17 Burst results for "Bill Tierney"

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

05:12 min | 5 months ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"You know those overtime. Goals by kevin mode jesse hubbard odd. Dj prager all those guys and And certainly The in a westberg in the semi finals against notre dame so those were great in that they were result oriented. When when you talk about just great great plays may because it's fresh in fresh in my memory. But but you know. We lost this game to lay olen quarter-finals and mark matthews made to put us within one mark matthews made a catch. Somebody chuck them all down to a one hand catch turned instruct the ball from about eighteen yards pretty. I'm trying to think of. There's anything that was close to that. And i'm sure there were but That sticks out there are memorable places like You know the the greatest one in my money was again selfishly and family wise was. We're losing to virginia in front. Forty thousand people in in two thousand and in in the semifinals and bj had got hurt that year. So my son. Brennan was starting on attack and people were just relentless behind the sons only playing. Because he's your son and your son's small and slow. He stinks in holland. Stuff and brandon ended up scoring the winning goal against the genu- and and i can tell you My youngest daughter took it into her own hands deter around in the stands and starts screaming at them and tell them that was her brother and cubes pretty good. Now wasn't it and stuff like that so You know from a personal great play. All those great saves. Trevor made you know the the one against syracuse was in sports illustrated. All those things are We're we're just phenomenal memories. That played at mark. Matthews made data never leaves. That was just a phenomenal player to game yet. Mark matthews play. I reminded that thing ten times when that happened. I couldn't believe what he just did. I was incredible. And it's funny. You mentioned trevor. Save against syracuse. Nine seconds left. I was watching the highlights of that before this call. I was just reliving. It and the play. I live with my best friend growing up. The most in our backyard was ryan boiler. Bj prager to win in overtime. So so these all lasting impression. This is too cool for me..

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"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Seven. We don't need to work hard in the office today. you know. We've won seven browns one one. And and he's one four minto championships. Which are the most important thing to two young canadian kids. Let's just take the day off. Let let's not put into this. What we put into it to win those championships. You're cheating those cares and they aim some of them come because of that. Hope hope that they can be a part of something like that. And so i. I could never go to sleep thinking that i didn't give the kids a hundred percent of my effort. And look i. It's hard it's hard to win national championships. Like you said is great coaches out there. There's so many great players is amazing schools and it's not just five or six schools winningham anymore but If you don't give it that that after and then walk off to sunset. I always say like why. Why do you keep doing this. I say i'll always have a rule and it's two days that two days in a year that they mark myself number one is the day the freshmen come in. Do i get excited about that. Media and seeing families and promising them about an experience and the first game the first game of the season two. I still have those butterflies was still have those juices throwing and if those to the answer lows to questions or yes then feel like doing our job. I have my days. We all have arts are lazy days. Or whatever. But i'm surround i surround myself with people that Except that ms specially my brown who will not accept the lazy day and so that's what keeps me going as well. I love it that day. One mentality you've been a a tremendous cultivator of count throughout your years surrounding yourself with those people down days. Certainly going to be helpful if you were starting out again. Today is a coach. Are there things you wish you would spend more time on earlier.

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"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

02:22 min | 5 months ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Maybe one of the best games we ever played here just came up with a game plan is phenomenal. I think he won that game but but even he would say because he's very. He feels the same as i do that now. The kids played great cab flint at five dollars or whatever whatever it might have been so i think as long as you can stay humble and remember that you know. You're you're this close for being on the other side Always still people about might last high school coaching experience of his coaching. The girls varsity basketball team. Levittown before i went up to rit january and we pulled up to westbury high school and we get out of the bus and Scored the first basket now. Mike i you know. And they pressed us not wait on till we got back on the bus and scored the first basket and the basket and was seventy two to four. And so i remember how you can be humbled. It can happen. It can happen. I'm so try my best to let the kids enjoy the victories. And let the coaches suffer with with the failures coach. I absolutely love these stories. I never gonna wrap here in a few minutes. I do want to hit on though. I mean getting to the top is almost impossible. Staying there is even harder. And i'm just curious how you were able to do that to continue to stay on top to win those championships. When you have college age players that are returning and keeping their egos in check. The key is what i said before. Sean is does does other ones don't matter it's off because we asked the remembers when you walk away into the sunset. People looking can talk about your seven championship. So whatever you know. I played on a national championship team. When i was a senior in college it was at courtland. Division three Indoor championship i was able to coach the world championships. And all those things. I'm very proud of but that's for the future that's for that's for others to talk about because if i rode on now experience Then the kids will. Coaching tonight.

