Michael-style staff rebuild now far much less doubtless for drivers

Mick Schumacher believes it’s difficult for any driver to “make big differences” when building a team like father Michael, as the field has become tighter overall these days.

The seven-time world champion joined from Benetton Ferrari hoping to bring Scuderia back to the top, and he won his first title with the team there in his fifth season – after the Italian team endured a dry spell in terms of big wins.

Mick, who has now completed his rookie season at Haas, was asked if it’s possible for a similar scenario to reoccur, where a driver can be a catalyst to move a team forward.

The youngster hopes the new rules will allow teams to be even closer together, but given that the teams are less spread out than in his father’s racing days, Mick finds it difficult for a driver to make a significant difference in the same way to do in this day and age.

“I hope it will be easier again in the future. The cost cap will hopefully bring the teams closer together,” said Schumacher Motorsport Magazine.

“I do believe that in the end a top team will still have the upper hand, but the question is always to what extent the driver can convert that into a championship.

“Everything has to be right and fit together. And yes, then you can definitely make something out of it. What happened in the past and what is happening today are of course two different things.

“You can’t really compare them anymore. Reliability used to be very different. Nowadays the whole field is very compressed.

“Even we at the end of the field are only two to three seconds away from a top car. It used to be very different. Just one example: in 1997 Jacques Villeneuve was more than 1.5 seconds faster in qualifying in Melbourne than his team-mate, who was still second.

“The differences are smaller now; everything has been much more perfected, so the driver or the team can no longer make the big differences.”

Schumacher hopes to be able to do his part haas but as far forward as possible going into his second Formula 1 season. The team went into production of their 2022 car ahead of anyone else in the field He previously spoke of being realistic in the fight for a place in midfield.

College students Give Duncanville Excessive College Soccer Crew A ‘D’ville-Fashion’ Ship Off – CBS Dallas / Fort Price

DUNCANVILLE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The winter break has officially started, but before the students left Duncanville High School today, they lined the halls to give the soccer team a “D’ville-esque” dismissal for the UIL 6A State Championship.

DHS students say goodbye to their soccer team before the national championship on Saturday. (Photo credit: Duncanville High School)

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This afternoon, the football team marched through the school halls behind cheerleaders, the drill team and the band’s drumline before heading out onto the field for the final practice session before the big game.

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For the third time in four years, the DHS soccer team is returning to the UIL 6A State Championship game with the aim of bringing home the state’s top title.

Kick-off is Saturday, December 18th at 3:00 p.m. at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. The Panthers will face North Shore High School in a rematch after meeting them in the 2018 and 2019 Championship Games.

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Join the community and cheer for the Green High School Bulldogs as they head to Westerville, Ohio to play Cincinnati Winton Woods in the Ohio High School Athletic Association semifinals. Show your support:

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Stop by Green High School Wednesday to collect your Go Bulldogs courtyard sign courtesy of the Green Auto Mile while supplies last.

Cheer on the team for the Bulldog Send-off Parade on Friday, November 26th at 1:30 p.m. Park in the Green High School parking lot. The team buses depart from the stadium and go up Bulldog Blvd. to High School / Boettler Road to Arlington Road.

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The game will be streamed live at https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/associations/ohsaa.

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Seattle Mayor-Elect Bruce Harrell talks administration model and transition workforce as he will get able to take workplace

Mayor-elect Bruce Harrell discusses plans for his administration

Harrell sits down with FOX 13 to discuss politics and his future administration

On January 1st, Seattle will have a new mayor.

“I’m not a micromanager and I try to hire wisely. I know the skills I like, ”said Bruce Harrell, Seattle’s mayor-elect. “What annoys me is the passive aggressiveness. If I’m in a meeting, please let me know if you have a disagreement,” said Harrell.

Although we do not yet know all of the players who will be on his administration team, Harrell has announced a transition team of nearly 150 people.

They are divided into 12 advisory committees with different focus topics.

Harrell’s transition team is more than twice the size of current Mayor Jenny Durkan in 2017.

“I have a unique ability to get the best out of people, to get them to get involved,” said Harrell.

Harrell says accountability is also an issue.

“If we look at our four-year agenda and you tell me what you want to see, you will hold me accountable,” said Harrell.

