25 Burst results for "Giovane"
"giovane" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Was it a lot? Well, Maricopa County. This is probably the biggest story in America right now. It is because we have godly, righteous people. Mike Lindell. Sidney Powell, Linwood Rudy Giuliani full of integrity and known to be Saying there was massive, massive fraud and it would shock you if you heard about it. And even I hear conservative hosts are kind of poop oing idea that there was massive fraud. We all know there was. But I'm not sure if you're lumping me into that group. But I've interviewed all of the people except for city Powell and for me, I want I listen. I interviewed you gotta hold on. Hold on. Hold on. I When I interviewed Rudy Giuliani on election fraud on the election result I was I was de monetized from YouTube when I interviewed my clindell. Because of his video where he says he proves the fraud. Facebook started putting up a disclaimer that I spread false information and have done so repeatedly and they told me they're not allowing my information to get on their website now means so. So allege that I'm in some group of conservative people that aren't covering this. That's not an allegation I'm gonna fall for. What do you have? What else? Well, you know what? You know My hat's off to you because you're covering it now and I'm a plumber. I work long days and I just got off a job. But New Hampshire is also having a forensic audit. I didn't even know about that Democrats. Republicans joined together to vote for a forensic audit, but they're corrupt Secretary of State Wants to choose the company who's gonna audit and have we want nothing to do with Giovane Pulitzer, but it Zil they're still battle needed. Giovane Hilton Philip Pulitzer. He's an incredible guy. Off wanting the truth to be a part of that, And that's just another beast. Piece of great news and New Hampshire's conservatives in New Hampshire. Democrats and Republicans are fighting for truth, and I will check it out without a doubt Day and I appreciate you calling in and keep up the good work out there fixing people's plumbing part. I love plumbers. I think they're awesome. They do an amazing job. It's a great career. I'll check into New Hampshire, like the secretary of state has anything to say about it because the state Legislature is who decides things like this campus reform when we come back. Make sure you stay right here. Joe PAGs. His news radio 1200 w O A. I San Antonio and I Heart radio station operators of the Texas Electric greater expecting record breaking demand for power this.
Shackelford, Alabama roll past Maryland and into Sweet 16
"Jaden Shackelford pumped in twenty one points and Jon Peddie broke out of a shooting slump to score twenty for second seeded Alabama in a ninety six seventy seven route of Maryland Shackleford made five of Alabama sixteen three pointers as the second seeded Crimson Tide advance to their first Sweet Sixteen since two thousand four we're gonna so books okay you know this moment in how how much it took to get here but it's definitely enough time to be part of his program organization giovane Quinerly chipped in fourteen points for the tide who finished sixteen of thirty three beyond the arc and shot fifty three percent overall Erin we can score twenty seven points and Erika L. had thirteen for Maryland which was seeking its first week sixteen appearance since two thousand fifteen I'm Dave Ferrie
LSU upsets No. 8 Arkansas 78-71 to reach SEC tourney final
"LSU is reach the conference title game for the first time in twenty eight years by upsetting eighth ranked Arkansas seventy eight seventy one Cameron Thomas dropped in twenty one points in the Tigers one on the twelve run after the Razorbacks tied the game at fifty two in the opener herb Jones delivered twenty eight points and six ranked Alabama stormed back from a fifteen point deficit to beat Tennessee seventy three sixty eight giovane Quinerly added nineteen points including two free throws with fifteen point five seconds left keeping the Crimson Tide in line for their first SEC title since nineteen ninety one I'm Dave Ferrie
No. 8 Alabama recovers from slow start to beat Georgia 89-79
"Hey Frank Alabama struggled early before coming away with an eighty nine seventy nine win over Georgia Herbert Jones provided two baskets in a nine oh run to open the second half pushing the Crimson Tide ahead for good Keyon Ellis drained a three pointer that put the tide ahead eighty five seventy nine with forty six seconds left giovane Quinerly led five tied scores in double figures with eighteen points John petty had fifteen Jaden Shackelford added fourteen Alabama finishes sixteen it to with the SEC matching the school record for league wins set in the nineteen eighty six eighty seven season I'm Dave Ferrie
Samuels scores 32, leads No. 3 Villanova over Georgetown
"Third ranked Villanova bounced back from Wednesday's loss to St John's by downing Georgetown eighty four seventy four Samuels had a career high thirty two points with six rebounds five assists and three steals he shot ten of seventeen after scoring just two points in twenty five minutes against the red storm almost it's a great offense placed what comes my way with a stream of this new connection striving ball that's that's that's just one of the best well there's nothing on my job as a senior Philadelphia was supposed to play Xavier before called the nineteen issues put the musketeers program on hold giovane Blair had eighteen points for the hallways including a three pointer that gave George tenet's last lead at sixty seven sixty six I'm Dave very
"giovane" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio
"This season that that can't be acceptable we need to get a punt returner And i think that yeah. That's about it. The all we have written down l. quarterback. Oh line definitely get better on a at least right garden center. Quarterbacks have been hit sixty eight times. everybody's talking about how jimmy can say healthy. Will you know when you're getting hit sixty eight times. No quarterback can stay healthy at that point I mean this game was crazy. Niners outgained the cry girls on first downs. Fifth twenty eight to fifteen cry. Girls had two hundred ninety one total yards niners have four hundred and fifty eight and i mean the and it was over ten minutes difference in time of possession over the last two games. Twenty four point two forty one points of a turnovers forty twenty four points forty one points off of turnovers last two games. Twenty four points off turnovers this game that that's not winning football. I don't know what to say. Fuck decry girls will still say that no matter what the lost Reason for hope. Giovane law and brennan euch and fred warner. I mean that. That's that's my reasons for hope turning point in the game which was fricking threat. Taylor not catching the ball bounces and gets down in between the one in the two and that was the game i i made the mistake of thinking that was when we were gonna win the game. I thought we were going to go on a stain drive. Believe the clock and scored outshone when the game. Unfortunately i think that's where we lost the game and so here we go again. I tell we'll see y'all friday for niners cardinals preview. Make sure to check out. Nine or faithful radios. Good morning empire today and tomorrow we'll be off for the holidays and again not again. But we'd also like to say on behalf of cam. Jason jamie our newest members jimmy and nate. We'd like to myself. We all like to wish you a merry christmas happy holidays and we shall see y'all christmas day till faith love and happiness go niners..
