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volume 125, Issue 63
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City Council approves final phase of Streetscape
by lydia nUzUm jected cost of $3.8 million. The blocks. Construction on the other entities to find a solu- The project also includes ect will overhaul the block
associate city editor project will also include land- first two blocks was com- tion to any safety concerns a maintenance agreement. of High Street between Kirk
scaping improvements to ad- pleted in 2006. A third block presented by the curbs. The agreement is a 15-year and Foundry streets. The es-
Funding and grant project dress the trees that line both of the street was finished in “I think it’s part Tree Board, commitment to maintain- timated cost of improvements
agreements for the fifth and sidewalks along the street. 2008, and renovations on a part Urban Landscape Com- ing a suitable level of main- to the final block is $600,000.
final phase of the High Street “The curbs surrounding fourth block of the project mission, so the people who tenance to the High Street The council also discussed
Streetscape Improvement the trees – something needs were completed in 2010. are maintaining it – helping improvements. expansion of the Morgan-
Project were unanimously ap- to be done,” said Ron Bane, The city received $350,000 to provide trees and direction The council discussed bud- town Municipal Airport and
proved by Morgantown City First Ward councilor and dep- funding in July toward the on public trees – could then geted provisions for equip- approved an ordinance to ad-
Council Tuesday, with the uty mayor. completion of the project. consider other options,” Selin ment to remove chewing gum dress the finance and con-
completion of the project set “I’ve seen so many people Members of city council said. “If we could just look at from the sidewalks and por- struction of an new road-
for the end of 2012. fall. I saw one girl fall while proposed a change to the cur- something that is not a trip- tions of the street. way, as well as an extension
The project – an initiative walking down the street – she rent curbs surrounding trees ping hazard, would not allow “The accumulation of gum of utilities on the east side of
designed to improve light- split her knee open. It’s awful.” along the street. Jenny Selin, the mulch to come out and on the street is pretty bad,” the airport.
ing, sidewalks and crosswalks The renovations to High Fourth Ward councilor, said didn’t hurt the trees, we’d be Bane said. “It’s disgusting.”
along High Street – has a pro- Street are completed in city they would need to work with golden.” The final phase of the proj- email@example.com
sGa speak-Up Brazilian Embassy representatives visit University
addresses campus by carlee lammers
our students and faculty to Bra-
Providing students with a
transportation issues The West Virginia Univer-
sity Office of Multicultural Pro-
grams welcomed members of
the Brazilian Embassy Tues-
global experience has the abil-
ity to make them well-rounded
individuals and prepare them
for life after graduation, Cave
day as part its Cultural Attaches said.
by joshUa clark “There used to be ear- Program. “It’s a desirable experience
staff writer marks, allotments of fund- The event worked to provide for students to gain global ex-
ing set aside for specific proj- students with a globalized, cul- perience at WVU. It’s really
The 2011 Transportation ects. Now, the current state turally enriching experience valuable for students to enrich
and Parking Plan was pre- of Washington doesn’t al- without even having to leave their education and get outside
sented by the West Virginia low that. Morgantown gets Morgantown, said Sabrina of the box,” she said.
University Student Govern- $1.2 million for total federal Cave, executive director of the The Brazilian Embassy rep-
ment Association during a transit, and compared to all Mountaineer Parents Club. resentatives traveled from D.C.
Student Speak-Up held in the fixed guideway projects, our “The beauty of us being to present “Brazil: The future
Mountainlair Tuesday. amount of grant money is such a diverse campus is that is today,” a program dedicated
The plan, drafted by the .007 percent of the total.” if a student can’t study abroad, to spreading awareness about
WVU Department of Trans- Daniel Brummage, a senior we can actually bring the cul- Brazil’s emerging economy and mallory brackeN/THe DaIly aTHeNaeum
portation and Parking, will af- business management stu- ture to them,” Cave said. “We The West Virginia University Brazilian Ensemble performs at the Brazilian Cultural Recep-
fect transportation and park- dent, said he wanted to know are thrilled to be able to expose see brazIL on PAGE 2 tion Tuesday evening in the Mountainlair Ballrooms.
ing July 1, 2012, through June whether parking improve-
30, 2017. ments would allow change
Study examines dogs’ effect on post-traumatic stress
“We subsidize $900,000 a for students paying to park in
year to Mountain Line an- the Mountainlair Parking Ga-
nually,” said Hugh Kierig, di- rage. The parking rate in the
rector of Transportation and garage is currently $1.25, an
Parking. increase of 25 cents from pre-
“We pay for all the Thurs- vious years. by jessica lear will be trained to work with vet- great debt of gratitude to those service dogs might be able to
day through Saturday ‘enter- “Our pay and display sys- staff writer erans who have symptoms of who join the service on behalf play in that initiative could lead
tainment’ buses and 75 cents tem will become pay-by- heightened awareness and hy- of all of us,” he said. “That ser- to novel approaches to help-
for every student who swipes space,” Kierig said. “Starting West Virginia University, persensitivity to noise. vice can carry long-term psy- ing service men and women
a card. Even so, we are always tentatively in the fall semes- with the support of the Na- “The hope is that the dogs chological impacts, and it’s returning from action to rein-
looking for ways to help stu- ter, one change will be to pur- tional Institute for Occupa- will allow veterans to work with incumbent on us to explore tegrate into the civilian work-
dents access bus services.” chase a permit in the upper tional Safety and Health, is ex- a dog trained to recognize the novel approaches to helping force,” Wilson said.
The new plan will include level of the garage. You will amining the effect service dogs veterans’ distress, and dissipate them deal with those impacts Although there are not many
improvements to the PRT. go to the pay machine, put in have on veterans. that in a way that allows them to so they can lead as normal a life direct studies involving ser-
Dave Small, SGA director of how much time you want and Researchers in the WVU Da- secure and maintain employ- as possible.” vice dogs and veterans, Wilson
safety, said the funding for what space you are parked in, vis College of Agriculture, Natu- ment and reintegration into so- NIOSH has provided WVU is convinced the project will
the proposed PRT system im- and pay without having to go ral Resources, and Design hope ciety,” Wilson said. with $273,202 to work on Proj- achieve positive results.
provement has been difficult back to your car. Pricing will to find that specially trained Wilson said he believes it is ect ROVER: Returning Our “There is considerable an-
to obtain. stay the same, but there will dogs can help veterans combat the public’s duty to help vet- Veterans to Employment and ecdotal evidence that ani-
“The PRT needs $93 mil- be an option for credit cards post-traumatic stress disorder erans get acclimated back Reintegration. mal companions can alleviate
lion for the improvements to and giving change.” and return to the workforce. into to society and the work- “NIOSH has a larger effort stress. In this case, it’s the stress
get completed, and grant re- Gov. Caroline Sprenger, Matt Wilson, interim divi- place when they return from focused on total worker health. from exposure to combat,” he
quests have failed twice,” Ki- sion director of Animal and Nu- overseas. We think including an objec-
erig said. see speak-up on PAGE 2 tritional Sciences, said the dogs “Personally, I think we owe a tive investigation of the role see veterans on PAGE 2
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2 | NEWS THE DAILY ATHENAEUM WEDNESDAy NovembeR 16, 2011
shooting occurs at Uc berkeley during protests
BeRKeLey, Calif. (aP) — A lish an encampment Tuesday
day of demonstrations by stu- night, when Reich is sched-
dents and anti-Wall Street ac- uled to deliver his speech on
tivists was disrupted Tuesday class warfare on the steps of
when a campus police officer Sproul Hall.
shot a man with a gun about a On Nov. 9, baton-wielding
half-mile from the main pro- police clashed with protest-
test site at the University of ers who tried to set up tents
California, Berkeley. and arrested 40 people as the
The shooting occurred in- university sought to uphold a
side the Haas School of Busi- campus ban on camping.
ness as hundreds of demon- UC Berkeley Chancellor
strators left an outdoor plaza Robert Birgeneau launched
at the university for a march to an investigation into allega-
demonstrate outside a bank. tions that campus police used
Officials did not know if the excessive force. He said vid-
suspect was part of the Oc- eos of the protests were dis-
cupy Cal movement, said Ute turbing, and he plans to grant
Frey, a spokeswoman for the amnesty to all students who
university. were arrested and cited for at-
“I just hope it wasn’t from tempting to block police from
the protest or the movement, removing the tents.
because that’s not what the “The events of last Wednes-
movement is about,” said Sa- day are unworthy of us as a
dia Saif, a 19-year-old sopho- university community,” Birge-
more at UC Berkeley. neau wrote in a letter Monday
University officials said a to the campus.
female staff member reported Oscar Varela, 21, a fifth-year
a man with a gun at 2:17 p.m. economics major who helped
Police found the suspect in organize Tuesday’s demon-
a third-floor computer room strations, was among the stu-
where there were at least four dents who tried to block cam-
students. pus police from tearing down
The suspect raised the gun the campus encampment.
and was shot by an officer, The Occupy Cal activists
according to the school. The planned to vote on re-estab-
condition of the 33-year-old lishing a camp on campus at
suspect was not immediately 5 p.m. at its general assembly
known. His name was not meeting.
released. “We want to stay here to
Dong Hwan Kim, 27, a prove to the regents and state
senior, said he was terri- that we are part of this move-
fied when he learned of the ap ment and that we want our
shooting. University of California at Berkeley students participate in a ‘teach-in’ near Sather Gate Thursday in Berkeley, Calif. Dozens of people were arrested during Occupy demonstrations at tuition to go back to what it
“The shooting, in addition the University of California, Berkeley campus, as authorities twice clashed with protesters trying to set up encampments. used to be, which essentially
to what’s happening here with should be free,” Varela said.
the protests, makes the cam- campus strike, and protesters was covered with banners ing an introductory Spanish Occupy Oakland activists UC Berkeley officials were
pus feel really tense,” Kim marched and rallied to pro- that read “stop the cuts” and language class outside. were marching to the campus determined Tuesday to avoid
said. “This is a historical mo- test banks and budget cuts to “educate the state.” Bands played on the steps Tuesday after police cleared a repeat of last week’s vio-
ment, but it is also really scary higher education. “If the only people who of the plaza, as hundreds of a tent city outside Oakland lence, said campus spokes-
at the same time.” Earlier in the day, more can come here in the future students gathered for a noon- City Hall on Monday amid man Dan Mogulof.
