Employment StatusFull Time Minimum Knowledge & Skills Position TitlePolice Officer (3 positions) Physical Requirements Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Job Duties Quick Link to Share for Direct Access to Postinghttps://jobs.com.edu/postings/2067 Position TypeNon-Exempt Staff Provides safety and security for staff, students and visitors.Performs law enforcement duties in controlling and analyzing crimescenes, establishing order at traffic accidents and identifying andenforcing parking violations. High school diploma or GED .Current TCOLE mandated required training.Basic peace officer certification with at least two years of fulltime law enforcement experience. Proactive patrol of college properties to preserve law andorder.Responds to public safety emergencies, complaints, or concerns, andadministers proper procedures to ensure public safety.Conducts criminal investigations.Enforces parking and traffic regulations and controls and directstraffic.Inspects and maintains the physical security of college buildingsand facilities.Provides public assistance needs such as; jump starting andunlocking vehicles, courtesy escorts, and promulgating specialannouncements.Prepares applicable crime and incident reports for an assignedshift.Responds to and conducts traffic accident investigations.Participates in community service activities.Performs law enforcement duties required to serve the public andmaintain public safety.Completes all work assignment in a timely manner or by duedates. Associate’s degree in a related field of criminal justice.Active shooter response training or certification.Five years of full time law enforcement experience. Preferred Education/Training/Experience Must have an understanding and ability to interpret, apply andenforce the laws of Texas and U.S.Must have an understanding and ability to interpret and enforce COMpolicies.Must have an understanding of law enforcement principles andprocedures.Must have an understanding of crime prevention principles.Must have knowledge and the ability to apply defensive tactics inaccordance with the law.Must be proficient with the usage of firearms and knowledgeablewith the legal application of discharging a weapon.Must have a basic knowledge and the application of first aidprocedures.Must have the ability to analyze complex situations and use goodjudgment in making sound decisions.Must have the knowledge and skill to conduct interviews andinterrogations in the course of investigations.Must have a working knowledge of de-escalation principles.Must be able to maintain personal control when dealing withdifficult people.Must be computer literate and have proficient report writingskills.Must understand the principles of chain-of-command.Must be proficient with oral and written communication.Must have proficient interpersonal skills as applied to interactionwith coworkers, supervisors, and the general public.Must have the ability to convey information and to receive workinstructions. None Special Instructions to Applicant Have you had active shooter response training?YesNo Posting Will Be Open Until FilledYes Licensing/Certification Requirements Posting NumberAS140P College of the Mainland is an affirmative action/equal opportunityinstitution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,sex, age, national origin, religion, disability or veteranstatus.College of the Mainland does not discriminate on the basis ofdisability in the recruitment and admission of students, therecruitment and employment of faculty and staff, and the operationof its programs and activities, as specified by federal laws andregulations within Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and 1992. EEO Statement Contract LengthN/A Positions in this class typically require: running, climbing,balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching,standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping,feeling, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions.Very Heavy Work: Exerting in excess of 100 pounds of forceoccasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently,and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to moveobjects.Incumbents may be subjected to chemicals, vibrations, fumes, odors,inadequate lighting, work space restrictions, intense noises andtravel. Position Funding TypeRegular Mid Point Salary Range. * Do you have previous campus police experience?YesNo Posting Close Date Candidates Eligible to ApplyInternal/External – Valid driver’s license.- Valid peace officer’s license.- Basic peace officer certification.