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And all indications are former Nittany Lions quarterback Steven Bench has narrowed his list of new homes to two.
That’s right, it’s Penn State football notebook time.
ESPN TABS ROBINSON, HULL: Adam Rittenberg of ESPN.com has selected wide receiver Allen Robinson and outside linebacker Michael Hull

Robinson, a junior who has the size (6-3, 204) to go across the middle and the speed to beat secondaries deep, is a pretty easy call for one of the two spots after a dominant 2012 showing (77 catches,burberry outlet online, 1,013 yards, 11 TD catches) that earned his first-team All-Big Ten honors.

It will be interesting to see how coach Bill O’Brien tweaks his offense to further capitalize on Robinson’s physical skills. Robinson, the high school teammate of former PSU quarterback Rob Bolden (Orchard Lake St. Mary’s in Michigan),burberry factory outlet, is also bound to see more defensive attention this year.
And I like Hull, too. The redshirt junior was a spark plug on PSU’s third-down defense and a key special teams player. Hull did not start last year but still recorded 58 tackles, five of them for losses. He will start in the fall and I don’t think there’s any question he is one of the Lions’ top players.
In fact, here are my top six Lions heading into August camp, in no particular order (hey,burberry outlet, that comes later): Robinson, Hull, senior linebacker Glenn Carson, fifth-year senior guard John Urschel, junior safety-corner Adrian Amos and redshirt sophomore Deion Barnes. And I almost included sophomore tight end Jesse James on this list.
BREAKOUTS FOR 2013: Brent Yarina of the Big Ten Network has selected — Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon, Michigan tight end Devin Funchess, Michigan State defensive end Shilique Calhoun,burberry, Nebraska running back Imani Cross and Purdue defensive end Ryan Russell.
A very interesting list. My favorite player in the group is Gordon, who showcased his speed in Wisconsin’s 24-21 overtime loss to Penn State last year by scoring on a 57-yard reception. A week later, Gordon ran by Nebraska’s defense in Wisconsin’s Big Ten title game rout, piling up 219 yards on only nine carries. This guy is dangerous.
And, yes, I noticed there are no Penn State players on Yarina’s list. Easy, people. I think there are a number of PSU players sitting on breakout seasons in the fall and I believe James, a 6-7, 260-pounder who scored five touchdowns on only 15 receptions, is one of them.
PSU IN TOP 15: Dave Miller of the National Football Post has noticed what O’Brien and his staff have done with regard to the 2014 recruiting class. noting the additions of wideouts Troy Apke, Chris Godwin and De’Andre Thompkins and linebacker Troy Reeder.
Miller ranks Michigan No. 1 on his list and Ohio State is No. 10, by the way.
TWO FOR BENCH: ESPN’s Joe Schad mentioned former PSU quarterback Steven Bench on Twitter Monday, saying Bench will choose between South Florida and Mississippi State. Schad reports that Bench is visiting Starkville, Miss. today and Wednesday.
It was believed North Carolina State was also in the running for Bench’s services but former Arkansas quarterback Brandon Mitchell announced earlier in the week he will transfer to the Wolfpack program. So there you go.

