first_img Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Chairman Conaway Vows to Defend Successful Crop Insurance System SHARE SHARE By Hoosier Ag Today – Feb 5, 2018 Home Indiana Agriculture News Chairman Conaway Vows to Defend Successful Crop Insurance System The House Agriculture Committee is diligently working on a new Farm Bill, which Committee Chairman Mike Conaway (R-TX) hopes will receive a vote in the House of Representatives before the end of March. Conaway, who addressed the crop insurance industry’s annual convention today, said that would leave plenty of time to work out differences with the Senate version of the bill and ensure new legislation is finalized before the Farm Bill expires at the end of September. “We will have difficult decisions to make,” he said, noting that there is “no reason to put it off just because [the debate] will be hard.”Conaway said the bill leaving his committee will include a strong crop insurance component, and he will work to fight off attempts to weaken crop insurance. “Our mantra is ‘don’t screw up crop insurance,’” he explained.Conaway’s support was music to the ears of crop insurers, who believe their track record under the current Farm Bill is noteworthy.  Tom Zacharias, president of National Crop Insurance Services, outlined these successes during his opening remarks at the meeting. “Farmers have spent nearly $15 billion in premiums since 2014,” Zacharias said.  “They’ve also shouldered more than $30 billion in deductibles.”Because farmers help pay into the system, taxpayers aren’t left footing the whole bill after a disaster strikes.  That helps explain why crop insurance costs are below budget. Congressional Budget Office projections for crop insurance are down nearly $10 billion since the 2014 Farm Bill was enacted. Zacharias said the industry has also invested heavily in improving efficiency and stamping out waste under the current Farm Bill.Source: National Crop Insurance Services Press Release Previous articleFarmers National Company Reports Increase in Land Listings, PriceNext articleIndiana Agriculture Nutrient Alliance Hires Executive Director Hoosier Ag Todaylast_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Freshman Leah Levert wants to puncture the court.“I don’t care if no one’s ever done it before, I’m going to do it. Sorry,” she said.The middle blocker’s goal for the season is simple: crush the ball.In her first collegiate season, Levert is already making a difference for Syracuse (7-9, 0-4 Atlantic Coast), starting 13 matches and recording 67 blocks, good for sixth in the ACC. Despite her youth, Levert’s personality makes her a leader on and off the court. She keeps her teammates laughing and confident while she strives to improve her swing blocking, footwork and timing.Energy is often one of the first words used to describe Levert, and she considers her constant effort her best trait on the court. Del Hughes — the head coach of the Atlanta Boom, Levert’s high school club team — said she always gave the most energy on a team that was known for it.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“She came to us and had to learn a lot about footwork and hand positioning in blocking but once she got it down, she led us to be one of the best teams in the country in blocking,” he said.Senior middle blocker Lindsay McCabe told Levert that she sometimes overjumps into the net and out of position. Levert also said she jams her fingers blocking and needs to work on persisting through pain.Even though blocking is Levert’s best skill, she’s focusing on improving, particularly swing blocking — a technique used when a player is late to the play and needs extra momentum to get high enough for the block.“It’s kind of building torque, building momentum to jump higher and get to a block faster,” Levert said of swing blocking.Levert said swing blocking is hard because it’s counter-intuitive. She is trying to pull herself up without anything to physically hold onto. But unlike footwork, she thinks the concept of swing blocking is simple enough.When asked what footwork she is trying to achieve, Levert stood up and ran over to an imaginary court a few feet away. Once she was in position, she found the virtual ball on the other side of the court and shuffled her feet — “right, left-right, up”— to get into position for the block.“Right now, I think she got this, how to block, finally she was able to a lot of the time do it the way she knows,” SU head coach Leonid Yelin said. “In two, three weeks, she’s going to say how in love she is with hitting.”SU setter Alyssa Anderson, a close friend and former Atlanta Boom teammate of Levert’s, called Levert a perfectionist. Levert knows that she can’t get too down on herself if she makes a mistake, but still expects the best from herself.