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Terrell Owens

Terrell Eldorado Owens, popularly known by his initials, T. O. is a former American football wide receiver who played in the National Football League for 16 seasons. A six-time Pro Bowl selection and five-time first-team All-Pro, Owens holds or shares several NFL records, he ranks third in career receiving yards at 15,934 and third in receiving touchdowns at 153. After playing college football and basketball at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Owens was selected in the third round of the 1996 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. Owens was a member of the team for seven seasons until he was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles in 2004 following conflict with the 49ers front office. Two years he signed with the Dallas Cowboys before being released following three seasons with the team. Owens' NFL career subsequently concluded after one season each with the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals, he last played professionally for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League in 2012. While regarded as one of the best players of his era, Owens created a significant amount of controversy during his professional career and attracted attention for his flamboyant touchdown celebrations.

He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018. Owens was born to L. C. Russell and Marilyn Heard in Alabama, he was raised by his mother and grandmother. He enjoyed watching football his favorite player, Jerry Rice. However, Owens’ grandmother forbade him from playing sports until high school. Owens attended Benjamin Russell High School, where he participated in football, baseball and basketball. Owens did not start on his high school football team until his junior year, when one of his teammates missed a game due to illness. Owens is the son of Marilyn Heard. Owens is the father of two sons, by four different mothers. In September 2011, Owens was sued by Melanie Paige Smith III, the mother of his daughter, for failure to pay child support, but the case was settled prior to trial. Owens insisted that the reason for the missed child support payments was due to his wages decreasing in the NFL and Smith was aware of his circumstances. On a May 8, 2012 episode of Dr. Phil, three of the four mothers to his children accused Owens of either coming up short in his monthly child support payments or not paying at all.

Owens said. While enrolled at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Owens played basketball and ran track. Owens played in the 1995 NCAA Basketball Tournament. While playing football in college, Owens wore the # 80 jersey to honor Jerry Rice, he became a starter during his sophomore year. Owens caught 38 passes for 724 yards and eight touchdowns during his sophomore year, 34 passes for 357 yards and three touchdowns during his junior year. Having gained respect in the NCAA, Owens faced double coverage more during his senior year, was limited to 43 receptions for 667 yards and one touchdown. Owens held the single season receptions record at Chattanooga until it was broken in 2007 by Alonzo Nix. In his senior year, he anchored the school's 4 × 100 relay team at the NCAA championship, he participated in the Senior Bowl, a college all-star game played by college seniors, in preparation for the NFL Draft. Because he played his college football at UT-Chattanooga, an FCS school that did not have a winning season during his time there, Owens' visibility to NFL scouts was lessened, he dropped to the third round of the 1996 NFL Draft, where the San Francisco 49ers drafted him 89th overall.

Owens played his first professional game against the New Orleans Saints, where he served as a member of the 49ers' special teams. His first two catches were recorded against the Carolina Panthers on September 22, 1996, for a total of six yards, his first touchdown came on October 20 against the Cincinnati Bengals. After the 49ers' top receiver Jerry Rice suffered a torn ACL early in the 1997 NFL season, Owens took Rice's place in the lineup, beating out former 1st round pick J. J. Stokes for the job, he and quarterback Young helped. In the Wildcard playoff game, the 49ers faced the Green Bay Packers who had beaten them five straight times, three of them playoff games. Owens struggled, dropping a number of passes as a result of being blinded by late-afternoon sun. Despite this, Young kept throwing to Owens and he redeemed himself by catching the game-winning touchdown for a 30–27 comeback victory. In 1999, Owens had 60 catches for four touchdowns. Young retired after the 1999 season after he was unable to pass medical tests as a result of a concussion sustained that season, Jeff Garcia was named the 49ers' starting quarterback.

In 2000, the 49ers managed to win only six games. However, Owens had a record-breaking day on December 17, 2000 with 20 catches for 283 yards in a 17-0 49ers win over the Chicago Bears; the record-breaking 20 receptions surpassed a 50-year-old mark held by Tom Fears. Owens finished th

Crichton, Saskatchewan

Crichton is an unincorporated community within the Rural Municipality of Wise Creek No. 77, Canada. It is located between Admiral and Cadillac on the historic Red Coat Trail known as highway 13, like so many towns along the Red Coat Trail, Crichton has become a ghost town with only one family remaining and many empty buildings scattered throughout the town site. On July 25 to 29, 1913 a survey began by a man named David Townsend from Calgary, Alberta plotting out the new community. Residents of the community decided that the name of their community should be named after "Crichton" a Scottish poet and scholar, James Crichton born in Perthshire in 1560. During its day as an incorporated settlement, Crichton had three grain elevators all have been torn down, a school, moved to a nearby bible camp, a café and pool hall, a garage that still stand on main street, boarding house, a blacksmith shop, post office, livery barn, water tower torn down in the 1960s, a large warehouse attached to the general store.

There was a golf course and tennis courts built for the community, as well as a baseball diamond near the school site. Today Crichton has one resident, a few scattered buildings sitting abandoned. List of communities in Saskatchewan List of ghost towns in Canada Ghost towns in Saskatchewan Crichton Saskatchewan Ghost towns by Johnnie Bachusky Ghost Towns Canada Saskatchewan City & Town Maps Saskatchewan Gen Web - One Room School Project Post Offices and Postmasters - ArchiviaNet - Library and Archives Canada Saskatchewan Gen Web Region Online Historical Map Digitization Project GeoNames Query Saskatchewan Cemetery Records

Ybbs

Ybbs is a river in Lower Austria. Its source is located on the Zellerrain Pass near Mariazell. In the beginning, the river is called Weiße Ois onwards from the border between Lower Austria and Styria up to Lunz am See it is called Ois. From there until its confluence to the Danube at Ybbs an der Donau, it is called Ybbs; the Ybbs has a meandering course and flows for around 134 km from the South in a northward direction. Along the river there are many lumber industry plants; the most important towns on the Ybbs are Lunz am See, Göstling an der Ybbs, Hollenstein an der Ybbs, Ybbsitz, Waidhofen an der Ybbs and Ybbs an der Donau