Huard: Expect the Seahawks to look similar on offense in 2020

Rather than fighting for the NFC Championship on Sunday, the Seahawks were at home, season finished, while the San Francisco 49ers dominated the Green Bay Packers to advance to the Super Bowl. Seahawks 2020 offseason tracker: Free agents, futures signings and more In the AFC, the Kansas City Chiefs and their high powered offense, led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes, were too much for the Tennessee Titans. Mahomes threw for 294 and three touchdowns and led the team in rushing yards with 53 and added a rushing touchdown for good measure. While the aerial game led the Chiefs to the Super Bowl, the 49ers ran the ball to victory. Led by… Read More

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Lisa Vanderpump: Sorry About the Racist Idiots Who Work for Me!

The Vanderpump Rules world has been rocked after a new castmember’s racist tweets were exposed. That topic brought up another man’s bad tweets. Lisa Vanderpump is wading into the fray and condemning these “heinous” statements in the strongest possible terms. In 2011 and in the years surrounding it, Max Boyens was apparently a huge fan of the n-word. We know this because it surfaced in a number of his tweets. And no, ending it with an “a” does not make it okay. When this came to light after he was added to the cast, fans also took aim at Brett Caprioni, who had tweeted his own share of n-words. While… Read More

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High school swimming: Top performances from 2019-2020 season heading into region meets

Jordan Tiffany of Lone Peak High School celebrates taking first place in a race during the 6A Swimming Championship at the Richards Building at BYU in Provo on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019. | Silas Walker, Deseret News Bountiful’s Elliott Howe, Olympus’ Colleen MacWilliams, Lone Peak’s Jordan Tiffany and Sky View’s Darwin Anderson among the standouts so far this season. The 2019-2020 swim season is nearing its conclusion with region swim meets this week. Here’s a look at the top 15 high school swimming performances in each event this season, as organized by the Utah Swimming Coaches Association. The top 50 times in each event are available at utswimcoach.com. Girls 200… Read More

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Jessa Duggar to Parents: You Need Me More Than I Need You!

These are tumultuous times for the Duggar family. These days, it seems not a week goes by without whispers of another controversy, and the future of the family media empire remains more uncertain than at any point since the Josh Duggar sex scandals. Appropriately, the current downward spiral once again began with Josh. Fans were shocked by news that Homeland Security agents had raided a car dealership owned by Josh. At this point, the cause of the raid remains a mystery, and while no charges have been filed, the investigation into Josh and his business practices is reportedly ongoing. But no matter the outcome, the latest Josh mess is just… Read More

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BYU’s Dayan Ghanwoloku recognized for performance at NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

BYU’s Dayan Ghanwoloku (5) knocks the ball away from East Carolina’s Trevon Brown (88) during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Greenville, N.C., Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017. | AP Since its founding in 2012, the National Football League Players Association Collegiate Bowl has been an annual showcase event for NFL-draft eligible college football players, designed to prepare them for a professional football career, as well as provide an introduction to the players union and educate players on the business side of the NFL. Former BYU defensive back Dayan Ghanwoloku took full advantage of his invitation to the Collegiate Bowl this year, particularly on the field itself.… Read More

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I moved from Canada to the UK almost 7 years ago, and while I love London, I can see why Meghan Markle prefers my home country

I moved from near Toronto, Canada to London, England nearly seven years ago. Like Meghan Markle, I’ve spent the past few years living with a Brit — and while I love London, my job, and the friends I’ve made, I can see why she and Prince Harry want to move to my home country. Canadians are among the friendliest people you’ll ever meet — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau even told the couple that in Canada they’re “among friends, and always welcome here.” The landscape across Canada is stunning (and varied), the cities and town are diverse, and it gets real — and sunny — seasons. Ultimately, though, for Markle… Read More

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After brief lull, forecasters predict new winter storm for central, eastern US

A new round of travel problems associated with the next winter storm will spread from the central United States to the Northeast following a lull from snow and ice for a time this week. This image, taken on Monday, Jan. 20, 2019, shows clouds associated with a storm pushing inland over the western United States. (NOAA / GOES-West) … …read more Source:: AOL.com       

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One of Facebook’s top executives had an awkward public face-off with Amazon’s CTO over making money from user data

Facebook’s most senior lobbyist Nick Clegg attended the DLD conference in Munich on Monday, and took questions from the audience. Amazon CTO Werner Vogels was in the audience and stood up to ask Clegg an awkward question about the way Facebook monetizes its users by collecting huge amounts of their data. Clegg said Facebook doesn’t sell user data, and said the platform has made strides in user transparency surrounding data sharing. It was a rare instance of execs from two major tech companies spatting in public, and shows that Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. One of Facebook’s top executives had a surprise face-off against Amazon’s CTO while giving… Read More

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Nancy Pelosi’s daughter said she was able to hand Trump a bottle of water in the White House without anyone checking it wasn’t contaminated

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s daughter Alexandra handed President Donald Trump a water bottle in teh White House without anyone checking it for potential contamination, according to a new book about the president. Pelosi was directing a film at the White House when the incident happened six weeks after Trump was sworn in, said the book, titled “A Very Stable Genius.” An excerpt of it was published in Vanity Fair. Pelosi, who had been to the White House before, said it was highly unusual for her to witness such a lax security system on who gives the president food and drink. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. The daughter of… Read More

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Tune In To The Vice Brown & Black Democratic Presidential Forum

VICE News is hosting the Vice Brown & Black Democratic Presidential Forum in Des Moines, Iowa, to coincide with Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Just ahead of Iowa’s deciding first-in-the-nation caucus on February 3, it’s an important opportunity for the remaining Democratic presidential candidates to make their case on issues that impact communities of color such as criminal justice and immigration. The Forum was established in 1984 and is the only nonpartisan presidential forum that exclusively addresses issues faced by communities of color in the U.S., including the Black, indigenous, Latinx, and Asian communities. With a historically diverse electorate, it’s more important than ever for these issues to be at… Read More

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