tv KCRG TV9 Early Morning News ABC January 20, 2016 5:00am-6:00am CST
source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early morning news. last fall hundreds of students at the university of iowowcame down with a casasof the mumps. we're seeing what health officials expect for the new semester coming up. the frigid january temperatures are taking their toll on pipes in homes. thawing them out can be tricky and even cause a fire. one eastern iowa school district is asking people who live there to reach out to their legislators. the district says they desperately need more funding. good mororng! its 5 o'clock on wednesday the 20th. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... it's going to be tough to get rid of the clouds over the next couple of days, so be ready for more gray than blue in our sky.
temperatures will still be warmer than they have been, reaching to the lower 20s this afternoon and middle 20s tomorrow. winds are going to be light, as well. a few flurries may fall tomorrow night with partial sunshine returning later friday into saturday. we'll warm to the 30s by sunday before our next chance of snow arrives monday.today: mostly cloudy high: 19-25 winds: s 5-10 alo: 20 dbq: 20 iow: 23 thanks justin. thanks justin. for the start of the new semester, those at the university of iowa are hoping for fewer mumps
the cases sky-rocketed. there are usually one or t t cases of m mmps in a typically school year. but the latest report from county health officials shows 253 cases have been lab confirmed in johnson county, since u-u- . when hundreds of cases broke out across the state. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is live at the iowa memorial union to talk with medical staff. forrest, everyone is hoping there will be fewer cases now? -what do your most recent numbers look like? since the ui went on winter break, the numbers tested in the community dropped substantially, but there were still 2-3 cases most days, usually non-students, but many college ed individuals who live and work in the area. -do you think the break helped or hurt the spread of the disease? it should help......the typical time between being exposed and coming down with the disease is 1 118 days,
help stop the cycle of spreading this from one person to another. but will not know until the students get back to their normal campus activities and about a month has passed. -any plans to help combat mumps as students return? continue offering the third dose of mmr. education to get diagnosed and to stay olated in their roomompt if they develop mumps. -you mentioned these were the highest numbers in a few years, i want to say 2006. do you think this year will eclipse those ces? no....the 2006 outbreak wass statewide, this outbreak has basically stayed confined to the ui campus in iowa city, forrest saunders,
in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. a cedar rapids police officer suffered serious injuries on the job and is still in the hospital officer randy vest, when we talked to him for a story about train safety a little more than a year ago. vest and other police responded to the soapy waters laundromat on the city's southwest side sunday for a domestic disturbance. officers say a mananunched officer vest, knocking him
his head on a cement parking barrier. he had serious injuries but we don't know his condition due to medical privacy laws - we ly knowow he's still in the hospital. police say 33-year-old nathan brocks was the man fought with other officers on the scene and they had to use a taser to get him under control. brocks faces 8 charges, including 2 counts of officer. police have a man in custody this morning for his connection with a house fire in cedar rapids. 33-year old shane keller of marion faces first- degree arson, second- degree burglary and manufacturing meth charges. last thursday, authorities responded to a house fire at 14-46 golfview drive northeast. they say a meth lab caused the fire in the garage of the home. frozen water pipes can cause a lot of proroems. but thawing frozen pipes can be dangerous. professional plumbers use electric heat guns to thaw
flame. but they're not foolproof and can start fires. "unfortunately, they get a false sense of security when they see a heat gun because there's no open flame... but the problem is those heat guns put out heat up to 1200 degrees and that's hot enough to melt some types of glass even." one trick to using a ht gun is to keep moving it so it doesn't get too hot in one place. a landlord in cedar rapids was using one of those heat guns on monday when temperatures were in the single digits. but that accidentally started a fire at the house on johnson avenue southwest. the linn-mar community school district is encouraging everyone to talk about school funding. superintendent quintin shepherd wants voters in the district to talk to area lawmakers about money the school needs. the district is asking supporters to consider sending letters to legislators. it has an example on its website. the superintenden t says the district needs
maintain programs and staff. " 23:54:10 i think as a bare legislators to be leaders in this area and to choose an appropriate funding level that will allow us to do our jobs and not put schools or kids in a position where we have to crisis manage through funding decisions " the superintenden t says lawmakers say people are already sharing their opinions. governor branstad proposed a 2-point-45 2017 school year during his condition of the state address last week. waterloo school district officials are inviting voters to learn more about a proposed 47 million dollar bond issue. renovatatns both east and west t gh schools. the rest would pay for 35 million dollar career and technical center. students would earn both hi school and college credit ttough those classeses the district would also expand career pathways, including automotive, culinary arts, and early
thirty choices. 17:22:42 "the one thing we don't teach more than one content area, so they can only really do an intro level course, maybe a follow up course, but they can't go really deep in content. that's what this career center would really allow us to do." the bond will go to a vote in about two weeks on february second. community district will ask voters for a second-time e apppve a 49 and a half m mlion dollar bond issue. if approved, the district will add classrooms to the high school and update heating, cooling and safety systems. last year, a similar bond issue failededy only 58 votes. state senators are looking at bill that would eliminate a box on job applications that require you to disclose your criminal record. people refer to the idea as "ban the box". yesterday, a three-member panel of a senate committee met to talk about the bill. it would limit when employers can ask about their criminal records.
