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So You Are Saved …. Now What?

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One of the things that we ought not to ever forget as believers is that God has called us to be witnesses to His name as well as carriers of His glory. God has not brought salvation to us through Jesus Christ simply to get us to heaven. The apostle Paul in the book of Philippians speaks of WORKING OUT your salvation. It is not Paul’s suggestion that you are not fully saved when you confess Jesus Christ as Savior. Neither is he suggesting that there is an element of work that allows us to earn portions of salvation.

No…when you confess Jesus Christ as your Savior the gift of salvation is imparted unto you and you are saved right then and forever.

What Paul means is that the application and expression of your salvation should be seen in your growth and development…that you should be striving on a daily basis to grow in the knowledge of your salvation and the more you grow in it the more you show of it. A part of the showing of your salvation is the sharing of it with others. You and I are called to share the glorious good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ and to share all that Jesus does and can do for you once you accept Him as your Savior. You can share it through your words and you can share Jesus through your deeds. How you act and what you say become a witness of something every time you say something and in all that you do.

My question to you today is what are your words and actions being a witness to and a witness for?

GRACE AND PEACE,
Bishop Rudolph McKissick, Jr.

© Copyright 2013 Rudolph W. McKissick Jr. 
215 Bethel Baptist St. Jacksonville, FL 32202
Phone: 904-353-8686 | Fax: 904-353-9993

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Write The Vision

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Winning In Life Daily Devotion
January 22, 2013

Jesus loves you! Enjoy today’s Winning Word

“And the Lord answered me, and said, write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it” Habakkuk 2:2 (KJV)

When God shares with us the vision and plan he has for our lives we ought not to be careless and irresponsible by not documenting and writing down what He said. We must be diligent stewards over what God has placed in our care.

So let’s live structured and disciplined lives and write the vision down and make it plain, at the very moment God reveals it to us. It is only then that we will be able to successfully run with it.

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January Jackpot @ Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens

It’s the January Jackpot!  In the month of January, 2013, come to the Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays and take advantage of special money-saving deals!

  • $2 Tuesdays – Pay only $2 for general Zoo admission when you bring in the $2 coupon printed from below.
    Valid January 8, 15, 22, 29.
  • WACKY Wednesdays – Spin our prize wheel for the chance to win 15-67% off general admission, free carousel or train rides, free giraffe feedings, free drinks, gift shop discounts, or our Grand Prize: 75% off general admission, free train rides, 25% off any Zoo food outlet, and 25% off at any Zoo gift shop!
    One spin per family. Prize winner will be given a coupon redeemable at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens location specified. Valid January 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.
  • $3 Thursdays – Pay only $3 for general Zoo admission when you bring in the $3 coupon printed from below.
    Valid January 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.
  • $5 Fridays – Pay only $5 general Zoo admission when you bring in the $5 coupon printed from below.
    Valid January 4, 11, 18, 25.

Each coupon is valid only on the dates indicated for up to two adults and all the children in a family. The discount cannot be combined with any other discount or offer, including Zoo Value Tickets, and can only be used once per transaction. 

For more info visit http://www.jacksonvillezoo.org

The Greater Jacksonville Fair

The fair is incomparable to any other event in the area. This isn’t just Jacksonville’s offering to the annual fairs that roll through every county, this is The Greater Jacksonville Agricultural Fair. It’s greater, in that it dwarfs any of the other county fairs in both size and extent. I’m not sure precisely how it compares in size to other fairs, but it is the biggest I’ve ever attended. Of course, that perception is relative too. Because in Hoboken or Minneapolis, an agricultural fair may not be that big of a deal, but in the Deep South, a fair is part of our folk history. In fact this one has been around longer than anyone reading this, I would dare bet.
Of course there are the spectacles that everyone goes there for, the rides that spin and teeter and rise far above the earth. Few things can give you that anxious and excited feeling that rides at the fair provide. People that adore the scariest roller coasters and travel the country to try the rides are still scared of the fair rides, and therein lays precisely their thrill. They are thoroughly inspected and tested on hapless, toothless carnies before you are allowed to get on board, but the knowledge that it is at least slightly more likely for these road-weary portable machines to jeopardize your life than it is a permanent fixture at a theme park provides a portion of that thrill. Real terror. Couple that with Iron Maiden blaring through the speaker and the cryptic look in the eyes of the man controlling your fate with a lever, and you have a perfect autumn scare.
In the midway you can test your skills against the taunting carnies and win your sweetheart a framed velvet portrait of the Guns N’ Roses logo or a 80% likeness Winnie the Pooh doll for your sweetheart, or dare to try one of the many other spectacular spectacles along the walk around the fair. Whether you want to get upside down or just see the county’s finest hog, the Greater Jacksonville Agricultural Fair has plenty to offer for all ages and is a true cultural experience. Read on for details about the shows and the exhibitions (not to mention the food).

