The TCU Horned Frogs opened their season with a 45-42 loss at home against the Deion Sanders-led Colorado Buffaloes Saturday afternoon.
Buffaloes quarterback Shedeur Sanders threw for 510 yards and four touchdowns, a school record, while his two-way star Travis Hunter had 11 catches for 119 yards along with an interception when he went in at defensive back.
TCU quarterback Chandler Morris completed 24-of-42 passes for 279 yards and two touchdowns, including a rushing touchdown.
The Horned Frogs will attempt to bounce back against the Nicholls State Colonels next Saturday evening at Amon G. Carter Stadium.
Romania is moving air defences closer to its Danube villages across the river from Ukraine where Russian drones have been attacking grain facilities, and is adding more military observation posts and patrols to the area, two senior defence sources said. The measures, along with the deployment of four additional U.S. F-16 fighter jets and an expanded no-fly zone, are a sign of growing concern in Romania and the broader NATO alliance that the Ukraine war could spill over into its territory.
The story of how British culture after the Second World War was enriched by emigrés fleeing from Nazi-occupied Europe is one we think we know well. We’ve heard about the wonderful artists like Kurt Schwitters, film-makers like Karel Reisz, philosophers like Isaiah Berlin, the publisher and Zionist George Weidenfeld, and perhaps most famous of all Sigmund Freud.
Swiss federal prosecutors have indicted the daughter of a former president of Uzbekistan on charges including money laundering, bribery and participation in a criminal network that used “violence and intimidation.” Authorities have already frozen or confiscated hundreds of millions of Swiss francs (dollars) in the case. The attorney general's office said Gulnara Karimova, the daughter of former President Islam Karimov, was indicted along with the former director-general of the Uzbek subsidiary of a Russian telecommunications company for crimes allegedly committed between 2005 and 2013.
Over 88,000 people have crossed into Armenia from Nagorno-Karabakh and the total number of arrivals could rise to 120,000, said a U.N. refugee agency official on Friday, appealing for support as authorities struggle to cope with the influx. Kavita Belani, UNHCR representative in Armenia, told a U.N. press briefing by video link that huge crowds of tired and frightened people were gathering at registration centres. Nearly a third of the refugees are children, another UNHCR official told the briefing.
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The dollar continued to eased from a 10-month high on Friday, but was still headed for its biggest quarterly gain in a year, giving the yen some breathing room as intervention watch intensified. Elsewhere, the euro rose for a second day, up 0.4% at $1.0608, pulling further away from this week's multi-month low of $1.0488.
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There are hopes shoots could still grow from one of the UK's most famous trees - the Sycamore Gap, beside Hadrian's Wall - which was deliberately chopped down.National Trust general manager Andrew Poad spoke to BBC Breakfast
Nabiullina also said rate decisions would depend on the situation in Russia's economy. Russia's central bank raised its key interest rate by 100 basis points to 13% on Sept. 15, jacking up the cost of borrowing at its third meeting in succession in response to a weaker rouble and other persistent inflationary pressures.