” It would be bad enough to lose a Shimano Terez rod and a Stella 10000 plus a GoPro Hero3 on, say, a bluefin tuna, but check out what gets away with the goods here. “
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” It would be bad enough to lose a Shimano Terez rod and a Stella 10000 plus a GoPro Hero3 on, say, a bluefin tuna, but check out what gets away with the goods here. “
See the other videos at Sport Fishing Magazine
” WSFA is report that the Auburn Police Department has made an arrest in connection to the shooting death of a freshman Auburn football player.
Auburn Police say that Markale Hart, 22 of Camp Hill, AL, has been arrested and charged in connection to the shooting death of Jakell Lenard Mitchell, 18 of Opelika.
Mitchell was rushed to East Alabama Medical Center with apparent multiple gunshot wounds and died shortly after arrival at the emergency room from his injuries. Mitchell’s body has been taken to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences medical examiner’s office in Montgomery for a postmortem examination.
According to the Lee County Coroner’s office, Auburn Police and EAMC EMS received the 911 call early Sunday morning at about 12:28 a.m. to a possible gunshot victim. The incident occurred at a residence in the 200 block of West Longleaf Drive in Auburn. This is the same apartment complex where Desmonte Leonard shot and killed three men in 2012, among them, two former AU football players.”
” Auburn freshman football player Jakell Mitchell was shot and killed at an apartment complex near the Auburn University campus early Sunday morning.
Auburn Police responded to a call of shots fired at the Tiger Lodge apartment complex at 12:28 a.m. Sunday, where Mitchell, 18, was found with multiple gunshot wounds. He was rushed to East Alabama Medical Center and died after his arrival, according to the Lee County Coroner’s Office.
Auburn Police Capt. Will Matthews told the Associated Press the investigation is ongoing and no suspects are in custody.
Sunday’s shooting occurred at the same apartment complex Desmonte Leonard shot and killed three man, including former Auburn players Ed Christian and Ladarious Phillips, in the summer of 2012. Leonard was convicted of capital murder, attempted murder and assault in October and will be sentenced in January.”
” It’s a stunning video that is sure to spark debate.
A fight breaks out at a girls varsity basketball game between Arvada and Alameda High Schools.
As adults run onto the court to break it up, the Arvada High School coach grabs one of his players by her hair and throws her several feet to the ground.
The video shows one shocked fan in the stands pointing at what the coach had just done and raising his hands in disbelief.
The girl was kicked off the team and suspended from school. The coach, who also teaches at Arvada High School, was not punished.
When the fight erupted, Areeon Frilot, a sophomore player, was sitting on the Arvada High bench.
” My intentions were to go and break up the fight and grab my girl off of their girl,” the teen said.
” I got to about the three point line and that’s when I felt someone grab my hair from the back and throw me,” Areeon said. “My first reaction was that I just got thrown by another girl from the team.”
As the video shows, it was no girl. It was her head coach, Roger Griffin, who grabbed her by the hair and tossed the girl down.
” I was just shocked, like I can’t believe that the one person I trusted out of everybody in school was the one to do that to me,” the teen said. “
Coach Griffin should be the one
suspended arrested and charged with assault . This is a shameful display of a lack of self-control on the part of an adult expected to inspire our children . This man has serious anger management issues .
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” Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was taken to a hospital after the truck he was traveling in crashed in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Tuesday, police said.
He was transferred to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, said Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department spokesman Rob Tufano. Newton’s truck and a sedan were involved in the wreck.
” It would appear the car rolled over. The accident is being investigated,” he said.
There was no word on what caused the wreck in uptown Charlotte, but witnesses told CNN affiliate WSOC they saw Newton’s vehicle flip four times.
WSOC published an image of a dark-colored truck lying on its side in the roadway.
The extent of Newton’s injuries was not immediately clear. The Charlotte Observer tweeted an image of Newton lying on his side smiling.”
” A shipwrecked crew have been rescued from shark-inhabited waters during the round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race.
The nine-man Team Vestas Wind crew were stranded after crashing on a remote coral reef, before being picked up by a Coast Guard boat and taken to Mauritius.
