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DG House / Domb Architects

June 17, 2021 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: zzqgqddue.

first_img Area:  660 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard DG House / Domb Architects ArchDaily Save this picture!© Amit Geron+ 17 Share Photographs:  Amit Geron Text description provided by the architects. Design is modern and simple, and materials are basic: painted plaster, grey oak and glass. Elevation reflects the inside- Same simplicity, same materials, and same quite. The lot is located at the dead-end street. Facade is very narrow, and at back of the lot a public park. Our initial decision was to put the building in the advance lines of the street, and to leave the back garden big as much as possible. Save this picture!© Amit GeronRecommended ProductsMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensFiber Cements / CementsEQUITONEFiber Cement Facade Panel NaturaWoodEGGERLaminatesBecause of the width of the pitch, we divided the house into two wings- 2 asymmetrical boxes, which connected with open staircases . The front elevation is sealed, hiding the house from the street. Huge doors open to the volume, which bring the views to the pool, and leave in the center of the house- a double height central space that connecting all house activities and is the meeting point of the house. From the entrance- a wooden deck leading from the street, through the living room to the garden in the back of the field. Save this picture!© Amit GeronThe intermediate space, double height- is the living room. It connects the two wings with overhead bridges and staircase. In its space was important for us to use huge glass walls- that allow natural views and lights to the home life. The kitchen is in the public part of the ground floor with dining area from which go to the yard with BBQ Outdoor unit. Near the dining room is a spacious family room- that allows mom to be in eye contact with the children while she is busy in the kitchen. Save this picture!© Amit GeronParents dreamed of an independent ground floor suite, sitting “on the water” with the separation from the rest of the house looks. Isolation was also a desire to give independence to children running around with their friends at the pool. The children’s bedrooms were located on the first floor. Young’s rooms are with a common family room and balcony from every room. Adult children’s rooms are designed like “mini suite” with a living unit and independent bathroom. All others family functions – a screening room, fitness facilities, a Billiard table, as well as an intimate studio- are in the basement. Save this picture!© Amit GeronThe process with the client began in helping him to choose the lot, in reviewing the lot advantages, and in the optimization of the options  We made different sketches, and shared the dilemmas of choosing client solution. We played with the entrance direction and stairways-to received preliminary sketches for the client. We are very unique in the design process- planning the house in 3D from the initial sketch. Customers are very happy that the “imaging programs” are translated in 3D dimension. Save this picture!entrance floor planEasy for us to be in a process where the customer is a partner in taking “visual decisions”. He sees over the whole process house “inside and out”, from the street and from the garden. Save this picture!back elevationHe can intervene not only in design flow, volumes, facades, but in understanding the final design, “heat & cold” of the house, finishing materials and the relationship between spaces. These simulations are documented in “A book of images”, that accompany the client and us throughout all phases of construction and decision making. Great joy when the customer comes in with it and investigating whether simulation matches reality. It gives “emotional help” to customers in decision-making by family and friends- that he was showing the house and gets feedback from them.Project gallerySee allShow lessMIT’s Festival for Art Science and Technology ‘FAST Light’ArticlesVideo: ‘Untitled’ by Ai WeiweiArticles Share Houses CopyHouses•Ramat Hasharon, Israel DG House / Domb ArchitectsSave this projectSaveDG House / Domb Architects Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard 2008 Photographs CopyAbout this officeDomb ArchitectsOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesRamat HasharonIsraelPublished on May 05, 2011Cite: “DG House / Domb Architects” 05 May 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021. 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NSC heartened by CAC performances … pledges more support for athletes

September 19, 2020 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: nexmcumgj.

