Georgia Tech vs Louisville Live Stream

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ATLANTA – Louisville will hit the road for the second time during a three-game road stretch, visiting Georgia Tech on Friday for the first time in program history.

The Cardinals lost their second-straight ACC contest for the first time in the Scott Satterfield eraasd, falling to Pittsburgh 23-20 on Sept. 26. The Panthers sacked quarterback Malik Cunningham seven times and limited the Cardinals to 223 yards of total offense in the defeat.

Coming off a bye week, the Yellow Jackets are 1-2 overall and 1-1 in the ACC. Georgia Tech picked up a conference win over Florida State in the season opener, but dropped a 37-20 decision to Syracuse on Sept. 26. They also lost their lone non-conference gameasd of the season to No. 14 UCF.

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Date/Time/Place: Friday, 7:00 p.m. EST, Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta, Ga.

Surface: Grass

Capacity: 68,400

Records: Louisville 1-2, 0-2 in Atlantic Coast Conference, 8-5, 5-3 in 2019; Georgia Tech 1-2, 1-1 in Atlantic Coast Conference, 3-9, 2-6 in 2019

Betting Line: Louisville by 5.0

Series Notes: asdGeorgia Tech holds a 1-0 lead in the overall series, and this is the first time playing at Bobby Dodd Stadium. In the last meeting, TaQuon Marshall ran for 175 yards and twoasd scores to lead Georgia Tech to a 66-31 victory over Louisville on Friday night. The Yeasdllow Jackets ran for a season-high 542 yards, the third-best total in schoolasd history and the second most ever yielded by the Cardinals.

TV: ESPN; Jason Benetti

How to watch Louisiana Tech vs. UTEP: NCAA Football live stream info, TV channel, time, game odds

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Who’s Playing

UTEP @ Louisiana Tech

Current Records: UTEP 3-1; Louisiana Tech 2-1

What to Know

The UTEP Miners are 0-5 against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs since November of 2015, but they’ll have a chance to close the gap a little bit on Saturday. The Miners’ bye week comes to an end as they meet up with Louisiana Tech at 7:30 p.m. ET at Joe Aillet Stadium. UTEP isn’t expected to win, but seeing as the odds didn’t stop them last game, maybe the team has another upset up their sleeve.

Two weeks ago, UTEP turned the game against the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks into a track meet and took the gold after outgaining them 504 yards to 174. Everything went UTEP’s way against Louisiana-Monroe as they made off with a 31-6 win. That 25-point margin sets a new team best for UTEP on the season. UTEP’s RB Deion Hankins was one of the most active players for the squad, rushing for three TDs and 118 yards on 22 carries.

Meanwhile, the Bulldogs have to be aching after a bruising 45-14 defeat to the BYU Cougars last Friday. Louisiana Tech was down 38-7 at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from. A silver lining for them was the play of WR Smoke Harris, who caught three passes for two TDs and 82 yards. One of the most thrilling moments was Harris’ 66-yard TD reception in the first quarter.

UTEP is now 3-1 while Louisiana Tech sits at 2-1. Two offensive stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: UTEP comes into the contest boasting the 12th most rushing touchdowns in the nation at eight. The Bulldogs have displayed some offensive firepower of their own as they enter the game with 12 passing

7 Exciting New Horror Movies You Can Stream at Home This Weekend

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October is horror movie season, but there’s no reason to watch “Hocus Pocus” for the umpteenth time when there are newer offerings available. This year, several of the major horror film festivals across the U.S. were forced to cancel their physical gatherings, but they’ve joined forces to create a single virtual festival event loaded with promising new work from around the world. Running October 8 – 11, Nightstream represents the collaborative programming efforts of Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, Overlook, the North Bend Film Festival, and Popcorn Frights Festival. The supersized curatorial undertaking has yielded an international lineup of genre efforts that include some favorites from earlier the festival season as well as many discoveries.

Launching as New York Film Festival’s virtual edition winds down, Nightstream is another example of ongoing efforts to replicate the festival experience in these stay-at-home times. The program opens Thursday with the world premiere of the Hulu Original production “Run,” which stars Sarah Paulson in a thriller about a wheelchair-bound teenager. It also features a 20th anniversary “American Psycho” event with Mary Harron in conversation and a “Dinner With the Masters of Horror” conversation featuring Mick Garris and some unannounced guests.