Shore crew chief Neil Cox, said: “We’ve had nine guys sitting on a sand pit in the middle of the Indian Ocean.”
” ” The Coast Guard was asking me to warn the guys that the reef is riddled full of sharks and barracuda.”
The seven-strong fleet was making its way from Cape Town to Abu Dhabi – the second stage of the nine-leg race. The leading teams are due to complete the 5,185 nautical mile route and arrive in the United Arab Emirates capital around 13 December. “
” Federal drug enforcement agents made unannounced visits to at least three NFL teams Sunday as part of an investigation into claims by former players that teams have mishandled prescription drugs.
The Drug Enforcement Administration confirmed to Fox News that agents inspected the San Francisco 49ers training staff following the team’s game against the New York Giants Sunday at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. A federal law enforcement agent described the inspection as an “administrative function” and added that no arrests were made.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers public relations staff confirmed on Twitter that they were met by DEA agents at Baltimore-Washington International Airport following their 27-7 victory over the Washington Redskins Sunday.
” Authorities checked in w/our travel party [at] BWI [and] after a 5 min. delay, we proceeded onto out plane w/o incident,” the message read.
The Seattle Seahawks, who played at Kansas City, confirmed via the team’s Twitter account that they were spot-checked as well. “
” The No. 1-ranked West Virginia University rifle team defeated Great American Rifle Conference (GARC) foe No. 16 Ole Miss, 4699-4568, today, at the Tronsrue Marksmanship Center, in West Point, N.Y.WVU (5-0, 3-0 GARC) won both disciplines, outshooting the Rebels (0-3, 0-2 GARC) in smallbore, 2328-2238, and air rifle, 2371-2330.“ There were definitely some who struggled today,” said coach Jon Hammond. “We ended with a solid team score. The range conditions with different lighting made it challenging, but they all fought hard throughout.”Freshman Elizabeth Gratz placed first in smallbore with a career-high 584 (194 kneeling, 200 prone, 190 standing) mark. Her 200 prone score matched a school record, last shot by Jean-Pierre Lucas on Nov. 8 against Memphis.“ Elizabeth has worked really hard in practice and is learning a lot about herself and how to perform,” Hammond explained. “Her matches have been great, and to make progress each one is really impressive.”Senior Thomas Kyanko placed second with 583, while junior Michael Bamsey placed third in the discipline with 581. Senior Ziva Dvorsak followed in fourth shooting 580.Gratz, Kyanko, Bamsey, Dvorsak and junior Garrett Spurgeon (576) completed the Mountaineer counting squad.Placing first in air rifle, Dvorsak scored 596 (99-100-99-100-99-99). Gratz and Rebel shooter Ali Weisz tied for second with 593 scores, while senior Maren Prediger placed fourth with 592.Kyanko and sophomore Jean-Pierre Lucas finished fifth with 590 scores.Dvorsak, Gratz, Kyanko, Prediger and Bamsey (589) contributed to the air rifle victory.Today’s victory pushes WVU to 10-3 all-time against the Rebels.The Mountaineers continue their season with another conference match against GARC foe No. 12 Army, tomorrow, Nov. 16, at the Tronsrue Marksmanship Center.“ They will have to work hard and focus on their performance tomorrow,” Hammond said. “There are adjustments they can make and they may be more ready, but it will still require good focus and hard work.” “
” At an event to help injured veterans surf at Cardiff State Beach Tuesday, a state park ranger told the organizers they needed a permit to be on the beach.
The Veterans Day event was sponsored by Operation Amped, an organization that teaches disabled veterans to surf.
Joel Tudor, a volunteer, said surfing provides therapy for the injured veterans.
“ Surfing has been a really neat form for these people to have a sense of relaxation, to remove the traumatic stress,” Tudor said.
Tudor uploaded a picture to Instagram that upset many people on social media. In the photo, a park ranger holding a prosthetic leg on the sand is shown hassling volunteers on the beach.”
