Erik Karlsson was not at Sharks practice Thursday morning after missing Wednesday night’s season-opening loss in Las Vegas.“I can’t share anything and I don’t know,” Sharks coach Pete DeBoer told reporters when asked about Karlsson’s status for Friday night’s home opener, a return date with the Vegas Golden Knights.Karlsson’s absence was announced just before warmups of the Vegas game, a 4-1 Golden Knights victory. The Sharks have only said Karlsson is tending to a personal matter.Back at …
Your doctor’s religious beliefs – or lack of them – might have a lot to do with how soon you exit this world when elderly or infirm. Science Daily reported, “Atheist or agnostic doctors are almost twice as willing to take decisions that they think will hasten the end of a very sick patient’s life as doctors who are deeply religious, suggests research published online in the Journal of Medical Ethics.” The press release from the British Medical Association concluded, “the relationship between doctors’ values and their clinical decision making needs to be acknowledged much more than it is at present.”The findings appear to be subject to interpretation, because not all religions are created equal. The article said, for instance, “Specialists in the care of the elderly were somewhat more likely to be Hindu or Muslim, while palliative care doctors were somewhat more likely than other doctors to be Christian, white, and agree that they were ‘religious.’” Interpretation aside, consider the logic: a religious person is likely to care very much about the afterlife and the consequences of dying. Religious doctors are also likely to have moral principles about the sanctity of life. Why would an atheist care about such things? When you die, you die; it’s only natural (everything dies, after all), and better that a patient be put out of misery. Let the dying sleep so we can focus the resources on the living, he or she might say. Ideas have consequences. You had better consider your doctor’s beliefs, and the beliefs of health care policy makers, when considering your final will about prolonging your own life. The new leftist/progressive push toward universal health care (mostly promoted by the non-religious) also contains the seeds of rationing – decisions about what lives are worth preserving without any thought of human dignity. Despite the promises and repudiations about rationing, the American president snuck in a recess appointment for head of the healthcare program who has overtly promoted rationing as a preferred policy (see TownHall.com). Watch what politicians do, not what they say. That principle applies more than ever in the current political environment.. One tragic statistic in the press release illustrates the erosion of belief in God among the majority American population: “But, overall, white doctors, who comprised the largest ethnic group among the respondents, were the least likely to report strong religious beliefs.”(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Matt Niswander, a first-generation cattleman from Tennessee who works full-time in his community as a family nurse practitioner and owns Niswander Family Medicine, a hometown, primary care family medical practiceEvery week in our country, the equivalent of two jumbo jets full of people die from a preventable opioid epidemic, and those deaths are often rising the fastest in farm country.For the last 15 years I have worked in the healthcare field in rural America, from the emergency room to my hometown primary care. One thing I have seen is that anyone can become addicted to opioids that are prescribed legally for a legitimate injury. It only takes three days to become addicted and for your body to crave the euphoria that opioids produce. If you think you are immune to the possibility of addiction, you’re wrong.I often have people come into my medical office complaining of real pain, and they know a pain pill will help them get back to work. These are not stereotypical drug addicts or pill-seeking patients. They are blue- and white-collar workers, and farmers and ranchers, who know that there is medicine that makes the pain better. They don’t realize that the opioids they say they want have the same euphoric and addiction effect on their body chemically as heroin. When I share this information with them, they want to try the non-opioid treatments almost 100% of the time.I will venture to say that many healthcare providers do not have these kinds of candid conversations due to time constraints, lack of knowledge or just being uncomfortable, but it can lead down a dangerous path for the patient and the provider very quickly if they don’t. That’s why it’s so important for healthcare providers to be advocates for prevention and discuss alternatives to non-opioid medications for acute and chronic pain management.When healthcare providers find themselves in a position where they feel cornered into writing opioid medications or a person notices they may be addicted to a prescription opioid they are taking, we have to create an environment where the stigma around that conversation is lifted and those individuals can receive non-judgmental treatment and advice. Sharing some of these candid facts will help reduce the stigma, and will create outlets for honest conversations to happen so we can address this multi-pronged issue.I have conversations all the time with people about whether they are addicted to opioids as well as with concerned family members about their loved ones being addicted. It can be uncomfortable and even scary at times.If you are concerned that someone you know may be addicted to opioids, know that some of the early warning signs may be written off as “normal teenage behavior,” or “they are just stressed,” or may seem like depression or mental health issues. The best questions you can ask a loved one are direct, such as, “Have you been using prescription or illegal drugs?” We may dread to hear the answer, but being prepared to have that conversation is key. Make sure you do not get angry or get offended. Be calm and clear about what you ask or say, know when to stop the conversation and talk about it later, and make sure the person knows you love them no matter what.If you’re not ready for that conversation but you suspect opioid abuse, the best thing you can do is be prepared by having Narcan medication on hand. Narcan is the reversal medication for someone who has overdosed on opioids and is very easy to administer by nasal spray. It can be obtained for free and without a prescription from larger pharmacy retailers in many states. Contact your local pharmacy for more details. It could save a life.