- Current on TCOLE training units. Posting Open Date09/29/2019 Our goal at College of the Mainland is to attract a highlyqualified and high-performing workforce by providing fair andequitable compensation. Each position is assigned a pay class andcorresponding salary range. The midpoint is normally the highestsalary at which candidates are hired.Please NOTE : All applications must contain complete job histories,which include job title, dates of employment (month/year), name ofemployer, supervisors name and phone numbers and a description ofduties performed. If this information is not submitted, yourapplication may be considered incomplete. Applications with “Seeattached” or “See resume” will not be accepted in lieu of acomplete application. Omission of data can be the basis fordisqualification; you may state “unknown” for any incompletefields. A scanned copy of unofficial transcript(s) must be attachedto the online application. Class Summary Minimum Education/Training/Experience Position Details Minimum Salary Range$42,172 Documents Needed to ApplyRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterTranscripts (1 of 3)Optional Documents * Have you ever received a dishonorable discharge from a lawenforcement agency?YesNo Preferred Knowledge & Skills Maximum Salary Range$52,715
Working TitleAssistant / Associate / Full Professor Application Process/Additional Information Required Qualifications Chief purpose of this position in support of above mission orgoal 1. Teaching:The faculty member may have teaching responsibilities in the areasof financial management, operations management, data analytics,health economics, health care systems, health policy,organizational theory, research methods, health equity, managementof health care organizations, or corporate strategy. Teachingresponsibilities also include mentoring doctoral students.2. Research:Faculty member must establish a nationally recognized researchprogram with a record of publication in refereed journals andexternal funding. They are expected to develop interdisciplinarycollaborations to enhance health services research at VCU .3. Service:Faculty member will serve on the departmental, College, and/orUniversity committees as necessary, as well as in a professionalcapacity in their field (e.g., reviewer, conference organizer,etc.). Diversity Statement InformationFor more information on diversity statements, includingguidelines, please click here . School/UnitCollege of Health Professions Proposed Hire Date07/01/2021 A terminal degree in a job-related field, such as healthservices research, financial management, health analytics,organization and management theory, organizational behavior, healtheconomics, or political science. Application Deadline Date02/08/2021 As a preeminent national, urban, public research university andacademic health center, Virginia Commonwealth University iscommitted to organizational diversity, equity and inclusion – anenvironment where all can thrive in their pursuit ofexcellence.Applicants are requested to submit a Statement of Contributions toDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion (typically between 150-300 words)providing your career aspirations and contributions towardpromoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. Through this statement,you can share how your lived experiences; and past, present, andfuture academic and professional activities have or will contributeto VCU’s mission of promoting equity and inclusion.Note: Examples include working with others to further thegoals of equity and inclusion; leading in any capacity thattangibly promotes an environment where diversity is welcomed,fostered, and celebrated; creative activity, research andscholarship that promotes equity and parity; teaching and mentoringstudents, and/or engaging with faculty and/or staff fromtraditionally underrepresented groups to create a positive andsuccessful organizational experience.If interested, please submit a curriculum vitae, cover letter,diversity statement (under the “other documents” section), and thenames and contact information of three professional references viaVCU eJobs at www.vcujobs.com.For more information, contact Dr. Laura McClelland, SearchCommittee Chair as [email protected] or 804-828-6064. Review ofapplications will begin on January 25, 2021 and continue until theposition is filled. Ability to teach financial management, health analytics,organizational theory, management of health care organizations,health economics, health equity, or applied health researchmethods. Grant funded position?No Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diversefaculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as afaculty member at VCU . Teaching experience at the graduate level. Mission or Goal of Unit Virginia Commonwealth University seeks to create a work environmentand organizational culture that reflect the diverse society andcommunity in which it is located and a climate for the success ofevery employee by appreciating the uniqueness that each one bringsto the workplace.The mission of the Department of Health Administration is to createthe most innovative, compassionate, and business-savvy leaders toreimagine healthcare. Building on our remarkable environment, ourextraordinary networks, and our legacy of excellence, we providethe