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— Was that Jeff Beck’s instrumental version of The Beatles’ “A
Day In The Life” that played over the P.A. as Crosby, Stills
Nash walked onstage Wednesday night?
Did the 1,900 or so fans in the nearly sold-out Von Braun Center
Mark C. Smith Concert Hall expect CSN, a folk-rock supergroup formed in 1968, to sound this fantastic in 2013?Did they have any idea David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash could still nail their trademark swelling, sterling harmonies all night?Is “Carry On,” the song CSN opened the Huntsville
show with, the most mystical-sounding hit from the early ’70s? Why isn’t Stills who peeled off bluesy, majestic
solo after solo tonight ever ranked higher in those Best Rock Guitarists Of
All-Time lists?
Why did roadies switch out Stills’ guitar amps after the
opener? Has Nash always performed onstage barefoot? When Nash said, “When you’ve got ladies in the front row singing the words it’s a good sign,” after singing the hippie travelogue “Marrakesh Express,” how many ladies was he referring to?
Where did Crosby get the deep gospel notes he belted out
during “Long Time Gone,” earning one of the biggest standing ovations of
the night? Do Crosby, Stills and Nash keep up with whose songs gets more
standing Os?
How much weight has Crosby lost, because he looks great?How
many copies of that “Stamp Money Out of Politics” T-shirt that Nash is wearing did he bring with him on tour,burberry outlet? Why does Stills only wear glasses on
certain songs?Who designed the cool, interlocking CSN logo on the banner hanging behind the band onstage?
How much did that gorgeous white Gretsch Stills played
on the few tunes he didn’t use a Stratocaster cost? How many times did Nash and Stills rehearse
their guitar-interplay interlude that was a highlight of the buoyant “Southern
Cross”,burberry outlet online?Does music physically move Nash this much or are those rock star moves? Or is it a little of both?
Why did the drunken clod sitting behind me keep yelling “Get
Ron Wood!” (apparently referring to The Rolling Stones guitarist of that name)?
Why did that same drunken clod then start yelling “Get Bob Dylan!”
Crosby, Stills and Nash perform at the Von Braun Center Mark Smith Concert Hall Wednesday evening May 22, 2013. (Bob Gathany/bgathany@al.com) How is it that every time Stills’ raspy voice sounded like it was about to crumble, it instead took flight? Does Vertical House Records
have any Buffalo Springfield on used vinyl, because that “Bluebird” song CSN covered is awesome?How long has CSN’s excellent five-piece backing band (two keys, electric guitar, bass and drums) toured with them? Did CSN really steal their bass player from Jackson
Browne’s band like Nash just said, perhaps in jest, while announcing the
bassist onstage?
Why don’t more rock bands do intermissions? Have
I ever been to a rock concert where this many audience members are carrying
canes out of necessity? Were the tie-dye-wearing teenage chicks seated beside
my girlfriend and me the youngest people at this show by 10 years?
How many $5 packs of Crosby, Stills Nash rolling
papers did the band’s merch table sell tonight? How many $30 Crosby, Stills
Nash blue beach towels have they sold the entire tour? And what does one
do with a beach towel the rest of the concert after one purchases said towel?
Did Nash get baked during intermission, because a couple of
his song intros in the second set kind of sounded like it? After returning to the
stage did CSN play too many slow and/or new songs in a row?
What does Stills do when he leaves the stage every so often
during passages sung primarily sung by Crosby and Nash? How much
does that piano the roadies just wheeled out weigh? Did every single
fan here sing along to the chorus of the piano-driven Nash classic “Our
House”?
During Crosby’s inspired performance of his defiant anthem “Almost
Cut My Hair” I wondered, “When was the last time David Crosby received a haircut?”
Didn’t Jerry Garcia play the pedal steel on the studio version of “Teach Your
Children,” which earned CSN yet another sing-along from Wednesday’s crowd?
How many people in the audience realized the hypnotic tune “Triad”
is about a threesome?What other band could sing lyrics as spaced-out as those
on “Wooden Ships” and not sound like goofballs? Why did the band at one time
rarely perform their best-known song “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” which CSN encored with tonight bringing the crowd to their feet and into the night with “Do Do Do
Do Do” bliss?
I realize those are a lot of questions.
Here’s one more: Which musical instrument can match the depth and power of the human voice – especially when it’s three voices from three masters, singing together like Crosby, Stills Nash did in Huntsville on Wednesday?None.

