first_imgTate Martell at a practice.Ohio State will begin its 2018 season this Saturday. Tate Martell certainly seems ready.Even with Dwayne Haskins being the Buckeyes’ starter, Martell is expected to see some time this season. He should definitely play on Saturday, considering OSU will likely blow out Oregon State.The former four-star recruit is primed for his college debut. He had a message for Ohio State fans on Twitter this afternoon.“It’s game week,” he wrote in a tweet that also included practice highlights of his.it’s game week… ? pic.twitter.com/tZ3v6foswK— TATE MARTELL (@TheTateMartell) August 29, 2018Martell should be a player to keep an eye on for Ohio State this season.The Buckeyes begin the 2018 campaign at home this Saturday against Oregon State. Kickoff is set for noon on ABC.It will be the first of three games for the team without head coach Urban Meyer, who is currently serving a suspension for his handling of the Zach Smith situation.last_img read more


by The Canadian Press Posted May 2, 2017 7:21 pm MDT Last Updated May 2, 2017 at 8:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Home Capital delaying the release of its first-quarter earnings TORONTO – Canadian alternative mortgage lender Home Capital Group Inc. says it is delaying the release of its first-quarter earnings.The company was scheduled to report the first-quarter results Wednesday after markets close and host an analyst conference call Thursday.In a news release Tuesday, Home Capital Group Inc. (TSX:HCG) says results for the period that ended on March 31 will be issued May 11.The embattled company says the change allows the management’s discussion and analysis section of the results to be updated “for events that have occurred since the close of the first quarter.”Home Capital has seen its stock price tumble following allegations from Ontario’s securities watchdog that it misled investors. The Toronto-based company has said the allegations are without merit and pledged to defend itself.The subprime lender, which provides loans to borrowers who don’t meet the more stringent criteria of one of the big banks, has also had to secure a $2-billion credit line after depositors suddenly withdrew hundreds of millions of dollars from its high-interest savings accounts. read more