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The rewards could be extensive powers over transport including to run bus services planning, housing, the police and to integrate health and social care budgets.

City regions could also win an ‘earn back’ deal, allowing them to retain huge tax revenues from economic growth, perhaps to fund transport improvements.

But, in return, they would have to agree to a metro mayor, with an election as early as 2017 a shake up that would be imposed without a referendum of local voters.

Mr Osborne is also keen to talk with the five Tees Valley councils Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland and Stockton on Tees.

A metro mayor there would rule Leeds, Bradford, Kirklees, Calderdale, Wakefield and possibly as far as York, which is an associate member.

But Simon Henig, Durham’s Labour leader, has suggested it is unrealistic for one individual to run “an area from Newton Aycliffe to Berwick, which must be about 100 miles”.

And yesterday, Newcastle’s leader Nick Forbes, speaking at a devolution event in London, accused the Chancellor of putting up “unnecessary and impossible hurdles”.
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the north East as 20 per cent of secondary schools fall below benchmark

THE Government has been accused of neglecting the North East after the region was shown to have a higher proportion of under performing secondary schools than anywhere else in England.

More than a fifth of schools (20.9 per cent) fell below new ‘floor’ standards for Key Stage 4 which also took into account new tougher GCSEs in English and maths taken by pupils last summer.

In Darlington where every school is now an academy youngsters are generally meeting national standards by year six at primary school, but evidence shows some begin to falter once they reach secondary school.

The organisation Schools NorthEast, which has a network of 1,250 schools, said the Department for Education (DfE) had neglected the North East and the region’s secondary schools were not operating on a level playing field.

Twelve ‘Opportunity Areas’ have been designated by the DfE to share 72m in order to drive up attainment and boost opportunities for young people.

But while other regions have benefitted from the initiative,
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the North East has not been included.

Mike Parker, director of Schools NorthEast, said: “These results have to be seen in the context of a significant overhaul of GCSEs which experts predicted would see more schools go below the floor standard.

“That said, we have to be more ambitious for educational outcomes here in the North East and there are three main areas that have to be urgently addressed.

“North East schools are operating with a fraction of the money that London schools enjoy, they face a recruitment crisis and they face some of the most challenging conditions in a sparsely populated region with widespread poverty which is proven to be the major drag on education attainment.”

Darlington MP Jenny Chapman said a fresh wave of academy schools seen recently had not succeeded in making any impact on standards.
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Say you live at Unit 1 and constantly eat at Pappy or Crossroads. To you, La Val is probably unheard of. Or maybe you an engineering major and you live in an apartment next to Cory and Soda Halls. You might notknow what Sather Lane even is. Campus is big, and exploring it probably isn your favorite pastime when presented with rare free time. Here a quick outline of what the north, west, south and east sides of campus offer, so you can get out of your comfort cardinal direction and enjoy campus to its fullest! In case you in a rush, a tl;dr too long; didn read is provided at the end of each review.

Some campus buildings: Cory Hall, Sutardja Dai Hall, North Gate Hall, Tolman Hall, Koshland Hall, Soda Hall, Etcheverry Hall, Stebbins Hall, Euclid Hall, Hoyt Hall and Goldman School of Public Policy

Notable food/cafes: La Val Brewed Awakening, Northside Cafe, Chez Panisse, Cheese Board Pizza, Menchie La Burrita, Celia Mexican Restaurant, Stuffed Inn, Hummingbird Cafe andsmall restaurantsin Hearst Food Court

Nearby locations: (Some) Foothill residence halls, Graduate Theological Union, Jesuit School, Yun Lin Temple, Pacific School of Religion and Berkeley Student Cooperative central office

tl;dr It relaxed and less rushed than most areas on campus. There are many residential areas, and more calm humansrather than stressed out students. It quiet and quaint, with a cozyfeel to all the restaurants and cafes and several religious groups represented in the surrounding area.