Washington, DC parade celebrates fathers and freedom
"In southeast DC dads are being celebrated a group of drivers honk their way through several southeast neighborhoods to recognize fathers for all that they do and just a heads up you're about to hear that honking in this report from WTOP's Michelle Basch signs posted on the sides of about a dozen cars that took part in the parade carried positive messages one read you are a great father your children are lucky to have you is there a week and is there a day you know to Nisha Murden is with a network of formerly incarcerated women called the wire one of the event's organizers also helping out giovane Davis's group the love more movement I want to get involved in these type of investor relations you know Preciado said Amanda fathers in our community the caravan got a great response people we shouted and holds back is attached in southeast Michelle bass WTOP news
N.F.L. Declines to Suspend Tyreek Hill After Domestic Violence Investigation
"The Kansas City chiefs have dealt with domestic violence with a few different players. But without a doubt right now the most prominent is star wide receiver tyreek Hill. I can you tell me about tyreek hill as a player and what he brings to the chiefs. Offense tyreek Hill is one. One is the most dynamic exciting explosive most fun to watch players in the NFL. He's very small wide receiver. If you were to Stanek some at the grocery store you wouldn't look at the sky and say wow he's an NFL player but when you get them on the football field key is arguably faster than anybody anybody else in the NFL. What he's able to do when he gets the ball in his hands and space weather? That's catching a pass from Patrick mahomes down the middle of the field. The Thai Rico. Taking jet sweep out of the backfield or catching a punt or kickoff return kill to the outside electrify in for the touchdown. He's one of the most exciting players in the NFL and he's expected to play a major role in the super bowl on on Sunday Probably being guarded by Richard Sherman. Can you describe what the matchup with the niners is GonNa look like yet. It should be a really great matchup between tyreek Hill and Richard Chairman. Who is the star? Cornerback for the San Francisco. Forty niners and one of the most interesting XS. and Os schematic thing. That's going on right now. Is How the chiefs are GonNa find ways to get tyreek hill away from Richard Sherman. Because they don't WanNa throw against Richard Sherman so the goal will be to find ways to get the ball to tyreek hill. Line him up in different places get him the ball and creative ways so that. They're not putting him in one on one situations against one of the best. quarterbacks and football tyreek hill was making headlines even before he ever played a single. NFL Game. Can you tell us about his college career and the incident that happened in December of two thousand fourteen yes tyreek hill kind of had a winding college football journey. He actually started at a community college and Kansas before enrolling at Oklahoma state and in his first year at Oklahoma state in two thousand fourteen he became a star immediately really because of his ridiculous speed his strength as a special teams players apart. returner this but late. In his only a year at Oklahoma state he was arrested and accused of domestic violence in an incident with his girlfriend who is twenty years old at the time and he was accused of Punching Ching her choking her and also punching her in the stomach while she was pregnant. tyreek hill was brought here to the pain county jail. His arrest comes just one week after for he was the hero of the bedlam game. So is arrest on the charge and almost immediately was dismissed from the Oklahoma State football team. He pleaded guilty into this domestic violence. Charge in addition to a battery charge and he was sentenced to three years probation. He was also instructed to go to anger management counseling to undergo domestic violence counseling. Although he was never sentenced to jail time He was able to continue his college football career when he enrolled at the university. I see of West Alabama. That's a division two school and then in April of two thousand sixteen sixty fifth in the two thousand sixteen. NFL draft against it achieves slack. Sorry Cal Wide Receiver West Alabama so it was a surprise. Actually that tyreek Hill was drafted because in in two thousand sixteen. We were still not that far removed from the Ray Rice scandal and you know tyreek Hill at kind of become kind of a poster child for a guy who got in trouble while in college in he. He was seen as one of those type of guys whose character red flags made him undrafted. He's had some issues domestic violence issue that that frankly frankly I thought might keep him from being drafted. This guy has blazing speed but the Kansas City chiefs went ahead and drafted him anyways. They drafted him in the fifth round in large part because of his forty or dash ty which was four point two nine seconds which is elite speed one of the fastest times that at any NFL players have run in years and what the reaction when he's drafted. It was pretty negative. We have to remember that. The Kansas City chiefs went through one of the most horrific horrific incidents in recent. NFL history in two thousand twelve. When one of their players linebacker named Jovan belcher killed his girlfriend and then committed suicide right in the parking lot of the chiefs training facility belcher turned one of those guns on Perkins reportedly shooting her nine times at the home? The couple shared with their three month Old Daughter the child was spared. This is a wound that was still very raw in the