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first_imgEven when the college football slate of games on a particular fall Saturday looks less than promising, the sport always seems to deliver something improbable, unexpected or just downright crazy. That’s the one lesson we should remember every week, yet somehow always manage to forget.Here are some more things we learned from the week that was.Winning isn’t easyFollow the road to the 2015 College Football Playoff at The Football Four, our home to rate and debate the nation’s best. No matter how effortless some great teams make it look in some games, keeping up the intensity for a full season is a constant challenge. Just ask Toledo, which had to dig out of a 28-10 hole — that would have been bigger but for a goal-line stand just before intermission — to get by 1-6 Massachusetts.Or Alabama, which trailed in the fourth quarter and needed a late touchdown to escape a game Tennessee squad. Or even unbeaten Houston, whose 59-10 victory against winless Central Florida wasn’t quite as drama-free as that score would indicate. The Cougars were trailing late in the first half before reeling off 52 unanswered points.They can still fling it in L.A.The Los Angeles chapter of the Pac-12 would like to remind everyone that the conference’s South Division isn’t quite a done deal. UCLA made the point first Thursday night by taking down California in the Rose Bowl, thanks to a school-record 34-completion outing by freshman Josh Rosen. Cody Kessler and his USC teammates followed that Saturday by handing Utah its first loss of the season in the Coliseum. That should make for plenty of West coast intrigue in November.Sometimes 60 minutes isn’t enoughThe overtime rule is now well-established in the college game. Even so, multiple “extra-inning” affairs aren’t everyday occurrences. So seeing a pair of four-OT contests unfold in one day made an otherwise lackluster slate of results quite memorable. In the first, Arkansas helped its postseason chances immensely by outlasting Auburn 54-46. Later, Duke maintained its share of the ACC Coastal lead at Virginia Tech, thanks to QB Thomas Sirk’s two-point dash to a 45-43 victory in the bottom of the fourth overtime.Don’t listen to your coachWell, OK, this isn’t the sort of advice you want to follow often — only rarely, in fact. But it was the right decision for Georgia Tech’s Lance Austin. Despite Yellow Jackets’ coach Paul Johnson’s admonitions to let the field goal kick that teammate Patrick Gamble had just blocked roll dead, Austin scooped it and, as ESPN play-by-play announcer Mark Jones eloquently put it, got by every Florida State Seminole on the pitch for the winning touchdown.AMWAY COACHES POLL TOP 25last_img read more

first_imgShare this:FacebookTwitter It’s another Ladies Day Out.    This one is “Postmark This!”  You and your friends are invited to this fun and informative event on Wednesday, September 12, at the Ball Farm Event Center from 11:15 am until 1 pm.  Karen Cumorich with Postmark La Follette will speak, music is by Pam Olivio, and Classy Threads and Catering serves lunch.  Reservations are essential.  Please call Pat at 423.562.1962.  Complimentary childcare is provided.  Sponsored by the La Follette Christian Women’s Club.  Affiliated with Stone Croft. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 08/31/2018-6AM)last_img read more

first_imgTHE chasing team continued their streak of winning full-length matches at the 2018 IPL, with Royal Challengers Bangalore collecting the two points on this occasion. Umesh Yadav’s three wickets in one over set the game up early, after which the South African duo of Quinton de Kock and AB de Villiers brushed aside a slight hiccup to take the hosts to a comfortable four-wicket win. RCB’s victory helped the franchise arrest their five-match losing streak at the Chinnaswamy.At one point, it didn’t look easy for RCB, especially after they lost both Brendon McCullum and the captain Virat Kohli inside the Powerplay. But the 54-run partnership between de Kock and de Villiers did enough to take the pressure off the chase, after which Chris Woakes and Washington Sundar saw the team through to the win.In the first innings, Kings XI made 155, but should’ve made more after a blazing start courtesy KL Rahul and Mayank Agarwal. At the end of the match, the losing captain R Ashwin confessed that Kings XI was “twenty runs short”, and that – one could say – was the eventual difference between the two sides.Despite the batsmen getting RCB across the line, it was their bowlers who set the game up. Umesh Yadav returned figures of 3 for 23, which included a triple-wicket over and was assisted by useful spells from Kulwant Khejroliya and Sundar.last_img read more

