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POLL PATROL: Iowa MBB Up To #19 in Polls   


The topsy-turvy world of the college basketball Top 25 rankings was predictably unpredictable last week, which led to yet more upheaval in the Top 25. Four teams in the Top 10 lost and one team -- Auburn, who had been undefeated on the season -- lost twice. Hell, the #1 ranking in the AP Poll saw another change and last week's #1-ranked team (Gonzaga) didn't lose -- in fact, they didn't even have any close calls, thrashing Santa Clara by 50 points and downing BYU by 23 points. But they still got replaced at the top by Baylor, who became the seventh different team to be ranked #1 this season. The all-time record for a single season is eight different teams ranked #1. 

Meanwhile, what about our beloved Iowa Hawkeyes? Thanks to the upheaval elsewhere in the Top 25 and their two wins last week -- including a win over previous #19 Michigan -- Iowa is on the rise in the polls. They went from just outside the Top 25 to #19 in the new AP Poll and from #24 in the Coaches Poll to #19. 

New AP Top 25 

1 Baylor (33) 15-1 1591
2 Gonzaga (31) 20-1 1588
3 Kansas (1) 14-3 1470
4 San Diego State 19-0 1422
5 Florida State 16-2 1335
6 Louisville 15-3 1303
7 Dayton 16-2 1139
8 Duke 15-3 1065
9 Villanova 14-3 1055
10 Seton Hall 14-4 1034
11 Michigan State 14-4 1004
12 Oregon 15-4 886
13 Butler 15-3 867
14 West Virginia 14-3 758
15 Kentucky 13-4 755
16 Auburn 15-2 637
17 Maryland 14-4 525
18 Texas Tech 12-5 399
19 Iowa 13-5 398
20 Memphis 14-3 394
21 Illinois 13-5 280
22 Arizona 13-5 225
23 Colorado 14-4 154
24 Rutgers 14-4 152
25 Houston 14-4 151

As noted earlier, there was a LOT of movement in the Top 25 this week. Iowa's seven-spot rise from (effectively) #26 to #19 was the second-biggest move up of the week, behind only Seton Hall's eight-spot leap from #18 to #10. Dayton (up six spots from #13 to #7), Louisville (up five spots from #11 to #6), Villanova (up five spots from #14 to #9), and Texas Tech (up five spots from #23 to #18) were the other big risers of the week. Auburn was the biggest dropper, tumbling 12 spots from #4 to #16. Butler (down eight spots from #5 to #13), Wichita State (from #16 to unranked), and Michigan (from #19 to unranked) were the other big droppers. In fact, four teams dropped out entirely (Wichita State, Michigan, Ohio State, and Creighton)

Five Big Ten teams are included in the current Top 25. Two of those -- Michigan State at #11 and Maryland at #17 -- were entirely expected, given that they among the favorites to win the Big Ten before the season began. The other three -- Iowa at #19, Illinois at #21, and Rutgers at #24 -- are considerably more unexpected. Imagine telling your six weeks ago self that in mid-January Michigan and Ohio State would be out of the Top 25 entirely and Iowa, Illinois, and Rutgers would be ranked in the Top 25. The Rutgers ranking is particularly noteworthy since it marks the first time that the Scarlet Knights have been ranked in the AP Top 25 since 1979. That was forty-one years ago

New Coaches Poll Top 25

1 Gonzaga (19) 20-1 784
2 Baylor (13) 15-1 780
3 Kansas 14-3 702
4 San Diego State 19-0 699
5 Louisville 15-3 650
6 Florida State 16-2 635
7 Dayton 16-2 569
8 Duke 15-3 526
9 Michigan State 14-4 513
10 Seton Hall 14-4 486
11 Villanova 14-3 475
12 Butler 15-3 431
13 Oregon 15-4 418
14 Kentucky 13-4 385
15 West Virginia 14-3 381
16 Auburn 15-2 344
17 Maryland 14-4 293
18 Texas Tech 12-5 227
19 Iowa 13-5 197
20 Memphis 14-3 158
21 Arizona 13-5 113
t-22 Illinois 13-5 93
t-22 Wichita State 15-3 93
24 Houston 14-4 79
25 Rutgers 14-4 67

There isn't too much difference in the Coaches Poll Top 25, aside from Gonzaga (narrowly) holding onto the top spot ahead of Baylor. Louisville and Florida State also flip spots at #5 and #6 -- behind former Iowa opponent San Diego State at #4. The Aztecs are the only remaining unbeaten team in college basketball after Auburn took their first (and second) L last week. Michigan State and Villanova also have swapped spots at #9 and #11 in the Coaches Poll, which gives the Spartans (and the Big Ten) a presence in the Top 10 in at least one of the polls. Maryland (#17), Iowa (#19), Illinois (#22), and Rutgers (#25) are the other Big Ten squads ranked in the Coaches Poll.

