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Kansas races past Miami in 2nd half, reaches 16th Final Four
"The Kansas Jayhawks advance to the final four by winning the Midwest regional seventy six fifty over Miami trailing by six at halftime Kansas opened the second half with a twenty five to seven run it over the final twenty minutes the run extended to forty seven fifteen Remi Martin came off the bench to score nine points and was named the tournament's most outstanding player my teammates and then is is is really my teammates and coaches man just sticking with me due to ups and downs and you know just instilling more confidence in me so far in the NC double A.'s the J. hawks have defeated Texas southern Creighton Providence and now Miami and for Kansas this will be the school sixteen final four appearance and for coach bill self his fourth appearance David Shuster Chicago
Martin, Kansas hold off Creighton 79-72 for another Sweet 16
"Top seeded Baylor erased a twenty five point deficit in the second half to force overtime before North Carolina regrouped beating the bears ninety three eighty six in the second round R. J. Davis poured in a career high thirty points in the overtime I knew what was at stake and we all want to win we want to get to the next round so numb at that point I was in the tire Brady Manek added a season high twenty six before being ejected for a flagrant foul Baylor's comeback started minutes after manic drained a three pointer to give the tar heels a sixty seven forty to lead top seed Kansas also struggled in fort worth but Remy Martin's twenty points carry the J. hawks to a seventy nine seventy two win over Creighton okay Abbas he furnished thirteen of his fifteen points in the second half I'm Dave Ferrie
Champs again: Villanova tops Creighton to win Big East title
"It trickling over got by creating fifty four forty eight AM EST regarding to cleanse the fourth biggest tournament title in school history Congal SP led the Wildcats with seventeen points Justin Moore added sixteen is going over proves to record twenty six and seven on the season Brian Kalkbrenner tried to push screen as much as possible nineteen as that days lost their fourth tournament final since joining the big east conference creating false record of twenty two eleven but as a whole for receiving a spot in the NC double a tournament full of once in the field of sixty with high hopes to win its fourth national championship Mike Moriarty New York
No. 8 Villanova topples No. 20 UConn to make Big East final
"It will be number eight Villanova and Creighton playing in the big east final as both advance in semi final victories at Madison Square Garden great and open up the night opening at number eleven Providence eighty five to fifty eight as the blue jays were led by senior guard Alex o'connell with eighteen points Villanova and UConn sixty three sixty of the master of two classically teams as Wildcats Tramaine Simmons had a game high twenty one noble look for the six league tourney title in school history well great advance to the big east tourney final for the fourth time since joining the conference Mike Moriarty New York
"creighton" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"UConn. I think those are the notable ones that about Ohio State you mentioned earlier, they're off obviously. They played on Sunday Night there. So keep an eye on that. But yeah, the Americans who the heck knows. That leak could pretzel itself into a situation where it might make it almost impossible to get three bids. But I don't want to be too premature with that. I did want to mention that Miami, you mentioned it there. I want to just know Miami beat wake forest. It's now won 7 in a row. Now we'll see. I don't know how good Miami is. The ACC is just another league that's just a disaster in a lot of ways, like Syracuse can't win at home against Virginia now. Miami beats wake forest, so now wakes a bit behind from where we thought it was headed and now Miami is 11 and three. It's three and has the best record in the ACC. So an oh by the way for you there. Who knows? Maybe the candle wind up being NCAA tournament worthy, but the ACC did not do itself many favors there. And then only other one Paris nailed it at the top. This was I think what we had this weekend with the combination of games that got pushed back outright canceled, you name it. So we did not have as heavy of a slate. And there was nothing to nuts. I mean, right now we got Louisville. I'm streaming, by the way. If anyone watches this on cable and live, I'm like a minute behind, but I got Louisville up one at Georgia Tech. Josh pastner, bring him back the face shield, by the way. Point I'm making here. No, no noise. No big upsets. Providence whipped depaul their 1301 shouts to the friars. That's a top 15 team no doubt about it as far as I'm concerned at this point, but they're just, I think this will be the quietest weekend. We have the entire season. I mean, knock on what I hope it is. There just wasn't there just wasn't a ton there, but yeah, I mean, anything else kind of particular stand out to you. I thought it was kind of it was kind of a letdown a little bit GP. If I'll step back and go kind of big picture, the college football semis were brutal. You did have a couple of genuinely good like bowl games like rose bowl. No joke, I got up to like clean the kitchen ever. I come back. There have been three touchdowns. I missed I missed that game going completely nuts on that. There were a couple good there, but basketball was just kinda like, or whatever. And then NFL Sunday wasn't that awesome overall. So I thought actually 2022 from a result standpoint kind of got off to a nondescript start. Yeah, like it was a boring college basketball weekend. I mean, that's the truth. There was not a lot of interesting games. And then even the games that were interesting kind of went. The way you would expect them to go. I don't know, the college football playoff semifinals were both awful. Yeah. And then the other bowl games, like, I'll have them on his background, but I can't make myself care. I'm kind of with you, but the new year 6 ones like, I'll get into, like, I want to watch them because those are good teams and they're like, but I genuinely, generally speaking, I hear you. But you're even a bigger college football fan than I am. Yeah. I grew up in the northeast so I've always just kind of liked it, you know? Like, my dad went to Florida. I didn't go to a D one school. So I've never had this huge emotional attachment to it. So I can get into the New York 6 games. And obviously the CFP semis, but otherwise, I don't know. I'll tell you what it is interesting about how the discussion in the sport over the past like three or four years. Every sport has its issues, basically, right? Basketball has its own issues college football has its own. And it feels like this player's not playing in games and then if they do play and they get hurt, like you saw what might happen that corral and the old miss game. I mean, it's just not a good thing for college football and we don't have to turn this into a cult football podcast. There is the cover three podcast. Shouts to those dudes. Did their live podcast on New Year's Eve up until the ball dropping? Impressive soft boys. But it's not great for college football. Can you imagine? And maybe it'll happen one day, but the idea that the number one guy on the number three seed is like, you know what, I'm just not gonna play in the tournament. The structure of the postseasons are different that we probably should never get there, but I never say never. If you're a top ten pick and you're like, you know what? I'm good, but the risk injury in basketball is not the same in football, obviously. Right. Now I think when you see players opt out of bowl games that are not playoff games, it's the equivalent if somebody opted out of the NIT. Like if Zion Williamson and duke were headed to the NIT and he just said, you know what I'm good. That's what that is. I don't think you'll see people opt out of the NCL bully tournament. I don't think you'll see people opt out of the college football playoff. If you're that close to at least on the college football side, to the championship, and you decide you don't want to play the end. What were you even playing for to begin? Would you play last week for? But I totally understand and I tweeted this and it gets just like always, people will read words that you didn't tweet, draw conclusions that you didn't make, I tweeted because it got a lot of attention on Saturday. Kirk herb street. And say what you guys say, come on, dude. Like, how toned after that that sound like I actually I was actually surprised by hearing her street say what he said, because I thought he was more evolved in his thinking than how he came off. Yeah, I don't know. I mean, I don't want to speak for why he thinks what he thinks or whatever, but it was a ridiculous point of view. That people should be playing for the love of the game and these players these days don't care about. Don't love football. What are we talking about? Football. And then, you know, later that same day, there's Matt carral. You know, projected first round pick, laying on the ground, having to be helped off of the field. Now, turns out that the injury doesn't appear serious. Like if they almost had another football game in a few days, he wouldn't be able to play. But he'll be fine in time for all the things he needs to be fine with. That's my understanding. And so it wasn't as disastrous as it could have been, but it was a perfect moment to point this out and this is what I pointed out. Old people should never tell. And by the way, when I say old people, I'm not yelling about them. I'm old people, okay? Like I'm old people. Old people should not be telling young people. What to do as it pertains to this very specific thing. Telling them that they should play in these I don't want to call them, I don't call them meaningless bowl games. I mean, I think they mostly are, but they clearly mean something to somebody. You know, these players who win these ball games, they seem to enjoy themselves doing it and they hold up the trophy and they celebrate. So I don't know that you can accurately call the meaningless. But they are postseason games that lead to nowhere. Which is a weird thing. Like in baseball, if you're in the playoffs, and you win, you're going to the next thing. And eventually, if you win the last thing, you're the champion. College football has postseason games that lead to nowhere. You just like, you win it and it's like, all right, who do we play next? Oh, you're done. Just tears you trophy. Go home. You won the Chick-fil-A bowl. Congratulations. And so coaches have been opting out of these for years. And by the way, players always follow coaches leads. What's coaches made it clear, these games outside of the college football playoff aren't important enough for me to not leave my job, then who are you to tell the players that they should stay and play in these games?.
