SEC 4-Star Junior WR Is Transferring

first_imgA pylon with the SEC logo on it.ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 07: An ‘SEC’ logo is seen on an end zone pylon before the Missouri Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers during the SEC Championship Game at Georgia Dome on December 7, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)A former top recruit in the 2016 class has reportedly decided to transfer out of the SEC.Jamal Couch, a former four-star recruit in the 2016 class, is reportedly transferring out of Mississippi State.The wide receiver is a junior with two seasons of eligibility remaining.247Sports first reported the news:Genespage.com, the leader in Mississippi State sports coverage, has learned that junior wide receiver Jamal Couch is transferring from the program. Mississippi State officials confirmed this news on Thursday morning.Couch signed on with Mississippi State as a member of the 2016 signing class and played as a true freshman. The former four star standout signed with the Bulldogs after backing off of a commitment to Florida State and enrolled in Starvkille in time for summer school and off season conditioning in June of 2016.Couch expected to be a major part of the Bulldogs’ offense this fall. However, the program underwent a coaching change this offseason, hiring Joe Moorhead to replace Dan Mullen. Couch hasn’t really seen the field this season.Stay tuned.last_img read more

Strange collection it was Rodarte uses Yoda Luke Skywalker on its designer

The Rodarte Fall 2014 collection is modeled during Fashion Week in New York, Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff) by Jocelyn Noveck, The Associated Press Posted Feb 11, 2014 3:59 pm MDT NEW YORK, N.Y. – If you were going to buy a silk charmeuse designer gown for thousands and thousands of dollars, would you want it to be emblazoned with the image of Luke Skywalker, C-3PO or Yoda?If you would, you’re in luck, because that’s just how Rodarte ended its runway show on Tuesday, with one gown devoted to each of those “Star Wars” icons. High-end fashion, or pop culture kitsch? As always, the verdict was a study in subjectivity.Designer-sisters Laura and Kate Mulleavy presented another garment destined to result in seriously divided opinions: the shoulder-less coat, which is exactly what it sounds like: coats with cutouts where the shoulders would be. It came in grey and black wool, but also in fuchsia glitter. There was also a “death star” gown in black.On the subtler side, there were some truly lovely striped lace gowns in appealing colours, demonstrating the Mulleavys’ talent for craftsmanship.But what was up with those “Star Wars” gowns?“I mean that was like our big obsession” as kids growing up in California, said Kate. “It definitely was coming into this collection. You know, I think for us, growing up when we did, I think that’s kind of one of the huge things that really influenced our culture and I just thought it was an important thing to put in it. I also feel like those films are all about imagination … so I felt like it was a kind of a really beautiful way to end what the collection was for us.”In a nutshell, the sisters said, the collection was about childhood nostalgia.“It’s kind of all our memories coming together in something that’s expressive,” Kate added. “So it wasn’t about a specific place, ’cause I think memory is so disjunctive. It was more about kind of piecing together the things that we wanted to build this world out of.”Rodarte perennial fan Dakota Fanning was in the audience. “I thought it was amazing … I’m happy for Kate and Laura,” she said. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Strange collection it was: Rodarte uses Yoda, Luke Skywalker on its designer gowns read more