The transition team will help set the agenda for his first term, but Harrell’s top priority right now.

“Our top priority is public safety,” said Harrell.

He admits he doesn’t recognize many parts of Seattle because of the crime.

“It’s gotten terrible. I spoke to the governor yesterday who said, even along your highways, Governor, all the graffiti and even the camps you see, this is not the Seattle I grew up in,” said Harrell.

He advocated the opposite of police defunding, but Harrell is on the verge of inheriting a 2022 budget that could provide for further cuts of $ 10 million for the Seattle police force.

“We are now working with the council so that they listen to the voters. The voters say we do not want violence and racism in the police force, but we want a police force that is financed, we want more officials,” said Harrell.

Harrell said Thursday that councilors will be judged on the budget now in years.

There will also be plenty of opportunities for Harrell to be judged as he takes rule to run one of America’s greatest cities in some of the most difficult times in modern history.

Harrell says his other priorities after public safety are housing, affordability, and homelessness.

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The Dallas Cowboys are again and followers of ‘America’s Staff’ are elated

Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys scrambles with the ball in the fourth quarter against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on October 17, 2021 in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

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The Dallas Cowboys haven’t won a Super Bowl in over 25 years. They’ve hardly even been in the conversation, notching only four playoff victories in that span.

Yet the Cowboys are the most-valuable NFL franchise, topping the New England Patriots, who have won six Super Bowls since Dallas last took home the Vince Lombardi trophy. Despite decades of mediocrity, the Cowboys are always in the headlines, thanks to a brand that’s almost universally recognized.

“They have that slogan that kind of sticks,” said former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens, who played for the Cowboys from 2006 to 2008. “They are America’s Team.”

Fans now have a reason to get excited about what’s happening on the gridiron. After an injury-riddled season last year that saw the team finish 6-10, the Cowboys are 5-1 in the new campaign, riding a five-game win streak and leading the NFC East division by three games.

America’s team is back.

“Love them, hate them – they are the biggest brand in the NFL,” said Scott Rosner, the director of Columbia University’s sports management program. “They are relevant no matter what side of the question you fall on – whether you’re on the love side or hate side.”

Heading into their bye weekend, the Cowboys are the hottest they’ve been since 2016, quarterback Dak Prescott’s rookie season. Through six games Prescott is among the league leaders in passing, living up to his four-year $160 million deal. Prescott’s last season was cut short after he suffered a compound fracture in his right ankle in week six against the New York Giants.

Prescott is getting plenty of assistance from the highest-paid NFL receiver, Amari Cooper, and the most expensive running back, Ezekiel Elliott. They make up the Cowboys’ new big three, spearheading an offense that’s second in rushing yards and fifth in passing.

The defense has also held up. Despite giving up the third-highest number of yards, the unit leads the NFL in interceptions with 11, including seven by cornerback Trevon Diggs.

Fans are downright giddy. The jerseys of Cooper and fellow wide receiver CeeDee Lamb are two of the top sellers across the league, according to the NFL Shop. The team leads the NFL in attendance, averaging 93,335 people at its three home games.

Forbes projects the Cowboys are worth $6.5 billion, the most valuable across all U.S. sports. Jerry Jones, who purchased the team more than 30 years ago, has seen his wealth swell to $10.6 billion, Forbes estimates.

“The Cowboys have not won since 1995,” said longtime Cowboys beat reporter Clarence Hill, who writes for The Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “Jerry bought the team in 1989, and they were in the tank. He would tell you the team was worth 50 cents on a dollar, even with the history. Since then, they’ve grown to the richest franchise and still haven’t won anything” since the ’95-’96 season, Hill said.

There are still 11 regular-season games left, and the ultimate determination of success won’t come until the playoffs. But Jones has fans believing that greatness lies ahead.

Here’s what former Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin, who won three Super Bowls with the franchise in the 1990s, said on ESPN’s “First Take” earlier in the week:

“I want everybody out there, Cowboys Nation, I want you to know — Go get your Super Bowl tickets. Get them early. I’m trying to help you out right now.”

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Deion Sanders hoists the Vince Lombardi Super Bowl trophy as he walks off the field to the locker room after defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers 28 January during Super Bowl XXX at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona. The Cowboys won 27-17.

