35 Burst results for "Binghamton"

interview with Dr Mike Schneider

Moving2Live

04:59 min | 2 weeks ago

interview with Dr Mike Schneider

"Dr Schneider. Thank you for taking time to talk to Pittsburgh Philip PG and moving to live. Sure my pleasure. Guess the first question I. Want to ask because I was I made aware of you because I'm also guilty of these silo knowledge is. You see somebody in the elevator, what's your thirty second elevator Spiel of who are you or what you do Yes. So my elevators. I am a chiropractor by training working in a physical therapy department doing back pain research on a full-time basis. And I know I wanNA touch briefly on how one goes from a career as a chiropractor seeing patients which I know you did for many years we won't say many many years and then you did Not, really a complete one eighty, but a big shift and decided to get a PhD. Briefly. How to do or why did you decide to go into chiropractic medicine and then what was the decision to kind of go and get some additional education and go from primarily patient care to doing research? Sure and I did do kind of a one eighty mid career so. Beginning back to why they go into Chiropractic it's interesting. Her somebody saves me once before we choose our career pass when we're basically teenagers. Right, so I'm. I'm doing Undergrad, studies I went to. University of New York at Binghamton, as a biology major, and I wanted to go into some kind of healthcare profession and. I you know I was was intrigued by sort of the the alternative fields to medicine. I didn't want to go to medical school I wanted to do something else carpet just appealed to me was something different. Alternative. Kind of A. Mainstream alternative and not completely alternative medicine field. So I chose Chiropractic as as my profession being young and. Naive I guess. And I know prior prior to moving to Pittsburgh and becoming acquainted with the number of chiropractors. My thought of Chiropractors were they were somebody that you went to a couple of times a week for basically I'm saying this an air quotes back cracks and I've learned over the past seven or eight years that there's really. Two directions, the chiropractors go there's those that do that. They want to get people in maybe on a subscription basis where they come in multiple times a week, and then there's others that I've been fortunate to meet where they work in a manner that's very similar to the way physiotherapists work in other countries or physical therapists work. Which Direction when you started out in your career path where you or was it entirely different when you started out as far as the directions, the chiropractors tended to go. Well I'm not embarrassed to tell you to my agent I've been practice I graduated from chiropractic school in Nineteen Eighty two. So many many years ago well over thirty years ago. And at that time, chiropractic. Had Not quite evolved to where it is now but over the years since that time we started seeing, I think the boundaries between physical therapy and carpet professions getting blurred and what I mean by that it's probably in the late ninety s crate Lebron Sin The chiropractor from Los. Angeles started bringing his rehabilitation model to car practic. So prior to that most banks just doing the manual. As you call back cracking techniques and then start blending rehabilitation techniques at the same time the physical therapy sessions going the other direction where they mainly just prescribing exercise not putting your hands on people as much and there was an interest in the PT profession and the eighties and nineties start introducing more manual techniques. So I think we're seeing you know blurring of the lines now as evidenced by me a chiropractor working in a physical therapy department. And what was the impetus after working as a chiropractor to as you said, do a career one eighty, get a PhD in rehabilitative sciences and become more heavily researcher. Yes. So even when when I was in clinical practice all those years and I practice over twenty five years before he decided to get a PhD which is very unusual thing I'm finding out that's not typical path. But all those years in practice it always kind of bothered me I was helping people but I was realizing in a sense we're experimenting on patients doing things that I would learn at conferences or at reading books. Would do them my patients. I felt part of me felt badly about that like I. Don't know for sure that this works I. Think it does. And so even when I practice I was publishing papers and trying to get involved research. It seemed like I always was being pulled in that direction. So. Quite frankly was his family events change. I have two kids when I started getting sat empty nest part of life. So we're really what do I to do now right I got my kids through. High School and they're often going into college. I'm going to go back myself.

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Her Name Was Sandy Guardiola

Latino Rebels Radio

06:08 min | 3 months ago

Her Name Was Sandy Guardiola

"You ready to talk about what happened to me or do you need a moment or no? Absolutely so on? So to start October fourth twenty seventeen is a day on. I can never forget me. Personally I was living in Brooklyn at the time, I, just started working as a carpenter in the union. I went to work I got home. Ottesen with my grandfather, her father at the time in Brooklyn I got a call. And It's A. Have you heard from your mother? And I said no when I was like why and she's like something's going on so I start looking into I started trying to call her caller caller on nothing. No answer no answer. And I'm sitting in my room. In Brooklyn for about four hours. eight o'clock comes I still haven't heard from her. On talking to my sister I'm talking to my uncle and you know we're ready to go upstate. Because she was living in upstate New York at the time she was working. With New, York, State Parole 'cause. She went back into the law. Enforcement Field to To get her years onto to get her pension and retire, so she was upstate New York. We're getting ready to drive. I'll never forget I I went to the subway. To to go to my uncles, so I got up in his car with the draft together. And my sister calls me to screaming crying. It happened. It happens. She's dead. She's dead and I just dropped to my knees in in the subway station and I couldn't believe it so. I'm. We go to my sister's in the Bronx. We pick her up and she tells us that state police came to her house and Saturday down and told her that. My mom was. Sitting in her living room with her gone her service weapon. Pointed to her head. And that they tried talking her out of it. But it didn't work out and that she ended up shot and. So from there we drive upstate seven hours. We drive through the night. We got upstate and we go straight to the more, so we could go see urine. Identify her and they didn't allow us that we. We were told that there was an investigation. Yada Yada we, we have to go to state police state that countless identifier. Okay so now we just take. We're we're. In such grief than so many emotions. You know we don't even. We just went through the next step, so we go to say police. Up there and you know we're trying to find out what have been you know. Everything that's going on before you know it. We're all separated and they're asking US questions. Why did she move upstate What does she want to do here? So looking back at it? It was it was like trying to find dirt on her like they're trying to. Interrogate us to find out. You know why. She was in their area and You. Know at the time again. You not too many emotions even even comprehend what was going on and then from the state police. We go to the apartment where you know. She was shot. We walk, in. And Her bed. was. Not there. Her mattress was missing. There is a sheets there with blood. And one bullet hole through her window. and. You know. Again you know going through the motions. We don't realize we're into a crime scene that you know we should have even been there. We should've. Right, away gotten someone attorney you know. Eventually we did, but at that time we should've right away. Made that move so that we conduct their own investigation, but that didn't happen. There was so many emotions going on, so that was that day. But then you know. Over time we find out the story. So a welfare check was called on my mother, she didn't show up for work that day. She was supposed to go back to work that day after being in a car accident exactly one month prior to that day, and through our you know our lawyers investigations. Something happened with her paperwork, and she wasn't able to show up for work, and we don't even know to this day if she had showed up for work or not, and the crazy part about the welfare check is that it came from the Rochester Parole Office And while she was on medical leave, she was transferring from the Rochester. Parole Office to the Binghamton Parole Office because what we find out later as she was doing with harassment in Rochester, something happened with her supervisor where her supervisor and her didn't get along that supervisor one that cold in the welfare check on her on that day, the officer that responded to the welfare check. He arrived at her residence on. He didn't get an answer at the door. He went to apartment management where they granted him access to give them a key fob. And this is all unwarranted. they was never a an emergency call given to me or my sister. You know her emergency contacts. We never received a call. You know to say you know something's wrong. Can you please check on my mother that never happened? So they grant themselves access to the apartment. Then when they get in, there's another closed door her bedroom door. They let themselves into the bedroom door and from there. For whatever reason? Something happened I. Don't know if there was a an exchange. I, don't know what happened. We still don't know the facts of what exactly happened to that day. There's only two people that know the answers to what happened that officer at my mother and my mother is here to tell her side of the story. But anyways. We don't know what happened. What we know is that she was shot three times once in her head once in her arm once in abdomen. While laying in bed.

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Gov. Cuomo: New York regions meet criteria to reopen

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 4 months ago

Gov. Cuomo: New York regions meet criteria to reopen

"Forty eight states have at least partially reopened today parts of New York state the country's coronavirus epicenter will join them Marc midday will be able to get his construction business going again in Binghamton extremely important and we need to get the cash flow and I need to get guys back to work new York's finger lakes southern tier and Mohawk valley regions each meet the criteria including declining hospitalizations and increased testing

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Cassius Winston stars in Michigan State's win a day after death of brother

First Light

00:18 sec | 11 months ago

Cassius Winston stars in Michigan State's win a day after death of brother

"College basketball number one Michigan state got its first win beating Binghamton one hundred forty seven catches once in seventeen points and eleven assists came a night after his brother was struck and killed by a train in Michigan number five little last Youngstown state number six Florida though upset by Florida state sixty three fifty one sentinels have beaten the Gators the last six times

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3 Researchers Win Nobel Prize In Chemistry For Work With Lithium-Ion Batteries

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

3 Researchers Win Nobel Prize In Chemistry For Work With Lithium-Ion Batteries

"Nobel chemistry prize winner emms family willing him says he hopes the award for work on lithium ion batteries will push the field further and faster the British American chemistry professor at the state university of New York at Binghamton is one of three scientists who won this year's Nobel Prize in chemistry the breakthroughs made storing energy from renewable sources more feasible and open a new front in the fight against global warming he says long lasting batteries that are reasonably priced can help solve climate issues because wind and solar energy can be stored more

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Nobel prize honors breakthroughs on lithium-ion batteries

Sean Hannity

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Nobel prize honors breakthroughs on lithium-ion batteries

