Utah Barbeque – Utah BBQ http://utahbbq.org/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 12:37:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://utahbbq.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/cropped-ICON-32x32.png Utah Barbeque – Utah BBQ http://utahbbq.org/ 32 32 Vegan pizza near me: 14 delivery chains https://utahbbq.org/vegan-pizza-near-me-14-delivery-chains/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 22:30:00 +0000 https://utahbbq.org/vegan-pizza-near-me-14-delivery-chains/

They say there is no bad pizza. That’s very generous for some of the less than satisfying vegan pizzas we tried before the dairy-free cheese revolution. Vegan pizza has improved dramatically over the years, and it’s also becoming much more mainstream. It’s not quite the tipping point for vegan burgers (national chains are slow to adopt vegan cheese), but many regional and independent pizzerias have permanently added vegan cheese and plant-based meats to their menus. If you don’t crave plant-based pizza now, you definitely will by the end of this article. Here’s where to find the best vegan pizza to deliver.

Best vegan cheese for pizza

The good vegan cheese can convince us to take a second slice. But the truth is, not all delivery options offer vegan cheese. So sometimes you still have to add your own, unless, of course, you want to enjoy pizza alla marinara, the Neapolitan pie that consists of a thin crust with a puffy base topped with tomato sauce, oil extra virgin olive oil, oregano and garlic.

Three varieties work well on pizza: vegan parmesan, creamy nut-based cheese, and really melty (not rubbery) cheese. The latter is the most difficult to master. There is a fine line between gooey, melty goodness and sticky, bland and greasy. Miyoko’s Creamery and NUMU both make dependable vegan mozzarellas that stand up to the heat. Specifically, Miyoko’s new Pourable Mozzarella works wonders for homemade pies, while NUMU can be found at a variety of pizza places in the greater New York area as well as Whole Foods pizza places nationwide. Many restaurants also offer Daiya, Parmela Creamery, or Follow Your Heart cheese to get that stretchy element.

Creamy, spreadable cheeses such as nut-based mozzarella and ricotta are also great vegan pizza toppings. With just a handful of ingredients and a high-speed mixer, you can easily make these nutty cheeses at home. We also love when a restaurant makes their own vegan cheese. It is usually a rich, indulgent nut-based variety generously covered in an artisanal crust.

Don’t forget the param. Whether store-bought or homemade, a finish of vegan parmesan adds an umami flavor to bring it all together. Make it in less than five minutes by mixing together cashews, nutritional yeast, and a pinch of salt, black pepper, and garlic powder until you get a sand-like texture. Sometimes all you need is a sprinkle of this cheese imp powder and you’re set – no other cheese required.

Where to find vegan pizza delivery

These days, you can find vegan pizza just about anywhere you can find non-vegan pizza. It is available at regional restaurant chains, independent restaurants, grocery store hot bars and the freezer aisle. Even when a restaurant doesn’t explicitly offer a veggie pie on the menu, you can usually order one keeping the meat and cheese and amplifying the veggies. Most pizza doughs are naturally vegan (with the exception of most Papa John’s doughs, which for some reason contain milk), making it easy to make your own when dining out. Here are some of our favorite delivery options:

Pizza Blaze

1 Pizza Blaze

Of the pizza chains that deliver, Blaze Pizza is one of the most vegan. At this LeBron James-backed restaurant, the original, homemade gluten-free, and high-rise crust options are all vegan. Then you can top it with dairy-free cheese, vegetable chorizo, and any veggies.
Learn more here

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No meat, no dairy and no honey is no problem at Mellow Mushroom. The Vegan Veg Out Pizza features a red sauce topped with Follow Your Heart cheese, along with spinach, green peppers, mushrooms, sweet onions, black olives, and Roma tomatoes. Plus, it comes in small, medium, and large sizes.
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3 MOD Pizza

Vegan options are plentiful at MOD Pizza. This chain offers three vegetarian options that can be made vegan by replacing the dairy cheese with Daiya. The Lucy Sunshine comes with artichokes, garlic and dollops of red sauce. The Dillon James contains fresh basil, garlic, fresh tomatoes and red sauce. And the Maddy is a classic cheese pizza with vegan mozzarella.
Learn more here

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4 Dominoes

As one of the largest pizza chains in the United States, this is definitely one of the most accessible options. To order, choose the Thin Crust then add the Robust Inspired Tomato Sauce. All vegetable fillings are vegan. And if you live in the UK, you’re in luck – a range of vegan toppings like dairy-free cheese, soy-based chicken and a plethora of fruit, vegetables and peppers are available for you to enjoy. create the perfect pie.
Learn more here

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5 fresh brothers

With plant-based cheese and meat toppings on the menu, Fresh Brothers is one of the most vegan-friendly chains. You can get a classic vegan pepperoni pizza or the Vegan Da Works pizza, which includes Daiya mozzarella, pepperoni, Beyond Meat sausage, mushrooms, green peppers and onions. You can even make your own custom pizza using the chain’s plant-based options, which are clearly marked on the menu.
Learn more here

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6 pizza hut

Ordering a delicious pie is easy at Pizza Hut. Original Pan, Thin ‘N Crispy and Hand Tossed crusts contain no animal-derived ingredients. Then choose marinara or buffalo sauce and one of the vegetable toppings. British vegans you’re in luck – although this popular chain doesn’t offer vegan cheese in the US, across the pond plant-based cheese, chicken and even pepperoni are available. For even more options in the US, check out our guide to ordering vegan food at Pizza Hut.
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seven pieology

The only vegan crust option at Pieology is the Gluten-Free Thin Crispy Crust. But what the chain lacks when it comes to bread is that it contains dairy-free Daiya mozzarella cheese, as well as plant-based meatballs and Italian sausages. All the vegetables are vegan and for the sauces you have the choice between red, barbecue or Buffalo. Garnish your pie with crushed red pepper and oregano like New York pizzerias.
Learn more here


8 &Pizza

As a chain, &Pizza is a bit smaller, but you can find locations along the east coast. And what a vegan menu he has. The pizzeria offers traditional and gluten-free crusts, classic or spicy tomato sauce, dairy-free mozzarella, and spicy chickpeas or vegetable sausages for protein. Choose from any veggie, then finish with mashed garlic, fig balsamic, pickled red onions, banana peppers, and more.
Learn more here


