Fairmont Junior High guard Dylan Marbury prepares to drive to the bucket in the opening seconds of the fourth period, sparking a 6-0 run that iced the victory over Cedar Bayou Friday night. Fairmont Junior High guard Dylan Marbury prepares to drive to the bucket in the opening seconds of the fourth period, sparking a 6-0 run that iced the victory over Cedar Bayou Friday night. Photo: Robert Avery Photo: Robert Avery Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 Fairmont Junior High guard Dylan Marbury prepares to drive to the bucket in the opening seconds of the fourth period, sparking a 6-0 run that iced the victory over Cedar Bayou Friday night. Fairmont Junior High guard Dylan Marbury prepares to drive to the bucket in the opening seconds of the fourth period, sparking a 6-0 run that iced the … [Read more...] about Fairmont 8A Vikings defeat Cedar Bayou in 15th annual San Jac Invitational
Clemson just keeps on winning — on the football field, and in recruiting. Less than a month after the Tigers won their second national championship in three years, they polished off the best class in the Atlantic Coast Conference on Wednesday, the first day of the traditional signing period. “To me it’s the turning of the page, and putting our eyes on this next team,” coach Dabo Swinney said. The Tigers’ class grew to 29 players with the addition of two players — including instate three-star running back Michel Dukes — but they missed out on five-star running back Jerrion Ealy, who donned a Mississippi cap during his nationally televised signing ceremony and picked his home state school. Even without him, they did plenty to remain ranked first in the ACC and in the top 10 nationally by 247sports.com and Rivals.com. Signing day came 30 days after Clemson completed its perfect season by routing Alabama 44-16 in the title game behind the gem of … [Read more...] about After CFP championship, Clemson keeps winning on signing day
Two games offer by far the most intrigue in Week 2: No. 12 Texas A&M at No. 1 Clemson on Saturday afternoon and No. 6 LSU at No. 9 Texas at night. The Aggies want payback after falling just short against Clemson at home last year, losing 28-26 after Kellen Mond’s sensational day was spoiled by an intercepted two-point conversion in the final minute. The Tigers went on to win the national championship, and the Aggies have been stewing since. Mond, who threw for 430 yards in last year’s game, got off to a strong start this season against Texas State. Clemson is looking for Trevor Lawrence to be sharper than he was against Georgia Tech last week. The LSU-Texas matchup is their first since the 2003 Cotton Bowl — Mack Brown’s Longhorns beat Nick Saban’s Tigers — and only the second since 1963. Boise State, which entered the rankings at No. 24 following its big win at Florida State, gets the weekend started with a home game against Marshall on Friday … [Read more...] about Week 2 preview: Texas A&M-Clemson, LSU-Texas top the slate
Kedarnath’s trailers have teased a film that combines sweeping Bollywood romance and grand visual effects. Starring Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan as lovers caught between social and environmental obstacles, the film will be released on December 7.Directed by Abhishek Kapoor, the film has had a difficult production, with a legal spat erupting between production companies and also between Kapoor and his actor Sara Ali Khan. The issue was eventually resolved and Sara, the daughter of Saif Ali Khan, is making her film debut with Kedarnath, which is said to be set against the backdrop of the 2013 Uttarakhand floods.We’ve seen several films that dramatise the mass mayhem and loss of life that takes place during a natural disaster in the past. Can Kedarnath match up to these five films, all set against a backdrop of aquatic natural disasters?PoseidonThis remake of the 1970’s classic starred an ensemble cast that included Kurt … [Read more...] about Can Sushant Singh Rajput, Sara Ali Khan’s Kedarnath match up to these 5 water-bound disaster movies?
Let me preface this report by saying that I did not witness Emile Hirsch allegedly choke a woman. As you’ve probably heard, the diminutive 29-year-old star of films like Into the Wild and Lone Survivor was charged on Thursday with one count of felony aggravated assault and misdemeanor intoxication after reportedly putting a female studio executive in a chokehold and dragging her across a nightclub table. The alleged victim is Daniele Bernfeld, an executive for Paramount subsidiary Insurge Pictures, and the episode occurred during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. According to court documents, on January 25 at the pop-up nightclub Tao, a drunk-looking Hirsch approached Bernfeld and asked why she looked “so tough,” before calling her a “rich kid who should not be at Sundance.” Investigators claim Hirsch then grabbed Bernfeld, but she shoved him off. He then left momentarily and, according to authorities, returned to put Bernfeld in a chokehold, … [Read more...] about I Saw Emile Hirsch That Night. He Was Shitfaced.
Slapsgiving #3: Slappointment in Slapmarra ÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂ In an attempt to deliver a devastating final slap to Barney, Marshall explains how he mastered the Slap of A Million Exploding Suns. Pictured: Alyson Hannigan as Lily, Jason Segel as Marshall, Neil Patrick Harris as Barney, Cobie Smulders as Robin, Josh Radnor as Ted, . Photo: Ron P. Jaffe/Fox ÃÂÃÂ© 2013 Fox Television. All rights reserved (ÃÂ© 2013 Fox Television. All rights reserved) SPOILER ALERT “How I Met Your Mother” finale, which aired on CBS on Monday night, left some fans feeling outraged and “let down” by the ending of the once-hilarious show about a group of friends who spend way too much time in their neighborhood pub. Fans of the nine-season-long series took to Twitter to express their thoughts on the episode that was packed with plot twists and sad moments. … [Read more...] about ‘How I Met Your Mother’ fans express outrage, some mixed emotions over show’s finale