36 Burst results for "Duke Duke"
Fresh update on "duke " discussed on Bloomberg Law
"Shooting in Texas by a teenager who bought his AR-15 style rifle legally president Joe Biden called for action on gun control legislation that has stalled on Capitol Hill As a nation we have to ask when in God's name are we going to stand up to the gun lobby When in God's name we do what we all know in our gut needs to be done But the governor of Texas Greg Abbott brushed aside calls for strict gun legislation saying gun laws don't curb violence in major cities that have them I hate to say this but there are more people who were shot every weekend in Chicago than there are in schools and Texas Joining me is an expert in Second Amendment law Joseph blocher a professor at duke law school In America we have more guns than people And there's been an upward trend in the purchase of guns since 2020 Why are Americans buying more guns Yeah there's a few things to say about it And I think one is the sheer number of guns But another is why are people buying guns As far as the sheer number I think the thing that obviously stands out to me is that although the number of guns in circulation seems to continue going up the percentage of Americans who own them continues to go down There was a bit of a spike during the pandemic I guess the background of George Floyd related protests and so on But if you look over the last ten or 15 years actually the percentage of Americans who live in a household with a gun continues to decline So what that means is that the people who own guns are buying more and more but the number of people who have them continue to go down But the other thing that's changed really dramatically is I think the tipping point was in the last ten or 15 years is that the primary reason for Don ownership has shifted It has historically been recreation and hunting And it is today self defense And so the motivation and then I think that sort of changes the mindset for gun ownership has dramatically changed too And self defense is a justification we hear a lot Even just as Brett Kavanaugh asked during the oral arguments in the case over New York's gun law why isn't it good enough to say I live in a violent area and I want to be able to defend myself So this is a tricky one because so much of this is a debate about sort of hypothetical from counterfactuals And what would have happened if this person had had a gun or some kind of account And that's tricky I think to do that well requires a rigorous look at big sets of data rather than sort of trading the hypotheticals and anecdotes And there has been scholarship on this and scholars disagree on surprisingly about the degree to which permissive public carry laws either do or don't reduce rates of particular kinds of violent crime I've never seen anything convincing that guns in schools would reduce the math school shootings that we've seen I mean there was an armed guard at the school in Texas And that wasn't enough President Biden has called on Congress to end gun violence by passing common sense gun laws Is federal legislation the answer I think it's going to require a variety of responses federal state and local I think there's some kinds of laws that are best known at the federal level expanded background checks would be a good example that is easiest to administer using a national influence background check system which relies on data that comes from the state But at the state level there's plenty of reforms as well Some of which have some bipartisan support and has become more popular even in the last 5 years So the passage of extreme risk protection order laws often called red flag law That's a good example There's more than 20 states have those now almost all of them have been adopted in the last 5 years So there's a room there At the local level things are a little trickier because most states might more than 40 states now have what are called preemption laws which make it hard for local governments to regulate But in the states where local governments still have some regulatory space they could for example designate certain places like Mars or busy public areas stadiums et cetera sensitive places where guns should be taken They might impose licensing requirements on people carrying guns into particular places So it's going to require a broad response at the federal state and local level So I want to go back because it wasn't until 2008 that the Supreme Court ruled that the Second Amendment protects the gun rights of individuals That was the Heller case and it was a 5 to four decision In your opinion is that a true reading of the Second Amendment Yeah I should say in the interest of full disclosure here I was one of the attorneys who represented the District of Columbia In that case so I was on the loose side of that case You know my review on it now is that the question is much closer than the Supreme Court made it sound So the question for the court was whether the Second Amendment extends to private purposes like the individual use of banks or self defense against criminals or whether it is limited to the organized militia that is like state militias come into people and arms and activities having some connections to those militia I actually think that's a hard question I think that justice scalise majority opinion could have been much better reasoned if you were not so committed to relying on some of the historical sources that he did I think that justice Stevens in dissent had a plausibly the better of the historical argument But I think Heller is self is settled law and at least until now it has not been the problem The main obstacle to gun regulation is still political It's not the courts are striking down gun laws until recently anyway Of course haven't been striking down many gun laws It's more that the laws are just never being passed at the first place and justice Scalia's opinion is very explicit that the government retains regulatory authority over things like dangerous and unusual weapons and certain classes of persons and carrying certain places and for that matter can feel caring And so it's really kind of up to us What are we going to do in that space that Heller leaves open That space may be closed somewhat because we're waiting for this opinion from the court and most people who listen to those oral arguments are anticipating that the court is going to strike down New York's law imposing special requirements to get a handgun license Yeah I think the challenges in that case have reason to feel confident I think that the New York law at least in its current form is probably going to be struck down And what we're really waiting to hear is on what basis How broad is the Supreme Court's ruling going to be The challenge is to.
Rabbi Dovid Weiss Hates the Existence of Israel
"And this Michigan rally featured others controversial speakers Including rabbi David Weiss I told you This idea that all Jews think the same way He hates the existence of Israel He's attended Holocaust denial events With former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and former KKK leader David duke Rabbi Weiss Gave a gift to the head of Hezbollah an event in Beirut in 2018 Now this rally was held to commemorate what they called the nakba A Palestinian phrase for Israel's founding that loosely translates to the catastrophe It's affiliated with Talib and the other squad anti semites This resolution is just the latest in a long this is Lee zell and running for governor In New York of anti semitic and anti Israel statements and policies and actions by the most radical voices in the Democrat party And he's exactly right
Phelim McAleer's Daring N.Y. Play Offers the Truth About Abortion
"Welcome back. I'm talking to my friend, the journalist. And mcelhenney is not with us right now. But the two of you have done money very important projects as journalists and artists right now in New York, you have this play gazelle play dot com. Where you're telling the truth about abortion. I mean, more than telling the truth, you're revealing one of the most horrific episodes in modern American history. You're daring to do it in Manhattan. And this is one of the things I just wanted to say, how vital this is, that you're daring to do this in Manhattan. I live my life as well in Manhattan on May 31st. We're doing something. It's the antithesis of incendiary or provocative. We're hosting Apollo 16 astronaut Charlie duke at an event. Anyone who is in New York, I invite you to go to Socrates in the city dot com and come to that event. But if you're New York this weekend, you owe it to yourself to see this play and you said it's gazelle play dot com and you call it verbatim theater. Yes. Which is all you're doing. Every word in that play was taken from a courtroom testimony are from the grand jury report every word. I'm not so and it's a great way of telling a story because you've got all these eyewitnesses telling from all these different points of view, but the one incident about the one series of incidents. And of course, in the courtroom, there's no political slogans. There's everything you say has to be backed up by evidence. So therefore, the truth tends to come out. You know, it's really, well, it's an extraordinary thing.
Astronaut Charlie Duke Was the 10th Man to Walk on the Moon
"duke " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"As long as Jesus doesn't return. Do you ever get any pushback? I mean, you are a man of science to say the least who is a man of profound faith as you know, there's a false narrative out there in the culture that faith and science are somehow at odds. Obviously for you that's ridiculous. But do you ever get any pushback on that from people who don't can't imagine that you're a man of faith? Yeah, I've been to kelp of conferences where most of the scientists not all, but most of the scientists are skeptics, some outright atheists. And to me, the argument is not science versus religion, the arc argument that they present is creation versus evolution. So either, but those are terms that you can never prove scientifically. I believe in creation, but that's a bleed. They believe in creating an evolution, they can't prove it's not difficult. There's no way that you can design an experiment in a lab to prove that creation is true. Nor can I design an experiment in the lab that would say creation is true. So it's not a matter of science versus religion. It's a police system of creation versus evolution. And that's where they got the hang up, I think they just don't want to believe it. There's a God. It has an infinite knowledge that can just speak it all into existence. And but that's what the script you say, and I stand on the word of God. And well, I would prove it. I would say that science also points to a creator. We can talk about that another time. I'll send you a copy of my book on the subject because I think the evidence from science has become absolutely overwhelming. And the only thing you can do is not look at it because I just think the argument for a designer, you know. It's a great way for you. And my daughter at law Heidi duke is sent me a copy of your book Eric and so that's the purpose of this conversation. Not to purpose, but one of the reasons that we're talking together, Heidi is a good supporter of yours and a real strong believer and she's given me a copy of the book. I haven't started yet, but I'll look forward to it. Well, I'm so grateful to her and to your son for connecting us. I was so excited when we met at some event. I can't remember it's a couple of years ago, but I just thought I'd be so honored to talk to you. Little did I dream that I would talk to you on the 50th anniversary of the day that you walked on the moon. So I hope we can get you to New York or we can do a Socrates in the city, event in person, but we'll have to leave it here for now. I am just so grateful to you, Charles duke for your time for your service to this nation and walking on the moon 50 years ago today. Thank you, sir, and God bless you. And.
