Fsu's Offensive Success Vs. Florida's Offensive Struggles

"These actions have violated the trust of those whom he was elected to represent and fall short of blog url the standards for an elected official; especially a member of the United States Congress," the statements said. "His actions clearly disqualify the pursuit of another term and if he should run for re-election, he would not enjoy our support," Republican leaders in Radel's district wrote. "We feel it is in the best interests of all involved that he resign immediately." On Wednesday, Radel was sentenced to probation in Washington for buying 3.5 grams of cocaine from an undercover agent. He kept his Oct. 29 arrest secret until his court appearance became public. Radel apologized and admitted he had a problem but said he'd stay in office while undergoing treatment in a rehabilitation program. Two Republicans, speaking anonymously to the Herald, said Radel was contacting Republicans to shore up support and discussed politics while he was in rehab -- rather than focusing on getting well. Read more: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2013/11/26/Florida-GOP-leaders-call-on-Rep-Radel-to-resign-immediately-over-coke-bust/UPI-56971385475542/

The states banks increased their loans by a total of $252 million, or just 0.3 percent, during this one the third quarter, according to new data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Thats a http://howellxadq.wordpress.com/2013/11/17/farrah-abraham-to-get-her-own-show-reports/ big step down from their 2.8 percent loan growth in the second quarter. It also trailed the national third quarter loan growth rate of 0.9 percent. Apartment loans were the hottest sector nationally at 3.3 percent growth, followed by auto loans at 3.2 percent. From the perspective of the past 12 months, lending looks much better in Florida. Banks in the state boosted their loans by $7.97 billion, or 9.2 percent, over that period, compared to 3 percent loan growth nationally. Low interest margins celebs have made some banks more cautious in their lending. Read more: http://www.bizjournals.com/southflorida/news/2013/11/26/florida-banks-slow-lending-boost.html

"That industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the country, and in Florida we just want to make sure we get our share," Mayfield, R-Vero Beach, said. "We just want to make sure that we aren't going to get road-blocked." And that means looking at issues including bonding, taxes, distribution, licenses and contractual agreements with distributors, as well as legalization of half-gallon growlers. http://wallinside.com/post-7896400-farrah-abraham-former-publicist-trying-to-lock-down-conrad-murray-exclusive.html Brewers would absolutely like to see some changes in distribution laws. For example, a brewery cannot sell beer wholesale directly to a retailer it has to go through a distributor. "If a guy across the street wants a keg of your beer, is it really rational for (a distributor) to have to pick up the beer, drive it to a facility that's bonded 100 miles away and then bring it back over to move it six feet? It doesn't make a lot of sense," said Josh Aubuchon, executive director of the Florida Brewers Guild. But while brewers say they believe Mayfield's intentions are good, they want to take care of their easiest priority first. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2013/11/26/florida-brewers-push-to-end-ban-on-beer-growlers/

Florida's offensive struggles By Brendan Sonnone | FSU Chopping Block Orlando Sentinel 10:04 a.m. EST, November 26, 2013 2 UF is down to its third-string QB, Skyler Mornhinweg. (November 26, 2013) Florida State is looking to go 12-0 for the first time since winning a national championship in 1999. Florida will finish with its first losing record since 1979. The stark contrast between the programs is seen clearly in the numbers, where FSU is close to putting up record-setting numbers on offense and Florida is towards the bottom of the FBS in most significant offense categories. For example, FSU is second nationally in scoring offense, averaging 55.2 points per game. Read more: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sports/blogs/chopping-block/os-fsu-florida-offense-20131126,0,4486352.post