The vehicles used for transporting Electronic Voting Machines in the Lok Sabha election in Madhya Pradesh will be installed with GPS [Global Positioning System].“GPS will be installed on vehicles to be used for transporting EVMs in the Lok Sabha election in the State. Similarly, control rooms will be set up in each district headquarters for tracking the vehicles,” Chief Electoral Officer V.L. Kanta Rao said.During the elections, GPS will also be installed in vehicles to be used for transporting polling teams to the booths, transporting of reserve EVMs in vehicles of Sector Magistrate on the voting day and the for transporting the reserve machines from districts to State-level warehouse after polling, to obtain their locations, said an official.During the 2018 Assembly elections in the State, late arrival of EVMs at the collection centre in Sagar district has snowballed into a major controversy with the Congress suspecting a foul play by the BJP.Concerned over tampering with the EVMs, the Congress has deployed party workers outside strong rooms at several places across the State.The office of the State Election Commission received 3,715 complaints between January 1 and March 22, of which 3,073 have already been resolved.For prompt and effective redressal of complaints related to the Lok Sabha polls, a cVIGIL app (Gold Version) has also been developed, the official added.
LYCEUM 81 – Perez 24, Ayaay 12, Nzeusseu 11, Jv. Marcelino 11, Santos 6, Jc. Marcelino 5, Caduyac 4, Baltazar 3, Liwag 3, Serrano 2, Ibanez 0, Tansingco 0, Cinco 0, Pretta 0, Marata 0.LETRAN 69 – Calvo 15, Quinto 13, Nambatac 12, Balagasay 9, Ambohot 8, Taladua 5, Balanza 4, Gedaria 2, Mandreza 1, Vacaro 0, Bernabe 0, Caralipio 0.Quarters: 29-20, 45-36, 64-54, 81-69. MJ Ayaay chipped in 12 markers and six boards, Mike Nzeusseu corralled a double-double with his 11 points and 13 rebounds, and Jayvee Marcelino got 11 markers, three boards, and two assists while linking up with his twin brother Jaycee for a bevy of impressive plays late in the game as Lyceum held off the hungry Knights.“Again, it’s really fun to watch if you see our players having fun: having fun playing their hearts out and having fun honoring the game. It’s the inspiration that’s really been there,” said coach Topex Robinson.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe youthful mentor admitted that there were times in the game where he felt that the Pirates would falter after losing a 16-point lead, 56-40, midway in the third quarter as the Letran reserves made a furious fightback and cut the deficit to five, 56-51, with less than three minutes remaining in the period.“It’s a bit scary because they caught up, but we know that they’re just gonna keep on playing. That’s what makes this group of guys really special,” said Robinson. Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Bolick likens cohesive San Beda to Spurs Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View comments Read Next Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City MOST READ Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. LATEST STORIES Lyceum halted that rally behind Perez and Wilson Baltazar before the Marcelino twins weaved their magic in the fourth period to drub the Knights.Letran fell to an even 8-8 slate but remained in fourth spot with two games left.JP Calvo topscored for the Knights with 15 points and two assists, but failed to finish the game after suffering from cramps in the final five minutes of the fourth quarter.Bong Quinto missed out on a double-double with 13 markers and nine boards, while Rey Nambatac had 12 points and 15 rebounds in the defeat.The Scores:ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary San Beda, Lyceum early favorites ahead of NCAA Season 93 PLAY LIST 02:12San Beda, Lyceum early favorites ahead of NCAA Season 9301:31Go: Search for ‘perfect, honest man’ to lead PNP still on00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netLyceum emphatically denied Letran’s upset bid with an 81-69 victory to stay undefeated through 16 games in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament Friday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.Coming off his career-best showing against San Sebastian last week, CJ Perez was once again stellar in the win, unleashing 10 of his game-high 24 points in the fourth quarter, to go with three rebounds, three assists, and three steals to keep the Pirates immaculate with two more games remaining in their eliminations schedule.ADVERTISEMENT BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Don’t miss out on the latest news and information.
Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar feels both India and New Zealand will be under a lot of pressure when they face each other in the World Cup 2019 semi-final in Manchester on Tuesday.India topped the points table in the league phase with seven wins out of nine matches while New Zealand are heading into the last-four game on the back of three successive defeats. But both teams will have to start from scratch in the knockout game when they take the field.Tendulkar reckons that players do not say it in front of the media or fans, but they do feel the pressure ahead of the big-ticket clash like the one coming up for India and New Zealand.”Pressure will be there, it is going to be a constant companion. There are those pressure moments, you just have to absorb them and we have players in our team who are good at that. It is just about winning those close moments,” Tendulkar told India Today.The former India captain also suggested Virat Kohli’s side to stick to the mantra that has been working for them in this tournament so far and not try anything different if not required.”If we can stick to our brand of cricket, we don’t need to compare ourselves with anyone. I would like to tell them when you play New Zealand and hopefully after that, stick to your brand of cricket. All the build up that is happening is outside the team, within the team it is about preparation,” Tendulkar said.advertisementIndia will be facing New Zealand in a World Cup semi-final for the first time in the history of the 50-over tournament. New Zealand have played 7 semi-finals so far and won just once while India have a 3:3 record in World Cup semis.Kohli’s side has been dominant in this edition so far but Tendulkar feels they shouldn’t take New Zealand lightly even though Kane Williamson’s team hasn’t been in the best of forms in the final few league games.”New Zealand, it’s a very good team and underrated. They have performed consistently well. It’s not going to be a cakewalk for India. We have to go out and repeat doing what we have been doing for a number of games.”Whoever is talking about India already getting into the finals, does not understand cricket. The players and support staff will only be focussed on this match. Now that we have entered the semis, don’t start talking about the final,” Tendulkar said.Talking about making team changes, Tendulkar also suggested that India can look at all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja as a candidate for the No. 7 spot in the playing XI.”Jadeja is one option I would like to throw on the table to the team management. I feel if Dinesh Karthik is going to bat at No. 7 then possible Jadeja could be an option there because his left-arm spin can come in handy. In a big match you would want a cover up because we are playing just 5 bowlers.”I would also be tempted to bring back Mohammed Shami because against West Indies he was good on the same venue. When we talk about Old Trafford there are pleasant experiences for Shami, he came back into the team and picked up wickets. So I would be tempted to have him back,” Tendulkar said.Also Read | World Cup 2019: Rohit Sharma’s batting is poetry in motion, says Sachin TendulkarAlso Read | New Zealand have won just 1 out of 7 World Cup semi-finalsAlso Read | Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson were captains in India vs New Zealand Under 19 World Cup semi-final
There was plenty of media coverage of Touch Football in the month of September, with several stories about the 2013 X-Blades National Youth Championships as well as new seasons starting and special anniversaries. To view the stories, please click on the links below.Touch Football duo ready to tackle national titlesMatilda Barrass and Danielle Keith have been almost inseparable on the touch football field since primary school.http://www.maitlandmercury.com.au/story/1754193/touch-football-duo-ready-to-tackle-national-titles/?cs=12Wagga Touch players off to nationalsFour students from Wagga schools will play in representative teams at the Touch Football Australia X-Blades National Youth Championships starting today in Queensland.http://www.dailyadvertiser.com.au/story/1767514/wagga-touch-players-off-to-nationals/?src=rss&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter Petero’s a touch moved by fansTouch Football is a non-contact