17 Burst results for "Augusta State"

"augusta state" Discussed on Case Closed

Case Closed

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"augusta state" Discussed on Case Closed

"Am on monday june sixteenth twenty fourteen andrea schneiderman walked out of prison after serving twenty two months of her five year sentence she left with a fat bank balance custody of her children the support of her parents an uneasy truce with her inlaws but it will never really be over for her and always will linger the question if it weren't for her behavior in greenville and longmont mont in london over email and text and cell phone would rusty still be alive were there truths too painful for her to confront her family to the police to herself for now she insists these institutions of authority spare turn no mercy for her trauma and stripped care of her liberty for crimes she says she never committed to the end she remained a woman wrestling lift contradictions we end this case one hundred and thirty miles east of atlanta at augusta state medical prison hani's prison it's a medical institution where the fraud history and the highest numbers in the state first serious attacks between inmates guards nurses other inmates no one is immune from slaps punches and harassment here hammy lives here for the rest of his life heavy newman's a.

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"augusta state" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"augusta state" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Wherever you are. However, you're watching or listening. We welcome you to the show about word, Inari, people doing extrordinary things to change the world. And we begin today my adopted home state of South Carolina and west Columbia with Philip of the name of Sean Mathis. Now he is the assistant principal at airport high school in west Columbia, South Carolina, and he's, he's spent his year. Not just doing the typical things and assistant principal does, but going above and beyond, we welcome him to world changers. Now how you doing, Sean? How's everybody doing today? Well we're all great on this end. So I understand that you just completed your first year as the system principle there at, at airport high school. And so. The last school year in your first year in that role you looked around the school, and you saw a need that you could uniquely. Phil among the student body in what was it? Yes. Aw. Couple of students at, at the beginning of the school year, and I noticed after about three or four weeks into school. You know, they haven't had a haircut or have been groaned since the first day of school. So, you know, with my background and my history of being a Barbara, you know, I'll say why not bring my chair my office in at off of that as an incentive to school. You know that, that's the initial thought that occur. What did you what did you principle say when you came up with this idea, you say he was principal. I knew first year assistant principal. I'd like to haul a barber Jair into my office. And start cutting students here what, what are the principles say? I'll he thought it was unique in outside the box thinking, he was he acting Kerr's date. I, he was like, whatever you need to get it. Get it set up. You know, just let him know and he'll be hall for because it's something he's never seen heard of before. He's been a principal for almost twenty plus years, and education. So he, he was he was very enthusiastic about it. And tell me again, we're talking to Sean Mathis. He's assistant principal at airport high school in west Columbia, South Carolina, Sean, tell me a little bit about your journey. How did you go from being a barber to, to working in education? Oh man. It it's funny because my senior year in college, I was supposed to I got all I got cleaners from my adviser that I was done with all my classes and undergraduate undergraduate classes, I was cleared all of my classes, and then I got a letter from the dean by the last week of school Senate, incomplete, some English course that's you supposed to complete your freshman year and you know expressed unless they, hey, I have clear to my vice all my classes and criticized complete he like, unfortunately, I'm sorry. He missed informed you etcetera etcetera etcetera? And that was our upset because I had a job lined up at a hospital down to Hilton Head, which I was interested in going because my undergraduate major was exercise science. So instead of wasting time a whole semester, one class the rest of the evening, I have not quite class or the rest of the day, I signed up for Barbara course and I was like fifteen twenty minutes down the road. It was a tray my family's is big on having trays something that's going to be valuable and always always use. So I, I was like, I don't know if I'm gonna like it, it's going to be it's weird. You know, but as soon as I got into the signed up, not bought my first pair clippers and I enjoy it witnessed the atmosphere, experience atmosphere. It was something that I fell in love instantly, you know, the