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"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

04:13 min | 5 months ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"The ball if they wanted to do quickly and Probably the biggest mistake i ever made in my life in front of two thousand coaches at the convention was in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven i i gave it all away and i'll never forget mike masirah. Great coates from west genesee in new york. Said said to me at the end of it he goes. Would you do that for you. Know just shouldn't a told them probably right heads the you know and it's it's gone kind. Gone away. Although i did allude tonight funny story not too long ago where the guy twitter said. He can't him coaches on defense anymore. So that's we talked to adjust. Make changes would. I always tell people in lacrosse shorts in business to is you know if you think you have a new idea. Try to enjoy it but it probably leaves a new idea thirty years ago. And and if you think you have an old idea and it's getting tired put it in your memory bank because it'll be new thirty years from now you know and and it's kind of like kind of like fashion right. Hold onto your chuck taylors. Because they're gonna come back invoke some day some tremendous advice right there. I am wondering how you aligned. Taking all of these different practices principles tactics and strategies from other coaches. Your part of an gnashed them with who you are as an individual when you feel like you really hit your stride. There think. I think it was Sometimes like everything in life sometimes attached of necessity and you know the The quote i've been using a lot even though young people like yourself know who this is. But you wanna google yogi berra. He has some of the greatest sayings ever one. And i've been used this a lot. Too young coaches asking my advice and it was when you come to a fork in the road. Take and what. I meant by. That is changing jobs. But also changing strategies..

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"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

05:56 min | 5 months ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Don't do the help of jerry pfeiffer and zam all those guys are on it we. We ended up winning the national championship. But after the semifinals. Friday was really sick. I mean we drove him up. It was It was at rutgers after the semifinal maryland who had beaten us during the year and it took freddie home because it wasn't that far right and we call them up and the next day instead of you coming up to the championship and you know hopkins. Maryland rivalries pretty big one. So he said not all. I need to see and we. We won the championship the next day against cornell and called for any up and her member going back home and zimmerman idaho hospital and we give blood and some fred trying to help freddie and he sees the the cotton own band aid on my arm and he you know he was just such a good man who saw thankful for every little thing you did and yet taught me so much and i still say to this day. He taught me more than anybody else in this game in all the years. I've been a part of it. And then one final story. Actually in eighty five we were playing syracuse in a national championship game and And it was that was before a final fours and was up at brown and syracuse had a great team. You know brad cots and all these great players and And so. I had said much that year. But we had we had a crease attack in that people were back then offsets principle that would take decrease attack off decrease and get the ball to him his guy and you know. Try to beat him. Because we'd really great reset that chris. I'm sorry increased defensemen and And so so. I kinda sheepishly raise. My handedness. meeting is with the parents for siracusa looking like oh he's going to say something i said. Why don't we just every time they take him out.