sport, but that didn’t stop enthusiastic fans from swamping Petero Civoniceva when he visited the National Youth Championships in Kawana.http://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/news/peteros-a-touch-moved-by-fans/2020705/ Rocky stars magic touchFormer Australian captain Gavin Shuker has given young gun Tamika Upton the ultimate stamp of approval, believing the Queensland under-18 player is a future Australian women’s star.http://www.themorningbulletin.com.au/news/rocky-stars-magic-touch/2024145/ NSWCHS contain fireAs proud New South Welshmen we finally have something to brag about in our ongoing sporting rivalry with Queensland and it’s all thanks to Ben Wylie and the NSW Combined High School’s (CHS) touch football team.http://www.yasstribune.com.au/story/1788219/nsw-chs-contain-fire/?cs=1302 Successful season for Katie SampfordAt her last junior tournament as a member of the Under 18 New South Wales Touch Association Development team Katie Sampford was not only the highest scoring player in the side, she was also awarded the coveted ‘Players Player’ team ball.http://www.singletonargus.com.au/story/1795242/successful-season-for-katie-sampford/?cs=12 Touch Football starts backIf you are looking to fill the football void now the winter season has finished then sign up for the touch football season.http://www.whyallanewsonline.com.au/story/1801452/touch-football-starts-back/?cs=1550Winning Touch downYear seven and eight touch football teams travelled to the very windy Goulburn to compete in the All Schools Touch Competition last week. http://www.boorowanewsonline.com.au/story/1805704/winning-touch-down/?cs=543Petero’s final predictionsI’m looking forward to attending the National Youth Touch Football Championships on Friday. The NRL’s association with touch football is great for our game and a fitting one in my opinion knowing that for a lot of players, touch football played a huge role in our youth. http://www.nrl.com/peteros-finals-predictions/tabid/10874/newsid/74604/default.aspxPineapples star aims big for 2013The Sunshine Coast Pineapples were content with a semi-final showing at the National Youth Championships at Bokarina’s Stockland Park yesterday.http://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/news/pineapples-star-aims-for-big-2014/2020847/Take that, QueenslandThe last time NSW Combined High Schools claimed the Touch Football National Youth Championships, Abram Kara was four.http://www.goulburnpost.com.au/story/1800271/take-that-queensland/?cs=181Keeping in touch with good sportsMore than 100 people attended Mudgee Touch Association’s 30th anniversary party on Saturday evening. http://www.mudgeeguardian.com.au/story/1747294/keeping-in-touch-with-good-sports/Mudgee Touch Recalls 30 yearsMudgee Touch Association (MTA) took a trip down memory lane as they celebrated their 30th anniversary on Saturday night.http://www.mudgeeguardian.com.au/story/1745021/mudgee-touch-recalls-30-years/Fundraiser Raises Awareness For Cerebral PalsyAn annual touch football day over the weekend raised more than $5,000 for a Hunter-based cerebral palsy support service.More than 300 players took part, with the day not only about fundraising, but also showing the physical challenges facing those with the condition, and raising awareness.“A child is born every 15 hours with cerebral palsy and it is the most common physical childhood disability.”http://www.nbnnews.com.au/index.php/2013/09/30/fundraiser-raises-awareness-for-cerebral-palsy/ Dual international Pelite on rep roll this yearSunshine Coast Daily, 13.09.2013Touch Football: Dual international Evania Pelite is in the midst of the “most fulfilling” year of her young but highly promising life.Speaking before the Sunshine Coast Pineapples’ opening match yesterday at the X-Blades National Youth Championships at Stockland Park, the 18-year-old unlocked the treasure chest to reveal a year most remarkable.And she can’t think of a better sporting environment to be in – surrounded by teammates she has grown up playing with.It felt like family, she agreed.Pelite sprinted from the blocks in January when she was part of the Australian Youth Olympics rugby sevens team that won gold in Sydney.In February, she made her national touch debut as part of the Australian under-18 team that beat New Zealand 3-0.Two months later she was in the Pineapples team that defended its title at the prestigious National Touch League in Coffs Harbour.She was named the player of the final.She also debuted in the Australian rugby sevens senior team this year, playing tournaments in London and Amsterdam, after being a member of the Queensland Schoolgirls side that won the 2012 national championship.