people the last enjoy the come rotary the stories, you know, the, the instant gratification of seeing someone confidence change within twenty minutes as the haircut is going on the deep conversation in the unique people that you meet each and every day that was just thrilling from me. So I started that must seen in my my senior. Year undergraduate? But that carried over into my graduate classes at Augusta state university, and that actually helped me pay pay for college on grad school so working in the shop between our classes and, and night and going to people houses, and cutting hair and just different facets of paying for books paying for gas and getting through graduate school, then 'cause my graduate degree was in education master's in art, and teaching so I'm undergraduate degree. And I continue that started teaching after I graduated so talk today and then in the evenings at the school was, I went to the barber. Shop start cutting hair in the evening from four to seven four to eight or ten wish there was for tonight, almost like a high school student. Having a going day and then going to McDonald's and file twelve five ten it was similar to the aspect, but you get more money per hour from here. It's part of your life, really since since college. It sounds like one of the things you said, Sean, that that's true. Is that there's a camaraderie, there's some sort of connection we often have when we're sitting in the barber chair where we where we talk about things with barber and get to know them. Talk to me about how you know, in this environment that you created, and they're in your office assistant, principal at airport high school in whisk, Olympia, South Carolina how, maybe in the process of cutting students hair, you've been able to, to form a more of a connection with that student, maybe on a different level. On what I've noticed about this generation of students is they want genuine, people for them. They say real. They won't real people. People who don't have to who not. Who not filling position just for the position they wanted to actually know who the person is no, you know, the everyday things in see you actually grow developed with them. So to the authenticity, that you have, they, they kinda gravitate to you, in a sense that's from my perspective. And when you haven't been to chair versus me behind my desk to different people in the sense because you've put on different hats. So the kids able to see a different side of me when I'm behind the chair, because it's not really any rigid type of, there's no structured conversation has to like while you're in school. This kind of structured on academics and behavior and goals. And, but in the chair, it can kinda is very fluid so can go from girls to, to investments to this class. And I'm struggling with to reading. A book in the chair. It, it, it varies depending on the atmosphere in the room at the moment. So it's, you know it's very addictive, I guess you could say. Now. All right. So you talked about investing. You're doing something unique with these kids. Right. So the teaches them a little bit about money. What does that? Yeah. So after I had students in my class in my mom and my office, and they were coming on daily basis and wasn't charging him anything because our my I just for the love Barbara, I just I didn't feel the need to charge them anything. But I was thinking since they will usually get a haircut or they were, you know, they hope to get a haircut frequently I was trying to express some of the parents, they, hey, this, we can do, I won't charge us do anything to get a haircut. However, they can they need to come. Give me twenty dollars per haircut. And what I'm gonna do with open an account in their name and deposit at twenty dollars and to their own Bank account, every time you get a haircut so. Of course of the year, you know, if you do twenty dollars a month. That's you know, that's what one hundred and forty bucks that they can have so over the course of the year. I'm gonna teach them a little bit about saving money investing stocks IRA's because if you started early age putting money away in those different types of investments, just a little bit of money, and I sent a lot, you don't have a lot of money, you start very small, by the time you get, you know, forty fifty years old. You could be a millionaire easily very easily. But 'cause I never I was never taught that that early in my life about those simple investments. So I was trying to introduce it early to the parents into the students at the time just to get them to think outside the norm that they see every day. So. Yeah. They, they call an adulting now, teaching how to engage in, in adulting. We have little less than a minute. Tell me quickly where does it go from here for you? Do you keep doing this next year? Yeah. I'm gonna I'm gonna tell him to do it. Hopefully we get the barbeque program here at what's going to be educate center, and eventually, I wanna get like a bar 'boring shop that the current students in the district are able to graduate from and actually.