General Admission
Admission tickets may be purchased on-line at any time before and during the Fair or at the gate.

Adults $8.00
Children 6-12 $5.00
5 and younger Free
Senior 65 and over $5.00

Ride tickets are available, and different rides require different numbers of tickets, but wristbands for unlimited rides usually cost between $20 and $25 dollars depending on the day. Go to JacksonvilleFair.Com for more details.

2012 Georgia vs. Florida Football Classic

Welcome to Jacksonville!

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing the most current information that residents and out of town visitors will need to enjoy the Georgia/Florida weekend festivities in a safe and secure manner.

To this end, we are coordinating with the City of Jacksonville, the University of Florida, and the University of Georgia to provide the information you need to make the most of the weekend. All event information related to participant safety, road closures, and traffic can be found on this website or theGeorgia/Florida website.

FOLLOW OUR GAME DAY TRAFFIC ALERTS ON TWITTER @JSOPIO #FLvsGA

Assistant Chief of Special Events Leonard Propper discusses 2012 Georgia vs. Florida traffic patterns and public safety tips at a news conference held on Monday, Oct. 22, 2012:

Assistant Chief Leonard Propper discusses Georgia vs. Florida game day traffic patterns, parking and shuttle services with Bruce Hamilton and Staci Spanos, co-hosts of WJXT’s “The Morning Show”. Aired on Wednesday, October 24, 2012

 


Pre-Game Information

For residents who live or work downtown:

  • There will be no parking on the south side of Bay Street from Ocean Street to Liberty Street starting on Friday, Oct. 26 at 6 a.m. throughout Saturday, Oct. 27.
  • Campers will be allowed into the lots at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 24. (For more information click here)
  • Be aware of the extra traffic and delays around EverBank Field and The Jacksonville Landing as guests arrive.

Road Closures

Road Closures from Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012 thru Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012 –

  • Hogan Street from Water Street to the St. Johns River will be closed Thursday, Oct. 25, from 8 a.m. thru 11 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 28.
  • Pearl Street from Water Street to the St. Johns River will be closed Thursday, Oct. 25, from 8 a.m. thru 11 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 28.
  • Sister Cities Plaza from Hogan Street to the cul-de-sac will be closed Thursday, Oct. 25, from 8 a.m. thru 11 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 28.
  • Coastline Drive from the Jacksonville Landing to Newnan Street will be closed Thursday, Oct. 25, from 8 a.m. thru 11 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 28.
Road Closures from Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 thru Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012 –
  • A. Phillip Randolph Blvd. from Duval Street to Adams Street will be closed Friday, Oct. 26, from 8 a.m. thru 2 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 27.
Road Closures from Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 thru Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012 –
  • Independent Drive from Hogan Street east to Laura Street will be closed Friday, Oct. 26 at 4 p.m. thru 11 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 28. Please note: Independent Drive to Laura Street will remain open to southbound traffic going to the Main Street Bridge.
 Traffic Patterns
  • Lane indicators will be working Friday, Oct. 26 at 6 a.m. thru 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 27. During this time there will be two lanes going east and two lanes going west between Liberty Street and Ocean Street.
  • On Saturday, Oct. 27 at 9 a.m. the lane indicators will shift to pre-game pattern this includes three eastbound lanes and one westbound lane from Ocean Street to the sports complex area.
  • Sign boards will be up on major roadways throughout the city with parking information.
  • The Mathews Bridge will be open on Saturday, Oct. 27.

Game Day – Game Starts at 3:30 p.m.

