INDIANAPOLIS, IN – DECEMBER 02: Alex Hornibrook #12 of the Wisconsin Badgers is sacked by Nick Bosa #97 of the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Big Ten Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 2, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)Despite defeating Rutgers this past weekend, the main concern surrounding the health of Alex Hornibrook remains in Wisconsin.For the last two games, the junior quarterback has missed time with concussion-like symptoms. Although he was on the field on Saturday, Hornibrook left the game with a head injury.He’ll have time to recover from the vicious hit he took, but for now, he’s questionable to play against Penn State.Alex Hornibrook questionable this week for the #Badgers, along with Harrell and Nelson. Sagapolu out again. pic.twitter.com/Hwp3Y0xDRc— Jason Galloway (@Jason_Galloway) November 5, 2018With the team obviously taking a cautious approach with this injury, it’ll be interesting to see if Hornibrook plays this weekend.The Badgers will host the Nittany Lions in an interesting battle between two desperate Big Ten programs.If Wisconsin is without its starting quarterback, then Jack Coan will see his third game of action. On Saturday, he finished with 64 passing yards and a touchdown in his relief performance.Of course, Hornibrook would give Wisconsin an edge due to his experience under center, yet the possibility of him taking another blow to the helmet is truly frightening.
← Previous Story Spain and Norway are EURO Beach handball champions! Next Story → Paraguay gets bronze and a ticket for Germany 2017 From 1 to 17 December 2017, Germany will host the 23rd edition of the IHF Women’s World Championship. Overall 24 teams from Africa, Asia, Europe and Pan America will take part in the event which is set to take place in Bietigheim-Bissingen, Trier, Oldenburg, Leipzig, Magdeburg and Hamburg.With Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, the last three teams joined the field of participants on 25 June, when the 2017 Women’s Pan American Championship came to an end. The pots for the draw on 27 June are thus completed.The pots for the event are as follows:Pot 1: Norway, Netherlands, France, DenmarkPot 2: Romania, Germany, Russia, SwedenPot 3: Serbia, Czech Republic, Spain, BrazilPot 4: Hungary, Montenegro, Slovenia, South KoreaPot 5: Angola, Japan, Argentina, ChinaPot 6: Paraguay, Tunisia, Cameroon, PolandIn accordance with the IHF regulations, the German Handball Federation has decided to assign the teams of FRA (Group A/Trier), NOR (Group B/Bietigheim-Bissingen), DEN (Group C/Oldenburg) and GER (Group D/Leipzig).Therefore the draw procedure will be as follows: Teams in pot 6 are drawn to groups A – D in row 6. Teams in pot 5 are drawn to groups A – D in row 5. Teams in pot 4 are drawn to groups A – D in row 4. Teams in pot 3 are drawn to groups A – D in row 3. Team of Germany is seeded to Group D.Remaining Teams in pot 2 are drawn to groups A/B/C in row 2. Team of France is seeded to group A. Team of Norway is seeded to group B. Team of Denmark is seeded to group C. Team of Netherland is consequently allocated to group D.The draw will take place in Hamburg, Germany on 27 June 2017 at 14:00 CEST and will be streamed live on the IHF website.