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"josh price" Discussed on Bad Friends
"I play with a kid named Ramey Remy have heard about our this kid, right, yeah! If? He put on if he streamed. Because sometimes, I'll go. My manager will call. In I'll put. Everyone paused a stream the all pause it because I want to talk to them or my manager about things you just trusting all these random strangers from the know their friends now. You don't even know them. I know them I know them as much as I. Know anybody else. All you know about them that you enjoy playing video games together. When you're playing, listen is not as you when you're playing. You're going to give you some philosophical depth about you playing a video game. Best friends with somebody. No, but I'm just saying that what you think to yourself is. Is that when I'm playing? As if we're constantly strategizing, what are you talking about? We talk about. How was your day at work? You know this happened. Members me, what is Ramey do for work? He used to work at a car dealership, but then he got far now. He works at a four star hotel as a receptionist because he's moving here in September trying to save his money. Wise coming A. because he wants to do. He owes used to work for like a A sports local sports show in his hometown of Georgia, and Um he he was doing their social media, and he also was producing some. Some segments always wanted to live in that world. He's a huge fan of yours huge fan of mine. He's a huge podcast fan. All of the he's become a real friend. He's I'm friends with all of them, but the other people you don't know as well only Fred play with people that I know in the beginning. Yes, I'll be yes, but ones that I'm playing with now, so you're developing a relationship with either fight friends in love with these people, on the Internet yet not, it's not that people from the Internet. They're just kids that are always on. How old are they? Rameez twenty. How old are the rest of them? With this name Josh Price Nice Kid from Denver Fourteen fifteen. No, he has like a little deficiency. Oh He's disabled just in the silence mind. And Yeah and then I play with a guy named Matt. Who Lives in Wales and he's a He's a tech window instructor, but he's missing an arm. That's gotta be tough. Yeah, if you look at it Instagram, he's just going how the whole time which is what? He uses his legs and then this one is. Only as he can only do. It's enough, yeah! Get over. But. He doesn't wear those prosthetic things. Yeah, he just us, you know he's a the nut freaks. People out of enough. Well, you know knobs to me need to be perfected, do you? Do you policy? Polish or do you caller? I would you know like you know a pool cue? That blue staff. For my nub, 'cause, you want more attention on the now I feel like most people don't want any attention on the not yet or you know when gymnasts they use that powder. Cha. Put that that, and then we'll dries it out but not. Done and then I would scrape it with fucking sandpaper I go to Home Depot. Get a sheet of sample. Scrape it, so just evens out smooth. Smooth it out. Yeah, I would do I'd get a prosthetic. Yeah, with with skin outside. You know that it looks like an arm, but I want twice as long as my other one so I just want one arm like this one on like this. Time just. Just, a huge left arm and the other ones like this and just have a string where you just kinda. Yeah, yeah, control it or you could probably get a tattoo. Will I know a friend who has who has an art has a missing limb, and he has tattoos all over it like the first he got was. You should see the other guy on his nub. And underneath he wrote. don't play with knives. And then he's got all these got tons of tattoos joking about the NUB, and then just to give shape and art to it. It's an art club. His name is up. Make It, so it looks like you know it's infected. Urine like it's almost like you know. People are like that just happened and you're like. Oh Yeah, you could go in and do that because every time. Yeah, we just walk into a bank. People I would constantly you know how they can have those those firesuits. You know how they can. They can put enough of that stuff onto. I would constantly light it on fire, and just way round. That's that's how you could get free shit walking summer. As they would run out, take shit. Blow it off and then go out the back. If you could lose one of your limbs. What would you lose? If I could if you if you if you had to choose? Both or got to choose a lender like these are the kind of games. The kind of questions that you play when you're remember in high school, you'd go camping for the first time with your buddies. And you would. You know. To Do, there's nothing to you. Set the fire. There's nothing to do see just kind of gets WANNA play game It'd be like yeah is like. All right so. Would you fuck bobby? Mia Randy. Why I know where that's going, yeah! 