Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 2, 2019 at 6:47 pm Comments No. 12 Syracuse (2-2, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) lost to No. 13 Virginia (3-2, 1-0), 15-14, in overtime, on Saturday afternoon in the Carrier Dome. After two-straight victories, the Orange blew a late lead, and the Cavaliers stormed back. SU’s defense wasn’t able to stop UVA’s offense, and Syracuse spent the majority of the second half searching for the decisive goal that didn’t come.See what our beat writers had to say after the loss.
We know Ezekiel Elliott won’t be playing as his holdout from Dallas’ training camp continues. And we know Week 1 of the NFL preseason schedule is hardly grounds for legitimate intrigue and/or entertainment value in terms of a TV product for the league. But this is Cowboys vs. 49ers.Even if it’s based solely on nostalgia, this matchup will garner at least some level of national attention every time. That’s why NFL Network is the TV channel on which Cowboys vs. 49ers can be watched. This is one of the few games on the NFL preseason schedule that warrants a national TV presentation. MORE: Watch Cowboys vs. 49ers live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Even though it’s just the preseason opener for both teams, Sporting News is curious to see how the Cowboys look in their new offense under first-year coordinator Kellen Moore. His impact is one of the reasons SN predicted a Dallas Super Bowl championship at the end of the 2019 season.As for the 49ers, the 2019 season figures to be an effort in redemption after a year lost to injuries. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and running back Jerick McKinnon are back as centerpieces of San Francisco’s offense, and the reset button on the expectations that were tied to this team a year ago has been pressed.Below is all the info you need to watch Cowboys vs. 49ers on Saturday, including the TV channels nationally, in Dallas and in San Francisco.What channel is Cowboys vs. 49ers on today?TV channel (National): NFL NetworkTV channel (San Francisco): KPIXTV channel (Dallas): KTVTLive stream: fuboTVFitting for a matchup between two of the NFL’s most storied franchises, Cowboys vs. 49ers will be the exclamation point at the end of the first full week of preseason action. Not counting last week’s Hall of Fame Game, Cowboys vs. 49ers will be the fourth preseason game to be shown on national TV this season.Locally, the TV channel for Cowboys vs. 49ers in Dallas will be KTVT. In San Francisco, the game can be seen on KPIX. Both TV stations are CBS affiliates. As for a live-stream presentation, Cowboys vs. 49ers can be seen on fuboTV. New fubo TV users can sign up with a seven-day free trial. All nationally televised NFL preseason games will be available on fuboTV.Cowboys vs. 49ers: What time is kickoff?Date: Saturday, Aug. 10Start time: 9 p.m. ETThe 9 p.m. ET kickoff time for Cowboys vs. 49ers on Saturday night is not the latest kickoff time of the week — there are a couple 10 p.m. ET kickoffs on Thursday night — but it’s close.Cowboys and 49ers fans who live on the east coast (and there are plenty) will have a late night. Such is life for the NFL fan dedicated enough to consume preseason football in early- to mid-August.Cowboys preseason schedule 2019DateOpponentTimeAug. 10at 49ers9 p.m. ETAug. 17at Rams (Hawaii)10 p.m. ETAug. 24vs. Texans7 p.m. ETAug. 29vs. Buccaneers8 p.m. ET49ers preseason schedule 2019DateOpponentTimeAug. 10vs. Cowboys9 p.m. ETAug. 19at Broncos8 p.m. ETAug. 24at Chiefs8 p.m. ETAug. 29vs. Chargers10 p.m. ET
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) – Tom Vilsack, a former Iowa governor and U.S agriculture secretary, will monitor Purdue Pharma to ensure the OxyContin maker does not revive an aggressive marketing effort that critics say overstated the benefits of its opioid painkillers and downplayed the danger of addiction.Purdue Pharma announced the appointment Friday as part of its federal bankruptcy proceedings. Vilsack worked on rural opioid issues as agriculture secretary under former President Barack Obama.Purdue is facing more than 2,000 lawsuits over its role in the nation’s opioid crisis, which has been linked to more than 430,000 deaths in the U.S. since 2000. The Stamford, Connecticut-based company entered bankruptcy court in White Plains, N.Y., last year as part of an effort to settle those claims. It’s trying to get buy-in for a proposed settlement that could be worth more than $10 billion over time.The lawsuits against Purdue and the members of the Sackler family that own the company are on hold while the parties try to reach a settlement. Purdue has already agreed to cease the marketing practices at the heart of the lawsuits. Critics sayits marketing and sales practices, including to doctors, helped fuel the crisis beginning in the late 1990s.The company says it stopped promoting its opioids about two years ago and formalized that commitment under court order. The judge handling its case recommended last year that Purdue hire a monitor to ensure it complies, and the company agreed.Vilsack, currently president and chief executive of the U.S. Dairy Export Council, is to issue reports to Purdue’s board and the court. Purdue has not said publicly how much he will be paid.The Democrat served two terms as governor of Iowa, then eight years overseeing the U.S. Department of Agriculture under Obama. In the last years of that job, his duties included overseeing the federal response to the opioid crisis in rural areas.In his new role, Vilsack is to have access to Purdue employees, records and facilities.