first_imgAll Activity 3,203 posts Other Orioles sightings . . .  Members Share on other sites Members Location:San Antonio, Texas Members 1 3 1 Link to post Forums Home 2 2 Share on other sites Link to post Klinger wearing the hat and jersey of the Toledo Mud Hens. Members Share this post All Activity 22,252 posts Sign in to follow this   0 Posted October 23, 2016 So very many. Ferdinand Cesarano I mean the Klugman/Randall version.  I have forgotten about/repressed the Ron Glass*/Demond Wilson version . . . and avoided the Matthew Perry version. Share on other sites Random truck driver in “The Sure Thing” (there is also an Orioles cap sticker on a mirror in Walter Gibson’s dorm room at the beginning of the movie, so something is up). 4,499 Link to post Members Ark 114 Posted October 26, 2016 Ark 2,302 Share on other sites Share this post 2,302 Share this post This topic is now closed to further replies. Link to post Some of my favorites Master of the Irrelevant Link to post Cosmic And an entire episode on Elaine and her Orioles cap.  prolix proletarian . . . and more (discovered after thinking of and finding the pics above) . . .  Members 4,499 6,553 posts Dynasty leopard88 6,684 posts Dynasty Location:Cairns, Australia Share this post Posted October 23, 2016 Location:The Land of Pleasant Living 0 Share on other sites Magnum PI SportsLogos.Net Posted October 23, 2016 Share this post Location:New York Jack Klugman/Walter Matthau (Oscar Madison) in “The Odd Couple” — Prev 2,572 891 posts 1 0 Gothamite Link to post 3,722 posts 1,118 posts Forums Home Posted October 26, 2016 Members 6,391 posts 0 Share on other sites Full House is a good example for this. 4,499 Share on other sites Location:The Land of Pleasant Living leopard88 Link to post Members 5,026 Share on other sites 4,499 JayMac That was the one problem with people who watched the show. Since the Mudhens hat was similar to the Rangers, save the shade of blue, they didn’t realize that the hat and jersey were from the same era and team.  29 minutes ago, leopard88 said: SportsLogos.Net Friends Share on other sites 3 A couple of f-bombs, too Posted October 26, 2016 2,572 Members Share on other sites Sportslogos in TV, movies, and more 114 2 0 Jack Klugman/Walter Matthau (Oscar Madison) in “The Odd Couple” — 21 hours ago, Dolphins Dynasty said: Ark Location:New York Share on other sites Share on other sites 9,812 posts 2,940 How i met your Mother Posted October 24, 2016 4,499 Danny Tanner wore a Giants jacket in the opening theme 5,835 posts Location:West Coast 3,326 Master of the Irrelevant 2 Members And an entire episode on Elaine and her Orioles cap.  2,940 Link to post SFGiants58 126 0 In the current version of The Odd Couple, Matthew Perry often wears Met t-shirts. Posted October 25, 2016 A few more to add — 3,722 posts Members leopard88 Meanwhile, when Demond Wilson played Oscar in The New Odd Couple, he split the difference. Share this post Apparently, the Mets donated money to a charitable drive, so he wore the cap as a thank-you. 2,940 five boroughs, one City. 1,005 0 half horse, half mountain lion, half grizzly bear 2,940 Page 1 of 3   Sports Logo News Drew Carey Show Members leopard88 126 Link to post leopard88 Gothamite Klinger wearing the hat and jersey of the Toledo Mud Hens. Share on other sites Tom Cruise in “A Few Good Men” — Posted October 24, 2016 prolix proletarian Can’t find anything from Terriers or Simon & Simon though. 0 3,326 2,940 Next 9,812 posts And Joey was a Red Wings fan so he’d wear his Wings jersey every so often Posted October 25, 2016 You know what they say… Share this post Share this post Members 53,285 posts One of my favorite episodes . . . for many reasons.  That is also when we find out that she is from Towson, not Baltimore. 1,005 Dana Carvey and Michael Myers in “Wayne’s World” —  MJWalker45 Ferdinand Cesarano Share this post 22,644 0center_img Link to post fumbler JayMac FKA – jmac11281 3,326 Members 2,302 * — Coincidentally, I stumbled across “Barney Miller” for the first time in years last night. 12,186 posts Master of the Irrelevant 2,080 posts Grand Pooba of Walksylvania slats7 2,572 Share this post Ferdinand Cesarano 114 1,297 Members Link to post This is such an odd sight, as Crystal is a huge Yankee fan who frequently does promotions with the club.   