Other articles related to "john beck, beck":
... Fitzpatrick kick) ND 7-3 248 ... BYU Jonny Harline 12 yard pass from John Beck (Jared McLaughlin kick) BYU 10-7 1033 ... ND Jeff Samardzija 14 yard pass ... Fitzpatrick kick) ND 28-10 911 ... BYU John Beck 10 yard run (Jared McLaughlin kick) ND 28-17 538 ... BYU Todd Watkins 10 yard pass from John Beck (pass failed ... The Cougars were led by junior quarterback John Beck and first-year head coach Bronco Mendenhall ...
... Beck is a surname of Germanic descent, meaning "brook" or "stream" (related to Old Norse bekkr), and is fairly common in English-speaking countries, Germany and Denmark ... Beck, founder of modern cognitive therapy Adam Beck (1857–1925), Canadian politician and hydro-electricity advocate András Beck (1911–1985), Hungarian sculptor Andreas Beck (footballer), German ... Beck, American cartoonist Charlie Beck – appointed Police Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department Christophe Beck, Canadian composer for film and TV, most notable for his work on Buffy the Vampire ...
... John Beck (actor) (born 1943), American actor John Beck Hofmann (born 1969), film director and screenwriter ...
... Brian Francois' game-sealing interception of John Beck's tipped pass ... BYU quarterback John Beck threw for 321 and three touchdowns to lead the Cougar attack ... BYU took the lead back, 27-24, on a touchdown pass from John Beck to Daniel Coats with 323 remaining ...
Famous quotes containing the words beck and/or john:
“In front of that sinner of a husband,
she rattled off
only those words
that her pack of vile-tongued girlfriends
as fast as she could,
began to behave
at the Love-gods beck and call.
this natural, charming
path of love,
paved with the gems
—Amaru (c. seventh century A.D.)
“Reprehension is a kind of middle thing betwixt admonition and correction: it is sharpe admonition, but a milde correction. It is rather to be used because it may be a meanes to prevent strokes and blowes, especially in ingenuous and good natured children. [Blows are] the last remedy which a parent can use: a remedy which may doe good when nothing else can.”
—William Gouge, Puritan writer. As quoted in The Rise and Fall of Childhood by C. John Sommerville, ch. 11 (rev. 1990)