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The Huskers will look to bounce back this weekend on homecoming against the Southern Miss Golden Eagles. After an amazing comeback against Miami that still resulted in a loss, the Huskers had a good week of practice according to Mike Riley. “I like the way the team has responded from the loss to Miami last week. ” Southern Miss enters this game with a 2-1 record and on a 2 game win streak. Their wins came against Austin Peay and Texas State. Their lone loss came against Mississippi State. Southern Miss Defense. Southern Miss runs a 4-3 defense that does give up a lot of points. This defense is led by an athletic linebacking core. Anthony Swain a fifth year senior will be one of the leaders in that postion group at WILL linebacker spot. Another player at that position to watch is Sherrod Ruff, a sophomore who has made a lot of plays thus far in the season. The secondary for the Golden Eagles has been very inconsistent. Look for the Husker offense to exploit that with their effective passing game. The defensive line for the Golden Eagles has also been hit and miss this season as they haven’t really had a big time breakout player on the line yet this season. None the less thisdefense could breakout and play well this week against the Huskers. Southern Miss Offense. Southern Miss has a very high powered offense that score from anywhere on the field. This is a pass first team led my junior gun slinger Nick Mullens. Mullens already has 919 yards and six touchdowns this season. In all three games this year Mullens has thrown for at least 275 yards. Mullens main target has been senior wide receiver Casey Martin. In the Golden Eagles last game Martin totaled five catches for 114 yards and two scores. On the ground the Golden Eagles were unable to find success until their last game where their starting running back Jalen Richard carried the ball 27 times for 230 yards and four scores. Husker Defense. The Husker defense could have their hands full on Saturday as they have had struggles stopping the pass this season. The secondary made some adjustments by putting in Chris Jones for Daniel Davie last Saturday as Davie was getting eaten alive by the Miami wide receivers. Chris Jones did a good job in relief. The corners have had the hardest time in the secondary stopping the pass. Byerson Cockerell and Nate Gerry have continued their solid play in the run game as well as the pass game. The linebackers were picked. Source: kticradio.com
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3, discover Cast Iron Cooking with Skillets, Griddles, and Dutch Ovens. Participants will learn about restoring, using and caring for cast iron cookware, and preparing and sampling a meal on the Living History Cabin hearth. 31, enjoy Cast Iron Cooking with Pumpkins and Squash. After a demonstration on restoring, using and caring for cast iron cookware, participants will prepare and sample a meal using fall’s bounty of squash and pumpkins. The final workshop of the season, Sausage Making, takes place on Nov. Never made sausage. This workshop will show how easy and inexpensive it is to make delicious sausage at home. Workshop participants will learn how to prepare several kinds of sausage in this workshop, including bulk breakfast sausage, Italian sausage and kielbasa. Participants will grind meat, mix seasonings, stuff sausage casings, and sample the results at the end of the workshop. All workshops take place between 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. The fee is $40 or $35 for Har-Ber Village member and are limited to eight participants. For more information, or to reserve a space, persons interested may call 918-786-6446, or make a reservation by stopping by the Country Store at Har-Ber Village. Reservations and prepayment are required. In October, explore Fabric Wrapped Coiled Baskets (Oct. 10), a Quilting Round Robin presented by Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees Quilt Guild (Oct. 17), Lye Soap Workshop (Oct. 17), Advanced Weaving (Oct. 17 and 18), and Advanced Counted Cross Stitch and Crochet an Edge with Thread (Oct. The final craft workshop for the season, Needle Tatting, will be held on Nov. For more information about workshop times and fees and/or to preregister, persons interested may call 918-786-6446 or visit har-bervillage. Har-Ber Village Museum continue to be open for the season through November 15, Monday through Saturday, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. , and on Sundays, 12:30 to 5 p. m. You can shop in the Country Store and The Crafter’s Shop at Har-Ber Village, walk the... Should you wish to tour the museum, admission fees are $10 adults. 50 for seniors 63+. $5 for students ages 6-13. under 6 and Har-Ber Village members are FREE. We continue to offer half-priced memberships good for the rest of the 2015 season through Sept. Source: grandlakenews.com
1737 5th Ave. East of Capitol Saturday 26th 8am - 1pm. GARAGE SALE 4 Family sale, plus a fund raiser for High School Fusion 4133 Robotics Club. Mini Metal Lathe with accy, Nintendo Wii, Model Train accy, folding chairs, books, clothes, wood storage
Fall is upon us. Just as the leaves begin changing color and the cool, crisp air hits our noses, a fresh crop of seasonal activities also heralds the turn of time. The Pilot's annual fall bazaar guide is here to help you plan for fall festivals, craft
The full line includes a 9-inch round cake pan, 9-inch square pan and 9-inch pie pan, as well as a 9-by-13-inch baking pan and 11-by-14-inch baking sheet and a specially designed slicing tool. Look for Perfect Slice Bakeware at amazon.com and Kohl's.
After a demonstration on restoring, using and caring for cast iron cookware, participants will prepare and sample a meal using fall's bounty of squash and pumpkins. The final workshop of the season, Sausage Making, takes place on Nov. 14. Never made
Chef Wilcox followed by adding “a good blender and a really good sharp knife:. Chef Adam Banks finished by stressing the importance of your cookware. They all agreed that thick bottomed pans made of good steel distribute and hold the heat so much better ...