There are important costs that policymakers need to consider when they think about the funds that are being directed toward big-time
sports," Lindo said.
In looking for the likely causes, this professor of English and American studies at Indiana University points his finger at big-time
college sports and the special problems they present to undergraduates.
college basketball is corrupt but not Satanic.
And then we go after the big-time
drug lords,' he said.
bosses do not toss away Champions League campaigns by sending out a reserve team against Real Madrid in the Bernabeu.
He's not going to panic and bring in four big-time
free agents just because the Ducks won.
The men who run big-time
bodybuilding love to pretend that it is only for straight people.
This alternately thrills and horrifies his superiors, who on the one hand are delighted when Darias gets big-time
traffickers to launder money through Dean, and on the other are horrified that their top-secret project is controlled by a walk-on with a felony record.
According to Cery Perle, chief executive officer of Newport: "Newport is determined to give small businesses big-time
products that anyone can use.
Grenades, illegal drugs, firearms and ammunitions were recovered from 'simultaneous one-time, big-time
operation' by the Bulacan police from 12 m.
Dad's gonna flip Stop what you're doing and follow our tricks to instantly bust big-time
The Big East has escaped the kind of major recruiting scandals that have plagued big-time
basketball schools like Kentucky and Nevada-Las Vegas.
The suspected right-hand man of a big-time
drug pusher managed to escape his jail escorts while on his way to attend a court hearing in this city on Tuesday morning.
I've said this before, and I'll say it again, Larry is just one of those big-time
players who makes big-time
plays in big-time
situations,'' Taft coach Derrick Taylor said.
That's right--every jammin', big-time
phrase you read in this piece, homegirl, is now official.