According to Garnar, this is the lowest number of active positive cases in the county since March 31. Coronavirus numbers 49 people have died from the virus and 535 have recovered. Broome County June 19 coronavirus update On Monday, Garnar says most county facilities will reopen to the public. For a map detailing where cases are located in the county, click here. In May, Governor Andrew Cuomo said phase four includes the reopening of arts, entertainment, recreation and education. The following departments remained closed: Facilities include: County updates He says he still encourages individuals to call ahead and set up an appointment with the facility you need. Office for aging: Limited walk-ins will be accepted. Please call (607) 778-2411.Board of ElectionsClerk’s Office: The office will be open 8:00 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. For the first few weeks, public access will be by appointment only. Appointments for can be made by contacting [email protected] to set up a time. For information on DMVs click here.Legislature’s OfficeOffice of Management and Budget/TreasuryPlanning and GIS Mapping Services: Open by appointment only. Visit the Planning page for additional information. Online mapping requests can be made at www.bcgis.com.Real Property Tax ServicesSecurity: Call (607) 778-2107 to make an appointment.Veterans’ Services: If you would like to make an appointment call (607) 778-2147.Broome County DPW HighwayBroome County Health Department: The Broome County Health Department will be open by appointment only from June 22- July 5th. Please call ahead to (607) 778-3930 to make an appointment.Broome County Landfill: Due to COVID-19 precautions the handout of recycling/compost bins to the public is temporarily suspended.Broome County Office of Emergency ServicesBroome County ParksBroome County Sheriff’s OfficeBroome County TransitCareer and Community Services Center of Broome County: Office of Employment and Training by appointment only. Department of Labor employees will not be on site, no unemployment insurance information is available.Department of Social ServicesFloyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena: The Box Office will be open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.George R. Harvey Justice BuidlingGreater Binghamton Airport Additionally, Garnar says the county continues to remain on track for phase four. Broome County Dog ShelterBroome County Forum TheatreBroome County Office for Aging Senior CentersBroome County Public LibraryWillow Point Rehabilitation and Nursing Center (WBNG) — Broome County Executive Jason Garnar announced there are 43 active cases of the coronavirus in the county Friday.
The running back depth is something to worry about though. Rhamondre Stevenson has been suspended and Trey Sermon is out for the season, leaving Kennedy Brooks as the only running back with real experience. Brooks has 976 yards and five touchdowns this year, averaging 6.7 YPC, but the next leading rusher has just 62 yards.LSU has a top 20 defense by SP+, but this unit has struggled at times. Safety Grant Delpit is the player to watch though, and he has excellent instincts.Peach Bowl betting trendsOklahoma is 7-2 ATS in its last nine games as an underdog per the college football betting odds.The under is 8-2 in Oklahoma’s last 10 games against SEC teams.LSU is 5-0 ATS in its last five games against Big 12 teams.LSU vs. Oklahoma predictionThe Tigers have been the best team in the nation this season. They will be well prepared on offense with Joe Brady finding ways to get his playmakers open, and they will outpace an Oklahoma offense that just can’t score enough to keep up. College Football Playoff odds: LSU vs. OklahomaLSU Tigers -13.5 vs. Oklahoma Sooners, O/U 76The oddsmakers nailed the total in this game as there has been no line movement either way. Although 68.9 percent of all total bets have come in on the under, the line hasn’t moved an inch. The same can’t be said for the spread though as 69.3 percent of spread bets are on the Bayou Bengals, helping move the line from 12 points to 13.5 points.LSU vs. Oklahoma historyLSU and Oklahoma have never met in the regular season, only meeting twice in their proud histories. Both of those meetings were in the Sugar Bowl and the most recent was for a national title. The Tigers beat