'cause you're like both I'd fuck both of them now. This ends up being an orgy. This is what you're trying to say. You're trying to do one of these things on trying to get me involved in something that you did. To my friends like you, did you Weirdo I have six bill when you go out to camp. Anybody, psych, show your penis. No you did do a lot of weird stuff like that. When you were a kid, you had weird moments of doing we're I guarantee you. You had a moment in the woods with a friend. Who made you do something uncomfortable, didn't didn't they? Navy Yeah Yeah. You're trying to make it seem like everyone had that experience. The weirdest thing we ever did was a leg. Yeah. You'd lose a leg. Yeah, right or left. My left leg why? It's the week out of all my limbs. You do have a bad left leg. Denise and I good. you're just talking about arms and legs correct. Yeah, but you can't get a prosthetic. What no left arm then! left-arm! Yeah, because you're right arm to Jack Off US. Oh, also the guy! The Guy Matt who plays with from Wales, Lemme. Isn't they met Libby no Matt Knubben. Nothin Ya yes, one arm matinee. Yeah, I don't know how he plays, but he plays with the NUB. Is that on the on the joystick? And then the buttons are as right hand I think he uses his Knob Knob, and then he plays, but he's very good on a computer desktop, or this is on ps four. Well, you know with warzone. You can pull people most people. A lot of people play it on computer. How many is it PS five now? It's all cross platform. What do you have a PS? Four is five out coming out. When does it come out soon? Are you excited not really like it? Do you? I don't get excited about any technology I. Do all my iphone comes out I was like I'm not like. What can you play video games so much? Wouldn't that be? It's like saying a new piece of golf equipment comes out I. Do get excited, because I'm like that would be cool to use. Yeah, but when new console comes out, the Games aren't really necessarily. The first generation of the council games are always getting necessarily that great because Beta. Yeah but. Yeah I I'm not that excited? You know, but in terms of wars or let's go back to that I've only asked you to play because..
"josh price" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Of Missouri that's the detainment struggling for where they had a good upset win over we can agree was in the bill the fact Thursday at and so we wanted and you know I just go to Google for women's coach bill Walker stackable program kind of get it going right hand up our guys did a great job led by maybe a little bit more central with eighteen points and twelve rebounds and Josh price with twelve point to make eight point five pharmacists we're we're starting to play better so to get healthy finally take us a long time and I would fight that blog and try to get our team together so good will in the world get through you know all those go you gotta you go over to your local all of our life yeah I think the other thing to do is that that makes that to a five hour bus ride tolerable all the way back you know yeah you know scheduling gods good a lot of Korea in insulate Los tonight there was gold or the wrong your theory but all in all it was good good good good where are you get a day off tomorrow named coach this season the ball over he just got started what we're also in the conference tournament does any but you're in a good spot right now I mean I really think your I agree with the idea or weak it's weird you know that the ease of database right now but I already knew that was installed in the air or water started so I think we're nine and five in the but bell had a weekend I got because they at rockers by William Hill on Thursday it will tell our kids on Monday we went there a couple weeks ago and they were great hello you know and and they'll look at all the way what a year yeah absolutely U. S. sign on the road with the a very impressive road win eighty nine sixty three at Missouri yes anti Rodney Watson continued good luck to you and the screaming eagles have a safe trip back echo star once coming up we'll spend some more time talking about championships championship Saturday is a pretty cool night now I don't care what anybody says and so we're gonna talk more basketball also a reminder of the boys pairing show comes up on the twenty third of this month so be ready for them right now our focus is championship basketball around the state I do want to remind you all of our conversations can be heard again and again as many times as you like on a podcast version in the in the sports store dot com pictures videos we love them send to us at I. N. D. sports forecast a guy is T. and I guess on base we're gonna come back we'll talk basketball later on tonight will also talk a little NBA basketball action then it was basketball they in Indiana cool day to be a Hoosier on that plus more college basketball scoreboard up to rob counted coming up on Indiana sports talk.