Protesters descended on than 1,000 students, campus are those who have money, time rally billed as a kickoff complaints about safety and “We will learn from what
the university after ReFund employees, faculty and other it’s going to hurt everyone’s for a day of activities that in- sanitation, and arrested 33 happened and do everything
California, a coalition of stu- demonstrators filled an out- educational experience,” said cluded a speech by UC Berke- people. that’s necessary to make sure
dent groups and university door plaza after many took Daniel Rodriguez, 28, a gradu- ley professor and former U.S. Occupy Cal activists said it doesn’t happen again,” he
employee unions, called for a part in teach-ins. The plaza ate student who was conduct- Labor Secretary Robert Reich. they would try again to estab- said.
Post office losses mount to $5.1B speak-Up
Continued from PAGE 1
just not very good and needs to
be fixed. You also can take the
Walnut bus, but few students
rooms, drink machines and
maybe a hot dog vendor up
there. That would allow a more
WasHInGTOn (aP) — The In the event of a shutdown, save money. They have asked even know that.” centralized location for catch-
U.S. Postal Service said Tues- private companies such as Congress for permission to whose platform was transpor- Sprenger said SGA is con- ing the bus downtown.”
day it has lost $5.1 billion in FedEx and UPS could handle reduce mail delivery to five tation reform during the last sidering establishing a de- “We have the largest pub-
the past year, pushing it closer a small portion of the mate- days a week, which many SGA election, said transporta- pot on North High Street that lic transit system in terms of
to imminent default on a mul- rial the post office moves, but lawmakers oppose, and to tion services at WVU need to would allow students to see ridership total in the state,” Ki-
tibillion-dollar payment and they do not go everywhere. No eliminate or reduce the an- be more effectively advertised their route and purchase bev- erig said. “I’m proud of how
to future bankruptcy as the business has shown interest in nual payments of about $5.5 to students. erages, and SGA is consider- students have taken interest
weak economy and increased delivering letters everywhere billion to prefund retiree “We have a bus to the Wa- ing potential locations for the and have really accepted pub-
Internet use drive down mail in the country for a set rate of health benefits. The agency terfront, but it isn’t well-adver- project. lic transportation here. I would
volume. 44 cents for a first-class letter. also wants the return of at tised,” Sprenger said. “Students “Our ideal location would encourage everyone to com-
The financial losses for the For the fiscal year ended least $6.9 billion it says was need a bus to the Waterfront be the new farmers’ market on ment on the master plan as
year ended Sept. 30 came de- Sept. 30, the post office had overpaid into federal retire- to get to the services there and the corner of Spruce and Fay- soon as possible.”
spite deep cuts of more than income of $65.7 billion, down ment funds. the Office of Student Records. ette,” Sprenger said. “We want
130,000 jobs in recent years $1.4 billion from the previous The service also seeks more The situation with parking is to have better lighting, rest- firstname.lastname@example.org
and the closing of some year. Expenses totaled $70.6 layoffs, which are barred by
smaller local post offices.
Losses will only accelerate
in the coming year, Postmas-
The loss of $5.1 billion was
less than a previous estimate
current contracts with its em-
ployee unions, and the au-
thority to negotiate with
ter General Patrick Donahoe of $10 billion, but only be- unions on a possible alternate
Continued from PAGE 1
warned, citing faster-than-ex- cause the $5.5 billion payment health care system that would
pected declines in first-class – originally due Sept. 30 – was cost less. culture.
mail. He implored Congress deferred until Nov. 18 with the Postal Service losses have First Secretary Head of the
to take swift, wide-ranging approval of Congress. been mounting over the past Cultural and Public Informa-
action to stabilize the ailing In 2010, losses totaled $8.5 few years as more private mail tion Section Andre Durham
agency’s finances as it nears billion. and bill payments have been Caciel de Castro spoke about
a legal deadline Friday to pay Mail volume this past year switched to the Internet, and the country’s foreign policies
$5.5 billion into the U.S. Trea- totaled 168 billion pieces, the recession has hurt returns and priorities and its relation-
sury for future retiree health compared with 171 billion in on advertising and other busi- ship with the U.S.
benefits. 2010, a decline of 1.7 percent. ness mail. Currently, there are ap-
Congress is expected to At the same time volume was Of particular concern has proximately 8,500 Brazilian
grant a reprieve, but that will declining, the post office was been the decline in lucra- students in the U.S. earning
only delay the day of reck- required to begin service to tive first-class mail, largely a college education, accord-
oning for an agency strug- thousands of new addresses consisting of personal letters ing to Castro, and Brazil ranks
gling for relevance in an elec- to accommodate population and cards, bills, payments low worldwide with students
tronic age. Based on current growth and new businesses. and similar items. First-class studying abroad in the U.S.
losses, the Postal Service says The Postal Service, an in- mail volume fell 5.8 percent in He said he hopes events
it will run out of money – or dependent agency of govern- 2011, 6.6 percent in 2010, 8.6 such as these can increase the
come dangerously close – next ment that does not receive percent in 2009 and 4.8 per- number of students and fill that
September, forcing it to halt tax money for its operations, cent in 2008. Traditionally, gap.
service. is not seeking federal funds. this mail has produced more “There is a lot of room for
“We are at a point where we Instead, postal officials than half of total revenue. Brazil to fill. The generation to-
require urgent action,” Dona- want changes in the way Volume for standard mail – day is forming and has allowed
hoe said. they operate so they can advertising and similar items Brazil to occupy a different po-
sition than it has,” Castro said.
“This kind of initiative brings
the possibility of bridging the
informational gap between
Brazil and the U.S.”
A Brazilian Cultural Re-
ception was also held in the
Mountainlair Ballrooms, where
students had the opportunity
to get a taste of Brazilian cul-
ture through some of the na-
tion’s traditional music and mallory brackeN/THe DaIly aTHeNaeum
food. Andre Durham Caciel de Castro from the Brazilian Embassy speaks at the Brazilian Cultural
Members of the WVU Bra- Reception Tuesday evening in the Mountainlair Ballrooms.
zilian and Portuguese Stu-
dent Associations facilitated emerging global markets, with to learn not just from books
exhibits that shared informa- an emphasis on the benefits and faculty, but through other
tion on Brazilian culture, in- W.Va. companies could receive events,” Sartarelli said.
cluding a performance by the through a Brazilian immersion. For more information on the
WVU Brazilian Ensemble in Sartarelli said opportuni- WVU Cultural Attaches Pro-
the Mountainlair food court. ties like these provide students gram series, visit http://stu-
Dean of the College of Busi- with an educational experience dentlife.wvu.edu/office_of_
ness and Economics Jose Sar- that’s influential outside of the multicultural_programs.
tarelli moderated a roundtable classroom.
discussion on the impact of “This event allows students Back email@example.com
Veterans with PTSD will be
place laboratory to objectively
measure whether the trained
Continued from PAGE 1 surveyed about potentially dogs are able to reduce distress.
helpful actions dogs could WVU students can partici-
said. “Currently, military ser- be trained to perform that pate in training the dogs by tak-
vice dogs spend a portion of could alleviate symptoms that ing courses offered by the Divi-
their tour on the front lines sim- limit their employability and sion of Animal and Nutritional
ply visiting troops based on the reintegration. Sciences.
expectation that it will reduce Wilson said veterans will be
the stress associated with their brought into a simulated work- firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday November 16, 2011 THE DAILY ATHENAEUM ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 3
‘So Outta Reach, EP’ ‘The 9th Inning, EP ’ ‘Part Lies, Part Heart, ‘Crazy Clown Time’
Part Truth, Part
Kurt vile Gonjasufi Garbage: 1982 - 2011’ David Lynch
Kurt vile, the gangly, long- Sumach ecks, better known by David Lynch, the auteur who
haired guitar prodigy whose his stage name Gonjasufi, is one of made a name for himself with
string of matador records re- the most enigmatic and difficult-to- r.e.m. such visual masterpieces as
leases has been hailed as the classify musicians creating and per- 1977’s “eraserhead,” has released
return and saving grace of the forming music today. In october, legendary Athens, his debut musical project, “Crazy
classic Fm rock sound, has re- Gonjasufi, who is a rapper, pro- Ga.,-based alternative-rock group Clown Time,” on Play It Again Sam
cently released his latest eP, “So ducer, former yoga teacher and disc r.e.m. announced it would be dis- records.
outta reach.” jockey, began to receive attention banding. After 29 years, 15 studio So, what happens when the
The cover image of “So outta from the music press in 2008 when albums, 65 singles and 25 million man who gave the world “mulhol-
reach” consists of a collection of he was featured on fellow sound- albums sold, michael Stipe and land Drive” steps up to the mic?
snapshots, each featuring a dif- shaper Flying Lotus’ debut album company will no longer play to- Well, the result can only be de-
ferent party-goer posing with a “Los Angeles.” gether or record new material. scribed as “Lynchian.”
