Expect neither Heisman winning junior RB Mark Ingram nor All America candidate junior DE Marcell Dareus to play for Alabama when the Crimson Tide hosts Penn State on Saturday evening at Bryant Denny Stadium.Ingram had arthroscopy performed on his left knee a week ago after wrenching it in practice and missed the Tide's 48 3 season opening win over San Jose State. Alabama coach Nick Saban was very guarded about Ingram's status in his Monday conference with Alabama media and said no decision can possibly be made until later in the week:"It depends on how he reacts every day. And nobody really knows. It would probably be a little bit of a stretch for everything to go perfectly. But that's where it is right now. . What do I have to see? I have to see Mark Ingram be Mark Ingram."I don think that happening. People in Alabama I know are extremely doubtful Ingram will play, regardless of how he looks during the week. For two reasons:1. Saban wants no part of taking chances with his star junior a mere 12 days after surgery, even if it is arthroscopic. Not only speaking of care for the kid here. If Saban rushes him in and he gets hurt again, it the kind of thing that festers in recruiting circles. Saban doesn make those mistakes.2. Taking any a chance would be nuts because Ingram's back up is a tremendous talent in his own right. Sophomore RB Trent Richardson has the low to the ground, 5 11, 220 pound base to run you over or the speed to go around you. Even Richardson has a viable back up in redshirt freshman Eddie Lacy, a highly ranked 2009 recruit (top 30 RB by both Rivals and Scout) who got lots of work and actually topped 100 yards with two TDs against SJSU.Where 'Bama has some questions is its rebuilt defense. And, as for Dareus, his 2 game suspension levied on Thursday for receiving improper benefits from an agent will apparently not be appealed as Alabama had indicated earlier. Saban said a look at precedent in such cases indicated Dareus' case did not warrant an appeal. That means the powerful DE who knocked Texas QB Colt McCoy out of the BCS national title game is out for PSU. One fewer headache, perhaps literally, for Rob Bolden. When you making $4 million a year coaching college football and you won two national titles with two different schools and your current university has actually hired a PR firm to make a feature length documentary about your leadership and integrity (yes, we referring to Saban), you needn mix with the riff raff. Saban will not field questions from Pennsylvania media this week except in a regular 10 minute SEC teleconference on Wednesday which the league forces him to do. Not a heckuva lot we found out from last weekend Big Ten games against mostly suckerfish. One nugget I liked.Allentown native Dan Persa looked very good in Nashville in Northwestern 23 21 win over Vanderbilt. Maybe worries about his arm relative to graduated Mike Kakfa are unfounded. Persa completed 19 of 21 passes for 222 yards with three TDs and no picks. He also ran for 82 yards on 17 carries but got stripped for a fumble that led to a Vandy touchdown. Yeah, it came against one of the worst teams in the 66 school BCS. But a road win with a new starting QB over any BCS school? You take it. Get ready for more representing ( the kids like to say as Nike Pro Combat unis proliferate. Nike busted out these skins in last year bowls but this is the first full season for them.What if Phil Knight did a palm design that formed a caracature of Joe Paterno and then Graham Zug did this after scoring?All the rage now are the skill position gloves. Just form your hands in that Jay Z diamond after a touchdown and Nike has printed school logos on the gloves that create a design on your palms, perfect for network cameras.If you missed the Hurricanes forming the Miami on their gloves last New Year Eve when they first wore the Pro Combats in the Champs Sports Bowl, well, that because you have to score and preferably be ahead before you can pimp for TV. Hey, remember Daniel Murray? Tried to forget Daniel Murray but can't?That's right, he's the Iowa kicker who lined that 31 yard knuckleball through the cold wind at Kinnick Stadium two years ago to ruin Penn State's perfect season. Pressure kick. A little low. Almost blocked by Aaron Maybin. But good.Iowa kicker Daniel Murray, left, celebrates after nailing the game winning field goal against Penn State in the final seconds at Kinninck Stadium. JOE HERMITT, The Patriot NewsYou'd assume a kid who does something like that as a sophomore has the PK job locked up until graduation. Not in this case. Murray actually replaced freshman starter Trent Mossbrucker in that 2008 game, sort of on a hunch by Kirk Ferentz. It worked. Mossbrucker, who'd been 13 of 15 on FGs to that point, lost his job for really no particular reason other than Ferentz thought an older guy could handle that one pressure moment better. Then he never got it back and ended up redshirting last year.But Murray has never been a rock solid kicker. He's had technique issues, hasn't been great from >40 (only 6 11 last year and 11 19 in his Iowa career) and shanked twoSo, he's actually in a battle for the kicking job now with Mossbrucker who back. Ferentz isn't happy with either guy and nobody seems to be able to lock the job. Ferentz started Mossbrucker in Saturday 37 7 win over FCS opponent Eastern Illinois as Murray sat out with a minor injury. Mossbrucker made five extra points and didn try a field goal.Two things here: 1. Iowa specializes in defense and is involved in a ton of close games. All but two of the Hawkeyes' contests were decided by 12 points or fewer last year and five were by a field goal or less. They need a good FG kicker. 