"creighton" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Nets. Not a bad guess, not the nets. I'll give you a second guess and people listening live and real time on that. On the YouTube chat, if you want to fire away, it is an NBA team. It's not the nets. Okay. Well, it's going to be an Eastern Conference team. Right. So it's going to be I'm the obvious one feels like. This arena, is this one that's just changed names a million times, so we're strictly talking about Fiserv. We're talking about the spice of new. This is new. I think this joints like 5 years old. Yeah, it's new. I never know if it's a new arena or they just changed the name and upgraded it a little bit. Look at my man buying time right now. They look my little hands right here. I'm not cheating. Okay, Cavaliers. Incorrect. Okay, let me have one more guess then. One more guess. Recently good team. Recently good team. The Miami Heat. Incorrect. Okay. No. You want to keep going? I'm gonna name every Eastern Conference in basketball. Let's see how much let's do this now. Keep naming every Eastern Conference NBA franchise until you finally get it. You're over four. Okay, so I said Brooklyn. Yes. I said, I will. I'm trying to think a good Eastern Conference team. No. The bulls? No bulls. No hints either. You're going until you get this. Okay, I got to pull up the NBA standings here. Here we go. Keep going. Yeah. Okay, it feels like it's the sixers. It's not the sexiest you're zero for 6. Okay, then it's almost a raptors. It's the raptor. Of course it's the raptors. Number 7 gets it for you. The raptors have won more than fort, or at least four times at 5. And by the way, creating will play at Villanova, the two biggest teams we just talked about on Wednesday at least those teams are scheduled to play there. We don't have to harp too much on Memphis because we do that a lot. I get that, but they did win 82 64. Memphis I thought had his best game of the season, held which dot state to .83 points per possession. Josh minott, Deandre Williams, jaylen durin, combined for 43 points on what felt like 90% shooting, but it was closer to about 75%. I thought that was big. They didn't have lomax in and amani Bates is apparently got a little bit of a finger issue there. So we don't have to we don't have to go too long on Memphis again. It's a 7 5 team, but that was a bring out everything, all the stops you got to win it and they'd get the win. Well, I mean, you were on with me Saturday before the Memphis, which I'll stay game on CBS sports headquarters. And one of the things I said was Memphis is going to be without Alex lomax and imani Bates. I think that might be a good thing. Like I can show you the text message. In a group text that some friends and I was like, Alex, I'm Adi Bates are out. Max bat Memphis. They're going to win. They're going to blow them out now. Because it sounds like, oh, you're missing your best NBA prospect, and you're starting point guard. Oh no. Except the starting point guard is not any good. I don't know why I play so much. And the money Bates is an interesting prospect. It's not a good college basketball player right now. Memphis, when it pulled away from Alabama, it was because it was in part because of Modi Bates. Got subbed out 15 minutes to go and never came back in the game. And I've been harping on this for weeks. Memphis is best when they play 8 or 9 players and when one of them is not Alex lomax. When Memphis went on the NIT run last season, won that looked great, plate Houston type two times. Alex lomax was hurt. It's not surprising to me that the literally the first game he's unavailable for penny Hardaway to play. Memphis looks the most impressive version of itself. It's looked all season. They've done so much damage to the resume. I don't know if they're going to be able to be in the at large conversation. I know people are like, what if they run the table? Where they're not going to run the table. They wouldn't be in the at large. Yeah. If they're going to run the table, they wouldn't be 7 and 5. They're not going to they're not going to run the table. I do think they're going to win a lot. And I say this is nicely as I can say it. I'm never trying to be mean. But the best thing that could happen at a basketball team is Alex lomax being unavailable to play. And now that he's unavailable to play, they might really take off. It wasn't again, surprised to me. They looked awesome. The second penny Hardaway couldn't play Alex lomax, 32 minutes. Not wrong about that. By the way, the American that's a little bit twisted up right now. SMU UCF on Sunday. And UCF was coming over that coming off that win against Michigan there. So who the heck knows? I mean, Houston's getting ready to come off a pause. We had a lot of teams coming off pause by the way. If you're trying to keep track at home, notable programs that are set to come off pauses or did this weekend or will today or tomorrow, Houston, USC, UCLA, duke,.
Creighton finishes strong, knocks off No. 9 Villanova 79-59
"Ryan Ryan Hawkins Hawkins dropped dropped in in nineteen nineteen points points to to lead lead four four Creighton Creighton players players in in double double figures figures in in the the seventy seventy nine nine fifty fifty nine nine route route of of Villanova Villanova the the blue blue jays jays led led by by just just four four with with eight eight and and a a half half minutes minutes left left before before the the Wildcats Wildcats Mr Mr last last twelve twelve shots shots allowing allowing Creighton Creighton to to close close on on the the twenty twenty one one five five run run coach coach Greg Greg McDermott McDermott love love their their effort effort for for our our guys guys to to fight fight the the way way we we did did and and you you know know really really dominate dominate the the paint paint have have a a bench bench step step up up that that the the way way the the way way it it did did and and you you know know it's it's a a lot lot of of young young guys guys out out there there with with the the games games being being decided decided and and just just decided decided to to roll roll with with a a group group that that was was playing playing well well and and really really really really proud proud of of them them calling calling the the Lasky Lasky scored scored sixteen sixteen points points and and Eric Eric Dixon Dixon had had a a career career high high fifteen fifteen for for Villanova Villanova which which shot shot just just thirty thirty three three percent percent I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
"creighton" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"In my life. I've wanted to get some data out of some website. Where maybe they had pagination in place. And i went under the hood was able to mock my own request. Also the form send the different limit and get a big request back as not exactly an epic hack. But it's something a form. Builder might have to contend with if they have sneakier clever users there's also the sensitivity of the data being put in the form. Do you have to take any security stance as you develop the library right so my position as the library author is you. Give me your uncommitted function. And i don't care what you do. The four values i wreck but obviously the right way to build a form of the full stack form. You have to also validate your values that you received from the form just because you have a a java script thing that's running make sure that for sure the person who entered their street address in if they hit submit. You really need to be checking that on the back end to because anyone can most people don't but for sure you can spoof up a post request and potentially keno get invalid. Data database and. That's one of the reasons that i favour. What i described as record level validation because if you're validating the whole object of all the foreign values if you're using note on the back end you can share that exact function to validate on the back end as well which is very handy to make sure that you don't get bad in your database. Well my understanding of the successive reduction form and also your inspiration to build. Final form was really about filling a need that didn't exist are there any vacuums in the market. Today that might inspire a next generation of a form library from you. That's sort of what final form attempts to be. Has nothing to do with the name. The name there was so much namespace pollution on n. p. with anything using the word form that the only remotely remember -able phrase for forms was final. Four so i went with that. Ironically it could be like. I said the form library engine that at least as long as reading script could extend into the into the future. I had that hypothesis tested way. Sooner than i expected to because i wrote this long before hooks came out and hooks a totally different way of managing state in react when i went to rewrite react. Final form to use the hooks state management paradigm. It was interesting how easy that was to do because the design of final form was such that. It's all subscription-based where you say. Hey i want to subscribe to these values about this field. The subscribe function returns. The unsubscribe function. Which is a pretty standard thing in the observable pattern but guess what the api for us effective. It's exactly that so. It was quite easy to rewrite. Vital for him to use hooks. As i was doing that. I had the realization that o. Ate this this field component. All of the all of the hooks that i'm using in this weekend can abstract all of that out into a us field hook and then my field component is nothing but a call to use field. You know in the night. I can export that use field hook and that allows anyone to turn any component into a into a field component connected to final form. That was very powerful. So in the form space. I don't know. I don't. I don't think they're really unsolved problems. It's just that doesn't necessarily get messy with facing foundation. Like i was saying. There's no obvious way to get around that but i'm i'm always thinking about it. I've several other ways of thinking about the flow of form state that i've thought about over the years but none of them have materialized into anything. That's particularly better than this subscription model one quick code level implementation question for you a lot of people who are new to react hooks find a sort of an added challenge getting two different components to share data amongst each other. If i've built a complicated form it's built out of a ton of different components. What's the developer experience. Like if my states distributed across a bunch of stuff so with react final form you put a form component around your form and that creighton instance of the final form core engine that gets put into context and then anywhere inside that you can subscribe to parts of either form or field stay. Let's talk about it. In the context of the state machine abstraction it seems like the state of my form is pretty simple right. it's just a values. I've put in every field. What else is there. Yeah so it seems pretty simple but there's really like three or four different parallel state machines within a just within a field right not even talking about the whole formula. There's you know whether or not you currently have the focus. And then there's whether or not you currently have an error whether or not you are currently a synchronous ni validating and then there's you know your your value so there's quite a bit of state just within one particular field and then there's like whether or not you have been visited you have had the the focus ever that's really useful for only displaying errors after the user has like tabbed out of an input so you don't aggressively tell the user. Hey this field is invalid before they've even had a chance to try and fill it out. I've taken a run couple times at implementing a field with a state like current favorites library x. Date i've been learning a lot about state machines and it's it's been changing the way that i think about how station flow through an application. And whether it's this top down redux sort of way of thinking about the state lives at the at the top somewhere and from below you can subscribe to it or updated with x. date in state machines. It's more about this actor. Model where each component has its own state and has a way to talk to other components that need to know about changes rather than tell the top level that your state has changed. You can tell an actor that knows one level one level up or level up over because you are coating it's like you're anthropomorphized thing. The component where the user user clicks the button on your component. The code you have to right there is okay who needs to know about this and then you you send an event to to whoever needs to know about it. And then as far as you're concerned as that component you're done and then you go to the component that needs to receive that and you sort of put yourself in in that component shoes and you say okay have received this event. What what does this mean about my state in hoodoo. Who else do i need to tell. It's very very interesting. I've introduced it to to my team lately. And and everyone is really really enjoying that way of thinking about data flow applying these data flow principles to your process of developing the library or is this and other aspects of your work so potentially form library could be using state machines. Under the hood and v consumer of the library wouldn't really need to know about know-how that was being done. I could conceivably rewrite the core of final form his with state machines but i lately have been using them more not as elaborate developer but as an application developer to organize my my state like for example for building a form where i had some sort of need for my foreign in different states. I would use a form library. Like i would use react funnel form and then win. Reform gave me. You know the on submit then. I would do something to orchestrate what happens with that. I would move my form into a submitting state although manages that for us well but then you know whatever has to happen with my state machine outside of that in fact a couple of weeks ago i gave a talk where i built the common wizard form where you've got a forum that on several different pages i left the form values and whether or not the fields were had an error not to react on a form and then i wrapped that with a state machine that kept track of what page you're on in the form and allowed for in my example. It was If you're ordering a pizza or something in you choose pickup rather than delivery then you can skip over the page where you have to give your delivery address and so you can use your state machine to manage the user flow but not worry about the form state itself. I'm working with more state. Machine driven designed does that affect the way you.
