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  2. The 5th Quarter - Wikipedia

    The 5th Quarter is a 2011 American drama film written, directed and produced by Rick Bieber and starring Aidan Quinn, Andie MacDowell, and Ryan Merriman . The option of the film was an interest to Ryan Johnston, a co-producer of the film, who was responsible in raising the $6.7 million dollars to produce the film.

  3. FIFTH QUARTER: All-state safety Miller glad to be back ...

    Oct. 10—Logansport had a tough 28-13 loss to Class 5A No. 6 Harrison Friday night but one of the good parts of the game for the Berries was that all-state safety Jeremiah Miller was back on the ...

  4. The Fifth (band) - Wikipedia

    The Fifth is an American hard rock band from Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States. Formed by original members vocalist Roy Cathey, guitarist Dave ”DC” Garcia, bassist Bernie “b-man” Mangiboyat, and drummer Rob Lee. The current members are vocalist Roy Cathey, guitarist Justin Womble, bassist Jake Tripp and drummer Gary "Zeus" Smith.

  5. FIFTH QUARTER: Kings gain momentum heading into sectional

    Knox led 28-0 after one quarter, 42-0 at halftime and 55-0 after three in a win over visiting Caston. The Redskins (6-3, 5-2) secured a third-place finish in the HNAC.

  6. Fifth Quarter - Wikipedia

    The 5th Quarter, a marching band tradition played out primarily by HBCU bands, but also including: The University of Wisconsin Marching Band's Fifth Quarter, a traditional post-game band performance, an online HBCU marching band forum named for this tradition Quinto quarto, offal as used in the cuisine of modern Rome

  7. The Fifth Quarter - Wikipedia

    The Fifth Quarter was an Australian rules football post-game television program which began screening on Network Ten on 27 March 2004. The show reviewed the Australian rules football competition, AFL. Following each game on Saturday night, two hosts discussed the games played up to then and also topical matters that had arisen during the week.

  8. The Quarters - Wikipedia

    The Quarters The Quarters are an Australian alternative rock band, formed in Melbourne in 2005. The band shot to fame in 2007 after they were chosen by Grinspoon to open a Melbourne music festival which included acts such as Grinspoon, The Butterfly Effect and Little Birdy. [1]