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2014-Aug-12 - Game in the Arizona desert becomes a battle among Floridians

Game in the Arizona desert becomes a battle among Floridians

TUCSON, Ariz. Cheap Jerseys When Washington State and Arizona kicked off here at high noon in the Sonoran desert, there was little to suggest that a couple of old cronies from Florida would suddenly be prominent.

Washington State receiver Isiah Myers was only the Cougars Wholesale NFL Jerseys ninth leading receiver, and he had a three game stretch earlier with just two catches. Arizona Trey Griffey, a redshirt freshman and the son of former Mariner great Ken Griffey Jr., hadn caught a pass yet this year.

But the two Floridians emerged, and when the day was done, they had a lot to talk about in the conversation Myers hoped to have Wholesale Jerseys with a childhood friend before he caught the Cougars charter flight home from a 24 17 victory.

Griffey caught his first passes as a Wildcat four for 45 yards and Myers had the game deciding play, a 25 yard pass from Connor Halliday for the winning score.

Griffey attended Dr. Phillips High in Orlando, same school as WSU linebacker Darryl Monroe. That was a rival of Myers Olympia High.

played Pop Warner since age 9 together, said Myers. family helped me out a lot. Eventually we separated, but still kept in contact.

didn know this was his first career start. I proud of him. He proved he got what it takes. my vantage point, said Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez of Griffey, competed pretty well. Griffey wasn made available to media afterward.

But it was Myers who had the most lasting memory with his touchdown catch.

a routine play; we ran it about 30 times this game, said Myers. ran a slant, he (Halliday) scrambled, and we (receivers) ran a scramble drill. needed?

The WSU administration faces a familiar plight with the Cougars (5 5) playing host to Utah on Saturday, needing a victory to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2003. The game comes after students complete classes before Thanksgiving break.

Most of the Cougars wouldn address the prospect of a bowl game. Said Monroe, start thinking about bowl games, you get a lack of focus. special

It was a day of special teams follies on both sides. Arizona set the Cheap NFL Jerseys stage for a go ahead WSU score with a botched punt snap in the third quarter, and kicker Jake Smith bungled field goals of 40 and 34 yards.

Meanwhile, WSU reliable Andrew Furney had a 46 yard field goal hit an upright, and punter Mike Bowlin had an unseemly hat trick, Wholesale NFL Jerseys shanking a 3 yard punt and then toeing two kickoffs out of bounds.

Mike Leach, the WSU coach, called Halliday 39 for 53 performance best game he played. Receiver Dom Williams didn argue, saying, ride or die with Connor. He my quarterback. Halliday 46th career touchdown pass tied WSU great Drew Bledsoe for No. 5 on the career list at the school.

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2014-Aug-12 - 'Stations of the Cross' today downtown

'Stations of the Cross' today downtown

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2014-Aug-12 - Super Bowl a family affair beyond John

Super Bowl a family affair beyond John

Dino Paganelli and his two brothers dressed in black and white stripes for Halloween to be like their officiating father. Peter Hansen sat in the rain as a toddler to watch his father coach Jim Harbaugh as a high school quarterback.

Now, they're all here to participate in the NFL's ultimate game.

Football in the blood? Parental role modeling? Personal choice? For some families, it's a mix of all that, and the Authentic Ross Cockrell Jersey stories of how they got here flicker like old home movies. For them, football goes far beyond tossing a ball around the yard or sharing chips and salsa on Super Sunday.

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In the past, we've seen quarterback brothers Peyton and Eli Manning, sons of former NFL quarterback Archie, both win Super Bowls. Then there are the Stoops brothers all four were coached in high school by their father, and all went on to become college coaches.

Right now, the Harbaughs are football's first family. Jim's San Francisco 49ers play older brother John's Baltimore Ravens in the first brother vs. brother head coaching matchup in Super Bowl history the Har bowl.

Parents Jack and Jackie, both in their 70s, live in the Milwaukee area. They won't be wearing 49ers red or Ravens purple. You win some, you lose some in bowling terms, they're guaranteed a split. They got a taste of it in 2011 when the Ravens beat the 49ers in the regular season.

"That thrill of victory and the agony of defeat, and on Sunday night we're going to experience both of those Preston Brown Womens Jersey great emotions," says Jack.

"We're going to hug both of them," Jackie says.

The brothers will take the field with full tanks of competitive fire. Jack coached them up on that when he was at Iowa in the early 1970s and the boys had sad faces as he drove them to elementary school on cold mornings. "We will attack this day with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind!'' Jack, who coached in high school and college more than four decades, would say.

