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A 50th college football national champion meets an undefeated conference champion and the most league wins in. high school history to play for the Class 3A state title. Here’s what to look out for in Auburn’s matchup with No. 1 Winter Park.
Winter Park, Fla., is one of the powerhouses in the state Class 3A-I am going to be one of the No. 1 teams in the state and I’m not going to let nobody stand in my way.»
Photo by John Amparan
One of five AP first-team all-state selections in the state, Winter Park’s star quarterback Matt Henchy and running back Glenn Wright each return for another run at the state title.
The win was Winter Park’s ninth in the past 10 meetings in the first round and its first road win over a top-ranked opponent since 1958.Winter Park 118,
BUTLER, Ind., Nov. 26 – Freshmen John DeMarios have everything they need to have the dream college football career. They are all-American juniors, starring for No. 4 Butler, and with 2 1/2 months until the first college game, they are just asking for their chance in the spotlight.
Before the college football season begins, there is a list of freshman who could grab the attention of schools nationwide.
Ranked by Scout.com as the No. 4-ranked team in the country, the Bulldogs have four or five freshmen who could make an impact before the season starts.
«We are looking for four or five freshman who could be impact players this year. We have plenty of other guys who are good enough to be starters. We want a quarterback, a center or a center guard who can step in right away. We are looking for one or two freshmen receivers to step in and be reliable targets,» first-year head coach Gregg Nibert said.
At the top of the list is quarterback Alec Brenner, a three-year starter at Butler. Brenner has set school records for passing yardage (6,904) and touchdown passes (48). Brenner has passed for 5,843 yards and 46 touchdowns and run for 1,543 yards and 13 touchdowns this year. Brenner rushed for a touchdown last year and has four this season.
«Brenner has been very good,» Nibert said.
The Bulldogs also have Donte Taylor, who has started at safety and running back, and tight end David Kopsky,
< ~ / w f ~ ~ The Board for the American Association of Commercial Advertising Agencies Annual Meeting The Board for the American Association of Commercial Advertising Agencies (AAA) met at their regular meeting on Sunday, May 21, 2011. The meeting was held at the Intercontinental Hotel, New York, New York. The meeting was opened at 10:00 a.m. with a musical performance by Chris Mooney and the 12:10 p.m. with a Memorial Service to honor former president and chief hon- ier, Milton E. Putnam (1909-1993). Mr. Putnam was a leader in the Republican Party and also served as chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Boys' Village of the C.M.S. Church in New York. The Board then welcomed the guests at the meeting. The Minister of the Mosque of America delivered the Prayer. Mr. Robert W. Chamberlain was then introduced as the new President of the AAA. There was a report by the President on the activities of the AAA which was entitled "The Passing of an Era." Mr. Chamberlain expressed his concern that the AAA still suffers from the handicaps of having so few members which in pro- vides adequate representation of one of the most indispensable elements in the business of advertising. He expressed his concern that the nego- tional chalet which was built at the AAA which was to be the annual meeting place of the AAA in the future was not adequately maintained during the current year. He underlined the importance of obtaining additional support from the advertising industry for the purpose of making such a place possible. With such view, Mr. Chamberlain reported the work being done during the current year which includes the financial audit of the financial reports of the AAA which is being undertaken by the firm of David, Goodman, and Schendel in the summer of 2011. The auditors have agreed to review the financial reports of all of the agencies under the AAA. There were two items pertaining to the New York Chapter of the AAA. First was the report by Mary B. Shaw who expressed the need for more support to help the