“I’ve been playing touch for so many years. It was good to finally wear the green and gold,” she said.“Rugby sevens just popped up, and being able to play for my country again was a massive privilege.”Sunshine Coast beat Western Australia 15-2 in its earlier game yesterday and then drew 4-4 with Combined Catholic Colleges.Its three games today will determine if it makes tomorrow’s semi-finals for the chance to play in the final later that day.Three Redlands boys will battle it out Bayside BulletinThree Redlands boys will battle it out against touch football players from across the country as part of the Under 18s Queensland side.Wellington Point State High School’s Corey Russell, Victoria Point State High School’s Coen Fielding and Redlands College’s David Richards were selected for the state team following their performance in the Metropolitan East side.Another Wellington Point student, Josh Hilton, was selected as a shadow for the team.The boys will face off against other state teams at the National Youth Championship on the Sunshine Coast next month.The three boys have represented the Redlands at district and state levels together in the past.”We’ve had some good coaches along the way who helped us get to where we are,” Russell said.”I think it’s a team effort for all of us to make the Queensland team.”The side’s toughest opposition will come from the NSW Combined Catholic Colleges team, which won against Queensland in last year’s grand final.Russell said he was confident about the ability of this year’s team.”Our Queensland side looks pretty sharp at the moment,” he said.”It’s been one of the best Queensland sides that the three of us have been in and I think we’re going to go a long way.”Russell’s brother, Adam, made the Under 15s boys Queensland team, while sisters Rebecca and Jemma Mi Mi also made it onto the Under 15 girls’ side for the state.The Under 15 teams will travel to Darwin for the national championships in October.Anyone who would like to donate or sponsor players can contact Janine Russell on 0427 151 621.Strong teams in challenge for national honoursNorthern Territory News 10.09.2013Northern Territory will be in the thick of the action when the Touch Football Australia National Youth Championships start on the Sunshine Coast tomorrow. Boys and girls teams featuring players from Darwin, Alice Springs, Gove, Katherine and Ramingining will compete in the five-day championships at Kawana Waters. The boys team, which is coached by Mark Tibbits, features a good blend of experience and youth. Bradley Sneddon, an A-grade rugby league player with the Nightcliff Dragons and Jack Caspani stand out as senior players in the group. The team also features two sets of brothers in Tyrell and Jevon Forbes, and Cody and Zane Clarke-Edwards. The Territory is drawn in Pool A where they play NSW Combined Catholic Colleges, Central Queensland, South Queensland, Tasmania, Victoria, Brisbane City, NSW Touch Development and New Zealand under-15s. The girls team, coached by Tamara Duggan, is rated by Top End touch officials as a young and talented group, with Chantal Valastro, Tamia De Araujo and Danielle Smith among the players to watch. The Territory is drawn in Pool B against the NSW Combined High Schools, South West Queensland, Brisbane City, NSW Combined Independent Schools, ACT, Victoria, South Queensland and New Zealand under-15s. TERRITORY TEAMS GIRLS: Danielle Smith, Madison Glass-Jones, Kitisha Hayes-Clarke, Tamia De Araujo, Michaela Long, Tyra Fredericks, Jessica Dthalangu, Tahlia Hazel, Tahlia Taylor-Kickett, Lauren Donnelly, Braydee Motlop-Smith, Georgie Walker, Mateeka Nielson, Alyssa Eres, Emily Wilson, Chantal Valastro. Coach: Tamara Duggan. Assistant coach: Buffy Angel. BOYS: Bradley Sneddon, Jack Caspani, Cody Clarke-Edwards, Tyrone Bain, Joel Rousell, Jacob Pangquee, Michael Peckham, Gavin Boase, Tyrell Forbes, Jevon Forbes, Zane Clarke-Edwards, Craig O’Bryan, Andrew Pilbrow, Damien Sandry, Jabryah Hughson. Coach: Mark Tibbits.If you see a story from your local area that you’d like to see on the Touch Football Australia website, please email email@example.com.Related LinksTalking Touch