2. My opinion only, but I think placekickers need stability. You need one guy to believe he is The Man or it becomes like a closer relief pitcher who's always glancing into the dugout to see if the manager's had enough. Confidence and belief is big in any job but especially this one.Just something to file away and then ferret out when the Lions approach their Big Ten opener in Iowa City a return to the scene of the crime on Oct. 2. 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Every family can create a routine that works for them, however I would suggest trying to lean towards leading a "slow life". What does this mean? It means having a routine, participating in special family activities inside the home, and making a conscious choice about which activities to participate in rather than jumping on the bandwagon of classes. There are many reasons for living a slow life, but here are just a few: 1) Children who have time to play by themselves in a quiet environment are able to be creative, problem solve and therefore learn to think more divertly a skill lacking these days. 2) Children tend to be more self reliant and their self esteem improves because they learn to like spending time with themselves. 3) Children who spend quality "down time" with their families tend to have healthy self esteems because since they feel like they are part of something important. They also feel good about themselves because they see that their parents make a special effort on a regular basis to intereact with them. They feel "liked", not just "loved". 4) Children who enjoy free play time often are able to develop appropriately for their age rather than having to grow up too fast while they learn how to cope with a busy schedule. 5) Children who live slow lives are typically well behaved and have more respect for rules set by their parents. After knowing the benefits, what does a typical slow life look like? What follows is a healthy routine for school aged children. Good Routine for School Aged Children 7 AM (or earlier if need be) wake up, make bed, brush teeth, wash face, get dressed. 7:30 AM Eat breakfast as a family 8:00 AM Put coats and shoes on, grab backpack, and either head to the car or walk to school 3:30 4:00 PM Arrive home from school, hang up coat and put shoes away neatly, put backpack at homework area, eat a healthy snack that is already prepared or choose one off of the "Snack Ideas" list attached to the fridge. This snack should be eaten at the table while the day is shared or time is spent talking and giggling with siblings. Note: Stay away from sugary treats or desserts here as sugar creates hyperactivity then quick lethargy not great for concentrating on homework. A good idea is to have a carbohydrate, protein and fat snack such as cheese and crackers or an apple with cheese stick, or homemade, low or no sugar oatmeal raisin cookies with a glass of milk. 4:30 PM Go to homework area and begin homework. Ages 5 8 should typically only have about 30 minutes worth of homework. Ages 9 12 usually have 45 mins 1 hour of homework and Ages 12 and above usually 1 2 hours. After homework is complete, the backpack is organized and placed by the door where they will leave in the morning. This is an IMPORTANT step. Note: If your child is finished their homework earlier than the usual time, some parents like to sit with their child and practise basic skills like sight words, math basic facts or read together until the full homework time is finished. This works well if your child rushes through his/her homework. If she knows she must stay until the time is up, she will more likely take her time or enjoy the one on one time with you. 5 PM (or 5:30/6PM depending on the age of your child) FREE time to watch TV, play inside or outside, read, make a craft, have fun on the computer. 6 PM (or 6:30/7 PM) Eat dinner as a family. 6:30 (or 7/7:30 PM) Clean up as a team and then everyone can head off to have more personal FREE time or you can do a family activity together such as watch a movie, build a puzzle or go for a walk. 8:00 10:00 PM (depending on their age) Bedtime Note: If you have an elaborate bedtime routine, be sure to start this 30 40 minutes before you want lights out. I recommend making the routine simple, short and sweet so that more FREE or family time is available to enjoy and whining for "Just one more story" is not an option. If your child is involved in any after school activities the routine will have to shift a bit. 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The shoe should have good mid sole support. For high arched foot type, shoes that are flexible with good cushioning are recommended. For normal foot type, stability shoes are the best. If your exercise program consists of a wide range of activities like walking, running, weight training, and aerobics, you should consider buying cross trainers as they are all purpose shoes. Most cross training shoes have medium cushioning at mid soles and foot. Opting for shoes made of breathable material is recommended so that your feet can breathe during extensive workouts or sports. Buying shoes for running, walking, or sports is not difficult. There are several reputed brand names, like Asic shoes and New Balance shoes that sell quality and trendy sneakers. Whichever shoe type you want, you should buy it only during the later part of the day, as feet tend to swell by evening time. Also, it is best to get your feet measured by a professional in order to buy the right pair of trainers.
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