To add to all of that, his memory, which has served right across his career – pointed that he had faced Ashwin before, be it in England but his memory which served him right, had helped him battle the challenge. 42 off 131, he had scored in that innings, which paved the way for his batting in Chennai. It wasn’t any different, in Chennai either. “Watching Joe [bat against spin] makes you feel inadequate, the way he’s played has been incredible. Tough net sessions with Jacques [Kallis], trying to change things mid-series took courage, paid off today. When Joe got out I thought I need to be here at the end. Pleased to end the tour on a high note. Was in a dark place the other night so to get some runs is a relief,” he said after his innings in Sri Lanka. Watch the words – tough net sessions, trying to change things mid-series and courage – three things that could be well associated with the right-hander, who slowly has climbed his way to success, even in alienist conditions. Tough, gritty but smart – would best define the Warwickshire man and the fact that he is keen to learn makes it even better. For a man perennially known for knocking the ball to his leg-side, leg-side came very few and in between on the first day, where he looked to knock the ball on the go. If Root was sweeping it at the other end, the right-hander was busy hustling and bustling down the ground, finding boundaries and in turn, potentially eliminating any sort of turn, that could harm his confidence. His ability to pin-point towards his weakness, pre-series, pre-game, in the middle of a great partnership is inordinate and well pronounced. He wouldn’t be the most pleasing of batsman to the purists’ eyes, he won’t be the brisket of run-scorers but the way he goes on with his painting showcases art and skill that is less often found in international cricket as an opener. If Pujara does it for India, Sibley has not just done it but aced it in the toughest conditions – in India – against India in possibly what could be a defining innings of his life, even though he didn’t get a triple-figure score. The Sibley-phase went on from dawn to dusk – saw several weather changes, bowling changes and more importantly, saw a mindset shift from jitters to a confident man as he was only fittingly dismissed by Bumrah’s honing skills – his searing yorker. If only the crowd were present at the Chepauk, they would have reminded Sibley of why he is playing the game in the first place, with thunderous applause. Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .

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Nine man Toon grab heroic win, Toffees snatch last gasp draw at Old Trafford

First weekend in February and another round of Premier League fixtures, Saturday brought us five more games from around the country, starting with the lunchtime kick off at Villa Park as Villa welcomed Arsenal to the Midlands…
Aston Villa 1 Arsenal 0
Both sides came into this one off the back of disappointing defeats, Villa were beaten at home by an in-form Jesse Lingard powered West Ham side, whilst Arsenal suffered their first loss in eight games at Molineux against an out of form Wolves side, and ended that game with nine men too, so they were looking for better luck here. Less than two minutes in and Villa had the lead, as a mix up in the Gunners defence allowed Bertrand Traore to run onto the ball and cross for Ollie Watkins who saw his effort deflect off Rob Holding and past Matt Ryan in the Arsenal goal, not a good start for the visitors that was for sure, in fact it wasn’t a great first half for the Gunners if truth be told.
They improved after the break though but found the Villa back line, led by Tyrone Mings, a tough nut to crack, and although Villa had chances to seal the deal, they held on to record a very good win and bounce back from there midweek defeat. For Mikel Arteta, who was upset with the referee after the game as he felt some decisions had not gone their way, and Arsenal though it’s back-to-back defeats and rightly or wrongly the pressure will begin to mount on him and them once again no doubt.
 
Two more games took place in the afternoon slot, Brighton travelled to Turf Moor to take on Burnley, whilst Newcastle hosted a Southampton side still smarting from that defeat at Old Trafford…
Burnley 1 Brighton 1
Burnley’s form has stuttered in the last week or so, although back-to-back defeats against Chelsea and then Man City was probably expected, and they welcome a Brighton side to their North West home who have netted back-to-back wins against Spurs and Liverpool, although remember Burnley also won at Anfield prior to that. It was The Seagulls who grabbed the lead eight minutes before half time as Lewis Dunk rose unchallenged to head home a corner, but eight minutes after the break Burnley levelled when Johann Gudmundsson drove home after Robert Sanchez had kept out an Ashley Barnes effort.  With no further goals it meant both sides had to settle for a point in this one, and it’s a point which takes both sides a bit further away from the bottom three.
 