"Two American scientists and one from Japan will share this year's Nobel Prize for chemistry the prize goes to John good enough of the university of Texas at Austin Stanley winning have a Binghamton university in New York and a cure Yoshino of Japan the scientists will share the prize for their work developing lithium ion batteries the ninety seven year old good enough is the oldest person to be awarded the Nobel Prize in any

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Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to 3 scientists 'for the development of lithium-ion batteries'

Morning Edition

03:31 min | 1 year ago

Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to 3 scientists 'for the development of lithium-ion batteries'

"Inskeep the Nobel Prize for chemistry goes to people whose work in chemistry charges much of our lives they worked on batteries lithium ion batteries in particular which power anything from phones to electric cars who have yet to stop second I mean how did all this new thought that's then ultra in Sweden the three scientists won the prize for creating our re chargeable world NPR's now greenfield voice is here to tell us all about the winners either now hello who the winners alright so there's three scientists including the oldest scientists to ever win a Nobel others to in the United States so John good enough from the university of Texas at Austin he's ninety seven years old meaning that I still have decades and decades to get my own Nobel there's still time go are still times there's Ms Stanley winning him from Binghamton university state university of New York and then there's also a cure your she know who's a researcher at a corporation in Japan and as you said they all want it for work that led to the development of lithium ion battery I'm these are so ubiquitous I just picked one up right because I picked up my cell phone here what's going on here what they developed so as the Nobel Prize committee put it they said unlike other batteries there based on chemical reactions that sort of break down the electrodes these batteries are based on lithium ions that flow back and forth and these three scientists solved a number of chemical challenges to make it so that lithium ions can travel in a controlled manner and the result is that you have this battery that is really light weight that makes it truly portable and re chargeable and I because if it was breaking down the chemical process like the other batteries you describe were if you could be charged it's dead at the end of all that your batteries used to be like sure I DO cells or whatever yeah people who who have not you know grown up with batteries real sort of take lithium ion batteries for granted but they weren't on the market until nineteen ninety one and so you know there are a lot of younger people who have never known a world without these batteries but the truth is they really revolutionize things I mean okay the occasionally burst into flame right we've all heard about that because lithium is highly reactive but they are so light and they hold their charge and you don't have to completely drain the battery before recharging it I mean it's just a great battery technology and it's also why my phone can be this small that fits in my pocket righted be much larger bulkier and with an older style exactly so you have them in mobile phones you have them and laptops there's medical applications like pacemakers and then also long distance electric cars again lithium ion batteries and you know the Nobel Prize committee clearly thought that the ability to store energy from renewable sources like sun and wind we're really affected by this technology and that's kind of interesting because you know it really got started in the nineteen seventies during the oil crisis when oil companies were trying to diversify their energy activities and so now you know many you know years later it's being thought of in a different kind of way interesting reminder of how science works too because he's a three different people sharing the prize but they're different people in different parts of the world right they were working together but they're working on the same problem yeah they kind of picked up problems each one made a little step forward and then the next person picked it up and took it the next way now thanks so much thank you that's an peers now greenfield voice with word the three scientists have won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work on lithium ion

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Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to 3 scientists 'for the development of lithium-ion batteries'

Morning Edition

03:02 min | 1 year ago

Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to 3 scientists 'for the development of lithium-ion batteries'

"Inskeep the Nobel Prize for chemistry goes to people whose work in chemistry charges much of our lives they work on batteries lithium ion batteries in particular which power anything from phones to electric cars can stop second I mean how did all this new thought yes the announcement in Sweden the three scientists won the prize for creating our re chargeable world NPR's now greenfield voice is here to tell us all about the winners either now hello who the winners alright so there's three scientists including the oldest scientists to ever win a Nobel others to in the United States so John good enough from the university of Texas at Austin he's ninety seven years old meaning that I still have decades and decades to get my own Nobel there's still time go are still times there's M. Stanley winning him from Binghamton university state university of New York and then there's also a cure your she know who's a researcher at a corporation in Japan and as you said they all want it for work that led to the development of lithium ion battery I'm these are so ubiquitous I just picked one up right because I picked up my cell phone here but maybe people don't quite even understand the basic technology the charges everything what's going on here what they did what they developed so as the Nobel Prize committee put it they said unlike other batteries there based on chemical reactions that sort of break down the electrodes these batteries are based on lithium ions that flow back and forth and these three scientists solved a number of chemical challenges to make it so that lithium ions can travel in a controlled manner and the result is that you have this battery that is really light weight that makes it truly portable and re chargeable and I'll because if it was breaking down the chemical process like the other batteries you describe were if you could be charged it's dead at the end of all that your batteries used to be like sure I DO cells or whatever yeah people who if not you know grown up with batteries really sort of take lithium ion batteries for granted but they weren't on the market until nineteen ninety one and so you know there are a lot of younger people who have never known a world without these batteries but the truth is they really revolutionize things I mean okay the occasionally burst into flame right we've all heard about that because lithium is highly reactive but they are so late in the hold their charge and you don't have to completely drain the battery before recharging it I mean it's just a great battery technology and it's also why my phone can be this small that it fits in my pocket righted be much larger bulkier and with an older style exactly so you have them in mobile phones you have them and laptops there's medical applications like pacemakers and then also long distance electric cars again lithium ion batteries and you know the Nobel Prize committee clearly thought that the ability to store energy from renewable sources like sun and wind we're really affected by this technology and that's kind of interesting because you know it really got started in the nineteen seventies during the oil crisis

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Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to 3 scientists 'for the development of lithium-ion batteries'

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to 3 scientists 'for the development of lithium-ion batteries'

"Three scientists awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry for the development of lithium ion batteries the first truly light weight batteries winners are American John be good enough of the university of Texas at ninety seven the oldest person ever to get the Nobel Prize British American scientist Stanley Whittingham of Binghamton university and a cure you Shino of

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4 arrested in plot to attack Muslim community in New York

America in the Morning

01:37 min | 1 year ago

4 arrested in plot to attack Muslim community in New York

"Authorities in upstate New York say they've uncovered a plot to set off some homemade bombs. It may surprise you. To learn more about the four people who allegedly planned the attack on a Muslim community. Steve Kastenbaum has the latest. The investigation in Greece. New York just outside Rochester began with a tip from someone at the local high school, a student who heard a conversation told officials that someone mentioned that one of them looked like the next. School shooter one thing led to another and later police in the town arrested three young men sixteen year old from the high school we charged three individuals with the crime was cruel possession of a weapon. I. We also charged a fourth individual who sixteen years of age under the new raise the age law is an adolescent offender, that's Greece. Police chief Patrick Phelan. He said the suspects had a cache of nearly two dozen weapons and something else. The firearms are founded various homes. The three implement improvised explosive devices were all located at one home, which is the home of the sixteen year old adolescent defender, the three homemade explosive devices or were allegedly built for a specific purpose. A plot to attack in this community in Delaware County known as Islam Burke chief feeling claims the three young men in the high school student were intent on attacking people who live in the Muslim community, east of Binghamton, New York. The homemade bombs were sent to the FBI's lab in Quantico for further examination. Phelan said they were filled with black powder. Ball,

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"binghamton" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"binghamton" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"They've won ten of eleven. They have a real live runner in Marlin MAC and the Kansas City. Chiefs have a bad record in playoff games at home in the last X amount of years, and I think they have a terrible run defenses. Well, Tara their defenses. They're there. Now, they got Patrick Mahomes, and he can get an Kifg and Kelsey and tyreek they can do that. They can do that. But I think I think the colts actually have all the teams in the playoffs that aren't the chiefs the one team that might not be afraid of getting in a boat race with the chiefs would be the colts, Nicole to might think. Okay. We can we can try to win a game already one thirty eight that guy. Andrew lucked was. So I forget who was doing the game. But he said halftime. It was great point. He said this is precision. What we're we're seeing Sean Payton and drew Brees. I in terms the way that game was being called now. Not know they were they came out completely committed to just worry clock. Dang getting out of it. I mean, they knew that we're going to give it up that that game to me is going to be the most exciting watch. I think by far I mean because it just figures I'll look up the total on that figures to be both teams in the thirties. It's peaks to what you don't know. By the way, think about it. Frank Reich never gets that job unless Josh mcdaniels to in backs out and people are they started one in five Gary I have that. Right. I mean, they're talking about firing Frank Reich at one in five. Now, it was sudden I'm with Gary wasn't just Andrew lucked. The play calling was outstanding eagles at saints. The saints are the number one seed overall fifty six by the way, the total in that chief team fifty seven. That's not enough. That's not enough eagles at sayings the eagles. The saints killed them a few weeks ago and anger them when they did it because they did a late touchdown a late touchdown pass that they? Didn't have to do. I would normally give the eagles no chance, but they're the defending Super Bowl champions. I didn't think they'd even get into the playoffs. They have one like four or five games in a row each one. If they lost VIP out. I don't think they're going to win this game. But I'm not going to be stunned. If thank you wanna take a stab at what that line opened at. I'm sort of surprised to see this number. Thanks, plus eight saints minus to say, that's that's about where it is. Now started out with the saints ten point favorite. That's a lot of playoff spot against a guy who's been really good on snot only good on games that are elimination. Putting that in air quotes games but on third downs. But like elimination downs even tissue that you will love in playoff games, Nick foles because they're four of them completes in the fourth quarter. Seventy two percent of his passes. Interest ask yourself or core. It's impossible to know. But ask yourself does. Does Carson Wentz that last drive discussion? Once I don't know. Forth in the saints nine to the one four announced side onto golden NO. There will be some discussion of now remember teddy Bridgewater started week seventeen. It's going to have been almost a month or three weeks extensively since drew Brees has played. And you're going to get that whole rest verse Russ argument, the saints are not a team that I would be shocked to see come out. And there's there's so rhythm based. Already. We've talked about three road teams with the possibility of winning. The Cowboys are at the rain. I don't give them a chance to win. The rams. The only thing I will tell you is this the Rams give up five yards Paraggio and the Cowboys have guy I like to call Zeki leli. That's the one thing. That's I don't think they can win that game underdogs three hundred dollars won outright and all four covered. Correct. I mean, it's not not that. That means anything for this coming week, but it can happen. So if the Rams learned anything from last year, there was growth to be had it was, you know, they they came in with the the the number one see this awesome position..