Kansas City community. You know very tragic senseless murder suicide aside and here the chiefs are drafting tyreek Hill player. who had pleaded guilty to very violent crime against his pregnant pregnant girlfriend and so it was? It was largely negative response especially from from female fans from the survivor community. I find that really frustrating that We're still holding up these celebrities As you know oh working on things things are getting better. We don't know what she's going through. And it's important to note that when Giovane Belcher thing happened Andy. Reid was not the head coach of the chiefs yet but he was tyreek Hill was drafted. And what's the response from from. I'm Andy Reid and from the chiefs front office when they start to see some of this backlash you know. The immediately held a press conference and tried to talk about all of the work that they had done into studying tyreek hill. Well we have our due diligence. We're regards to fooling vetting. Each one of our draft class members. They spoke to WHO His coaches and they also spoke to the prosecutors from Oklahoma in the domestic violence case and they said all right we. We believe that this guy i. I won't get in trouble again before given the opportunity for a second chancellor on the right things and so he's he's been in counseling. Continue to be in counseling. We've got a great support system here for that and that he would be a model citizen and largely for his first couple of years in Kansas City he was and despite this pushback that they're getting from fans both in Kansas City and across the country Tyreek Hill remains on the chiefs after after. He's drafted and he starts this season as punt returner. How does his rookie season go? Spectacularly from football perspective the open field. He's they're gonNA take special chance to sit in started out as kind of a wide receiver. Who is kind of buried on the Dutch art? But he was their primary punt returner and within a couple months of his rookie year. If you went to a game at Arrowhead you would see fans wearing that number ten tyreek Hill Jersey and every time that he would go back to catch a punt. You would hear in unison. Fans at Arrowhead stadium chanting tie wreak tie reek and he would feed off of it. The crowd would feed off of this energy. And you know. It didn't take long before. He became one of the most beloved players on the chiefs roster because of his football prowess and in spite of the ugly history that he had coming into the NFL and in the next few seasons go after the two thousand sixteen season so as far as football it only continued to get better for tyreek hill so as a rookie. He was primarily early. A special teams player. You know we mostly just saw him returning punts and doing a fantastic job of that. He was an all pro his rookie year. But you know after that first season he became the chiefs number one wide receiver. They moved him from a special teams roll into a role where he was going to be a major part of their offense and he handled that Smith winds up getting Franch Kansas City. He exceeded everybody's expectations as a wide receiver. She became at that point. The most important piece in the chiefs offense and then in March of last year tyreek Hill is back in the news with new allegations of child abuse. tyree kills three year. Old Son suffered a broken arm in March of Twenty nineteen. And how this this child broke his arm. That is the big question and that was what investigators in Kansas where tyreek hill his fiancee. The mother of his son were living living and ultimately nobody has determined how the child suffered this broken arm in April after about a month of investigation the district attorney in Johnson County. Kansas Released a statement that while he believed a crime had been committed they did not have evidence that can conclude Who who the perpetrator was? So that meant that it could have been tyreek hill. It could have been his fiancee. It could have been a caregiver a short time later. The case from a criminal perspective respective was ruled inactive the NFL's investigation and the Department of Children Family Services. Their investigations continued however and then the day after the district attorney in Kansas declines to press charges audio between Hill and his fiancee is released. What you'd rather him somehow or he fell one of the two? Then why does say deputy. Why Oh and just to clarify for listeners? Be Fiance Crystal. That he's talking to on this recording is the same woman that he pled guilty to abusing in college. Yes initially in April liberal part of this audio recording released and it was very damaging to tyree count. You could hear tyreek Hill could parading his fiancee. You know using threatening language is terrified of you and you say that he respects you but it's not it's not respect it's terrifying. He is terra of we need to be terrified of and the immediate reaction to that in the media from from kind of within the NFL world was how could they not charge him. After this month's later the full audio recording was released which you know didn't didn't necessarily tyreek Hill in a better light but it kind of even out the conversation a little bit reports he wrote. And if you want to rewind that night we can rewind that night to my house and pick you up and slam you know picked up and put out on my door and after that you've built bruises come from tyree waited the bruises. Come Out I'm asking. Where did the bruises come out to hit Youtube? You too and it was full audio recording that I believe is really the key piece of evidence for the NFL that led the NFL to their decision. To not ultimately punished honest. I recall after this investigation.
