Video HyperlinkThis post was written by Kacy Mixon, PhD., LMFT, Social Media Specialist, a member of the MFLN Family Development (FD) team which aims to support the development of professionals working with military families. Find out more about the Military Families Learning Network FD concentration on our website, on Facebook, on Twitter, YouTube, and on LinkedIn. By Kacy Mixon, PhD, LMFTWe’ve posted about military separations as well as the need for military families to engage in strengthening and resilience strategies during times of physical separation due to the military lifestyle. Today’s Resource Discovery continues the conversation via a video from the Real Warriors Campaign YouTube channel. This video provides real life stories and experiences of military families dealing with the stressors of combat deployment.
All the results from day one of the 2004 Australia Cup in Melbourne, uploaded as frequently as my temperamental computer will allow! Ah, the joys of technology. The links below the results will provide access the SportingPulse website with all scores, statistics and ladders, as well as the official Australia Cup page. RESULTS: DAY ONE: Mens Round 1: ACT (6) drew Tas (6) SA (13) def NSW Country Seniors (2) Vic 30’s (3) def EPTA Seniors (0) Vic (6) def Vic 23’s (3) Mens Round 2: SA (10) def Vic 23’s (4) Tas (6) def Vic (5) EPTA Seniors (5) def NSW Country Seniors (2) ACT(9) def Vic 30’s (2) Mens Round 3: Vic (7) def EPTA Seniors (1) Vic 23’s (3) def NSW Country Seniors (1) ACT (6) def SA (3) Tas (10) def Vic 30’s (3) (3) Womens Round 1: Vic (10) def EPTA Seniors (2) ACT (3) def Vic 30’s (0): ACT 23’s (3) def Tas (1) SA (4) def NSW Seniors (2) NSW 23’s (11) def Vic 23’s (2) Womens Round 2: Vic (9) def ACT (2) NSW (7) def SA (4) NSW 23’s (12) def EPTA Seniors (0) Vic 30’s (5) def Vic 23’s (1) ACT 23’s (2) def NSW Seniors (1) Womens Round 3: Vic (7) def Vic 23’s (0) NSW 23’s (8) def Vic 30’s (1) ACT (9) def EPTA Seniors (1) The SportingPulse draw, results and statistics can be found using the following link: AUSTRALIA CUP DRAW AND RESULTS 2004 All Australia Cup stories can also be found on the ATA Australia Cup homepage. AUSTRALIA CUP HOMEPAGE 2004
The 2006 NSW vs QLD State of Origin Series is set to commence on the 4 August at the home of the Brisbane Metropolitan Touch, Whites Hill. The first games will start at 1.30pm with the first round of the Men’s Opens set down for a 2.30pm start.The full draw and all of the results from the series can be viewed at the State of Origin website.
Twitter/@McClain_on_NFL Last week, Baylor fired head coach Art Briles following the release of the Pepper Hamilton Report, which detailed the school’s failure to address the multiple instances of sexual assault within the Bears football program. According to the report, Baylor coaches failed to establish a “culture of accountability for misconduct,” and denied complainants true investigations into their accusations.For the first time since his dismissal, Art Briles released a statement on the matter.Art Briles releases statement pic.twitter.com/O0lsbiwyWN— Jeremie Poplin (@jeremiepoplin) June 2, 2016Former Ohio and Wake Forest head coach Jim Grobe has been hired as the program’s interim head coach.
