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Fresh update on "indianapolis" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"18 news, good morning, I'm Ed Donahue. There is tornado damage this morning. In Alabama and Mississippi, at least two deaths have been reported. Two people were killed north of Montgomery, Alabama. They were in a home that was struck by a tree. Severe weather is expected to move east from the storm system. The government says the economy grew at a 2.9% annual rate from July through September and upgrade from previous estimates. It comes despite high interest rates and chronic inflation. Congress is preparing to take up a bill preventing a freight rail strike. In the house, Michelle fishback is a Republican from Minnesota. Our country's economy can't handle a strike that reports would say would cost $2 billion a day. The bill lawmakers are considering what imposed a compromised labor agreement brokered by the Biden administration that was ultimately voted down by four of the 12 freight rail unions. Inflation in Europe has eased for the first time in almost a year. Despite a modest easing, the double digit rate still hovers near a record. That's robbed consumers of their spending power and led economists to predict a recession and EU agency says the consumer price index in the 19 countries that use the Euro currency hit 10% in November from a year earlier that was a drop from 10.6% in October, the first decrease since June 2021 out of control inflation is being fed by a high energy prices caused by Russia largely cutting off natural gas over the war in Ukraine as well as bottlenecks in supplies of raw materials and parts and rebounding demand after COVID-19 pandemic restrictions ended. Charles De Ledesma, London. Indiana's Republican attorney general asked the state's medical licensing board to discipline an Indianapolis Doctor Who spoke publicly about providing an abortion to a ten year old rape victim who traveled from Ohio after its more restrictive abortion law took effect. This is AP news. The inventor of the Rubik's Cube has some tips on how to solve the puzzle. Erno Rubik invented the cube in 1974 in Hungary. Behind the iron curtain and it was takes about three years to cross the
Snell runs for go-ahead TD, Steelers hold off Colts 24-17
"Many snells, fourth quarter touchdown run, was the difference in the Steelers win over the colts. The Pittsburgh defense held off a late game drive by Indianapolis for 24 to 17 victory. Steeler quarterback Kenny Pickett called it a confidence booster for his team. Colts quarterback Matt Ryan struggled in the first half as Indianapolis falls to four 7 and one
John Mellencamp Sits for National Anthem Before Colts-Eagles Game
"John mellencamp. He's still a thing apparently. He's 71 years old. And Mellon camp's music has been used by a lot of politicians over the years. He's one of these, what he's from Indiana, one of the heartland guys, sings about blue collar workers, but the guys are raging leftist, as a matter of fact, he once said that the problem with Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton is they were not liberal enough. So anyway, mellencamp portrays himself as like, you know, I'm down with the people kind of a guy. Well, over the weekend, he was at the Indianapolis game. Was it Indianapolis and Philadelphia? Big football game, and he was spotted inside a luxury suite because we all know that regular Joe's just hang out in the luxury suites. And he was stuffing his face with popcorn and his butt was in the seat. During The Star-Spangled Banner. So we got a picture of it up on the website, someone snapped a photo. Sport says mellencamp is one of America's greatest frauds. And the reality is this guy is a radical, radical leftist. But really, I mean, this guy can't muster the courage to stand up for 90 seconds. And show a little bit of respect to the men and women who fight for our freedom, he can't do that. I mean, come on. No, I don't know. I don't know if it was orville redenbacher. I don't know what kind of popcorn it was, Kyle, I'm sorry. But probably some of that, I don't know. Organic unsalted popcorn. The stuff without the butter.
The latest in sports
"80s sports I'm Mike greaves the Viking 7 game winning streak comes to a screeching hot with the cowboys winning 40 to three in Minnesota as the Dallas defense limits the Vikings to 183 yards of offense pleasing linebacker Micah Parsons We're capable We put them on to people want to come out and run the ball but we got buckle up on the shimmer they want to do People are going to come up in Paris We got to set the quarterback and get stops and do what we do best The eagles rebound from their first loss of the season overcoming a ten point fourth quarter deficit to win 1716 at Indianapolis quarterback Jalen hurts scores the go ahead touchdown on a 7 yard run with one 20 remaining We never wavered I think throughout the game Again there were things that did not go our way in terms of our execution and we put ourselves in a bad position but you know we were never out of the fight The Patriots stunned the jets ten to three when Marcus Jones returns a punt 84 yards for a score with 5 seconds on the clock I thought they was going to go ahead and try to kick it out of bounds due to the time on the clock But the first thing was trying to make sure that I followed my teammates blocker then I seen a punter And I was like if I make a mist and I should be able to go to distance Other winners in the NFL are the falcons ravens bills commanders saints lions raiders Bengals and chiefs in the NHL Columbus beats Carolina and Pittsburgh down Chicago on the court Kyrie Irving returns from an 8 game suspension in the nets one 27 one 15 win over the grizzlies the guard scores 14 points Just miss my teammates mister coach and staff The unprepared with them in the morning were in the rising and then carrying over to the game So good Phoenix Washington the kings Cleveland Golden State Denver and the Lakers are other NBA winners in women's college troops Number one South Carolina beats number two Stanford 76 71 and overtime Lydia ko wins the CME group tour championship to earn LPGA player of the year honors I'm Mike Reeves AP sports
Jalen Hurts' late TD run gives Eagles 17-16 win over Colts
"Philadelphia scored a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns to squeak by Indianapolis 17 to 16 Eagle quarterback Jalen hurts was the leading rusher with 86 yards including a game winning 7 yard score Whenever added a fight and we never there was never any doubt because of the belief we have in one another The way we work you know we were able to put it together at the end Philadelphia's defense of pressure stopped a potential game winning Indianapolis drive The eagles improved to 9 and one while the colts are four 6 and one Tom mccabe Indianapolis
No. 6 Kansas rallies late to beat No. 7 Duke 69-64; Michigan State outlasts Kentucky
"In the opener of a double header unranked Michigan state took care of number four Kentucky 86 to 77 in double overtime The Spartans outscored the wildcats ten to one over the final two 30 and got 23 points from Joey Hauser After Friday's game coming that close to beating Gonzaga on a big stage like that coming here and playing this event which is just as big Double overtime game In game two number 6 Kansas rallied for a 69 64 win over 7th ranked duke The jayhawks were led by Jalen Wilson with 25 points Tom mccabe Indianapolis
No. 6 Kansas rallies late to beat No. 7 Duke 69-64
"AP sports I'm in college basketball season is about a week old and two massive games in Indianapolis saw Michigan state outlast fourth ranked Kentucky 86 77 in OT while 6th ranked Kansas powered past number 7 duke 69 64 using a late 15 to 5 run to erase the blue devil's 5 point lead The top 5 of the college football playoff rankings stayed the same Georgia Ohio State Michigan and TCU while Tennessee remains a contention despite one loss the vowels are 5th In the NBA the Dallas Mavericks blew a 25 point lead but came back to win one O three one O one over the LA clippers Luka Dončić had 35 points NHL the New Jersey Devils have won ten in a row Jack Hughes scored twice in New Jersey's 5 one win over Montreal Baseball news Anthony Rizzo was coming back to the Yankees two years $40 million deal Postseason awards bok Cho Walter of the New York myths named NL manager of the year Cleveland's Terry Francona takes the AL award
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm David Shuster and other huge day in the NFL Sunday starting with Joe Mixon He accounted for 5 touchdowns in Cincinnati's 42 21 win over Carolina It feels great to be able to have another basically big game I'm running a football and basically being the balanced office which you know it's a great thing to see In Chicago to a ton of viola he threw for three scores in Miami's 35 32 victory over the bearers We were just playing 60 minutes Offensively not looking at the scoreboard and really just like I said every opportunity that we got having the ball we were just trying to score every time The surprise of the day Zach Wilson and the jets upsetting buffalo 20 to 17 We expected to win this game as a team You know of course we understand this is a good team We understand what they're all about But we understand what we're about as well So we knew it was going to be close Of course we got to be able to finish in crunch time And I think we did that Justin Jefferson in Minnesota now 7 and one after downing Washington also 20 to 17 This is the first time we've been 7 in one long time So happy about this team Happy about the way we played glad that we had to fight with his team In New England Mac Jones watched his defense throttle Indianapolis 26 three Defense played great you know uche three sacks Jude on three sacks Bentley sack D wise half a sack you know just sacks everywhere So we kind of knew that our defense was going to control the game In Detroit the Lions handed the packers their 5th straight loss picking off Aaron Rodgers three times This is a lot of life lessons for sure this year But luckily it's not over There's still a lot of games left We'll be counted out probably by many and we'll see how we respond And on Sunday Night Kansas City rally by Tennessee 20 to 17 in overtime NBA Cleveland now 8 and one after beating the Lakers by 14 points and auto racing Joey Logano winning in Phoenix he wraps up the NASCAR championship I'm David Shuster AP sports
The latest in sports
"AP sports app check Freeman The Chicago Bears used a big second half and quarterback Justin Fields did some damage with his arms and legs lifting the bears to a 33 14 win at New England fields through for a 179 yards at a touchdown He ran for 82 and a TD both teams down three and four the beers scored 23 unanswered points to finish the game The Indianapolis Colts are making a switch at quarterback Matt Ryan goes to the bench Sam ellinger has been promoted to the quarterback spot for the rest of the season according to indie coach Frank Reich In the NBA's a big performances on tap in the Memphis Brooklyn game John morant Desmond Bain each scored 38 leading Memphis to a one 34 one 20 home win over Brooklyn in the NHL Las Vegas Phil kessel tied an NHL record for consecutive games played at 989 And broadcaster Jim nantz will call his last final four this April and Houston Nancy Betty more time with his family The reason for stepping away from college basketball check Freeman AP sports