Some campus buildings: Barker Hall, Li Ka Shing Center, Genetics and Plant Biology Building, Mulford Hall, Morgan Hall and Valley Life Sciences Building

Notable food: Sliver Pizzeria, Ippuku, Top Dog, Bongo Burger, Starbuck Coffee, Purple Kow, Thai Noodle, Paris Baguette, Sandwich Spot, BOBO Drinks, Pat Brown Yali Cafe, Sunny Side Cafe, La Note and Toss

Nearby locations: Downtown Berkeley BART station, Games of Berkeley, Trader Joe Verizon Wireless, Shattuck Cinemas, Mike Bikes of Berkeley, Body Time, Berkeley Public Library and various banks

tl;dr There are many tall buildings, along with people rushing everywhere and getting on and off public transportation. There an evensplit between classy dining and delicious fast food, and there much more of a bustling city feel. It pretty much theonly place around campus where you find some chain restaurants and name brands.

Some campus buildings: Sproul Hall, Barrows Hall, Boalt Hall, Hearst Memorial Gym, Wurster Hall, Kroeber Hall and Zellerbach Hall

Notable food: Pappy Grill and Sports Bar, Sheng Kee, Top Dog, Chipotle, San Francisco Soup Company, Yogurtland, Pieology, The Melt, CREAM, Cafe Durant, Pasta Bene, Crossroads and Cafe 3 (for meal points). Down into the Elmwood district there Ici, Elmwood Cafe, Summer Kitchen and Bake Shop, La Mediterranee and Trattoria La Siciliana

Nearby locations: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Recreational Sports Facility, Tang Center, residence halls, People Park, Underhill Field, Zellerbach Playhouse, Sather Lane, the Asian Ghetto, Cal Student Store (both of them), Career Center, Urban Outfitters, American Apparel and Zee Zee Copy. Down into the Elmwood district there Jeremy Goorin Bros. Hats, Lululemon Athletica, Jeremy Your Basic Bird and Dream Fluff Donuts

Some campus buildings: Haas School of Business, Lewis Hall, Latimer Hall, Pimentel Hall, Stanley Hall, Bowles Hall and Hildebrand Hall

Nearby locations: The Big C, UCBotanical Garden at Berkeley, Lawrence Hall of Sciences, Frat Row area on and aroundPiedmont Avenue, Clark Kerr Campus, Foothill residencehall, California Memorial Stadium and Hearst Greek Theatre

