November 16

Daily Bullets (July 8)

first_imgKyle B. and I (and others) are getting together for a little PFB summit this weekend. Send questions or suggestions for the site on Twitter so we can discuss.Football NewsRanking our rivalries. Seems like KSU should be a little higher along with Texas. Is Baylor a true rival? I know they’re good, and a lot of OSU fans do not like them, but I consider Texas more of a long-term rival (or that has been the case over the last decade). [CRFF]This will stun, but Robert Allen has a lot of OSU players on his All-Big 12 team. Do you agree with him having Rudolph as QB1? [Go Pokes]Tylan Wallace cannot stop making one-handed catches. [PFB]The sub-headline here is amazing. [Medium]Hoops NewsUnderwood has me more jacked up about these freshmen than I am about the future of my own children! [Go Pokes]New pod with Carson. All KD all the time. [PFB]Igor Ibaka transfers from Stillwater. [PFB]Other SportsOSU gets a Boise St. transfer in wrestling. [Open Mat]Meet one of OSU baseball’s biggest supporters. [PFB]Baseball recruit accused of sexually assaulting a child. Goodness. [PFB]Big 12 NewsStudent-athletes are about to get an additional three weeks off. [NewsOK]A printable Big 12 schedule? Yes, please. [LGG]Stidham, gone.pic.twitter.com/TVRiqdz2eo— Jarrett Stidham (@Jarrett_Stidham) July 7, 2016DallasThis is  not good.#DallasPoliceShooting = worst mass shooting of police officers in American history & deadliest day for police since 9/11— igorvolsky (@igorvolsky) July 8, 2016 If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img read more

October 16

Live Nation And The American Cancer Society Join Once Again To Raise

first_imgFrom now until Friday, Oct. 31, Live Nation Entertainment will work once again with the American Cancer Society to promote awareness about cancer issues and raise much-needed funds for the fight against cancer.For every $50 that fans donate through Ticketmaster.com and LiveNation.com, they will receive a tm ticket cash code, redeemable for $10 off future ticket purchase for select sports, music and theater events.“Together with the American Cancer Society, we are pleased to offer our fans this token of appreciation for taking part in the fight against cancer,” said Jared Smith, president of Ticketmaster North America. “Their generous donations will enable, our partner, the American Cancer Society, to continue the critical work that it has done for more than a century, which is truly a win-win for everyone.”“Countless friends and loved ones continue to hear the words ‘you have cancer’, but with the contributions of Live Nation fans across the world we will save more lives and change the course of the disease,” said Lin Mac Master, chief revenue, marketing and communications officer for the American Cancer Society. “Partnerships like this are essential to our life-saving work and will help finish the fight against cancer.”Fans who contribute will receive a one-time voucher code, applicable for $10 off their final ticket purchase for select events on Ticketmaster.com and LiveNation.com. Fans can donate to the American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org/ticketcash and receive one code per transaction. Code has set expiration date of December 31, 2014 and is redeemable online via www.ticketmaster.com/ACS.For more than 100 years, the American Cancer Society has been leading the way to transform cancer from deadly to preventable. Its work spans nationally and internationally, and includes funding cancer research, providing public education, advocating local, state and federal government, and offering free service programs to cancer patients and caregivers.Ticketmaster and the American Cancer Society have collaborated together since 2012, including on two National Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaigns and on an October 2013 fundraising project with the National Football League.Additional collaborations between the two organizations will be announced in the upcoming months.Source:PR Newswirelast_img read more