Ryan, Pierce hook up in final minute, Colts beat Jags 34-27
"Colts quarterback Matt Ryan passed for 389 yards in a 34 27 win over Jacksonville His biggest throw came with 17 seconds to play a touchdown pass to rookie Alec pierce I think a lot of times in those situations throwing the ball past the sticks being aggressive you know taking a shot is huge You can't play scared in those situations and I thought it was a great call Jags quarterback Trevor Lawrence passed for just 140 yards but Jacksonville ran the ball for 243 The Jags are now two and four the colts three two and one Tom mccabe Indianapolis
Henry reigns as Titans hold off Colts for 24-17 victory
"Tennessee's defense was the difference maker in the Titans 24 to 17 win over Indianapolis The colts fumbled three times and quarterback Matt Ryan was sacked three times but no play was bigger than Tierra tart's interception of Ryan I mean the biggest thing was just like make sure I secure it for the team you know what I'm saying I ain't the only one to drop the ball so I felt like like I said it was it felt like it was in the air for 20 minutes So I just had to make sure I had dropped two and two Tennessee held Indianapolis to 38 rushing yards while Titan Derrick Henry rushed 414 The colts are now one two and one Tom mccabe Indianapolis
Ryan drives Colts to 1st win with 20-17 comeback vs Chiefs
"Growing up in suburban Atlanta coach ilani Woods was a fan of longtime falcons quarterback Matt Ryan Now Woods is a rookie tight end in Ryan is the Indianapolis signal caller And in a 20 to 17 win over Kansas City Woods caught two Ryan touchdown passes All my family back home Now they're going crazy right now Just you know just like I said growing up and then having that moment of winning the game you know catching a pass on them so that's just a dream come true pretty much It's the colts first victory of the season chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes blamed mistakes for his team's first loss Tom mccabe Indianapolis
Doug Welcomes Jim Serger, Author of '9:11 A Time to Always Remember'
"Jim sarker's with us. And he has written a book on 9 11. And I'm excited to have him with us to share about that book, but also share just a lot of what's going on around this because I know there's a special emphasis for this book as well and we want to get to that. So Jim, welcome to the Doug Collins podcast. Yes, sir, Doug, thank you for having me on today. I really, really, really appreciate it. I really understand we're coming to that special time and I say special time and I mean that in a solemn way. I mean in a positive way, but also in not a way of flippantly saying that. I think we look at it in many ways, what happened on that date changed a generation in many ways. And it changed not only a generation of my age because I was at that point. You know, in my 30s, you know, generations, you know, and you've gotten to know my producer. He was in, you know, before age ten, you know, my kids, my wife, your family's as well. Talk to us about your new book. Tell us what, you know, emphasize from it and, you know, who it's helping and then we'll just get into some specifics about it. Absolutely, sir. So the time is 9 11. So we see 9 11 at 9 11 a.m.. We see the time again at 9 11 p.m.. So for about four or 5 years leading up to me manufacturing or coming up with this concept, I kept seeing the time 9 11. So when I was an operations manager at the Indianapolis airport, I was searching an aircraft and when you're at an airport, you always want to know what time it is. For some reason, you have to know what time it is. And it seemed like in the morning when I was doing it, I would look, it would be 9 11. And then when I worked the late shift at night, two times a week, I would look in to be 9 11 p.m.. And I kept saying to my wife, there's got to be a rhyme or reason because when I see the time 9 11, I automatically think of that day of where I was and what we went through as a country in 2001. So about a year ago, I was watching a documentary on World War II, very compelling, very heartfelt, very powerful. And as soon as it was over, it was 9 11 p.m. and I looked at my wife, I say it's 9 11, and she said, Jimmy, you better get started on that book.
Women race political clock, cross state lines for abortions
"As state policies on abortion become more restrictive one patient shared her story with The Associated Press If I can help someone else with my story then I really hope it does help When Monica eberhart a mother of three from Columbus Ohio learned she was pregnant again She had to travel across state lines to get an abortion navigating a patchwork of laws enacted since roe versus wade was overturned I absolutely can not afford another baby whether that be financial Or mentally Ohio has banned abortions once fetal activity is detected around 6 weeks Doctor Katie McHugh with the women's med clinic in Dayton says they have been referring hundreds of patients like everhart to their sister facility in Indianapolis 120 miles away There's a sense of desperation and a sense of they feel so lucky that they got in just under the wire but what about all of the other people Indiana lawmakers recently approved a ban on almost all abortions that will take effect on September 15th staff say they'll help as many women as they can until then I'm Jennifer King
Sebastian Welcomes Captain Henry Hendrix (Ret.) to the Show
"End studio captain Henry J Jerry Hendricks, U.S. Navy retired. Welcome in studio. It's a pleasure to be here. Thank you for having me, doctor gorka. So we had a super fun discussion. I think we bought everybody around us because we got into the nitty Gritty of national defense, the navy personnel, very, very rapidly at this little soiree. Tell our audience, who you are, what's your background and what you have done in and out of uniform to serve this nation? Well, I joined the navy in 1988 out of an ROTC scholarship at Purdue. I served in the P three community doing maritime patrol and reconnaissance. I flew in Saudi Arabia during desert storm. I flew over Yugoslavia during the 1990s doing maritime surveillance over land doing ISR. And then 9 11 occurred. I was actually here in Washington, D.C. serving with the chief of naval operations staff when 9 11 occurred. I knew a number of shipmates who were killed in The Pentagon. My career sort of changed to strategy after that. So I went back and got a master's in diplomatic history, became a strategist largely worked for Andy Marshall in the office of net assessment. Yoda. Yes, and it's a great pleasure and honor to work for that man. Ended up working for the secretary of the navy as the director of his advisory panel and then finally, because no good deed goes unpunished, I served out my last three years as director of naval history since they figured out I had a PhD. And then I retired and I worked in a think tank as ahead of a defense program and now I work as a consultant and also with the sagamore institute of think tank in Indianapolis, Indiana. All right,
"indianapolis" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Penske to JGR. And I guess this has been the toughest collection of drivers for me to handicap on road courses. So far this season. I mean, bell has been the best finisher in the Quartet. He finished third at coda. Truex also finished top ten in that particular race. None of the four drivers finished better than 26 at Sonoma and Martin Truex Junior was the best finisher at 13th at road America. I don't even know how to begin to handicap these drivers when you're talking about what you're going to get from the 1118 19 or 20 this weekend and the potential speed they could bring Indianapolis. I mean, you want to talk about we talked about price elasticity last week. You have Kyle at 16 Hamlin in the 18 to 20 range you want to see some odds drop, have those guys unload well. I mean, those odds will go down to 6 to 7 to one in a heartbeat because hanlon was great here last year. Obviously kind of got punted. And that cost him the race. But listen, there's been nothing that's shown that these guys have anything on road courses. And I think that Chris Bell, you kind of throw him as a little bit of an outlier. He's young and Chris Bell, I think he's one of the hardest guys to handicap just in general, his driving style. He can go from a lap down to leading the race. And I never know when that's going to happen. But you kind of know what you're going to get with Denny and Kyle. And they've even looked good in practice and race poorly. So at this point, I'm kind of out on JGR. If you want to take a flyer on them, maybe just to win the race, you might get some value, but you're not guaranteed just because they look good in practice. They have not raced well in these road course races. Yeah, ironically enough, when you're talking about consistency, it was the 18 for a long stretch earlier this year, but the 20 is starting to come into his own. You look at some of the finishes he's put together, finish fourth at Pocono. Finish first, obviously getting that big win in loudoun did finish two races in 18th, 19th, but to add a number of top ten finishes to boot before that. But clearly to your point, a four driver grouping that I just can't really wrap my head around in terms of what I'm going to see from a weekend week out basis. The same can not be said though for team track house and Ross Chastain Daniel Suarez, seemingly unloading with speed every single week. A Ross Chastain three top tens in the road courses this season highlighted by his win at Circuit of the Americas. Best average finish of any driver on road courses this season. Meanwhile, Daniel Suarez is tied with chase for 62 laps led on road courses this year. Now 47 of those did come in his win at Sonoma, but that in no way shape or form diminishes what he's been able to accomplish. His average finish is tenth. If you back out, his finish outside the top 20 in Austin earlier this year significantly better. Realistic expectations for the one in 99 this weekend. So I think that they're going to race well for sure. I think we have to look at this through the odds lens as well. I just think that right now there's not a ton of value on those guys. I think they're kind of properly priced Suarez is one of those guys that we could see that opts to stay out, not undercut and maybe take some stage points. So in Chastain, like I said, 7 and a half to one, yeah, I mean, you're not going to get an argument from me there. If you like him, I think he'll be competitive. He's got to qualify a little better than he has. I think that for him to win from as far back as he did. Both of those guys to win. I think those are a little bit outliers at this point. I think you see guys that qualify well will actually race well. I don't think you'll see guys kind of peeling up through the field. If it is, it'll probably be a road course ringer like someone like dinger who will get to in a second. But right now I just think that track house is kind of properly priced. Now we joke about it all the time. And I think Ross Chastain is a suede some of our concerns about inability to bet on him and head to head matchups. Do you feel more confident with Daniel Suarez being a driver that you actually can go to the window? Betting a head to head and feel that he's going to go out there and put together a good race. Or is