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CFL Fantasy: Who Won Week 2?

TORONTO — A trio of Hamilton Tiger-Cats helped COUNTRYBRETT (143.6) win the second week of CFL fantasy.The pairing of Dane Evans (27.2), Sean Thomas Erlington (22) and Tim White (30.1) combine for over half of the teams’ total points.However, the Tabbies big-three weren’t the only pair of teammates making plays for COUNTRYBRETT as he secured a win in Week 2.PLAY CFL FANTASY » CFL and Genius Sports: Check out the CF...

TORONTO — A trio of Hamilton Tiger-Cats helped COUNTRYBRETT (143.6) win the second week of CFL fantasy.

The pairing of Dane Evans (27.2), Sean Thomas Erlington (22) and Tim White (30.1) combine for over half of the teams’ total points.

However, the Tabbies big-three weren’t the only pair of teammates making plays for COUNTRYBRETT as he secured a win in Week 2.

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White led the Charge for COUNTRYBRETT, accumulating 30.1 fantasy points in the second week of action. In their Week 2 matchup against the Calgary Stampeders, the Ticats receiver appeared to be uncontainable, reeling in 11 catches for an eye-popping 131 yards and a touchdown.

Saskatchewan Roughriders running back, Jamal Morrow, bounced back in a big way.

After totalling just nine-yards rushing in the opening week, Morrow came back with an electric performance in their Week 2 win over the Elks. He carried the ball 17 times, rushing for 126 yards and a touchdown, and added 28 yards receiving to push his total yardage over 150 in Week 2. Morrow’s performance earned 27.7 fantasy points.

Morrow wasn’t the only member of the Green and White who made an impact for COUNTRYBRETT’s roster.

Shaq Evans was chosen to fill the second receiver spot, while the Riders defensive unit rounded out the second trio of teammates making an appearance on this week’s winning roster.

In their win over the Elks, Evans finished as the leading receiver for the Riders. He was targetted a team-high eight times in the matchup, catching five of those targets for 81 yards in the contest. Which translates to a 13.1-point performance from a fantasy perspective.

The Saskatchewan defence managed five sacks, two interceptions and a forced fumble, earning COUNTRYBRETT an additional 12 points.

Edmonton’s Emmanuel Arceneaux rounded out COUNTRYBRETT’s roster in the flex spot. Arceneaux was targetted only three times against the Riders, but made the most of his opportunities. The veteran wideout caught all three of his targets for 85 yards and was the team’s second leading receiver in Week 2.

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WEEK WINNER TOTAL POINTS
1 MRHAWKE19 174.1
2 COUNTRYBRETT 143.6

YogaSix Celebrates International Yoga Day with Opening of 150th Studio

IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Boutique fitness, and particularly yoga, has made a huge comeback in the past year, and YogaSix is on the forefront of that boom, surpassing yet another impressive milestone in time for Internatio...

IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Boutique fitness, and particularly yoga, has made a huge comeback in the past year, and YogaSix is on the forefront of that boom, surpassing yet another impressive milestone in time for International Yoga Day today. The fast-growing boutique yoga brand backed by Xponential Fitness announced today it has opened its 150th studio in Dana Point, California in less than five years of franchising. As people flow back into their in-person workout routines, YogaSix is prepared to meet the demand, having opened 21 new studios opened since the beginning of 2022 and becoming the largest franchised yoga brand in the world.

“With many more studios in development, this milestone is only the beginning of our journey to revive one of the world’s oldest practices and make yoga more accessible and inclusive to all.”

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The 150th studio is owned by Beth Georges, a multi-unit franchise owner of YogaSix and Club Pilates locations in Southern California. To celebrate Dana Point opening, the studio is offering new guests their first class for free and entering them to win a YogaSix Starter pack (yoga mat, towel, block, one month of free membership) after attending their first class. Nationally, YogaSix is offering newcomers their first month of membership for $66 and also has a special summer 6-pack available for purchase.

“We are extremely proud of how quickly YogaSix has grown to 150 studios over the last few years, and we could not have done it without the hard work and dedication of our talented franchise partners,” said Lindsay Junk, President of YogaSix. “With many more studios in development, this milestone is only the beginning of our journey to revive one of the world’s oldest practices and make yoga more accessible and inclusive to all.”

