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first_img Related Stories Qaadir Sheppard and Amir Ealey suspended indefinitely due to violation of team rulesBlum: College football meant something in Syracuse, if only for a momentSyracuse AD Mark Coyle: ‘We’re going to get our degrees, and we’re going to compete for championships.’ Published on November 17, 2015 at 1:30 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschweds Scott Shafer ripped off his headset, threw one of his possessions to the ground and had to be restrained by two of his assistants on the sideline. The Syracuse head coach was irate following a 15-yard illegal use of hands penalty on his team and his tirade cost SU another 15 yards.The two penalties moved Clemson from its own 21-yard line to the Orange’s 49 midway through the third quarter on Saturday against Clemson. At the time, Syracuse trailed by just seven to the nation’s top team.Throughout the Orange’s (3-7, 1-5 Atlantic Coast) current seven-game losing streak Shafer has stressed that his team continue to “control the controllables,” but that’s something he didn’t do against Clemson.When asked Tuesday on his weekly teleconference about the challenge of contradicting himself, Shafer said, “Good point. I made a mistake on that play. Nothing they could learn from.”Shafer said he didn’t apologize to his team for the slipup.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Just like I don’t expect an apology from my players when they make a mistake,” Shafer said. “We own it and move forward.”Discussions with Mark CoyleAt his introductory press conference in June, newly hired Director of Athletics Mark Coyle said he would take this year to evaluate Syracuse’s football program. Mired in a seven-game losing streak, its longest since 2005, questions about Shafer’s job security are swirling.Shafer, who has one year left on his contract, was asked on Tuesday if he’s had any discussions with Coyle about his job.“If I did, that would be between Mark and I,” Shafer said.He was then asked if he would prefer a resolution before the season ends.“I think for me, it’s just a matter of focusing on things that are out in front of us right now and all the other things that are behind closed doors are just that, behind closed doors between me, my staff and anybody in the administration.Amir Ealey and Qaadir Sheppard suspensionsAfter Saturday’s game, Syracuse announced that freshmen defensive ends Amir Ealey and Qaadir Sheppard were suspended indefinitely for violating team policy. Tuesday was the first time Shafer addressed the media since the announcement of the suspension, but when asked about their availability, he reiterated what was already announced.Said Shafer: “Both young men are suspended indefinitely for violating team policy.” Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

first_imgThe battle for dominance between Nike and adidas is once again reshaping the commercial landscape of European football according to research released today.With the release of Repucomand PR Marketing’s latest Kit Supplier Report, figures show shirt sales in Europe continue to be big business for kit suppliers.Approximately 13 million shirts were sold by the 98 clubs of the top five European football leagues last season (2013/14), up over 14% on the 2011/12 season two years prior.English Premier League (EPL) clubs sold the majority of this figure, selling over five million shirts in total. This compares with clubs of Spain’s Primera División (3.10m), the German Bundesliga (2.32m), France’s Ligue 1 (1.22m) and Italy’s Serie A (1.18m).In the coming season however, of these top European leagues, it is only the EPL where Nike is not the most dominant kit supplier.Of the 25 brands supplying kits to teams of Europe’s top five leagues ahead of the 2014/15 season, Nike has outpaced its German rival adidas for the first time since the 2009/10 season. The US sports giant will kit out 26 clubs, an increase of five on last year’s total, whilst adidas will supply 18, a figure which has dropped by four. Nike now supply the kits to just over a quarter (26.5%) of all clubs in Europe’s top five leagues. In comparison, adidas’ kits represent an 18.4% share of the market.Andrew Walsh, football expert at Repucom, said: “In terms of revenue it is the top ten European teams which dominate, delivering 65% of total shirt sales in the five key football leagues, most of which coming from clubs in the English Premier League, adidas’ strongest market.“Whilst Nike may be winning in the quantity stakes, Adidas is certainly not bowing out in the running for market superiority, far from it in fact. The brand is now starting to flex its muscles by supplying Europe’s biggest clubs.”Currently, Nike’s top five deals which combined are worth approximately €125m per year include FC Barcelona, Manchester United FC, Paris Saint-Germain FC, Juventus FC and FC Internazionale.adidas’s top five deals include Real Madrid FC, Chelsea FC, FC Bayern Munich, AC Milan and Olympique de Marseille and total approximately €135m per year, €10m more than Nike. However, ahead of the 2015/16 season, adidas will be taking two of Nike’s biggest club deals; EPL giants, Manchester United and Italian Champions, Juventus FC.Andrew Walsh continued: “Manchester United’s Nike deal is currently worth an estimated €31.5m per year, a figure dwarfed by adidas’ new €94m deal, a difference of over €62m. The deal with Juventus will also increase, from €19m to approximately €23.25m per year.