"giovane" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"And shot in Freud by the truckload. From our limited sports perspective, though, the fake kickers and water polo players and pole-vaulters with their faces photo shopped onto the bodies of actual athletes provided real new evidence of how truly messed up college sports are and that's my first take away our capacity for surprise is pretty drained these days in college sports as in life. But here we are Yale's women's soccer. Coach took a million dollars in bribes one point two million dollars to help get some assholes daughter into the school. I feel like it's against the law. Not to go to Ben I if Donald Trump junior's name is invoked it's like a Candyman situation. If you say Donald Trump junior's name three times bet he wrote about Trump junior's response to the emissions scandal last week. Yeah, he sent some like gloating. Tweet to Felicity Huffman. No, no, I'm Laurie Lafon. I was one of our one of our to one of the two stars of the experience. Yeah. Gloating about about how they had grabbed the schools get their kids in demonstrating a little bit of a lack of self awareness on his product knocking knocking? So there are a bunch of questions that we can ask about the emissions scandal. One thing I wanted to point out. I Nick green or colleague to post on this is I really want to commend the water polo coach at USC because you could argue and many people did that, you know, give. These slots and these sports teams for rich kids don't actually play the sports as wrong that it's bad. But this water polo coach Giovane Babich allegedly. Let's let's not forget the allegedly was giving up like a couple slots one slaughter year to players who didn't play water polo and would send Photoshop photos of themselves with, you know, twenty feet out of the water or whatever because they never played water polo. This dude was doing this like raking in hundreds of thousands of dollars a year one fifteen national championships. So it seems not to have compromised at all his ability to coach winning water polo teams like we praise coaches for doing a great job. With a limited roster can also be hard to coach stars this guy managed to succeed while like doing this side hustle. And I think that. It just shows that you know, he's the coach of the century and the Pac twelve or water polo. I mean what what more could you accomplish? It's amazing. It's an amazing run for Giovane. That's really all. All I have to say. There are also allegations that the Yale soccer coach to former players say he he got players on the team to to do his master's degree work for him to work on papers for him. So he kind of had it coming and going, which is is is maybe not as impressive, it's Giovane. But is is is must also be mentioned at LSU. We we write the papers for athletes at the athletes. Right. The papers for the coaches. But there are so many like big questions here that we can ask an try to answer one of the big ones. Stephan was should there be priority and athletic emissions at all added? A piece by Ben Strauss awhile ago about Wesleyan. This is not a D one school to d three school. But I think some of the same questions apply, and it was land something like twenty five percent of the slots in the freshman class. Go to, you know, incoming students who play sports and just doesn't make sense at all like to give preference to somebody who is good. I water polo or tennis or soccer. Because apparently, this is the thing where the administration's aren't like paying super close attention to whether these kids are actually playing sports, nobody seems take care or or notice. And so why are they there? In the first place. Well, they're there for the simple reason that has been out in that piece, Ben Strauss. It's affirmative action for white kids. This is how to get sort of less academically talented white athletes into school. And I'm sure there's some correlation between the loyalty that athletes give back to the university. Once they've left and succeeded in life and have some money to donate to athletics. Athletics are giant drivers of of donations to universities, and these kids are not on financial aid. Generally, they're willing to pay full price to go to these schools and play their sport of choice.
"giovane" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Home whether we're on the road whether on neutral site, it's really more about doing the things that go into winning and we were able to do enough of that last night to get to win. But on Saturday West Virginia comes in here. And even though we're at home, it's the same dynamic. We we have to do we have to make more winning place than they make. And they they make tough on you with the way that they play in the physicality with which they play, but that will never change the the the West Virginia. Texas Tech game is a tight game last night. West Virginia lead for lots portions of it, Texas Tech wound up getting out of a mortgage with the victory there. But not only in evaluating that because I know you've got back late last night you right into a Westford. But the overall evaluation of of the mountaineers when you look at them because I look at them in a similar vein to your team in that they've had some good moments, and then some some bumps in the road as well. Well, anytime you lose a player like Giovane Carter. There's going to be somewhat of a change just in terms of being able to reshape your identity as a team because he was just so central to that. And I think, you know, we've had so many great players in this conference over the last few years, but I don't think Carter takes a backseat to any of them in terms of the importance that he had to his team both physically and spiritually so, but they still have some really really good players visa. Odd cannot they has been hurt, but he'll be back soon. And they've got some guys that are very very dangerous making shots from outside the mount west, we we learned all to wealth and shoot the ball extremely well. Bolden, you know, obviously can really really shoot. So we we as a team needs to do a great job. Again, owning what we need to do. I affirm us on the defensive end. And I think that will give us a great chance. One thing that that Bob Huggins? Who's a legendary coach obviously is said about his team is that they just he hasn't seen that collective cohesion that his teams normally seem to happen that all coaches stripe for as well. And yet, I know you have great respect for what he's done with his programs over the years. Phenomena respect, he's one of my favorite coaches. And he's a guy that obviously has coast at a lot of different stuff stops, but has had great success everywhere. I.
