Previous articleWomen executives talk about the career ladderNext articleWomen’s golf finishes second at Colorado tournament Dean Straka RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Linkedin Dean Strakahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dean-straka/ Men’s tennis clinches consecutive Big 12 titles with win over No. 4 Baylor Linkedin Twitter ReddIt Dean Straka is a senior journalism major from Lake Forest, California. He currently serves as Sports Line Editor for TCU 360. His passions include golf, God, traveling, and sitting down to watch the big game of the day. Follow him on Twitter at @dwstraka49 printTCU leads Texas Tech 33-28 at the end of the 1st half.The Frogs opened the scoring on their first drive, when QB Trevone Boykin found WR Josh Doctson for a 9 yard touchdown pass to put TCU ahead 7-0.Texas Tech responded however with a 1 yard rushing touchdown by DeAndre Washington to tie the game.A safety shortly after would put the Frogs back ahead, 9-7. With 3:34 left in the 1st quarter, Aaron Green ran in the ball into the end zone for a 1 yard rushing touchdown, extending the lead to 16-7.Texas Tech would respond, however, with a 26 yard rushing touchdown from Washington with 2:02 left in the 1st quarter, cutting the lead to 16-14.A TCU field goal attempt was blocked early in the 2nd quarter.A 44 yard touchdown pass from Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes to Jakeem Grant put the Red Raiders ahead 21-16 with 13:22 left in the 2nd quarter. Just under five minutes later Jaden Oberkrom executed a 42 yard field goal to put the Frogs back within two, 21-19.With 6:05 left in the 2nd quarter, Boykin found Doctson for another touchdown pass, this time 52 yards to put TCU ahead 26-21.Texas Tech answered however when Mahomes took it himself for a 4 yard touchdown with 3:26 in the 2nd quarter to put the Red Raiders back ahead 28-26.The Frogs managed to regain the lead in the final minute of the half however, when Boykin found Doctson for his 3rd touchdown reception of the day.The Frogs faced several setbacks in the half however, with Ty Slanina and Josh Carraway exiting the game with apparent injuries. TCU radio reported that Carraway had suffered a leg cramp. Whether or not the two will return in this game is unknown.TCU recorded 437 yards of offense in the first half, with Boykin throwing for 350 yards. Texas Tech recorded 278 yards of offense, with Mahomes throwing for 168 yards. Twitter Dean Strakahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dean-straka/ TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin (2) throws a pass under pressure from Texas Tech defensive lineman Branden Jackson (9) during the first half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015, in Lubbock, Texas. (AP Photo/LM Otero) Dean Straka Facebook Dean Strakahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dean-straka/ Equestrian upsets No. 1 Baylor, swept by Texas A&M at NCEA Championships Dean Strakahttps://www.tcu360.com/author/dean-straka/ Equestrian defeated in Big 12 Championship Facebook TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Norrie climbs to No. 1 in national rankings + posts Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award ReddIt
This fall, Colorado-based funk powerhouse The Motet will embark on an extensive cross-country tour, hitting 20+ cities along the way. Live for Live Music will be right there with them throughout the entire run, bringing you exclusive content in the form of real-time updates from the road, live video footage, interviews, track premieres, show coverage, and more. Phase one of the tour kicks off in Hartford on 10/6, followed by stops throughout the Northeast. A brief Texas run leading into Halloween in Asheville will see the band perform their beloved throwback set, this time tackling the golden age of disco with “Mixtape 1979”. The tour culminates with a 3-night stand in Oregon, with several additional dates TBA.The band will be joined by a heavy roster of supporting acts, including Sophistafunk, Mingo Fishtrap, Mammal Dap, Dale and the Zdubs, and Polyrhythmics.With the recent release of Totem, The Motet has established themselves as one of today’s most exciting and fresh funk acts. Produced by Eric Krasno, the album is a masterpiece of future space funk with world and dance elements liberally mixed in. Give it a listen and read our review here.We’re thrilled to be partnering with this unstoppable band, and look forward to bringing you tons of exclusive content in the coming months. Check out the complete touring roster below. Presales are currently underway here, with general on-sale beginning this Friday, 7/29.