Judge won't block Creighton University's vaccine mandate
"A judge won't block a Nebraska university's vaccine mandate a judge refused to block Creighton university's requirement that all students get vaccinated against Kobe in nineteen despite the objections of a handful of students who said getting the shots would violate their religious beliefs against abortion in August the Catholic University in Omaha Nebraska mandated that all students get vaccinated the lawsuit says the students object because vaccines were developed or tested using cells from aborted fetuses the Vatican has declared that such vaccines are morally acceptable when others aren't available the university says it believes the students have a moral responsibility to get the coronavirus vaccine to protect the community I'm Walter Ratliff
No Matter the Election Outcome, Larry Elder Undeniably Shook Things Up
"Election day in california. It's gonna take a miracle but it took a miracle. Donald trump to win in two thousand sixteen. Remember that feeling. You never know you never know and you know. There's there's one thing that you cannot dispute. There's one thing you definitely cannot begin to dispute and that is that larry elder shook up the beast. Pretty badly when you're sitting in sleepy joe biden when you're when you're dragging him into california and you've got everybody when they threw the kitchen sink at larry because they were so afraid of of newsom losing the recall there there. There's been a sea change. There has been a you know you see a lot of people's eyes being opened and no democrat can deny they were very worried. I don't know how it's gonna turn out no idea what it's going to look like. But i like the way larry elder in just a few weeks. Don't forget. He declared his candidacy. What was it a month ago month. And a half ago. And i can't get the image of that miserable creighton with the gorilla mask throwing the get larry's head and if gavin newsom manages to hold on she wins. I mean she's already one largely who is she. Does anybody know a friend of mine pointed out if he is a white man threw an egg at a black democrat. Not only what he lose his job but his entire life would be ruined.
"creighton" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Like if i feel like oh we haven't gone out in a while. I'm mike we gotta put energy into like having a nightmare going on a vacation or something. That's right exactly. You can't take it for granted can take for granted that she's okay not having sex and if he's he might have to come to terms with the fact that he might have to learn to be okay with her having sex with other people or lose her like it does seem like there has to be some sort of not taking for granted putting some effort in and data where we still talking about blue unlike like hooked absolutely Hooked on her. I know me too. But also i'll say this about me sometimes six where i'm like. I'm not actually in the sexual mood again. Because it's not how i do it but sometimes i will start and then i'm happy to be there. Do you know what. I mean like sometimes for me. It's like going. I imagine the way people say going to the gym. I don't feel like going. What are they like. I love the endorphin lake. Seen seen a friend leaving the apartment like it's all of our life is every time i do something like i don't wanna do it and then i'm really glad i did that you know. It's just just like starry creek. Your way intersects. I think i have a good way of describing sex negative. Okay it is the boundaries between your regular life your your regular mode and sex mode are thicker ah-ha lip into boundary. Yeah you can't just pushed the. It's not like you're a basketball player. Running through that. Paper like your. They're announcing a high school. Listened to this metaphor. hold on you know. In high school basketball players paper thing that they re they announce them and they run out and they run through. Yeah oh yeah yeah. Yeah yes that's if your sex positive you can just run right through paper-thin paper-thin yeah but for if your sex neutral. It's more like a jelly. And if your sex negative it's more like a brick wall gonna say balsa wood crack through you gotta correct right. I'm like privately sex positive so wrapped in that good. No despite the irish catholic shame. Yeah yes it's positive. For like a long i get it. I get it. I don't know just mitch rather cut a lot of coach. Jeff cut on a couch watching be stars. Exactly it's an insane program. Anyway my goal this was honestly the best. It was so nice and my. You're still christian of the year. This was so nice. Such a fan of both of you and this is so nice to talk to you before we go house. Mabel may back to normal. she's in remission in your mission and back in remission the.
"creighton" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"The actual practice of polly emery right because it is work to maintain all that. And so yeah. You know that because you haven't been able to do but i think that's also a question then a conversation to have with your partner and you don't have any of these. Conversations are scary not somebody who gets defensive or who gets angry whatever you know try to have as many of these conversations in the therapists couples office as possible right. So you can. Have you know someone who can mediate if necessary. Clarify if necessary. Yeah but i think these are. These are just like conversations. Yeah i guess maybe just echoing. What you're saying my coaches like there is. There's nothing wrong with you for wanting this physical relationship right what happened. I wonder if some what happened right. There was the blue said that a healthy sex life and then it went to every two and a half years or something right well four times in ten years. I just thought it was healthy before. Yes okay. I wanna know. I wanna know what happened if if something did or did not. It may not right right but like right. If if there's a change i don't know i don't want to be a hard and fast rule but like kind of feel like maybe it is something if there's a drastic change in your life something did it. Right right yeah. I don't think they're spontaneous change. I think there might be something that either happened in his life. Internally right right right right right could have been a realization. Maybe something happened. I don't know right like what was it. What yeah what was it and what what gives me hope that you can hear the lavin her that this is not a relationship that's gone past. Its expiration day. This is not a relationship that is you know there might be this issue and it sounds like a very large issue but she sounds like there's so much love there and the fact that he even is talking to a little bit out. You know it's not you and he's willing to go to therapy like hopefully. There's a way to manage because the love is there may be their relationship. Is that and the other stuff is somewhere else like. I don't know. I don't that doesn't sound like it's like past. Its expiration. did it just sounds like there's a lot of stuff to figure out and it's gonna be really hard really hope they do you know. Also this is what i have. I don't say this off. It's like there any listeners. Who have been in long term relationships and struggled with maintaining a sex life would love a response. email me. This is something we don't really know. But i also always smell or voicemail because you know. I love to hear your way but i don't think this is an uncommon problem. You know blue is not a freak. The relationships now so crazy. It's a hard thing to deal with. But i do think people deal with it. You know like people would have to deal with this all the time and you know and i wonder if having kids changes the vibe or there's so many things that can yeah how we see ourselves sexual creatures and i think that because there's often the what do you call it. The stereotype of like men always wanting to like. They don't have space to talk about that right right right like it's always assume that like a guy is ready. And then they don't have a space to talk about evangelical picture. Yeah yeah and i think you're right. Andy like those wizar- life changer. Some even like sharon sleeps in between me and brian every night. Now so like we're not having sex at night maybe saying like oh i woke up and you know that's not anymore because our little baby leave. Sharon's our dog by the right but yeah. I was the best that. I hope that it works out for them. In whatever way that ray it's supposed to right right right definitely. Relationships are hard being humans. Hard really is. I don't know. I will say this though like the idea of having sex with the same person for the rest of your life is wild and i don't mean in a sense of sowing wild oats like you got out there as much as being afraid it will get boring for like the other person. Does that make any sense right. Yeah it's only boring if you make it board right. Don't be boring if you like. Dig the rut like roll around in it. Roll around in the rut. Yeah that's a good way to describe six. You're rolling in the wreck. That's i mean if this is the thing about. I can't say this general. I can generalize with this statement. Your life is all about how you a portion of the energy. That's in your body right. What are you gonna give that energy to are. You gonna give it to bullshit like arguing on twitter. Are you going to give it to bullshit. Like posting antibac- shit on facebook or you're gonna put that energy into your loved ones. Are you going to put that energy into your work. Are you going to put that energy into your children. Your animals your sex life like where are you going to. You know you have like a certain. You have a thing in at the beginning. If you're get them out of like tokens jeff. I don't know why stretched for this metaphor. I've played like ten times when i was like thirteen. Giving your all the dice and you get to put the numbers to your certain charisma and all right what you report yet. Portion it out yes certain ways and this stuff only gets boring when you stop putting the energy. I thought about that a lot. I this has been a constant thing in relation relationship prime..
"creighton" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"But yes so yeah. I am close with her for short. Because we're so we're pretty close in age in. She's she's forty six giving no but she was a teenager when she hadn't so making okra at my aunts were all younger than her. So it's like. I have no siblings but a bunch of siblings but yeah okay because i was wondering when you because you said your grandparents live nearby so okay so yeah because your mom would be like sixty ish. Yup yeah exactly okay. That's i liked the dollar close though in your friends but also because it can. It can be a double edged sword. Sometimes doing your parent is young. It depending on how they mature right over your time gilmore girls syndrome. Yes yeah girl. Syndrome rely rory to her. Laura rory brain which ones lane. I haven't seen a lot of gilmore. Girls educate Rory's best friend keiko again. Maybe i'm laney okay. Feeling good knowing where you fit in the gilmore girls cinematic universe. I think that now. That's a really good time. We can start like answering people's relationship questions about your background. We know where you're at. Okay now that will inform listening. We all three of us suffer from shame from different origins. Correct shame who doesn't have shit. I wanna know there are people out here who just moved to the world. There are people who eat out like saying that they feel guilty like they're people who are truly free and it has baffling to me. I'm always like this is different though. Because what you're saying. 'cause i always say i'm like did someone tell you were a tell you you were enough at a formative age. That's what i think. When i see someone free i'm like somebody you're not right. They told you you were enough. But then you had the catholicism kind of undercutting or much you gotta get it the sweet spot if you hear you too much you become the every the center the shame you become the gravitational well and the shrimp get sucked in. Yeah yeah you don't wanna be called too much. One memory from catholic school is that and i. You guys are younger than me right. But i feel like the commercially but on the same age i also went to catholic school till fifth grade so i like the formative age six right around when i lost my christian the title i remember being made fun of for way i walked because i walked with my head up like may head up and this kid a couple years older said i walked like i was conceited and at an conceded at that time was like the worst thing you could say anybody was and i feel like totally was one of those things that like buried itself in my head my whole life. Yeah yeah yeah so you hung your head down. Pretend that you were doing coke. Exactly it all makes sense. It makes sense little things that like. Get in your head. Like i remember my friend. Paul made fun of the way that i drink. A twenty ounce or coke instead of like tipping my hand. I tipped my like body or not my body head the tornado and he made fun of that and then it stuck in my head. I changed way that i who who gives a shit. How you drink a twenty ounce but it gets fucking stuck in your brain neuron won't if that neuron in your brain that won't shut the fuck up about it. Then right right right right. I had so many things. I would not wear sleeveless anything because i had stretch marks on my arm. Now you see me out with these. Are herbs thickest to tree trunks. But i really like what i was a kid and it was like you know again you go back like if i knew what i knew now. You girl would have been out here in two piece bathing suits with a tank chop at run into free. Oh yeah you know like back. Then i was like. Don't get me astles on your nipple burlesque dancer burlesque dancing lose krishna here so totally burlesque. He'll be your feather. How why do you have so many feathers everywhere. Hi i'm davis bob also bipolar smoking. I would bite my top. Because i thought it was vulgar for people to look at my neck like i thought too much because i was always in a uniform for like twelve years. It's all. I got him so happy to move past that because this neck has to breed i wore so i left catholic school finishing fifth grade. I went to dalton private school. But i remember being really excited that i would get to wear my clothes so technically i had a lot of years to learn fashion. But i'm really convinced that like starting out with uniforms. I was just like yay try or think this through like i loved it and i and i was like once i did have to close. It became the bane of my existence. Like i wear what fits matches and then if you're not a size extra smaller zero. The girls make funny. God dammit put me back. That plaid jumper. Yeah yeah it would be such a pleasure to just know every morning with what was going on and everyone else radian so you really do want a dystopia and future. we're all wearing the same jumpsuit. Y- does it have to come with a dystopia part. But i would say we love. You can't have one without the other day. Joke get everyone wearing matching jumps without dystopia. Sorry i don't makes them rules. Isaac asimov does what if it was zootopia zootopia and then be stars. Yes yes why. Don't we take twice. Yeah let's see right back with your advice..