it still a little bit more of a wait and see approach for the 99 and a week in week out basis? I would say it's a little bit more wait and see. Just because you'll know pretty quickly what Suarez has. And if you're able to kind of jump on some live odds or even just see him unload, I mean, he did unload while at Sonoma so that wasn't like a secret or it wasn't a surprise. It might have been a surprise that he went out there and won the race. But he also did get lucky with Larsen losing a wheel. So otherwise we're talking about him not having won a race at this point. So I think he's, yes, he can be good. I just am not positive to unload on him at a pre week price or pre practice or pre qualifying without being a 100% sure, especially when you see him his odds what rate around the 12 to 14 to one range, which is way different than the 30 to one we saw at Sonoma. Well, and you mentioned dinger and this is the definition of a driver who is going to go out there and race for one thing and that's the win. He's not out there for stage points. He's not out there for a Sunday cruise. And when you look at dinger's price, wildly available from a low of about 18 to one upwards of 22 to one, if you shop around, he did grab the checkered flag here last year, but when you look at dingers overall body of work, he goes from being a road course ringer to a driver that over his last 11 road courses does have 5 top tens to his credit, two top 5s, including a win, but he also has 6 finishes of 15th or worse. Is that feaster famine type approach, make dinger the kind of driver that if you believe in for race day, you're gonna bet him in the outright market but not gonna try and focus on him and head to heads. Yeah, I'm not, I'm definitely selling him when it comes to match up stuff. Listen, he was decent here last year and
"indianapolis" Discussed on Bet The Board
"And you saw money come flowing in, hand over fist against Kevin Harvick, and it wasn't just in the matchup we played, where we laid a dollar 30 to a dollar 35 with Alex Bowman balloons out to a dollar 80 to a dollar 90. Christopher Bell closes north of $2 against the four. And when you watch the race unfold, bell had a top ten car, they would have been neck and neck, but not clearly a price that would have been indicative with the machine that was out there on the track. So when you're watching some of this, you know, keep that in mind. I know a lot of folks are going, well, we don't necessarily pay attention to some of the same things, but there may be a little bit of value created when Kevin Harvick practices poorly. You see the groups that are looking at practice, more than anything else, and heavily weighting that driving up the price and maybe being able to pick off some value on the back end. I'd like to add a little bit to that. Remember, this is one of Harvick's best tracks. And I think I discounted that a little bit too much. I mean, the guy gets around poking all really, really well. He has historically. And I think that that was just something that I had kind of overlooked when we decided to move on Bowman against him. And I'm interested and we'll get to Kevin Harvick a little bit later in the show, potentially, but when you look at Harvick, road courses have not exactly been his strength throughout his career, but if it wasn't for a bad pit stop at Sonoma, we'd be talking about the four probably already having one checkered flag being on the inside of the playoff picture and arguably one of the scariest drivers as he starts to build a little bit of momentum. Instead, he's got his work cut out for him going forward, but he's not the only one because when you look at Team Penske, yes, Austin cindric has a win. He's in the playoff field. Joey Logano's there despite a recent run of very poor performances, but Ryan Blaney's got his hands full. Led 7 laps and seemed to be on the way to a top ten finish before he loses control of his Ford and hits the outside pit wall late in the race, comes on in the post race interview saying I just got loose. We finally got the car decent and it was my mistake. Somewhere along the way worm, the 12 has to figure it out. He's had race winning speed or maybe not quite race winning speed, but doesn't seem to be getting the most out of his car, which is the exact one 80 from Kevin Harvick, who hasn't unloaded well, gets more out of his car on race day than what we're seeing from the 12. I think that's you said it perfectly, Blaney just struggles back in traffic. He struggles to kind of it's always a strategy play to get him out front. And I think that that's why he led the laps in the races. It was a pure strategy call. And whatever you're on the opposite strategy at a certain point, you're going to find yourself back in traffic. And so many times we see guys just set up their car for that clean air. Oh, it's great. No changes. Well, when that cycle flips and you find yourself back in traffic, your car is going to handle very differently. And I just think that they either have an adjusted well, there's something doesn't quite make sense with that 12 team, because when he's out front, man, is he fast, but he just goes the opposite way when he's in traffic. And I think this week you're going to see a number of different pit cycles in play. So cars are going to have to be good in clean air. They're going to have to be good picking their way through and being able to pass when they do have opportunities present themselves. Mentioned Joey Logano briefly, I mean, last four races for the 22 all outside the top 20, a 20th place finish 24th, 26, 27th. I mean, an extremely average performance road course is this season. He hasn't been much better finishing 31st Dakota 17th at Sonoma and then 27th most recently it wrote America, so it'd be interesting to see what the 22 brings and Austin cindric his day was really over before it started got collected coming off of turn three, but we'll see if the two can get you some of that momentum he's seen in Indianapolis in the past. Now when we talk about the man who would have finished with a podium and hit to his credit and chase Elliott never really showed that he had race winning speed, obviously gets the win by default in this spot. But he's not bringing great cars to the track every week, yet somehow first place. Second place first place second place first place is the 9 peaking too early or see continuing to show that even it tracks where he doesn't historically run well. Pocono being one of them. He is going to be a top 5 car regardless of the way he looks or the way he runs for certain stretches of the race. You know what? This kind of reminds me of Kevin Harvick talking about Jimmie Johnson after he won it Fontana when he said well that 48 team just has a golden horseshoe up his ass. That's kind of what we're seeing right now with Chase Elliott. Now, listen, you have to go out there and you have to perform. And I'll tell you what, I've been critical of chase this year just because I haven't seen kind of that dominant speed that we've seen from him in the past and especially Hendrick. We haven't seen that as a team. But you know what? He's winning. And I don't care how you do it, whether it's team chemistry, whether it's adjustments. I don't know what's going on there, but they've done a great job of overcoming poor track position and they find themselves in the right place at the end of the race. And I've seen a lot of teams that gamble and they don't find themselves in the right place at the end of the race. And that's your finish, right? So I think that something about that 9 team is clicking and I can't pinpoint what exactly it is. It might be a combination of all those things. But right now, they have to be the clear favorites to win the cup, especially because he does race so well at Phoenix as well. Well, and that's the scariest thing about it. We've seen the 9 with his back against the wall, the last couple of years. And really come out guns a blazing when he has to. Well, unfortunately for the rest of the field that's competing with them, he's going to have a nice little cushion going into this year's postseason. I mean, he's got four wins. He's got 5 stage wins. 25 playoff points already to his credit. It actually gives him a little bit of a margin of air, which makes him that much scarier in my opinion, but to your point, no doubt the 9 has distanced himself a little bit from the field as far as being a worthy favorite. Part of the reason you're seeing him widely available in betting markets at three to one upwards of four to one if you shop around. Be remiss though worm if we were recapping this race and we didn't highlight a driver's debut that came out of nowhere, the unfortunate circumstances around Kurt Busch. He ends up wrecking in qualifying his unable to race on Sunday. And unfortunately, we won't see the 45 with Kurt Busch at the helm next weekend as well as he was ruled out earlier this week. So ty Gibb steps in and I got to give the young kid credit. He's shown me a ton of maturity and a ton of poise, not just by how he raced the cup car, but what we saw from him in good clean racing on Saturday against Noah Gregson. And to the 45 teams credit, I also have to say they had a great game plan. They told ty, we want you to sit back, you're not going to lose a lap, familiarize yourself with the car, get comfortable, and gradually you'll be able to pick off opportunities and lo and behold, he comes away with a much better finish than I anticipated as possible. I totally agree. I mean, I've also been critical of Thai Gibbs.
"indianapolis" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Lineup, I see him going for those all important stage points, which should come easier to the mid pack drivers as the leaders will be fighting for track position. And not too concerned with those stage points. All this being said, I'm still not sure if Kurt will be driving this weekend, so I'll keep in mind. He has that concussion protocol going on. He may not even be in the race this weekend. It's up to the doctors. Okay, and that's plain and simple for you this week. Don't have any averages to dump on you. Due to the lack of history at this track, so again, you're gonna have to mix up your lineup with drivers that are going to be going for those stage points, and those drivers that run well on road courses. The 9 car, the 5 car, the one car, for instance, but you're starting to get down on those driver picks. So it's time to get creative. Okay, so that's all I have for you on those driver picks. And if you need any help again, looking at those bonus picks, trying to get those featured matchup points. Head on over to Toby Christie dot com and check out roddy dragons. NASCAR fantasy sports, but I'm tearing it down over there, and I'm still carrying my 75% average. So come on over and take a listen. All right, that's it for today. Sweet and simple. Good luck out there at the Indianapolis road course. Hopefully we won't see any DQs unless it involves dairy Queen and a good burger. And also before I forget, I got a couple of shout outs for a couple of guys who have made some noise. Troy Clark, our new leader. The man from down under. Look at him. Just smashing on the points right now. And also, Joe bike. Thanks, man. Other than that, thanks once again for hanging out and listening to the final app weekly fantasy segment of the show. I am rowdy dragon. I'll be back again. Next week.
