Kenya is one of the countries that’s in need of food assistance.A severe drought continues to devastate communities. Farmers in the north are taking their herds across the border to neighbouring Uganda in search of water and grazing land.President Uhuru Kenyatta recently declared the drought a national disaster and called for international aid.
Brandon Urasek While a pharmacy major at Toledo by day, Brandon Urasek is now making his mark in the journalism scene specializing in fantasy football and all things Cleveland sports. A five time fantasy football league champ and two time runner-up in ten tries, Brandon strives to help people with their lineups each week in both personal and weekly fantasy leagues in addition to covering the other various Cleveland teams. Follow Brandon on twitter @burasek10 Winners:Chase DanielA six year NFL career backup who has thrown 77 passes in his career and just one touchdown just got 12 million guaranteed. That’s insane. I remember when he came into the league some questioned if he would last because of his size. He’s lasted but has never really played and now just got paid an average of 7 million dollars a year to still be a backup. That’s over twice as much as a normal backup should be paid. Good for him getting paid to do nothing.Kansas City ChiefsYou have to be counting your blessings if you’re a Chiefs fan. With a lot of talented players set to hit free agency they got back a lot of the ones they wanted. It starts with franchising Eric Berry one of the top safeties in the NFL. They bring back veteran LBs Derrick Johnson and Tamba Hali for fair prices. They also keep their young DE who had a big year in Jaye Howard to a great contract. Combine that with signing Mitchell Schwartz to improve a weakness on the offensive line and they are now clearly the frontrunners in the AFC West. If they can get Sean Smith back then they hit a home run on retaining their guys. The bad news on the day was losing a third round pick this year for tampering but I’d rather lose that than any of the guys I just mentioned.Jacksonville JaguarsThe Jaguars came into free agency with the most cap space to spend and they put good use to it on day one. They got maybe the top player on the market, getting Malik Jackson to leave Denver. Jackson is only 26 and one of the top interior players in the NFL with the ability to rush the passer and stop the run. Then they go out and get a RB in Chris Ivory to pair with TJ Yeldon to improve upon their run game. Finally they go out and get a former Pro Bowl safety in Tashaun Gipson for a steal. There’s still a lot more money to go around but you have to like what they’ve done so far.Oliver VernonYou knew he was going to be in hot demand only being 25 and as productive as he’s been. Miami knew they couldn’t afford him and that’s why they had to target Mario Williams instead. Vernon is a winner because he cashed in to the tune of 85 million over 5 years with 40 of it fully guaranteed. He’s the big contract guy of day one.Brock OsweilerIn the end he gets 18 million a year from Houston with 37 million guaranteed. I think the QB market has become outrageous and Osweiler benefits from that. Personally, I wouldn’t have even offered half of that. For his career he has started just seven games and was benched for the noodle-armed Peyton Manning down the stretch. I don’t like throwing 37 million at an unproven QB who has ridden the bench and got sat in the most critical part of the season. Either way, he got it so let’s see what he lives up to be. Pages: 1 2 Related TopicsBroncosCalvin JohnsonNFL Free Agency
RelatedProtecting the coast:Island asks Army Corps to expand Coastal Texas Study footprint By KEVIN RICH Special to the PRESS During the month of December, the SPI City Council considered Resolution No. 2018-36, which calls for expanding the scope of the plan proposed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as part of their…January 4, 2019In “News”Council meeting: Former mayor Cyganiewicz appointed SPI city attorney, Laguna Madre area annexed into metro organizationBy PAMELA CODY Special to the PRESS The South Padre Island City Council held its regular meeting Wednesday, November 6, to approve budget amendments, discuss annexation, and to appoint an attorney for the city. After going into executive session, South Padre Island Mayor Patrick McNulty, all city council members and…November 7, 2019In “News”SPI seeks RESTORE Act fundingBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS During last week’s South Padre Island Economic Development Corporation (EDC) regular meeting, City Manager Bill DiLibero gave the board an update regarding the status of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) grant being considered to improve boater access to the Laguna Madre.