The caption to this Instagram photo from joeljitsu reads:
” 3 days ago
In all my years of being a surfer and being hassled by the state parks, I’ve never seen such a asshole as this officer here! Today on Veterans Day of all days— this piece of shit had the audacity to tell the wounded warriors ( a non-profit for wounded veterans who want to surf as a form of medication to their souls!) that they would need a permit to be at Cardiff due to a public post on Facebook— the post was made so that people could volunteer time and take a vet for a slide! Mind you that every vet there today had already payed the 15$ parking fee— at one point as the wanna be cop was hassling the organizer…. A woman with no leg crawled through the dirt behind this guy to the waves…. Talk about zero sympathy or respect for his country and it’s vets! Please repost this pic in hopes of this getting to this jerks boss! What a douche!@surfer_magazine @stabsurf @surfline @slidemag@surfingmagazine @thrashermag @whatyouth “
” The 25 volunteers and the veterans were told to pack up their American flags and leave the beach, Tudor said. “
” Two high wire artists, German student Lukas Irmler and Austrian journalist Reinhard Kleindl, crossed Victoria Falls on a slack line after two years of training.
Slack lining is different from tightrope walking as a slack line isn’t as rigid and has more bounce. People who practice this are called slackers but, contrary to the title, they are anything but as they must maintain a greater focus and balance than those who walk on tightropes.
They did the walk with safety lines for support, but did not slip as they crossed the 108-foot long gap.
” It’s like waves, they try to drag you, so it’s really difficult for the optics and obviously everything is very heavy because it’s soaked with water,” said Kleindl.
They are the first people to cross the gorge walking upright.”
Published on Nov 9, 2014
On November 7th of 2014, on the famous Circuit Paul Ricard located at Le Castellet in South of France, François Gissy has reached an incredible speed of 333 km/h on the rocket-propelled bicycle designed by his friend Arnold Neracher. More than 300 km/h on a skinny and completely stripped bicycle, this is amazing, and crazy! Who thought that one day a daredevil on a bicycle, with a rocket under the saddle, could travel the quarter mile in less than 7 seconds?
Data of the fastest run set on 7 November 2014:
Peak speed: 333 km/h (207 mph) attained after around 250 meters
Design: Arnold Neracher
Rider: François Gissy
Exotic Thermo Engineering would like to thank:
The staff of the Circuit Paul Ricard
Daily Planet – Discovery Channel / Exploration Production Inc.
France Télévisions – France 3 Côte d’Azur / Var
Scai-tech Aero Mr.Alain Ferri
And all people, friends and family members who have helped us. “
” It was a locker room that Ricardo Louis didn’t want to see, not after Auburn kept coming back, not after the Tigers fell just short in a 41-38 loss to Texas A&M.” Some people with their heads down, some people encouraging others. But at the end of the day, we’ll just come together as a team as we always do,” Louis said Saturday night.Auburn fumbled twice late in the game in Jordan-Hare Stadium, losing both, and losing a chance at victory. Auburn fell to 7-2 overall and 4-2 in the SEC.” It’s a tough pill to swallow,” Louis said. “We have a whole bunch of winners on this team, and losing is always a bad feeling.”” We’re a championship team,” said receiver Quan Bray. “We still believe in that.” “
Quick Stats AU A&M Total Plays 80 64 1st Downs 31 22 3rd down efficiency 7-11 4-10 4th down efficiency 0-0 0-0 Total Yards 582 453 Passing Yards 219 277 Comp-Att 15-21 19-29 Yards per pass 10.4 9.6 Rushing Yards 363 176 Rushing attempts 59 35 Yards per rush 6.2 5.0 Penalties-Yards 8-65 5-47 Turnovers 3 1 Fumbles lost 3 0 Interceptions thrown 0 1 Time of Possession 32:40 27:20” Auburn, which had mastered the late comeback win the last two years, saw the tables turned with the late miscues. Louis was seemingly involved in another comeback when quarterback Nick Marshall connected with him for a long pass, but, a short time later, Auburn fumbled on the 3 with 2½ minutes left. Auburn turned it over again at the 29 with less than a minute to play on a bad snap.” We were going to win the game,” Bray said.Only last week, Auburn beat Ole Miss in a similar fashion when the Tigers made the play that forced Laquon Treadwell to fumble just before he crossed the goal line with just over a minute to play. Auburn won that won 35-31. Not this time, even though Auburn’s defense allowed only six points in the second half.”
