First TCU spring game since 2018 gets fans primed for a highly-anticipated fall Taylor’s monster slam highlights big weekend for TCU Athletics Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Twitter Previous articlePatterson: ‘Robinson’s 2018 possesses potential to mirror Andy Dalton’s 2007’Next articleJustice Coalition meets to discuss issues, work towards change on campus Colin Post RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Reagor. TCU vs UT 9-22-18. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto. printFor the first time since 2013, TCU is heading back to Fort Worth with a loss against Texas. The No. 17 Horned Frogs were defeated by the Longhorns 31-16 Saturday afternoon, bringing their record to 2-2.Texas was a three-point underdog going into Saturday’s game, but they seemed to want it more than the higher-ranked Frogs.“You’ve got to give Tom Herman and his group a lot of credit for finding a way to win and go from there,” TCU head coach Gary Patterson said.The Horned Frogs drove down the field with ease on their first drive, marching deep into Longhorn territory. However, a third-down stop by Texas forced TCU to settle for a field goal. Placekicker Jonathon Song nailed the kick from 46 yards, putting the Frogs up 3-0.On their first time out, the TCU defense seemed to be in charge. After they stopped Texas on third down, the pressure applied by the TCU defensive line forced Longhorns placekicker Cameron Dicker’s 42-yard field goal wide left, keeping the score at 3-0 with 9:40 left in the first quarter.With 4:39 left in the first quarter, the Longhorns got the best of the Horned Frogs’ defense and scored the first touchdown of the game. A three-yard run by Tre Watson gave Texas a 7-3 lead over TCU, their first since their 2013 match-up.Quickly after, a 50-yard pass from quarterback Shawn Robinson to wide receiver Jalen Reagor had TCU knocking on the Longhorns’ door. TCU couldn’t punch it in and had to settle for another field goal from Song. The 26-yard kick decreased the Frogs’ deficit to one with 1:34 remaining in the opening quarter.TCU quarterback Shawn Robinson calls out a play at the line of scrimmage against Texas in Austin. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.Early in the second quarter, a short punt by TCU led to good field position for Texas. This led to an easy drive for the Longhorns and a 34-yard field goal from Dicker made the score 10-6.After both offenses were stale for most of the second quarter, TCU retook the lead on Robinson’s one-yard fade to Reagor as the clock wound down to halftime.At the end of the first half, Reagor had recorded six receptions for 81 yards, and the Frogs were leading the Longhorns 13-10.The Frogs looked alive to start the second half, as Robinson hit wide receiver KaVontae Turpin on a beautiful 39-yard pass following a Longhorn three-and-out. However, on the very next play, Robinson threw his fourth interception of the year to the hands of Texas safety Brandon Jones.“We threw it right to them on a ball right down the middle of the field,” Patterson said. “You’ve got to play better.”The TCU defense held strong again, holding Texas to another three-and-out on their following drive.Another deep pass from Robinson to Turpin, this one for 25 yards, set up the third field goal attempt of the day for TCU. After Song’s kick was good from 29 yards, the Frogs led 16-10 with 10:16 left in the third quarter.While TCU couldn’t miss a field goal, Texas couldn’t seem to make one. The Longhorns left another drive empty-handed midway through the third quarter after Dicker was wide left again, this time from 43 yards.The Frogs gave it right back to the Longhorns though, as Robinson fumbled on a rushing attempt. This set up Ehlinger’s 31-yard touchdown pass to Collin Johnson, giving Texas a 17-16 lead.“Collin is a great player, I did my best that I could do on him, and props to them, they played great today,” said TCU cornerback Jeff Gladney.On the very next play, Robinson’s pass was intercepted by Texas safety Caden Sterns, who returned it to the two-yard line of TCU. This made it all too easy for the Longhorns, as Ehlinger ran it in one play later to increase the Frog’s deficit to eight at the end of the third quarter, 24-16.KaVontae Turpin’s interception on a pass intended for Jalen Reagor contributed to TCU’s four turnovers against the Longhorns. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.As the fourth quarter began, TCU’s troubles did not stop. Song pushed his 41-yard field goal attempt wide right, giving the ball back to Texas with 9:16 remaining in the game.The Longhorns then burned almost six minutes off the clock on their next drive, capping it off with Ehlinger’s touchdown pass to wide receiver Lil’Jordan Humphrey.The Frogs were not able to answer for the rest of the game, and the Longhorns prevailed with a score of 31-16. Texas had outscored TCU 21-3 in the second half, including the game’s final 21 points.TCU out-gained Texas in total yards, 372 to 367, but the Frogs’ four turnovers compared to the Longhorns’ zero was the clear difference in the game.