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"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"It's not something that all of a sudden one day. You know something king. Through from a john wooden book. I read wooden book. And i've read some other folks like that not a big quote guy but i have some quotes you know. So it's kind of been back and forth and not I think it's just the reality. Some as brownie got more and more confident with the fact that i trusted him and became more and more confident that In our second year due to his offense we make the final four in our second year together with really a mishmash group of people with some great players. You know mark matthews a heck of a player and camp flint. Jeremy noble in those guys chase guerrero. You know all those great guys we had. But i think as mad got more more confident. It allowed me to kind of open. Those doors allowed me to say to him. What do you want to do in practice today. You know what else do you think we should do. Or why don't you take over the deriding clearing game. You seem to have some good ideas with that. And honestly sean. It became a released me to not have everything you know. Every little mistake piled on on a decision. I might have made on tuesday so yeah. It's pretty remarkable. The amount that trust opens up for other people's confidence. And i'd love the tackle that in a minute. But i would love for you. Where'd you develop that self confidence for yourself. Well i think i think it goes back to it. Goes back to You know my situations in in coaching when when you first started disdain. What i meant moved from from high school across on long island to rit in rochester. I mean i haven't assistant coach. But he showed up at three o'clock and left at five. You know and so. I was washington one g line and feels. This is back in the early eighties when you did these sticks doing all the recruiting and so You know so. I had only trust me at that point and we did pretty well. And then but then. When i went to hopkins what i realized as going from coast assistant coach. Back onto don. Zimmer don zimmerman. Who's a phenomenal head. Coach was that. I had to learn how to be a teammate in the coaching ranks because back then there were no limits. Your staff. We had ten coaches on our hopkins staff life. First years there. And i had to learn from the other side. Hey and those days when zim would say to me what do you think who do you think we should put in. Or what your strategy for this defensive strategy for this game i learned that it made me feel so good like you said earlier. Made me feel like. I was somewhat important in this in this program that had hundred years of history and all all the great stuff. I really wasn't that important. But the fact that he allowed me to Someone important in. That reminded me that. When i went to princeton that that especially two years later when i got betsy i knew it felt like to be trusted. And when you know what it feels like to be trusted it's much easier if you're to entrust others including players and hopkins i. I had be the head soccer coach. I didn't know anything about soccer. I had been a football coach. Actually achieved my lifetime goal. Being my high highschools head football coach and unless have to one year to go up to rit and but When i got the job at hopkins it was. They hadn't had had one winning year at sixty years at soccer..

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"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

03:44 min | 5 months ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Said he didn't come to. He didn't come to meetings or anything and for fourteen. Straight years from eighty. Eight to two thousand two. Sean natalie came to me. We had our second. Assistance only lasted one year. Now i don't know what that says about me out of necessity was kind of messy ran the offense iran in defense and that was a good thing about us. We saw ida. Iron recruiting recruiting was pretty cut and dry for us at princeton for a bunch of reasons number one. There wasn't that many teams competing for championships and number two. You had a finite group of young men who get in. Get into the place. So so i think i gave a lot of way too messy but it was out of necessity and we both saw things i i i think it really came to fruition when i when i came here to denver and and my son trevor was my my socio head coach. Our first five years of sixteen years and matt brown was only twenty five twenty six years old and and his way of doing running. The offense was so different. I never coached used. a canadian. Kid was canadian Trevor chevron i did the defense and he did the goal as in and it was really trevor. Who's who's probably as my own son has probably given me more advice in my life than anybody else. He and my other son bread. That said digest. Just trust this guy matt brown and so we have and slowly but surely over less than eleven years matt when trevor step away to chevro- stepped away to get his master's degree in developmental psychology and so brownie became our associate head coach and a higher. Well i i dylan sheridan whose my son in law who's now haya with my daughter brand. And but then. I heard john larson and what i learned is that they're not. I saw a quote on twitter one time when when we gave up a bunch of goals and somebody said tyranny and even his own defense anymore you know. I don't listen to that stuff very much kind of like whoa wait a minute. I'm supposed to know what i'm talking about here. And what i realized is along with that idea of the drills and giving up some game planning and things like that so many different ways to skin this cat in a game of lacrosse that it's it's become became more fun from me actually shawn no. I rather win back all those years of princeton. I'd rather win a game. Nine two seven and now we win a game fifteen thirteen even though we had those great husband. Heston massey teams in in ninety six ninety seven ninety eight that scored fifteen sixteen a game. You know it's it's just Kind of i've been able to change through my own introspection. I guess is the word but just to say. Don't don't make yourself miserable trying to do everything the same way. All the time lets. It's you know when when when we moved to denver people ask why. Why did you out there and really a very selfish decision that thankfully my wife helen. Who's been with me for forty four years said stewardess a new adventure and and i think that allowed me to kind of open up and say let's let's do this maybe in a different way. I don't wanna pick out something that's not there but you mentioned a minute ago maybe just the introspection and you looking deep was actually like a big process for you in understanding more about yourself and then the people you're surrounding yourself with sure. Sure i think so but not not a big reader so i..

