Sep. 10—RAINBOW WARRIORS OFFENSE Four-back Calvin Turner made the “SportsCenter ” Top 10 highlights last week when he caught a lateral on the right side, pirouetted off two defenders’ radar, then raced around the left side for a 36-yard TD. It was a spectacular but familiar path for Turner—and UH’s offense. In the run-and-gun, receivers jet across the formation or orbit behind quarterback Chevan Cordeiro to rattle defenses. Turner often will align wide right, then arc to the left, running 40 yards to catch a 5-yard bubble screen. Mountain West teams, notably Boise State, have been realigning formations for a generation. The difference is the Warriors are trying to accelerate their shifts as part of quick-tempo offense, a pace head coach Todd Graham ran successfully at Tulsa and Arizona State. In the first half against Portland State, UH ran a play every 22.6 seconds in racing to a 35-7 lead.
Sunday AM: Who says that people don’t go to the movies over Labor Day weekend?
And who says American audiences are hesitant about going to the movies?
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Hollywood, it’s time to re-think your game plan about the theatrical release schedule. It doesn’t look like Vax cards policing at any movie theaters prevented anyone from going to Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, as Disney continued to exercise a theatrical window post-Free Guy, taking their latest Marvel Cinematic Universe title to the second best-3 day of the pandemic with $71.4M, behind Disney/Marvel’s Black Widow ($80.3M) and ahead of F9‘s $70M. The 4-day per industry estimate is expected to be $89.2M. Disney is reporting $83.5M for the four-days as of this morning.
If Disney wants to launch another Marvel movie over Labor Day weekend going forward (with a theatrical window!), no one is
Vanderbilt might just get itself kicked out of the SEC by the end of the night following a dreadful performance against East Tennessee State Saturday night.
The Commodores were flat-out awful against the Buccaneers. One play in particular is bound to be the No. 1 play on SportsCenter‘s “Not Top 10” this week.
Trailing 13-3 in the fourth quarter, Vanderbilt quarterback Ken Seals took a snap and tried to make a quick throw to his left. He lost grip of the ball, it slipped out of his hands and an East Tennessee State defender picked it up and returned it for a touchdown. No, we’re not kidding.
This is one of the worst teams we’ve seen in a while. Wow.
Vanderbilt may hit a new all-time low this season, and that’s saying something. It’s pretty remarkable the Commodores play in the
First Asian American Marvel Superhero Movie Resurrecting Box Office & Breaking Labor Day Records With $75M-$85M
Saturday AM: Disney is proving they can open a Marvel movie anywhere on the calendar, even during a pandemic as Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings posted the third best opening day during the pandemic with $29.6M (just behind F9‘s $29.9M) with what will feasibly be the biggest Labor Day opening weekend of all-time with $75M-$85M+ over four-days. On a three-day measure, Shang-Chi is estimated to bring in $67.8M which is the third best debut during Covid times after Black Widow‘s $80.3M and F9‘s $70M.
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As star Simu Liu aptly said about the prospects about Shang-Chi at the box office in refuting Disney CEO Bob Chapek’s remarks that the latest MCU movie is “an interesting experiment” due to its 45-day theatrical window: “We are not an experiment. We are the