first_imgThe home at 101 Sugars Rd, Bellbowrie.The downstairs now has new timber floors and there are all new carpets upstairs. Mr Baker said they had installed an outdoor entertainment area and fixed up the swimming pool.They removed all pavers around the home and concreted those areas and cleared up the back paddocks.“The master bedroom is ridiculously large, so we have our home office and a full desk each set up in there, we will miss the big bedroom and outdoor patio.” The home at 101 Sugars Rd, Bellbowrie.It is on a total of 2.06ha of reasonably flat land. The home is owned by Matthew and Cassie Baker who bought it about two years ago.Mr Baker said they had bought it with plans to carry out a major renovation and live in it as their family home.But they are selling now to pursue another work opportunity.Mr Baker said it was in reasonably poor condition when they bought it, but they could see it had potential. The home at 101 Sugars Rd, Bellbowrie.THIS rural retreat at 101 Sugars Road, Bellbowrie, has everything you would expect for resort-style living.There’s a swimming pool, full-sized tennis court, acres of land and paddocks suitable for horses.Inside is a combustion stove and fire place. The kitchen has stone benchtops and an Ilve 900m cooker and there is an outdoor entertainment area.center_img The home at 101 Sugars Rd, Bellbowrie.The main bedroom has a walk in robe and an adjoining room which would be suitable for use as an office or a nursery.Outside is accommodation for two cars and entry to the property is via an electric gate.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The property has town water and there is also a dam and a vegetable garden.While it is in a semirural setting the property is only a 10 minute walk from the bus stop to the Brisbane CBD.last_img read more

first_imgNoah Kean 26, and his partner Eden, 24, found it difficult to save for a house but are finally in their own property. First homebuyers have surged since changes to grants across QLD, NSW and Victoria. Picture: Richard DobsonONE in five Queensland buyers were first homeowners in January, with the state pulling above national average and leading the east coast. Latest housing finance figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics found first homebuyer levels were now at a five-year high — led by high levels in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia.Housing Industry Association economist Shane Garrett said nationally 18 per cent of January property buyers were first homeowners.“This is the highest monthly share in over five years.” New build numbers have been helped along by first time buyers.Mr Garrett said the pick-up was also down to intervention by both the New South Wales and Victoria whose FHB grants were increase last year and more stamp duty concessions put in.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago“The experience of the past year proves that governments can play a very positive role in bringing home ownership within much closer reach for younger Australians.” FIRST HOMEBUYER PARTICIPATION RATE: Northern Territory 26.8 per centWestern Australia 25.2 per cent Queensland 20.5 per centVictoria 19.1 per centACT 18.1 per centNew South Wales 13.9 per centTasmania 14.5 per centSouth Australia 13.1 per cent (Source: ABS/HIA, January 2018)last_img read more

first_imgLeading Dutch asset managers APG and PGGM have successfully completed a prototype of a blockchain-driven pension administration system.With their prototype, the companies have provided the first concrete use of blockchain technology within the pensions sector.Blockchain, the technology behind cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, is a form of distributed ledger technology designed to securely process and store digital transactions.Further research into the method must produce a more flexible and transparent administration system with significantly lower costs, the APG and PGGM said in a joint statement. The prototype involved the administration of a virtual defined benefit scheme with 10,000 participants, under arrangements similar to APG’s company pension scheme. A virtual employer then fed salary data and information regarding life events, such as a wedding and a divorce, into the system.The providers said the next step would be to add elements such as an administration of benefits and contributions, and subsequently run the entire administration of the APG scheme on the blockchain in parallel to its current system.APG and PGGM – asset managers and pension providers for the €389bn civil service scheme ABP and the €187bn healthcare scheme PFZW, respectively – said their prototype was designed to lead to a new kind of pensions administration, providing access for the pension fund, its sponsor, participants and the supervisor.The various players would have their own key to access and rework the data that are relevant to them.Among the benefits of the blockchain is that data don’t have to be passed on and copied between players.