"giovane" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"Okay. Tell me your story. All right. So. This is a story about something that we use to lure or attract the opposite sex that was lured to attract something else. Did you hear about the tiger in India that had killed twelve people know? Okay. So there's a tiger in India. That's like Roman around. They've named tiger t t one it's a female, and she has two cubs that are hunting with her and she's killed twelve people so far, and they cannot catch this tiger. She's outmaneuvered everything they even used like, horses and goats and tied him to trees as bait to try to trap this tiger with like nothing. She somehow like gets away or gets out of the traps. But there is one thing that successfully has caught multiple Tigers. And now they're gonna use to catch this one. You will never million years. Guess what it is? Gimme. It. No, you're lying, Susie. That's it. It's Calvin Klein's obsession. What? Yes. Oh, you know, I such up with the obsession detract track urge thing didn't Calvin kleins. So this is like a real interesting thing. So there's this. There's a. Perfumes they use these odors of these fragrances that come from really bizarre places sometimes and there's an ingredient called civic. That's from civic cat. It's like a cent. That's released. When thing the cat marks territory. And it's extremely alluring four Tigers like Tigers. And members of the cat family are very attracted to the scent and will come from miles away to sniff it out yet. Can you believe that? And so there's there in Calvin Klein's obsession, there's a high concentration of this with a balance of other fragrances, then they call it Sivota own. It's like a synthetic version of this. That is the only thing that works. So this threes at the Bronx zoo, and it says cats are attracted to certain sense in the perfume. And there was a leopard that was killing people in another city and into. Thirteen they used that same perfume to lure the leopard and they tested against anelle number five and Joe Giovane musk or Jovan musk. I don't even know how to say that and CK obsession was numerous Ofer nabbing the Tigers grabbing the grabbing the large pussycats. I know this is not the point of your story. But I do wanna know like, isn't it the case that they normally wouldn't attack unless you really coming close to their kids. Oh, and the killing twelve people I think it's more like urban sprawl because of have expanded out into areas that were not lived in by humans before that they're coming closer because their food sources are so scarce it's kind of like coyotes in California, their food sources are running out. So they're coming and starting to eat human food, and they're getting more and more comfortable with the humans starting to wear for fume. They're starting to wear few next thing, you know, one of them would be rolling around naked in a black and white commercial on the beach. I would love to know if that perfumes sales have dipped in India because who's going to buy it and nobody oh my God. 'cause then what if a Tigers attracted to you? Good. You have getting mall. Just because you know, you wanted to smell fresh that is hope is our and like even figure that out. I guess because it has chemical in it, right? Yeah. It's that civic. Well, and then the weird part is they said that this this. Fragrance or older, whatever smells like straight up doodoo in concentration form, they said they said pope like It's Meals like poop, they called it fecal floral. Yeah. And it's when it's concentrated at smells awful..
"giovane" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"The companies recently acquired brands to face Becca by Killian glam glow additions day perfume for small love, Frederick logo and Rodin oleo loose. Oh, did I get them? All. So. John. So we have so many questions to ask you feel like I have to ask the initial. How did you into the beauty world? Let's just like the latest round John with. Yeah. Rip the bandits. Okay. So it goes back, my grandparents actually, my grandmother first cousin on gold Bernie from Chicago Bernie Mitchell who is made a killing after World War Two in the air conditioning. Business had started a fragrance company in the nineteen seventies cold Giovane must so Giovane. Giovan Ludd musk was like the sexual revolution. Fragrant and the nineteen seventies. So cousin birney or birney as the case may be became like super rich and growing up in Cleveland, Ohio seeing cousin Bernie in the fragrance business during the RAD nineteen seventies. I was super interested. I was always interested in entertainment and music somehow the idea of being in the beauty business with something that I was super interested. I say Pratt went to prep school in Cleveland, Giovane mosque covered Giovane must and then I.
"giovane" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"They can be compared to one another any guy drafted behind your boy giovane carter the thirty second pick going to the memphis grizzlies the grit and grind so he goes behind two other point guards one in which that he played in college basketball season even those national player of the year von carta goes ahead of him and then devante graham goes right behind into the hornets i think that was a tough night for brunton but he also once again he wins though he gets to go to the mavericks a team that you know yogi farrell's probably going to be out he may be you know we'll be able to find some minutes there behind innocent junior seth curry is going to be gone now any back into a quote unquote winning culture and he has a great coach rick carlisle very similar to jay wright type and he's probably going to be successful and we're both gonna look stupid when he's a good nba player and he gets to play alongside luca danni which who i don't know if you remember this folks but was the early vp at nineteen years old yes that that's actually i'm actually kind of fascinated by that dynamic of heavy this is there's like a cultural war going on in dallas where luca danni which is the exalted nba rookie obviously everyone every all the all the people that are nba geniuses and hate college basketball we're like this guy's the greatest prospect we've ever seen yes unbelievable and then meanwhile like the college basketball fans that hate the nba and think that like these guys should be drafted based on how hard they work and not how much talent they have like love jalen brunson and all that sort of stuff so that's gonna be fun to what like it would be absolutely hysterical brunson ended up having a better rookie or the dodgers for some reason for dallas dallas by the end of the year like brunson is they put the ball in his hands more than dodgers for some reason it's not going to happen it's it's not gonna happen it's funny that they both it's funny that they both ended up on the same team though does a so yvonne carter going to memphis or grayson allen going to utah a more perfect obvious how how how could they have ever gone anywhere else fit which which one stands out to you more is like of course that's where that guy what i think it's grayson just because it happens or early for them to draft him at twenty one i mean the fact that grayson played four years at duke in the fact that you know i i think a lot of people thought that he would probably be you know the where brunson got picked in the thirty three range and then to get picked twenty first for quin snyder to go out on a limb for his boy and to say we need grayson here we need a gordon replacement we need someone else on the wing to help us out until learn under ingles first of all for grayson to go in and learn on joe ingles just an australian guy who'd who makes you know some some questionable moves at times but are you know for good good for your team type plays grayson probably has the perfect mentor there and utah and then obviously quin snyder quin snyder gets like you know his illegitimate son to go play for him i i don't think there's anything more perfect than that just because he did it so early in the draft and people just lost their minds when it happened because of course great grayson is going to thrive in utah that's for damn scher we all know that grayson's going to have a great time in utah donovan mitchell i will say this i i did feel a little bit bad for and grace and gets picked he's having his draft interview and before he can even say a word donovan mitchell was like already dappled him up giving him a hug basically to say hey you know welcome to my team this is a guy that grayson in you know in mitchell had that one moment when they played a you know that louisville game when when mitchell kinda got slapped down by grayson so there's a.