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BAY MINETTE, Alabama — Happy Times Preschool in Bay Minette is extending its hours and will now offer service from 8 to 5 p.m.
The pre-school, a work of The Bay Minette Church of Christ,burberry outlet online, is at 12 West Pine Street. The pre-school began around 1968 as a service to the community to help educate children and better prepare them for school while offering one of the lowest monthly fees in Baldwin County. The teachers are certified through ABEKA, (offered by Pensacola Christian College) and there are no more than 10 children per classroom.
For the 2013-2014 school year, the pre-school will offer a full-day of care. The half-day program expanded its hours three years ago to provide childcare from noon to 3 p.m. This fall, the hours will continue until 5 p.m.
The rates for registration includes: $175 per month for 8 a,burberry.m. to noon; $275 per month for 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and $350 per month for 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Parents/guardians should provide snack for 10 a.m. snack time and a “sack lunch” for noontime. Children participating in the all-day program until 5 p.m. will be provided a snack.
Registration for the new term will be accepted 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 1, 2, and Aug. 1-2. A one-time registration fee is due at time of registration and Open House is slated for 1 to 5 p.m. Aug. 29. The first day of school is Sept. 3.
The current pre-school class will hold its graduation ceremony at 6 p.m. May 23 at the John F. Rhodes Civic Center in Bay Minette.
For more information, call Happy Times at 251-937-1879.

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Now we’re getting going, here at the 2013 SEC Baseball Tournament. Game 3 is up next, featuring eighth-seeded Florida (29-27) against ninth-seeded Texas A M (30-25). Follow along with this post to see live updates as the game is played. Play-by-play will be up top in the main post, while you’ll get a little extra added flavor in the comments in between plays.If you’re using the AL.com smartphone app,burberry outlet,.Results from today’s early games are at the bottom of this post.
9th Inning: Texas A M 6, Florida 3The Aggies tack one on on a botched pickoff play by Florida.Mengden comes out to complete the game, and succeeds. Aggies win.
8th Inning: Texas A M 5, Florida 3Stein singles and makes it to third for the Aggies in the top half, but can’t score.Mengden finishing strong,burberry, strikes out the side in the bottom of the 8th. Florida has three outs left.
7th Inning: Texas A M 5, Florida 3A M gets a pair of runners on base, but doesn’t capitalize in the top half of the 7th.Florida goes down in order in the bottom half.
6th Inning: Texas A M 5, Florida 3The Aggies retake the lead, capitalizing on a Florida mistake. The Gators may have had two double play chances in the inning, but couldn’t convert either. Single, error, hit by pitch,burberry factory outlet, single scored the first run, and a ground out plated the second.Florida fails to answer, recording three quick outs to end the inning. Aggies lead, 5-3.
5th Inning: Texas A M 3, Florida 3Another quick inning for Magliozzi; three up, three down, including two strikeouts. But can Florida score again?The answer is yes. Tobias leads off with a single, moves over on two outs — then scores on another A M mistake, when Troy Stein loses the handle on a pitch from Mengden. Three all.
4th Inning: Texas A M 3, Florida 2So much for those three perfect innings: Hunter Melton blasts a two-out home run over the left field fence with two men on to put the Aggies on top.And now it’s Florida going down cleanly. Three up, three down in the bottom half. Aggies maintain the lead.
3rd Inning: Texas A M 0, Florida 2Yikes: A M quickly mowed down in the third. Nine up, nine down so far.Gators led off with a Richie Martin single but couldn’t score.
2nd Inning: Texas A M 0,burberry outlet online, Florida 2Strikeout, strikeout, groundout. A M goes down quietly once again in top 2.Florida gets two unearned runs in the bottom half. Shafer scored the Gators’ first run, getting to first on an E4. A balk moved him to 2nd; another error put him on 3rd; and he scored on a ground out. Powers got on via single, and was moved around via small ball, which included a double steal.

1st Inning: Texas A M 0, Florida 0Three up, three down in the top of the first. All three batters flew out to left. Just 12 pitches for Magliozzi.Florida follows suit, with two swinging strikeouts for A M’s Mengden. Quick first.