the Sooners for the BCS National championship in the 2004 Sugar Bowl, winning just their second national championship in school history.When LSU has the ballJoe Burrow won the Heisman Trophy by a record-setting margin this season. Burrow had a standout year in Joe Brady’s offense, leading LSU to big wins over six different teams ranked in the top ten. He set numerous school and SEC records with his performance, and he is expected to light up Oklahoma’s defense.The Tigers have two great receivers in Ja’Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson. Chase is averaging more than 20 YPC with 73 receptions for 1,498 yards and 18 touchdowns, while Jefferson has 88 receptions for 1,207 yards and 14 scores. LSU is generally known for wasting receiving talents like Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry, but these receivers have lived up to their potential in a revamped offense.Clyde Edwards-Helaire has accumulated 1,689 yards and 17 touchdowns on 247 touches, and Burrow is a competent runner himself. That has made this offense the best in the nation per SP+, and they are expected to torch an Oklahoma defense that is 36th in the country in SP+.When Oklahoma has the ballJalen Hurts has continued Lincoln Riley’s legacy of getting the best out of transfer quarterbacks. Hurts had the best season of his career in Norman in 2019, and he could be a first-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft with the success we’ve seen Lamar Jackson have at the next level this year.He has thrown for 3,634 yards and 32 touchdowns against seven interceptions, while running for 1,255 yards and 18 touchdowns. His play has made this offense the second-best in the nation per SP+, and hehas a superstar receiver in CeeDee Lamb. Lamb has 58 receptions for 1,208 yards and 14 touchdowns, while Charleston Rambo isn’t far behind with 42 receptions for 734 yards and five touchdowns. It’s been two decades since Oklahoma last won a national championship, and the Sooners have yet to win a College Football Playoff game despite being the best team in the Big 12 most seasons. Oklahoma has failed to win a single CFP semifinal with a 37-17 loss to Clemson in the 2015 Orange Bowl, a 54-48 double overtime loss to Georgia in the 2017 Rose Bowl, and a 45-34 loss to Alabama in the Sugar Bowl. The Sooners are hoping their fortunes will change against the LSU Tigers in the Peach Bowl, but they are almost a two-touchdown underdog per the college football betting odds.MORE: Get the latest NCAA odds & betting advice at Sports Insider
CHELSEA 0 MANCHESTER CITY 3Sergio Aguero scored a hat-trick as Manchester City moved closer to securing Champions League football next season against 10-man Chelsea. Kevin De Bruyne fed Aguero, who fired in for the first. Samir Nasri put Aguero clear to finish smartly for the second before Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois was sent off for fouling Fernandinho, allowing Aguero to slam home his third from the spot.GOALS: CITY: AGUERO 33, 54, PEN 80.EVERTON 1 SOUTHAMPTON 1Southampton’s hopes of a European spot suffered a setback as they were held to a draw at Everton. The visitors went close when a Shane Long header and a Dusan Tadic left-foot shot came off the woodwork. However, centre-back Ramiro Funes Mori gave the home side the lead against the run of play with a deflected shot off Ryan Bertrand. Southampton equalised through Sadio Mane.GOALS: EVERTON: FUNES MORI 68. SUNDERLAND: MANE 76.MANCHESTER UNITED 1 ASTON VILLA 0Aston Villa were relegated to English football’s second tier for the first time since 1987 after this defeat at Manchester United. Marcus Rashford scored the only goal, sweeping Antonio Valencia’s pass. Villa were second best for much of the game, although Rudy Gestede’s volley did hit a post late on. It was a ninth straight loss for the visitors and left them 15 points from safety.GOAL: UNITED: RASHFORD 32.NEWCASTLE UNITED 3 SWANSEA CITY 0Newcastle claimed a first win under Rafael Benitez as they overcame Swansea to bolster their chances of Barclays Premier League survival. Jamaal Lascelles headed to put Newcastle ahead. Ashley Williams and Jefferson Montero missed chances as the Swans dominated after the break, but Moussa Sissoko and Andros Townsend struck late goals.GOALS: NEWCASTLE: LASCELLES 40; SISSOKO 82; TOWNSEND 89.NORWICH