“She critiques herself very well and what I like is that I’ve always been able to help her with that,” Anderson said. “She’ll get down on herself and I’ll just give her a look that say, ‘You’ve got this,’ and she’ll be ready for the next play.”When they played club together, Levert was called “Sexy Beast,” Hughes said, a nickname given to her by Hughes’ daughter to inspire confidence in the then-timid Levert.Now, confidence abounds. Anderson said Levert celebrates the most after a kill, circling the court, the way her teammates want. And Levert genuinely believes that one will break the court some day. If not this season, soon after.Said Levert: “I believe I can be better, to do my best and even if my best isn’t where I should be, that’s alright.“I just keep believing I will get there.” Comments Published on October 7, 2014 at 12:11 amlast_img read more

first_imgHe was a favourite in Uganda, where the WWE was broadcast on most televisions stations in the eighties and nineties.WWE did not give cause of death but Kamala had battled several health issues iand had both of his legs amputated due to diabetes. Share on: WhatsApp Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | World famous professional wrestler James Harris aka Kamala The Ugandan giant, has passed away aged 70, the world governing body WWE has announced.“WWE is saddened to learn that James Harris, known to WWE fans as Kamala, has passed away. WWE extends its condolences to Harris’ family, friends and fans,” the WWE said in statement.Under the frightening face paint of Kamala, the 6-foot-7, 380-pound Harris battled the greatest Superstars in sports-entertainment history, including Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker and Andre the Giant. He portrayed a fearsome and simpleminded Ugandan who wrestled barefoot in war paint and a loincloth, and approached the ring wearing an African mask and carrying a spear and shieldHe terrorized opponents and thrilled audiences in Mid-South, World Class Championship Wrestling, WCW and WWE until 2006.last_img read more

first_imgFacebook1Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Home Instead Senior CareKelly Cavenah from the South Puget Sound area is on a mission to see more families share sit-down Sunday dinners with their senior loved ones. The reason? New research shows that 50 percent of surveyed families living near senior relatives feel they do not share enough meals with older loved ones, losing an important family connection.*“For seniors, it’s not what’s on their plate that matters most at mealtime – it’s who is at the table with them,” said Cavenah, owner of the local Home Instead Senior Care® office. “When seniors share meals with a companion, they have a better mealtime experience – both nutritionally and emotionally.”Almost 75 percent of the people surveyed said they only sit down for a family meal with senior loved ones for special occasions, events or holidays. They say a big part of the problem is time – both not having enough of it and conflicting schedules.To encourage families to make time for these meals, the Home Instead Senior Care Foundation® will donate $1 to Meals on Wheels America (up to $20,000 total through July 31, 2015) for each person that commits to regularly scheduling family dinners at Pledging to have a sit-down dinner with loved ones will help to ensure other seniors will have a quality meal, friendly visit and safety check through Meals on Wheels programs across the country.“We hope families will make the pledge to either revive or begin new mealtime traditions with their senior loved ones,” Cavenah said. “This small commitment can have a big impact on a senior’s well-being.”To help families across the country host their own Sunday dinner, Home Instead Senior Care has partnered with celebrity chef and mother of four Melissa d’Arabian to develop easy, nutritious recipes. Additional resources include tips for how to involve seniors in meal planning and preparation, pre- and post-dinner activities and meal plans for healthy, inexpensive meals that all generations can enjoy.For these free resources and more information on how you can bring back the Sunday dinner and reconnect with your senior loved ones, visit or call Home Instead Senior Care at 360-570-0049.