Dead on Target (The Hardy Boys)

Dead on Target is the first book in The Hardy Boys Casefiles series. It was first published in the year 1987. Joe Hardy's girlfriend, Iola Morton, dies. Joe is unable to believe it; the brothers begin their investigation. They meet a person who calls himself the "Gray Man," from a government agency called "The Network." Frank and Joe take his help to get to the person. Soon they learn that it is not a person, but a group of terrorists who call themselves "Assassins." Joe vows to kill them. As the story progresses, some Assassins are killed in encounters, they come to know. When the book is about to end, Joe and their other friends begin searching a shopping mall when they learn that the Assassins plan to kill a presidential candidate giving a speech in Bayport. Soon and Frank have a fight with Al-Rousasa at the top floor; the fight ends with Al-Rousasa falling to his death, Joe remembers what he had been told - "Nobody takes an Assassin alive." Casefile #1, Dead on Target, was a drastic change from the established Hardy Boys world.

Iola Morton is killed by a terrorist car bomb in the first volume. The books become more grisly. Frank and Joe investigate murders. Chapters no longer have titles, there are no illustrations; the boys collaborate with the Gray Man. The Hardy Boys Casefiles Encyclopedia

2018 Wyoming Cowboys football team

The 2018 Wyoming Cowboys football team represented the University of Wyoming during the 2018 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Cowboys are coached by fifth-year head coach Craig Bohl and play their home games at War Memorial Stadium as a member of the Mountain Division of the Mountain West Conference, they finished the regular season 6–6, 4–4 in Mountain West play to finish in third place in the Mountain division. Despite being bowl eligible, they were not invited to a bowl game; the Cowboys finished the 2017 season 8–5, 5–3 in Mountain West play to finish in a tie for second place in the Mountain Division. They were invited to the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl; the Cowboys announced an early signing class of 20 high school student-athletes on December 20. On February 24, they announced the signing of two more student-athletes. Listed in the order that they were released During the Mountain West media days held July 24–25 at the Cosmopolitan on the Las Vegas Strip, the Cowboys were predicted to finish in second place in the Mountain Division.

The Cowboys had three players selected to the preseason all-Mountain West team. Strong safety Andrew Wingard was selected as the preseason defensive player of the year. Source: Key: SOLO: Solo Tackles, AST: Assisted Tackles, TOT: Total Tackles, TFL: Tackles-for-loss, SACK: Quarterback Sacks, INT: Interceptions, BU: Passes Broken Up, QBH: Quarterback Hits, FF: Forced Fumbles, FR: Fumbles Recovered, BLK: Kicks or Punts Blocked, SAF: Safeties First Team Nico Evans, Sr. RB Andrew Wingard, Sr. DB Cooper Rothe, Jr. PK Second Team Carl Granderson, Sr. DL Honorable Mention Tyler Hall, Jr. CB Logan Wilson, Jr. LB Cooper Rothe – Special Teams Player of the Year Keegan Cryder, Fr. C – Freshman All–American Carl Granderson – Senior Bowl Andrew Wingard – East–West Shrine Game Nico Evans – NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Passing leaders: Tyler Vander Waal: 13–22, 137 YDS. J. Richardson: 6 REC, 113 YDS, 1 TD Passing leaders: Tyler Vander Waal: 9–16, 87 YDS.