Along with the Dana Point studio, YogaSix has recently debuted locations in Las Vegas, NV; Louisville, KY; Coconut Creek, FL; Shrewsbury, NJ; and Naperville, IL, among other cities. Additionally, newly signed franchise agreements in Phoenix, AZ; Sacramento, CA; Atlanta, GA; Albany, NY; and Asheville, NC will help YogaSix continue its rapid growth in the coming years. The company also has an international presence in Saudi Arabia.

One of YogaSix’s primary goals is to eliminate the exclusive and elitist stigma that often surrounds yoga and revive the practice in a modern way that is inclusive, accessible and empowering. With world-class instruction, YogaSix offers diverse yoga and fitness programming that includes movement and intensity to help customers achieve their fitness goals. Utilizing modern language and offering six core formats – Y6 101, Y6 Restore, Y6 Slow Flow, Y6 Hot, Y6 Power, and Y6 Sculpt Flow – YogaSix’s classes are meant to encompass every fitness level, whether the focus is on deep stretching, stress relief or breaking a sweat.

To continue to build on its momentum, YogaSix is actively seeking qualified franchise partners in various cities across the nation. Headquartered in Irvine, CA, YogaSix is backed by Xponential Fitness, a curator of leading brands in boutique fitness. YogaSix offers potential franchisees the opportunity to be part of an exciting brand with tremendous support, infrastructure and knowledge. The total investment to open a YogaSix franchise is $294,836 - $499,236.

For more information about the YogaSix franchise opportunity, please visit https://yogasix.com/franchise/.

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Founded in 2012, YogaSix is a boutique yoga brand that offers a broad range of heated and non-heated yoga classes, boot camp style fitness classes and meditation accessible to all. Class formats include Y6 101, Y6 Restore, Y6 Slow Flow, Y6 Hot, Y6 Power and Y6 Sculpt Flow. Classes at YogaSix eliminate the intimidation factor that many people feel when trying yoga for the first time, offering a fresh perspective on one of the world's oldest fitness practices. Ranked on Entrepreneur Magazine’s Fastest-Growing Franchises and Top New Franchises in 2021, YogaSix is headquartered in Irvine, California and backed by Xponential Fitness, the largest franchisor of boutique fitness brands. To learn more about YogaSix, visit www.yogasix.com to learn more.

Canadian Football Hall of Fame welcomes distinguished class of 2022

TORONTO — Five iconic players and three legendary builders will join the hallowed halls of the Canadian Footba...

TORONTO — Five iconic players and three legendary builders will join the hallowed halls of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame (CFHOF) and Museum in the Class of 2022.

Quarterback Ricky Ray and linebacker Chip Cox are first-ballot Hall of Famers, and they will be joined in the Player category by kicker Paul McCallum, fullback Tim Tindale, and Dick Thornton who played on both sides of the ball. To be inducted in the Builder category will be former CFL head coach Dave Ritchie, Calgary Colts founder and former general manager Keith Evans, and long-time CFL team executive, Roy Shivers.

“The Canadian Football Hall of Fame is honoured to welcome this year’s incredible class,” said Greg Dick, Interim CFHOF Executive Director. “Their accomplishments on and off the field serve as tremendous inspiration to everyone who loves Canadian football. To the selection committee, thank you for your time and dedication to shining the spotlight on these amazing individuals and their outstanding careers.”

The members of the Class of 2022 will be officially inducted on the evening of September 16 at Tim Hortons Field, and they will also be honoured on the following day at halftime of the Hall of Game with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers set to visit the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in a rematch of the 2021 Grey Cup championship. Kickoff is slated for 4 p.m. ET. Tickets to the game are available for purchase here.

The Media wing of the CFHOF will also welcome two new members – Glen Suitor and Ed Willes – in recognition of their distinguished service in providing coverage of Canadian football. They will be honoured at the Football Reporters of Canada’s annual brunch during Grey Cup Week in Regina.

The Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum, located on the fourth floor of Tim Hortons Field, operates as a non-profit registered charity. Located in Hamilton, Ont., since 1963, it is home to more than 80,000 Canadian football artifacts, ranging from equipment and trophies to photos and videos, spanning the rich history of the game.

CANADIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME – CLASS OF 2022

CHIP COX | PLAYER

Cox was a stalwart member of Montreal’s defence corps throughout his 13-year career. In 228 games, he finished with 979 tackles (fourth all-time), 23 interceptions and eight defensive touchdowns. He holds the CFL record for fumble return yards with 392.

In 2013, Cox was named the Most Outstanding Defensive player after establishing a then-team record of 115 tackles in a single season, while adding 12 sacks and four interceptions. Cox played in four Grey Cup championship games, winning in 2009 and 2010. He was named a Division All-Star six times and a CFL All-Star on four occasions.