* Home Instead, Inc. completed surveys with a random sample of 1,000 households in U.S. and Canada between February 10 and 15, 2015. Participants were 50 percent male and 50 percent female, with 900 households in U.S. and 100 in Canada.About Home Instead Senior Care®Founded in 1994 in Omaha, Nebraska, by Lori and Paul Hogan, the Home Instead Senior Care® network provides personalized care, support and education to help enhance the lives of aging adults and their families. Today, this network is the world’s leading provider of in-home care services for seniors, with more than 1,000 independently owned and operated franchises that are estimated to annually provide more than 50 million hours of care throughout the United States and 15 other countries. Local Home Instead Senior Care offices employ approximately 65,000 CAREGivers? worldwide who provide basic support services that enable seniors to live safely and comfortably in their own homes for as long as possible. The Home Instead Senior Care network strives to partner with each client and his or her family members to help meet that individual’s needs. Services span the care continuum – from providing companionship and personal care to specialized Alzheimer’s care and hospice support. Also available are family caregiver education and support resources. At Home Instead Senior Care, it’s relationship before task, while striving to provide superior quality service.About Meals on Wheels AmericaMeals on Wheels America is the oldest and largest national organization supporting the more than 5,000 community-based senior nutrition programs across the country that are dedicated to addressing senior hunger and isolation. This network exists in virtually every community in America and, along with more than two million volunteers, delivers the nutritious meals, friendly visits and safety checks that enable America’s seniors to live nourished lives with independence and dignity. By providing funding, leadership, education and advocacy support, Meals on Wheels America empowers its local member programs to strengthen their communities, one senior at a time.About Melissa d’ArabianFood Network star, best-selling author, writer and mom of four Melissa d’Arabian is an expert on affordable and healthy family home cooking. Well known for her “Ten Dollar Dinners” show and best-selling cookbook, she also hosts Food Network web series “The Picky Eaters Project” and serves as a lead judge on “Guy’s Grocery Games.” Her new “Supermarket Healthy” cookbook is available now. read more

first_imgImage Courtesy: Outlook IndiaAdvertisement 2doa5axNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsc1g0tWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E6dk6w( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) hqsz5iWould you ever consider trying this?😱e77Can your students do this? 🌚123hlzRoller skating! Powered by Firework Team India recorded their eleventh consecutive series victory at home after attaining an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. Virat Kohli was adjudged as the man of the match for his first-innings heroics. Advertisement Image Courtesy: Outlook IndiaIndian skipper Virat Kohli opted to enforce the follow-on after having dismissed the visitors for 325 runs below their first innings total. In dire need of a positive start, South Africa got off to an inauspicious start after Aiden Markram got out on a pair as Ishant Sharma trapped him front with a booming inswinger in the second ball itself.It was the same old Proteas story as the day progressed with wickets falling at regular intervals. Wriddhiman Saha’s return test was capped with a couple of stunning catches which signaled the end of the top order.Advertisement Tailenders were the ones who provided resistance once again as the duo of Keshav Maharaj and Vernon Philander played out a total of 137 deliveries. Umesh Yadav was once again the pick of the Indian bowlers with his three-wicket return.The Indian bowlers wrapped up the proceedings soon after tea to register a mammoth victory by an innings and 137 runs. This continues India’s unbeaten run in the ongoing World Test Championship and also reclaiming the Freedom trophy.Advertisement Read Also:Sunil Gavaskar reacts to fan breaching security and making a beeline for Rohit Sharma!Ind vs SA 2nd Test Day 3 Review: India clean up the visitors with massive lead in hand   Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgKent Desormeaux831711920%45%$1,126,318 Bob Baffert3274522%50%$683,716 Joseph Talamo7675149%34%$282,988 John Sadler3267819%66%$406,574 DREFONG BREEZES ON A ‘BEAUTIFUL’ MAIN TRACK Philip D’Amato42115726%55%$670,520 (Current Through Thursday, Feb. 9) Rafael Bejarano9316151717%52%$922,923 WHAT A VIEW BACK IN TWO WEEKS FOR ARCADIAWhat a View will be running uncharacteristically sooner than normal when he starts in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Arcadia Stakes for four-year-olds and up at a mile on turf.The speedy California-bred son of Vronsky was a game second in the California Cup Turf Championship on Jan. 28, but will be returning in two weeks Saturday.