CITY 0 SUNDERLAND 3Sunderland climbed to within a point of safety by beating relegation rivals Norwich. Fabio Borini converted a penalty following Andre Wisdom’s challenge. Jermain Defoe turned in a second after the break before Duncan Watmore scored a third in injury time. Nathan Redmond hit a post and Norwich had penalty appeals turned down.GOALS: SUNDERLAND: BORINI PEN 41; DEFOE 53; WATMORE 90.WEST BROMWICH ALBION 0 WATFORD 1Saido Berahino missed two second-half penalties as Watford hung on for a narrow win at The Hawthorns. Heurelho Gomes saved both penalties from Berahino, in the 67th and 87th minutes. Ben Watson got the FA Cup semi-finalists’ winner, volleying home a near-post corner in the first half. The result moves Watford above West Brom into 12th on 41 points, 11 points clear of the relegation zone.GOAL: WATFORD: WATSON 27.SUNDAY, 17 APRILARSENAL 1 CRYSTAL PALACE 1Yannick Bolasie struck late for Crystal Palace to secure a draw. Arsenal should have won comfortably but are now fourth in the Barclays Premier League. Alexis Sanchez headed in Danny Welbeck’s chip to give the Gunners the lead but they lacked a killer instinct to put the result beyond doubt. Bolasie then struck from distance, beating Petr Cech at his near post.GOALS: ARSENAL: SANCHEZ 45. PALACE: BOLASIE 81.LEICESTER CITY 2 WEST HAM UNITED 2Leonardo Ulloa’s injury-time penalty rescued a point for Leicester in a controversial encounter with West Ham as the Foxes went eight points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League. Jamie Vardy gave Leicester the lead but was sent off for a second yellow card. Andy Carroll levelled rom the penalty spot and Aaron Cresswell netted two minutes later. But Leicester won a penalty in added time and Ulloa stole a point in the fifth minute of added time.GOALS: LEICESTER: VARDY 18; ULLOA PEN 90. WEST HAM: CARROLL PEN 84; CRESSWELL 86.AFC BOURNEMOUTH 1 LIVERPOOL 2Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge earned Liverpool a win at Bournemouth. The result lifts Liverpool up to eighth place in the Barclays Premier League table, while the Cherries remain 13th. Top scorer Firmino opened the scoring from a rebound after Artur Boruc had saved Sturridge’s backheel, before the England striker headed in Ibe’s free-kick just before half-time. Josh King replied in added time.GOALS: BOURNEMOUTH: KING 90; LIVERPOOL: FIRMINO 41; STURRIDGE 45.
Can Maurizio Sarri end Liverpool’s winning run? Maurizio Sarri’s side head into Wednesday’s fixture on something of a downer having dropped their first points of the campaign on Sunday, with the west London outfit unable to secure anything other than a 0-0 draw at West Ham.One of the big questions heading into the game is whether Sarri and Jurgen Klopp, the Liverpool manager, will rotate their line-ups and keep their strongest XIs fresh for Saturday’s Premier League clash. 2 Predicted line-up: Kepa; Zappacosta, Christensen, Luiz, Alonso; Jorginho, Kante, Barkley; Willian, Morata, Hazard Carabao Cup commentaries LIVE on talkSPORT Chelsea and Liverpool begin their double-header of fixtures on Wednesday night, with the Carabao Cup third round draw pitting the Premier League rivals against one another.The Blues travel to Anfield as they try to become the first team to prevent Liverpool from winning this season, before Stamford Bridge hosts the top-flight clash between the pair on Saturday. Manchester United vs Derby (Tuesday, September 25) – LISTEN LIVEOxford United vs Manchester City (Tuesday, September 25) – LISTEN LIVELiverpool vs Chelsea (Wednesday, September 26) – LISTEN LIVETottenham vs Watford (Wednesday, September 26) – LISTEN LIVE Getty Sarri proved throughout his time as Napoli boss that he is not overly keen on rotating his first-choice team, and Chelsea played PAOK in the Europa League last week with a much stronger XI than many expected; the likes of Kepa, Antonio Rudiger, Jorginho and N’Golo Kante all started in Greece. Rudiger is one player who will miss Wednesday’s clash through injury, with Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Pedro also stuck on the sidelines.The Italian is expected to stick to his guns on Wednesday despite Chelsea having two games in three days, and talkSPORT.com have taken a look at a potential Chelsea XI for the first of two clashes against Liverpool.You can see the team below… 2