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Only two weeks remain in the regular-season, and the matchup in the American Athletic Conference championship game is all but set. Navy will clinch a spot in the title game with a win over East Carolina on Saturday, while Temple needs to simply beat the Pirates and Tulane over the next two weeks to win the East division. Yet neither the Midshipmen nor Owls are atop this week's AAC power rankings, as voted upon by a leaguewide panel of beat reporters. That honor goes to South Florida, which edged Memphis to improve to 8-2. The full rankings are below. 1. USF (8-2, 5-1 AAC): Behind a dazzling five-touchdown performance from quarterback Quinton Flowers, the Bulls did just enough to pull out a wild 49-42 victory at Memphis. Flowers,cheap jordans online, who was 24-of-29 passing for 263 yards, threw for two touchdowns and rushed for three more,yourcellan.com, including the go-ahead score with 1:22 remaining. With a career-best 210 rushing yards on 20 carries, Flowers became the first Division I signal-caller in state of Florida history to throw for 2,000 yards and rush for 1,000 in a single season. USF also set a program record with 416 rushing yards. It travels to SMU on Saturday at 7 p.m. Jeff Odom, Tampa Bay Times 2. Temple (7-3, 5-1 AAC): The Owls, who were No. 3 last week, had a bye and coach Matt Rhule said his team needed the break, with many players banged up this time of the year. If Temple wins its final two games, Saturday at Tulane and then Nov. 26 at home against East Carolina, the Owls will earn their second straight East Division title. Temple's defense has gotten progressively better. The Owls lead the AAC in scoring defense,cheap jordans free shipping, allowing 20.4 points per game. Temple also leads in total defense, allowing 291.4 yards per game. Senior defensive end Haason Reddick, a former walk-on, leads the AAC with 18 tackles for loss and is second with 8.5 sacks. Reddick is battling an ankle injury and Rhule says he doesn't know if he will be able to play this week. The Owls have been running the ball successfully and have two main threats, senior Jahad Thomas and sophomore Ryquell Armstead. Thomas has rushed for 647 yards (4.8 avg.) and nine touchdowns, while also catching 27 passes for 354 yards and five touchdowns. Armstead has rushed for 803 yards (6.3 avg.) and 11 touchdowns. He has been banged up and Rhule doesn't know if Armstead will play this week. If not, look for Jager Gardner, who was injured in the early part of the season, to get some carries. Marc Narducci,cheap air jordans, Philadelphia Inquirer 3. Navy (7-2, 5-1 AAC): The Midshipmen pulled out another narrow victory in a high-scoring affair. Quarterback Will Worth rushed for 122 yards and three touchdowns and also passed for a score as Navy edged Tulsa, 42-40,cheap real jordans, in a matchup of teams tied atop the West Division standings. On a day in which little defense was played, a two-point conversion stop was the difference. Navy inside linebacker Micah Thomas stopped Tulsa quarterback Dane Evans at the goal-line and that proved crucial. Worth converted a fourth-and-one situation at the end as the Mids salted away the final 5 1/2 minutes to prevent the Golden Hurricane from getting a chance to attempt a game-winning field goal. Navy can clinch the West Division title by beating East Carolina on Saturday. Bill Wagner, Baltimore Sun Media Group 4. Houston (8-2, 5-2 AAC): A 12-point victory over Tulane brought to the surface some existing problems and presented a new one for the Cougars. UH continued its on-again, off-again struggles on offense with

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Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos did his final trick on Americas Got Talent on Tuesday night, and even if oddsmakers dont favor him to win, folks on social media offered plenty of support.

Dorenbos latest appearance was more sentimental this time around, with the veteran Eagle telling viewers that magic "taught me dont hate, dont blame, and forgive." His card-based trick, while less flashy than previous appearances, earned a standing ovation.

