College QB Had Arguably The Worst Bowl Performance Of All-Time

first_imgGary Patterson leading his TCU football team onto the field.FORT WORTH, TX – DECEMBER 06: Head coach Gary Patterson of the TCU Horned Frogs leads his team onto the field before the Big 12 college football game against the Iowa State Cyclones at Amon G. Carter Stadium on December 6, 2014 in Fort Worth, Texas. The Horned Frongs defeated the Cyclones 55-3. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)A college football quarterback had arguably the worst bowl game performance of all-time on Wednesday evening.Last night’s Cal-TCU Cheez-It Bowl was one of the ugliest postseason contests in recent memory and the quarterback play was just dreadful.TCU ended up beating Cal, 10-7, in overtime.The Horned Frogs’ quarterback, Grayson Muehlstein, finished with a stat line of:7 for 20 passing27 yards4 interceptions1.7 QBRTCU ended up playing another quarterback who didn’t have full use of one of his feet.TCU is now playing a QB who doesn’t have full use of one of his FEET ?? pic.twitter.com/kiXXgYKSps— Jack McGuire (@JackMacCFB) December 27, 2018It was a wild contest, that’s for sure.TCU finishes the year 7-6 with the win, while Cal dropped to 7-6.last_img read more

Marking Palestinian solidarity day Annan calls for renewed action toward peace

“Performance of Road Map obligations is the way to move forward towards the shared goal of a sovereign, contiguous and democratic Palestinian State, living side by side in peace and security with Israel,” Mr. Annan said of the plan, which is sponsored by the Quartet consisting of the UN, European Union, United States and Russia.Otherwise a solution to the decades-long conflict remains elusive, after the hopes raised by Israel’s disengagement from Gaza were tamped down by violence, he told the meeting of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, at which many other delegates spoke.Mr. Annan said that renewed action on the Road Map could take advantage of the new opportunity that has emerged due to the agreement to open the Rafah crossing and facilitate other freedom of movement, which could bring about tangible benefits to Palestinians who have suffered due to the events of recent years.”I strongly urge the Palestinian and Israeli leaderships to work with each other, with Quartet Special Envoy James Wolfensohn, and with the Quartet to ensure that the agreement is implemented in full and on time,” he said. The coming elections would have an important bearing on the peace process, he said, but should not distract from the essential work of building mutual trust.”Palestinians need to be assured that the future viability of a Palestinian State will not be eroded by settlement expansion and barrier construction. Israelis need to be assured that their security will not be compromised by failure to act decisively against terror,” he said.Jan Eliasson, President of the General Assembly, also urged the parties to build on the achievements of the past several months by making progress along the Road Map.”It is crucial that Palestinians and Israelis no co-operate to the fullest extent possible. Actions which could aggravate the situation and increase suspicions and mistrust must not be undertaken,” he said, stressing that the international community should focus its assistance on capacity-building programmes as part of a development strategy for a future Palestinian state.In addition to this morning’s programme, a dance performance, a film screening and other activities are scheduled to mark the Day of Solidarity at UN Headquarters. read more

Thomson Reuters reports secondquarter profit up from year ago revenue down

Thomson Reuters reports second-quarter profit up from year ago, revenue down TORONTO – Thomson Reuters (TSX:TRI) reported an increase in its second-quarter profit compared with a year ago, while a stronger U.S. dollar hurt its revenue.The financial data and information company, which keeps its books in U.S. dollars, says it earned a profit attributable to shareholders of US$262 million or 33 cents per diluted share, up from $249 million or 31 cents per diluted share a year ago.Adjusted earnings per share amounted to 52 cents, up from 51 cents per share in the same quarter last year.Meanwhile, revenue slipped four per cent to $3.04 billion compared with $3.16 billion.The company estimated that the impact of foreign currency reduced revenue by six per cent.“Our results are in line with our full-year expectations, and on a pre-currency basis, each of our four operating units reported growth for the first time in more than three years,” chief executive James Smith said in a statement.“We are entering the second half of 2015 from a position of strength and will continue to prioritize resources behind our highest growth opportunities.” by The Canadian Press Posted Jul 29, 2015 5:32 am MDT Last Updated Jul 29, 2015 at 6:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more