The 2010 Nevada Wolf Pack football team represented the University of Nevada, Reno in the 2010 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Wolf Pack were led by head coach Chris Ault, they were members of the Western Athletic Conference. They finished the regular season 12–1 and 7–1 in WAC play to share the conference championship with Boise State and Hawaii, they were invited to the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl where they defeated Boston College 20–13 to finish the season with a 13–1 record. The Wolf Pack finished the 2009 season 8–5 and 7–1 in WAC play to finish in second place and lost the Hawaii Bowl against SMU by 10 to 45. 2nd Round, 36th Overall Pick by the San Francisco 49ers—Sr. QB Colin Kaepernick 3rd Round, 66th Overall Pick by the Cincinnati Bengals—Sr. LB Dontay Moch 7th Round, 204th Overall Pick by the Denver Broncos—Sr. TE Virgil Green
Patallacta, Llactapata or Q'ente Marka is an archaeological site in Peru located in the Cusco Region, Urubamba Province, Machupicchu District. It is situated southeast of the site Machu Picchu, at the confluence of the rivers Cusichaca and Vilcanota on a mountain named Patallacta. On his way to discover Machu Picchu Hiram Bingham, discoverer of Machu Picchu and many other Incan sites, passed Patallacta, sometimes given the name of Llaqtapata as evidenced by the photograph of a sign from a check-point along the Inca trail, his associate Mr. Herman Tucker reported that the name of the town was Patallacta containing about one hundred houses. Above it were several important sites including Huayllabamba; this site is located 1.5 km away from the start of the "Classic Inca Trail". This site housed many occupants, including travellers and soldiers who manned the nearby "hill fort" of Willkaraqay, a shrine with rounded walls known as Pulpituyuq that had religious and ceremonial functions. Patallacta was burned by Manco Inca Yupanqui, who destroyed a number of settlements along the Inca road system during his retreat from Cusco in 1536 to discourage Spanish pursuit.
"Sunday Morning" is a song by American pop rock band Maroon 5. It was released on November 8, 2004, as the fourth single from their debut studio album Songs About Jane; the single peaked at number 31 in the United States becoming Maroon 5's fourth Top 40 single. An accompanying music video directed by Andy Delaney and Monty Whitebloom and was filmed at Abbey Road Studios and the Otto Dining Lounge in London, it features Maroon 5 performing the song, interspersed with scenes of numerous people singing it at a karaoke bar. Billboard called the single "another can't-miss romp from America's hottest pop-rock band." The music video for "Sunday Morning" premiered on November 2004 on MTV's Total Request Live. The video begins in February. Three months at the Japanese bar a karaoke ascene which starts off with a Japanese man and a pair of women, both blonde and brunette, singing "This Love" and at the end, the band appears to perform the closing moments of the song. Adam Levine says the idea for the video struck the band when they were in Japan and noticed a few of their songs on the karaoke list at a Japanese bar.
"Sunday Morning" was featured on the film Something's Gotta Give and the television series Third Watch. The song appeared on the American soundtrack version of the film Love Actually, along with "Sweetest Goodbye". An acoustic version is featured on the band's live album 1.22.03. Acoustic and appeared in the family comedy film Cheaper by the Dozen 2, it is featured on the karaoke video games Lips and Just Sing, both were included as downloadable contents. "Sunday Morning" was featured in the remix versions, which includes the "Urban Remix" was created by Mark Batson and the Jazz remix titled "Jazzy Mix", are available on Vinyl, the latter one appeared on the Songs About Jane: 10th Anniversary Edition, entitled as the demo version. Another remix was made by Questlove, appears on the band's remix album Call and Response: The Remix Album. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
Leornardo Carrera Lizarraga is a Mexican luchador or professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Bestia 666. He is working for various promotions across Mexico, while performing in the United States for several California-based promotions. Bestia 666's father is professional wrestler Leonardo Carrera, who performs as Damián 666 and who inspired his son's current character, he is the current leader of La Rebelión Amarilla. Carrera was born to Leonardo Carrera Gómez and Guadalupe Lizarraga on May 14, 1989, in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, he studied first in Universidad de las Américas Puebla in San Andrés Cholula, but after having some problems with the university's teachers, he switched over to Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León in Monterrey to study sports science. While studying, Carrera was looking for a career in American football, playing both as a running back and a defensive back, however, he was forced to give up the sport after nagging injuries started to affect his running.