“Individual data have been stored several times and in different places, and also in different systems in case somebody has several pensions,” explained Hidde Terpoorten, who heads APG’s blockchain project.The blockchain technology is designed to be more efficient and to generate less errors than existing methods of pension scheme administration.“Every adjustment will be stored separately and the history of transactions can’t be changed. As a consequence, it will always be possible to trace errors,” said Marjolijn Pouw, innovation manager at PGGM.APG and PGGM said they didn’t know when the technology could take over the real administration, as it was still in its early stages.The transfer of financial value, such as premiums and benefits through the blockchain, however, is still very far off to APG.“The Dutch legal conditions are not available for this,” said Terpoorten.He said that investment administration could be a promising additional implementation of blockchain technology.The blockchain research is being conducted jointly by APG and PGGM and carried out by a 10-strong team, which co-operates with internal staff as well as external developers.last_img read more

first_img Palace co-owner Parish confirmed Warnock will have licence to strengthen the Eagles’ squad when the transfer window reopens, despite a raft of September arrivals. Warnock launched his second spell as Palace boss by setting a £7million club transfer record to bring in Scotland midfielder James McArthur from Wigan. Parish will also let Warnock loose in January’s market, but warned the club will not abandon the prudent principals that have underpinned their top-flight return. “There’s money available – if we get the right targets,” said Parish. “But sometimes you don’t have to spend money. “It’s almost now like there’s a league table of who’s spent what. People believe that’s how the real league table is going to finish. “We will look at opportunities where we can strengthen our football club. “We’re not going to sign players and Neil won’t sign players that he doesn’t think are better than anybody we’ve got. That would upset the apple cart. “That’s not easy, signing players that are better than what you’ve got and then your academy kids coming through, it’s not easy. “We’ve built this club by taking people fundamentally that no one else wanted. “The core group that are performing in the Premier League, for whatever reason have been undervalued.” Press Association Parish believes mainstays like Jason Puncheon and summer recruit Martin Kelly from Liverpool prove Palace’s ability to help top-flight strays find a Premier League home in south London. The Palace chairman admitted even he was caught out by football’s inflated transfer market when ex-manager Tony Pulis championed the arrival of defender Scott Dann. “Scott Dann is a fantastic player. He’s a much, much better player than I thought he was, I must admit,” said Parish. “Credit to Tony Pulis: he always liked him when he was at Birmingham. “There’s value in the market place everywhere if you look at it. Maybe sometimes you have to find it. “That’s the difference: we have to find it. It’s a very imperfect transfer market. “If you’re not playing for six to eight months or happen to be playing in a bad side, you just get forgotten about and nobody wants you. “It doesn’t mean you’re a bad player. We’ve had to look at value from the first point when I came into the club. “We know right now there’s a certain type of player. If you look at someone like Martin Kelly, he has an England cap, he’s been through some injuries like a lot of younger players do. “He hasn’t been playing regularly for Liverpool and England but you don’t suddenly become a bad player overnight. “We figure that it’s a risk worth taking. We can’t go and pay £5-10million for players in those types of positions.” Midfielder Puncheon’s public spat with Warnock last term could have destabilised the new manager’s eve-of-season arrival. Warnock criticised Puncheon’s missed penalty against Tottenham, with the pair trading public insults and landing in hot disciplinary water. Parish praised them for settling their “stupid differences”, with ex-Southampton midfielder Puncheon maintaining his impressive Palace form. “They’re two grown ups, they had a chat and went out to dinner and they’ve sorted themselves out,” said Parish. “Every single person that meets Neil realises that he’s not that person people think he is. “It’s all behind us and Jason has been absolutely amazing for our football club. “When you watch what he does week in, week out, how hard he works for the team, that hasn’t changed one bit. “Any stupid differences they’ve had have all been settled, so it’s absolutely fine and credit to both of them really.” Steve Parish will hand manager Neil Warnock a January transfer kitty, but still expects Crystal Palace to turn other club’s cast-offs into Premier League success stories. last_img read more