"josh price" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast
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"josh price" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast
"The best rigs out there, but we got to have the right people. So it's really taken the experience. We've got to develop our people and train, our people, the right way to deliver our, our service to our customers, the right way, the way we want to do it. So it's really about training and development and bring in the new people in and doing it the right way. Do you have a business toll that has helped you the most or that you utilize with your team members not necessarily a business tool? But I come from a project management background. So, so I look at a lot of things from a project management perspective. So very organized. Very you know, you get a plan you execute that plan, you monitor it, and then you, you close it out, and you get lessons learned. It's a continuous improvement cycle. But the way I've always looked at it is from a kind of a project manage, respective any, it doesn't have to be a massive capital project. It can just be an initiative, or something that you really look at through the project limbs, tell me social media has really grown and we all have to use it. Dan? How do you utilize the social media to your advantage? How do you how, how does that help you with neighbors? We here, at least in our operation out here we have superintendents, we have operations managers. We have our rig manager's at the rigs and each group will we'll have one big like what's at account that will all kind of communicate with each other. And then each separate group, so each superintendent will have his rigs, they'll have their own text account or text string that they'll all communicate with each other, and it didn't used to be like that it used to be where you had to just do Email or each rig is calling each other or their each rig is an island and they're not communicating. But. Communicating on the, you know, like a WhatsApp or something like that has really helped us because it helps us share learnings in share experiences. That's great. I've heard really things about what's up. And I think it's a fantastic way to connect everyone now on the other spectrum. How do you keep your team members off of maybe social media and Facebook when they should be working? Well, on the rigs, we don't allow phones. So when they go on tower they got to keep their phone in the in the trailer, so they shouldn't have phones out there in the rig manager's. They've they've got so much going on every day. I don't think they get a chance to even look at their phone usually. So we haven't had that much problem with, with people over using social media. I haven't seen that in my experience. That's good. I mean that really is. And I asking from a business standpoint and from parents, Tampa. How do we manage this this phone? We still have some people that wouldn't even know what what's app is. So it's, it's, it's no, we haven't seen much issue with it. That's great. It's actually been a good tool for us a rather than a hindrance. I love that. Let's talk a little bit about motivation. I think motivating team members and employs. It's different for everyone. How do you motivate yours I let them do their job? I try not to, I try not to micromanage them. I try to let them manage their teams and do their work and make mistakes, and coach them when they make mistakes, but I think it's important for people to make mistakes and fails them times. And because that's how you learn. So what I try to do is I try to let them do their job and watch him. But, but I definitely don't try to micromanage. I think that's a, that's a very de motivating thing to have somebody looking over your shoulder all the time. Absolutely. How about books are podcast. You have any that you listen to all the time, sorry to say, I don't listen to pod. Cast. But I, I will start I will certainly start I love to read, and I was a major political science. I minored in history, and I love history. I read history all the time as a matter of fact, I am reading a reading autobiography nano of historical biography of every US president right now. And I'm on on Ulysses s grant, which if I'm not mistaken was number seven, no eighteen was eighteenth US president. So I've got quite a few to go, and this is a it'll probably take me about five years to get it done. But I'm I'm going to move through it, but I love I love that. It's a, that's what I like to do a lot farther than I am. So that's fantastic. And what is it that you love about reading history books? What is it that just keeps you coming back, you know, because most of the history books, I read it is from past history when I say pasture Serie couple at one hundred years ago and, and a lot of respects they dealt with the same issues we dealt with. You know, like, for example, reading, I'm reading about Ulysses grant right now. So he was during the civil war era. The antebellum in the in the post civil war era, and at that time they were just starting telegraphs. So it's not too dissimilar to what we do now with the internet and social media. This was telegraphs were so new to them, it used to be you'd write a letter and send it and somebody got it and maybe a month or two, and, and then telegraphs was the first time there was almost instant communication. So there's, there's a lot of parallels between men and now and if you if you read about it, you can really see what how they dealt with it, and see if that's applicable to that, the telegraph was, like, what's up? How about quotes? Do you have a favorite quote that you live by I do have favorite quote? It's when you get to the end of the rope tie. Hang on. That was that was FDR World War Two I love that. You can tell your history buff. That's fantastic. Let's talk about what you look for, in hiring employees because I think a lot of people are moving here to the basin. Looking for the opportunity. What is it, you're looking for attitude? I think attitude is you can again. I said before we want to train, and develop our people, we can we can train, we develop we can, we can give the expectation in the standard, but you have to have the right attitude, and that's a personal decision is having the right attitude. So I look for attitude, do they want to do they do they want to be part of a team. Do they wanna be part of an organization that that's going to develop them? And if they have that, right. Attitude than than you, can you can you can make a hand out of and. I know you said, you've been with neighbors since the beginning, what advice, would you give to someone that maybe as thinking of starting in oil and gas business or just getting their foot in the door right now because of all the opportunities again, what I would say is don't try to just get in the office right away. I would say get out the field. Really? Get a good sense of the