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Becoming America’s Team

The last time the Cowboys made it to the big game was January 1996. They beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-17. The big three consisted of quarterback Troy Aikman, running back Emmitt Smith and Irvin. The same trio led the Cowboys to Super Bowl wins in 1993 and 1994.

Since their last NFL title, the Cowboys are 213-193. The team is 0-10 in playoff elimination games and has shuffled through six head coaches. The last Super Bowl-winning coach was Barry Switzer, who left after the 1997 season.

Jones has faced hefty criticism from the fan base for the lackluster performance and for keeping such tight control of the team. He remains president and general manager. His son, Stephen, is chief operating officer and his “right-hand man,” according to the Cowboys website.

Still, Jones has kept the Cowboys relevant and highly profitable, a rarity in the sports industry, where few teams are able to to make money while consistently losing games.

It’s “because they’re America’s Team and the intentional marketing and power of the NFL,” said Hill of the Star-Telegram. “All that comes together.”

The America’s Team moniker dates back to 1978, when Tex Schramm, the franchise’s original president, coined it in a retrospective on the season. The Cowboys had a record-setting 20 straight winning seasons from 1966 to 1985, and won two of their five Super Bowl appearances during that stretch.

Quarterback Roger Staubach was a superstar, as was running back Tony Dorsett. Head coach Tom Landry, known for his trademark fedora and cool demeanor, established an elite offense.

“He was ahead of the NFL when it came to strategy,” said former linebacker Garry Cobb, who started his career with the Cowboys in 1979 and returned about a decade later.

Cobb, 64, recalled the days before he entered the league when the Cowboys ruled pro football.

“When I was little, the Cowboys were on TV more than anybody else nationally,” said Cobb. “They had a winning record every year. That’s the way they became popular.”

He then got to experience the fame as a player.

“When we went into a hotel, the building was mobbed,” he said. “It was unbelievable. The popularity was already there.”

Hill, who’s covered the team since 1996, said that atmosphere never really faded from the team.

“It’s always a circus,” Hill said. “And coming to the Cowboys as a player or a coach, you must understand that it comes with the dinner. You must be able to navigate that as well as play football.”

Wide receiver Terrell Owens #81 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates his third touchdown against the Houston Texans on October 15, 2006 at Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas. The Cowboys defeated the Texans 34-6.

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Terrell Owens relished in the drama, telling fans to “get your popcorn ready.”

“You notice it, and you feel it,” said Owens, who spent three of his 16 NFL seasons with the Cowboys. “You want to play to the standard that everybody there expects you to play at. It’s different when you’re playing in Dallas as opposed to a Cincinnati or Buffalo.”

Owens played for both teams after leaving the Cowboys.

Cowboys leverage state rights 

Neal Pilson, former president of CBS Sports, said the network used the America’s Team slogan during its Cowboys telecasts. CBS, which had NFC rights until the early 1990s, constantly featured the Cowboys.

“We helped build that label,” Pilson said. “And it certainly stuck.”

The Cowboys won, but the business still lagged. The league made the big financial decisions, and team owners did little to engage directly with companies and sponsors.

Jones bought the Cowboys for roughly $150 million in 1989, the most ever paid for a team at that time. He warned right away that things would be different.

“I will be part of every decision,” the New York Times quoted Jones as saying in 1989. “I won’t leave anything to the football people.”

Schramm resigned, and Jones made himself the general manager. He hired a college coach, Jimmy Johnson, to replace Landry, the only person to coach the Cowboys in its first 29 years. Jones then took on the NFL’s 75-year business philosophy.

Most NFL teams weren’t profitable and the league controlled the way revenue was generated. Jones found loopholes in NFL deals that allowed him to disrupt the league’s pacts and make money for his team.

In 1995, the Cowboys parted ways with league partner Coca-Cola and signed a deal with Pepsi for “pouring rights” at their home stadium. That agreement was worth a reported $20 million over 10 years, and it undermined Coke’s NFL deal for $250 million.

The NFL sued Jones for $300 million in damages.

Owner Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys welcomes fans to training camp at River Ridge Complex on July 24, 2021 in Oxnard, California.

