Chaney previously served as Tennessee's offensive coordinator from 2009-12 by Barrett Sallee @BarrettSallee 1m ago • 2 min read USATSI Update: Tennessee made the hire official on Wednesday. "What most impresses me about Jim is his knowledge of the game and also the way he has adapted his offenses to his players' strengths," Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt said in a statement. "He's had years where he has guided one of the nation's top passing offenses and and years where his offenses have been near the top in rushing. He could coach every position on offense and is a true teacher of the game."Jim has proven to be a great mentor for young men, and I'm excited to have him here at Tennessee." Original StoryTennessee has been without an offensive coordinator since Tyson Helton took the Western Kentucky job on Nov. 27, but that long wait resulted in coach Jeremy Pruitt poaching a familiar face from an intra-division rival. According to … [Read more...] about Tennessee hires Georgia offensive coordinator Jim Chaney to same position
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SponsoredNews / Dundee by Sponsored Content December 27, 2018, 9:00 am FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter A wheelchair rugby and basketball starlet from Dunblane has told of the life-changing impact and opportunities she has enjoyed thanks to a Dundee sports club funded by The National Lottery. In the touching video interview – the first in a series showcasing the impact of National Lottery funding on projects across Dundee, Angus, Fife and Perth and Kinross – Gemma Lumsdaine describes how access to sport transformed her confidence and led her to view her disability as a positive rather than negative. Born 12 weeks prematurely, Gemma was diagnosed with cerebral palsy from a young age, which she admits made her youth very challenging and left her with low self-esteem. However, her introduction to sport through Dundee Dragons Wheelchair Sports Club has changed all that and she has never looked back … [Read more...] about SPONSORED: saved by the ball! Inspirational sportswoman turns disability into a positive and tells how dundee dragons wheelchair sports club transformed her life
For adolescents blessed with willowy good looks, the fashion world offers the prospect of glamour, celebrity, and wealth. But this, for many, is what the beginning of a modeling career can actually look like: On her first test shoot as a 15-year-old, Dasha Alexander said, a photographer held a camera in one hand and digitally penetrated her with his other — a move, he explained, that would make the pictures more “raw” and “sensual.”When Coco Rocha refused to get naked on set as a 16-year-old, she said, the photographer replaced her with a girl who was younger and more obedient. Months later, a famous photographer simulated an orgasm as he took Rocha’s picture.By the time Lenka Chubuklieva was 17, she said, an agent had repeatedly groped her, a photographer had thrown her on a bed and kissed her, and another photographer had masturbated in front of her and threatened to ruin her family in Ukraine if she told anyone.“If people really understood … [Read more...] about The fashion world promises glamour and wealth. Instead, many find harassment and assault.
The food bank is looking for more people to join its volunteers as need for the charity's work soars Picture: ADAM HOWLETT Archant Ipswich foodbank’s army of volunteers have been hard at work, packing and wrapping thousands of Christmas food parcels for families in need - but founder Maureen Reynel says they need even more help as demand for the service soars. The foodbank has a dedicated band of volunteers but needs even more help as demand for the service rises Picture: ADAM HOWLETTAround 80 people give up their time for Families in Need (FIND), Ipswich’s foodbank charity, during the festive period to make sure those in need have something to eat and unwrap on the big day.However many can only afford to pop in for a few hours a week, so the need for volunteers is higher than ever.Ms Reynel, the charity’s founder, says demand for the parcels has doubled in 2018, with even more families reaching out for help on the run up to Christmas.Despite enjoying the hard work … [Read more...] about Why Ipswich foodbank needs more volunteers this Christmas
Updated 6:02 pm PST, Wednesday, December 12, 2018 In this Nov. 2018 photo, Tom Vaughn, 20, of Plymouth, Conn., poses at Hillside Cemetery in Thomaston, Conn, which he is voluntarily cleaning up. Vaughn found in May that many of the 200-plus headstones had either fallen down or were knocked down. Not all stones were placed in the right spots, despite the town having kept excellent records of those buried in town. (Kurt Moffett/Republican-American via AP) less In this Nov. 2018 photo, Tom Vaughn, 20, of Plymouth, Conn., poses at Hillside Cemetery in Thomaston, Conn, which he is voluntarily cleaning up. Vaughn found in May that many of the 200-plus headstones had ... more Photo: Kurt Moffett, AP Photo: Kurt Moffett, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 In this Nov. 2018 … [Read more...] about Volunteer helps restore damaged historic cemetery