“It’s quicker than usual, because we like to give him 30 days or more, but I’ve only tried it once or twice,” said trainer Kenny Black. “This time it’s a different situation. Before the Cal Cup he hadn’t run for 60 days since the Seabiscuit (Nov. 26), so it was either run Saturday or work him five or six times before the Kilroe, which is our next major target.“I’d rather run him on the grass for $200,000 than work him on the dirt for free.”The Grade I, $400,000 Frank E. Kilroe Mile on turf will be run March 11.The Arcadia, race five of nine: Bolo, Mike Smith, 5-1; Ring Weekend, Rafael Bejarano, 6-5; What a View, Tyler Baze, 4-1; Ohio, T.J. Pereira, 15-1; and Conquest Enforcer, Flavien Prat, 8-5. FAMILY MAN GUTIERREZ ACHIEVES 1,000TH VICTORY Richard Baltas7014131020%53%$712,020 ILIAD DEBUTS FOR O’NEILL SUNDAY IN SAN VICENTE Victor Espinoza3167519%58%$458,462 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Santiago Gonzalez6679611%33%$340,271 Tyler Baze12021251018%47%$1,049,212 ILIAD DEBUTS FOR O’NEILL IN SAN VICENTEIliad makes his first start under the direction of trainer Doug O’Neill in Sunday’s Grade II, $200,000 San Vicente Stakes for three-year-olds at seven furlongs. The bay ridgling owned by Kaleem Shah formerly was trained by Bob Baffert.“He’s training really well and we’re looking forward to getting him started,” O’Neill said. Iliad will be making his first start since last Dec. 18, when he broke his maiden going six furlongs at Los Alamitos, winning by 3 ½ lengths.The San Vicente: Law Abiding Citizen, Jamie Theriot, 6-1; Aquamarine, Stewart Elliott, 3-1; Blabimir, Mario Gutierrez, 8-1; Battle of Midway, Mike Smith, 7-5; and Iliad, Rafael Bejarano, 9-5. TrainerMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Flavien Prat11429132025%54%$1,857,613 FINISH LINES: Breeders’ Cup Sprint winner and Eclipse champion Drefong worked five furlongs in a bullet 58.60 under Mike Smith on Santa Anita’s fast main track Friday for the Golden Shaheen on March 25. Drefong went in company with Pretty N Cool who was timed in 59 flat. “He worked nice,” trainer Bob Baffert said of Drefong. “The track is just beautiful today.” Another Eclipse champion, 2015 three-year-old filly winner Stellar Wind, worked four furlongs in 48.60 under exercise rider Jose Contreras. Trainer John Sadler moved the breeze up a day in advance of impending rain. Sham Stakes winner Gormley, with designs on the San Felipe Stakes March 11, worked five furlongs for John Shirreffs in 1:02.40 under regular rider Victor Espinoza. Workmate Shazara was timed in 1:03 . . . In all, there were 289 recorded workouts Friday, including 24 on the training track . . . Baffert reports Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Arrogate doing well but offered no race for his next start. “We call him Big Blue,” Baffert said. “He’s been tough. He looks pretty good.” Baffert was thrilled when he received a call this morning from Madeline Auerbach advising him that a full brother to Triple Crown winner American Pharaoh was born early this morning at Summer Wind Farm in Georgetown, Ky. “He’s got the same head as American Pharoah,” Baffert said. “He’s gorgeous.” . . . With two victories Thursday (Wealthy Shipman, $10 in the second race) and Salsita ($5 in the fifth), Richard Baltas gained a tie for the training lead with Peter Miller. Each has 14 wins, one more than Jerry Hollendorfer in a heated battle that has Phil D ‘Amato on their heels with 11 . . . Belated congratulations to Barry Abrams on the birth of twin daughters, Rose and Stella, to his daughter, Anna Marie, who is married to trainer Tim Yakteen‘s assistant, John Applegate. Luis Contreras67881812%51%$388,639center_img LADY TAPIT EYES FIRST STAKES WIN IN SANTA MARIA            Lady Tapit closed four wide to finish half a length behind front-running winner Perfect Pic on a muddy track Jan. 13, her first start in seven months.Trainer Peter Eurton is hopeful the five-year-old Tapit mare owned by C R K Stable can progress enough to capture her first added money race Saturday in the Grade II Santa Maria Stakes for older fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles.“It’s hard to say whether she’ll move forward or not,” Eurton said. “Because of how the weather affected her training, I didn’t think she was fit enough to run second last time. I just want to see her run as well on Saturday as she did last out. She’s got to improve though, to be competitive.