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Tebow delivers Easter sermon in Texas town


Tim Tebow (2007 photo by Craig Neal via wikipedia commons)

Tim Tebow, the New Jork Jets newly-acquired quarterback, spoke before an estimated crowd of 30,000 people on Easter Sunday, as he delivered the sermon at the Celebration Church in Georgetown, Texas.

Georgetown is an Austin, Texas suburb of 47,000 people.

Pastor Joe Champion said the service would be their “Super Bowl” but that the event was not to glorify Tebow but to honor Easter season.

To accomodate the 30,000 worshippers, the church erected bleachers on its 60-acre property.


Info compiled from Radio & TV news

NASCAR RACE #9:Richmond International Raceway, Richmond, Virginia Tonight on Fox TV at 7:30 pm


Richmond International Raceway (file photo)

After taking a weekend off during Easter, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will get back to action tonight in Richmond, Virginia for the Crown Royal 400 at Richmond International Raceway.

The 400-lap race, which is 300 miles, will air on Fox TV at 7:30 p.m.
Richmond is the only three-quarter-mile track on the NASCAR Cup circuit.
The track combines short-track action with the need for super-speedway horsepower in multigroove racing.
The drivers who usually fare well at Richmond include: Jimmie Johnson with 3 wins, Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin with 2 wins each.
The Crown Royal Heath Calhoun 400: Kyle Busch won the 2010 race from the pole, leading 226 of 400 laps to successfully defend his title. Jeff Gordon led 144 laps but gave up the lead to Busch on the final restart. Gordon finished second.
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Major League Baseball Opener Easter Night: Yankees at Boston

compiled by staff

Boston's Fenway Park (creative commons/wfe photo)

Baseball’s most heated rivalry is ready to get heated up again and it’ll start on the day of the new 2010 baseball season.

Easter night’s game between two of baseball’s benchmark franchises. the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox will be a prime-time showcase for themselves, while the other MLB teams including the oldest, the Cincinnati Reds, will have to wait until Monday to open their seasons.

The Yankees will start this season off as defending champions for the first time since the opening game in 2001. The world championship is the 27th in the history of the franchise.

The opening night pitchers will be C.C. Sabathia for New York and Josh Beckett for Boston. Both will be making their second consecutive opening day starts in what is expected to be warm temperatures in Beantown.

There will be some new faces on both benches for this season’s rivalry.

The Yankees said goodbye to World Series MVP Hadeki Matsui and fan favorite Johnny Damon, both left as free agents and the team traded Melky Cabrera. However, they picked up speedy centerfielder Curtis Granderson, designated hitter Nick Johnson and righthanded pitcher Javier Vasquez.

Boston made additions as well. They lost Jason Bay in free agency but vastly improved their defense by signing Gold Glovers Mike Cameron to play centerfield, Adrian Beltre will play third base and Marco Scutaro will be the new shortstop. John Lackey will be the number 3 starter behind Josh Beckett and Jon Lester.

Checking the baseball record books, this will be the fourth time in 26 years that the rivals have met in the opener. The Yankees were the winners in 1992 and 2005 in Yankee Stadium. Boston won at Fenway Park in 1985 and is opening the season at home for just the third time since 1996.