The actor was arrested for DUI in the early hours of the morning
"Actor vince vaughn was arrested in california the arrest happened early sunday morning at a dui checkpoint in manhattan beach police say vaughn was arrested for suspected dui jail record giovane was booked at about four o'clock in the morning held and allowed to post five thousand dollars bail it's believe this is john's first dui arrest alex stone abc news los angeles woman says she was driving last month in downtown detroit one her smartphone exploded she's speaking out but remaining anonymous the woman says her samsung smartphone was sitting in her car cup holder when she noticed something wrong at the quantum is i say a spark she quickly pulled over in jumped out i thought i was going when i saw a spark then the fire she feels lucky to have escaped tended happening quick it just went up in flames people were telling me to get away from the car if i would be on a highway and stuck in traffic and couldn't get out her car totally destroyed mona rivera abc news samsung says it's investigating for a decade a seven foot statue of jesus was on display outside of a baptist church in lexington south carolina but that statue is going to be moved because the congregation felt it was too catholic the church's pastor the reverend jeff right so the statue brings into question the theology core values of the church he says it will be moved to another church this is abc news when working at a growing business you wear many hats the new business had the buying toner for the copy machine has the sifting through tonnes of resumes hat.
Brandon Belt of San Francisco Giants sets MLB-record with 21-pitch AB
"It up later this hour we'll hear from tennessee had football coach jeremy pruitt than under his first opponents in september in charlotte's is thoughts on his team's spring game and the wrapup yesterday neyland stadium in knoxville that's coming up for you major league baseball games in progress middle the ninth cubs leading the rockies nine seven as lead the red sox four to one giants blanking the angels four nothing top of the seventh and top of the ninth diamondbacks lead the padres four to two finals from earlier indians beat the os seven to three yankees down the blue jays five to one it was kansas city beating detroit eight to five the raise got past the minnesota twins eight to six astros seven white sox one brewers beat the marlins for two to reds lose again now three and eighteen on the season they fall to saint louis nine two rangers beat the mariners seventy four the pirates slide continues as pittsburgh drops a three to two decision in philadelphia pirates now twelve and ten on the season they've slid all the way to third coming up tonight in major league baseball sunday night baseball nationals and the dodgers at eight o'clock mets and the braves saves postponed earlier today due to rain twentysix postponement of the season that game now scheduled for may the twenty eight something recordsetting also having today in major league baseball brandon belt of the san francisco giants salt twentyone pitches and an plate appearance most major league baseball history since they kept they keep this stat dating back to nineteen eightyeight previous i had been twenty belt pepper the crowd with plenty of souvenirs fouling off eleven straight pitches including two long foul down the right field line before he lined out to right fielder kole calhoun so did all that and you still yep that's still flu waste time pretty introduced all that cowhide portside whatever baseball's are made out of nowadays all right so what about von carter coach hunter text message asking about giovane for soil.
"giovane" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"All right eight final four special edition of one show podcast we are on the scene stone san antonio we're we are coming to live from t frazier's hotel room tape what night what time what time it is the final four we have been working this three on three tournament and for people that don't know it's forty six games that we've covered so far we've thrown out forty six duffle bags full of thousand dollars cash to an array of conferences to so many different players we've met so many different players we met jp sleeves talked to him for a very long time and and let me just say you know this has been a year where people have rehabilitated their images across the college basketball landscape we've seen guys like buzz williams just have hair tom crane become like a desirable coach about college basketball all of a sudden we've seen eric muslim become the best dad in america we saw we saw giovane carter shave his head and get rid of the hairline jokes i guess i don't know if you've ever allah jokes but and we saw bob huggins just become the man again he just continues to be the man i went to rehabilitation that's just normal data day life or bob huggins we say this to say that jp sleeves we joked extensively about who this man is what he's about but it was great to talk to yesterday he was he was a good man is what i would say he's a good guy he's a very he's a very misunderstood good guy this this keeps happening us this is the worst part about beat out in the world and rub elbows with college basketball elite is that i'm very easily swayed anytime like it's i don't know anytime i made a got my kinda like that guy and then anybody that basically bats their eyelashes at me i'm in and j piece leaves was awesome the three on three thing we're doing it is it is a ton of work it we are kind of exhausted but it's fun tate.