9 Daddy Johns

It’s a sign of the times that a big chain like Papa John’s has a page on their website dedicated to showing you how to order a vegan pie. The original handmade pasta is plant-based (unlike the other pastas in the chain, which contain milk and egg products) and for the sauce, you have a choice of the original tomato sauce or the barbecue, which would be delicious with pineapple and mushrooms. All vegetables are vegan. Unlike the UK, there are no plant-based cheese or meat fillings.
Learn more here

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While there are no dedicated vegan options on the menu, all you have to do is make a few customizations to a handful of offerings. These are the Greek Pizza, the Wild Mushroom Pizza, the Pear and Gorgonzola Pizza, and the Wood-Roasted Vegetable Pizza, which can be made vegan by removing cheese and adding cheese without products dairy. When it comes to custom pizzas, the traditional and whole-wheat crusts are free of animal products.
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11 California pizza cuisine

California Pizza Kitchen succeeded despite the lack of dairy-free cheese. Try the Plant-Based BBQ Chicken Pizza, the California Veggie Pizza, or the Cheeseless Wild Mushroom Pizza. Add the Mediterranean salad, no feta or mustard dressing if you need something fresh.
Learn more here


12Little Caesars

This long-running chain has a few vegan options. The Original Crust and Thin Crispy Crust are free of animal-derived ingredients, just like the Original Marinara-Style Pizza Sauce. As for toppings, stock up on veggies, mushrooms, and pineapple. Unfortunately, the vegan pepperoni the chain launched in the summer of 2021 has been discontinued.
Learn more here


13 Sbarro

This New York pizza-inspired chain that’s a staple in malls across the country doesn’t have many plant-based options, but you can order a plain one without cheese and top it off with veggies.
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14 Uno Pizzeria & Grill

Best known for serving Chicago-style deep-dish pizzas, Uno Pizzeria & Grill has a page dedicated to vegan options on its website. You can choose from the Vegan Garden Pizza, which includes a hand-stretched thin crust, tomato sauce, spinach, roasted vegetables, mushrooms, and cherry tomatoes. For the die-hards, Uno also offers it. Check out the Vegan Cheeseburger Deep Dish for a deliciously delicious two-course mix.
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The 10 Deadliest Stretches of Road in New Jersey https://utahbbq.org/the-10-deadliest-stretches-of-road-in-new-jersey/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 23:22:06 +0000 https://utahbbq.org/the-10-deadliest-stretches-of-road-in-new-jersey/

In three years, nearly 1,600 accidents on the roads of New Jersey have caused at least one death.

Using data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, MoneyGeek compiled a list of the Garden State’s deadliest stretches of highway from 2018 to 2020, ranked by their number of fatal crashes.

A few highways appear in the top 10 list more than once.

According to MoneyGeek, more than 40% of fatal crashes in New Jersey between 2018 and 2020 involved speeding or drunk driving. Distracted driving contributed to 20% of the state’s fatal crashes during that three-year period.

“These are accidents, they are not accidents,” said Tracy Noble, spokesperson for AAA Mid-Atlantic, reacting to the report. “We also have to keep in mind that when some of our roads were designed, they weren’t designed for the types of vehicles and speeds we have today.”

Below is MoneyGeek’s list of New Jersey’s 10 deadliest stretches of road. The green dots indicate the location of fatal accidents; some of the crashes occurred at the same locations/intersections.

Nearly 800 roads in New Jersey were considered for the study.


  • 3.4 km of road
  • 7 fatal accidents, killing 7

In response to New Jersey 101.5’s request for comment, the New Jersey Department of Transportation noted that an ongoing project aims to improve safety for all modes of transportation along this stretch.

Proposed improvements include reducing the carriageway from four lanes to two traffic lanes with a center left turn lane and cycle lanes.


  • 4.1 mile drive
  • 7 fatal accidents, killing 8


  • 4.9 mile drive
  • 7 fatal accidents, killing 8


  • 3.3 km of road
  • 8 fatal accidents, resulting in 8 deaths


  • 3.4 km of road
  • 8 fatal accidents, resulting in 9 deaths
Study: NJ has the 5th best drivers in the country


  • 2.9 mile drive
  • 9 fatal accidents, killing 10

The Department of Transportation said it has two projects to improve Route 21. One will resurface part of the highway and the other will include improved traffic lights and sidewalks.


  • 4.1 mile drive
  • 10 fatal accidents, resulting in 10 deaths


  • 4.2 km of road
  • 10 fatal accidents, killing 11


  • 4.6 mile drive
  • 10 fatal accidents, killing 12


  • 3.9 mile drive
  • 11 fatal accidents, 11 dead

State Department of Transportation spokesman Steve Schapiro said the DOT is committed to finding innovative solutions to improve safety for all road users.

“We regularly review crash data to look for areas where pedestrian safety improvements may be needed, and we work with our engineers and designers to incorporate these improvements into ongoing projects,” Schapiro added. “These safety features can include installing pedestrian signal heads and improving sidewalks and crosswalks.”

Dino Flammia is a reporter for New Jersey 101.5. You can reach him at dino.flammia@townsquaremedia.com

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Where to watch football 13/11/2022 https://utahbbq.org/where-to-watch-football-13-11-2022/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 17:45:53 +0000 https://utahbbq.org/where-to-watch-football-13-11-2022/

Here are places where fans gather with friends to watch football.

Email Soccer America or Tweet @SoccerAmerica with details of your favorite place to watch – bar or restaurant or pop-up and Twitter handle.

The same goes if you know of any plans for community watch parties or events during the World Cup.

Here are the places where fans gather that were picked by Soccer America readers.

(IMPORTANT: Be sure to check opening times, especially early in the game during the World Cup.)

The Poppy and the ParliamentHuntville

by Tim FinneganGlendal (@TimFinnegans)
Crown Public HousePhoenix
george dragonPhoenix (@GeorgeDragonPhx)
Walter Station BreweryPhoenix (@WalterStationAz)
The stadiumtuson

Joxer DalyCity of Culver (@joxerdalysLA)
The underground pubHermosa Beach (@UndergroundPub)
home of footballLos Angeles
athletic clubOakland
Commonwealth Cafe and PubOakland (@CmonOakland)
The rose and the crownPalo Alto (@roseandcrownpa)
Lucky BaldwinsPasadena (@LuckyBaldwinsCA)
At Pappy McGregor’sPaso Robles (@PasoPappyMcGs)
Henry’s living roomSacramento
Gaslamp TavernSan Diego (@gaslamptavern)
Pub O’BrienSan Diego (@OBriensPubSD)
Shakespeare pubSan Diego (@ShakespearePub1)
The Kezar PubSan Francisco (@kezarpub)
Maggie McGarry’sSan Francisco (@MaggieMcGarrys)
McTeague SaloonSan Francisco @McTeagues)
Jack’s barSan Jose (@JacksBar)
Head of Ye Olde KingSanta Monica (@yeoldekingshead)
The fox and the dogscity ​​of studios
Rocco’s TavernStudio City (@RoccosTavern)
crown and anchorThousand Oaks

• World Cup in San Francisco. @streetfootballusa in partnership with the City of San Francisco will host the public viewing at @worldcupsf World Cup villages in Golden Gate Park, Civic Center Plaza, Union Square and The Crossing.

