One of key match-ups in Week one of the two thousand and twelve NFL season will pit the Green Bay Packers hosting the San Francisco forty-nineers in a clash of two playoff teams from a year ago. Records (two thousand and eleven): San Francisco thirteen-three, Green Bay fifteen-one Kick-off: four:twenty-five p.m. EST Television: Fox Spread: Green Bay by five Over/under: forty-six.five Last meeting: Green Bay thirty-four, San Francisco sixteen (two thousand and ten) Passing: The forty-nineers averaged one hundred and eighty-three.one yards per game while Green Bay put up three hundred and seven.eight in two thousand and eleven. Rushing: San Francisco was averaging one hundred and twenty-seven.eight yards per outing while the Packers were averaging ninety-seven.four in two thousand and eleven. Passing yards against per game: The forty-nineers gave up two hundred and thirty.nine yards per outing while Green Bay averaged two hundred and ninety-nine.eight yards against per game. Rushing yards against per game: San Francisco allowed seventy-seven.three yards per game; meanwhile the Packers averaged one hundred and eleven.eight yards against per outing.
always remember his first -- his first college sack. While it came long after the outcome of last season's game against Oregon State had been determined, it was still a special moment for Allen, who sacked quarterback Sean Mannion for a ten-yard loss. I knew their slide protection call from the previous play,'' Allen said of a Mannion completion to Jovan Stevenson. "So I knew they were going to slide to my right. I hit the guard with an outside move and I got my first sack and celebrated really hard after the play with
I am one of the many young professionals who congregate in the city of Milwaukee. During the day, I work as a marketing coordinator at a global industrial firm headquartered in Milwaukee, primarily helping with their advertising campaigns, brand management, event planning and other special projects. At night and on the weekends, I am an East Side dweller and Sonny Crockett wannabe. I first moved to the city in two thousand and nine. Armed with a marketing degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, I initially settled in New Berlin. I can’t say a bad thing about the town but unless you’re forty years old with little kids, it’s not exactly a hot spot and I found myself bored after coming straight from the college scene. As a result, I impulsively moved myself downtown. I was nervous moving to a big city all by myself but was soon intrigued to be among the big buildings and felt at ease knowing so many other young folks were trying out the same experiment. My first residence was near Cathedral Square, where Jazz in the Park is held, and I loved that the towering US Bank Building was the first thing I saw each morning. However, as I got comfortable with the city, I realized that Prospect Avenue was one of the trendiest areas on the East Side. The more time I spent on the street, the more I wondered if it were among the best streets in the state, maybe even the USA… Now living there for over two years, I’m looking forward to writing about my observations and experiences on the street. In addition, I’m very interested in new city developments and the history of Milwaukee’s other neighborhoods. Check back often to see what it’s like living on the block …
Beloit--Complythree hundred and sixty-five, an innovative software design and development company, announced the relocation of its headquarters to the Ironworks Campus in downtown Beloit, WI. The company, which is leasing over four,zero square feet of office space, expects to increase both its footprint and employee count within the next three years, according to a Rock County Wisconsin Development Alliance news release. "This move is providing the additional space required to accommodate the company's rapidly expandingmobile applications, engineered cloud-based enterprise platforms and support center solutions. The economics of the Ironworks, coupled with its appealing high-tech environment for employees and clients alike, matched our location requirements. Wisconsin's favorable business climate and its coordinated economic development approach were important factors, as well", saidKerry Frank, co-founder and CEO of Complythree hundred and sixty-five.Established in two thousand and seven, Complythree hundred and sixty-five is a software development / design company that helps clients reduce costs, improve efficiencies and accelerate productivity with an easy-to-use distribution platform and applications that streamline documentation, training, compliance and workflow. For more info, visit www.complythree hundred and sixty-five.com.For a full story, read Saturday's Gazette, read online in the Gazette's E-Edition or check back at GazetteXtra.com.
September zero, two thousand and twelve, zero:zero AM Education is a bet that can pay off at the trackTonight the Hudson School District makes the case the voters have already decided -- that the dog track would be a good place for a new high school. We all know it didn't make a very good gambling venture -- timing is everything. And I've always believed that people in Wisconsin just don't like betting on their pets, whether they are horses or dogs.By:Meg Heaton, Hudson Star-Observer
students are reminded that Wisconsin men’s basketball student season tickets will go on sale to all full-time, degree-seeking undergraduate and graduate students on Wednesday, Sept. twelve at seven:thirty a.m. CDT. Tickets will be sold online at UWBadgers.com.New for this season, all men’s basketball student season tickets will be sold as full-season packages, with the option to include Winter Break games. The nineteen-game home
JANESVILLE--Changes in insurance coverage for some one,two hundred employees of the Janesville School District could save about $seven million next year.That's a cost reduction of about thirty-five percent, but as one union leader put it at a school board meeting Thursday: "You haven't saved money. We've just shifted costs to the employees."That was from Dave Parr, president of the teachers union. Also affected are union custodians, clerks, secretaries, aides, maintenance workers and food service workers.The changes were no surprise to anyone who attended a special school board meeting Thursday night. Invited to attend were representatives of all employee groups.The district's insurance consultant, Boyd Consulting Group, revealed its recommendations at the meeting.Employees apparently will pay higher deductibles and in some cases higher premiums when the new health plan goes into effect July one, two thousand and thirteen.The changes are coming because of the new state law that stops public-employee unions from negotiating for anything except wages. The district's union contracts run out June thirty, two thousand and thirteen. After that, the school board and administration control benefits and working conditions.For a full story, read Friday's Gazette, read online in the Gazette's E-Edition or check back at GazetteXtra.com.