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Timeline of Taco Time’s evolution

first_imgTaco Time in the Carrier Dome began in 1995 and this season marks the 20th anniversary of the promotion that’s become a tradition. Check out this timeline of Taco Time’s evolution:1980s — Syracuse legends Sherman Douglas and Derrick Coleman play three seasons as teammates from 1986-89. Burger King had a promotion in the 80s that fans could redeem for free french fries when SU scored over 100 points at home, which occurred 12 times in that span.1995-96 — Before Michael Veley’s first season as marketing director for SU Athletics, he creates a promotion with Taco Bell that when Syracuse scores more than 75 points, fans can redeem a free taco at participating restaurants.2004 — Taco Time is added at women’s basketball games but the benchmark to redeem free tacos is 65 points compared to 75 for men’s. It’s designed to be attainable to drive more fans to Taco Bell.2008 — An online survey asks SU students to rate their favorite promotion at men’s basketball games. Taco Time received more than double the number of votes as any other choice.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAug. 2012 — The Taco Bell in Kimmel Food Court is closed and replaced with Queso’s. Taco Bell no longer has a restaurant on campus but the nearest one to the Carrier Dome is just 5 miles away.Feb. and March 2013 — Nike creates T-shirts that say “We want tacos.” They are discontinued after just two seasons despite successful sales at the SU Bookstore.Nov. 2015 — Number of points in order to reach Taco Time is bumped from 75 to 70 at men’s games. Despite a prior miscommunication by SU Athletics, it remains 65 for women’s games.Nov. 17, 2015 — Men’s basketball team scores over 70 points to reach Taco Time in a win over St. Bonaventure. This is the 320th Taco Time. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 17, 2015 at 11:39 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschwedslast_img read more

Premier League footballers bullied by teammates over gay relationship

first_img‘I’m so glad we’re together’One of the posters is said to feature one of the two players celebrating a goal with his teammate’s name written on his chest, and the words ‘I’m so glad we’re together’ with love hearts.A source said: ‘They are being bullied over malicious rumours. This bullying has caused real bad feeling in the squad.’They furthermore added: ‘The vast majority of the lads are totally supportive, but one African player has properly kicked off and is making it plain he’s against gay relationships.’They also added: ‘There’s been real bad blood at the training ground since. Coaching staff have had to step in to calm things down.‘But just when things started calming down, some idiot put these posters up.’A spokesperson for the Premier League approached by GSN declined to comment.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… According to sources, one of their fellow footballers has even put up anti-gay posters around their training ground.The two men rumored to be in a relationship are both ‘established first-teamers’, according to The Sun.An African-born player is believed to have told colleagues he objects based on ‘religious grounds’ and finds it ‘obscene’, according to the publication.The report furthermore states that an emergency meeting has been called by the football club to deal with the situation. The players have not been named | Photo: Pexels {posed by models) eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us)center_img Two Premier League football players are reportedly being bullied by teammates who believe they’re in a gay relationship. GAYSTARNEWS- This Brighton Pride bus is making a powerful statement gay and bi soccer playersHomophobic teammates leave sex toy in Premier League player’s carGay soccer player’s brother: I was ‘monster’ to him and paid him to stay in closetRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/premier-league/last_img read more