Parking Tips
  • People without pre-paid parking passes need to use general parking. Based on history, we anticipate that general public parking in the sports complex area will fill up five hours prior to kick-off. Private lots near the stadium area go just as fast.
  • There will be no parking on the south side of Bay Street from Ocean Street to Liberty Street starting on Friday, Oct. 26 at 6 a.m. throughout Saturday, Oct. 27.
  • Arrive early. The stadium gates open at 1:30 p.m. After 1:30 p.m. the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office’s focus will shift to pedestrian traffic, vehicle traffic to the stadium should expect delays.
  • Additional Parking Information (as of Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012)
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Game Day Transportation Services
The JTA Shuttle is available from various locations within Jacksonville on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 11:30 a.m. – 1 hour post-game. You may view the schedule atwww.jtafla.com

  • Florida State College of Jacksonville’s downtown campus, 101 W. State St., will have 2,000 free parking spaces available. There will be a shuttle bus offered, which will run for four hours before kick-off and for two hours after the game ends. Please visit www.jtafla.com for shuttle bus pricing.
  • There will be free parking at the Convention Center Parking Lot on Bay Street (located across from the Prime Osborne Convention Center, 1000 Water St.) with round-trip shuttle bus services. Please visit www.jtafla.com for shuttle bus pricing. Just like at Florida State College of Jacksonville’s downtown campus, these shuttles will also run for four hours before kick-off and for two hours after the game ends.
  • Attendees heading downtown for the game can also park at the Kings Avenue Parking Garage and take the Skyway to Central Station. Then walk from Central Station to the Jacksonville Landing and take a bus to the stadium.

The Water Taxi stops at various locations on the riverbank. These locations include: The Jacksonville Landing, Friendship Fountain, The Crowne Plaza, The Wyndam and the Jacksonville Municipal Marina.

The water taxi schedule is as follows:
Thursday, Oct. 25 – 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 26 – 10 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Saturday, Oct. 27 – 9 a.m. – Midnight
Sunday, Oct. 28 – 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Rates: Between $3-$5 per person, one way.
For more information go to www.jaxwatertaxi.com or call (904) 733-7782.

Safety

The safety of all game day participants is the utmost concern of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. To this end, JSO would like to stress the following safety measures.

  • Jacksonville does have an open container law for underage drinkers, and this will be enforced.
  • Stay with your friends, stay in a group.
  • Do not buy tickets in the street. Counterfeit tickets do exist, and people found with counterfeit tickets will be ejected from the game and face possible arrest. (It is legal to buy tickets from a scalper. However, you do so at your own risk.)
  • Above all else, USE COMMON SENSE throughout the weekend

Sideline Safety Zone Information

The intent of the Sideline Safety Zone is to provide a friendly and safe environment to those students seeking assistance.

The Sideline Safety Zone will be clearly marked and will be staffed by volunteers from each university as well as the City of Jacksonville. Services include access to trolleys and taxis, medical attention, water, snacks, phones and general information. The student safety hotline (904) 630-SAFE (7233) will be available during the hours of operation. Visit the Sideline Safety Zone for further information.


 EverBank Field
  • No purses or bags larger than 12 x 12 x 12 inches
  • No cameras with lenses longer than six inches
  • No coolers or containers including cans, cups and bottles
  • No strollers or umbrellas
  • No pets (except special services)
  • No food or beverage from outside the stadium
  • No seat cushions
  • No video or audio recorders
  • No whistles, noise makers, air horns or laser pointers
  • No poles or sticks
  • No knives, guns or any type of weapons or explosives
  • No smoking (except in designated areas)
  • No promotional items or any other items deemed unacceptable by Stadium Management.
  • No Re-Entry

You cannot check items at the gates or in the stadium. Fans will be asked to either take prohibited items back to their car or dispose of prohibited items at the entrance of the stadium. EverBank Field and the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office are NOT responsible for items left behind, lost, stolen or damaged. Possession of prohibited items is grounds for ejection from the stadium. Game tickets will be forfeited. No re-entry allowed.  Click here for complete information on stadium rules and regulations

Whether you are a resident of Jacksonville or an out of town vistor, please enjoy Jacksonville, the Florida/Georgia Football Classic, and all of the exciting venues Jacksonville has to offer.