PHOTOS: VINTAGE HARBAUGH FAMILY PICTURESHarbaugh family vintage photosSays John: "My dad's leadership style as a coach was enthusiasm. He was a go getter, the best motivator I've ever heard.''

Jack always told the boys that they keep score for a reason, so play to win. Now, the parents await the score.

Carl Paganelli doesn't care about the score. His son Dino will officiate Sunday as the back judge. His other two sons, Perry and Carl, also are NFL officials. Both have worked Super Bowls.

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2014-Aug-12 - Forty four years later

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Forty four years later, Gary Cuozzo recalls every nuance of his first NFL start. Who wouldn having replaced John Unitas in the lineup and passed for five touchdowns?

It was the game of his life for Cuozzo, then the Baltimore Colts understudy, who made pro football history on a brisk November day in 1965. No quarterback, before or since, has done what Cuozzo did in his first full game.

Subbing for an injured Unitas, he led the Colts to a 41 21 victory in Minnesota, the seventh straight win for the playoff bound club. Under a withering pass rush led by the Vikings Carl Eller, a Hall of Famer, Cuozzo completed 16 of 26 passes for 201 yards and five touchdowns.

His performance outshone even Unitas who, 12 times in his career, had passed for four TDs but never five.

Cuozzo effort earned him the game ball, though now he doesn know its whereabouts. A retired orthodontist, he kept the ball in his office for years, where it kept patients occupied as he straightened their teeth.

There, if asked, Cuozzo would share highlights of his baptismal start. A back injury had sidelined Unitas, giving the free agent from Virginia his chance after 2 1/2 years of mop up chores.

He started slowly, hitting Jimmy Orr for a 43 yard touchdown just before the half. Then, early in the third quarter, he found Orr for a 23 yard score and followed that with a 29 yard pitch to Lenny Moore. Less than a minute later, after an onside kick, Cuozzo fired again, this time to Raymond Berry for six yards. Cuozzo finished with a 14 yard pass to Willie Richardson.

Even now, at 68, he struggles to put that game into words.Things just broke right that day," Cuozzo said. "I can explain it, except that you feel like you in a zone. Everyone else moves in slow motion and you in control. I love to understand that feeling.His time in the limelight was brief. A month later, Cuozzo suffered a separated shoulder and was done for the season.

In 1966, still stuck in Unitas shadow, he asked for a trade and was sent to New Orleans, an expansion team, in a deal that would help Baltimore to a couple of Super Bowls. The Colts got center Bill Curry and the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft, defensive end Bubba Smith. Both made All Pro.Curry still thanks me for that trade," Cuozzo said.

Cuozzo retired in 1972. His best year was 1970 when he led Minnesota, of all teams, to the playoffs.

A Phi Beta Kappa in college, he studied dentistry in the offseason and had his own practice for 28 years.I glad I played when I did," Cuozzo said. "If the money had been good then, I probably wouldn have gone on to (dental) school. I have had lots of money but no direction in life.Married 44 years, he lives with his wife, Peggy, with whom he had four children. The Cyrus Kouandjio Womens Jersey eldest, Gary Jr., was murdered during a drug deal in 1990. His death led Cuozzo to speak tirelessly to teens about avoiding drugs.After Gary death, I found a bunch of letters in his room that he written to me," Cuozzo said. "Here was someone who been high school quarterback and homecoming king, and who earned a scholarship to Holy Cross, describing himself in the letters as the most insecure person in the world. He masked it well.I shared a lot of that with the kids I spoke to," Cuozzo said. "A lot of what I said came from my experiences of having roomed with Raymond Berry, with the Colts. Raymond just cares about people and has faith.Bottom photo: Gary Cuozzo speaks at a Fellowship of Christian Athletes awards dinner in 1996. Photo courtesy of George W. Holsey

This is another compelling read about a Baltimore Colts player from the halcyon days of that franchise. I can barely remember Marty Domres, never mind Gary Cuozzo! This article has refreshed my memory and then some about Cuozzo's "one game" exploits as Johnny U.'s replacement. Off the field, however, it's good to also know that "Dr." Cuozzo has risen to life's challenges. How he has been able to handle the tragic death of his oldest son as http://www.officialauthenticbills.com/authentic-sammy-watkins-jersey.html a grieving father is, indeed, an inspirational story. Thanks to Dr. Cuozzo for sharing it and for Mike Klingaman's letting the folks in Baltimore know about it. Bless you, Dr. Gary Cuozzo!