Newcastle United 3 Southampton 2
The Magpies suffered a disappointing loss to Palace in midweek, failing to build on that excellent win at Everton last weekend, but they are playing much better football over the last two and a half games, so this is an improvement.  They were up against a Southampton side who are really struggling at the moment, and that 9-0 reverse in midweek probably still haunts them, it had been a depleted squad although Jan Bednarek will be available after his red card was overturned, so a bit of positive news, even if it is small.
On the quarter hour mark The Saints were breached as Allan Saint-Maximin, making his first start for some time, burst in down the left and squared a ball to Joe Willock, who was making his debut for Newcastle, side foot a first time effort into the net, and twenty-five minutes in Newcastle had a second when Saint-Maximin laid a ball back to Miguel Almiron and he sent an effort at goal and Bednarek saw it come off him and end up in his own net for his second own goal in as many games, nothing was going right for the Saints it seemed, whilst for Newcastle they were in dreamland. However, just before the half hour mark Southampton were back in this game as another debutant, Takumi Minamino, received a pass Ryan Bertrand before charging past Isaac Hayden and ramming a brilliant effort beyond Karl Darlow into the roof of the net, and the hosts were then dealt a blow when Callum Wilson hobbled off injured and joined Javier Manquillo as a first half injury, not what the hosts needed.
But The Saints shot themselves in the foot deep into added on time at the end of the first half when a poor pass from keeper Alex McCarthy to Bertrand saw Almiron nip in to take it off the defender and run through and slot beyond a red faced McCarthy and into the net and give Newcastle a two goal cushion at the break. Southampton needed an early goal back in the second half and they got in after James Ward-Prowse curled home a wonderful free-kick, and it was very much game on, and then moments later the hosts were down to ten men after Jeff Hendrick needlessly pulled back Minimino and was given a second yellow, and the game had changed in a moment. It meant Newcastle had to revert to a more defensive shape, which meant Southampton were applying all the pressure, and then Fabian Schar was stretchered off with a knee injury after a coming together, meaning the hosts would have to play the final fifteen minutes or so with nine men. The hosts dug in and soaked up an immense amount of pressure from the Saints, and they saw the game out to record a heroic win and grabbed a superb three points.  A fabulous game of football played in terrible conditions, will be no consolation for Southampton who end a rather poor week with another defeat.
Onto the evening games now, beginning at Craven Cottage as Fulham took on West Ham in a London derby, and then the day would end at Old Trafford, scene of that record equalling score line in midweek, and Man United welcomed Everton to Manchester this time round…
Fulham 0 West Ham United 0
The Cottagers are desperate for the points now after hitting a rather baron run of form lately, and the gap to safety is increasing by the week, but they would have their work cut out against a West Ham side who are flying right now, and with the addition of Lingard look even better than they did before, but it’s a London Derby, so form goes out of the window right? Fulham certainly started brightly, but once West Ham settled, they had the best two chances of the half with an Aaron Cresswell ball just invading the sliding Jarrod Bowen, and then a Tomas Soucek header going over the bar, although Fulham did end the first half stronger and saw a Ademola Lookman effort struck just wide, but it was a half which yielded very little in the way of shots on target, with Fulham registering the only one late on in the half with an Ivan Cavaleiro header.
A rather scrappy London derby thus far then, would it improve after the break? Fulham began the second half the brighter, just like the first, but saw a brilliant chance squandered by Ruben Loftus-Cheek, before Vladimir Coufal then thumped a header against the Cottagers bar down the other end, meaning the game remained finely poised and goalless going into the final quarter. Fulham missed further chances through Bobby Decordova-Reid and Cavaleiro, before Scott Park brought on Aleksandar Mitrovic and new loan signing Josh Maja to try and find a goal they so desperately needed, a point was not enough quite frankly, so had to gamble. The gamble didn’t pay off, but sadly this wasn’t to be the main talking of the contest, as VAR and Lee Mason decided to draw Mike Dean’s attention to a clash between Soucek and Mitrovic as they waited for a West Ham free kick to come into the box. Soucek tried to pull his arm up and out of the way and caught Mitrovic in the face with his elbow, total accident, and no malice, but after Mason asked Dean to go over and look at it on the monitor, they decided to show Soucek a straight red, absolutely farcical, and a worry that they can decide it was a red. Anyway, it ended goalless and both sides picked up a point, West Ham would certainly have been happier with it whereas Fulham need more than single points, and they have an eight-point gap to safety now. But that red card, my word…
Manchester United 3 Everton 3
United would have been full of confidence after that extraordinary result in midweek, but they welcomed a tricky Everton outfit to Old Trafford who had bounced back from their disappointing loss against Newcastle last weekend to record victory at Leeds in midweek in what at times was a backs to the wall effort from Carlo Ancelotti’s side, so they knew how to dig in, so they may have needed those skills in this one too. This of course was the 63rd anniversary of the Munich air disaster which decimated the United squad amongst others, so this is a poignant day for the club so they most certainly would have wanted to win here on this day no doubt, so could they defeat Everton here and do it for those who lost their lives in that awful day in 1958?
Just past the midway point of the first half, United led, as a wonderful ball in from Marcus Rashford to the far post gave Edinson Cavani the simplest of headers to convert, although the Reds did lose Paul Pogba to a thigh injury in the first period, meaning Fred had to come on to take his place. The hosts were to end the first half in spectacular fashion though after Bruno Fernandes curled a wonderful effort over Robin Olsen and into the far corner of the net from outside the box, it was an exquisite piece of skill from the Portuguese star, and United had a two-goal cushion going into the half time break. Everton though got themselves right back into the game three minutes after the break when Dom Calvert-Lewin got in behind Harry Maguire and his ball across was parried out by David De Gea and Abdoulaye Doucoure was on hand to turn the loose ball home, De Gea should have done better but Everton now had hope.
And moments later Everton was on level terms just like that as Doucoure played a ball into James Rodriguez who took a touch and slammed a wonderful finish past De Gea, and this game had changed in an instant!!! United regrouped though and thought they had netted a winner with twenty minutes to go when a free kick swung in by Luke Shaw saw Scott McTominay flick a header towards goal and Olsen slipped and saw the ball go beyond him and into the net, but five minutes into stoppage time Lucas Digne swung a ball into the hosts box and United could not deal with it and the ball broke to Calvert-Lewin who beat De Gea to the lose ball to slot underneath him and earn The Toffees an unlikely point, what a way to finish Saturday’s action in the Premier League!!!!
Let’s see how today’s action effects the table…