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"binghamton" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"binghamton" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"It'd to get the bigger numbers. Dallas always gets the big remember. And then if you have if you have Cowboys at Rams, you're going to get a number and then with eagles and saints. I guess I was surprised starring meeting some almond, but weren't usual price at the patriots were at one o'clock on Sunday. They would be later because it's the patriots arches charge. No charges have no following. So let's get to that game of all of the division champions. My opinion is that they are the weakest my opinion is that they are not as strong as they have been for years and years and years and with the charges now eight and one on the road unless that's a ten degree day. And that's possible. That's tawny. Twenty degrees right now that that that can hurt you if you're sandiego or L A, whichever one you are that can hurt you. But if that temperature is not cruel. I think the charges win that one just very quickly one under anything on the chargers that you saw on display against the ravens to admittedly, do not have the world's greatest offense charters defenses. Good. It was great there there. I think they are solid Davos it gets a lot of attention. But I think is pretty I mean, they get less tickets. We figure out west coast defense their eventual solid. I would have said the Cowboys in the Texans were weak. Division champions at least a couple of weeks ago. Then the patriots I would agree with you the patriots and look. Very beatable for the patriots. I mean, you have to that on a curve. I mean, you're playing the patriots Tom Brady Bill check in Gillette. I read it's not just going to go in and and boat race them. Oh, I will never be prized of the patriots. Of course, say, right? Looks like now as far as the chargers defense. Chris brings up an interesting point. I mean, the chargers that charges raven game was really interesting to me. I mean, I said this before they are that had the feel is as far as the chargers defense defending Lamar Jackson me of like when you there's a late scratch in some August baseball game and they start some rookie. And he's got a no hitter going through five and then in the six any gives up five runs. I just felt like it's one thing to look at tape and prepare for a guy. It's another thing to have just played them charges hat and have tape of yourselves against him just one. I just looked it up because I'm often wrong when I blindly site things total defense this is yards per game. Which I mean, there are a million measures. Okay. Right. But total defense. Charge number one to twenty nine ravens this this. I think is playoff side just even the deal with points against. But that's I agree. There's no way that you up to twenty nine a game that must be you might just be that might just be let me look at your. They're good. I mean, there's there's no points there. And and if rivers can get all the way, right which really hasn't appeared to be about a month. They could run for their money, which I would love to see I would love to see Philip rivers get one I would just love to see Bill rivers run for another first down. He is a junk. Just to circle. Gary's right. I did season number one yards against ravens to eighty seven. The chargers are knife. Hell but not where the patriots. Rolling rolling twenty. I know they're not good. Yup. Chiefs, by the way, thirty first. So that takes us to the chiefs gold said chiefs, Andrew lock is where you four Andrew lock would be three or four years ago. He couldn't even throw a regulation football in June this year, he was throwing Nerf ball..

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"binghamton" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"binghamton" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"With allergies by the way, feel free to share. And I guess even lay solicit can have some we have the Honey here. Doug my hand in there. And we got all right. So Nigel has news. We have a lot of news. I do indeed, Mr Tony. And before we get into news pro I need to pull a job. Can I just say that we never even talked about the Indianapolis came? We never. Was over in the I never talked about the Cowboys. But in the old guy said, we'll talk about games coming up. Yes. I need to apologize to Michael do because we are sharing a headphone, Jack. That's phone Jack. Yeah. Right. I like you. I have to turn it up very loud. So. Nigel sneaky old very uncomfortable and far too close to my dad, a lot of personal space issues. Yeah. This is Tony lots of things that we can begin this newscast with. But really there's only one thing that we will begin with an, of course, is talking about the first place. Binghamton Bana cats. We beat New Hampshire on the row when league. That's right. We're probably technically tied. And we are now five and d one win sixty nine Jackson, create and more importantly on the road. No that was home. What's more always all my throat? No. That was a home. Come into court. I watched little this on the into web, really. Hooked you gamble on it. You read with seven, and so they covered very exciting. Yes. But we are favored by seven faded by seven to eleven. Telling you this because I the text on bad cats. They won't be favored one. Record starting point guard as a hook for a left hand pull that I'm looking they must be they must be atrocious. New hampshire. They've lost eleven straight in winless against division. Opponents. Okay. Well, yes, picking they've won two. Yes. They beat a team called Revia, which I think is three two to three wins as well. Talking about. We are prepped. We played north western Michigan mill Dame we played Michigan. Yeah. We got beat. But world, I think that's the best team in the country. Michigan. So do I think they can be too. I I think they have they didn't get to the final four last year. Didn't they Johnny was Sean? Smoking feline is so scary about that they Michigan bourbon into country. How good is Michigan? I agree with the best defensive team. They're good felines. Grinded out mentality. Never had before they play a different style basketball. You like this can say this transition offense into country right now going Sam the Sam Sam the sham Sessoms lead all schools with twenty one point about the big potato Caleb back. That's a team against us. Right. Tony. No he played against. I think it was HAMAs Hedo who Thomas? The big potato fifteen points and six rebounds. Double double. Gone to a college basketball game and a football playoff game in the same northwestern, bead, Illinois and you watch the bears. I don't know that I've ever done that too much for me. I think that was a noon tiff speaking hit big wins. You'll Washington Wizards. A big win big city. The first win ever city ever won sixteen ninety Westbrook and George plate. Yes. They played this one player who didn't play the wizards. What's his name on wall wasn't without him? Victory in one of the heat, but you have three. The problem is did this last year. They approved over short period about. I I'm popping off the mouth of saying they were gonna go eleven and six something. I said something crazy. Yeah. Without came close. It came really close within a game. The problem is the longer they go without him. They can't hold it. No. And so. They're gonna have another failed. This is not another. They're gonna miss the playoffs. I been in the playoffs and had advanced to last three years. And now it's going to take a real. Lexin of us all to get. I'm very very critical of John wall. And I don't believe the wizards could win a championship with him. Somebody else might if he's not the number one player, but he's their best player, and you can't over the long haul over forty games, you're going to be you're not gonna be good enough. One other one other thing that happened there. I'm not defending his max contract..

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"binghamton" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"binghamton" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"'cause I didn't I didn't refer to my notes as much as I should have Alabama has won games by an average of thirty one point five points this year, which is an enormous disparity. And you would save yourself. Well, Clemson was close with am. And Clemson was close with Syracuse. So if you'd guess you maybe they had a disparity of about twenty twenty. No, it's thirty one point four. It's thirty one point five. Thirty one point four that is remarkable to me that Clemson given to very close games was able to do that. Yeah. No. I mean, I look like a about a month left in the season. I did something on you know, kind of comparing Alabama to some of the historically great teams really the best of the last twenty years. And then I started looking at Clemson statistics next. I'm like, wow, they're the same. They you know, they they have been a very dominant team all year as you mentioned there. There were two close games was in the second week of the year when Kelly Bryant was still the starter. The other one was when Trevor Ward's got hurt and they had the play their third string when they've had their best team on the field. They rushed everybody. So I mean, they are legitimate team. I expect this to be very competitive game. I think it's going to be closely and go down to the wire as the two previous championship games between these two have you don't expect to see a quarterback with a man bun at Clemson. You just don't is Trevor Lawrence that good. He is so good that he can have a man bun at. Yes. I is that does take doing, you know, Plumpton is a a boot jeans kind of place, not really your man gun sort of fun sort of spy when you're when you can throw the ball through brick wall. And you're sick sick. And you don't make any mistake. You can do whatever you want with your hair. He's he's unbelievable. These remarkable siemian to watch him in person. You're really kind of blown away by the the arm strength of Lawrence and by the touch and accuracy of of tech of law. I think these two guys we're going walk be watching them play great football for the next fifteen years. So you're surprised as I am surprised. That is Clemson plus six it just I don't I don't really get that. What to what do you attribute that? Do you think it's a weaker conference that they come from? Yeah. I mean, it is there's there's no doubt about that. They have had a little bit easier row to hoe. But I think people have just been seduced by Amer, you know, maybe to the extent of being a little bit lined at to. So clemson. So you know, I mean, the number the sprint huge on Obama all year that covered a lot of. So I think that's why that number is what it is. I think it will be closer than that. But you know, we'll see how plays out. But I I guess I can understand given the the predisposition to seeing Alabama run up big numbers on people. But these things are even so is there is there your ad in Santa Clara. It's a team from Alabama and a team from South Carolina. And there was a story last week that the tickets were not going for the same sort of number like if this was in Atlanta that there would be three thousand dollars a ticket. Obviously, do you sense a lack of interest in the game? Out there or no. I mean amongst the regular people. Yeah. I mean, I think if we had walked the streets of Santa Clara, and San Jose and Sunnyvale, and and said, you know, who is to tongue of low of a lot of people said in here cricketer from Pakistan or something I just don't think that there's a whole lot of natural resonance of college football in this area. And the other thing, you know. Yes. The games along ways away and these fan bases have been paying through the nose for three straight years. That's the downside of young. Yeah..