business from the ground up and again, because the the, the guys the men and women who do the work out the field. They're the ones that truly bring in the value and you have to you have to put yourself in their shoes for a little while get out and work and have a positive attitude, and you're good to great industry to be. I mean, there's so much opportunity in this industry. And I think it's a great industry. I'm glad on part of what do you want your legacy to be in this industry? Oh, I don't know. I've never thought about that. I've still got away to go. You're young young. And, but I can say what I would like to if I eventually leave the permeating and move on somewhere else. What I what I. I've always wanted to do. I wanna make for neighbors in particular. I wanna make the Permian the place where people want to come work. I want them to say you know what I want to go and be part of that. So that's something we're trying to build out here. If you're pitching someone across the world right now, what would you say to them? Why would you tell them that they need to come work here? This is the place to be. There's no other area. There's no other region in the world and gas business. That, that that is so booming right now. I mean, this, this is the place to be. International. There's there's pockets of a lot of activity. But, but as far as activity this, this is where it's at, and there's a lot of good people out here and a lot of opportunity. Let's talk about your journey. I know you've had a really how do I explain this? I mean just your experience, just your worldly experience really in your journey has taken you all over the world. What would you say to someone on a similar journey that could maybe just give them a little bit hope? Because they're thinking frustrated, I'm you know, maybe not where I wanna be right now. Yeah. I would say and I said it before is I've always been willing to go wherever, and don't just because maybe they ask you to go somewhere that you might not wanna go don't pass up the opportunity because there's always opportunity in any any a new job. So I would say, be open and really think about it before you say, no just, you know, it's, it's always a new experience. New experiences are always fun. So take take the experience and the Permian basin is a great place to be. What's your favorite thing about it so far from a non work standpoint? The people have great. I mean we we've gotten to a great neighborhood. We really good neighbors kids got a lot of friends, and it's just a friendly place to be I can't say, I'm, I'm from Houston, and I, you know, the traffic there is horrible traffic. Here's pretty bad, too. So nothing like Houston though, right? It's getting there, though the only the only thing I would ask you is more fishing spots. But I don't think anybody can do anything for that or I've been looking for water for a while. Here we need more water. Is there anything that you when you knew that you were going to be interviewed, and sit down with me during this podcast that you really wanted to get out that maybe we haven't touched on yet? No, I don't think so, you know, just the permanent is, it's a great place to be. I know a lot of people are hesitant when they hear west Texas, but really are great people, there's a lot of things to do out here. And again, there's a lot of opportunity. So I urge people to, you know, recommend people to come out here. Thank you. We appreciate you sharing about your experience your journey and a little bit more about neighbors, and we wish you much success, you already doing great. So I know that it's just gonna keep on going for you. So thank you so much for sharing how can people find you on social media? I don't have social just talking about this. Like I don't do Facebook, I mart. How would they find neighbors? Neighbors. They can find neighbors on social media on linked in and Facebook. Good for you. Staying off there does. And that's why you read so many books. Thank you so much, Josh for your pre shit. You spending this time with us today, and it's been fun getting to know you better knowing your journey. So thank you so much. It's time now for today's community MVP and today's community MVP is a no-brainer and it's easy sheriff, Gary painter longtime Midland county sheriff painter passed away at his home. Painter enlisted in the United States Marine corps in nineteen sixty six and served two towers of duty in Vietnam. He.
"josh price" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast
"Producing regions, the area in west Texas and southeastern New Mexico could nearly double crude oil production by the year, twenty twenty three but who are the leaders behind this economic powerhouse? And what is their story? This is Permian perspective. I'm your host Krista as skinny. Sponsored by Baker Hughes. GE company, inventing smarter ways to bring energy to the world. Hello, everyone. Welcome to this week's episode of premium perspective. I'm so happy to be sharing this time with all of you. I'm sitting here in Midland Texas this afternoon with Josh price the area manager for neighbors drilling. Thank you so much for being our guest today. Josh grabby. I look forty hearing your story and we'll talk in just a minute. But first, I wanted to thank everyone for leaving this five star reviews in, I tunes, we so appreciate the reviews that we've received so far, and for apple choosing Permian perspective to be on their new and noteworthy list. Thank you so much. Also a special thanks to Christina Lee Wiggins for this five star review. She said the best in the basin. Such an informative entertaining podcast for anyone living in the oil patch and out of the oil. Patch to listen to thank you so much Christina. We appreciate those kind words already. Josh, thank you so much for sitting down with us today. A first of all, tell us how did you get started in the oil and gas industry? I got started thirteen years ago. I've been with neighbors my whole career. I came out of university of Houston, with a political science degree and wondered, what am I going to do with political science degree? So my father had been in the oil business for over thirty years. And he said, well, why don't you go try to get with a drilling contractor? It's a good opportunity, so guy with neighbors and it went well from there. So been with them ever since antastic him when you were getting this degree in political science. What were you thinking at the time like where was the direction you're I was always interested in politics? And I actually in my senior year, I intern for a political campaign, and that's when I knew that, that's not what I wanted to do so change from that, and that's great advice, I always tell anyone to intern somewhere. See if you even like it. Yeah. It was, I loved politics. But that that's when it changed for me. Well, good for you. Dad gave some great advice on. You then went to this company. Tell us a little