passed-out vile on a couch. This appearance earned him a To help ease the loss of r.e.m., Like his films, “Crazy Clown
on “So outta reach,” vile con- deal with renowned independent Warner bro. records has issued a Time” is stark, unsettling and sur-
tinues to define his unique Amer- label Warp, and his critically ac- career-spanning retrospective al- prisingly captivating. The tracks,
ican folk-rock sound in the vein claimed debut , “A Sufi and a Killer,” bum, “Part Lies, Part Heart, Part which Lynch has described in in-
of legendary performers like Neil was released in 2010. Truth, Part Garbage: 1982 -2011.” terviews as sounding akin to
Young and bruce Springsteen. ecks’ most recent experimenta- The collection features some of “electro-pop,” sound more like a
vile’s music is breezy, mysteri- tions are captured on “The 9th In- the group’s most popular songs as mixture of dense, layered sonic ex-
ous and full of space for him to ning” eP, a four-song mini-album he well as three new songs the group periments and weird blues.
explore and fill with the nuances recently released for free through recorded after the completion of Yeah Yeah Yeah’s spastic front
of his guitar. his SoundCloud account. its final studio album, “Collapse woman Karen o uses her distinct
While his full-length studio Sonically, “The 9th Inning” eP into Now.” voice to provide the album’s sec-
albums provide a more fulfill- is consistent with ecks’ previous While r.e.m. will surely be ondary vocals.
ing and well-rounded listening works, featuring his delicate, dam- missed, it will not be forgotten. While this album is not likely to
experience, “So outta reach’s” aged voice quietly delivering chant- r.e.m.’s musical legend is rein- be deemed a classic, it will touch
sound will satisfy vile’s fans like lyrics amid a swirl of eastern- forced by the enormous number of a cord with die-hard Lynch devo-
and give them a glimpse at his influenced electronics, vintage alterative and independent artists tees and anyone looking for an en-
consistency. samples and dubby reverb. who have followed in the group’s gaging musical adventure.
Hopefully, this eP is a good indi- footsteps and owe the band a mu-
cation of the shape ecks’ future full- sical debt.
length work will take on. regard-
less, it’s fascinating to watch such a
unique and original artist develop.
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Tegan and Sara release live DVD, CD combo ‘Get Along’
Many of the songs are about “Five” Andrews on drums and
RebeCCA LebheRz love and relationships. Shaun Huberts on bass guitar.
a&e Correspondent Tegan’s and Sara’s unique However, on “Get Along’s” live
voices on this live album offer CD, Tegan and Sara alone play
a fresh sound in today’s mu- the guitar, keyboards and sing.
sic industry, which is often dis- In 2010, Tegan and Sara
Canadian-based indie graced by auto-tuned vocals won Western Canadian Music
group Tegan and Sara released and lip-synching. The twins’ Award’s International Achieve-
a new DVD collection, “Get raw talent is evident on this ment Award, and in 2011 they
Along,” which hit the shelves performance. The live record- were nominated for Indie
yesterday. ing is clean and clear. Award’s Group or Duo of the
The DVD collection fea- Tegan and Sara, Cana- Year.
tures footage from two tours, a dian singer-songwriters, re- The group has toured with
film of a stripped-down studio leased their first full length al- artists such as Neil Young, Ben
concert, “For the Most Part,” bum “Under Feet Like Ours” in Folds, Weezer, Death Cab for
and a live CD from a concert 1999. Since then, they have re- Cutie, The Killers and many
at The Warehouse Studio in leased five full length albums, more.
Vancouver. an EP and a DVD - not includ- “Get Along’s” opening track
“Get Along,” the live CD, ing yesterday’s release of “Get “Alligator” is a much chiller
is 15 tracks of easy listen- Along.” version, especially when com-
ing released by Warner Bros. Their 2004 release “So Jeal- pared to the “Alligator” remix
Records. ous” pushed the group’s suc- Tegan and Sara released fea-
Tegan Quin and Sara Quin’s cess tremendously and is per- turing Passion Pit.
identical voices stand out haps still their most popular The following 14 tracks take
alongside the acoustic guitar album. on the same laid-back quality
and keyboards on these new Tracks “I Know I Know I while still engaging the listener.
arrangements. Know” and “I Won’t Be Left” “Get Along” is a great live re-
Although all the tracks are on “Get Along” are both on “So cording with a fresh perspec-
from previous CDs, the new Jealous” in their original form. tive on previously released
release offers a different take In 2006, “So Jealous” was nom- popular hits by Tegan and Sara.
on the songs. The stripped- inated for a Juno Award for Al-
down versions emphasize the ternative Album of the Year.
twins’ vocals and slow down The duo is usually backed by «««««
the songs for a more deliber- band members Ted Gowans on WARNER BROTHERS RECORDS
ate conversation in the lyrics. guitar and keyboards, Johnny email@example.com Canadian indie duo Tegan and Sara have released a live DVD, CD combo.
Sandusky’s responses during interview surprised NBC’s Bob Costas
NEW YORK (AP) — NBC that’s the smartest thing to do,’ Ultimately, “Rock Center” many years at Penn State. heard rhythmic slap, slap, slap- itals and performing oral sex.
worked feverishly to spread but at the same time, sure if you was seen by 3.87 million view- As television, the interview ping sounds and he described “There’s no way to sani-
the word about Bob Costas’ want to do it. Let’s get him on ers, Nielsen said, well behind was minimalist: Phone inter- it as rape?” tize it,” Hartman said. “If you
exclusive interview with for- the phone,” said Costas, who the 13.4 million people who views are rarely seen on TV be- Costas also asked specifi- do, you do a disservice to the
mer assistant Penn State foot- declined an interview request watched the well-promoted cause of the lack of video. NBC cally about touching boys’ gen- viewers.”
ball coach Jerry Sandusky, with The Associated Press interview with Giffords. That ran some still pictures of San-
who is accused of sexually as- through a spokeswoman. still beat the 3.46 million peo- dusky, but otherwise the cam-
saulting boys, even as the two
men were still on the phone
About 10 or 15 minutes later,
the interview began.
ple who watched “Rock Cen-
ter” the previous Monday, and
era focused largely on Costas’
together. Their talk, broadcast
Monday on the “Rock Center”
NBC immediately faced a
challenge in how to publicize
clips of the interview were
widely disseminated and dis-
Costas was blunt, often un-
comfortably so. White Saturday
newsmagazine, was part of a
remarkable evening of news
an interview with three hours’
notice, particularly given that
cussed on Tuesday.
With countless journalists
“What about Mike Mc-
Queary, the grad assistant who
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The West Virginia Univer- provements at WVU. ing to attend and speak at the couple of the issues discussed sure to encounter some of these
sity Student Government As- SGA is giving students that SGA sponsored Speak-Ups, stu- Tuesday by SGA Director of issues on a daily basis. Take ad-
sociation held a Speak-Up chance to speak out and have dents should want to attend, Safety Dave Small and WVU vantage of the chance to speak
Tuesday on parking and trans- questions answered by Univer- learn more about the issues and Transportation and Parking Di- up on these campus issues.
portation at WVU, which had sity directors and officials. Stu- give suggestions. rector Hugh Kierig. Get involved on campus. You
low attendance. dents must make a larger pres- Parking and transportation These Speak-Ups are a great can make a difference for the
SGA is supposed to be the ence at Speak-Up events. for WVU students is a big issue opportunity to help change University, but only if you at-
voice of the student body, a With more students attend- in Morgantown, and more than WVU for the better. tend events such as this.
place where students can go to ing, more diverse opinions will those related to SGA should They range in topics like SGA is about the students,
have their opinions heard. be heard and will help the de- have attended. parking and transportation, and they need input for change Tell us what you think about
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move forward on possible im- If University officials are will- ing Garage fee changes were a As a WVU student, you are firstname.lastname@example.org
Improve education; don’t eliminate it
be privatized – or at the very ensure the rich would be- Without a national curric- teachers and pay them more. ready, fewer students would
least be left to the state so come richer and the poor ulum, there will be students Paying teachers a higher default on college loans,
jeremIah yates parents could have a choice become poorer, which is a forced to attend lower-qual- salary would lead to more leaving more money for
opinion editor of where their children go to problem we already have in ity schools. qualified individuals pursu- those who are ready.
school. America. Also, some of the reasons ing teaching degrees. The government should
I respect Paul for his con- Paul admits privatizing many children are illiterate There aren’t many peo- work on making public ed-
tinued strong stance, but schools is a difficult task, so is because of their home life. ple who think it is a good ucation more efficient. More
It would be a flawed argu- his solutions are just not he offers a more realistic so- Parents aren’t always the best decision to pay $25,000 for students should leave high
ment to claim the U.S. De- practical. lution that would leave the role models, nor do all par- a teaching degree and then school with the abilities to
partment of Education is per- Paul mentions the prob- school systems up to the ents have their children’s fu- only make around $30,000 a make it in the real world –
fect. Actually, it is far from it. lems of inner-city schools – states and give individual tures as a top priority. Leav- year. unfortunately, many do not.