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"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Three three two three seven seven six is a telephone number hit me up on Snapchat, Snapchat, hood. You follow me on Snapchat. I will follow you back guaranteed. Just try me. See what happens also on the Graham, Instagram? I g j hood Gladys you're with us abbreviated edition of U T H as we're on until ten o'clock, then we had it over to Dan lebatardshow. Stugatz and Greg Cody right here on ESPN two thousand and the SPN apple Tuesday. Hope you have a great Tuesday night. It's we spend time together. This is my first time talking about the Chicago Bears as NFC north champions. I was not with the show last night because I had UIC flames basketball duty with Chris Blackwood did that we d those games on ESPN. Plus, and so the UIC flames go onto victory day to feed it. You I w current word out of San Antonio, Texas. So we do the home games on ESPN. Plus that's why I was not here on Monday. But I'm here Tuesday. We have no show Wednesday now back Thursday after I believe another Notre Dame game on Thursday will be on around the same time. Eight thirty to ten and Thursday will be my last show. For two thousand eighteen and so we will continue on here. Trying to piecemeal some thoughts about the Chicago Bears right up to the new year. So got a couple of shows left this one Thursday. Of course, you could always stay connected to me on social media as I mentioned, a Snapchat on the Graham, also Twitter Twitter dot com. Tweet Jay hood. Well after Notre Dame barely gets bass Binghamton. I don't care what the broadcast had that. That was not what the injuries in issues has been gone over Notre Dame the way that northwestern beat Binghamton and beat them down twenty Kornheiser, Michael wilpon were here. It's a whole different Notre Dame team now, and they're just barely getting bass Binghamton. So they're going through some tough struggles. So we're gonna wait for the audience to recycle here a little bit. And then we'll get into the bigger topic of the top your up just going to give you the the news about the bears here, and it's a positive in the right direction when it comes to the Pro Bowl because the Pro Bowl twenty nine thousand nine hundred. Elections for every team came out. And of course, the bears. They did very well, you imagine if you MC north champions, and and you've been in first place in playing terrific football. Of course, you'd have a lot of pro bowler. So here's what it came out to be. If you're just joining us didn't hear Cleal MAC, of course, the Pro Bowl or whether he was going to be a writer or a bear new who's going to be in the Pro Bowl, right at least elected to go the Pro Bowl. So let's learn a little bit you. Now what what's the MAC attack all about domination mobile? Who passed me a cigarette? All you sit dominating. Khalil mack. A pro bowler. Eddie Jackson is also the Pro Bowl. Kyle fuller. Akeem Hicks into Rico une. You think about those players in the Pro Bowl as Jeff Joni actress found out about domination in which I just continued to just couldn't it just couldn't believe he said domination. That's all I needed. That's when I knew the pairs of make the playoffs domination. Oh. So you think about the two thousand sixteen NFL defensive player of the year, a virtual lock to make the Pro Bowl the moment that he joined the bears in September. Leads a team with twelve and a half sacks, and he's recorded double digit totals in four consecutive seasons. Then there's any Jackson who ten spent time with on football night in Chicago a couple of weeks back really enjoy talking to Eddie Jackson, very confident person when you played under Nick Sabin you played for Alabama. Of course, you're going to be very confident. And here's a player here is is as opportunistic as any player in the secondary. That we've seen over the last twenty years, you think about this because you see the numbers numbers speak for themselves and he looked at six interceptions for Jackson already this season cow, fluids, seventy receptions, Cohen and all purpose threat and Hicks. With six sacks are all first time choices all those guys. And so you just look at the quality that comes out of the bears. See when you have struggled, and we'll talk more about this at the top of the hour. But when you've struck. As much as the bears of struggle and just trying to find an identity. I talk about this so often on the show with all of our teams all the teams that you follow all the teams that I follow closely. It's about trying to establish a culture, you just can't own a team right own a franchise and go to the meetings and sign off on certain contracts and not develop some kind of culture. And I think the bears definitely have done that. I said if you go back to the archives of under the hood for the end of the podcast and go back to some of my July, August September shows and live shows I talked about in the summer is Cuba is on Ryan pace. And saying that Ryan pace is the guy who is on for twenty eighteen more so than guard packs more so than THEO and Jad more sold than Rick HANA. Kenny Williams, my focus was on the ability for Ryan pace to get the job done as general manager because I thought. That if you're going to go all in all of your chips in the middle of the table for Mitchell Trubisky the way they did. And then being able to look at Khalil Mack and say this guy needs to come here. Now, you can tell that he was trying to mortgage the future for a very positive president. And so far for what you've seen so far for all of the gambling. That pace has done. He has been able to develop that only just the players. I just mentioned Trubisky and MAC, but he also has been able to. Put together NFC north champion. Now that is a step in the right direction for the bears without question because you'd rather be in the playoffs then to be looking at the draft on December eighteenth. But you look at those players that just mentioned Khalil Mack any Jackson Kyle fuller. Akeem Hicks three Cohen mean. Mean all those players have may impact plays as you. Well know, and the alternates also Ted that may actually play because some of these players just mentioned me, not even make the Pro Bowl. Maybe they'll just take a pass because of some injury fake injury because they don't want to go, but Trey Burton Trubisky roquan Smith. As well. As Cody white hair, Danny trevathan, Leonard Floyd, Charles Leno, junior those alternates and each one of those players have made. Quality plays and they have paid dividends for the Chicago Bears team as we talk about the bears would Jonathan hood on ESPN one thousand and the ESPN app. Every one of those players have been able to make an impact and I have to credit Ryan pace for being able to build this culture in. Here's the thing. As is before Khalil Mack yacht here. It was a team that was on the rise. But a team that just did not have an identity and to my point about that is when you are able to trade for Khalil Mack. And he wants to be part of the Chicago Bears. He wants to be part of this team. That's building a culture because that's saying that no matter what's going on offense and being able to trade picks to get Mitchell Trubisky to try to get the stench off of Cutler off of the city, you still have to have identity, and the identity of the is you have to size the football. That are flourishing no matter what it looks like authencity with Mitchell Trubisky because I will not go down the road of how bad or how average or how mediocre or unsatisfying which will Trubisky is to some is that really the point the point is as is this team was able to get to the top of the mountain in the NFC north, and we haven't seen that in quite a long time. And so the culture is built when as soon as you got MAC that means that the mccaskey family decided, you know, what it's best to be able to do this. Yes, we're signing off on this. Because it's enough of being in last place is enough being the laughing stock of the. National Football League. And so they decided to do this and it's a positive for sure for the spirit team. But something else I want to point out to you as well. That was from Bill Barnwell SPAM dot com. Talking about the NFL's biggest surprises and who could copy them two thousand nineteen. Says the bears on Sunday officially became the nineteen intense seasons to go from worst to first and win their division. Just one year after finishing in last place. It was a monumental turnaround for team that posted four consecutive seasons with double digit losses from twenty four team to twenty seventeen in January. The bears will host a home playoff game for the first time since twenty eleven should think about that. For a second the twenty eleven postseason. Which ended with Caleb Haney? You remember him, right? Trying to lead the bears come comeback victory over air. Rodgers and the Packers. The bears had beaten it healthy Rogers, only once in seven tries over ensuing seven seasons before Sunday when you're trying to build a culture you have to get better with defense, and you have to know as lovey Smith said when he was the head coach of this team one of his three keys is beat the Packers. But despite the rivalry, and despite if it sounded like he was pandering, maybe he was a little bit. But I think that you have to have a mission statement, and if nothing else lovey Smith had emissions mission is like, hey, this is the team to beat in the NFC north got to beat the Packers. And when you read that sentence of the bears had beaten, a healthy Rogers only once in eleven tries over the ensuing seven seasons before Sunday, man. That's amazing. It's amazing. And yet, you're not building a culture when you struggle. The way the bears had the tenant forebears were an eight to one odds to win the division before the season. And then here comes Khalil Mack. Right. And that really was able to change the fortunes of this team. He goes on to talk about can the bears and some of the twenty eight teens other surprise teams and players keep it up between nineteen. So he starts off with the bears and goes on and says that the bears didn't exactly come out of nowhere. Of course. He says when I wrote about the Rams and their own massive turn around this time last season identified the bears as the most likely team to go worst to first this season in July. I wrote about how the advanced metrics just that the bears one of sixteen most likely to improve in two thousand eighteen okay. I mean, you can roll the dice and just say sure the bears are going to do it. And you look at the Browns, you can look at all these other teams and just say, well, most likely these teams Ma possibly can go from worst to first, but you get a lot of choices. Very few that I know of belief in most ardent most die hard bear fan was not even sure what the season was gonna bring because it's the first year coach and despite Khalil Mack being here. It's not like we've had terrific defensive players KOMO via free agency or come over to the bears. And yet they do the job the offense does not. So it's not like we've never seen this before. So they talk about in this article from Bill Barnwell about a couple of key elements. There are two key elements to both teams success talking about the Chicago Bears this year and next year. He also talks about the two thousand seventeen Jaguars. They're remarkably help you on defense with their eleven starting defenders combined to miss just three games all season. The twenty team bears have been remarkably fresh even though price Callahan went down with the broken foot in week fourteen. They're starting eleven had missed a total of just three games think about that. And he thinks that it blessed with good health that the bears could be right back up there. Again, there's nothing like sustained success for real when it comes to trying to build a culture. And so when you're trying to build a culture, it's not just winning the division this year. It's about trying to get their next year. The next year actually ask Cup fans. This here's looking at you Cup fans. It's about building a culture. It's exactly what the oh. In Jeddah done with the Chicago Cubs tending to bears are trying to do too..