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"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

03:15 min | 5 months ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Because i started this back in his freshman year at princeton nineteen eighty-eight so all those players. I'm sure there's a ton of oh it stories a lot worst and i just. I flew away my running shoes. They're all into corrective. Makes me most proud of still being around yet. Don't worry that's not worth story ended. So we'll we'll we'll keep that between us. But i am wondering you mentioned this coming full circle. What do you think's changed the most about your coaching style. Over the years the key is not so much to do it my way or the highway. It's more of the balance between keeping old school. Making young men sacrifice with with little things is maintaining nerve things. Just for instance you know still in this day you know i still have to get haircuts and we don't how asia will hair. We wear shirts and ties on the road when we travel. We travel over thirty thousand miles a year with our team. Every time we go on a trip. I have to have somebody who's not related to our team. Say something positive about one of our players or maybe. A young man helped an elderly woman with her luggage soothing. Rental of maybe someone hotel saying that our guys were were nicest guys they've ever been around and things like that. Just make you feel like even though it's old school make you feel like you're you're you're helping young men take be aware of what's going on around la always talk about is the five people i admire most in my life all have a similar trade in net is that they cannot or could not cause a couple of them passed now could not walk past a piece of paper on the ground without taking it up and and i think it's something very simple but it it sends a good message and as far as me changing goes. I think the one thing. I've learned and thank god for david. Messed our put me off with me for twenty years and now matt brown putting up with me for twelve years is that i've learned to to to give giveaway a little bit in all. It doesn't have to be my drill. It doesn't have to be my way. It doesn't have to be the way we did it. You know thirty years ago when we went australia's championship princeton. you'll learn. Is that your assistance in your players. Happy if they're having a little fun if there As long as they're working hard and they see they see the light at the end of the tunnel. You don't have to be so myopic to to do things your way. When did you learn that. That could allow those assistant coaches to have a little bit more saying what they did. Well i think. I think i learned it out of necessity at princeton with nazi because there was only two of us. I mean we had. We had second assistant coaches back then and we have great person. You know brace. Jason volunteer to princeton like fifty years. But bryce was attorney..

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"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"And and so i think it's really important to get them to understand pressure and get them to you. Know i mean. I understand how losing build you and and and small failures can make you stronger as i told my team yesterday where we're just starting into somewhat of lacrosse looking practices because before this we were working in ten cohorts and you know you've played the game long enough with ten people on a seal does not a heck a lot you can do so And so now we're into it in trying to explain to fifteen freshmen. That kind of watched the older guys and go. Whoa you know those guys were really good. You know is to get him to understand it no matter whether it's a loss and a win or a sickness or an injury and hells or whatever it might be. Were bad day to day that the idea is to understand. It's it's always one step back two steps forward if you if you really work hard and eventually you get to the end of that journey or you achieve what we want to achieve so i do think putting pressure on young people. Maybe in ways that they don't even realize it's pressure or they they might even feel it with things like keeping scoring drills sir getting something done in a certain amount of time yesterday. We made them made them a half mile and shit two and a half minutes and not. Everybody can do that but but putting pressure on him to make sure you made it so the other guys don't have to run more. It's a unique little set of pressures. And because we all know sean you played enough sports. The cross that scoreboard is foreboding. Play the greatest gaming a rice you know and you.

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"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

05:32 min | 5 months ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Up that are filled with vitamins and any accidents. Before every podcast i feel up on their super espresso and my wife and i are borderline. Obsessed with their plant based coconut mocha super. Coffee cold brew. Which has ten grams of protein. No added sugar and his kito friendly. I love the coffee in the three others so much. That started this company. That's why i became an early investor. There's a reason they just got ranked number eighteen on inc. Five thousand fastest growing companies. Want to check out what they've got going on headed drink super coffee dot com and see what. Everyone's talking about coach tierney welcomed. What got you there. How you doing today. Doing great sean. Thanks so much. Me is a true honor. As you know the amount of respect. I have for you i. I know you're humble. But i do think you're the greatest lacrosse coach of all time. So this is just an absolute honor for me. But i thought really fun place to start would be around a quote your son trevor said and trevor obviously legendary goalie for some your national championships team. And this was. After the two thousand one overtime win against syracuse. And trevor said he makes life so miserable in practice that the games are fun and we know there will never be as much pressure in a game. There isn't practice. And i would love to hear your thoughts on that quote by him. Yeah it was funny just on that quota as you know. It's you know when you get to these final fours and i've been so blessed in my career and certainly the height of that career has been Two thousand one championship when trouble and brenton were both playing for us at princeton and so we had been beaten pretty well by syracuse. Stirring the year just came into that had a great semifinal against hopkins and then you know got into that and hs interesting because replayed a great game probably would have been. Mvp had we'd not given back then as you remember when you were had a one goal lead you have to keep the ball in your offensive box in the last. Two minutes of the game and Several major sage and pitched it out to of our short sticks for some unknown reason. I mean this kid was a forty or storage. Just a great kid. He just ran through the corner of the box which turned their over the syracuse. And of course. They had michael powell at the time. So michael scores a goal with one thousand nine seconds left to tie it up and then An bj prager scores the winner winning winner and overtime so You know so when you get to that point. You know you're up a day. It's it's the highlight of of being lacrosse coach. And all across player. You're at this final floor and this you know. Probably hundred news reporters and media people and get to fire all questions. And when you win. And i've been on both sides so i understand when you win. It of doesn't matter what they ask you. You'll say you'll answer anything. And so what are the report said. two trevor yada. You usually bring a couple of players wanted to report. It said that trevor cherry. How is it that you guys always seem to come up big in these in these tight games..