"creighton" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Would be probably There'd be a lot less. Worry if i lo let's hypochondria and stuff but that. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. It's so never. I mean i guess i i met you probably before your smoking but i never seen you smoke and because you don't quote sound like smoker. Meaning you don't have a raspy voice or you don't like coughing stuff for twenty five years you know twenty five years. Yeah okay okay we gotta just keep on it. Yeah trace every yes yes. Yeah hey dexter. What a new knife is. Okay wait shame if can probe this a second just because it a something rose in my chest when you mentioned that. How did you perhaps get beyond shame. Oh i'm still getting beyond it all the time but it's like I guess i would say realize while. They're so i feel like with shame. Comes this sense that you are the center of the world like that anytime. I do something that it's going to be a shame to myself my family and the rest of my community and what am i talking about. No one cares just sort of sort of the getting the understanding that like no one cares. Ghetto forget what you i. I find that. I am the only one that is putting these Feelings on myself. So i'm you know. I think that it was really helpful. Realizing like oh. I'm not the center of the universe. And no one cares what i do. And they shouldn't care what other people do ends. I don't judge people for things that i would find shameful for myself or i've been told i would should find for myself. So that's been really helpful. Would i judging others not judging others. Not judging yourself. It's really tough. That's a tough one super. Yeah i judge myself all the time. But i also feel like here's the thing though and this is something i've always struggled with the work of an actor among many things is this self it requires a self consciousness right. We're told early on what our type is and who we are kind of prescribed like this is what you're allowed to play. This is what you convey to other people and you have to know that right. You need to know what you're presenting and know how people see you in order to do the work. And i don't know how you do that properly while also treating yourself with love and kindness. You know we're not being judgmental or all of those things. Yeah i think it's so hard and it. It i like fluctuate with it like i. I'll go from being wildly confident to Extremely insecure within like ten minutes. I'll go. I'll go from feeling like i truly do feel like sometimes i can honestly say i am fucking excellent actor and other times. I'm like you can't do it. You don't you're not right major imposter syndrome. Manda just like i. I don't know how to reconcile that stuff. Either but what i what helps me is like okay. People see me this way for a long time. People saw me as a certain type of character like sort of a mean shop. Keep like a nasty little shop. Keep election little shop. Here's your receipt. Which i love playing nasty little shop keeps. But i i it's like i couldn't I personally couldn't find myself. Sustaining a lifetime of doing that So then it was like making choices. As far as whether it'd be writing or or or what i chose to edition for eventually Sort of pushing it in a different direction. Sort of showing the vulnerability and then once you see. I can be seen both of those ways. Maybe i can expose them together. don't always get the chance to do that but it's always more interesting to me when a character has both of those sides of how people see me and then like a little bit of something else But yeah it's constant judgment of oneself all the time like even like with you know where we are now that we're having to watch ourselves all day every day It's it's tricky. But it's just. I try to try to not take too seriously which again comes and goes as famous. Yeah do you see yourself from a third person point of view when you're out in public absolutely yeah. I'm constantly seeing myself from other people's points of you adjusting my behavior based on that right like if i think like sometimes i'll be like when we lived in new york and i'll be on the subway and i'll just be like lawson thought and realized that like someone thinks that i'm looking and it just happens that someone's in my eyesight because i thought i performed ably act like i'm thinking like oh yeah you don't move your body. You're just lost in thought so that they know that i'm thinking and not looking at them right so you think you're staring right. That makes sense to me to thing. I used to do this thing. I didn't even realize. I did until a friend asked me about it Because i'd be so uncomfortable like leading a bathroom at a bar walking through a bar. If i had left a bathroom from a bar. I would always wipe my nose as though i had just done cocaine which i'd never done cocaine in mind but it became like a thing that i would do to just like you don't have to look up and you look like someone who just did something really. I don't know. I don't. I've never done it so but i think i was wondering my nose correctly and i always thought it would make me look more interesting. That sakonnet guy i. I don't do it anymore. Unless i'm really uncomfortable. Coming just urinate on a fly. I it's funny. Because i was as a kid more so i was always afraid to cross a room like do anything by myself like i remember little stuff like being at a restaurant where there was a buffet and i was like afraid to walk up there by myself. Every will be looking at me. Get food or something like literally. No one cares. But i was like i tell my momma come with me. Whatever she's like no get up and go like she was a little mean about it but she was just. I was so afraid member that feeling very viscerally being a kid and just being like. I don't want anyone look at me. I remember being afraid to leave rooms as a teenager. Because i was like. They're all gonna talk about me when i leave. Oh yeah you know. Like i had like they're all gonna laugh at you and you're definitely definitely but i was holding my p having a piece so bad for hours because i was afraid to get up and go to the bathroom because i didn't want to give them that opening at the end of the evening dan. I just god good. Yeah it's weird hard to be a human. Yeah it's real weird Yeah i wonder sometimes like that idea of what i was talking before about. Like the idea of Getting over shame is realizing you're not central university. No one cares said. No one cares if you go to the buffet. But like i don't know you had a single mom right now I did too. And i had all my and my grandma around me and i was showered with the tech center of their universities..
"creighton" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"I know yes i mean. I am less anxious It's been like. And yes very much. So i would say i'm That is a big my entire life. A very big thing. That made me very very nervous. All the time because i never acted like someone else around them and i never acted like someone else when they were around. When they come to place that i did in college and whatnot. Anything there was a miscommunication. I think i was trying not to tell them to protect my mom because she lives next door to them. All of this stuff And i think that a was it went on way too long. That was truly the most free i would say is the most freeing thing that's happened in my life. It was just like there wasn't even a big thing. Brian came with me. Now he comes with me all the time. You know we went. We don't we don't really talk about it but it happens. It seems very like it doesn't seem. I don't feel like a courageous person in any way i'd never Just because it was not something. I talked about with them for a long time. But it feels really nice to not have secrets or fucking killer. They dry your only your secrets your secrets. Yeah and so now did brian. Though was there ever any pressure on his end and does he really like. Tell them when you want to tell us what was he like. I depend to be known. No he was. He was well. Because my i'm so close with my mom and my aunts and everybody and they love him so much and we would always spend time with them and whatnot It was kind of like if they don't wanna know they they don't need to know only like it was. It was very very patient and understanding throughout the whole thing. What's the reality of an irish catholic family. I know the virtual irish catholic family. My friend kirk from from high school. I guess but that was like more. The suburbs like a level everything all the differences between like ethnic groups and maybe pennsylvania suburbs particularly. Say that like. I don't know besides the fact. I went to religious school and he went to see. Ccd i don't know much there wouldn't ccd that was like children's day. It was like yeah catholic. School on sunday school like sunday school for kids wednesdays and i went to hebrew school. In tuesday's what's reality for you. What was your specific reality would catholic school from first through twelfth grade Until i could say no. I don't want to went to church every sunday. I would go to church at school. Like probably twice a week. It was very. I was a christian of the year which was a thing that my grade school had from first through seventh grade. I don't mean to be interrupting. Rishton of the year had christian right not just catholic ashton. Yeah do what did you do to earn that. Title real old real from first through seventh grade and seventh grade. I lost it. Because i was like now dabbling by the and they could smell it on me this for years running years. Yeah yeah it was. The boy in there was a girl one and and it was like your class and the teacher voted. The school was like it's a school that might Family went to like and there was a nun who over the loudspeaker. Every day would say thank jesus speak like jesus and ride the bus. Like jesus Yeah so it was. It was very like mel was about being kind and whatnot. I never lobbied for it. I think the little pain that looks like an angel. I had seven of them. It was it a maybe it was till sixth grade. I think i lost my crown. Seventh grade Was this weird weird thing that the school school created in that was it Up jim so then. I got into high school and i was like i wanna be a bad boy. Not really young like what did you. What was your alike not rebellion. But as you said you're dabbling what what was that. Were you like at a cigarette. Or like i went out to parties. Oh i smoked cigarettes So early like well. I smoked cigarettes for so long. That's actually why. I started real therapy. Not couples therapy was because i stopped smoking that i was like. Why am i so angry. I i probably smoked from lakes Would a eighth grade. Until i was thirty. Eight allott and high cat your cat carrie. Another button my face. So yeah. I would like you know i was but my mom taught at my high school so it wasn't like i could be rebellious. 'cause she would find out everything but i would like to cut my hair raw like wrong quote unquote like you know. I wasn't supposed to have a certain kind of haircut at school. But i would. I would do that. And i would start listening to punk music and i went from very quickly from like You know cathy. Dennis to like bikini. Kill and sleep kenny. All of that stuff And i would just listen to music and go to parties in you know. Smoke pot in fairmount with boys and do that kind of stuff. And i was all high school but it was all like shrouded in shame. Of course because that's what that's what if you wanna know what Catholic irish catholic. Life is like shane. Nobody's telling you to have it. You just have it and have you know you're always gonna have out until you learn not to have it. That's what i'm doing. So i'm an honorary irish catholic. Pretty open jewish by the way. I'm also going to say this. As far as the bible says you can't smoke you can't smoke. Yeah but i would never do it again. I'm so mad. I ever even did it. 'cause i thought it was so gross. My my mom does did. I was at a party. Wants lightheaded. And then i went home and stole one of my mother's and i was like this is so gross and i watched myself smoke it in the nearer and then i just getting a get it forever like i just kept doing it and i loved it so much but like i just can't imagine my life by didn't do it. It would have been..