Astronaut Charlie Duke Is a Man of Faith
"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to general Charlie duke who 50 years ago today, walked on the surface of the moon. Before we go farther, Charlie, you're a man of faith. When did that happen in your life? It was not during the time that we're talking about 50 years ago was subsequent to that. Yes. It did. I get a question a lot. Said, going to the moon change your life. It did not. But I came back. I'd always believed in God. We were church doors, took our family every Sunday to our little Episcopal Church and report Texas anyway, but I was frustrated. I was 36 when I landed on the moon, and now climbed a ladder of success now what I had no peace, a marriage was falling apart. And fortunately, some people came to, in 1975, some people came to our little parish church, and they started talking about Jesus. Personal testimony. In an Episcopal Church, that's unheard of. Back then, it was okay. But not right now, it's hard. But. My wife listen intently. And she was on the verge of suicide. And this was in October 1975. And she heard these people and she realized I've tried everything in my life, but Jesus. And so after the weekend was over, she went in a bedroom prey. More Jesus, if you realize I gave you my life, if you're not, I want to die. Well, Jesus came into our life. He's alive in two months later, I watched a change from sadness to joy.
"duke " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Given a go. Now, what were the, what were the issues you were having, where they weather related? No, there was no weather on the moon. That's a joke. That was a joke. I got you, Charlie duke. Okay. No, so what happened that made you possibly not be able to land? Well, it wasn't anything in our spacecraft was in his spacecraft, the command module. And he had to change his orbit on the far side of the moon to get in a proper phase so that we aborted it. He would be out in front of us and we could join up from behind. And so, but he couldn't do the something wrong with the main engine, and he couldn't do that maneuver. So that meant no landing on the next hour. So we orbited the moon for two revolutions before mission control said we know what's wrong. We can't fix it, but here's a work around and they gave him a workaround and so they told us if his successful burn you'll go for the next landing. And by the way, that was the last opportunity we had. So that as a moon drifted out from under us, we could get back to our landing spot. Anyway, so he did to burn and we was successful. We came around and then we started our descent 6 hours by the schedule. It's a chilling thing for most of us civilians to think about the concept of crawling into the lunar module and detaching from the thing that brought you there from Planet Earth. And navigating that little thing down to the surface of the moon and then having to navigate it back up and couple again and go, it's really a staggering thing. I imagine that because this had been done a couple of times before it was maybe not as nerve wracking as it was when Neil and buzz did it. Nonetheless, you'd never done this before. What did that feel like that moment of being detached and suddenly drifting down in this spidery looking thing? It was a feeling of we're ready to go and thank goodness we got the opportunity and so we were proud for landing. And your focus was doing a checklist right and getting everything ready to go and as you started down to land and a proper place at the proper moment and the proper proper time. And so you focus was always looking forward to the landing and as you started your descent, then it turned to making sure you kept the spacecraft running correctly. And with great anticipation, we were on our way down. And what a feeling of release, especially after we delayed for 6 hours. So we were primed, we were ready to go and we were on high alert, if you will, to handle any emergency in the spacecraft. But we had none. We started down and little communication problem, but they fixed that. And.
Astronaut Charlie Duke Talks About His Lunar Experience
"Welcome back. Today is the 50th anniversary of my guest. Charles duke walking on the lunar surface. That's technical term for the moon. Charles duke, welcome. I want to, I want to take you to that day since today is exactly 50 years since you stepped onto the lunar surface. Take us to the moment of entering lunar orbit, landing. I mean, these are the kinds of things most of us will never get to experience. Luna entry into lunar orbit occurs several days before we attempted the landing on the moon. And it was very dramatic to enter lunar orbit in darkness. So you can't see the surface and but mission control knew you were on the right trajectory. So you entered lunar orbit, slowed down, got into orbit. And then the sun came up real rapidly and you begin to see this very rough surface on the backside. We came around so earth wise for the first time, which is very, very dramatic. And then we started preparing for the next day to get ready to land on the moon. So we had a rest period, we ate a couple of meals, one before we went to sleep, one when we woke up, and in John young and I put on a spacesuits and floated over into the lunar module, just start off preparation.
"duke " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Well. Just incredible. Did you did you have ambitions? Because we know a couple of years later, you got to walk on the moon. Did you have ambitions early on as an astronaut at what point in your career did you think this was something that might happen for you? Well, that was a young lieutenant in 1965 that just graduated from test pilot school. And I had met some astronauts when I was getting my master's degree at MIT a few years before. And they were enthusiastic, and I said, man, that'd be a great job. And so I was as well as group was really sort of really sort of the focus of getting to NASA. And so about a month later, in September of 19 60 5, our NASA have another group applied and was selected and became an astronaut in August of April of 1966. But we were the low ones on the protocol. We were the rookies. And opportunity to fly was swam, but we have a series of accidents. Back then, we had three astronauts killed in a spacecraft fire. We had four kilo auto I mean airplane accidents. One killing an automobile. I have a big memory of that. I was a kid, but when we come back folks, I'm going to continue my conversation with Charles duke, youngest man ever to have walked on the moon, did so. Today, 50 years ago, we'll be right back..
Charlie Duke Was and Is the Youngest Man to Ever Walk on the Moon
"Holy cow, folks, I'm so excited I'm about to burst, we've got a whole room of people about to turn blue over here. Because I've got a guest right now who claims we don't know. We have no proof to have walked on the moon 50 years ago today, general Charles duke. Welcome to this program. I thought you very much, there's a lot of proof that we really landed on the moon. I happen to believe that you did. I happen to believe that you did, and I am so excited and honored to be talking to you, not just to be talking to you, but to be talking to you on the 50th anniversary today of your having set foot on the lunar surface and not just that. But as the youngest man ever to walk on the moon, yes? Yes, that's correct. I was 30 36 when I stepped onto the moon. I'm 86, and I'm still the youngest man that walked on the moon. See, now that's the funniest thing of all. You are to this day, the youngest man who walked on the moon. Yes, sir. But the title retained the title, but hopefully before I die, I will relinquish that to someone from Artemis, but one of the younger astronauts can claim they're the youngest in the moon. Do you think someone I wasn't expecting to go there so quickly, but do you think that in your lifetime it's possible somebody I mean, I've really just lost hope that anybody wants to go to the moon. You happen to be on the inside. So you would know. Well, I'm not officially with NASA anymore, but I stay current with what's going on. And the Artemis program, which is scheduled to land somebody on the moon by the end of the decade, is proceeding very, very well.