“Perfect Pic had a great trip. She walked the dog. You would think we would move forward, but it doesn’t always happen that way.”The Santa Maria, race four: Midnight Toast, Jamie Theriot, 12-1; Lady Tapit, Mario Gutierrez, 30-1; Autumn Flower, Flavien Prat, 20-1; Sheer Pleasure, Martin Garcia, 5-1; Show Stealer, Tyler Baze, 6-1; and Vale Dori, Mike Smith, 1-5. Jerry Hollendorfer691391519%54%$1,124,785 Mark Glatt4186520%46%$296,750 Mike Smith2883629%61%$856,165 Mario Gutierrez61612910%44%$587,856 Stewart Elliott801091413%41%$430,728 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won J. Keith Desormeaux2772526%52%$430,400 GUTIERREZ ACHIEVES CAREER MILESTONE It was only an event for cellar-dwelling maidens, but for Mario Gutierrez, winning Thursday’s eighth race aboard Hot Paris Night was almost like winning the Kentucky Derby, which he has done twice.The 30-year-old Gutierrez piloted Hot Paris Night to a neck triumph, giving the native of Mexico his 1,000th career victory. A mainstay with the Doug O’Neill barn after winning the 2012 Run for the Roses on I’ll Have Another and again last year aboard Nyquist, Gutierrez was given a leg up on Hot Paris Night by Jerry Hollendorfer assistant Dan Ward.“It can weigh on you until you finally achieve that milestone,” said Mario’s agent, Tom Knust. “Not only is he a very good rider, but I think getting married to Rebecca and then her having a baby helped him.“He’s very grounded and motivated to provide for his family. He’s out working every day as hard as he can. Combined with his talent and work ethic, you can’t ask for anything more.” Peter Miller551413625%60%$859,497 Norberto Arroyo, Jr.6495414%28%$458,830 Tiago Pereira5585515%33%$210,330 Doug O’Neill798191210%49%$762,708 William Spawr1670244%56%$181,551 Martin Pedroza617101111%46%$298,693 Corey Nakatani3963315%31%$331,836 QUICK TURNAROUND FOR WHAT A VIEW IN ARCADIA LADY TAPIT COULD RUN BETTER, FOR PETE’S SAKE Peter Eurton2973224%41%$363,754last_img read more

first_imgWESTERN BUREAU:WITH the prospect of re-signing homegrown striker Craig Foster waning, Roshane Sharpe chose a fine time to remind the Reno coaching staff and faithful of his abilities when he scored an 80th-minute equaliser to save FC Reno another heartbreaking loss to Boys’ Town on Sunday.Lennox Cargill had given the travelling Boys’ Town a 17th-minute lead, but with the clock running down, Sharpe scored his fourth goal this season to force a crucial result, as Reno were facing a third loss in five matches.”This is still very much a work in progress,” admitted Graham. “Yes, we recognise that we need to fix some things. It’s not that the team is not playing according to how we want them. Against Boys’ Town, we played very well, but again failed to score the necessary goals to win the match.”He added: “I think we are going to get there shortly, because if we don’t have a ready-made centre forward, we have to make one, and that is why a player such as Roshane Sharpe is very important. I was happy to see him finally score again yesterday (Sunday).”SEASONALSTRUGGLEReno’s struggles appear to be seasonal, and yet again, the lack of inspiration, particularly up front, has returned to hurt them. It appears it will not get any better – at least in the short term – as it doesn’t appear they will secure the signature of Foster, the league’s top scorer last season.Foster left the club in the off-season for the United Soccer League’s Harrisburg City Islanders, and after a promising start to their season, in which he netted five goals in three matches – including a hat-trick – the centre forward was sidelined with a leg injury.A return to his boyhood club was seen as a light at the end of the tunnel for the management of FC Reno, who are mired in ninth place in the League table with 24 points, five more than the respective 11th- and 12th-placed Tivoli Gardens and Rivoli United, both of which currently occupy the relegation places.”We heard from a good source that Craig Foster may not, after all, rejoin the club as he is due to leave the country shortly,” Graham said.”We were hoping to pin him down in a new deal, but I cannot say what has really happened, except that that may not be happening as we had planned.”last_img read more