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"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

01:55 min | 5 months ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"I'm sean delaney. And you're listening to what they're what got you. There is a must follow for entrepreneurs creatives high achievers and change makers each week. I sit down with some the world's most influential people and focus on the journey behind their success. We uncover the strategy tactics and routines. That help them get their. Now's your journey. So it's time to learn what's gonna get you there with sean lady. What got you. Dan with sean delaney. What got dan with the lady got them. You wake up each day and only thing. That matters is the next one. And if you don't feel that way you're on the other side of the thin line that delineates between losers and winners and an i have always felt like coaches of had great impact on my life. All i wanna do other than my family. All they want to do is continue to hopefully positively impact young men so that they make more of themselves. maybe they would have had. They not been.

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"bill tierney" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"And this is the hundred and it's actually the two hundred and fourth episode of the show joining me today as David really, and we're gonna be talking about the practice of modern western astrology in modern China today hid, thanks for joining me cruise up and looking forward to the situation. Yeah. You hosted yet. This is your first time in an individual interview with me on the podcast, but you actually appeared in a previous podcast episode when I recorded and released the recording of the east our panel from you act. Yes. This is technically your second appearance on the show. But thanks for joining me today. And thank you for doing that recorded, you ACA was above and beyond the call of duty. Definitely. Yeah. Will I appreciated that you organize? That panel because it was important discussion topic in the wake of the only sixteen elections when the community was sort of processing what happened and figuring out how to go forward from there. So pre should you sort of heading up that discussion, but our topic today you're actually in town because you're using you're the vice president of the international society for astronauts, go research, right? That's correct. And you guys are in town planning conference for next year for September of twenty twenty. It's correct. Okay. I'm excited about that. That's going to be in Denver. And it's going to have something like six hundred people's it's probably gonna be the biggest conference of next year. Yes. We hope six hundred you know, you maybe seven hundred. Yeah. I mean Norac the northwest astrological conference sold out for the first time ever this year. So I think strategies released surged in popularity of the past few years in those a whole new generation of like Pluto, and such tears people coming into the field at this time. So who knows maybe next year's Isar conference will sell out as well. We certainly hope so we would talk. Being a little bit today about Pluto and Sagittarius generation contribution. We hope they'll make to the field. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So our topic today you you've had a long career in astrology your uranium from Atlanta rent. That's correct. Okay. But you right now currently live in Beijing, China, and you actually teach at an astrology school there you teach hundreds of students this is this is also true. Okay. And that's going to be our main topic today is just the practice of astrology in modern China because you have a really unique perspective on that. And while I did a previous episode on the practice or in the development of of astrology in China, historically, and some connections with the west through a transmission of certain texts in ancient times, we sort of ended that episode. I think it was episode one eighty one with Jeffrey Khattak on in modern times when things started to change in the twentieth century in terms of the practice of astrology in China. And so I thought you'd be a good person to talk to since you've been actively involved over the past decade with teaching and bringing western astrology to China for contemporary students. I would like to watch that podcast. Yeah. I'll have too much show it to think you would enjoy it. So let's see let's start with some background information on you. So when did you start studying astrology, I was nineteen years old? I was a journalism major in college and some friends of mine who were serious students of strategy introduced me to it. And I was curious than it started there. Okay. And that was in nineteen seventies. That's right, actually, March nineteen seventy okay and Uras transit to my mercury kind of appropriate brilliant. I love that. Yeah. I had when I discovered astrology Uranus transit to my ascendant. So similar similar? So things went pretty fast from that point though, it seems like when I was reading your biography in terms of your. Studies or where did you go from there yesterday actually getting training or seeking out specific teachers to learn the subject I had two mentors. Rosemary Jones who was a professional astrologer in Atlanta. And then Vicki green who was a fulltime professional in Virginia Beach. Okay. And of course, I had influence from others in the field. Locally bill. Tierney was a big influence on me awhile kinda. Reclusive legend these days, but he was a great astrologer..

