Jennie Garth Admits 'Falling Apart' After Divorce
Jennie Garth Admits 'Falling Apart' After Divorce
After her divorce, Jennie Garth had no choice but to move on - not only for her sake - but that of her three young daughters. She chronicles this in her new book “Deep Thoughts from a Hollywood Blonde.” How did it give her an opportunity to re-invent her life?
shooting has been a big issue for the bearcats particularly lately, but so far not tonight, not with the looks they're getting. Jay: I don't think Memphis can settle for a jump shot here. You've got to get it inside, get to the rim. Dave: Jackson for three. That clanged away ugly. Picked off by Jackson. He's harassed but he banks it in. Jay: Looked like the shot was the last option. I think he left the floor to pass the ball and sought pass couldn't get through along the baseline, decided to shoot it at the last second. Dave: A shot Memphis desperately needed to go down as they were reeling. Kilpatrick fires. Picked off by Joe Jackson. Jackson averaging 14 a game and five assists, and that's what he does so well. Jay: Good transition opportunity. Shot taken by Sean Kilpatrick. An excellent offensive player. Whyou're getting to the rim and getting easy baskets, that's not the shot they needed there. That did a favor for Memphis. Dave: Goodwin has it. Quick bounce for Jackson. Had to adjust and he laidit in. Now a time out by Mick Cronin. He takes a quick one as Memphis bounces back. Now down by eight. Jay: Almost like Cincinnati said at the last time out I'll see your turnovers and bad shots and I'll raise you. Joe Jackson taking it downcourt and getting it inside to Pellom on the transition. This is just a poor pass. Anytime you throw that ball up for grabs, you've got to expect the good defenders get a deflection, knocking it ai. Dave: -- Knocking it away. Dave: At 6:00, it's Michigan hosting conference rival Indiana. At 9:00, one of the greatest rivalries in sports, part two, north carolina-duke, Saturday prime time presented by DirecTV, both games on ESPN and live on watch ESPN. Closer look at Paige against parker. Who do you like for player of the year in the A.C.C.? Might it come down to these two? Who else? Jay: It might come down to them. T.j. Warren of N.C. State leading the conference in scoring, averaging about 23 points a game, his team more in the middle of the standings and that may be the difference but Marcus Paige has had a great A.C.C. Season. I always look at that award as only conference games. Nobody better than Marcus Paige. He's been outstanding. Dave: Enied. Memphis with a 6-0 run they put together in 43 seconds. They attack rubles. The bounce here. Kilpatrick's short jumper. A lot of iron but it won't fall. Lawrence has it blocked. He's fouled on the play. Jermaine Lawrence, talented freshman will be at the line when we come back. An eight-point lead for Cincinnati but Memphis has just recently cut into that. ♪♪ nice ♪♪ ♪♪ my boy Jerrod chose to wear it ♪♪ ♪♪ now he can't help but entice ♪♪ ♪♪ all these ladies, all these women are upon him like lice ♪♪ ♪♪ as a mother, I condemn new body spray from old spice ♪♪ Kind menu in the Applebee's fan zone... From the Kung Fu master. To...the stranger hugger. 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The last few games they've scuffled to score, last two games in particular shooting just 28%. Lawrence at the line. Jermaine Lawrence, 6'9" freshman from Springfield gardens, new York. Shooting with 10:58 to go in the first half. Jay: Terrific athlete. Needs to get a little more meat on his frame and get stronger but he can really get off the floor in a hurry. Dave: Needs to work on his foul shooting, shooting just 38%. Misses two. Jay: Memphis is a team that they've got very good guards. They pass the ball well. Where you really have to watch them is off the dribble. A team that can attack the paint off the dribble. Dave: Memphis has spent the entire season in the top 25. They have four wins over ranked opponents so far and they lost to current number one Florida by just two earlier this season. Pick into the corner. Back up top by -- Joe Jackson on the drive. Nearly gave that away. Jay: Everybody converging on the ball. Dave: Shot-clock violation. Jay: What a terrific exchange by Cincinnati. When the ball moves from side to side, it actually almost looks like a zone with those principles. All five guys are playing the ball. The man is their responsibility but their mission is the ball. Dave: One of the things you hear Mick Cronin preach in practice over and over again to his guys is "Be alert." Reaching out on the defensive end, Kilpatrick got popped in the face by geron Johnson who picked up his first personal. Jay: Johnson is a really good individual defender. Strong. Good guard rebounder. He's got his hands full with Sean Kilpatrick. If you can make Kilpatrick take contested twos, jump shots, keep him off the foul line you've got a chance. He's going to get his points. The question is, how many shots is he going to have to take to get them. Dave: Only bearcat scoring in double figures the last two games. Both losses. They need to find somebody else. So far tonight, that's been Justin Jackson who has eight. He has the ball again. They're going to be on the line. Stepping out of bounds is Lawrence. They turn it over. We bring you a Saturday showcase double header on seems. At noon, Andrew Wiggins and number eight Kansas will battle West Virginia. At 2:00, Deandre Kane and Iowa state. Jay: Oklahoma state has played much better since the return of Marcus