สมัครฮอลิเดย์ Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald calls Nebraska a ‘pretty boring state’

July 31st, 2014 Comments off

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สมัครฮอลิเดย์ SEC coaches aren’t the only ones who can do a bit of talking during the offseason.

After participating in a golf tournament with several other coaches and supporters in suburban Chicago Monday, Northwestern head coach Pat Fitzgerald urged the fans in attendance to fill Ryan Field on a weekly basis for the upcoming season.

Link GClub Fitzgerald also alluded to one game in particular – the homecoming showdown with Nebraska on Oct. 18. The Nebraska fan base travels well and Fitzgerald threw a little dig at the Cornhusker State while doing his part to stir up some anticipation for the game.

“It’s a pretty boring state, so they’re really excited to see Chicago,” Fitzgerald said, per the Chicago Tribune. “I talked to the state senator about putting state troopers out on I-80 (to block them.)”

สมัครสมาชิก Royal1688 Christian and Samantha Ponder named their daughter after Bobby Bowden

July 30th, 2014 Comments off

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สมัครสมาชิก Royal1688 One of football’s favorite couples, ESPN college football sideline reporter Samantha Ponder and Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder, recently had their first child. The pregnancy was kept under wraps until the news of the Ponder’s new daughter emerged on social media in the past few days.

With Vikings training camp getting started this week, ESPN Vikings reporter Ben Goessling confirmed with Ponder, a Florida State alum, that his wife gave birth to a baby girl named Bowden.

สมัครสมาชิก Holiday Yes, the child is named after legendary Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden, Ponder’s coach from 2006-2009 in Tallahassee.

Per Goessling:

“Ponder and his wife, ESPN college football reporter Samantha Ponder, welcomed their first child earlier this month. They named their little girl Bowden Sainte-Claire Ponder — the middle name is the same as Samantha’s, while the first, of course, pays homage to retired Florida State coach Bobby Bowden.”

I’m sure that tribute will bring a smile to the face of any FSU fan.