Social Media

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and the City of Jacksonville’s Special Events Office will tweet traffic updates on Saturday, Oct. 27. Follow JSOPIO and FLvsGa on twitter for more information. #FLvsGA

Jacksonville Sea + Sky Spectacular

Jacksonville, FL Breast Cancer Awareness Month Events

ONGOING

“Pink” Parties, during October, Bellezza Salon, Shoppes at Ponte Vedra, Florida A1A, Ponte Vedra Beach. Includes pink champagne, light hors d’oeuvres, a make-up refresher, dry styling and pink feather or hair extensions. $25, all proceeds to go toward Baptist Beaches Hospital and Mayo Clinic breast cancer research. (904) 280-4247 or bellezzasalonandboutique.com.

Free haircuts and styles to breast cancer survivors, by appointment during October, JC Penney salons. For each free cut and style, $1 will go to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. For locations and appointments, go to jcpenney.com and click on JCP Salon, under store services.

THURSDAY (Oct. 11th)

Pink Ribbon Golf Classic, shotgun start, 8:30 a.m., Ponte Vedra Inn and Club. Includes a light breakfast, the tournament, awards luncheon and gifts. All proceeds to benefit Baptist Beaches Hospitals and Mayo Clinic breast cancer research. $100 a player, $75 cocktail party. (904) 997-3015 or pinkribbonjax.org.

Public Forum on “What Everyone Should Know About Breast Health,” 5:30-9 p.m., Omni Jacksonville Hotel, 245 W. Water St. Includes a panel of experts with the latest information on breast cancer. Reserve by Monday. (904) 244-6069.

FRIDAY (Oct. 12th)

Public Forum on Breast and Prostate Cancer Awareness, 6-8:30 p.m., Scan Design Jacksonville, 8206 Philips Highway, Suite 17. Features a wine and cheese reception, guest presenters pathologist Shahla Masood and urologist Ali Kasraeian and a question/answer period. Free. (904) 244-4387 or 731-7877.

Upbeat Pink: A Musical Tribute to Breast Cancer Survivorship, 7:30 p.m., University of North Florida’s Lazzara Performance Hall. Theme is “A Night on Broadway” featuring the UNF Wind Symphony and UNF Chorale Ensembles with songs from Broadway musicals by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Rodgers & Hammerstein. Free. (904) 953-0707.

Give Cancer the Boot benefit concert, 7:30 p.m., Savannah Civic Center, Liberty and Montgomery streets, Savannah, Ga. Features Chase Rick and Old Southern Moonshine Revival. $15. (912) 651-6556.

SATURDAY (Oct. 13th)

Think Pink in October Motorcycle Ride to benefit breast cancer patients, registration, 8-9:30 a.m.; ride, 9:45 a.m; Adamec Harley-Davidson, 8909 Baymeadows Road. Ride is police-escorted. Helmets recommended. Registration, (904) 493-1931 or thinkpinkinoctober.com.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K, presented by the American Cancer Society, 9 a.m., Best Bet of Orange Park, 455 Park Ave.; Treaty Oak Park, 1123 Prudential Drive. Participants are encouraged to “Put On Your Pink Bra.” (800) 227-2345 or putonyourpinkbra.com.

TUESDAY (Oct. 16th)

Candid Conversations About Breast Cancer, 6-7 p.m., Mary Virginia Terry Cancer Center, 2 Shircliff Way; park free on second floor of DePaul garage. Group meets the third Tuesday of each month. (904) 308-5490.

WEDNESDAY (Oct. 17th)

Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day, 6 p.m., Mary Virginia Terry Cancer Center, St. Vincent’s Medical Center, 2 Shircliff Way. Plastic surgeon Michael Fallucco will provide education and former patients will share their experiences. (904) 262-3372

OCT. 19

“Hope Squared,” as part of San Marco Square Goes Pink for Breast Cancer to benefit the Donna Foundation, Oct. 19-20, San Marco Square. Merchants with pink balloon decorations donate a percentage of their sales. (904) 645-6200 or email ksavage@burdetteketchum.com.

OCT. 20

Susan G. Komen North Florida Race for the Cure, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Metropolitan Park. Includes a 5K and a 2K run/walk. Registration, komennorthflorida.org.

Breast Cancer Survivors Breakfast and Art Show, 8:30-11 a.m., Balis Community Center, 1513 Lasalle St. Includes music, dance, songs and poetry featuring local artists and entertainers. $20, in advance only. (904) 228-5672 or jaacafestival.com.