The Australian Masters Games is a biennial sporting event that is regarded as one of the premier and largest participation sporting events on the Australian sporting landscape. In 2017 the 16th edition of the Games will be hosted in Tasmania from Saturday 21st to Saturday 28th October.Touch Football will be amongst the biggest of the 40+ sports on offer at the games and is expected to attract over 6,000 participants for the week-long sporting and social program.Early Bird entries for the 16th Australian Masters Games close on Friday 11 August. Take this opportunity to enjoy the discounted Games entry of $99*.Your Games entry provides you with a number of goodies including kit bag, drink bottle, access to the Opening Ceremony in conjunction with the Devonport Food and Wine Festival, discounts to businesses throughout Tasmania’s North West, medical services and more.As well as an extensive sporting schedule, the Games will also comprise of a variety of social events throughout the week, providing a festival atmosphere for both competitors, visitors and the local community.Enter now at www.AustralianMastersGames.com for a week to remember.Touch Football Competition Details:DATES: Wednesday 25 – Saturday 28 October 2017VENUE: Meercroft Park, DevonportAGE: Men 30+, Women 27+If you need help booking accommodation for your team please call the Tourism Information Hotline on 1800 649 514.* Please note: a $9.00 service fee is payable per person at the time of submitting your registration, plus a sport specific entry fee. Further details available in the Games Entry Terms & Conditions.
Chris Clark doesn’t know where he will be playing college football, but UCLA claims to know the future of the four-star tight end. As a recruiting pitch to the 6-foot-6, 247-pound prospect, the Bruins’ recruiting staff wrote a fake, two-page ESPN The Magazine article about what Clark will do at UCLA. According to the story, Clark will: Score a 57-yard touchdown on his first snap as a Bruin. Be a consensus first-team All-American all three seasons at UCLA.Lead the Bruins to the College Football Playoff as a sophomore. Win the Mackey Award and a national championship as a junior. Leave school for the NFL after his junior season, become “Rob Gronkowski 2.0.”Here’s the story. It’s pretty great. Coolest recruiting pitch pic.twitter.com/hbDZO5ztLt— Chris Clark (@Clark8Chris) January 15, 2015Creating mock magazine covers is commonplace in recruiting, but a two-page article is something we haven’t seen before. Well done, UCLA.
CFB Map“Sleeping giant” is a term people love to throw around in the college football world. Everyone kind of has their own definition for what a “sleeping giant” is, but it can basically be summed up like this: a college football program that, for whatever the reason, has yet to reach its full potential, a potential that is at a national title-level. Who are the biggest sleeping giants in college football, then? SB Nation’s Bill Connelly tweeted out this question this morning. Sunday pop quiz: What program do you consider the biggest potential sleeping giant in college football?— Bill Connelly (@SBN_BillC) July 10, 2016He didn’t himself give an answer. Other people responded, though. Here are the answers: @SBN_BillC UNC UCF is a P5 starter kit but in P5 probably UNC but that’s 60% bc of schedule. I can’t believe I’m typing this but Miami?— Geoffrey Mitchell (@geoffmitchell) July 10, 2016@SBN_BillC Miami— ᴏsᴄᴀʀ ɢᴀᴍʙʟᴇ (@OscarGambler) July 10, 2016 @SBN_BillC Neb or Miami. I would say my AU Tigers but they never really sleep, they just nap from time to time. They’re waking up for ’16.— Jarred Graves (@guitarist1984) July 10, 2016@SBN_BillC Houston or Colorado— Joel Smith (@joelestra) July 10, 2016 @SBN_BillC Georgia should be way better. Top 5 HS FBall state and no in state rivals for the top crutes. They could be ‘Bama.— That Guy (@improbus00) July 10, 2016@SBN_BillC Maryland.— THE KEY PLAY (@thekeyplay) July 10, 2016 @SBN_BillC unc— Allen Kenney (@BlatantHomerism) July 10, 2016@SBN_BillC Arizona State.— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) July 10, 2016 @SBN_BillC Washington.— RS (@godaytonflyers) July 10, 2016You can read all the responses here.My answer: Georgia.