PregameThe starting pitchers for Game 3 are as follows.Texas A M: RHP Daniel Mengden (7-3, 1.92 ERA)Florida: RHP Johnny Magliozzi (4-1, 2.14 ERA)And the lineups:Texas A M#16 Mikey Reynolds (SS)#1 Blake Allemand (2B)#12 Cole Lankford (1B)#6 Troy Stein (C)#50 Hunter Melton (3B)#30 Mitchell Nau (DH)#8 Brandon Wood (LF)#13 Krey Bratsen (CF)#3 Jace Statum (RF)Florida#12 Richie Martin (CF)#2 Casey Turgeon (2B)#17 Taylor Gushue (C)#16 Justin Shafer (RF)#30 Vickash Ramjit (1B)#5 Zack Powers (DH)#8 Harrison Bader (LF)#11 Josh Tobias (3B)#20 Cody Dent (SS)Here are results from the day’s early games.Game 1: Ole Miss 4, Kentucky 1-Game 2: Alabama 6, Auburn 3-

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In there it s really wet, it s really sweaty, it s really slippery, says Midshipman Rachel Bailey.
It s a tradition for the plebes,burberry factory outlet, or freshman class,burberry, at the Naval Academy.
For the pride and camaraderie of his class and the service he s about to do, says Jerry Casey.
The climb to the top of the Herndon Monument in the heart of campus officially marks the end of their first year at the Naval Academy,burberry outlet. It s been a tradition since 1940.
Bob Hide was a career Navy man and a veteran of World War II,burberry outlet online. He came with his family from Texas to watch his grandson make the rite of passage.
He s a wonderful young man and he s going to do great things, says Hide.
The 21-foot statue is covered with lard and as the plebes climb and give each other a foot and shoulder up, water is sprayed to make things even more difficult.
Before they can complete their freshman year, one of the plebes must get to the top of the statue to knock off the Dixie cup that s there and replace it with an upper classman s hat. All of them must work together.
It took an hour and 40 minutes for the plebes to reach the top. Pat Lien from Orlando was the one who tossed the hat that stuck to the top of the monument.
Kind of sat out for a little to get some perspective on what was working, what wasn t, and just found myself at the top, he says.

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Gordon and Geri Moulton (courtesy of the University of South Alabama)Mobile’s Excelsior Band and Gordon and Geri Moulton, the University of South Alabama’s longtime president and his wife, will be among the honorees at the Alabama State Council on the Arts “Celebration of the Arts” awards ceremony tonight at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery.The Moultons are among five recipients of the Governor’s Arts Award, which honors individuals who have made unique contributions to the arts in Alabama, according to the arts council’s media release.The Excelsior Band, established in 1883, will receive the Alabama Folk Heritage Award, which recognizes master folk artists who have made outstanding contributions in the arts in Alabama, the release said. Among the Moultons’ contributions, according to the release, are the Geri Moulton Children s Park sculpture garden at the University of South Alabama Children’s Women s Hospital, which includes more than 50 life-sized bronze sculptures; and the USA Glass Arts program and facility at the University of South Alabama.The Moultons also earned praise for the four murals created at the university’s bell tower by USA visual arts department chair and muralist Jason Guynes to depict university life and to celebrate USA s 50th anniversary.Gordon Moulton, USA’s president since 1998, recently announced his retirement after nearly 47 years at the university. He will step down July 1.Other award winners are:Jonnie Dee Little Lifetime Achievement Award: Lyndra Daniel, Birmingham.Alabama s Distinguished Artist Award: Rick Bragg,burberry outlet online, Piedmont.Governor’s Arts Award: Dr. Wayne Flynt, Auburn; Jean Prescott Pierce, Birmingham; Sonia Sanchez, Birmingham; Kitty Seale, Montgomery.The Special Council Legacy Award: Senator J. T. Jabo Waggoner, Birmingham.