whether to present it to the full committee. human rights commissions in both dubuque and waterloo are pushing employers - and in some cases, landlords - to ban the box. they say it can be next to impossible for formerly incarcerated men and women to find jobs. a former city clerk from tama ounty pleaded guilty to federal l eft charges. formerr garwin city clerk anna leytham admitted in a plea agreement to stealing at least 70-thousand dollars from a program receiving public fus. prosecutors say it happened from 2001 to 2013. police arrested her in june after a state audit. a veteran from cedar falls wants to build a smart home to make it easier for him to get around. but the city cououil says it would cause problems for the
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in our sky. even so, our temperatures wililstill be rmer than they have been, reaching to the lower 20s this afternoon and middle 20s tomorrow. winds s e going to be light, as well. a few flurries may fall tomorrow night with partial sunshine returning later friday into saturday. we'll warm to the 30s by sunday before our next chance of snow arrives monday. today: mostly cloudy
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northwest low: 10-16 winds: n 5-10 alo: 13 dbq: 12 iow: 14 friday: turning partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 29 - low: 12 sunday: mostly cloudy high: 35 - low: 21 monday: chance of snow high: 30 - low: 22 tuesday:
he wanted to build a new "smart home" in this area of northwest cedar falls. he requested to re-zone an acre and a half from agricultural to residential. the city denied the request but says morris has other options. "my understanding is that there are alternatives for them to proceed with this property. buying a little more land and possibly leasing it back to the farmer is one of them." the city says morris' request would have forced it to segment the land into smaller pieces and would have created problems if it decided to develop the area in the future. we have some college basketball action for you tonight on kcrg nine point two. showdown as the u-n-i panthers host the wichita state shockers. tipoff is at seven tonight and you can watch the full fame on kcrg nine point two. are taking a stance on renewable fuels. in today's agribusiness report, the renewable fuels summit attracted a lot of
david geiger. ---- it was the tenth annual iowa renewable fuels summit yesterday.. and the busiest i've seen in the years i've been going.. four presidential hopefuls visited as well as the u-s secretary of agriculture.. other notable visitors were three iowa congressmen and the iowa governor and lieutenant governor... the iowa renewable fuels associatio hosted the event and were excited to talk about the isssses they view are important to iowa, like the value added to agriculture through ethanol and the renewable fuel standard. in the ten years since the summit began.. there were 26 ethanol plants with a production capacity of one point seven billion gallons. this year.. there are 43 plants that produce more than four billion gallons. iowa biodiesel has also taken huge
two hundred 42 million gallons in 2016.. more than three times what they did ten years ago.... "and when we look at what we can do here in iowa, why i think we have that chanc to be able to bring those senators, representatives, people that are running for president, together in one place. to show them midwest values that we have here and make sure that t ey translate that and take that to washington d.c." ---- the markets are off to a good start this week.. after last weeks sideways and downward movements. "we seem to be starting off with a nice little boost to the upside across most of the markets. now, initially
some of the strengths seem to fade particularly in wheat. and maybe some of that initial burst.." "came up after ideas that these f fgid cold temperatures in the midwest might have created some damage and we faded from there. but now we are back on the positive side here once again. for corn here this is actually a nice little follow through from some strength that we finished off
week with and really has moved us up to the highest level we've seen here in weeks. even going back to the report, by no
means were there anything bullish per say in those numbers." "cattle punished pretty hard, now this morning we have snapped back fairly wl. not that it's a reversal or anything of that nature or.." "now the hog market, don't mean to jump right over to hogs but the hog market has acted, been acting the other way around and witnessed a nice rebound last week. went to the highest highs, or the highest levels we've traded probably since november. you know, the expansion is s track, we're not running away on moving into expansionary phase, but at the same token, at least we're getting when you start pushing 63-64 dollar hogs again at least you're bringing it back to the point where the producer can make a little money at it too, so." ---- beekeepers are suing the environmental protection agncy.. a group of commercial beekeepers, growers, and environmental activists want seeds treated with neonicototoids to be regulated as a pesticide. and the lawsuit says the e-p-a has not done so under the federal insecticide.. fungicide.. and rodenticide act.
