David Gilmour is in the middle of his first tour in North America since 2006. After playing three shows in Los Angeles, the Pink Floyd guitarist had one more stop in the City of Angels; the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live. Much like his current setlists, Gilmour was able to perform both a classic from the Pink Floyd catalog and a song from his newly-released solo album, Rattle That Lock. For the former, Gilmour chose the title track to Floyd’s 1975 album, Wish You Were Here. For the latter, Gilmour chose the title track to his own solo album, delighting fans with an edition of “Rattle That Lock.”You can watch videos of both songs performed, below:“Wish You Were Here”“Rattle That Lock”
A total of four Pac-12 coaches made the top 25, with Oregon’s Mario Cristobal the highest-ranked coach of the three. The Ducks are coming off a Pac-12 championship and have the look of a College Football Playoff contender again. MORE 2020 COACH RANKINGSACC | Big TenUtah’s Kyle Whittingham and Stanford’s David Shaw are the other top 25 coaches on the list. The conference also features three new coaches in Washington’s Jimmy Lake, Washington State’s Nick Rolovich and Colorado’s Karl Dorrell. The next elite coach might be the one who gets the conference back in the College Football Playoff for the first time since 2016. With that in mind, here’s a deeper look at our Pac-12 coach rankings for 2020 (record at current school): 2020 Pac-12 Coach Rankings RANKCOACHSCHOOLWLPCTOVR1Mario CristobalOregon217.750152Kyle WhittinghamUtah13164.672183David ShawStanford8634.717214Clay HeltonUSC4022.645265Herm EdwardsArizona State1511.577306Justin WilcoxCal2018.526487Chip KellyUCLA717.292538Jimmy LakeWashington00.000649Nick RolovichWashington State0.00006510Jonathan SmithOregon State717.2927711Kevin SumlinArizona915.3757812Karl DorrellColorado00.00096Quick reads — Cristobal made a 28-spot jump in our overall rankings, and the recruiting at Oregon has contributed to that quick rise since he took over. The Ducks are 13-5 in conference play the past two seasons and figure to be the favorite to win the Pac-12 in most preseason publications. — Cristobal’s rise coincides with a drop for Shaw, who still maintains a .717 winning percentage. That’s the best among active coaches in the conference, but a .500 record the past two seasons and a 4-8 campaign in 2019 have that program on the spot. — What do we do with Clay Helton? We initially had him in the top 25, but we dropped him out at the last minute. Helton has steadied the recruiting with the Trojans heading into 2021, but the program cannot slip down this season. USC is just 13-12 the past two seasons; but it does come with an 11-7 record in Pac-12 play. — Arizona State’s Herm Edwards has a case to be in the top 25 given that the Sun Devils could be in the mix in the Pac-12 South. He’s 15-11 with a bowl victory since taking over, but a .500 record in league play has keep this program from a true breakthrough. The Pac-12 is looking for its next elite coach. Chris Petersen’s decision to retire at Washington means that the conference does not have a coach in the top 10 of our 1-130 coach rankings for the first time since 2016.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is explaining how he plans to reopen the state at the end of the month now that the curve is flattening.Appearing on FOX News, Gov. DeSantis praised residents for doing their part to help flatten the curve amid the coronavirus pandemic. Broward County Mayor Dale Holness says he’s looking at reopening some public spaces as soon as next week. The first areas to reopen could be parks, boat ramps and golf courses. Boca Raton will be reopening boat ramps this morning to commercial fishermen to use.and will meet again on Monday to consider reopening more of Boca.The coronavirus is responsible for more deaths in Southeast Florida. The Florida Department of Health yesterday announced about two dozen more deaths across Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Broward counties. Statewide, there were 44 deaths reported yesterday.
It will be remarkable, and surprising, if NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell survives arguably the greatest scandal — and by far the worst two-week period — in league history. The press conference did little to allay the fears of a distrustful public and only served to emboldened the formerly cowering workforce to rip into Goodell with aplomb.Already the players are circling around the commissioner in the waters and, with Goodell hemorrhaging so much blood from this public relations catastrophe, commenced to a feeding frenzy on their lame duck commissioner because of his penchant for giving non-denial denials and spitting out ambiguous responses that failed to answer pointed questions.Take a look at the current and former players rip the “law-and-order” commissioner who for his lack of leadership on a embarrassing string of domestic violence and child abuse cases, for his hypocrisy, as well as a hint of a what some players believe is a cover up on the Ray Rice investigation.