EUGENE, OR – OCTOBER 08: A general view during the game between the Oregon Ducks and the Washington Huskies on October 8, 2016 at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon. The Huskies defeated the Ducks 70-21. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)Tabari Hines enrolled at Oregon as a graduate transfer before this season. He spent his first three seasons at Wake Forest.Now, Hines is on the move again. He is taking advantage of the NCAA’s new redshirt rule to transfer out of Oregon after playing in four games this season.Hines will be immediately eligible next season, wherever he goes. As a Duck, he recorded three catches for 32 yards and a touchdown.Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal confirmed Hines’ departure earlier today.Mario Cristobal just said on conference call that Tabari Hines has left the program and will transfer to another school to play next year.— Steve Mims (@SteveMims_RG) November 13, 2018For his career, Hines has made 126 receptions for 1,528 yards and 14 touchdowns.Oregon will continue its 2018 season at home this Saturday against Arizona State. Kickoff is set for 10:30 p.m. ET.The game will be broadcast on the Pac-12 Network.
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TORONTO — Iamgold Corp. says it expects lower costs this year than 2014, but capital spending will be reduced by about 30% and output may be lower than last year.The gold miner says it’s benefiting from improved efficiency at its mines, lower oil prices, higher gold prices and the strengthened U.S. dollar compared with the loonie and euro.But Iamgold chief executive Steve Letwin says the company will continue to focus on cost reduction and cash preservation.The company said Thursday it has about $800 million of liquid assets in the form of cash, cash-equivalent and gold bullion, including $500 million from the sale of its Niobec niobium mine in Quebec’s Saguenay-Lac St-Jean region.The 2015 capital spending budget has been set at between US$220 million and US$240 million, down from $325 million last year.Iamgold estimates all-in sustaining costs for 2015 will be between US$1,075 and US$1.175 per ounce of gold overall.That would be down from a revised 2014 estimate of between US$1,100 and US$1,120 per ounce of all-in sustaining costs overall, which is below the $1,150 per ounce cost at the low end of its previous guidance.Iamgold also estimates it will have between 820,000 and 860,000 ounces of attributable gold production in 2015. The midpoint of the range would be slightly below the 844,000 ounces produced in 2014, including 241,000 in the fourth quarter.