COLUMBUS, OH – SEPTEMBER 28: Head Coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes watches his team warm up before a game against the Wisconsin Badgers at Ohio Stadium on September 28, 2013 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)A lot of things went wrong for Nebraska in its 34-31 overtime loss to Colorado last weekend. The Huskers blew a 17-point lead and allowed a Buffaloes game-tying touchdown with less than a minute to go.But Urban Meyer has an idea of what went wrong overall for the Huskers and how they can improve moving forward.Appearing in his weekly spot on The B1G Show, Meyer reflected on the game and how Nebraska can bounce back. He said that quarterback Adrian Martinez hasn’t found “his rhythm yet.” But he still thinks Nebraska can still win the Big Ten West.“That was a terrible loss, and I was one of the guys who thought that Nebraska (would win the Big Ten West), and I still think they can. They’ve got really good players, I still love their quarterback, but he hasn’t found his rhythm yet this year. The way they finished the season last year with the momentum, I think they have good staff, (and) good players.”Meyer hearkened back to a serious loss his Ohio State Buckeyes suffered against Virginia Tech at home in 2014. Ohio State lost that one 35-21 before winning the national championship. He urged Nebraska head coach Scott Frost to “rally the troops and keep swinging.””We lost early in 2014 in a terrible loss to Virginia Tech. You just gotta rally the troops.”– @CoachUrbanMeyer shared how a team like Nebraska can bounce back from a tough loss and dropped wisdom on some other early @B1Gfootball scenarios: pic.twitter.com/7MoyBorREq— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) September 11, 2019Meyer reminded everyone that there’s “a lot of football left” and expressed confidence that Nebraska will get things going once they begin in-conference games.Nebraska is still well-situated for a strong season. Their next two games will be against Northern Illinois and Illinois. After that, they get most of their toughest opponents at home.Late-September may be an issue though with the Ohio State Buckeyes coming to Lincoln. A win in that game would be tremendous for the Huskers. But a loss would leave them with no margin for error down the stretch.Can Scott Frost and the Huskers right the ship before the end of the month?
MacKenzie Bezos, the former wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, has promised to give at least half of her fortune to charity, just months after finalizing her divorce from the world’s richest man.Bezos, whose fortune is now worth an estimated $36.6 billion, signed the Giving Pledge, which encourages the world’s wealthiest people to dedicate a majority of their wealth to charitable causes.The initiative was launched by Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates in 2010 and has so far attracted the support of 204 individuals and families.MacKenzie Bezos wrote in a letter announcing the move that “I have a disproportionate amount of money to share.”The Amazon CEO praised his former wife’s decision via Twitter.MacKenzie is going to be amazing and thoughtful and effective at philanthropy, and I’m proud of her. Her letter is so beautiful. Go get ‘em MacKenzie. https://t.co/S2gLLBQyRQ— Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) May 28, 2019
House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 admin Latest posts by admin (see all) Latest Posts Bio Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 BLUE HILL — Lydia Clapp turned in yet another strong pitching performance for GSA, allowing just two hits and striking out 13 in a 6-1 win over the Washington Academy Raiders on Friday at Blue Hill.Lexi Wessel drove in two runs with a double, Mindy Carter doubled and Stephi Davis had an RBI single in a four-run fourth inning for GSA.Stevie Theoharidis, Anna Clapp, Alida Peake, Leah Mattson and Sabrina Vivian all singled for the Eagles. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015
Bucksport softball’s MaKenzie Smith (left) hugs teammate Darian Jellison after the team defeated Mattanawcook Academy to win the Class C North title June 14 in Brewer. It was the Golden Bucks’ fourth regional title in five seasons. ELLSWORTH AMERICAN PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
MACKENZIE Sports Club will host a Special General Members Meeting today from 17:00hrs in an effort to get ready for its Annual General Meeting and Elections on June 30.General Secretary of the MSC, Marlon Pearson, in the absence of the president Avery Trim, who is out of the jurisdiction, has advised that all non-financial members put their house in order.The names of all members dating back from 2014 to present are posted for scrutiny on the Notice Board and those who are non-financial are advised to put themselves in order to have a say when the AGM and biennial elections are held at the end of next month.Apart from that, the meeting is called to deal with the Club’s outdated rules which are to be replaced with a proposed new Constitution, something that will help the club to move forward.All this comes as the club has been released from the scrutiny of the Linden bauxite firm which paid salaries for the MSC staff, among other things. The onus is now with the Club’s Management Committee.Being saddled with that and the general upkeep of the facilities, along with the fall-off of most financial members, meant the club could not properly meet the needs of uplifting its status accordingly.In light of this, regaining lost members and adding new ones, coupled with a new MSC Constitution to look into the current financial status and the many concerns persons have, will now have to be addressed.However, following a recent meeting with Minister within the Minister of Agriculture Ms Valarie Yearwood, the efforts by the current Management Committee is being noted and the will to make the club one of Guyana’s best seems possible.Persons who want to become new members of the MSC are encouraged also to uplift Membership Forms which ware available at the desk of the Club’s steward, Ms Keisha Quow, between 10:00hrs and 17:00hrs, Monday to Friday.