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We didn’t come out ready to play, said winger Jack Kopacka, who opened the scoring with 3.8 seconds left in the opening period, helping the Hounds improve to 43 5 2 1 before 4,135 at Essar Centre. shouldn’t concern us at this point because there’s lots of season left. But we know we have to be better. playing well enough to win, but not as well as we should be.

Their next trip begins Thursday in St. Catharines against the IceDogs.

Raddysh’s first goal against his former teammates gave the Soo a 2 0 lead early in the third period.

Emmett Sproule trimmed the Otters deficit to 2 1 before Raddysh notched his 25th of the season, and 10th in 11 games with the Hounds, with 4:08 left in regulation.

However, the visitors weren’t done.

Former Greyhounds centre Hayden Fowler, part of the deal that brought Raddysh and rearguard Jordan Sambrook here, made it 3 2 with the Erie net empty and only 4.2 seconds remaining.

Fowler drove the net, took a feed from Stephane Patry and beat netminder Matt Villalta. had no shot generation in the second. We did a lot of nothing in the second period. liked our game better than Friday’s.

Asked about beating Murphy high to the glove side with two nifty shots, Raddysh said: score a lot of my goals there. It’s a prime shooting area for me.

Despite the setback, Otters head coach Chris Hartsburg liked the way in which his team toe to toe with the Greyhounds. really happy with our effort and Murphy was really good. He’s been really good and he fits the mould of what we want to be.
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With its gloss black honeycomb grille in front and spoiler in back, our test Charger SXT attracted plenty of attention during the test week. We also noticed something curious: When we pulled behind slower moving cars on the Interstate, many of them tended to move to the right lane so we could go by. Maybe it was because our Bright White Charger with the black grille caused some drivers to think a police car was behind them, or maybe it was just coincidence. One thing’s for sure, if a white Charger causes slow left lane drivers to move over on the Interstate, I’d pay more to buy it.

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Inside the cabin, the Charger is roomy and functional. The sport cloth seats in our test vehicle looked durable and were comfortable. The driver’s power seat adjusted eight ways and had lumbar support.

Dodge has also improved its Uconnect system with Garmin navigation and enhanced 3 D maps and route guidance graphics. Controls and gauges were intuitive and simple.

The new 8 speed transmission is phenomenal, but we weren’t a big fan of the new electronic shifter. Like some other models, the top of the shifter lights up with “P, R, N and D.” The problem is, your hand is on top of the shifter and you can’t see the letters. Intuitively, bumping the shifter back two spaces moves the transmission from reverse into drive, but with this version you also have to push the thumb button to shift. Admittedly, this isn’t likely a problem once you get used to the shifting pattern.

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The league fined San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick $10,000 Thursday for wearing his Beats by Dre headphones during the team postgame interview last Sunday. The NFL had banned players from wearing the headphones during televised interviews in practices and games because Bose signed on as its official headphone sponsor. Starting before kickoff on game days and extending through 90 minutes afterward, Beats headphones cannot be worn by players.

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DeMarcus Ware said he and linebacker Von Miller are now in competition with each other to pressure the quarterback. (Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post)

A few months after the Broncos signed DeMarcus Ware, the veteran defensive end said he and linebacker Von Miller aimed to be the league best sack tandem ever.

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As Peyton closes in on the record, his father and idol to Favre, Archie Manning, joined The Press Box on Thursday to share his thoughts.

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The center is scheduled to open next summer in Denver.

Although the issue of domestic violence was brought to the forefront in recent months by the Ray Rice case, the team partnership with Rose Andom has been in the works for more than a year.

“There is no place for domestic violence in our society,” Broncos President and Chief Executive Officer Joe Ellis said in a statement. “It’s a very serious issue that affects so many, including children, and it deserves the extensive resources that the Rose Andom Center will provide to make a difference.

