NFL draft scouting: Pro teams have eyes on Notre Dame vs. Miami showdown
A number of Top 25 teams clash with each other this weekend, making for an exciting weekend of college football. NFL teams are flocking to these games to evaluate a number of draft prospects.
A look at what teams will be where this weekend in college football:
Among those with conflicts are Warriors co-managing partner Peter Guber and assistant GM Kirk Lacob — who are both a part of Liquid’s parent company, aXiomatic — and Warriors and Cloud9 minority owner Chamath Palihapitiya.
“Well, (Seguin’s) a shooter, I’m a passer and (Shore) has good legs, so it kind of gives us all three dynamics and we did a good job of using each other,” he said.
Ben Bishop made 29 saves for Dallas on his 31st birthday, allowing only a power-play goal by Brendan Gallagher at 12:04 of the second.
“I definitely haven’t won here before,” said Turner, who played in four previous games in Miami — all losses. “Maybe it’s the weather.”
Victor Oladipo scored 15, Darren Collison had 12 points and 10 assists and Thaddeus Young added 12 for Indiana. The Pacers outscored Miami 69-40 in the game’s final 25 minutes and shot 60 percent for the game.
“Derek Carr is a bible-thumper to the fullest. And so he was basically trying to force the players to read the bible before the game, and do all this stuff and they were like, ‘No, that’s you.’ And so he was so upset about it, when the whole offensive line said they were going to kneel, he was like, ‘No, you’re not kneeling. This is America, you’re going to stand for the flag.’ And they got in a fight in the locker room, so when they came out to play, they basically had a plan.”
Grimes alleges the fight happened before the game against the Redskins (which was on a Sunday, not Monday as she says), and Carr got sacked a season-high four times in that game. He has been sacked only six times in the seven other games this season.