"creighton" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Well you know. I don't i haven't really understood my anger until recently Because i didn't start real therapy Until i was thirty eight. And i'm forty two. I'm forty two now. Cut that out just getting i. Don't i don't care. But i i learned that the i use it to get sad so like if i'm uncomfortable if for any number of reasons actually if anxious i'll of my go-to will be anger. 'cause it's a protector whenever but it's it might anger comes out in very stupid things like things that don't are not worth getting angry about like dropping chicken finger or i know that i would be furious. I had six one of them to the ground. I would lose it to our side. Yeah like i'm and and fast and furious and like You know and i worked in customer service for so so long and that there that i feel like is I honed that anger odd. So it's something. I'm trying to chill out on work on Yeah i have a little bit of a temporary think. it's in areas thing interesting aries. No i will not support any astrological support personnel. Yeah i did. I did have a vision of you. Listening to the smiths and punching one of those punching bag thing it would have been that but it would have been like bikini. Kill or something like that for sure. You've been married a long time right. Yeah we've been together. We've been married. Well let's see we've been together seventeen years and we've been married for five. We got married on our twelve th anniversary so we could keep the We got engaged on our tenth anniversary and then two years later was the same date on a saturday. So we did that. I'm do yeah when when when when you're gonna do it Well delta's really dell just three off. We were hoping. A monkey wrench in the matrimonial works but next march was the thought. Yeah no yeah. Maybe lambda auras eight. Be melting the flesh off our bones by the unknown. I'm so angry about it. Yeah it was funny. I didn't marriage was very complicated for me. Like just to wrap my head around it. It wasn't something that i really ever thought. I would do ever even seem like an option for both of us. So we group. We both grew up very catholic. have escaped that but it was not something that i grew up Knowing was an option. Like of course i knew but and when you propose we kind of knew it was going to happen and of course i wanna spend my life with him but it made me feel very very nervous about just the institution of these have the whole thing but then like as soon as like most things in my life like as soon as the thing happens that i'm worried about i feel so good i wanna do two hundred more times like i i. I loved her wedding. I thought it was so fun. And i wish we could do it again and i could plan it again so i wasn't coming at it from a place of like super anxious But it was so finding than once we were married. I was like this is really nice. I like this and it doesn't have to be what you know. There's no rules to the marriages as far as traditional. Like the you know. I grew up thinking. Know all all that stuff that you're told vendor young And i just didn't know what was going to be like for me and it's been really really nice. What was the picture in your head like. What did you think. It was just heterosexuality. Is that what you're talking about or is it more other roles just within a relationship. I think i was afraid it was going to boring and it was going to get stale and we weren't gonna go on dates and do fun things in it was gonna be come very rigid and it wasn't it actually became It's been a nicer sort of deeper life and you know a lot of good stuff. I never talked about this but my grandparents have not known who. Brian is or that. I had a brian for our whole relationship. End for a number of reasons like i'm not a brave person. Everybody else in my family knows my mom. My aunt's everybody loves bryant ignored him from the beginning. My grandparents didn't know they weren't at our wedding It was kind of like a secret and but once we got married. There is sort of like this weird together now forever. We have to End we're going to act. According to the you know what i mean and then sort of one of the good things that came out of this whole to two years away. I'd say it's two years now. Some of the pandemic was he matt grandparents Under sad circumstances but under necessary circumstances because he's my husband at this coin and we had to. we had to go to a funeral for a family member. And i told my momma can't do that alone and so brian's coming just doing this now and we just did it. And now it's like you know no other issues that that brings up for my grandparents but everybody's jailing and that's not my problem anymore. Right does that literally never never spoke about that because everybody Gays person in the world. Like everybody would assume that everybody knows that But my grandparents just didn't really long time for like a whole number of reasons and So it's kind of freeing jess. I could imagine but it's also so interesting because everyone else is. The family knew so. It's almost like i feel bad for your grandparents because they're out of the loop in a way. How does everyone keep this quiet to them around them. Every new i think is very irish catholic thing. We don't talk about it. We don't talk about you know we're never live. There was never a lie. There was just never talking about it. But you know that's done now that he's my husband i don't what do you feel a chain yourself..
"creighton" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Let's roll it michael. We are so excited to have you to be talking to you. After our pandemic marco polo. Yes he here. Now in a in a true to life zoom be recording a podcast which is the highest form of friendship in los angeles. Yes and very excited. If if i'm a little loopy this whole week. I've been on call for jury duty and what is sorry. What is that like like in called. You have to go there or you just have to check every morning. You gotta check around seven. Pm every night whether they need you the next day for a jury whether they've had too many deals and they don't need you. But every time. I go to click on the to see if i have to come in. It's i'm shaking my heart beating fast. It's the. I can't remember the last time where i like even not even like. Hey we're going to pick your show up or not or like we're going to pay for a pilot link any real show-bizzy things like my heart hasn't been as fast as do. I have to go in for jury duty. I couldn't imagine doing jury duty right now or in general but i do that same thing once and i called in every night and then they never called me. I never had to go. And then you know you're clear for however many years or something. Yeah sarah's cross. I got one more day. So it's driving me little nuts. Just put that out there. It's so funny. Because i get what you mean. It's i'm very frustrated by like when i don't have control over my life and i've just wait for someone to tell me something you know we're even. It's like what day what time i coming to work. What makes me crazy yet. I'm like you've gotten through now. Four days you're not going in tomorrow. Relax with i think you can finally relax. We'll see we'll see seven pm tonight. We'll see yeah. The unknown is like the worst thing in the world. I the unknown is my My achilles heel it drives me insane. So i get what you're saying just and there's been so much known and rescue not just life the unknown of life of course the great existential question but then like of going into the business of acting is accurate. Here unknown oh. Yeah yeah still is i feel could still is like every moment is sort of an unknown and inbetween. Everything is an unknown. So i have learned how to fill my time in between the show business with things that make me happy that have nothing to do with show business like most of my friends that i hang out with are not in the business what i do Which is really nice. And they have a lot of lovely friends in the business. But it's nice to have that Have that because i'm always like what's next ramic going. What what you were just saying. What time do. I have to be somewhere. Yes i could ask that question every minute of the day. What time what time do have to be there Yeah unknown interesting. You posted something on instagram recently. Which everyone follow michael in hopes that this will force him to create more content around his dog. Sharon okay. if that's how these listeners to follow you you gotta get sharing content. Okay she's gorgeous. She's among us. she's right up there with maple. But you're posting about. You were somewhere and you remember. You worked at boxoffice at the same place. You were attending a premier for your in right right a. And can we talk about this box office. Can you explain this office on a boardwalk. Yeah for sure it was. It was two thousand seven. I had a i my whole full-time job all out of college for many many many years until probably two thousand eight was working box offices for theaters so much like our friend. Isaac oliver So i was working at this theater. And they picked up a big client and it was this international spiegel tent. That was going to be the south street seaport. Peer and the hour seemed really cool. So it's like yeah. I would love to man up and do that do that project so i was like. Oh i have a project so exciting. No one was prepared for this in any way shape or form. The box office was a rubbermaid shed on appear that because it got so hot because they felt like it was going to suffocate in it. They cut a hole in it and put an air conditioner in it but because it was on the pier at night there was no one. Patrolling the period. After we went home so people would just piss the air conditioner. I'm just going to stop for one second. I assumed that end of that senate was pissing. The rubbermaid shed was pissing. The air conditioner. Yes 'cause the bremerton shed had a lock on it but the the back was just an air conditioner and you could hide behind the back. So people would pee. And i'm assuming that was their hidden place to and they would pee into the air conditioner so when i would get in and turn the air conditioner on. It was like this really cold. Urine smell which off it should be illegal. That's like a medical unit workers comp okay in cold year and also we the ac close to the ground. Yeah okay because how are they like. How are they getting up. Yeah it was like a shed your like your family would have in the back to keep their tools in me and one other twenty something and they would at night. Also people would like to shake i. I assume shake the rubbermaid shed. And so i'd come in and our ticket printer would be on the ground. Dented every i cried every single time. I went there own and conditioner. You know how in urinals they'll put a fly because they're like a the fucking animals that use urinal aim for the fly and get their. They're disgusting piss everywhere wake. That's the theory. I suppose behind the coding wag dot yes or in a urinal it makes it a fun little game. Is that what the air conditioner was for these people for these disgusting creeps increase. I imagine it was and it was like again. I can't even there was a really didn't want to get into the instagram. But i'll tell you there was a time where someone duty behind their And i just imagine it was like a hidden place where people can do whatever they want because it was a shed on a pier with the back of it sort of hidden there and there was a night what i was talking about was there was a night when their lines and lines of people for this thing and they were all sort of. They weren't all terrible but there were a lot of terrible people. Yeah and there is a woman. That's was like two lines and i said could you please step to the side and she is. You don't have to be so fucking gay about it. And i took her credit card and i have a little bit of a temper i would say i. Through the credit card out the rubbermaid shed down the boardwalk. Now there was like a little tiny hole where we could talk out of the rubbermaid shed and my hand was there and her husband or boyfriend or whatever he was. I hope they're still together. He tried to pull my arm out from under it my guide. It was terrible. It was terrible. But then i just went to see a screening of the first two episodes of only murders in the building which is a show on it was on that pier and i didn't realize it until we were watching the screen as like all the memories. What a full circle moments so your anger can get the best of you. This is paraphrasing which is very surprising to me because you are so kind so warm. So mellow yes. Thank god i'm curious about. What are the things. What are the other instances. Perhaps best of you..
