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BYU Receiver Dax Milne Added To Biletnikoff Watch List

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailTALLAHASSEE, Fla.-In news updated Tuesday morning, BYU junior receiver Dax Milne was added to the 2020 Biletnikoff Award Watch List by the Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation.Milne’s teammate, junior receiver Gunner Romney, was added October 14.This award annually honors the college football season’s outstanding FBS receiver.Any player who catches a pass is eligible for this award.Milne, a former Bingham High School star out of South Jordan, Utah, leads the Cougars with 37 receptions for 639 yards (No. 4 nationally) and five touchdowns (tied for No. 10 nationally with NC State senior tight end Cary Angeline, Louisville junior receiver Tutu Atwell, Memphis junior receiver Calvin Austin, Temple junior receiver Jadan Blue, Arkansas State senior receiver Dahu Green, Georgia State sophomore receiver Sam Pinckney, Southern Methodist senior receiver Reggie Roberson Jr. and Clemson senior receiver Amari Rodgers).Only two BYU receivers have exceeded Milne’s 639 yards through the first six games of a season: Eric Drage (748 yards, 1992) and Austin Collie (673 yards, 2008).The award is named in honor of Fred Biletnikoff, a 1964 All-American at Florida State, who amassed 100 receptions for 1,655 yards and 20 touchdowns for the Florida State Seminoles.Biletnikoff was drafted by the AFL’s Oakland Raiders and the NFL’s Detroit Lions in 1965.Opting to play for the Raiders, Biletnikoff hauled in 589 passes for 8,974 yards (15.2 yards per reception) and 76 scores from 1965-1978.Biletnikoff then played for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League in 1980. Biletnikoff posted 38 receptions for 470 yards (12.4 yards per grab) and four scores for an 8-8 Montreal squad that season.Biletnikoff is a 1988 inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame at Canton, Ohio. Tags: BYU Football October 27, 2020 /Sports News – Local BYU Receiver Dax Milne Added To Biletnikoff Watch List Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

HMRC launches flood helpline

first_imgHM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has launched a flood helpline for individuals affected by the recent storms.In a statement, HMRC said the floodline will enable anyone affected to receive “fast, practical help and advice” on tax problems they may be facing as a result of the weather.Additionally, HMRC said they will agree instalment arrangements where taxpayers are unable to pay as a result of floods, agree a “practical approach” when vital records have been lost and suspend debt collection proceedings for those impacted. It will also cancel penalties when the taxpayer has missed statutory deadlines.The helpline is: 0800 904 7900.Opening hours are Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 8.00pm; Saturday and Sunday, 8.00am to 4.00pm, excluding bank holidays.last_img

Handmade Cake Company sees profit growth

first_imgThe Handmade Cake Company, the Berkshire-based foodservice cake business, has reported an increase in operating profit from £1.7m to £2.4m for the year ending 31 March 2015.According to audited accounts submitted to Companies House, the company’s revenue passed £12m and sales grew by 19% since the last financial year, in both the UK and Europe, despite the fall in the value of the euro limiting the extent to which profits could grow.The company was bought by French group Européene des Desserts (EDD) last year, in which independent investment firm Equistone Partners Europe took a majority share a year ago. A statement from The Handmade Cake Company said: “Joining forces with EDD gives us access to a much broader range of products and expertise including high-care desserts and some premium French sweet bakery products.”New premisesThe Handmade Cake Company has since acquired new bakery premises and a second building next to the bakery for a bigger freezer space, loading bays and offices, making more space for its baking. This is to double its production capacity and to increase the range of products it can both make and store, such as expanding its range of gluten-free products.The Handmade Cake Company has been a business for 30 years, since Anne and Andrew Perry joined forces with Diana Maher and her kitchen to bring handmade cakes to caterers and coffee shops across the country.last_img read more

Balloons lift up messages of kindness and encouragement

first_imgThe website, HonorandThank.com, allows notes to be posted all to be seen by more than 12,000 healthcare facilities. You can even personalize notes to specific facilities, giving messages of hope right to local healthcare providers. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — Rosemarie Kleitz knew she needed to take action after learning her sister, a nurse, was caring for COVID-19 patients. “We’re just in awe of what they do, I don’t know how they do it everyday, I couldn’t do it. I don’t know how they keep showing up. I think they need to know that we appreciate that, and they’re something special for doing that,” said Kleitz. “We wanted a place for people to go where they could read messages of love, encouragement, and support for healthcare workers,” said Kleitz. Kleitz says she’ll be rotating different messages of balloons, and will put them at various healthcare providers throughout the area. If you would like to leave a message for a healthcare worker, you can visit the website here. Kleitz owns A Balloon Affair, a business that specializes in inflating balloons. She decided to get creative with her balloons, advertising a website through inflatables. “After having a couple of her patients pass away, she just sobbed for ten minutes that she couldn’t touch them and she couldn’t reassure them,” said Kleitz. last_img read more