62 Weird But Awesome Gifts With Shockingly High Amazon Reviews

Finding a great present for someone who already has everything can be one of the hardest things to do. For that reason, it might be helpful to consider a weird-but-awesome Amazon gift that’s both surprising and useful at the same time. As you begin to shop for that particular product, it’ll probably be beneficial to take a moment and think about who you’re buying for and what they really need. Perhaps you have a friend who enjoys traveling and could use a new eye mask that blocks out the light — or maybe, you have a family member who would be totally amused by a new set of cat magnets that they can adorn their refrigerator with. Luckily, Amazon has tons of unique items like those that are not only quirky and amazing, but also come with some pretty impressive reviews from customers who have tried them (and loved them). With that being said, there’s no need to look any further — because I’ve come up with a list of the most amazing options available that you can browse through. Keep scrolling to take a look at these highly-reviewed items on Amazon that’ll make perfect gifts for the special people in your life. Packed with charcoal powder, lavend...

Syracuse football’s 2019 season won’t be defined by Clemson game, unless SU wins (commentary)

Syracuse, N.Y. — For four hours on Sunday, Syracuse football’s players and coaches broke down every play of the team’s 63-20 loss at Maryland. Perhaps the most disappointing result of the Dino Babers era, the film showed mistakes to clean up across the board. Linebackers not reading and reacting? Check. Defensive backs not executing their assignments? Check. A passing game that broke down once Tommy DeVito left the pocket? Check. A running game hamstrung by inexperienced offensive linemen? Check. The football fixes were part of the messaging Babers and Co. leaned on during the meeting, and the team is working to improve its execution during practice this week. But there was also significant time reserved for tempering players’ headspaces. Coming off the program’s best season in 17 years, the defeat was humbling. An effort made to refocus the group with a broader perspective. “It’s a long season, that’s what we focused on,” sophomore safety Andre Cisco said. “The fact that there’s been teams in the past where they lose early and they lose faith. It’s important for us to stay together as a team.” This feels uncomfortable to write going into the first Carrier Dome sellout in ...