Too many children pass drugs, violence and poor test families tax credits or vouch- ing a child’s future up to Once teachers are paid But, that doesn’t mean the
through the system without scores – but his solution to ers to pay for the school they parents doesn’t guarantee more money and held ac- Department of Education
the basic skills needed to live privatize schooling is a slip- want their children to attend. them a prosperous future. countable, the quality of ed- can’t become more efficient.
a successful life in America. pery slope. Leaving the school sys- The Department of Educa- ucation will increase. There are many other gov-
However, just because It is not efficient to priva- tem to the state would be a tion should be reevaluated, Another way to make pub- ernment programs that could
the Department of Educa- tize industries that do not little better than privatiza- but not eliminated. When lic school more efficient is to be cut, such as the Drug En-
tion needs to be improved have revenue. Teachers are tion, but the same principle President George W. Bush convince fewer unprepared forcement Agency, the mili-
doesn’t mean it should be paid to educate children; applies: The wealthier states passed the No Child Left Be- high school students to at- tary and probably countless
eliminated, which is the so- they are not factory workers would have better schools. hind Act, he did so in hopes tend college. others.
lution proposed by several who produce a product that And, those who are in states it would hold more teachers Students are coerced into Cutting education is ab-
presidential candidates. makes the school money. with lower income averages accountable for the success taking out thousands of dol- surd. Make it better; don’t
Republican presiden- For one, completely (such as W.Va.) would be left of students, but it did noth- lars in student loans in or- make it nonexistent.
tial candidate Congressman privatizing the school sys- in the dark. ing to help teachers with der to attend college, many Government programs
Ron Paul is known for this at- tem would only ensure the Every American deserves their jobs. The only thing it of whom have no idea what are never going to be per-
titude toward all government wealthy individuals would equal opportunities of did was show the country they want to study. fect. People will cheat the
programs. In his eyes, they all obtain quality education. education. our schools need improved. Many students enter col- system, and sometimes the
waste money and produce The rest would return to Simply giving families tax I agree teachers should be lege unprepared and drop system will fail people. But,
little-to-no results. one-room schools and an ex- credits or vouchers doesn’t held accountable, but don’t out after the first semester. that’s life.
According to Paul, he tremely low literacy rate. guarantee they will be used cut the funding for the en- If students were encour- All American children de-
would rather have education A policy such as this would in the best way. tire department – hire better aged to wait until they are serve to be educated.
Pipeline decision means oil industry will move overseas
edly come under fire because oil than protecting the aquifer. ernment making the decision considering focusing his na- Hopefully, TransCan-
part of the pipeline will cross “It’s our hope that (the de- to halt construction of the tion’s oil resources in another ada Corp will be able to fin-
danIel renfrow the Sandhills region of Ne- lay) will kill the pipeline,” project? direction: West. ish the project. But, if not, we
the daily cougar braska, an ecologically fragile said Nick Berning, a spokes- It is possible this is simply Harper talked to reporters will know where to place the
uwire area that lies above the Ogal- man for Friends of the Earth, a political move by President on Sunday at the Asia-Pacific blame.
lala Aquifer. a grassroots environmental Barack Obama. By delaying Economic Cooperation lead-
About 27 percent of the ir- group, to the International the construction of the proj- er’s meeting in Hawaii about
When most students hear rigated land in the U.S. relies Business Times. ect until after 2013, Obama how the decision to delay
the word Keystone, they im- on this aquifer for agricultural “It’s simply not true that we has prevented the pipeline construction of the pipeline
mediately think about what needs. need this oil.” from becoming an election will affect the future of Cana-
they were drinking last week-
end. They don’t think about
The fear this pipeline could
pollute this aquifer is un-
This couldn’t be further
from the truth. We do, in fact,
It will enable him to enter
da’s oil industry.
“This does underscore the
the Keystone XL pipeline. derstandable, but with the need this oil. the 2012 election with a sta- necessity of Canada making
This pipeline is a $7 billion amount of research Trans- In addition to doubling the ble voter base. sure that we are able to access OPInIOn COLUMnIsTs
project from TransCanada Canada Corp has put into the amount of oil sand refined in The Obama administration Asia markets for our energy
Corp that would transport an project, it is highly unlikely the U.S., the pipeline could is sending the message to oil products,” Harper said.
estimated 830,000 barrels of this will happen. potentially lower oil prices companies that the U.S. is not Alberta Premier Alison Your words could be on this page!
crude oil from Alberta, Can- On Monday, the company and give the U.S. a necessary a good country in which to do Redford echoed Harper’s sen-
ada, to Houston every day. announced it would exam- alternative to oil produced in business. timents in the National Post Stop by 284 Prospect St. or e-mail da-
email@example.com to re-
The pipeline could produce ine alternative routes for the the Middle East. Most oil companies are al- on Monday.
ceive an application. There are cur-
as many as 20,000 jobs, many contested portion of the pipe- Furthermore, what is the ready moving their opera- “Reality is, Alberta and rently three spots available.
of them in the Houston area. line – routes that would allow message the Obama admin- tions overseas. This pipeline Canada will build markets,
Last week, the Obama admin- them to bypass the Ogallala istration is sending to oil could have been a symbol of and we will go where there All applications should include three
istration killed the hopes of Aquifer. companies? our nation’s commitment to are markets available to us,” writing samples, at least one of which
this pipeline being built by You would think this would The application for the the oil industry – an industry Redford said. should be opinion-related.
delaying the rest of its con- be enough for opponents of project was submitted to the that employs and provides The Obama administration
struction until 2013. the project, but it seems they U.S. Department of State in benefits to thousands of US needs to be held accountable
TransCanada Corp. has al- are more concerned about September of 2008. citizens. for its reckless decision to de-
ready poured $2 billion into killing U.S. jobs and ridding Why now, after three years Canada’s Prime Minister lay the construction of this
the project, but has repeat- the U.S. of a viable source of have passed, is the US gov- Stephen Harper is already project.
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THE WEEK AHEAD Literacy Volunteers, a member of the
United Way family. For more informa-
ROSENBAUM FAMILY HOUSE, which
TODAY tion on Literacy Volunteers, contact provides a place for adult patients and
NOVEMBER 16 Jan at 304-296-3400 or mclv2@com-
their families to stay while receiving
medical care at WVU, is looking for ser-
F Minus by Tony Carrillo
PSYCHOLOGY CLUB meets
from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in WVU FENCING CLUB hosts ad- vice organizations to provide dinner
room G15 of the Life Sciences vanced fencing practice from 7p.m. for 20 to 40 Family House guests. For
Building. Dr. Christina Duncan to 9 p.m. in the Stansbury Hall Gym. more information, call 304-598-6094
will present on her work as For more information, email wvufenc- or email email@example.com.
a pediatric psychologist and firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.encing- LITERACY VOLUNTEERS is seeking
will hold a short discussion club.studentorgs.wvu.edu. volunteers for one-on-one tutoring in
afterwards. AIKIDO FOR BEGINNERS is at 6 p.m. basic reading and English as a second
MARTIN-HALL AGENCY pres- at Lakeview Fitness Center. There are language. Volunteer tutors will com-
ents “Power Up Your Professional special rates for WVU students. For plete tutor training, meet weekly with
Network” with Tom Marchese, more information, email var3@com- their adult learners, report volunteer
VP of Marketing for Bob Evans, cast.net. hours quarterly, attend at least two in-
at 6:30 p.m. in Martin Hall Room STUDENTS FOR SENSIBLE DRUG service trainings per year and help with
205. The cost is $5 and includes POLICY meets at 7 p.m. in Room 105 one fundraising event. For more infor-
free Bob Evans pie. For more of Woodburn Hall . For more informa- mation, call 304-296-3400 or email
information, email amy.bruzgo@ tion, email email@example.com. firstname.lastname@example.org.
gmail.com or call 215-595-3046.
CHAMPION TRAINING ACADEMY
offers free tumbling and stunting
CATHOLIC MASS is held at St.
John University Parish at 4:30 p.m. on
Get Fuzzy by Darby Conley
NOVEMBER 17 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for those weekdays.
THE MON GROUP OF THE interested in competing on a Coed THE CONDOM CLOSET is held in the
SIERRA CLUB WEST VIRGINIA Open International Level 5 Cheerlead- Monongalia room of the Mountainlair
CHAPTER hosts a free screen- ing Team. For more information, call from 11 a.m. to noon every Tuesday.
ing of the highly acclaimed 304-291-3547 or email CTA at ctainfo@ THE CONDOM CARAVAN is held in
documentary film “The Last comcast.net. the Mountainlair from noon to 2 p.m.
Mountain” at 6:30 p.m. at the WVU’S GENDER EQUALITY MOVE- every Tuesday. The caravan sells con-
Monongalia Friends Meeting MENT, formerly the Feminist Majority
House, at 648 E Brockway Ave. doms for 25 cents each or five for $1.00.
Leadership Alliance, meets in the Caca- MOUNTAINEER SPAY/NEUTER AS-
JIM SAVARINO will be per- pon Room of the Mountainlair at 6:30
forming original Appalachian SISTANCE PROGRAM is an all-volunteer
p.m. For more information, email wvu- nonprofit that promotes spay/neuter
roots music and some favorite email@example.com.
cover songs at the Morgantown to reduce the number of homeless
Brewpub from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. pets that are euthanized every year.
The event is free. For more infor- CONTINUAL M-SNAP needs new members to help
WELLNESS PROGRAMS on topics
mation, call 304-241-1976.
FRIDAY such as drinkWELL, loveWELL, chill-
its cause, as does ReTails, a thrift shop
located in the Morgantown Mall. For Cow and Boy by Mark Leiknes
WELL and more are provided for inter- more information, visit www.m-snap.
NOVEMBER 18 ested student groups, organizations org.
THE WVU CHAPTER OF THE or classes by WELLWVU: Wellness and
NCPA is holding a bone marrow THE ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN
Health Promotion. For more informa- SCIENCE meets on the second Monday
donor registration drive from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Westover tion, visit www.well.wvu.edu/wellness. and fourth Tuesday of every month at
Rite Aid. The event is free of WELLWVU: STUDENT HEALTH is noon at Hatfields in the Mountainlair.
charge, and potential donors paid for by tuition and fees and is con- All students and faculty are invited. For
will have the inside of their fidential. For appointments or more in- more information, email amy.keesee@
mouths swabbed at that time. formation, call 304-293-2311 or visit mail.wvu.edu.
TOMCHIN PLANETARIUM, www.well.edu.wvu/medical. THE CHEMISTRY LEARNING CEN-
located in 425 Hodges Hall, will NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets TER, located on the ground floor of
present “Ultimate Universe” at nightly in the Morgantown and Fair- the Chemistry Research Laboratories,
7 p.m. and “It’s About Time” at 8 mont areas. For more information, call is open Monday through Friday 9 a.m.
p.m. The event is free, but reser- the helpline at 800-766-4442 or visit to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday
vations are required and can be www.mrscna.org. through Wednesday.
made by calling (304)293-4961. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meets
Tomchin Observatory, located
on the 4th floor of Hodges Hall,
daily. To find a meeting, visit www.
