Who’s going to win Super Bowls this fall? Eric Rueb makes his BOLD high school football playoff predictions

Illinois has also postponed football, as has New Mexico, and California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii are also waiting for 2021 before starting games. PROVIDENCE – Jared Bynum possesses firsthand knowledge of what it’s like to transfer into a college basketball program that’s overseen by Ed Cooley. The same holds true for Ed Croswell. LINCOLN – In a family featuring two older siblings who either went on to play or are currently playing Division I college sports, Christian Toro understood that he was the gatekeeper to an important legacy.

So who am I picking to win the Super Bowls then? Well, I told everyone on my Instagram Show – ‘Rueby Tuesday’ – earlier this week where I broke down each division, including explaining what has to happen in D-IV in the final week of their regular season. WOONSOCKET — Balanced scoring and a pressing defense is going to be the key to the Mount St. Charles girls basketball team’s success this season. The recipe got the team off on the right start Friday night against visiting North Smithfield. “It’s definitely our current plan, but it’s 100 percent tentative,” RIIL Assistant Executive Director Tom Marcello said. “We don’t even have winter solidified as far as a start date, regular season or playoff date yet.”

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – It was last spring and Louis Hutchinson decided to mark the occasion of inking his National Letter of Intent to join the University of Rhode Island men’s basketball program with some playful ribbing. SMITHFIELD – A Bryant University men’s basketball player didn’t join his teammates and coaches on the returning flight home Monday. Instead, third-year forward Kvonn Cramer remained in a Cincinnati hospital where he’s in stable condition in intensive care.

Cloudy with snow showers developing for the afternoon. High 34F. Winds NNE at 10 to 15 mph. Snow accumulations less than one inch.. “As things play out, we can take whatever scenario fits the rest and be ready to go,” Lunney said, “so we’re not reacting to things in February.” Several coaches reached by The Providence Journal confirmed the plans, but also with the addendum that there’s a long way to go between now and Feb. 22.

The second week of the RIIL football postseason is upon us and sportswriters Brendan McGair (Pawtucket Times/Woonsocket Call) and Will Geoghegan look at all the matchups on the docket for Friday and Saturday. Officials from Sweetspot, located on Pershing Ave in South Kingstown, say the business has no plans to offer retail recreational bobby fisher iq marijuana sales in SK because local hurdles seem too high to overcome. A public hearing is scheduled Monday by the South Kingstown Town Council to discuss proposed ordinances related to the sale of marijuana. Should businesses that seek to sell retail marijuana face tougher regulations than those selling alcohol products?

“It was good to hear some potential tentative plans, but obviously nothing is set in stone,” said Cumberland head coach Josh Lima, who’s also president of the RI football coaches association. “I’ve had guys already asking me what’s the schedule, who am I playing. That stuff’s been talked about, but that’s not even in the forecast now. We want to make sure we can play on those dates.” BARRINGTON — Three-game losing streak aside, the Woonsocket High football team can take away several positives from Friday night’s overtime loss to Barrington.

PROVIDENCE – Studying the stat sheet that was distributed after the Providence Friars survived Tuesday’s season opener, one could not help but be drawn to the free-throw disparity that was the prevailing factor in the narrow escape against Rider. WARWICK – Two-year realignment proposals that will cover the 2023 and 2024 spring seasons received the unanimous blessing from the RIIL’s Principals’ Committee on Athletics during this past Monday’s meeting. PROVIDENCE – For Jared Bynum, it’s a whole new ballgame regarding life as a marked Providence Friar. Snow this evening will transition to snow showers late.

If that were to happen, it would affect far more than the football season. In an interview with Brian Crandall of WJAR Tuesday, Gov. Gina Raimondo voiced concern about Rhode Island’s COVID numbers and warned that RI may have to return to Phase II if the trend continues. The first step in any plan coming to fruition would be getting football approved by the state.

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