Incidentally, Iowa's next game is a home game on Wednesday against... newly-ranked Rutgers. That's right: Iowa vs Rutgers is going to be a TOP 25 THROWDOWN. Imagine what the odds on that happening were before the season began. This season is absolutely wild


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Southside Girls, Thompson Boys Earn Top Seeds for Friday’s State Bowling Championship Round   


Thursday’s Results Determine Seeding for Friday’s Championship Bracket

PELHAM – Three-time defending AHSAA State Girls’ Bowling Champion Southside-Gadsden rolled a state-tournament record high team series (2,719) in Thursday’s first round of the 5th AHSAA State Bowling Championships at Pelham’s Oak Mountain Lanes. However, don’t expect the Lady Panthers to be over-confident heading into Friday’s single-elimination head-to-head Baker format championship bracket.
    Why?  South Regional champion Thompson also broke the previous state record (2,631) set by the Warriors in 2018 with a 2,670 total Thursday – just 49 pins behind the leaders. The two schools earned the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds heading into Friday’s competition – and a possible rematch in the state finals. Southside edged the Warriors by just three pins to win the 2019 state title.
     Third seed Stanhope Elmore also surpassed the previous record with a 2,651 series.
     Coach Zachary Blume’s Panthers will open Friday’s first round of team play against No. 16 seed St. Clair County, and Thompson will face No. 15 seed Hokes Bluff. Stanhope Elmore meets Dothan in the first round Friday morning. All first-round matches in the girls’ and boys’ competition will begin at 8 a.m. 
     In the boys’ competition Thursday, Thompson had a three-game series 2,982 to grab the top seed for Friday’s play. Defending state champion Vestavia Hills totaled 2,957 pins to finish a close second in Thursday’s traditional play and earned second seed. Sparkman and Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa were right behind with 2,938 and 2,866 totals to earn third and fourth seeds.
    The Warriors will face Northridge in the first round of the championship bracket Friday morning, the Rebels will meet East Limestone; the Senators will face Southside-Gadsden; and the Patriots will meet Stanhope Elmore.
    Stanhope Elmore’s girls set a new state tournament record with a 1,039 total in the second round for the high team total of Thursday’s competition. Vestavia Hills’ boys rolled a 1,026 in the second round Thursday – just 11 pins shy of the record set by the Rebels at the 2017 state tourney.
    Sparkman’s Cole Arsenault had a three-traditional-game series
244-253-224—711 to lead the boys’ individual competition Thursday. Thompson’s Jacob Acker, who had a high game of 280 in the second round, was second with a 168-280-237—685 total. Arsenault’s series ties for third best in state tourney history and is tied for 6th in AHSAA bowling playoff history. Joe Renfro of Oak Mountain rolled a 284 in the third round for the top single game of the day. Renfro’s 284 is second only to Jon Kilgo’s perfect 300 round for Gadsden City in the 2016 state tourney. Acker’s 280 in the second round is third-best all-time in post-season play.
   Thompson’s Gracie Connelly rolled a 233-239-167—639 series to capture top honors in the girls’ traditional play Thursday. Her series ranks third best in state-tourney play and fourth overall in AHSAA playoff history. Grace Ann Clontz of Southside had a 225-183-203—611 series to finish 28 pins behind Connellly, and Meghan Best of Stanhope Elmore rolled 185-243-173—601 to finish third. Her 243 game in round two was the high for the girls. Connelly’s 239 in the same round was second.
    Complete first-day team and individual results and Friday’s single-elimination 16-team team championship brackets for each division can be found at in the in-season results bowling second on the front page of the website.
    Play gets underway Friday at 8 a.m., with four rounds of competition concluding with the state finals at approximately 4 p.m.

Friday’s Championship Bracket
First-Round Pairings (Baker Format)

Single elimination team play starts at 8 a.m. Finals are set for approximately 4 p.m.
GIRLS’ Bracket
No. 16 seed St. Clair County vs. No. 1 seed Southside-Gadsden
No. 9 seed Hewitt-Trussville vs. No. 8 seed Hazel Green
No. 12 seed Vestavia Hills vs. No. 5 seed Spain Park
No. 13 seed Pelham vs. No. 4 seed Sparkman

No. 14 seed Dothan vs. No. 3 seed Stanhope Elmore
No. 11 seed Gulf Shores vs. No. 6 seed Baker
No. 10 seed American Christian vs. No. 7 seed Hartselle
No. 15 seed Hokes Bluff vs. No. 2 seed Thompson

BOYS’ Bracket
No. 16 seed Northridge vs. No. 1 seed Thompson
No. 9 seed Corner vs. No. 8 seed Gadsden City
No. 12 seed Hoover vs. No. 5 seed Hewitt-Trussville
No. 13 seed Stanhope Elmore vs. No. 4 seed Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa

No. 14 seed Southside-Gadsden vs. No. 3 seed Sparkman
No. 11 seed Spain Park vs. No. 6 seed Auburn
No. 10 seed Mary Montgomery vs. No. 7 seed Oak Mountain
No. 15 seed East Limestone vs. No. 2 seed Vestavia Hills


GIRLS’ TEAM SCORING (3 traditional games)
Southside-Gadsden         2,719
Thompson                        2,670
Stanhope Elmore            2,651
Sparkman                        2,412
Spain Park                       2,212
Baker                                2,184
Hartselle                          2,156
Hazel Green                     2,134
Hewitt-Trussville             2,101
American Christian         1,953
Gulf Shores                      1,926
Vestavia Hills                   1,912
Pelham                             1,869
Dothan                             1,852
Hokes Bluff                      1,814
St. Clair County               1,801

Stanhope Elmore            1,039 (second round)
Southside-Gadsden            951 (second round)
Thompson                           946 (second round)
Southside-Gadsden            921 (first round)
Sparkman                           894 (third round)

BOYS’ TEAM SCORING (3 traditional games)
Thompson                        2,982
Vestavia Hills                   2,957
Sparkman                        2,938
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa        2,866
Hewitt-Trussville             2,828
Auburn                             2,806
Oak Mountain                 2,798
Gadsden City                   2,781
Corner                              2,770
Mary Montgomery         2,745
Spain Park                       2,704
Hoover                             2,700
Stanhope Elmore            2,648
Southside-Gadsden         2,524
East Limestone                2,497
Northridge                       2,257   

