28-38 Ridgewood Court, Ferny Hills.The property, which is in a quiet cul-de-sac, features an in-ground pool, covered gazebo and turfed poolside area which is perfect for children. 28-38 Ridgewood Court, Ferny Hills.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019With panoramic views through to Moreton Island, the home is framed by Queensland bushland.The five-bedroom, three-bathroom home is being marketed Ray White — Wilston selling agent Holly Bowden. 28-38 Ridgewood Court, Ferny Hills.A stunning Brisbane hilltop retreat, on a 2ha allotment, will go under the hammer tonight.The three-level property at 28-38 Ridgewood Court, Ferny Hills is on the market for the first time. 28-38 Ridgewood Court, Ferny Hills. 28-38 Ridgewood Court, Ferny Hills. 28-38 Ridgewood Court, Ferny Hills.Also on-site are multiple fruit trees, chicken coops, children’s fort and swings.The property is a short drive to Bunya and Samford Village. The property goes to auction today (August 3) at 6pm.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — Everyone isn’t an early bird. We know a few people personally who struggle hopping out of bed in the morning. So, the Alpena Area Chamber of Commerce is giving late risers a chance to experience the Good Morning Alpena breakfast at a later time in the day.The chamber is calling it Good Mid Day Alpena. This is the city’s first mid-day event of the year. The topic and structure is the same as January’s Good Morning Alpena breakfast.Businesses will talk about the local goods they make right here in town. Good Mid Day Alpena begins at 11:30 in the morning at The Fletcher Street Depot Thursday, April 4.The cost to enter is $10 per person. You must register in advance to attend. Phone the Alpena Area Chamber of Commerce at 989-354-4181 or email at [email protected] Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious 110-acres of land will turn into bike park in TawasNext This is the last weekend to ride on state-designated snowmobile trails
SAN ANTONIO >> In previous years, Kobe Bryant’s absence would spark concerns about his health or rustiness. But in his 20th and final NBA season, things have changed for Bryant beyond becoming more reflective and nostalgic. Instead, Bryant’s absence during practices and morning shootarounds this season have become normal. Bryant skipped Friday’s session to ensure he will play when the Lakers (11-41) visit the San Antonio Spurs (41-8) today at AT&T Center in his final game here. Lakers coach Byron Scott also believes that approach has largely contributed toward Bryant averaging 29.3 points on 44.4 percent shooting, 8.3 rebounds and 3.3 assists in the past three games.“Less work has been better because his legs are fresh, especially the last couple of weeks,” Scott said. “He has a different pep in his step.”After nursing soreness this season in his left leg, right shoulder and right Achilles, Bryant argued he had had successfully offered a counter punch to Father Time by staying consistent with his around-the-clock treatment. But while that stayed the same, Scott revealed that Bryant changed his workload. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Scott reported for the past three or four weeks Bryant listened to his suggestion to take 200 shots per day instead of 500.“He tends to work harder when things aren’t going right for him,” Scott said of Bryant. “That’s a detriment to him, too. If his shot is not falling, he gets 500 more shots up that day and next day’s legs are gone.”Extended bucket list The Lakers have fallen in love with Jordan Clarkson, partly because he has often expressed hunger to continuously improve. But even if the Lakers’ second-year guard has downplayed individual accolades, Clarkson admitted he has become hungry for something else when he participates in the NBA’s Skill Challenge during All-Star weekend. “My main goal is to try to get free tacos,” Clarkson joked, mindful that Taco Bell has sponsored the event. Clarkson will have what he called “a busy weekend,” considering he will also play in the NBA’s rookie-sophomore game and judge the NBA Development League’s dunk contest. With Clarkson averaging 15.2 points on 44.6 percent shooting, Scott envisioned Clarkson eventually playing in the main event of All-Star weekend. “Hopefully in the next couple of years, he keeps progressing,” Scott said. “When it’s his fourth or fifth year in this league, hopefully he’s one of those guys that you can look at as possibly being an All-Star.”Scott reiterated his want for Clarkson to improve his perimeter defense, outside shooting (34 percent), assist-to-turnover ratio (2.4:1.9) and free-throw attempts (2.8), all goals Clarkson plans to attack. With Clarkson facing restricted free agency this summer, he offered a strong signal he would like to grow with the team that drafted him.“I definitely want to be here in LA and be a part of this young group and grow,” Clarkson said. “Hopefully we can grow into something great. I love L.A.”As for making future All-Star appearances?“You definitely want to reach the top pinnacle of what you do. That definitely would be cool,” Clarkson said. “But I’m trying to be the best I can and help our team win games. I want to be great one day. But all that stuff will come so long as I come to work and win games.”
