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{I Knew You Were Trouble}

Once upon a time, a few mistakes ago
I was in your sights, you got me alone
You found me, you found me, you found me…
I guess you didn't care and I guess I liked that
And when I fell hard, you took a step back
Without me, without me, without me…
And he's long gone when he's next to me
And I realize the blame is on me.

CHORUS
Cause I knew you were trouble when you walked in
So shame on me now
I flew me to places I’d never been
so you put me down oh,
I knew you were trouble when you walked in
So shame on me now
I flew me to places I’d never been
Now I’m lying on the cold hard ground
Oh oh trouble, trouble, trouble
Oh oh trouble, trouble, trouble

No apologies, he'll never see you cry
Pretend he doesn't know that he's the reason why
You're drowning, you’re drowning, you’re drowning…
And I heard you moved on from whispers on the street
A new notch in your belt is all I’ll ever be
And now I see, now I see, now I see…
He was long gone when he met me
And I realize the joke is on me
Hey!

CHORUS
I knew you were trouble when you walked in
So shame on me now
I flew me to places I’d never been till you put me down
Oh I knew you were trouble when you walked in
So shame on me now
I flew me to places I’d never been
Now I’m lying on the cold hard ground
Oh oh trouble, trouble, trouble
Oh oh trouble, trouble, trouble

And the saddest fear
Comes creeping in
That you never loved me
Or her...or anyone...or anything
Yeah

CHORUS
I knew you were trouble when you walked in
So shame on me now
I flew me to places I’d never been till you put me down
Oh I knew you were trouble when you walked in
So shame on me now
I flew me to places I’d never been
Now I’m lying on the cold hard ground
Oh oh trouble, trouble, trouble
Oh oh trouble, trouble, trouble


I knew you were trouble when you walked in
Trouble, trouble, trouble
I knew you were trouble when you walked in
Trouble, trouble, trouble
{Je savais que tu m'attirerais des ennuis}

Il était une fois, quelques erreurs plus tôt
J'étais dans ta ligne de mire, je me suis retrouvée seule avec toi
Tu m'as trouvée, tu m'as trouvée, tu m'as trouvée
Je crois bien que tu t'en fichais et je crois bien que ça me plaisait
Et quand je suis tombée durement, tu as pris du recul
Sans moi, sans moi, sans moi...
Et il est ailleurs, lorsqu'il est à côté de moi
Et je réalise que c'est de ma faute, parce que

REFRAIN
Je savais que tu étais synonyme d'ennuis dès l'instant où tu es entré
Alors honte à moi maintenant
Tu m'as emmenée à des endroits où je n'étais jamais allée jusqu'à ce que tu me laisses tomber
Oh je savais que tu m'attirerais des ennuis dès l'instant où tu es entré
Alors honte à moi maintenant
Tu m'as emmenée dans des endroits où je n'étais jamais allée
Maintenant je suis allongée sur le sol dur et froid
Oh oh des ennuis, des ennuis, des ennuis
Oh oh des ennuis, des ennuis, des ennuis

Aucunes excuses, il ne te verra jamais pleurer
Il prétend ne pas savoir qu'il est la raison pour laquelle
Tu es en train de te noyer, tu es en train de te noyer... tu es en train de te noyer
Et j'ai entendu dire que tu étais passé à autre chose par des chuchotements dans la rue
Une nouveau coup dans ton lit, c'est tout ce que je serai jamais
Et maintenant je vois, maintenant je vois, maintenant je vois...
Il était parti depuis longtemps quand il m'a rencontré
Et je réalise que c'est de moi dont on se moque
Hey!