Share this post There’s Pitch: and Brad Pitt wore a Padres hat (anachronistically) in Spy Game: (In this article from this very website, Jamie Farr makes it clear that that is a 1950s Mud Hens hat, not a 1970s Texas Rangers hat.) Followers 1 9,812 posts Posted October 23, 2016 By Ark, October 23, 2016 in Sports Logo News phutmasterflex Ray Lankford Location:Buffalo, NY Members 1,005 Members 2,572 Link to post Location:The Land of Pleasant Living 5,026 126 Go To Topic Listing Recommended Posts Sports Logo News Share this post Share on other sites 4,499 1 and Seinfeld… On 10/23/2016 at 2:22 AM, Ferdinand Cesarano said: Master of the Irrelevant Ray Lankford . . .  and, yes, The Odd Couple was a great show. I’ll stop (for) now. 9,812 posts Taxi Magnum, P.I. Link to post 2,940 6,156 5,026 Seinfeld has a lot of great ones Share this post Ark 6,156 Link to post Dr. Cox of Scrubs had his Chris Chelios Red Wings jersey (since Dr. Cox’s actor, John C. McGinley, is friends with Chris Chelios): 1 2 hours ago, leopard88 said: A French Kiss but Downunder 22,644 Link to post 2,940 McLean Stevenson (Col. Henry Blake) in M*A*S*H — Sports Logos Red goat head Sabres fashion jersey on the DJ starting @:50 (and a couple quick cameos of other jerseys) (Also there’s Michelle with a weird Bobby Orr jersey) 2,940 Share on other sites 4,499 Posted October 25, 2016 Next Posted October 25, 2016 9,812 posts (In this article from this very website, Jamie Farr makes it clear that that is a 1950s Mud Hens hat, not a 1970s Texas Rangers hat.) leopard88 EDIT —  Prev http://m.mlb.com/cutfour/2016/04/03/169954242/11-fictional-characters-who-wear-baseball-caps Share this post Highway to Heaven Location:The Land of Pleasant Living Posted October 26, 2016 Jay Baruchel in “She’s Out Of My League” — 22,644 Location:New York Posted October 23, 2016 2,572 Share this post 2,940 Ferdinand Cesarano 2,940 Page 1 of 3   6,156 11 hours ago, phutmasterflex said: Sign in to follow this   Share on other sites 2,940 Sportslogos in TV, movies, and more Favourite Logos:Richmond Tigers, New Queens Park Rangers, Victoria Bushrangers New, Cairns Taipans, Australia Made Link to post The father in Frasier wore a Seahawks jacket in a couple of episodes. I hated the show, but as a Seahawks fan, I loved seeing the Seahawks logo on TV. The Seahawks were pretty bad then so it was a rare treat. Jack Klugman’s Oscar most often wore a Met cap; but he sometimes wore a Yankee cap, as in this episode from the first season of the greatest show in television history. And, when Klugman and Tony Randall reunited in 1993 for an Odd Couple TV movie, Oscar was shown in promotional photos wearing a Yankee cap and jacket. Sports Logos The Mellow Midori 3 Share this post Posted October 26, 2016 12,948 Ferdinand Cesarano Link to post Billy Crystal in “City Slickers” — 2,940 and Seinfeld… fumbler 2 Location:The Land of Pleasant Living 2,940 Members 2,572 leopard88 Share on other sites Link to post Cosmic 1 12,948 Master of the Irrelevant And then we have Snoop Dogg with his PITTSBURGH jersey from the Gin and Juice vid slats7 leopard88 Location:Right over there I always wondered about that when I was a kid. Ferdinand Cesarano SFGiants58 Posted October 24, 2016 Posted October 26, 2016 1 phutmasterflex Link to post Share on other sites 2,080 posts 2 1,297 3,722 posts 2,940 1,297 4,499 Share this post 2,940 I don’t remember the Yankee stuff. Billy Crystal in “City Slickers” — Members Paul Rudd in “Knocked Up” . . . which is interesting since he is a diehard Royals fan. From King of Queens… Share this post Share this post Sportslogos in TV, movies, and more Link to post Share on other sites Posted October 24, 2016 Members 0 Posted October 24, 2016 MJWalker45 leopard88 12,948 By the way, I always find this to be an oddly fascinating topic.  In particular, I always wonder what the connection is when caps and jerseys pop up in what appears to be a random manner (ex., the two separate Orioles cap/logo sightings in “The Sure Thing”). Share on other sites leopard88 Followers 1 prolix proletarian 4,499 Share this postlast_img read more