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When Andrew Nelson,burberry, right, and Blount Floyd formed Great Peacock, the name was part of a deliberate effort to avoid becoming overly serious. (Harrison Hudson photo) Nashville s Great Peacock played at , what stood out wasn t the strong country roots of the act s music, or even the sweet harmonies, it was the sheer gleam in the eye of Andrew Nelson and Blount Floyd.As if the glittering peacocks adorning their attire weren t hint enough, the gleam said: This is all about fun. And the duo definitely was having fun. That s part of the reason they re coming back. Mobile has only been good to us, said Nelson. We love the scene in Mobile, it s just got a vibrancy to it. returns to Callaghan s for a show starting about 7 p.m. Sunday, May 26. This time around it ll be more of a full-band affair. There ll be a little more instrument-hopping,burberry outlet, Nelson said, a little more showmanship.What won t get lost, however is the group s distinctive fusion of folk, country and Americana, which at times recalls certain country-tinged California rock of the 70s. We re both really big fans of that Laurel Canyon sound, that s real popular now with bands like Dawes,burberry factory outlet, Nelson said. Great Peacock is kind of a country band setup,burberry outlet online, even though it s not really a country band. We are so, at our core, just Southern redneck boys, he said. That s kind of who we are. He s more redneck than I am cause he s from Dothan and I m from, like, higher up in Shelby County outside of Birmingham, a little more suburban. He actually grew up with a peanut field in his backyard. Our thinking, our motif if you will, is we want to have as much fun as possible he said. I think everybody feels that way.

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The symposium will take place June 4 at University Church of Christ. (al.com) — has invited the public to a symposium meant to show how the face of medicine has changed over the years,burberry outlet.
The event, “Through These Doors: Changing the Face of Medicine,” will be held from 11:30 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. Tuesday,burberry, June 4, at the University Church of Christ, located at 1200 Julia Tutwiler Drive. There is no cost to attend the event, though an RSVP is requested to the following e-mail: events@cchs.ua.edu.
The symposium includes an afternoon segment with lunch, two panel sessions and a keynote address, and an evening segment with a Trailblazers recognition ceremony, dinner and a talk and a mentoring opportunity for students.
The afternoon segment begins with the first panel session, “Reviewing the History of Stand in the Schoolhouse Door,” which includes speakers Sandral Hullett, CEO and medical director of Cooper Green Mercy Hospital in Birmingham and one of the first African-American residents in the College s Family Medicine Residency, and Art Dunning, former vice chancellor for the UA system.
The second panel session, “Reviewing the History of Diversity in the College of Community Health Sciences,” includes speakers Herb Stone, a family medicine physician and president and COO of Mobile Emergency Group in Mobile,burberry outlet online, and one of the first African-American residents in the College s Family Medicine Residency; Vernon Scott Sr., an African-American resident during the early years of the College s residency and a practicing physician in Tuscaloosa; Earnestine Tucker, CRNP,burberry factory outlet, a nurse practitioner and former employee of the College; and Carol Johnson, one of the first African-American medical students at the College who now practices in Alabaster.
The keynote address, The Future of Diversity in Medical Education, will be given by Jeanette South-Paul, medical director of the Community Health Services Division of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and the Andrew W. Mathieson Professor and Chair of Family Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Health Sciences.
The evening segment will start with a recognition ceremony for Trailblazers of the College of Community Health Sciences, followed by a dinner and talk by Stone titled, “So You Want to be a Doctor.” There will also be mentoring activities for high-school students who are part of the College s Rural Health Leaders Pipeline programs.
The symposium is part of a year-long series of activities and events commemorating the 50th anniversary of the desegregation of UA in 1963. For more information, visit .