FREE STUDENT SUCCESS SUPPORT,
presented by the WVU Office of Reten- PUZZLES
aawv.org. For those who need help ur- tion and Research, helps students im-
will be open at about 7:30 p.m.
for viewing on the same night if gently, call 304-291-7918. prove on time management, note tak- DIFFICULTY LEVEL MEDIUM
the sky is clear. CARITAS HOUSE, a local nonprofit ing reading and study skills as well as
organization serving West Virginians get help with the transition to WVU.
EVERY WEDNESDAY with HIV/AIDS, needs donations of Free drop-in tutoring is also avail-
WVU FIRST BOOK ADVISORY food and personal care items and vol- able every night of the week in differ-
BOARD meets at 7 p.m. in the Kanawha unteers to support all aspects of the ent locations. For more information,
Room of the Mountainlair. Students organization’s activities. For more in- visit http://retention.wvu.edu or call Complete the grid so each row, column
and faculty are welcome to attend formation, call 304-985-0021. 304-293-5811. and 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contains
and get involved with First Book and SCOTT’S RUN SETTLEMENT HOUSE, THE M-TOWN MPOWERMENT PROJ- every digit, 1 to 9. For strategies on how to
the WVU Advisory Board. For more in- a local outreach organization, needs ECT, a community-building program solve Sudoku, visit www.sudoku.org.uk.
formation, email firstname.lastname@example.org. volunteers for daily programs and spe- run by and geared toward young gay
CYCLING CLUB meets at 8 p.m. in the cial events. For more information or to or bisexual men 18 to 29, is creating an TUESDAY’S PUZZLE SOLVED
Bluestone Room of the Mountainlair. volunteer, email email@example.com environment in the Morgantown com-
For more information, visit www. or call 304-599-5020. munity where young men can feel em-
WVUcycling.com. CONFIDENTIAL COUNSELING SER- powered to make a difference in their
THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT AS- VICES are provided for free by the lives. MPowerment also focuses on HIV
SOCIATION meets at 7:30 p.m. at Hat- Carruth Center for Psychological and and STD prevention education. For
fields in the Mountainlair. For more Psychiatric Services. A walk-in clinic is more information, call 304-319-1803.
information, stop by the SGA or SOS offered weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. COMMUNITY NEWCOMERS CLUB is
offices in the Mountainlair. Services include educational, career, in- a group organized to allow new resi-
WVU ULTIMATE CLUB/TEAM meets dividual, couples and group counsel- dents of the Morgantown area an op-
at 5 p.m. at the WVU Intramural Fields ing. Please visit www.well.wvu.edu to portunity to gather socially and assim-
and is always looking for new partici- find out more information. ilate into their new home community.
pants. Experience playing ultimate fris- WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN For more information, visit www.mor-
bee isn’t necessary. For more informa- needs volunteers. WIC provides edu- gantownnewcomers.com.
tion, email Zach at wvultimate@yahoo. cation, supplemental foods and im- NEW GROUP THERAPY OPPOR-
com or visit www.sugit.org. munizations for pregnant women TUNITIES are available for free at the
WVU-ACLU meets at 6 p.m. in the and children under five years of age. WELLWVU: Carruth Center for Psycho-
Monongalia Room of the Mountainlair. This is an opportunity to earn volun- logical and Psychiatric Services. The
TAI CHI is taught from 6:30 p.m. to 8 ACROSS
teer hours for class requirements. For groups include: Get More Out of Life, 1 Response to a good barb
p.m. Other class times are available. For more information, call 304-598-5180 Understanding Self and Others, Insom- 7 Wyo. neighbor
more information, call 304-319-0581. or 304-598-5185. nia Group, A Place for You, Sexual As- 10 Horticulturalist’s supply
CATHOLICS ON CAMPUS meets at 8 BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS, a sault Survivors Group, Adult Children 14 Water delivery system
p.m. at 1481 University Ave. For more United Way agency, is looking for vol- of Dysfunctional Parents and Trans- 15 Relatives
information, call 304-296-8231. unteers to become Big Brothers and fer Students: Get Started on the Right 16 One-named “May It Be” singer
ESL CONVERSATION TABLE meets Big Sisters in its one-on-one commu- Foot. For more information call 304- 17 *Get carried away
at 6 p.m. at the Blue Moose Cafe. All nity-based and school-based mentor- 293-4431 or email tandy.mcclung@ 19 Didn’t chuck
nationalities are welcome. The table ing programs. To volunteer, contact Syl- mail.wvu.edu.
20 The Trojans, familiarly
23 Sash worn in a ryokan inn
HOROSCOPES 25 Always
26 Everett of “Citizen Kane”
30 __Vista: Google alternative
BY JACQUELINE BIGAR more direct. Honor what you feel in a SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22-DEC. 21) 32 Missions, to spies
discussion. Sometimes you don’t see HHHHH Reach out for a distant as- 35 Fly without a plane
BORN TODAY This year doors will yourself clearly. Others’ feedback or at- sociate. You might not like all the news 37 Car window adornment
open if you claim your power. Your in- titudes might indicate that your per- that heads in your direction. If you de- 39 Course often taken with physiol.
stincts point to the correct direction. spective is distorted. You have a strong tach, you will understand more of what 40 Explode, and words needed to complete
sense of direction and are in sync with is going on here. A child or new friend the four starred answers
Take stock of your professional or com- 42 Scottish terrier breed
munity status. Others look up to you. If realistic possibilities. Tonight: Stop and acts in the most unpredictable manner.
buy a token gift. Tonight: Be spontaneous. 43 “Midnight Cowboy” hustler Rizzo
you are single, you could meet someone 45 Informed of the latest news
when out or at work. Don’t make more 47 Korean automaker
of this bond than exists. Be a skeptic. If LEO (JULY 23-AUG. 22) HHHH You C APRICORN (DEC. 22-JAN. 19)
48 Bark’s pole
you are attached, the two of you might clearly are in your element. Even some- HHHHH Deal directly with one 50 Comedy, horror, etc.
become more visible as you work to- one’s mood or seriousness washes over other person. You might be question- 51 12
ward a common goal. LEO pushes you you like water. Unexpected information ing which direction is right for you. A 53 “We the Living” author Rand 11 *Lose it 54 Budge
into the limelight. They like your style. turns into a very exciting situation. Be boss or a similar authority figure doesn’t 54 Nutty Hershey’s treat 12 Compose email 55 Strikeout king Nolan
careful about making more of an invest- seem to have the answers, because they 58 Alacrity 13 Fill totally 56 “Hunting Cantata” composer
ment than you are comfortable with. lie within. Let your creativity flow. Try a
ARIES (MARCH 21-APRIL 19) HHHH 63 Bailiff’s cry 18 Prov. in the Gulf of St. Lawrence 57 Besides
Tonight: All grins. little less self-discipline. Tonight: One- 64 *Act prematurely
You could be more enthusiastic, but 22 Living room plug? 59 Prefix with phobia
on-one relating. 66 Breeze indicator
it might seem like a big effort at first. 24 Where Flanders red ale is brewed: Abbr. 60 “MADtv” segment
VIRGO (AUG. 23-SEPT. 22) HHH Know 67 Mil. training academy 26 “Jaws” menace 61 Summer’s column
Your innate spontaneity will come out.
when to get to the bottom of a situa- AQUARIUS (JAN. 20-FEB. 18) HHHH 68 Flubbing it 27 Molokai neighbor 62 Perimeter
You have a lot to smile about. Extremes
tion. You don’t need to be right, but you Defer to others. You need to observe 69 Laryngitis specialists, for short 28 *Digress 65 Disney gift store purchase
mark your plans, yet if you stop and no-
do need to follow your instincts. Some- more and react less. Still, the sign as- 70 Reporter’s question 29 CIA employees
tice, you feel like your old self by the
one with a better perspective gives you sociated with spontaneity cannot stop 71 Taoism founder TUESDAY’S PUZZLE SOLVED
end of the day. Tonight: Midweek break. 30 Get from a shelter
feedback. Listen well. Tonight: Vanish himself. You certainly listen to your in- DOWN 31 Remaining
while you can. ner voice. You also might need to re- 1 Elects 33 Check recipient
TAURUS (APRIL 20-MAY 20) HHH If think a judgment that could be im- 2 Greeting from Kermit the Frog 34 Hillside whizzers
you can call in, please do. You would LIBRA (SEPT. 23-OCT. 22) HHH Go for pacting you. Tonight: Sort through 3 Design detail, briefly 36 Chits in a pot
like to work from home if possible. Rec- what you want. Sometimes you might invitations. 4 Zilch 38 Jocks’ channel
ognize where a change might be neces- make a situation more difficult, as you 5 Unending 41 Square oldster
sary in your schedule and routine. Stop can be negative at the juncture of ac- PISCES (FEB. 19-MARCH 20) HHH 6 End of a quip? 44 Melville adventure
and consider your options; much will tion. Find a way of turning around neg- Stay level and even with your dealings. 7 Big name in do-it-yourself furniture 46 Portuguese lady
come up. Tonight: Happy at home. ativity and stress. Recognize that a part- Communication soars if you can remain 8 Loud noises 49 “Amen!”
ner does the unexpected almost always. 9 “Even so ...” 52 Exhibits in abundance, as confidence
open. An offer that seams too good to
GEMINI (MAY 21-JUNE 20) HHHH Tonight: Where people are. 10 Earl Grey alternative 53 Corgi’s cry
be true is exactly that. Be careful with
Keep a conversation moving. You might your funds, whether counting change
feel as if you cannot get past a problem, SCORPIO (OCT. 23-NOV. 21) HHH Be or making a major decision. Easily, you
and for the moment, that opinion might willing to take a stand even though you could make a mistake. Tonight: Play it You may not remember
be true. A friend’s enthusiasm energizes
But he doesn‛t forget
think you know the outcome. Just make easy.
you midday. The importance of support sure you aren’t setting yourself up or
BORN TODAY Composer W.C.
and mutual brainstorming cannot be
underestimated. Tonight: Meet a friend.
creating it. A little more spontaneity can
add to the quality of excitement in your Handy (1873), actress Marg Helgen- You knew him in childhood,
life. What is holding you back? Tonight: berger (1958), actress Maggie Gyllen- You may think of him yet!
