14 Burst results for "Alex Wilson"
"alex wilson" Discussed on WTOP
"From his colleague Alex Wilson. The storm will move off towards the north and east, tracking across Florida weakening as it does so, but moving slowly and bringing heavy rain also tornado risks and strong winds across the Peninsula, then by the end of the week and into the weekend, actually moving into parts of the southeast, bringing the same issues. CBS News, special report. I'm Tom Foden. People were watching the latest still on hurricane Ian. This morning storm team four chief meteorologist Doug camera of the first few hours after the hurricane actually came ashore in southwestern Florida this week. As extremely scary for the people who have seen this come ashore, have family that are in the path. It's extremely scary. It's extremely dangerous. Areas like Tampa Bay, it really, really escaped the worst of this and thank goodness, just two days ago we were so worried about this going on in Tampa, but this was Fort Myers in Fort Myers beach. You've got houses underwater right now. There are now ongoing. I was about to say ongoing rescues, but they're not seeing ongoing rescues because the services can not get in there. The fire department, the military, which right now is ready to go with helicopters, can not get in there because the winds continue Fort Myers has now set an all time record for storm surge at 7 feet, but they're seeing storm surge along the beaches, upwards of ten to 12 feet, and that makes sure that goes right up to the top of the top of her first floor. It started to get into the second floor, and I'm seeing reports now of people that are actually in their attics trying to get out and the only way through an attic is going to be right on through it all the way up to the top of your house. That's something we saw
"alex wilson" Discussed on WTOP
"Producer is teddy galman. Among the top stories we're following for you is we do head into this day together. CBS News special report Florida is anything but a sunshine state after hurricane Ian hit the southwest of the Peninsula as a category four hurricane in mid afternoon. Power started flickering on and off at about 6 a.m.. And it was like a really bad disco tech for a few hours where the lights were on off on and off on and off. Sandra Donald telling of Bonita Springs, she's got a lot of company about 2 million customers now without power. The effects are all over the state Alex Wilson with the weather channel. You're across the central part of Florida. We could see well over a foot easily exceeding even doubling our average September rainfall. Diamond assessments will start in the morning, governor Ron DeSantis. So this is going to be a nasty, nasty day, two days, probably we think now it will be exiting the Peninsula sometime on Thursday. And then likely gain strength again over the Atlantic and come back into Georgia, CBS News, special report on Tom 40th. Meantime, as the remnants of hurricane Ian drench the south, Virginia governor Glen yunkin this week has issued a disaster declaration for his state for The Rain expected over several days beginning on Friday. Anticipating the effects of Ian later this week into early next, governor youngkin is encouraging virginians to have a plan, emergency supplies, and follow official sources for the latest forecast information and guidance. The governor's executive order declaring a state of emergency warns of the likelihood of severe rainfall, flooding, wind damage, tornadoes, and other storm related impacts. Among the preparations underway are activation of the state's emergency operations center and activation of the Virginia National Guard. Dick giuliano WTO news. Storm team fours, chief meteorologist Doug camera says this morning areas near Virginia's beaches could see more severe weather. Areas like Norfolk and Virginia Beach, however, over towards ocean city could see tropical storm force winds and a lot more in the way of rainfall upwards of two to 5 inches of rain down into those regions. Now that's what the latest track, as I mentioned, we're waiting to see what's going on now because this storm still has a long way to go before it makes its way our way. Double DTP has three 33. Continuing coverage on WTO P this morning of hurricane Ian. CBS News national correspondent Chris van cleve was in Tampa, Florida as the store made landfall. We're watching this storm just get worse. In fact, I just saw a piece of debris from a building fly off and land and Tampa Bay looking out across the bay. We've been watching Transformers explode. You see the sky turned green and then a swath of the city loses power. When are getting stronger here, The Rain has been relentless. In fact, they could see a foot or more of rain in addition to whatever the storm surges, maybe four to 6 feet, but right now I'm looking out at Tampa Bay and it is about 8 feet lower than it should be. The storm has sucked all of that water out into the gulf and at some point it's going to push it all back in. Back into Tampa Bay and you may be with an extra four to 6 feet. They're worried about flooding here, but that doesn't compare to the devastation we're seeing down south. Yes, 1.6 million customers at least without power and the storm surge we'd like to focus on Chris, again, you're seeing some of it there in Tampa. Do we need to look at this storm as perhaps one of the most powerful in our nation's history just in terms of storm search? It is likely one of, if not the most powerful, certainly in terms of storm surge, think about this. I'm about 6 feet tall. 18 feet of storm surge is the forecast for some area, somewhere between like Fort Myers and Sarasota. Some part of that stretch of the Gulf Coast could get 18 feet of storm surge. That's three of me. That is a two story home. Most of that home underwater in a place that isn't anywhere near the ocean necessarily. There are a lot of very low lying basically at