first_imgAleksandrs Samoilovs and Jānis ŠmēdiņšThe Latvian beach volleyball duo Jānis Šmēdiņš / Aleksandrs Samoilovs have been officially invited to the prestigious “King of the Court” tournament in the Dutch city of Utrecht on Tuesday, the organizers of the competition report.The tournament is planned to take place in Utrecht from September 9 to 12 – a week before the upcoming European Championship in Jurmala.For a long time, it was known only about the participation of three housewife couples and the Norwegian couple Annešs Müls / Christian Serums, who are considered to be the strongest duo in the world. The Netherlands will be represented in the men’s competition by Alexander Brewer / Robert Weensen and Christian Fahrenhorst / Steven van de Velde, as well as Sanne Kaiser and Madeleine Mepelinka in the women’s tournament.The next pair was the representatives of the neighboring country, the former Belgians Drīss Kokelkorens / Toms van Valle, who were several times in Latvia, followed by the winners of the tournament in 2018, the Spanish Pavlo Errera and Adrians Gavira, and yesterday also the Latvian duo.Samoilovs / Šmēdiņš was among the first five pairs of the pilot tournament in 2017.last_img read more

first_imgCapital club Lazio have moved into the top four on the Italian Serie A table after they defeated relegation fighters Hellas Verona 2-0 at home in a Matchday 25 clash at the Stadio Olimpico on Monday night.Italian international striker Ciro Immobile scored two goals within the space of five second half minutes to give his side an important win in their bid to make the top four and qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League (UCL).The victory means Lazio (49 points) climb above Inter Milan (48 points) into 4th place and are just one point off city rivals AS Roma in 3rd spot as the race for the 2018/19 UCL qualification gathers momentum.On the other hand, Hellas Verona stay one place off the bottom (19th) with 19 points from 25 league games and are still two points from safety.Relatedlast_img read more

first_img Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Funny Moments Of Football What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Source: Athletics – thesun.co.ukcenter_img THE OLYMPICS would have to be cancelled if coronavirus stops the Games from going ahead next summer, as revealed by IOC chief Thomas Bach.Tokyo 2020 was pushed back to next summer as the pandemic swept the globe but if it is still not safe next year, Olympic bosses would have to pull the plug altogether.⚠️ Read our coronavirus in sport live blog for the latest news & updatesThe Olympics would have to be cancelled if coronavirus causes it to be postponed again which may mean Mo Farah has already competed at his last ever GamesHead of the IOC Thomas Bach confirmed the news in an interviewJapanese prime minister Abe has made it clear to the IOC that next summer is the last option, as revealed by Bach in an interview with the BBC.And with the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing set to take place just six months after next summer’s July 23 start date in Tokyo, Bach is aware continually rearranging the sporting calendar is not feasible.He said: “”Quite frankly, I have some understanding for this, because you cannot forever employ 3,000, or 5,000, people in an Organising Committee.“You cannot every year change the entire sports schedule worldwide of all the major federations. You cannot have the athletes being in uncertainty.“You cannot have so much overlapping with a future Olympic Games, so I have some understanding for this approach by our Japanese partners.”Japan has recorded 16,385 coronavirus cases and 771 deaths from Covid-19 so far.And asked how confident he was of avoiding only the fourth ever Olympics cancellation, Bach said: “We have to be prepared for different scenarios.“There is the clear commitment to having these games in July next year.CORONAVIRUS CRISIS – STAY IN THE KNOWDon’t miss the latest news and figures – and essential advice for you and your family. To receive The Sun’s Coronavirus newsletter in your inbox every tea time, sign up here.To follow us on Facebook, simply ‘Like’ our Coronavirus page.Get Britain’s best-selling newspaper delivered to your smartphone or tablet each day – find out more.“At the same time, looking at the scenarios this may require towards the organisation, with regard to health measures, these maybe need quarantine for the athletes, for part of the athletes, for other participants.“What could this mean for the life in an Olympic Village and so on?“All these different scenarios are under consideration and this is why I’m saying it’s a mammoth task, because there are so many different options that it’s not easy to address them [now].“When we have a clear view on how the world will look on July 23 2021, then we will take the appropriate decisions.”The only times the Games were cancelled in the past was 1916, 1940 and 1944 because of the World Wars.But Bach is hopeful next summer’s tournament goes ahead as planned and they can send “a message of solidarity among the entire world, coming for the first time together again, and celebrating the triumph over coronavirus”.However, he has no appetite for a Games behind closed doors.He added: “This is not what we want.“Because the Olympic spirit is about also uniting the fans and this is what makes the Games so unique that they’re in an Olympic Stadium, all the fans from all over the world are together.”Elsewhere, Mo Farah – who may have run in his last Olympics if next summer’s event is cancelled – has been training with deers in a park in London.Oliver Dowden announces plans to bring back live sport as spread of COVID-19 slows Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night.last_img read more