REFRAIN

Et la plus triste des angoisses s'installe selon laquelle
Tu ne m'as jamais aimée
Ni elle... ni personne... ni rien
Ouais

REFRAIN

Je savais que tu étais synonyme d'ennuis dès l'instant où tu es rentré
Des ennuis, des ennuis, des ennuis
Je savais que tu m'attirerais des ennuis dès l'instant où tu es rentré
Des ennuis, des ennuis, des ennuis

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non-profit healing and advocacy group. The 48 x 30-inch quilts, one
for each family directly affected by 12/14, are made up of 15 squares,
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student there briefly before moving to Sandy Hook, and for Principal
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profoundly affected by the tragedy. “Shortly after the
shootings, I felt like I wanted to do something for the
families,” said Kaitlyn. It was not surprising to her mother,
who said that Kaitlyn tends to be the kind of child who wants to make
things better for others. But taking on a project of this magnitude
was definitely a first, said Ms Gantert. “Kaitlyn is not an
attention seeker,” her mother emphasized.
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neither she nor her mother are seamstresses, was to make quilts.
“When you’re younger, you like things like teddy bears and
blankets,” said Kaitlyn. “A quilt seemed like something
you could wrap yourself in and get the comfort of it,” she said.
Kaitlyn also knew right away that she wanted to incorporate original
artwork by children of the same ages as those who perished 12/14. And
knowing that the project would involve material costs she could not
bear herself, she decided to seek sponsors from local businesses in
New Fairfield.
That was a big step for the 15-year-old. “I don’t really
like talking a lot, so going in to businesses to ask them to sponsor a
quilt, and explaining it, was hard. But it got easier, as I did
it,” said Kaitlyn. Knowing that her finished project might make
someone feel better was enough to get her through any feelings of
discomfort, she said. Each quilt, she has since figured, cost
approximately $30 to produce.
“Most of the businesses in town were more than willing to help
me,” said Kaitlyn, and other quilts were sponsored by families
and individuals from New Fairfield.

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With her project approved by the superintendent of schools, Kaitlyn
then approached the primary grade teachers and students, and talked to
them about what she was doing in terms that the young children could
understand. “I told them that the quilts were about other
children and asked if they would draw on the squares about things that
those children liked,” she said. She and her mother had gleaned
information from local news stories about each of the 20 children and
six staff members of Sandy Hook Elementary School and his or her
favorite items or colors, said Kaitlyn.
For nearly six weeks, beginning in March, Kaitlyn would take a school
bus from her high school to the elementary school each afternoon, hand
out colored markers to the children, and spend an hour working with
the children participating. “I enjoyed going into the classes
and seeing what the kids would come up with,” said Kaitlyn.
Pencils holding hands. A flamingo dancing on water, tiny fish
swimming beneath its feet. Baseball players in Yankee stripes. Hearts
and balloons. Artists’ palettes. Horses, dogs, and cats.
Sunshine and angels. Soccer balls, footballs, and baseballs. The
children drew the dreams of the children they had never known.
Some of the squares were drawn by “artists” whose names
are well-known in other areas: Professional women soccer players
Kristine Lilly and Mia Hamm contributed their artwork and signatures
for Olivia Engel’s quilt. New York Yankee’s outfielder
Brett Gardner was happy to sign a square for Victoria Soto’s
quilt and handed over a spare quilt square to teammate Curtis
Granderson. That signed quilt square was incorporated into the quilt
for Caroline Previdi, said Kaitlyn.
To fill in spaces, Kaitlyn, who loves art and crafts, contributed her
own drawings. “I drew a lamb for Olivia Engel, a cowgirl for
Jessica Rekos, and for Noah Pozner,” she said, “I drew a
picture of a book, and the book was called ‘Mario’s Quest
for the Taco,’ because I heard that Noah had liked Mario
Brothers, and tacos.”
“It was very emotional, to see some of what the kids came up
with,” said Ms Gantert.
By the middle of May, Kaitlyn had collected the stack of finished
drawings, as well as those made by the quilt sponsors. Then she and
her mother went to JoAnn Fabrics in Brookfield to select material for
the backings and trim. They are very grateful to JoAnn’s for
offering them a 50 percent discount on all of the materials and
supplies, she said.