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"augusta state" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Here that's let's get an augusta state patrick read go the state yeah shortwhile yes send me an augusta state hat won national championships and they toss them right now you suspended from that he was tossed from georgia from georgia so let me get to the actual beginning of the show which is the boston celtics winning last night the boston celtics playing without kyrie irving and playing without jalen brown forget gordon hayward wasn't played all year they're playing without two of their best their best player and maybe their second or third best player they get twenty nine points from terry rozier on seven threes they get ten or twelve shooting from our horford and twenty six points they get twenty eight points from jason tatum que they shot seventeen of thirty six from three which is great and the other team philadelphia shot five of twenty six so this is why boston won the game i think and i could be wrong i think this is the best boston is going to play i mean i think they played way over their heads jalen brown coming back we'll help marcus smart appeared to be hurt last night he's got a bad thumb i think that philadelphia's should be favored i would love to see boston win this is being touted as another seventy sixers celtics rivalry it is not they don't have that star power you can say all you want that the night they had is comparable to the knights of mikhail and bird and paris you can say that and it is one night but these are not the same players say well well coached team a team that accepts coaching which a lot of teams don't players think they're too good to be coached.

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"augusta state" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Sportscenter allnight on espn radio and the espn app the bras bread or loved one today with a bouquet from one eight hundred flowers dot com when you order a dozen multicolored roses for only twenty nine ninety nine you get another dozen absolutely free go to one eight hundred flowers dot com slash espn back which sportscenter allnight on espn radio and the espn app i am jim baskerville masters champ patrick reid became the sixth player to win a major and world golf championship by the age of twenty seven despite playing his college golf and augusta add at the university of georgia re didn't exactly have the crowd behind him at augusta national nasr depicted by ian o'connor on espn dot com he may fit the role of villain as he was kicked off that georgia team and nearly voted off as augusta state team for offenses that ranged from an arrest for underage drinking to alleged cheating infractions this is why despite winning back to back national titles at augusta state and slipping on that green jacket it didn't move the needle for the locals will cain on the idea that read is now a winner and villain isn't it fascinating how villains are more interesting to people than heroes villains are complex villains have layered very rarely is a villain just a simple easy to hate character who do you wanna watch and star wars luke skywalker kylo ren who's more interesting darth vader earl be one kenobi be honest villains are interesting golf has its villain and.

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"augusta state" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And he talks so much noise because he could back it up at the writer go yeah i was completely okay with him running his mouth that now thing what he won the master's last year the ground sook at augusta patrick we'd wins and was if somebody gave him the ultimate golf clap and it wasn't good for a guy winning his first major i didn't understand it freddie and i'd known a little bit of patrick reads backstory now going i'm talking about you know at augusta university not even georgia i didn't know about the georgia university stuff and if you don't know he was accused of stealing from a teammate allegedly and cheating in a competitive round against the teammate allegedly and he was kicked off georgia's team and then he goes to augusta state university back there analogous augusta university university that's what it is and he is almost pundit off that team by now you know personal coach josh gregory he makes his home in dallas texas former coach also smu where he played college golf and josh gregory gave him a big old talking to like dude if you don't get your you know what together now then what you could be is never going to be and he really did and now he's a masters champion and he two years ago he is literally the he had the nickname of captain america that was his nickname after he helped keep the ryder cup in remarkable fashion here at hazeltine and they're good old usa he's beloved two years ago freddie i mean the most memorable moment as is roy mcelroy draining this putt that was a million yards long and then right after that who comes back and you're not taking this whole buddy and gave gives them the decamping matombo finger wag he's beloved by how at the wall these stories we're talking about right now a lot of people knew these stories on the first tee in the final round when he has the lead at augusta for the masters when rory mcilroy freddie is it's cheers from golf valhalla in as you mentioned patrick read okay yeah come on now really where did it pretty much.

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"augusta state" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A one nice congratulations and i'm just wondering like was that from the stories they read were they influenced by the stories they even know like if you're a real golf and even know more than we do are there people there from augusta who know a lot more than anybody else would would know because you know they were there when he was maybe at augusta state and he no they know more so i don't know i decided and then he could have if he wanted to not saying he has to his job as he said to go out there and win golf tournaments they asked about his parents and it goes like my job to go out there and win golf tournaments whatever i mean that's i can understand not wanting to get into that family stuff everybody yeah it's like i don't know but but when somebody has asked him why don't people like you i don't care i don't care if you're like me or not but that could have been a mall freezing that could have been a moment to say you know what i what i could be honest you'd have to ask them i'm not really sure you know i'm not sure maybe i could try to be more likable i don't know i just tried to go out there and you know win golf tournaments and i just don't but he seemed a little arrogant like even at that like oh well screw them right me screw you too and again hey you do what you want you're not a team you're not hurting anybody but yourself if you're even hurting yourself at all but it marketability golf would probably like it but i mean look golf has speed and thomas johnson rory now even the makeup roy i think the young guys probably and now the tigers back but yeah i just i don't really care one way or the other it's kind of fun usually don't root against people in golf i'll be honest with you over and against him i wanted to see bill jordan spieth ketchup.

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"augusta state" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"He loved rubbing in their face so then he goes to the university of georgia bombs out after a year because he couldn't get along with his teammates and some other controversies go to augusta state his teammates their hated him and yet in a weird way he rallied them together they had so much antipathy for read kind of bonded together and then he was such a good player they want to national championships because annan's fight them at the same time and so all that baggage falling out on the tour and he's always been an outsider he's never felt accepted by the golf community you know he's rough around the edges and you know how half the guys on tour seems like from the university of georgia they don't get along with them and so he's he's always had this identity and that's why he's been so good the ryder cup he can channel that he's used to having people pull against him and it was it was a paradox because as much game he's shown in the ryder cup you only had five career wins he seemed like he should have been a guy who won a lot more and he seems like he could find the same intensity week to week but i think having the crowd against everyone pulling for rory and jordan and ricky i think that helped found out because i think that helps me on sunday at the masters we're talking now that same piece up right now on golf dot com you talk to ryan moore and webb simpson daniel berger what they make of reading he's a curiosity even to them he read plays practice rounds alone he he has this very tight insular family unit you know his his brotherinlaw just caddy his sisterinlaw's the nanny the motherinlaw traveled with them health care of the baby and kinda serves as the.