"giovane" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Okay and then be ready to turn around and do the between game show on cbs and then after that you got halftime on tnt and then you're going to bring a c tbs on the air i mean it's it it's that way non stop those two days so now that it's slowed down a little bit it's a little more manageable and basically they're handling the cbs games tonight we're handled in the tbs games tonight okay so on tbs tonight let's let's break it down what do you think's going to happen on the turner broadcasting system our our first game is villanova west virginia and i would i would i hesitate to i hesitate to go with the favorite there but i will take villanova they're they're playing so well offense and defensively although i think west virginia's got the toughest player in the in the tournament think giovane carter is as tough as anybody out there and has a wonderful will to to get the mountaineers there but i just think novus too much and our second game on tbs is purdue and texas tech and so again that's you know if you're looking for an upset tonight you know that would be three over a two of texas tech rebel to be purdue but you know it's texas tech just very in your face great hustle team and you know knocked out florida in their last game and produce had the situation with isaac haas and the elbow we understand that he's got a brace on that elbow now that has been approved for play the question now is.
"giovane" Discussed on No Agenda
"No it's like wow there's of august sitting right there at night dinner i i knew she was identifiable i didn't know how identifiable 22 looks a lot like an alien she has of the route should she got let's sheen about her face and anyways forget that very let's talk about what happened to the islands so jerrod gets downgraded which is this beautiful i that so insulting and of course the guy is toxic and now we know what was happening because hope hicks resigns in my mind she was indeed giovane carr's spy and she purposefully dropped the news of porter her boyfriend kind of having this abuse history and got the blame pinned on the kelly trying to get him out that was the whole strategy i believe you my i i think is a valid third uunless let's listen to the we have the rundown here and by the way i'm i am shattered why come on the black widow she was great for the show uh nausea or the other we have we'll have other things editor which is gonna do i dwell too too before i play my whole picks clips i want to play this little little duty here on bbc news which is on the top of the list and i want you to its tummy just a little piece of discrepant information in here that i've never heard a rift shoring presence for donald trump at the white house and as he site comes just out of the day after it was announced that jared kushner is soninlaw has lost his clearance ivanka trump is lesser security clearance.
"giovane" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"That's bullshit because let's really think about this so after rob porter that whole rob porter scandal with one of the staffers the white house basically abusing his wives in the fbi being like this guy should not be anywhere near any sensitive information the fallout from that has caused john kelly to like tighten it up a little bit although he has a bit of like a war going on with the giovane khor arm of the white house uh but he's basically like yeah okay now you can only look at like not the big boy stuff yet like the kind of big waste i do you say going catovic were actually was surprised to learn how like inherently caddie this uh uh the naming of things is that it's it's literally secret and top secret that's not yet us coming to that cause just feels like topsy very high school status where it's like what's your thinks a secret deal i might have create written by yeah can't sit here yeah to may see your badge allunan how you don't get the you don't get the haka i would love to see the notes that are being passed under the table at you writing funeral it's a bunch of volume crazy tech's with emojis i know they have an emoji for trump to have an emoji for like giovane gun them like it's a man i would love to see that and i want to see like everyone else has like eric trump's bears that just like out normal news you only get normal news leaving at secret look at like readily available public information it's just also very disturbing because like they're this article came on the washington post that basically said that like other countries this new that because he is in such a desperate need for money for that like billion dollar building six six six fifth avenue i believe in new york daily just underwater on that his whole like he.
"giovane" Discussed on 1A
"The citizens of baltimore that these days are over clearly over and you only get one shot at this we got to do right brandon can you tell us how this formal legal action came about eight of the nine members of this country's task force were indicted last march what sparked that how did this all begin to unravel it begins with the death of a woman in north of baltimore um who died of a heroin overdose and they the fbi trace that heroin back to a gang of drug dealers or drug dealers i don't though you the word gang has been totally abuse by law enforcement site regret using at their bottom in called the shropshire gang as they're called but um and they were the fbi service game those guys because that heroin pariahs this one that she overdosed on was link back to them when they began investigating the shropshire ours day heard a police officer mobudu gone who's one of the officers indicted on the call and kind of realize while the police were connected to this that's where it begins of than they than begin tapping these car deep the one month ghandoure's car and it so and they start to realizes the massive corruption scandal police officers are either directly or sir loosely adjacent to this drugdealing organization let's hear from giovane walker now earlier we heard from jamal walker giovane a hug giovanni connected to jamal walker he was arrested by the.
"giovane" Discussed on Ringer University
"Your as as were reported by the clippers own jerry west the the west virginia mountaineers coaching dan mirror two so that's one ivory washed we're getting ready for this up i guess every wash the last possession against gonzaga be tough ugly that good not good i'm all in a west virginia logan second they they could i honestly believe they could tie kansas for the big twelve title this year are you a is that they were the only time they finish in second in that will they haven't been in the big 12 along but it was last year fifteen sixteen they finish second you finish second cheers eroded the finish second last year in the year before no yeah baylor finished second last year was like it i thought there is like a threeway tie law i might have been a time on who high but i also remember added latah ties and guide while so much big 12 basketball it does the big 12 is the one true champion wasn't that their danga's that we have the than they ended up tying the yeah literally angolan under the conference of ties so west virginia best turnover margin in the country last year your y giovane carter to the foul the shit out of chrysler and charles it dzhavadav carter defensive player of the year the country last year 'cause i always this is a i'm not degraded west virginia it's it's a genius strategy like college basketball rest or terrible yes filed a shoot out of everybody they're not going to an all yeah make the make the call um so i i just hope we figure out the offense can we please figure out the offense can we can we get lake ice the can zagre possession was so bad that was terrible the haunts me actually how i mean they'd literally have nothing to run an off their upmarket zagla on begins agah team that by the way should have won the national title last year uh west virginia had them beat they were up with a minute left in a member a jordan mathews a gonzaga's constantly got the pass it like his ankles and then just like pull the trigger onto three that he did the fruit menashe yes you're a twisted and then and they made some more the reason the gnashing us and then giovane carter late kinda dribbled round and with aging it didn't get.
