Tennessee

21 Mar 19
The Reluctant Poet

Originally posted on Walt's Writings:
Sometimes I feel lost Like I am just Wandering through life Aimlessly Day after day Nothing ever changes I take my medications And try to stay awake Walk the dogs Clean Teaka’s run-in Try to do some writing Do laundry Walk the dogs Try to stay awake Worry about…

21 Mar 19
Noah's Blog

My vote for the champion this season for the March Madness tournament is the University of Kentucky’s Men’s Basketball team. Although this team lost a lot of its best players when they tried to go into the NBA and had a rough start for this season, they have made a huge comeback and are now […]

21 Mar 19

I’m having a hard time keeping up with all the travel and so many beautiful quilts to be seen! Let’s not talk about keeping the vendors in business… First up: Quiltcon Nashville. Here again is a picture of our awesome Jax MQG submission. We got some quilty love from HandiQuilter with this blog entry and […]

21 Mar 19
Bean's Takes On Sports, Media, and Society

It’s that time of year again everybody! March Madness is upon us, and hopefully I can get all my work done before the games on Thursday and Friday. I usually vary season-to-season in how much I follow college basketball through the duration of the season, but this year I was really into it. Once the […]

21 Mar 19
Northwest Passage Record

ANGOLA, IN (NWPR) – Effectively June 1, 2019, Catherine Benson becomes the Dean of the School for Trine University. She succeeds Toby Swick who will transition to chair.      “Cat’s familiarity with the school, dedication to its students and strong leadership skills make her an excellent choice as dean for the Ketner School of Business,” […]

21 Mar 19
NYDaily.news

(FRANKFORT, Ky.) — Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said in a radio interview that he deliberately exposed his children to chickenpox so they would catch the highly contagious disease and become immune. During a Tuesday interview on Bowling Green radio station WKCT, Bevin said his children were “miserable for a few days” after contracting chickenpox but…

21 Mar 19
Blue Chip Sports

We are back! It’s the NFL offseason which means, more importantly, it’s NFL mock draft season. I’ve always looked at the start of mock draft season as the Monday after free agency begins, because every year the player movement wildly alters the state of the draft. And sure enough the blockbuster deal that sent New […]

21 Mar 19
CBS Atlanta

With the NCAA Tournament rounds of 64 and 32 about to play out, CBS Local sports anchors pick the teams that will advance to the Sweet 16.

21 Mar 19
CBS Baltimore

With the NCAA Tournament rounds of 64 and 32 about to play out, CBS Local sports anchors pick the teams that will advance to the Sweet 16.

21 Mar 19
CBS Boston

With the NCAA Tournament rounds of 64 and 32 about to play out, CBS Local sports anchors pick the teams that will advance to the Sweet 16.

21 Mar 19
CBS Chicago

With the NCAA Tournament rounds of 64 and 32 about to play out, CBS Local sports anchors pick the teams that will advance to the Sweet 16.

21 Mar 19
CBS Detroit

With the NCAA Tournament rounds of 64 and 32 about to play out, CBS Local sports anchors pick the teams that will advance to the Sweet 16.

21 Mar 19
CBS Cleveland

With the NCAA Tournament rounds of 64 and 32 about to play out, CBS Local sports anchors pick the teams that will advance to the Sweet 16.

21 Mar 19
Montgomery Blair Sports-Stat

    To determine what variables we would use in our model, we first ran linear regression to determine what variables were best at explaining the 2018 NCAA tournament. The most predictive variables were Seed, AP Poll score, Offensive Efficiency, Defensive Efficiency, KenPom ratings, and Wins Against Tournament teams. We chose Offensive and Defensive Efficiencies, KenPom […]