first_imgTHE BUMP-AND-RUN! @JoeyLogano wins at @MartinsvilleSwy to punch his ticket into the championship race! @CocaColaRacing pic.twitter.com/QPJ5yyH2RF— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) October 28, 2018It’s the 20th win of Logano’s career and his second this season, but more importantly, it clinches him a spot in the Championship 4 at Homestead in the playoff finale next month.”I was just trying to be as defensive as I could,” Logano told NBCSN afterward. “We were both running hard. You’ve just got to expect it at Martinsville, you’re going to have some bumping and grinding in the race.”Truex was not happy with Logano’s move, and gave him a big bump on the cool-down lap.”He may have won the battle, but he’s not going to win the damn war,” Truex told NBCSN.Logano led 309 of the 500 laps. He got great pit stops all day, and his crew got him off pit road first for a late-race restart. But he had plenty of challengers toward the end, including teammate Brad Keselowski, Truex and Kyle Busch.Keselowski and Logano battled for the lead for several laps, but Truex passed Keselowski and immediately reeled in Logano. The two spent the final few laps battling side by side and nose to tail, before Truex, who had a faster car, got by on the final lap.Truex had the checkered flag in sight when Logano pulled his bump-and-run move, and the two drivers briefly lost control before Logano got by coming to the flag. Denny Hamlin snuck by Truex for second.”What goes around comes around,” Truex told NBCSN. When informed of Truex’s remark, Logano was unapologetic.”That’s expected there … but we’ve got to do what we’ve got to do,” Logano said.Monster Energy NASCAR Cup results at Martinsville1. Joey Logano2. Denny Hamlin3. Martin Truex Jr.4. Kyle Busch5. Brad Keselowski6. Kurt Busch7. Chase Elliott 8. Ryan Newman9. Daniel Suarez10. Kevin Harvick11. Aric Almirola12. Jimmie Johnson13. Chris Buescher14. AJ Allmendinger15. Ty Dillon16. Jamie McMurray17. Alex Bowman18. David Ragan19. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.20. Ryan Blaney21. Clint Bowyer22. Paul Menard23. Matt Kenseth24. Cole Whitt25. Michael McDowell26. Erik Jones27. D.J. Kensington28. Regan Smith29. Ross Chastain30. Austin Dillon31. J.J. Yeley32. Landon Cassill33. Jeb Burton34. Bubba Wallace35. Joey Gase36. Matt DiBenedetto37. Kyle Larson38. Timmy Hill39. William Byron40. Hermie Sadler Joey Logano dominated most of the race Sunday at Martinsville Speedway, but in the end it took a controversial move to get him to victory lane.In a thrilling finish, the Team Penske driver bumped Martin Truex Jr. out of the way on the final lap, got sideways, then virtually slid across the finish line for the win.last_img read more

first_imgBy Greg AregoniLUXEMBURG, Wis. – This Thursday night, July 3, motors will be cranked at Luxemburg Speed­way and the IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified winner will earn $1,000. “We decided we wanted our drivers and fans to be able to spend the holiday with their fami­lies. We know a lot of the Luxemburg Speedway crowd enjoys the fireworks and family time,” said Gene Mathu, track promoter.This will be a regular point night in all five divisions. Racing goes green at 7 p.m. Pepsi, the Luxem­burg Chamber of Commerce and The 54 Run will be sponsoring the show. Benji LaCrosse won last Friday’s IMCA Modified feature and $2,500 after starting 20th. The win­ner on Thursday becomes a candidate for the 2014 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot if not already vote eligible. Brandon Czarapata got back to his winning ways in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars last week. He was able to cut into the point lead of Rod Snellenberger by two and now trails by six points in his quest for a third straight title. Tracy Wassenberg visited from Shawano and then visited victory lane again in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod division. He picked up his third win of the season. Andy Kleczka had a late race charge to second and increased his point lead. Derek Moede has a four-point cushion over Dan Van Pay. There are five drivers within eight marks. Marcus Moede was the highest finishing IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock in Friday night’s chal­lenge race.last_img read more

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