"giovane" Discussed on The Next Best Thing
"When a twenty five year old defensive player named giovane belcher did the unthinkable breaking new details in the nfl tragedy in kansas city chiefs linebacker giovane belcher fatally shooting his girlfriend and then taking his own life just twenty four hours later the team finding the strength to get back on the field abc's sean shref in his in kansas city with the very latest on this story john good morning to you elizabeth good morning this morning as police fellow nfl players and friends try to figure out just why belcher took his life so violently abc news has learned that he regularly visited gun ranges and had several weapons in his home all right now that people are going to say well first of all worked what are the guns have to do with it well that's a whole nother discussion but people will also fairly say that's one case he snapped any you know killed a spouse end himself what's that have to do with football well nothing i guess if it's an isolated incident but we all know it's not an isolated incident ray rice adrian peterson these are all very known very well known cases of domestic abuse child abuse people becoming violent and and short tempered with their loved ones that's something that is a result of chronic traumatic encepalopathy which is something that unfortunately as of today you can't a doctor cannot diagnosed you with the until after you're dead and so after giovane belcher took his own life and the life is he on satan they did do not up see and sure enough he had it ct all over his brain.
"giovane" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"It was a star quarterback so far there been guys we don't know about her they they were great player junior sale probably the biggest i would say uh would if it was the star quarterback years later you know i'm just aggravate out on fraud neighbor like you know a and only when put names eisner said reactors here's what i think it will when i think the answer those in that would do the trick here's what i wonder if it would apply giovane bell trapped in two thousand twelve that was an incident that was not pre social media but pre a different air a different version of social media surviviors it's different now than was there and giovane belcher was a player the noted of her an incident like that with a star player and this like the worst possible way for rio person be proven right about what could change something i might take something like that where you see a a player that everybody knows dissolve into something giovane belcher killed his girlfriend yet and killed himself in the parking lot at that is youths facility stadium something like that might be what it taper assured of it i don't i don't think the star quarterback 25 years later let me let me let me cannot maybe for myself what abundant in like this i don't think that people will ever stop watching it there's enjoyment minutes travis airways football it's it's american his as american of american pieds almost you know it's taken baseball's place um but i think one thing that is owed to the players is the data in the information that you said now play well i think as long as they continue to put out the information in a every player is they know this that think part of us can go will they know what they're getting into.
"giovane" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"It was a star quarterback so far bin guys we don't know about her they they were great players junior sale probably the biggest i would say uh would if it was the star quarterback years later you know i'm just aggravate on on brought neighbor like you know it and only will put names is there assembly and here's here's what i think it will then i think the answer that is in that would do the trick here's what i wonder if it would apply giovane belcher abinante 2012 that was an incident that was not pre social media but pre a different air a different version of social media five years it's different now than was there and giovane belcher was a player that nobody ever an incident like that with a star player and this like the worst possible way for real person be proven right about what could change something i might take something like that where you see a a player that everybody knows dissolve into something giovane belcher killed his girlfriend yet and killed himself in the parking lot at that stage youths facility stadium something like that might be what it taper assured of it i don't i don't think the star quarterback 25 years later let me let me let me kinda maybe for myself with abundant abundantly like this i don't think that people will ever stop watching it there's enjoy man as travel said we football it's it's american is as americanamerican pieds almost you know it's taken baseball's place um but i think one thing that is owed to the players is the data in the information that you said over play will i think as long as they continue to put out the information in a every player is they know this that think part of us can go will they know what they're getting into.
"giovane" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Yeah and the have hoops that he jump through at every different stage of his life whether that be in college a girl came to a table that had him in a couple of teammates and sat on his lap and he said i this is perfect i'm going to leave with her everyone's going to see that they're going to now it's going to give me some time to to use where they all think that i'm straight when he you know he went to an a team event he called up a friend's ex girlfriend and asked her to come out and pretend to be as date um and then told all of his teammates for the most part he had a girl back home and that's how we kind of state out of conversations um and you're right the the the part of the story where you know his nfl career begins to and he's got a groin injury in two thousand ten he gets you know takes over a spot in the chief starting lineup and then 2011 training camp he had a nagging shoulder injury they came back to haunt him we went on i are never saw playing time again a new was all over and you know his plan all along as you said would begin you know this this plan of of how to end his life would begin when football ended and he saw the end of football and he slowly started to combust he's he started taking painkillers his shirt spending tons of money on drugs an painkillers four hundred dollars a day and then spent a bunch of money to build a cabin where he eventually you know had hoped and planned to to to end his life and if not for people with in the chiefs facility who noticed some changes in that probably would have happened and i think you know the chiefs for an interesting case because of giovane beltran what we've seen happen there before and you know.