"duke " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Anniversary of the day he walked on the moon. We'll be right back. Let's welcome back 50 years ago today. My guest walked on the moon. General Charlie duke, Charlie, we were talking about your faith. Let's go back just 50 years ago to this day. You land on the lunar surface. Who got out first? Was it you or your colleague John? The commander always gets out first. The reason is he's on the left side. The lunar module pilots on the right side and the hatches between us and the exits you to the lunar surface and so I opened the hatch, but the hatch weighing towards me. So that leads the commander a clear path to get out. And then once he's out, you wait ten minutes, shut the hatch, and then climb over, walk over to his side, and then open the hatch and then you have a clear clear path to get out. So the commander on the left side just due to the way the hatch opened, he gets out for it. So you were the tenth man to walk on the moon 12 men walked on the moon and you were number ten and the youngest. That's correct. By four months, one 80 big deal bit the youngest, but being the tense man was a big deal for me. I mean, I'm on the moon and I trained two years for this and I was so excited. So what is it like to walk down that ladder and to put your foot, which has never been any place, but on the earth, on the surface of the moon. Can you remember that moment? I remember you hop you go down the ladder face into lunar module. So you're basically hopping down in the moon's behind you and you just pop down, step by step, and then you drop down to the foot pad, and you hold on and turn around and you take that first step. And I'm out and it was so exciting. I'm on the moon. I'm on the moon. It was like a little kid at Christmas and holiday and birthday. And all these wonderful memories floating in and that enthusiasm and excitement, the wonder, the emotionally experience you're having was just almost overwhelming, but that excitement and adventure never let me, it was just amazing to me to every place we went. You saw something different, different shapes, different colors. Now, when you say every place we met, we have to get to the, what did they call the vehicle? What did you call the vehicle that you drove around in? Lunar rover. Okay, so how do you get the lunar rover? I mean, what is that? The glove compartment, you pull it out. I mean, how do you land this lunar module? Where is the lunar rover? I've never really asked this question before. So now I'm asking you. Okay, you're climbing down the ladder and there's a compartment on the right side on the outside of the spacecraft. And the rovers folded up like the front end folds over on the center and the rear wheels fold over on the center and it's just bolted to the outside of the spacecraft and then you have something mechanical advantage and so you start pulling these cables, John on one side and I don't know from the lunar surface and it just jacks it out and when it gets to be about 45° all the cables get taught it pulls the pans and it just unfolds like landing gear on an airplane. It sounds like some pretty good engineering whoever put that together. You're right. It was perfect. We had a 5 by 5 square and this rover was 5 feet, but I ten feet, so you had to get the ten foot down to 5 feet and that's why I folded over on one another and they just bolted it up there and it worked when it flopped open. It was assembled except you had to put up the seats and unplug it. We're going to go to another dreaded break, but we'll.
"duke " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Long as Jesus doesn't return. Do you ever get any pushback? I mean, you are a man of science to say the least who is a man of profound faith, as you know, there's a false narrative out there in the culture that faith and science are somehow at odds. Obviously for you that's ridiculous. But do you ever get any pushback on that from people who don't can't imagine that you're a man of faith? Yeah, I've been to a couple of conferences where most of the scientists not all, but most of the scientists are skeptics, some outright atheists. And to me, the argument is not science versus religion. The arc argument that they present is creation versus evolution. So either, but those are terms that you can never prove scientifically. I believe in creation. But that's a bleed. They believe in creating evolution. They can't prove it's scientifically. There's no way that you can design an experiment in a lab to prove that creation is true. Nor can I design an experiment in the lab that would say creation is true. So it's not a matter of science versus religion. It's a police system of creation versus evolution. And that's where they got the hang up, I think they just don't want to believe it. There's a God. It has an infinite knowledge that can just speak it all into existence. And but that's what the script you say and I stand on the word of God. And well, I would prove it. I would say that science also points to a creator. We can talk about that another time. I'll send you a copy of my book on the subject because I think the evidence from science has become absolutely overwhelming, and the only thing you can do is not look at it because I just think the argument for a designer, you know. I agree with you. And my daughter at low Heidi duke is sent me a copy of your book, Eric and so that's the purpose of this conversation. Not to purpose, but one of the reasons that we're talking together, Heidi is a good supporter of you all, and a real strong believer. And she's given me a copy of the book. I have a story yet, but I'll look forward to it. I'm so grateful to her and to your son for connecting us. I was so excited when we met at some event. I can't remember it's a couple of years ago, but I just thought I'd be so honored to talk to you. Little did I dream that I would talk to you on the 50th anniversary of the day that you walked on the moon. So I hope we can get you to New York or we can do a Socrates in the city, event in person, but we'll have to leave it here for now. I am just so grateful to you, Charles duke, for your time, for your service to this nation in walking on the moon 50 years ago today. Thank you, sir, and God bless you. And God bless you. Thank you very much. I've enjoyed it, and I look forward to come into.
Will Dan Bongino Make It to the 18th Hole at Masters Tournament?
"I buy experiences You know I just did the final four duke death core a lot in North Carolina game We're sitting there in a fourth row and I was just telling jib there were to break There was nothing like being there Well Paula like is this happening What the hell is this happening And Jim uses the same line What the hell's happening right now I was like I couldn't believe it Experiences matter So I said hey I really want to get to the masters And I need some advice on because I've never been to a golf you've got any golf adding at all before I said how do you get to the 18th hole now that Tiger is playing Man did I get a ton of advice You all are great And one guy said though nah you're a celebrity Use your connections folks I am the least celebrity ish Is that a word I think I just made up celebrity gyms like no it's not It's okay I don't know where you get what definition of the word you're using I may have some degree of notoriety only because I'm on Fox and I said but I believe me I am the farthest thing from a celebrity I do not leave my office studio or house ever I come into contact outside of the local gym I go to would probably less than ten people a week and I have zero and I mean zero connections Zero none When I went to Daytona for Fox Fox had to get me in there And when I went in there I couldn't believe how many people knew who I was Be Apollo we're like wow you spin Paul is like wow this is pretty cool Like people know you I'm not kidding I was like shocked by the whole thing It's not a joke it's not fake humble guy but I'm not kidding I was like stung by it I am not I have no connections I know no one People call me all the time Friends of mine They go hey looking for a job do you know anyone Nope Nope Don't know anyway I haven't even told you It doesn't matter I don't know anyone It doesn't matter what job you want I haven't even said anything yet I don't care I don't know anyone
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP AP AP sports sports sports sports Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Morton Morton South South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina is is is is the the the the NC NC NC NC double double double double a a a a women's women's women's women's basketball basketball basketball basketball champ champ champ champ after after after after topping topping topping topping UConn UConn UConn UConn sixty sixty sixty sixty four four four four forty forty forty forty nine nine nine nine winning winning winning winning it it it it all all all all in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen this this this this is is is is the the the the game game game game **** **** **** **** second second second second title title title title as as as as for for for for the the the the Huskies Huskies Huskies Huskies the the the the record record record record in in in in the the the the final final final final drops drops drops drops to to to to eleven eleven eleven eleven and and and and one one one one meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile on on on on Monday Monday Monday Monday night night night night North North North North Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina squares squares squares squares off off off off with with with with Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas in in in in the the the the men's men's men's men's title title title title game game game game good good good good news news news news for for for for the the the the tar tar tar tar heels heels heels heels front front front front liner liner liner liner are are are are mondo mondo mondo mondo bay bay bay bay kat kat kat kat says says says says his his his his right right right right ankle ankle ankle ankle injury injury injury injury won't won't won't won't stop stop stop stop him him him him from from from from playing playing playing playing hard hard hard hard against against against against the the the the Jayhawks Jayhawks Jayhawks Jayhawks he he he he twisted twisted twisted twisted the the the the ankle ankle ankle ankle in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half of of of of Saturday's Saturday's Saturday's Saturday's semifinal semifinal semifinal semifinal win win win win over over over over arch arch arch arch rival rival rival rival Duke Duke Duke Duke golf golf golf golf Tiger Tiger Tiger Tiger Woods Woods Woods Woods has has has has arrived arrived arrived arrived at at at at Augusta Augusta Augusta Augusta national national national national but but but but says says says says it'll it'll it'll it'll be be be be a a a a quote quote quote quote game game game game time time time time decision decision decision decision as as as as to to to to whether whether whether whether he he he he participates participates participates participates he's he's he's he's still still still still recovering recovering recovering recovering from from from from a a a a car car car car crash crash crash crash thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen months months months months ago ago ago ago NASCAR NASCAR NASCAR NASCAR Denny Denny Denny Denny Hamlin Hamlin Hamlin Hamlin passed passed passed passed William William William William Byron Byron Byron Byron with with with with five five five five laps laps laps laps to to to to go go go go and and and and went went went went on on on on to to to to win win win win the the the the Toyota Toyota Toyota Toyota owners owners owners owners four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred at at at at Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Raceway Raceway Raceway Raceway baseball baseball baseball baseball the the the the ETS ETS ETS ETS continued continued continued continued their their their their fire fire fire fire sale sale sale sale dealing dealing dealing dealing starter starter starter starter Sean Sean Sean Sean Manaea Manaea Manaea Manaea to to to to the the the the Padres Padres Padres Padres Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Morton Morton AP AP AP AP sports sports sports sports