knowledge, skills, and connections for tomorrow’s healthcareleaders through our innovative and business-focused approach. Position NumberF67150 Position TypeTeaching and Research Faculty Experience or high potential for effectively and inclusivelyeducating and mentoring students from under-represented minorityand/or historically marginalized communities. Preferred Qualifications Junior faculty members will be required to have an establishedresearch agenda and a clear potential for external funding, andpotential for scholarship or creative expression to complement andexpand existing expertise in the department. Based in Richmond, Virginia, the Department of HealthAdministration has a strong, 70-year legacy and is a premiereDepartment geared toward creating the most innovative,compassionate, and business-savvy leaders to reimagine healthcare.With the rapid evolution of healthcare, the Department’s curriculummust anticipate the future and provide the proper experiences forthe next generation of healthcare leaders.The Department of Health Administration in the College of HealthProfessions is seeking a colleague to lead and collaborate inresearch and scholarship, participate in service to the departmentand the university, and contribute to leadership in the profession.Dependent upon on qualifications and department need at the time ofhire, this position is eligible to be a 9-month or a 12-monthfaculty position. Date Posted01/11/2021 Open Until FilledYes RankOpen Tenure StatusTenure Eligible Number of Months12 DepartmentHealth Administration Is this employee on a H1B Visa? Posted Salary Type of SearchNational Senior faculty members will be required to have awell-developed scholarly/research portfolio with evidence ofmulti-disciplinary applications and external funding appropriate tocomplement and expand existing expertise in the department. Posting DetailsEmployees hired into Administrative and Professional positionsposted on or after July 1, 2017, will be governed by and, ifemployed on July 1, 2018 will move into the new University HumanResources System. For additional information, go tohttp://greatplace.vcu.edu. Record of external funding. Position Responsibilities Quick Linkhttps://www.vcujobs.com/postings/102670 Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationCurriculum Vitae (CV)Diversity Statement (Required for all Faculty)Optional Documents
Kicking off the Unreal Cake Campaign for 2011 is Disney, which has developed a cake technology so clever that it will no doubt prompt your photo cake printer to wave the flag and commit digital suicide. Disney was recently awarded a patent for interactive cakes using small pico projectors. Or to give you the full mouthful: “Projector Systems and Methods For Producing Digitally Augmented, Interactive Cakes and Other Food Products”.While the system would be able to project images on to the surface, it would also detect the topography of the cake. For example, each slice cut out could develop a story; if there’s a simulated lake image projected onto the cake, slicing into it would create a waterfall of projected water flowing down the missing section. Props could also be programmed to trigger projections, such as if Aladdin’s lamp were to be rubbed, a genie could be projected coming out. Or waving a wand might make Tinkerbell appear. Cute.It might be Stop the Week’s sick penchant for horror cakes, but we’re already thinking of some of some gruesome applications for a Halloween cake, where you literally stick the knife in.
High Mowing Seed Company Hires New Director of SalesHigh Mowing Seed Company, a certified organic farm and seed catalog company selling vegetable, flower, and herb seeds to commercial growers and home gardeners, based in Wolcott, Vermont, has hired Stephen Woodward as Director of Sales.Stephen Woody Woodward will serve as the new Director of Sales for High Mowing Organic Seeds in Wolcott, Vermont. Woody previously served as the project coordinator for the Medicinal Herbs for Commerce Project at North Carolina State University. He also worked as a commercial seedsman with Johnny’s Selected Seeds of Albion, Maine, for nearly ten years. Since 1996, High Mowing Seed Company has been dedicated to supporting healthy farming practices by providing organic growers with the highest quality, certified organic seed. They offer over 280 varieties of 100% certified organic vegetable, flower, cover crop, culinary and medicinal herb seeds. High Mowing is committed to finding and developing varieties that are specifically adapted to the needs of organic gardeners and farmers. For more information on High Mowing Seeds, visit www.highmowingseeds.com(link is external) or call 802-472-6174.###
