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Takeaway: Georgia State’s win has more than the normal implications. For a program that has struggled mightily in its transition to the Football Bowl Subdivision, GSU can now find confidence in the fact it can indeed win a game. Furthermore, second-year coach Trent Miles, who successfully turned Indiana State in a positive direction before arriving in Atlanta, now has a proven result to build off of. Since the opener was on a Wednesday, the Panthers also get an extra few days to absorb the win and start prepping for its Sun Belt Conference opener against New Mexico State next week.
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State scored one touchdown each quarter to slowly pull away from visiting Cal Poly. Freshman running back Larry Rose III rushed for 147 yards on 30 carries, scored a touchdown on the ground and also caught a six-yard TD pass. Quarterback Tyler Rogers threw for a modest 157 yards and two scores as NMSU outscored CP 14-0 in the second half. It was the second straight win for the Aggies dating back to last season after they started the 2013 campaign 0-7.
And, perhaps most surprisingly, Sears replaced many of his burned Craftsman tools. According to Matt, “It is not their policy to do that, but the guy I talked to must have talked to somebody higher up, and they decided to do it.” While his material business has recovered very nicely, Matt did have to give up the excavating part of it. He said it would cost too much to buy the equipment, and he would never recoup his investment. But his unconvincing attempt at a smile betrayed his willingness to fully come to terms with that prudent business decision. He lit back up, however, when he said, “We’ve sold record amounts of material this year. The yard carried itself for the first time ever.” That yard of which he speaks has a large selection of landscape mulches and pinestraw, brick chips, river rock, marl and decorative gravels, along with hard-to-find screened organic topsoil. Matt is already looking forward to starting some new businesses.
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and EU plan, then Russia will decide how to respond, Sergei Lavrov said. It will start by focusing on its “own interests: protect our economy, protect our social sphere, protect our citizens, business and at the same time make a conclusion from the actions of our partners on their adequacy”, Lavrov said, RIA Novosti reported . On Saturday, EU leaders agreed to come up with options for new sanctions on Russia within a week, if it doesn’t pull back its intervention in Ukraine. The U.S. is working closely with the EU to make sure its sanctions are aligned, The Wall Street Journal reported.
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Luhnow’s quote saying that Porter’s termination had nothing to do with on-field play, which seems truthful considering nobody expected the Astros to be competitive this season, makes me wonder if Porter was having an unhealthy impact on the locker room. This happened with Cecil Cooper as well. Maybe all the losing was getting to Porter? The frustration from losing and having his own success in the hands of the youngest roster in the majors, comprising of still-developing players who might still be in the minors with other organizations, had to have played a role in his reported reaction to Luhnow’s management methods. I find it interesting to read that Luhnow sees himself as setting the culture of the organization, instead of allowing the managers to do that. Not that I see a problem with it – it’s just not something you usually hear a GM thinking about.