CANCER (JUNE 21-JULY 22) HHH Be Burning the midnight oil. haal (1977)
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Wind Symphony evokes imagery
Concert music paints pictures of clocks, shipwrecks, birds and sombreros
by ali Sultan rolls would progress from throughout, and there was a
A&E CorrEspondEnt quiet whispers to loud roars, very high sense of uncertainty
and then make their way back present.
The West Virginia Univer- to being quiet and gentle. “Especially with ‘Harrison’s
sity Wind Symphony per- The following piece, con- Dream,’ I felt like there was an
formed at the Creative Arts ducted by Drury, was “Do Not actual story being told, and it
Center Tuesday in the Lyell Go Gentle.” was quite interesting how you
B. Clay Concert Theatre. The symphony ensemble could just hear the story and
A consistently entertaining maintained a dark feel to the feel it being told with the mu-
performance awaited the au- entire song, and it was more sic,” said Steve White, a WVU
dience as they prepared for of a way to give the audience senior business student.
the opening piece of “Mars members an essence of the Nichter took the stage for a
and Venus” from John Philip setting of the poem rather shorter performance of Ron-
Sousa’s “Looking Upward” than a filling interpretation ald Binge’s “The Red Som-
suite. of the words. brero,” which was an overall
While the majority of the One of the more special uplifting and unified perfor-
pieces throughout the con- performances of the concert mance from the symphony.
cert were directed by Mitch- followed as the symphony The first of the last two per-
ell Arnold, Assistant Director recreated “Harrison’s Dream,” formances of the night was
of the “Pride of West Virginia,” by Peter Graham. “The Promise of Living” by
the Mountaineer Marching The story of British clock- Aaron Copland, led by WVU
Band Christopher Nichter maker John Harrison and his Choir Director Jeffry Johnson.
took charge of Ronald Binge’s invention of the chronometer. The piece was performed in a
“The Red Sombrero.” This piece initiated strongly fashion that gave off a genu-
Director of the WVU and maintained a naval feel ine feel of simple human val-
Marching Band Jay Drury was throughout, staying true to ues and the American dream.
featured as the conductor for the origins of the composition The final piece of the con-
Elliot Del Borgo’s “Do Not Go and the story it tried to tell. cert was a recreation of John
Gentle” piece – inspired by Arnold said the synchron- Mackey’s “Kingfishers Catch
Dylan Thomas’ poem of the icity of the percussion was Fire.” During this piece, the
same name. lost by the end of the song to symphony attempted to tell
The opening performance represent the clock systems the story of a rare, wildly-
of “Mars and Venus” started used by ships back in the colored bird called the king
with a playful joy as the sym- 16th century, and the overall fisher and its voyage emer-
phony was composed within performance was very reflec- gening from its nest to setting
the “Looking Upward” suite. tive of mechanistic clockwork flight into the sunlight.
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Mitchell Arnold directs the WVU Wind Symphony Tuesday night at the CAC. piece was the way the drum- frantic, panicked moments firstname.lastname@example.org
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GONE IN A FLASH
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West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins looks on during the Mountaineers’ loss to Kent State Tuesday.
Second-half struggles cost West Virginia in 70-60 loss to Kent State
By John Terry ago in the NIT with second- nior Truck Bryant, who scored points to go along with 15 re- West Virginia committed 17 able to stick around for much
Managing Editor half comebacks, and we just let 12 points but committed six bounds. Jones and Kilicli com- turnovers to just 11 assists. of the first half, tying the game
them right back in the game.” turnovers. “We started playing bined for 33 of the Mountain- “We are not good enough to up at 17 with 5:51 remaining.
It wasn’t the way the West After taking a 33-28 lead into their game, and the game fell eers’ 46 rebounds. Kent State shoot 16-for-28 from the foul After Kent State increased
Virginia men’s basketball team halftime, West Virginia became into their hands.” had 31 rebounds. line, turn it over 17 times – in its lead to 55-45, West Vir-
wanted to start off its day. unglued in the second half. One bright spot for the The Mountaineers shot just particular turnovers that lead ginia showed life after a Kili-
Kent State used an early sec- Kent State used a 18-4 run – Mountaineers was the play of 36.8 percent from the field, in- to baskets,” Huggins said. cli basket-and-dunk brought
ond-half run to hand West Vir- fueled by a half-court, highlight senior forward Deniz Kilicli, cluding 2-for-12 from 3-point West Virginia raced out to a the Mountaineers within six,
ginia its first loss in a non-con- reel alley-oop by Chris Evans – who scored 15 points and had range. West Virginia went 16- 14-6 lead early and looked like 55-49. But Kent State Randal
ference home game since LSU to build a 55-45 lead with 10:11 a career-high 18 rebounds. for-28 from the free-throw line. it might be able to pull away Holt quieted the 5,616 in at-
in 2005. remaining in the game. During “That’s by far Deniz’s best “We just tried to attack the from Kent State, but like the tendance with an answering
“I told them at halftime that that stretch, the Mountaineers game,” Huggins said. “He just offensive glass as much as pos- season opener against Oral 3-point shot.
they were going to come out shot 1-for-8 from the field and didn’t make any shots. He sible because shots weren’t Roberts, the Mountaineers The Golden Flashes kept
and compete,” said West Vir- committed four turnovers. didn’t make the shots he nor- going,” Jones said. “At the end couldn’t find a way to extend pouring it on. Buckets by
ginia head coach Bob Hug- “We should have continued mally makes.” of the day, we had too many their lead any further.
gins. “They made a run a year what we needed to do,” said se- Senior Kevin Jones scored 11 turnovers.” The Golden Flashes were see basketball on PAGE 8
sloppy play continues to haunt WVU Men’s soccer could use loss in
Big East tourney for motivation
By michael carVelli of inexperienced players on
sports Editor the roster. It’s just a question The first is the health of the
of effort. alex sims Mountaineers – or perhaps the
At halftime Tuesday “We had a chance to win, sports WritEr lack thereof.
morning, West Virginia head and we just took plays off. Just ask WVU head coach
coach Bob Huggins gave That’s horrible,” said junior Marlon LeBlanc, and he will
his team a simple message: forward Deniz Kilicli. “This testify his team quite literally
Don’t get complacent. is the worst thing we can do. The West Virginia men’s limped through the end of the
The veteran head coach I understand we get con- soccer team was simply dev- season and into the Big East
told his team that Kent State fused and mess up sets, but if astated by its early exit from tournament.
would continue to fight back, you’re not competing, that’s the Big East Conference Multiple vital contributors
and if they didn’t find a way horrible.” tournament. were not available at the end
to play better in the second While he wouldn’t place It had been a while since of the season – players who
half, they could end up los- the blame on any one player I’d seen looks similar to the will be crucial to WVU’s ad-
ing to the Golden Flashes. – especially the freshmen – ones I saw on the faces of the vancement through the NCAA
But the Mountaineers’ Kilicli said if he sees peo- Mountaineers following their tournament.
sloppy play continued in ple not trying as hard as 2-0 loss to St. John’s in the Team captain Ray Gad-
the second half, as they fin- they can in practice, he’ll do quarterfinals of the Big East dis, who is regarded as one of
ished the game with 17 turn- something one of the former tournament. the top MLS prospects in the
overs and allowed Kent State Mountaineers did in years But, although they would country, returned to the lineup
to shoot 58 percent from the past. never admit it, they may ac- against the Red Storm after
field in the final 20 minutes. “We talk to (the freshmen) tually benefit in the long run missing the previous 3 1/2
WVU’s 17 turnovers and everything, and I’m not from the loss that hurt them so games, but was still not quite
Tuesday brings its average blaming them. It’s hard for badly at the time. back to full health.
through its first two games them to grow up this fast, Sure, advancing to the Sophomore starter Allan
of the season up to 19, some- but they have to,” Kilicli said. semifinals to play in Red Bull Flott missed significant time
thing Huggins just can’t “Last year, me and Joe (Maz- Arena, home of Major League after suffering an ankle injury
seem to get his head around. zulla) got in a fight because Soccer’s New York Red Bulls, against Connecticut, just when
“Basketball’s been my life. he thought I wasn’t compet- would have been a fantastic it seemed the West Virginia
I grew up in the gym with my ing enough. experience and an excellent lineup was solidifying.
father,” he said. “If you come “I think I’m going to go tournament resume builder Then, junior midfielder
try to steal my ball, I’m go- to that Joe Mazzulla style of for WVU. Shadow Sebele injured his
ing to bust you in the mouth. getting people involved in And, of course the oppor- knee against Providence and
You’re not going to take my practice.” tunity to play for a Big East ti- saw some limited action after
ball. Huggins felt one of the tle could have benefitted the going down, but his health was
“Walk into my house and problems toward the end of Mountaineers greatly. never at 100 percent.
try to take my ball; it isn’t the Kent State game was the However, sitting out the fi- He made an appearance at
going to go very well. That’s seniors were pressing too nal two rounds of the tourna- the end of the match against
what I tried to explain to much to try to make plays. ment may be just what they St. John’s but was ineffective,
them.” Senior guard Truck Bry- need to set them up for a run and the Mountaineer midfield
Members of the team feel ant had six turnovers to just in the NCAA tournament. was clearly suffering without
the Mountaineers’ strug- one assist, and four of those There are a few reasons him, losing transition battles
gles through their first few came in the second half. West Virginia may be better off throughout the game.
games of the year can’t be “That’s human nature to matt sunday/the daily athenaeum after sitting idle for more than The lack of health was
attributed to a lack of talent Junior forward Deniz Kilicli, left, said he thinks the West Virginia men’s basketball team didn’t a week before beginning play
or even to the large amount see sloppy on PAGE 8 play as hard as it could against Kent State. in the big dance. see sims on PAGE 8
8 | SPORTS THE DAILY ATHENAEUM Wednesday November 16, 2011
bIG EAST wEEkLy PREvIEw SwImmING
mountaineers beat ‘nova,
cincinnati over weekend
By roBerT kreis all we raced smart, with en- AbuRahma (1:59.89) round-
sports WritEr ergy and hard.” ing out the top three.