Personal Touches
“For most of the quilts,” said Kaitlyn, “we tried to
find a favorite color; like I had heard that Emilie Parker liked pink,
so the backing of her quilt is pink. Emilie liked drawing and art and
colored pencils, so we found a material that had colored pencils all
over it for the other squares [that the CES children had not
made].”
Between herself and her mother, with a great deal of assistance from
her grandmother, Kaitlyn spent until the end of June ironing the
drawings for at least four minutes each to set the color, and piecing
together the quilts.
“At parts, it was hard [to keep on with the project],”
said Kaitlyn. “You really realized how many people had died and
how bad it was. Sometimes, with tragedies, it doesn’t hit you so
hard right away. Doing this, I saw how many people were impacted [by
12/14],” she said.
It was the number of quilts they were making, agreed her mother, that
brought home to them the breadth of the tragedy. “You’d
sew and sew, and still there’d be more to do. It was just too
many people,” Ms Gantert said.
The victims of 12/14 became much more than just names and pictures in
the paper, said Kaitlyn. When it seemed that the quilts would never be
finished, that helped her to keep going. “It didn’t matter
how hard it was. I wanted [the families] to know that people are still
thinking of them,” she said.
The 26 finished quilts were displayed at CES at the end of June, and
then the Ganterts showed each of the finished quilts to its sponsor.
Meanwhile Kaitlyn and her mother continued with a secondary project,
to prepare them for delivery to Sandy Hook Promise in Newtown.
A handmade card featuring a silhouette figure representing, again, a
favorite pastime of the child or staff member who died, accompanies
each quilt. Inside is a handwritten note from Kaitlyn, and the
signatures of the children who designed the squares for that quilt,
their teacher, and the sponsor.
On the back of each quilt is a hand sewn fabric heart that reads,
“Made with love by Kaitlyn Gantert and the Community of New
Fairfield.”
“I’m so proud of her for coming up with this idea and
carrying it through,” said Ms Gantert. “She understands
that so much has been donated [to the families] and has realized from
the beginning that not everyone might want one. She’s okay with
that,” said Ms Gantert.
Betsy Gaier, office and volunteer coordinator at Sandy Hook Promise,
said that those families with whom the organization has regular
contact will receive the quilts directly. The others will be mailed to
the families.
It is Kaitlyn’s hope that the families will receive the quilts
in the spirit of love with which they were made. She does not see the
quilts as sad reminders. “I think,” said Kaitlyn,
“that it is sort of celebrating their lives.”
Sponsors for the quilts are: Charlotte Bacon: Fieldstone Veterinary;
Daniel Barden, Primetime Fitness of New Fairfield; Olivia Engel: the
Creighton family; Josephine Gay: Sunny Chanel; Ana Marquez-Greene:
Biscotti’s; Dylan Hockley: Heritage Wine and Liquors; Madeleine
Hsu: the Martin family; Catherine Hubbard: Janice Hoey; Chase
Kowalski: Bruno’s Pizzeria; Jesse Lewis: the Gantert family;
James Mattioli: Consolidated Elementary School; Grace McDonnell: Dr
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Pinto: Stop and Shop of New Fairfield; Noah Pozner: Mobil of New
Fairfield; Caroline Previdi: the Clark family; Jessica Rekos:
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Fairfield; Benjamin Wheeler: Portofino’s; Allison Wyatt:
Luk’s Realty; Rachel Davino: Barn Gallery; Dawn Hochsprung:
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Fairfield; Lauren Rousseau: New Fairfield Animal Hospital; Mary
Sherlach: Village Flower Shop; Victoria Soto: Chiropractic Life and
Wellness.
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USA TODAY Sports' Paul Myerberg counts down the college football teams
125-1. Here are teams 50-5. 
Kim Klement, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
50. East Carolina: The Pirates join Marshall and Tulsa as the three
best teams in Conference USA. Look for the season finale between the
Pirates and the Thundering Herd to determine the East Division. Can
ECU be one of the more surprising teams to come out of Conference USA?
Without a doubt: ECU is very potent offensively and should have its
best defense under fourth-year coach Ruffin McNeill, so a conference
championship is very much a possibility. 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
49. Louisiana-Lafayette: This team's excellent offense and strong
defense makes it the favorite to win the Sun Belt Conference
championship. This is one thing missing during coach Mark Hudspeth's
otherwise superb two-year tenure with the program. While the Ragin'
