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Howard Lake | 26 October 2000 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.  13 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis e-philanthropy hotsheet discontinued Some Web resources burn brightly and then go out. Sadly Allison Schwein’s excellent e-philanthropy hotsheet has ceased publishing. Ms Schwein told subscribers: “my path has moved on and I am no longer able to commit the proper amount of time necessary to keep up with the fast paced world of nonprofits and the internet.” read more

Banner will be a game-time decision against Sun Devils

first_imgWhen the USC football team makes its return to the Coliseum Saturday to take on Arizona State, it will be entering a stretch in which it plays four of its next five games at home.Tal Volk | Daily Trojan Potential big blow · Offensive tackle Zach Banner could miss Saturday’s game against ASU with an ankle injury. It would be a substantial loss for an offensive line looking to maintain a strong run attack.The Trojans (1-3) rounded out their week of preparation for the visiting Sun Devils (4-0) with a final practice on Thursday evening at Howard Jones Field.Banner Headlines Injury ReportAn ankle injury kept redshirt senior tackle Zach Banner mostly inactive throughout this week’s practices. While Banner did take the field for Thursday’s practice, he mostly stayed non-active in USC’s walkthrough-type workout.Helton announced that Banner will be a game-time decision Saturday and is currently at “about 80 percent” health wise.Banner’s ankle issue is another example of the injury woes the USC offensive line has undertaken this season. Junior center To’a Loebendahn had his 2016 season ended by an ACL/MCL tear and senior left tackle Chad Wheeler missed time earlier this season due to a heel injury.Redshirt senior Jordan Simmons and sophomore Chuma Edoga have been splitting time during practice at right tackle should Banner not play against the Sun Devils Saturday.Freshman cornerback Jack Jones is expected to play Saturday despite an ankle injury earlier in the week, according to Helton.Sophomore running back Dominic Davis has been ruled out against ASU with an upper thigh contusion injury.The Offense Cannot SettleUSC and ASU’s offenses have been polar opposites this season, production-wise. The Sun Devils possess the highest-scoring offense (48.8 PPG) in the Pac-12. Meanwhile, USC has the lowest-scoring offense in the conference (22 PPG).Ball-control and the sustaining offensive drives have been main points of emphasis for the Trojans in preparing to face ASU.“This is a game that I don’t think field goals are going to be good enough, and we’re stressing that to the offense,” head coach Clay Helton said. “The team that doesn’t turn the ball over and really performs best in the red zone is likely going to win this game.”The Sun Devils have proven they can be explosive offensively for all four quarters; they scored 31 points in the fourth quarter in their 51-41 victory over Cal last week. USC must maintain the pace offensively throughout, it cannot afford to score only 3 points in the fourth quarter like it did against Utah last week.Run Game Will Be Key ASU enters the Coliseum Saturday night with the third-best rushing attack in the Pac-12, averaging 236.5 yards per game  on the ground. Juniors Demario Richard and Kalen Ballage make up the Sun Devil backfield.The USC defense will need to make a turnaround against ASU this Saturday, as it has surrendered the 10th-most rushing yards in the conference, allowing 194.8 yards a game on the ground to opposing offenses.USC’s defensive line will be without sophomore Noah Jefferson this Saturday. Helton announced that Jefferson will be absent from playing in games until November as he deals with injuries and catches up academically.The Trojans’ defense will be tasked with the duty of containing versatile ASU sophomore quarterback Manny Wilkins and the Sun Devil offense. In ASU’s win over Cal last week, Wilkins was 21-of-30 passing for 290 yards and a touchdown through the air; he also rushed for 72 yards and three scores.“I think the biggest thing for [the defensive line] this week is not only stopping the run, but containing the quarterback I think is going to be huge,” Helton said. “When I look at Manny [Wilkins] and what he does, he’s just as dangerous in the dropback pass game running the ball as he is on designed runs.”last_img read more