"alex wilson" Discussed on WTOP
"Pneuma. CBS News special report about 2 million customers remain in the darkness overnight as a weekend but still dangerous hurricane Ian makes its way northeast. Ian made landfall as a historic category four storm in Southwest Florida near Fort Myers. Correspondent Manuel berch is Ian overtook homes and submerged cars. In Naples, all in trees and down power lines sparked fires and made roads impassable. Ian's top wins now are about 75 miles an hour. It's barely a hurricane but the weather channel's Jim cantore tells us we may actually see our worst storm surge on the backside of Ian as it moves to the northeast tonight. We still got a long way to go. And from his colleague Alex Wilson. A storm will move off towards the north and east, tracking across Florida weakening as it does so, but moving slowly and bringing heavy rain also tornado risks and strong winds across the Peninsula, then by the end of the week and into the weekend, actually moving into parts of the southeast, bringing the same issues. CBS News special report. I'm Tom footy. Thornell, we turned this morning to former broadcaster, Kyle Cassandra. But that works in online media in Orlando on the weather conditions since Ian's arrival in the area. Well, right now I was about to step outside my home to give you the sounds of it, but I got hit in the head with a projectile that branch from a tree. I was like, you know what? It's starting to get just a little too uncomfortable out there. So I stepped back in, but sustained winds are still roughly about 2025, but the gusts are water becoming ferocious now. It's like car going from zero to 60 and that is what's causing the damage just around me about
"alex wilson" Discussed on WTOP
"News special report about 2 million customers remain in the dark tonight as a weakened but still dangerous hurricane Ian makes its way north and made landfall as a historic category four storm in Southwest Florida near Fort Myers, witnessing it there correspondent Manuel berch is. Ian overtook homes and submerged cars. In Naples, all in trees and down power lines sparked fires and made roads impassable. The center of Ian is now in Central Florida. We may actually see our worst storm surge on the backside of Ian as it moves to the northeast tonight. We still got a long way to go. That is the weather channel, Jim cantori. This is his colleague Alex Wilson. The storm will move off towards the north and east, tracking across Florida weakening as it does so, but moving slowly and bringing heavy rain also tornado risks and strong winds across the Peninsula, then by the end of the week and into the weekend, actually moving into parts of the southeast, bringing the same issues. CBS News special report, I'm Tom footy. Virginia has declared a state of emergency with the mid Atlantic region expected to get the remnants of Ian this weekend. Governor Glenn youngkin called for the emergency status to begin Friday in preparation for severe rainfall flooding, wind damage and tornadoes. The governor's emergency declaration says the severe weather is likely to impact roadways, utilities and other infrastructure later this week and into early next week. The governor is also encouraging residents to have emergency supplies on hand, Virginia's department of wildlife resources is also advising boaters to be extra careful. Ridiculous. Storm team forced chief meteorologist Doug camera, says areas near Virginia's beaches could see more severe weather. Areas like Norfolk and Virginia Beach, however, over towards ocean city could see tropical storm force winds and a lot more in the way of rainfall upwards of two to 5 inches of rain down into those regions. Now that's what the latest track, as I mentioned, we're waiting to see what's going on now because this storm still has a long way to go before it makes its way our way. We urge you to stay up to date on hurricane Ian and you can do that here on your weather alert station and at WTO P dot com. Back to Florida where the hurricane is heading inland and it's expected to weaken further through Central Florida and experience still experience rather hurricane force winds. One Florida evacuee who came to the D.C. area was able to escape Tampa yesterday on one of the last flights out. After evacuating her home in St. Petersburg, Florida, Alice honeycutt went to board her flight