first_imgMOUNT MAUNGANUI, New Zealand (CMC) – West Indies Under-19 captain, Emmanuel Stewart, says he regrets the appeal which led to the controversial dismissal of South African opener Jiveshan Pillay, during yesterday’s ICC Youth World Cup fixture here.Following the contest at Bay Oval which Young Windies lost by 76 runs, Stewart said while his decision has been within the laws of cricket, it did not reflect the spirit of the game.“I asked the question and it was given out based on the laws and the rules of the game,” Stewart said.“But on reflection it wasn’t in the spirit of the game. I think moving forward I would have withdrawn the appeal and that’s how I see it.”The incident arose in the 17th over of the South Africa innings when the left-handed Pillay inside-edged a drive at fast bowler Jarion Hoyte and then watched cautiously as the ball rolled on the crease and came to a halt next to the stumps.As has become customary in international cricket, Pillay picked up the ball and tossed it to Stewart who then, to the surprise of many, appealed for obstructing the field.Following a consultation between the umpires, Pillay was then controversially given his marching orders.Under Law 37.4 regarding ‘returning the ball to a fielder’, it states: “Either batsman is out obstructing the field if, at any time while the ball is in play and without the consent of a fielder, he uses his bat or any part of his person, including a hand not holding the bat, to return the ball to any fielder.”Stewart’s actions drew strong rebuke from current and former international players but South Africa’s head coach Lawrence Mahatlane refused to be drawn into the controversy.“Our take is very simple. We play to the laws of the game, and it’s part of the laws,” he said afterwards. “It’s happened, so hopefully we’ll learn for a long time from it.”Captain Raynard van Tonder, however, disagreed with Stewart’s actions.“It is the law of the game but I think there is something like the spirit of cricket. I think if I was in the same situation, I don’t think I would have gone about it the same way.”The incident rekindled memories of the Mankad controversy during the last Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh two years ago when West Indies again came under heavy criticism for their actions on the field.Then, bowler Keemo Paul ran out Richard Ngarava for backing up too far, to help the Caribbean side pull off a tense victory over Zimbabwe and reach the quarter-finals.West Indies went on to win the tournament.last_img read more

first_imgThe Latest: Indiana St pauses football workouts. The team was traveling to New York to resume its schedule against the Yankees in a night game.The Phillies (1-2) have not played since July 26. Their opponent in that opening series, the Miami Marlins, had at least 18 players test positive for the coronavirus. Although the Phillies didn’t have any players test positive, their games last week were postponed as a cautionary measure.___Danish organizers say the Tour de France start due to take place in Copenhagen next year has been moved to 2022 to avoid being held in the same month as the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics and the European Championship soccer tournament.Copenhagen Mayor Frank Jensen says the move means the three-stage Tour start in his city will now be planned for July 1-3, 2022, adding that he hopes the coronavirus pandemic will have passed by then. August 3, 2020 The National Hockey League says there have been zero positive coronavirus test results since 24 teams entered quarantined bubbles in Toronto and Edmonton, Alberta.The league announced it had administered more than 7,000 tests to players, coaches, staff and officials over the past week. Teams with 52-member traveling parties entered the bubbles July 26.There were also zero positives the previous week when teams were still in their home cities for training camp.___Results of COVID-19 testing conducted Sunday show there were no new positive results for the Philadelphia Phillies. Associated Press ___Las Vegas Raiders defensive back D.J. Killings and defensive end Jeremiah Valoaga have chosen to opt out of the 2020 season over concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.The Raiders announced the decision Monday. They are the first two Raiders to choose to sit out this season because of the coronavirus.Killings has spent time on practice squads in Indianapolis and Green Bay but hasn’t played in a game.Valoaga has played 13 games for Detroit and San Francisco. The Cardinals are the second team sidelined by the novel coronavirus since the season started July 23. The Miami Marlins are set to resume play Tuesday in Baltimore following an outbreak within their traveling party that sidelined half the players. Miami has not played since July 26.Because the outbreak occurred in the visiting clubhouse at Citizens Bank Park, the Phillies were sidelined for a week while they were tested daily.