Coming to Pittsburgh, PA from September 23-24, Thrival Innovation + Music Festival has shared their lineup… with pancakes?Seriously though, the festival has used pancake art to share their 2016 lineup, which includes The Chainsmokers, Ty Dolla $ign, CHVRCHES, Thievery Corporation, Lettuce and more. If you don’t believe us, check out their video below:Thrival 2016 Music Lineup Announcement from Jordan Robarge on Vimeo.You can scope the full lineup below, and head to the festival’s website for more information.
highlights New Zealand beat India by 80 runs in the Wellington ODI.Hotspot showed a mark but RTS showed a flat line in the Mitchell dismissal.India have not yet won a T20I in New Zealand. New Delhi: Daryl Mitchell was in the centre of a massive Decision Review System (DRS) controversy during the Auckland Twenty20 International between India and New Zealand. Mitchell, who made his debut in the first game in Wellington, was given out LBW to Krunal Pandya in the seventh over and he opted for the review. Replays showed there was an inside edge and there was a mark on hotspot. However, when it came to the use of the Real Time Snicko, there was no spike and the onfield decision of out stayed. Mitchell was stunned and he refused to go, clearly believing that there was an inside edge. The onfield umpires had a chat and the situation became even tense when the Indian cricket team got involved. MS Dhoni was having a chat with the officials and Kane Williamson, the New Zealand skipper while Rohit Sharma had a confused look.After a delay of two to three minutes, Mitchell was given the marching orders but the decision by third umpire Shaun Haig raised big questions on the need of a conclusive evidence to overturn the decision. Hotspot showed mark as the ball passed the bat and onto the pad. However, with Real Time Snicko not showing a spike, the third umpire decided to go with evidence based on RTS and Mitchell was given the marching orders. The only way Mitchell would have stayed on the wicket was if Rohit Sharma had withdrawn the appeal. The decision resulted in the match commentators lashing out at the third umpire. Simon Doull called the decision ‘horrendous’ and said there was a clear inside edge. Doull was virtually seething and he was joined by other New Zealand commentators. The rules are clear: Without proper evidence, the on-field umpire’s decision stays and the benefit of doubt goes to the umpire. Third umpire haig chose to go with evidence from RTS and not from Hotspot.Writing on his official Twitter handle, cricket expert Harsha Bhogle said, “Once the DRS messed it up there was no solution other than asking the batsman to leave. The 3rd umpire has preferred snicko over hot spot. We haven’t heard the last of this. I can understand if the 3rd umpire says the two resolution methods are in conflict and so I will go with the on-field decision. But he doesn’t say that.”New Zealand won the toss and chose to bat but they were jolted by three wickets from Krunal Pandya. Kane Williamson’s side lead the series 1-0 after a record 80-run win in the Wellington T20I. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Bears work out kicker Nick Folk, report says Jones’ agency announced the deal on Twitter. Congrats to #TeamESM client @redford_jones19 on signing with the @ChicagoBears !! #BearDown #Bears #NFL— EnterSports Management (@EnterSportsMgmt) January 25, 2019The Bears’ Super Bowl dreams were crushed when five-year veteran Cody Parkey missed a game-winning field goal attempt against the Eagles. Parkey’s kick hit an upright and the crossbar before falling to the ground, leading to a 16-15 loss for the Bears in the wild-card round. Related News The Bears just signed a new kicker.Chicago signed free agent Redford Jones after a workout Friday. Jones beat out several other kickers for the job. Jones was a place kicker at Tulsa for three seasons, converting a total of 50 field goals. His longest kick came from 51 yards out.Chicago finished 2018-19 with a 12-4 record and won the NFC North. The Bears were just a field goal away from advancing to the second round of the playoffs.