What we learned: Notes from Day 6 of training camp: 1. D remains ahead of O. Coach Sean McDermott said before practice that “today will be a challenging practice for us” in terms of the performance of the offense and the quarterbacks, in particular. There was a lot of work on third-down situations, making the session heavy on passing and giving the defense less run threat to worry about. And there was a lot of blitzing. The defense clearly got the better of the offense. There were unofficially nine sacks in 71 drop-back plays. The Bills ran the two-minute drill for the final three drives. The first-team offense went four-and-out under AJ McCarron, and the second-team offense went four-and-out under Nathan Peterman. Josh Allen directed the third-teamers to a field goal, thanks to a laser, 26-yard completion to Cam Phillips. Bills QB Watch, Day 6: Two-minute drill ends poorly for McCarron, Peterman 2. Elastic-Man in the middle? We have to come up with a good nickname for … [Read more...] about Day 6 Training Camp Notes: Defense remains ahead of offense
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Home HomeNewsEducationHealthTechManufacturing & LogisticsLife SciencesAg INnovationINPower INnovatorsBigWigs & New GigsVideoPurchase Gerry DickGerry's ViewSpeaking Engagement RequestSubscribeNewslettersPODCASTAppRSSOn-AirTV & Radio Listings ContactAbout IIBMeet the TeamContact UsIntern with IIBFlagship Stations Infosys Training Event Focuses on Key Influencers: K-12 Teachers Posted: Monday, July 16, 2018 5:01 PM EDTUpdated: Monday, July 16, 2018 5:01 PM EDTBy Dan McGowan, Senior Writer/[email protected] Pathfinders event is taking place this week at the IU campus in Bloomington. BLOOMINGTON - As Infosys continues working toward its target of creating more than 3,000 Hoosier jobs, the India-based company's U.S. foundation is hosting a multi-day training program for hundreds of teachers from throughout the country at the Indiana University campus in Bloomington. The Pathfinders Summer Institute is designed to help K-12 instructors … [Read more...] about Infosys Training Event Focuses on Key Influencers: K-12 Teachers
Kyle Neddenriep Indianapolis Star Published 4:09 p.m. UTC Jun 30, 2018 The other day, I posed a question on Twitter: “If you were IHSAA commissioner for a day and could make one change, what would it be?” Perhaps I should have known that a hypothetical question would bring some, um, unrealistic answers. But for every “dissolve the federal government” and “sell beer at games” response, there were at least 10 thoughtful replies. The volume of responses is another small reminder of the passion for high school sports in this state. After weeding through my mentions for several hours this week, I compiled a list of some of the most common, most realistic and most creative responses (and some on the other side). Here they are: From the “no surprise here” category: There was a significant amount of responses asking for a return to the one-class basketball tournament. Even though the four-class tournament was established in 1998 and a … [Read more...] about What would you change if you were IHSAA commissioner for a day?
By Brenda Goh and Marcin Goettig YIWU, China/MALASZEWICZE, Poland (Reuters) - When cargo trains from China began arriving at the Polish border town of Malaszewicze almost a decade ago, they were considered a novelty - able to ship laptops and cars to Europe in as little as two weeks, but extremely infrequent, with one service a month. However a surge in the number of trains over the past year, fueled by Beijing's plans to grow trade along ancient Silk Road routes to Europe, has left authorities scrambling to meet demand that has ballooned to as many as 200 locomotives a month. Rail shipments have experienced delays of over ten days at land ports in both Europe and China, bogged down by insufficient infrastructure and paperwork pileups, shippers say. That congestion is anticipated to worsen as Chinese authorities encourage a further ramp up in volumes. The situation illustrates how China's Belt and Road initiative is delivering some successes but also how its partners are struggling to … [Read more...] about In Europe’s east, a border town strains under China’s Silk Road train boom
January 17: New California?Draper explains that by splitting California into North California, California (New) and South California, it would "empower regional communities to make better and more sensible decisions for their citizens"."If some people feel that their government isn't working for them - and I know a lot of people in very poor regions feel that the status quo is not working for them - this would be an opportunity for them to easily move to another state without leaving the lovely weather we get here", he said. Plan to split CA into 3 states submits signatures CAL 3 is led by venture capitalist Tim Draper. Though California's prisoners come from all over the state, more than half are now held in what would become Southern California.The CAL 3 proposal would split California into three new states: Northern California, California and Southern California. The state of Northern California would contain 40 counties, including those in the Sacramento and Bay areas.Southern … [Read more...] about Proposal to split California into three states qualifies for November ballot