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If there’s any Interstate worse, overall, than the entire stretch of I-5, from Seattle to Olympia, I have yet to see it. By now you all know that an Amtrak train from Portland to Seattle derailed just south of Tacoma, where the tracks cross I-5. Mario Cristobal has to live with this mess for the next nine months.
I-5 is the main route between Portland, Oregon and Canada. (The Red Star marks the spot.) At least six people were killed and many others injured. ********* My disappointment with Mario Cristobal was not because of Oregon’s loss to Boise State. It was because of the way he handled Royce Freeman’s decision. As a youth, he played for a friend, Matt Marrs, in Imperial, California.
Evidently Freeman even gave some sort of a pep talk, which has got to be a first - “Fight like hell, men!
Now, if you’ll excuse me…” This was on national TV, you understand. Mack Brown in the studio, Kirk Herbstreit up in the booth. I know I’ve mentioned how early in some of my jobs the Lord has presented me with some amazing opportunities to demonstrate to a team how things were going to be. Mario Cristobal was presented with just such an opportunity, and I’m afraid he showed one and all that he’s going to be a “player’s coach.” *********** I have seen the nearest thing to Brian Urlacher, a guy started out as a quarterback in a small high school and in four years at New Mexico grew into a first-round NFL draft choice and became into one of the NFL’s most feared linebackers.
Error Number One: He didn’t send Royce Freeman back to Eugene on the first bus. And then, Error Number Two: He allowed Freeman - the guy who didn’t want to play - down on the sideline during the game, allowing him to socialize with the team throughout the game.So, for a limited time, I’m offering a SPRING SPECIAL - just in time for your pre-season planning - “EVOLUTION OF AN OFFENSE” at HALF PRICE! Actually, they didn’t look like they wanted to play for anybody, as they fell to the Broncos, 38-28. Thanks to an overpowering offense and defense - and Oregon turnovers - the Broncos led, 24-0 near the end of the first half, when two long returns within 33 seconds - one of an interception, one of a fumbled statue-of-liberty exchange - brought Oregon to within 24-14. Oregon fans tried to cheer themselves by remembering that Chip Kelly’s debut was also against Boise State and it, too, was a flop..95 And if you’re new to the Double Wing and you purchase my basic package - I’ll include EVOLUTION OF AN OFFENSE at no charge. First, you’ll have to drive east across the Cascades to Yakima. Under normal conditions, it’ll take you about 2-1/2 hours. ” Well, better allow a little extra time since others will be trying to do the same thing. At this time of year, it’s always likely to be snowy in the mountain passes; first, there’s Snoqualmie Pass between Seattle and Yakima. This was as I typed: From Yakima to Portland is another three hours. From Toppenish to Goldendale, it winds through the Yakama Indian Reservation (the tribe spells it with an “a”). It’s twisty as hell, a beautiful drive if you have the time, but it’s two-lane most of the way, and under these circumstances I suspect it’s going to be a pain in the ass. Ducks’ fans may have been deluded at that point by the score, forgetting that both Boise State miscues came deep in Oregon territory, as the Broncos were preparing to administer the coup de grace. Readers may remember that game as the one where Ducks’ running back Le Garrette Blount delivered a blow to good sportsmanship - and to a celebrating Bronco lineman - during the postgame festivities.it runs north-south between mountain ranges, and there is absolutely no simple alternative, parallel route. Traffic in the area has been at a standstill, and will likely remain so, with orders that nothing can be touched until the investigators from the NTSD arrive from DC. I like the things he’s said and I like the way he’s played.Occasionally, I-5 gets shut off by accidents, sometimes by landslides. If you absolutely have to drive from Seattle to points south, you are screwed. And when he announced that he was not going to play in the Las Vegas Bowl, I understood his thinking.