Arkansas shooters struggled early, making only 3 of their first 17 shots as Georgia used a 9-0 run to lead 24-9. Georgia led 29-13 before being outscored 15-4 and making only one shot from the field in the final six minutes of the half.
It’s doing really, really well, Watt said (via ESPN.com). [I’m] very excited about where it’s going. It’s getting stronger every single day. They let me do a little bit more and more. I get to run again in a little while.
Watt isn’t sure if he will be back in time for the team’s organized team activities that go from mid-April to mid-June, but he also doesn’t want to push his return.
I’d like to, but I also know that I’m not going to push it, Watt said. If I can, I can. If I can’t, I can’t. My goal is to come back for training camp and be ready to go.
We were able to play ahead the whole time, Iowa coach Fran McCaffery said. `I thought we worked and prepared well — and we stayed locked in.
Getting up early was indeed crucial for Iowa, which never trailed after falling behind by at least 17 points in each of its previous six games. The Hawkeyes got off to a scorching start — forcing nine straight Badgers misses to go up by 12 midway through the first half.
In a letter from Philly PD commissioner Richard Ross Jr. dated January 15 (via @CityAndStatePA), he advises businesses that plan to be closed Sunday, when the Eagles host the Vikings at Lincoln Financial Field, to take precautions against unruly fans who might be celebrating a Philly victory after the 6:40 p.m. ET game:
To avoid any problems with celebrants … on Sunday, January 21, 2018, the 15th Police District respectfully request and suggest that if you own a business located in the area of Frankford and Cottman Avenues, and your business will be closed, that you have grates locked and secured in order to protect your property. Please remove anything outside your business trash cans, flower pots, etc.
If you are a bar owner, the 15th District is requesting that you sell alcoholic beverages in plastic cups and refrain from selling take-out bottles.