I’m done for the day. The office has worn me down sufficiently for one nine-hour period. My head hurts from squinting at the computer screen, my body feels heavy from inactivity, and my back scolds me for sitting for so long.As I burst out of the door and into the evening sunshine and spring breeze, I spread my arms wide to soak as much of it in as possible. Every bit of radiation, every fresh, unfiltered oxygen molecule that passes over my skin… I thank it for waiting for me, and apologize for neglecting it all day from my fluorescent-lit cell. As I stroll towards my car, my bike smiles at me and quietly says, “I’m ready. Are you?”The grind. The man. The rat race. They have a way of sapping your energy and getting you down, but there is no better cure for that than pedaling into the woods and playing games with physics and nature. Time accelerates, and the duration of four favorite songs, played at excessive volume, finds me at the trailhead.As I downshift and begin pedaling up the hill to start my loop, all angst and negativity from the day has evaporated. Those same oxygen molecules now flow into my lungs, through my heart, and then on to the atrophied limbs that are screaming with joy for the exercise. Even brutal exertion feels more like a gift than a punishment on a day like today.I reach the summit after a 45-minute climb, take a sip of water, and stare out at the sunset and back at civilization. This is what I was put on Earth to do. That other thing…I only do that to allow me to experience places like this. My boss couldn’t track me down in a million years out here.Seat down, knee pads on, and I’m in reaction mode. The world around me turns to a blur as I focus on a descent that is very familiar, yet still remains one of my all-time favorites. Conditions are perfect. The recent rain has made the dirt beautiful and tacky, and I giggle as I put my foot out and drift around an off-camber corner. There is something very liberating about laughing out loud in spite of the fact that no one can hear you.Riding my bike is a humbling experience. Every corner, root, and jump is a puzzle that I can only partially solve. No human being has ever had a perfect run on any trail. There is always room for improvement and learning, and that is part of what keeps drawing me back for more.What is work? The events of the day until this point are nonexistent as my bike dances underneath me. New life is emerging all around as the grip of winter releases, and I travel alone at dusk in my place of sanctuary. I used to try to explain this feeling to non-riders. I have given up. The scope of human communication cannot accurately depict the feelings that it brings to me, nor can it describe the sense of satisfaction afterwards. As I dance with my partner in crime down the mountainside, it truly feels like a part of me.I triple over three roots, rail a corner, and shift my weight back as my suspension soaks up a rock garden. In the blink of an eye, my front tire hits a wet rock and swaps out. It’s scary how quickly crashes occur on a mountain bike, I’ve never experienced anything quite like it. Before I know what is happening, I have somehow wrapped my right leg all the way into the frame, and the bike and I are an intermingled heap as we accelerate towards the unforgiving ground.I see stars. My upper leg is crushed in a vice that the bike has somehow created. The pain is beyond anything that I have ever experienced. I tumble to a stop, and involuntarily scream in agony to the empty woods. My mind is racing to make sense of the situation; it all just happened so fast. As if on cue, a cold breeze hits my sweat-drenched neck to signal the onset of night.I lie back in the ferns and close my eyes. The pain is still unbearable, and my mind races to assess the situation. Who did I tell that I was coming out here? Nobody. Did I see anyone at the pull-off or on the trail? No. How long will it be before anyone knows I am gone? It’s five miles of singletrack to the nearest form of civilization.My leg is still throbbing in pain and beginning to turn the dark hue of a deep tissue bruise, but I did not feel or hear the horrible snap of a broken bone. Ten minutes of counting my blessings and gathering my thoughts on the forest floor, and I am back on my bike slowly rolling downhill.I exit the trail and turn onto the uphill fire road that will reunite me with my vehicle. The last hint of daylight is fading from the sky, and the warmth is quickly following suit. In spite of the shot of pain that accompanies every other pedal crank, the work keeps me warm.Sometimes, the knowledge of how something could have transpired is just as powerful as the actual events would have been. As I limp my bike up to the roof rack on my car, I do so with a dire awareness of what could have happened, and the peculiar feeling that I have some things yet to do in this life.In spite of the pressures that the world places on me, it is time to create a vocation for myself, rather than just a paycheck. My time on this earth is too short to do something that is not fulfilling.My parents had it right when they repeated to me, “Never confuse having a career with having a life.”