"alex wilson" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"He is at permissionless. He is hitting the ground, running over there, trying to find all sorts of fun new crypto projects. Even if you could weather the bear market just by rolling up his sleeves and doing some research. So today I am joined by an awesome guest, pat Duffy, who is a cofounder of the giving block, which is probably the largest crypto related philanthropic effort that definitely I've heard of, but probably in the industry. So we're going to dive into some details. We're going to have a ton of fun, but first off, pat, welcome to the crypto 101 podcast. How are you doing? Doing great. Thanks for having me. Yeah. Very, very pleased to dive into everything that you've been building and I saw that I think it was the 2021 list or the 2022 list Forbes 30 under 30 the impact sector, your name was kind of there at the top of the list. That's pretty cool. Congratulations. Thank you. Yeah, we are very big deal now. We also made the coin telegraph hundred most influential people in crypto, which were actually a lot more pumped on, even though a lot of people know us by name. So that was more exciting, probably with the crypto homies. No, that's really cool. It's always good to kind of get recognition, you know, you've been building this since 2018 and so we're going to kind of dive into what the giving block is and why you're passionate about basically philanthropic efforts. But before we, before we dive into that, let's get a high level just about your background and how you kind of found yourself here in the crypto industry. Yeah, I fell into crypto and nonprofits kind of at the same time. It was just kind of a perfect confluence of events. But I was originally a consultant for the farm industry when I first came out of school, like that was my first gig that I got hired for, and then pretty much immediately opioid crisis broke out and they were like, you want to work on that. And I was like, I would much prefer to not work on the opioid crisis from the farm industry side. So it was like right out of school first job. And I was like, ah, this is not ideal. So looking around for ways to kind of make a lateral move out. And then another farmer consultant who was trying to leave the industry got hired to be the CEO of a nonprofit. It was like, hey, do you want to come do this with me? Because you're working on projects together because I've never run a nonprofit before. And I was like, that sounds cool. So just a guide worked with before trying to figure out the nonprofit industry. And then literally same year, my buddy now cofounder Alex Wilson was like starting to trade crypto, which is like kept bringing it up at parties in a very annoying but kind of interesting way. Guilty. Guilty? Yeah, so this is like, yeah, 2017 crypto guy energy, like the meme where it's like going to the girls, you're at the club. But a lot of interesting stuff. He was just explaining the white
"alex wilson" Discussed on WTOP
"By the exigent temporal scatter I'm Linda kenyon in Washington I hope we don't lose power That's my only concern And the concert of many in the path of a powerful winter storm blizzard warnings are up in at least ten states along the east coast We are going to see that snow really piling up through the afternoon hours That's when you can anticipate those snowfall rates of three four plus inches per hour with those winds cranking across the area that snow will be blowing all around The weather channels Alex Wilson Health officials are keeping their eyes on a descendant of the omicron variant found in more than 50 countries including the United States We're calling it stealth because it does not look like omicron on the PCR test It looks more like delta But it is recognizable on the current test This one is rising right now It is not what we call a variant of concern CBS News medical contributor doctor David agus The CDC says where an N95 mask because the tighter fit provides better protection against the omicron variant But getting those masks not always easy The Biden administration is distributing 400 million non surgical N95 masks across the country Claire and Richard Louie are foster parents in Duluth and have tried a few different stores so far in their search with no luck It'd be nice to get those that are provided by the government to help us out And when they're not available it makes it frustrating WGL TV's Megan packer in Atlanta The democratic led House committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol has issued subpoenas to 14 people in 7 states for their efforts to undermine the 2020 presidential election Here's CBS Scott mcfarlane The committee says it wants information about efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election saying they have information that these people were engaged in some type of effort to cast votes for former president Trump and former vice president Pence despite the fact that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were the winners in their states in November 2020 President Biden's commitment to nominate the Supreme Court's first black female justice will have a lasting effect on law students including child woodley at North Carolina central university school of law Black women are extremely qualified but have been overlooked for so long I'm just like this is y'all's moment This is our moment Kia recalling thousands of vehicles CBS Jennifer Kuiper tells us why He has an airbag control computer cover can come into contact with a memory chip.
