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Friday, November 30, 2007
Saturday, November 24, 2007
Actually the entire game as a pretty good representation of the Ted Roof Era
* flashes of brilliance from both the offense and defense
* proved that "we don't have enough talent" is no longer a valid excuse.
* horrible game management from TR (playing for a 40 yd FG)
* horrible special teams play
* horrible game preparation and fundamentals (missed tackles and tons of bad penalities and delay of game penalties)
* poor use of talent (how often did we even look to Clifford Harris or Eron Riley in the last 3 drives).
Thursday, November 22, 2007
Saturday, November 10, 2007
Thursday, November 8, 2007
The University of Louisville has filed a lawsuit against Duke
University claiming the schools had agreed to play each other four
times in football between 2002 and 2009 but that Duke canceled the
last three games, costing U of L money and a quality opponent.
According to the suit, which was filed in Franklin Circuit Court, in
2003 Duke backed out of three games — two to be played in Louisville
— scheduled for this year, 2008 and 2009.
The lawsuit did not say why Duke decided to cancel the agreement. A
call to Duke's athletic department was not immediately returned. A
call to U of L's athletic department did not issue an immediate
Louisville requested $150,000 for each of the three games or a
suitable replacement team from the Atlantic Coast Conference, of
which Duke is a member.
But Duke, according to the suit, asked U of L to find its own
replacement, and agreed to pay Louisville only if the program could
not, after a "good faith" effort, find a replacement game.
The suit claims U of L was unable to find a team of "similar stature"
to Duke and is now short an out of conference game for next season
and "was forced" to replace Duke with Indiana State, which is not a
member of the Football Bowl Division, for 2009.
Louisville claims its athletic department has spent countless hours
looking for a replacement for Duke but that no team of similar
stature will agree to play the U of L at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium
two of the three games, as Duke was supposed to do.
The lawsuit is seeking $450,000 for the three football games and any
other relief the courts deem appropriate.
Claims made in filing a lawsuit present only one side of the case.
The Sept. 7, 2002, game between the two schools was played with U of
L winning 40-3.
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
Bernard Accoyer, president of the French National Assembly.
Sheldon G. Adelson, chairman of the board, Las Vegas Sands Hotel, and Dr. Miriam Adelson (wife).
Judith Ansley, deputy assistant to the president, and Stephen Ansley (husband).
Bruce Benson, president of Benson Mineral Group Inc., and Marcy Benson (wife).
Tom A. Bernstein, president of Chelsea Piers Management Inc.
James H. Billington, librarian of Congress, and Marjorie A. Billington (wife).
Rep. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., and Abigail Perlman Blunt (wife).
Samuel W. Bodman, secretary of energy, and Diane Bodman (wife).
Joshua Bolten, assistant to the president and chief of staff.
Former Sen. John B. Breaux, D-La., and Lois Breaux (wife).
Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer and Dr. Joanna Breyer (wife).
Nancy G. Brinker, chief of protocol at the State Department, and Eric Brinker (son).
Aaron Broussard, president of Jefferson Parish in Louisiana, and Karen Broussard (wife).
Kenneth I. Chenault, chairman and CEO of American Express Co., and Kathryn Chenault (wife).
Vice President Dick Cheney and Lynne V. Cheney.
Harlan R. Crow, chairman and CEO of Crow Holdings, and Kathy Crow (wife).
Rachida Dati, French minister of justice.
Robert A. Day, chairman of Trust Company of the West, and Kelly Day (wife).
Xavier de Sarrau, French lawyer.
Philippe Douste-Blazy, former French secretary of state.
Joey Durel, city-parish president of Lafayette in Louisiana, and Lynne Durel (wife).
John P. Ellis, partner of Kerr Creek Partners.
Susan R. Smith Ellis, CEO of the (Red) AIDS initiative.
Gay Gaines, former regent of the board of directors of Mount Vernon, and Stanley N. Gaines (husband).
Ed Gillespie, counselor to the president, and Cathy Gillespie (wife).
Paul Girod, member of the French parliament.
Louis Giscard D'Estaing, deputy of Puy-de-Dome in France.