On the first green-white-checkered attempt, the No. 2 of Keselowski got into the side of Gordon’s No. 24, cutting Gordon’s tire and sending him spinning.
Harvick and Keselowski battled hard on the ensuing final restart — finishing second and third, respectively — but the emotions boiled over onto pit road.
Gordon approached the No. 2 after a cool-down lap, talking to Keselowski at first before Harvick came up from behind and pushed the 2012 Sprint Cup Series champion. A brawl then broke out between drivers and crews, leaving both Keselowski and Gordon with bloody faces. “
Published on Oct 31, 2014
” The team gets quite the Halloween scare from Baby T. Be there to see Walking With Dinosaurs live when they come to U.S. Airways Center November 19-23. Visit dinosaurlive.com for more details! “
” In the end, the Tigers’ 13 penalties didn’t cost them as dearly as first feared. Kris Frost forced a fumble near the goal line and Cassanova McKinzy recovered it in the end zone in the final minutes to help secure a 35-31 victory at Ole Miss on Saturday.
Still, the penalties bothered the Tigers during and after the game.”
Quick Stats AU Miss Total Plays 68 72 1st Downs 23 25 3rd down efficiency 6-13 5-13 4th down efficiency 0-0 1-2 Total Yards 507 492 Passing Yards 254 341 Comp-Att 15-22 30-42 Yards per pass 5.5 8.1 Rushing Yards 253 151 Rushing attempts 46 30 Yards per rush 5.5 5.0 Penalties-Yards 13-145 6-48 Turnovers 1 2 Fumbles lost 0 2 Interceptions thrown 1 0 Time of Possession 32:11 27:33
” ” Pretty uncharacteristic of us,” Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said. “We’ve got to do better in the future, but we’ll correct that, and we’ll address that. Our guys overcame it and they found a way to win.”
The game-deciding drive was set up by some great plays by Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace and a pair of bad penalties by the Tigers: a personal foul on the punt return and defensive hold on cornerback Jonathon Mincy gave the Rebels 25 free yards.
Auburn’s 13 penalties were the most since a 30-23 loss at Florida in overtime in 2002. “
” You’ve probably heard some of these outdoor myths growing up. Here is the scoop on why they are false and how they may have come about.
A lot of these myths passed around the campfire are often received with some doubt. But when these myths are touted as wisdom with numerous sayings dedicated to the false information, they can easily be believable.
Check out the truth behind these outdoor myths you may have heard as a kid.”
Here is one example that we are all familiar with …
” 9. Birds blow up from rice
You may have been told not to feed rice to birds as the uncooked rice would swell and pop the bird’s insides. While this is not only false, some species of birds rely on rice to help fatten up during migration periods. The myth was purported by a newspaper column in 1996 and has stuck around since. “
And then there is the ever-present threat from Mom about eating and swimming … LOL
” 2. Swimming, eating, cramping, and drowning
Summertime as a kid meant going to the pool with a big lunch only to eat and be told you had to wait an hour before going in the water. Why? Because supposedly you would get cramps and drown. Luckily, this is not the case at all. It is hard to pin an origin for this myth, but some believe it came about because it was thought eating caused blood to flow to the stomach to aid digestion, so the limbs wouldn’t have enough blood to operate properly. “
Find out the truth about the other eight at Wide Open Spaces
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Surfers in order of appearance:
Opening shot: Mark Matthews
Creed McTaggert x 2
Random surfer underwater
Taj Burrow x 2
John-John Florence (again)
Jay Davies. “
” Auburn kept its SEC championship hopes alive, but it wasn’t easy Saturday night against South Carolina.
Steve Spurrier was in a gambling mood in Jordan-Hare Stadium, and for the most part his play calls worked. Luckily for Auburn, its defense stood tall in the fourth quarter and the Tigers held on for a 42-35 victory.
It was an entertaining game, even if Auburn fans are probably checking their heart rates this morning.
