COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina has added former Miami offensive coordinator Thomas Brown as its running backs coach. The school announced Brown's hire Wednesday. Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp says Brown is an accomplished running backs coach who has excelled at Wisconsin, Georgia and Miami. Brown spent the last threewww.washingtontimes.com
South Carolina has added former Miami offensive coordinator Thomas Brown as its running backs coach. The school announced Brown's hire Wednesday. Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp says Brown is an accomplishedthenewstribune
President Donald Trump’s ill-advised trade wars with America’s trading partners may have cost U.S. taxpayers and corporations over $13 billion, reports Bloomberg News. The report states that data submitted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows that “more than $13 billion in duties imposed by the Trump administration were assessed on imported goods as of Dec. 18,” but that actual receipt could “lag and be lower” due to refunds and other factors. According to theRaw Story
Two former South Carolina sheriff's deputies were charged with involuntary manslaughter on Friday for the deaths of two women who drowned while being transported through floodwaters resulting from September's Hurricane Florence, court officials said.U.S.
The first thing people involved in the South Carolina football program said about Ernest Jones centered around something those outside the program couldn’t see. To a degree, that makes sensecharlotteobserver
In four days, federal employees will suffer their first missed paycheck since Trump's border wall shutdown; it's hard to say who will be worst hit: the employees who are furloughed will never see that money (but who may have been able to pick up some other work while they were off the job to cover their bills); or the "essential" federal employees who've had to show up for work every day without pay, but who will, someday, get a paycheck to cover their forced labor. In the latter group are...Boing Boing
The Trump administration’s tariff-driven trade fight with China and others could drive up inflation and cost jobs in the U.S., says the San Francisco Fed.WSJ