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Papa Louie has left the pizza shop! It is up to you to take over the business. You are playing as Roy, who must take over the pizzeria and make the orders accurately and on time!\r\n\r\nTo start the game, just click on the \"save slot\" cards. From there on your pizza journey will begin.\r\n\r\nTake the customer's order... Toppings, how long it's to be cooked, how to cut it... Make the pizza... Give it to the customer. If it's done correctly, you get a big tip! Each customer will have slight variations on their orders. They might want their pizza cooked certain amounts, different amounts of toppings, a different amount of slices, a different amount of . . . well, you get it.\r\n\r\nThe real challenge begins when there is more than one customer to deal with at once! You will have to figure out how to prioritize customers and optimize your orders to keep everyone happy. It sounds easier than it is, as orders can get quite overwhelming.\r\n\r\nMake sure to pay attention to the little things as well. Often it can get hard to remember every single thing that the customer wants. Make sure to not only pay attention to what toppings the customers want, but where the toppings go on the pizza, how long the pizza should be cooked, and how they want the pizza cut. If you miss these details, you can seriously miss out on some big tips. If you do all of this quickly, then you should be able to do well in this game.\r\n" } } , { "@type":"Question", "name":"What if I get overwhelmed with orders?", "acceptedAnswer":{ "@type":"Answer", "text":"Our recommendation is to just take a deep breath and not try and rush it too much. If you rush and try and go too fast, then you are more prone to mistakes, which will hurt you more. Remember, slow is smooth, and smooth is fast. If you just try and make your movements short and precise, then your ticket times will start to improve, we can almost guarantee it.




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Make sure to pay attention to the little things as well. Often it can get hard to remember every single thing that the customer wants. Make sure to not only pay attention to what toppings the customers want, but where the toppings go on the pizza, how long the pizza should be cooked, and how they want the pizza cut. If you miss these details, you can seriously miss out on some big tips. If you do all of this quickly, then you should be able to do well in this game.


Connecticut scored twice in the first quarter: on a one-handed 37-yard touchdown reception by wide receiver Kashif Moore and then on a 33-yard field goal after South Carolina failed to convert a fourth-down play at its 32-yard line. Running back Andre Dixon scored for UConn on a 10-yard rush early in the fourth quarter. South Carolina scored its sole touchdown after the game had effectively been decided, on a two-yard run by Brian Maddox.


Dixon was named player of the game, and finished with 126 rushing yards and one touchdown. Connecticut wide receiver Marcus Easley and South Carolina linebacker Eric Norwood were among four players from the teams to be selected in the subsequent 2010 National Football League (NFL) Draft.


In 2010, the PapaJohns.com Bowl selection committee had a contractual arrangement with the Big East and SEC conferences that allowed the committee to pick one team from each conference. The Big East had a contractual bowl bid to the game since its inception in 2006. The SEC agreed to send its ninth bowl-eligible team to the bowl starting in 2008, but did not have enough bowl-eligible teams in either 2008 or 2009 to take advantage of the bid.[5][6] In 2010, the SEC received $900,000 for sending a team to the game, while the Big East received $600,000.[3]


The Big East's contract with the bowl committee stated that the group would make its selection in coordination with the International Bowl and the St. Petersburg Bowl after other Big East-affiliated bowl games made their selections. Conference champion Cincinnati was awarded an automatic Bowl Championship Series (BCS) berth in the 2010 Sugar Bowl. The Gator Bowl had the first pick after the BCS, and selected West Virginia.[7][Note 2] The Meineke Car Care Bowl, which had the next selection, considered both Pittsburgh, which had the better regular-season record, and Rutgers,[8] whose fans had a better traveling reputation;[9] it selected Pittsburgh.[8]


Three bowl-eligible Big East teams remained: Connecticut, Rutgers, and South Florida. The previous two years, Rutgers had played in the 2008 International Bowl and the 2008 PapaJohns.com Bowl.[10] In the same period, South Florida played in the 2007 PapaJohns.com Bowl and the 2008 St. Petersburg Bowl.[11] Connecticut had played in the 2009 International Bowl the previous year.[12] In general, bowl games and conferences prefer to have different teams play in each game each year.[13] Partly because of this, Rutgers went to the 2009 St. Petersburg Bowl, South Florida to the 2010 International Bowl, and Connecticut to the 2010 PapaJohns.com Bowl.[7]


For Connecticut's opponent, the PapaJohns.com Bowl had the right to select a SEC team, but only after all other bowls with contracts with the SEC made their selections. Conference champion Alabama finished No. 1 in the BCS standings and earned a berth to the 2010 BCS National Championship Game. Conference championship game loser Florida took the SEC champion's automatic slot in the 2010 Sugar Bowl, vacant since Alabama was selected to appear in the national championship game. The Capital One Bowl had the next selection and opted for Louisiana State University (LSU). The Cotton Bowl and Outback Bowl selected Ole Miss and Auburn respectively.[Note 3] The Chick-fil-A Bowl, which had the next pick, selected Tennessee. The next selections were shared by the Liberty Bowl and Music City Bowl, which opted for Arkansas and Kentucky, respectively. The Independence Bowl, with the next-to-last selection, picked Georgia, leaving the PapaJohns.com Bowl with the last available bowl-eligible SEC team, South Carolina.[7][14]


The game was the first meeting between the two schools[4] and the first PapaJohns.com Bowl appearance for each.[5] The game was the 30th anniversary of South Carolina's last postseason game at Legion Field, in the December 1979 Hall of Fame Classic, and it was the 20th anniversary of head coach Steve Spurrier's last Legion Field bowl game, with Duke in the December 1989 All-American Bowl.[15]


In the weeks preceding the game, media coverage focused on the tragic circumstances surrounding the Huskies' season. On December 21, 2010, the team was declared the winner of the 2009 FedEx Orange Bowl/FWAA Courage Award, given to a person or team who displayed courage on or off the field, overcame injury or physical handicap, prevented a disaster, or lived through hardship. The award was presented at the 2010 Orange Bowl on January 5, 2011, following the PapaJohns.com Bowl.[66]


Pregame coverage also discussed the performance of Steve Spurrier as head coach of South Carolina. His Gamecock teams had been competitive in the SEC, but were unable to win championships; during his tenure to that point, they had finished no higher than second in the SEC East division. Nevertheless, analysts described him as one of "the game's better minds and motivators" and "still one of the craftiest coaches around".[70] The 2010 PapaJohns.com Bowl marked Spurrier's return to Birmingham; in the United States Football League he competed against the local Birmingham Stallions as head coach of the Tampa Bay Bandits from 1983 to 1985.[71] Legion Field was also the home of the 1992 and 1993 SEC Championship Games; teams coached by Spurrier participated in both contests.[67]


In previous seasons, UConn had been largely dependent on running the ball; the team developed more balance in 2009, ranking 41st of 120 Division I FBS teams nationally in rushing offense and 46th in passing. Marcus Easley's emergence as a productive wide receiver was key to the development of the Huskies' passing attack. A former walk-on who entered the season with only five career receptions, he led Connecticut in receiving in 2009 with 44 catches for 853 yards and eight touchdowns.[70] Quarterback Zach Frazer was inconsistent in the early season. He was injured in the game against North Carolina, but regained his starting role after backup Cody Endres was hurt in the Rutgers game later in the season.[67] In UConn's four games before the bowl, Frazer performed well; he threw six touchdown passes against only two interceptions and helped the Huskies score an average of 41 points per game.[61][62][63][64] Experts felt Frazer would need to have a good performance for Connecticut to have a chance to win.[70]


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