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With annual sales of his raw-foods snacks closing in on $20 million and investment experts suggesting that could rise to at least $100 million in the not-too-distant future, Doylestown-based organi-preneur Brad Gruno's lesson is indisputable: Slideshow Bucks entrepreneur's raw foods flying off the shelves Advertisment of Gallery: Video Brad's Raw Foods Mothers have been on to something all along with their "Eat your vegetables!" harping. Gruno was smart enough to build a business off it - one that started in 2009 with a sales table at a Bucks County farmers' market and now has shelf space in major markets such as Whole Foods and Wegmans and many specialty grocers. His Brad's Raw Foods product line has expanded from raw tortilla chips made of a dehydrated mixture of fresh vegetables, flaxseed, and buckwheat groats to include seasoned sprouted seeds, dried onion rings, and what is now responsible for 70 percent of sales: six flavors of crunchy kale. On the way are "broccoli poppers": dried crowns coated with a cashew-based batter similar to what has made Brad's Raw kale so popular,cheap retro jordans, even at $7.99 for 2.5 ounces. Demand is so robust, including internationally, that Gruno said it's time to bring in experts to help scale up the business, not yet profitable because of all the investments to handle growth. He is seeking equity investors. "We don't know how to build the best manufacturing facility in the world, but there are people that do," said Gruno, 55, of Quakertown, who wants to continue to be "the face of the brand and come up with new products." It's an impressive comeback personally and professionally for Gruno, whose cookbook, Brad's Raw Made Easy, came out in January. The Hartsville native was riding high in the 1990s - sometimes on his 68-foot yacht - as owner of an Atlanta-area company serving the telecommunications industry. That sector's implosion in 2001 took out his business. "I ended up losing everything," Gruno said. He returned to the comfort of family in Bucks County, where a dinner invitation would revive his health and entrepreneurial verve. Aunt Joyce Murphy in Ottsville served him a five-course raw meal - and a short video about the harm done by food. An overweight Gruno went on a 100 percent raw diet, and, after a month, "I felt like a million dollars." Within three, he had lost 40 pounds. As part of his new eating regimen, Gruno was making his own chips. A fortuitous encounter with a guy selling raw-food salsa at a Go Green Expo in Philadelphia led to Gruno's making his chips for sale at farmers' markets. Soon, his home-based chip operation moved to a converted garage on an organic farm in Pipersville. Then came a chance to sell Brad's Raw Chips at two Whole Foods Stores, in Philadelphia and Princeton. The business took off. Gruno moved production to a bigger place with a low-interest loan through Whole Foods' Producer Loan Program. Neither he nor Whole Foods would disclose the amount. "The partnership has been a win-win, as our customers have enjoyed finding new ways to incorporate more vegetables into their diet while Whole Foods Market has continued its mission of supporting local producers,cheap jordans free shipping," AnaMaria Friede, the chain's Mid-Atlantic grocery buyer, said in an e-mail. Brad's Raw products are now in 100 Whole Foods stores. Family and friends also invested. Production moved again 21/2 years ago to roomier quarters in Pipersville. Corporate offices and a warehouse are in Doylestown. The company has 120 employees. "Crazy, isn't it?" Gruno said one morning last week, standing amid pallets piled high with boxes of his vegan, kosher, organic,cheap real jordans, gluten-free, no genetically modified-organism creations bearing goofy names such as Vampire Killer and Pina Kale-Ada. Linda Sartor, a nutritionist at Penn Rodebaugh Diabetes Center, said Gruno has "created quite a phenomenon. It's encouraging a greater consumption of vegetables." But because a raw-foods diet is "a difficult lifestyle to maintain 100 percent" and not "necessarily the most economical,cheap jordan shoes," Sartor said she "would tend to see it more as a fad." Not agreeing - at least when it comes to snacking - is Michael Burgmaier, managing director at Silverwood Partners, the Massachusetts investment bank Gruno has hired to find equity investors. "Healthy snacking is a very real trend," Burgmaier said, noting that Brad's Raw sales are strong in both the natural- and conventional-foods markets. "It's proven the brand can stick and can expand in both sectors," he said. "It can easily be five times the size they are now." >Inquirer.com The powerhouse that is crunchy kale. Brad Gruno talks on video about one healthy business at www.inquirer.com/business dmastrull@phillynews.com 215-854-2466 @dmastrull More Coverage Published: April 14,cheap jordans for sale, 2014 ?? 3:01 AM EDT The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Updated: Tuesday, November 22, 2016, 6:38 PM

Penn State head coach James Franklin celebrates a 41-14 win against Iowa with running back Saquon Barkley (26) on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016, at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pa.

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Barkley has never been happier with his choice to attend Penn State.

"We got something special going right now. We know that. Were aware of that. Im just happy that Im able to be part of that," Barkley said. "Coming to this school was the best decision of my life."
On Saturday, the Lions can advance to the Big Ten championship, if they beat Michigan State and Ohio State beats Michigan.
Penn State-Michigan State kicks off at 3:30 p.m., after the noon Ohio State-Michigan matchup.
The team will try, of course, not to pay attention to the results of that earlier game. Coach James Franklin has preached that mentality all week.
However, Barkley conceded that silencing outside noise is much easier said than done.
"Am I going to take a look at the Ohio State game? No. But its 2016 .. youre going to be a little aware," Barkley said. "I feel like as a team we cant focus on that. We can only control what we can control, and thats Michigan State right now."