Real estate mogul and billionaire Stan Kroenke become the full owner of the NFL’s St. Louis Rams in August of 2010 after purchasing the interest of late owner Georgia Frontiere. To receive the consent of the other NFL owners, however, Kroenke had to agree to turn over control of his other professional sports teams in Denver the NBA’s Nuggets and the NHL’s Avalanche to his son, Josh, by the end of the year because of the NFL’s cross ownership rule. Per the agreement, Kroenke must give up his majority stake in the Nuggets and Avs by December of 2014.

But according to Sports Business Daily on Monday, the league is likely to give him a 12 month extension to transfer ownership to his son. (The NFL allows such in family transfers if the receiving member has no part in the team’s operation.) The deal would require Kroenke to inform the league by June of 2015 how he plans to divest his teams.
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On November 13 last year, West Indies allrounder Andre Russell was playing his first match of the Ram Slam T20 Challenge. In the fourth over, South Africa and Titans batsman Quinton de Kock flicked Knights fast bowler Malusi Siboto high over mid on, where Russell was fielding.

It was never going to be a catch. Not even in Russell’s mind when he saw the ball fly off the bat as he walked in (“briskly,” he says) to save the single.

“After the ball went over my head I heard ‘Two, two, two,'” Russell recounted when he spoke to ESPNcricinfo this February in Dubai, where he played in the Pakistan Super League for eventual champions Islamabad United.

“They [batsmen] never thought I will get there. As soon as I heard that, I said, ‘I am going to the drop in zone as soon as possible.’ So I turn and I sprint. I just muscle down the field, focusing on getting to the ball. I look up, I realise I am close to the ball. I make two or three more power strides, stick my hand out, the ball just fell right on the tips of my fingers. As soon as I feel the ball, I push my hand out and I make sure I have it covered because I know I was going to fall. I did not want the ball to bounce out of my fingers.”

As the commentators gushed, Russell quickly stood up and folded his arms in front of his chest, as if to ask himself and the crowd: “Would you believe that?”

Russell has made pulling off stunning feats on the field his trademark. With the bat in hand he has engineered spectacular finishes in T20 leagues around the world, in which he is highly sought after. The IPL, the Big Bash, the PSL, the CPL, Ram Slam, Friends Life T20 he’s a marquee player in all of them. In 2015, his first proper year in the IPL, Russell finished as the Most Valuable Player in the tournament, when he played in every match for his side, Kolkata Knight Riders.

“You have to give credit to the hard work you put in,” he says. “I believe now that nothing comes easy. I can achieve a lot more from just working harder and make sure that whenever I cross the ropes, I can do well. I know my job is not easy. I have to bat, bowl and field, run from long on to long off. But I am always in the game. So it was good to get the MVP.”

Progress has been swift for Russell over the last three years. From a player with potential, he has become a must have asset. In the IPL, he was largely an unknown in his first two seasons, during which he played just seven matches for Delhi Daredevils. At the 2014 auction, Knight Riders were looking for an allrounder who could eventually take over the role performed by their senior player at the time, Jacques Kallis.

Russell, who had gone unsold in the first round, had a base price of Rs 60 lakh (approximately US$100,000 then), and Venky Mysore, the Knight Riders chief executive, ended up buying him for that sum.

During an interval in the auction, an official from a rival franchise walked up to Mysore and commented on the Russell buy: “Good luck managing him,” he said. Mysore, though, has had no cause for regret. “He has been one of the most fantastic guys in the dressing room,” he says of Russell. “He is absolutely one of the best allrounders going in this format. We also felt with his batting skills he could move up and down the order.”

In his first season at Knight Riders, Russell only played two matches, where he managed one wicket and two runs. A few months later, in the Champions League T20, he was to the fore in the thriller against Chennai Super Kings in Hyderabad. Chasing 158 to win, Knight Riders were sinking at 51 for 5 after eight overs when Russell joined Ryan ten Doeschate, the Essex allrounder, at the crease. The two turned the match on its head with a swift 80 run partnership that included a 22 ball 50 from Russell. His eventual 58 included five sixes and four boundaries, at a strike rate of 232.