OSU junior forward Alexa Hart (22) and redshirt junior guard Kianna Holland (right) cheer a teammates’ basket on March 3 at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Credit: Ashley Nelson | Sports Director
Ohio State redshirt junior wide receiver K.J. Hill (14) catches a pass in the second quarter of the game against TCU on Sept. 15. Ohio State won 40-28. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo EditorOhio State had some things to prove in its first game against a ranked opponent. It had to prove whether it could get past a TCU offensive line that did not allow a sack through the first two games, allowing sophomore quarterback Shawn Robinson to utilize both his legs and his arm equally.The Buckeyes also had to prove redshirt sophomore Dwayne Haskins would continue his momentum he had built at quarterback over the first two games against a highly-touted defense. Even with what Ohio State acting head coach and offensive coordinator Ryan Day called “ebbs and flows” during the game, the Buckeyes defeated TCU 40-28, bringing the team to a perfect 3-0 record just before head coach Urban Meyer returns to the sideline against Tulane on Saturday. Here are three takeaways from Saturday’s win that Ohio State can take with it back to Ohio Stadium against the Green Wave. Dwayne Haskins can run … if he wants toOver the first three games of the season, Haskins has shown what he can do with his arm, throwing for 344 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday’s 12-point win over TCU. What he has failed to show is something that Ohio State lost when quarterback J.T. Barrett ended his collegiate career last year: his running ability.Through this, Haskins has still been running similar sets, lining up in shotgun formations, running run-pass option offenses, giving opposing defenses that potential look if he keeps it and carries it.In the fourth quarter, with Ohio State leading 33-28, Haskins utilized his running ability. He held out the ball to sophomore running back J.K. Dobbins, eventually pulling it away and running it in himself from five yards out for his first career rushing touchdown.Haskins said, after the game, the play call on that run was actually a traditional read, where many of the offensive plays prior were designed runs made to look like an option.Day said Haskins has the ability to use his legs, saying it’s not the main part of his offense, but it’s something he can utilize.With a successful tuck and run by the redshirt sophomore quarterback, Haskins might feel more comfortable in future games running the ball on the option than passing or handing it off to either Dobbins or redshirt junior back Mike Weber. K.J. Hill stays consistentWhile junior wide receiver Austin Mack struggled to keep the ball in his hands, recording four drops in Ohio State’s win against TCU, redshirt junior wide receiver K.J. Hill continued to be one of the more consistent options for Haskins and the Buckeye offense on Saturday.Hill led the team in receptions, hauling in six catches for a team-leading 94 yards. He also brought in his first touchdown of the year, a 24-yard pass from Haskins in the third quarter to give Ohio State a 33-21 lead.Hill has been one of Haskins’ main connections through the first three games, recording at least five receptions in each of his first three games, with six catches against both Oregon State and TCU. With his short-yardage approach and speed in the open field, Hill provides a different look than Mack or redshirt senior receiver Terry McLaurin give in the passing game. With the combination of Hill and redshirt senior receiver Parris Campbell, the short-yardage, quick speed, tempo passing game has become a weapon for Haskins early on this season. Ohio State still has work to do in its rush defense TCU junior running back Darius Anderson found a way to beat the Ohio State defense much like Oregon State running back Artavis Pierce did in the season opener: beating the second-level of the defense. With a better offensive line than anything Ohio State had faced this season, TCU provided ample amounts of room for Anderson to run through. When he got to the second-level of the defense, the Richmond, Texas, native beat the Buckeye defense with his feet. Anderson, after bursting through the left side of the offensive line, beat the Ohio State secondary, out-stepping them in the open field as he scored one of two touchdowns on the day on a 93-yard run. The 93-yard run was the longest play from scrimmage in TCU history, beating out 89-yard runs by former Horned Frog running back LaDainian Tomlinson. However, for Ohio State, it was the longest run every allowed in school history by the Ohio State defense. With a continued rotation at safety and middle linebacker, Ohio State showed it can be beat with the lack of stability it has in those positions. If the defensive line is not working, especially if junior defensive end Nick Bosa is out with an injury for a significant amount of time, the second-level of the Ohio State defense will have to step up in all facets of the game.
A Vancouver man whose wife allegedly caught him viewing child pornography on his electronic tablet appeared Monday in Clark County Superior Court, court records show.Michael W. Martin, 37, faces allegations of viewing and possessing depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.According to a probable cause affidavit, Martin’s wife found a video she described as “kiddie porn” on his personal tablet. When she confronted him about it, he allegedly admitted to viewing the video. She then turned over the tablet to law enforcement.In an interview with police, Martin allegedly admitted to viewing child pornography on the internet, downloading it onto his tablet and sending the images to other online users.He said the videos and photos depicted children he believed to be between 8 and 17 years old, the affidavit states.During his hearing, Judge David Gregerson appointed the Vancouver Defenders to represent Martin and set his bail at $10,000. He will be arraigned Jan. 20.
Former Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta is the favourite to become the club’s new manager, after receiving the backing of chief executive Ivan GazidisSky Sports have reported the South African believes that Arsenal need to be “bold” in the search for a successor to Arsene Wenger at the Emirates and Gazidis ultimately has come to the conclusion that Arteta, who currently works as one of Pep Guardiola’s backroom staff at Manchester City, has the potential requiered to succeed at the club.Arsenal are yet to comment on the reports surrounding Arteta, with Gazidis having informed 200 members of the club’s staff on their planned search for a successor for the departing Wenger.Gazadis is now expected to discuss a potential replacement this week with the club’s head of football operations Raul Sanllehi and head of recruitment Sven Mislintat.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.It is understood that Luis Enrique is being considered at North London with Sanllehi, who also worked as a director of football at Barcelona, particularly keen on reuniting with his former colleague.Enrique has made it clear that he wishes to manage in England and has been heavily linked with both the Arsenal and Chelsea positions throughout this season.Meanwhile, Mislintat is reportedly keen on Arsenal choosing between Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann or Schalke’s Domenico Tedesco.