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Football overwhelmed by Baker Mayfield in Norman, 38-20

first_imgLinkedin TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Men’s basketball scores season-low in NIT semifinals loss to Texas Twitter Garrett Podell printGary Patterson’s defense entered Saturday No. 1 in the Big 12 in essentially every statistical measure, but none of that mattered to Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield in the first half who tore TCU apart to the tune of 299 passing yards and three touchdowns, scoring 38 points in what-looked like a blowout victory over TCU at the half, 38-14.However, Patterson’s bunch buckled down in the second half, limiting the Sooners to 138 yards and no points in what ended with a 38-20 road defeat.Most of the Sooner signal-caller’s scoring occurred in the first half and was provided by OU running back Rodney Anderson. Anderson earned 203 total yards and four touchdowns, two rushing and two receiving in the first half.“Baker is a good player, and with Rodney Anderson we needed to do a better job of tackling and we didn’t do that,” Patterson said. “They have good players and you have to give their defense credit: we only scored 20 points.”The Horned Frogs also held themselves back in the first half, as they were called for a combined six penalties for 55 yards, including the ejection of defensive end Mat Boesen. OU’s Anderson ripped off back-to-back runs of 30 and 24 yards, the last one going for a touchdown immediately after Boesen’s disqualification. TCU also had their fast play of the night, a five-yard run by running back Kyle Hicks negated by an unnecessary roughness penalty from wide receiver John Diarse.“Can’t hurt yourself with penalties: look at the first series right out of the gate, you can’t let the game get too big and too emotional,” Patterson said. “If you do that, you get yourself in trouble.”Offensively, TCU’s night started out with a lot of promise, as the Horned Frogs took a 7-3 lead over Oklahoma after two plays on its second drive. Running back Kyle Hicks slipped past the Sooner defense on a wheel route for a gain of 62 yards, and running back Darius Anderson punctuated the possession with a 13-yard touchdown run up the middle in which he was untouched.The Horned Frog offense celebrates Darius Anderson’s 13-yard touchdown run in the first quarter against Oklahoma. Photo courtesy of GoFrogs.comOutside of that first possession, TCU accumulated 176 yards the rest of the half for just seven more points, and Anderson suffered an injury just before halftime, as the Horned Frogs entered the locker room trailing by 24.TCU quarterback Kenny Hill said the turning point came early in the first quarter when OU regained the lead, 10-7.“After we missed a field goal and then we went three and out on the next drive, and then they went back and scored,” Hill said of when the game began to unravel. “You know it’s those stops early; we got to put up points early and we got to be able to match them.”After a scoreless third quarter, the Horned Frogs broke the drought with 10:44 remaining in the game on a three-yard touchdown pass from Hill to Hicks that cut the OU lead to 18, 38-20. However, TCU failed to pick up the two-point conversion that could’ve made it a two-possession game.Defensively, TCU looked like the conference’s top defense in the final 30 minutes, keeping Mayfield and company off the scoreboard. “I told them at the half you have a choice: either we were going to come out and play or we were going to scrimmage tomorrow and if they didn’t want to play, we were going to put pads on and have a scrimmage,” Patterson said. “Obviously, we did a little bit in the second half: they started with 38 at halftime and ended the game with 38, so I was proud of our guys they did that because it’s not like they sit on the ball.”InjuriesTCU kicker Jonathan Song, who is a perfect 8-8 on field goals this season, was on the sideline Saturday, but he didn’t kick against the Sooners.“Jonathan Song couldn’t go, and he couldn’t kick Thursday for whatever reason,” Patterson said. “So we brought him, and we thought he maybe could tonight, but he couldn’t, and we’re back to the kicking extravaganza.”Horned Frog running back Darius Anderson suffered a lower-body injury in the second quarter and did not return to action. Patterson said it was doubtful that Anderson would play against Texas Tech and Baylor, TCU’s last two opponents in the regular season.“He’s a big part of our offense, and when he touches the ball he can go the distance,” Hill said of Anderson. “But you know people got to step up; Kyle and Sewo will be ready to go, plus Snell will get some looks at practice. We just have to have someone to step up.”Up Next:TCU heads to Lubbock next for a matchup with Texas Tech while firmly entrenched in second place in the Big 12 standings after Iowa State’s loss at home against Oklahoma State. Provided the Horned Frogs win out, they could see the Sooners again this season in the Big 12 championship game December 2.“If we win our next two ball games, we have a possible opportunity to play that team again, but that starts with Texas Tech,” Patterson said. “Here we go.”The Horned Frogs head to Lubbock, TX to face the Texas Tech Red Raiders Saturday. Kickoff is set for 11 a.m. ReddIt Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ Garrett Podellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/garrett-podell/ Facebook Listen: The Podell and Pickell Show with L.J. Collier Kenny Hill walks with his head down after TCU’s 38-20 loss to Oklahoma. 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GALLERY: Eni’s Jangkrik development offshore Indonesia