"alex wilson" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"I just want to get myself one point for actually getting to be right. You know what? You're so self deprecating. Alex, just a little advice. Say, you know, I knew that back in 2014. See my article. Christopher mims. You're late in the game. Yeah, a little bit Leo. Just thumping here. It's okay. Yeah, 2014, you would have said that, but post rehab need has a much smaller ego. It's a different Alex. It's an improvement. Yes. You were always great. You were always always enjoyed you, Alex. Always. Men's lump together companies like Amazon and Apple, which aren't really lump able. They're different businesses. Yeah. Because Amazon does a vastly larger number of things that are compelled. But his point is Apple wants to. They want to get into cars, they want to do other things too. But my argument, which, again, I'll my chest. I wrote this long before Christopher news ever wrote it. Even before Alex Wilhelm, yes. Vlog before Alex Wilson ever wrote anything like this. Before he was a twinkle in the eye, go ahead. A self-driving car is a supercomputer and a robot. Yeah. And actually, that's what Tim Cook I think said is it's a robot. We're building robots. Apple is in the artificial intelligence business. And in the consumer electronics business, it's going to be a content consumption device as much as it is at conveyance. And so if Apple did ordinary gas guzzling cars with no sophisticated computers, yes, that would be a different business. But the future of self-driving cars, the car that apple's actually working on is a lot more like a lot more like an iPhone. Then a car is true. Cook, we were talking about this on MacBook weekly on Tuesday. Cook doesn't see himself as getting into the car business. He saves himself as getting into the autonomous robot business that autonomy is what they're interested in. Cars is just one manifestation of that. That's kind of that's a much bigger ambition. So I think, well, currently apple is not an Amazon territory, but they'd like to be. They'd like to diversify. The biggest area that they're getting into that is unrelated to business is finance. So the whole platinum card and all that stuff, I think that there's a huge future for Apple in doing banking, essentially. Alex Lindsay keeps wondering why they haven't turned apple card and Apple Pay into a bank. Alex, all I know from banks that I learned in the TV show billions. Well, I'm sure that's representative. But I think mister elga is dead on that there is a large future for them there, because people have shown a willingness to give Apple control over parts of their finance. We trust in the TV show. Billions. Owning a bank was a completely different kind of business because of regulators. Like Paul Giamatti, like Paul Giamatti, yeah, he's tough. And then there's that, then there's the, oh, I don't know. It's a complicated question. Go to my kids school. No kidding. FYI, I see him. I love him. He's a great actor. As David, if he read the article that said, he is the tinkerbell to axelrod's Peter Pan. I'm just curious. He has a probably does. Probably does. Is this how most people feel when people bring about bring up like NFTs? Because I have no idea that we're doing this on purpose. Yes. Doing this to you on purpose. What you don't have a showtime subscription? Come on. I refuse to watch capitalism, or you have enough of it during the day. I got to, I don't need to watch succession to realize that love. The companies are run by asmat. I love success. You know why? Because these guys are so they're wealthy, they're the Murdoch clan basically. They're multi multi multi billionaires. And their lives are so dreary and horrible and miserable. And I just love that about it. Sure you can buy your own island, but you're miserable on it. That's what I like to hear. So I watched the first episode and gave up. So shout out to you for your kids better. It's even better. So giphy so what is Facebook going to do? Are they going to divest? I don't know. I don't think anyone knows quite yet. But I think it will be illustrative, but you're really asking their Leo is when you get hit with something like this. What is the big tech response? And I don't think we really have a Playboy. It's just the beginning. And just disable. I mean, just for this particular instance, can they just disable it in the UK? And would that be enough? That's what I've heard. That's what I've heard. You can disable giphy, big deal, but would the UK then take arms against metal? Because the nuclear option would be, oh, what are they going to block Facebook on ISPs across the land? They would never go that far. I'm sure Mark Zuckerberg would love it. That would be the best thing. It's just like when Google said to Spain, well, you don't want Google news. You don't get Google news. And Spain capitulated. I think go ahead, UK government. Challenge trying to think about how you're seeing how your voters feel about that. Between Zuckerberg and Boris Johnson, who would you rather have one a cage match? I'm really struggling. I would like to see them both in the cage match. Yeah, to be clear, but who would you root for? It's kind of like, I don't know, mutual assured destruction, I guess. Speaking of which the Russians, this is crazy. When people put the word crazy in Russians together. The first time, first time ever. The Russians are threatening criminal charges against a NASA astronaut. They say drilled a hole intentionally in the International Space Station because they were homesick, Ross cosmos, the Russian space corporation has completed an investigation into the whole feminist Soyuz spacecraft while docked to the ISS in 2018. They've all along said, we think it was Serena onion Chancellor who wanted to go home, so intentionally drilled a hole in her spacecraft. The NASA says we have cameras on all of the astronauts during the time this must have happened when the leak was detected. They were nowhere near this, NASA thinks it was the Russians building the Soyuz that made a mistake. They screwed up and they covered it up and they're covering it up. Crazy, man. The best part of the story though, in the actual RS technical piece, there's a section called Russian provocations. And the first since its reads, the reality is that these Russian attacks are indeed false. Just I love the fact that it's this is all the way to the crap. Yeah. And then the Chinese, or I'm sorry, the Russian military that shot its own satellite testing their anti satellite ballistic missiles, creating debris, which forced the astronauts to shelter for two hours because they were afraid that debris would hit the ISS. Oh, this is like having a crazy neighbor..