KEITH EVANS | BUILDER (POSTHUMOUS)

Evans was a steadfast champion for growing the game in Alberta, founding the Calgary Colts of the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL) in 1965. His association with the team spanned more than half a century, including his tenure as its general manager from 1969 to 2019.

His incredible service to the game garnered him recognition as CJFL Executive of the Year (1987), Calgary Booster Club Sportsman of the Year (1988), a CJFL Life Member honour (1995), the Ed Henick Award (1999) for outstanding contributions to junior football, and induction into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame (2018).

PAUL McCALLUM | PLAYER

McCallum is one of the best kickers and punters in the history of the CFL. The former Surrey Ram played in 340 games across 24 seasons with the BC Lions, Ottawa Rough Riders and the Saskatchewan Roughriders. He sits second on the list of all-time scorers with 3,145 points, and he is one of only two players to eclipse the 3,000-point milestone.

The two-time Grey Cup champion was named a Division All-Star five times and a CFL All-Star twice. He amassed 722 career field goals with an 80.2 per cent success rate. He still holds the records for longest made field goal (62 yards) and the most consecutive converts made (801). He recorded 84,093 punt yards and 68,432 kickoff yards.

RICKY RAY | PLAYER

Ray played 16 seasons, totalling 235 games (219 starts) and 14 playoff starts. He sits second in career completion percentage (68.2 per cent, minimum 1,000 attempts), fifth in passing touchdowns (324) and fourth in passing yards (60,736), while holding the records for both Edmonton (40,531) and Toronto (20,205). He is a four-time Division All-Star and he has been recognized as a CFL All-Star on three occasions.

He played in five Grey Cup championships, emerging victorious twice with Edmonton (2003 and 2005) and two more times with Toronto (2012 and 2017). His four Grey Cup victories as a starter still stands as a league record. Ray had a knack for delivering when it mattered most, and sits first in touchdown passes (nine) and second in passing yards (1,512) in the big game.

DAVE RITCHIE | BUILDER

Ritchie coached for 22 seasons, including 11 as head coach with BC (1993-95), Montreal (1997-98) and Winnipeg (1999-04); in 187 games, he recorded double-digit victories on eight occasions and guided his teams to the Playoffs nine times. He finished with 108 wins to sit seventh all-time and holds a career .586 winning percentage.

Ritchie won three Grey Cups, one as a head coach with the Lions (1994) and two as a member of the coaching staff (Winnipeg in 1990 and BC in 2006).

ROY SHIVERS | BUILDER

Shivers enjoyed a successful 32-year career in the CFL. He began his journey as an assistant coach with the BC Lions (1983-85) before becoming the team’s Director of Player Personnel (1986-89). He had two stints with Calgary – as an assistant general manager from 1990-94 and he would eventually return in a similar role from 1996-99. He also totalled eight season as a general manager (Birmingham in 1995 and Saskatchewan from 2000-06). His career came full-circle with a return to the Lions from 2008-15 as a member of the team’s player personnel department.

Shivers captured the league’s ultimate prize on four occasions, twice with BC (1985 and 2011) and another two with Calgary (1992, 1998).

DICK THORNTON | PLAYER (POSTHUMOUS)

Nicknamed Tricky, Thornton played 12 seasons for Winnipeg and Toronto. He was one of the last true two-way players, showcasing his skill at both defensive back and quarterback. He scored 18 touchdowns in four different ways (rushing, receiving, interception return and fumble return), while passing for five more.

Thornton played in three Grey Cups, winning once in 1962 with the Blue Bombers. Defensively, he recorded 43 interceptions – including two three-interception games – and returned eight for touchdowns. He is a five-time CFL Division All-Star.

TIM TINDALE | PLAYER

Tindale, a native of London, Ont., played collegiately for his hometown Western Mustangs. The running back won the Hec Crighton Trophy twice (1991 and 1993). In four seasons, Tindale tallied 2,554 yards (7.9 yards per carry) and 36 all-purpose touchdowns.

Tindale’s collegiate resume includes two first-team All-Canadian selections (1991 and 1993), a nod as the Most Outstanding Male University Athlete (1993-94) – a first for a football player – and a then-U SPORTS record for rushing yards in a single season (1,208). He went on to play 37 games for the Buffalo Bills across four seasons.

?CANADIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEDIA WING – 2022 INDUCTEES

GLEN SUITORSuitor was nearing the end of his 11-year playing career with Saskatchewan when he joined CjME radio in Regina as sports director. Upon retiring as a player in 1995, he headed to TSN as an analyst for its televised CFL games, teaming primarily with Chris Cuthbert; the duo went on to win numerous awards, including a Gemini Award for best sports play-by-by play or analyst in 2006. A four-time nominee, he won a Canadian Screen Award in 2014 for his work on the 100thGrey Cup.

The Vancouver product is a frequent guest commentator on football programs, including his current gig with Harvard Broadcasting. In recognition of his support and involvement with the Canadian military, Suitor was named an honorary colonel of the 417 Combat Support Squadron in 2015.

ED WILLES ?Willes spent 38 years as a prolific and talented sports writer at several newspapers, including the Medicine Hat News, the Regina Leader-Post and the Winnipeg Sun, while also contributing freelance articles to the New York Times. He was hired as a columnist for The Province in Vancouver in 1998, to cover numerous sports, but he always had a penchant for the CFL. As newspaper staffs shrank, he assumed beat-writing duties for the Lions, while continuing as the lead columnist in the Lower Mainland.

In addition to writing two hockey books, in 2013, Willes wrote End Zones and Border Wars: The Era of American Expansion in the CFL as a look into the league’s venture into seven U.S. cities during the mid-1990s. Willes retired in 2020.

Wolverines in control of top target's 247Sports Crystal Ball

With all five predictions currently in their favor, Michigan is in full control of the 247Sports Crystal Ball for 2023 four-star edge prospect Collins Acheampong. The Anaheim (CA) native was on campus for his official visit the weekend of June 10th and the Wolverines have seen all five of those predictions come in since the visit. He is slated to officially visit Miami (FL) this weekend before announcing a verbal commitment on July 1...

With all five predictions currently in their favor, Michigan is in full control of the 247Sports Crystal Ball for 2023 four-star edge prospect Collins Acheampong. The Anaheim (CA) native was on campus for his official visit the weekend of June 10th and the Wolverines have seen all five of those predictions come in since the visit. He is slated to officially visit Miami (FL) this weekend before announcing a verbal commitment on July 1st.

Acheampong is one of the most intriguing prospects in the 2023 class regardless of position. A basketball player by trade, he has seen his football stock soar due to a physical build and athleticism that coaching staffs see as tantalizing at both the edge and tight end positions. Michigan is recruiting him defensively. He loved his trip to Ann Arbor according to 247Sports National Analyst Greg Biggins.

“Michigan has a great football tradition and great academic reputation as well," he said coming out of the visit. "So I already loved that part of the school but on this visit this weekend, I really connected with the coaches and there really wasn’t a single thing I can point to and nitpick or find something to complain about it and that’s the first visit I could say that about.”

He is currently ranked as a 90 four-star according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. LSU and UCLA are two other programs under heavy consideration.

After a Big Ten Championship winning season, Michigan coaches are hoping to see the product of that on the recruiting trail in the 2023 recruiting cycle as they look to build off of a strong 2022 haul.

The Wolverines currently have seven verbal commitments in 2023, led by Top100 linebacker Raylen Wilson out of Tallahassee (FL). In-state four-star RB Cole Cabana, four-star tight end Deakon Tonielli, three-star running back Benjamin Hall and three-star skill players Semaj Morgan (WR) are their current offensive commitments. The current class is rounded out by three-star defensive lineman Brooks Bahr and three-star kicker Adam Samaha, who may be the top prospect in the country at his position.

The Wolverines have a completely new look in their recruiting department as well. Out are Courtney Morgan (Washington) and Aashon Larkins (Ole Miss) and in are former recruiting staffer Albert Karschnia (Central Michigan), director of player personnel Tom Gamble and legendary Wolverine quarterback Denard Robinson (Jacksonville Jaguars). New defensive line coach Mike Elston is also in as the team’s recruiting coordinator, coming over from Notre Dame.

The hiring of Robinson in particular is being viewed as an exciting one as he is one of the most visible representatives of the program in the last 25 years.

"Denard is an energetic guy who always has a smile on his face," Jim Harbaugh said in a released statement after Robinson’s hire went official. “He will be a positive addition to our program in both the player personnel and player development areas. Denard has been an active member of this campus and we know he will bring that same enthusiasm and love for Michigan to our building every day. We are excited to have Denard back home at Michigan helping our team."

