AUSTIN, TX – NOVEMBER 03: Head coach Dana Holgorsen of the West Virginia Mountaineers celebrates after the game against the Texas Longhorns at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on November 3, 2018 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images)West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen is being mentioned as a serious candidate for the Houston Cougars’ head coaching vacancy.This might be surprising to some, but Holgorsen, 47, might actually be interested in leaving West Virginia.College football insider Bruce Feldman says he wouldn’t be surprised if Houston offers Holgorsen a deal West Virginia doesn’t want to match.“Would not be surprised if Houston tries to give Dana Holgorsen the deal that WVU wouldn’t in terms of years and money. They also know Dana, a former UH OC, loves Houston,” he tweeted.Would not be surprised if Houston tries to give Dana Holgorsen the deal that WVU wouldn’t in terms of years and money. They also know Dana, a former UH OC, loves Houston.— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) December 30, 2018ESPN college football insider Adam Rittenberg thinks it’s a possibility, too.“He loves the city and it’s a better cultural fit for him. There’s been tension at WVU for a while. He just had one of his best teams and only went 8-4. Just feels like right time for a change of scenery,” he tweeted.He loves the city and it’s a better cultural fit for him. There’s been tension at WVU for a while. He just had one of his best teams and only went 8-4. Just feels like right time for a change of scenery. https://t.co/H3Hf2NWItI— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) December 30, 2018Former Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury is also being mentioned as a possible candidate for the Houston job.The Cougars could look to move quickly with this.
While Bas van Druten was a student at the Royal Academy of Arts for a bachelor’s degree in graphic design he realized that he didn’t want to be stuck behind a desk working all day. “So I started experimenting and testing myself for what I did want to do all day,” said Van Druten. “It turned out to be woodworking!”Van Druten had been longboarding for a decade, so he started making his own. “I had some trunks lying around in the three square feet of brick which I called my garden at the time,” said Van Druten. “It was a felled tree from down the street and I figured it would be cool to make an old school cruiser from it. By doing so I unraveled the production of an old school cruiser from very beginning to end.”That’s where the idea for Woody Skateboards started. Van Druten started procuring felled trees from the Netherlands. “I decided I wanted to expand and produce boards not only from trees from Utrecht, which is the most beautiful city in the Netherlands, but also from its bigger brother Amsterdam,” said Van Druten. “Last week I got my first series from Amsterdam wood done! Together with the Amsterdam Forest we decided to make some boards from their trees. They ride real nice and are the most beautiful baord I made so far.”So if you want a skateboard that’s good for the environment and cool, go for a Woody.For more information, visit woodyskateboards.nl. Is Falconer the Coolest Drinks Industry Profession Out There? Slopestyle Mountain Bike Champion Emil Johansson Talks Tricks, Staying Fit, and More Long Hair for Men: Tips for Growing and Maintaining Your Style Editors’ Recommendations How to Put Out a Fire Without Hurting Yourself in the Process A Peek Inside the Joseph Abboud Factory: Italian Fabric, Made in America
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