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“Prior to that deal, you didn’t have teams engaging in real vigorous local business operations,” said Columbia’s Rosner “You were essentially selling tickets and ads but not what it is today. Jerry challenged the system.”

The sides ultimately settled in a manner that let Jones keep his sponsors. Other teams followed suit.

“He was showing them how to make money,” said Cobb. “Now all the teams do it – they have league sponsors and team sponsors.”

In both the 2019 and 2020 NFL seasons, the Cowboys attracted nearly $1 billion in revenue, according to Forbes. Pepsi still has pouring rights. AT&T owns naming rights to the stadium, a billion-dollar-plus building that opened in 2009 and is often referred to as Jerry World. And Ford owns rights to the team’s practice site.

Last September, Fanatics signed a 10-year deal to take over e-commerce for the Cowboys. Merchandise revenue is up 60% this season compared to last, and Fanatics told CNBC that the Cowboys lead all NFL teams in merchandise sales. That’s been the case for five of the previous eight years.

“All of the metrics around the Cowboys are higher than any other team,” Rosner said.

Getting help from the big markets 

The Cowboys are also the beneficiary of a geographical quirk. They’re in the NFC East, a division with teams in the big markets of New York, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. 

None are within 1,300 miles of Dallas.

“You have a team in Texas in the NFC East,” said Ed Schauder, who heads the sports law practice at Phillips Nizer in New York. “It makes no sense, but there are organic national rivalries.”

Playing twice a year against the Eagles, Giants, and Washington Football Team gives Jones outsized access to some of the top TV markets every NFL season. While Jones didn’t play a role in creating the divisional setup, he’s made sure to take advantage of it.

“He probably saw the marketing value of their regular opponents,” Pilson said.” I think he saw that every year, given the NFL structure, he has two games into New York and Philadelphia.”

Fox Sports, which now controls the NFC package, says Cowboys games account for nine of its 10 most-watched NFL contests since the partnership began in 1994. The biggest audience was on Thanksgiving in November 2016, when an average 35.1 million viewers tuned in for the Cowboys game against Washington.

This season’s opener, a Thursday night affair against the Tom Brady-led Tampa Bay Buccaneers, attracted 24.4 million viewers on NBC Sports. It was the most-watched kickoff game since 2015. CBS said the Cowboys contest against Brady’s old team, the New England Patriots, averaged 23.2 million viewers last week, the most-watched national game for the network since 2015.

“If they’re in contention for the division and make the postseason, [the Cowboys will] gather a bigger audience,” said Pilson.

The Cowboys’ star players are cashing in on the exposure.

Prescott took a 20% stake in sports-theme bar and eatery Walk-Ons earlier this year, to go along with $10 million in off-field endorsements, third-highest among NFL players, according to Forbes. He trails only Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks Brady ($31 million) and Patrick Mahomes ($22 million) of the Kansas City Chiefs.

Former quarterbacks Aikman and Tony Romo are lead NFL announcers for Fox and CBS, respectively. Irvin works for ESPN. Smith was with the NFL Network and still has deals with companies like Marriott.

“They benefit from that brand,” said Schauder. “Sponsors and endorsers look for players who get the most exposure.”

Then there’s reality TV. The Cowboys were showcased on HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” an annual series that follows a team through training camp and the pre-season. Cowboys cheerleaders also have a show on Country Music Television.

“Another team doesn’t get that media deal,” Schauder said, referring to the cheerleaders’ show.

Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Dak Prescott (4) throws a pass during the regular season game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September 09, 2021 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

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Are the Cowboys still America’s Team?

On the field, the Cowboys still have everything to prove.

During the team’s 25-year championship drought, Brady led the Patriots to nine Super Bowls and delivered seven championships, including for the Buccaneers last season. The Steelers have won two titles since facing the Cowboys in 1996. The Denver Broncos made four appearances and won three Super Bowls during that span.

The Patriots have appeared in a record 11 Super Bowls, followed by the Cowboys, Steelers and Broncos at eight.

Schauder, who admitted to being a converted Cowboys fan, says there’s still something unique about Dallas.

“It’s an iconic brand,” he said. “They’re still America’s Team because that’s how they were branded. “Other teams have tried to claim it, like the Steelers.”