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"bill tierney" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Code Jeffrey to Walla with the real estate council of Austin says. By the time the third draft showed up he knew they were in serious trouble route that this was going you needed to either have significant changes, or or restart in order to really achieve what we were all hoping for two while what thinks city manager Spencer cronk will. Come up, with a better process at which time the city begins, to restart the revamping of that land code once again, today's the day that has been discussed for many weeks vote on what may become of land in north Austin known as McCulloch place in the city council will decide whether or not to move forward with an agreement with Precourt sports ventures, for a soccer stadium or whether one, of the, other proposals from Developers may be a better. Option but, some of those developers say they feel the council has, already made up its mind and that soccer deal is, widely expected to be approved the ACP Austin chapter is taking aim at city hall after allegations of racism from blacks city employees downtown from a of the likely places like code next down geisha The also equity officers under, investigation it's just too many great people downtown and opposition under investigation we'll think this is battle capture leader. Lender says they, want to make sure. Things are on the level and to that end they're launching. Their own investigation and UT del medical center or hoping to get central Texas out of the dark. Ages when, it comes to health information sharing medical school, has launched a new data hub in Austin to help with analyzing. Data for better healthcare UT medical chairman Bill, Tierney. Tells statesman the biomedical data science hub will analyze. The mountain of data it already collects with the goal of finding accurate results that. Can help clinical and public health. Practice he's says big data collection is nothing new. In medicine but has not been traditionally done in central Texas much until. Now Eric of NewsRadio KLBJ and it's now seven four let's get you look at Austin's on time traffic here's Melinda Brandt that closure on thirty. Five southbound at Williams drive a mile marker two sixty three still in place traffic is, solid back to toll when thirty may when I consider going ahead and using When thirty. To get around it we also have a, wreck. Over on one eighty three southbound service road at. Lake line boulevard it is in the clearing process where they're loading the cars onto. The records but a right lane. Is still blocked your next report's at seven.

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"bill tierney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I can go if it's been p punt returner kick returner i'm comfortable in everything i do are just like you say i just love the game of football athletes i'm gonna go out there and do what i have to do to help help martin mayton in the organization on when football games the young players also sitting through policy meetings the men's lacrosse team begins play in the nc double championship tournament today at notre dame head coach bill tierney says he likes the way the team has been practicing this week after losing in the big east title game it always takes a day or to to kind of get funk of a loss we haven't really lost very much you know and so when you when you lose it it's kind of a kind of a a new feeling of of how do we handle this the piles one the nc double a title in two thousand fifteen the letter carriers association encouraged people to leave non perishable food at their mailboxes on saturday now donated to local food banks they say one in six americans is food deprived if you count off one six people that somebody right next to you and it's not because they're unemployed or anything it's because they're underemployed or they just having hard time making ends meet jeff frye is a denver area letter carrier who helped collect donations for the stamp out hunger food drive our next update it is at four thirty i'm tamra banks getaway newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm long twentyfive this weekend gonna find the.

