New INDOT Aurora Facility Open House Wednesday

first_imgThe Indiana Department of Transportation is hosting an open house Wednesday morning at its new subdistrict facility located at 10995 Marsh Road on U.S. Highway 50 —just west of the Aurora Casket Company on Wednesday morningThe public is invited to tour the $4 million operations center which serves as a hub for INDOT maintenance activities across Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Switzerland and parts of Decatur and Ripley Counties.Wednesday’s open house hours are 10 a.m. to 12 noon.Special recognition of the Aurora Fire Department will be made at 10:15 a.m. for its facility support to INDOT until the new subdistrict complex could be constructed.The Aurora Subdistrict services 975 lane miles of state highways and interstates within the district.last_img


Futsal: BiH –Montenegro 3:1

first_imgIn the first preparatory match in City Sports Hall in Čitluk BiH Futsal team defeated the team of Montenegro with 3:1.BiH took lead in 3rd minute, when Kahvedžić scored the first goal for 1:0. In 18th minute Novoselec gave another goal for 2:0, which was the final result of the first half-time.In the 31st minute Pantić scored the third goal for BiH, and in 40th minute Barović scored the first and the only goal for Montenegro for the final result 3:1.BiH: Omerbegvić, Šunjić, Matan, Mulahmetović, Radmilović, Pantić, Novoselac, Bevanda, Devušić, Aladžić, Kahvedžić, Galić, Mičeta, Skuhan. Manager: Boro Matan.Montenegro: Despotović, Ćalasan, Barović, Perović, Dondić, Bojović, Jovanović, Vukčević, Mugoša, Novović, Bošković, Zeković, Junčaj. Manager: Sveto Ljesar.Second preparatory match between BiH and Montenegro is being played tomorrow at 5 p.m. in Čitluk.last_img read more


Quarterback Dwayne Haskins on Redskins debut: ‘I’ve got to remember that it’s one play at a time’

first_img Redskins coach Jay Gruden not focused on job security “It was tough because some things weren’t going our way and certain things weren’t going my way.”The struggling Redskins, who have now lost four straight games, will move on to Week 5 action and host the Patriots.”I wanna win. We’re gonna win. Whatever it takes to win, we will do that,” Haskins said. “I don’t like losing so we’re gonna change that and we’re gonna win some games.” Coach Jay Gruden, who up to this point had been firm on not playing the young quarterback, opted to give Haskins a chance as the Redskins were trailing 14-0.Haskins showed promise despite the lopsided loss, including a 14-yard scramble to put Washington on New York’s 1-yard line and set up the team’s only points.Dwayne taking matters into his own hands 💪@dh_simba7📺: FOX📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/lm0vvtP8ei pic.twitter.com/PRGTsjegBV— NFL (@NFL) September 29, 2019″You don’t ever want to lose. You want to go in the game and win and make plays to win,” Haskins added. “As a young guy, I’ve got to remember that it’s one play at a time and I can’t get in there thinking I’m gonna throw 10 touchdowns or whatever the case or scenario may be to win the game. It has to happen organically. Redskins might fire Jay Gruden with loss to Giants, report sayscenter_img The Dwayne Haskins era has officially begun in Washington.The Redskins benched veteran Case Keenum in favor of their first-round pick of the 2019 draft during the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the Giants. The outcome, however, didn’t live up to Haskins’ high expectations. The rookie out of Ohio State finished 9-of-17 passing for 107 yards and three interceptions in the 24-3 loss.”I have to keep getting better, keep working with the receivers, keep working with the offensive line and do all I can to be in a position to win the game,” Haskins said after the game at MetLife Stadium. Related Newslast_img read more


Bengals vs. Steelers odds, prediction, betting trends for ‘Monday Night Football’

first_imgHere’s everything to know about betting on Bengals vs. Steelers, including updated odds, trends and our prediction for “Monday Night Football” in Week 5.MORE: Get the latest NFL odds at Sportsbook ReviewBetting odds for ‘Monday Night Football’Spread: Steelers by 3Point total: 45Odds: Bengals +105, Steelers -115The Steelers have remained basically a home-field advantage favorite since the line was first released. With them starting Mason Rudolph instead of Ben Roethlisberger and the Bengals being coached by Zac Taylor instead of Marvin Lewis, it brings an unfamiliarity to a predictable matchup from years past.Bengals vs. Steelers all-time seriesThe Steelers have dominated over the years with a 64-35 record, and they are looking to add the 100th meeting to the win column. They have won eight straight in the rivalry, dating back to December 2015.  But seven of the past nine games between them have been decided by one possession.Three trends to know— 52 percent of spread bettors like the Steelers to cover at home, but 54 percent of the moneyline bettors like the Bengals to win outright.— The Steelers are 35-19 against the spread vs. the Bengals since 1996, and 4-2 over the pass three seasons.— The Steelers are 6-0 against the Bengals over the past three seasons and only one of those games went over the expected point total.MORE: 18 incidents that have inflamed Steelers-Bengals rivalryThree things to watchJames Conner vs. the Bengals’ run defenseCincinnati is the second-worst team against the run, only behind Miami, giving up nearly on average 169 yards rushing per game. Pittsburgh ranked 31st in the NFL with 90.3 rushing yards per game in ’18 and despite being ranked 29th so far this season, has been worse at 64 yards per game.The Steelers have a good offensive line and Conner is a more than competent back. The Bengals have a bad front seven. This screams breakout game for the Steelers on the ground.Tyler Boyd vs. the Steelers’ pass defenseThe Steelers have been destroyed in slot coverage this season. Julian Edelman and Tyler Lockett were difficult coverage assignments and they also had trouble with the 49ers spreading the ball around in the middle of the field. Boyd has been very efficient with his routes, with 24 catches on 33 targets for 250 yards.In his last outing against the Steelers, he caught 7 of 9 targets for 62 yards and 2 TDs. He needs to have another big game for the Bengals to have a chance. This time, the Steelers have Minkah Fitzpatrick to try to contain him.Taylor vs. TomlinTaylor has brought some innovative passing concepts to the Bengals and they aren’t afraid to be aggressive throwing with Dalton. The Steelers have given up a ton of big plays this season and the Bengals have been living off those, namely to speedy wideout John Ross. The Steelers started to clean up things up under coach Mike Tomlin and defensive coordinator Keith Butler, but they need to keep everything in front of them this week. When the 0-3 Bengals play the 0-3 Steelers on “Monday Night Football” (8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN), the loser of the game knows they will have little chance to rally to win the AFC North this season. The winner, however, will be very much alive, just a game back of the Browns and Ravens, both 2-2 after Sunday.Who will come out with the better performance to save their season, and who will fade further toward the top of the 2020 draft? Let’s set the stage for how the latest chapter in the heated rivalry may play out. Stat that mattersThe Bengals have allowed Dalton to be sacked 11 teams as their offensive line continues to be a big weakness. The Steelers have been slow with their pass rush out of the game, with only 6 sacks over three games. T.J. Watt and Pittsburgh’s edge rush should rev up this week.Bengals vs. Steelers predictionThe Steelers need to grind out this game by running often with Conner and shortening it for their defense. They cannot trust Rudolph to throw too much, nor should they, in a matchup where they will face little resistance with the power rushing attack. That’s what Tomlin would like to do, anyway. The Bengals’ mostly one-dimensional attack can be prolific, but it’s also bound to be more mistake-prone on the road against na emotional defense that rises to prime time.Steelers 20, Bengals 17last_img read more