Following this week’s bye, the Cowboys are back in action next week against the Minnesota Vikings on NBC’s Sunday Night Football. After that, they still have their annual showcase on Thanksgiving and two more night games in December.

Winning sure helps, but no matter what fans across the country tune into watch the Cowboys.

“At the end of the day, Dallas will still get more prime-time spots than any other team,” Schauder said.

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Biking Groups Elevate Cash For Group Foster Throughout 24-Hour Spin Relay – CBS Pittsburgh

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A 24-hour film crew raises money for Team Foster, a charity that honors the service and sacrifice of Captain Erick Foster, an Oil City alum and Duquesne who died fighting in Iraq.

The group raises money to provide service dogs for injured and disabled veterans free of charge.

“PTSD and brain injuries are typical wounds of warfare after 9/11. We literally have hundreds of thousands of men and women suffering from these challenges. As a result, we lose over 20 veterans and service staff to suicide every day, and we know these dogs literally save lives, ”said Nick Liermann, Executive Director of Team Foster.

Team Foster hopes to raise $ 50,000 by the end of the 24-hour journey.

The group intends to double this amount next year.

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Calzada struggled mightily through three quarters. The game looked too fast for him as he threw behind, over and behind the receivers and was nearly intercepted a few times. Until the last two drives of the game, he didn’t get much help from his fellow human beings. Fortunately for the misfire, the defense got together just before half time and smothered Colorado in the second half.

“There will be games like this. You have to pull them out, ”said A&M coach Jimbo Fisher. “You have to be able to find a way and that’s one thing this team has done and one thing … the organization keeps learning how to do it.”

The win was A & M’s tenth consecutive win, the country’s second-longest winning streak after Alabama. But it also fits a theme the Aggies created that probably kept them out of last season’s college football playoffs when they finished fifth behind Notre Dame on the final poll. The Aggies ended the regular season with seven straight wins but were often unimpressive. The players have talked about being more dominant and earning “style points”, but they were reminded on Saturday that you have to win first, even if it’s ugly.

“I always say this, you know, all the great teams I’ve been on, no matter what, there are a game or two where you find a way to scratch, scratch and pull them out,” Fisher said. “Yes, you understand why it is difficult and you fix these problems and move on and get better.”

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Husband-and-wife staff shares ideas for working a enterprise collectively

As the man-woman team behind it Clothes rental app Style Theory, Raena Lim and Chris Halim are united not only in marriage but also in business.

That “definitely has some really good advantages,” said Halim CNBC does it.

And it also has its downsides: “Work longer,” laughs Lim.

But after spending five years perfecting their approach, the 32-year-old couple has advice to share with other co-founders of the couple – both in and out of the business.

Play to your strengths

First of all, they say, it is important to identify certain areas of focus that showcase an individual’s strengths.

“Chris is really analytical so he makes a lot of business and financial decisions,” said Lim of her husband, who is the Singapore fashion company’s chief executive officer.

Focus areas that belong to her will call her and focus areas that belong to me I’ll make the call.

Chris Halim |

Co-Founder and CEO, Style Theory

“Rae is much more focused on the branding side, the human resource side of things, the operational side of things,” Halim said of his wife as chief operations officer.

Each party should then own these areas and take responsibility for important decisions.

“She will call focal points that belong to her and I will call focal points that belong to me. That worked out quite well for us,” said Halim.

Separate work and leisure

That demarcation should also extend to the separation of work and pleasure, the couple said.

Although it was not always easy – especially in the early days of the company – it was vital to their effective and harmonious work.

Raena Lim and Chris Halim, the couple behind the Singaporean clothing rental app Style Theory.

Style theory

“The first few years were tough,” said Halim. They would work Monday through Sunday and would not take a vacation for a “long time”. “But we learned,” he said.

“We had five years to refine it,” added Lim. “Weekends are for personal life, and we really make the most of the days of the week to really make sure we get our jobs done.”

Build a strong team

Much of this structure was made possible with the help of their 150-strong team, the couple said.

“What really keeps you going is finding people who are passionate about the mission you’re on. In difficult times, they’re the ones who motivate you more than you do,” said Lim.

The 100% alignment is really very helpful and super important when you are making important decisions together.

Chris Halim |

Co-Founder and CEO, Style Theory