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"bill tierney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In advance of next weekend's ride for the past do us men's lacrosse team getting ready for the playoffs in the championship tournament do you play notre dame tomorrow in round one in head coach bill tierney says it's a team they know well this'll be our our seniors this'll be their seventh time in four years so we do know them we know they're playing really well right now they've got great athletes and they're very confident d you eliminated notre dame in the first round of the playoffs last year the pioneers one that champions chip in two thousand fifteen broncos working through a three day rookie minicamp draft picks and undrafted firstyear players practicing and sitting through nfl policy meetings and the rockies during a mini skid they've lost three straight they'll take on the brewers again at coors field tonight we'll have all access with cory lopez at four this afternoon in rockies on deck at five thirty next update at twelve thirty david ko koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm well the good news is we've cleared that one accident southbound i twenty five at speer boulevard we still have some delays back to i seventy northbound i twenty five running heavy from santa fe all the way up to colefax are two seventy run a little bit sluggish both directions eastbound and westbound through commerce city and also off i way we've cleared a crash at eighth avenue and speer boulevard but we have a new crash reported northbound on wadsworth at eighty four th avenue causing delays northbound and southbound cbs four weather partly sunny this afternoon with a chance for scattered showers and a high near sixty seven tonight down around forty six sixty in denver right now this report is brought.

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"bill tierney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With a lot of ways either from their you know their starters and dinner goes to the bench james at nineteen of twenty eight field goal attempts and he got some help kevin love thirty one points eleven rebounds jr smith there's jr citing he had fifteen points cavs up to oh both wins on the road the celtics clamped down on the seventy sixers got a one eight one zero three win as boston rallied from twenty two points down jason tatum leading the way with twenty one that a lot of comeback this season so i mean we we weren't playing that well and we understood that we know we could come back and it was a long game go so which hadn't figured out celtics up two hours the series goes to philly tonight golden state is at new orleans warriors lead two games to none and houston visits utah series tied at one nhl playoffs nashville even up it's set with winnipeg predators got a two one win in canada to two series there pittsburgh over washington three to one that series also tied at two tonight tampa bay at boston to one lightning san jose goes to vegas that series at two two the du lacrosse team beat marquette ten seven in the semis of the big east tournament back in pennsylvania in each of the last two years marquette had ousted d you from the terni not this year frewin usually marquette at the end because it's going to be the overtime or something like that for pioneers head coach bill tierney d you takes on georgetown now for the conference championship tomorrow at noon mountain time georgetown over villanova thirteen to ten it is official dallas cowboys tight end jason witten is calling it a career the hardest part of this decision was knowing that i would never be able to answer that lombardi trophy let's hold you back in two thousand six would not let you down i hope that in your eyes i old up my end of the parking went joins espn's monday night football broadcasting crew and the falcons make quarterback matt ryan the nfl's i thirty million dollar a year player he gets a big time contract extension according to espn's chris mortensen elaborate thirty mil per season and one hundred million guaranteed rockies were off yesterday there at the mets today to start a threegame series four thirty pregame on koa sports at fifteen and forty five on koa newsradio the home of the.

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"bill tierney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"bill tierney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sports time mike rice's here rockies get their bats in their pitching on fire at the same time same time look what happens route the cubs eleven to to the bats really heating up the rocky slugged four home runs in the win swinging at dr failed and long gone on the wavelength avenue touch them all time for nolan arenando threerun bomb nine to rockies check oregon with the call on koa second homer the game for our nado who had five rbi's trevor story and chris etta also went deep i n edison's despite some struggles at the plate the rockies will be just fine post goes stay level headed and over the course of the season understand that it's going to be now gone i'm not able to five hundred go on start swinging tyler anderson was really good on the hill the lefty one seven innings gave up just two runs on three hits walked just one and had nine strikeouts much more on the game including post game comments and all the highlights all a koa newsradio dot com rockies off today they started threegame series against the mets at citi field tomorrow nba playoffs the jazz even it's series with the rockets at a game each after one sixteen one away winning game two in houston rockets guard james harden says utah came out with a purpose came out with some throws enough i have an shots put their wide open shots you know so we came out basically we were just kind of going through the motions tonight two games in the east cleveland at toronto cavs up one boston hosts philly with the seas up one game to non nhl playoffs san jose evened its series with vegas four nothing the final series at two two tampa bay over boston four one lightening up two to one tonight washington pittsburgh caps up to one jets take a two one lead into game four against nashville that winds up in canada the du men's lacrosse team looks for big east tournament title the pioneers opened the terni against marquette today in villanova pennsylvania do you coach bill tierney told us this is a tournament they are eager to win we've always kind of known was shooting for the.

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