Victory in Pink, 6-9 p.m., St. Johns Town Center, between Pottery Barn Kids and Ted’s Montana Grill. Includes fashion shows and education, makeovers, face painting, live entertainment for adults and kids, massages and free food samples. Mobile Mammography Unit will be on site 10 a.m.-6 p.m., call for an appointment. (904) 308-5490.

OCT. 23

Breast Cancer Presentation, noon, St. Vincent’s Southside, 4201 Belfort Road, auditorium, A, B and C. Includes a speaker on a multidisciplinary approach to screening and diagnosing breast cancer. Reservations, (904) 308-6155.

 OCT. 31

Breast Cancer Treatment and Recover, noon-1 p.m., Jewish Family and Community Services, 6261 Dupont Station Court E. Speakers are radiologist oncologist Scot Ackerman, therapist Dawn Sweeten and breast cancer survivor Donna Deegan with an interactive discussion. Free, reservations required. (904) 394-5782.

Best Day Trips Outside of Jacksonville, Florida

Remember Janet Jackson’s infamous ‘wardrobe malfunction’ when she performed with Justin Timberlake during the 2005 Super Bowl halftime show? Jacksonville was put on the map when it hosted that year’s Super Bowl. Located on the St. John’s River in northeast Florida, Jacksonville is an interesting city with much to offer. If you are looking for best day trips outside of Jacksonville, here are some destinations, all less than an hour’s drive away.

St Augustine, Florida
Any history buff will be thrilled to visit St Augustine! A forty-five minutes drive from Jacksonville, St Augustine is the oldest European settlement in America. The preservation of the city’s history is impressive, with restored buildings dating back as far as the early 1600s. You can see this fascinating city on a trolley or horse-drawn carriage, or you can take a walking tour. St George Street, the main thoroughfare, is lined with quaint shops, restaurants, museums and historic buildings. A few blocks away is the Castillo de San Marcos, the star-shaped Spanish fort built in the mid-1600s. The oldest masonry fortification in North America, the Castillo has withstood sieges and hurricanes over the years. Re-enactors in period costumes demonstrate the historic weapons by firing the Spanish cannons during special events and on the weekends throughout the year. Check their website for time and schedule. Other attractions include the Lightner Museum, the Fountain of Youth Archaeological ParkFlagler College (formerly Ponce de Leon Hotel) and the Casa Monica Hotel.

Fernandina Beach, Florida
Located on beautiful Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach is less than an hour’s drive northeast of Jacksonville. Like St Augustine, Fernandina Beach has its share of history, which dates back 4,000 years, when the ancient Timucuan Indians lived there. Eight flags have been flown in this town (including those of Spain, France, England, various insurgent groups, the United States and the Confederacy), reflecting its colorful past. A 50-block area of the quaint downtown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. No doubt the white sand beaches are a big draw to this charming town. Another favorite event is the three-day Shrimp Festival, which takes place the first weekend in May.

Cumberland Island, Georgia
If you like nature, camping and hiking, a visit to the Cumberland Island National Seashore in nearby Georgia is a must. The island is accessible only by boat. You can take the ferry from St Marys, Georgia or Fernandina Beach, Florida. As you explore the island, you will find Dungeness, the ruins of the Carnegie home. You can tour Plum Orchard, the 1898 mansion built by Lucy Carnegie for her son. The mansion was donated to the park service in 1971.
A short hike to the seashore will reward you with a magnificent 17-miles of hard-packed sand beaches and dunes. The wildlife you encounter along the way include wild horses, armadillos, turtles and a vast array of birds.

For those looking seeking more action, there is always Daytona Beach and Orlando, but you would be looking at more than an hour’s drive away.

Sources
http://www.nfl.com
http://www.nps.gov
http://www.ameliaisland.com/
http://www.augustine.com/

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Walking For The Cause!

Are You Ready For Some Football?

My family are all die heart sports fans … From High School to College to Pro … We Love Them All but when it comes to football & my family … It becomes more like a match made in heaven … We are a bunch of Game Going, Loud Cheering, All Team Spirit, In Your Face, House Divided type of fans … It’s almost like we live and breathe football …  I’m so proud that it’s that time of year again … So listed below are the  football schedules of our favorite teams …

I also want to give a shout out to my nephew Brandon (bass drummer for Tuskegee University), my nephew Monqueivus (football player for Booker T. Washington High School) and my daughter Tydashia (flute player for Opelika High School). So proud of you guys & Keep up the good work!