…October 2, 2015In “News” By MARTHA McCLAINSpecial to the PRESSPlans for a $3,000 development study of 23 acres of city-owned land on State Highway 100 were tabled Tuesday by the Laguna Vista Town Council.The study would provide all necessary mapping and infrastructure cost estimates to make the site serviceable for water and sewer, City Manager Rolando Vela told the Council.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. Share
PENSACOLA, Fla. — University of West Florida senior defender Nolan Intermoia was named as a Third Team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, which was released Monday afternoon. This is Intermoia’s first career All-American honor, becoming the fifth Argonaut in three seasons to be selected by the NSCAA to the All-America Team.Intermoia, a fifth year senior and one of the captains for the Argos has earned GSC Defender of the Week three times, was named a First Team All-GSC selection, selected to the All-GSC Tournament Team, All-South Region Tournament Team and was also named a Daktronics Third Team All-American this season. Intermoia headed a solid Argonaut defense en route to their third straight GSC Championship and third straight NCAA Tournament appearance. In his career at West Florida he has netted 13 goals while adding assists on six for 32 career points.For more information on Argonaut athletics or to follow along with live stats, fans can keep up with the action at www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version Nolan Intermoia (photo courtesy of Ron Besser) Share Intermoia Named to NSCAA All-America Team
By Olawale AfolabiReal Madrid rounded off the Audi Cup 2019 with a win. Zidane’s team saw off Fenerbahçe in what was an attacking masterpiece for both sides. Karim Benzema stole the show as he netted the first three Whites goals before Nacho and Mariano sealed the 5-3 win. Red Bull Salzburg will be the next pre-season test for the madridistas (7th August, 7:00pm CEST).The chances and goals did not take long to arrive. Fenerbahçe struck first as Rodrigues opened the scoring from the edge of the box on minute 6. The Turkish side capitalised on that early strike by testing Keylor Navas again soon after. The Costa-Rican star stopped a point-blank Muriqi header before seeing off Tufan’s long-range shot. The Madridista response did not take long and was led by Benzema. The forward levelled the tie through a Vinicius Jr. assist (12’). Two minutes later, Altay stood tall to deny Benzema’s advances.Real Madrid took control, and on 27’, Kroos helped to turn the game on its head, squaring to Benzema who headed home his second. The French marksman really troubled the Turkish side’s defense, and only Altay could keep out his attempt at a third. Despite dominating, Zidane’s side fell victim to a Fenerbahçe attack which saw Dirar pull his side level at 2-2 with a shot that ricocheted in off Odriozola (34’). Keylor was called on again prior to the break as Muriqi asked further questions of the Whites’ stopper.As the second half started, Real Madrid rained down on their rival’s goal. Benzema got his hat-trick as he headed in yet again, this time thanks to a Lucas Vázquez cross (53’). Isco should have scored next after Vinicius Jr. set him up, but it came back off the post. Tufan did not fall short however, as he fired in to make it 3-3. As in the first half, Fenerbahçe made the most of their chances, and the Turkish midfielder beat the substitute Lunin easily from within the box (59’). The festival of goals continued to entertain, and three minutes later, Nacho latched onto a parried Mariano shot to make it 4-3.The coaches made some rotations while the chances were coming thick and fast. Zidane gave a debut to youth team prospect Miguel Gutiérrez. With 20 minutes to go the game was still wide open. Lunin saved a shot from Reyes in the six-yard box. Mariano was on hand to score number five for the madridistas as Altay dashed to stop a shot from Lucas but the Whites’ forward was on hand to bury the chance (79’). Nacho and Mariano, had three more goal scoring chances, but in spite of the high tempo attacking manner of the clash, it ended 5-3.