neonic coated seeds harms the environment.. including honey bees and birds. the federal government exemption.. excluding seeds being regulated as pesticides.... the e-p-a regulates them as treated seeds as well.. neonics have been under scrutiny for the last two years as potentially causing a decline a hurting bee population.. in 2014.. a meta analysis of 800 rereorts suggested pollinators than originally thought. ---- and that wraps up our show for today.. thanks for joining us on the agribusiness report.. i'll see you again tomorrow. trt 3.28 8 c webtease iowa poultry producers are tracking their flocks' histories to see if they had contact with bird flu- infected flocks in indiana. radio iowa reports the iowa poultry association believes the bird-flu strain in diana is less contagious than the strain that
of iowa birds last year. animal health officials say crews are working to euthanize an additional 156-thohoand turkeys at 10 indiana farms t tprevent it from spreading. the outbreak has affected more than 400-thousand birds so far. cleaning your oven can be a hassle, especially after a lot of cooking. but if you don't do it right, you could break your oven. more oven care tips in today's angie's list report.
it's going to be tough to get rid of the clouds over the next couple of days, so be ready for more gray than blue in our sky. even so, our temperatures will still be warmer than they have this afternoon and middle 20s tomorrow. winds are going to be light, as well. a few flurries may fall tomorrow night with partial sunshine returning later friday into saturday. we'll warm to the 30s by sunday before our next chance of snow arrives monday.today: mostly cloudy high: 19-25 winds: s 5-10
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this timef year, home appliance experts say they get extra busy with oven repairs. but you can
avoid having to make that phone call with a few simple tips. here is more today's angie's list report. "some people like to line the bottom of their oven with foil when they'reooking a big meal, but it's not a gooddea because it t flects the heat. itt can alter your coooong time and it could also cover up important vents that could lead to carbon monoxide poisoning or even a fire." "suu, it prevents drips and what-have-you and makes cleaning easier, but it causes some problems as far as uneven heat, reflection because oven cavities are made to disperse the heat properly so we have even baking. so foil - not a good idea." like the experts said, don't line the bottom of your oven with foil. also, don't use the self- cleaning feature if you're about to cook a big meal. it heats your oven up to about 850 degrees and raises the potential of burning out the heating element. remember to not cover the vents.