first_imgTHE NATIONAL Sports Commission (NSC) is heartened by the recent performances of Team Guyana at the recently concluded Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Body Building championships in the Dominican Republic.During a meet-and-greet yesterday at the Commission’s Homestretch Avenue office, the Director of Sport, Christopher Jones, commended the team’s performance, adding that more support will be forthcoming from the government.Guyana Team of Mr Guyana Kerwin Clarke, Devon Davis, Bruce Whatley, Emmerson Campbell, Alisha Fortune and Franklin Brisport returned with five medals.“Bodybuilding is noteworthy to mention because every time they participate at a regional or international event, they always return with awards. The NSC was only too proud to contribute to their travels because we knew that they would be representing the Golden Arrowhead to the best.”President of the Guyana Body Building and Fitness Federation (GABBFF) Kevon Bess contended that they will continue in pursuit of greatness.“It’s the fitting thing to have the athletes given the opportunity to represent Guyana at all costs and we hope that with this recent success and the success that we’ve been building on for the last couple of years that we can encourage more tangible support from the government going forward.“The tally of medals this year is the highest since we’ve been participating in the CAC championships and the athletes have continued to show much progress and we hope going forward, we can have the athletes represent Guyana at more competitions. ‘CAC Light Middleweight gold medallist Kerwin Clarke said, “I was elated by the performance at this year’s championship,” while Deron Davis, who obtained bronze in the Bantamweight category thought his experience was great.Meanwhile, Men’s Physique silver medallist Campbell was thankful to his sponsors for the experience, saying, “This is the biggest CAC competition that ever was in the history of the 44-year competition and this is the biggest medal haul. It wasn’t a fluke or we gained walkovers, it was a great achievement and I hope we continue to get the support of corporate Guyana.”Selvon Bruce Whatley picked up gold medal in the Masters Class before returning to take the silver medal in the Flyweight category.Fortune narrowly missed out on a medal performance, having been entered in the wrong category, for which the organisers later apologised.last_img read more

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Inkoom could consider Dnipro exit

August 28, 2020 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: egielqmer.

first_imgGhana defender Samuel Inkoom says he will fancy a move outside Ukraine before the summer transfer window closes.The Former Asante Kotoko defender has re-joined his side Dnipro for their pre-season tour in Austria after last season’s second half loan stint with French Ligue 1 side Bastia.The 24-year old made a return to international football last month when he played in Ghana’s Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Sudan and Lesotho.Inkoom says will not hesitate to make move if a good deal is reached.“Every player wants to go forward and play for the biggest clubs in the World and as a player you need to achieve something in life so if a club comes and a good deal is reached I might move,” he told Joy sports“I have my agent who is working on that and so far I have been told two premiership clubs have shown interest, two from Turkey, one from France and Germany and my agent is still on so let’s see maybe I can go or stay Dnipro.”last_img read more

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Lakers looking forward to bringing family to the NBA bubble at month’s end

August 17, 2020 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: ercinbyyl.