tl;dr There are a lot of nature and hiking options available. It the quietestof all four sides, except when there are concerts and on weekends on Frat Row. Hike up to Cheapskate Hill for a free view of performers on concertnights. There is great dining hall food at Foothill dining commons. It feels isolated and above the rest of Berkeley and, to some extent, it is.
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Environmental NGOs have good working relationships with the government as compared to NGOs working on issues such as human rights, but the political commitment to environmental policies and laws is sometimes unpredictable.International financial assistance will be critical for improving policy implementation capacity.Environmental NGOs play a significant role in environmental management in Ethiopia.”How Environmental Policy Facilitates or Constrains the Activities of Environmental NGOs in Ethiopia” is the first chapter in Environmental Policy Review 2011, a report produced by the Environmental Policy Group in the Environmental Studies Program at Colby College in Waterville, Maine.In the 20 years since the overthrow of the Derg regime, new formalized environmental institutions have been established in Ethiopia, including environmental legislation covering an array of environmental issues. This chapter explores the historical and current context of environmental institutions and their interactions with environmental non governmental organizations (NGOs) in Ethiopia.Key informant interviews from multiple stakeholders provide different but consistent perspectives on the relationships between environmental NGOs and Ethiopian environmental policy. While environmental policies exist in Ethiopia, problems in implementation are pervasive. This implementation gap has meant that many policies that appear “good on paper” have resulted in few tangible environmental outcomes on the ground. In the face of this problem, environmental NGOs have played a significant role in supporting improved environmental management in Ethiopia. Case studies highlighting two domestic environmental NGOs, Forum for Environment (FFE) and Concern for Environment (CFE), further illustrate the different possible roles of environmental NGOs in Ethiopia and provide insights into the potential of the environmental NGO sector going forward.Until recently, the Ethiopian government’s relationship with NGOs has been characterized by an aversion to “independent citizen activism,” with the exception of periods of necessity during environmental and human crises. But the strength and diversity of the NGO sector has increased significantly since the 1990s and environmental NGOs are now playing an increasing role. In the context of the government’s limited fiscal and expert resources for environmental management, efforts should be made to improve both government and NGO implementation capacity on all levels. Specific policy recommendations include: (1) strengthening government NGO partnerships, including locally/regionally based NGOs in environmental policy dialogue, project implementation and information/resource exchanges; and (2) attracting international financial assistance for government and NGOs to increase short term implementation capacity.Ethiopia is one of the most important biodiversity hotspots of the world, but also one of the most degraded (FFE, 2011b; Conservation International, 2007; McKee, 2007). The country faces numerous environmental challenges such as deforestation, soil erosion, loss of biodiversity, and declines in soil fertility and water quality (FFE, 2011a; Bekele, 2008; EPE, 1997). These problems pose significant risks for Ethiopian citizens since as emphasized in the 1997 Environmental Policy of Ethiopia “natural resources are the foundation of the economy.”Political, social, and economic challenges can both contribute to and be exacerbated by environmental degradation. Much of Ethiopia’s population is dependent upon on the environment as their principal source of income (HoAREC, 2011; US DOS, 2011; McKee, 2007; EPE, 1997). This leads to a cycle of environmental degradation and poverty: to survive, people “are forced to disregard the long term well being of the environment and thus degrade it further” (MoFED, 2002, p. 121). Recurrent droughts, famines, poor infrastructure and periods of political unrest serve as additional challenges for environmental management within Ethiopia (Ogbaharya Tecle, 2010; EPE, 1997).The Environmental Policy of Ethiopia (EPE) and the 2002 Sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction Program (SDPRP) attribute the prevalence of poverty in part to low growth and low productivity of agriculture and to the populace’s dependence on agriculture and natural resources. The EPE states that agriculture is the main source of variability and stagnation in economic growth (1997). As one of the most dependent countries on foreign aid, limited fiscal resources impact Ethiopia’s ability to address these issues (ICNL, 2011). At the same time, as the current government of Ethiopia has only been in place since 1995, Ethiopia faces not only the economic development challenges of any low income country, but also the challenge of creating a new government institutional structure so that it can best serve its citizens’ needs.The manner in which environmental issues are addressed in the coming years will have a significant influence on the well being of the Ethiopian people, and on surrounding nations whose ecosystems are “dynamically interlinked” with Ethiopia (McKee, 2007). In this context, the development of strong institutions and networks is a necessity to address environmental degradation and management of natural resources. This chapter assesses the strengths and weaknesses of environmental institutions in Ethiopia and explores how environmental NGOs might help strengthen both written environmental policy and policy implementation.Institutions are “humanly devised constraints that structure human interaction” (North, 1994, p. 360). They consist of formal constraints,
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(rules, laws, constitutions), informal constraints (norms of behavior, conventions, and self imposed codes of conduct), and their associated enforcement characteristics (North, 1994). The structure of environmental institutions in Ethiopia frames the ways in which environmental problems are approached and in turn, the extent to which tangible results are produced. Although past legislation has addressed natural resource management, formalized environmental institutions such as management bodies and comprehensive environmental policies are relatively new within Ethiopia (FFE, 2010; McKee, 2007).A key component of environmental management is how policies, once adopted, are carried out. The concept that “policies gain force through implementation” applies directly to environmental policy (Weimer Vining, 2005). The issuance of a policy establishes the problem at hand, and how it should be addressed. Implementation meanwhile refers to “the efforts made to execute the policies efforts that don’t always achieve the intended goals” (Weimer Vining, 2005). Eugene Bardach developed a metaphor for understanding policy implementation that provides a way of conceptualizing the environmental policy process (Figure 1.1). Bardach’s metaphor likens implementation to a machine in order for it to work all, of the parts must be assembled and kept in place. To begin, a working machine (effective policy) is dependent upon proper design (correct theory); without this, the “machine” will not work, and the desired policy results will not be achieved (Weimer Vining, 2005). If the correct design (effective policy) is in place, but the necessary parts for policy implementation (essential policy elements) are either lacking or unreliable, then the machine (policy) will be ineffective (Weimer Vining, 2005).Figure 1.1 Bardach’s machine metaphor, based on Weimer Vining, 2005; Bardach, 1977.The problem of implementation is driven by these essential policy elements, which consist of: (1) the willingness of persons or organizations to comply with the policy; and (2) the ability of persons or organizations to enforce approved policies, dependent upon resources and competence (Weimer Vining, 2005).Another aspect of policy implementation concerns cooperation. Cooperation becomes a factor in projects large in scope and scale that can involve many actors (Heikkila Gerlak, 2005). In short, environmental policy implementation can be extremely complex, often crossing traditional administrative boundaries and requiring a great deal of knowledge and expertise. Actors in environmental policy issues range from government bodies (at federal, regional, and local levels) to civil society organizations (CSOs), academics, scientists, think tanks, corporations, and the general public.One prominent set of actors in low income countries is the non governmental organization (NGO) sector. As described by a World Bank report, “NGOs represent an important element in the political and economic transformation of Ethiopia sought by its people and government” (Clark, 2000, p. 2). Given the relatively recent emergence of formalized environmental institutions in Ethiopia, and considering the capacity of environmental NGOs to address environmental issues on the ground level, it is perhaps no surprise that environmental NGOs appear to play a significant role in the area of environmental management. At the same time, since environmental NGOs must work within the national environmental policy context, they provide a unique perspective into the workings of the Ethiopian environmental policy system.The environment will continue to be one of the most important determinants of Ethiopia’s welfare in the future (EPE, 1997). Environmental NGOs play an important role in policy development and implementation, acting as instruments of change in improving environmental quality and institutions. Despite this, there has been relatively little research on the roles of environmental NGOs. This analysis represents one of the first efforts to contextualize the work of environmental NGOs in Ethiopia within a policy framework.In order to gather background and historical information, an extensive literature review explored the evolution of environmental policy and institutions, and the current state of NGOs in Ethiopia.Semi structured interviews and correspondence with environmental and legal experts provided additional insights into environmental institutions in Ethiopia. To gain a comprehensive understanding of my topic,
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I sought informants from multiple different stakeholder groups.

