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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: SUNDAY JANUARY 2, 2011 Almanacs & Celebrity Birthdays


Today is Sunday, January 2, the second day of 2011. There are 363 days left in the year.

(By Birdie courtesy of


* On January 2, 1811, Senator Timothy Pickering, a Federalist from Massachusetts, became the first member of the U.S. Senate to be censured, for improperly revealing the contents of an executive document.

* In 1788, Georgia became the fourth state to ratify the U.S. Constitution.

* In 1921, religious services were broadcast on radio for the first time as KDKA in Pittsburgh aired the regular Sunday service of the city’s Calvary Espiscopal Church.

* In 1959, the Soviet Union launched its space probe Luna 1, the first manmade object to fly past the moon.

* In 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts launched his successful bid for presidency.

* In 1991, Sharon Pratt (Dixon) was sworn in as the mayor of Washington, becoming the first black woman to head a city of that size and prominence.


Zoologist Jack Hanna is 64 today. (photo by Phil Konstantin via Wikipedia Commons)

64 JACK HANNA, director emeritus, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.

43 CUBA GOODING, Jr., actor from the movie Jerry Maguire.


36 DOUG ROBB, rock singer from the group, Hoobastank.

36 DAX SHEPARD, actor.

32 JERRY DePIZZO JR., rock musician from the group, Q.A.R.

28 KATE BOSWORTH, actress from Superman Returns.

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2010 INDEPENDENCE BOWL: Air Force beats shorthanded Georgia Tech

(courtesy of Independence Bowl via Wikipedia Commons)

Georgia Tech came into its matchup with Air Force undermanned with some key players out due to various reasons.

Joshua Nesbitt, the Atlantic Coast Conference’s career leading rusher for a quarterback, missed the game because of a broken right arm.

Number-1 wide receiver Stephen Hill and starting safety Mario Edwards were among four players declared ineligible because of various academic problems. Also, Tech had three defensive players miss the first half because of a curfew violations.

The game came down to special teams play.

Air Force took advantage when the Yellow Jackets muffed a punt in the second half, scoring the go-ahead touchdown, a 3-yard run from Jared Tew in the 14-7 win in the Independence Bowl in Shreveport, Louisiana.

The Falcons improve to 9-4, while Georgia Tech drops to 6-7.


* The FalconsĀ  are the nation’s number-2 rushing attack using the option attack and averaging 317.9 yards a game.

* Offense led by junior Tim Jefferson who started all 12 games. He ran for 769 yards and 15 touchdowns and passed for 1,342 yards and 10 scores.

* Ranked 100th nationally, giving up 195.1 rushing yards a game.

* Air Force can play with anybody, losing by three to Oklahoma and by five points to Utah.


* With their spread offensive attack, they lead the nation in rushing offense with 327 yards a game.

* Head coach Paul Johnson just wrapped up his third season at Georgia Tech. He spent six years as the head coach at Navy, winning his last five games against the Falcons to put a vise-grip on the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy.

*Tech’s defense gives up 169.7 yards a game, 78th in the nation.

* Georgia Tech came into the game with a loss to arch-rival Georgia in a disappointing season.

* The loss in the Independence Bowl ended the Yellow Jackets consecutive winning seasons to 14 and their bowl losing streak is now at six in a row.

compiled from Independence Bowl, Air Force & Georgia Tech news

Muschamp decides to take Florida head coaching job now instead of waiting for Texas job to open later

Will Muschamp (photo by via Wikipedia Commons)

Will Muschamp has been one of the hottest names amongst assistant football coaches in college football for years.

He was hired at Texas before the 2008 season and 11 games later, the Longhorns administration announced a huge salary boost and made him Mack Brown’s successor-in-waiting.

Coach Brown endorsed the deal but said all along that he was not going to retire anytime soon. Several college football experts, media and fans wondered if Muschamp would stay at Texas waiting for the opportunity to take over the program.

Well, the wait ended this past weekend when the defensive coordinator left the Longhorns to succeed the retired Urban Meyer as head coach of the Florida Gators.

The 39-year-old Muschamp, who spent three seasons at Texas, lived 10 years in Gainesville, Florida as a child and says it was a dream come true to lead the program.

Muschamp graduated from Georgia and coached at Auburn and LSU and knows the SEC and recruiting in Florida.

Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley said that Muschamp was the coach they wanted and met with no one else.

compiled from staff & Florida Gators athletic news

Boise State upgrades future opening game opponents in football

Chris Peterson head coach (courtesy of Boise State athletics)

Boise State, who has been taking criticism for years for playing a lousy football schedule, seems to be trying to upgrade it for the future.

The Broncos will open the college football season will open the college football season in 2011 and 2014.

Next year’s season-kickoff game will feature Boise State against Georgia and will be played on September 3 in the Georgia Dome.

In the 2014 opener, the Broncos will face Mississippi. That game will be in Atlanta.

The Broncos and Rebels had been scheduled to play the 2011 opener in Oxford, Mississippi. To fill its 2011 schedule, Ole Miss will play host to Brigham Young in its opener.

Boise State is replacing Louisville on Georgia’s 2011 slate.

compiled from staff & Boise State athletics news

Former Georgia golf star wins Nationwide Tour’s Mylan Classic

Former Georgia golfer Kevin Kisner won the inaugural Mylan Classic for his first Nationwide Tour title, closing the final round with a bogey-free 4-under-par 67 over the weekend for a one-stroke victory over Geoffrey Sisk.

Kisner finished at 13-under-par 271 at Southpointe Golf Club in the Pittsburgh suburb of Cannonsburg, Pennsylvania, and earned $108,000 to move from 5oth place to 14th on the money list with $194,692. The top 25 on the final list will earn their 2011 PGA Tour cards.

Kevin Kisner (R) with his Georgia teammates winning 2005 NCAA title (photo courtesy of UGA Sports/Steve Colquitt)

Geoffrey Sisk, 45, double bogeyed on the 17th hole and then failed to birdie the 18th hole, allowing Kisner to win the title.

Chris Nallen (66) and Steve Wheatcroft (71) tied for third at 10-under-par.

Info courtesy of the Nationwide Tour

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