WICHITA, KS - It's the buzzer-beating shot college basketball fans can't stop talking about. This is Jordan Poole's game-winner set to the "Titanic" theme. The freshman guard hit the 28-foot 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Michigan the 64-63 win over Houston to advance the Wolverines to the Sweet 16.
SANDUSKY, OH - Cedar Point has increased ticket prices for the 2018 season, but you don't have to actually pay the full price. The gate price for a daily ticket will now cost $72, up $5 from last year. To avoid paying that price, just buy your tickets ahead of time at Cedar Point's website. "The best price for tickets is always CedarPoint.com," says Cedar Point communication Manager Tony Clark. "Tickets are always going to be less expensive than the gate."
Actress Melissa Gilbert, who lives in Howell, Michigan, isn't hiding what she thinks of President Donald Trump's Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. Speaking to TMZ, Gilbert called the Holland, Michigan native a moron and said she needs to be removed from her position. This comes in response to a recent interview DeVos gave on "60 Minutes" where many believe she failed to answer the tough questions. TMZ caught up with Gilbert in New York City. "I think she's a moron.
@kmeinke@caplannfl If we get him, which would most likely be for a good cap price, I'd love to then take a flyer on Eiffert. Yeah, he's always hurt, but when healthy, and if healthy, is a huge red zone threat and would probably come cheap, too. Draft is deep. Can get another one there mid to late.
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Selecting a term
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