___The Raiders will play their first season in Las Vegas without any fans at their home games because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Cleveland Browns have placed third-string quarterback Garrett Gilbert on the reserve/COVID list and activated punter Jamie Gillan. He had tested positive for coronavirus. The Browns also placed safety Karl Joseph on the active/physically unable to perform list with a foot injury. He was signed during the offseason and is expected to start. Gilbert joined the Browns last season to back up Baker Mayfield, a close friend from their high school days in Texas. Gilbert is third on the depth chart now after the Browns signed veteran QB Case Keenum. Last week, first-year Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said he didn’t see the need to keep his quarterbacks separated because of the virus. Other teams have considered the move in case of an outbreak.Gillan set a team record for net average last year as a rookie. He was placed on the COVID list last week after testing positive when veterans reported.center_img ___Seven St. Louis Cardinals players and six staff members tested positive for COVID-19, causing Major League Baseball to postpone the team’s four-game series at Detroit.The series was to have been played at Comerica Park from Tuesday through Thursday.St. Louis has been in quarantine since Thursday in Milwaukee, where the Cardinals’ series last weekend was postponed, and the team is being tested daily. St. Louis last played July 29 at Minnesota and is tentatively set to resume its schedule this Friday at home against the Chicago Cubs. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Indiana State has paused football workouts for two weeks after six players tested positive for COVID-19. The 2021 Tour was scheduled set to start on July 2.The Tour’s French organizers have yet to announce a replacement city for Copenhagen, although there have been reports that the three-week event could start from the French region of Brittany in 2021.This year’s Tour, which was supposed to start in June, will now be held Aug. 29-Sept. 20 — starting in Nice.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Coach Curt Mallory told players, coaches and support staff everyone must quarantine for 14 days. The athletic department issued a news release, saying none of the six players participated in Sunday’s March for Justice because they — and those in close contact with them — had already been isolated.The Sycamores also say the players do not live on campus.Indiana State is at least the third team from the Missouri Valley Football Conference, a traditionally strong Football Championship Subdivision league, to pause workouts.“Our doctors and training staff instituted and followed strict protocols on monitoring and testing student-athletes,” athletic director said Sherard Clinkscales.Big Ten member Indiana University just resumed voluntary workouts Friday following a two-week suspension after six participants also tested positive for COVID-19. The team sent a letter to season ticket holders on Monday saying that after discussion with health care officials and local leaders, the decision was made not to allow fans.Officials last week declared “substantial completion” of 65,000-seat Allegiant Stadium after nearly 1,000 days were spent building the $2 billion home for the Raiders.Both the New York Jets and Giants previously announced they would play without fans this season. Most other teams are hoping to be able to have at least limited crowds.The Raiders relocated from Oakland, California, after last season.___ ___The Northwestern football team has paused workouts after a player tested positive for COVID-19.The player is isolating and several teammates are quarantining, the school said Monday. The team’s most recent workout was Friday. The next one will be Wednesday at the earliest.Northwestern went 3-9 overall last season and 1-8 in conference play to finish last in the Big Ten West.___last_img read more