"alex wilson" Discussed on Unreserved
"Or however they want to name themselves? I think a lot of it is that we still live in the haunting specter of settler colonialism, one to kind of go back to the dawning of powers on turtle island such as the painter George catlin, who depicts the literal hunting of two spirit people and called to spirit people the most disgusting thing he's ever seen in quote unquote Indian country flash forward to residential schools, and these are conversations I've had to have with fatherly figures in my life, asking them to unthink and unpack their homophobia, their fem phobia, their transphobia. And I think a lot of that comes from a lot of discussions that we haven't yet had about residential schools, which are so detailed around same sex sexual assault. And I think that that really helped demonize what we might call in digit queerness now. And I think we're doing a lot of those conversations. I've had folks tell me that Johnny appleseed helped them have conversations with their own family. And so it's hard difficult work. And I think we're doing it. We've done it, and we will continue to unpack and make space for our two spirit and digital kin because we need them more than ever. Absolutely. I was speaking with Alex Wilson about this idea of two spirit Ness and what it means in our community. And she talked about coming in. Of course, there are two parts to a circle, the inside and the outside. And right now, the queer people gay people, LGBT, indigenous people, are missing still. Why do you think that is? Why is so difficult for indigenous communities to accept that we are part of that circle and that we have been taken out? I think a lot of it has to do with, again, that residential school narrative. And I think a lot of it also has to do with who we sent her and who we uphold. I made this as no shade. I have the highest level of respect for these folks, but indigenous cis men have been given the most precedent to healing throughout the TRC conversations in grassroots work. We still acknowledge MMI W are missing and murdered indigenous women girls and two spirit people, but in larger international in terms of thinking about nations, indigenous nations, I see that twos dropped off all the time. So I think that's been and it will be a lifelong journey slash conversational battle of mine is to really drill into the heads of folks that the longer you make us way, the marble die off, and we are being murdered at accelerated rates. And we have incredibly high indigenous youth suicides, many of whom are two spirit or queer, and we don't have the time to wait to have that conversation. We need to have it now because these folks will be leaders in our future. Absolutely. And you have allowed that conversation because of your amazing book, Johnny appleseed. In fact, at one Canada reads, right? And in the lead up to Canada reads, you spoke with gonorrhea actor devery Jacobs, who championed your book. And we're just going to play part of that conversation. I'm sure you remember it. I'm queer I'm going away. I'm going to get harder. So I'm a queer Mohawk woman. And sometimes it feels like these two things can't exist and they can't intersect especially when it comes to the work that I'm doing. And in your novel, Johnny says I played straight on the res in order to be Indian.
"alex wilson" Discussed on Unreserved
"That. So I love it. Coming in ceremonies. Let's have them from now on. Right next to the moon launch. Alex, thank you so much for joining us today. What an amazing conversation. You're the smartest person I know. Thank you, Rosanna. Alex Wilson is from the opacity at creation in Manitoba and is a professor.
"alex wilson" Discussed on Unreserved
"Back when I first moved to the big city, oh, about 20 or so years ago, one of the first Friends I made was Alex Wilson. I was in my 20s and only just coming out or as coming in. That's a term she coined. Alex as a doctorate of education in psychology. She's devoted her career to understanding two spirit identity. How it's rooted in the land and why coming in as a two spirit person is a uniquely indigenous experience. Welcome to the show Alex. My friend, my friend. I see hello. I'm honored to be here. Well, let's begin with getting to know you a little bit. You grew up in the opacity at creation in Manitoba. What was your experience growing up as someone who is attracted to the same gender? Well, great question and going back along way. Yeah, I'm from a pasqua at creation. And, you know, I always thought that I just had this normal kind of childhood playing outside and building for trapping little animals, you know, as we were taught when we were little and in many ways it was normal. But it's when I went to school that I started to see that maybe I was a bit different than other kids. Yeah, and what were those what were those instances where you realized that you were being treated differently? One of the first things I remember is we lived in town for a year, and so I was able to walk home for lunch at lunchtime. And I want time I was invited home. This was in grade one by one of my classmates. Because she got a new paint set. And we got to her house and before we went in, she said, oh, wait here. I have to ask if you're allowed in. Which I thought, okay. All right. So she went in and asked her grandma if I could come in and then she came out and said, oh, sorry, my grandma said there's no Indians allowed and in the house. Oh, wow. So at that point I recognized and understood like on a emotional visceral level that there was something about my identity and my family and my community that wasn't being seen as equal. And I guess today we would call those microaggressions. So many of us have many, many examples of those. But later on when I was a bit older, like maybe ten or 11, we had on ocean we had these community dances that they