Vestavia Hills                   1,026 (second round)
Thompson                        1,019 (first round)
Oak Mountain                 1,011 (third round)
Hewitt-Trussville             1,010 (first round)
Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa        1,009 (first round)

Top 5 Series

Gracie Connelly, Thompson                      233-239-167—639
Grace Ann Clontz, Southside                     225-183-203—611
Meghan Best, Stanhope Elmore               185-243-173—601
Ashlee Hull, Southside                               197-237-151—585
Kacey Marshal, Stanhope Elmore             182-227-167—576

Gracie Connelly, Thompson                      233
Grace Ann Clontz, Southside                     225
McKenzie Skelton, American Christian    199
Alexis Anderson, Spain Park                      198
Ashlee Hull, Southside                               197
Meghan Best, Southside                            243
Gracie Connelly, Thompson                      239
Ashlee Hull, Southside                               237
Kacey Marshal, Stanhope Elmore             227
Samantha Wilson, Stanhope Elmore        206
Angela Webber, Sparkman                       213
Emily Lindsey, Sparkman                           211
Evie Baum, Baker                                       209
Jillian Hulsey, Thompson                           205
Daylin Tolgo, Sparkman                             204

Top 5 Series

Cole Arsenault, Sparkman                         244-253-224—711
Jacob Acker, Thompson                             168-280-237—685
Landon Masters, Thompson                      244-201-232—677
Vincent Shim, Hillcrest                              200-245-225—670
Jason (Cole) McCarty, Hewitt-Trussville   202-204-254—660

Dalton Tolgo, Sparkman                            253
Travis Hayes, Corner                                  252
Nathan Kim, Auburn                                  245
Cole Arsenault, Sparkman                         244
Landon Masters, Thompson                      244
Jacob Acker, Thompson                             280
Cole Arsenault, Sparkman                         253
Vincent Shim, Hillcrest                              245
Tanner Hayes, Corner                                236
Reese Merritt, Vestavia Hills                     233
Tommy Butler, Gadsden City                    233
Joe Renfro, Oak Mountain                        284
Jason (Cole) McCarty, Hewitt-Trussville   254
Austin Osburn, Mary Montgomery          247
Jacob Acker, Thompson                             237
Landon Masters, Thompson                      232
Joseph Collier, Sparkman                          232


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Cambridge's 26 lifts Auburn over South Carolina   

AUBURN — After back-to-back blowout losses highlighted the Auburn offense's tendency to be stagnant, and at times nonexistent, Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl leaned on a freshman off the bench to pull his team out of its two-game lull.Coming into the game, the Tigers had suffered losses at Alabama and Florida where they managed to score just 64 and 47 points respectively.Auburn found its spark Wednesday night.Devan Cambridge scored 26 points, J' Von [...]

Johnson Center for the Arts    

<blurb> The Johnson Center for the Arts (JCA, and sometimes known as the Troy-Pike Cultural Arts …</blurb>

<div class="author-info"><b>Caroline Greer, Auburn University</b></div><div class="article-content"><body><page>
<div> The Johnson Center for the Arts (JCA), sometimes known as the Troy-Pike Cultural Arts Center, is an arts gallery and cultural and events center located near Downtown Square in <a type="nge_article" href="h-2139">Troy</a>, <a type="nge_article" href="h-1352">Pike County</a>. The center aims to provide exposure to the arts for the citizens of Pike County and the surrounding area. Rotating art exhibits come from around the world, and the permanent collection includes the work of local artist such as Jean Lake.</div>
<div> The JCA is housed in a former post office completed in 1912 in the Classical Revival style. It was used as a post office and a governmental building until 1980 and then sat empty until 2000, when its potential demolition spurred Troy citizens into action. The Pike County Chamber of Commerce worked with a group of local citizens to incorporate and purchase the building with proceeds from a large fundraiser. The group then formed the Troy-Pike Cultural Arts Center Board of Directors on April 15, 2000, to oversee the proposed center. In 2005, Troy natives Manley, a noted economist, and Mary Johnson donated $500,000 for the restoration of the building, and the center was named The Holman and Ethel Johnson Center for Johnson's parents. The JCA boasts seven galleries and features a 1,400-square-foot, two-story main gallery and a lower-level gallery.</div>
<div> The center was first housed in a warehouse across the street that the organization purchased from the city and renovated. When the center officially opened in 2008, it moved to the renovated post office and the warehouse was turned into the Cultural Arts Studio. In June 2019, the city re-purchased the warehouse, which serves as a studio with extra storage, electrical outlets for theater lighting and sound, and acts as an arts facility as well as a venue for visual arts exhibitions and musical and educational events. Both venues are available to rent for private and public events. </div>
<div> Admission is free but donations, memberships, and sponsorships are welcomed and encouraged to support the 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Group tours can be arranged for groups over ten but need to be reserved at least a week in advance. School tours are also free and must be reserved two weeks in advance. Tours can be arranged by calling 334-670-2287. Self-guided tours do not be arranged in advance.</div>
<div> The center hosts numerous seasonal and holiday events and exhibitions throughout the year. It is located at 300 East Walnut Street and is open Wednesday to Friday 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Nearby are the <a type="nge_article" href="h-3938">Pioneer Museum of Alabama</a>, Troy's Court Square, City Hall, and <a type="nge_article" href="h-1267">Troy University</a>, as well as the College Street Historic District that was documented by and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. It features a mix of buildings constructed in Mid-19th Century Revival and Late Victorian architectural styles and a mixture of styles.</div></page></body></div><div class="publish-info">Published:&nbsp&nbsp<b>March 6, 2019</b>&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp|&nbsp&nbsp&nbspLast updated:&nbsp&nbsp<b>March 6, 2019</b></div> <div class="mapthis-button"><span><a href=",-85.970441" target="_blank"><img src="/sites/default/themes/mythemes/acq_my_theme/images/mapthis-button.png"></a></span></div><div class="printthis-button"><a target="_blank" href="h-4169?printable=true"><img src="/sites/default/themes/mythemes/acq_my_theme/images/printthis-button.png"></a></div><div class="ref_links"><h2>External Links:</h2><p><a href="" target="_blank">Johnson Center for the Arts</a></p></div>


