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San Francisco 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers are a professional American football team based in the San Francisco Bay Area. They compete in the National Football League as a member of the league's National Football Conference West division; the team plays its home games at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, located 38 miles southeast of San Francisco in the heart of Silicon Valley. Since 1988, the 49ers have been headquartered in Santa Clara; the team was founded in 1946 as a charter member of the All-America Football Conference and joined the NFL in 1949 when the leagues merged. The 49ers were the first major league professional sports franchise based in San Francisco; the name "49ers" comes from the prospectors who arrived in Northern California in the 1849 Gold Rush. The team is and corporately registered as San Francisco Forty Niners; the team began play at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco before moving across town to Candlestick Park in 1970 and to Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara in 2014. The 49ers won five Super Bowl championships between 1981 and 1994, led by Hall of Famers Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Ronnie Lott, Steve Young, coaches Bill Walsh and George Seifert.

They have been division champions 20 times between 1970 and 2019, making them one of the most successful teams in NFL history. The 49ers have been in the league playoffs 27 times: 26 times in the NFL and one time in the AAFC; the team has set numerous notable NFL records, including most consecutive road games won, most consecutive seasons leading league scoring, most consecutive games scored, most field goals in a season and most touchdowns in a Super Bowl. According to Forbes Magazine, the team is the sixth most-valuable team in the NFL, valued at $3.05 billion in September 2019. In 2019, the 49ers were ranked the 16th most valuable sports team in the world, behind baseball's Chicago Cubs and above soccer's Bayern Munich; the San Francisco 49ers, an original member of the new All-America Football Conference, were the first major league professional sports franchise based in San Francisco, one of the first major league professional sports teams based on the Pacific Coast. In 1946, the team joined the Los Angeles Dons of the AAFC and the Los Angeles Rams of the rival National Football League as the first three teams playing a "big four"-sport in the Western United States becoming part of the NFL themselves in 1950.

In 1957, the 49ers enjoyed their first sustained success as members of the NFL. After losing the opening game of the season, the 49ers won their next three against the Rams and Packers before returning home to Kezar Stadium for a game against the Chicago Bears on October 27, 1957; the 49ers fell behind the Bears 17–7. Tragically, 49ers owner Tony Morabito died during the game; the 49ers players learned of his death at halftime when coach Frankie Albert was handed a note with two words: "Tony's gone." With tears running down their faces, motivated to win for their departed owner, the 49ers scored 14 unanswered points to win the game, 21–17. Dicky Moegle's late-game interception in the endzone sealed the victory. After Tony's death 49er ownership went to Tony's widow, Josephine V. Morabito; the 49ers special assistant to the Morabitos, Louis G. Spadia was named general manager. During the decade of the 1950s the 49ers were known for their so-called "Million Dollar Backfield", consisting of four future Hall of Fame members: quarterback Y. A. Tittle and running backs John Henry Johnson, Hugh McElhenny, Joe Perry.

They became the only full-house backfield inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. For most of the next 13 years, the 49ers hovered around.490, except for 1963 and 1964 when they went 2–12 and 4–10 respectively. Key players for these 49ers included running back Ken Willard, quarterback John Brodie, offensive lineman Bruce Bosley. During this time the 49ers became the first NFL team to use the shotgun formation, it was named by the man who devised the formation, San Francisco 49ers' coach Red Hickey, in 1960. The formation, where the quarterback lines up seven yards behind the center, was designed to allow the quarterback extra time to throw; the formation was used for the first time in 1960 and enabled the 49ers to beat the Baltimore Colts, who were not familiar with the formation. In 1961 using the shotgun, the 49ers got off to a fast 4–1 start, including two shutouts in back-to-back weeks. In their sixth game they faced the Chicago Bears, who by moving players closer to the line of scrimmage and rushing the quarterback, were able to defeat the shotgun and in fact shut out the 49ers, 31–0.

Though the 49ers went only 3–5–1 the rest of the way, the shotgun became a component of most team's offenses and is a formation used by football teams at all levels. In 1962, the 49ers had a frustrating season, they won only one game at Kezar Stadium. After posting a losing record in 1963. Victor Morabito died May 10, 1964, at age 45; the 1964 season was another lost campaign. According to the 1965 49ers Year Book the co-owners of the team were: Mrs. Josephine V. Morabito Fox, Mrs. Jane Morabito, Mrs. O. H. Heintzelman, Lawrence J. Purcell, Mrs. William O'Grady, Albert J. Ruffo, Franklin Mieuli, Frankie Albert, Louis G. Spadia and James Ginella; the 1965 49ers rebounded nicely to finish with a 7–6–1 record. They were led that year by John Brodie, who after being plagued by injuries came back to become one of the NFL's best passers by throwing for 3,112 yards and 30 touchdowns. In 1966, the Morabito widows named team president. For the 1968 season, the 49ers hired as their head coach Dick