"creighton" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Scott i appreciate your guys by so much Quick update i guess Did not go well Obviously he kept messaging me kept trying to get me to meet him. And i guess deep down in my soul from where i get. It wasn't the right thing. And i did ignore messages and i did just kind of try to brush the situation to the side About a month after those conferences and ignoring the tax and things like that He ended up calling me asking me if i could come to their house because there was an issue they were having with the kids. They need some help Taking care of kids which were one of the most student. So i thought i was being a good person and of course not thinking too deep into it i drove out there and he did not even have kids with him and to he started giving me this weird story about how he needed to go to colorado and he wanted to go within that night and i got obvious bad vibes like. I'm pretty sure if i went on about not came back so I told him i had to go. Get something out of my car. And i list and home Next day at school there were fliers all over the school with my picture and a nice little paragraph saying you know this is a gay man teaching your kids and blah blah blah and so ended up happening. I mean it wasn't the whole like people coming out of their houses with pitchforks and torches. Like let's find queer but i thought ten for that and so i did have to move did lose my job I luckily did move to a nice little town in between to bigger towns So i do have some people now. That i am able to visit and communicate with and kind of have that. Lgbtq friendship connection. I need I joined what they call the community which has been quite against you for me But have met some amazing people through that who have been sold support But yeah the situation are pretty much is bad as it could get so Hopefully nobody else hammer has to deal with him and hopefully wise and the kids can separate themselves from that. Day's your yeah. Oh wow that was not what. I was expecting from that follow up. I knew it didn't go great. But i mean the flyers luring him trying to get him out of state. This is a lifetime movie. This is a lifetime movie. And i think i'm going to have to write it. It's called the zander story. This is crazy. This man is an act. And andy's a cop and it's surprise surprise over you may be the last person who should be in a position of authority over anyone else. I'm just very glad that zander is safe. That he's gotten to a safe house that he moved away. I hope he is able to find another job. And like this man is not like destroyed. His career zander. We're here that the guy here for you got him fired like that anyway. I mean there was no good way to get ripe but also got him fire because he wouldn't hook up with him so the fact that he's like oh there's a gay man teaching and it's like you sir also a gay man or bisexual you are a member of the lgbtq whether you are not whether you want to believe it or not sir you trying to tattle on other people. That is a sickness. I'm so sorry. sorry survived. And i'm glad he trusted his gut. It was like adding as a matter of the car. Peel the fuck out. Also cut to listening to that furiously. Googling pup community pep. What's pap sex. But we figured it out. That sounds like just very vanilla. Fun grew it does hit the masks. I'm glad you know the mass scare me actual. Oh really. i think they're cool looking. If you look up look up community. The mask cool. I think i am just so glad. You're okay andy. i'm sorry. This is like the. It's like almost too hard to fit it because introduce our episode in our wonderful guest but that is heroin. What really very harrowing. I hope you the litter or like grappling. If you're doing okay. I'm gonna now tell i'm going to give you a quick three three to one countdown into introducing our guest. Just you can transition. Well do you want to brainstorm ways that we as a community can get revenge on the cop. I mean i wish there was obviously. I'm sure zander has the receipts right. He's got probably text messages and whatnot. I think but again in that town and see what could be cops are. They protect themselves all right each other three to one. We have such a fun episode. Today we are talking to the whole the wonderful michael ciro crichton. Michael is an actor who you have seen all over the place had. He's been and he wasn't spotlight yard right now he can be seen in the hulu show only murders in the building which andy and i have already watched just started like what last week two weeks ago. Yup and i gotta say so. Steve martin marin short because laugh out of us so far. Michael crichton brought the yellow als- also you can see him in dexter new blood starting november seventh on showtime so. He is taking us through the fall. And that's a beautiful thing and this episode is truly beautiful thing. So andy if you do the honors..
"creighton" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Welcome to your episode for this week. We're coming to you the very day before the episode drops. I gotta tell you if you wanna. If you're asking yourself. Andy how you doing today. What i was gonna ask me communicating with the listening combining listeners. You must as if we're in a sweat lodge of the soul can tell you folks took a nap before noon. That's how this day is going iconic iconic to take a nap less than three hours after being a week mean that says so much like a very revealing sentence. It tells you about a person's mental state it tells you their emotional state it tells you about their requirements for the day. I went to go do the housework and vacuum but mabel was asleep on the floor. And i was like i can't my dear. Maple look everything she's been through this year mostaque demy chemotherapy bladder irritation. You can ask you. Now she's napping and i'm going to disturb here a very good soul but also you didn't feel like vacuuming in that moment and it's okay for that to be true to. So where are you at namm. where am i well. you know. i've got my finger. Hovered over the order. Food now button waiting for a little a little breakfast lunch combination to arrive last night. You did a show with. Pat gnaws walden dana gould at largo. One of our favorite. If not our favorite. Can you say our favorite venue here in los angeles absolutely absolute favorite venue. The only place where actually stay after my set. Hang out all evening. So how do you feel after you crushed. Oh did i crush. that's nice. It was funny. Because i have performed in a couple of weeks by my own choice so i was feeling a little rusty. It's so funny because it's like obviously after all the time we'd taken off. Because i have a hitting so hard for two months before the special i was really like who i'm gene machine and then two weeks off i was like. Oh what is this again. I've forgotten but it was still fun. It was you patent and dana. Gould all so fun. When we were leaving we walked into her house and a man was walking by staring at us as we were leaving the house locking up. Almost i would say clocking the fact that we were leaving our house. That's what i said. I immediately like committing to memory the address the ad number so he could come back and you know i know. Take our you know. I don't wanna brac. I don't wanna brag about where we are financially. But i did get the big thing of cat litter big thing talking about. There's though like there's like a regular thing of cat litter and then there's the big like twenty gallon drug. Yeah why the kind of drug that the salt crystals that you put in your wanted that my parents putting their water softener coming. You might come back and been like. I'm gonna take that i was. I had the back with my anxious. Mind i had that in the back of my head entire time right right right but you guys were so funny that when you were on stage you did take my really did the minute you got off stage my brain which back to my anxieties like the guys rifling through boxers. My old navy boxer shorts right now rightfully through trying them on picking favorites. Well some of them have bad badly. Sewn crotch is naomi. that's true. I know i know. That's what everyone to twelve items can have a badly lisa crotch and that's the only if you promise but you felt good doing it. I did if good it was fun. You know those caucasian kings were just very lovely in tender. I felt really. I was like wow. I'm up here with a big dow. Dow patent came in to talk to us and he was like asking how we're doing and i paused for a second. I don't know why launched into tell him the honest truth coming depression a little for not like a real depression but like i mean he's like oh. I'm sorry i realize i'm like why did you say that. Just say i'm doing good and move on move on. I don't know why. I felt like i should be honest with a guy who i've met. Now maybe twice right. What's on the podcasts. At once in real life it's okay it's okay for me. I lied on the side of just dishonesty. Short flat out lies short short baron. Promise me an old navy. We promise any of the worst. Hey before we tell you the look if you haven't looked at the three at the description on twitter or anything like that who the guest is. Today is going to be surprised in a second but before we get there now we have a follow up. Okay yes this. Follow up comes from zander who you heard his harrowing tale in h allen. Scott episode just a few weeks ago and zander has come through with a follow up yet. Do you want to just give a quick like two cents. Recap i mean you have got to listen. Because it's probably the best we've ever gotten but zander moved to a small town. That's kind of conservative. He met a man on a dating app. Zander's teacher started dating. They they were having a dalliance. You will a sexual dalliance. That zander's a teacher zander apparent and in walks the man he's been having a dalliance with with with his wife with his wife and did also mentioned. This man is a an officer of the law enforcement office. I was like what is this astrological. Okay i see a leo. That's a scorpio. Let's hear this follow-up. Hey naomi and andy lender again small town homo now. Ex-teacher call into given update From the voice mail on your episode with h allen..
