Colorado Mines Orediggers

The Colorado School of Mines Orediggers are the athletic teams that represent the Colorado School of Mines, located in Golden, Colorado, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. The Orediggers compete as members of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference for all 16 varsity sports; the Colorado School of Mines has been successful athletically as of late. The Orediggers claimed the institution's first-ever Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Sports Cup during the 2011-12 academic year, repeated in 2015-16; the 2015-16 season saw Mines win their first NCAA team championship while claiming five RMAC regular-season and three RMAC Tournament titles. In 2012, the men's basketball team was ranked number 1 and made it to the round of 16 where there they were knocked out by Metropolitan State; the men's cross country team placed 2nd at the 2012 NCAA Division II championships. In 2015, the men's cross country won the NCAA DII cross country national championship and brought home 4 all-American awards.

It was not only the team's first national title but first and first team title in school history. The men's team won the 2019 NCAA DII national championship. Gregg Brandon, the head coach since 2015, has led the team to winning seasons since taking the reins. Under his leadership, the team was Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference co-champions in 2016 and progressed to the second round of the NCAA playoffs; the preceding head coach from 2000-2015, Bob Stitt, led the team to many wins. Stitt is the football coach with the most wins at Mines with an offense, nationally recognized. Under Stitt, the football team was the RMAC champions in 2004 and co-champions in 2010 and 2014, progressed to the second round of the NCAA playoffs in 2004. In women's athletics, the Orediggers have clinched three consecutive RMAC volleyball championships, qualified for the NCAA tournament six years straight and have been ranked in the top 25 in NCAA Division II; the 2014 team finished with a record of 25-4, finishing 10th in the country, producing 2 All-Americans and one Honorable Mention All-American.

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Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is a video game released on 23 May 2012 based upon the BBC television programme Doctor Who. It was intended to be the first of a series, but it was announced in 2013 that the sequels have been put on hold. Matt Smith reprises his role as the Eleventh Doctor. Alex Kingston returns to her role on the show as River Song; the plot is promised as allowing the player to take on the role of the Doctor and River Song as they travel across space and time in an effort to save Earth by gathering pieces of the eternity clock, an object, a record of everything that has or will happen in all of existence. Along the way is decision making which leads to puzzles. Players will encounter Daleks, Cybermen and the Silence; the game had been confirmed for release on 30 April 2012, but was postponed to 23 May 2012. The game takes place just before the events of "Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead" in River Song's timeline as indicated by various notes within her diary as well as the use of her title of'Professor'.

For the Doctor the game takes place between "A Good Man Goes To War" and "Let's Kill Hitler" or after the events of "The God Complex". It is sure that the events in the Doctor's timeline are not after series 6 finale because The Silence tell the Doctor that one day he will find his doom, referring to Utah in "The Wedding of River Song". According to review aggregating website Metacritic, the PS3 version of the game received an average review score of 39 out of 100, based on 21 reviews; the game received a 3.5 out of 20 from the Australian game critics Stephanie Bendixsen and Gus Ronald on the ABC television program Good Game: Spawn Point describing what they wish a Doctor Who game would be like. IGN editor Mike Bell gave The Eternity Clock a 5.5 out of 10 stating that "Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is a game, filled to the brim with good intentions and does a lot of things right, but that the Pandorica couldn’t fix the amount of technical issues present."Developers have responded to some criticisms and released an update.

This update addresses bugs, AI adds additional save locations. blog Official press release announcing the game IGN PS3 version preview