Everton’s last gasp leveller means United do not go level on points with City at the top, meaning a two-point lead for the current league leaders, and the point for Everton takes them into sixth. Villa are up to eighth following their victory over Arsenal, whilst Newcastle heroic efforts today see them ten points clear of the drop zone now.  And with Burnley and Brighton drawing and Fulham failing to beat West Ham, the gap to the bottom three is now eight points, and with the bottom two further back, it’s looking like they are going to all need to win most of their remaining games to have any chance of survival.
These are the remaining games coming this weekend…
Sunday, February 7
Tottenham Hotspur v West Bromwich Albion (12pm)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Leicester City (2pm)
Liverpool v Manchester City (4.30pm)
Sheffield United v Chelsea (7.15pm)
Monday, February 8
Leeds United v Crystal Palace (8pm)
Spurs can climb back into the top seven with victory over a West Brom side who need three points, whilst there is a Midlands derby at Molineux with Leicester looking for the points to go level with second-placed Man United.  And then at Anfield comes the biggie, as Liverpool simply have a must-win game at home to Man City, City could go five clear at the top if they win and pretty much rule Liverpool out of the race in doing so, whilst the final game of Sunday sees Thomas Tuchel take his unbeaten record as manager of Chelsea to bottom side Sheffield United looking for a third straight win to take The Blues into fifth spot.
And on Monday night the round ends with Leeds looking to get into the top ten with victory over a Palace side who can also do the same with a win.  Stay tuned as they say…