"creighton" Discussed on AP News
"And students who Creighton University over a vaccine mandate. Four students are suing Creighton University over its requirement to get vaccinated against Covid 19 to remain enrolled. The Catholic University in Omaha, Nebraska, mandated vaccines among all students in August. The students argue that some of them feel pushed to violate their religious beliefs against abortion. The lawsuit, filed this week says the students object because vaccines were developed or tested using cells from aborted fetuses. The Vatican has declared that such vaccines are morally acceptable when others aren't available. I'm Walter Ratliff. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is defending the administration's handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal amid angry criticism from Republicans that a contentious house hearing From House foreign affairs ranking member Michael McCaul. This was an unmitigated disaster to Ohio Steve Chabot. This is a disgrace. Even top panel Democrat Gregory Meeks says the administration could have done better. Absolutely yes, Blinken notes, the administration inherited a Taliban peace deal from Donald Trump. And says, nobody predicted Afghan forces would fall so fast and amid criticism for leaving American citizens behind Blinken says the chaotic evacuation effort was successful, extraordinary effort. Under the most difficult conditions imaginable. Songer Megane Washington Scientists say cows can be potty trained as easily as toddlers, maybe easier. Animal behavioral scientist Lindsey Matthews and his team at New Zealand's University of Auckland set up a special pen called The Mulu..
4 Anti-Abortion Students Sue Creighton Over Vaccine Mandate
"For anti abortion students to Creighton University over a vaccine mandate for students are suing Creighton University over its requirement to get vaccinated against Kobe in nineteen to remain enrolled at the Catholic University in Omaha Nebraska mandated vaccines among all students in August the students argue that some of them feel pushed to violate their religious beliefs against abortion the lawsuit filed this week says the students object because vaccines were developed or tested using cells from aborted fetuses the Vatican has declared that such vaccines are morally acceptable when others aren't available I'm Walter Ratliff
"creighton" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Todd to a guy comes in with real. Phd's athletes cheat on it. All the athletes. Okay like big time guys weird. I was an athlete. I know where these two he's yeah. He's actually work with all now. Hold on one of the things is that you're out of on their podcast. Noah had private so a lot of times you're your zinc magnesium selenium levels can be off oubre off and somebody's they'll bring those levels back and your does how strong shoot batchelder. So you wanna make sure you want to make sure that you're doing that. You're doing that. I and working on sleeping and then see where your levels are there and then if you need more so there are things you can do. Naturally i that bring yourself back so if you're not sleeping all eating well and you use it. It can lead to How are you sleeping good chin because a cranium which i don't want really much but that's what i do so help create a mostly sleep. I don't creative for me now. Does that it doesn't help you sleep creighton creighton get up on the lower doses or is it a lower doses are stimulants. The higher doses is for relaxation. At least for me. But i do sleep pretty well. I'll tell you this gin. Your age is tough to s- fucking sprouts. Where the fuck you want testosterone. I did my test to at my. Testosterone is actually pretty decent. That's pretty high. Which was kind of a bummer. 'cause i know what it was. Do you remember what it was. I just remember when i they give you a call back. And he said it's like at a little bit above average. That's all i remember. Did you have different readings. Just one is just bloodwork. Yeah 'cause there there's the floating test stuff that you use yours free. It wasn't blood. It was like the swab and he just mail it in and also change. Here's hey it says it's pretty accurate so you have to be fasted. You can't drink water anything when you do it and then put a little more than about. Oh yeah i think just one test is sometimes not for sure and plus a week or something you definitely feel like like sars going down like thirty late thirties even really. How much does it affect your things. Better really yeah. You always complain about having low testosterone. I'd never complain. Never you never you always say not dude if you know how often it's not the end of the world you're not fucking it's not brain sir. Yeah house can do. Not that big of a commitment twice a week and his injections or you have to go to the doctor. Do yourself but i do. I don't go to the doctor. Every time i've only heard i've only heard positive things for the most but i know a same even actually if you look at. The studies have even like steroids. People do steroids. People think what you're going to die early. There's not a lot of evidence that steroids a lot of long-term damn it's abuse that it up. We'll give it a shot. And i'm so down because the scared of was when brian mentioned that if you do it you have to kind of like no. Let's stay on these a psychological thing they do it and then once they get that the athletes and stuff. They're afraid to get off it. 'cause house performance. Yes okay. i'm. I'm actually talked to my doctor. Then everybody's or did you have to go to doctor. You just go to a clinic right clinic or doctor. It's tough if you go to doctor doesn't really special. I'd rather go to a clinic. Yeah i try to do. there's no need to. That's why i was thinking. I was like i'd want i. I would shave.
"creighton" Discussed on KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer
"Gary seattle mayor. Jim rose and company so rosy what about this Ncaa sanctions on creatine basketball Hundred and some year history of creighton had never had hundred forty three up a penalty and An ncaa said that was part of the reason. They didn't get more severe this the one thing. I don't understand. Maybe you can flesh this out The case of centers around Preston murphy the former assistant coach So he was allegedly given his bribe in a hotel room by an agent knows it caught on tape. Yeah and gave said he gave it back But the family of this recruit was going to get a hundred grand supposedly. Where was that money. Well agent. it's it's very complicated. They're not talking. They're not saying insurance. Great would ask. It's in the rear view mirror which is good. That's healthy up. It's very complicated sadder in it it. It ties together all of the unseemly components of college sports today and in particular college basketball so as a community of sports fans creighton fans nebraska fans. All of them. You gotta make a decision. Do you want to support this. Given the warts and all or do you wanna wash your hands of it. Move onto something else But this is a corrupt sport And it is a corrupt sport. Because of the influence of third parties. Bruce rasmussen told us. It was the most of those nakedly honest remark that i've ever heard in my life in sports broadcasting. And it's so true what happens. Is you get influencers. That are in this for the money infiltrating the process by using their influence over recruits to compel schools to act To either do things that are illegal That are immoral. That are against the ncwa. Rules are in some cases in violation of federal law And that's where the fbi sting in twenty eighteen unearth. This really ugly component of the game. But in this case murphy had a relationship with a five star. Recruit named brian bowen's And then bones had influenced by street agents and other family members that wanted to get involved in his recruitment and it becomes an auction. Yeah what can you do for us. And there is some alleged because it hasn't been proven it's he said she said or he said he said that creighton offered the father of mr bones. The kind of inducement to get brian to come here. and Depends on who you talk to. The dad says that preston murphy offered me and my family ex cash and a fulltime job in omaha if brian came to creighton So that presumably would becoming from creighton would become now the the question becomes where to that money originate we know now that adidas the shoe konami they're involved with recruiting students to adidas school but creighton is not in school. It's a nike. School and nike does not mess around with high school. Basketball players and murphy was not sanction. Well he was penalized. But i mean he wasn't charged. But you can't hire them now if you're another institution for a couple years without you without attic accepting sanctions you if you hire him. You have to accept sanctions similar to the ones that craig redoubt. Yeah that's part of it. But the other thing you have to do is no. The creighton sanctions a fairly light. By comparison to what oklahoma state got which was a postseason ban. Kansas is liable to get drilled and then they'll appeal it Because it's much worse there than here but this is the this is the nature of college basketball fan. And when you throw the the the transfer portal in and the one and done approach that elite recruits you got to decide. What kind of a program do you want your school to have And i don't know this is a this is a conversation that all of creighton and all of nebraska half to have. I would hope that you you would want it to be clean. I don't want you doing this. What's the definition of clean any on. The other hand are not on the other hand but by the same token you can't you can't control human all humans right. I mean if you hire you try to hire good people and if you get a guy on your staff do you know I can get this guy you know where to tip bruce rasmussen. Ncaa's of you have got you shoulda reported this earlier but they didn't do anything I mean it's not. It's not great the lose a recruit to over the course of scholarship. But once you talk about a postseason ban. That's a biggie. At well god was fairly light by comparison but it is a big deal They lose a scholarship for the next to the next two years. They have some recruiting restrictions which includes the number of official visits that they can offer the number of recruiting days and they have a fine of the neighbor of one hundred thousand dollars. All right seven. Four and again We've had the contract..
Creighton Men's Basketball Program Given Two Years Probation by NCAA
"The N C. Double A has put the Creighton Men's basketball program on two years probation after finding a former assistant coach accepted Cash management agency. They also found that the athletic director did his own investigation and kept the findings to himself. So the FBI released the details of a corruption scandal. This is ABC News.
