Dick’s Sporting Goods Earnings Call Nuggets: Sales Performance and Market Share
Brian Nagel – Oppenheimer: The first question I wanted to ask is just on sales and maybe from a bigger picture perspective. But as I listen to you talk about the sales by category. Having followed DICK’S for a while, it seems to me that the underperformers and the outperformers are still – are largely the same as they’ve been for a while, but the sales performance of the Company is deteriorating. So, the question I have is, is that right. And then behind the scene and putting aside any type of near term or recent weather disruptions. Is there something else inflecting for the negative that’s causing a further deterioration in your top line results?
Edward W. Stack – Chairman and CEO: We don’t think so, this is – in the second quarter we are so reliant upon the Golf business and that Outdoor category is a big part of our business, and as we said those are the categories that were really difficult this year compared to last year and they accounted for 3.3% of our 330 basis points of sales reduction. So, we don’t see that there is something fundamentally an issue with the business, we just – we kind of hit the perfect storm, we’re not happy about it, but we really feel that we’ve hit the perfect storm. We do think the consumer is somewhat cautious. So that’s the other difference that we see right now is that we do feel that the consumer is going to continue to be cautious, and is also we’ve all heard about what the housing business is doing, what the auto business is doing, and we’re probably right now not at the top of the food chain from a consumer spend standpoint, but there is nothing fundamental inside our business that really concerns us.
Brian Nagel – Oppenheimer: If I can just follow up just on markdowns. Your gross margin has held up well in the quarter. As we look at back half of the year and maybe in light of the guidance you gave, is there an assumption of more aggressive markdowns assuming that sales could stay soft (indiscernible) clearing some product?