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThe Lakers have recently begun to acknowledge the strain of missing their families. Particularly older players with children like Morris are eager to have some together time. But even Kyle Kuzma, who doesn’t have his own family but is close with his mother, said he is looking forward to having some family time.“I can’t wait,” he said. “Obviously, this is a great experience. They’ve done an unbelievable job of really supervising and managing just how the bubble works, the ins and outs. They’ve done a great job, but at the same time, we’re all human and we all have our whole families and loved ones that we want to see and be around.”It wasn’t good news for everyone: Coaches and other staff won’t be able to have guests, which Frank Vogel, who has a wife and two adolescent daughters, said he accepts, even if it’s not what he and his staff hoped for.“I understand the league’s decision,” he said. “It’s really one of those things completely out of our control, so I don’t spend a lot of time thinking about it. But for our guys to be able to see their families, I will be very happy for them.”It’s not clear how long families will stay. Morris voiced concern that there isn’t much for children to do on the Disney campus. Attractions and rides aren’t open to people in the bubble, and outside of outdoor activities like fishing and pool access, it might be hard to keep kids occupied for a month or longer. To this point, the bubble has been a workplace with only adults present. But as players have been getting more antsy for home, seeing their loved ones for any time at all will have value, they said. There has been chatter that part, if not all, of the next NBA season could be played in a bubble, and players hope the NBA can figure out more family access if that’s the case.“I think that’s part and piece to making bubbles work for now and the future, having a way for us to see our families and stuff,” Kuzma said. “That’s probably just the toughest thing. But obviously having our families around will probably relieve a lot less tension that we have around here. Not saying we have tension, but just a league-wide stance.”Keeping an eye on No. 8Just like the rest of the NBA world, the Lakers are keeping a close watch on the race to the Western Conference’s No. 8 seed.Unlike most others though, the Lakers aren’t actually enjoying it.Vogel said his assistants are all live scouting the games for the Memphis Grizzlies, Portland Trail Blazers, Phoenix Suns and San Antonio Spurs because it isn’t clear yet which among those teams is actually going to emerge. While it’s made for compelling basketball, it’s less ideal for the Lakers, who would like to actually be able to focus on one opponent.Vogel echoed LeBron James’ sentiments after a Monday win over Denver that the Lakers weren’t yet in “playoff mode” in part because they can’t hunker down to focus on one team.“Playoff mode is, ‘OK, this is the team we have to beat and let’s be completely consumed with beating them.’ And until you know that, you can’t fully be immersed in that.”By the end of Thursday’s games, the play-in spots should be decided. The No. 8 team needs to win once to get in; the No. 9 team needs to win twice.Vogel has experience with being on the losing side of the eight seed. In the 2014-15 season, his Pacers were tied in the East for the eighth-best record but lost to Brooklyn on tiebreakers. But even he said he’s a traditionalist in the playoff format.Morris, on the other hand, said he was all for future play-in games.“Dame (Lillard) made a point before he got here, if we’re gonna be in the bubble at least give us a chance to try to get in the playoffs, which made a lot of sense for the teams that was here,” he said. “It’s cool. I think that’s a good thing to do for them. Especially for what happened anyways, they didn’t really get a chance to try and get to the playoffs. I think it’s perfect.”The Blazers (5-2 in the bubble) and the Suns (7-0) are two of the hottest teams of the restart, with both Lillard and Devin Booker representing elite scoring threats that could challenge the Lakers’ perimeter. But Kuzma said the Lakers aren’t especially concerned if Lillard, who scored 61 points on Tuesday night in a win over the Mavericks, and his Blazers are the first-round matchup.“I think that anytime you can be tested early in the playoffs, it’s going to help you out in other rounds,” he said. “So obviously them getting the eighth seed would be a very tough matchup for us. Dame presents a lot of the challenges because he’s an excellent player all-around. You see the shot-making, but his leadership and everything else. No, I don’t think it’s worst-case scenario because we’re war ready. We’re ready to play anybody.” LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Markieff Morris is ready to see his daughter again.He sees her now, over FaceTime, as the almost-3-year-old Jyzelle is clamoring to see him, too. That should happen as early as Aug. 31, when players in the NBA bubble can bring family members and other close loved ones as guests.“I already know she’s gonna go crazy,” he said. “She’ll do anything to see me, so it is what it is.”ESPN was first to report that the NBA had released an updated memo about player guests, who should start arriving during the first round of the playoffs to be quarantined. Players on second-round playoff teams will be permitted up to four guests, with additional spots allowed for children. The memo outlined that all guests must have “an established pre-existing, personal and known relationship,” and is restricting agents, personal chefs and other specialty service employees who could create imbalances in the bubble.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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Getting to Know T.J. Thomas

December 24, 2019 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: yvkwizsuw.