temperatures and efficiency, and could even cause a fire. when you're cleaning the outside, make sure to not use spray cleaners on the controls or knobs. that can leak into the& electrical components and short them out. to heat up your force the warm air out of the oven. to a deadly build wastes eneney. angie says you should get 7 to 10 problem-free years out of a new oven when properly cleaned and maintained. if you hahe a gas oven and start to notice a gas smell or uneven heating, it means there's an ignitor problem that
should be fixed. you can find more helpful tips on angie's list dot com. officicls at the iowa cityy airport are reminding people who have drones that they have to register it. if you do so by today, you'll save a registration fee. otherwise you will pay a 5 dollar fee for a certificate for 3 years. the federal
website for owners to register. in donald trump's recent visit to iowa, he got a major endorsement. a former viceceresidential candidate was fired up and promised people can trust trump to get things done. two sisters were killed in a fire in western wisconsin. a man on his motorcycle passing by did all he could. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's ---. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now,
cases as students return from winter break. and back to normal. students at iowa city west return to classes today after a bomb threat yesterday. and you're looking live on our city cam. finally going to start to see that temperature rise a little bit today. gehrts has your first alert@forecast. it's going to be tough to get rid of the clouds over the next couple of days, so be ready for more gray than blue in our sky. even so, our temperatures will still be warmer than they have been, reaching to the lower 20s this afternoon and middle e s tomorrow. winds are going to be light, as well. a few flurries may fall tomorrow night with partial sunshine returning later friday into saturday. we'll warm to the 30s by sunday before our next chance of snow arrives monday.today: mostly cloudy high: 19-25 winds: s 5-10 alo: 20 dbq: 20 iow: 23
this morning, g-o-p presidential candidate ben carson is mourning the loss of one his campaign volunteererin iowa. 25-year-old braden joplin died yesterday after a crash on interstate 80 west of atlantic. paramedics flew joplin to a hospital in nebrbrka, where he died. the iowa state patrol says another campaign staffer was driving the van and lost control when they hit a patch of ice. the van went across the median and a uck hit it. three other people werer hurt and treated d the atlantic hospital. carson has temporarily suspended his campaign. he and other candidates are offering their
"i saw video of him last night, making yard signs. he was so energegec. it's just amazing what he was doing. and our hearts go out to his family and to all the families involved " "i have a lot of respect for any young person who gets involved in the political process, who volunteers, and i think i speak for everyone in saying our hearts go out to the family of that young man. " republican candidate carly fiorina connues to campaign in iowa today. she is starting her d d in central iowa and heading east. fiorina is scheduled to appear cornell college in mount vernon at 3 o'clock this afternoon. then she plans to go to maquoketa for a coffee with carly event.t. that will be at 5:30 tonight. despite her low poll numbers, fiorina is hoping to sway voters. she stopped at wartburg college in waverly yesterday where she talked about education. the most recent public policy poll has fiorina with
iowa governor terry branstad is weighing in on one-o-p presidential candidate. " i believe it would be a big mistake for iowa to support him. i know he might be ahead in the polls, but the only poll that counts is the one they take on caucus night. and i think it could change between now and then." branstad said ted cruz needs to be defeated during the renewable fuels summit yesterday. he's basing that claim on cruz's opposition to the renewable
fuel standard. other candidates at the summit said if voters elect cruz, the ethanol mandate will not survive. republican presidential candidate rand paul also opposes the renewable fuel standard. the former governor of alaska, sarah palin, has endorsed donald trump. at a rally in ames to be a change in the government. "you know, they stomp on our neck and tell us to chill. just relax. well, look, we are mad and we've been had. they need to get use to it. this election is
anybody but clinton. it's more than that this go around " the fofoer vice presidential candidate says trump has what it takes to turn the country around. an eastern iowa group is hosting a mock caucus and caucus training today. the league of united latin american citizens council is helping with the event in iowa city. you can go to the center for worker justice at 6 o'clock to learn about how the caucuses work and how to be involved. the e hnson county board of supervisors has a new member this morning. in a special election, democrat lisa green- douglass received more than 2-thousand votes yesterday. she is a spanish- language trainer and lives in north liberty. her opponent, north liberty city council member chris hoffman, got more than 12- hundred votes. the county auditor says ter turnout was lower than nororl - at nearly 4 percent.
