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What to Expect From Jason Smith

The New York Knicks only free agent signing of the offseason is a terrific one. Phil Jackson has the deal structured as 1 year on the mini MLE (mid-level exception, $3.3 million). 496 more words

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Daily Weather Forecast

Tropical moisture is in place over the forecast area along with a stalled frontal boundary. This combined along with the afternoon sea breeze and heating to produce another round of slow moving showers and storms. 132 more words

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Targeting bigger trout with live croakers

DAUPHIN ISLAND, Ala. (WALA) –¬†On his recent trip out of Dauphin Island with Captain Steve Lindsey, Chief Meteorologist Jason Smith and Lindesy targeted bigger trout with live croakers. 160 more words

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Jason Smith joins Senators coaching staff, Shean Donovan hired as development consultant

Jason Smith is moving behind the Ottawa Senators bench.

The former Senators defenceman, who has served as a scouting and development consultant since 2012, is now responsible for coaching the Senators defencemen. 338 more words

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Projecting the Knicks' Second Unit

The 2014-15 is slowly approaching with it being 71 more days before New York Knick basketball is back. Head Coach Derek Fisher will have his work cut out for him, he’ll have to teach the system whilst also trying to figure out lineups, both starting, bench and situational. 1,161 more words

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Spring River Valley Conference coaches left to scramble

Greenfield High School is dropping to eight-man football because of low participation numbers, leading to fresh concerns among Spring River Valley Conference coaches.

With a suddenly open date on the schedule, league coaches now wonder if their teams can accumulate enough points toward favorable postseason district seedings. 740 more words

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Reeds Spring football ready to build on success

While the name of the coach has changed, not much else has.

Lance Gosch, the former defensive coordinator, is now calling the shots for the Reeds Spring Wolves football program after last season’s 9-2 finish. 1,489 more words

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