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Today's MLB DFS Playbook: Lineup picks, value sleepers for Monday daily fantasy baseball contests on FanDuel, DraftKings, Yahoo

Happy Oneil Cruz day! The Pirates phenom shortstop is getting called up today, and things could not be more exciting in baseball right now after Tigers' top prospect Riley Greene was called up this past weekend. To make things even better, we have an eight-game MLB DFS main slate on Monday, and it's a great one. There are plenty of elite daily fantasy SPs, and plenty of worthwhile teams to stack, including the Red Sox, Blue Jays, and Pirates. It looks like it's a perfect day in terms of weather, but check back with our ...

Happy Oneil Cruz day! The Pirates phenom shortstop is getting called up today, and things could not be more exciting in baseball right now after Tigers' top prospect Riley Greene was called up this past weekend. To make things even better, we have an eight-game MLB DFS main slate on Monday, and it's a great one. There are plenty of elite daily fantasy SPs, and plenty of worthwhile teams to stack, including the Red Sox, Blue Jays, and Pirates. It looks like it's a perfect day in terms of weather, but check back with our MLB Weather Center for more details as we approach roster lock.

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Today's MLB DFS Playbook: Lineup picks, tips for Monday

SP Shane McClanahan, Rays (vs. Yankees). Pivoting off Gerrit Cole in tournaments could be fruitful, especially to a guy like McClanahan. He’s a co-favorite for the AL Cy Young thanks, in part to his ability to strike everyone out, including the Yankees, as he has 14 Ks in 12 innings against them this year. He has 20-plus DK points in seven straight starts and has accomplished that feat in 10 of his past 11 starts overall.

SP Josh Winckowski, Red Sox (vs. Tigers). You can make cases to play Winckowski and to stack against him. He looked sharp in his second career start, notching five scoreless innings while striking out three. You love to see the 11 ground balls, too. The Tigers' offense did show some signs of life this weekend but are still 30th in the MLB in OPS vs. RHPs on the year. They also strike out more than most, posting a 24.6-percent K-rate against them.

C Christian Vazquez, Red Sox (vs. Tigers). We’re getting signs of life out of Vazquez again, as he’s hit in four of five games, including a home run on Sunday. Righthanded hitters have had more success against Alex Faedo this year, as well, so keep that in mind when building out your Red Sox stacks.

1B Rowdy Tellez, Brewers (vs. Cardinals). In a limited sample size, Tellez has had success against Miles Mikolas, going 3-for-5 with a home run. The Brewers tagged Mikolas the last time they faced him, too. Tellez has nine HRs and a .350 wOBA vs. RHP on the year. He’s loved hitting at home this year, notching a .315 average with seven HRs and a .438 wOBA.

2B Gleyber Torres, Yankees (@ Rays). I don’t love the Yankees as a stack, but there are some guys I’d one-off in tournaments. Torres is one of those guys. Torres has been fantastic against lefthanded pitching this year, belting eight HRs while posting a .429 wOBA. He’s 6-for-12 with a home run off McClanahan, as well.

3B Ke'Bryan Hayes, Pirates (vs. Cubs). Hayes has had a pretty unlucky month of June, and that could break here against a pitcher getting fairly lucky right now. Righthanded hitters are batting just .214 against Caleb Kilian, but he has a 25-percent BB-rate, .273 BABIP against, and a 6.24 xFIP. The good luck is going to run out for Kilian and start -up for Hayes in this spot. He fits in a Pirates stack quite well.

SS Javier Baez, Tigers (@ Red Sox). Signs of life? Maybe? He’s homered and stolen two bases over the past two games and has a hit in four straight games. Righties have hit Josh Winckowski better than lefties have, albeit in a small sample in the majors. Baez has belted three of his four homers vs. RHP this year. He’s been light years better against southpaws this year, but he works if playing a Tigers stack.

OF Teoscar Hernandez, Blue Jays (@ White Sox). Hernandez has been great lately, homering three times over the past five games while hitting in 11 of his past 12 games overall. Since May 24th, Hernandez has a .330 average and has driven in 17 runs in 22 games. He has 12 XBH over that span, too.

MORE PICKS: SP Corbin Burnes, Brewers (vs. Cardinals); C Willson Contreras, Cubs (@ Pirates); 1B Luke Voit, Padres (vs. Diamondbacks); 2B Trevor Story, Red Sox (vs. Tigers); 3B Matt Chapman, Blue Jays (@ White Sox); SS Oneil Cruz, Pirates (vs. Cubs); OF Mike Trout, Angels (vs. Royals)

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