A Life in Leadership: Dr. Daniel Zinnel
"All right one. This episode of supporting leaders podcasts. We have dr daniels in all and we discover that we went to the same program at creighton. our past probably like just just crossed each other But i'm so excited to have you on the show. Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to have a conversation with us looking forward to it. So let's just start off and share with us a little bit about your background. I mean you seem to be involved in so many things. You can definitely tell. You're an advocate for a lot of different groups of people and and you're engaged in political things. The arts Work so share with us a little bit about who you are and what you do. Well i'll start at the beginning. I was I grew up in northwestern iowa outside of a tiny town called pomeroy which is about six hundred fifty people Youngest of four grip on the farm right across the road from my dad's parents my grandparents. So i saw them every day growing up which i am very grateful order but in small town iowa you have to do everything be involved in everything so i was in all four sports played. The charm sang in the choir. Did all of the things was in. Nhs or h ffa. So i truly am grateful for that Well rounded nece that. Allow me to really try so many things. And i think that's still kinda tested to my career in my life. I like to be involved. In a variety of even today North west island's pretty conservative and so growing up as a little boy was very challenging to to recognize what i was going through to see others. Who were like me and should not be alone and so i went to iowa. Central community. college burst in fort. Dodge years and then moved to into moines in two thousand six to perform at adventure land. So you're at adventure land in the summer of two thousand six and if you know eventually know there's a stage that comes up from out of the ground i performed Had eight shows everyday. They were short set. So it wasn't too long but i we a country show at patriotic show in greece. So that was a ton of fun. And i think really helped me develop competence in front of people because you have to have confidence when performing And then i started going to school full time while working fulltime in. I did that for ten years. Finish undergrad did a masters in health and then completed the doctor of education and leadership from creighton. But my career really started in nonprofit type. Still were still working nonprofits but it started working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and technically and still employed doing that type of work. That i transitioned to more part-time respite. But i have a client that i worked with since two thousand six which is just wild to think about the had that relationship with him for so long
Unbeaten Zags keep rolling with 83-65 rout of Creighton
"Gonzaga's March toward perfection continues after an eighty three sixty five route of great and putting the Bulldogs in the elite eight the zags improved to twenty nine and no wonder thirty third in a row since last season and extended their division one record of double digit wins to twenty six to Jimmy scored twenty two points in internet mark had seventeen with eight assists for Gonzaga no mark says he had several open teammates noticed some reading and reading the gaming with Davis is doing some you know they're kind of putting two hours in the wall sometimes the park passes pretty pretty open so respond to those guys runs around the Bulldogs led twenty two twelve seven minutes in and spent most of the second half pulling away mark is a grassy finished with nineteen points to lead the blue jays I'm Dave Ferrie
Mobley Bros. Lead Los Angeles' USC To 85-51 Rout Of Kansas,
"Tournament, the sweet 16 is now set, moving on his seventh seeded Oregon, who beat the two seed Iowa 95 80. Despite Hawkeye Start Luca Garza going for 36 points, 62. USC beat the three seed Kansas 85 to 51 11 Cedars, USC down the 14th seed Abilene Christian 67 47 Bruins make it four teams out of the Pac 12 into the sweet 16, along with USC, Oregon and Oregon State. Top seed Gonzaga is now 28 No on the season after beating eight seater Oklahoma 87 71 top seed Michigan beat eight C L s u 86 78 for the Wolverines. The only big 10 teams don't live. In the tournament started with 94, seeded Florist 85 seed Colorado 71 53 2nd seed Alabama Down the 10 seed Maryland 69 77 15 Creighton over the 13th seed Ohio 70 to 58 in the NBA. The Rocket
Zegarowski, Creighton beat Ohio 72-58 to reach NCAA Sweet 16
"For the first twelve minutes so high look like it might make a game of it the thirteenth seeded bobcats went up by one point on fifth seed Creighton but the blue jays went on a twenty to four run to close out the half and breeze to a seventy two to fifty eight win created advances to a Sweet Sixteen meeting with unbeaten Gonzaga the blue jays had four players in double figures led by Marcus Sigur ros skis twenty white Wilson had twelve for Ohio Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Texas stunner: No. 14 Abilene Christian ousts 'Horns 53-52
"The biggest story in the opening round of the west bracket is a game that's not played as Oregon advances to the second round after PC was unable to play due to culvert nineteen protocols on the floor of his second beats Norfolk state ninety to fifty five I was in eighty six seventy four winner over Grand Canyon Kansas would get past eastern Washington ninety three to eighty four Ohio upsets Virginia sixty two fifty eight Creighton is a sixty three sixty two winner over UC Santa Barbara USC beats Drake seventy two to fifty six and Oklahoma gets past Missouri seventy two to sixty eight I'm Mike Reeves
Washington, DC's Georgetown enters NCAA tournament as No. 12 seed in East Region
"Is set for March Madness and five teams from the D M V. R in none a bigger surprise in 12 seed Georgetown, which upset Creighton. Win the Big East Tournament coach Patrick Ewing. We work hard. We fought hard We've got on each other. We hated on each other. We are kicked him in the butt. We did everything that we needed to do to get to this point, and I think it's paid off Virginia's in as 1/4 seed Maryland and Virginia Tech as 10th feeds and Mount ST Mary's has a play in team. They opened the tournament on Thursday
NCAA Tournament West Preview
"It's ncaa tournament time we had championship. Week was absolutely spectacular. You had a championship game. That wasn't so spectacular in america conference by the big twelve was tremendous big. Ted was tremendous. Because you know what those two leagues are tremendous all season. Long games aren't games. they're events the acc was anti climactic but great for josh passenger and the greatest shield in the history of life. The big east to me was phenomenal. I mean patrick ewing. Not only does he no longer needed credential again but he got into madison square garden and walked away with four games in four days and his team played like an old vintage georgetown team. Pac twelve stolen a bid which was really cool. Wayne tinkle's got it was who was on the hot seat. It was so cool is good coach. A good person attack boil. Who's another great guy still going tournament. So i thought championship week was absolutely spectacular. Your take oh. I thought it was great. I look. I'm gonna tell you houston's legit at chance due to their games including the championship game in the ac. That is a legitimate. I was happy that drake dot in. I was happy that twenty five and four guy in. I thought that was terrific. I love the fact that the drew brothers are in the tournament. The demolishing of creighton shocked the living in. Hell on me. And says i'm telling you i like when you lose guys mclaughlin aquino record and next thing you know man. What are you doing better. The next year matt pain and getting himself in the top four seeds after losing two guys eastern and harms but overawe a look championship. Week was the sec. Tournament was off the charts with the championship. Game and college basketball delivers it delivers every damn nights. Let's go to the west ready. Let's do it all right now. Let's do this number one seat. I was thinking what games in the upper half of the west. Are you looking forward to see. I wanna see what. Oklahoma can do eight nine game now. Maybe it doesn't matter because you're gonna play gonzaga. But i think this i think if you're gonna play along krueger team whether you're konso martyn missouri. Who has struggled or whether you're gonzaga. You know you're going to play a very very good basketball team. And i had them earlier in the year they can shoot it. They defend it. They play hard. I don't think they're overly talented and the kid to get something done but lon kruger is so good at dictating pace. That if i'm sitting here with gonzaga i wanna lesser coach in my second round game assuming that they win. What do you got. Well you know i actually. I think missouri can win that game. A jeremiah tells me he's going to have to go out guard on out on a primitive 'cause they're playing brady at the five and they've run them all over the place on the other side though rate mattis gutter guard that dude on the block to is become a good player control martin's team when they're older and more mature and her physical they are talking tournament. Think about what he did tennessee. So you know this is going to be really good game because you've got a tough physical team in missouri. You've got a team that attacks match ups plays almost four guards in oklahoma. I'm actually leaning towards missouri in this match up. Well you're going to be wrong and that's okay you can be. It's okay. I can be wrong. It will be the first time won't be the last time and you know that's right. I don't have either. We'll on from barry. I but i touched on that but also got to say tony bennett said that most of his team is in quarantine south. Now i don't know about you but that preston kid that plays at ohio university. Ooh yeah he can go and all of a sudden. You're talking about a team that wait a second. I know i know. Virginia's good. I know virginia came on. I know they ended up with the one seat in the acc tournament. But seth you're playing against a hot as hell ohio university team. A team led by jeff bowls. Who frankly he's the perga- guide ohio you because he loves ohio you. He played there with the with the shock of the mac. But when you're playing a team in quarantine sat that tells me they're not practicing. That tells me this is gonna be a hats. This'll be a good game regardless.
Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown wins Big East tournament over Creighton
"Is headed back to the NC double a tournament for the first time since 2015. The Hoyas smashed Creighton 73 to 48 in the Big East Tournament title game. The wind also comes on the 49th anniversary of the day. The program hired the late Hall of Fame coach John Thompson, head coach. Patrick Ewing was asked Postgame if he was surprised by his team's four day for victory performance up in New York City. No, I'm not surprised. You know, I believe in these kids. I think they believe in me. You know, I keep telling them from the first day we met most we got on campus. I told him we have We had enough talent to win the Big East to make it to the N C. A a tournament And once you get to the N C, a a tournament, Anything is possible. The
Ewing, Georgetown take Big East, NCAA bid with stunning rout
"Georgetown earned a spot in the NC double a tournament with a seventy three to forty eight win over seventeenth ranked Creighton to win the big east championship it was a record eighth time Georgetown has won the big east coach Patrick Ewing played on three of those title teams the whole is closed the first half with eighteen to nothing running continued the domination throughout the second half George town now thirteen and twelve they held Creighton to twenty eight percent shooting Dante Harris one of four in double figures with ten points was the tournament's most outstanding player great will head to the NC double A.'s at twenty and eight might make you so New York
"creighton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Creighton 22 for 62. Both teams struggle from behind the arc savior was 25% 8 for 28 for 32 from behind the clip, only two for 16 in the second half. Creighton. They struggled as well from the art eight for 28 for 28%. They were three for 13 from behind the Arc saver, too, for 16 behind the art in the second half, both teams Free throws. Saver shot him at a 71% clip. They were only five for 72 Gom or Creighton. They were 14 for 20. They were at 70. 70% for the game Turnovers Low. Xavier 11 Creighton 12 points off turnovers. Negligible save. You have five points off turnovers. Great. Only had seven total rebounds. Savory lost about the boards by 3 42. Of 45 say was seven. Offensive rebounds. Crane with eight offensive rebounds, Bench points. 22 21 Advantage David points in the paint, plus six for Creighton. Both teams had 10 assists. There were two ties in a ball game to lead changes. And Graydon left about 23 minutes. Where's Avery left? For about 15 minutes of this basketball game, Joe. It was a close game and the stats bear that out. You know the one stat where you see the big difference, and you pointed at Xavier, just getting to the free throw line seven times making five. Meanwhile, 20 attempts by the Great Blue Jays, making 14. It's really Maybe we're the game was decided. You said it remarkably close stats about the stats I expected, though, no, based upon our pregame comments, that's for sure. They're both teams came in averaging. 84 85 points a game and save your struggles. Only gets 61 in this game, and I thought that was the difference. That was the difference in that Xavier didn't tip have their typical big offensive game. They did a great job playing defense, but Just not enough offense on the road. When you play in, you know a top 25 teams. Avery needs to score more than 61 to beat anybody in this league. The final from the CH I Center in Omaha, Nebraska, the creating blue Jay 66 Xavier Musketeers. 61. This is a basketball from their field. I am Jay College on 700 wlw to.
"creighton" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
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