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Harry Fleischmann Jr.A Patchogue parolee is accused of ransacking and burning down the home of an Air National Guard reservist serving overseas, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said Tuesday.Harry Fleischmann Jr., 33, will be arraigned Tuesday on charges of burglarizing and burning down the home of Air National Guard Reservist Eric Carver on Dec. 27.Carver, who is also a New York State Trooper, is currently on active duty serving in Africa, officials said.Fleischmann, a convicted burglar on parole, “ransacked the victim’s house in the Swan Lake development in East Patchogue and stole Trooper Carver’s SUV, off-duty handgun, holster, some ammunition and a generator that Fleischmann found in a backyard shed,” Spota said, adding that his criminal history dates back to 1996.“He also found gasoline in the shed and poured the gas on a stairway leading from the rear door of the house to the main floor, tossing a match into the doorway,” he added.The blaze destroyed Carver’s rear door, melted the siding and destroyed his living room and kitchen, the district attorney said.The Suffolk County Police Pattern Crimes Unit arrested Fleischmann on Jan. 16, authorities said. Detectives also linked him to several commercial burglaries dating back to last year at gas stations in East Patchogue, Brookhaven, Islandia, and Rocky Point, and burglaries of a Medford car wash and a Bayport liquor store, officials said.“The thought that somebody came in here and did that was very scary,” said Debbie Roach of Swan Lake Civic Association whose group raised more than $20,000 to help Carver get back on his feet when he returns.The fundraiser was the brainchild of her 10-year-old son who gathered his Christmas money and bought bracelets that the civic association later sold for the fundraiser.When Roach first heard that someone was indicted for setting the blaze she felt “joy” and “relief,” she said.“It was a very scary thing,” Roach said of the break-in and fire, “we didn’t know if it was anyone” from the community.
He was also the Chief of Morale andWelfare Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel, J1, andAssistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence, G2, 8th Infantry Division,Philippine Army. (With a report from thePhilippine News Agency/PN) Vinoya is a member of the PhilippineMilitary Academy “Hinirang” Class of 1987. Vinoya replaced Major General DinohDolina who officially retired yesterday. The turnover of command was held atCamp Peralta, the headquarters of the 3ID in Jamindan, Capiz. He had served various significantpositions in the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to include being Chiefof Staff of the General Headquarters and Headquarters Service Command. Meanwhile, Major General Dinoh Dolinathanked “allthe people in the region, the local governments and stakeholders for thesupport given me for nearly two years of leadership here.” His older brother was Police ChiefSuperintendent Asher Dolina, a graduate of PMA Class 1984 and Brigadier GeneralTirso Dolina, Philippine Army chaplain. Dolina had been chief of the Army’sOffice of the Legislative Affairs, General Headquarters. Dolina was a seasoned combat officerwho rose from the ranks, being a platoon leader, company commander, battalioncommander, and later as brigade commander of the 802nd Infantry Brigade inOrmoc City, Leyte. Good governance is key to ending therebellion, he stressed, thus mayors and governors must “do their part…byensuring that their mandate is carried out as expected.” “Iam calling the leaders and members of the NPA to surrender now or suffer thefull force of the Spearhead Troopers,” he said. “We will do our best to meet the 2020deadline,” said Vinoya. Vinoya vowed tocontinue the programs of previous 3ID commanders and sustain the gains made,particularly in the anti-insurgency campaign. “If you don’t surrender, expect morecombat encounters in the next few weeks. All military units in our area ofresponsibility will be utilized to hunt you and hit you very hard,” he warnedthe rebels. To the rebels, he further said, “Youstill have a chance to leave the armed movement and go back to the fold of lawenjoying true freedom and various government basic services together with yourloved ones.” Hebecame the 3ID commander on Dec. 29, 2017. Asthen assistant division commander, he replaced the retiring Major General JonAying (now mayor of Sara, Iloilo). “Iam determined to accomplish the mission given me using the full force of thePhilippine Army. We are really serious in ending the insurgency. It is a menaceto society,” he said. A native of Palo, Leyte, he was amember of the Philippine Military Academy Class 1985 had two other brothers inthe armed service. “We must be more aggressive, proactiveand purposive in our efforts,” said Vinoya, citing President Rodrigo Duterte’sExecutive Order 70 on the whole-of-nation approach to end the insurgency. He appealed for support from localchief executives and the public in general. The 3ID troops must deal with sevenrebel fronts operating in 87 barangays, said Vinoya, who had served ascommander of Task Force Negros that ran after rebels in that island prior tobecoming the 3ID assistant division commander. The Communist Party of the Philippines– New People’s Army (CPP-NPA) has two options only, according to Vinoya:surrender and live peacefully or die for the “wrong principles.” ILOILO City – The target is to end theinsurgency by 2020, according to Brigadier General Eric Vinoya, new commanderof the Philippine Army’s 3rd Infantry Division (3ID) which operates in theislands of Panay and Negros.