Carrera decided to follow in the footsteps of his father Leonardo, better known as Damián 666, started training in lucha libre or professional wrestling in Arena México under his father, El Hijo del Gladiador and Skayde. In July 2009, Carrera made his debut for Perros del Mal Producciones. Wanting to start from scratch, he came up with the character of Leo, a masked técnico dancer and one half of the tag team Los Strippers with Riveiro; the tag team achieved only limited success working opening matches at events. On June 6, 2010, Carrera took part in Perros del Mal's storyline invasion of Mexico's biggest promotion, AAA. For the appearance he was repackaged as Bestia 666 with a character and face paint inspired by Damián 666, in the process revealing the relation between the two. Under his new character, Bestia 666 was accepted into the rudo stable Los Perros del Mal, which included the likes of Damián 666, Halloween, L. A. Park, X-Fly and the group's leader, El Hijo del Perro Aguayo. With his tag team with Riveiro behind him, Bestia 666 began teaming with X-Fly and on September 4 the two entered a tournament to determine the first Independent Wrestling League Tag Team Champions.
On November 28, Bestia 666 and X-Fly defeated Las Hermanos Trauma in a tournament final to become the first IWL Tag Team Champions. A week Perros del Mal Producciones crowned their first champion, the Perros del Mal Extremo Champion. On January 15, 2011, Bestia 666 made his wrestling debut for AAA, teaming with Damián 666 and Halloween as a member of both Los Perros del Mal and La Sociedad, in a six-man tag team match, where they were defeated by Los Psycho Circus. Bestia 666 represented Los Perros del Mal in International Wrestling Revolution Group, where he, Damián 666 and X-Fly unsuccessfully challenged for the IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship on four separate occasions between January and July. On July 24, Perros del Mal Producciones crowned their first Light Heavyweight Champion in a six–way match, where Bestia 666 ended up defeating Black Fire, Pesadilla, Tony Rivera and Zumbi to win the title. During IWRG's La Jaula de la Muerte show on August 28, Bestia 666, Damián 666 and X-Fly defeated Los Psycho Circus, Los Temerarios and Los Villanos in a steel cage match to win the IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship.
On October 5, IWL announced that since Bestia 666 and X-Fly had defended the IWL Tag Team Championship without the promotion's authorization, they would no longer recognize the title, which would be replaced by the new IWL International Tag Team Championship. That month, Bestia was invited for a tryout with WWE, during the promotion's tour of Mexico. Bestia appeared on the October 21 edition of WWE SmackDown as one of Cody Rhodes' "baggers", taking an RKO from Randy Orton. On November 13, Bestia 666 lost the Perros del Mal Light Heavyweight Championship to Super Nova in a six-way elimination match, which included Eterno, Diva Salvaje, Golden Magic and Tony Rivera. On December 1, Damián and X-Fly lost the IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship to Los Capos Jr.. On March 12, 2012, Bestia 666, along with his father, Halloween and X-Fly, announced that he was quitting Los Perros del Mal. On June 3, 2011, Carrera made his professional wrestling debut in the United States, when he, working without his signature face paint and billed as Bestia, took part in the tapings of Urban Wrestling Federation's first three pay-per-views at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, New York.
On the first PPV, titled First Blood, Bestia defeated Facade in a first round match of a tournament to determine the inaugural UWF Champion. At the tapings of the third PPV, titled Street King, Bestia was eliminated from the four–way tournament finals by Homicide. On the fourth PPV, Thug Assassins, which premiered January 22, 2012, Bestia defeated Masada. In early 2012, Bestia 666, along with his father, began making regular appearances for California-based promotions Empire Wrestling Federation and MexPW. On June 29, Bestia 666 took part in Extreme Rising promotion's first event in Corona, New York, defeating Pesadilla. On November 17, Bestia wrestled on Extreme Rising's first internet pay-per-view, Remember November, defeating Facade, he returned to the promotion a year on December 28, 2013, teaming with his father in a tag team match, where they defeated Pesad
The Queyras is a valley located in the French Hautes-Alpes, of which the geographical extent is the basin of the river Guil, a tributary of the Durance. The Queyras is one of the oldest mountain ranges of the Alps, it was one of the last ones to be opened to public tourism towards the end of the 20th century, thus being untouched by environmental destruction. Notable mountains around the valley include: The Taillante The Pic de Rochebrune – 3.324 m The Grand Queyras – 3.114 m The Pic de Petit Rochebrune – 3.078 m The Bric Bouchet The Pain de Sucre. There are two passes leading into the valley: Col Agnel Col d'Izoard 128633 Queyras, asteroid named after the valley Official information on activities in the Queyras