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Honeysuckle cut to 11-4 for Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham Festival



Henry De Bromhead’s Honeysuckle cut to odds of 11-4 for Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham Festival after defending Irish Champion Hurdle crownHoneysuckle was cut to 11-4 second favourite for the Champion Hurdle in MarchShe defended Irish Champion Hurdle crown at Leopardstown with a clinical winHoneysuckle produced performance to extend her unbeaten record to 10 racesBy Marcus Townend For The Mail On Sunday Published: 17:32 EST, 6 February 2021 | Updated: 17:36 EST, 6 February 2021 Honeysuckle was cut to 11-4 second favourite for the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham in March after she defended her crown in the Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown with a clinical and decisive victory.After Honeysuckle landed the race 12 months ago, concerns her jumping was not slick enough prompted her team to aim her at a winning shot at the 2m 4f grade one Mares’ Hurdle at the Festival.But trainer Henry De Bromhead signalled a clash with Epatante in the ultimate hurdling challenge is now on the cards after a Honeysuckle produced a complete performance to extend her unbeaten record to 10 races under jockey Rachael Blackmore to beat Abacadabras 10 lengths. Honeysuckle was cut to 11-4 second favourite for Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham in March Honeysuckle defended her crown in the Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown on SaturdayDe Bromhead said: ‘That was brilliant and what we hoped she’d do. I’d say that would be up there with her best performances but she has put in a few good ones.’Asked about a potential shot at the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham, De Bromhead said would need to consult with owner Kenny Alexander but added: ‘You’d have to feel that we’d be leaning that way.’None of Honeysuckle’s five opponents looked like laying a glove on her after Blackmore pressed on from the front four hurdles from home.Blackmore and De Bromhead will try to press their Cheltenham Gold Cup claims with Minella Indo in Sunday afternoon’s Irish Gold Cup.Meanwhile Chacun Pour Soi is odds-on favourite for the Queen Mother Champion Chase after winning the Ladbrokes Dublin Chase for the second year running with an electric performance. It was one of three grade one wins for trainer Willie Mullins and jockey Paul Townend who also landed the Arkle Novices’ Chase with the impressive Energumene and 2m 6f novice hurdle with Gaillard Du Mesnil.Native River, the 2018 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, was cut to 16-1 to win the race again after relishing testing conditions to win the Cotswold Chase at Sandown. Runner-up Bristol De Mai will be aimed at the Grand National.While Bangkok booked a trip to the Saudi Cup in Saudi Arabia as he sealed his second successive Winter Derby Trial Stakes at Lingfield. Honeysuckle produced a complete performance to extend her unbeaten record to 10 races
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CANDY MAN ROCKET (c, 3, Candy Ride Arg–Kenny Lane, by Forestry) led home a one-two for the Bill Mott barn with a press-and-pounce 3/4-length score in Saturday’s GIII Sam F. Davis S. Pasco S. winner Nova Rags (Union Rags) followed home his stablemate and just edged out the somewhat green Hidden Stash (Constitution). The final time was 1:44.30. Seventh in his sloppy, sprint debut at Churchill Nov. 22, Candy Man Rocket cruised by 9 1/4 lengths sprinting at Gulfstream Jan. 9. Sales history: $190,000 RNA wnlg KEENOV ’18; $70,000 RNA ylg KEESEP ’19; $250,000 2yo OBSAPR ’20.O-Frank Fletcher Racing Operations, Inc. B-R. S. Evans (KY). T-William I. Mott.