"indianapolis" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Road course edition this weekend. Welcome back everybody to the final app weekly fantasy segment of the show. I am rowdy dragon. Back off last week's race at Pocono and it was a doozy. There was a lot of patients being tested and emotions. Let's dive on into it and see why. All right, before we move on to the meat and potatoes of the week, let's take a look at our stage leaders from Pocono. And I don't know if they're legit or not, but this is how I saw it. The first stage went to MJ sissy 2022. The second stage, house divided three R 9, and your winner after all things had been fixed and recalibrated and re totalled. Hello man came home with the win 205 points on the day and 47 stage points. Rowdy dragon, I've finished in the fourth place, but was stripped of that and fell down to the 22nd spot after the re totals and the disqualifications and seeing myself lose about a hundred points there. I thought I was going to tumble way down in the standings. And I actually came up to spots. I don't get it, but I'll take it. Toby Christie. He came in 85th, putting him in 54th in the overall standings. Carrie Murphy, where is Jimmy? Uh, not so good day for Carrie. He finished 132nd and is hovering in the 96th spot on the league. Not much movement for him there either. Recapping the drivers that I chose for you last week, the four, the 5 and the 18. Kevin Harvick in the four car was slowly making his way forward all day. Only to be taking out either one car during his attempt for the lead, he did pull ten stage points and that helped him come in 17th and fantasy points. Not a total loss. I chose to sit the four out of my lineup affords as a whole looked slow and I wasn't going to take chances like I did last week. And I had plenty of other options available to me. The 5 car was strong all day, he came up with the third most points for fantasy players doubling up on stage points with a total of 13. And the 18 car, let's just forget about him. Today, too painful to just about everyone except for the contrarian players like this week's winner, hello man. Or did hello man just run out of 18s and 11s and just suffer from good fortune? Who knows? But he made up a gang of points on the field. It was a long Monday of pacing back and forth waiting for the update. I ended up just hanging it up and wait until Tuesday. Incidentally, that's when I'm recording this. Okay, let's get some picks for this week. Going into this week's picks will focus on drivers who should do decent on the road course, but will be hunting stage points to stay alive in the playoffs. Should we have another winner or two? I myself may or may not use the following drivers as I have options. But if you're running a little low on driver allocations, you'll want to consider using one or more of these guys in your lineup. Hopefully banking on some of those stage points. I'm not going to look at too many averages today. It's because the lack of data on the indie road courses, so I'm going to look at last year's indie road course and we'll look at road America, Sonoma, and coda. And see how they match up. So my first driver pick is the two car Austin syndrome, he finished 9th at the road course in Indianapolis last year. And cindric is only plus ten points over the 45, not in a very secure spot. Look for him to try and pick up stage points, trying to stay ahead of the 14 and the 45 cars. The last indie race, cindric had a driver rating of 65.7, but that was in the 33 car. A couple weeks back at road America, the two car finished P 7 with a decent driver rating of 100.6 and in Sonoma in June he finished P 5 with a driver rating of 94. Looking back at coda and march, Cedric finished P 8 with a 117.6 driver rating, and anything over a hundred usually indicates a pretty good run on the day. Most likely leading some laps. And as I alluded to a minute ago, the next driver will look at is the 14 car, chase Briscoe. He finished in P 26 with a DNF last year at the indie road course. And had a driver rating of 81.3. However, did lead 12 laps on the day and shows he can get to the front. At this season's road America, the 14 came in 14th answering to the two cars staying out to collect the stage points, finishing with a driver rating of 85.3. Sonoma Brisco saw finish of 13th with a driver rating of 80.8, looking back at coda, the 14 finished P 30 with a driver rating of 73.6 and led a couple of laps, not his best road course performance. He's since improved on the road courses this season, which indicates he should pick it up some more this weekend. Look for him to answer to whatever the two and the 45 car do to stay in points contention. Now looking at our last driver, the 45 Kurt Busch, he finished indie last year in the 6th position with a driver rating of 82. He finished in P 23 at road America where he picked up stage points in both stages, points hunting. Not the best driver eating at 53.7, but his fantasy ranking put him in P 13 after collecting all those stage points. Not too bad. At Sonoma the 45 came home in 18th collecting a couple of points there, with a driver rating of 55. All the Toyota's were flat and wine country. In fact, they've struggled on all the road courses this season, so keep that in mind when you're watching practice and qualifying. See if any of them are making any noise this weekend. Now at Kodak Kurt had a rough day finishing in P 32 with the driver rating of 48.8. And he's one guy you're really gonna have to pay attention to during these practice and qualifies. If you intend on using him in your lineup, I see him going for those all important stage points, which should come easier to the mid pack drivers as the leaders will be fighting for track position. And not too concerned with those
"indianapolis" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Right handed after the front stretch there. I mean, you are flying into turn one, and it's like a 90° angle. Yeah. It's pretty wild looking, but last year I think, I think the cars drove fine on this course, and they should drive even better this time around with the next gen car. We're getting more designed for these kind of race tracks. The other nice thing is the splitters on the front of the cars don't go all the way to the ground anymore. So we shouldn't have issues with the rumble strips for the cup cars. Now Xfinity might be a different story, we might still have issues there. But we shouldn't have the weird issue where the splitters were flying underneath the splitter or underneath the rumble strips and getting stuck and breaking the rumble strip off and all that stuff. So it should be a little better from that aspect. Made for good video. That's for sure. Hey, last year's winner was the first for colic racing AJ almond dinger. Took the win there, first Cup Series when I should say for colleague racing. He's on the entry list too, so he's looking for more. Yeah, no, for sure. And man, I would be hard pressed to find anybody who would be more qualified in this field to win. Yeah. Especially when he did it last year with Colin racing in a part time schedule, they weren't giving it a full Cup Series effort yet. So that being said, they're back with a full-time effort. And they've had some decent runs this year. I don't see any reason why AGM one dinger is not a real threat for the win here. Yeah, absolutely. All three series are in action from Indianapolis, but at two different racetracks, truck series is actually across town at IRP, 9 p.m. Friday, FS1, 200 laps, 137 miles, Xfinity series. Three 30 p.m. Saturday NBC 62 laps back at the big track there. 151.2 miles and the Cup Series race two 30 p.m. Sunday, NBC, all times where eastern. Yes, yes, yes, yes. So, man, big NBC this weekend, huh? Yeah, no kidding. Usually it's been lately, it's been USA. Yeah, so that's interesting. We'll have to see how that turns out on a ratings perspective. The USA ratings have been getting better, by the way. And poconos attendance, they came out with numbers around a 100,000. I will say Pocono was much more entertaining than Pocono usually is. But no,
"indianapolis" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Totally. Let's get into news of the week from a Toby Christie dot com. We pretty much hammered the whole Denny thing to death. One thing we do want to mention Joe Gibbs Racing did announce that they will not appeal the penalty saying in part we recognize it was against a NASCAR's rules. We apologize to everyone for this mistake. And we have made changes to our processes to ensure this does not happen again. End quote. So I guess that's it for that. Yeah. Yeah, sounds like that's it. Meanwhile, we've got to Denny Hamlin posting a video this week having lunch with the race winning Pocono trophy and sipping victory lane champagne and of course a friend of the show, Jeff gluck, media member, asked what was in the eagles mouth on the trophy, and this was back, I guess, when they thought it was just tape and not vinyl, and Denny replied, quote, that would be a piece of clear tape worth about $300,000, not included in the sale. I guess he's put it up on eBay. So does that mean chase is never gonna see this trophy? Well, so here's the thing. Chase, when they talk to him, finally. And media call. Said he's not a celebrating the win anyway. He doesn't feel like it's right to celebrate when you finish third and you're elevated to a win. He doesn't feel like he's the winner of the race. And actually chase said, if Danny wants to keep the keep the trophy he can. He's fine with that. He's not going to pursue any and ask for the trophy because he doesn't feel like it was a win to him anyway. Right. So I think it's funny that Danny's putting out decent content revolving around this. I thought the video was hilarious. And if they're smart, they find a way to come together between Denny and chase and they eBay this thing off for charity or something. I think that would be a cool deal. Yeah, definitely, definitely. Now, those penalties were pretty big on their own. Getting d-q'd of a race and getting set to the back of the finishing order, but another massive penalty was handed down this week by NASCAR, can you tell us more about Michael McDowell situation? Yeah, so McDowell, who finished 6th in the race and has had a really good season to this point. I think he's up to what 8 or 9 top ten finishes just a career high, an amazing season. Well, he was one of the two random cars to get taken back the R&D center. And after further review from the R&D center, he was busted. With an L two penalty, he will lose a hundred driver points that he will lose a hundred owner points, they will also lose ten championship playoff points in the owner and driver standings. Kerchief Blake Harris has been fined a $100,000 and suspended from the next four NASCAR Cup Series events, and according to the NASCAR post post race event penalty report, the number 34 team violated sections 14.1 CD and Q, which pertains to the overall assembled vehicle rules and section 14.5 a and B, which pertains to the body, according to the notations in those sections of the rule book, it's modification of a single source supplied part, and it has to do with additional parts and or modifications of existing parts to affect aerodynamic properties of the car, and body filler was also mentioned in these sections of the rule book. So it sounds like they use some body filler bondo or something similar to put get rid of the seams in certain parts of the body. And it looks like they've also done other things for aerodynamic advantage as well. Man, they got the book thrown at them. Yeah, they did. So when you look at what they earned from the race, what McDowell had like 30 something points, right? Somewhere in there? Yeah. I think so. And so now he's lost a hundred. So you're at negative 70 something for the race. That's a bummer. Yeah, he made 32 points for the race. So you take a hundred off that and he's pretty close to negative 70 for the day. So 68 to the negative. And he used lost ten playoff points, which he has none of right now. That's no good. So even if he does make the playoffs, even if he does win a race, he'll be still negative 5 playoff points. Michael McDowell, it's going to be an uphill climb here because now he goes from 20th and points, which it was like, man, yeah, it's pretty good. Pretty good spot for Michael McDowell. Now he's like 26th in points and it's just looking very, very unlikely for him at this point. The team is going to have to pull it together and get a win, which they've been strong this year. But now without the crew chief Blake Harris for the next four races, you have to expect that's going to be very, very tough. And how ironic is it that the 34 was randomly selected for further inspection. Well, that's the thing. That's why I'm saying there's no way that those are the only three that had issues because if three out of the four you've selected at this point, the top two and the 6th place finisher have issues. Yeah. You kind of wonder who else has issues in that field. I find it very hard to believe it's just them. The only car they took back that didn't have issues was the 47 and Ricky Stenhouse junior, which finished 18th on the day. So if you're cutting the line 18 there, you kind of wonder how many above 18th head issues. Well, to NASCAR's credit with Pocono being so incredibly boring, at least they made the week after more exciting. Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. This was definitely I mean, it's hour by hour minute by minute, something different was happening. It was like, oh my goodness, what is this? All right, let's look ahead to Indianapolis Motor Speedway, second time for the Cup Series doing the road course edition. They're race number 22 of 36. The track size is 2.439 miles in length. The purse. I find this interesting. This was included. Are we doing this again?