As you wait for the new rankings to be released this afternoon, check out what they’re saying across the country about Auburn after its 42-35 victory:
- Where’s Auburn going to be in the polls? A top 4 ranking is the prediction from CBSSports.com
- Jerry Palm has Auburn in the Capital One Bowl (CBSSports.com)
- Gamecocks fall just short in slugfest that was ‘almost a fun one’ for Spurrier (The State)
- Pharoh Cooper shows off triple threat (The State)
- USC defense bad, and getting worse (The State)
- Thumbs up, thumbs down from USC-Auburn (The State)
- Two-thirds of a South Carolina team not enough at Auburn, or beyond (Post and Courier)
- Thompson turns receiver on trick play (Post and Courier)
The game by the numbers from the Tiger’s website :
Quick Stats AU SC Total Plays 62 86 1st Downs 25 30 3rd down efficiency 6-8 6-14 4th down efficiency 0-0 5-6 Total Yards 551 535 Passing Yards 156 416 Comp-Att 13-15 30-53 Yards per pass 10.4 3.6 Rushing Yards 395 119 Rushing attempts 47 33 Yards per rush 8.4 3.6 Penalties-Yards 4-53 4-20 Turnovers 1 3 Fumbles lost 1 0 Interceptions thrown 0 3 Time of Possession 26:29 33:31
” It was a wild, wild game, and Auburn’s Nick Marshall, Cameron Artis-Payne and Ricardo Louis needed every yard, every foot, of their monster offensive performances Saturday night to beat South Carolina 42-35 in Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Artis-Payne, the tailback, and Louis, a receiver, each rushed for more than 100 yards and Marshall accounted for four touchdowns and more than 200 total yards as the Tigers smashed their way to 551 yards of offense in a see-saw game that ended with Auburn on top.
Auburn didn’t take the lead until the third quarter, then didn’t take the lead for good until the fourth. South Carolina threw in the end zone on the game’s final play. The pass was intercepted.
When the yards were tallied, a whopping total of 1,086 of them with 55 first downs, Auburn improved to 6-1 overall and 3-1 in the Southeastern Conference. South Carolina fell to 4-4 overall and 2-4 in the league.
The No. 5 Tigers will likely move up in the national rankings as well after LSU beat No. 3 Ole Miss 10-7. Auburn will play the Rebels in Oxford next Saturday.
This Saturday, there were tricks plays and determined efforts. The Gamecocks converted their first five fourth-down tries, but missed on one critical one on a throw in the end zone in the fourth quarter. Carolina had the ball as the game ended, or until Jonathan Jones intercepted the final last throw.
” They went for everything and they got just about everything. They executed when they had to,” said Auburn’s Gus Malzahn.
Auburn took its first lead at 28-21 in the third, on a 5-yard Marshall touchdown run. South Carolina tied it right back up less than two minutes later when Dylan Thompson hit a streaking Pharoh Cooper on a 51-yard scoring play.
The Tigers were unfazed. Louis raced 75 yards for a touchdown a few seconds later. By then, Auburn had 440 yards, of which a whopping 340 came on the ground, with 7:29 left in the third quarter.
Auburn led 35-28. Until South Carolina tied it again on a Dylan Thompson-to-Nick Jones touchdown pass with 2:20 left in the third quarter.
Artis-Payne rushed for 167 yards on 25 carries and Louis had 102 yards on three carries. Marshall was 12-of-14 passing for 139 yards, and rushed for 89 yards and three touchdowns.
It was an offensive night, for sure. The two teams combined for 894 yards through the first three quarters.
South Carolina was on the doorstep of another score until Jonathan Jones intercepted Thompson in the end zone with 13:17 remaining. Two minutes later, Marshall was scoring on a 9-yard run for a 42-35 Auburn lead.
It was a wild first half, with South Carolina going for it, and making it, on fourth down on a touchdown drive; with a blocking tight end catching his first pass in a year for an Auburn touchdown; and with third-string quarterback Jonathan Wallace catching a toss from Marshall then throwing back to Marshall with his first pass since last season for a 17-yard gain.
Oh, yeah. There were those equally-divided 42 first-half points with Auburn averaging 8.1 yards a snap and South Carolina averaging 7.6.
South Carolina led 7-0, 14-7 and 21-14. Each time, Auburn had an answer, mixing in the pass with a strong running game to match the Gamecocks every step of the way.