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"augusta state" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The back for wanaka waters wsb breaking news i i this is w sp twenty four hour continuing news wanted to camp candy city is making changes to last call in an effort to cut down on crime brookhaven bars will close at two instead of three in the morning brookhaven police say they were called to more than eight hundred incidents at bars over a seven month period last year sixty eight percent of the calls came between midnight and six am the brookhaven city council may changes to the alcohol ordinance after getting crime statistics from police brookhaven bar owners are concerned the changes will hurt their bottom line and that change goes into effect on tuesday mary ellen hopkins wsb police file aggravated assault charges against an employee of on the border on pleasant hill road forty four year old casually ingram who worked at the restaurant in duluth for ten years is accused of stabbing his former boss in the neck after the suspect was fired ingram surrendered to police after the attack the victim was hospitalized with his injuries are not life threatening the ab second masters is in the books at augusta national patrick redid not tear this place up like he did in the first three rounds but he did not have to read once his first major championship with a final round seventy one to finish fifteen hundred four he makes a clutch four foot aroma last hole for poor to win he holds off ricky fowler by one shot and eight near historic final round charged by jordan's beef who comes up to shot shy reached college golf was played at augusta state and helped them win two national championships but a green jacket here is much much bigger deal he becomes the fourth straight first time major winner at the masters in augusta jay black wsb and denver the brave shutout the rockies four to nothing atlanta plays the nationals in washington tonight aaa norfolk over gwinnett three to one nba from boston hawks down the celtics one twelve to one oh six in case you missed it over the weekend the atlanta united shutout l afc five nil at mercedes benz stadium wsb news time is four four you can depend on wsb when there's breaking news first and accurate and from the voices you trust twenty four hours on news.

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"augusta state" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Patrick reid collects himself he has this par pot to win the masters thanks one more look down the line ball on its way and it's in patrick reid with a party a big hug with his caddy he holds off all challengers doffs his cap to the patrons rory mcilroy walks over to congratulate him and patrick reed has won the eighty second masters going out and playing on such great great green grass and have noticed beautiful flowers is areas around as seems fitting to go out and play play a steady round and just didn't get really to hire to was definitely hard and i thought it was going to be this is after hours with amy lawrence he's all challenges and ended up with is first green jacket his sixth pga tour victory but this one's career altering life changing career altering rickie fowler finishes runnerup for a third time in a major he birdied eighteen and the place went career as you could definitely tell that it was a lukewarm response to patrick read on the eighteenth partly because there's a history at augusta i should say in augusta there's as street in georgia there's a history in that state where he played golf both at uga and then at augusta state and so you know go fans are intelligent project and that's certainly home those dot homeadvisor that are local dot com and men who patron if you're like me you appreciate the the feeling the of a clean actual tournament smooth many shave of them from a quality they blade understand patrick the sort read of shave as much that as i cuts guess you clean can we without oliver the demons burn we all have so why skeletons are you messing around in the closet with generic razors no one's that cost life thirty is simple two bucks everybody's for an eight got pack their.

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"augusta state" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The whole day that every time you needed to do something he did it he didn't fall through hit a couple chances to maybe backup another bogey after he made a bogey he didn't do that he bounced back every time and did what he needed to do the thing about major championship golf at some point you're not going to play your best and how do you play in around where you don't have your best and if this was reads worst he was still under par and i'm not saying it was bad it just i think it speaks to the level of excellence from read the worst round he played was seventy one while trying to manage the pressure of the lead to a major for the first time one of the things i like to look at over the course of a tournament how does a players rhythm change at all and patrick read looked like he was making the same swings on the second nine on sunday thursday his putting stroke looked like he didn't change and those are weeks that you just you love to have happened and they don't have very often it you just sort of have that rhythm the whole week you've always talked about that and i he gets been something that i've learned is that guys get quick whether it's the pace of their walk or they're swing read never changed how he played start to finish and that's why he ends up by one being your masters champion patrick reid with his first major title and it comes in familiar territory played his collegiate golf at augusta state read with a one shot win for the championship he's the fourth straight masters champ to pick up his first major rickie fowler meanwhile one shot short yeah it's going to hurt but i try and look at the things you know kind of the glass half full yeah obviously now i want to be the one standing on top after after the rounds but this is if anything it's a step forward and makes me feel better about going forward into our next major in the us open and it's it's.

