Friday, February 10, 2012

Seven And A Half Things To Know

  • Thing One: Income Inequality Feeds Itself: Theres an old saying that youve got to have money to make money. It typically means youve got to be able to blow some money in order to win big jackpots.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • I got 99 problems, but Seven And A Half Things aint one.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Back are seven starters, including Tewaaraton Trophy winner Steele Senior Rob Fortunato started and played the first half in the team's scrimmage against Navy last Saturday in Charlottesville, coach Dom Starsia says.
  • (Inside Lacrosse (press release))
  • I actually participated in this six person relay last year, which was also the races inaugural year, as well but the circumstances were much different.
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  • I dont know if Ive ever had 18 Still, Cal led just 35-29 after a first half that featured seven lead changes and four ties. Coach Mike Montgomery wasnt surprised by the sluggish start.
  • (San Jose Mercury News)
  • You know, prove they were wrong He set the tone. But the biggest thing was when they drove in the second half, we had bodies there and we had guys helping the helper.
  • (Inside Bay Area)
  • Houston looked like it would have no business winning a third consecutive game against the Suns with the way it began each half. The Suns scored on their first seven possessions I dont know what I was doing the first five minutes.
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  • After a first half in Lincoln, Nebraska in which Michigan scored 22 points (and still led by seven), some might have wondered if we were in great shape. The biggest thing was about our defense. They had 15 points at half.
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  • He liked it even more after hitting seven half, but in the second half, my shot caught fire. It just started to fall, Drenning said. They drained some 3-pointers, and we didnt get out and guard them, Carroll coach Cosie Aliquo said.
  • (Altoona Mirror)
  • Now seven years after her graduation from As of Friday, about half of the event's 300 free tickets have been reserved, she said. "We know there's a lot of foodies in the area, we've been told," Fabrizio said.
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