P.S. Please feel free to rep your favorite football team in the comment section below.

2012 OPELIKA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

GO DAWGS!

AUG. 23   ~  THURSDAY  ~  JAMBOREE  @ TROY UNIVERSITY vs. ENTERPRISE
AUG. 31   ~  FRIDAY  ~  BENJAMIN RUSSELL  (AWAY)  ~  L 7 – 14
SEPT. 7  ~  FRIDAY  ~  R.E. LEE (HOME)  ~  W 33 – 7
SEPT. 14  ~  FRIDAY  ~  CENTRAL P.C. (HOME)  ~  W 37 – 7
SEPT. 22  ~  SATURDAY  ~  CARVER MONTGOMERY (AWAY)  ~ L 27 -47
SEPT. 28  ~  FRIDAY  ~  VALLEY (HOMECOMING)  ~ W 35 – 0
OCT. 4  ~  THURSDAY  ~  SIDNEY LANIER (AWAY)  ~ W  43 – 12
OCT. 12  ~  FRIDAY  ~  SMITHS STATION (AWAY)  ~ W 21 – 3
OCT. 19  ~  FRIDAY  ~  JEFF DAVIS (HOME)
OCT. 26  ~  FRIDAY  ~  AUBURN (AWAY)
NOV. 1  ~  THURSDAY  ~  HOOVER (AWAY)

2012 Booker T. Washington High School Football Schedule

Go Golden Eagles!

Aug 24 ~ Friday ~ Jefferson Davis (Home)  ~  L 12-13
Aug 31 ~ Friday ~ Tallassee (Away)  ~  L 18 – 59
Sep 07 ~ Friday ~ Eufaula (Away) ~ L 19 – 46
Sep 14 ~ Frday ~ Russell (Home)  ~ L 13 – 41
Sep 21 ~ Friday ~ Carroll (Home)  ~  L 13  20
Sep 28 ~ Friday ~ Bullock County (Away)  ~ W 33 – 12 
Oct 05 ~ Friday ~ Rehobeth (Home)  ~ L 21 – 26
Oct 12 ~ Friday ~ Valley (Away)  ~ L 6 – 40
Oct 19 ~ Friday ~ Marbury (Home)
Oct 26 ~ Friday ~ Russell County (Away)
Nov 02 ~ Friday ~ Lee (Home)

2012 Tuskegee University Football Schedule

Go Golden Tigers!

Sept. 1 ~ ALABAMA A&M ~ Birmingham, AL – Legion Field – 6:00  ~  L 6 – 7

Sept. 8 ~ Johnson C. Smith (Inner-City Classic) ~ Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Stadium – 7:30 ET  ~ W 35 – 17

Sep 15 ~ LANE + ~ Tuskegee, AL – Abbott Stadium – 1:00  ~  W 45 – 17

Sep 22 ~ OPEN

Sep 29 ~ FORT VALLEY STATE + ~ Tuskegee, AL – Abbott Stadium -1:00  ~ W 48 – 14

Oct. 6 ~ Morehouse + (77th Annual Tuskegee-Morehouse Classic) ~ Columbus, GA – McClung Memorial Stadium – 3:00 ET  ~ W 21 – 14

Oct 13 ~ Stillman + ~ Tuscaloosa, AL – Stillman Stadium – 5 :00  ~ W 16 – 0 

Oct. 20 ~ KENTUCKY STATE + (Homecoming) ~ Tuskegee, AL -Abbott Stadium – 1:00

Oct. 27 ~ Clark Atlanta + ~ Atlanta, GA – Panther Stadium – 4:00 ET

Nov. 3 ~ Miles + ~ Birmingham, AL – Sloan-Alumni Stadium – 1:00

Nov. 10 ~ SIAC Championship ~ Atlanta, GA – TBA

Nov. 22 ~ Alabama State (ESPNU- 89th Turkey Day Classic) ~ Montgomery, AL – 3:00

+ SIAC Conference Game

2012 University of Alabama Football Schedule

Roll Tide!

