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In a shocking upset that stunned the planet and parts of the galaxy, Mercer beat Duke 78-71. After the loss, White refused to make good on the bet, instead offering Hoyt tickets to a Bears game. Cue the social backlash. So heres the question: did White and Hoyt have a binding contract that requires White to pay up? In order to have a binding contract, you need to have a three things: an offer, an acceptance and something called consideration. Its not crazy to say that the first 2 elements are met here. White made an offer, and Hoyt accepted the offer when he can excitedly tweeted "Ill take that offer!". So far so good for Hoyt. On to the third element of consideration. Consideration is an essential element for the formation of a contract. In order to have it, each side has to promise or provide something of value to the other. You give me something and I give you something. Without this exchange, there is no contract. For example, if you express an interest in my banjo and I agree to sell it to you for $50,000, we have the consideration we need to say we have a contract. Im getting $50K and youre getting an awesome instrument that brings people together. This is where things fall apart for Hoyt. This deal didnt have the requisite consideration. The value only flowed in one direction – to Hoyt. There was no value going the other way to White. The deal was one-sided. That means we dont have a binding contract. You might be able to argue consideration if White had tweeted out that if you follow him and Duke loses, he will give away season tickets. In this case, it could be said that White is getting value because when people follow him, his brand becomes more valuable which in turn can translate into sponsor dollars and marketing opportunities. Theres also another problem for Hoyt. Before you can say there is a legally binding contract, you have to show that both sides intended on entering into the contract in the first place. That would be tough to show here. Ultimately, White would say he was just joking. He doesnt know Hoyt and the tickets he offered arent even available. This all went down in the informal environment that is Twitter. A contract was never contemplated. So all this means that there is no binding contract between White and Hoyt, and as a result, Hoyt cant force White to cough up the season tickets. That being said, the next question to answer is whether White should provide Hoyt with season tickets. And thats something I suspect everyone has an opinion on including my banjo teacher. Adidas Stan Smith Norge . - The Baltimore Ravens and tight end Dennis Pitta reached agreement on a five-year contract Friday. Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Norge . 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MilCALGARY - Carey Price had full confidence that P.A. Parenteau would score the winner in the shootout.Parenteau did just that as he snapped a shot past Jonas Hiller to give the Montreal Canadiens a 2-1 shootout win over the Calgary Flames on Tuesday.He told me he was going to take care of business, said Price, who made 37 saves through regulation and overtime before stopping shootout attempts by Jiri Hudler, Sean Monahan and Johnny Gaudreau. He said, I got this, so I put my full trust in him and was halfway to the blue-line before he shot. Hes got a great release. He really came up big for us there.Hiller stopped shots by Alex Galchenyuk and David Desharnais in the shootout before Parenteau beat him to the blocker side to end the game.When you know you have the game on your stick, it makes a huge difference, said Parenteau, who added that he used his go-to move. It makes you want to bear down and go home with those two points. Thats what I did. I had my move in mind and luckily I worked for me.Tom Gilbert also scored for the Canadiens (8-2-0), who had lost their previous seven games in Calgary.This has been a tough place to get wins, Price said. They play us tough when we come to town. It took every ounce of effort to get this one. Were just happy we pulled it off.Mark Giordano scored the lone goal of the game for the Flames (5-4-2), whose record fell to 1-1-2 during their current five-game homestand that will wrap up on Friday when they host the Nashville Predators.We played a good game, Giordano said. We were skating all night, created a lot of opportunities. A few of us - myself No. 1 — had some really, really good looks down the stretch. Got to find a way to bury one of those ones. It sucks to lose in a shootout - always — but we cant be disappointed with that game.Hiller, who finished with 18 saves, saw his personal winning streak end at three straight games.Price had to be sharp early in the first period to stop a Kris Russell point shot during a Calgary power play that was tipped on net by Curtis Glencross.I got lucky a few times, Price said. They do a pretty good job, especially Glencross, of being in front of the net. He tipped a couple.Calgary then had a two-man advantage for 46 seconds with Montreal defencemen P.K. Subban and Alexei Emelin in the penalty box. Dennis Wideman had the best chance to score, but he blasted a shot wide of the net that bounced off the boards and out of the zone to end the threat.The Canadiens had a chance to score a short-handed goal with Emelin still in the penalty box, but Lars Eller redirected a pass from Travis Moen high and wide of the Calgary net.During a man advantage for Montreal, Hiller stopped a hard shot from the slot off the stick of Brendan Gallagher. Hiller then made a glove save to stop a breakaway attempt by Montreal forward Rene Bourque.At the other end of the ice, Price stopped back-to-back shots by Monahan and Glencross to keep the Flames off the scoresheet during their third power play of the first period.Calgary appeared to open the scoring early in the second when Mikael Backlund tapped the puck into a wide-open net, but the goal was waived off due the net being off its moorings.The Flames continued to press and were rewarded when Giordano snapped a shot from the high slot into the top corner over Prices outstretched glove at 2:08 of the second. Giordano was set up by Gaudreau, who worked hard to keep the puck in the Montreal zone.The team was flying out there in the second and third periods, Gaudreau said. Thats the way we need to play the whole game. It was a great effort — goalie, defence, forwards. I think we shouldve come out with a win.The Canadiens tied the game at 12:48 of the second when Gilbert intercepted a clearing attempt by Matt Stajan and quickly snapped a shot from a bad angle into the top corner behind Hiller, who was screened on the play.At 12:32 of the third, Stajan had to be helped off the ice after a knee-on-knee collision with Montreal defenceman Jarred Tinordi, who received a minor penalty for kneeing.David Jones, who missed the past eight games with a lower-body injury, had a great chance to score for the Flames during the man advantage, but was denied by Price, who made a pad save before covering up the puck.In overtime, Price stopped Gaudreau at one end of the ice before Hiller returned the favour by standing his ground to deny a scoring attempt by Gallagher.Price then made a nice glove grab to snag a shot from the slot by Giordano before Hiller stopped a point blast by Subban to send the game to the shootout.Notes: Brandon Prust played his 100th career game with the Canadiens. 