His finishing time of 2 hours, 18 minutes and 51 seconds in Boston was considered the world’s fastest marathon at the time until it was found the course failed to meet the standard distance. His triumph was the subject of the Japanese movie “Shinzo Yaburi no Oka” (“Heartbreak Hill”).”His victory during the recovery period after the war energized the Japanese people,” two-time Boston Marathon champion Toshihiko Seko said in a statement. “It’s an honor to have won the same race as Mr. Yamada.”After retiring from competition, Yamada continued running marathons and took part in the Boston Marathon, running in 15 straight until his final one in 2009. That year, Yamada, who ran roughly 340 full marathons in his career, announced he would run no more.Yuki Kawauchi, who won in Boston in 2018, also paid tribute to Yamada.”He was a giant among Japanese legends. Despite being an elite runner, he devoted his life to promoting the marathon,” Kawauchi said.The 33-year-old Kawauchi, who has competed in more than 100 full marathons, did so for most of his career while serving as a civil servant in Saitama Prefecture, earning him the nickname “citizen runner.””Mr. Yamada initiated the citizens’ marathon boom with his activities throughout the nation,” Kawauchi said. “One of my targets is to run in 340 marathons by my 50th birthday.” KEYWORDS Keizo Yamada, who won the 1953 Boston Marathon and last ran the race in 2009, died of natural causes on April 2, his wife said Thursday. He was 92.Yamada, who was born in Akita Prefecture in 1927, spent the war years as a youth in Manchuria and after being repatriated competed for Japan in its first postwar Olympics, the 1952 Helsinki Games. Marathon, Boston Marathon, Yuki Kawauchi, Toshihiko Seko, Keizo Yamada RELATED PHOTOS GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Keizo Yamada wins the Boston Marathon on April 20, 1953, in Boston. | AP / VIA KYODO IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Marcus Paige scored 22 points, including 20 in the second half, and North Carolina beat Arkansas 87-78 in the NCAA Tournament on Saturday and advanced to the Sweet 16 for the first time in three years.Paige missed seven of eight shots in the first half, including all three from 3-point range, and was pretty much a non-factor as the Tar Heels let the Razorbacks keep things close.But the junior guard took over in the second half, scoring 13 of his team’s 17 points during a 5-minute stretch that helped North Carolina build a double-digit lead. The Tar Heels held on from there, thanks partly to Paige closing things out from the free-throw line and with his ball-handling skills.UNC advanced to play either No. 1 seed Wisconsin or eighth-seeded Oregon in the West Regional next week in Los Angeles. It will be Carolina’s 26th appearance in the Sweet 16.Michael Qualls led Arkansas with 27 points and 10 rebounds. Bobby Portis finished with 18 points and 14 boards.
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New Delhi: Chris Gayle and Andre Russell, the two power hitters in the West Indies cricket team, have been left out of the series against India which will feature three Twenty20 Internationals and three ODIs starting from December 6. Gayle had already made his announcement that he wanted to take a break from the game while Russell has been laid low with injuries. Kieron Pollard will continue to lead both the ODI and T20 squads with Nicholas Pooran as his deputy in the shorter format and Shai Hope taking over the role of the vice-captain in the ODIs. The selectors decided to keep faith with the players who recently played against Afghanistan in Lucknow.Speaking about the announcement of the squad, West Indies coach Phil Simmons said facing an India side on top of their game will be a massive task. “The next World Cup is in Australia (2020) and the one after that is here in India (2021) so there is a lot of preparation to be done for first for Australia, so we have given the players here a chance in this series and we know we have players outside who may be coming in later on as well, so it’s good to give those here another opportunity,” Simmons said.Gayle, who played for defending champions Jozi Stars in what was a disastrous MSL campaign for him in South Africa, scored just 101 runs from six innings, recently lashed out at his critics. “As soon as I don’t perform for two or three games, then Chris Gayle is the burden for the team. I am not talking for this team only. This is something I have analysed over the years playing