Vermilion Darter   

<blurb> The vermilion darter (<em type="italic">Etheostoma chermocki</em>) is a species of fish in the Percidae family, which also …</blurb>

<div class="author-info"><b>Alec Wellham, Auburn University</b></div><div class="article-content"><body><page>
<div> The vermilion darter (<em type="italic">Etheostoma chermocki</em>) is a species of <a type="nge_article" href="h-1586">fish</a> in the Percidae family, which also includes economically important sport fish such as the perches, the walleye, and the sauger. Fishes in this family are characterized by having bony skeletons, fins that contain spines or rays, and some degree of armor around the head. The vermilion darter is <a type="nge_article" href="h-1656">critically endangered</a> and is found only in the upper portion of Turkey Creek and its branches in the Black Warrior River system of <a type="nge_article" href="h-1370">Jefferson County</a>. A portion of their habitat is located in Turkey Creek Nature Preserve, a tract managed by <a type="nge_article" href="h-1844">Birmingham-Southern College</a>. The vermilion darter was first described in 1992 by Herbert Boschung, curator of ichthyology at the <a type="nge_article" href="h-1678">University of Alabama</a>, and fellow biologist Richard Mayden and scientific illustrator Joseph Tomelleri in the <em type="italic">Bulletin of the Alabama Museum of Natural History.</em> The genus name of the vermilion darter, <em type="italic">Etheostoma,</em> is derived from the Greek words <em type="italic">etheo</em> (meaning "strain" or "filter") and <em type="italic">stoma</em> (meaning "mouth"); and the specific epithet, <em type="italic">chermocki,</em> is in honor of Ralph L. Chermock, former director of the Environmental Geology Division at the <a type="nge_article" href="h-3937">Geological Survey of Alabama</a>. </div>
<div> The vermilion darter has a small, slender body that measures on average 1.8 to 2.5 inches (~ 4.6 to 6.4 centimeters). Adult males feature blue-tinted lower fins and a bright, reddish-orange (vermilion) scale pattern along the bottom half of their sides, for which the species was named. Females and juveniles are characterized by light olive to straw yellow bodies with eight dark stripes that extend across the spine onto either side of the fish's body. </div>
<div> As of 2019, no comprehensive study has been conducted on the life cycle of the vermilion darter, but it is believed that the species has a life history similar to other darters in the <em type="italic">Etheostoma</em> genus. Fishes reach sexual maturity at about one year of age, and their physical appearance will shift beginning in January, in preparation for the upcoming breeding season that occurs from April to early May. For males, these changes include increased size of testes and brightening of scales and patterns; females also become brighter. During courtship, male darters hold their fins erect and flash their brightly colored fins and scales; if the female approves of this display, she responds by leading the male to a suitable location for spawning (or egg laying). Only one known spawning location for vermilion darters has been recorded: the juncture of Turkey Creek and the Tapawingo and Penny Springs. Female vermilion darters lay an average of 65 eggs during the season, and neither parent provides care (such as egg guarding) after the eggs have been laid. Eggs hatch about six to eight days after being laid; hatchlings and juveniles remain in the same general area as adults, feeding on tiny <a type="nge_article" href="h-1274">invertebrates</a> (primarily immature <a type="nge_article" href="h-1809">insects</a>). Unlike other darter species, which rarely live longer than 18 months, vermilion darters have been recorded as living up to three years of age.</div>
<div> The vermilion darter prefers a freshwater habitat consisting of small to medium-sized streams with bottoms of fine and coarse gravel; these streams typically feature moderate to swift currents, with just enough flow to keep the water cool and clean. Within this habitat, vermilion darters are most often found in the shallower portions along the bottom of the stream searching for prey amongst the rubble. As an omnivore, vermilion darters eat both invertebrates and plant material, but primarily focus on immature insects. Darters are typically preyed upon by larger fish and will respond to this threat by freezing?literally stopping all movement until the threat has passed. Within their ecosystems, vermilion darters fill a variety of roles that are important for maintaining the general health of the environment, such as eating insect pests and serving as prey for larger fish. </div>
<div> Vermilion darters are currently under threat of extinction from a variety of sources, including pollution, development, and increased flow of sediments from runoff into their streams. These sediments bury prey and degrade water quality, as do pollutants. Pesticides from farming and lawn care are common pollutants in Turkey Creek (and a large portion of river systems across the globe), and they kill off prey animals and harm ecosystems extensively. Increasing development in Alabama's most populous county has led to the destruction of habitat and degradation of water quality. Additionally, culverts, dams, and other barriers prevent darters from expanding their habitat. </div>
<div> To counter environmental threats, numerous actions have been taken, such as listing the vermilion darter as critically endangered and granting the species federally protected habitat. As of November 2001, the vermilion darter was listed as critically endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, but it was not until December 2010 that the species was granted approximately 13 miles of federally protected habitat in the Turkey Creek watershed. In 2013, the Old Shadow Lake Dam in <a type="nge_article" href="h-3480">Pinson</a> was removed to restore natural water flow to Turkey Creek to protect and encourage population growth of the vermilion darter. The banks along the creek were restored and native vegetation was planted to bolster habitat health and reduce runoff. Since this restoration in 2013, vermilion darter populations have rebounded somewhat and have even been found in new portions of the creek. As biologists maintain restoration efforts, the future of vermilion darters is hopeful.
<br/><br/><em type="bold">Additional Resources</em><br/><br/>
Boschung, Herbert T., Richard L. Mayden, and Joseph R. Tomelleri. "<em type="italic">Etheostoma chermocki,</em> a New Species of Darter (Teleostei: Percidae) from the Black Warrior River Drainage of Alabama." <em type="italic">Bulletin of the Alabama Museum of Natural History</em> 13 (1992):11-20.</div>
<div>Boschung, Herbert T., and Richard L. Mayden. <em type="italic">Fishes of Alabama.</em> Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2004.</div>
<div>Mettee, Maurice F., Patrick E.O'Neil, and J. Malcom Pierson. <em type="italic">Fishes of Alabama and the Mobile Basin.</em> Las Vegas, Nev.: Oxford House, 1996.</div>
<div> Mirarchi, R. E. <em type="italic">Alabama Wildlife.</em> Vol. 1, <em type="italic">A Checklist of Vertebrates and Selected Invertebrates: Aquatic Mollusks, Fishes, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals.</em> Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2004.</div></page></body></div><div class="publish-info">Published:&nbsp&nbsp<b>March 6, 2019</b>&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp|&nbsp&nbsp&nbspLast updated:&nbsp&nbsp<b>March 6, 2019</b></div> <div class="printthis-button"><a target="_blank" href="h-4168?printable=true"><img src="/sites/default/themes/mythemes/acq_my_theme/images/printthis-button.png"></a></div><div class="ref_links"><h2>External Links:</h2><p><a href="" target="_blank">Turkey Creek Nature Preserve</a></p><p><a href="" target="_blank">Outdoor Alabama: Vermilion Darter</a></p></div>