morning - they were trapped in a house fire. 12-year old lena bartels and 15-year old trinity bartels of wauzeka, wisconsin were the only ones home at the time. a man driving by the house called 9-1-1 just before midnight monday night. he stopped and tried to help, but flames had alrerey taken o or the house. fire crews found the girls inside once the flames were out. the crawford county sheriff's office says this is a devastating loss for the community. "this is a very small, close nit ommunity, things likikthis affect us greatly, but the nice thing about this community is we pull together well as a community, and i think together we'll get through this." the state fire marshall is now investigating the cause of the fire. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. students and staff a athe universisi of iowa hope the number of mumps cases declines this semester. all undergraduat e students are now back in class. there are usually one or two
pically school yeararbut the latest report from county health officials shows 253 cases have been lab confirmed in johnson county, since july. the majority, are at the u-i. . this year, numbers rival 2006, when hundredsdsf cases broke out across the state. kcrg-9's forrest saunders is live at the iowa memorial union to talk with medical staff. forrest, officials hope the winter break will help cut the numbers? -what do your most recent numbers look like? since the ui went on winter break, the numbers tested in the community dropped substantially, but there were still 2-3 cases most days, usually non-students, bubumany college ged individuals who live and work in the area. -do you think e break helped or hurt the spread of the disease? it
typical time between being exposed and coming down with the disease is 16-18 days, so this break should help stop the cycle of spreading this from one person to another. but will not know until the students get back to their nororl campus activities and about a month has passed. -any plans to help combat mumps as students return? continue offering the third dose of mmr. education to get diagnosed and to stay isolated in their room/apt if they develop mumps. -you mentioned these were the highest numbers in a few years, i want to say will eclipse outbreak was statewide, this outbreak has basically stayed confined to the ui campus and
in iowa city, forrest saunders, kcrg-tv9 news iowa city west high school students are going back to a normal day of class today. a bomb threat forced students to evacte yesterday morning. police say they received a 9-1-1 call warning there was an explosive device in the school. it's not clear if this threat is connected to others in the northeast. nine schools in new jersey received phone caca threats yyterday morning. schools in massachusett s and delaware also received bomb threats. police evacuated about 2 thousand people in 10 degree weather. the superintenden t says police determined it was a credible threat. they had to call for all the buses in the area to help transport students.
high, we were able to quickly evacue school, load onto the e ses and then we brought them m ver here to the university of iowa, they graciously allowed us to use the tennis and rec. center. " " just very very glad that nothing actually happened because when you hear about this stuff you get very scared. " police have not made any arrests. this comes a little more than three years after three people were involved in threats against regina catholic high school in iowa city. lice say kashawn deas demanded money and threatened to blow up the school in august and september of 2012. classes were cancelled on both days. police never found any explosives. deas, who is from allentown, pennsylvania, faces felony charges. prosecutors charged two brothers who were fmer regina students, austin and alex troyer wittaiding and abetting.g.ince they were minors at the time we don't know the outcome of those charges. automakers have a new worry this morning. a new study suggests that more young people aren't getting their drivers l lenses
the surf is up in california. the national weather service is forecasting 14 to 16 foot surf off california's central coast. surfers are taking advantage. beach-goers should be careful of dangerous rip currents and powerful waves. it's going to be tough to get rid of the clouds over the next couple of days, so be ready for more gray than blue in our sky. even so, our temperatures will still be warmer than they have been, reaching to the lower 20s this afternoon and middle 20s tomorrow. winds are going to be light, as w wl. a few flurries may fall tomorrow night with partial sunshine returning later friday into saturday. we'll warm to the 30s by sunday before our next chance of snow arrives monday. today: mostly cloudy high: 19-25 winds: s 5-10 alo:
tonight: mostly cloudy low: 12-18 winds: se 5-10 alo: 13 dbq: 13 iow: 16 tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 23-29 winds: e 5-10 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27 tomorrow night: flurries northwest low: 10-16 winds: n 5-10 alo: 13 dbq: 12 iow: 14 friday: turning partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 29 - low: 12 sunday: mostly cloudy high: 35 - low: 21 monday: chance of snow high: 30 - low: 22 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 24 - low: 17 wednesday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 14
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dropped more than three percent to less than 29 dollars a barrel. the dow jones rose 27 points. the s and p gained a point. the nasdaq fell 11. netflix shares are up more than eight percent after the company beat earnings estimates. the video streaming service also added more than one point five million new u-s subscribers during the last three months of the year. it also added more than five and a half million international subscribers. automakers are nervous this morning because fewer young adults are getting their driver's licenses. a new study by the university of michigan found just 76 percent of people between 20 and 24 have a license. that's a sharp decline from 91 percent in 1982. the rise in ride sharing services like uber and ly provide a reasonable alternative for young people in urban areas. it's here's a live look at ??? on