bit about what the next step was. So I started with neighbours I went into their management training program and the first thing they told me to do is go to the North Slope in Alaska and work on the rigs for a little while. So I went to the North Slope in Alaska for about a year and I- rotated every two weeks on and off my two weeks off in Houston. I wasn't at home. I was in the office and doing different work in the office. Then I two weeks later, I'd go back to the North Slope. So got me, a good ground up view of the, of the business, and it was the best experience. I've had I, I truly recommend anybody who's gonna start in this business to really get ground up view, and see what the what the men and women in the field do every day. Because because they're the ones that make things happen. Absolutely. And then you're hooked after that. Yeah. I love it. I love tell us how you got here to the Permian basin. It was a roundabout way. So after I did my stint in Alaska, they asked me to go to the. National division. So I went over to the international division. My first overseas assignment was in Bolivia. I spent about six months down there, winding that operation down. And then after that, I got moved to Brunei in southeast Asia, my wife, and I lived there for about two years. We had a contract there with with shell got to travel all over south East Asia. And then after that, when that finished went to Romania for a little bit did a little bit of work in Romania, and then I moved to casick's thin, I was the area manager in Kazakhstan for about three and a half years. So I lived in Almaty Aktau, an Avro, and those are the three main cities in Kazakhstan where the all businesses there, did three and a half years there after that went to Columbia. I was a project manager in Columbia, when we took eight rigs in four new rigs and four refurbish rigs took those in there for echo patrol after that. I moved to Dubai. And at by this time we had two kids, so the. Grew up in Dubai. We were there for about four years. And at the time when I went to buy, I was looking after our operations in Kuwait Qatar, the, the former Soviet Union's Russia and casick's STAN, as well as Romanian west Africa. Wow, you are really world traveler. Yeah. We, we spent eleven years overseas. You know, that's why I love the so much. I got to I got to travel to over thirty different countries as, as part of that and used up my passport quite a bit. And it has been it's just been great. I've loved it. And after by went to Houston. I was a manage our projects global projects for, for a while partly out of Dubai, and into Houston. And we were in Houston from June of two thousand fourteen and then just a little over a year ago. They asked me to come out to the permit and manage our business here and thought it was a great idea. So we came up, we've always been willing to go wherever I it sounds like it, and you're really bringing that experience from all over, tell me, what are some of the similarities and differences. You see from. All of your travels across the world to here in the basin. So good question. And because there's a lot of similarities. I mean a rig is a rig whether you're in Saudi Arabia or the Congo or the permanent rig so really in your drill your Joan Welles, and while each well is is unique and different the fundamentals are still the same the differences are in international. It's I don't want to say more challenging, but there's is more unique. I think in, in the case that each country, you work in has different challenges from government regulations to local content requirements to supply chain trying to get parts in and out where here, it's quite easy to get parts. Even though you know, in the Permian right now there can be bottlenecks, but it's you're not waiting weeks to get it. Right. So you now are here in the Permian bring that wealth of knowledge. What is your plan for the next twelve months for neighbors? And first of all, tell everyone, what neighbors does so neighbors we have drilling. Contractor or the, I think the best in class drilling contractor out here, we operate forty rigs right now in the Permian, and we also offer a suite of other services besides drilling. We have directional tools. We have software packages for the rigs casing running services. So neighbors has been out in the Permian for a long time. This is a great business for us out here, and we're excited to be here for the long-term, antastic activity, the next twelve months, where do you see it going? And where do you see neighbors playing a role in it? You know, I, I wish I had a crystal ball to say where I thought it would go, but I, I mean from my perspective. My personal perspective is and talking to most of our customers out here I feel like the next twelve months will be good. There is a dip right now and we're all kind of living through that and managing that. But from the customers, we have that we've talked to that they don't they don't seem like they're going to be slowing down too much. So I, I see the next twelve months as positive and we're looking forward to over the years. You've seen the ups and downs of oil and gas business. How have you managed that with your team, it's been tough? You know, when I first got to casick's, Dan, I got to Kazakhstan in August of two thousand eight and we had what we have six rigs running at the time. And if you remember in October of two thousand eight is kind of when the market fell and we went down to by the end of the year. We're two ridge. So it was very tough. We lost a lot of good people. But the market came back eventually and then just in two thousand fourteen also we went through that again. And it's it's always hard to make those tough decisions. But we get through it, and we, we keep going, of course, then you went through the growth of two thousand twelve. Yes. What do you think is the biggest challenge, or is the biggest challenge when you are in a growth pattern for us? I have to say, people just restaffing and because a lot of times, anytime you go through downturn and you come back up. There's, there's a lot of experience that you lose that are coming back into the industry. And so it's, it's. Finding the, the new the new hires and trading them the right way in my experience has always been the most difficult thing to do. What do you like best so far about the Permian basin? The work is great. The people are great. I love the people out here. I grew up in Edmond Oklahoma, which is a similar sized town and reminds me a lot of that. So Edmund was kind of a an oil and gas town as well. And it reminds me of the people there. So the, the people here are great and the dust storms, and the tornadoes course, ruin feels like home, right? Tell me what have you learned the most through the years that you will be applying here in the Permian basin. Really to me, it goes back to people because everything we do is, is people based, I think neighbors has.