first_imgJunior Amanda Morris walked into every contest feeling like it was a must-win game during her career at Syracuse. But this weekend holds vast importance for the midfielder, as the Orange can take one large step forward in securing a Big East tournament bid this weekend. ‘Every game is a must-win game in my eyes,’ Morris said. ‘But these are very important games, and we need to win them.’ The Orange (5-7-4, 2-4-1 Big East) plays host to Rutgers (8-7-0, 3-4-0 Big East) on Friday at 7 p.m. and Seton Hall (6-8-0, 2-5-0) on Sunday at 1 p.m. With just one point separating SU from fifth place in the American Division, these games hold significant weight in Syracuse’s push for a postseason berth. The top five teams in each division earn a berth in the Big East tournament, something SU hasn’t participated in since 2005. Wheddon has stressed the importance of at least splitting each weekend against his foes. But with just four games remaining in the season, each game is becoming more and more vital.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text ‘Obviously we never go into a weekend looking at losses, but I would say there is a certain pressure to at least split the weekend,’ Wheddon said. ‘I know a tie and a win would suffice, I guess, and two wins would be great.’ A winnable game against bottom-dwelling Pittsburgh last Sunday turned ugly when the Panthers scored in the 16th minute. The Orange had to play catch-up the entire game to walk away with a tie. Sophomore Alyscha Mottershead knows the Orange can’t underperform against Rutgers and Seton Hall this weekend. Although SU has struggled to score in the first half of games this season, this trend cannot remain the same if the team wishes to walk away with a win. The playoff push is motivating Syracuse players to perform in the latter half of the season. ‘We are going to have to push really hard and come out from the start,’ Mottershead said. ‘We can’t give away any silly opportunities or breakdowns like we did in the last game.’ Wheddon has seen his team succeed at portions of games, but now if the Orange wants to extend its season, it will have to be able to put together a full game. SU has played solid halves of soccer, but rarely has it played for a complete game. With the Orange’s recent first-half struggles, Wheddon said the first halves of this weekend’s games will be the most important if SU wishes to succeed. ‘If we can come out and play with confidence and play the way that we can play,’ Wheddon said. ‘For example, we’ve showed it against DePaul in the second half, second half against West Virginia and the second half against Pittsburgh. We can play, and if we come out and do what we’re capable of, we should be all right.’ If the Orange is able avoid mistakes this weekend, Wheddon knows his team is capable of winning. Wheddon has seen parity take shape all over the Big East this season. A team like Seton Hall, which has notoriously lost to in-state rival Rutgers in the past, was able to upset the Scarlet Knights this season. The Orange will be confronted by two evenly-matched opponents when it takes the field this weekend. SU will not be the inferior team, but it will have to outwork Rutgers and Seton Hall if it wants to make a case that it deserves a Big East tournament berth. ‘I think we are going to have to step up as a unit; and knowing that we only have a few games left to qualify for the playoffs, we are going to have to push really hard and come out from the start,’ Mottershead said. ‘I think we have to stay composed and do what we know we can do to qualify.’ adtredin@syr.edu Comments Published on October 14, 2010 at 12:00 pmcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

first_imgArchDaily recently commended the School of Architecture’s program for bridging the gap between theory and practice.ArchDaily’s report was based on rankings by DesignIntelligence, which released rankings of architecture schools in the United States in November. In DesignIntelligence’s rankings, the School of Architecture undergraduate program placed seventh in the country.Landmark victory · Students walk outside the School of Architecture. The school placed seventh in DesignIntelligence’s yearly rankings. – Ralf Cheung | Daily TrojanThis ranking was a significant advancement for the school, which was ranked 16th last year and had not broken the top ten in the past eight years.DesignIntelligence, the chief source of rankings for architecture and design schools, also ranked schools in specific categories, including Cross-Disciplinary Teamwork, Communication, Design, Research and Theory, Construction Methods and Materials, and Sustainable Design Practices and Principles. Of these six categories, USC placed in the top five for five of the categories.ArchDaily grouped the categories into two groups: design and theory, and practical construction and sustainability. USC was the only school to have placed in the top five of categories in both groups.“The University of Southern California seems to be producing uniquely balanced architects … this university may be one to watch in the future,” the ArchDaily article said.In order to rank these schools, Greenway Group surveyed an array of individuals related to architectural academics. Six hundred and ninety-three professional practices and corporations were surveyed, an almost 250 percent increase from the 282 firms that responded in 2013. To add depth to the results, 89 deans and chairs of architecture schools were asked what they thought were weighing issues facing architectural instructors today and 2,760 architecture students were asked about their satisfaction with their architectural schooling.Joseph Cohan, a fourth-year architecture student, agreed that DesignIntelligence’s rankings reflect the diversity of the USC architecture program.