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Super Bowl logo has become ‘corporate, soulless’ like ‘NFL itself’



Anybody who examines the history of Super Bowl logos will notice a trend that began in 2010.
The archive of Super Bowl logos on Sportslogos.net displays the evolution of the design for each year of the NFL’s title game. The first 12 logos featured similar designs before the league got more creative and colorful. In the 1990s, in particular, designers went all out in creating unique brands for Super Bowls.

Then the league unveiled the logo for Super Bowl 45 in Arlington, Texas, and announced it had partnered with design company Landor, which has handled the design of the Super Bowl logos ever since.And it shows.MORE: Top 10 Super Bowls of all timeThe Super Bowl logos since that partnership began have featured roughly the same look: mostly grey, featurning the Lombardi Trophy and (for the first six years) something that involved the city.In recent designs, the logo has become even more standardized with the design simply adding another I as the Roman numerals continue to grow. The logo for Super Bowl 55 follows a similar theme with the Lombardi trophy after the Roman numeral L followed by the rest of the Roman numerals.

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Landor released the following statement soon after it partnered with the league:
“The NFL has historically introduced a dramatically different Super Bowl logo every year based primarily on the location of the game, and using roman numerals for greatest impact. Landor’s strategy for the new visual identity system places at the heart of it the Vince Lombardi trophy, given to the Super Bowl’s winning team each year. Depending on the NFL event, the new system allows for complementary elements to be introduced. The released version, for the Arlington 2011 Super Bowl XLV, is the first example of a region-specific identity which will include each year’s stadium venue and the roman numerals to designate the event. This system affords the NFL consistency from year to year, regardless of the playoff event.”
Sporting News reached out to Landor, which chose not to comment for this story.MORE: Top 10 Super Bowl-winning teams”The overall stifling of creativity that we’re seeing more and more across all sports effectively sterilizes the entire design industry,” Chris Creamer, the founder of Sportslogos.net, told Sporting News. “I mean, sure, I can certainly understand why they’d want to go this route — it’s easier, it’s got to be less expensive, and it’s a way to increase brand awareness with a consistent look. But what it’s ultimately doing is forcing us all to stick with a single design cooked up over a decade ago, despite any evolution in society’s tastes and industry trends.”The NFL is far from the only league who’s tried to standardize a logo from year-to-year; it’s just that they’ve taken the most drastic shift from creative and unique each year to rigid and lifeless.”Todd Radom, who designed the logo for Super Bowl 38 and had a hand in designing the logo for Super Bowl 39, spoke to SN about the development of the logo.”Sports is all about passion and color and energy,” he said. “The current logo is a beautifully rendered illustration, but it’s colorless and static, corporate and soulless; all metaphors for many — fairly or otherwise— for the NFL itself.”MORE: Strangest moments in Super Bowl historyFrom Super Bowl 45 to Super Bowl 49, there was no color in the logos. Just recently did Landor start incorporating color, but only a little.In contrast, the logo for Super Bowl 33, for example, featured six distinct colors. Radom said that logo is among his favorites, including those of Super Bowls 14 and 17, because those logos had “a defined sense of place and time.”Said Radom when asked what makes a good Super Bowl logo: “A sense of excitement and bigness, and a structurally sound logo that’s going to resonate with fans at retail. Something that can animate well on broadcast and on our devices, a logo that can peel apart into smaller logos for optimal versatile usage and, hopefully someday, something that gives us back the feeling of time and place that we have lost along the way.”Creamer also noted the lack of homage to the host cities in the logos for Super Bowl 51-53.”Just compare the logo of Super Bowl 28 featuring a giant peach with this year’s rehash,” Creamer said, referring to 2019’s logo. “It’s hard to imagine the same city hosted both of these games.”A good Super Bowl logo needs to clearly represent the city or region that’s hosting the game. These communities pour a lot of time, money and other resources into staging the game. It’s only fair for the league to throw some love back at them. It should be a pretty simple task, including the individual host elements, including a relevant color scheme, combined with the change in Roman numerals from game to game takes care of most of that on its own.”

