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Milton High School Hires New Football Coach

Football Field Milton High 

Milton High School finds new football coach and brings a reputation of rebuilding struggling programs.

Milton High School, located in the city of Milton, Georgia, is excited to announce the addition of Tony “Howie” DeCristofaro. Coach “D”, as he is known to his students and fans, comes with an impressive history of taking struggling squads and turning them into competitive teams, with an impressive 96-41 record.

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Coach DeCristofaro, with an extensive head coaching experience, spanning over 12 years, is coming from Pope High School. The announcement was made to Milton parents this February.

The coach’s energy and passion looks to have already caught on with the school as both administrators and the student body have a positive reaction to the announcement. Coach D will start on February 28th.
Go Miton Eagles!!

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Michael Vick Home-The Real Scoop Here In Duluth Georgia

Michael Vick’s Home, Located In Sugar Loaf Country Club, Duluth Georgia 30097, Is A Stunner Of An Estate. Nothing Like The Home Where All The Dog Fighting Took Place.

This European Style Home In Duluth Georgia, Has A 3 Story Elevator, 8 Full Bedrooms, 8 Full Bathrooms, Lake View, Grand Double Staircase And A Library That They Like To Refer To As A “Board Room”. An All Wood 2 Story Masterpiece.

Michael Vick’s Home Has Been Reported To be Over 20,000 Square Feet, Sitting On Over 1 and a Half Acres Of Lake Front and was built in 2004.

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The Home, In Sugarloaf Country Club, Is Currently Listed For $4,100,000 And An Auction Is Planned For Mid February With A Starting Bid At 3.2 Million and 10% Down. Furnishing Negotiable….

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If You Are Interested In Purchasing This Home, By All Means Contact Me For More Information So We Can Make This
“Your Journey To Home”….

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Browns General Manager Phil Savage Becomes Franchise Savior

Browns General Manager Phil Savage

     Its April 15th, 2008, just less than two weeks before the NFL draft. At this time of the year, Owners, General Managers and Coaches of untalented teams in the NFL are looking for the next superstar they can draft to help bring their team back to respectability. In the past, this was the situation that the Cleveland Browns organization was in. A struggling team looking for that superstar player that would help them win more games than they lost, which was a bigger problem for them than you would think. From 1999-2006 the Browns had only had one winning season, and zero playoff wins. Year after year they were the laughing stock of the NFL, and the only time Browns fans were ever given hope was in the NFL draft. This year its different because the Browns do not have a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd round draft choice, and for the first time in a very long time, thats nothing to be concerned about. This is because of Browns General Manager Phil Savage, who has helped bring the Browns from the cellar of their divison, to bonafied contenders.

     When Phil Savage, the Baltimore Ravens former General Manager, was hired by the Browns in 2005 they were a franchise who seemed to draft the wrong player year in and year out. In 1999 the Browns had the number one overall draft choice and used it to select quarterback Tim Couch who went on to have one of the most memerable careers in Browns history, but not for a good reason. To give you and idea of how Couch’s career went with the Browns, The NFL Network listed Couch in their top 10 draft busts of all time. In 2000 the Browns again had the number one overall draft choice and this time selected Courtney Brown, a defensive end from Penn State. Ever heard of him? Dont worry, your not the only one. The next three years did not get any better, as the Browns selected Gerard Warren with the third overall pick in 2001, William Green with 16th overall choice in 2002, and Jeff Faine with the 21st overall choice in 2003. None of these players play for the Browns any longer. Warren is a journeyman backup defensive lineman, William Green is no longer in the NFL, and Jeff Faine is the center for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, his third NFL team.

     When Phil Savage was hired by the Browns in 2005, his job was to make sure these sort of horrible draft mistakes did not happen again. So far, he has lived up to the expectations. In just three seasons as the Browns General Manager Phil Savage has drafted 4 players in the first round. Two of them, wide reciever Braylon Edwards and offensive tackle Joe Thomas, have already been selected to the Pro Bowl. Kamerion Wimbley, the Browns team leader in sacks for the past two seasons, and backup quarterback Brady Quinn are the other two selections Phil Savage has made in the first round. Perhaps the best draft decision Phil Savage has made was not really a draft choice at all. Joshua Cribbs, a wide reciever and kick returner, was not selected by any team when he entered the Draft in 2005. Phil Savage signed him as an undrafted Free Agent, and in just three NFL seasons Cribbs has become the Browns greatest kick returner of all time.

To see how important Phil Savage has been to the Cleveland Browns all you need to do is look at the players the Browns have sent to the Pro Bowl. From 1999-2004, the Browns only sent one player to the Pro Bowl. In the Phil Savage era, 2005-2008, the Browns have already sent six players to the Pro Bowl, and one alternate. Savage has not only been a genius in drafting players, but also in signing players in Free Agency. Phil Savage was not afraid to offer running back Jamal Lewis a contract when every other team in the NFL said he was over the hill and injury prone. Savage turned out to be correct yet again, as Lewis went on to have the best season a Cleveland Browns running back has had since Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown retired. Savage also signed quarterback Derek Anderson, a fromer 6th round pick, when the Ravens put him on waivers in the 2005 season. Derek Anderson is now a starting pro bowl quarterback for the Browns. Savage’s decision to sign Anderson is a huge reason why the Browns are able to sit back, relax, and watch the first three round of the NFL draft, while the Ravens, Phil Savage and Derek Anderson’s former team, are still searching for the next superstar that can help bring them back to respectability.

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Cincinnati Reds Future Looking Bright With 1-2 Punch Of Cueto And Volquez

    Johnny Cueto, Cincinnati Reds, Great American Ballpark, Edinson Volquez
     With the past pitching woes of the Cincinnati Reds, the emergence of young flamethrowers Johnny Cueto and Edinson Volquez have Reds fans beaming with joy. Just two starts into his career, the 22 year old Cueto has pitched over 13 innings while throwing an amazing 18 strikeouts to zero walks, and only allowing 3 runs, resulting in his 1-0 record.

Edinson Volquez, Cincinnati Reds, Johnny Cueto

    24 year old Edinson Volquez, also with a 1-0 record, is off to a great start as well. In his one and only start for the Reds, Volquez pitched just over 5 innings, only allowing 1 run and 2 walks, while recording eight strikeouts. Even though both pitchers debut occured in Great American ballpark, a park notorious for allowing homeruns, Cueto and Volquez only gave up one run each. If both Cueto and Volquez can continue to throw their 98 MPH fastballs and nasty off speed pitches, these two alone can help form a great starting rotation for the Reds for years to come.

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Johnny Cueto Lights It Up In Debut With Cincinnati Reds

Cincinnati Reds Pitcher Johnny CuetoCincinnati Reds 22 year old rookie Pitcher Johnny Cueto had one of the best debuts a Reds pitcher has ever had.

Against the Arizona Diamondbacks on April 3rd, 2008, Cueto struck out 10 batters, the most by a Red in 10 years, and only allowed 1 hit in 7 innings.

Cueto did not walk a batter once and never reached 3 balls against a batter. If Cueto can preform like this in the majority of his starts, the Reds have a future star at pitcher. Visit Reds Web Site.

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What About Next Year For The Cleveland Browns…

The Browns finished the 2007 season with a 10-6 overall record and were a franchise best 7-1 at home. Did this season exceed your expectations?

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