franchise cricket. Chris Gayle is always a burden if I don’t score runs, two, three, four times. It seems like that one particular individual is the burden for the team. And then you will hear bickering. I am not going to get respect. People don’t remember what you have done for them. I don’t get respect,” he added.West Indies will begin their tour with the three-match T20 series, starting with the opening match in Hyderabad on December 6. It will be followed by the second T20 in Thiruvananthapuram on December 8 and the third match is scheduled to be held in Mumbai on December 11. The two teams will then meet in three ODIs in Chennai (December 15), Vizag (December 18) and Cuttack (December 22).Also Read | Chris Gayle Takes ‘Break’, Says No To India ODIsWest Indies ODI Squad: Sunil Ambris, Shai Hope, Khary Pierre, Rostan Chase, Alzarri Joseph, Kieron Pollard (C), Sheldon Cottrell, Brandon King, Nicholas Pooran, Shimron Hetmyer, Evin Lewis, Romario Shepherd, Jason Holder, Keemo Paul, Hayden Walsh Jr.West Indies T20 squad: Fabian Allen, Brandon King, Denesh Ramdin, Sheldon Cottrell, Evin Lewis, Sherfane Rutherford, Shimron Hetmyer, Khary Pierre, Lendl Simmons, Jason Holder, Kieron Pollard (C), Hayden Walsh Jr, Keemo Paul, Nicholas Pooran, Kesrick Williams. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
0 8 Posted September 5, 2006 I always loved the Champion font, including the letters (not sure if the teams using it again have the same letters). I have always been a Bears fan because I live in Chicago, but growing up, my second favorite team was the Bills. Of course, the Bills used that font during the Superbowl (losing) era. It doesn’t work for every team, but it looks good in moderation. To me, a unique but nice font like that is much better than the team making their own stylized crazy font. Share this post Share on other sites 5,531 posts Wilson, outside of Nashville, TN is responsible for the Under Armour disasters. do they have a website? Early 90s Champion football jerseys and font Posted September 5, 2006 (edited) buster04 Members Share this post Page 1 of 2 8 JohnnyFriedRice mohelmets 18,009 0 Posted September 5, 2006 0 367 posts Posted September 5, 2006 Hey,Saw a post a few weeks ago and got me wondering what ever happened to Champion Brand jerseys? and What about that cool font? None better than ND with the small # on the front: BBTV Share on other sites Share this post Share this post 5,531 posts 8 TheOldRoman SportsLogos.Net Members 8 Posted September 6, 2006 Posted September 5, 2006 1,292 2 Not anymore. When the Reebok-Adidas merger happened, they moved all of the manufacturing rights to the uniforms for all sports to several other plants. In the case of football, the teams that previously had their unis made by Betlin now get them made by ACO. Ripon and (I think) Wilson still share the rights for the elite Adidas teams (ND, Tennessee, UCLA, Wisconsin, etc.) Sports Belle, if I heard right, is supposed to make Adidas uniforms for some sports.They did this because Betlin’s uniforms were not as good as other manufacturers (especially Russell). So, they moved the smaller Adidas teams, including Troy, to ACO. Adidas knows that they can trust the quality of ACO’s uniforms since they make some of Reebok’s NFL uniforms. buster04 Share this post Members 0 46,552 posts Share on other sites All Activity 1 1 (edited) Members 0 Next 0 This topic is now closed to further replies. sacker12 Members 73 2 0 Posted September 5, 2006 Share on other sites Share this post 8 Edited September 5, 2006 by SyPhi 2 Posted September 5, 2006 8 Champion moved their plant from Perry, NY to somewhere in NC when they were bought by Sara Lee (yes, you read it right). However, the NY plant was reopened when American Classic Outfitters (or ACO for short) was started several years back. However, with ACO being given a share of the rights for Adidas’s football uniforms, the Champion block has made a return with several teams. So far, all Adidas teams that have gotten a new set that I have seen so far (Houston, Fla. International, La.