Michigan Sprint Cup Series qualifying order

first_img44 READ: All news from Michigan 42 SANY Chevrolet Ricky Stenhouse Jr. # 1 Travis Kvapil 32 David Gilliland 23 Michael McDowell David Stremme Belle Tire Toyota 39 5 2 41 4 Plinker Tactical Toyota Matt Kenseth Austin Dillon(i) Kasey Kahne 1 29 83 33 5-hour Energy Toyota Burger King/Dr.Pepper Toyota 15 No Label Ford Phil Parsons Racing Ford 35 Target Chevrolet 36 MDS Transport Ford 36 Miller Lite Ford 27 24 15 12 10 Kyle Busch 27 Scott Riggs 11 38 22 Ryan Newman GoDaddy Chevrolet 44 56 43 13 55 FedEx Express Toyota Car 14 Greg Biffle 30 6 Tony Stewart 37 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center Ford Joe Nemechek(i) 38 34 Juan Pablo Montoya * Required to qualify on time, (i) Ineligible for driver points in this series 31 AJ Allmendinger Burger King/Dr.Pepper Toyota Marcos Ambrose 47 17 GEICO Ford Bass Pro Shops/Mobil 1 Chevrolet 19 Phoenix Construction Services Chevrolet Caterpillar Chevrolet Gordon first, Mears last in qualifying runs for the Quicken Loans 400 Widow Wax Toyota 25 Denny Hamlin 24 Taco Bell Ford 88 Jeff Burton National Guard/Man of Steel Chevrolet 20 31 Fastenal Ford Team 18 Drive to End Hunger Chevrolet 87 READ: Post-Pocono driver reports Brad Keselowski 40 39 Stanley Ford Farmers Insurance Chevrolet Furniture Row/Sealy Chevrolet Jimmie Johnson 19 3M/Give Kids a Smile Ford Budweiser Chevrolet READ MORE: M&M’s Toyota READ: Power Rankings Week 14 43 David Ragan 14 7 9 Carl Edwards Menards/CertainTeed Chevrolet Quicken Loans Chevrolet Danica Patrick # Jamie McMurray 8 51 Kurt Busch 16 American Ethanol Chevrolet 21 Eckrich Ford David Reutimann Chevrolet 32 Ken Schrader Aaron’s Dream Machine Toyota Clint Bowyer Dale Earnhardt Jr. Mark Martin 98 93 Trevor Bayne(i) 17 Mike Bliss(i) 9 35 Lowe’s Chevrolet 78 Martin Truex Jr. Driver Zest Ford NAPA Auto Parts Toyota Jeff Gordon 30 11 5 26 33 99 # Long John Silver’s Ford 16 3 13 2 7 29 JJ Yeley Joey Logano Casey Mears 22 Shell Pennzoil Ford 48 42 10 Dave Blaney Josh Wise(i) 20 34 18 McDonald’s Chevrolet Charter Toyota 21 Home Depot Husky Toyota Kevin Harvick Aric Almirola Federated Auto Parts Ford Paul Menard READ: Michigan Paint Scheme Preview Bobby Labonte 28last_img read more

Watch Jessie Mueller Talk Aretha Franklin, Faking at the Piano and Discovering ‘Tapestry’

first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 27, 2019 View Comments What a beauty! Check out a recent appearance by Beautiful leading lady Jessie Mueller on Katie. Mueller, looking absolutely adorable, talks about discovering the music of Carole King through her parents and becoming a true fan of the icon during the musical’s workshop process. The Tony nominee also describes the challenges of singing “Natural Woman,” which has been immortalized by Aretha Franklin. Take a look at the video below for some fun facts including that Mueller only pretends to tickle the ivories during the show, and that Katie Couric likes to play songs from “Tapestry” on the piano in her spare time! Not to mention check out some awesome Carole King and Gerry Goffin retro-hair!  Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Related Shows Star Files Jessie Muellerlast_img read more

Syracuse volleyball falls to Iowa State, 3-0, for worst start since 1987

first_img Published on September 3, 2016 at 9:20 pm Contact Jake: [email protected] Syracuse’s poor start to the season continued Saturday as the Orange (0-4) lost in three straight sets to Iowa State (3-2) in Lincoln, Nebraska. The Orange failed to win a set for the second straight contest and has won only two sets through four games this year.SU is off to its worst start since 1987, when the team lost its first five games of the year.The Orange won the first point of the first set and was able to get ahead 5-4. But then Iowa State scored eight of the next nine points to take a commanding lead it would never give up. The Cyclones won the first set 25-14.The second set was much of the same. Iowa State pulled away and eventually won nine of the final 12 points to win the set 25-15.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse’s closest chance at a set victory came in the final one of the game. SU was able to tie the set at 12 and pull within two to cut Iowa State’s lead to 23-21. The Cyclones scored the next two points to end the game.The Orange was out-killed 48-23 and had a poor hitting percentage of 3.1 percent.Libero Belle Sand made the 2016 Nebraska Invite All-Tournament Team. Anastasiya Gorelina led the team with 10 kills and Santita Ebangwese led the team with five blocks on Saturday.Syracuse will look for its first win of the season as it returns to the Women’s Building to host the Syracuse Tournament on Sept. 9-10 against Hofstra, Siena and Penn State. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more