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The Scranton Times-Tribune
HS NOTEBOOK: Football camps coming to NEPAFootball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Also, recently named Parkland head
HS NOTEBOOK: Football camps coming to NEPA
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Also, recently named Parkland head coach and former Bethlehem Liberty coach Tim Moncman, who has led teams to four PIAA Class AAAA finals and a state championship, will speak on defense and the... Read more
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ESPN
Ranking best, worst drafting teams in Round 1Clowney is listed as the biggest miss, it's too early to call him a bust after
Ranking best, worst drafting teams in Round 1
ESPN / Posted 8 days ago
Clowney is listed as the biggest miss, it's too early to call him a bust after 17 games played in two seasons.3. Baltimore Ravens Surplus AV per pick: Plus-6.8 Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome has drafted 11 Pro Bowlers in the first round since... Read more
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The Mercury News
NFL draft: Biggest bust at every first-round draft slot since 2000contract (six years, $60 million, $34M guaranteed) registering as the richest n
NFL draft: Biggest bust at every first-round draft slot since 2000
The Mercury News / Posted 10 days ago
contract (six years, $60 million, $34M guaranteed) registering as the richest non-QB rookie deal in league history at the time.No. 5: Justin Blackmon Team (Year): JAC (2012) Career games (starts): 20 (19) Blackmon turned in promising stats as a... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Can More Money Fix America's Schools?reported back to Congress. James S. Coleman, a sociologist, was tapped for the
Can More Money Fix America's Schools?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 11 days ago
reported back to Congress. James S. Coleman, a sociologist, was tapped for the job. And he did not take it lightly. By the time Coleman filed his 700-page report, he and his team had surveyed some 650,000 students and teachers nationwide. "It was... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Can More Money Fix America's Schools?reported back to Congress. James S. Coleman, a sociologist, was tapped for the
Can More Money Fix America's Schools?
KERA North Texas / Posted 11 days ago
reported back to Congress. James S. Coleman, a sociologist, was tapped for the job. And he did not take it lightly. By the time Coleman filed his 700-page report, he and his team had surveyed some 650,000 students and teachers nationwide. "It was... Read more
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Boston Globe
Ben Volin: NFL Draft may lack star power but not intrigueyear’s draft doesn’t exactly have the sexy story lines that we’ve seen in the p
Ben Volin: NFL Draft may lack star power but not intrigue
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
year’s draft doesn’t exactly have the sexy story lines that we’ve seen in the past — no polarizing figures like Tim Tebow and Johnny Manziel, no potential Pro Bowl quarterbacks like Andrew Luck, and very little star power. There’s also... Read more
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The Hill
The Trail 2016: No White Knightinto federal election documents to give us our most detailed picture yet of Tru
The Trail 2016: No White Knight
The Hill / Posted 23 days ago
into federal election documents to give us our most detailed picture yet of Trump's campaign organization, while Jonathan Easley takes a look at 10 players in New York's primary. And Lisa Hagen looks at Senate races Democrats think they can flip... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
Douglas “Doug” Downs, 59Doug's memory is his son: Andy (Jessica) Hall; three grandchildren: Donovan, Mi
Douglas “Doug” Downs, 59
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 25 days ago
Doug's memory is his son: Andy (Jessica) Hall; three grandchildren: Donovan, Miaanna and Adara; siblings: Diane (Jeff) Plunkett, David (Karman) Downs, Patricia (Tim) Dolezal and Sherry (Mark Easley) Roseburrough; also several nieces and... Read more
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The Hill
The Trail 2016: Badger state showdownPolitico's words about his campaign, "disarray" over "bad, dishonest journalist
The Trail 2016: Badger state showdown
The Hill / Posted 30 days ago
Politico's words about his campaign, "disarray" over "bad, dishonest journalists." KEYSTONE CRUSHING: The HIll's Jonathan Easley reports: Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders by 22 points in Pennsylvania ahead of this month's Democratic... Read more
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