first_imgPrior to becoming a Bulldog, junior forward T.J. Thomas (Stone Mountain, Ga.), attended Tyler Junior College. During his career with the Braves 2015-2016, he averaged 7.7 points per game and led the team in rebounds and blocks. What does it mean to play Division I basketball?”Playing at a D1 school is a really good experience. When you love basketball all of your life, it’s the dream you dream of. It’s a blessing to have the opportunity to play here.”What made you decide to attend Drake?”My junior college coach had a good connection with the coaching staff at Drake. He persuaded me to visit and I liked the school and we have great coaches. I was looking at a couple of other schools that were flirting with me throughout the year, but Drake was the one that was the most consistent.”What are some aspects of Drake and the basketball program you enjoy?”When it came to basketball, I liked the challenge. Coming in, I knew we were rebuilding the program, so I was up for the challenge.”How did you develop a love of basketball?”I started playing basketball when I was younger. I never looked at it like a big deal. I would just go outside and play for fun with all of my other cousins and family. My favorite part about basketball is being on the court. When you’re on the court you don’t worry about anything else. You could say it’s like therapy.”What are you majoring in and how do you plan to use that degree in the future?”I’m majoring in sociology. I’m interested in that major because as a kid I liked to observe and see how people act. Sociology definitely helps me understand how people act in a more business-like aspect. I’m a big dreamer and a degree in sociology will help me get a job in any field I feel. I could be in the business field, film or design, anything. My dream job is, of course, basketball, but I also want to make music and art and maybe own my own business.What other activities do you participate in off the court?”Music, art and nature. I don’t play instruments but with the technology today, I know how to put music together electronically and I sing and rap. I like all kinds of music. With art, I mostly draw. I’m really just getting back into drawing. I also enjoy poetry. I’ve written it since I was young.” What are you looking forward to this season?”I’m looking forward to winning. I’m excited because I know we have the capability to make some noise through the end of the year and I’m ready to help us do it.”Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Rock Formation Built in Millions of Years, Lost in Seconds?

December 19, 2019 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: ekyaaglzf.

first_imgTo the surprise of tourists, one of Australia’s seacoast rock formations called the “Twelve Apostles” collapsed into a pile of rubble before their eyes, reported CNN, ABC and other news sources.  The fall of the 150-foot high sedimentary formation was caught in before-and-after snapshots by a teenager.  Even though standard geology claims the rocks began to form 20 million years ago (see the BBC News story), the remains will probably be washed away by the waves within weeks.  Answers in Genesis took this event, and others like it, as evidence that such formations could not be nearly as old as claimed.Let the evidence speak for itself.  Anyone infer millions of years with this kind of eyewitness testimony?    Here is a candidate for Stupid Evolution Quote of the Week from a tourist, reported by “It’s pretty unbelievable; it’s history in the making today… It won’t be the same sort of photo any more, but it is evolution.”  Darwinism wouldn’t generate much of an edifice with this kind of process.  If the tourist meant that Darwinism itself is crumbling in a similarly rapid manner, well, then the remark would be rather astute.(Visited 10 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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Career Opportunity: Organization Director

December 17, 2019 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: zzqgqddue.

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ohio Farm Bureau Federation is seeking a highly motivated, detail oriented self-starter for a management position in Delaware, Franklin, Madison and Union counties. Individual must be willing to reside in the service area. Demonstrated leadership skills and management ability is required as is a bachelor’s degree in an agriculture-related field. Three years of work experience in agriculture or in a business setting is preferred. The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of a membership organization and be comfortable with public speaking and sales. Attractive benefit package includes a company vehicle. Email resumé and cover letter to [email protected]. Deadline to apply: Nov. 19, 2019About Ohio Farm BureauThe Ohio Farm Bureau Federation is a grassroots membership organization that supports programs that ensure the growth of Ohio food and farms, such as advocating for good government policy, developing opportunities for young farmers, providing student scholarships and grants, supporting Ohio food efforts, creating food literacy programs for kids, hosting community building events and funding efforts to protect the environment, water quality, farmland preservation and more.Position detailsProvide quality professional service and support to county boards and volunteer leaders to meet the needs of the membership relative to established organizational goals and objectives, consistent with Ohio Farm Bureau’s Strategic Plan.Primary duties:Provide leadership and direction to county Farm Bureaus for the purpose of improving the strength, effectiveness and visibility of the organization in pursuit of stated Ohio Farm Bureau and County Farm Bureau goals and programs.Achieve membership growth through multiple strategies including an annual volunteer membership campaign, direct sales and strong partnerships.Work with county leaders to recruit new volunteers and provide leadership opportunities and training to develop and enhance volunteer leadership skills.Develop and enhance relationships with Nationwide, legislators, governmental agencies, agribusiness, local businesses, community groups and other strategic partners.Assist the county board to oversee county finances and develop an annual budget aligned to county goals and annual audits.Responsible for managing the local Farm Bureau office, including but not limited to personnel, data management, finances and correspondence.Minimum educational experience qualification: Minimum skill qualifications: Proficient in basic computer skillsOrganizational skillsCapacity to motivate, enthuse and recognize volunteersPublic speaking abilitiesFinancial and marketing knowledgeMinimum other qualifications: Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license.Must live in a county in the organization director territory.Preferred qualifications: One to two years of work experience in a business environment.Knowledge or experience in agriculture.Deadline to apply: Nov. 19, 2019Email resumé and cover letter to [email protected].last_img read more

