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Examples of "schum"
On August 26, 2015, the Buccaneers signed Schum to compete with Karl Schmitz and Michael Koenen. By September 1, Schum was the last remaining punter on the Buccaneers roster after roster cuts. On August 28, 2016, Schum was waived by the Buccaneers.
The Jets signed Schum to a reserve/future contract on December 30, 2014. He was released on August 18, 2015.
The Buccaneers signed Schum to their practice squad on November 14, 2014, but was waived four days later.
Jacob "Jake" Schum (born January 21, 1989) is an American football punter for the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Buffalo. Schum was signed by the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent in 2013. He has also been a member of the New York Jets and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
On March 22, 2016, Anger signed a one-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Anger won the starting punting job after the team released Jake Schum.
After going undrafted in the 2012 NFL Draft, Schum signed with the Cleveland Browns on March 28, 2013. On May 13, 2013, he was waived by Browns.
On January 6, 2014, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed Schum to a reserve/future contract. He was waived by the Buccaneers on May 21, 2014.
Schum was signed by the New York Jets on June 19, 2014 to compete with incumbent Ryan Quigley in training camp. He was released on August 23, 2014.
This trade fair is not to be confused with the Hamburg-based company Deutsche EuroShop AG (DES) or the discounter Schum EuroShop.
Schum was claimed off waivers by the Green Bay Packers on August 30, 2016. He re-signed on March 8, 2017.
Schum attended the University at Buffalo, where he played for coach Jeff Quinn's Buffalo Bulls football team in 2010 and 2011 after transferring from Buffalo State College, where he played one season on their Division III football team.
Synonyms and former names include: "Anthephora abyssinica" A. Rich., "Anthephora cenchroides" (Hochst.) K. Schum. ex Engl., "Anthephora hochstetteri" Nees ex Hochst., "Anthephora kotschyi" Hochst., "Hypudaeurus cenchroides" Hochst. ex A. Braun)
According to Google Maps, the following thoroughfares are located inside Fort Hamilton, the last active-duty military post in New York City, and are under its jurisdiction: General Lee Avenue (aka Lee Avenue), Roosevelt Avenue, Schum Avenue, Walke Avenue, White Avenue (also N. White Avenue), Marshall Drive, Sterling Drive, Stonewall Jackson Drive, Wainwright Drive, Washington Drive, Pershing Loop North/South, Sheridan Loop, Grimes Road, MacArthur (or McArthur) Road, Schum Road, Washington Road, Pence Street (partially), and 101st Street (partially). The fort has a dedicated zip code: 11252.
Descriptions of this species appeared in "Ann. Nat. Hist." ii. (1839) 375;—"Proc. Linn. Soc." i. (1839) 4; "Trans. Linn. Soc." xviii. (1841) 307, t. 22; "DC. Prodr." ix. 233; Kuntze in "Jahrb. Bot. Gart. Berl." iv. (1886) 270; Engl. in "Engl. Jahrb." x. 255; K. Schum. in "Engl. & Prantl, Pflanzenf." iv. 3B, 233.
After the Claypool Hotel was demolished in 1969, the plaque was installed on a new base designed by Benno Schum and relocated to the west, near the intersection of Washington and Missouri Streets. Lincoln delivered a speech near this location when his arrived in Indianapolis on 11 February 1861; the commemorative plaque contains a quote from Lincoln's response to Indiana Governor Oliver P. Morton's welcoming address. The plaque was rededicated on 12 February 1971.
The tradition of the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf continued under the direction of Ulrike Groos from 2002 to 2009. With exhibitions like “Back to Concrete — The Beginnings of Punk and New Wave in Germany 1977- '82,” “Ready to Shoot — Fernsehgalerie Gerry Schum, videogalerischum” (2003), “Palermo (2007), “Sonic Youth etc.: Sensational Fix” (2009), and “Eating the Universe. Food in Art” (2009/2010) proved extremely popular. In the exhibition series “Compilation I — IV” younger artists, too, were presented.
Marie Stewart, a student at Indianapolis's Shortridge High School, submitted the winning entry in a citywide contest to design the commemorative plaque. Vienna-born sculptor Rudolf Schwarz, who came to Indianapolis in 1897, created the bronze plaque in 1907. Schwarz is known for crafting the limestone sculptures at the base of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument on Indianapolis's Monument Circle; the bronze statue for the Indiana Governor Oliver P. Morton monument on the east side of the Indiana Statehouse; and sculptures for American Civil War memorials in several Indiana counties. Benno Schum fabricated a new base for the plaque when it was relocated to Indianapolis’s West Washington Street in 1971.
With a much stronger lineup entering the season, and yet another head coach in Doug Schum, the Crusaders were finally looking like a team that could battle for a playoff spot in the AJHL's North Division. Once again, backstopped by the amazing goaltending of Scott Rowan, the Cru sneaked into the playoffs with a 20–29–6–2 record, but bowed out to the St. Albert Saints in 3 games. Still, the building process continued, and losing only five players, the Crusaders were shaping into one of the better North Division teams.
In the second quarter, Green Bay punter Jake Schum pinned the Giants back at their 8-yard line with a 58-yard kick. A few plays later, Manning's 51-yard completion to tight end Will Tye set up another Gould field goal, increasing their lead to 6–0. Green Bay had to punt again on their next drive and once again they pinned the Giants back at their own 8-yard line with Schum's kick. This time, New York could not gain any net yards and safety Micah Hyde returned Brad Wing's 37-yard punt 7 yards to the Giants' 38-yard line. With excellent field position, the Packers' offense, that had been held in check all game, scored two touchdowns in the final 2:20 of the half. First, Aaron Rodgers completed a 31-yard pass to Davante Adams; then after a short running play, Rodgers threw the ball to Adams in the back left corner of the end zone, who made a diving catch past the outstretched arms of defensive back Coty Sensabaugh for a 5-yard touchdown reception. New York then had to punt in 3 plays after Bobby Rainey was stopped for no gain on 3rd-and-1. Taking the ball back on their own 20-yard line with 1:38 left, Green Bay used nearly all that time to drive to a 4th-and-2 on the Giants' 42-yard line. With six seconds left, Rodgers aired out a Hail Mary pass into the end zone, over the heads of numerous players and was caught by receiver Randall Cobb, giving the Packers a 14–6 halftime lead.