The Texans scratched six starters, with running back Lamar Miller missing his second straight game. Fullback Jay Prosch also was deactivated. On defense, defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, linebackers John Simon and Brian Cushing and cornerback Johnathan Joseph also did not dress.
Which leaves us with one question: Where’s Dave Coulier when you need him? (Quick, somebody check CBS’ fall lineup.) Disappearing from ABC’s schedule are The Geena Davis Show, Gideon’s Crossing, Two Guys and a Girl and Norm. The network instead decided to put its faith in three promising midseason comedy replacements, What About Joan, The Job and My Wife and Kids. (its home since 1987) in favor of giving critical fave Once and Again another shot to build on its audience.
Last month, Michael Barfield, vice president of the ACLU of Florida, made a public records request to the Sarasota Police Department as part of a statewide survey of cell phone surveillance. The city’s response, according to the ACLU, red flags. Marshals Service, who apparently came from Tampa and carried them away.
It’s not uncommon for the casual fan to jump on a particular team’s bandwagon. People love the underdog, don’t they? But they especially love it when the underdog, the really likable team, starts winning. When the Sox won the 2004 World Series it was easy to see from every other game played in every other city in North America in the 2005 season that they had generated a larger fan base.
5. Ville Leino, Buffalo Sabres. Leino pulled down $11 million last season ($6 million salary and $5 million signing bonus) and had eight goals and 17 assists. Bears are who we thought they were! And that why we took the damn field. Coach Green will rightly be remembered as a true innovator, leader and pioneer among football coaches. We express our deepest sympathy to his family and his many friends.
Terry Graham WarrenFranklin, TNMr. Terry Graham Warren, age 51 of Franklin, TN, passed away May 3, 2015. Graduate of Astronaut High School in Titusville, FL and graduated from Florida State University, where he was an All American linebacker, favorite of Coach Bobby Bowden.
Peter Curkendall always was the outgoing, big hearted guy, even during his up and down days at Penn State. So he fits his family role perfectly now, from scary storyteller to backyard basketball leader with biological son, Cody, 8, (left) and adopted son, , 15, who underwent a heat transplant more than two years ago. The play guy, said wife, Renee.