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Roy Hodgson: ‘Coaching is a sadistic pleasure – the suffering never stops’

November 16, 2019 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: ixyfmqzbo.

first_imgShare on Messenger Roy Hodgson says his Crystal Palace players have responded to his enthusiasm in training and as he gets older he is anxious to never let his energy levels drop. Photograph: Crystal Palace FC Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Twitter There must have been times – as the wheels came off at the Etihad Stadium or when stoppage-time penalties were saved against Bournemouth and at home to Manchester City – when he contemplated the logic in resuming his career.“I’d have laughed if someone had told me, in 1976, I’d still be doing this at 70. I assisted Bobby Houghton at Halmstads and we were both just under 30. We’d say: ‘Wouldn’t it be great to do this for maybe 10 years, save a little money, then perhaps start a little business together.’ Some sort of travel agency. We had no football thoughts beyond that, other than maybe combining it with a bit of sport, getting a few tours going. It was a very loose plan and the wheels fell off it many years ago.“It is a sadistic pleasure. The suffering never stops – that’s the problem. A lot of young coaches who respect the fact I have been doing it a long time … that is often their question. Does it get any easier? Can you relax more during the games? Can you take it all a little bit more philosophically and put it in perspective? The tragedy is I have to tell them: ‘No. If anything it gets worse.’ Getting that first foot on the rung of the ladder, that’s where you find it easier to shrug off those times when your foot slips off and you have to get yourself going again. When you have been lucky enough to move up, all you see is the slide back down. You don’t see the further steps upwards.“You learn to harden yourself towards it but, the longer you are in, it isn’t something you can give up lightly. It’s not something you can walk away from and, even if you’re not winning, it’s possible to derive some satisfaction from the fact you are working properly. But I suffer during games. We follow the action, kicking every ball, wondering if our centre-backs can stop the cross … In some ways you enjoy it but your heart is always thumping.” The sight of Pep Guardiola joining him in the dugout in stoppage time in the goalless draw with City on New Year’s Eve summed up the respect in which Hodgson is held by his peers. The pair spoke about the seasons their sides are enjoying. “A nice conversation,” says the Englishman. Share on Twitter Roy Hodgson is not one for sentimental reflection. Looking back has never really been his thing. If it were, as he admits, he might linger on his life going full circle in restoring him to the club he supported as a boy, “walking with my dad to watch the reserves one week, the first team the next” from their regular vantage point on the bleak concrete of the Holmesdale Road terrace. Or hoarding programmes, a youngster craving an audience with Johnny Byrne or Terry Long “and waiting to collect autographs by the changing rooms”.It had been a sense of Crystal Palace’s underlying ambition, and a desire to fling himself back into work 14 months after leaving his role with England, that convinced him to return to the club where a career spanning more than half a century had begun with evening sessions in the youth team. Yet, when Hodgson allows himself a second to contemplate, he can acknowledge some would spy romance in last autumn’s return. Don’t judge players and managers too soon in this season of comebacks Reuse this content His father, Bill, was a geordie who had moved to the capital before the second world war, then returned from the fighting to marry and settle as a bus driver in the suburbs south of the river. “He regarded himself as a Londoner but he had two teams: Newcastle from his youth and then, when he came down to Croydon, he was Crystal Palace all the way,” Hodgson says. “He watched the game. Just before he died, we knocked Internazionale out of the European Cup with Malmö [in 1989] and I was really happy he lived at least to see that moment. But to see me at Palace? I’m sure he’d have been very proud. He’d have loved it.”A little over four months