"indianapolis" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Any driver wants to win that way. I certainly don't. But look, I don't know what went on. I had already left finished third and it was just trying to think about what we need to do to be better. On the way home, honestly. So yeah, I was just surprised by. So the original top two were, of course, Kyle Busch and race winner Denny Hamlin. In fact, fans left the racetrack and TV coverage for that matter, thinking Denny was the winner. Victory lane post race conference press conference, the hat dance in victory lane all day, but something happened later to change all that. Yeah, yeah, something big happened. Well, it depends on who you ask how big it was, but yeah. Interesting stuff. And it seems to me that all the regular NASCAR officials had already left, so they found like an intern or something to do the press conference 'cause this guy was he no personality. No media training whatsoever, but we're gonna hear from whoever this guy is and basically says what we already know and didn't explain anything. The part was the front fascia. There really was no reason why there was some material that was somewhere that it shouldn't have been and that does basically come down to a DQ. It is a penalty, both first 11 of Denny Hamlin in the 18 of Kyle Busch and d-q'd. The final results have been changed to show that the two DQs were there. They have the opportunity to appeal it. It'll be all sorted out by next week. So I can't get into all the details of what the issues were, but both vehicles had the same issue and unfortunately they were not acceptable to pass the inspection. So who is this guy? Brad Moran, the NASCAR Cup Series managing director. Okay, he sounds big, but man, he needs to maybe take some media training. Weird stuff. So, okay, we've since heard that we thought it was like a piece of packing tape, at least that's what it sounded like. Then it became a piece of vinyl. What was it like two inches by 5 and a half inches of extra vinyl behind the regular wrap that goes over the car. So that's why it passed all the pre race inspections. People are up in arms. Why did it, you know, pass all those inspections and then fail the other one while they rip the vinyl off and found some extra vinyl and apparently that little tiny extra piece that, I mean, so insignificant, but in the wind tunnel, apparently it's a big deal. Yeah. It can definitely change things. So when you go through the lasers scan, people are like, how did they not find this in the laser scan? Well, you go through the laser scan and everything's kind of at no speed. And the things within the tolerance of what they allow, so it doesn't catch it. And my at speed, the rest of the wrap will kind of sink back down on the car compared to where that tape is kind of pushing it up a little bit, even though it's that just very slight bit, it can create a little bit of an aerodynamic advantage. And that's the situation. I guess. I don't know. I haven't done anything aerodynamically to know what that would do myself, but I would imagine if the team went through the links of doing it, that there was some kind of a benefit there. So it's interesting. It seems like such a minute little detail. And if the car doesn't scan incorrectly, why would it be wrong? I don't know. But packing extra vinyl underneath your vinyl is a no no. And we now know that. So they busted both the first place, the winner, and second place, why did the neck go after the other two Joe Gibbs cars? Well, according to NASCAR, Scott Miller on SiriusXM NASCAR radio on Monday. That's the name I'm used to hearing from NASCAR. Yeah, so Scott Miller explained that by the time the top two at DQ, everyone else was loaded up in the holler after they're just regular inspection and were sent home. So it was too late. Even chase Elliott, who finished third and was elevated to the win, never had the full breakdown like these top two. So very well, chase Elliott could have failed inspection. Because we're looking at things and we'll get to another DQ or not a DQ but another penalty in the NASCAR R&D center. NASCAR checked four cars out this weekend. In depth because I took four total back to the R&D center. The two that DQ and two extras, but the two drivers were two cars were found to be DQ depth track. One more car suffered huge penalties at the R&D center. So I'm kind of wondering if three out of the four they've checked were wrong. How many more in this field were wrong, Carrie? Well, you gotta figure at least the JGR cars would have the same exact advantage because of two of the four did. I mean, why would they change their process? It would be well, it would be kind of shoddy to be like, yeah, we did it for these two, but not you guys. And they both finished top ten also. Yeah, yeah, so logically it does make you think that that's what had to have happened. What? I mean, we can't ever prove it. I do think the fact that Joe Gibbs Racing had a statement with what was exactly wrong, the following day, even though they weren't allowed to look at their cars that had been taken back to the R&D center. I think that would suggest that they were able to look at the cars they did bring back and saw it on them as well. So I don't know. It's a good question. But again, with NASCAR sending everybody home, it's kind of impossible to do that once the cars are no longer at the track and have had a chance to be tinkered with somewhere else. You can't retroactively try to inspect it because now the inspection seal basically was broken and we've left the track. You don't know what's happened to the car since then. And you kind of wonder how many are sitting back at the shop at Joe Gibbs Racing already finished ready for future races with the same problem. Yeah, no doubt, no doubt, so it's kind of a weird thing. It's also a thing where you wonder if teams still have this kind of a setup on a car that's ready to go to a track because they don't just get things ready the week of. Several weeks in advance. So now it's a thing where do games remember if they have it underneath their app, are they going to peel the wrap off and take whatever that is out? Right. Are they just going to go ahead and try to finish 6? Because they know if you finish outside the top 5, you don't get really any kind of an inspection after the race other than scales. So I don't know. There's a lot of things at play here. We'll have to see what happens, but yeah, so it's interesting. But I find it very weird that the top two radic queued and the guy who won wasn't fully torn down as well. I think if we're going to start taking random cars back to the R&D in addition to the top two that we're dequeued, I think one of them has to be the third place finisher. Just to be sure. All right, so we've got the whole situation with Denny Hamlin and Ross Chastain. You know, Denny did a payback move. Denny got d-q'd raw still finished better than him. Yeah, so this is a thing where, you know, no matter how many times they've gotten into it, Ross seems to always get the upper hand in these situations. Even this time, Ross was wiped out, and it looked like, well, damn, there goes Ross's day. But after the DQ's, Ross, like you said, finishes ahead of Denny. Ross also collects a playoff point for the stage two win because he was second to Kyle Busch and stage two, and now he's elevated to stage two winner as well. So it feels like maybe Denny should stop trying to run into Ross and stop trying to sell the score. It seems like we should just call it even at this point. It's just resulting in wadded up cars and then Ross is still getting the upper hand anyway. So just end it. Be done. In Denny's mind, does that count? Does he have to redo it now? I'm sure Denny doesn't feel like they're even at all because Denny's feeling like he's been so wrong, but at this point he took to a certain extent he has. And I get it. But I think at some point, you've gotten back at him. It's over. I think you've crossed, at some point, you cross the line of what's acceptable for payback, because the guy, even though you're paying him back, didn't intend to do the things. So it wasn't accident. He's apologized. He said he was wrong. And you've gotten a Mac a couple of times at this point. When are we good? You know what I mean? Totally. Let's get into news of the week from a Toby Christie dot com. We pretty much hammered the whole Denny thing to death. One thing we do want to mention
More on the Hero in Indianapolis
"Back to the beginning I have a hero to talk to you about the man who saved, oh, my God. Maybe dozens of lives. Yeah, well, I was at an Indianapolis only in Indiana. Wall Street Journal police have now identified Alicia dickon. As the 22 year old who stopped the mass shooting Sunday at an Indiana mall at 5 56 p.m. at 20 year old attacker, exited a mold bathroom and began shooting a rifle into a food court. Three people were killed, two others were wounded, including a 12 year old girl. Its horrific to imagine how much worse this could have been. So the attacker, I'll continue, whose name we won't give more notoriety had several magazines and over 100 rounds of ammunition. He had spent two years practicing at a firing range. But police said that mister dicken swiftly drew his own pistol and engaged.