weren't powers, but they were just get togethers and everyone was kind of dancing and elders are sitting around the edge kind of watching and clapping. Visiting. And one of my little Friends stopped me from dancing and said, oh, quit dancing like a boy. So I stopped and I thought, okay, well, what does that mean? What is that? You know, how am I dancing like a boy? So, you know, I understood that maybe she was trying to protect me or maybe she was trying to regulate me. But the impact was that I internalized that there was something wrong with the way that I was just being myself. But the other thing that happened at that same time was that the elders were watching and they just said, oh, never mind, just be yourself. So there was that kind of narrative that I internalized as well. Yeah. And then by the time I got to high school, I recognized that not only was there kind of a gender monitoring going on and racial kind of racism. And then it also included sexuality and I always wore hockey skates at home like we had a little creek behind her house so I played hockey all the time and so in high school when we had skating, I brought my hockey skates and the teacher said to me, well, you can't wear voice skates because people will think you're a Dyke. And so that was kind of jarring, but also that was a galvanizing moment for me when I realized that there is an interconnection of all these forms of oppression that are continually being negotiated by us as two spirit people, even though I'm pretty sure that teacher was a dick herself. But that's for another discussion. We're going to have to call her after the show and see what's going on. Yeah. So my experience is help me kind of understand the bigger picture, I guess. And also always being cognizant of these forces that were happening in society and how they're enacted on us as people. And when you say galvanized you and you realize the big picture, how to recognizing those very three very serious things. And things that might take others a while to figure out, how did that treatment affect how you interacted with the world? The way I did it, I mean, there's healthy ways and then there's lots of healthy ways. So I mean, you internalize these messages and you think like you're just not good enough. But then also and I think this is where the connection to culture and man comes in is that always gives you a place to be connected to so that you are always a part of that. And you know, even the way that we introduce ourselves has to do with how we're connected to our umbilical cord to the land soil possibly Nina is like where my umbilical cord connects. So that we have that place and that connection, that relationship that is positive. Yeah. And it definitely want to unpack that deepness there. You're getting a little deep on me here. But let's back it up a little and explore what this term that we're talking about today. This idea, this concept, this identity to spirit. What does the term two spirit main as you understand it? Well, I know there's a lot of variation on what it means, but in general, I think the term is a self descriptor that's used by indigenous people to recognize that there's a diversity of sexuality and gender within our cultures. So if you're talking about a circle, which is often the model that's used as an example or as the framework, there are two sides to a circle. There's being in the circle and there's not being in the circle. To that. So, you know, there's a whole range of diversity within humans. And his spirit recognizes and validates that. So it's a modern term that recognizes our ancient understandings of our identity. Oh, I love how you put that. That is the beautiful way to put it. In fact, you wrote one of the first studies on the term. Several, let's say a couple decades ago. Give or take. On the term two spirit and what it means to indigenous people, what did you find in that very early study? Yeah, well, just to give the context for why I started doing the research.
"alex wilson" Discussed on Dan Albano's podcasts on Trinity League football and SoCal water polo
"Yeah you got these. Outstanding wide receivers more more is an impact a junior recent transfer before the season even though got low sow ties. He's out stating got fifteen receptions already for two hundred and fifty nine yards their top receiver and other junior committed to oklahoma to oklahoma dmed. That's mikhail lemon. He's got twenty five catches already for over four hundred yards and he's got five touchdowns so there's two big Target another guy. I really like alex wills. He's a senior. He's got eleven catches for two hundred and forty four yards and two touchdowns in one. You concentrate a lot on mci lemon and the more you you can't forget about how good alex wilson he goes under the radar and i've even been guilty of. Maybe not giving alex will do. And it can happen so outstanding in defensively they've been playing very scrappy you know. They've been winning a couple of close games. They coming off a really close game buchanan. Very exciting game. A lot of i think it was eight lead changes in that game but this is a very talented low team. One of the most talented teams that they've had one interesting guy on defense they have a utah. State committed defensive. Lineman adam thomson on tamasek. He's got four and a half sacks already he's the guy to watch out. They have a very active linebacker gerardo. Who's got three and a half sacks but scotty your mind. Could this be the game of the week. I want to kind of keep it on that. But what do you think of my case here. You're right there You know just going to say that. Because i think everyone has their. I probably everyone's game of the week. You know this is gonna be that test. They are gauged to see where low saucepans. And i'm not talking. Just county rankings. Because we go more depth in on the offensive