into an appointment that had underwhelmed many outside this corner of south London, the doubters blinded by memories of England’s failures at recent tournaments and assuming this was a broken man, it is hard not to admire the rejuvenation instigated by the country’s most worldly wise manager. At 70, Hodgson is on his 20th coaching assignment, yet his appetite for hands-on coaching is as fierce as ever, his enthusiasm and energy infectious. It has rubbed off on his players, from Wilfried Zaha to James Tomkins, Bakary Sako to Martin Kelly. They are revived.The job he has overseen is far from complete but feels remarkable. Palace had endured the worst start to a top-flight campaign, losing seven games without scoring, a sequence that included Frank de Boer’s four-match tenure. Hodgson had arrived as a firefighter to stumble almost from the off into brutal batterings at the two Manchester clubs. The situation was grim. But, in 16 games since and despite a lengthening injury list, Palace have earned 25 points. Their opponents on Saturday, Arsenal, are the only side to have beaten them in the last 12 league matches. Topics Share on WhatsApp Pinterest interviews When you have been lucky enough to move up, all you see is the slide back down. You don’t see the further steps upwardsRoy Hodgson Read more Hodgson will have admired City’s style and panache, as well as their feverish work rate. “I like the artistry of the game. I still get a lot of pleasure watching the good quality teams play, where the movements of the players are coordinated. It’s almost balletic. There is so much interaction in a football match: between you and your team-mates and how you support each other, work for each other, make runs. But I also enjoy the other aspect: the pressing and how people work so hard to recover the ball.”He inherited a squad whose confidence was fragile but who were eager to follow his lead. The structured nature of training has been embraced, sessions replicating game-play to encourage familiarity, clarity and a recognition of each player’s role. It worked at Fulham and West Bromwich Albion, Malmö and Copenhagen. “We didn’t hear anyone saying: ‘What the hell are we doing this for?’ In fact, quite the reverse. Quite a few came up to us and said: ‘We like this. We need more of this. Please keep it going.’ They take their lead from you: your energy, your enthusiasm. It does transmit. I’m anxious as I get older to make sure that doesn’t drop.”In a congested bottom half, he has hoisted Palace to 12th and should be rewarded with forays into the transfer market. Everything about his appointment seems to fit. “I’m working at a club which has really good potential, with owners with the right ideas,” he says. “The only thing we are lacking is making certain we have the 11 players who can deliver total stability in the Premier League, where you are not looking over your shoulder every year wondering: ‘Are we in or are we out?’”There lies his target. Over at Malmö’s stadium the fans refer to the upper corner of the eastern stand as “Roys Hörna” (Roy’s Corner). Maintain Palace’s progress and Hodgson, back where it all began, will find adulation far closer to home. Crystal Palace Share on Facebook Facebook Roy Hodgson Share via Emaillast_img read more

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Video: Notre Dame Took A Brief Lead On A 73-Yard DeShone Kizer To Will Fuller TD Connection

October 27, 2019 | By admin | Comments Off on Video: Notre Dame Took A Brief Lead On A 73-Yard DeShone Kizer To Will Fuller TD Connection | Filed in: adzvswdvm.

first_imgWill Fuller scores a long touchdown for Notre Dame over Stanford.No. 6 Notre Dame took a 20-14 lead over No. 8 Stanford on a 73-yard touchdown hook-up from DeShone Kizer to big-play wide receiver Will Fuller late in the second quarter.The Fighting Irish took over at their own 27 following a Stanford punt. Kizer then immediately connected with Fuller on a deep ball down the left sideline.Will Fuller 73 yard TD reception to make it 20-14 Notre Dame #STANvsND— THE MAIN MANN™ (@JacobMann_1) November 29, 2015 Fuller has four receptions for 113 yards and a touchdown already. Notre Dame needs this win to maintain in the CFP hunt, but the Cardinal just scored to re-take the lead.last_img

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