News archive from 7 September 2014

SMU's deer-in-headlights look in loss to North Texas has coach frustrated, A.D. not talking

DENTON — North Texas celebrated the renewal of its series with SMU by delivering a humiliating loss to the cross-town rival. The Mean Green dominated SMU in every phase of a 43-6 victory before 22,398 at Apogee Stadium. While North Texas showed...

Dallas News, 19:05 in Sport
 

College football Saturday: Recaps, analysis, standout performers, more

Here is all the information you need for this weekend's slate of college football games for area teams: Scoreboard/TV guide/BlogsSaturday's college football on TV and radio Top 25 scoreboard AP/Coaches polls Get all the inside info on our colleges...

Dallas News, 19:05 in Sport
 

Young North Texas defense opens eyes wide in pasting of SMU

DENTON –Dan McCarney saw signs that a young defense possessed the potential to build on standout 2013 campaign in North Texas’ season-opening loss to Texas last week, even if the final score didn’t show it. Those signs one had to squint to see in the...

Dallas News, 19:05 in Sport
 

Under pressure from Democrats, Obama postpones action on immigration

WASHINGTON -- Facing pressure from Senate Democrats worried about losing congressional seats in November, President Barack Obama will postpone until after the elections his plan to act on his own to change immigration laws, White House officials said...

 

Eagle Scout Rex Tillerson: You might also know him as the CEO of Exxon Mobil

Dressed in a blazer and gray slacks, Eagle Scout Rex Tillerson — better known as the CEO of Exxon Mobil — approached the podium during a national meeting of the Boy Scouts of America at a Grapevine hotel last year. The organization’s delegates had...

 

Eagle Scout Rex Tillerson: You might also know him as the CEO of Exxon Mobil

Dressed in a blazer and gray slacks, Eagle Scout Rex Tillerson — better known as the CEO of Exxon Mobil — approached the podium during a national meeting of the Boy Scouts of America at a Grapevine hotel last year. The organization’s delegates had...

 

Miami Dolphins' Joe Philbin, Bill Lazor tout new dream scheme

When the January wins turned to losses and off-field embarrassments tarnished the image, it became fashionable to roll one's eyes when people in New England mentioned “The Patriot Way.” But, year in and year out, Bill Belichick...

 
Utah beats Fresno State 59-27

Utah beats Fresno State 59-27

SALT LAKE CITY -- Travis Wilson threw a career-high five touchdowns and Kenneth Scott and Dres Anderson each had a pair of scoring catches to power Utah over Fresno State 59-27 on Saturday. Wilson completed 11 of 20 passes for 181 yards and left the...

 
California beats Sacramento State 55-14

California beats Sacramento State 55-14

BERKELEY, Calif. -- Jared Goff matched his career high of four touchdown passes, backup Luke Rubenzer threw for one and ran for another, and California beat Sacramento State 55-14 on Saturday. Kenny Lawler caught two touchdown passes form Goff...

 
Buffalo rally fails, Bulls lose 47-39 at Army

Buffalo rally fails, Bulls lose 47-39 at Army

WEST POINT, N.Y. -- Buffalo coach Jeff Quinn watched in dismay as his Bulls fell far behind a fired-up Army team anxious to get new coach Jeff Monken a victory in his first game. Trailing 47-17 early in the fourth quarter, the Bulls staged a furious...

 
Burnett sharp as Phillies beat Nationals 3-1

Burnett sharp as Phillies beat Nationals 3-1

WASHINGTON -- A.J. Burnett pitched seven innings, Ryan Howard had two RBIs and the last-place Philadelphia Phillies beat Washington 3-1 Saturday to secure their first winning season against the Nationals since 2010. Dominic Brown homered for the...

 

Monarch butterflies may be endangered species

The first of them are flitting through the South Carolina Lowcountry – the gorgeous orange “kings” of insects, monarch butterflies. Down the East Coast they migrate in waves each fall. But the barrier islands here...

 

2-alarm fire at Kelloggs plant in east Charlotte

Charlotte firefighters were battling a two-alarm blaze Saturday evening at a soon-to-be-closed Kelloggs plant, authorities said. The fire was reported about 6:15 p.m. at the plant, in the 900 block of Louise Avenue. That is off East 10th Street near...

 

Once, the Web was a quaint place

No one rang a bell. And you may not have noticed. But sometime in late July, the number of websites in the world may have surpassed 1 billion. Don’t believe me? Check it for yourself. As I write this, the official count at InternetLiveStats.com is...

 
Christian Siriano puts NY Fashion Week on ice

Christian Siriano puts NY Fashion Week on ice

NEW YORK -- In icy crystals and soft seafoam, Christian Siriano evoked the massive glass sculptures of controversial Australian sculptor Sergio Redegalli, offering backless blouses in washed silk and open lattice work in bright white for spring. In...

 

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