(NASDAQ:BHBC) (the "Company") announced today that ithas notified The Nasdaq Global Select Market ("Nasdaq") that it intends toterminate the listing of its common stock. This is the initial step in theprocess for the Company to cease being a reporting company, as the Company hasnot arranged for the listing or quotation of its securities on any othersecurities exchange or quotation system. The Company anticipates that delisting will become effective approximately 20days after today, and intends to cease filing periodic reports as soon aslegally permitted thereafter Beverly Hills Bancorp Inc. For further information regarding this announcement, please see our website() for our report on Form 8-K to be filed on January 23, 2009 This release contains forward-looking statements.
Words such as "may," "will," "anticipates," "expects," "intends,""plans," "believes," "seeks" and "estimates" and variations of these words andsimilar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. TheCompanys actual results may differ materially from those projected in theseforward-looking statements as a result of a number of factors, including, butnot limited to, the condition of the real estate market, the availability andconditions of financing for loan pool acquisitions, mortgage-backed securitiesand other financial assets as well as interest rates. Readers of this releaseare cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements Larry B. FaiginChief Executive OfficerBeverly Hills Bancorp Inc.818.223.5474800.515.1616 ext 5474 Copyright Business Wire 2009. ) The 2009 Georgia Bulldogs have spent a lot of time being dissected, debated, and doubted by fans and critics alike. It isn't that they have been an awful team so much as they have been a victim of their own prior successes. No matter what anyone has to say about the coaching ability of Mark Richt, the stats simply don't liehe has put this Georgia Bulldog team in the upper echelon of Division I football and that is nothing to scoff at if you are a die-hard fan.
However, this season has been a major disappointment because of theJekyll andHyde nature of the team on the field each week. We can't seem to find our identity and when we come close, we digress into poor play, bad effort, and lackadaisical output on the field. Fellow Dawg fan Mike Foster has already put forth a solid effort of his own that you can see here if you are interested. This article is just another report from a different angle.The 2009 Georgia Bulldog Progress Report The Defensive Line The 2009 campaign started with so much hope for the defensive line. Our front four was supposed to be fierce with Geno Atkins, Jeff Owens, Justin Houston, and Roderick Battle leading the charge. Well, Justin Houston was suspended for the first two games and Roderick Battle was lost for the season during the South Carolina gamethere went the possibility of the defensive end spots being dominant. The tone of the defensive line was set from that point forward and, so far, the production from each spot has ranged from decent to average as our guys have proven to be more stout against the run than the pass.