Continuing our cross-country call out of all 50 states and yet adding international school to our "Roll Call".
In Belfield, North Dakota, the Cougars are on the prowl.
Hello to everyone at Belfield High School.
In Berryville, Virginia, it's the Eagles up next today.
Good to see Clarke County High School is watching.
And in Barendrecht, a town in the Netherlands, a town in the Netherlands,thank you for making us part of your day at Dalton Lyceum Barendrecht.
When the defending champion New England Patriots open their regular season against the Pittsburgh Steelers next Thursday, quarterback Tom Brady will likely take the field.
The National Football League had suspended the Patriots quarterback for four games and punished his team after something strange was noticed during last year's AFC championship game that the Patriots won.
All 11 of the Patriots footballs were under-inflated in the first half.
But Tom Brady fought the NFL in court.
And yesterday, a judge tossed out Brady's suspension.
The ruling was not about whether he deflated the footballs or knew about it.
The judge ruled that the NFL didn't treat Brady fairly in its investigation, and that it went too far in suspending him.
The NFL is appealing the decision.
With Brady expected to play on September 10th, Patriots tickets have shut up in price.
On average, a Merino sheep yields about 11 pounds of fleece when it's shorn.
That takes about three minutes to do.
This took longer.
Just outside the Australian capital of Canberra, a sheep was discovered that apparently had never been shorn.
That's dangerous for sheep.
It was hard for him to walk.
So, a champion sheep shearer volunteered to give him a haircut.
It took 42 minutes and yielded an unofficial world record of 89 pounds of fleece.