"If its meant for us," he added, "the rest of it will take care of itself."

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Center Daniel Ochefu, like Arch, shot 7-for-11 despite "tweaking" his finally healed right ankle early in the second half. But it has to start somewhere. It was hardly surprising that this one began with No. 15, which will be hanging from the Pavilion rafters some day. "It just happened," said Arcidiacono, who like Jenkins played 35 minutes. "I did not want it to be the end (of his career). I want to go to Houston (next week). That's what we're playing for." He has played 141 games and started 140,cheap retro jordans, both more than any other Wildcat. The only reason he hasn't started them all is because as a sophomore he let a walk-on friend get his final moment on the Main Line. That didn't just happen. That's him. It's why he's been a captain since midway through his freshman season. "He just came out and did the things Arch does," said freshman guard Brunson, his roommate and backcourt partner. "We know he can do those things. It's almost like we expect it. He knew what we needed. 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It does the same thing as we work to conquer any attribute of the natural man standing in the way of us becoming better disciples of Jesus Christ.” When a person is one with the Lord, their charitable acts are the things that the Lord would do for others, she taught. Being “One in Charity” means a person sees others the way the Lord sees them, banishing judgment and fears for those who are “different.” “One of the great blessings that comes from uniting our hearts with the Lord and then with others in charity is that all are benefitted ? both the giver and the receiver have the sweet blanket of charity to warm their lives,” she said. “Unity in a family, in a ward, in the Church led by priesthood keys and supported by the priesthood power and gifts available to every covenant keeper, leads us on the path to becoming Zion, the pure in heart. 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Rather than identify a baby as "Babygirl Jackson," hospitals should use temporary first names based on the mother's first name, such as "Wendysgirl Jackson," to avoid confusion if there are multiple babies with similar last names.
Nearly three-fourths of the 1,234 events involved procedural errors, such as mislabeled blood specimens, unlabeled urine samples, and X-rays being ordered for the wrong patient (but caught in time).

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An additional 10 percent of the events involved general misidentification errors, such as mismatched ID bracelets on the mother and child and "transferring issues such as the wrong newborn taken to the parents," the report stated.
If so, double-check the label when nurses give you a bottle of breast milk. There is a small chance that the milk came from another mother.
"Hospitals strive to eliminate every possible source of patient harm, and the report suggests that newborn identify checks and double-checks are catching almost all identification problems before they impact patient care," Consuelos said.

A new study by the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority found 1,234 misidentification "events" involving babies born at hospitals and birthing centers in the state in 2014 and 2015, averaging about two a day.
Given the infrequency of wrong-baby events to begin with, she said, the chance of any disease transmission from a mother to someone else's baby is low.
Ordinarily, milk from a different mother would not cause harm,cheap jordans online, though there is a small chance of transmitting an infectious disease, said Katja Pigur, director of breastfeeding services at the Maternity Care Coalition, a Philadelphia nonprofit that focuses on maternal and child health.
Use ID bracelets with unique identifier technology,cheap jordan shoes, such as bar codes or radiofrequency tags.
In almost all cases, there was no harm to the baby, generally because providers caught the mistake before it led to any incorrect treatment. But in five cases, a newborn experienced harm, according to the study by the state agency. These included several instances of a baby receiving a bottle of breast milk that came from another mother, and one case of a circumcision being performed without the parents' consent.

Place newborns with similar last names in a different pod.

These include promptly giving them their own electronic health records and using bar codes for unique identification.
Check multiple identifiers before entering information into the patient's medical record.

Hospitals generally keep the baby with the mother as much of the time as possible, but errors are more likely to arise with newborns who must spend time in the intensive care unit, the report suggests.

Authors of the report suggested a variety of preventive measures, many of them already common:

"I think this is a very rare occasion that that would happen," Pigur said.
New parents: Did the hospital temporarily label your newborn with the first name of "Babyboy" or "Babygirl&quot,cheap real jordans;?
The report found 89 cases of breast milk administration "mishaps" during the two-year period, including cases in which babies got milk from a different mother. Authors also identified 110 medication events, including giving the wrong drug to a patient, though most errors were caught in time. For instance, one pharmacist noticed that a baby's weight did not match what was on a prescription order and flagged the problem to caregivers.
In keeping with state law, the report did not identify any hospitals by name, nor did it specify the nature of the harm involving breast milk.

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Michael J. Consuelos, senior vice president for clinical integration at the Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania, said hospitals in the state take lots of steps to avoid errors.


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Police said in a news release that the baby's mother was one of about 30 people who gathered to protest Saturday at the scene of Friday's shooting of a knife-wielding man,yourcellan.com.
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