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Doug Marrone admitted he was worried.The right side of his offensive line was completely new, with right guard Ivan Foy and right tackle Lou Alexander starting after never playing in a game with Syracuse. On the left side, Sean Hickey filled the injured Justin Pugh’s spot at left tackle. He, too, had never seen any playing time with the Orange after an injury-riddle start to his collegiate career.But at least Hickey had the experienced Zack Chibane lining up next to him at left guard.Through training camp, Marrone said Foy and Alexander had plenty of work to, with inconsistency being a culprit throughout the preseason. The Syracuse head coach raved about Hickey’s progress, though, and insisted he had no concerns about how he would perform protecting quarterback Ryan Nassib’s blindside.Overall, the line played well in the Orange’s 42-41 loss to Northwestern Saturday. Nassib was only sacked once, and his 470 passing yards wouldn’t have been possible if his line didn’t allow him to have ample time in the pocket.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter the game, Marrone said during his press conference that he wasn’t telling how he truly felt about the line during camp, particularly the right side.“I had a concern for those kids,” Marrone said. “There’s a lot of consistency during practice and I was trying to fight in myself to find out was it inconsistency because you’re playing against the same players all the time and they really know you in and out. But we had four kids playing.”Foy rotated with Rob Trudo at guard, and Andy Phillips rotated with Alexander at right tackle.Alexander’s inexperience did prove costly when he committed a couple of false start penalties that hurt Syracuse in a game where penalties and mental mistakes were all too common.Throughout the preseason, Marrone spoke glowingly about Hickey’s work ethic, progress and his ability to recover so well after serious knee injuries. After Saturday’s game, Marrone’s praise continued.“He got the blindside of the quarterback there and they’ve got some pretty good rushers on that team,” Marrone said. “They were mixing it up pretty good inside, outside. I tell you what, he didn’t play like a guy playing his first game from what I saw on the sideline.”Overall, Marrone’s concerns going into the game had to be lessened after it. Sure, there were some miscues, but overall, the Northwestern defense really never managed to break through the line.The key, though, is keeping that up against teams much better than the Wildcats, starting next Saturday against Southern California. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 2, 2012 at 1:03 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @chris_iseman
Gaming peripheral company Razer has been invested in MOL Global since June 2017 and has now proposed to acquire the companies remaining shares to gain full ownership. The company has reportedly offered $61m for the remaining shares after investing $20m last year.Razer has been moving heavier and heavier into ecommerce lately with the release of their Steam-alternate Game Store earlier this month. It’s Game Store offers codes per purchase that can be used for exclusive peripheral offers and even game vouchers. They’ve also added their zGold and zSilver currency into the Game Store along with giving users more ways to earn them and exchange them for hardware.MOL Global operates payments through MOLPoints for games off and online in Southeast Asia as credit cards are rarely used. This allows for large developers like PlayStation and Facebook to monetize their games in that region which will in-turn boost Razer’s ecosystem.Razer co-founder Min-Liang Tan says the acquisition will allow the company to take over one of Southeast Asia’s largest e-payment networks, deepen its presence in Asia, and created one of the world’s largest virtual credit platforms specifically for gamers.Esports Insider says: This is an obvious move from Razer. As it’s Game Store recently launched along with the store currency it’s smart to gain full ownership of the largest virtual credit platform along with stretching its reach to Southeast Asia. The popularity of the Game Store will grow as Razer invests more into perks for using it.