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this has been said since Noah ark story. we are not ending until we end. I have had 5 different times in my life where people sold everything cause the world was ending and I have one question do they need the money Buy their way into heaven or out of hell? Religion or not. We have had civilizations decimated for thousands of years that is why we keep digging up pots, bones, and walls. When and if the end of the world strikes is not going to keep me from protecting children, feeding the hungry, helping people look for jobs and finding something to smile about each day. Doom and gloom isnt going to help any one. That is what Christianity is suppose to be all about, being good shepherds to this world and those that live in it. Try it some time,
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oh, it is in the Bible, both old and new testaments.

rawr, why don you do something with your life? Same question that you asked another poster. Fact is that you have so much hate in your life that you have to come on sites like this and try to bully people while you hide behind your computer.

Are you a communist also? You want to attack people for their belief Who died and left you in charge? If you don believe in a god of any kind, that is fine, but you have no right to belittle people who do have a belief in a supreme God.
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Joy Hill and Lindsey Rezin had been outside the new Earth Fare in Lakewood Ranch for seven hours by the time it opened for the first time on Saturday.Hill wanted some essential oils and Rezin was eyeing some kale. As one of the first 500 shoppers inside, they each get a gift card. One of the 500 given out that morning would be worth $1,000.What they were really after, though, was a little camaraderie. Saturday about a half an hour before the new, 23,500 square foot health centric grocer at Lakewood Ranch Boulevard and State Road 70 was set to open.By then, more than 550 people had joined them in line a figure that well surpasses the turnouts from when Earth Fare competitors, Sprouts Farmers Market and Lucky Market, opened their first stores in the area last year.That $1,000 gift card would be nice, they told me, but this was more about a night out for them than that 1 in 500 shot at the big prize.Hill,
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32, has seven children between the ages of 1 and 12 at home, and Rezin, 33, has four between 2 and 9. They knew each other through church and had been meaning for a while to carve out a time to really talk. That not an easy thing to do with big, busy families, they told me, and waiting in line to get into Southwest Florida newest grocery store seemed as good of a time as any.might come home with a $10 or $5 card, but we get to be out, Hill said.So they set up camp at the store at midnight. This was all new territory for Rezin. She never even shopped Black Friday; but Hill had dabbled in grand openings before. She once spent the night at a new Smoothie King for a chance at free smoothies for a year.They had a solid three hours to themselves in front of the store to laugh off the funny looks they got from the grocer floor cleaners working inside, play a game of Monopoly and finally have that talk.Earth Fare official tally ballooned to 842 people, and shoppers were still waiting to get inside about a half hour after the ribbon cutting.I caught back up with Hill and Rezin about five minutes or so after they been in the store to see how they done with the gift card giveaway.Both their baskets were empty. One was holding a $25 gift card and the other hadn even checked to see what was on hers.The $1,
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000 gift card ended up going to a high school student who was excited to spend it all on chocolate.