Burrow is LSU’s second winner of the prize, after running back Billy Cannon in 1959, thanks to a remarkable season in which he has led LSU to the top seed for the 2019 College Football Playoff.With Burrow now considered the leading contender to be the first overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft too, we take a look at how he compares to the last five quarterbacks to win the Heisman – Kyler Murray, Baker Mayfield, Lamar Jackson, Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston.JOE BURROW (LSU) – 2019- Threw for 4,715 yards, 48 touchdowns and six interceptions.- Completed an NCAA-best 77.9 per cent of his passes.- Had an NCAA-best passer rating of 201.5.- Ran for 289 yards and three touchdowns.- Led LSU to a 13-0 record and the top seed in the College Football Playoff.BURROW to JETSpic.twitter.com/18Pk6BCQVd— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) September 8, 2019KYLER MURRAY (OKLAHOMA) – 2018- Threw for 4,053 yards, 40 touchdowns and seven interceptions.- Had a passer rating of 205.72 – the best in Heisman history.- Ran for 892 yards and 11 touchdowns.- Led Oklahoma to a 12-1 record and the fourth seed in the College Football Playoff.- Went on to be the first overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.Heisman in the #OUDNA pic.twitter.com/ylsTwLcKDt— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) February 23, 2019BAKER MAYFIELD (OKLAHOMA) – 2017- Threw for 4,340 yards, 41 touchdowns and five interceptions.- Had a passer rating of 203.76 – at the time the best in Heisman history.- Ran for 310 yards and five touchdowns.- Led Oklahoma to a 12-1 record and the second seed in the College Football Playoff.- Went on to be the first overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.That feeling when you become…HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER BAKER MAYFIELD! pic.twitter.com/dOzGultn4y— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) December 10, 2017LAMAR JACKSON (LOUISVILLE) – 2016- Threw for 3,390 yards, 30 touchdowns and nine interceptions.- Had a passer rating of 153.34.- Ran for 1,538 yards (the most ever by a Heisman-winning quarterback) and 21 touchdowns.- Led Louisville to a 9-3 record.- Went on to be the 32nd overall pick in the 2018 NFL [email protected]_era8 on his memories of winning the Heisman, and why Joe Burrow has his vote this year: pic.twitter.com/zLQlAtj2iI— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) December 10, 2019MARCUS MARIOTA (OREGON) – 2014- Threw for 3,803 yards, 38 touchdowns and two interceptions.- Had a passer rating of 186.79.- Ran for 669 yards and 14 touchdowns.- Led Oregon to a 12-1 record and the second seed in the College Football Playoff.- Went on to be the second overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.Mariota?Yep, he’s in the #Heisman fraternity. pic.twitter.com/sRtcyDPMwH— The Heisman Trophy (@HeismanTrophy) December 6, 2015JAMEIS WINSTON (FLORIDA STATE) – 2013- Threw for 3,820 yards, 38 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.- Had a passer rating of 190.05. The Heisman Trophy has been won by a quarterback for a fourth year in a row after LSU’s Joe Burrow was given the accolade on Saturday.Senior Burrow, who transferred from Ohio State in 2018, beat fellow quarterbacks Justin Fields and Jalen Hurts as well as Buckeyes defensive end Chase Young to claim the prize given to college football’s best player. – Ran for 193 yards and four touchdowns.- Led Florida State to a 13-0 record and the number one seed for the National Championship Game.- Went on to be the first overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.Coach excused me thank y’all for supporting me but without these people I am nothing #DoItbig #Mybrothers pic.twitter.com/dx9Xu9nNDx— Jameis Winston (@Jaboowins) December 15, 2013