“adidas’s position in the market is certainly one of ‘quality’, already official partner of World Football’s biggest tournament, the FIFA World Cup, as well as World Champions, Germany and the UEFA Champions League, now they are moving to kit out the world’s biggest clubs underlining their position as football’s leading sports brand in terms of sponsorship. A title that Nike will of course continue to rival.“How the strategies of these big brands develop will ultimately play a defining role in shaping the commerciality of the industry itself and it is key for clubs to see how these two giants are carving up the European football apparel market. Whilst Nike looks to maximise the number of teams it supplies, Adidas is going for the most popular, most followed and ultimately biggest selling clubs in the world.”Dr. Rohlmann of PR Marketing said: “Kit deals in football are increasingly becoming more important in achieving a stronger market share for sports brands. “These companies significantly benefit from supplying top clubs through both jersey sales and a rise to their reputation internationally.”In addition, Puma has been able to strengthen its market position as the third major power in European football apparel with its new deal with Arsenal FC, formerly supplied, again, by Nike.Including its deal with German side, Borussia Dortmund, Puma now kit out nine clubs in Europe’s top five leagues. Italian brand Kappa’s eight deals means it is the only other company to supply more than four clubs ahead of the 2014/15 season.last_img read more

first_img“That’s what I do best, man,” he said of his defense.The fine second-half defense notwithstanding, none of this is possible without the game had by Jamal Crawford. Crawford started at one of the guard spots and came through with 37 points. He also doled out eight assists and grabbed six rebounds in just less than 41 minutes.Crawford made all 10 of his free throws, including four in the final 7.3 seconds. He also whipped a pass to Blake Griffin for a 20-foot jump-shot that gave the Clippers (6-4) a 97-94 lead with 17.9 seconds to go.“For him to have a night like he did tonight, that was huge,” Griffin said. “He wasn’t just hitting shots, but he was getting everybody else involved.”The most minutes Crawford had played in a game this season was 29. He motioned for Rivers to take him out early in the fourth quarter after not coming close on a 5-footer. He cracked up reporters when asked about that.“It’s hard taking yourself out of the game, but once I missed that little runner — it was like 5 feet and it was 2 feet short — I went, ‘OK, it’s time,’” Crawford said.It sounded like Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy was kicking himself for Crawford going off the way he did.“He played great,” Van Gundy said. “Honestly, I should have been able to come up with something that would have made it tougher.”Detroit guard Reggie Jackson marveled at the 35-year-old Crawford, who scored on an array of shots while making 12 of 27 — 3 of 7 from 3-point range.“When he gets it going, he is one of the best scorers in the league,” Jackson said.Griffin had another in a long line of fine games. He came through with 34 points on 14-of-25 shooting. He also had eight rebounds, nine assists, two steals and a block.DeAndre Jordan had 10 points and 16 rebounds for the Clippers, and Austin Rivers scored 13.Jackson and Ersan Ilyasova scored 20 points apiece for Detroit and center Andre Drummond had 18 points and 19 rebounds.The Clippers shot 46.8 percent overall, 36.8 percent (7 of 19) from beyond the arc.The Clippers don’t play again until they host Golden State on Thursday. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Having lost four of five, the Clippers on Saturday afternoon took the floor against an improving Detroit Pistons team. With starting guards Chris Paul and J.J. Redick out again with injuries, it was a recipe for another Clippers defeat.That appeared very possible when the Pistons held a 17-point lead midway through the second quarter. But the Clippers started playing defense and came away with a much-needed 101-96 victory before a sellout crowd of 19,060 at Staples Center.Paul (strained groin) and Redick (back spasms) have missed the past two games.One of the keys to victory was slowing down a Detroit team that made seven of its first 13 3-point attempts. The Pistons (5-4) missed their final 14 shots from beyond the arc, finishing 7 of 27 (25.9 percent).center_img Clippers coach Doc Rivers said his team looked “a little different” on defense in the second half.“We got up a little bit more in pick-and-rolls,” he said. “I thought our guards did a better job of going downhill and I thought that allowed our bigs to get back out. And we did some switching as well; we made some adjustments.”The Pistons scored just 36 points in the second half, during which the Clippers put together an all-around solid defensive effort.“I thought Luc (Mbah a Moute) was huge in the game tonight,” Rivers said.Mbah a Moute, a reserve forward who has not played much, played nearly nine minutes.last_img read more