2006–07 Hyderabad C.A. season

The 2006–07 season is Hyderabad cricket team's 73rd competitive season. The Hyderabad cricket team is senior men's domestic cricket team based in the city of Hyderabad, run by the Hyderabad Cricket Association, they represent the region of Telangana in the state of Andhra Pradesh in domestic competitions. Head Coach: Vivek Jaisimha Bowling Coach: Kanwaljit SinghRayudu and Suman returned to the Hyderabad from the Andhra while Jaisimha replaced Rajesh Yadav as the head coach of the Hyderabad ahead of the 2006–07 season. NKP Salve Challenger TrophyLaxman got picked to the India Green squad for the 2006-07 NKP Salve Challenger Trophy, a List-A cricket tournament in India. But, Laxman had to pull out of the tournament owing to the hamstring injury and was replaced on the eve of the first game. Irani CupOjha got selected to the Rest of India squad for the 2006 Irani Cup, a first-class cricket competition in India. Duleep TrophyLaxman, Ojha and Arjun Yadav got selected to the South Zone squad for the 2006-07 Duleep Trophy, a first-class cricket tournament in India.

Deodhar TrophyLaxman and Arjun got selected to the South Zone squad for the 2006-07 Deodhar Trophy, a List-A cricket competition in India. The Hyderabad team, led by V. V. S. Laxman, began their campaign in the Ranji Trophy, the premier first-class cricket tournament in India, with a draw against the Maharashtra at Karad on 23 November 2006. After failure in the first two matches medium-pacer, Narender Pal Singh announced his retirement from the first-class cricket following his 13-year stint with the Hyderabad. Laxman missed after two games. Anirudh Singh replaced Laxman as the captain for the rest of the tournament, they finished third in Group B of the Super League and failed to advance to the knockout stage with two wins, a loss and three draws. Super League Group B Top two teams advanced to the knockout stage. Bottom team relegated to the Plate League for the 2007–08 Ranji Trophy. Points system: Win by an innings or 10 wickets = 5, Win = 4, Draw with first innings lead = 2, No Result = 2, Draw with first innings deficit = 0, Loss = 0.

Group Stage Most runsSource: CricinfoMost wicketsSource: Cricinfo The Hyderabad, led by V. V. S. Laxman, began their campaign in the Subbaiah Pillai Trophy as part of the South Zone Ranji One–Day Trophy, a List-A cricket tournament in India, with a win against the Goa at Hyderabad on 10 February 2007; the Hyderabad suffered an early set-back but the half-centuries from Laxman and Arjun Yadav helped the Hyderabad recover to 236 which proved to be more than enough as three-wicket haul from Kaushik Reddy and two-wicket hauls from Alfred Absolem and Pragyan Ojha ensured a 49-run win against the Goa. In the second match, the tight-bowling from the Tamil Nadu bowlers helped them to restrict the Hyderabad to 188 despite the half-century from Laxman while the half-centuries from Anirudha Srikkanth and Hemang Badani ensured the Tamil Nadu an eight-wicket win. Laxman pulled himself out of the tournament. Anirudh Singh replaced him as the captain for the rest of the tournament; the pull-out of Laxman from the squad affected the Hyderabad as they failed to chase the target of 232 set by the Andhra in their third match as Ambati Rayudu's 40 was the only score to cross 20 while Doddapaneni Kalyankrishna was the most effective bowler for the Andhra with three-wickets to his name.

Earlier, the half-century from Manoj Sai provided a strong start for the Andhra though they were pulled back by the three-wicket hauls by Ojha and Absolem in the middle. The Kerala pulled off a tie against the Hyderabad in the fourth match despite their middle-order collapse as VA Jagadeesh carried the bat with an unbeaten 95 to reach 225 with the support from Padmaja Manikantan and Vinan Nair. Earlier, the Hyderabad reached to 225 with the half-century from Shashank Nag and the cameos from Rayudu, Arjun Yadav and Anirudh; the Hyderabad lost to the Karnataka in their final group game as the three-wicket haul from Sunil Joshi and an all-round performance from Chandrashekar Raghu ensured a six-wicket win for the Karnataka. This loss eliminated the Hyderabad from the tournament as they finished fourth in the South Zone with a win, a tie and three losses. South Zone Zonal Stage Most runsSource: CricinfoMost wicketsSource: Cricinfo The Hyderabad team, led by Anirudh Singh, began their campaign in the Inter State Twenty–20 Tournament, a maiden domestic Twenty20 cricket tournament in India, with a win against the Goa at Visakhapatnam on 3 April 2007.