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Their most recent loss, 109-101 in Sacramento on Wednesday, was eerily similar to Saturdays defeat at the hands of the Trail Blazers. Air Force 1 Utility Noir Pas Cher .ca! Hi Kerry, Im sure youve received many emails wondering what your take is on the Spezza goal that looked like Neil blatantly kicked it in while standing directly in the middle of the crease where, you know, usually a goalie is to make a save but couldnt be due to Neil being there! Thanks! Jon - Westfield, MA Jon: Lets first ask Henrik Lundqvist what he thought of the scoring of the Sens second goal with . JOHNS CREEK, Ga. -- Not long ago, Gunn Yangs game was such a mess that his college coach took away his scholarship. Might want to reconsider that decision. The 20-year-old South Korean never trailed while completing an improbable run to the U.S. Amateur title Sunday, beating Canadas Corey Conners 2 and 1 at Atlanta Athletic Club. "I had not won a tournament in a long time, maybe like five or six years," Yang said. At No. 776, he became the lowest-ranked player in the world amateur standings to capture the countrys biggest title for non-professional golfers. Along the way, he beat five players inside the top 100, including the 44th-ranked Conners from Kitchener, Ont. Yang, who lived in Australia for five years and now plays at San Diego State, pushed his lead to 2 up with four to play by rolling in an 18-foot birdie putt at No. 14. He closed out the match with a tap-in par at No. 17, the 35th hole of the grueling day. The afternoon round was halted by a rain delay of 1 hour, 37 minutes. "I had never heard of him before," Conners said. "He obviously had a great week." Indeed, Yang was one of the most unlikely champions in the history of the 119-year-old event. A redshirt sophomore, he has played in just four college events, his career sidetracked by a herniated disk that required laser surgery. Just three weeks ago, he withdrew from the California State Open after playing the first nine holes at 6 over. Now, at the home club of Bobby Jones, the greatest amateur of them all, Yang hoisted the Havemeyer Trophy. Does he think hell get that scholarship back, too? "Better," Yang said, breaking into a big smile, "or else Im going to transfer." Conners had a chance to push the match to the limit with a 15-foot birdie attempt at No. 17. It slid by the right side of the cup. Yang, whose 18-footer to win the match caught the right lip and spun out, knocked in what was nothing more than a gimme par to wrap up the title. He pumped his fist, hugged his caddie and let out a scream. "He didnt really have any weaknesses out there," Conners said. "He didnt give me any openings to climb through." The loss ccame one week after another Canadian, 16-year-old Brooke Mackenzie Henderson, was beaten in the final of the U.dddddddddddd. Womens Amateur. This was the second straight U.S. Amateur final featuring two international players. The 22-year-old Conners, who played at Kent State, reached the semifinals last year and again came up short of becoming the first Canadian winner since 1971. Instead, it was Yang joining Byeong-Hun An from 2009 as the only winners from South Korea. Yang jumped ahead right away when Conners bogeyed the first hole. But the margin was never more than 2 up, the match tight all the way. Heading into the midday break, it was Conners with the momentum. He birdied the par-5 18th even after his drive wound up some 75 yards behind Gunns and in a fairway bunker. Conners laid up short of the water and put his third shot about 4 feet away. Gunn reached the green in two but three-putted from 60 feet for par, reducing his lead to 1 up. Conners tied the match when they returned to the first hole for the afternoon round. Yang drove into the trees, had to punch out, and hit a poor flop shot into a bunker to take bogey. Yang pulled ahead again at the sixth, where the tee box was pushed way up to create a 298-yard par 4. Both players went with driver, Yang sending his ball over the green while Conners came up short in a front bunker. Yang chipped up and made par; Conners failed to get up and down. At the par-3 seventh, the Canadian found himself in the sand again. The result was the same -- another bogey that gave Yang a 2-up advantage. Conners cut into the lead with a 10-foot birdie at the 10th as ominous clouds rolled over the course, thunder rumbling in the distance. After both players teed off at the 11th, a downpour halted the match and sent fans scurrying for cover. When play resumed, Yang missed a couple of chances to stretch his lead. He finally converted at No. 14, and protected his advantage with a brilliant up-and-down over a pond at the par-3 15th. Not bad for a guy who didnt even bring enough clothes to make it through the week without washing. "I took three shorts and four shirts," Yang said. "That was it." ' ' 'an got off to the perfect start when an unmarked Mario Balotelli slotted home Valter Birsas low cross after Robinho had fooled the Udinese players by leaping over the ball. However, Urby Emanuelson gave away a penalty with a clumsy foul on Silvaan Widmer shortly before halftime and Luis Muriel fired in under the diving body of Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati.dddddddddddd Substitute Nicolas Lopez, who had only been on the pitch three minutes, won the match in the 78th. The Uruguayan ran most of the length of the pitch without any Milan player attempting to put in a tackle, before drilling into the bottom right corner. ' ' '

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