-Monroe) have the Champion on their jerseys instead of the standard athletic block. I don’t know if this is a mistake or if these schools wanted the Champion block on their jerseys. All I know is that it has made a return to college football.Yes, this means that Notre Dame can come out with throwback jerseys with the Champion block if they want to. However, their Adidas uniforms are made in Ripon, WI. buster04 BRice16 Wilson, outside of Nashville, TN is responsible for the Under Armour disasters. That is honestly something that I didn’t know. I always wondered who made the unis for Under Armour. I always thought that it was Ripon, but I thought that Maryland’s number looked like they had Wilson block on them. buster04 Posted September 6, 2006 0 0 0 Sign in to follow this Members Location:Michigan Location:Des Moines, IA BBTV 0 73 Share this post Share this post Share on other sites 0 2,008 posts Sports Logo News Members sacker12 sacker12 interesting, so who makes Under Armour uni’s then? I was told the people who make Wilson uni’s.. BRice16 1 buster04 Link to post Gump. 0 0 Edited September 5, 2006 by sacker12 5,531 posts 8 Members 2 Sports Logos 0 12,401 posts 1,292 I have that exact ND jersey with the #61 of Tim Ruddy.I didn’t want the #3 Powerless or #1 Mays version they sold that year. Congrats? Link to post Share on other sites 73 1 0 Gump. Volunteer Fan I thought Betlin made Adidas uniforms? Link to post By buster04, September 5, 2006 in Sports Logo News Posted September 5, 2006 Link to post Members 0 Link to post Members EatSleepJeep Share this post Banned 0 Members 367 posts JohnnyFriedRice Posted September 5, 2006 EatSleepJeep Link to post 0 SportsLogos.Net Share on other sites BRice16 888 Share on other sites 8 1,962 posts Posted September 6, 2006 0 Members Posted September 5, 2006 Sports Logo News 0 1,962 posts Link to post Share on other sites Share this post Share this post 1,414 posts Posted September 5, 2006 Share on other sites Followers 1 Link to post Volunteer Fan buster04 BRice16 I have that exact ND jersey with the #61 of Tim Ruddy.I didn’t want the #3 Powerless or #1 Mays version they sold that year. Share on other sites Prev whitedawg22 Share on other sites Share on other sites 0 For the record, I do still and always have, hated those Champion numbers with a passion. Me too. I never understood how a 7 could have a curved “leg” in a “block”-ish font.I also firmly believe that “2”s should have three horizontal lines – not 2 horizontal and one oblique. Forums Home Banned 8 8 73 Share this post Members 0 0 Share on other sites I’ve always thought that the Champion block looked old school. Now, seeing them in current uniforms, it looks really dated to me. I like standard athletic block more. buster04 http://www.wilson.com/wilson/team/uniforms…D=1157407208132 TheOldRoman 18,009 Link to post BRice16 Posted September 5, 2006 0 Location:Des Moines, IA Link to post sacker12 Share on other sites Prev Share this post EatSleepJeep 1 Members 8 sacker12 73 0 Link to post I have that exact ND jersey with the #61 of Tim Ruddy.I didn’t want the #3 Powerless or #1 Mays version they sold that year. Congrats? I don’t think you’ve earned any. Posted September 5, 2006 (edited) Share this post Posted September 5, 2006 367 posts 0 Share this post buster04 Weird fact of the day: Champion is part of the Sarah Lee megacorporation. Recommended Posts 0 Share this post 1 466 posts As a Michigan fan, I always hated those ND jerseys… because they looked damn good. They haven’t looked nearly as cool since they moved away from those, but at least they’ve ditched the gold side panels. All Activity 0 whitedawg22 Link to post EatSleepJeep 367 posts Members Next 0 Share this post Followers 1 888 0 Edited September 5, 2006 by whitedawg22 Link to post Link to post 8 8 8 Edited September 5, 2006 by JohnnyFriedRice BRice16 Share this post Double post due to merged topic. Posted September 5, 2006 0 Members Share on other sites 73 Volunteer Fan 0 Link to post 528 posts 1,962 posts Share this post 8 Posted September 5, 2006 73 For the record, I do still and always have, hated those Champion numbers with a passion. Share on other sites Share this post 73 Wilson, outside of Nashville, TN is responsible for the Under Armour disasters. Link to post I have that exact ND jersey with the #61 of Tim Ruddy.I didn’t want the #3 Powerless or #1 Mays version they sold that year. Congrats? What an idiot…Get a life…Mike Early 90s Champion football jerseys and font sacker12 0 Posted September 5, 2006 1 Link to post buster04 18,009 JohnnyFriedRice Share on other sites Initialisms Suck 466 posts 2 1,414 posts buster04 1,292 Members sacker12 Go To Topic Listing #Grateful 73 sacker12 5,531 posts Share on other sites 0 JohnnyFriedRice (edited) Share on other sites 1 Link to post mohelmets 0 Link to post Page 1 of 2 888 Sign in to follow this Link to post Members 0 367 posts Forums Home Sports Logos 0 Early 90s Champion football jerseys and font