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Princeton vs. Duke Basketball Highlights

CBB: Binghamton at Notre Dame

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Princeton vs. Duke Basketball Highlights

"Eighty three college basketball in the nation's second ranked team Duke running Princeton off the floor six to twenty eight to store now. Just ripped it out of the hands of a rally. Heart hard. Blue blue devil, IMG sports network. RJ Barrett at twenty seven one on one to fifty over

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"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Eleven remaining and Notre Dame by Chan now it comes on into gives gives back to Goodwin Goodwin. On over to Gibbs Gibbs over the midcourt stripe. Cross court to hub hub now Goodwin. Notre Dame's gonna burn some clock. A minute left. Twenty on the shot clock named by ten gives now on over to Harvey and Harvey is fouled and Harvey's been good at the line this year twenty seven of thirty five seventy seven percent, and he was four for four on Saturday against Purdue and just time running out here for Binghamton to make their comeback. Certainly Sessoms has done everything can his last segment knocking down desperation threes. But now you'd have to even if DJ knocks down one of these free throws we should be able to get out of here with the with the wind pretty safely Harvey seven points on the night at a career high tying nineteen. Eighteen against Purdue free throw on the way out of the remnant. Fouts wants bounced twice caught the edge dropped through the sixty five fifty four named by eleven Harvey will get another. Dips the knees fires it up, and it's good. Sixty six fifty four Notre Dame by twelve inbounds pass to Sessoms Sessoms racing down the floor. Sesame shovels out to Davis is three too strong. Rebound, Mooney and moody is fouled. Mooney. If he makes the free throw we'll have his six double double of the year. We should call this double double night. You're just trying to jinx this one too. Aren't you? I'm not trying to jinx anything. He's got. He's got he's got to shots here though. So he should.

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"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Left side. It goes to hop in the corner goes to Harvey drives baseline is cut off and loses. The ball off his foot out of bounds. Some dog defense there by the Bearcats Binghamton was almost a three to two threes out there. But at three guards way pushed up, and and really ran up to the ball. They're there come sessions with the basketball on over to Chow Chow to Everson Davis. High post Benard chancellor Bernard. Dumps it on overnight at Davis. Davis driving left face like step back jumper. They're no good rebound looney looney second now in the ACC in. Rebounding. Gibbs over the bitcoin stripe to Goodwin. Not a Gibbs left side. It goes to hub to kids. Not a good one up. Top Gibbs over the Goodwin Goodwin. Driving baseline his jumper from fifteen is too strong. And the rebound pulled down by every Davis. She gets it over the court stripe. Davis to Stewart Stewart up top sessions sessions driving right side of the lane behind his back pulls it back out. He throws it over to JC Schaub actor Sessoms to show up top it goes to Stewart Notre Dame's man to man pass over to Sam Sessoms now thirteen in the shot clock. He's between the circles on the global shoots. Over TJ Gibbs that wants to strong and other rebound for moody. And will bring it up the floor and shovel it ahead to hub hub over the courts right now between the circles hub hands it off to Goodwin Dane Goodwin. Between the circles, not a Gibbs gives up to good one over to hub top of the key Mooney. Mooney stops pops from there to struck the two three zone, right? Now for Binghamton Smith kind of impenetrable as the hours are shot over.

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Marines ready for a big donation effort to Toys for Tots

Buck Sexton

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Marines ready for a big donation effort to Toys for Tots

"Ask any marine, he or she will tell you they adapt and overcome. Well, that's what the marines behind. The Catalan regions toys for tots campaign had to do when toys R us closed this year. Amtrak said it couldn't make trains available to distribute. The toys the answer thanks to a wide range of sponsors, including Norfolk Southern a train that will make four stops between Binghamton and the Lanson distributing toys on December first following Sunday. The ninth six tractor trailers will be part of a twenty vehicle caravan with stops between Saratoga springs and rouses point that the Canadian border. Current toy drive is underway. At more than four hundred locations crossed the cattle

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"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Seventy six thirty nine the score here. Northwestern in front seven forty four lots of blade and the second half. Nate tat born back to hear Welsh Ryan arena. Dave Bennett along with the football team will be at Minnesota tomorrow. Joey Meyer, thanks to say on assignments. When you're when you're digging again three big in the game. Like coach Joey Meyer is you get to go on assignment. Those big shoes. I don't know where he is. But doing well, and he's probably. Maybe maybe fatiguing. Maybe a little bit. Maybe I'll get a tax stepping. Maybe just take me a little bit or semi, Don cherry hill. Editor at halftime this about you know, the the memories of the. Went to the tournament. It's kind of curious what your thoughts are being this closely removed from your playing days, you know, somebody these guys on the floor right now. Tell me back. This was a kind of weird. Barrett was my guy Roker is my roommate on the road. Live together for summer. I've got really both Jordan. I plan the same a teams winter high school so and Saint program and then guys like. Brian Greer an AJ became really really close with retro laterite. So we we went on trips to go to away games, Wisconsin, Indiana, whatever may be so. We became really close. But no, I love being back here at home for me. Over the last six years. So it's fun. Come by the table and greeted you with some nice pleasantries of hits a couple of free throws. It's always nice to know that your work is appreciative. Absolutely seventy six forty one. Wildcats seven thirty five remains. Rare with it at the top. Finally corner of the end in the northwestern Lonzo at the top of the floor at there in the middle purple and bordered in white twelve seconds to shoot gains works his way free now to Trump at the top seven on the shot clock finds Greer wide open three ball left wing. No good. But that's flying for the rebound. Nobody blocked about and pass those stolen down of the deck is games. Try to get control of it. A lot of hands Richard in there. It's going to be a jump ball. It's gonna go to Binghamton. It's a great shot working inside out. I mean getting the offense board right away. Then Pete hitting Ryon for that three this need to find a little bit of a rhythm. And we talked to especially this late in the game and going into the next game going into LA. That's really really big. Seven hundred seventy six forty one north western leads. Timmy, rose with it or Binghamton. With the dribble. Handoff sesame at the top of the floor with eighteen to shoot on gains down the lane. He goes following scooper is good. Eleven process. Seventy six forty three northwestern league, six forty three to go clear across the timeline. Outta gains and Taylor. Wherever the back in the middle. Right with the right sideline. Calling out a play. Gains in the middle. Now Taylor left wing dump pass. It wasn't expected to pass a law suit filed in frustration. Complicated compound. The matter. With the foul are gonna last time. I would contact about the focus. That's where it was right now. It's it's hard to blame. Guys. You're you're up seventy six forty three. But you have to get into the habit of playing the game to the end. You can't think about scores go play, which is tough. Imagine. Handing off to rose fifteen on the shot clock. We're going against rear down the lane left. Side scoop shot is good. That's just too easy. One of the one of the things that got young guys either work on as well. Defensive stuff district position all or one on one day. Chains. Open on the left wing bounce pass inside NATs weaker lane jumpers. Good to me off the backboard and oh good. Things going down and call it. Good before it even went in. Shower it back out to rose for Binghamton five thirty five left to go. Shower that nice big three from the right wing. He's getting a little hot here. He's got fifteen points in the game infrastructure shoot. I think that like I said the first one going at you when you see one go in it's. Ultimate green light. Rear looking for Taylor between the circles near wing now to Nancy thank come on over. Taylor has it now on rhythm of three right? There is no good rebound tap and controlled by Binghamton done. Five minutes to play. No look pass the right corner rose baseline to baseline and a towel coming up underneath. And I'm not sure if they got they got Benson. Yep. Benson will pick up a second. Alluded to the Los Angeles tournament. That's of course, the wooden classic. Fresno state will be the first team up. That'll be on November twenty second three thirty minutes. Either LaSalle or Miami. And then to be determined. A three day tournament. Good teams out there. Yeah. Honored with basket. Six points at seventy six to fifty. Eleven nothing run here for. Binghamton it has seventeen to to run for Binghamton over the last four and a half minutes. It's crazy. Nance pull up three from the wing. No good and the rebound taken out of their buying cheap. Sessoms down the lane behind the back dribble for.

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"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"His place right there with ten on the shot clock. Inside a Turner. Double clutched you wanted to shoot. And it's up Benson open. But hands got in there and poked away clock is off final twenty three seconds of this. I tap the Bearcats. Maybe feel good about themselves going into the locker rooms in a hold up in the last shot is crunch time are here sit down and get a big stop, especially going into the half. Forty eight nineteen north western. Asset Sessoms inside had a shot blocked away. Now Davis free throw line jumper rim. No good Stewart. Follow. No good. And that's an and the first half of play and north western we'll take up forty eight to nineteen lead into the halftime locker room. And a lot of good things going on out there on that floor have to get the details from our Brennan assistant coach Brian James who is set to join us here courtside as we get the headset on him. And. We'll get that headset on them and get ready to go here for our little halftime. And coach a lot of good out there for you guys. You're playing a bunch of different styles and late really seems to be bothering Binghamton. Well, you know, I think we played pretty good team defense the entire season. And a lot of it's due are linked. You know, we're better at politically, obviously. But we've got through four really good team defenders and individual defenders. So that's that's you know, low shooting percentages result of that twenty two percent nine percent from three. So we're happy about that were not so happy that we've let sessions get to the lane for himself for somebody else. A few times with his go. The dribble drive is create some havoc forest. But defensively I think we've done really well. Absolutely. I think you guys are attacked the press. Really anything you expected the zone. Well, you know, we're getting a little bit confused because a couple of times a day to came out, by the way. Congratulations your new announced. Joey out. So you got depth born here, but Joey does a great job. But getting back to that. We're tech. Depress. We'll get into the middle against the press. We just gotta make better decisions where you know. We're we're missing some easy. Layups were short on a few little short jumpers were not doing the ball the big man when he's open. So, you know, you know, all of this is new to us because we haven't really seen half court pressure. We haven't seen Zolt deep bench yet. So we're still growing coach. Thanks so much for the time. You look in the second half. All right. Thank you coach Brian James joining us courts does.