Cajuns' have some issues with the kicking game, that shouldn't prevent
this team from winning eight or nine games during the regular
season. 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
48. San Diego State: SDS's schedule should prevent another season with
nine wins, but the Aztecs are easily one of the top three teams in the
Mountain West Conference and a threat to Fresno State in the West
Division. Games against Ohio State, Oregon State, Fresno State and
Boise State should end in defeat, but the majority of the Mountain
West lacks SDSU's talent, experience and solid coaching. 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
47. Mississippi: Ole Miss returns 18 starters, the most in the SEC,
and reeled in one of the nation's best recruiting classes on national
signing day. Will it be enough to join Alabama, Texas A&M and LSU
in the race for the SEC West Division championship? It would not be
wise to doubt coach Hugh Freeze, but the Rebels might need another
year (and another recruiting class) before challenging for the SEC
championship. 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
46. Ball State: The Cardinals have gone 15-10 under coach Pete Lembo,
winning nine games and reaching a bowl in 2012
The offense, led by quarterback Keith Wenning, should be one of the
MAC's three best. To beat Northern Illinois and Toledo, the Cardinals
must improve defensively. 
Danny Wild, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
45. North Carolina: UNC enters year two under coach Larry Fedora with
one of the ACC's best offenses but continued question marks on the
defensive side of the ball. To return to the top of a crowded Coastal
Division, UNC must do a better job stopping the run and forcing
turnovers. While the Tar Heels have 10-win potential, a tough first
half could lead to a fourth-place finish in the division. 
Sam Sharpe, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
44. Toledo: The program has reeled in the MAC's top recruiting class
not merely once but in each of the past four years, according to the
rankings compiled by Rivals.com. This year's seniors have gone 26-13
during the past three seasons 
Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
43. Arizona State: Quite clearly a Pac-12 South and Rose Bowl
contender, a team with athleticism to burn on both sides of the ball,
increased familiarity with the second-year coaching staff and the sort
of next-level talent– any national challenger needs to weather the
storm. 
Cary Edmondson, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
42: UCF: This team joins the American Athletic Conference, along with
three others former Conference USA rivals, and immediately becomes one
of two strongest challengers to Louisville's place atop the league.
Surprisingly, the Knights' issues are on defense, long an area of
strength for the program. The offense, on the other hand, might be the
American's best overall unit. 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
41. Washington: This team already has the talent needed to challenge
Stanford and Oregon for the Pac-12 North Division and a spot in the
Rose Bowl. What the Huskies need is time to develop the many redshirt
freshmen, sophomores and juniors set for starting or key reserve
roles. With only two seniors set for starting jobs, UW might be a year
away from reaching its full potential. 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
40. Marshall: The program of Donnan and Pruett, Pennington and
Leftwich enters the 2013 season with its highest expectations in more
than a decade. After some fits and starts under fourth-year coach Doc
Holliday – a step forward, two steps back – Marshall has the
talent and offensive direction to storm through a reworked and
revamped Conference USA and challenge for nine or more wins during the
regular season. 
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39. Ohio: There's no ignoring the Bobcats' talent and experience in
the secondary. Returning cornerbacks like Carrie and Shaw, along with
Wells and Fisher, give the Bobcats depth at the position unmatched –
or even neared – by any rival in the MAC. 
Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
38. Vanderbilt: The Commodores won nine games for the first in nearly
a century last season, with five wins against the SEC. Last year's
team finished 20th in the USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll, and compiled
the nation's 19th-best recruiting class, according to
Rivals.com. 
Mark Humphrey, AP Fullscreen
37. Penn State: The Nittany Lions will need to replace eight starters,
and the roster will lean more and more on non-scholarship players to
augment smaller recruiting classes. The players will change, the
standards might change, but the formula will remain the same: Coach