“That’s two games in a row I think we’ve lost 3-0 in the turnover department,” Patterson said.”It’s going to be hard to win ballgames if you do that.”Up NextThe Frogs will look to recover next week at home against Iowa State.“In life, you lose, so what do you do? You get back up,” center Kellton Hollins said. “TCU, what do we do? We fight them on ice, and then we fight them until Hell freezes over.”In their first home game since Sept. 1, the Frogs are set to kickoff against the Cyclones at 6 p.m. Twitter Facebook Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ ReddIt TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ Linkedin Facebook Colin Post is a Sports Broadcasting and Journalism double-major from Houston, Texas. Along with sports writing, Colin hopes to work in sports announcing after he graduates. Despite series loss, TCU proved they belong against No. 8 Texas Tech Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ + posts Colin Post ReddIt Linkedin Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks
Home » News » Agent fined £3k after a tenacious Local Authority wins case previous nextRegulation & LawAgent fined £3k after a tenacious Local Authority wins caseThe agent had ‘inadequate redress membership’ with The Property Ombudsman.Sheila Manchester23rd May 201901,083 Views The Property Ombudsman has reminded all agents to ensure they have the correct redress membership to cover the work they undertake, after a letting agent was issued with a £3,000 penalty by their Local Authority for not having redress membership to cover their Residential Leasehold Management work, despite being a member of The Property Ombudsman for Sales and Lettings.The fine followed a complaint from a tenant at a residential block of flats, which the agent had managed for two years, when the Local Authority discovered that the agents’ membership of TPO covered it for Sales and Lettings, Commercial Sales and Lettings and some Property Management, but not for Residential Leasehold Management, which would have required further cover.The authority took the view that the company was in breach of its legal obligations and issued a notice of intent.The agent appealed to The First-tier Tribunal and they concluded that there was insufficient evidence that the agent’s membership of TPO, in connection with property management, was inadequate to meet their obligations under the Order.The Local Authority then applied to the First-tier Tribunal for permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal against the decision of the First-tier Tribunal in respect of the matter, which was refused.The Local Authority then reviewed its application direct to the Upper Tribunal, which subsequently ruled there was ample evidence from which to determine the property management activities of the agent, and that it was a point of law that needed to be addressed and determined.The judge said, “A company must be a member of a redress scheme for all works in which they are engaged, otherwise the whole process of a redress scheme is undermined”.Katrine Sporle, TPO, said, “Local authorities have a duty to act where agents fail to register with an approved redress scheme, or fail to have the correct membership. In this case, the agent believed they were covered for redress by their TPO membership for Sales and Lettings, and as a result did not receive the maximum fine of £5,000. However, this should act as a timely warning to all agents to ensure you have appropriate redress membership to cover the work you carry out”.Katrine Sporle redress Sheila Manchester The Property Ombudsman TPO May 23, 2019The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
William Popp Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 5, 2020 View Comments Waitress William Popp will bring the heat to Waitress when he makes his Broadway debut as the evil (spoiler!) Earl on September 23. He steps in for the A Bronx Tale-bound Nick Cordero in the Tony-nominated tuner. Headlined by Tony winner Jessie Mueller, the Diane Paulus-helmed musical is baking up a storm at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.Star of off-Broadway’s Sleep No More, Popp’s TV credits include Power, Person of Interest, Blue Bloods, Blacklist, The Americans and the upcoming Time After Time.Waitress marks five-time Grammy nominee Sara Bareilles’ stage-writing debut. Based on the 2007 film by the late Adrienne Shelly and book by Jessie Nelson, the tuner follows Jenna, a small town waitress stuck in a loveless marriage. As a nearby baking contest approaches (and a new doctor comes to town), she’s torn between her commitments and—thanks to her pie-making expertise—a chance at freedom.The cast also includes Drew Gehling, Keala Settle, Jenna Ushkowitz, Dakin Matthews, Eric Anderson, Christopher Fitzgerald, Thay Floyd, Molly Hager, Aisha Jackson, Ragan Pharris and Ryan Vasquez.