Back EastColorado Springs (@backeastbar)
Bierstadt LagerhausDenver (@BierstadtLager)
Oskar’s BluesColorado Springs (@OskarBluesCOS)
british bulldog, Denver (@bulldog_bar)
Celtic on the marketDenver (@CelticonMarket)
The Goat and Clover TavernGrand Junction (@GoatandClover)
Pizza ParryHighland Ranch

District of Colombia

Beer garden house, Washington (@BierGartenDC)
Queen VicWashington (@queenvicdc)

Fritz&Franz Bierhauscoral pine nuts (@miamibierhaus)
Mickey Byrne’s Irish PubHollywood (@MickeyByrnesPub)
British Pub Fox and HoundsKissimmee
Harp & CelticOrlando (@theceltpub)
Alga Beer Company. Pensacola
Pub Shamrocksarasota @Shamrockable
4th quarter bar and grillTallahassee
MacDinton’sTampa (@MacDintonsSoHo)
McGradys Pub, The villages

Brewery Cafe, Atlanta (@Brewhouse_Cafe)
The Elder Tree Public HouseAtlanta (@eldertreepub)
Pub halfway, Atlanta (@midwaypub)
Fado, Atlanta (@fadoatlanta)
thinking man TavernDecatur (@tmtdecatur)

squire lounge, Champagne
The Globe PubChicago (@TheGlobePub)
Gray Stone TavernChicago (@graystonetavern)
AJ Hudson’s Public House, Chicago (@AJHudsons)
Fritz’s living room, manhattan

Chatham Tap Mass Avenue, Indianapolis (@chathamtap)
Union Jack Pub, Indianapolis (@UnionJackPub)

Coaches Corner, City of Iowa (@ICCoachsCorner)

Red Lyons, Lawrence (@redlyontavern)

Molly MaloneCovington(@MollysCovington)

The American sports hallNew Orleans (@AmericanSports)
Finn McCools, New Orleans (@finnmccoolspub)

Ri Ra Portland, Portland (@RiRaPortland)

• World Cup in Portland. @USLtoPortland will host watch parties for the three games of the American group: November 21 (Bissell Brothers), November 25 (Monument Square) and November 29 (Ri Ra).

The federal hill of the abbeyBaltimore
Claddagh PubBaltimore (@CladdaghB)
Marco’s PizzeriaBethesda

The BansheeBoston (@bansheeboston)
Cafe Dello SportsBoston
Mill Town BBQLowell

Detroit City Pavilion, Detroit (@CityClubhouse)
main street pub, Kalamazoo (@MainStPubWMain


british pubMinneapolis(@britspubmpls)
black deerSt. Paul (@BlackHartSTP)

M bar jackson

Wire Road Brewing Company Battlefield
Amsterdam TavernSaint Louis (@Amsterdamtavern)
by Baffa. Saint Louis (@BeffasStl)
Half-time sports barSaint Louis
OB ClarksSaint Louis (@OBClarkSTL)

Celtic cowboyGreat Falls

Pub St. AndrewsOmaha (@standrewsne)

Irish Pub McMullensVegas (@McMullansPubLV)
Tropicana LaughlinLaughlin (@TooLaughlin)

New Hampshire
June Cork PubDover (@TheJuneCork)

New Jersey
by KaminskyCherry Hill (@KaminskisBar)
Giovanni’s Bike ClubEnglewood Cliffs
mulligansHobok (@MulligansNJ)
Bar Ed & Marys, City of Jersey
Scottish American ClubKearny
The farmMorrisville

New Mexico
The craft roomAlbuquerque (@thecraftroomabq)

New York
madison for homeAlbany
Brooklyn Jokesbrooklyn
Jackson RoomEast Islip
Plattduetsche ParkFranklin Square (@Plattduetsche)
First and South RestaurantGreenport (@FirstAndSouth)
Football Factory at LegendsNew York (@FFactoryNY)
Mc Hale’sNew York (@McHalesPub51)
Smithfield HallNew York (@SmithfieldNYC)
Heritage Bar & GrillYonkers (@theheritagebar)

• World Cup in Brooklyn.
Total Soccer Show Live from New York will be at Littlefield on November 20.

North Carolina
Holligans CourtCharlotte (@HooligansClt)
The 12th Man sports pubCharlotte
The bridgeRaleigh (@LBPRaleigh)

Bean and barleyCincinnati (@Bean_Barley)
FieldCincinnati (@ThePitchCincy)
Endeavor BreweryColumbus (@EndeavourBrews)
MilanoDayton (@MilanosTweet)

• World Cup in Columbus.
The Lower.com Field Pub, the @ColumbusCrew stadium, will be open for most matches for 22 days of World Cup viewing and will serve as a hub for community events.

Empire BarToulouse (@EmpireBarTulsa)

caramel clubPortland (@toffeeclubpdx)
MagoosSalem (@magoossalem)

Knickerbocker TavernAltona (@TheKnickTavern)
Liquid Art BreweryChambersburg (@liquidartbrews)
Zeroday Brewing Co.Harrisburg (@ZerodayBrewing)
The crossbarHaverville (@crossbar_htown)
Tellus 360Lancaster (@Tellus360)
Brauhaus SchmitzPhiladelphia Cream (@BrauhausSchmitz)
Fado Irish PubPhiladelphia Cream (@fadophilly)
Liberty BarPhiladelphia Cream (@libertybarphila)
KildareWest Chester (@KildaresWC_)

Caroline from the south
Steel Hands BreweryCayce (@Steel_Hands)
Madra RuaCharleston (@MadraRuaSVL)
British Bulldog PubColombia (@BritBulldogPub)
Saint-Jacques Gate, Madness Beach (@stjamesgatesc)
Yee Haw BreweryGreenville