Bill O'Brien will develop skill players, putting his talent in
position to succeed, and weather the storm with every tool at his
disposal. 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
36. Oregon State: Last season marked a nice return to the status quo.
OSU was picked sixth in the Pac-12 North Division – last, behind
Washington State – and won nine games, ending the year in third
place in the North, inside the top 20 nationally, back on the national
radar. So what happens when the Beavers, picked third in the 2013
preseason poll, are handed logical expectations? 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
35. Georgia Tech: The Yellow Jackets' offense is more diverse and
dynamic than it often gets credit for being. Sophomore Vad Lee, who
has shown aptitude as a passer in addition to running chops, is the
likely QB.
In terms of career starts among its players, Georgia Tech is the FBS'
third-most experienced team. 
Bob Donnan, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
34. Cincinnati: The Bearcats have a new coach, Tommy Tuberville, but
enough returning talent and experience to challenge Louisville for the
American Athletic Conference championship. Cincinnati also has one of
the nation's easiest schedules, and could start 8-0 before hitting a
snag in November. The season finale against Louisville could decide a
Bowl Championship Series berth. 
Al Behrman, AP Fullscreen
33. Baylor: The team's offense will continue to rank among the
nation's best despite a change at quarterback, with junior Bryce Petty
stepping into a starting role. Whether the Bears can leap into the
Bowl Championship Series conversation depends on the play of a
questionable if talented defense. 
Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
32. Brigham Young: BYU has one of the best defenses in college
football, which should help the Cougars survive what will again be one
of the toughest schedules in the country. But to gain a national
ranking, BYU needs help from new starting quarterback Taysom Hill and
the rest of the offense. 
Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
31. Wisconsin: This team has a new coach, Gary Andersen, but the
standards won’t change. The Badgers have won three Big Ten titles in
a row and reached three consecutive Rose Bowls, and enters 2013 with
the same sense of purpose despite the new staff. But to get back to
Pasadena, Wisconsin needs to choose a starting quarterback and solve
some personnel issues in the defensive backfield. 
Andy Manis, AP Fullscreen
30. UCLA: Jim Mora led the Bruins to the Pac-12 South Division title,
upending USC in the process, marking his debut campaign a nearly
unqualified success. With key returners and recruits, the next step is
moving past the rival Trojans. 
Christopher Hanewinckel, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
29. TCU: The Horned Frogs will deal with inexperience, youth and
attrition – so it's similar to 2012, if to a lessened degree. In
many ways, whether the Horned Frogs can regain their place in the
championship picture hinges on one factor: whether TCU is stronger for
last year's growing pains. 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
28. Miami: This team enters 2013 with its best chance at an ACC
championship in several years. But to reach that point, the Hurricanes
must augment a very prolific offense with a stronger defense. For now,
Miami has the weapons to score points on any team in the ACC but
can’t be viewed as a championship contender until a young and
untested defense rounds into form. 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
27. Michigan State: The Spartans continue to house one of the
nation’s best defenses, a group more than good enough to lift this
team to the Rose Bowl. To rebound from last season’s disappointing
seven-win finish, Michigan State must land more production from
quarterback Andrew Maxwell and a stable of four or five backs battling
to replace Le’Veon Bell. 
Al Goldis, AP Fullscreen
26. Tulsa: The Golden Hurricane should be viewed as a heavy favorite
to win another Conference USA championship. Tulsa has bigger goals,
however, and could conceivably reach the Bowl Championship Series with
a strong September against opponents like Oklahoma and Iowa State. For
now, this team has too many issues on defense and is too reliant on
freshmen for depth to be considered more than a contender for a
national ranking. 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
25. Fresno State: The team’s offense will be one of the best in the
country. Quarterback Derek Carr, the third-year starter, should be
viewed as an All-American contender and a darkhorse Heisman Trophy
candidate. Whether the Bulldogs can win more than 10 games hinges on
the defense’s ability to replace several stars, including an