He recounts another incident, from the last IPL. “I told him before a game [at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai], the straight boundaries are shorter but the side boundaries seem quite long. He said, ‘No ground is too big for me, maan.'”

“You can’t buy experience,” Russell says. “You have to earn experience and live it. The first two years I played IPL, I was with Delhi, and I play, like, seven games in two years. It is not like I could not do what I am doing now, but I was not getting a chance. If I was getting a chance with Delhi, I would maybe be a better player now because I would have learned more how to deal with failure, how to deal with success.

“So at that time, not getting enough chances, I just know that, all right, I am happy to be part of the team. I learn how to be a team man and support the team and make sure that each guy that is in the playing XI is comfortable. I am on the bench, run up with water, whatever.

At Knight Riders, Russell found himself at home, at peace. “I was in the zone that I want to be in. I know, even if I fail, I am going to play the next game. That is the kind of trust if players get it more often, you will maybe see a lot of spectacular things from the player.”

Mysore had no second thoughts about holding on to Russell. “Tell me how many are there who can give you all three with match winning ability, particularly with the bat?” he asks. “With the bat, Andre Russell is a type of player I think any opposition will fear that he can turn the game from any stage because it is a matter of a few hits with his power and his capability and his skill.”

Many gifted athletes are good at more than one sport before they focus on one. Russell was an ace at football, where he started as a forward before switching to defensive midfield. Once, when his team did not have a goalkeeper, he volunteered to stand in.

“We were losing games because easy goals were being scored. I said to the coach, ‘I can keep.’ He said, ‘No, who is going to play in the field? You have to play and score goals.’ If you start to keep, we have no one to score, so we are going to draw. I said, ‘We must, and can, score at least one goal per game, and I will make sure no one scores against us.’ So I started goalkeeping from there.”

Russell got a scholarship to play football at Clarendon College. They had a good team and he did not get enough game time. Hungry to play, he approached the coaches, who asked him to bide his time.

One day, after football season, he tagged along with a friend who played cricket for the school’s senior team. “Me and two other guys were playing our own little game on the side, with a little, soft ball.

“I was hitting the ball all over the place, bowling fast. The coach was watching me. I didn’t know that. He called me and asked me my name. Then he asked why I don’t come and play cricket. I said, ‘But those guys bowlin’ fast and I am scared.'”

Russell was about 13 or 14. He told the coach he would try but he would take it slowly. He played Under 14s for the first year and then moved to the U 16s. By the end of the first year at that level, he was playing for the senior team as a wicketkeeper.

“There was no specialist wicketkeeper in the squad. The first game we played, we had a keeper who let 38 40 byes go, and I remember that as I was bowling! So I tell the coach that I am going to keep. He was fine. I watched [Adam] Gilchrist and few other keepers that I liked, to see how they kept, catch a ball with style and the right technique.”

Kirk Harris, who played U 15 cricket for Jamaica “saved” Russell by relieving him of the gloveman’s duties, which allowed him to move his focus back to fast bowling.

Many were surprised he could bowl. “The year before Harris came, I went to a Jamaica U 19 preparation camp and I went as a keeper. The second year, I went as a fast bowler. The trainer was setting up some cones. He knew me as a keeper previously. He said to me, “Russ, go and get your keeping stuff. We are going to stay on this base and catch the ball.” I said, no, no, showing him my bowling boots. I told him, ‘I am a bowler now.’ I surprised everyone.”

He focused on running before going to school and for a half hour after school, doing lots of weights, working out in the gym all to bowl as fast as he could. Eventually he made it into the Jamaica U 19 side. He also continued to be goalkeeper for Bowlers FC.

When he was 17, Russell was asked to attend a Jamaica U 20 camp by the president of the local football federation. Around this time he also received a fax from the Jamaica Cricket Association asking him to play for the U 19s for a second year.

A week later he received a message from the Jamaica Football Federation saying he was in the 30 member squad for the Jamaica U 20s. When it came to making a choice between the sports, he told the school’s principal that he wanted to play cricket.