Current manager Brendan Rodgers will give a reading, as will Everton boss Roberto Martinez. It is an emotional week for Liverpool, and a number of tributes were also held prior to Sunday’s game against Manchester City. Captain Steven Gerrard, whose 10-year-old cousin Jon-Paul Gilhooley was the youngest of the 96 victims, was in tears after his side’s 3-2 win over one of their main title rivals. Gerrard said: “The reason I was so emotional was because of when this game fell. “It wasn’t just because it was a big match in our season, it was because this week is always about more than football for everyone associated with Liverpool. It’s emotional for so many people. “I’m speaking on behalf of everyone when I say the win was dedicated to the victims and families of Hillsborough. “All the squad will be present at the service to pay our respects as we should.” During the service, the number ’96’ will be laid out on the pitch in large figures made up of scarves donated by fans of all clubs and from various sporting institutions. Liverpool’s players will be in attendance as Anfield hosts the annual memorial service for the victims of the Hillsborough disaster. Press Association Kenny Dalglish, manager at the time of the disaster, assisted in this initiative by writing to all 92 League clubs as well as the English, Northern Irish, Scottish and Welsh national teams for support. The inspiration for the idea came from the ‘mile of scarves’ formed between Anfield and Goodison Park a week after the disaster in commemoration in 1989. More than 4,000 scarves were tied together. The scarves will be donated to local good causes, including homeless charities, after the service by the Liverpool FC Foundation. Next week, a celebration of the lives of the 96 victims is planned with a charity match in support of the Hillsborough Family Support Group. A team of UK and Irish Liverpool legends, managed by Dalglish, will take on a side of international Reds greats, under the charge of Gerard Houllier. The commemorations come a fortnight after fresh inquests into the deaths of the 96 victims opened in Warrington. Tuesday marks the 25th anniversary of when 96 Liverpool supporters were killed at the Reds’ FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest in Sheffield. The whole Liverpool squad will be present along with directors, other staff and a number of former players and managers.
The University of Wisconsin football team is expected to discard Georgia State at Camp Randall Stadium Saturday like a can of Natural Light in a freshman dorm room.The No. 9 Badgers (2-0) are favored over the Panthers (0-2) by 35.5 points and have a 98.4 percent chance of winning, according to ESPN.UW released an extensive injury report on Thursday, revealing that the team will have to limp through Saturday’s contest, though it may not seem that way when the clock hits quadruple zeros.Senior running back Corey Clement is listed as questionable, and starting left guard redshirt freshman Jon Dietzen is out. Dietzen’s leg injury caused him to leave last week’s win over Akron early. Clement was limited in practice this week, playing in just the first half after a Zips defender tackle forced him to re-tape both of ankles on the bench.Football: Third-down success on both sides of ball key for No. 9 Wisconsin moving forwardIt’s no secret that third down is the most important down in football. Usually, the team that converts the majority Read…If Clement is not available, he will miss an opportunity to go up against one of the worst run defenses in the country. The Panthers have allowed an average of 394.5 points per game (ranking 128th in the country) on the ground through their first two games this season.The defense also concedes an average of 5.8 yards per carry.“I thought that we were horrible,” Georgia State’s fifth-year head coach Trent Miles said on a conference call with reporters this week. “I didn’t think we played well. We didn’t play good football, [including the] fundamentals and basics of blocking and tackling and kicking and throwing and catching. We’ve got to fix that if we want to be a competitive football team.”On the defensive side of the ball for the Badgers, the Wisconsin secondary continues to take hits. After learning that UW would lose Natrell Jamerson for four to six weeks Sunday, it appeared as though true freshman Caesar Williams could see some reps at the third corner spot. That won’t happen as he will be out Saturday. Expect junior Lubern Figaro or redshirt freshman Titus Booker to take his first meaningful snaps in Jamerson’s place.True freshman wide receiver A.J. Taylor will return kicks for the Badgers Saturday, even after head coach Paul Chryst said earlier in the week that Clement was a “viable option” for the task. Clement was listed above Taylor at the kick returner spot on the team’s depth chart released Monday.The Badger secondary’s biggest challenge Saturday, other than finding a suitable replacement for Jamerson, will be stopping Georgia State receiver Robert Davis. Davis ranks eighth among FBS active leaders in receiving yards (2,563) and 13 in receptions (166).Also out for Saturday’s game are freshman defensive lineman Billy Hirschfield (leg), fifth-year senior wide receiver Reggie Love (infection) and redshirt freshman linebacker Nick Thomas (leg).Georgia State is in just its fifth-year as a Division I FBS program. The Panthers managed only two wins in their first three years of existence but broke out last year with a (6-7) record to earn Miles the Sun Belt Coach of the Year honors along with an appearance in the Cure Bowl.Game information (TV, radio, time)When: 11 a.m.Where: Camp Randall Stadium. Madison, Wisconsin.TV: Big Ten Network (Brandon Gaudin, Chuck Long).Radio: Badgers Sports Network; Sirius 81/XM 81 (Matt Lepay, Mike Lucas, Mark Tauscher).
