He reports directly to Ms. Greco and oversees creative development, consumer research, media and merchandising. Joe Tripodi, a former Coca Cola Co. Peyton Manning threw five touchdown passes two to his newest target, Wes Welker to help the Denver Broncos build a 35 17 lead over Super Bowl champion Baltimore. AP photoConnecting with his most prized addition, Wes Welker, former college basketball player Julius Thomas and Demaryius Thomas for two TDs each, Manning directed Denver to a 49 27 victory over the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night in the NFL opener, a much anticipated rematch against the team that ended the Broncos playoff run in January.Manning is the sixth QB in NFL history to throw seven TD passes in a game and the first since Joe Kapp did it for Minnesota against Baltimore on Sept. 28, 1969.Manning was 27 of 42 for 462 yards with seven TDs and no interceptions.All part of a thorough thrashing of the team that put a harsh end to what had looked like a Super Bowl bound 2012 in Denver.
However, Adam Kingsbury is a PhD candidate in sports psychology, and that academic background comes in handy in his work with Rachel Homan and her Ottawa Curling Club teammates.He was on the end of the ice sheet when skip Homan, third Emma Miskew, second Joanne Courtney and lead Lisa Weagle won the Scotties Tournament of Hearts provincial and national titles at Cobourg and St. Catharines, Ont., respectively, and when they captured their world title at Beijing in March. He on duty all this week at the Canadian Tire Centre during the Canadian Olympic team trials.Homan, Miskew and Weagle, with Alison Kreviazuk as second, placed third in the 2013 Olympic team trials in Winnipeg.Here what Kingsbury had to say about working with the Homan foursome by email a few days ago.Q: Your background is not in curling, right?A: That right.
There was a kid out of Gulf Coast Community College last year, played two years of junior college ball just south of Hattiesburg in Wiggins, was drafted in the fifth round by Tampa. That is a much smaller school than here. Somebody found him. Though the NFL handling of domestic violence scandals suggests that our society still has a long way to go when it comes to understanding domestic abuse, we made a lot of progress since 50 years ago when doctors thought beating was therapeutic. An article in the issue of TIME dated 50 years ago today Sept. 25, 1964 highlights a mind boggling study that concludes couples stay in abusive relationships because their fighting can out each other mental quirks..