The football officials continued to call, and failing to reach him, they rang his grandmother. “She said, sorry, he wants to play cricket,” Russell remembers. “I had to tell them I was already in the Jamaica U 19 camp. I had to tell them something. That was where everything started.”
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Citing people familiar with the negotiations, The Financial Times says Apple could announce the deal as early as next week. In its report posted online late Thursday, the newspaper warned the talks could still collapse if the two sides cannot agree on some final details.

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The character of Irulan serves as a de facto narrator in Dune, with excerpts of her later writings used as epigraphs before each chapter of the novel.[3][4][5][6] Within the storyline, Irulan is established as the eldest daughter of the 81st Padishah Emperor Shaddam IV and Anirul, a Bene Gesserit of Hidden Rank; she has four younger sisters named Chalice, Wensicia, Josifa and Rugi, and no brothers.[7][8][9] In Dune, the character appears in person only near the end of the novel, but continues as a regular character in the sequels Dune Messiah and Children of Dune.[4][5] Epigraphs attributed to Irulan also appear to a much lesser extent in these subsequent novels, and others in the extended series.

The non canon Dune Encyclopedia (1984) by Willis E. McNelly invents an extensive, alternate biography for Irulan.[10]

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Apple is orchestrating a $3.2 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics, the headphone maker and music streaming distributor founded by hip hop star Dr. Dre and record producer Jimmy Iovine, according to a published report.

Citing people familiar with the negotiations, The Financial Times says Apple could announce the deal as early as next week. In its report posted online late Thursday, the newspaper warned the talks could still collapse if the two sides can’t agree on some final details.

The potential acquisition would add Beats Electronics’ popular line of headphones and music streaming service to an Apple line up that already includes digital music players and the iTunes store, the world’s top music retailer.

If the deal is completed, it would be by far the largest purchase in Apple Inc.’s 38 year history.

The Cupertino company has traditionally seen little need to buy technology from other companies, reflecting Apple’s confidence in its ability to turn its own ideas into revolutionary products such as the Mac computer, the iPod, the iPhone and the iPad.

But Apple hasn’t released a breakthrough product since its former CEO and chief visionary, Steve Jobs,
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died in October 2011. The innovative void has increased the pressure on Jobs’ hand picked successor, Tim Cook, to prove he is capable of sustaining the success and growth that turned Apple into the world’s most valuable company and a beloved brand.

Cook has shown a willingness to spend more of Apple’s money than Job ever did. Among other things, Cook began paying Apple stockholders a quarterly dividend and has progressively committed more money to buying back the company’s shares.

Apple’s pursuit of Beats Electronics is the latest indication that the company is having trouble generating growth on its own. Apple already sells Beats Electronics gear in its stores, giving the company insights into how much the trendy headphones and other audio equipment appeal to its customers.

The negotiations also are taking place as the music market increasingly tilts toward streaming and away from the downloads that once drove the success of Apple’s digital music store, iTunes.

While downloads still command 40 percent of the market, streaming revenue now accounts for 20 percent of total revenue, up from just 3 percent in 2007.

Beats Electronics LLC was founded in Santa Monica, California in 2008 by Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine. Its headphones were manufactured by Monster Cable until the two companies parted ways in 2012. The headphones have become a bit of status symbol worn by celebrities as well as audiophiles.

In 2012, Beats bought streaming music service MOG, which it transformed and relaunched as Beats Music earlier this year. The launch was fueled by a landmark partnership with AT that allowed up to five family members to pay $15 a month for the service as long as they were AT wireless customers. The deal broke the industry mold of charging each person $10 per month.
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Andrea was born in Sarasota, FL. but was raised in the west suburbs of Chicago. She grew up a sports fan. Her dad coached her brother in baseball while she sat in the dugout eating bubblegum and strategizing.

She went to Michigan State University and graduated with a degree in Journalism. Go Green! Go White! While in Michigan, Andrea worked for WLNS Lansing as a part time sports photographer. She joined the KIFI/KIDK sports team in September 2017,
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as a weekend sports anchor and sports reporter.

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