Thomas Glavine, major league baseball pitcher, and Christine Glavine (wife).
Mark Guzzetta, president of the Gemstone Development Corp., and Leigh Martin (guest).
Stephen J. Hadley, national security adviser, and Ann Hadley (wife).
John Hager, chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia, and Margaret Hager (wife).
Donald Hall Sr., chairman of the board of Hallmark Cards Inc., and Adele Hall (wife).
Wayne Hughes, chairman of the board of trustees at Public Storage, and Patricia Whitcraft (guest).
Yves Jego, member of the French parliament.
Olivier Knox, White House correspondent for the AFP, and Dr. Jennifer Lewis (wife).
Doro Bush Koch, sister to the president.
Bernard Kouchner, French minister of foreign and European affairs.
Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., and Caryll Kyl (wife).
Christine Lagarde, French minister of economy, finances and employment.
Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., and Frank Snellings (husband).
Edward P. Lazear, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, and Vicky Lazear (wife).
Howard H. Leach, president of Leach Capital Corp. and former ambassador to France, and Gretchen Leach (wife).
Serge Lemoine, chairman of the Orsay Museum in France.
Stuart Levey, undersecretary for terrorism and financial intelligence at the Treasury Department, and Annette Levey (wife).
Jean-David Levitte, diplomatic adviser to the French president.
Maurice Levy, French president of the French-American Business Council and chairman CEO of Publicis Groupe
Henri Loyrette, chairman of the Louvre Museum in France.
Kevin Martin, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.
Catherine Martin, deputy assistant to the president and deputy director of communications for policy planning at the Office of Communications.
Nadine Morano, member of the French parliament.
Samuel Palmisano, chairman, president and CEO of IBM Corp., and Missy Palmisano (wife).
Laurence Parisot, chairwoman of the French Business Confederation.
Henry M. Paulson Jr., secretary of the treasury, and Wendy Paulson (wife).
Robert Pence, of Pence Friedel Developers Inc., and Suzy Pence (wife).
Ross Perot Jr., chairman of the board at Perot Systems Corp., and Sarah Perot (wife).
Mary E. Peters, secretary of transportation, and Travis Matheson (guest).
Bill Plante, White House correspondent for CBS, and Robin Smith (wife).
James C. Rees, executive director of Historic Mount Vernon, and Susan Magill (guest).
Condoleezza Rice, secretary of state.
Arthur J. Rothkopf, president emeritus of Lafayette College and senior vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and Barbara Rothkopf (wife).
Leonard Sands, founding partner and chairman of Alchemy Worldwide, and Corrine Sands (wife).
Thomas A. Saunders III, president and CEO at Ivor & Co. LLC, and Jordan Saunders (wife).
Guy Savoy, French chef.
Dick Scarlett III, president and CEO of United Bancorp of Wyoming, and Maggie Scarlett (wife).
Dwight C. Schar, president and CEO of NVR Inc., and Martha Schar (wife).
Harold C. Simmons, chairman of Valhi Inc., and Annette Simmons (wife).
Former Sen. Alan K. Simpson, R-Wyo., and Ann S. Simpson (wife).
Frederick W. Smith, chairman and CEO of FedEx Corp., and Diane Smith (wife).
Dick Spangler, director of National Gypsum Co., and Meredith Spangler (wife).
Craig Stapleton, U.S. ambassador to France, and Debbie Stapleton (wife).
Beatrice Stern, French antiquarian.
Virginia Stuller, co-chair of the 2007 Marquis de Lafayette Commemoration Committee, and Sharon Burdick (guest).
Billy Tauzin, president and CEO of Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, and Cecile Tauzin (wife).
Pierre Vimont, French ambassador to the United States.
Jeanne Warner, wife of Sen. John Warner, R-Va.
Kenneth Weinstein, CEO of Hudson Institute, and Amy Kaufmann (wife).
Guy Wildenstein of France.
Rama Yade, French minister of state and minister of foreign affairs, foreign affairs and human rights.
Raul Yanes, assistant to the president and staff secretary, and Sara Hazelwood (wife).
Amy S. Zantzinger, special assistant to the president and White House social secretary at the White House Social Office.