South Carolina was first up, scoring on its first drive when Dylan Thompson threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to Shaq Rolland. Auburn tied it when Marshall hit Brandon Fulse with a 3-yard TD pass, his first catch since last year late in the first quarter.
Carolina went back up when Thompson hit Cooper with a 16-yard TD pass. Auburn countered with a 2-yard touchdown run by Cameron Artis-Payne. The Tigers then held Carolina, but Quan Bray fumbled after a nice punt return to set up the Gamecocks for a 27-yard touchdown pass from Thompson to Mike Davis.
That made it South Carolina 21-14 with 5:05 left in the second quarter. Auburn came back with the Marshall-to-Wallace-to-Marshall trickery, then Marshall raced 37 yards up the middle for a touchdown to tie the game 21-21 with 2:35 left in the half.
The teams got there in different ways. Auburn had 277 yards, 203 of which game running. South Carolina had 267 yards, 211 via the pass. “
War Eagle !
” Her name is Shyanne Roberts, and she’s a gunslinging 10-year-old from Franklinville, New Jersey, who’s just won a spot to compete as an adult in a big shooting competition.
Shyanne will be competing against 200 women at the Lady 3 Gun Pro Am Challenge in Georgia at the end of the month. She’ll be handling a rifle, shot gun and hand gun in the competition.
She told CNN she wants to use her skills to inspire other kids.
I want to be an inspiration to other kids and be a leader. Kids and guns don’t always mean bad things happen.
As you’ve probably figured out, Shyanne can skillfully handle all types of guns, including an AR 15 she built herself. “
” Queensland schoolgirls are picking up guns in record numbers.
Recreation and competition shooting associations are reporting a surge in junior members, particularly girls, a trend that is firing up Gun Control Australia which is pushing for a ban on under-18s handling firearms.
The Sporting Shooters’ Association of Australia has several thousand Queensland children as members and president Geoff Jones reports a recent spike in girls’ involvement.
There is a similar trend in competition shooting. In 2010, 18 per cent of Queensland Target Shooters juniors were female. This year one third are girls. In Queensland, kids aged 11 and over can obtain a minor’s gun license.
Gun Control Australia has urged a Senate inquiry into firearms to lift the legal age to 18, a move that shooting bodies and parents warn will end Australia producing elite shooting champions.
“ The reason why so many parents are happy to have their kids involved is because they see the rigid safety protocol,” Mr Jones said. “We have a great reputation for safety in Australia and we are reaping the rewards of that in junior participation. There is only one live round in the gun, kids use age appropriate weapons – no semi-automatics – and there are step-by-step safety rules.”
Jamie Webb, who coaches kids at national and state level in target shooting, said: “Anti-gun lobbyists will put an end to the country’s participation in the sport and it makes no sense. The levels of safety for our shooters is the best in the world and I know of no dangerous incidents.”
Queensland Police confirmed 687 minors gun licenses were issued in the last year but Mr Webb says that is one tenth of the unlicensed kids who shoot at ranges. “
” It was always set to be an emotive clash, but Serbia’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Albania in Belgrade descended into chaos after a light aircraft dropped a Greater Albanian flag on to the pitch, leading to the match being abandoned.
Late in the first half, the aircraft – which appeared to be remote-controlled – provocatively dangled the flag over the pitch, with the offending item hitting the turf soon afterwards.
Players were pelted by objects from fans and the match was halted by English referee Martin Atkinson. Hilariously, stadium staff then pumped out hits by American singer Cher in order to calm fans.
The match eventually restarted, but was called off in the second half after flares landed on the pitch with the score at 0-0. “
Published on Oct 14, 2014
” A group of American base jumpers in Kuala Lumpur have launched themselves off one skyscraper to land at a pool party on the top of another. One at a time, the extreme sports enthusiasts jumped off the 330m-high Kuala Lumpur tower and parachuted towards a nearby skyscraper rooftop. The daredevils landed in the pool where they were met by cheers from fellow extreme sports enthusiasts.
John Van Horne, who filmed the stunt, spoke to the BBC’s Rico Hizon. “