Krzyzewski K-O'd: North Carolina takes down Duke 81-77
"Caleb Caleb scored scored all all but but six six of of his his twenty twenty eight eight points points after after halftime halftime to to send send North North Carolina Carolina to to the the title title game game with with an an eighty eighty one one seventy seventy seven seven win win over over Duke Duke in in the the first first ever ever NC NC double double a a tournament tournament meeting meeting between between the the tobacco tobacco road road rivals rivals loves loves long long three three pointer pointer provided provided the the winning winning margin margin to to make make it it a a four four point point game game with with just just under under twenty twenty five five seconds seconds to to play play Alabang Alabang Carroll Carroll scored scored twenty twenty points points to to lead lead Duke Duke the the loss loss brought brought the the career career of of retiring retiring legendary legendary Duke Duke coach coach Mike Mike Krzyzewski Krzyzewski to to a a close close U. U. N. N. C. C. will will face face Kansas Kansas in in Monday's Monday's national national championship championship after after the the J. J. hawks hawks eighty eighty one one sixty sixty five five win win over over Villanova Villanova I'm I'm guessing guessing Coolbaugh Coolbaugh
Carolina crushes Saint Peter's, will meet Duke in Final Four
"North Carolina stormed out of the gates in the first half way to the NCAA men's east regional championship with easy sixty nine forty nine win over St Peter's the tile scored the first nine points of the half then blew the game wide open with a twenty two six run capped by a basketball or a model but caught that give them a thirty four thirteen lead with three forty one to play in the first half but caught a game high twenty points behind the push North Carolina to decide in San how we were done and I'll listen to and I'm just so glad to make it to the final four violent kind of submit myself Brady Manek added nineteen for North Carolina will face a lot of close conference instate rival Duke in the final four on Saturday Michael Luongo Philadelphia
Coach K makes 13th Final Four, Duke beats Arkansas 78-69
"Second seeded Duke advanced to its seventeenth final four after convincing seventy eight sixty nine win over number four seed Arkansas in his final season Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski has the most final four appearances with thirteen surpassing the legendary John wooden the regional championship game at it really is the biggest game a college coach has to coach because it gets you into the promised land AJ Griffin with a team high eighteen points Powell bank kero added sixteen Arkansas got within five points early in the second half but Duke used at ten run to put the game out of reach in the lost Jaylen Williams with a game high nineteen points Riley arm San Francisco
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm John another break for teams are through to the elite eight in March but dissection Arkansas upset number one Gonzaga seventy four sixty six while second seed Villanova beat Michigan sixty three fifty five in San Antonio top seed Arizona saw their season come to an end after they fill the number five Houston seventy two sixty Duke came from behind in San Francisco to edge Texas tech seventy eight seventy three it'll be used in taking on Villanova well the Razorbacks paced the blue devils a second jury in Texas has declined to indict new Browns quarterback deshaun Watson who's been accused of sexual misconduct only hours before the decision was announced once it arrived to Cleveland's headquarters wearing an orange throwback brown's jacket New York City mayor Eric Adams has exempted athletes and performers from the city's vaccine mandate following weeks of pressure from the sports world that's going to allow Kyra Irving to play at home for Brooklyn nets games again and allow one thanks to the members of the Yankees Mets to play baseball in their home ballparks I'm John literate AP sports
Duke beats Texas Tech 78-73 to send Coach K to Elite 8
"Arkansas beat a number one seed in the tournament for the first time knocking out Gonzaga seventy four sixty six JD notate had twenty three points seven rebounds and six assists for the Razorbacks diesel we came here to do co said before we left Fayetteville if we want to win and then don't get on the plane so I feel like week brought it the whole time we hear Jaylen Williams chipped in seventeen points and grabbed thirteen rebounds as Arkansas reached the regional final for the second straight year you could dance to the elite eight in its final season under coach Mike she chef ski Jeremy Roach had a pair of buckets while the blue devils put together a late seven O. run in a seventy eight seventy three victory over Texas tech Polemon Carroll led Duke with twenty two points Mark Williams scored sixteen Roach added fifteen I'm Dave very
Mathurin, top-seeded Arizona survive TCU upset bid in OT
"Two more teens poster tickets to the Sweet Sixteen after being challenged as top seeded Arizona survived a tenacious TCU within eighty five eighty overtime win behind a season high thirty points from pac twelve player of the year Benedict Matheran and twenty eight points from Christian kalo ko in the west region Texas tech outscored Notre Dame fifty nine fifty three as Kevin banner scored fifteen points and grabbed fifteen rebounds to lead the red raiders to a Sweet Sixteen matchup against Duke on Thursday Philip gone San Diego
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton the beauty of March madness is the emergence of the underdog we saw that in the Midwest region were number eleven Iowa state made it to the Sweet Sixteen by outlasting Wisconsin fifty four forty nine the cyclones won just two games last season I S. you will face tenth seeded Miami as the hurricanes eliminated number two Auburn seventy nine sixty one elsewhere south top seed Arizona needed overtime to defeat TCU eighty five eighty the other Sunday winners making it to the Sweet Sixteen for Texas tech Duke Villanova Houston and Purdue baseball the red Sox have reportedly come to terms with Rockies all star shortstop Trevor story it's a six year deal worth one hundred forty million dollars meanwhile the Phillies and slugger Kyle Schwarber have finalized a four year seventy nine million dollar contract pro football running back Rashard penny has agreed to return to the Seahawks after the two sides came to terms on a one year six point five million dollar deal first Morton AP sports
Miami dominates No. 2 seed Auburn 79-61 to reach Sweet 16.
"The Duke blue devils in Miami hurricanes advance out of Greenville South Carolina in the west region number to see Duke wins against Michigan state eighty five seventy six at number ten seed Miami advances in the Midwest with a seventy nine sixty one win over Auburn you could overcome a seventy to sixty five deficit with Bible one to play getting nineteen points from Paulo bank Carol the wind is number twelve hundred in the coaching career of Mike Schur says ski it's a lot of wins against quality competition and that's what I'm most proud of it's not just the number of for instance the the amount that the competition that we've had in order to to win Miami gets twenty one points from Isaiah Wong in their upset win over number two seed Auburn I'm Mike Reeves
45M Americans to bet on March Madness hoops, group estimates
"March madness brings exciting finishes along with plenty of bets on those games about forty five million Americans say they plan to bet on this year's March madness college basketball championship tournament that's according to the gambling industry's national trade group the American gaming association predicts three point one billion dollars will be wagered on this year's event with seventy percent of American adults placing at least one bets the gamblers top pick to win it all Zacha followed by Duke and Kentucky I'm Shelley Adler
7th-seed Virginia Tech upsets Duke, Coach K for ACC title
"Virginia Tech spoiled matches have skis last ACC tournament by upsetting Duke eighty two sixty seven in the final tournament MVP hunter could Torah scored thirty one points hitting seven of nine three point attempts to lead the Hokies their fourth win four nights in their first ever ACC title have a limited nineteen points and ten rebounds for Virginia Tech which went on a run with six minutes to go in the first half to take a lead it never relinquished and guarantee a spot in the NC double a tournament follow Ben Carroll led Duke with twenty points Tom Marion New York
"duke " Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"On the location for the drifting scene where the generally makes several laps around the generally monument is actually Least circle in new orleans. Sean william scott openly regretted making this film. Critic say was too crude. Compared to the original he actually felt that if they had given them an r rating it would have allowed me. Johnny j to make them more enjoyable film Not sure he's right. I'm not sure i mean. He's right about regretting this film. Yes so after the success of starsky and hutch. Ben stiller and owen wilson were offered. Play the roles of luke. Duke accepted the offer as they did not feel it paid. Tribute to the original series as starsky and hutch. Did we still haven't done the starts now. We did discuss constantly now. We absolutely did that movie that show. I did ninety percent. Sure yes we did we did. Yeah 'cause i remember watching the movie. And i thought it was for the show. Okay i'm gonna take three in woman get minute. Maybe we didn't know i'm thinking about it. I don't know. I don't remember watching this series because i don't remember watching the series. I said exactly. What made me things that. I don't think i don't think we did. Because i don't remember making nope starsky and hutch graphic starsky and hutch. Really's holding positive. We'd done that i would. I was until i started thinking about it and added to the list. I guess anyway. Thank all right. So ben jones khuda from the tv series hated this movie primarily because a series was a family show and this movie was borderline are rated for sexual content language. It wasn't really like like the first one was a family show. Let's not be. let's not be stupid. i mean it. There was a lot of implication. But it wasn't a lot of implication strata. Basically what they did in this movie is they did what they implied in the in the show they they showed you what they implied in the show. Like the duke brothers. Were not like these innocent guys that were like the only person in that whole show. That was the guy that was like uncle. Jesse who was a moon steiner and it gave it up they talked about. He lived the whole ten commandments. And everything yeah he. He you know he was made for family. Catherine bach daisy duke and duke brothers. Come on that's it. They're not like family friendly. You know they're not angels but they're not really stupid and unlikable which was. My biggest problem was was not a single likable character. And i'm not saying that Here we go again turn it up. Bring no go ahead. Sorry didn't mean. And i'm not gonna say i didn't like anybody but it's willie nelson was being himself and he's likable and jessica. Simpson was being hot. But she wasn't exactly playing a character and everybody else was aggressively unpleasant and stupid even actors who i like other stuff like this movie was aggressively stupid and i..