"josh price" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"So I believe that he would be somewhere and Trump painting for trauma. Would be my hope would be that he's Trump's business managers. Something like that something big where he's dealing. Somewhere last night in the drunken madness. Somebody pitched that max comes back with aids. Penny. Penny gets it to lose. I believe the pitch went like no offense. Max things aids. Penny looks good. Because he's lost a lot of weight. Z. I basically care has sex max. And then she gets pregnant, and then she gets pregnant with Max's, baby stellar they doesn't have. We can't use that now. Coming soon. Oh my. Yeah, a lot of fun last night. No. No children. I not to be too sentimental about that. But I do love this. This is so strange. I'm going in and out of stuff today. I'm crying, I love the dynamic of Brandon Jane, especially now, like you don't see on television. Mary couples that love each other that like. Are not stressing about like are we going to have a kid or what they were just a married couple that were in love and living in an awesome apartment? And like it was it was really refreshing. And I still don't think that, that you see that on television. And you never see a married couple moving as a unit. It's always, like there's a show with a married. Couple of the problem is the marriage flight. I don't think people get married in our okay? People seem to be okay. And I I love that. I like watching those episodes. He didn't see ma'am. You mean. Where worldview Mary, that's the question. Come on. Right. That is. More before you ended. Kim, we just mentioned a few people because there's the show really was made by two hundred people. I'm not going to name them all right now. But just want to name as many writers, we can think quickly mention our fantastic line producer, matinal Dell. A adele. Hilary Winston Lee, the stran- Gail Lerner. Yankee Eric suckers armor? Brian Galvin sell, Josh price, so crag, Brian, Bradley Rossio emporer front to spend any. Seer now. Or neyla anyone else Lana, Dan. Oh, yeah. Dan Rubin in Lonzo super funding. Jason Berger tob Linden, Sean begin Sean Russell. Is this is a great way to end panel? But they were literally like watching the embodiment of movie credits. And the whole crew the crew was so awesome to and we have the same people, the whole time, and they were great. And, and. Oh, Jamie Tarsus was the executive producer show would not have happened without her. That's anyone I don't know if thank you guys. That's it for another upset of good one. Good owners produce my mic common. Justin de right at our fem- song where have you in the show at apple podcasts five stars? And hey, if you know anyone who might like the podcast, maybe tell them, what the heck you can Email any comments questions or laughing rounds with gestures to podcasts at Email dot com. Jesse David FOX, and you can follow me hat chessy, David FOX, we've back next week with a new episode new joke. Have a good one. That was a hit podcast.
