But this most dangerous of divisions nearly bit back last night as Chris Wilder’s side surrendered a two goal lead before surviving a nervous finish thanks to Jay O’Shea’s strike and a late penalty from Paul Coutts.United, still eight points clear at the top of the table with only nine fixtures of the campaign left, remain odds on to secure promotion.But their night ended after Keith was set upon by a group of men who attacked him in the club's VIP area.The incident, in the early hours of last Sunday, occurred after a group of men became verbally abusive towards Duffy's wife Lisa.The manner of their victory, however, confirmed the march to the title will be no procession.
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“We made it a little bit difficult for ourselves,” Wilder acknowledged. We pressed and got after them but, out of nowhere, they got two wonder goals.
Then, credit to our lads, we wrestled it back and showed character.” Having expressed his satisfaction with both the depth and quality of options at United’s disposal, it was no surprise to see Wilder make changes for the trip to Wiltshire.
SEC: 4.71 ACC: 4.29 Pac 12: 3.92 B10: 3.64 B12: 1.80 These numbers do fluctuate year-to-year. Looking at the invitees from individual schools, it’s not hard to see why the Big 12 produced so little NFL talent. That one school functioning or not functioning can make a world of difference. The school sent 14 players to the 2016 NFL Draft Combine. D’Onta Foreman was the only invitee and may be the only Texas player drafted in 2017. Texas’ malaise producing NFL talent is masking a milder one at the Big 12’s other great power Oklahoma.
For an inexact comparison, here are the players per conference drafted from 2016. Ohio State had 12 players drafted in 2016’s “historic draft class.” Five Buckeyes were in the Top 20. The Longhorns produced just one player for the 2016 NFL Draft. The Sooners have only produced one first round pick since 2011.