MTG closes up. If you’re not doing anything else, you must stop everything, close all windows, and go to home.
What happens if I stop working on something?
For most things, you can just restart the program. If something can’t restart, you have a few scenarios to account for:
Windows cannot handle the request
You have other programs that were installed after you installed MTG
The program you’re trying to access was locked
If these scenarios apply, there’s always another way to make the work in Windows work.
It’s the first day of the fall semester, and it’s time to check in with our “Big Three” for fall 2016.
For our first edition of the Big Three for fall, we talk to the players that caught our eye during the 2015 spring and summer, and look forward to what we’ll be seeing this fall: freshmen, transfers, and juniors.
First, a quick recap of everything the staff has learned about these players:
What is new for each position?
Sam Darnold: The sophomore who caught our eye in the spring and summer was poised to make the biggest jump as a quarterback for the team. He has made some major strides on the scout team and as a passer in practice. With the addition of QB coach Paul Chryst, Darnold has a much better feel for the offense and may have more options on the field in 2016 as well. With more time in the offense, Darnold won’t need to rely on the big play for offense or just looking to work the outside. He should have a very high touchdown-to-interception ratio in games, and we saw this during spring and summer.
Darnold was also very strong as a pass protector. He wasn’t nearly as good against the run at this time last year as he was a year ago, but that may be part of the adjustment period in the offense.
Darnold should improve his receiving ability, but he doesn’t come into this season as much the primary ball carrier as he did two years ago.
Jake Browning: Browning, the former walk-on, was one of the best players on the team last year after earning a starting job late in the season. He proved it again in his second game, as he ran for an NFL-high 125 yards and two scores. He’s only 21, but there
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