"josh price" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Evansville, losing to point Loma 81-71, the head coach screaming eagles. Rodney Watson joins me on the Saint Vincent sports from. What's hotline? Congratulations. I know you lost. I got all that. But let me tell you what. Congratulations on a great season for you. And your kids. Thank you coach. I really appreciate it. It's it's a it's a tough place to get to the winning is very tough. You don't host and our kids did a great job of getting through that. And then played a very good west, Texas A and N team on on Wednesday team out of on the you know, the very far west spy Amarillo. Out of canyon. A well coached team team. We played last year out in Vegas, and they they really change their style. They're fast. I get the basket fast, and our kids just we gotta leave, and we hung onto it. They cut into we extend it and then played a great team out of San Diego point. Loma be frankly, they had never heard of the school before. And I've heard of now they. The NBA guy. Really dug MC really gotta name adult. Nah. Hamas homeless H O M E S watch for that name. He could be a guy that could get drafted. But he could get a Cup of coffee. And then maybe he's one of those guys can really shoot it. And then there long and so really good game that the great thing about the what happened for us was because the final date was in Evansville and ours. Yeah. Or the city Evansville, just such a great job surely did. Just wonderful experience for for everyone. There are people came out. It was the largest first round of tenants in the history division too. People attending the six thousand last night, the great atmosphere for all the teams and just really glad to be a part of it. Aird added bonus record setter. Alex Stein becomes the leading score in the history of screaming eagle basketball. And that is quite an accomplishment. It is it is really a great accomplishment and beat step in Jackson who did it in from eighty to eighty four to three point line. But that guy was getting some shots of hell. That's right. Right. Alex, Alex Clayton one hundred twenty six games. He averaged seventeen point six points a game. It's gonna take a really good player at southern Indiana some data top that record. It's Alex has worked in and he earned everything he's gotten and just a here's a guy that set the school record. And no one that play with him will ever say that he was one bit selfish. He he gave himself. He he played big minutes. He garden he passed the ball. Coachee we still have you still with me? Alarm to call you. You. Rodney Watson with us on the Saint Vincent sports from online. You got you got bad start last night. And you know, what we think we know? I mean, you're down Teno you come back. You're you're drawing, even you're okay. But still and they get a good start on you in the second half. And having to make those runs to get back up sap so much energy out of you. It's hard to stay with them. And we've been doing it for three weeks. That's the kicker we've been we've kind of put ourselves we played such good teams with the exception of the west Texas game and replayed Ashland in the first round the region. Those games we kinda got in front of somebody. But gosh, even that coach, you're just, you know, you're right. You're you're hanging on. But but you're right. It kind of caught up with us. Both teams played the evening game on Wednesday to start like actually played after us. So and actually our bench was a little deeper than theirs. But the reality was they have linked to Nathan played three forwards very smart in how the user forward. So they posted up with whoever we guarded with the guard. Trouble. The other the other with Nate Hanson and Jacob Norman Ornstein being the the rights triplets. Jacob are a stop or they got him into some foul. Trouble never gotten to a great. And it was just smart coaching. My their point great execution by their kids, and our kids get everything we have. But like you said, you can only, you know, at some point. We we had a we had a really good opportunity within the three minute marks. And Josh price. Indianapolis kid out of south ridge goes baseline on drive. Their big I slid over got the charge. Bill by I just as soon not watch the Phil right? Of course, I'm looking at through rose colored glasses but four point game three minutes ago. We can get that one in you never know what happens. But, but it wasn't just didn't happen to our kids gave their either heart and soul to right? Can you hang on? Sure. Absolutely. I wanna keep talking about the university of southern Indiana's tremendous season finishes in the final four at the Ford center, Evansville. That's a dream come true. Now. I'm just telling you what a great year and congratulations to Alex Stein for becoming the all time leading scorer in US history. Scoreboard Tony down to.
"josh price" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"The only show that matters. I'm your host gorgeous, George me as always as the devious and dastardly goes east coast to my left. It's the fight analysts, Dan, Tom back east producing Chombo. Josh what's up what up? Much. I just sound like Mr. Hanky radio. Okay. Which one Danner? Josh, josh. Price lap me show. Now the cartoon. Oh, all right. I'm gonna say one thing. And then you won't hear it till the end of the hour. Congrats the New England Patriots the organization the fans you did it again, six titles tying the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most titles. That's amazing Tom Brady player with the most rules ever. That's also mazing. The Rams just didn't show up. It was a crappy game. But we'll talk more about that later because it was a big game. And even those never made radio show. Hey man, this sportsbook was full yesterday. And we had a good time with the Super Bowl party that not a party just we just out and watch the game. But regardless you, gotta give credit where Credit's due and the patriots have just been a wrecking force for the last eighteen years. Right. So on Saturday you've see on ESPN, plus two took place Marlin Mariah speaking of wrecking. He kinda wrecked half L, son. So I did not see that coming. I took a sound a Asuncion on my staff picks. I took a sunset when we did our main event breakdown last week. I just saw the fight drawing out not to a decision which. Which could have been possible, which is something son satellites to do is just kind of lead you out a little bit. You know? And I thought veteran eleven and one at home no sense in rushing into anything. But mariah's had other plans mariah's stocking sons, how morass struck a sunset and eventually submitted a sons out, and it looked really easy, and he looked really slick all in two minutes and seventeen seconds. And remember guys when we entertain this ever since if I got made till when we started closing in on it and just giving predictions taking calls on it. We kept saying this could have an implication for the UC ban on we.