"duke " Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"A matchbox car. You know it's like you can definitely tell. And apparently both bo and luke were like this is ridiculous you know they thought it really hurt the show. I guess which. I suppose it did. If you want to see a car jump off a cliff you want to see a car jumping off a cliff not so yeah anyway. Sorry about that dump. This is the first union for us. No no no not at all. Yeah i think. I had a generally Matchbox car when. I was a kid and i remember watching the show not as much as susie apparently but apparently not i remember watching. You know pretty pretty regularly. I'd say that's that's fair. yeah it was. It was a stupid fun. Yeah i wouldn't definitely like when i was a kid. I was into the show. Not as much as like the a team or even nightrider like years later i went back and watched it. I don't know as early teenager and didn't think too much of it. So i was curious how my perception would have changed again going back to it after not having seen it in probably twenty five years. So what did you think was shocked at. Actually how well it held up. I mean yeah rosco. p coltrane's laugh was annoying shit but like aside from that like the actor was better than i expected. You're only going to pick. His whole character was annoying. Character was annoying. But it's the laugh in particular laughs. The worst part of an awful character correct. Yeah but like the acting and the scripts were better than i thought. It wasn't quite as much catherine bach bacteria as i expected like. There was a lot of that but there was just as many excuses to show. The luke boy is shirtless shirtless or ask shots them in jeans which i thought was strangely progressive for the time. Well i mean they had to get as much as they you know attract much of the audience as they could at the time also if you watch the first five to everything else there is a change in tone if you if you watch the pilot episode. There's there a one scene where they walk into the bar and go looks at daisy and goes viewer. My cousin. i'd marry you and she's like. When does that stopped anybody in our family the They cut those jokes and that sort of stuff out after the fifth episode now why timid i went down from rabbit hole on this one. They changed the time slot. They the first five episodes were on at the nine o'clock hour after that they moved into eight o'clock which is considered the family hour so they had to turn down all the jokes at the turn down. Yeah the incense jokes and that sort of thing so outside of those five you know the rest of them were a lot more family friendly than you'd expect from view the first couple ones i. I'm telling you..
"duke " Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"So this stars. In order of episodes kevin bach is daisy duke jennifer bio pile. Wow jennifer pile jennifer piles. I had jennifer piles once. Doctor gave me shot went away. Denver piles uncle. Jesse sorrel book as boss hogg waylon jennings as the bala. Dear cooder is ben jones. James best is sheriff. Rosco coltrane kicking. kiki tom o. Pat as luke duke and john schneider as beaudu Going from like daisy dukes. One hundred and forty six episode. There's a chunk missing because they for that amount of time also sunny shorter as ns rehearses cletus and byron cherry as koidu in christopher maher as vance duke for nineteen episodes pace of fake champs. So so what that means is. There's an episode. Where all four. The duke boys were in the episode together. I don't know if i don't know if i put there's a lot of wackadoo trivia on this one but if it's if they they were in the same show but the koi advanced duke were gone before the first commercial break. Coy and vance went back to their home planet. Yeah pretty much home. Planet needs me. Yeah they were before the first the first commercial break on that show and then do vote to call took over after that and they had to go. Assist secretive is what with my. Name's vance duke in iraq. The chilly so here we go a lot of cars. Believe it or not. We're crash during production. Replacing the police cars was easy. But the general lee was much harder because dodge stopped making the charger got to the point. That if producers saw charger on the street they would approach the owner and offer to buy it on the spot. all right. yeah because you could see in a couple of episodes that they totalled that thing on jumps like when they land. You're gonna see the front crumple. Well sure the production of the show made that car more rare just in general by reducing the supply. Oh and here's some more weirdness. On this one. I watched in going down this rabbit hole. I watched a video of the top. Ten questions asked to john schneider about the dukes of hazzard rabbit hole. I demanded i go down a rabbit hole. They asked him about jumping the general lee and his estimate. The thing is he's all outside of two times. There's only twice that they remember..
"duke " Discussed on Pantheon
"Okay so that's one thing that i think was very drive of them too difficult for a band like that and probably a lot of commercial bands at a time. Where you had to get the listener's attention straightaway. There's no and this is a seven minute. Cut in the first two and a half minutes is just this slow. Meditation piece is basically saying. I've got no way to go. That's okay. I'm just gonna make a drone and i don't mean that in a bad way i mean that in a very positive live just let you saw be drift along two and a half minutes before the melody actually kicks in and i respect that a hole and it works completely. It's beautifully done. And then they rip your face off with those drums going into dutch. I can so brilliant mentioned when we took a little break earlier. My buddy alan friedman great engineer local gilbert fan. And i don't remember we'd record this already. But so he pointed out that there was this record label called duke when he'd seen the logo and we were watching when in rome and he saw the duke caricature said. I saw that on the record label call. Duke is that related to this. it's the same icon. All of us were scratching our that. We hadn't heard of it and he got home and he sent me some links to so. Apparently there was duke records which was a division of atlantic that was the members of genesis producing bands and they had a few bands none of which became any kind of hits. But they did this duke records thing interesting. I'd never heard of it alone from apple records. Have right. But then i also hadn't me but then who new apple records return to a computer company and do so well and that's just save stay no had to pivot but just like you hit me to the duke. Sweet thing there the story of albert. Like i had no idea. And i've.
"duke " Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Now. I'm going to play some of your answers to last week's question. I really didn't know what to expect from this. And after listening to all of your messages I was kind of overwhelmed by your honesty vulnerability and courage. You reminded me why I started this podcast. So thank you. It's on ink. You so much for calling. So my first question is to whom would you most like to apologize? And why I just want to start up and say Alger shows since the very beginning on actually a mail carrier so you keep me laughing. Move during this creepy time. The person I think I most like apologize. Mostly my dad. When I was a teenager I was so hard on him. And if I could go back I would change all that. 'cause my parents are my favorite people in the whole world? I would most like to apologized by son because hey super through and for much of his adolescent and Teen Years. I wasn't there for him and that wasn't figure he tells me. It's okay it's up to you by and painful so that's most like to apologize to. I would most love to be able to apologize to my ex husband to. I had an affair on eight years ago and I wish there were a way that I could apologize to him and to my children in a way that they would understand may better. I just felt forgiveness is the best thing and I don't want him to forgive me for what I've done. I would just like to see him forgives to the he could move forward and his on his journey. I most I apologize to felt for all the years of self hate and negative self talk and everything like that all the time. I spent of meal plotted tears. That have been shed and all the relationships. I run and just all the wonderful moments I missed out on because I was just too busy. Focus on what I can look like I would choose both of my grandfathers who passed away one when I was eighteen and one two years ago. I never got to say goodbye to them. Even though I had the feeling in the back of my head that I should have said goodbye and I am sorry to them which I never got that chance. I would most like to apologize. Might Son launched him in July of two thousand seventeen He's lost his battle with depression and bipolar disorder and took his own life. And I wish that I would have done more to get more help to get him. Someone more to talk to and I feel like I didn't do enough to help him and I would like to apologize to him for that. I would like to power guy the moment to my parents and my sister the band trying to mazing support for me for my whole life and about a year and a half ago. I got divorced and started seeing somebody who was very bad for me. gone into drugs partying and things. I never was a part of before. I've always been very responsible anyway. I lied to my parents consistently about my youth and pretty much. Avoid them for a long time and my family never turn their backs on me. The held me out many times not from jail thankfully but financially and Just were there for me. When I finally ended their relationship I could never apologized to them and they know that they saying I don't mean to say I'm sorry but I could never deal with the fact if anything happened to them naked. Know How sorry I was how much I am so sorry for I. I would bikes. I apologize to myself which might sound selfish or Corny but I think a lot of times people forget to give themselves the grace that they give others and so I'm apologizing to myself for slots of negative self talk and negative thoughts. Thank you so much for being a light in my world and I hope you have a great day.