Latest Indiana Mall Shooting Shows How Guns Can SAVE Lives
"Here's a headline quote four people are dead and two others were injured in a shooting at an Indiana mall on Sunday authorities say. Now, this is a case where you have the media, actively, well, they're reporting something, but they're also concealing something. So why do they say that four people are dead and two others were injured? Well, the actual incident is like this. We're talking about a mall in suburban Indianapolis. We're talking about a shooter who starts firing and kills three people. And then we're talking about a someone in the mall who had a gun legally drew their firearm and shot the shooter dead. So that's how we get the four people dead. Now, the gunman also injured two other people. So what's happening here is that the news headline is trying to camouflage a hide the fact that a gun is used to stop a potential mass
Indiana Man Runs Into Burning Home to Save 5 Children Trapped Inside
"Another story before I go further into how the media has covered what happened in Indiana, which is despicable. Indiana man hailed as hero after saving 5 people, including children from house fire. This is just a couple days ago. Isn't it amazing on the media doesn't cover this? The national media, they're too busy worrying about Ukraine or worrying about gun control or this other story we're going to hit. How biological male Thomas nominated for woman of the year? That's the NCAA. But this Indiana man, this is an amazing story. And this is what America is really made of, not those Yuval day cowards. Nick bostick of Lafayette was driving by on his way home when he saw flames coming out of a home around 1230 in the morning. I saw the fire on the balcony so I slammed on the brakes, pulled in the driveway, ran into the house from the back and I was hollering, quote, is anybody there. This random person bostick rushed into the burning home and saw four people. He helped them get to safety right away, but was then told one of the children was still missing. This random good Samaritan then rushes back into the a home only to be confronted with growing flames and thick black smoke. The smoke came out of nowhere. It was pitch black. The heat was excruciating. Bostic was able to locate the child after he heard faint crying. He grabbed the child and jumped out of the second story window to avoid the flames. I grabbed her and held her snug and ran up those stairs like a running back for the colts. I jumped out of the window, said boss stick. There's just a random guy. Dramatic body camera footage from a police officer shows the moment bostick emerged from the home with a 6 year old child. Bostick severed cuts burns and blisters on legs in his arm, he shared at a hospital after several days. He was treated a hospital Wednesday after several days of treatment, waking up every morning, I have something to remind me of why I'm here still alive. Why God keeps me here.
More Disappointing News From the Uvalde Police Unfolds
"As we have learned in the recent report, what happened and you've all day is not just unacceptable, it's one of the great moral injustices of modern times. Breaking report nearly 400 local state and federal officers waited outside Yuval day school as gunmen targeted children. 400. There were nearly 400 officers on the scene as the gunman massacred children and teachers for 73 minutes. They were a 149 border patrol agents, 91 state police, 25 uvalde police, and 16 members of the Yuval the sheriff's police and 5 members of the school district. Four hundred people. That stood and largely did nothing for 73 minutes. Bureaucratic paralysis. It makes me think as if that is the direction the rulers and the elites are getting us closer to.
"indianapolis" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke
"Yeah, I love Indianapolis, man. It's a good cold motherfucker right here. It's good and cold, you know what I mean? Everybody here been to jail, at least once. I got my lawyer in here right now from 1992. Were you at jail? Put your hand up, Jeff Baldwin. Jeff ball was stand up. You got so many niggas out of prison they don't matter. I was facing 20 to 50 years. Jeff told me it don't look good, Mike. And don't look good, Mike. I'm telling you, that right now. But that's good, man. You know, when you got a real lawyer, you know what I mean? And one of them fake ass public pretenders. You in jail and they never been to jail and here comes some young motherfucker talking about, okay, so your name right here. Let's get it all over it. You want to get out, right? Yeah. Marion county jail, that motherfucker right there, shit. I seen Mike Dyson one time. I was like, Mike, he was like, we found, I said, Indianapolis. He was like, oh, shit. He was like, I don't ever wanna go that might have that right there. I remember one time I had a girl coming from out of town, she came here, man, got her some white castles and shit. She jumped out the plane. I'm hungry. I love nap time. I took it, I'm hungry. Let's get to food. I took her to white castle. She was eating them a little hamburger. On your ring, I called the next morning and she in the hospital. And fucking wish her. They pumping her stomach. She said, what the fuck was in the man burgers? She said the doctor said I almost died last night. She said, fuck that shit. Yeah, that's some real shit. Watch Mike Epps, Indiana Mike, only on Netflix.
"indianapolis" Discussed on NASCAR America
"Other. Does it get any better than Ken squire, guys? Just incredible stuff. Love to hear him talking about it. I'm not sure why I waste my time trying to paint a picture of how great this day is when I could just listen and explain. I found him in New England. I mean, that's how I fell in love with racing, going to his race track, thunder road over from Vermont and listen to him, call the action down here and in the southern series. It's amazing. Yeah, just as voice is enough, but his knowledge is just incredible about all forms of motor sports. And he's just passionate about it. You can feel that in every word that he says. Kindling, we're thinking about you enjoy watching all the races on Sunday from your couch right, let's break down the Indy 500 a little bit. Boy Steve mentioned it, DJ, hard to handicap. I mean, this field is stacked. So what's impressed you from practice? Oh, I think the biggest thing is Chip Ganassi racing. Just every car. I mean, you put a rookie, even though he's a 7 time NASCAR champion and a car that runs so well and so fast and hand all that. That shows you the potential of what they have. But I've also noticed in practice as they get race ready, just how drastically things change and then other drivers come into the mix. And I mean, the guy, Scott Dixon, he shows up every single time there's a big event he can go fast and he's smart enough to know how to get to the end of this and give himself a chance. Steve, it's going to be a lot of talk about fuel mileage versus running up front. This weekend, so what do you think about that mix? Because that's going to be a topic, probably the topic during the race. Your face or likeness only gets put on the Borg Warner for leading the last lap of the Indianapolis 500. Don't let your ego confuse yourself for the other 199. That's my strategy. Fuel mileage. It's not exciting for some. It's not the lead storyline. People don't want to talk about it. But that pit stand must run the race, not the driver. The driver drives, it has to come from the pit stand. You have to save fuel. You have to stay near the front, but you can not get behind. It doesn't matter how fast you are. If you could take an extra tip down pit road or put more fuel in the last stop, day over. You and I spent the weekend on the peacock pit box. You have an under the radar pick. We're going to get our favors here. Okay, second. So I have two under the radar. I got an under the radar name and great equipment. Marcus Ericsson not many people talk about the sneaky Swede. But I believe he easily could be an Indy 500 champ, and then another gentleman who joined us all the time hasn't shown politely any speeds by himself in single car, but put him in a pack. He had a chance last year until the wheel fell off Graham Rahal. Wow. I believe he has. He has a lot of savvy. If you get up there and it gets dicey, you talked about fuel. Mileage, he can manage the day. We asked you guys on Twitter for your pick, so you guys, tons of votes, credit to our producer, Aaron Phelps, and he counted every one of them. Wow. Max first happened was your pick for Monaco, Scott Dixon by far your pick. I shouldn't say by far. It's got dicks in your pick. Jimmy Johnson was close second for the Indy 500 Martin Truex Junior. Our buddy Ken squire, we asked him for his pick for the Coke 600. He picked Martin Truex Junior. So I want to hear your picks, DJ. Your Hall of Famers get the tea box first. Give us your weekend picks. All right, well, I'm gonna go with the majority there and I'm gonna take max for to win the Formula One race. I'm going with Takuma Sato. I've always finds himself in the mix there and I'm going with Kyle in the 600. There's a couple comments. Okay, good. All right. It was hard. So I agree with everyone's pillow. I think he has some quiet hands. He can do it. And then Kyle Larson. I'll take the other cow. I took Leclair agreeing with diffie. Pillow is my pick would copy each other's paper and also Kyle Busch. Michelle on Monday we'll see you back here on Wednesday to recap all that happened..