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"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Pardon? It's the first free throw. And the second one on the way. That's no good rebound captured by Ichi forty six seventeen. Northwestern. Two minutes to go first half. Vici with the top of the key looking back to sesame that pass was tipped by law. Fight for it right in the front court and a whistle avatar up and alternate possession. It'll stay with Binghamton with fifteen to shoot. Wants the bodies on the floor. You love to see that even with your up by that point. Yeah. Absolutely getting down and dirty on the floor of their. That's a great once. Again, the deflections really, that's what calls everything is really big length getting out there may deflections. That's the other thing too. It's not just height. It's the wingspan absolutely Dirks. What seven three? That's crazy. Sessoms tripling inside had the ball. Poked away momentarily doesn't realize it only three on the shot clock. Now Davis into the game. Fires at the horn, just hit the rim and the rebound has tapped by law to Turner headed comes to law right side. Weaving his way through traffic. Stop for the free throw line jump shot rim. No good rebound pulled down by Stewart to an H E out of shout to the front court at twenty to go in the first half. Shall all? Missed. The shot Benson pulls down the rebound law now on the run track meets out here. Now has asked behind the art and law working inside gets fouled by Sessoms. I'll be Sessoms. I personal foul. I.

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"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Boston College AJ Turner, Levy ACC ranked sixteenth in the country. In assist turnover ratio. That's a really important staffer point guard. Great stat. He makes the first one whether you're a shoot I or a pass first point guard. I think he might be a mixture of both. I think regardless of whatever you are. I think that that's a cute status, especially being able to take care of the ball, and especially having dominant point guard right now like we had last year prior MacIntosh. Being helped bring the ball before. And then you've got Jordan Ashton Wrangler who are able to as well. But definitely helps Turner with a pair. And he's got nine of the game thirty six fifteen northwestern five twenty five to go first half. Tyler Stewart working inside a fall away. Jumper from the left baseline is good at the big time. He has four points in the game. Thirty six seventeen north western leads with the ball or the Wildcats Jordan saying let's slow things down a little bit on the far side in front of the Binghamton bench via Taylor back into the game as well dance with it. Now says come I get the ball young for Taylor and Taylor? We'll get off the Turner eight on the shot clock. Derek, pardon right, elbow one dribble. Dump pass underneath was knocked out of bounds. It was intended for Turner. Quick hands by Bernard. Knock it out about the offense getting stagnant. They're they're great job of flash. Hi post to drive that they're five to shoot. Asheville trigger out long Turner three on the clock now to ball put away natural pick it up with one on the shot clock. Berry three from the right wing bright spot right time. Your night, win dot dot dot. The six ten guy berries at three inside goes Sessoms left. Hand scoop shot dot good partner for the rebound. Thirty nine seventeen north western four and a half to go in the first half. Bullet passed inside way up with his back to the hoop is NASA scores once again using the using the momentum defense offense. That's a great way. Brennan the floor by Pete Nansen, really pushing that once again, major Turner. So NATs with nine. A forty one seventeen north western lead. Stewart back for Binghamton missed the top of the key jumper bomb knocked out of bounds. Last touch by Binghamton. It'll be northwestern basketball with four zero five to go in the first half and a forty one seventeen advantage. I mean, that's got to be so disheartening for the team when you're playing that good. A defended just not finding out of the rim right now. I think it's really tough for him. But just keep your head up shooting inside a Turner follow a right handed hook shot from the baseline is good. Like, we talk about again getting the ball in the post or a big wings using their size against them. Forty three seventeen. Wildcats three forty five to go. First half. Caldwell at the top picked up the dribble and an offensive foul. Tyler stewart. That's gonna be his first that'll send us to and officials time out here on the floor. It's been all northwestern here in this first half Wildcats out to a forty three seventeen lead. Three forty one remains here in half number one..

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"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Saw seem layup miss rebound tapping in the air law. We'll take that down and give it out now Turner and rhythm for a three that's too strong law trying to get it. But he was blocked out by Caldwell and now here come the Bearcats on the run Sessoms between the circles calling out the place. Looking for a screen to be settled law law gets around it? Now, dribbling it a double team. Sessoms cops Bassim top Stewart down the lane. Fouts mass underneath a dribbled off the foot wildcat player. Apparently Benson's foot sorta stay with Binghamton with fourteen to shoot really using the ball screen a lot. And I think that the last time out coach talked a lot about the communication with that. Albert will hand it off shall back in the ballgame. Ten seconds on the shot clock Sessoms with it high on the floor, right wing. He'll take a deep range three rimmed in Benson high for the rebound for the cats. The Wildcats that is law headed comes to Turner twenty to ten northwestern the lead nice little crossover finger. Ole miss Benson was for the rebound score. The great move. I think you just gotta go off to feed theory, try to figure everything and dismissed it. So great finish by Barrett. You're too young to remember, George Gervin. He was famous for that with the San Antonio Spurs the iceman twenty four ten northwestern in front nine fifty five to go in this half. First half of play from Evanston. Shower with it for the Bearcats way high on the floor left side picked up the dribble past Bernard now Sessoms five to shoot Sessoms in traffic at the free throw line steward now long range three. That's no good. In the rebound has taken by law. From.

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"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"binghamton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"LOC hop, pardon Taylor and AJ Turner getting his start here for the northwestern. Wildcats you control the tap. And we are underway. AJ turner. Give it to part and a high of the floor pass to turn it working inside goes a window at scores that was quick. Exactly. In the post early. Turner, Boston College sitting out last year getting good looks today and a foul. Shabas wide open air for Xiao. But a foul play. That'll be the first on the team. That foul going against Caldwell. It'll be his first. Sideline. Inbound for the Wildcats facing a little full court pressure from Talbot. Lawlor ringing up across the timeline. The back to the top of the floor goes. Twenty-one on the shot clock to nothing. Wildcats law quick trigger. Three left-wing is good. Definitely helps us go in early tonight. What are we talking about the top shooting? Eighteen percent last game. So far to the floor. Walker behind the arc five nothing. Wildcats nineteen o nine to go here in the first half. Here. Sesame talented young point guard out of Philadelphia. He'll raise up for a three. And that's off the Mark about tapped up against the backboard and taken by Derek hardy, aloe. Wildcats come back. It's cop going baseline all the way in showers partially blocked pardoned gets it back. Quick reversal of the ball out. Taylor will slow things down eighteen to shoot law inside a pardon. Dump pass inside goes to cop his shot was blocked by Stewart and out of bounds. And it'll be wildcat basketball with eleven on the shock line. Actually, it went off of wildcat. And now the Bearcats will happen. That's pretty solid D by their cats cats out here tonight, the cats cats, and the green jerseys is the Bearcats Binghamton, New York and the America east conference. Art. Handoff to systems right at the top of the key down the lane to the right side at is shot partially blocked out at backhoe, call out near corner. Three. That's no good high for the rebound at battling port coming out later. It was Bernard. Stuart little dish. It off the Sessoms traffic it by cop elbow jumper from the left sirens in and out with the rebound taken down underneath five art at a foul coming up on the Wildcats active hands by these Bearcats early on getting those offense boards really kind of get your offense going. The foul out. Ryan Taylor his first and the first time the team it'll be a baseline inbounds for Sessoms. Off to our left five. Nothing. Wildcats lead early on eighteen o six remains here in the first. Paul Stewart high on the floor leading traffic clear want dribble fake the hand off. Now, it gets it up Colleville gender Donilon against part part just blocked his shot out of bounds to the Bearcats. Well, let's see that was six-speed going against nearly seven feet. Now, I'm no expert, but being near the closer to the six feet in the seven gonna work out real well for shallow. Nice fog three that missed and here comes pick law with the rebound where the Wildcats on the push Taylor left elbow jumper. That's good. Called by the Bearcats movement and transition. Got us off that'd venture board. Really get get out. Musar size. So a thirty second timeout called. The Bearcats a seven nothing northwestern lead three five early on from the field. That's a good sixty percent want to one from behind the arc. So maybe that last game was the one that they can get used to the Jimmy and hits jots. Yeah. Definitely law of averages. Here definitely hitting shots that didn't go in last game. But they have to keep it going speaker Vic law he was honoured before the game. Oh nice. Presentation core him after going over the one thousand point Markeith do that in the season opener against New Orleans in your is this guy looks so much more healthy now at so much stronger, doesn't he so happy? Becky looks great. He's had a lot of trouble with the conditioning and kind of staying in shape and gaining weight. Yet it allows trouble without really great. Big minutes here for the Wildcats early out of the season Sessoms bringing to cross the line four Binghamton shout stops about the topped out bar NAR. We'll give it up to Sessoms again through traffic at tie-up and a jump up. Lockout the hand in there. Jump all alternating possession will stay with Binghamton. But only eighteen shoes. Seventeen thirty to go. First half, seven nothing. Wildcats. He dances checked in for the Wildcats. Log passed a shout. Now, he'll try to go inside left post jumper in and out of his down. I came back out part of their for the Reebok. Now law around here for the Wildcats court stop at the top of the key Taylor faked. The three drives Elaine now dump has department stores nine nothing northwestern every team knows that Ryan sailors shooter. But whether you use the punt vacant really getting Elaine dish off the Derek. No stranger to scoring transfer grad transfer from Evansville. Although will give it up the Sessoms who has got going at nobody for the Bearcats has gotten gone nine. Northwestern sixteen fifty three to go in this first half corner. Ticket three ball by shell. That's good. That ends the street. So J C shell Clarks summit, Pennsylvania and the cat nine now nine to three and a whistle. And a ball out of algae was taken out of the hands of beat dance out of the sideline and Binghamton. A three by show was definitely led on by Sessoms getting into lane. And really dish often drawn all the vendors. Tyler Stewart checking it now for Binghamton no relation to Caleb Stewart was also on the floor. Sessoms? We'll bring it across to nine three. Northwestern sixteen thirty to go first half. Evanston. Stewart end of the quarter looking inside another player in Melissa's. This is sesame down the lane kick pass to the right corner Stewart up for three that's too strong rebound captured by Taylor quickly back for northwestern. The other way Taylor all the way lab is missing a whistle and a blocking foul underneath. Three three zero for Taylor. Once again getting on transition used the defense board just getting out in transition. That's great. Second on call well junior. That'll put riot Taylor to.