South Dakota
Bridge LoungeSioux Falls (@GatewaySF)

The brass doorMemphis (@TheBrassDoor1)
Celtic crossingMemphis (@celtic_crossing)
Memphis is from RockyMemphis (@RockysEastMem)

The barAustin (@ThePubAtx)
The Londoner, Colleville (@londonercville)
Upper 90fort worth
Hugh O’ConnorsHouston @hugh_bar
Phoenix on Westheimer, Houston (@PhoenixBrewpub)
Richmond ArmsHouston
Location 25 Beer ParkHouston (@Pitch25HTX)
Smoked BBQ+SkybarSan Antonio

• World Cup in San Antonio. Crocketteers, San Antonio’s Football Supporters Group, and AO San Antonio will host USA Watch Parties at Smoke BBQ + Skybar.

ice houseMurray (@IceHausBar)

Village Brauhaus,
Four Courts of IrelandArlington (@irelands4courts)
Random Row BreweryCharlotteville (@RandomRowBeer)
Penny Lane Pub, Richmond (@pennylanepub)

Moonshot Brewery, Kenwick (@MoonshotBrewing)
three magnetsOlympia (@3MagBrewing)
The Atlantic Crossing Pub, Seattle (@ACPubSeattle)
The George & Dragon pubSeattle
Kell’sSeattle (@KellsIrish)
Saranac Public House, Spokane (@Saranacpub)
pint barnTumwater

• World Cup in Seattle. The Sounders will host watch parties for all three USA group matches at the Armory at the Seattle Center

Former German breweryMilwaukee
The Highbury pubMilwaukee (@thehighbury)
Nomadic World PubMilwaukee
Greene’s For House, Nenah (@greenesph)
Pub of the Three Lions, Shorewood (@threelionspub)
tequila salza, Wausau (@eltequilasalsa)<

Tribute to our veterans in 2022 – @theU https://utahbbq.org/tribute-to-our-veterans-in-2022-theu/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 20:11:55 +0000 https://utahbbq.org/tribute-to-our-veterans-in-2022-theu/

University of Utah to Honor 11 Utah Veterans and Award Student Veteran of the Year at 25th Annual Veterans Day Commemoration Ceremony, Friday November 11, 2022. The tribute is part of a series of events planned throughout the week to honor veterans. Events include a concert, a BBQ and a dodgeball tournament.

The memorial ceremony will be preceded by a pipe band procession from the J. Willard Marriott Library Plaza to the Student Union Building at 10:30 a.m. Nominations came from across the state, and all 11 honored veterans will receive a memorial medallion on stage during of the ceremony. .

“The University of Utah is committed to honoring Utah veterans, from World War II to current conflicts, who have made incredible sacrifices for our nation,” said Committee Co-Chair Jennifer Robinson. of Veterans Day. “It has been our honor at the U to host this ceremony for 25 years.”

Faa Taupau is the new Director of the Veterans Support Center and Co-Chair of the Veterans Day Committee.

Since the U began hosting the Veterans Day ceremony in 1998, nearly 300 veterans have been honored, representing all branches of the U.S. military, including the Army, Marine Corps, the Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, and National Guard.

“We are grateful to the university for its continued support of military and veteran student programs,” said Fa’aMai Taupau, the new Director of the Veterans Support Center and Co-Chair of the Veterans Day Committee. “Together, we have built a Veteran Support Center that offers GI Bill services, Veterans Administration-backed counseling, and many other essential programs that support the academic and personal achievements of our military and veteran students. ”

“This adds tremendous value to one of the most diverse and growing organizations on campus,” Taupau added. “We have come a long way since we opened this center 10 years ago. We look forward to what we can do over the next 10 years.

Physical therapy student Cody Crane is the 2022 Veteran Student of the Year.

The 2022 Student Veteran of the Year is Cody Crane, in recognition of the “constant, earnest, and energetic effort” he puts into his life, schoolwork, community, and military service. Crane earned his BS in Kinesiology from the U in 2020. He started physical therapy school at the University of Utah last spring.

As director of the neuro pro bono clinic and class representative for the American Physical Therapy Association, Crane oversees the development of policies, procedures, and quality assurance for the clinic, as well as board meetings. administration. Along with other students and licensed physiotherapists, he provides free quality care to patients who cannot afford health care or are uninsured. He also volunteers two hours a week for his duties as director.

Utah Athletics will recognize service men and women from all service branches at a special halftime show during the Utah vs. Stanford football game at Rice-Eccles Stadium on Saturday, November 12. On-field recognitions will include Crane as Veteran Student of the Year.

The Retired Investor: DST Economics / iBerkshires.com https://utahbbq.org/the-retired-investor-dst-economics-iberkshires-com/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 21:20:00 +0000 https://utahbbq.org/the-retired-investor-dst-economics-iberkshires-com/

By Bill SchmickChronicler of the iBerkshires

On Sunday, November 6, 2022, Americans set their clocks back to standard time. Earlier this year, the US Senate unanimously approved a bill that would have made daylight saving time (DST) permanent starting November 20, 2023. What happened?

The U.S. House of Representatives did not act on the measure. To become law, the measure would have to be passed by the House and signed into law by the President. Fundamental disagreements over the wording of the Senate bill, called the Sunshine Protection Act, ultimately centered on the right time to make permanent – ​​daylight saving time or standard time.

Recent public opinion polls indicate that most Americans would like to see permanent DST. You might ask why and when did the current system develop, and what is the economic impact of changing it?

Benjamin Franklin came up with the idea in 1784, but it was Europe, particularly Germany, that implemented the change in 1916. In America, daylight saving time has had a checkered past, with beginning with President Wilson, who made it law in 1918. It was repealed seven months later, reinstated in 1942 by FDR, and formalized by Lyndon Johnson in 1966, who standardized the start and end dates of the summer time across the country.

Arizona, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, US Virgin Islands, and Northern Marianas do not recognize daylight saving time. Only 70 countries around the world observe it, but those that do are strict about it. For example, on Saturday October 30, 2022, clocks in most of Europe were set back one hour at the end of daylight saving time.

By passing the Sunshine Protection Act, U.S. Senate lawmakers justified permanent daylight saving time by arguing that it could boost consumer spending, while reducing energy consumption by adding an extra hour of daylight at the end of the working day.