"duke " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"At Duke she described to me a daily check in process for all employees at the Duke health system and anyone entering their hospitals healthcare facilities it includes a temperature check with an infrared thermometer as someone approaches the central door someone holds a mass towards you and you put it online and then the individual employee walks to a station for a temperature check and it's a very quick procedure where that screener is able to suggest aimed the thermometer around the temple of the person's head she says the super cleaning process takes a minute or two okay that's a that's a good one but we hear so much about people who don't have symptoms carrying the virus anyway so are temperature checks enough the well as aptly described it it's just one part of their process as the screeners take a person's temperature they also have a checklist of covert related symptoms that they ask about and they ask about any potential exposure to a affected percent now if the screener flags any concern the person is evaluate it further so that this is a very robust system it may be hard to detect a symptomatic cases but it's estimated that about seventy five percent of people with covered will at some point develop some symptoms even if they're mild now I should point out that Duke is of course an institution with a lot of resources health care experts so can all schools and businesses have this kind of system no.
"duke " Discussed on KQED Radio
"At Duke she described to me a daily check in process for all employees at the Duke health system and anyone entering their hospitals healthcare facilities it includes a temperature check with an infrared thermometer as someone approaches the central door someone holds a mass towards you and you put it online and then the individual employee walks to the station for a temperature check and it's a very quick procedure where that screener is able to suggest aimed the thermometer around the temple of the person's hat she says this is a greening process takes a minute or two okay that's a that's a good one but we hear so much about people who don't have symptoms carrying the virus anyway so are temperature checks enough the well as Appling described it it's just one part of their process as the screeners take a person's temperature they also have a checklist of code related symptoms that they ask about and they ask about any potential exposure to an affected percent now if the screener flags any concern the person is evaluated further so that this is a very robust system it may be hard to detect a symptomatic cases but it's estimated that about seventy five percent of people with covered will at some point develop some symptoms even if they're mild now I should point out that Duke is of course an institution with a lot of resources healthcare experts so can all schools and businesses have this kind of system nope.
"duke " Discussed on KQED Radio
"At Duke she described to me a daily check in process for all employees at the Duke health system and anyone entering their hospitals healthcare facilities it includes a temperature check with an infrared thermometer as someone approaches the central door someone holds a mass towards you and you put it online and then the individual employee walks to a station for a temperature check and it's a very quick procedure where that screener is able to suggest aimed the thermometer around the temple of the person's hat she says the super cleaning process takes a minute or two okay that's a that's a good one but we hear so much about people who don't have symptoms carrying the virus anyway so are temperature checks enough well as aptly described it it's just one part of their process as the screeners take a person's temperature they also have a checklist of covert related symptoms that they ask about and they ask about any potential exposure to an infected person now if the screener flags any concern the person is evaluate it further so this is a very robust system it may be hard to detect a symptomatic cases but it's estimated that about seventy five percent of people with curve it will at some point develop some symptoms even if they're mild now I should point out that Duke is of course an institution with a lot of resources health care experts so can all schools and businesses have this kind of system no.
"duke " Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"To get them by. I mean, you could be six eight I've seen guys an MBA s you know, like Ben Wallace. He really six six nine as they say find a guy like Charles Barkley, six six and it was. Damned rebound. Yeah. Absolutely. We'll Lucy's getting up one is not walking. But support of his teammates to get them off the court. Yeah. Because when he first went down, I thought this might be one of those situations where a stretcher comes out the way he seemed really hurt. So the fact that he is putting even a little weight on that is a good sign. Kenny Williams, the senior guard for North Carolina comes over and wishes the best Marquis bolted to blow on when you play on your rival. In fact, this is your rival. And then you get another guy hurt. Wow. Must be the luck of the drawer from black cat is walking around. Right. So Javan delory will come in the backup pivot for the Duke blue devils in Mike shefty six thousand two hundred and thirty four pound junior from Virginia. Speaking of Virginia looks like they closed out Louisville. So they claim at least a share of the crown North Carolina could time with the victory tonight. Duke at best to gain back even with a victory tonight. Garrison Brooks missed the front end of the one or the two shot foul. Second one on the way that one is good. So North Carolina leads at sixty two. Let's see how do candles this suffering. Another injury early in their matchup against the rival tar heels Jones. The baskets were right to Cam reddish. Reddish going to rise up for a jumper from sixty. And he's going to be fouled by Cameron Johnson. That is. Defensive sin fouling jump shooter that far out that far out. But you know, you can you gotta stay in his back pocket. The way that defenses than plan red is. I mean, you have to make sure you get in his pocket. Damn reddish at the stripe. Seventy six percent shooter. From the free throw line gets the first one to fall. He's had a up and down seasons. Shoots. Ten percent better on the road than he does at home, including eight percent better from the three point line at twenty seven against North Carolina in the loss. He got them. Both six to four North Carolina with the lead overdue. Seventeen eight on the curl. It's made with a good skip in the corner to Kenny Williams, resets to the point of Gobi white white gonna rise player. He got the switch against the Senator delory garrison Brooks whiting in a crowd with the rebound. Go out of bounce off Brooks scrabble by a couple of smaller Duke players to free it from the two handed graph by Brooks and the blue devils. Get the basketball I've seen games where you start the game off shooting threes, but you're one for five if you're North Carolina gotta worry about that. Even though you sat one for twenty still can't rely on that it's not a if it's not your weapon while Duke as an field goal and close to three minutes RJ Barrett. Jab step and then step back. Three rebounded by Luke. Maye ahead to Kenny Williams. Quick exchange from defense. Offense puts North Carolina up eight to four back defensively. You gotta make sure did you get back there and desperation ham reddish to Alex O'Connell O'Connell. Couple dribbles. Now moves it around on the left side driving to the basket gets into the baby. Blue of the tar heel pain, and lays it in off the window quickly back the other way Koby white knocked away by Jones. Back at the point. It goes to Luke made your the tar heel logo may couple of dribbles hands. It off the garrison Brooks at seventeen back to Kenny Williams cameras Johnson, the deep three no good. The rebound came into the hands of Luke. Maye bought gore. Dukes gonna come up with it on the floor as there's three or four players down ahead to RJ BARRET. Barrett on Cameron Johnson driving left-hand leads it off the window and a game is tied at eight with under sixteen to play back your lake garrison. Brooks goes blocked, by r j Barrett. Rebound taken away by roofs. Had a to jail. Here's O'Connell driving on may stops drags the pivot foot. Nearly a nice move. But the turnover. We'll give it back to North Carolina. Deadlocked after four minutes and twenty five seconds of basketball do gate North Carolina eight there's a break in the action in Chapel Hill..
