Law enforcement alleges otherwise: Officials say Mike Ulmer, 53, picked up the victim, 18, from Chester County High School on Feb. 16 and brought her to his home in Henderson, Tennessee. Ulmer serves as a pastor at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Henderson, and court records show the victim was paid to clean his house.
"Jeopardy" is a "crucible." So says Ken Jennings, who holds the record for most consecutive wins on "Jeopardy" — he won 74 games back in 2004, and walked away with a total of over $2.5 million in prize money. "A lot of people are very good at 'Jeopardy' on their couch and assume that they're just going to kick butt," he told Business Insider. "And then they go on stage and they realize: It's a whole different ball game." There are bright lights and cameras zooming in on your face and — oh, right — the prospect of losing thousands of dollars. Even if you know the questions to the answers, you can still sweat and stammer and get everything wrong. "I was aware of that," Jennings said — and he
Duke will be without star junior guard Grayson Allen on Saturday. According to a report from Greg Gumbel of CBS Sports, Allen will miss the Blue Devils’ road game at Miami with an ankle injury. The 6-foot-5 Allen is averaging 15.0 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game this season as he’s battled a few different injuries as well as getting suspended for another tripping incident. Duke is coming off of a road loss to Syracuse earlier this week as the No. 10 Blue Devils are trying to finish out a tough regular-season schedule these next three games.