Historically, not everyone in the United States liked the concept of daylight saving time. Farmers lobbied against the concept because it would give them one less hour of sunshine to send their crops to market. They also claimed that the cows don’t like it because milking is done on a schedule and daylight saving time disrupts that.

As for energy conservation, at one time the United States implemented year-round daylight saving time (from January 1974 to April 1975) to combat the energy crisis in the era. Once again in 2005, Congress extended DST by one month to reduce energy costs as well. Unfortunately, studies have shown that the fraction of savings on electricity and gas bills from daylight saving time is more than offset by higher energy consumption in other areas.

The United States Chamber of Commerce has long supported daylight saving time. The Chamber argues that consumer spending increases during daylight saving time. Retail sales are jumping due to more people shopping after work. Energy consumption also increases. Increased use of air conditioning and fans, as well as additional driving occur when consumers take advantage of the extra daylight to shop. This explains the minimal gains in energy savings overall.

Two of their members, golf and the barbecue industry, have made their case. Golfers profit from the extended hour of play to the tune of $200 million to $400 million a year, according to the Chamber of Commerce, while barbecue-related business profits increase by more than $150 million a month. Restaurants, hotels and businesses in tourist areas also favor daylight saving time as they say visitors stay later.

On the negative side, William F. Shugart II, an economist at Utah State University, says the clock change itself can cost the country $1.7 billion in lost opportunity costs. He argues that people could do something more productive. Additionally, the Air Transport Association, as of 2007, estimated that the airline industry suffered over $147 million in tight schedules worldwide due to the clock change.

Beyond the economy, which seems to have as many upsides as downsides, the social impacts are just as puzzling. Longer daylight promotes safety for children playing outdoors, joggers, and dog walkers, and increases visibility, which reduces car accidents.

Against the pros, there are arguments that moving the clocks forward provides less sunlight in the mornings when most kids go to school. Since most thefts are committed at night, additional daylight can reduce crime.

In any case, don’t expect Congress to pass legislation to make either time change permanent this year. Depending on the outcome of the midterm elections, something could change in 2023, but given the partisanship in Congress, I wouldn’t hold your breath.

Bill Schmick is the founding partner of Onota Partners, Inc., in the Berkshires. His forecasts and opinions are purely his own and do not necessarily represent the views of Onota Partners Inc. (OPI). None of his comments are or should be considered investment advice. Direct inquiries to Bill at 1-413-347-2401 or email him at bill@schmicksretiredinvestor.com.

Anyone wishing to obtain personalized investment advice should contact a qualified investment adviser. None of the information presented in this article is intended to be and should not be construed as an endorsement by OPI, Inc. or a solicitation to become a customer of OPI. The reader should not assume that the specific strategies or investments discussed are employed, purchased, sold or owned by OPI. Investments in securities are not insured, protected or guaranteed and may result in loss of income and/or capital. This communication may include opinions and forward-looking statements, and we cannot guarantee that these beliefs and expectations will prove to be accurate. Investments in securities are not insured, protected or guaranteed and may result in loss of income and/or capital. This communication may include opinions and forward-looking statements, and we cannot guarantee that these beliefs and expectations will prove to be accurate.

10 of Pennsylvania’s most popular state parks are worth a hike https://utahbbq.org/10-of-pennsylvanias-most-popular-state-parks-are-worth-a-hike/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 15:01:00 +0000 https://utahbbq.org/10-of-pennsylvanias-most-popular-state-parks-are-worth-a-hike/

Pennsylvania’s state parks are some of the most beautiful in the United States, perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, especially those who enjoy hiking. These parks are an ideal destination for a weekend getaway or a summer vacation with friends and loved ones. The parks are also a great way to see Pennsylvania’s natural environment, and with 121 to choose from, it can be hard for vacationers to decide which ones to explore. Well, these are 10 of the most popular state parks in the state worth checking out.

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10/10 Rickets Glen State Park, Benton

Rickets Glen State Park is not only one of the best and most popular state parks in Pennsylvania; it is one of the most impressive in the country. The park is a perfect choice for travelers looking for magnificent waterfalls. Covering over 13,000 acres, Rickets Glen offers a waterfall hike, a seven-mile trail featuring over 22 waterfalls, 94′ Ganoga Falls being the largest. Besides waterfall hunting, there are several activities in this park, including boating on Lake Jean, swimming on the lake beach, and picnicking.

  • Opening hours:
    8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

9/10 Trough Creek State Park, James Creek

Trough Creek State is one of Pennsylvania’s smallest state parks, but has some of the most impressive travel gems vacationers explore in a single day. Located along the southeast shores of Raystown, this state park is known for its Balanced Rock Trail, home to spectacular attractions including the Suspension Bridge, Rainbow Falls, and Balanced Rock. The views of Lake Raystown are amazing. Hikers definitely won’t want to miss this state park, given all it has to offer.

  • Opening hours:
    8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

8/10 Almost Isle State Park, Erie

Jutting out into Lake Erie, Almost Isle State Park is one of Pennsylvania’s most popular state parks, and it’s very easy to see why. The park features a spectacular coastline with many outdoor activities including boating, hiking, biking, swimming, and hiking. While hiking in this park, vacationers have an incredible chance of spotting migrating birds, and the many unique habitats are home to some of the rarest, most threatened, and endangered species. The park is also home to some of the finest sandy beaches.

  • Opening hours:
    8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

7/10 Pymatuning State Park, Jamestown

Covering 16,892 acres, Pymatuning State Park is definitely one of the largest state parks in the Commonwealth and one of the most visited in Pennsylvania for good reason. The park offers many opportunities, which is worth it. One can boat, fish or swim on its 17,088-hole reservoir, which is the largest lake in the Commonwealth. The state park is always open at all times of the year, from sunrise to sunset. Park beaches and certain areas only operate at specific times of the year.

  • Opening hours:
    8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

6/10 Hickory Run State Park, Carbon

Located in eastern Pennsylvania in Carbon County, Hickory State Park is one of the largest and most beautiful state parks in the state. The park has two beautiful lakes, the famous Hawk Falls and a spectacular boulder field, so it is well worth exploring. Travelers can hike any of the 44 miles of trails and enjoy a refreshing dip at a swimming beach located within the grounds of the park. Located in the western foothills of the Pocono Mountains, visiting the 15,990-acre Hickory Run State Park is always a pleasure.