Go here for more information on how to purchase passes for the festival. Here are some of the most intriguing horror films (or, in some cases, horror-ish) on offer.

“Black Bear”

The basics: set in the kind of glamorous mountain mansion that never seems like anyone’s actual home, we’re first introduced to flinty filmmaker Allison (Aubrey Plaza), who is visiting the makeshift artist retreat on the recommendation of a pal. It’s run by — and owned by and lived in — flirty Gabe (Christopher Abbott) and his pregnant partner Blair (Sarah Gadon), who are amusingly ill-suited for any kind of professional endeavor (and

Duke vs. Virginia Tech: How to watch, schedule, live stream info, game time, TV channel

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Who’s Playing

Virginia Tech @ Duke

Current Records: Virginia Tech 1-0; Duke 0-3

What to Know

Considering their sizeable disadvantage in the spread, the Duke Blue Devils can expect to have a real challenge on their hands on Saturday. Duke and the Virginia Tech Hokies will face off in an ACC battle at 4 p.m. ET at Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium. The Blue Devils stagger in desperate for their first win of the season.

Duke scored first but ultimately less than the Virginia Cavaliers in their contest on Saturday. Duke lost to Virginia on the road by a decisive 38-20 margin. No one had a standout game offensively for Duke, but they got scores from TE Noah Gray and TE Jake Marwede. One of the most thrilling moments was Marwede’s 55-yard TD reception in the first quarter.

Meanwhile, Virginia Tech took care of business in their home opener. They made easy work of the NC State Wolfpack on Saturday and carried off a 45-24 victory. The game was all but wrapped up at the end of the third, by which point the Hokies had established a 37-17 advantage. They can attribute much of their success to RB Khalil Herbert, who rushed for one TD and 104 yards on six carries.

Virginia Tech’s defense was a presence as well, as it embarrassed NC State’s offensive line to sack the quarterback six times for a loss of 21 yards. Leading the way was DL Justus Reed and his two sacks. Those were the first sacks for Reed through Week 4.

Virginia Tech’s win lifted them to 1-0 while Duke’s loss dropped them down to 0-3. Giving up seven turnovers, Duke had had trouble holding onto the ball. We’ll see if Virginia Tech can exploit that vulnerability.

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SSI SCHAEFER Announces Clear Stream Program for Reusable Containers, Part of Ongoing 50 Sustainability and Climate Leaders Initiative

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Reusable Containers from SSI SCHAEFER

Sustainable, reusable straight wall containers from SSI SCHAEFER
Sustainable, reusable straight wall containers from SSI SCHAEFER
Sustainable, reusable straight wall containers from SSI SCHAEFER

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Sept. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Schaefer Systems International, Inc., a leader in reusable packaging, automation and material handling systems, announced today that the company is rolling out Clear Stream for its reusable container product line to help rid the oceans of rigid plastic waste. The Clear Stream program is launching as part of the 50 Sustainability and Climate Leaders initiative, which SSI SCHAEFER has been selected as the only global material handling company to participate. The Clear Stream program provides a sustainable vision put forth from SSI SCHAEFER and its clients—preserving the world’s oceans.

As our clients implement sustainability measures into their process, the Clear Stream option meets or exceeds specific criteria. This program enables a more sustainable supply chain throughout the manufacturing process. While reusable packaging from SSI SCHAEFER already provides a sustainable closed loop transport supply chain, this type of program adds additional sustainability efforts. At its core, this program helps preserve our oceans by transforming consumer plastic waste into reusable, viable products for material handling.

“We’re committed to sustainability and our Clear Stream program, which enables our clients to meet or succeed their sustainability goals,” stated Andy Schumacher, Vice President of Packaging Systems Division of Schaefer Systems International, Inc. “Clear Stream falls within the SSI Sustainable Initiatives, and when combined with our other sustainability programs like our recycling buyback program, it’s a win-win combination for our clients and our planet,” continued Schumacher.

The SSI SCHAEFER Clear Stream program incorporates ocean-bound plastic that is found in traditional post-consumer resin, which is taken often from at-risk areas to keep plastics from reaching our beaches and waterways. In turn, this versatile program continues to provide a