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UFO / CCUFO SightingsUFO AlertsCrop CirclesCrop Circles 2Crop Circles 3VideosFeatured VideosZeta Movie IZeta Movie IIZeta Movie IIII like to catch the sunrise of spring equinox.On the day, 1 week before the spring equinox, when the summer time began, the sun rose too far north and so on.On the day of the spring equinox, the sunrise time was not different.On the next day of the spring equinox and after, the sunrise time has been different 5 minutes around, before that day had been different 10 minutes around.On Mar 28, the sunrise time was different 15 minutes around, and the difference for high and low temperature of one day was about 30F. On Mar 29, I couldn’t catch the sunrise time, but the temperature difference was almost same as on 28.John Smith, from Utah, just posted on the 2/16 Q this:Also last night I was studying the sunset and as the sun reached the horizon it was partially obscured behind a tree in the distance. As I watched I was startled because instead of continuing its descent and disappearing behind the tree, the sun moved to the right of the tree so I could see the whole orb, and then it went down! Is this an indication that the wobble is becoming moreerraticor even jerky? If so what is its significance?Notice that just as Mrs. Sakamaki’s sunrise moved along the horizon as sunrise, as the globe moved from the Italy position to the Americas position, John is finding the sunset move dramatically at sunset, apparently moving more deeply into the Americas position. If this type of thing is happening, we should be seeing a LOT more of it!
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Despite several decades of active research in the Himalaya, models to describe its evolution remain controversial. One favoured model, known as ‘Channel Flow’ suggests that flow of an active weak magmatic channel beneath Tibet and the High Himalaya can, in part, explain the tectonics and evolution of mountain building a fundamental question in the Earth Sciences. Importantly, the Channel Flow model also suggests a strong link between tectonics, surface processes and climate, resulting in a new field of critical research that examines feedback mechanisms between the Asian Monsoon, erosion of the Himalaya and exhumation of the Himalaya frontal range.

The concept of channel flow is defined by fluid dynamics and is well developed. It is only within the last few years though that it has been taken up by geodynamicists to explain how orogenic belts, such as the Himalayan chain, may evolve. In order to critically examine the channel flow model this project aims to provide important microstructural and strain data by utilizing the new 1M scanning electron microscope (SEM) and electron microprobe (EMP) facilities within the School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds. These data will also be used to characterize the seismic properties of the Greater Himalayan Slab, which will aid the geophysical identification of weak magmatic channels in active and inactive collisional orogenic belts.

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Fieldwork will include one season in the Everest region collecting low level samples from the Greater Himalayan Slab. Additional samples, taken in a vertical transect from Everest basecamp to its summit, have already been acquired. The project and fieldwork will involve collaboration with Prof. Rick Law (Virginia Tech, USA) who has many years of field experience in the Himalaya and the Everest region. Training will be provided in field mapping and structural analytical techniques, including use of the Schools’ new state of the art SEM/EBSD and microprobe.

Law, RD;
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Searle, MP; Godin, L Eds (2006) Channel Flow, Ductile Extrusion and Exhumation in Continental Collision Zones. J GEOL SOC LONDON SPEC PUB, 268, 632 pp. ISBN: 978 1 86239 209 0.

