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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 02 Charlotte at Illinois As a whole, the league took four losses to out of conference teams, but also saw UTEP take another step towards a bowl game, Rice possibly finds a quarterback and Florida Atlantic continue their dominance over rival FIU. Let’s take a look at what we learned over the weekend in C-USA. In MTSU’s upset victory over East division foe Marshall, Rick Stockstill’s Blue Raiders managed a feat that they’ve only accomplished twice since the start of the 2019 season — a 100-yard rushing day from the running backs. While MTSU did see over 1,700 rushing yards come from Blue Raider quarterbacks over the past two seasons, their rushing attack as a whole ranked ninth among C-USA teams over the same span. Redshirt junior running back Chaton Mobley was the last MTSU back to top 600 yards in a season (2018) since 2016. Which makes it fitting that the fifth-year junior provided his team with a 15-carry, 132-yard day in MTSU’s 34-28 victory over the Herd. Stockstill spoke about wanting to get his running backs more involved in the offense at the outset of the season, but struggled to get production as a whole during their first four games, amassing just 286 yards. With the East division being wide open as teams begin conference play, if Stockstill’s club is going to have a chance at a surprise run, they’ll need consistency from their backs. [Education]


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New Dallas Morning News Vice President and Editor of Editorials Brendan Miniter is pictured at his Dallas home, Tuesday, January 16, 2018. (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News) Miniter said he was humbled by the opportunity to lead the growing charter network, whose focus on classical education best site mirrors his own love of history, literature and language. Officials said he will start at the school by the end of the year. “Education has always been important to me as it changed my life,” said Miniter, who grew up in rural, upstate New York. Miniter, who’s been with The News since 2018, spent a decade as the assistant editorial page editor at the Wall Street Journal. He’s worked with Republican strategist Karl Rove on two books and with former Indiana governor Mitch Daniels on another one. Miniter moved to North Texas in 2011, working for the George W. Bush Presidential Center. As director of scholarship and editorial content, he led the creation of the permanent exhibit about Bush’s presidency. Grant Moise, president and publisher of The News, said Miniter’s dynamic background and willingness to listen to all sides of issues made him a great steward of the editorial board, which serves as the paper’s institutional voice on issues and concerns facing the community. “Brendan has brought keen intellect to this job that helps to provide great insight,” Moise said, “but it’s his heart that’s so big that — having the empathy that he has — matches his IQ to his emotional intelligence to bring such a compassionate perspective to the editorial pages.” In August, Moise promoted Miniter to take on additional responsibilities as general manager to oversee strategies related to the digital version of The News. Moise said Miniter will continue at the paper through the end of the month.

Also "Twins that Cook,"  Maya and Aria Christian, both Whaling City natives who launched a cookie making business, appeared on Access Hollywood to promote their treats. But that's not all. Here are the most popular stories on this past week.  New Bedford churches to close, merge into one Two churches in the North End have closed their doors and parishioners will now worship at St. Mary's Church on Tarkiln Hill Road.   Parishioners of Our Lady of Fatima and St. Joseph-St. These churches have been attending services at St. Mary’s since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic when church officials linked the three parishes.  The three churches are coming together to form the brand-new Saint Gabriel the Archangel Parish. The new parish will be formally established for Catholics of New Bedford’s North on Oct. 11. Read the full story: The Fall River diocese is closing two churches in New Bedford.