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"augusta state" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To the fulton county courthouse to hear more testimony in the text macgyver murder trials it's mcevers defense argues it's irrelevant that whenever resurgence came to talk to him about diane behavior and urged him to have a seat mcivor replied don't tell me where to sit boy but judge robert mcburney disagreed noting the defense has made mcevers character of focus is inconsistent with the way the defense says elected portray mr macgyver did offense says the racial connotation is prejudicial especially in light of mcevers reference to black lives matter being the reason he took out his thirty eight before he shot his wife in the back for waters wsb i this is w sp twenty four hour continuing news bar hours are changing in one decamp county city beginning tuesday the bars will close at two instead of three in the morning the goal is to cut down on crime the brookhaven city council overhauled its alcohol ordinance last fall after hearing from the police department over a seven month period brookhaven police say they answered more than eight hundred calls for incidents at ten late night businesses bar owners are concerned the early closing time we'll send customers elsewhere but brookhaven bars that are caught operating after the two am closing time could lose their liquor license mary ellen hopkins wsb county man faces aggravated assault charges after he attacked his former boss at a restaurant in duluth forty four year old keys lee ingram is accused of stabbing the manager of on the border on pleasant hill road after the suspect was fired ingram had worked at the restaurant for ten years the victim who was stabbed in the neck is expected to survive another first time winner wears the green jacket at the masters in augusta masters champion patrick reading at augusta state grad patrick read certainly had some hometown support i'm from reading for read a little bit a little is not a lot and the new masters champ notice a lot of pressures kind of lifted the fans yes we're cheering for me but some of them were cheering more for rory while roy mcelroy stalls in his chance to win the career grand slam read holds off all comers i first major is awesome and satisfying to make the clutch down.

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"augusta state" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In johnson even you know so i think the the die hard golfing no patrick read and and i'm sure there are some patrick read fans out there but it is it's one of those wins where i it's great for the player but it's kind of tough to you know put a value on on what's gonna do for golf as a whole we have jonathan wolf joining us on the show you broke up there for a little bit so hopefully we'll be able to give the entire interview in here jonathan i'm reading a little bit you know we've had a couple of callers tonight who you know i'm not the biggest patrick read fan maybe he's a little bit more of a he'll to some of the fans out there why might that be because i mean we'd like to put personality on things so is there something here we're maybe it's above a watson and might rub some people the wrong way now for sure it definitely is you know hatrick is one of those guys where he does he has he has a little bit of a checkered path you know they've they've done stories on him before about issues that he had when he was at georgia you know people know him from when he was at augusta state university won a couple of national championships with them but before that he was at georgia teammates accused him of cheating they in qualifying tournaments accused him of stealing you know he does he's got a pretty dark past a lot of guys even players and now the pga tour who played golf with him at georgia you know they they really don't take to him so he is he's a guy who's got a checkered past i feel like he's probably one of the most poll the rising players on the pga tour either loved the guy or you hate him and and i think that's why you know he wins a baiter and it's kind of a big deal for patrick read but again i think that's maybe why he's kind of getting a little bit of a.

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"augusta state" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The third round of the masters wsb sports director jay black reports live from augusta national patrick freed remains the leader abby got off to a little bit of a sluggish start hearing momentarily lost his lead but the former augusta state college store has pushed back and now expanded to three shots read has had three straight birdies and then just part of the eleventh hole so he's heading to twelve at twelve under leading roy mcelroy by three regis part of the twelfth as well he's been playing great today five under for his round tied for third is spain's jon rahm who was six hundred today along with ricky fowler who was five hundred today they are seven hundred for the championship five shots behind meanwhile englishman tommy fleetwood finishes with the best rounds day a sixty six to get the six hundred he is tied with henrik stinson markley sherman but they are now six shots behind leader patrick read lie for the masters jay black wsb thanks j right now it's fifty two degrees on peachtree street you may need to turn that heat back on tonight though atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up fourteen people killed and fifteen others injured when a bus carrying the humboldt broncos a junior hockey team crashed in western canada members of the team were heading to a game when the bus collided with a truck officials still investigating the cause of the collision courtesy block the assistant commissioner of the royal canadian mounted police there were twenty nine people on the bus at the time of the collision fourteen people died as a result of this collision fifteen others were sent to hospital with a variety of injuries and following a bus crash here in georgia the term bus driver charged with dui thursday accident on i twenty now out on bond today sixty one year old stephen hop and brower was driving passengers to the masters in augusta his dekalb county roommate defended channel two action news but see troopers say he was on drugs when the bus crashed the wreck hurt for eighteen people and five or still in the hospital please also charging the driver with seven counts of serious injury by vehicle breaking news i i this is w sp twenty four hour continuing news germany taking on.