All-American at safety. The season will come down to two games against
Boise State, one in the regular season and another in Mountain West
Conference title game, should the Bulldogs reach that point. 
Brian Losness, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
24. Kansas State: This year's squad enters a rebuilding year, a season
far removed from last year's 11 wins, Big 12 title and Fiesta Bowl
berth. Ten returning starters? No Heisman Trophy contenders? No
All-American linebacker? The basic tune remains the same, just altered
for 2013: KSU was questioned heading into last September. There's no
reason to doubt Bill Snyder. The Wildcats were picked to finish eighth
in the Big 12 in 2011 and finished second, and were picked to finish
sixth last fall but finished first. 
Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
23. Virginia Tech: The Hokies looks to rebound after winning only
seven games, four in the ACC, a season ago. The offense has some depth
issues at wide receiver and needs a big year from Logan Thomas. But
the defense is one of the best in the ACC and one of the best in the
entire country. 
Douglas Jones, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
22. Northwestern: The Wildcats went 10-3 and won a bowl game in 2012
to enter this season with high confidence. Northwestern has a
wonderful amount of talent on offense, especially at quarterback and
running back. To win the Big Ten, the Wildcats must beat Nebraska and
Michigan during the regular season. 
Phil Sears, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
21. Northern Illinois: The Huskies remain the clear and undisputed
leader in the MAC for another year, coaching change or no, and is once
again a major threat for 12 or 13 wins and an at-large BCS bid. 
Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
20. Oklahoma State: OSU has offense to spare but a few issues on
defense. Is the offense alone good enough to win the Big 12? Maybe,
especially if Texas and Oklahoma continue to tread water. But the
Cowboys are not a complete team until the defense joins the
offense. 
USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
19. Southern California: USC looks to rebound after a painful 2012
season that began with enormous promise but ended at 7-6, behind UCLA
in the Pac-12 South Division. To return to the championship race, the
Trojans must find a new starting quarterback and land steady play from
more than a dozen underclassmen set to hold major roles on offense and
defense. 
Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
18. Michigan: UM has more than enough talent to win the Big Ten
Legends Division and play for a Rose Bowl berth, especially if
quarterback Devin Gardner limits his turnovers. But the Wolverines are
still very young at several key positions, so developing this youthful
talent is the biggest key for the coming season. 
Rick Osentoski, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
17. LSU: The program hired Cam Cameron as its new offensive
coordinator, hoping the former Baltimore Ravens assistant can breathe
life into a predictable unit. At the same time, LSU's proud defense
faces some questions along the defensive line, which is traditionally
a strength. While the Tigers might struggle at times, this team
remains a BCS threat. 
Derick E. Hingle, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
16. Louisville: The Cardinals have the luxury of playing one of the
nation's weakest schedules. At the same time, the Cardinals realize
one loss will end their championship hopes. Expectations are high, but
with coach Charlie Strong and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, anything
is possible. 
Chuck Cook, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
15. Oklahoma: The Sooners need to settle on a starting quarterback
before moving to the defense, which is once again short on bodies
along the line. Another issue is the secondary, which must replace
three starters. But the team as a whole remains dangerous inside and
out of the Big 12. 
Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
14. Florida: UF has a defense worthy of a national championship but an
offense with some major question marks. For example, is quarterback
Jeff Driskel ready to take the next step? If so, does he have the
receivers to make this passing game click? With a tough schedule, any
chance Florida has at playing for the national championship hinges on
the growth of this offense. 
Chuck Cook, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
13. Notre Dame: The Fighting Irish return much of the same team that
went 12-1 a season ago but are less explosive on both sides of the
ball. To make another charge at the national championship, Notre Dame
must land steady play from quarterback Tommy Rees and be equally stout
