They’re a very veteran team, though. Theyre very good all around him, and they have a strong line. They have great backs. They have good wide receivers. I mean, great wide receivers. They’re very talented across the board. Stoops said ideally that UKs pass rush led by ends ZaDarius Smith and Bud Dupree would pressure Bridgewater and impact his tempo. Any time, any great quarterback, I dont care if youre playing Peyton Manning or Tom Brady or anybody, what people constantly talk about with quarterbacks is trying to make them uncomfortable. He could certainly pick you apart if you give him time. So any time you have any great defenses, its getting some pressure and making him uneasy, Stoops said. And that takes a complete defensive effort, not just the front. You have to play good coverage. If theres guys wide open, hes going to just get rid of the ball very quickly. Stoops said it would be a mistake for Kentucky to ignore Louisvilles running game. They’re good.
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In their statement, Det. Insp. Mark Raymond described it as a “sophisticated plot that could have led to the loss of a very large amount of money from the bank.” The force put the potential losses in the millions of pounds although it stressed that no money was ever withdrawn. It’s not clear from the statement whether the person masquerading as an engineer was arrested at the scene. Police said that all but one of the 12 suspects, ranging in age from 23 to 50, were apprehended in the same west London neighborhood. The scale of the potential theft is another reminder of the huge amounts that can be stolen by tech-savvy criminals. U.S. investigators say that one gang operating across 27 countries recently managed to steal $45 million in two separate sprees after compromising payment systems used by two Middle Eastern banks. The suspects in the latest heist remain in custody. Police said searches were being carried out in six different locations in the greater London area. Santander said none of its staff were involved in the attempted heist.