"duke " Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The head coach of the Virginia Tech keys, again, they're now fourth place in the ACC in the top four teams in the conference received the double by in the upcoming ACC tournament, which will take place two weeks. From now Virginia Tech wins it they pull the upset seventy seven seventy two first road loss of the season for the Duke blue devils with the post game show on the hokies knocking off Duke send you back to Cassell Coliseum. Bob valvano. Here's Bill rosinsky. Thank you very much Kevin laws. This game got underway. A lot was on the line for both teams Duke trying to clinch the championship of the ACC regular season. They came into Cassell Coliseum twelve and to Virginia Tech, they'd like to clinch at least a four seat to get that double by in the ACC tournament and Bob tonight Virginia Tech what a great team game blacks, you're leading with twenty three points. They lead throughout most of this basketball game buzz Williams with some great coach. Decisions to call some timeouts especially in the second half. Little looked like Duke was getting some momentum and the hokies pull off a huge wed seventy seven seventy two very gritty win very very gritty win. You know, they were not great in very many things. But they were very good in things that are so particularly important against Duke. For example, in in points off turnovers were Duke is so good. I'll fly ball turnovers. Virginia Tech thirteen six advantage there. They only allowed Duke to steal the ball wants to sit team that leads the nation or is among the leaders in the nation in steals. It over ten a game. They only gave up one steal the whole game. You're not going to give up a lot of live ball turnover points. If you're not alone the opponents to steal the ball. They got to the wind. You know? So many people sell Duke. It's every whistle gets. Every whistle. Virginia Tech got twenty nine free throws Duke only got nineteen Dan at eight point advantage at the free throw line. They had that advantage. I told you in points off turnovers. And then the biggest thing is they didn't get hurt in the other areas. Second chance points were even at nine nine and they held their own. So they battled in the areas where they needed to they made eight threes Duke made seven threes they traded punches there and they got their advantages in gritty ways free throw line points off turnovers. And as you already mentioned a couple of terrific set plays coming out of timeouts that got bugs six points in the second half and keep him once again, those decided by five so you can't overstate the importance of those two plays and carry blacks. Your who came off a double double is sixth year against Notre Dame will add one more twenty three points and ten rebounds. Once again, big win for Virginia Tech as they knock off Duke here in Blacksburg, seventy seven to seventy two for Bob Valvano Brzezinski, right here on your home court for college basketball, ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Let's go back to Kevin winter in the studio guys. Thank you very much. So what an. Wise, and by the way, you don't play Duke or you don't play Virginia Tech if you are Duke on February twenty six buzz Williams, kind of mentioned it Brooke Weisbrod up to twenty six two thousand eleven Virginia. Tech beats number one February twenty six two thousand eighteen Virginia Tech beats number five. Herbert twenty six twenty nineteen and Virginia Tech beats number three joke. So the blue devils. They take the loss. Virginia has the night off in North Carolina right now as trailing at home to Syracuse twenty one twenty those were the three teams that started the night tied atop the standings in the ACC. Couple of quick updates number twenty one buffalo rallied from behind to beat Akron. They were nip and tuck for most of the game. But the bulls picked up their twenty fifth win of the season seventy seven sixty four Ohio State dump truck number twenty two I o ninety two seventy that your five of the buckeyes blow out the Hawkeyes in Iowa suffers. Seventh loss of the season on the network Arkansas leading four Kentucky thirteen eleven in the opening going LSU in Texas singing them twelve timeout. And the Tigers have four point advantage. Number nineteen Wisconsin right now taking on Indian. It's the back half is super Tuesday's double header on ESPN Wisconsin leading by five right now on ESPN, Alabama, which was a last four buys according to Joey brackets, they beat South Carolina, which was on the next four outline. According to Joe and already Alabama beats the Gamecocks sixty eight sixty two right now in overtime providence leading at Butler, sixty eight sixty six with one minute to go Butler right now is among those listed as I four out. Once again, our final score tonight. Virginia Tech knocks off Duke seventy seventy two seventy two for producer Bill anniversary tech director Kamilo Ortiz at our associate producer trash rock called. I'm kevin. The winter. We'll talk to you this coming Saturday from Knoxville for Kentucky in Tennessee tonight. Virginia Tech beats Duke, seventy seventy seventy two we thank you for listening to.
"duke " Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"For a limited time on the first half. You thought Duke was lighten it up from outside the arc. How about seventy two percents in the second half. It's even better. They're hitting eighty percents does four five but still making those shots. A big reason they're up by eight point you ain't seen nothing yet. They said based on that first half. They cannot read it up. Again, it is. I think it's a legitimate observation when you see them shoot like this. There's a part of us how in God's greener they shooting twenty nine percent. I mean, it just doesn't look like Lucas they've had one fluky three British thanked into three other that they've been good. Looks theory in rhythm. They will confident very hard to understand that. But if they shoot like this to say, there's probably nobody in the country. Trey Jones at the line shooting to the first one is up, and it is good Ducas ten of twelve this game on Kim tested three pointers first time, they played they were of twelve back on January nineteenth. Good. Tell you this. I know Mike you shefty was not happy with their practice yesterday at all through them out. Twice. And sometimes you know, what that fires team up. We've see that happen in the ACC cars this year. All Jack hop lost the ball Jones came from behind. Had the ball tipped lose. But then he lost it out of bounds. So great defense by trade Jones turnover by Virginia while he does unbelievable. Tony Bennett himself when he watched relief. So do Paul Newman. Right. The triple-teaming Williamson trying to get inside kicks it outside the reticent bow on the travel travel, excuse me turnover. Tony Bennett is. Right. One feels an element of makeup caller. I never liked to imply that. But. They got the ball back. Bark far left side of the floors. We call it right in front of his coach Tony Bennett chewing on teddy Valentine's here right now. Rome prize the drive bys reddish couldn't do it kicks it outside. The hop up. Top of the arc ten on the shot clock. Withdrawal takes the basketball from drives left on Radisson the left corner to one hundred hundred puts up a three off the rim. No, good, rebound control. Here comes reddish a defensive possession for reddish. My goodness. Perfect physician. Walk out on the rebound. Was defense is among the best. I've seen Mike's team. Have in recent years by ten. Down to the halfway point of the second half. John Paul Jones arena. Jones at the foul line kicks outside the Barrett for three. That's a rare miss rebound tipped out of bounds. No say Williamson with a hand in on the rebound. The controlled by Virginia hunter at the foul line in the right corner. Once and almost broke that play up. Here's a jumper from the right side around the rip. And has got the role around the bucket three pointer. He's got ten to fleet at seven. Digital task of stringing together a couple of stops here. Duke shooting at that is not going to be easy with two little spindles. Tried to get bought Braxton to lost the ball. But gets it back now to trade Jones guarded by Clark. Off comes up on him the double team picks Jones up again, those two of them puts up a running, right? Are you kidding me? With that move. That's nice. And half points for him. And that was a dandy. They tried to trap him lately shock box. He said, I believe I'll leave the two you fellas here. He said he's got nine in the second half the last seven do points. Here's a three quarter Watson airball by quark. And dukes got the basketball their leaders nine sixty one fifty two coming out of the nine minute. Mark to go here in the second half. Duke has led the entire way in this game. By as many as fourteen that was in the first half Jones allowed to Williamson Winston and the lane had taken away by Braxton. Good defense by the alert to get in front of the big guys five turnovers. Fully man is the one knock people wonder about the next level where the athleticism Zubin veteran better. He does get a little loose with the ball. Clark outside the hawks now hands it off to Rome to Rome at the foul line. Tries to go up the glass with the right hand and stores. How points were tied. You're all seven point lead sixty one fifty four just hanging around. But they gotta get stops. Barrett up comes out to help with the dealer side. This is bold and bold and puts it on the ground. We've got a whistle and a foul going to be up. He was loading up for the dunk. But huff saw the wives foul. Make them earn. It up a line. He's not a great free. Throw shooter is just sixty seven percent. But no teams use the term kill drive. They keep track of kill that's three consecutive possessions. Where you get a stop by. That is not an easy to do against anybody. Try and see how many of those who could string together in a forty minute game. But when you're playing like this. I'll bet you union has never killed the whole day. Probably Bolden makes the first of two free throws. The foul was on his second third. Team foul Duke has fourteen fouls here in the second half. Not only is to. Great from outside the arc, but they have not missed the free throw tonight. Eight eight they're really sharp very very sharp at in every way. Keyboard trauman. I fixed just knock it down for good. The ball after the rebound tipped out of bounds. So it'll be Jeep basketball do came into this game is a free throw shooting team sixty seven point six percent. Let's see white is on the floor for coach K reddish Jones. Gloria is out there and inbounding will be very. Berry hits the Foulon tries to go by tried to force his way in all my goodness of all the foul. I thought that was kind of a shaky calm. That's one hundred third. Clout agrees. We seem to be holding his own on defense. And then you had the little push off with the right hand, barracuda jumping. Embarrass up the line and makes the first name. Twenty three points a game for the freshman on tastes degree, the all time leading freshman scorer in the history of the program. Couldn't get the second fall. The first free throw twenty points. Sixty three fifty four nine point deeply inside eight minutes to go in the basketball game. Cavaliers move left. The right and key is out front there right window hunter under to pull up. Dan. Jack white is on him. Jackson trying to set a screen, but went the opposite way. Dow download a key rival guys to go by Barrett up. No good. Here's salt with the rebound stopped at all. Police have been. Doctors own man now, he was like, I'm Dunkin this goes away managers. Teammates, get out of the way group Jack salt with four points. Nuke sixty three Virginia fifty six seven twenty four left in the game. Here's a long three from the left left-wing perfect for Barrett. Six three six three for thirty one percent shooter six of nine after he hit that one. He just stared at the crowd. What? Lebron like, I'll play with you. In fact, assaulted beat the defense, and he has another dog. Again, they're not wanting to give out of their thoughts. Are we just made it three you're not getting the three we made up a foreign exchange? Sixty six fifty eight deeply do fall six forty seven to the game Jones over on the right wing the bear field it now again. Triples back almost Gort strike since it near left wing fakes right goes left now to white in the left corner. Back to rutta up three. That is short and the rebound is controlled by Virginia. One of the few bad shots. They forced to take this is a very very important possession. I think we're gonna eight point. Wrong across the time. I picked up the dribble. Need some help now salts as I got it. And now back to your. Guard by Jones left hand dribble. Far side of the floor salt coming out through respond. Instead, they go to keys down the right wing guy. Long three that's off the Mark. No, good key tries to fight for the rebound. Bounced restaurant actually bounce it off the Duke wire, but the blue devils keep it in and it serve all now five of fourteen with four turnovers not at all normal game for him. He was two of seven a Duke in Durham couple of weeks ago. Trying to expand the league Jones won- three right side off the back of the are. No good. Release. Pat file inside this time. It's against. That's on. Why? The now you got Giral. Gloria having words. The laureate finally pulled away by teammates. Now, the teams will go to their respective benches as things heat up. All the time out. The foul is on Jack. Wyatt his first. Five four. This one took.
