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FORT WORTH, TEXAS – The big story here is the weather. It was 102 degrees here earlier in the week, but it should be cloudy and about 70 at 3 p.m., when the Gophers and TCU get started here at Amon G. Carter Stadium. This is an impressive place, newly renovated, and seats 45,000. The field is natural grass. It's a real nice campus. Reminds me of St. Thomas, with all the light-brick buildings. In today's preview story, I wrote about Gary Patterson’s efforts to make TCU more competitive in the Big 12, with a new, up-tempo, no-huddle offense. Jerry Kill has compared the offense’s tempo to Baylor’s. And the Horned Frogs are always very good on defense. Here’s an inside look at the game, and my prediction. Over at ESPN.com, Brett McMurphy ran the results of a weekly poll of college football coaches. This week's question: "If you had a son playing college football, and you were no longer coaching, which current FBS coach would you want him to play for?" … [Read more...] about Pregame: Unseasonably cool weather greets Gophers at TCU
I had to cancel my honeymoon trip to Sugar Bay Resort and Spa in St. Thomas a few days before my departure in October because of Hurricane Irma.I had booked the package through Travelocity. It included round-trip airfare and hotel. But the resort was so damaged that it will remain closed for most of 2018. I received my full refund for the hotel, but American Airlines charged a $200 fee for changing my ticket.The tickets are supposed to be refundable. I've been trying to get a refund on the cancellation fee, but Travelocity says there's nothing it can do, and American refuses to resolve this. Can you help me get my money back?— Evan Hasara, Milwaukee A: Congratulations on getting hitched. I'm sorry about the timing. Last year's hyperactive hurricane season ruined so many vacations, including yours, unfortunately. Travelocity should have helped you secure a full refund for your honeymoon. And if it couldn't, then American Airlines should have stepped up and done the right thing. I … [Read more...] about A hurricane ruined my St. Thomas honeymoon, so why is American Airlines keeping my money?
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Christopher Elliott Globe correspondent March 13, 2018 Q. I had to cancel my honeymoon trip to Sugar Bay Resort and Spa in St. Thomas a few days before my departure in October because of Hurricane Irma. I had booked the package through Travelocity. It included round-trip airfare and hotel. But the resort was so damaged that it will remain closed for most of 2018. I received my full refund for the hotel, but American Airlines charged a $200 fee for changing my ticket. The tickets are supposed to be refundable. I’ve been trying to get a refund on the cancellation fee, but Travelocity says there’s nothing it can do, and American refuses to resolve this. Can you help me get my money back? Advertisement EVAN HASARA, Milwaukee Get The Weekender in your inbox: The Globe's top picks for what to see and do each weekend, in Boston and beyond. Thank … [Read more...] about A hurricane ruined his St. Thomas honeymoon, so why is the airline keeping his money?
March in Minnesota: A Month Like No Other?March. It's like Mother Nature tried to cram an entire year's worth of weather into 31 days. Think I'm kidding? Temperatures have ranged from -27F (1948) to 86F (most recently in 1986). Minnesota has seen March tornadoes; blizzards are rare - but possible. River flooding & wildfires until things green up? Did I mention ice dams? No hurricanes or earthquakes, if that's of any consolation! NOAA data highlighted at The New York Times shows that Minnesota winters from 1989 to 2018 were 3F warmer than a 20th century baseline. We just experienced an average winter. Average feels like punishment, since most winters are trending milder. Much of the snow in your yard will be gone by Monday with weekend temperatures consistently above freezing. There's an outside shot at 50F today, again Sunday, before cooling off a little next week. Another mild surge late next week brings a smear of showery rain by Friday; possibly ending as flurries next Saturday. … [Read more...] about Almost 10F Warmer Than Average on St. Patty’s Day