By Dialogo September 22, 2011 Mexico has joined a group of some fifteen countries that have consented to receive an Organization of American States (OAS) mission in 2012 that will evaluate their situation with regard to corruption, the organization announced in a statement issued on September 20. Mexico’s OAS delegation announced that it has agreed to receive the visit, planned for 2012 as part of the implementation of the Inter-American Convention against Corruption, a statement indicated. In addition, Mexico volunteered to be one of the first countries to be evaluated under the anti-corruption convention, the OAS announced. Up to now, the countries that have agreed to receive visits are Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Saint Kitts and Nevis, the United States, and Uruguay. The OAS hopes that the other countries belonging to the hemispheric organization will agree to be audited, the statement added.
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues, CUNA’s economists are closely following the situation.They recently discussed the economic and credit union impact of COVID-19 during the CUNA Managing Economic and Operational Challenges COVID-19 eSchool, offered free as a CUNA member benefit.This episode of the CUNA News Podcast features some of that discussion.CUNA Chief Economist Mike Schenk, CUNA Senior Policy Analyst Samira Salem, and CUNA Senior Economist Jordan van Rijn address key implications for credit union operations and prospects for financial stability and success. continue reading » Samira Salem, senior policy analyst; Jordan van Rijn, senior economist; and Mike Schenk, chief economist and deputy chief advocacy officer.
Share InternationalLifestylePrintRelationships World’s most identical twins share everything including boyfriend by: The Daily Monitor – April 22, 2015 Tweet Sharing is caring! Identical Australian twins who share the same bed and boyfriend and are never more than a few metres apart, have been named the World’s Most Identical Twins after taking Japan by storm.Anna and Lucy DeCinque who have spent over $250,000 on the same cosmetic surgery procedures to ensure they look identical, fascinated the producers of a Japanese television prank show who discovered them on YouTube.The 28-year-olds from Perth in Western Australia, who were born just one minute apart, were invited to fly over and participate in the show which saw them playing tricks on the public and competing against a Japanese set of twins who simply couldn’t compare to their extreme measures.‘They would go to the shops without each other. See, we wouldn’t do that. We wouldn’t leave each other by ourselves. And they didn’t sleep in the same bedroom,’ the DeCinque twins told Channel Seven of their competitors.After even a computer failed to spot the difference between Anna and Lucy, the duo embraced the title of the World’s Most Identical Twins.‘It’s been proven in Japan and they did the challenges and we proved we are the world’s most famous identical twins,’ they told Channel Seven’s Sunrise.‘It’s a great tag line for us.’The women also revealed some of the daily measures they go to in order to maintain their similarities, including eating the same type and amount of food and never leaving each other’s sight.‘When she gets full, I’m full as well. When she stops eating, I’ll stop eating,’ they said, adding: ‘We want our bodies to look the same; we want to weigh the same.‘We are never more than a few metres apart, wherever my sister goes, I go as well. We follow each other.’‘We argue every day, but over little things. It’s natural… but we get over it. We’re best friends so we never want to lose each other.’They also touched on some of their more extreme measures, including the hundreds of thousands of dollars they’ve spent on cosmetic surgery procedures including lip fillers, breast implants and fake eyebrows and eyelashes.‘We’ve always been identical from an early age, we just wanted to get the same procedures because we want to do everything together and we want to look exactly the same,’ they said.Anna and Lucy, who live at home with their mother, also share a boyfriend, which they believe is a perfect situation for a relationship. Though the two have had separate love interests before, they have always been brothers, or at least best friends.When asked about the difficulties of sharing the one boyfriend, the twins responded with ‘it works easier for us’.‘We’ve had separate boyfriends in the past and it hasn’t worked, but now it’s much easier and its great.‘We’re with each other 24/7, me and my sister; it’s just easier to share a boyfriend because we’re always together.’Their current boyfriend is electrical mechanic Ben Byrne, also from Perth, according to PerthNow.‘It’s not really weird to us. We have one boyfriend and all three of us share the same bed. For guys, in their hearts and dreams, they want two girlfriends,’ Lucy said.‘We have the same taste in everything, so obviously we’re going to like the same boy too. We’re all together when we have sex, and if we like the same guy, so be it. Every date had to be a double date. It’s always double or nothing.’From an early age Anna and Lucy were inseparable. The sisters went to the same nursery, primary and secondary schools, before enrolling on a beauty course at college together. Share 468 Views one comment Share