on defense without All-American linebacker Manti Te’o. 
Matt Cashore, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
12. Texas: The Longhorns should be viewed as the top team in the Big
12 and national championship contenders. Whether UT can finally break
out of its slump depends entirely on the play of a defense three or
four years removed from its glory days. With the offense turning a
corner, the Longhorns’ defense is the lone missing piece of the
puzzle. Overall, however, Texas is one of the most experienced teams
in the country. 
Brendan Maloney, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
11. Nebraska: Coach Bo Pelini, a lover of shutouts, leads a team
almost wholly defined by its immensely talented offense. It's an
offense to love, one with a senior quarterback, a 1,000-yard back, an
elite receiver corps and a stout offensive front, but nevertheless
– it's an offense, and Pelini viewed offenses with nothing short
of disdain for every second of his pre-Nebraska career. 
Brian Spurlock, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
No. 10: Clemson. Clemson lost leading receiver DeAndre Hopkins to the
NFL in the offseason, but it has Sammy Watkins (shown) -- one of
college football's top pass catchers -- back this season. And it also
has senior quarterback Tajh Boyd, a legitimate Heisman trophy
candidate throwing. That combination has helped Clemson become one of
the ACC's top BCS candidates. 
Joshua S. Kelly, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
No. 9: Boise State. Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick outruns two
Washington defenders in last year's MAACO Bowl. Boise State enters the
2013 season with Southwick returning as its starting quarterback,
which bodes well for the season. The Broncos are 51-2 under coach
Chris Petersen in seasons when they've returned their starting
QB. 
Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
8. Florida State: FSU will lean on some of the nation's best depth to
survive losses like quarterback EJ Manuel and defensive ends Bjoern
Werner and Tank Carradine, among others. But the Seminoles' recruiting
efforts will help this team survive despite the losses, especially on
the defensive side of the ball. Keep an eye on redshirt freshman
Jameis Winston, the replacement for Manuel at quarterback. 
Melina Vastola, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
7. Texas AM: Johnny Manziel alone makes this offense one of the
nation's best. In addition to the reigning Heisman Trophy winner,
however, Texas A&M has one of the nation's best tackles in Jake
Matthews, a superb backfield and some of the best talent receiver
talent in the FBS. What's separating A&M from Alabama is a
defense, though the Aggies could score enough points to top the
Crimson Tide and all comers to win the program's first national title
since 1939. 
Troy Taormina, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen
6. Georgia: This team has one of the nation's best offenses but must
replace nine starters on defense. In a nightmare scenario, Georgia
scores enough points to go undefeated but loses two or more games due
ot an inability to stop opponents like Clemson, South Carolina and
Florida. But if the young defense clicks, Georgia can win the national
championship. 
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5. South Carolina: This team has the schedule, talent, coaching and
experience to win the SEC East Division and play for the conference
championship. To get there, however, the Gamecocks need to land a
healthy season from quarterback Connor Shaw. The defense, led by
Jadeveon Clowney, will be one of the nation's best. 
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When their son Rock was born, the Rivierres moved to a four-bedroom
home in Makati, where they  kept the black-and-white theme.
Rock ’n’ roll
“I have always loved art and design, says Tanya. “They come
naturally to me, and I have a style all my own. I am fascinated with
the artistry, detail and simplicity of black and black, and white on
white, when it comes to accent pieces and furniture for the home. The
only colors in our home are in the circus-theme nursery, a play of
gray and yellow inspired by a crocheted sweater that Romain’s mother
made for him when he was born. It hangs in the room.”
LIGHT from the windows and lamp offset the black accent walls in the
master bedroom and make the space feel airy. Patterned pillows
punctuate the black-and-white scheme.
The furniture and accessories are a mix of old and new. Tanya points
out: “I designed the crib in the nursery, the black couch, the
lounge, and the white mirror. Some pieces have been with me for years,
like the coffee table, dining table, studio day bed. There are pieces
picked up from our travels, like the angel wing dish from the streets