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"binghamton" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"binghamton" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Say. This is sent to us by will hill, a buddy of mine in the Navid listener, Evan Samuels. Demanded I send you guys some tracks. Just wanted to these long from our latest album were based out of Maryland. We've been added about twelve years now actually used to play a bit in the village back in the day and other places around New York City, anyway, hope you like white boy reggae this is called walk away. At this is pretty good reggae, Scott. Good. So Michael wilbon is here he joins us now. And also here with us. This is very exciting for me. And I'm sure for bond as well will Fleming who when we do the Binghamton northwestern game by game. I mean, the trouncing of Binghamton by northwestern will is going to do play by play. And will is your local just just get on a microphone for a second. So your family. Here's you, you know, yes, they're from Alexandria Virginia. And so you growing up probably read us a little bit in the post before we did this television Stuttle, I was more of a Washington Times. Leader. Tom, not not guy. Oh, you know, all these. Yeah. That's great. To know. That's great to know. And you now do play by play all around the country around the country. My summer gig is the Red Sox AAA team. The Red Sox win Josh Mauer PTI intern deed, and I do all over the country. So are we on ESPN station that you can get in this country SPN twenty seven that's what I'm thinking. I think it's ESPN news on Friday nights, seven o'clock. So here's somebody kiss. What I said to him. You call you just call the game. And then get out of the way. I felt we could do that. Don't you think? No, no. What are you talking about? Like, this is we don't we don't do this. We don't know what we're doing. What you do? You don't even know anybody's name on the team. I don't know other man. I don't know what I don't know anybody on the team dynamite. I plan to say the names and get out of the way. Now, Mike doesn't know this might not remember it when I was a senior at Stanford in two thousand one God another fancy expensive. Cheer. He was actually covering Maryland a year before they won the national championship. And he came out to Anaheim for the regional final. And I asked Michael to come on with me at half time. It was a an afternoon game. And the deadline was coming up close on me said, I probably can't do it. And then five minutes later, he came back and said forget it I'll come on with you. And jamie. And it was fantastic. And it for for college senior to have Mike had read as a kid come on. That was tremendous. That's wonderful. Did you remember this? Yes, I do. I remember the afternoon game. I remember Gary. I remember they went to the west couple of times more than once. Gary love the Anaheim. There was a there was Anaheim regional there was there was several trips to the west that I was with Maryland covering already reached your I don't leave the house days. Yeah. I know. But I'm going with you. I'm going to do this. I'm going to do this. And we look forward to we're gonna have fun. Thank you will is large. He's a big. Finisher forward two four six seven. We'll we'll wait hold on. Yeah. I was. Skewed. We'll on is taking the Red Eye back. We'll has had a great great weekend. Northwestern won at northwestern. Explain this to to me and to everyone else. Northwestern loses losing angry to Michigan losing to Notre Dame. It's explicable Akron Akron do. Well. The our quarterback. Tony head niece had reconstructive knee surgery Clayton Thorson who was on in NFL draft boards. Right. He goes into the bowl game on a trick. Tom Brady, play tears us knee up in December January first. Okay. So you don't even think the kid can play in September. That's nine months. He does play. And we did the right thing by him. As far as I'm concerned, not being one of the football factory. We did right thing by the we split his plate. We held him out. So you're not doing this..

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Binghamton University, New York and CBS discussed on WBBM Programming

WBBM Programming

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Binghamton University, New York and CBS discussed on WBBM Programming

"New movies have fresh and up the box office list. Credit is just sit around making hats out of. Cases. The Konkan space and this weekend the predator grabbed hold of the North American box office taking the top spot with an estimated twenty four million dollars in earnings still with eight million in production costs studio executives we'll be looking to international receipts to make up the difference. The our foot the nuns slides the second adding more than eighteen million dollars to its growth. Just a simple favor while a simple

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Contact sports increase Parkinson's disease risk

At Home with Gary Sullivan

03:03 min | 2 years ago

Contact sports increase Parkinson's disease risk

"Special effects it's. The practical stunts and real world sequences that make a movie like this rise above the. Rest sure staging an action scene in the computer gives. The filmmaker more control but there's nothing quite as thrilling as watching the actual star of the film performing such impressive spots Trust anybody It's Hollywood's last chance to have a huge blockbuster before the kids start to head back, to school and they picked the fine one to make. That happen mission impossible fall. Out rocks this is Kevin car fact is at the movies. Dot com Tim tebow is likely not going to see, his hopes of playing in the majors. This year more on that from correspondent John Stolnis the former NFL quarterback and. Heisman Trophy winner broke the hamate bone in his right hand as he. Took a swing. During a minor league game last week Tibo plays for the New York. Mets AA. Affiliate in Binghamton and was put on the disabled list over the weekend Tibo is scheduled to have surgery. And. Probably won't play again this year as a result he turns thirty. One next month and made the AA all star team this year it was thought he could get a September call up. When the rosters expand with the struggling last place Mets he to. Seventy three with six home runs at Binghamton this season, his, second year as a Mets minor leaguer after a three year career. In the NFL I'm John Stolnis a young athletes hard hits in sports can certainly take it's toll, in later life Sierra Crawford has that story athletes who. Play hockey football boxing and. Other sports that involve repetitive hits to the head may have increased risk of developing body disease which can trigger parkinson's researchers from boston university in the v._a. boston healthcare system analyzed nearly seven hundred brains as part of a chronic traumatic encephalopathy studying found of the former athletes about eighty one percent were found to have c. in twenty percent of those were diagnosed with lewy body disease some experts appraising the findings as researchers have attempted to find out for years was behind the loss of motor function that occurs in a small number of c._t._e. cases i'm sierra crawford a drug sniffing dog in the country of columbia has been reassigned to ensure her safety correspondent t._j. cutini tells us why the six year old german shepherd named sambre which means shadow recently sniffed out nearly ten tons of cocaine belonging to colombia's most notorious criminal organization that you're a bangles in retaliation the game put out a two million peso or seventy thousand dollars bounty on sambas head police have reassigned the dog to bogota airport a place considered much safer for her is it's outside of the Area of influence still the counter-narcotics forces she'll now be accompanied by extra officers to ensure her safety during. Deployments TJ teeny jimbohannon is championing one stores efforts on the offbeat Zone What would you pay for a VHS tape going to go for like a dollar or, two something like. That Jason champion actually gets that much for VHS. Tapes sometimes more came in the big. Boxes you remember.

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Binghamton outfielder Tim Tebow placed on DL with right hand injury

WIP Programming

04:50 min | 2 years ago

Binghamton outfielder Tim Tebow placed on DL with right hand injury

"Think Matt he's a rookie and he's afraid to, make a move because a lot of his, his news like Saunders clay Buchholz haven't been good I, think he's, I think he's afraid what do you think well not, I don't think he's. Afraid and he's got Andy macphail you can't look, if you're if you're questioning Clinton's youth and inexperience then you. Know you've got the polar opposite you, know right. There next to him and Andy macphail you know. Who's who's got more experience making. Moves, at the deadline then, Andy macphail has so if if, the Phillies don't make a move it's. Not because they didn't have the right people in place. That's not. The issue they've gotten look John Middleton Will spend whatever needs. To be spent we know this I could vouch, for that Andy macphail you can't get a more experienced you. Know just battle-tested head of baseball operations, in him Is the jury still out, on Matt Clint I'll give you that. I think that's fair I don't think that's unfair to say because. He hasn't been. Done yet well let's give. It once. A deadline a week what ten, days arouse, the thirty first so it's Tuesday a week From Tuesday four. O'clock I understand if. He hasn't thirty one yeah look I'll be I'll be the first one. To, throw him under the bus if he hasn't, done anything by four o'clock on Tuesday. Of thirty first I promise Okay at. School but in the meantime I'll give him the benefit of. The doubt that they're they're they're working on the right deal at. The, right price You got it all right, Franken record, thank you Frank Al Franken broom, always, with a? Smile? On his, face, Chris is in Newark I liked that see I. Was born in Newark, New Jersey but this this town is Newark Delaware isn't, it, Chris and I we we do appreciate that we do At a lifelong resident of new ark Delaware thank you worry about that to be confused with Newark. New Jersey I can't really even though I. Was born there I can't blame you you know a different culture anyway I got you on the computer that would be fine godly young man Jim Kibo one, Tim tebow last. Night injured his hand in a game between Bigham ten and, the Trenton thunder he has been put, on the disabled list the interesting part about that is that he could have seen time with the big, club and we. May have, seen him. If the, Mets. Who season, is, Don let's face it if the Mets. Would have brought him, up called him. Up, even if it's a September, call up, crowds would be at be people, lined, up to? See? Tim tebow, play, in a major league baseball game You would sell out citizens Bank park every met game if Tibo was in the lineup or, at. Least on, the roster and we don't know the severity, of this. I guess they're, going to send him to a, hand specialist from what. I'm reading, for further tests this. Week and hopefully he can get. Back it's not serious. And he can, get back because I do think that there's a good chance at the Mets would bring him up for the. Month of September and you know the Mets. Are gonna play the Phillies in the month of September you'd have sellouts I guarantee you have sellouts at citizens Bank park jets from people that want to come, and see Tim. Tebow well Tim certainly does have a lot of fans within, the church so it'd be great but, I would like I'd be curious to look up when I get home is his stats for the season That would be warranted or or whether he just Be a publicity stunt right You know maybe I don't want to call it a. Publicity stunt member sandy Alderson the Mets general manager that that signed Tibo and believed in this project is is. Not whippy organization right now he has stepped. Aside due to health reasons so I don't know if the same mindset with the troika of three. Guys Ricciardi Rico and Mnaya the three guys that are that make up. The one general manager for for lack, of a better term I don't know if this particular group of guys it's running the team has. The same belief but I'll tell you what. It couldn't hurt ticket sales you know they're not going to, get anybody at games in at, city field in the month.