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"augusta state" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"But barring a an extreme extreme miracle he's he's not as no chance in this tournament he's thirteen shots off the lead behind patrick read and that's the problem the problem is that the outside of the die hard golf fan guys like me don't even really know that much about patrick read a guy who's only been a factor once in a major is never finished in the top twenty in the masters they always five wins and that's not that's not a knock him he's is great young golfer who's very young and it's actually a really good story because he went to college at augusta state university so that's a really cool story at he went to augusta state university lead the lead the team to some national championships and now the seven years later eight years later he's has a chance to win the masters and he's played extremely well but i'll be honest i didn't really know patrick reed was and there's a lot of golf fans that are casual golf fans that are there now there are some rory mcilroy and jordan speed and dustin johnson and ricky fowler all somewhere in in spitting distance names that you know even the casual fan with no little more bubba watson.

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"augusta state" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"A playoff spot for the seventh consecutive season so eighty one games for the blues has come down to one and a bit of a winnertakeall cage match against the colorado avalanche that game comes your way tonight with a seven thirty pregame in an eight o'clock face up on the blues radio network the are now forty four thirty one and six on the season there ninety four points has them in a playoff spot going into game number eighty two i'm chris kerber komo exports right curbs thank you sir and mike yo saying last night that the plan still is to have jake allen is the starting goaltender tonight against the avalanche cardinals in action later on this afternoon over at busch stadium game two against the diamondbacks it'll be michael walker against grinky first pitch is at one fifteen the amer in total access pregame show with tom ackerman comes your way at twelve twenty and let's get an update on day two of the masters four years patrick reid tried to figure out how to be a factor in the masters on friday he came up with the formula birdie half the holes redo played his college golf at augusta state played in the final group shot six hundred sixty six and a twoshot lead at the halfway point at nine hundred four mark joins read in the final group today at seven under with a second day sixty seven five major winners lineup behind the leaders henrik stenson rory mcilroy jordan spieth dustin johnson justin thomas stinson at five under macaroni and speed that minus four johnson and thomas minus three tiger woods made it nineteen consecutive weekends as a professional at augusta woods with the second day seventy five comfortably inside the cut line at four over phil mickelson also around he was at the number plus five at the master's dander and for k marts radio sports thank you dan again we have cardinals baseball on the air today at one fifteen amer and total access pregame show at twelve twenty then we have the.

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"augusta state" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Hey kid com amazon of course in the news quite a bit these days having a big impact on warehouses and we'll tell you how in just a few moments right now we talk about the sports from the new bolt bmw toyota sports desk and here's alex ferrario well brian what did i it last night out in chicago for the blues as it wasn't must win hockey but picking up a victory sure helped them l last night at the united center in chicago it was a hattrick from patrick bergelin that helped propel the saint louis blues to a four two one victory over the blackhawks at sending the blues into a big game tonight in denver against the colorado avalanche cutter hutton was outstanding in net and the saint louis blues get the victory that means that tonight the blues would need any kind of a win or the game to get to overtime and they would clinch a playoff spot for the seventh consecutive season so eighty one games for the blue news has come down to one and a bit of a winnertakeall cage match against the colorado avalanche that game comes your way tonight with a seven thirty pre game at eight o'clock face up on the blues radio network loser now forty four thirty one and six on the season there ninety four points has them in a playoff spot going into game number eighty two i am chris kerber komo exports curbs thank you sir and mike yo saying last night that the plan still is to have jake allen is the starting goaltender tonight against the avalanche cardinals in action later on this afternoon over at busch stadium game two against the zona diamondbacks it'll be michael walker against sec grinky first pitch is at one fifteen the amer in total access pregame show with tom ackerman comes your way at twelve twenty and let's get an update on day two of the masters four years patrick reid tried to figure out how to be a factor in the masters on friday he came up with the formula birdie half the holes reed who played his college golf at augusta state played in the final group and shot six hundred sixty six and has a two shot lead at the.

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"augusta state" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"augusta state" Discussed on KARN 102.9

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