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Cambridge’s big night lifts Auburn over South Carolina   

AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — After back-to-back blowout losses highlighted the Auburn offense’s tendency to be stagnant, and at times nonexistent, Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl leaned on a freshman off the bench to pull his team out of its two-game…

Gus Malzahn to give Chad Morris full control of Auburn offense in 2020   

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn is giving up control of the team's offense to new coordinator Chad Morris, who will assume play-calling duties.


Missing man found after pickup discovered under Shawnee Co. bridge   

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – A missing man was found after his pickup truck was found under a bridge in southwest Shawnee County Wednesday. The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office said Bruce W. Jensen, 68, was found around 1:15 p.m. under a bridge near 95th & Auburn in his overturned pickup truck. Around 10 p.m. Tuesday, Jensen […]

The Hurry-Up: Kerry Coombs, Ryan Day and Other OSU Coaches Hit Recruiting Trail, Buckeyes Offer DeMatha Catholic DE Colin Mobley, Pennsylvania RB Nicholas Singleton   

The Hurry-Up is your nightly dose of updates from the Ohio State football recruiting trail, keeping tabs on the latest from commits and targets from around the country.

Day, Coombs hit trail

As I wrote about on Thursday and again on Monday, the Buckeyes' biggest priority (only priority, really) in the 2020 recruiting class is staying in touch with four-star athlete Cameron Martinez and doing their best to make sure the senior defensive back recruit out of Muskegon (Mich.) High School remains in the fold until National Signing Day on Feb. 5.

Ryan Day, Matt Barnes and Kerry Coombs are doing just that. 

When the recruiting contact period opened on Friday, Day took a visit up to Michigan to meet with a host of recruits. That included his first stop to see 2021 four-star Donovan Edwards, the nation's No. 2-ranked running back, at West Bloomfield High School, which is northwest of Detroit and northeast of Ann Arbor. Day, Alabama's Nick Saban, Notre Dame's Brian Kelly and Michigan offensive coordinator Josh Gattis each visited Edwards that day.

From there, Day and Barnes took a trip over to see 2020 OL signee Grant Toutant of De La Salle Collegiate High School (in Warren, Michigan, a quick drive east from West Bloomfield). 

Day's final trip of that busy Friday came when he and Barnes set sail for Muskegon, making the three-hour drive back west for an in-home visit with Martinez, and they took the rest of the night to check out Martinez on the basketball court.

In a story by MLive's Scott DeCamp, the visit made a solid impact on Martinez:

“It meant a lot to me and also showed a lot,” Martinez said in a text to “They had a busy day and for them to come to the game and then come over (to the house) with the weather being bad, I really appreciated it. I haven’t seen them in a while, so it was good to catch up with them as well.”

Martinez also told DeCamp that he's not getting any sort of pressure from Day, Barnes or the Notre Dame or Northwestern coaches, who were also in attendance at Friday night's game, on making a decision. All three schools are rumored to be in the picture for Martinez.

“I have never felt any pressure. If I have, then that shouldn’t be the school for me,” Martinez told DeCamp.

Now, those were Day and Barnes' trips. As for new defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs, who will work with the defensive backs including Martinez (if he signs with the Buckeyes), the fiery energy ball was one of the first people in the building at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday (according to strength and conditioning coach Mickey Marotti), drinking coffee and lifting weights. 