skills because loselle has the skills to compete with trinity teams. But you know it stalls but those close close. You know people in the program that i've talked to say they don't have the boys in the trenches too wide though. Sal you know isn't on the same par or why they didn't take decided to take on. Md survival vasco. But yet instead. They're taking on the santa margarita team at the time probably wasn't among the league's elite. But if you look at loselle players you know on the front side. They're not small. You know they're all about six three six four there raged you know. I think. Only one guy robert helton's three twelve you know. But he's the only three hundred but they are bigger than most And that they just may not have the death so they do. Have some guys on the line. You mentioned thomson with that offer. You know their sin brennan you know. He's not he's arranging guy but they're very talented up front on both sides of the ball. So you know so. I think the griffin's are better off than most people thought you know and you know they played close games with winning teams lincoln and became. But i think the rest are combined Windless so you know but in the end i think these are the five keys to the game number one. You can the eagles Dairy runnin cover with low cells receivers to your will los matchup physically in the trenches. Three will santa margarita be able to utilize their short passing game versus low. Sow speed is the secondary because these guys will close faster on those short routes for when needed can pottery consistent with down till passing and five. Santa margarita will need to run to be successful than that three yards per. You know if the eagles have to rely on being one-dimensional it could be in trouble. I would be surprised if either team won. Because i think that's how close this was gonna be. I think it's very close very telling game pillows out a win this thing. that's my. That's my feeling. Because i think of their skill and their athleticism wide receiver and the skill positions. But there's still if now. If if i knew if we knew update about they gauge grant and foyer are very important players for santa margarita. The physicality department. I think a game a game like this. Yeah i wanted to about linebackers. Who's going to be making tackles on some of this stuff and that's going to be on loselle to. There's going to be those. I mentioned earlier. Those tight ends are going to be. Those are that could be. That's a difficult match. They're going to have guys that. Come up and make those tackles as they're dealing with the wide receivers of santa margarita too so that diversity in the attack i think can be problematic for could be problematic for low sal. They have a couple tight. Ends for sm who you pick and scott if you had to pick it lasalle okay. I think if low wins this one and this is they're they're less nonleague game. It seems like there could be headed to the division one. elite playoffs. If they're going to run the table in the sunset like they did last year. What do you think if they win this. You think they're headed to d one d one. Okay so what if santa margarita. How about this. I also thought about this. Santa margarita wins and they get third. They get four in the treaty league. I mean is there any way that tree league is getting four into the division one or they there you think that if they just have too many losses and they get picked up for d. One the question. I have and i've had this discussion with with some of With some of the other is it going to be sixteen teams or is it going to be the eight. Because i can't figure if anybody has confirm whether or not they're gonna do like the was like the open where we just a or if it's going to be like six doctor that Fooled top sixteen is. I've heard that if that you know so bad depending on. If it's aver sixty that's going to be very different sold. I have written about that. And i have to look it up here. I'll try to get that get that to us. I know i have talked about that. I'm looking at as we speak. But i'll hopefully bill find here before the end of the show Sky here's another game. I think contends for game of the week there is. It's a good week four. How 'bout survey again. We said you know three. No but they're taking on a talented sear canaan team on the road there back in the valley pierce college. And that's here. Kinen team is coming off a by the roy. Struggle against centennial. When they played a showcase game down and seeing eagle a couple of weeks ago. But i mean do you think this has a potential to be a A game the week. I think this is also going to be the bally's Formerly known as fox game of the week yes it.
Team USA Beats Tunisia 3-1 in Men's Volleyball
"But the United States woman captured another four medals in the pool on Wednesday Katie Ledecky widely respected as the world's best long distance swimmer earned the gold in the women's fifteen hundred meter freestyle which made its Olympic debut this year the crime might not be my best times but I'm still really really happy to have a gold medal around my neck right now her teammate Erica Sullivan finished just behind her to grab the silver and Americans Alex Wilson Kate Douglas finished two three earned the silver and bronze in the two hundred meter individual medley the men didn't have the same like finishing off the podium and fourth in the four by two hundred freestyle relay Caleb Dressel was not picked to swim on that relay team I'm Danny cap
Yelich's 14th homer helps Brewers beat Mets 8-6