first_imgFollowing the start of gas production at Eni’s Jangkrik development off Indonesia, Offshore Energy Today has obtained images of the project made by one of the workers involved in the project execution. This deep water project was brought online on Monday, May 15, which was ahead of schedule and three and a half years after the project sanctioning.The photos of the project were sent to Offshore Energy Today by Bryan Montalbo, an Electrical & Instrument Integration/Hook-Up Supervisor at Saipem. Montalbo has been involved with the project for about two and a half years.The Jangkrik development comprises the gas fields Jangkrik and Jangkrik North East, located in the Muara Bakau block, Kutei basin, in the deep water of Makassar Strait.Production from ten deep water subsea wells, connected to the newly built Floating Production Unit (FPU) Jangkrik, will gradually reach 450 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscf/d), equivalent to 83,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boed).The Italian company Eni acts as the operator with a 55% stake and its partners are Engie E&P with 33.334% and PT. Saka Energi Muara Bakau with 11.666% interest.Offshore Energy Today StaffPhotos by Bryan Montalbo, Electrical & Instrument Integration/Hook-Up Supervisor at Saipemlast_img read more

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Holder urges batsmanship

first_img(ESPNCricinfo) – Jason Holder has told West Indies batsmen to “really look at (themselves) in the mirror” after suffering a top-order collapse on the third day of their intra-squad warm-up match.The second fixture between Holder XI and Brathwaite XI has again pitted the Test side’s likely bowling and batting line-ups respectively against each other, and yesterday there was no doubt who came out on top, as the batsmen limped to 112 for 7 at the close.Holder, who took a wicket in his first over of the tour, told the PA news agency: “No doubt, we’ve got to really look at ourselves in the mirror and really knuckle down, especially up front.“Up front is probably the hardest place to bat in any format in cricket and we’ve got to find ways to fight a little bit harder up front in our innings.“But in our first game, you pretty much saw people knuckle down and got in, Kraigg played really well and he’s been batting well in the nets, Shai Hope got a score in the first game. There are still some scores from our top-order.”Holder did not bowl in the first game after an ankle niggle, but said that he was feeling “pretty good” after getting through five overs last evening.“I’m pretty good. I won’t push it as hard as I probably would in a game as yet, but there are still a few more days before the first Test; but this has been the first bowl in the middle I’ve had since maybe March.“I just need to work myself back into it, gradually. I don’t feel under-prepared. I’ve had a good amount of time in the nets. Yes, I haven’t had the time in the middle but I’ve ticked all the boxes in terms of preparation.”Meanwhile, wicketkeeper/batsman Joshua Da Silva has declared himself ready for inclusion in the Test side if incumbent Shane Dowrich is not fit to play in the first Test.Dowrich hurt his side in last week’s warm-up game, and has played no part in this warm-up match as a precaution. A Cricket West Indies spokesperson said that Dowrich was “100% fit”, but Da Silva said that he was “definitely” ready if called upon after making an unbeaten 133.“Any opportunity I get, I’ll be ready to take, 100%,” he said in a virtual press conference. “You’re always trying to make the first team, but it’s not in my control. I’m just here to play cricket and score runs when possible – whatever happens, happens.“(The innings) wasn’t that difficult for me. I’ve been doing a lot of work with (batting coach Floyd) Reifer. All the other guys I thought gave away their wickets a little easily. The wicket had a bit in it – it was a bit slow, it was a bit two-paced at times and the ball moved around at times as well.“It means everything. Every hundred is an awesome feeling to me. I opened last season for the majority of the season, and did it in a couple of games this season as well, so it’s nothing I’m not accustomed to. Anywhere I’m needed, I’m ready to take up the role.”Despite his analysis that his team-mates had given away their wickets too easily, Da Silva said that he was “100% confident” that the batsmen were ready for the first Test on July 8.“The squad and the batting group are quite ready. In the last practice match we had a few good scores from each of the batsmen. I’m 100% confident that the guys are ready for the Test coming up. The bowlers asked the right questions – it can happen.”last_img read more

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