"indianapolis" Discussed on Against The Odds
"Of rescue. He scans the sky and sees other planes, but their bombers. Just here drop supplies. They can't land on water. A sailor near him calls out. We need to get on the plane. Come on, come on. The sailors start swimming past harpo, calling out for others to join him. Let's go, guys. But harmful shakes his head. Are you crazy? It's too far. We can do it. The sailors swims away, followed by about 20 others. Carpa watches as they make their way towards the plane. But after only about a hundred yards, they slow down. They're already exhausted. Then a large swell rolls towards the swimmers. They're too weak to paddle over it. Harpa watches a several of them get swallowed by the wave. And disappear under the surface. After a few seconds pass, some of the swimmers emerge, gasping for breath. But others never come up. Another swell hits the swimmers, and they get tossed underwater again. More and more of the men are drowning. Purple looks away. He can't watch anymore. And then here's someone from the raft closest to him. Call out to the swimmers that remain. Watch out. Shark. Harpo closes his eyes and holds onto the rope that's been his lifeline for the past four days. He knows that his best hope of being rescued is to wait right here and save his strength. He doesn't want to be one of the unlucky ones who held on this long, only to die at the last minute. When Salvation, so close. Lieutenant Adrian Marx taxes his dumbo playing through the choppy water. The 12 foot swells splash into the windshield, making it hard for him to see where he's going. He's grateful to have lieutenant commander at a very flying above to guide him. Another 3° northeast, 200 yards. Roger that. It's been 15 minutes since they survive the most terrifying landing of Marxist career. But the situation is getting even more dangerous. The light is fading, and the men in the water are covered in oil. It's getting hard to see them, and marks doesn't want to turn on his lights. In case there are enemy vessels or aircraft in the area. He hopes he doesn't accidentally run over any survivors and kill them. And stop. Mark stops the propellers and rises from his seat. He moves to the doorway of the main cabin and washes his crew lift the hatch on the side of the plane. The rescue, it's now underway. His navigator, Morgan Hensley throws a life ring to a group of men in the water. They reach for it, but only a few are strong enough to hold on. Hensley heaves with all his might to pull the men through the water to the plane's open hatch. The men are too weak to climb aboard. So Hensley reaches down and hoists them up. One at a time he carries each one over his shoulder like a sack of flour before placing him down on the steel floor of the plane. The men are so covered in oil, marks still can't tell his rescuing Americans, Japanese, or some other nationality. But it doesn't matter. Saving anyone in a situation this dire is the right thing to do. Mark leans over to the first man. Who are you? Is this real? You're safe. I'm lieutenant Adrian Marx, U.S. Navy. What ship are you from? Before he can answer, the man passes out. It's not until the 9th man is boarded into the dumbo that marks his able to have a conversation. Where are you from? USS Indianapolis. Ship went down. When? July 30. What? You mean you've been out here for four days? The man is too weak to answer. Marks feels his heart pounding in his chest. He's just confirmed that these men are American sailors. And if they've really been out here for four days, he needs to save as many of them as he can. As fast as he can. Every second counts. Doctor Lewis Haynes, swims furiously towards the dumbo plane. He's so tired. It feels less like swimming and more like crawling, but the plane is no more than 60 feet away. The closest it's gotten to him all night. He knows that it is any chance of reaching. He has to act now. A big swell tosses him underwater. He paddles upward with all of his might and surfaces. Gasping for breath. Haines can barely move his limbs, but he refuses to give up. He keeps paddling and fighting the waves until finally he reaches the plane. A crew member spots him and leans over the rope ladder to grab him. No. I just want a life vest and a flask of water. The man on the plane stares at him. Confused. Are you sure? Haines nods. The crew member grabs a vest and places it over Haines neck and puts a flask in his hand. Haines takes it and slowly paddles back to the nearest group of survivors. There's about a dozen of them, huddled on one of the emergency life rafts dropped off from the plains earlier in the day. When he reaches them, Haines holds the flask up. Fresh water. Haines takes the first sip, a very small one. The first drinkable water he's tasted in four days. Maybe the greatest drink he's ever had. Then he points to one of the young sailors. One who barely looks alive. You. Take some. It's your turn. The young man takes the flask and stares at it like a lost love. Haines knows the man wants to chug it all down. Everyone does. But the young sailor just takes a small sip before passing it to the next man in line. Haines smiles proud of these men proud of their selflessness. But a flask or two of water isn't going to be enough to keep them alive. And there's way too many survivors for them all to fit on one dumbo plane. They need a rescue ship. As he scans the horizon on this moonless night, Haynes sees nothing, but darkness. Lieutenant Adrian marks surveys the action taking place in the back of his plane, and he can't believe what he's seeing. The dumbo has become a makeshift trauma war. There are 30 survivors lying on the floor, taking up every inch of space in the cabin. Some are moaning in pain. Others are passed out. Their bodies are burned, swollen, broken, marks has to look away. His plane is completely full, but marks knows there are still many more men in the water. He racks his brain for a solution. Then, calls out to his navigator, Morgan Hensley. I need your help to get more men on board. What are you thinking? How about the wink? The dumbo has a single wing, mounted on top of its fuselage. It's a large, flat space, over 100 feet long, and marks figures they can use all of it. Hensley nods in agreement. How many men you think we can get up there? I'm not sure. Maybe 20, let's do it. Marx calls out orders to the crew to start lifting men up on top of the wing. But as he looks survivors again, he starts to reconsider. The role in such a weakened state, it may be impossible to move them without injuring them. Then one of the survivors inside the plane raises his hand. I'll go. The injured man slowly pulls himself to his feet and limps towards and overhead hatch. Hensley helps lift him up. Another crew member reaches down from above and grabs the hand of the injured man, pulling him onto the plane's wing. Marx is overwhelmed by the generosity of this survivor. A man who appeared to be on death's door yet summoned the will to make room for his crewmates. An hour later, Marxist crew have lifted another 23 men onto the dumbo's wing. But the rough water rocks the plane silver relentlessly that the men are struggling to hold on. Marx orders his crew to use parachute cords to strap the men down to the wing, like luggage tied to the roof of a car. There is absolutely no room left on the dumbo. There's nothing more marks can do for the men who are still in the water. He knows that with each passing minute, more of them are dying. Some are being taken by sharks. Many others are simply abandoning hope, letting their heads drop below the waves for the last time. Mark starts flashing his landing lights. Signaling to the men that he's still there and help us on the way. But then he stops. Could the flashing light make him a target for enemy aircraft? Marks sits frozen in the pilot's seat. His mind racing, trying to figure out what else he can do. And that that very moment, he hears his co-pilot, cry out. Look, sir, a searchlight. Mark's turns. And he sees it. A single column of light, piercing the sky off to their south. It can only be coming from one source. A rescue ship. And the searchlight is their way of saying. Hang on a little longer. Help is coming. We get support from Etsy. Etsy is the marketplace for people who are not playing, not run of the mill. And definitely not boring. So there's no better place than Etsy when you're looking to shop beautifully made personalized finds, handmade by sellers from all over the world, just for you. So instead of the usual mass produced items, choose something that's one of a kind, bespoke and truly unique, new to Etsy, use code welcome ten at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase. That's code welcome one zero. Maximum offer value of $50 offer ends March 31st, 2022. C terms at Etsy dot com slash terms. 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"indianapolis" Discussed on Against The Odds
"Please don't <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> let them <SpeakerChange> come back. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Please don't let them <Speech_Male> come back. <Speech_Male> Hanes doesn't know <Speech_Male> what to say. <Speech_Male> There's nothing he <Speech_Male> can do about the sharks. <Speech_Music_Male> Is your friend <Speech_Music_Male> okay? 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"indianapolis" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Indianapolis, Indianapolis coming up at 11 30 today, So we have a short show. After we're done here today, let's go down to this Sunday's on state. Thing that's going on outside. Today's the last day for it, and I know that's why I thought before to go out there unless they have music. You like music. I do And do you like music? I love music. They have food. I like food. We like food, too. Yes, well like food. Uh and, you know, I'm sure there's some pretty good people watching if I know my State street so fascinating people watching that's going on. It looks like it's fun. They it's like a big the clothes off State Street, right? Yes, yes, they do. And it is quite an ordeal. I was down there room when they were closing up if you weeks ago And it's you know, it's quite a setup. It runs from Lake Street south to I don't know, Washington or something like that. And, uh, it's quite compact, Yuri. Exciting, Uh, summer event. So we'll go down there and we'll pretend like we're still on the air, You know? Oh, Okay, There's another. Let's pretend like we're doing the show. It's pretend like we're doing the show, except we won't be on the air. We can say what we really think should bring Unplugged microphones just kind of walk around and talk to people. Excuse me. We'd like to enter. Bring that old Lincoln log to you. When you were a kid home. I'll go home and get it. I'll meet you guys out there. Yeah, Okay. All right, Let's meet down at bash. At least. If you've gotten insurance question, you could talk to your nana. But she'd probably just tell you how she ensured her couch from stains by covering it with plastic. Or you could talk to your local Geico agent. They'll give you a different kind of warm and fuzzy with personalized assistance for all your insurance needs. Like how you could be saving on your policies..
"indianapolis" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Fly even if it couldn't fly the men were at least out of the water in safe from sharks after sunset. The first of the rescue ships arrived the us j doyle. Six other ships arrive to get the remaining survivors. The sea plane which landed wasn't able to fly again so it was abandoned and sunk by one of the ships of the approximately nine hundred men who survived the initial sinking of the ship. Only three hundred sixteen were rescued. There was an investigation into the incident. After the rescue took place they found that the navy system of tracking ships was deeply flawed. The fact that no one knew that the indianapolis hadn't arrived was a huge problem in the navy's tracking procedures. Furthermore before the ship sunk. It did manage to send out a radio signal. It turns out that three different radio stations receive the signal but none of them acted on it. One unit commander was drunk. Another had been told not to be disturbed and yet another thought. It was a japanese trick. The captain of the indianapolis was charles. Be mcvay the third. He was one of the last to abandon ship. And one of the three hundred sixteen survivors in november of nineteen forty five. He became the only captain of a navy ship in world. War two to be court-martialed for losing his ship. He was brought up on charges. Failing to order his men to abandon ship and.