"Yelich hits it in the air team right field. Racing back. His Conforto that all changes here yelich goes deep and the brewers lead at five zero one he is now tied for the most home runs before may first in major league history that is his fourteenth Dinger of the year in the fifth inning is the brewers. Take a five one lead to the bottom of the fifth with one out Pete Alonzo gets a basic here comes Robinson canal Woodruff's pitch ground ball to third could be to shot to second for one Arshi is the first time and the brewers turn the double play and eating is over. Second time Robinson knows involved in a double play. He had these strike them out. Throw him out earlier on brewers would add to their lead in the top of the sixth inning. Robert gazelle machine comes on to pitch I battery faces. Hey, Seuss Aguilar. He strikes out. But then Ben gambled. Doubles Lorenzo Cain lined up to the second hour of the day intentionally walked Christian yelich to get to Mike loose dacas. Basell brings home the pitch and Mushtaq is ground. Paul left side that's gonna get through into left field. Gambles around thirty is gonna try to score. No throw coming and move stock is drives in another. It's six to one brewers. Brandon Woodruff would be done after five innings. He gives up just one run on six hits junior. Garrett comes into pitch in the sixth inning throws a scoreless. Six brewers would get into a little bit of trouble though in the seventh inning. Alex Wilson comes onto pitch ipad or he faces. I'm Ed Rosario Rozario for two and hope for five the series. It's one torch right-center long run, Lorenzo Cain. Over as head. And this one is going to be gone all run for a metro sorrow and the Mets at around at sixty two next hitter. Travis d'arno pitch from Wilson ride in the left field line is headed for the corner. It's a fair ball off the wall gamble gets too quickly. Fires into second base. Here's at the tag is in time. They got Dr no not perfect draw from Ben Gammel. Yeah. They get them at second that ends up being a huge play, especially when you consider how the rest of this ending would go down. Dominic. Smith comes up as a pinch hitter. He would walk and that would end the day for Alex Wilson. Alex Claudio comes in would give up a base hit Jeff mcgeough or there's also a throwing error on the play next hitter. After that as pita Lonzo. Here's the pitch. Fly ball field. Gambled back. This ball is gone. He Alonzo homerun. Number nine and just like that. It's a one run game. Yes. Six five. So that's where Dr no being out at second really has a big role in this game in the way it was going so one run game. But the brewers would get some more insurance in the top of the eighth inning. Greece. Kamilia comes into pitch for the Mets per battery phases. Ben gamble. He walks Lorenzo Cain. Then gets Basit runners on at the corners for Christian yelich on yelich pitch chopper. First base side. It is a fair ball gambles coming home. He's gonna score yelich beats the Piat. I it's an infield single. The brewers at a run at seven five canes at second wild pitch by juries familiar. Cain would move to third after might moussaka strikes out swinging. The next hitter is yes, Monte GRANDE. All familiar throws runner. Takes office swinging about off the glove of Amelia canes, coming home. He's going to score as Grondahl is out at first base yellow pages in scoring position. Mission. It's an RBI ground for Grondahl and a huge run scores again. Eight five brewers Mets would start shipping away again though in the bottom of the eighth inning. Jeremy Jefferson comes onto pitch. The first battery faces JD Davis. He walks Brandon Nimmo than singles and the next hitter. After that is I'm Ed Rosario Jeffers throws lupin wider base hit field.
Boston Red Sox's Mookie Betts outshines New York Yankees Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton
"To you my friend hello again labral body well business as usual for the t grades last night there in cleveland game two of the series with the tribe and they fall short to one the final indians get to win it was roberto parray's leading off with a home run in the eighth offer lever alex wilson mr wilson by the way took the loss he's oh and two i digress the tigers getting great starting pitching to kick off this twenty eighteen campaign but i'll tell you this jamar candelaria and an rbi double in the seventh that was the tigers i run in twenty three innings need i say more great night for candelaria by the way three doubles he was also hit by a pitch matthew boyd what a gem of a performance one run in seven innings of work the indians continue to win but they are banning a major league low one fifty eight but they have dominated the tigers nine straight wins for cleveland over the detroiters as a matter of fact the tribe twenty nine and ten against detroit since the start of the two thousand sixteen season alright they will conclude the series six ten tonight jordan zimmerman on the hill for the league list ears no decision as if yet era of eight point seven one but i will tell you this because it's my job he has faced cleveland five times in his career he has owned four area of ten point eight indians will send out the veteran carlos carrasco he has to know era slightly elevated if you don't mind me saying at five point four zero if not for intermittent drizzle last night television cameras would have been focused on twin new york yankee slugger aaron judge giancarlo stanton as they took aim at the green monster and batting practice instead a few hours later viewers were treated to the mookie betts show as the boston red sox renewed their age old rivalry with the stanks bets put for performance for the ages in a fourteen one red sox route he punctuated a four or five night with a grand slam in the nine run sixthinning that's became only the second player ever with at least four hits five runs and four rbi in a game against the stanks joining ken griffey junior dan on may twenty fourth nineteen ninetysix these sports memorabilia world is buzzing over angels pitcher and slugger shohei ohtani on monday night his autograph tops rookie card sold for six thousand seven hundred twenty five dollars a year after judge was compared.