first_imgKCCA FC are winless in their last three games in all competitions. (PHOTOS/File)Uganda Premier LeagueKCCA FC vs Bright StarsStarTimes Stadium, LugogoSaturday, 05-10-2019 @3pmKCCA FC will be desperate to return to winning ways when they host Bright Stars in the Uganda Premier League (UPL) on Saturday afternoon.After falling short in their quest for CAF Champions League football last weekend, the Kasasiros marked their UPL return with a disappointing loss to Tooro United.It was a hard one to take as they missed two penalties in the first half with both Mike Mutyaba and Allan Okello seeing their effort saved by Mehdi Kibirige.The Kasasiros could also not capitalize on their one man advantage as Tooro United’s captain Mike Kawooya was sent off for handling a goal bound effort.The result left KCCA FC 10th on the standings with six points from their first three games of the season.Earlier, they had defeated both Wakiso Giants FC and Busoga United, with both games ending 1-0.Despite the loss in Tooro, KCCA FC head coach Mike Mutebi is not worried as his side is performing ‘well’.“It was such a disappointing loss away to Tooro but ut is not something to worry about as the boys played well, said Mutebi ahead of Saturday’s game.“It was one of those games that a team is not meant to win no matter what.“We have a chance to re-write the wrongs against Bright Stars and i have no doubt my players will get the job done.“They (Bright Stars) are a good footballing team and i expected a good encounter.KCCA FC are expect to welcome back the duo of Steven Sserwadda and Anaku Sadat who were not part of the match-day squad on Wednesday due to fatigue. Mustafa Kizza and Muzamiru Mutyaba also missed the last game due to slight injuries and are both expected to return on Saturday. Jurua Hassan, Julius Poloto and Sadam Juma are still out with ling term injuries.For Bright Stars, they are currently the only side yet to win a game this season.Bright Stars are the only side yet to win a game this season.After six games, Muhammad Kiseka’s side have drawn three and lost as many.They are currently occupying 14th spot ahead of Police FC and Proline.However, the other two were docked three and six points respectively, highlighting how poor Bright Stars have been since the season started.Kiseka is already under pressure for results anf if things don’t change soon, he may become the first managerial casualty of the season.Match FactsThis will be the 13th meeting between the two sides since September 2013.In the previous 12 meetings, Bright Stars have not defeated KCCA FC with the Kasasiros winning 9 of those meetings and drawing the other 3.Last season, KCCA FC did a double over Bright Stars including a 2-0 victory in the reverse fixture.KCCA come into the game having lost only one of their last six games in all competitions (W3 D2).In the League, Mutebi’s side have lost only one of their last 12 encounters (W8 D3).At home, Mutebi’s side are usually strong and head into Saturday’s game having lost only one of their last 34 encounters (W27 D6).For Bright Stars, they are currently on a six game winless streak having lost three and drawn as many.Away from home, they have not won any of their last four games (D1 L3).The other games on Saturday-Busoga United vs SC Villa @1pm-Vipers SC vs Proline FC @4pm-URA FC vs BUL FC @4pm-Maroons FC vs Onduparaka FC @4pm-Tooro United FC vs Kyetume FC @4pm-Wakiso Giants vs Mbarara City FC @4pmComments Tags: bright starsKCCA FCMehdi KisekaMike MutebiTooro unitedtopUganda Premier Leaguelast_img read more

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Benitez now free to walk out of Newcastleby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveRafa Benitez could walk out of Newcastle United today.The Mirror says the only thing keeping manager Benitez from walking out before now has been the £6million he would have had to pay to his sportswear tycoon boss for breaking his contract.But that clause has now expired, and Benitez can quit St James’ Park for nothing.However, he recognises any movement in the manager’s chair could end in relegation disaster.Even though he is putting his managerial head on the block by staying put, he doesn’t want to turn his back on the Geordie fans. last_img read more

first_imgLOS ANGELES, CA – OCTOBER 19: Katy Perry attends the Los Angeles opening night performance of ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ at Ahmanson Theatre on October 19, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rachel Luna/Getty Images)Last year, pop superstar Katy Perry joined ESPN’s College GameDay and, among other things, joked that LSU fans smell like corndogs. Saturday, she doubled down on trolling the Tigers and their fans.Perry apparently found the time to record an intro for Ole Miss today as they took on LSU in Oxford. Perry got the “Hotty Toddy” chant started and then chowed down on a corndog. Here’s video – it’s amazing.Katy Perry pumping up Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. #OleMiss vs #LSU— Scott Satchfield (@Satchfield) November 21, [email protected] is the greatest!! @OleMissFB— OleMissPix (@OleMissPix) November 21, 2015Katy Perry and Ole Miss – apparently a match made in heaven.last_img read more