"duke " Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Number two, Duke, a thirty nine thirty five lead on number three Virginia's we get set for the start of the second half back out to Charlottesville once again alongside Bob delvonn. Here's Bill rosinsky. All right, John. Thanks very much. We'll Bob here. We are last time they played in Durham there was a five point lead at the half. That was thirty seven thirty two. This is thirty nine thirty five. Now in that game. There were fifteen lead changes seven not so much in the first half. Duke got off to that great start Virginia. Huge was the last five. To that hap- to make a game tremendous. And because they got some threes. Finally, go Jerome made three Kyle guy made chief freeze then once he made his second three they ran so hard and he's such a smart player. He put it to the deck and winning Charlie up. That's right. Admire. That's her experience comes into play as college basketball, get younger and younger, they didn't panic. Tony Bennett pulled them out of the game, basically made him relax calm down a little bit back in you got his composure when they got back in it. But this is uncannily similar to the first game in so many ways first game they were about even in rebounds thirty to thirty this game. It's thirteen twelve and rebounds, the transition points everything ground up so even at the half. Just like the first game. We didn't know like you said the way we got here was completely different than the first good. This was no back and forth. This was one big run. And then another big run. Possession to start the second twenty minutes. They will move right to lap as we call the actions, and we should complement our free officials tonight, Ron Gruber. Ted Ballantyne duct sermons only called seven total fouls in the first app just to against the other five going to Virginia and pretty much wedding these guys play. But you know, we were also. Just where a producer. And I we're also talking as we got ready for the second half, the fact that I don't think there were a lot of place where we thought there were filed. You're right. You're officials doing a good job at the story is the reason I called tiles committee thousand sometimes when they call fifty thousand air fault guys returning. Queen game very disciplined teams. And here we go to in the black jerseys with what they call. Numerals? Antrim the Cavaliers of their whole white orange. Numerals orange navy blue trail, here's reddish Foulon tougher on short those fall controlled by the Cavaliers. Fourteen. Biggest lead for Duke believe is thirty nine thirty five start in the second half Catholic the chance to make a closer Connor almost stop by wage. No, Paul kicks it back out. The Winston salt lost the ball. Double teamed inside. Saul tries to go up had the ball knocked away gets back outside the Clark. He goes in a high little run off the glass. No, good, rebound control. By the blue devil is a wasted opportunity. Virginia had a number of good shots and fumbled. The ball away. J Barrett who was three happy in the first half off the Jones don't tie shot off the glass and scores leave it or not trade Jones. I two points in a game that was by design. He was like I gotta get involved in this party. Here will be. Barrett. Williamson do all the heavy lifting at least one hundred ten coming into this game. Eight point five point per game. Averages I to give to the forty one thirty five Jerome underneath not a little hierarchy teardrop from about eight feet away. Then it's good list. Looks more likely used to seeing stark display at all. Four point lead. Forty one thirty seven eighteen and a half minutes remaining in the Williamson near side. Here's registered Corey around. The got it the raw you can't give him a standstill catches shoot rhythm three. He's the one real weapon there. That's his third. Three pointer is reddish eleven points and Duke the forty four thirty seven league. Tend to go. Secondhand Cavaliers move laterite. Joel Barish should've kiss off the glass couldn't get it to fall and the foul Barrett. His second. So important for them not to foul because they don't really get much out of their bench. In fact in the first half. They got two points out of their bench. Virginia got seven and the first meeting Virginia got seventeen point bench and Duke got the proverbial the bagel. I. I walked I tape the game. You don't take anything? I don't know what we'd do. I record watched as Jerome makes the first free throw. And that was one of the things that stood out as I watched that game. Second free throw is good. Nothing off the bench for Duke. Of course, he's going to need a lot of banks. When you got Williamson. Renters baritone. Three starters, averaging double digits and high double digit two of them averaging twenty forty four thirty nine. Five point there ball seventeen forty five luck. And again, reddish down the little bow step by Bolden. And an it's an extra step and a little traveling use exam attornal levels. Now, let's see can capital that is the one thing that is so different from the first game. They both made eight turnovers the first game that is now dukes tenth turnover. Virginia still has only made four. Cavalier ball Jerome with it near right in front of us could guy out front thought about the three triples right of the lane kicks it in the right corner. Hunter thought about driving now back out Jerome. Chuck. Hawks has tech guy with it in the lane. In trouble. Threw it away. -til here comes to finale slow it down, and it's going to bring it down before after getting biased man in the left corner. British for three got it. It's his second three other second half. That is what you can't afford to do guy. Got up in the air and Duke is not respecting the drive. They're gonna go find shooters who got in the air. Tried to throw it out live ball turnover. Three at the other end forty seven thirty nine Duke with the league sixteen fifty two to go here in the second half hundred driving off the glass. Good foul. He's going to be on. Marquis folded. So the two players who had a follow piece in the first-half pick up a piece in the early going here in the second half. Hunter will go to the free throw line. And you take a look at them three point shooting out predicament game ten of thirteen and it complements what they're doing at the defensive end Bilkis they're playing their defense kind of backwards. They'll get pitcher who uses his football to set up his fastball. Redmond the other way around. They are defending outside to end. They're not giving you the three you'll get some twos. They understand that. We're not going to give up easy threes that if they're making near threes like that. Going to be tough to beat him Yang Ray hunter makes both free throws. He's a good throw shooter seventy seven percent, and it's forty seven forty one. The Duke leaders six points as now outscored them by fifteen behind the three point line. Ten to five junior show loses little zone was over here. Let's see what do people do the answer Williamson out front in the right corner. Here's radish for three. That's no good rebound Barrett. In the lane. Puts it up off the glass gets the role was good. While you go to zone. The idea is you're making employees to their supposed- weakness or shooting. Anybody would know it today, they missed you. Don't get a rebound negates making that defense forty nine forty one to with the league down to the sixteen minute. Mark here in the second half guy, right elbow steps. Back. Our voice up. They jumped with a short off the rim. Never had a chance to go in with the rebound. Williamson brings it down the foreign owned best boy charges in the Clark. Don't foul. They said that the Jones in the left corner tries to left baseline jumpers. No, good rebound tipped outside saved by Duke wells for three got it. Three days in the second half five for the game for cameras, and the fans are bored because they thought Williamson should have been called for charge. There was no whistle. And we have our first time out fifteen forty four left in the game. Duke, fifty two Virginia forty-one, this is college basketball ESPN radio and ESPN app presented by. Tickets.