"indianapolis" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Or sixty kilometers per hour or thirty eight miles per hour during the bombing of pearl harbor. The indianapolis was in the pacific conducting a mock bombardment of johnston atoll when it was immediately recruited into the hunt for japanese aircraft carriers that were responsible for the attack in nineteen forty two. The indianapolis was assigned to pop into guinea where it served as an escort for american aircraft carriers and later for escorts to australia later in nineteen forty two and through nineteen forty three he was assigned to the aleutian islands where it assisted in the island hopping campaign to take the islands back in nineteen forty three it returned to hawaii for refitting and then was made. The flagship of the fifth fleet was then involved in the island hopping campaigns in the pacific taking part in most of the battles of the pacific campaign. Tarawa khuwaj aline ploughs. I pan all the way through the battle of okinawa in nineteen forty five after serving with distinction throughout the war. It was in the summer of nineteen forty-five this story takes place. The uss indianapolis was assigned to a secret mission. On july sixteenth. They left the naval base in san francisco carrying the most important package of the war. Their departure was just hours after the trinity explosion in new mexico which detonated the world's first atomic bomb. Their top secret cargo was half the world's supply of enriched uranium-235. Their assignment was to deliver this to the island of tinian where it would be assembled as part of the atomic bomb known as little boy which was dropped on hiroshima. It set a speed record arriving in pearl harbor on july nineteenth and then travelled unaccompanied completely silent to the island of tinian were delivered. Its cargo on july twenty. Sixth from there went to guam to swap out crew to refuel it left. Guam headed to the island of lane the philippines for training. However the indianapolis never arrived in late at fifteen minutes after. Midnight july thirtieth. The ship was struck by two torpedoes from a japanese submarine. the torpedo. strike was totally unexpected and the indianapolis went down in only twelve minutes. An estimated three hundred souls went down with the ship. This left however almost nine hundred sailors floating in the water. There were few lifeboats and not everyone had a life preserver. They were floating in the middle of the ocean and no one knew where they were. Little do they know that their nightmare was just beginning stranded floating in the open ocean. There were several problems at the survivors. Were facing the first risk was obviously drowning. The longer you're in the water the greater the risk of exhaustion. The greater the risk of your life vests becoming waterlogged and the greater the risk of drowning. The second was dehydration. You can't drink seawater so everyone would. Effectively be slowly dehydrating especially considering that they were out in the open sun. Finally the most terrifying prospect was sharks. The location where the ship sunk was in some of the most shark-infested water in the world and the sharks. That were there. Were some of the world's most aggressive the oceanic white tip shark. The ship sank in pitch darkness while the sailors in the water could hear each other. They could barely see each other. The sharks were attracted by the sounds of the explosion and the movement of the men and of course blood in the water the first night the sharks mostly attacked the dead bodies in the water. When the sun came up most of the men began to join up and link arms with each other by joining a group in improve their buoyancy..
"indianapolis" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"At fifteen minutes after. Midnight july thirtieth. The ship was struck by two torpedoes from a japanese submarine. the torpedo. strike was totally unexpected and the indianapolis went down in only twelve minutes. An estimated three hundred souls went down with the ship. This left however almost nine hundred sailors floating in the water. There were few lifeboats and not everyone had a life preserver. They were floating in the middle of the ocean and no one knew where they were. Little do they know that their nightmare was just beginning stranded floating in the open ocean. There were several problems at the survivors. Were facing the first risk was obviously drowning. The longer you're in the water the greater the risk of exhaustion. The greater the risk of your life vests becoming waterlogged and the greater the risk of drowning. The second was dehydration. You can't drink seawater so everyone would. Effectively be slowly dehydrating especially considering that they were out in the open sun. Finally the most terrifying prospect was sharks. The location where the ship sunk was in some of the most shark-infested water in the world and the sharks. That were there. Were some of the world's most aggressive the oceanic white tip shark. The ship sank in pitch darkness while the sailors in the water could hear each other. They could barely see each other. The sharks were attracted by the sounds of the explosion and the movement of the men and of course blood in the water the first night the sharks mostly attacked the dead bodies in the water. When the sun came up most of the men began to join up and link arms with each other by joining a group in improve their buoyancy. They were able to give each other moral support and they could keep the sharks at bay and a group. The men could all clearly see the sharks. They were swimming under and around them survivor. Edgar herald recorded the scene in the open water as quote at any given time. You could look out and see big fin swimming around and around and around all of a sudden. You heard a blood-curdling scream and you look to see. The shark had taken him under and quote. The men in the water waited for relief to arrive but no one showed up. As the hours passed it went. In today's men became delirious from the sun exhaustion and dehydration. Some began swimming to illusionary islands. Off in the distance some would break away from their groups and started thrashing making them easy targets for the sharks. When someone in the group died they would often push the body away trying to placate the sharks for a while by offering up one of the corpses
"indianapolis" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"Be unless you up. It'd be you know what about it happened. Though they found out there was no attention but kid. You had a key to their house. I'm not sure why. Given ted you key their house and the police believe that somebody snuck in the back door and wave home. 'cause the three men currently all came there at different times. Here's enough size. The slits wrote all three men had really bad blows to back. Look like it was done with a tire iron or some similar tool also they believe that whoever been stuck in the house and backdoor has hit a tire company helpless up time up. Finally that was given to david. Gather all the information out. The prosecutor actually considered the case closed. Again it was thirty years later. So is it officially closed. Because every time. I look up information about this case. It always says that it's still open. No i had the prosecutor santa essays statement that said what did he say he says messy we got prostate gets a message from deputy prosser. Jon kamen abandoned ball could involve north south skate from years. The message commerce. It is bombed in my personal opinion that most like a ten year old on with accomplished committed. These crimes is michael. Spirit condition baseball. My h francis knowledge history station where they give me exceptional clearance enclosed. They could solved solve closed. But now you're gonna say why didn't this make the papers why did you. Why did you look now open. Let me tell you why. And nineteen seventy-one. The police had assured public numerous times that they saw this case. This case would be solved this vicious murder. We brought to justice. Okay they over and over and of course a blue interface because eventually couldn't do it eventually had they just put a case that's unsolved so that was bad. That was embarrassing. Enough in nineteen ninety-one. Please came bombed the case against two and they actually arrested people in this case again. Blew up to her face in indiana. There's no born converter. If you're a restaurant murders no bond and west exceptional case with judge. Think this week it. Can't you know it's not a good case or the judge length. Care horton new. Some five thousand dollar bonds and to judge based court just most ridiculous case i've ever seen so that afternoon passionate dropped charges so again because this whole thing police face again so when roy started getting on information this case i've met with the chief of investigation chief of police and they were really hesitant about openness case again because again in our face twice before so that's all they basically okay. He's okay all the case. Do what you need to do but no media. The news be does not know about this. We don't want immediate. Call this at all and i can see their point because again something blows your face twice a little scared and third time. So we did. I never did make any kind of media relations on no the case had been solved. Do you think anything will ever be given to. The media showed that this case was officially solved. There's a nineteen seventy-one it happens. Nobody cares that much anymore as it now this this this happened twenty years ago. Everybody really excited. 'cause there's a whole app enlisting nine hundred ninety one when carol schwartz reopen that case. There's much ac again and then blew up the police face. The judge the prosecutor drop all the charges and the judge. Our fans acacia school. Give birth so that they had one third round with this shelf. We solve the case. But there's no media involved in it at all so you're saying that they didn't want to take a chance of having a screw up for a third time they wanted to for solve but again we didn't announce anything because the media they didn't want to make because i'm in nineteen ninety one thousand nine hundred seventy one. They have nasty me a number of cases.
"indianapolis" Discussed on NASCAR America
"They got to me. I love. I love every moment the cameraman on the far right. There's my cameraman. Kevin and allies like a talk to our producer. Trevor and i'm like down there and get him after like twenty minutes and the scene played al and the answer was rightly know. Let let it play out. What an incredible scene and it never gets old watching it. And you're happy for everybody. You know mike chang and elliott obviously but the fans just soaked it in. That was the amazing thing to me. And i kept telling the television. Nobody's leaving nobody's leaving. I mean this was thirty minutes. Forty five minutes afterwards even known as victory lap. Nobody left and it just was incredible. I mean it had the the palpable sense. And i don't know if it had the same thing for you and the various hugging jim meyer in the in the media's internet but you just knew you're watching history and the fans knew they were watching history and for me when it reminds me the most marty was probably two thousand five brickyard four hundred when tony stewart finally broke through them one indianapolis motor speedway his hometown track and the same sense of history. Sort of took over at the end of that raised. I think happened. Sunday with alia was closing on the checkered flag and jeff. I love to get your perspective. You've raised at the brickyard for years. And what morning. Just said i think is really true. The fans appreciate racing at the speedway. I think in a different way than a lot of other racetracks for you go to a lot of nascar tracks and i feel like you have your fan base. Is there cheering for different drivers with indianapolis motor speedway almost feel like the fan base cheers for the story. Lines are cheers more the race itself. I agree.