Sounds like he's ready to jump right back into the college coaching atmosphere, and that includes hitting the recruiting trail, with Martinez getting a visit from Coombs on Wednesday, and it sounds like the Buckeyes are setting up a visit this week with 2021 cornerback Jakailin Johnson. (Lettermen Row's Jeremy Birmingham reported that it will be Barnes making a visit to St. Louis to see Johnson, not Coombs.)

Johnson picked up a Crystal Ball prediction to Ohio State from 247Sports' Bill Kurelic on Wednesday.

Other visits

Just to get you caught up on visits from Ohio State assistants, plus a visit to Columbus from a 2021 target, here is a rundown from the weekend.

A Buckeyes assistant, presumably running backs coach Tony Alford, hits Texas to visit 2022 RB Emeka Megwa. The following tweet does not specifically say if it was Alford who visited, but we can deduce that the visit was to Megwa, as Vadnais' Twitter account included photos with Texas RB coach Stan Drayton and Lincoln Riley visiting with the star RB.

Plus, the only offer the Buckeyes have given to a player from Nolan Catholic among the 2020, 2021 and 2022 classes is Megwa.

Ed Terwilliger, the Buckeyes' director of high school relations, visited Gallia Academy in Gallipolos, Ohio:

Kevin Wilson, offensive coordinator/tight ends coach, visited Seffner Christian Academy in Mango, Florida:

Barnes took a visit to North Hardin High School in Radcliff, Kentucky:

Junior offensive lineman Rayshaun Benny, who is a top-25 offensive tackle nationally, the No. 175-ranked overall recruit in 2021 and the No. 6-ranked recruit in the state of Michigan out of Oak Park High School, made a visit to Columbus over the weekend. Benny was on hand for the Buckeyes' win over Penn State on Nov. 23:

Benny told Eleven Warriors in November that has good relationships with Buckeye offensive line coach Kennedy Cook and co-defensive coordinator/former Michigan coach Greg Mattison, in addition to Ryan Day and Mark Pantoni.

Offers galore

Between Tuesday and Wednesday, Ohio State offered three new players a full-ride scholarship. 

Those players are:

  • Colin Mobley, a 6-foot-4, 245-pound 2021 four-star strongside defensive end out of DeMatha Catholic (Chase Young's alma mater) in Hyattsville, Maryland, ranked No. 321 overall, No. 19 SDE, No. 16 Maryland.
  • Nicholas Singleton, a 5-foot-11, 195-pound 2022 running back out of Governor Mifflin High School in Reading, Pennsylvania, who has no rankings but has offers from Notre Dame, Penn State, North Carolina, NC State, South Carolina and Virginia.
  • Michael Trigg, a 6-foot-4, 200-pound 2021 tight end out of Seffner Christian Academy, who has no rankings as well but holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Kentucky, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oregon, South Carolina and Tennessee. Wilson offered Trigg when he visited SFA on Tuesday.

Other news

Also receiving noteworthy offers recently were 2021 running back Corey Kiner and 2022 athlete Emeka Egbuka

Kiner was offered by Georgia on Monday.

Egbuka, meanwhile, was re-offered by the coaching staffs of Arizona and Arizona State. While those may not sound too impactful, keep in mind that Herm Edwards at ASU is certainly starting to build something out west, and he's already established himself (as have his assistants) as an outstanding recruiter and motivator.

Also, 2021 high-priority offensive guard Jager Burton, the nation's No. 6-ranked offensive guard and No. 1-ranked prospect in Kentucky, made an unofficial visit to Lexington on Tuesday.

Burton told Eleven Warriors that Ohio State and Kentucky will each get one of his five official visits. Burton is a player the Buckeyes want badly, as he's a perfect fit in their system and one who would take them closer to filling out the 2021 offensive line haul.

Five-star defensive end Tunmise Adeleye, one of Ohio State's highest priorities in the 2021 class, announced he is transferring to Florida's IMG Academy for his senior season.

Adeleye is the No. 3-ranked strongside defensive end in the country, and he is ranked as the 26th-best overall prospect in the class. He is also now ranked as the No. 5 prospect in Florida. 

He will join fellow high-end Ohio State 2021 targets Lovasea Carroll, JC Latham and Greg Crippen (a Notre Dame commit) at IMG.


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9 Practical Tips to Have the Perfect Winter Wedding   


Today's guest post is tips for having a great winter wedding. I honestly wish we would have had one, I just love everything about this time of year from the style of dresses to the colors. But alas, Emily was going to get married as soon as possible lol! 
2.4 million weddings take place in the U.S. each year. While many people think warm weddings are the best idea, there are many of us that are excited about having a winter wedding.
Winter weddings can be magical and beautiful but you need to make sure you're properly prepared to ensure your wedding goes off without a hitch. We have all the tips you need to make your winter wedding a success.
Continue reading this article for the best winter wedding tips.

1. Don't Confine Yourself to the Winter Wonderland Wedding Theme

When you're getting married in the winter, you might feel like the only theme you can do is a winter wonderland theme. While this could be a good theme for you, it isn't your only option.
There are a lot of themes you can do that can incorporate the winter season into your wedding. Search online for inspiration and use your imagination to fill in the blanks for your wedding theme.

2. Don't Forget Seasonality

If you have your heart set on certain foods or flowers, you do need to keep in mind there is some seasonality to certain things.
You can usually get anything that you want any time of the year, but if it isn't in season, you're going to pay a pretty penny for it. Look at what is available to you at the time of the wedding and save as much money as you can.