Sept. 1                  ^vs. Michigan                    Arlington, Tex. (Cowboys Stadium)  ~  W 41 – 14

Sept. 8                 Western Kentucky           Bryant-Denny Stadium  ~ W 38 – 0

Sept. 15               *at Arkansas                      TBD  ~ W 52 – 0

Sept. 22               Florida Atlantic                 Bryant-Denny Stadium  ~ W 40 – 7

Sept. 29               *Mississippi                       Bryant-Denny Stadium  ~ W 33 – 14

Oct. 6                   Open Date

Oct. 13                 *at Missouri                       Columbia, Mo.  ~ W 42 – 10

Oct. 20                 *at Tennessee                   Knoxville, Tenn.

Oct. 27                 *Mississippi State            Bryant-Denny Stadium

Nov. 3                  *at LSU                               Baton Rouge, La.

Nov. 10                *Texas A&M                     Bryant-Denny Stadium

Nov. 17                Western Carolina             Bryant-Denny Stadium

Nov. 24                *Auburn                             Bryant-Denny Stadium

*Southeastern Conference (SEC) opponent

^Cowboys Classic

2012 Auburn University Football Schedule

War Eagle!

09/01/12   ~  vs. Clemson   ~  Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome)  ~  L 19 – 26

09/08/12   ~  at Mississippi State *  ~  Starkville, Miss.  ~ L 10 – 28

09/15/12 ~  vs. Louisiana-Monroe  ~  Auburn, Ala.  ~  W 31 – 28

09/22/12  ~  vs. LSU *  ~  Auburn, Ala.  ~  L 10 – 12

10/06/12  ~  vs. Arkansas *  ~  Auburn, Ala.  ~ L 7 – 24

10/13/12  ~  at Ole Miss *  ~  Oxford, Miss.  ~ L 20  41

10/20/12  ~  at Vanderbilt *  ~  Nashville, Tenn.

10/27/12  ~  vs. Texas A&M *  ~  Auburn, Ala.

11/03/12  ~  vs. New Mexico State (Homecoming)  ~  Auburn, Ala.

11/10/12  ~  vs. Georgia *  ~  Auburn, Ala.

11/17/12  ~  vs. Alabama A&M  ~  Auburn, Ala.

11/24/12  ~  at Alabama *  ~  Tuscaloosa, Ala.

*Conference Event

2012 Jacksonville Jaguars Football Schedule

Go Jags!

Preseason: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Atlanta Falcons  ~  W 24 – 14
EverBank Field – Jacksonville, FL
Thursday 8/30/2012 @ 6:30PM

Minnesota Vikings vs.Jacksonville Jaguars  ~ L 23 – 26
Mall of America Field At Hubert H Humphrey Metrodome – Minneapolis, MN
Sunday 9/9/2012 @ 12:00PM

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Houston Texans  ~  L 7 -27
EverBank Field – Jacksonville, FL
Sunday 9/16/2012 @ 1:00PM

Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars  ~ W 22 – 17
Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Sunday 9/23/2012 @ 1:00PM

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cincinnati Bengals  ~ L 10 – 27
EverBank Field – Jacksonville, FL
Sunday 9/30/2012 @ 4:05PM

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Chicago Bears  ~ L 3 – 41
EverBank Field – Jacksonville, FL
Sunday 10/7/2012 @ 4:05PM

Oakland Raiders vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Overstock.com Coliseum – Oakland, CA
Sunday 10/21/2012 @ 1:15PM

Green Bay Packers vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Lambeau Field – Green Bay, WI
Sunday 10/28/2012 @ 12:00PM

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Detroit Lions
EverBank Field – Jacksonville, FL
Sunday 11/4/2012 @ 1:00PM

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts
EverBank Field – Jacksonville, FL
Thursday 11/8/2012 @ 8:20PM

Houston Texans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Reliant Stadium – Houston, TX
Sunday 11/18/2012 @ 12:00PM

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Tennessee Titans
EverBank Field – Jacksonville, FL
Sunday 11/25/2012 @ 1:00PM

Buffalo Bills vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Ralph Wilson Stadium – Orchard Park, NY
Sunday 12/2/2012 @ 1:00PM

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New York Jets
EverBank Field – Jacksonville, FL
Sunday 12/9/2012 @ 1:00PM

Miami Dolphins vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Sun Life Stadium – Miami Gardens, FL
Sunday 12/16/2012 @ 1:00PM

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New England Patriots
EverBank Field – Jacksonville, FL
Sunday 12/23/2012 @ 1:00PM

Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
LP Field – Nashville, TN
Sunday 12/30/2012 @ 12:00PM