Riggs expected a win for the As for the women, Riggs
The West Virginia swim- men’s team and stressed the thought the competition
ming and diving teams did not importance of not suffering a would be a little tougher, but
receive the quality of compe- letdown, especially with the as with the men, they wanted
tition this weekend they ex- Pitt Invitational coming up to use the meet as prepa-
pect to see from Villanova and next weekend. ration for next weekend’s
Cincinnati when they revisit “We discussed (not over- invitational.
them during Big East Con- looking this meet) in our team “(The women) definitely
ference championships in meeting this week,” Riggs said. came into the meet with a
matt sunday/the daily athenaeum
Head coach Dana Holgorsen looks on during West Virginia’s win over Cincinnati. February. “We focused on being ready better focus and energy,”
“We didn’t see their best to- to race, what preparation we Riggs said. “Same as the men
WVU looks to accomplish
day, and I expect we will at Big need to practice this week to in regards to using this meet
East,” said WVU head coach make us better for the Pitt In- as preparation for next week,
Vic Riggs. “I thought both Vil- vitational, and being gracious but knowing we had to race
lanova and (Cincinnati) swam hosts but tough competitors well to win.”
very well, and we were just a this weekend.” Junior Rachel Burnett con-
a lot during bye week
little better today.” The men certainly provided tinued her stellar season,
Both the men’s and wom- some tough competition in finishing in first in the 200
en’s teams were able to mus- the dual meet. free (1:49.90), the 500 free
ter their first victories since Freshman Daeton Dav- (4:54.77) and the 400 individ-
the first meet of the season at enport continued his solid ual medley (4:23.17). Soph-
the West Virginia State Games. start in his first year on cam- omore Danielle Smith set a
By cody schUler “The fact that we’ve had a of those things was junior wide The women beat Cincin- pus. The competition did not new pool record in the 100
sports WritEr few problems with it is prob- receiver Mohamed Sanu set- nati 191-104, while the men stand a chance against Daven- back posting a time of 56.52.
ably very similar to a lot of the ting a new Big East record for handled the Bearcats 178- port in the 1650 free, finishing Smith was not a one-hit won-
West Virginia head coach other teams across the country. the most receptions in a single 107. Equal success was seen with a time of 16:15.14, 13 sec- der in the meet, claiming first
Dana Holgorsen mentioned There’s been times that we’ve season. against Villanova, with the onds better than junior Tim in the 200 back as well with a
a few things he would like to been a little discouraged with “There’s been some great re- women winning 166-131 and O’Malley, who finished in sec- time of 2:03.21.
get done this week as his team it, but then there’s been times ceivers to play in this league, the men taking home a 190- ond (16:27.91). Both teams will continue to
approaches a bye week af- where we’ve shown a tremen- so I’m just thrilled for him and 100 victory. The men’s strongest swim train hard this week in prep-
ter defeating Cincinnati 24-21 dous amount of improvement.” thrilled for our football team “I thought both teams did on Saturday was the 200 fly. arations for the Pitt Invita-
Saturday. West Virginia was unable to to be able to get a win against well,” Riggs said. “There are Senior Taylor Camp came in tional, which starts Friday at
“We have another off week; put any points on the board a team I thought played ex- some thing we are not doing first (1:51.15), followed by ju- 10 a.m. in Pittsburgh.
we’ll approach it pretty much in the third quarter, leaving tremely well,” he said. well in practice that are show- nior Kyle Brandy (1:54.79)
like we did last time,” he said. room for Cincinnati to mount Rutgers blocked a punt and ing up in our meets, but over- and sophomore Joseph firstname.lastname@example.org
“There’s only so much you can a comeback and almost tie returned it for a touchdown
do to prepare for one game.” the game. Despite having slow in the game – further estab-
“We’ll have a good week of third quarters multiple times lishing the notion Rutgers is NFL
academics and (look at) prac- this season, Holgorsen ex- among the country’s elite when
QB matt leinart gets his
ticing a lot of the younger kids, plained nothing changes after it comes to special teams play.
getting a jump start on the Pitt halftime. “I think it’s just a unit-wide
game, giving them a day or two “I don’t think that our half- thing,” he said. “This year, we’ve
off, and then coming back and times have all of the sudden be- had a bunch of guys that have
chance with Texans in need
getting ready to work on Satur- came bad. If you look through- done it, and I think it’s just the
day morning,” he said. out the course of the season culture that’s been developed
West Virginia redshirt se- and throughout the year as we here – how important special
nior safety Eain Smith blocked come out, we have good third teams are.”
a Cincinnati field goal as time quarters,” he said. “I don’t “It’s a critical part of the
expired to lift the Mountain- think we’ve forgotten how to game because it’s the largest
eers to victory and back into make adjustments at halftime. exchange of real estate that oc- HOUSTON (AP) — matt lein- going to be great.” Warner retired after the 2009 sea-
the Big East title hunt. I give Cincinnati a lot of credit – curs in any play consistently, so art had a quick chat with andre even without Johnson, houston son, but leinart clashed with ari-
Inconsistent special teams they totally dominated the line we spend a lot of time on it – it’s Johnson before leaving the texans’ (7-3) has managed to take control zona coach ken Whisenhunt and he
play has plagued the Moun- of scrimmage, which makes emphasized,” he said. locker room on tuesday to catch a of the aFc south by winning last was released in september 2010.
taineers multiple times this it hard for us to do anything flight home to southern california. four games. arian Foster and Ben he didn’t take a snap last season,
season – something Holgorsen offensively.” Pittsburgh When he returns next week, tate both rank among the league’s but felt comfortable enough with
thinks is a problem for most Pittsburgh head coach Todd leinart will have a first-place team top 10 rushers, and the texans’ top- kubiak and quarterbacks coach
teams across the country. Louisville Graham has his team in the to lead and Johnson should be ranked defense has held its oppo- greg knapp that he decided to re-
“There’s only a few teams Louisville head coach Char- thick of the Big East champi- healthy enough to help him. nents to an average of 10.5 points join to the texans in the offseason.
in the country that are able to lie Strong had his team play- onship race after the Panthers’ leinart will be the texans’ start- during the streak. their tutoring has restored some
dominate special teams,” he ing some of the most consis- 21-14 victory over Louisville. It ing quarterback in the first game leinart had dinner with schaub of the confidence he lost in arizona.
said. “Each and every game is tent football in the conference was the team’s first conference after their bye, at Jacksonville on on monday night to go over details “i’ve been around the league for
a challenge special teams-wise. – that is, until Saturday, when road of the season. nov. 27, because matt schaub is out and try to make the transition as a while,” leinart said. “obviously, i
the Cardinals fell at home to “It was a great win for our indefinitely with what coach gary seamless as possible. he also made haven’t had a lot of playing time,
Pittsburgh 21-14. program, going to Louisville kubiak termed a “significant” right schaub a promise. but i’ve been around this game,
“We didn’t play well as a and getting our first road win. foot injury. “i told matt that i was going i’ve played with some great quar-
football team,” he said. “Our We played against a very well- “i’ve just got a job to do, be ef- to make him proud and just win terbacks, i’ve been on some win-
focus and preparation wasn’t coached football team, a really ficient and get the guys and this games for this team,” leinart said, ning teams. i understand what that
there.” disciplined team that had won team in the right situation,” lein- “because he got us to this point.” takes, i understand what it takes to
“Coming off a big win over three (times) straight, and our art said. “i’m extremely bummed for given how the texans have lead a football team.”