3. Dress However You Like

Do you have people telling you that you can only wear certain fabrics and colors during a certain part of the year?
You don't have to conform to the rules for your winter wedding. Many couples are throwing caution to the wind and dressing however they want to dress for their winter weddings.

4. Create a Detailed Photo Schedule

Just because you're having a winter wedding doesn't mean you have to stay indoors for photos.
Having photos taken outdoors in the winter can look close to magical. Make sure you have a detailed photo schedule with times set so that you know exactly when you're going to be indoors and outdoors.
Don't schedule too much time outdoors at once. Give yourself and your party plenty of time to warm up between outdoor photos.

5. Have a Coat Check

When you're having a winter wedding, your guests are likely going to be bundled up coming into your ceremony and reception. Having a coat check will make it easy for them to put their coats and belongings into a safe place for the ceremony and reception.
No one wants to carry their things around with them if they can help it.

6. Keep Indoor Temperatures in Mind

When you're planning your wedding, you shouldn't only think about outdoor temperatures. You're going to be inside for the ceremony, reception and don't forget about dancing.
When you're on the dance floor having fun, it can get pretty hot with all the bodies moving.
You can still have a revealing wedding dress in the winter. Make sure you have a wrap or a shaw that can keep you warm when you're going outdoors but don't make yourself burn up when you're having fun dancing.

7. Receive Guests Indoors

Don't make your guests wait outdoors in a long line in the cold. Make sure you receive your guests indoors when it is cold.
You never know when people aren't going to come prepared for the cold and you don't want anyone getting frostbite at your wedding.
If there is a hallway or a little room that they can come in before your ceremony, it doesn't have to be fancy but it should be warm.

8. Visit Your Venue at Night

While your wedding might start out in the day, it is likely that you're going to end up going into the evening.
When you're looking at the wedding venue options, you need to look at the venue in the evening to get an idea of whether the venue is warm and inviting at night or if it is putting off a creepy vibe.
Once you decide on a wedding venue, you should ask the photographer to come to the venue. The photographer needs to see the venue so they can help you plan your photos for memory-making magic.
Some venues put a lot of work into their nighttime lighting and the end of your wedding can be a very beautiful time. Check to see the path where you're going to be exiting your wedding to your transportation.

9. Negotiate a Good Deal on Your Venue

Since most weddings happen when it is warm, you may be able to get a good deal on the venue. Don't be afraid to negotiate and try to get a good deal from one of the venues.
Get pricing from all of the venues and then go back to each of the venues and see if they are willing to go lower for their price since they are really busy at this time of year.

Enjoy an Amazing Winter Wedding

Now you know how to plan your winter wedding, so it's beautiful and memorable for you and your loved one.
Do you want to learn more about weddings and how to plan one to perfection? Our site is full of wedding-related articles that can help you become a planning pro.
Browse our site, find your favorite bride-related content on our site, drop a bookmark and come back again soon for more great reads.


From Handsome Dan to Uga, has #College #Football destroyed bull#Dogs?    


LOW TO THE ground and panting, Bully XXI sways hip to hip down the Mississippi State sideline. After four years on the job, the English bulldog is used to 87,000-seat stadiums like Auburn's and might ...

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Daryl Hall & John Oates will team up with Squeeze for a major spring and summer tour with special guest KT Tunstall. Although the tour begins in earnest in May, with the trek playing through early-September, the trio of acts will play a major dry run on February 28th when the show premieres at New York's Madison Square Garden. Hall & Oates have a handful of standalone dates on the books before the primarily shed tour begins.

John Oates spoke about hitting the road with Squeeze, telling Rolling Stone, "Squeeze are unique, have great songs and don't sound like anybody else. I've been a fan of theirs from the very beginning and our audience is going to love them."

Daryl Hall went on to add: "They are great songwriters. Their songs are eclectic, yet they have soul. They're just a great addition to the show."

Squeeze's Glenn Tilbrook said in a statement, "I am so excited and jumping for joy with the prospect of this tour with Daryl Hall and John Oates. They are the bees knees! I had the pleasure of seeing an awesome show of theirs in Kentucky last year, and feel that we are a match made in heaven, to be consummated at every show!"

Hall & Oates as always promise they'll be playing the songs you know and love, with John Oates explaining, "I feel a professional responsibility to play the songs that people want to hear. They are the songs that have made us who we are. We have a lot of them. The only problem is we have too many of them, but that's a problem that many artists would love to have."

Daryl Hall remembered, "A few years back we had a big show where we didn't play 'Private Eyes' for some reason. People got pissed off. They got angry at us. You can't do that. You have to play these songs."

Daryl Hall explained to us that although a new album isn't in the pipeline for the pair, Hall & Oates exists today to celebrate their huge catalogue: "Hall & Oates is this body of work that people really care about. That's really what it's all about -- that's why we do it. We, creatively, are individuals at this point, but we have all these songs -- I call them my 'children' -- and people wanna hear 'em, so we play 'em -- (laughs) I mean, it's pretty much as simple as that. People pay us money to (laughs) go out and do that; they enjoy it, we enjoy it, and then we also do other things."

Although Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook had been hesitant in the past over using the Squeeze moniker without a majority of its classic members, Glenn Tilbrook told us that, basically anything the he and Chris Difford write and record together can only be labeled "Squeeze": "Rather foolishly, from my point of view, anyway, I was very into the idea that a band is a certain set of people, and then if that set would be blown around, it's not that band anymore. Now, I see it differently, although there are similarities, because, I think this version of Squeeze that we have now is a proper band. It's not me and Chris and anonymous people; it's people who have character and personality, and play, brilliantly -- very differently to the old Squeeze. But, I think that's. . . that's a blessing. You don't wanna go on doing what you've already done. You wanna break out somewhere else and do something that's interesting to everyone."