  • Opening hours:
    8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

5/10 Leonard Harrison State Park, Wellsboro

Leonard Harrison State Park is one of Pennsylvania’s most popular state parks and offers some of the most impressive modern facilities. The park is one of the two closest parks to the Grand Canyon in Pennsylvania and has some of the best hiking trails to reach the canyon. Travelers can enjoy spectacular views of the canyon from various vantage points. Turkey Path Trail allows vacationers to enter the canyon and passes many beautiful waterfalls along the way. The trail leads travelers to another popular hike, the Pine Creek Rail Trail, at the base of the canyon.

  • Opening hours:
    8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

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4/10 Prince Gallitzin State Park, Patton

Surrounded by the forested hills of the Alleghany Plateau, Prince Gallitzin State Park offers breathtaking views of breathtaking Lake Glendale, as well as its 26-mile coastline. Hiking is one of the best outdoor activities to do in this park, giving vacationers the chance to spot different wildlife, sometimes from their unique habitats. There are many experiences at this park, including environmental education programs, guided tours, and recreational activities.

  • Opening hours:
    8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

3/10 Codorus State Park, Hannover

Covering 3,500 acres of space, Codorus State Park is located in York County in the rolling hills of the southern part of the county. The park includes a 1,275 acre Lake Marburg with a beautiful coastline stretching 26 miles and is a favorite spot for birdwatching as migrating shorebirds are plentiful. Programs are offered at the park year-round, including historical walks and talks, campfires, and audio-visual presentations. Scuba diving is permitted, but only at Sinsheim Cove on the east side of the park.

  • Opening hours:
    8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

2/10 Tyler State Park, Newton

Located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Tyler State Park spans 1,711 acres and is one of the most popular state parks in the state. With beautiful trails, facilities, and some of the best hiking trails, Tyler State Park is well worth the trip. Various educational programs are held in the park, the purpose of which is to stimulate stewardship of historical, natural and cultural resources. Travelers can join the workshops, guided park tours, and historical hikes to learn more about the park.

  • Opening hours:
    8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

1/10 Moraine State Park, Portersville

Surrounded by rolling hills, lush jungles, and crystal clear waters, Moraine State Park isn’t just one of Pennsylvania’s most popular state parks. it is among the most impressive. The park’s main highlight is 3,225-acre Lake Arthur, with a beautiful shoreline stretching 32 miles. The park receives over one million visitors each year. The park offers several tours, educational activities and workshops for its visitors.

  • Opening hours:
    8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Obituary: Per Guldbrandsgaard | AspenTimes.com https://utahbbq.org/obituary-per-guldbrandsgaard-aspentimes-com/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 15:32:04 +0000 https://utahbbq.org/obituary-per-guldbrandsgaard-aspentimes-com/
By Guldbrandsgaard
Photo provided

June 20, 1938 – October 15, 2022

Per Guldbrandsgaard, one of the “Stein boys” who followed gold medal-winning Olympian Stein Eriksen from Norway to teach at his new US ski schools, died on October 15, 2022 in Aspen after 84 years of a busy life of skiing and traveling the world.

Born June 20, 1938 in Drammen, Norway, Per grew up as an avid skier in the mountain town of Geilo, one of two sons working on the family farm. Skiing was the means of transportation since his toddlers. He graduated from Stavern Military School in two years before flying out to circumnavigate the world on a work ship. Back in Geilo, he becomes a banker, only teaches skiing on weekends, before realizing something about himself.

“I am an outdoorsman. I said to myself, I have to get out of this bank, I can’t stay here anymore,” he recalls. “I love being outside and talking to people and helping them feel good about their skiing.”

Per taught full-time at Geilo from 1960 to 1965, including a summer interlude teaching at Portillo and La Parva, Chile. In 1965, Stein Eriksen returned to the glaciers of Norway to assess and hire many professional European instructors, and he recruited certified Norwegian Per to be on staff at his Sugarbush, VT ski school.
Per taught for two seasons at Sugarbush, where slippery conditions were similar to those in Europe.
In 1967, Stein was asked to start a ski school for Aspen Skiing Co.’s new gem, Snowmass-at-Aspen. So he picked a team to take him west. The instructors were delighted to discover the powder snow of the fledgling ski resort of Snowmass. Per worked as Stein’s assistant and supervisor before he left in 1969 to accept the opportunity to have his own school – in Snowcrest, Minnesota.

He spent the next 15 winters as ski school director at Snowcrest, a 300-foot vertical ski area that hosted some 1,000 guests from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. There he served as a PSIA Alpine Ski Instructor Examiner, also establishing the district’s first certification process for cross-country ski instructors. He was the representative and advertising “face” for ski equipment, Gladiator sunglasses and ski sportswear.

He was often mistaken for Stein Eriksen for their similarities in facial features – and both had thick, wavy hair that was never encumbered by a ski hat, even on the coldest days. He was sometimes referred to as Stein’s “brother from Lille”.
Meanwhile, Stein had moved to Utah and was to be ski director when Deer Valley opened in 1980. Stein asked Per to run the ski school for him. “Their offer was missing a zero,” Per said dryly, “so I declined and stayed with Minnesota.”

The Snowcrest season ended on March 1, so Per returned to Snowmass each spring to continue teaching there for the last 6 weeks of his season. In 1995 he returned to Snowmass for good – bringing with him his “Norwegian New Year” tradition. At 4 p.m. Mountain Time every December 31, Per rang in the New Year just as the clock struck midnight in Norway, accompanied by other ski pros cheering “skål” at their favorite watering hole in the Snowmass Village upper mall.
He retired in 2014 after 55 years teaching skiing, 47 of them at Snowmass. He has shared his love of skiing with legions of ski guests, most of whom have become lifelong friends, incorporating him into their own families to introduce each new generation to the joys of winter sports.
When he finished each day of skiing, après-ski, he was always surrounded by colleagues and colleagues at places marked with plaques known as “Per’s Corner”, not only at Venga Venga but also at Mountain Dragon/Slow Groovin BBQ.
When he first came to Snowmass, he laid down his roots and his heart, explaining that “I’ve been in heaven ever since.” He was an essential part of the large Norwegian community in Aspen/Snowmass. For many years he returned to Norway every summer in the summer, but he also looked forward to his respite in mid-January on Waikiki Beach in Hawai’i. In recent interviews for the Aspen Business Journal and Skiing History magazine, he said, “I’ve had a great life doing exactly what I love to do.
He is survived by the two sons of his late brother Svein (who had also taught at Snowmass), both living in Norway. Per also leaves behind a multitude of friends, colleagues and ski guests, all of whom were very fond of him.