rid of the clouds over the next couple of days, so be ready for more gray than blue in our sky. even so, our temperatures will still be warmer than they have been, reaching to the lower 20s this afternoon and middldl20s tomorrow. winds are going to be light, as well. a few flurries may fall tomorrow
later friday into saturday. we'll warm to the 30s by sunday before our next chance of snow arrives monday.today: mostly cloudy high: 19-25 winds: s 5-10 alo: 20 dbq: 20 iow: 23 tonight: mostly cloudy low: 12-18 winds: se 5-10 alo: 13 dbq: 13 iow: 16 tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 23-29 winds: e 5-10 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27 tomorrow night: flurries northwest low: 10-16 winds: n 5-10 alo: 13 dbq: 12 iow: 14 friday: turning partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saurday: partly cloudy high: 29 - low: 12 sunday: mostly cloudy high: 35 - low: 21 monday: chance of snow high: 30 - low: 22 tuesday: partly cldy high: 24 - low: 17 wednesday: partlyyloudy high: 25 - low: 14
here's a look at today's top stories... g-o-p presidential hopeful doctor ben carson is mourning the life of one of his iowa campaign volunteers. 25-year-old braden joplin died yesterday after a crash on interstate 80 west of atlantic. carson cancelled all campaign events today to be with joplin's family. the linn-mar community school district wants parents to reach out to state lawmakers about school funding. the superintenden t says
the district needs a three point three percent increase in funding to maintain programs and staff. governor branstad has proposed a two point 4-5 percent increase. classes will be back to normal today for students and staff at west high school in iowa city. a bomb threat cut the school day short yesterday. police have not arrested anyone for the threat. schools in new jersey, massachusetts and delaware also received bomb threats sterday. no word yett& if the threats are related.
the with the ladies and scott westerberg has highlights of a good matchup in mount vernon. --the mustangs hosting unbeaten and second ranked western dubuque...mount
vernon was in this the whole way....libby ryan spots up and hits from three....musta ngs within 7.... --bobcats have an answer in the form of morgan pitz....first she buries this triple from the wing....on the next mount vernon
the steal...she takes i icoast to coaststor the lay- in.....western dubuque up 46-33 late in the third... --midway through t 4th it's kaitlyn volesky with the niftyost move...that pull the mustangs back within 7.... --but they didn't have enough to pull the upset....future uni panther megan maahs hits the turnaround jumper as western dubuque stays perfect with the 55-45 win over mount vernon... --let's head south on highway one to solon where the spartans hosted central dewitt....defense was the name of the game early on as taylor ryan steps in front of the pass and takes it the other way for 2....that ties the game at 3 late in the opening quarter..... --just before the buzzer it's softball all-stater sydney lawson with a nice baseline drive as solon led by three after one.... --second quarter it's nichole oberthien with the bucket....this one needed extra time as solon edges dewitt in overtime 29-27. scott westerberg kcrg-tv9 sports. thanks scott. to the boys and 4th ranked iowa city west
fran in the house.. the trojans playing this game without future hawkeye connor mccaffery and future panther tanner lohaus. but they didn't need them tonight. devonte lane e th three of his 17 and iowa city weseswith a lot of depth alex henderson right down the lane for the kiss. and then the trojans turned up the defense forcing a turnover and nate barnes finishes.. west with four players in double figures and they raise their record to 9-3 with the 61-49 win.. linn mar beat ankeny in overtime tonigig behind 37 points from jordann bohannon. kennedy hosted johnston and the cougars going inside early to drake brewster for the bucket and one.. and then they started to heat up from behind the arc. mathew berst doing what h hdoes best and then it was malik haynes turn off
the bench.. but johnston took it right at kennedy look at the drive by 6"8 dawson jones and the drdrons beat the cougarsrs6-37. college hoops.. iowa sophomore dom uhl has turned into one of the best
big 10. dom comes in and gives iowa instant offense and with his length he caca score inside or out.. he is tough to defend. when he first got here he was not a very good soter but to see all the hours he has put in in the off season it isisretty cool to see how he is shooting the ball lately. i just worked on
my shot a lot in the off season and it has helped me out this season. i think going from a freshman to a sophomore you gain more confidence you gain more s surity in your game he has done that and continued to improve on his game. sot :23 oc: "improve on his game " and finally the search continues for a new athletic director at uni. and several sources close to the athletic department have mentionon the name terry allen as a serious candidate for the job and that makes a lot of sense. allen spent 7 years as the head football coach at uni. he knows the athletic program and the challenges they face in cedar fafas. .and he is a very popular figure in the cedar valley and that can help when it comes to fund raising. nothing official yet from uni. thanks scott. ne last look at the e recast,