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Tim Tebow smacks double in Eastern League ASG

WGR Programming

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Tim Tebow smacks double in Eastern League ASG

"League all star festivities come our way next week wednesday the best of the aa eastern league all star game and that included tim tebow who doubled in his first atbat tim tebow they're just as a pr move espn's pedro gomez was there know the eastern manager was jay bell longtime veteran played in the big leagues about eighteen years and i asked him that question specifically he said he's absolutely earned this don't forget tibo only be batting to seventy and fans may say to seventy is nothing impressive well the league average in the eastern league is to fifty one so he's a good twenty points higher but he was really really excited and talking terminology that really we've never heard tibo talk about the game was really fun to have a really fun feel and pace you guys really enjoyed it i know so dry am but if the first bit and even i was going to do it you basketball of course hacking and so is this a lot of fun like that recession lasted that house it was really fun i think everybody really enjoyed now the pitching coach for the binghamton rumble ponies is frank viola former cy young winner spoke to him a couple of days ago and he said look this is going to be one of the more exciting eastern league all star games because t boz in it sure enough john this became an ticket a twenty two dollar face value ticket was going for over a hundred dollars before game time and that had everything to do with tboz presence what's the i've to him perhaps for the mets later as we get into the summer fall forty man roster call do we see him you think citi field i think we'll see him go to las vegas at some point to triple a whether he gets called up to the big leagues or not really will be a decision that probably owner jeff wilpon will make look if it does happen you can bet that it will be before the start of a home stand to maximize ticket sales so to speak but talking to a couple of scouts probably not going to happen this number but tibo insists he is not giving up on his dream and hey this is his second.

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Anaheim, Diamondbacks and Dodgers discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Anaheim, Diamondbacks and Dodgers discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

"The angels in anaheim l a aided by the diamondbacks losing six of their last seven games now in a statistical type but by just a couple of wind percentage points ahead of the diamondbacks for first place the nfl west will be on the mound for the dodgers against felix pain for the halos american madison keys was just upset in the third round in wimbledon russia's again yet rodeina beater in three sets keys was the ten seed she's the seventh out of the top ten players seated on the women's side to lose at wimbledon serena and venus williams still on the board former heisman trophy winner in nfl quarterback turned baseball prospect tim tebow is an all star the most famous binghamton rumble pony yes that's their mascot named in all star today a despite the price of a ticket to the all star game for double a eastern league in trenton new jersey on wednesday sports illustrated reporting that achieve seat about a week ago a cost you twenty bucks right now on the secondary market they're going for as much as one hundred fifty dollars for comparison same date july eleventh about two hours away the mets the team the rumble ponies you're an affiliate of our hosting the phillies you can get a ticket for that game for.

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"binghamton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"binghamton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Little bit down and binghamton but most people who have watched him and especially coming to baseball at a very late age don't really think that he has much of a future as a player but i do think that you're onto something in terms of coaching i mean a lot of coaches and great managers were never great players you know they were just guys who were good observers of the game a lot of the more catchers and a lot of them were guys just have the right kind of attitude knew how the game should be played and if that's something that tim tebow would want to do then i think there is a future in it for him and he's learning i mean he's he's playing at a aa is pretty good minor league baseball he mike get the aaa at some point but you know major leagues the twenty five man roster the mets really can't afford a guy that's in there just for morale purposes and from all reports the mets have pretty good locker room that isn't their problem they like mickey callaway they'd follow him they've got some solid guys todd frazier is a really good leader so i don't i don't know that they necessarily would benefit a whole lot from tibo at this point that i think down the road if that's something tibo wants to pursue these got an opportunity to ted in hurley you're on the fan ted hey ted good evening let's and my point is this but total cologne great job tonight when the mets got rid of them i started which traffic it shouldn't have been done he was pitching pretty good the kranj and love them and i spoke to stay that way i wonder stay wrestling to see how wonderful by tunnel pitch tonight i take you please seven something innings shut up so i thought that the match should not have gotten rid of them because she was sort of becoming the sa i met friends say he was funny he hit when you try to head swung the bat and and she was doing very good he was getting to bay the face how the match and away and my problem is that i think the mets organization that oh we don't want to have but being the face of the nets and but sorta steve somers soundly.

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Barbara Bush is dead at 92

The Sports Zone With Pete McCarthy

01:35 min | 2 years ago

Barbara Bush is dead at 92

"Riedel in the morning on the voice of new york seven ten w r good morning everybody coming up at eight twenty five a quick update on first lady barbara bush we were talking about your yesterday she in failing health and she went into what's called comfort care but her family saying that she's in great spirits and is feisty and a fighter so well barbara bush ninety two years old is still good silver fox is still with us good we we always say well i don't think there's anyone in the world who doesn't love barbara bush so hanging there hang in there babs boy a binghamton now you think binghamton suny binghamton would be sleepy campus upstate they're very pretty part of a of new york state by the web and up to binghamton many times but there have been two murders on that campus now just the other day up poor nineteen year old freshmen from brazil named joe souza was stabbed to death and they have they have somebody in custody now michael rocque twenty has been charged in the killing of the nineteen year old freshmen roque has pleaded not guilty and i believe he's from massa recipe kwa and the young lady who was killed even though she's a brazilian she some right brooke she went to school right here in westchester so right local connections on the story but the district attorney says that and his name is steve cornwell says this this wasn't just some random act now we absolutely believe that this was a random act and suspect is in custody yes.

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"binghamton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"binghamton" Discussed on KOMO

"You trust komo news fox's sean hannity's denying these are being played of president trump's personal attorney michael cohen cowan's attorney was ordered by a federal judge to reveal all the clients as part of a hearing about evidence seized during last week's fbi raids one upstate new york college community rocked by the murder of yet another student fellow binghamton university student is pleading not guilty in the stabbing death of nineteen year old jowls sousa cristian gonzalez was susan's high school coach he's probably the last person i can think of that would be covering tation or against a fight it's it's really unimaginable what happened and we're all harvey march of binghamton student was found strangled in an off campus home and starbucks is ordering stepped up manager training on what it calls unconscious bias following an incident at one of its philadelphia shops that went viral witnesses say two african american men were wrongfully arrested after a manager called police complaining that they were trespassing i'm sharon reed abc news the northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven this is twenty four seven news on komo news i'm michael preston the king county sheriff says she's disappointed by the actions of one of her detectives but he'll be able to keep his job back in august detective richard row was in plain clothes had his gun drawn and didn't identify himself as law enforcement and when he approached a motorcyclist oh to stop lights what are you what do you what am i doing what are you i'm on on an unarmed sheriff mitzi joe hank nick says rose actions don't rise to.

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"binghamton" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"binghamton" Discussed on Good Life Project

"And rabat with today's science update good life science update and this is kind of a fun one because it comes from my alma mater home built in university which back in the day when i went to binghamton university was actually known as soon as being ten sunni be for short would stood for state university of new york now these kind of cut the sunia of it and turn it into being taken universities so i guess we're all more fancy pans at this point any way what's this update about well this is based on a study that was actually recently published called non ionising uv light increases the optical density of highgrowth scott big self assembled dna crystal films that was published in scientific report what does that actually mean to you well turns out that researchers at binghamton developed a dna sunscreen that gets better the lawyer wear it here's the question why use regular sunscreen when you can apply a d n a film to your skin so the researchers at b u m have developed a coding made out of dna the gets better protecting your skin from ultraviolet light the more you expose it to sun and it also keep your skin hydrated so we all know that in general you know the were were all told to be wearing sunscreen on probably pretty much a daily basis days but also as a general rule it strong strongest when you put it on and slowly kinda wears away during the day so this is fascinating because instead of the protection degrading throughout the day this actually stores to get better the more to expose uv light researcher said ultraviolet light can actually damaged dna and that's not good for the skin this is according to guide german assistant professor biomedical engineering at beijing university who continues we thought let's flip it what happens instead if we actually used dna as a sacrificial layer so instead of damaging the a within the skin we damage a layer on top of the skin.

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