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Kentucky Officials File Motion for Federal Judge to Dismiss Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter Lawsuit

We already know Creationist Ken Ham's Ark Encounter, better known as the Noah's Ark theme park, is in trouble.In December, they were ruled ineligible to receive a tax incentive worth up to $18,000,000 that could put their entire project in jeopardy. Show More Summary

Judge Rules Triple Killer Intellectually Disabled, Not Eligible For Death Penalty

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A man convicted of the 2002 slayings of a Pennsylvania couple and their pregnant 17-year-old daughter has an intellectual disability that makes him ineligible for the death penalty, a judge said Wednesday in throwing out the sentence. Mark Duane Edwards is ineligible for the death penalty under Pennsylvania law and a U.S. Show More Summary

NFL Changes Ineligible Receiver Rule, And Ravens Still Bitter About It

During last year’s AFC Divisional Round match-up between the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens, the Pats resorted to all sorts of crazy offensive formations that confused the Ravens and helped them earn a 35-31 victory.  Should they run into John Harbaugh‘s club again next season, New England is going to have to find another […]

Rule change on ineligible receivers helps the Colts

PHOENIX -- The challenge to beat the New England Patriots might have just gotten a little easier for the Indianapolis Colts, who have lost four straight to them in the Andrew Luck era. I know that’s wishful thinking, but NFL teams did...Show More Summary

Ravens tweet ineligible substitution rules change, misspell 'ineligible'

On Wednesday, NFL owners banned ineligible substitution rule used by the Patriots in the playoffs, much to the delight of the person running the Ravens' Twitter feed.

The NFL banned the genius formation the Patriots fooled the NFL with in the playoffs

The NFL is passing a rule banning the genius formation the New England Patriots devised in the NFL playoffs, according to Dan Hanzus of NFL.com. Under NFL rules, an offense has to have five players on the field who are ineligible to catch a pass. Show More Summary

NFL bans Patriots’ ineligible receiver ploy

The trick play the Patriots used against the Ravens in the playoffs will no longer be legal under an NFL rule adopted today. The league has made it illegal for an offensive player with an eligible receiver’s jersey number (1-49 and 80-89) to report as an ineligible player and line up outside the tackle box.…

The Ravens are still pissed about the Patriots' trick plays

NFL owners have passed the rule proposal banning the use of ineligible receivers like the Patriots did in the AFC divisional playoffs. — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 25, 2015 Thomas Edison said that invention was 10 percent inspiration and 90 percent perspiration. Show More Summary

Ravens should be pleased by passing of ineligible receiver rule

PHOENIX -- Whether you want to call it the Ravens rule or the Patriots rule, no team will be able to employ the same tactic that the New England Patriots used in their divisional playoff win over the Baltimore Ravens two months ago. The...Show More Summary

Ravens' bitter tweet about Patriots-inspired rule change that led to playoff loss

The ineligible receiver rule is no more, thanks to New England’s use of it in playoff win.

NFL passes Ravens' ineligible receiver proposal among new rule changes

The Baltimore Ravens ultimately got their wish, and the rules regarding ineligible receivers has been tweaked. The NFL announced multiple rule changes at the conclusion of the annual owners meetings in Arizona on Wednesday, on top of the safety-oriented rule changes that were announced Tuesday. Show More Summary

NFL Owners Pass Rule Proposal Banning Use of Ineligible Receivers

At the annual owners meetings in Arizona, the 32 NFL owners have passed a rule banning the use of ineligible receivers. The news, which was tweeted out by the Baltimore Ravens' official feed, came to the forefront in the AFC Divisional...Show More Summary

Ravens Mad

last weekSports : Deadspin

NFL owners have passed the rule proposal banning the use of ineligible receivers like the Patriots did in the AFC divisional playoffs. — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 25, 2015 Read more...

John Harbaugh still fighting Patriots' playoff trick play

Surprise! The Ravens head coach was lobbying to change the rules about eligible and ineligible receivers at the league meetings this week. PHOENIX -- John Harbaugh is tired of the "circus act." A dozen clowns stuffed into a tiny car? Bear riding a tricycle? The flying trapeze? Nope. Show More Summary

‘Orange Is the New Black’ Ruled Ineligible for Comedy Emmy, Will Compete as a Drama

Orange Is the New Black has been ruled ineligible for the Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy. It will instead compete as a drama. Is this a fair call or not? The post ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Ruled Ineligible for Comedy Emmy, Will Compete as a Drama appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.

EMMYS: ‘Orange Is the New Black’ To Run As Drama, Ruled Ineligible For Comedy Race

While a TV Academy panel allowed hourlong dramedies Glee, Jane the Virgin and Shameless to compete as comedies in the Primetime Emmy race, it has turned down Netflix’s petition for Orange Is the New Black to also be considered a comedy. “ATAS...Show More Summary

Competition Committee proposes rule change regarding ineligible receivers

During the AFC playoffs, the Patriots found success when they used formations featuring normally eligible receivers reporting as ineligible and normally ineligible players doing the opposite. Ravens coach John Harbaugh wasn’t thrilled with New England’s use of what he called a “substitution type of a trick type of a thing” and said that he thought the league…

“Controversial Iowa voter rules will not take effect”

Des Moines Register: Rules enacted by former Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz to identify and disqualify ineligible voters will not take effect, following the resolution of a long-running lawsuit on Friday. The Secretary of State’s Office — now held … Continue reading ?

Baylor Player’s Tangled Case Poses Test for N.C.A.A.’s Eligibility Rules

There remain more questions than answers about a Baylor football player being declared ineligible, and about the procedure by which college students are barred from playing sports.

NCAA Makes Right Call in Not Changing Ineligible Receiver Downfield Rule

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel announced Friday that it will not change a rule dictating how far ineligible offensive linemen can block downfield on passing plays. For the second straight year, they got it right. The current rule allows pass-blockers to move three yards downfield while unengaged with defenders. Show More Summary

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