West Virginia, you would have guys played well,” he said. matt, just because of what he’s put run the ball and shut down oppo- the texans seem to believe in
thought this team would be “We didn’t have a penalty in into this organization and to get us nents over the last month, leinart him, too. other than leinart throw-
ready to come and play, but the game, which is a big goal of to this point. at the same time, it’s doesn’t feel like he has to do any- ing left-handed (schaub throws
that’s what happens a lot of ours – to me, (that) shows the opportunity for myself to step up.” thing miraculous. right-handed), they don’t expect
times when you’re trying to discipline of our team, so I was it could be leinart’s job for the “it’s important for me not to the offense to miss a beat.
get a program rebuilt.” really proud of that.” rest of the season. feel like i have everything to put “if it was a guy coming in and
Strong is of the opinion that Pittsburgh has an off week kubiak said tuesday that schaub on my shoulders, and just go out we had never seen a lefty all year, it
Pittsburgh’s ability to run the and will return to action on will undergo testing and his sta- there and manage the game,” lein- might be different,” said tight end
ball and confuse his defense Nov. 25 at West Virginia. Gra- tus will be determined next week. art said. “you look at the numbers owen daniels, the team’s leading
with various sets ultimately ham explained some of the de- schaub’s agent, Joby Branion, did in the last couple of games, matt receiver. “But we’ve been catching
led to Louisville’s demise. tails involved with planning for not return a phone message. (schaub) has just gotten us into the passes from matt (leinart) all year,
“They ran the ball, and it a game after a bye week. “We’re still evaluating the in- right plays, and he’s thrown the ball so it shouldn’t be an issue at all.”
was all about gaps, and we “We’ve got the same situa- jury,” kubiak said. “that’s going to here and there, and we’ve won the the texans were taking off the
didn’t defend our gaps, and tion they do,” he said. “This is a go on for about a week, and then at games the old-fashioned way. rest of the week. leinart planned to
they took advantage of it,” he game where I believe with the some point next week, we’ll know “that’s all i’m asked to do, and relax and enjoy time at home with
said. way you see the standings right whether he has a chance to come i’m excited about that opportunity.” his 5-year-old son cole. and after
“The thing about Pitt is now, this is a very, very criti- back or he doesn’t.” houston signed leinart as a free a mostly frustrating route through
(they are) so multiple with dif- cal game. Johnson, meanwhile, is ex- agent just before the 2010 sea- the nFl, when he returns to work
ferent motions – which should “Obviously, a rival game and pected to return for the Jacksonville son, ending the former southern on monday, he’ll be a starter again
have been no confusion for a big-time game for both uni- game after sitting out six weeks cal star’s stormy tenure in arizona. at age 28.
our guys. But our players, they versities, you have to get pre- with a right hamstring injury. leinart, a former heisman trophy “i believe my teammates believe
just weren’t locked in.” pared to play because they’re and that’s a comforting no- winner, was drafted 10th overall by in me and my coaches believe i can
very, very talented, very good tion to leinart, who hasn’t started the cardinals in 2006, and played in get the job done, and that goes a
Rutgers football team and to be honest a game since 2009, when he was 12 games as a rookie under coach long way in this profession,” leinart
Rutgers head coach Greg with you, where we’re at right with arizona. dennis green. said. “and i believe in myself to get
Schiano had plenty of posi- now, I kind of like having the “it’s a great offense to be a part leinart broke his collarbone in the job done. i’m excited just to be
tive things to take away from extra time (to prepare).” of,” leinart said, “and now we get 2007, kurt Warner took over and playing ball again. it’s been a long
his team’s 27-12 victory over the best receiver in the nFl back, leinart mostly watched from the time, and it’s just a great situation
Army in Yankee Stadium. One email@example.com which is awesome to have. that’s sideline over the next 2 1/2 seasons. to be a part of.”
sims As devastated as the team
was by the loss, the ensuing
The Mountaineers had to sit
idly by and watch as the tour-
From the start of the season,
helplessly watched at home
must have kindled a fire inside
Continued from PAGE 7 week off allowed these key play- nament continued on without West Virginia had two main of this spirited team.
ers, among others, to return to them. team goals. Now, the only thing that re-
especially clear against the Red full health before preparing for There might not be anything The first was to win a na- mains to be seen is whether or
Storm as LeBlanc went seven the NCAA tournament. more difficult or more moti- tional title, a goal that is still not this fire will be enough of a
players deep into his bench. In addition to the gained vating for a team with as much possible. But before that, the catalyst to fuel the Mountain-
The only other time this many health, WVU should bene- desire to succeed as this one Mountaineers want to win their eers through the NCAA tourna-
Mountaineers saw action was in fit another way from its upset- than to watch the teams in its conference. ment and to their ultimate goal.
a 4-1 victory over Richmond on ting early exit from the Big East conference continue to play, So, to see their competitors
Sept. 16. tournament. knowing they too could still be fight for that goal while they firstname.lastname@example.org
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sloppy tle on the glass 46-31, in-
cluding career-high days for
provements in rebounding,
there’s still plenty of work to
Continued from PAGE 7 Kilicli and senior forward be done.
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1:20-4:05-6:50-9:35 make improvements in one anything, is effort-related, to just man up and get ev- tate. It’s all of us. It’s not just the
Puss in Boots 3D [PG]
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big area on Tuesday. and we just had to crank up erybody involved and have a freshmen. We just didn’t do it
After being outrebounded the effort.” good year.” tonight.”
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10 | SPORTS THE DAILY ATHENAEUM Wednesday November 16, 2011
TOUGH TIMES IN THE TRENCHES
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Several West Virginia offensive linemen get set for a play during the game against Cincinnati Saturday Nov. 12.
Offensive line looks to improve in Brawl after disappointing performance against Cincinnati
by bEN GaUGHaN get enough pressure on Smith successful, but at some point dwell on what happened in
associate sports editor without having to send ex- they’ve got to figure out a way the past. They have to move
tra pass rushers, which is to get it done.” on and continue to work hard
Dana Holgorsen challenged probably why Holgorsen was The talent of the Cincin- to improve and not allow any
the West Virginia offensive discouraged. nati defensive front line might five-sack games to happen
line at his weekly press con- They showed the opposite of have had something to do with again.
ference Monday after junior what Syracuse brought, which the lack of success in block- The Mountaineer offensive
quarterback Geno Smith was was several types of blitz pack- ing, but the team knows its line has kept a positive atti-
sacked five times by Cincin- ages throughout the game. job isn’t going to get any eas- tude, even when they haven’t
nati Saturday. Whatever the reasons, the ier against Pitt’s athletic de- played great at times. Being
The five sacks were the most offensive line didn’t get the job fensive line. able to not get too down or
West Virginia has given up in done well enough. Holgorsen “All of us are sick, the way too confident has helped them
a game this year and matched wants to see improvements we played (against Cincin- stay humble and get back to
the total amount the offensive by the Backyard Brawl against nati),” said redshirt senior doing the basic little steps to
line had given up in the pre- Pittsburgh. right guard Tyler Rader. get better as a unit.
vious two games. The line has “We’ve got to block better, “It was awful. We can’t “I don’t think we were
given up at least one sack in we’ve got to finish blocks bet- let that happen again. Geno ever on cloud nine to where
every game except against LSU ter, and we’ve got to find guys (Smith) got hit way too many we thought we were unbeat-
this season. to come in here that are bet- times,” he said. “That’s inex- able, but we definitely see
“None of them played good ter than the ones we’ve got,” cusable. We’re not going to let that we have a second or third
enough to win,” Holgorsen he said. that happen again – it can’t chance,” Rader said. “We don’t
said of his offensive linemen’s “Have we called them out? happen.” want to let this one slip away,
play against Cincinnati. “We’ll Yes, we’re challenging them. Pitt has 32 sacks on the sea- so we’re hungry, and we’re go-
leave it at that, but they need We love them. We want them son, 14 of those against Big ing to go out there and do all
to get better.” to get better. We’re going to East teams, which is tied for we can to come out with a Big
The Bearcats did not bring work hard with them and get third in the conference with East championship.” matt sunday/the daily athenaeum
a massive amount of pressure them healed up. We’re going Cincinnati and Louisville. Redshirt junior center Joe Madsen celebrates with defensive tackle Jorge Wright after the
by blitzing. They were able to to put them in a position to be Rader feels the players can’t email@example.com game against Cincinnati.
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by bEN GaUGHaN the season. Bailey totaled six
associate sports editor catches for 104 yards, includ-
ing a 59-yard touchdown catch.
The Miramar, Fla., na- DANA HOLGORSEN
West Virginia’s defensive tive leads the team in receiv- QUOTE OF THE WEEK
play didn’t go unnoticed this ing yards (1,037), touchdowns “We’ll keep trying to get better and
week as two players made the (10), yards per catch (18.2) and keep trying to figure out how to put
Big East weekly award list. yards per game (103.7). our guys in position to win, which is ul-
Redshirt senior defensive Rutgers standout wide re- timately the only thing that matters.”
lineman Julian Miller earned ceiver Mohamed Sanu won of-
Big East defensive player of fensive player of the week dur-
Michael Carvelli ben Gaughan Cody Schuler Nick arthur
the week for his performance ing the Scarlet Knight’s 27-12 sports editor associate sports editor sports Writer sports Writer
against Cincinnati Satur- win over Army.
day. Miller had seven tackles Sanu had 13 receptions for Virginia vs. Florida St.
(second on the team), a pass 129 yards in the game. Sanu
breakup, and most impor- notched 94 receptions on the North Carolina vs. Virginia Tech
tantly, a fumble recovery for a season, and as a result, broke
touchdown in the 24-21 win. the Big East single-season re- USC vs. Oregon
The Columbus, Ohio, native cord of 92 receptions, held by
leads all active players in the Pittsburgh’s Larry Fitzgerald Oklahoma vs. Baylor
Big East in career sacks (23.5) since 2003.
and tackles for loss (36.5). He also broke the Rutgers Kansas State vs. Texas
Another redshirt senior, Eain school record 87 single-sea-
Smith, was “Mr. Clutch” against son catches, which was previ- Nebraska vs. Michigan
the Bearcats, as he blocked the ously held by Kenny Britt. Sanu
potential game-tying field goal ranks second in the nations in Penn St. vs. Ohio St.
with no time left to bring the receptions, with 9.4 catches per
Mountaineers to victory. game. Louisville vs. Connecticut
Smith made four tackles West Virginia is currently Cincinnati vs. Rutgers
and a tackle for loss, as West on a bye week and returns to
Virginia is now a half-game be- Milan Puskar Stadium Friday, Miami vs. South Florida
hind Cincinnati in the Big East Nov. 25, to take on Pittsburgh
conference. in the annual Backyard Brawl. LAST WEEK 7-3 5-5 8-2 6-4
Reshirt sophomore receiver The game starts at 7 p.m. an will SEASON RECORD 66-34 63-37 63-37 66-34
Stedman Bailey made the be aired on ESPN.
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