It was lopsided from the very beginning.Who would have thought, that in a battle between The Badger Herald — the independent bastion of freedom and journalism in Madison — and the dAiLy CaRdInAl, the University of Wisconsin State Run Media, it would all come down to something as simple as the Weather app?For those unfamiliar, the Weather app is able to use groundbreaking technology — synthesizing the power of the cellphone, the internet and years of meteorological data — to predict the weather. It was the Gentle Clowns’ familiarity with this apparatus and an unconfirmed hot tip from Al Roker, that allowed the Herald to demand that the softball game be postponed from last weekend.This seemed to not sit well with the staff over in the cramped, poorly lit (one would assume that an inability to properly read content is the only explanation for their weekly bowel-movement-in-newspaper-form disservice to the university) office down in the ugly undercarriage of Vilas.They bleated and crowed. They warbled out something about a “brouhaha,” which incidentally was the closest thing to a pertinent multisyllabic phrase uttered by the birds in years.After all, who wouldn’t want to play softball in the freezing rain? The Gentle Clowns, that’s who.Regardless of scheduling concerns, it’s always Hamm’s O’Clock when the Herald is on the case and our four-person staff will have polished off the keg before the Cardinal can say “free rent.”Now, for the game itself.The Herald is marching out the finest lineup this side of Bascom Hill has ever seen.First, upper management. With this three-headed monster of editorship, who is best described as “literate,” at the helm — there is no chance we will lose.Alice Vagun is the head honcho responsible for outdrinking whatever the largest pigeon at the Cardinal is called. We have faith. Fun fact about Alice is that she was the first person to rhyme “Insane” with “Batman”, and Childish Gambino owes her royalties every time “Freaks and Geeks” plays.Managing Editor Yusra Murad was recently awarded “Roast of the year”, thanks to her performance in the DM’s of the Dirty Bird last week.Managing Editor Teymour Tomsyck is as tall as he is apathetic, need we say more?Now, for the infantry:Batting first will be second baseman Lucas “I made a game-saving play in eighth-grade little league” Johnson.Rounding out the top third of the lineup will be outfielders Will “I’m currently writing this and uncomfortable” Stern and Danny “Has been the sports editor longer than he has been the sports editor” Farber.At cleanup will be third baseman Molly “Can’t get Kevin Jonas to leave her alone” Liebergall followed by shortstop Peyton “I will shove this oxford comma so far up your-” David.Batting sixth is the power hitting Henry “There is no ethical consumption in baseball” Solotaroff-Webber.At DH and up seventh will be Emily “Narrowly avoided a pyramid scheme” Hamer followed by Outfielder Riley “There will Pinot mercy” Steinbrenner.Next will be the catcher Ben “Knows almost every rule of baseball from a high school class” Sefarbi.The lineup will end with our best-underhanded pitcher Jeremy “God’s plan” Frodl.Not to mention our secret weapons which will be revealed when the time comes. We wish the Dirty Birds luck, or rather, better luck than they had last week at the WNA Awards.