of Hong Kong and the black skull from Lille, France, and the
Fornasetti plates, a gift of Romain from Paris, and souvenirs from
exhibits on the art wall.”
Graphic letters sourced from Binondo are also decorative elements.
“Eat me, drink me” letter blocks are quoted from Rock’s favorite
book, “Alice in Wonderland.” The letters in “rock ’n’
roll” adorn the shelf.
Tanya wisely chooses to invest in new pieces, most of them designer
classics from Dimensione. She keeps a corner decked with the
Neo-Baroque armchair by designer Alessandro Mendini,  juxtaposed
against a black electric fan from Ace Hardware for a quirky touch.
By the window, little Rock has the white duck chair, while Romain
lulls Kato to sleep while sitting on a rocking chair. Both chairs were
designed by Ron Arad. For a French twist, black chandeliers are found
in the dining room and dressing room.
Books, artworks
FURNITURE and accessories have time-worn elegance and a vintage look.
Chairs, tables and cabinets are painted in black or white and don’t
match.
The family is surrounded by books and artworks that are treated like
treasures. The coffee table is stacked with books on art, music and
photography.
“The children have their own coffee-table books as well on
kaleidoscope colors and shapes,” says Tanya. “The children are the
biggest part of our lives, so they are also a big part of the home,
with their very own playground in the living space. Even their toys
are beautiful accent pieces, from Janod and Plan wooden toys to tin
pieces from Paris set in black-and-white wooden blocks from Cirque de
Rock, the theme of Rock’s first birthday party.”
Their choice pieces are very personal: Tanya’s portraits and
sketches of Romain, naturally; photographs by Romain’s friend,
photographer Philippe Salaun, and mentor François Counert; and
souvenirs from museums, such as Helmut Newton’s perspective
photograph of a road, and works by Andy Warhol, Modigliani and Yves
Saint Laurent.
Parenting
Romaine and Tanya are like two peas in a pod. Tanya does styling and
art directing, while Romain sets the images. Their creative online
outlet is RR Magazine, which consists of Tanya’s writings and
Romain’s photographs. “It features radical art and music, rage
fashion and style, rave events and places, raw images and photography,
real people and subjects,” says Tanya.
However, the magazine was sidelined when Tanya got pregnant with Kato
and Romain got busy with more projects. “We will, one day, work on
it again, and we plan to do other artistic projects together as
well,” says Tanya.
THE NURSERY is painted in pale gray. The round mirror, an heirloom
piece, not only visually enlarges the space, but it also makes a
strong focal point.
They run the household more like Westerners—sans nannies. “We
believe that a lot of the values are lost when a child is put in the
care of a nanny, and that some nannies disable children more than
enable them,” says Tanya.
She adds that they chose to be hands-on with their children. “We are
happier that way. I love being with my baby boys, whether it be
cuddling in bed or running around in the park. It can get tiring doing
everything,  but I thoroughly enjoy the time I spend with them.
Tanya says that she and Romain “spoke with, not to” the babies
from the day they were born because they believe “babies
understand.”
The kids enjoy the freedom to make choices and to make mistakes and
learn from them. They are given “alone time” for imagination and
space to explore. They can get dirty and make a mess.
TANYA’S corner: the black Neo-Baroque armchair by designer
Alessandro Mendini coexists with the electric fan from a hardware
store. Terry Guillam’s portraits by Rivierre lend an offbeat mood.
The black chandelier is a typical Parisian.
“Rock can speak and understand English and French,” says Tanya.
“He also knows baby sign language. He can feed himself.  He knows
what he likes and doesn’t like, and he chooses his own outfits to
wear. When he is done playing with something, he puts it back in its
place.”
Romain takes Rock to the park every morning or at the children’s
play area on Bonifacio High Street. At home, he reads to his sons in
French. “I like to share the movies in my life like ‘The King and
The Bird,’ by (French animator) Paul Grimault,” says Romain.
He adds that his family taught him to ask questions, to analyze and be
discerning of the information disseminated by media. He hopes that an
intellectual environment could be instilled at home.
“I can’t define what’s French in this household. Maybe it’s
the ambience, the music, the books and the art,” says Romain.
“French people want to sustain themselves with good food, good
books, good company, and live in a good place.”

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