Republican candidates clash with business owners in Gary – Chicago Tribune https://utahbbq.org/republican-candidates-clash-with-business-owners-in-gary-chicago-tribune/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 22:55:40 +0000 https://utahbbq.org/republican-candidates-clash-with-business-owners-in-gary-chicago-tribune/

Business owners at a roundtable hosted Thursday in Gary by the Republican National Committee said finding workers and dealing with inflation are the top issues they face today as they navigate the current economy.

About 50 people gathered at the Sole Café in Gary for the discussion featuring re-election contender Sen. Todd Young and First Congressional District candidate Jennifer-Ruth Green.

There were no other Republican candidates at the event; Lake County Republican Party Chairman Dan Dernulc, who is running himself to unseat Democratic State Rep. Michael Griffin, said he was unaware of it.

Young and Green was up against U.S. Representative Burgess Owens, R-Utah, a member of the Education and Workforce Committee, who also won re-election Nov. 8. Darquia Biffle, co-owner of Big Daddy’s BBQ and Sole Café in Gary, and Sean Jointer, owner of Righteous Enterprise Remodeling and Construction of Indianapolis, rounded out the panel.

Young faces a challenge from Hammond Mayor Tom McDermott, a Democrat and Independent James Scéniak, while Green challenges incumbent U.S. Representative Frank Mrvan, D-Highland.

Jointer said employees don’t feel as valuable when inflation is so high. Despite adjustments and wage increases, higher wages are not outpacing inflation and workers are not advancing, Jointer said. He said the pandemic had changed people’s attitudes towards work, and that access to materials and price volatility made it difficult to bid and complete work.

Biffle said finding people who want to work is a challenge. She said extra unemployment benefits and stimulus checks were keeping people out of work and causing her business to struggle. Big Daddy’s Bar-B-Que LLC, received a federal Paycheck Protection Program loan for $126,300 in the first batch that was distributed in April 2020, according to ProPublica’s database. The program was intended to provide small businesses with payroll funds during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Last year, it had to close its Schererville site for about six months after failing to find workers. The cost of food and inconsistent access to produce has also caused issues, and Biffle said she’s had to raise prices and change menu items and recipes because sometimes produce isn’t available.

Young said business owners across the state struggle with the same issues.

“Inflation is by far the No. 1 issue on the minds of Hoosiers in every region of the state,” Young said.

Jennifer-Ruth Green, candidate for Indiana's 1st congressional district, speaks during a panel discussion hosted by the Republican National Committee in Gary on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022. (Kyle Telechan for the Post-Tribune)

He described inflation as a form of taxation on people on fixed or low incomes and said runaway spending policies were to blame.

“Stop spending trillions we don’t have on things we don’t need,” Young said. He criticized direct payments made to individuals under the American Rescue Plan Act as contributing to inflation and a lack of working people. He called for deregulation of business in general and the energy market in particular to help reduce fuel prices.

“It’s a matter of changing the way we think,” Green said. Young people need to learn that they can advance their lives through matriculation, enlistment, or employment, not just a college degree. She said she would work to help voters manage their expectations of what can be accomplished by seeking to understand the tools available to her to find a reasonable solution to issues affecting voters.

Jennifer-Ruth Green, candidate for Indiana's 1st congressional district, right, speaks with Congresswoman Burgess Owens (UT-04) before a roundtable hosted by the Republican National Committee in Gary on Thursday, Oct. 20 2022. (Kyle Telechan for the Post-Tribune)

Aresenio Wright of Hammond, CEO of Preferred One Ambulance, said he had hoped to have the opportunity to ask candidates questions, but was overall happy with what he had heard.

“There is never a problem with words. The problem is with the action,” Wright said. He hopes that if the elected Greens will be able to achieve change.

Sharon Mallory of Gary, owner of SDM Investments, said she came to the event because she was a longtime black Republican in northwest Indiana and wanted to hear what Green had to say.

“I’m thrilled Jennifer Ruth Green is being transparent and telling the truth,” Mallory said.

The ills affecting Hoosiers will not be resolved overnight, Mallory said. She is fed up with Lake County career politicians who have become complacent, and she agrees with Green.

“We need to rethink what we do,” Mallory said.

Dear Freshmen, Embrace Homesickness – The Daily Texan https://utahbbq.org/dear-freshmen-embrace-homesickness-the-daily-texan/ Tue, 18 Oct 2022 06:19:34 +0000 https://utahbbq.org/dear-freshmen-embrace-homesickness-the-daily-texan/

As my mother glazes her signature braised pork belly with a final sprinkle of rice wine, she brings the just-steaming dish to the dining table.

“Dinner is ready,” she said in Mandarin, asking us to come downstairs to eat. The aroma permeates through the cracks of the house and up to my bedroom.

I grew up in the traditions of a Chinese family. Weekend Chinese School, Lunar New Year, and my mother’s cooking were the defining moments of my childhood memories.

Whether it’s Mom’s Turkish Delights, Dad’s Vintage Humor, Pop’s American BBQ, or your family’s iconic celebrations, we all have defining characteristics and memories of what we used to call home. to arrive on the Forty Acres.

Now our home is defined by new traditions: the burnt orange, the Hook ’em hand signs and our mascot, Bevo.

College is a big adjustment. As the months pass, we often remember what we used to call home. As such, homesickness exists – even though it is an identity battle, it can be a catalyst for personal growth and a source of newfound independence.

My message to the freshman class: embrace homesickness.

Homesickness is a reminder of those you were closest to. You can have days when you absolutely thrive, days when you sleepless nights at Perry-Castañeda Library or days when you have trouble keeping up with class. There are sweet flower buds, moments that keep you grounded, and friends that become your new family. As you find your new family, the memories we create become the core of our college experience.

Homesickness is a reminder of growth. UT has an essence of beauty. Students come from all over the world – in-state, out-of-state, or international. The diversity of languages, traditions and student organizations allows students to find their place. Finding your passions and refining your interests is the key to personal growth, both academically and emotionally.

Homesickness is a reminder of tradition. The food that characterized your childhood, the songs you sang, the cultures you celebrated, don’t lose them. Learn the recipe passed down from your grandmother, celebrate your traditions with loved ones, keep your native tongue sharp and never forget the roots that define your identity.

