As an important geographic feature of this region, the Red River has lent its name to a valley, a Civil War campaign, and a famed college football rivalry between the Longhorns of Texas and the Sooners of Oklahoma. But college pride has not been the only source of controversy between Texas and Oklahoma regarding the Red River. The River has been the cause of numerous historical conflicts between the two States, leading to a mobilization of their militias at one time, Oklahoma v. Texas, 258 U. S. 574, 580 (1922), and the declaration of martial law along a stretch of the River by Oklahoma Governor "Alfalfa Bill"Murray at another, see Okla. H. Res. 1121, 50th Legislature, 2d Sess. (2006) (resolution commemorating "AlfalfaBill" Murray’s actions during the "Red River Bridge War"). Such disputes over the River and its waters are a natural result of the River’s distribution of water flows.
"Claiborne missed a practice during his rookie year because of a migraine and said he has had a problem with them since high school. He said he has not attempted to figure out why he gets the migraines. "
He's going to IR. I had high hopes for Butler, really thought was his year to break out. He's always seems humble and like a good kid.
At around the 16 minute mark, he talks about how much what's said in the press matters to him. Also, he comments on that top 100 players list; apparently, no one he knows was asked to vote.
Dave Dameshek is joined by NFL.com’s "Around the League" head-honcho Gregg Rosenthal to talk about Tim Tebow joining the Patriots, the East Coast-West Coast NFL divide, best Super Bowl matchups and which physical sense they could most easily sacrifice if need be. Then Dave turns his attention to record-setting Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten to talk about Jason’s ranking on NFL Network’s "Top 100 Players of 2013" list and which NFC East team he most enjoys defeating.
The mothership discusses reason to resign lee before regular season. Then they have a counterpoint for not resigning.
Next time you think we have issues...dang, lookin' rough in Jacksonville if this is the case.
He had a plea deal worked out to avoid jail. But after the butt slap the judge refused to accept it and sent him to jail instead.
Despite being drafted in the third round by the New York Giants in the 2010 NFL Draft, it is that "second sport" that is giving Jones another shot at professional athletics. After a 2010 car accident where Jones shattered his fibula and tibia, the former LSU star was never able to return to form. He was cut by the Giants in May of 2012 after failing to pass a physical. Last week, however, Jones began a return to professional sports when the Cincinnati Reds drafted him in the 9th round of the MLB Draft. This is the third time Jones has been drafted to play baseball.