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  1. 17-0. 6:35 left in the 3rd
  2. katy up 10-0. 1:08 until halftime
  3. big defensive play by katy.. Wylie 3rd goal from 7 int by katy
  4. Dec. 19, 2008, 6:43 AM EST NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) -- Mike "Mad Dog" Bell, a former professional wrestler whose struggle with substance abuse was featured in the documentary "Bigger, Stronger, Faster," has died. He was 37. Bell was found Sunday at a Costa Mesa live-in rehabilitation facility, his family said. An autopsy was conducted but investigators couldn't immediately determine the cause of death, said Dan Akin, a supervising deputy at the Orange County coroner's division. The coroner is awaiting the results of toxicology tests, he said. Chris Bell, whose 2008 documentary examines the steroid use of his two brothers, said Mike Bell had long battled with his addictions to prescription painkillers and alcohol. "He was always wrestling, he was a personal trainer, he was always pushing his body to the max," Chris Bell told the Orange County Register. "You can't really blame wrestling, but it's kind of the lifestyle," he said. "You have a couple of painkillers to get to the next match, have a couple drinks night to night and it gets out of hand." Bell wrestled on World Wrestling Entertainment's "Monday Night Raw" as a "jobber," a fighter who takes falls to promote others. "Although Mr. Bell was never under a WWE contract, WWE extends its deepest condolences to the Bell family," the organization said.
  5. Most private schools I have been around require teachers to have the certifications now. But the question was about coaching. You can coach without either.... you may just have to do it for free though. depends on how bad the school needs a coach.
  6. yes, you can. Coaching will most likely be the only thing you can do. You will more than likely get the stipend if they have it to give to you but the time and hours you put in will have to be because you love the sport you are coaching.
  7. 13. but he was the best player on his pee wee team, then on his junior high team. which I would then say.."well, yeah, this isnt pee wee or jr high.. he stoppeed growing in jr high and everyone else is now bigger than him. haha
  8. 1st team? dont think so when he only made honorable mention big 12
  9. Texas Tech AD says school negotiating with Leach LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech athletic director Gerald Myers says the school is negotiating a contract extension with Mike Leach, amid reports that the Red Raiders coach has met with the University of Washington about the Huskies' top job. Myers wouldn't confirm or deny newspaper reports that Leach was in Seattle this week to talk to UW officials. Myers said Leach didn't seek permission for an interview and that he hadn't been contacted by Washington. Leach didn't return a call seeking comment Wednesday. Leach has two years remaining on a five-year contract and is making $1.75 million this season. The Seattle Times, Seattle Post-Intelligencer and Lubbock Avalanche-Journal reported the Leach-UW meeting, citing unidentified sources.
  10. Cowboys will put Felix Jones on IR Texas – Cowboys rookie running back Felix Jones is done for the season. The team said Thursday that Jones, one of Dallas' two first-round draft picks, will be placed on injured reserve because of a big left toe injury sustained while doing rehabilitation after hurting his left hamstring Oct. 12. Jones returned to practice on a limited basis Wednesday, but the team now says that was to evaluate his ability to play with the toe injury. It is the first time the team confirmed Jones had a setback during rehab for the hamstring, which has healed. Based on that practice and an evaluation by a foot and ankle specialist who reviewed an MRI of Jones' foot, the Cowboys decided Jones couldn't play again this season. Jones rushed for 266 yards and three touchdowns in his six games. He also returned 16 kickoffs for a 27.1-yard average, including a 98-yard touchdown.
  11. By STEPHEN HAWKINS, AP Sports Writer Stephen Hawkins, Ap Sports Writer – 35 mins agoARLINGTON, Texas – The NFL is giving Adam "Pacman" Jones another chance. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Wednesday the suspended cornerback has been reinstated by league commissioner Roger Goodell, but he must miss two more games — this Sunday and the following game on Thanksgiving. He'll be back Dec. 7 at Pittsburgh. Goodell suspended Adam Jones indefinitely on Oct. 14, saying he'd put a timeframe on it after the cornerback missed at least four games. This decision means it will be a six-game suspension. Jones also missed the entire 2007 season. By the time he returns, he will have been suspended from 22 of a possible 28 games. His yearlong suspension was for repeated legal troubles while with the Tennessee Titans. Over the offseason, he was traded to Dallas and then given another chance by Goodell. The Cowboys gave him a bodyguard to help keep him in line, but on Oct. 7, Jones got into an alcohol-related scuffle with the bodyguard during a private party at a Dallas hotel. Now, he's getting another chance. The league did not immediately make any comment. "He's just chomping at the bit to get back and come back and be successful," teammate Tank Johnson said Wednesday, before the announcement. "He knows we're all with him and we're never going to turn our back on him and as soon as he gets back it will be business as usual. I can't wait to have 21 next to me in the locker." Jerry Jones said Adam Jones could return to practice Monday. The owner said the player would have "limited participation" this week, but would not be part of full-squad practices or conditioning. Quarterback Tony Romo said Jones will be welcomed back into the locker room. "When he was here he worked very hard and he helped us," Romo said. "He's a good football player and I don't see why you wouldn't welcome a guy back that works hard on the practice field."
  12. thats how Crabtree got hurt...on a kick return
  13. and I bet they didnt have over 12000 of their students there.
  14. Here, I checked them for you. ARTICLE 1. a. When a Team B player makes a fair catch, the ball becomes dead where caught and belongs to Team B at that spot. b. When a valid fair catch signal is made, the unimpeded opportunity to catch a free or scrimmage kick is extended to a player who muffs the kick and still has an opportunity to complete the catch. This protection terminates when the kick touches the ground. If the player subsequently catches the kick, the ball is placed where it was first touched)
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