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But, as Radom says, “Change is inevitable, especially as visual trends and digital technology evolve.”Roger Goodell will not be the NFL commissioner forever, and whoever replaces him will have a chance to get back to the roots of what made Super Bowl logos fun.”One day we’ll look back on this era, shake our heads, and be glad that it’s done with,” Creamer said. “A time will come where there will be a change in leadership and the new person in charge will realize it’s better to go back to a different design every year.”

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Man Utd 3-3 Everton Player Ratings: McTominay shines as Red Devils thwarted in last-minute


Man Utd failed to move level on points with Man City at the top of the Premier League after drawing 3-3 at home to Everton thanks to a last-minute goal from Dominic Calvert-Lewin.With Man City taking on Liverpool on Sunday, United had the opportunity to close the gap on their city rivals before their next game, and they didn’t take the chance as they dropped two points.Man Utd v Everton: Player Ratings, Match Stats, Player StatsSo which players stood out most?✔️ GOOD PERFORMANCEBruno Fernandes: 7.7Man Utd enjoyed a lot of the ball in the first half and duly earned a deserved goal through Edinson Cavani.Things has quietened down slightly as the second half progressed, but Fernandes ensured Everton went into the break on the backfoot as he made it 2-0 with a quite glorious whipped, dipping strike into the top left corner.He had 78 touches of the ball, and sent 26 passes into the final third, too.It was a fairly pathetic attempt at a challenge.❌ BAD PERFORMANCEDavid de Gea: 4.8Man Utd were comfortably in the game coming out in the second half, but suddenly Everton were given a boost early after the break following a mistake from De Gea, in which he weakly palmed the ball out from a cross straight to the feet of Abdoulaye Doucoure.In the last minute of the game, with the three points close to being in the bag, De Gea failed to come out quickly off his line and confront Calvert-Lewin for Everton’s climactic third.⭐ STAR MANScott McTominay: 8.0McTominay is slowly becoming one of Man Utd’s key men in midfield and that is mainly because he is starting to add goals to his game.The home side looked to be a bit shellshocked after Everton brought things back to 2-2.But, McTominay would prove to be the match winner as it was his glancing header into the bottom corner which restored Man Utd’s lead.His passing in midfield was also excellent, as he completed 65/70 balls to team-mates and won 5/7 duels.Man Utd v Everton: Player Ratings, Match Stats, Player Stats

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ISL 2020-21 | Studs who stole the show – Week 11