UPDATED: Hall & Oates / Squeeze tour dates (subject to change):

February 26 - Hershey, PA - Giant Center (Hall & Oates only)
February 28 - New York City - Madison Square Garden (Hall & Oates only)
March 21 - Indio, CA - Fantasy Springs Resort (Hall & Oates only)
March 27 - Honolulu, HI - Neal S. Blaisdell Center (Hall & Oates only)
March 29 - Kahului, HI - Maui Arts & Cultural Center (Hall & Oates only)
May 15, 16 - Mashantucket, CT - Foxwoods (Hall & Oates only)
May 16 - Mashantucket, CT - Foxwoods (Hall & Oates only)
May 23 - Philadelphia, PA - HoagieNation at the Mann at Fairmount Park (Hall & Oates and Squeeze only)
May 29 - Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Bowl
May 31 - Chula Vista, CA - North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
June 3 - Portland, OR - Theater of the Clouds at Moda Center
June 5 - Auburn, WA - White River Amphitheatre
June 7 - Wheatland, CA - Toyota Amphitheatre
June 10 - Mountain View, CA - Shoreline Amphitheatre
June 12 - Phoenix, AZ - Ak-Chin Pavilion
June 14 - Denver, CO - Pepsi Center
June 17 - Fort Worth, TX - Dickies Arena
June 19 - Austin, TX - Germania Insurance Amphitheater
June 21 - Houston, TX - The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
July 10 - Toronto, ON - Budweiser Stage
July 12 - Cincinnati, OH - Riverbend Music Center
July 14 - Cuyahoga Falls, OH - Blossom Music Center
July 16 - St. Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
July 18 - Chicago, IL - Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
July 20 - Detroit, MI - DTE Energy Music Theatre
July 22 - Noblesville, IN - Ruoff Music Center
July 24 - St. Louis, MO - Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
July 26 - Milwaukee, WI - American Family Insurance Amphitheater
July 28 - Pittsburgh, PA - S&T Bank Music Park
July 30 - Syracuse, NY - St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview
August 13 - Atlanta, GA - Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
August 15 - Tampa, FL - MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
August 18 - Charlotte, NC - PNC Music Pavilion
August 20 - Virginia Beach, VA - Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
August 22 - Columbia, MD - Merriweather Post Pavilion
August 25 - Wantagh, NY - Northwell Health at Jones Beach
August 27 - Holmdel, NJ - PNC Bank Arts Center
August 29 - Mansfield, MA - Xfinity Center
August 31 - Saratoga Springs, NY - Saratoga Performing Arts Center
September 2 - Gilford, NH - Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion



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PDM Analyst/Change Specialist   

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Gators look to sustain momentum at LSU   


Florida (12-5, 4-1 SEC) vs. LSU (13-4, 5-0), Pete Maravich Assembly Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Tuesday, 7 p.m. EST, SEC Network, 103.7-FM Coming off an imposing 22-point win over then-No. 4 Auburn – Florida’s first win over a top-five opponent since downing then-No. 2 Michigan State on Nov. 27, 2009 – the Gators will look […]

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UF’s Nembhard: ‘I was never not going to play today’   


The days leading up to Florida’s 69-47 win over No. 4 Auburn were anything but pleasurable for Andrew Nembhard.  Battling the flu in the immediate wake of UF’s win Tuesday over Ole Miss, it seemed the sophomore point guard would be unavailable – or limited – for Saturday’s showdown with the Tigers in the O’Connell […]

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Free NFL, NCAAB & NBA Service Plays For Wednesday 1/22/20 - by: Shazman   

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South Carolina vs. Auburn, 01/22/2020 19:00 EDT

Point Spread: -11/-107 Auburn


Chip's FREE NCAA Winner
South Carolina at Auburn 7:00 ET
Tigers (-) over Gamecocks- Auburn started 15-0 but has dropped their last two on the road to Alabama and Florida and has fallen out of the Top-10 (No. 4) and are now ranked No. 16. South Carolina has posted consecutive wins over Kentucky and Texas A&M and are 5-2 ATS in their last seven games. Auburn who is 3-7 ATS in their last 10 games overall but will rebound here. Take the TIGERS!

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LA Lakers vs. New York, 01/22/2020 19:30 EDT

Point Spread: +11½/-110 New York


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Detroit vs. Minnesota, 01/22/2020 20:00 EDT

Point Spread: -1½/-105 Minnesota


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Rutgers vs. Iowa, 01/22/2020 21:00 EDT

Point Spread: +5½/-111 Rutgers


You have seen a ton of BIG 10 teams cover at home and I mean a ton and I think the books are starting to pad and add value to taking the road team right now love all the points here as we get a very good Rutgers team that needs road resume wins sitting at 1-3 on the season on the road will not get it done. Iowa off huge home win this game will be close tonight take any and all points.

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Cook - The Montessori Preschool - Auburn Hills, MI   

Want to feed the tiniest of taste buds? KinderCare Education is the nation’s leader in early childhood education. KinderCare Education is hiring a cook!
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Fabricator/Welder - Shure Star LLC - Auburn Hills, MI   

Welding skills to include SMAW/MIG/wire feed - sheet and structural carbon steel. Industrial door manufacturer needs multi-functional person for a Fabricator…
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