Thanks, Mike, for remembering Gary Cuozzo. His story about his late son was very touching. He illustrates how influential Raymond Berry was at an interpersonal level with his teammates as a man of faith.

I remember when Cuozzo, in his final NFL season (1972) led the St. Louis Cardinals to a win against the Colts in the Colts' home opener. He faced off against Unitas, who was starting his final home opener as a Colt. That loss set the tone for the dismal 5 9 season for the Hosses, the team's first losing season since 1956and the controversial dismantlement of that team by the callous and egotistical Joe Thomas. Cuozzo is a far more pleasant Colt memory than Thomas.

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2014-Aug-12 - Obituary for Mary Lou Reed

Obituary for Mary Lou Reed

Mary Lou Reed, 77, of Westphalia, passed away Tuesday, November 19, 2013, at St. Mary Health Center. She was born December 4, 1935, in Jefferson City, Missouri, the daughter of the late Thomas Robert and Pauline (Harris) Howard. On June 3, 1995, she was united in marriage to Jerold Reed, who survives that the home. Mary was a 1954 graduate of Jefferson City High School. She was employed with Von Hoffman Press where she retired after 30 years of service. Mary was a member of St. John Lutheran Church at Schubert. Mary loved to garden. She enjoyed traveling and cooking for her family and friends. Mary was an avid St. Louis Cardinals Baseball and NASCAR racing fan. Mary got to watch the final race of the season on Sunday rooting for her favorite driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. Along with her husband Jerry, she is survived by Authentic Ronald Powell Jersey three step children: Jeremy Reed (Margaret) of North Pole, Alaska, Johnathan Locke (Star) of Holts Summit and Jennifer Locke of Holts Summit; one sister: Jo Ann Brown of Jefferson City and six grandchildren. She was preceded in death by four siblings: Virginia Scheuler, Thomas Robert Howard Jr., Jerry Lee Howard and David Lee Howard. with Rev. Murl Nash officiating. Interment will follow in the Riverview Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may be made to Charity http://www.officialauthenticsaints.com/authentic-tavon-rooks-jersey.html of the Donor Choice. Arrangements are under the direction of HOUSER MILLARD Funeral Directors, 2613 West Main Street; Jefferson City, MO 65109. (573) 636 3838.

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2014-Aug-12 - How to Figure an NFL Quarterback

How to Figure an NFL Quarterback

The National Football League (as well as the Canadian Football League) assigns a passer rating to any player who has attempted at least one pass. The passer rating is a function of the number of attempts, completions, total passing yards, touchdown passes, and interceptions. Although the formula looks complicated in its raw form, it is quite easy to compute in steps. You can Authentic Vinnie Sunseri Jersey follow the guide below to determine a quarterback's passer rating so long as you know all of his stats. If you want to save time, use an online quarterback passer rating calculator to do the math for you. (The linked calculator outputs the NFL/CFL and NCAA ratings. This article just deals with the NFL/CFL passer rating formula.)

Step 1In this step, the quantities att, comp, yds, tdp, and int are the number of attempts, completions, yards, touchdown passes, and interceptions respectively. First compute the pass completion subscore with the formula

Again, if B is less than 0 set it equal to 0, and if B is greater than 2.375, set it equal to 2.375. Finally, compute the touchdown passes and interceptions subscores with the equations

Passer Rating = 100(A+B+C+D)/6

When A, B, C, www.officialauthenticsaints.com/authentic-khairi-fortt-jersey.html and D are all equal to 2.375, the rating is equal to 158.333, which is the highest value possible. The lowest possible value is 0.

Players with Perfect Passer Ratings in a Single GameMany NFL players have achieved perfect passer ratings in individual matches. Some of theses players include Tom Brady (twice), Ben Roethlisberger (three times), Peyton Manning (four times), and Kurt Warner (three times). Among all players with at least 1,500 attempted passes, Aaron Rodgers holds the highest career passer rating at 104.1.

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Other Rating SystemsThe NCAA uses a different formula to compute what it calls "passing efficiency" for quarterbacks. It uses the same five variables as the formula above, but its maximum output is 1261.6 while its minimum output is 731.6.

In 2011, ESPN developed its own proprietary formula for rating quarterbacks called the "total quarterback rating" or QBR. The variables it takes into consideration include data from every play that is made, but the other inputs and the equations that relate them are not publicly known. The algorithm for computing the rating supposedly spans over 10,000 lines of programming code! The output is a number between 0 and 100, with 50 considered average.

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