“I’m pretty grateful that we learn about sustainability and cost,” Cohan said. “We learn about each of the parts of design as opposed to schools like Berkeley, which is heavily sustainable, or Harvard, which doesn’t take cost or sustainability into account.”Bryan Sandoval, a junior majoring in business administration and architecture, was most impressed with the School of Architecture’s use of technology and integrating it into architectural practices.“Many schools stick with traditional methods and drawing, but at USC, it’s about being able to translate anything from paper onto a computer,” Sandoval said.The USC School of Architecture features many interdisciplinary programs. One of these majors is civil engineering with an emphasis in building science, a program that involves both the Viterbi School of Engineering and the School of Architecture. This major “involves all stages of designing a building, from formulating the original conceptualization to creating drawings for construction,” according to the Viterbi website.Noah Cherner, a sophomore in the building science program, said he is grateful for the opportunity to prepare early for the realities of the architecture world, but more importantly, he noted that USC has taught him to treat every design like it is a personalized gift.“At USC, it’s not just about design or making a product that you can mass produce … at USC, they really emphasize making something sacred,” Cherner said.Sandoval said one thing that makes the School of Architecture distinct is the unique backgrounds of the faculty and staff that contribute to their architectural tastes. He recalled that one of his professors did her undergraduate work in literature, but continued on to get her graduate degree in architecture.“Different backgrounds make for different perspectives and professors are encouraging all different types of architecture,” Sandoval said.Cherner credited the School of Architecture’s high ranking to the faculty at USC who encourage their students to work hard and constantly challenge themselves.“I think [this ranking] really sheds light on the amount of work that the architecture students at USC put in … It shows that USC has amazing architecture faculty that want to push their students to the limit,” Cherner said.last_img read more

first_imgChelsea responded from conceding a Charlie Adam goal from his own half and losing Diego Costa to a hamstring injury to beat Stoke 2-1 and move seven points clear in the Premier League title race.Stoke midfielder Adam’s 65-yard strike soared over Thibaut Courtois to cancel out Eden Hazard’s penalty opener before Loic Remy struck the winner after substitute Costa had come and gone.The 20-goal striker, not considered fit enough to start, was introduced at half-time but lasted just 11 minutes as his fragile hamstrings forced his withdrawal in an injury which could have repercussions for the title race.Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea lead second-placed Arsenal by seven points, with Manchester United a further point behind in third, while holders Manchester City are nine points behind in fourth ahead of Monday’s trip to Crystal Palace.Chelsea’s first Premier League title in five years and post-season victory tour are on course, but the Capital One Cup winners were severely tested by a Stoke side denied a first point at Stamford Bridge in 21 years.Hazard’s penalty was just Chelsea’s third in the Premier League this season and first for five months, since the home defeat of QPR. –last_img read more

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Sumner Newscow report — Caldwell has played two low scoring eight-man football games in the first two weeks. The Bluejays won the first game against Central 8-6. This time the Bluejays would lose 14-12. All the points were scored in the first half.Both teams were marred with turnovers – each committing five of them for the game.Caldwell led 6-0 in the first quarter when Darin Ward hit Colten Ward for eight yards on a pass at 4:39 in the first.Udall came back when Nolan Williams scored from the 10 to make it 6-6 early in the second quarter. C. Ward then scored a touchdown to put the Bluejays in front 12-6.Udall responded when Dalton Loos ran for 50 yards to tie the game at 12-all.And then Williams ran in the two-point conversion which proved to be the game winning PAT with 4:40 to play in the second.Neither team would score thereafter.The stats were very even. Caldwell accumulated 211 yards to Udall’s 189. Caldwell had 44 yards passing to Udall’s 43. Caldwell had 167 rushing to Udall’s 155.The full stats can be found here.  Caldwell vs. UdallFollow us on Twitter.last_img read more