Teams are leaving no stones unturned to give their best shot to make a cut to the play-offs as we approach the business end of the Indian Super League. With mouth-watering contests and sensational performances, the last week was lit, which brings us to this edition of ‘Studs who stole the show.’Cleiton Silva (Bengaluru FC)In a season marred by bang average performances, Brazilian Cleiton Silva seems to be the only silver lining for Bengaluru FC, with him performing exceedingly well throughout. With five assists and an equal number of goals scored so far, he is one of the few players to have kept the Blues in the hunt for a top-four finish, even after the turmoil at the club which saw their head coach being sacked. A heated exchange between the playmaker and an SC East Bengal defender hogged the limelight in the previous games, with the nerves having the better of them. It was moments later that Cleiton, on receiving end of a Sunil Chhetri pass, floated a powerful left-footer to pierce the net. The goal set the tone for the rest of the game, as the Blues won their first match in 2021. There’s no doubt Bengaluru FC are progressing to the playoffs without the aid of the South American. Roy Krishna (ATK-Mohun Bagan)The name says it all. While he’s always been in the thick of things for ATK-Mohun Bagan, we always expect something special from him – as per the standards he’s set. With two goals down against Kerala Blasters FC in their previous game, albeit most would have written off the Mariners’ to stage a comeback. But, Roy Krishna possesses the quality to peep beyond normal vision, which makes him so special. Even though debutant Marcelinho scored the opening goal for them, it was a Roy Krishna show from thereon. Having slotted a spot-kick with calmness in the 65th minute, the Fijian scored the winner with a curler after receiving the ball and going past a defender with nimble footwork. ATK-Mohun Bagan had indeed won the game from the jaws of defeat. Having taken his goals tally to nine this season, we hope the foreigner has saved his best for the last, with the playoffs around the corner.While Mumbai City FC’s magical season has been mainly characterized by a star-studded forward line and midfield, we often tend to forget that they have conceded the least number of goals this season. The credit largely goes to the defence and their custodian Amrinder Singh – who probably played his best game against Kerala Blasters FC. If not for the goalkeeper, Mumbai City FC would have easily lost two points or even lost the game, with Kerala Blasters FC charging in from the other end for the last quarter of the game. In fact, Amrinder faced 12 shots on goal, made nine saves, and allowed only one goal in the entire. Till now, he is the best performing goalkeeper this season, with an average of 168.75 minutes per goal conceded, and kept eight clean sheets so far – the joint highest by any player this season. No wonder strikers are going to sweat it out to get the ball past the gloveman in the remainder of the league.Fredrico Gallego (Northeast United FC)It’s not the Uruguayan has found himself on this list with a couple of spot-kicks during their game against FC Goa, but, due to the consistency shown by him in the past few matches, especially at a time when his team needed him the most. Apart from the 2-1 victory over Mumbai City FC, the foreigner has either scored or assisted in four of their last five matches. With an average of more than 37 passes per game, the South American has proved his worth after missing out on four matches due to a hamstring injury in the early stages. Much to the amazement of everyone, the ‘Highlanders’ have kept their hopes alive for the play-offs, with them on par with FC Goa and Hyderabad FC – but trailing by virtue of goal difference. With Khalid Jamil’s men leaping for a top-four finish, Gallego is their trump card to succeed.Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (Bengaluru FC)It’s surprising that we have two goalkeepers on our list this week, but there’s no way we could have left out Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, with a match-saving effort against Chennaiyin FC last Friday evening. Out of the 11 shots he faced, six were on the target and he managed to put away each one of them to help the Blues earn a crucial point in this crucial juncture of the tournament. Not only had he earned the praise of their interim head coach Naushad Moosa, but was also adjourned the player of the match. Even though the Indian international is not in the best of his form, his presence will be more than crucial for the Blues in the remaining matches of the tournament. With 42 saves so far this season, in 16 matches, the glove-man is capable of much more, as evident from his heroics in the past.Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .

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Curlin Filly Bosses Rivals in Suncoast


Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 4:21 pm |
Back to: Top News Updated: February 6, 2021 at 4:24 pm

Favored at 9-5 while making her return to stakes company in Saturday’s Suncoast S. at Tampa Bay Downs, Breeze Easy’s CURLIN’S CATCH (f, 3, Curlin–Catch the Thrill, by A.P. Indy) split horses decisively at the entrance to the home stretch and powered clear to score by about four lengths. Beaten for speed in a scratched-down field of seven, the Ontario-bred raced slightly worse than midfield through the opening stages with a couple of rivals behind. Ridden quietly down the backstretch, she caught the eye when rallying between rivals three furlongs out, took an inside path into the lane and ran out a convincing winner. Pacesetting Be Sneaky (Into Mischief) set a moderate pace and held for second ahead of Il Malocchio (Souper Speedy) in third. Bred on the very potent cross over A.P. Indy-line mares that has been responsible for the likes of champion Stellar Wind and other Grade I winners Global Campaign and Paris Lights, Curlin’s Catch is the 74th black-type winner for her sire. Sales history: $130,000 Ylg ’19 KEESEP; $430.000 2yo ’20 OBSAPR. O-Breeze Easy LLC; B-Sam-Son Farm (ON); T-Mark Casse.

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