Homesickness is a reminder of peace. Be free. It’s luck and the most ideal place to make mistakes, but remember to always bounce back. Get out of your dorms and breathe in the fresh air. Listen to the birds chirping as you lay beside the turtle pond. Learn to get out of your comfort zone. Keep yourself busy, but busy with intention.

Homesickness is a care reminder. There is a simple doctrine: apart from a person’s work, the most sacred thing he can give is his love. Somehow along the way, we tend to forget about it. Embrace whoever you have, your friends, teachers, roommates and those who stayed home. Self-care is important, even when you’re mired in work. Make sure you follow routines, eat well, and get enough sleep.

Homesickness is a reminder of home. Stay in touch with your family – text them, FaceTime, reconnect with your siblings and check on your grandparents. It reminds you of the core values ​​you hold, yesterday and today.

Your parents and guardians are proud of you.

I’m proud of you.

As we begin a new roller coaster of chapters, the discomfort is impermanent. College is an opportunity. With the chaos, don’t forget the house. And call your mom, she’ll appreciate it.

You are here for a reason. Stick to your defined goal. You are part of a loving new family here at UT – a home away from home.

Wan is an aerospace engineer and freshman Plan II student from Houston, Texas.

Bowling Green Rallies, scoring the final ten points, to beat the Miami RedHawks, 17-13 https://utahbbq.org/bowling-green-rallies-scoring-the-final-ten-points-to-beat-the-miami-redhawks-17-13/ Sat, 15 Oct 2022 20:52:23 +0000 https://utahbbq.org/bowling-green-rallies-scoring-the-final-ten-points-to-beat-the-miami-redhawks-17-13/

Bowling Green Rallies, scoring the final ten points, to beat the Miami RedHawks, 17-13

The Bowling Green State University football team scored the final 10 points Saturday afternoon (October 15), rallying for a 17-13 win over the University of Miami in Mid-Atlantic Conference action. American at Doyt L. Perry Stadium.

Ta’ron Keith’s 19-yard run with 11:31 left in the game gave BGSU the lead, and the Falcon defense held the RedHawks to Miami’s final two offensive possessions of the game. Darren Anders stopped Miami quarterback Aveon Smith on a third run, forcing a MU punt with just over seven minutes to go.

BGSU won a pair of first downs, working nearly four minutes off time before returning the ball to MU. Then Anders broke up passes on back-to-back plays before Anthony Hawkins and Walter Haire combined to stop Smith a yard from first down on a fourth down. BGSU landed a first down before a pair of knees ran out.

Harold Fannin Jr. scored a second-quarter touchdown and Mason Lawler netted a third-quarter field goal to bring the Falcons within three points before Keith’s score in the fourth quarter gave the home side a definite lead .

Jaison Patterson rushed for a game-high 94 yards as the Falcons gained 176 rushing yards as a team. The BGSU defense held the RedHawks to just 189 total yards (98 rushing, 91 passing) in the win.

Demetrius Hardamon had three tackles for the loss, including a pair of sacks. One of those sacks resulted in a fumble from Smith. As a team, BGSU has 10 tackles for loss in the afternoon.


  • Bowling Green won the toss and carried over to the second half. Miami received the opening kick with the Falcons defending the southcourt.
  • The RedHawks’ opening drive yielded three points, as a Graham Nicholson field goal put the visitors ahead with just over four minutes remaining.
  • The teams traded punts before the Falcons went 67 yards on a drive spanning the end of the first quarter and the start of the second. Matt McDonald completed passes for double-digit wins to Odieu Hiliare and Tyrone Broden on that drive, but on the 13th game of possession, Yahsyn McKee intercepted a pass in the end zone to return the ball to the RedHawks.
  • The Falcons responded by forcing a three-and-out, and Jake Rogers returned the punt that followed 11 yards down the BGSU 44-yard line.
  • BGSU completed a second straight drive over 61 yards. McDonald rushed for 12 yards on a fourth-and-1 play, and the drive culminated in a one-yard run by Harold Fannin Jr. with 7:13 to go before halftime.
  • The RedHawks scored a touchdown in the final minute of the half, as Aveon Smith drove for 16 yards before throwing a 19-yard pass to Miles Marshall. MU took a 10-7 lead into the intermission.
  • The opening kick of the second half was missed by Bowling Green and recovered by Miami, giving possession to the RedHawks at BG 27.
  • In the ensuing practice, however, the Falcons held the RedHawks to seven yards on three plays, with Chris Bacon breaking up a third pass. Nicholson’s 39-yard field goal gave Miami a 13-7 lead.
  • The teams traded punts, with BGSU taking over at the Miami 48. A 24-yard run from Fannin was followed by McDonald’s 8-yard shovel pass to Christian Sims, putting BG inside the 10. The RedHawks held and Mason Lawler’s 22 yards. the field placement made it a three-point game with 4:44 left in the third quarter.
  • Miami’s next practice ended with an apocalyptic sack from Demetrius Hardamon, forcing the MU Smith quarterback to fumble. Donrez Brown recovered at the Miami 34-yard line.
  • McDonald completed a pass to Broden to get the Falcons inside the Miami 20, but the drive ended with a 31-yard field goal attempt from Lawler that hit the post and rebounded.
  • The Falcons forced a three-and-out, taking over on their own 45-yard line with 13:52 left in the fourth quarter. A pass from McDonald to Fannin picked up 17 yards, and after a catch from CJ Lewis, Ta’ron Keith broke a tackle, cut left and went 19 yards for a score. Lawler’s PAT gave the Falcon a 17-13 lead with 11:31 to go.
  • On the next drive, Smith ran for a first down on a third-and-9 play to bring the RedHawks just above midfield. But, several plays later, Darren Anders stopped Smith on a third run, forcing a Miami punt.
  • Jaison Patterson collected a pair of first downs for the Falcons, who used up several minutes on the clock before a third sack ended the practice. Sami Sir’s punt returned the ball to the RedHawks at the Miami 25 with 3:23 left. After a QB run on first down, Anders broke up passes on each of the next two plays. On fourth down, Smith climbed up the middle, but was stopped by Walker Haire and Anthony Hawkins, out of sticks, with 2:38 on the clock.
  • Two runs by Patterson were followed by timeouts in Miami, but on third down Patterson made a right tackle for six yards and a first down. After another six-yard gain by Patterson, the Falcons were able to use consecutive knee plays to miss time.

The Falcons hit the road next weekend and travel to Mount Pleasant on Saturday, October 22 for a 1:00 p.m. EST kickoff against Central Michigan. The game will be streamed via ESPN3.