Is it unfair that Belichick and Popovich can get away with it, but when Cam does it we all get nuts? Yup! But then, Belichick and Popovich don’t show much interest in the entertainment business and don’t have a show on Nickelodeon and don’t have a bunch of national endorsement deals.
The offense still isn’t firing on all cylinders even with the coordinator switch from Ken Zampese to Bill Lazor after an 0-2 start.
It’s difficult to buy stock in Cincinnati considering two of its wins came against Cleveland (0-8) and Indianapolis (2-6). If the Bengals can weather three straight road games upcoming against Jacksonville, Tennessee and Denver, Cincinnati could make a move when returning for three straight home matchups vs. Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Chicago.
Can-Am/Kappa return to sponsor DiBenedetto at Dover The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series travels to Dover International Speedway this weekend for the thirteenth race of the regular season. Can-Am and Kappa, will be sponsoring the #32 Ford and driver Matt DiBenedetto as they take the green flag for the AAA 400 Drive for Autism. The team will also be taking part in Dover’s, “Autism Awareness Day at the Races” and will be running a special Autism Awareness decal on the Can-Am/Kappa Ford all weekend.
It was Schulte, however, who was the one who made headlines the next day for his rough and physical—and, by all accounts, dirty—play. Schulte, who died of a heart attack in 2008, was a guard who had played at Illinois. Small and stocky and able to bench press more than 500 pounds, Schulte had no hesitation squaring off against Taylor.
“Rick Schulte was not afraid of, nor did he fear, anyone,” said Don Passmore, Schulte’s college teammate and best friend. “Rick was not in awe of anyone on the football field. He played until the whistle and beyond, and that’s what kind of pissed LT off.”