Lloyd, GE; Butler, RWH; Casey, M; Mainprice, D (2009) Mica, deformation fabrics and the seismic properties of the continental crust, EARTH PLANET SC LETT, 288, 320 328.
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Local KI BOIS employees were shocked after a Wednesday meeting in which some were told they would either be laid off or reclassified by the end of the week.

An email sent to 45 KI BOIS Community Action Foundation Inc. employee email accounts and the Head Start Centers’ email accounts states the organization has implemented a hiring freeze, will cut or reclassify part time teacher aides and implement layoffs in the coming weeks, among other changes in store for the Washington Head Start Center in McAlester.

KI BOIS Head Start Director Donna Carolan said the move was part of several cuts the organization is making to continue providing as many of its services to its eight county coverage area.

“We are tightening our belts to ensure we function inside our budget,” Carolan told the News Capital on Thursday.

KI BOIS Chief Operating Officer Larry Hall said the organization could potentially cut five to six positions across its eight county service base including the main location in Stigler among other reductions.

He said the Head Start program at Washington Early Childhood Center has six classes and is one of the organization’s larger centers.

Hall added as costs continue to rise and grant funding remains levels, the organization decided to make cuts that ensured service to about 1,500 children across all programs.

“One hundred percent of children we serve now will continue to be served through our programs,” Hall said. Jan. 17 and it reads as follows:

“Please make all staff aware of the following information.

In view of current/future budget shortages the following decisions have been made:

1. Immediate hiring freeze.

2. Starting Monday, January 22: Part time Aides will be laid off or re classified as substitutes. PTAs are only to be used as subs. They may work as in Pre K classrooms to cover for PS teachers break or planning times. And in the absence of a full time staff. Not as a 3rd staff in a classroom. Please contact Stigler or Tahlequah office if you need further information.

3. There will be layoffs coming within the next few weeks. Some staff may be reassigned to other positions in order to keep their employment. Others may be terminated and may draw their unemployment. These may apply for any future job vacancies if they choose.

4. Monthly Parent Meetings are suspended until the End of the Year Recognition Event in April or May.

5. Field trips are suspended for the remainder of the school year.

6. There will be restructuring of future training events. Any suggestions concerning this will be welcomed.

More information will be coming soon. If you have questions or concerns, please email me.

I will appreciate your patience and understanding during this difficult period.”

Sandra Adkins, a family service worker at Washington Early Childhood Center, told the News Capital that employees at the center were told not to comment on the situation.

McAlester Public Schools partners with KI BOIS to help operate and staff both the Washington Early Childhood Center and the Jefferson Early Childhood Center.

MPS agreed in 2016 to hand over costs of the Washington Early Childhood Center to KI BOIS in a move that then Superintendent Monte Madewell said would save the district $150,000. KI BOIS currently rents the facility from MPS which takes on maintenance and climate control responsibilities.

MPS Superintendent Randy Hughes said school employees need not worry about job security and the school will look into helping the KI BOIS program financially.

“We will do what we have to do to keep our classrooms the way they are,” Hughes said.

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matchup against the Flyers.

The Eagles (2 3/1 1 PFL) will face a Flyer (3 2/1 1) team that has defeated them seven straight seasons.

“We have to strive to get better on a few things, and if we can do that I’ll probably be pretty happy with the outcome,” said head coach Rob Tenyer. “It comes down to this, in our eyes each week you prepare for a new opponent and you go out and try to execute your game plan.”

Morehead State is coming off a come from behind win over Valparaiso (29 26) last weekend at home,
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while Dayton heads into this week’s contest fresh off a 35 10 win over Drake.

“Stop the run,” Tenyer added. “Stop the run on early downs and be physical on both sides of the ball.”

Dayton rushed for more than 300 yards last week against Drake and averages 145 yards per outing. Tailback Tucker Yinger averages 86 yards per game, having played in just three games. Quarterback Alex Jeske throws for 175 yards per game with four TDs.

The Eagles counter with the one two punch of senior quarterback Austin Gahafer and senior slot receiver Jake Raymond. Raymond has 328 yards and two scores in the last two weekends and needs just 17 more yards to break Donte Sawyer’s career yardage record of 2,555.

Last year’s MSU Dayton matchup proved to be an exciting contest with UD rallying for a 20 15 win in Morehead.
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