Playing their first-ever T-20 match, brisk scoring of Tirumalasetti Suman at the start and Ibrahim Khaleel at the end helped the Hyderabad post 158 in 20 overs despite the middle-order collapse while the three-wicket hauls from Inder Shekar Reddy and Amol Shinde ensured the Hyderabad a 21-run win against the Goa. In the second match, the half-century from Khaleel helped the Hyderabad recover from their top-order collapse to 132 but the collective effort from the Kerala batsmen ensured the Kerala chase the target with five-wicket to spare; the collective bowling effort from the Tamil Nadu and an unbeaten 40-run knock from Subramaniam Badrinath helped them to defeat the Hyderabad in the third match by six wickets. In the fourth match, an unbeaten half-century from Ambati Rayudu along with a 40-run knock from Doddapaneni Rushi Raj helped the Hyderabad post 184 while the run-outs at the start and five-wickets shared between Pragyan Ojha and Shivaji Yadav helped them bowl out the Andhra for 88.

The Hyderabad lost to the Karnataka in their last zonal match as they finished fourth in the South Zone and failed to advance to the Group stage with two wins and three losses. The Hyderabad batting collapsed once again in this tournament posting on

Ohio State Route 161

State Route 161 is an east–west state highway in central Ohio. Its western terminus is in Mutual at State Route 29 and its eastern terminus is near Alexandria at State Route 37, it is 57.46 miles long. State Route 161 passes through Columbus, Ohio's capital, a variety of towns including Plain City and New Albany; the route was established in 1924 to connect Plain Dublin. It was expanded to cover Mutual and Granville. Parts of SR 161 in Dublin and New Albany were upgraded to a freeway in 1969 and 1997. SR 161 starts off in Mutual as Milford Road, at a T-intersection at SR 29; the road turns northeast and meets SR 559 and Bullard Rutan Road in a 5-point intersection. Two miles a concurrency begins with SR 4. One mile the concurrency ends with SR 4 continuing to move north. About five miles SR 38 starts a short concurrency at Chuckery. After Chuckery, SR 38 splits off. There would be no more major intersections until SR 161 has reached Plain City, as it meets U. S. Route 42. SR 161 goes through a small section of Franklin County without major intersections.

In Union County, it meets Post Road in an interchange. SR 161 starts a concurrency; the concurrency goes back into Dublin. In Dublin, the freeway has interchanges with Avery–Muirfield Drive and Interstate 270; the freeway becomes an at-grade highway. The road goes into Dublin downtown and has intersections with SR 745 and SR 257. At SR 257, US 33 splits off and the concurrency ends. After that, there are no more major intersections until SR 161 reaches Worthington, as it meets SR 315 in a diamond interchange, US 23 at an at-grade intersection. After the intersection at US 23, SR 161 enters Columbus. There is an intersection with SR 710 and an interchange with I-71. Three miles in Minerva Park, SR 161 becomes a limited access freeway; the first exit is a partial cloverleaf interchange with service roads. A mile SR 161 re-enters Columbus and meets I-270 again in a modified cloverleaf interchange. There is a SPUI-parclo hybrid interchange at Sunbury Road, an incomplete interchange for Little Turtle Way, a half of a diamond interchange.

The next two interchanges, Hamilton Road and New Albany Road, uses diamond interchanges. SR 161 enters New Albany, has two interchanges with US 62, in Franklin County, Beech Road, in Licking County, it exits New Albany and enters St. Albans Township. In the township, SR 161 has two diamond interchanges with SR 310 and SR 37. SR 161 ends at SR 37. SR 161 is part of the Big Darby Plains scenic byway; the parts of the route that are included in the byway are from Homer Road to Rosedale Road and from Kramer Road to US 33. SR 161 was designated as a connection from Plain City to Dublin, its east end was a junction with SR 21, five miles west of Dublin. It was expanded to include an unnumbered section between Mutual and Plain City, Dublin and Granville. In 1938, a concurrency from five miles west of Dublin to the city itself was changed from SR 31 to US 33. Much in 1969, the five-mile section in Dublin was upgrade to a freeway. Seven years the section between I-71 and Sunbury Road was upgraded to a divided highway.

In 1997, a bypass was created from I-270 to a point two miles east of it. SR 161's route was changed to use the bypass; the project completed in 2000. On June 14, 2004, Ohio Department of Transportation began the Northeast Expressway Transformation, replacing 17 bridges, 18 ramps, 5 miles of highway; the project finished in 2008. The freeway in New Albany was extended to SR 161's eastern terminus. New interchanges and solutions are being designed for interchanges of I-270 and Avery-Muirfield Drive. Study started for the interchanges in 2011, phase one of the project will start in 2014. An unsigned state route named SR 161J existed in Licking County, it consisted of the former section of SR 161. Beginning at a dead end near the SR 161–Beech Road interchange, it traveled east along Worthington Road and ended at Watkins Road, it intersected SR 310, but never met SR 161. The route suffix "J" meant that the road was "awaiting abandonment." The route was abandoned by the state by 2013. U. S. Roads portal Ohio portal Media related to Ohio State Route 161 at Wikimedia Commons