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, Alabama – Anna Nordqvist played the third round of the wearing a necklace inscribed “Carpe diem.” It was around her neck, but she took it to heart.
Nordqvist fired a tournament record 11-under-par 61 at Magnolia Grove’s Crossing Course on Saturday to launch herself into contention for her first LPGA victory since 2010.
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Nordqvist is tied for second with Jessica Korda, the second-round leader.
Sydnee Michaels’ 10-under-par 62 of the second round lasted one day as the tournament record. Before this year, the tournament record had been 8 under, accomplished three times.
In the third round, Nordqvist made 10 birdies, including holing out from 30 feet from the greenside bunker on No. 12,burberry outlet online, and an eagle on the par-5 13th. She broke the record even though she had a three-putt bogey on the par-3 14th.
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Nordqvist was 1 over in the first round and shot a 6-under 66 in the second. On Saturday, she hit all 14 fairways and used 26 putts to get through the round.
“I felt like I played pretty good the first day, just couldn’t get anything going,” she said, “and then 1 over after a couple bogeys late. But I’ve been feeling good with my game and finally had a good putting day for the first time in a couple of years.
“It’s one of those days where you feel like all your hard work, and your patience is paying off. You look back in the day, you see yourself with a lot of confidence and know you can do it and believe in yourself.”
Nordqvist felt good about her putting even on the Crossing Course’s deceptive greens.
“I think these greens are really tough to read,” she said. “I had a couple putts where I didn’t know if they were going to break right, going to break left, or there’s even a lot of double breakers. I just seemed to get those right today. I think that was huge. But I had good speed and when I connected with the line, obviously,burberry, I made them.”
Nordqvist birdied five straight holes – the third through seventh – picked up again with birdies on 10 and 11, eagled 13, then birdied 15, 16 and 17. She played the four par-5 holes in 5 under on Saturday.
“I hit it to like 10 feet on 13,” she said. “I made that one for eagle. Then I hit it to about 15 feet on 16. So it’s nice to have a couple, obviously, easier birdies or even get one to drop for eagle.”
The 61 was Nordqvist’s lowest competitive round as a pro. She had a 10-under round in a Ladies European Tour event in 2009.
So what happened on 14 to derail her 60 or even 59?
“I felt like my club kind of slipped in my hand a little bit and went long left,” Nordqvist said. “(Playing partner) Moira (Dunn) putted first, and I thought I had the line and I hit a really good putt, just stayed 3 feet short,burberry outlet, and then I just missed it right edge.”
Nordqvist was one of five golfers who shot 7 under or better in the third round. She thinks Sunday will be a shootout for the tournament title.
“I definitely think it’s going to require a low round,” she said. “I mean, there’s a lot of players out there that have been playing very good, so it’s going to be a fight. But no matter what happens, I think I learned a lot from this week.
“It’s fun being in the hunt, it’s fun being in contention, and having people watch. You know, that’s what you work hard for. It’s a lot more fun playing up there than playing for 50th or 60th. So it’s a good place to be.”Follow Mark Inabinett on Twitter:

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Songs by Alabama band, Little Big Town featured in group performances on ‘The Voice’ (video)
The Alabama band,burberry, from left: Jeff Cook, Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry. (The Birmingham News file/Hal Yeager)BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — When chooses the songs for group performances on is he in an Alabama frame of mind? Sure seems like it.Shelton’s team covered “Mountain Music” by the Alabama band on tonight’s results show. The rollicking tune was written by and released in 1982 by the group from Fort Payne. “Mountain Music” hit No. 1 on Billboard’s country chart, and became a signature song for the band.Earlier this season,burberry outlet, Shelton’s contestants sang “Boondocks” by ,burberry outlet online, a country group with Alabama ties. (It includes Jimi Westbrook of Sumiton and two other singers who met at Birmingham’s Samford University.) “Boondocks” hit the charts in 2005 and became the band’s first Top 10.Folks watching “The Voice” have seen our state represented by threehopefuls this season: of Orange Beach, of Mobile and of Birmingham. The first two were eliminated; among eight finalists.In the past, “American Idol” has been strongly linked to the state, with two winners ( and ) and two runners-up ( and ) from the Birmingham area. Now “The Voice” seems to be taking over as Alabama’s reality show du jour.

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