"josh price" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Oh, we talked about how Indiana was gonna finish that first half the last four minutes. We'll hoosiers went on a nine extended their lead by nine points in the second half. The US has done a nice job here scoring the hoosiers twelfth ten Indiana defensively. Not nearly as intense as we saw in that first half in the screaming. Eagles are getting more open looks close around the rim this Indiana defense, which looks so good in that first half Scott to pick it up here. Extend this lead past twenty and bow will come from Johnny Jaeger who will trigger the bad ball, Jaeger looks lobster into Justice. And that's the kind of play that this guy excite the crowd web. He's got his. I four fifty one thirty two he is so athletic, and he jumps out of here is a manual little to Stein on the left side. He takes a couple of dribbles and throws it to the left wing to pitch Gerald who brings it back with the past the top of the lane. And Stein looks inside goes left with FitzGerald. She grows baseline. He throws it inside unmolested tipped away a pick up by Jaeger. He drives it down the left side slows down turns around without the Justin Smith, and he gives it up to the BBC Anderson he circles lateral the weed gives it off the mcroberts. He goes back to the right now back left to the Meziane leper rubber. He baptised Jon Morgan, spins on, his bad price and price is going to be called for a foul. Tried to slam. It got more the remedy did the inside of the basket, but a foul was called. That's what makes you on Morgan different than other big in the big ten. He's able to post out post up fifteen to twenty feet away from the basket with his back to the rim. He's smart enough has got the experience to make good solid under control moves with his back to the basket that time a spin over his right shoulder to the baseline very difficult to guard. He can face. Yup. Shoot the ball. If you don't come out and garner. If you do come out guard, he's quick enough to ripe. Right by and he just fouled. Josh price out of the ball game. Boombox comes into replace him. They also bring Fitzgerald's out of the ball game. Hanson's back in there. And so is Cortlandt Martin the unbound. Jaeger finds Joon he throws it out. The Justice method drives right pulls up. Little jump runner is no good. Got his own rebound back up. Again. We'll go rebound. Amisi Anderson Anderson pulls up for a three. Grazie Handerson always known as a really good outside shooter picks up his first reporter of the season. Of course. It's unofficial exhibition games. Don't count fifty four thirty two. Now, the pass outside comes into the hands of hands or check that that is. Jacob Norman then back outside the Stein for three try. He misses this one the balls batted away at of Indiana will control it four new faces coming in for you, Dorado Davis seven mobile Langford. Cpac in the ballgame. Hopefully, Doron Davis was paying attention. How hard John Morgan worked on that low block here to start the second half. He's been extremely intentional on getting the ball. Doron? Gotta demand the balls. Well, when he gets position on the low block, Tennessee brings it across the timeline works at outside to Anderson with the basketball rights, Romeo. Lanker takes it down low. Fires up a little fifteen go and the rebound taken out of there. By Nate Hanson, Hanson, breaks down the court takes it to the right side. Tries to go left gives it outside too. Norman who flips it away to heart to Cortlandt Martin. And then they find Hanson inside to Caldwell who misses badly got his own rebound. How accidents Bouma with the rebound? He gets it. The Korla download to Hanson inside better steak normally scores. The basket I will a game for Norman and it's fifty four thirty four bass passenger derived Davis. He kicks out the Pfister gives away too. Download anderson. One left hand dribble. Another three on this Whitey hits. It. Six points for the busy Anderson. Back to back threes that it's fifty seven to thirty four now. Norman gives it up to Hansen. Your drives throws over to stymie. But a whistle blows. When we got a player with shaken up Portland Martin heard a risk or a hand. And he goes to the bench right down. Revere comes back in to see them easy. Anderson hitting a couple of threes here in the second half can't go under a ball screen against the shooter. Really good job from understanding how the defense was guarding him. When you go wonder, and that three pointers there, you stop right there rise up Dimitri Anderson chopped up with a lot of confidence. Stuck his second three here of this second half. That's past comes inside. The Rivera Rivera tried to lay one up and got away from one office out of bounds in Indiana will get it on the turnover. That's fifteen of those in this ball game now for southern Indiana. Indiana's defense has been really good and they've taken care of the ball. Pretty well today too. I hope I didn't put the kiss on him. That's eight turnovers thus far for Indiana. Here's Romeo Lankford on the left side gives out the fisker. He finds the busy Anderson. Back to the Ron Davis all on the perimeter Lankford takes it inside and kicks out. The pitcher who fakes that? He fires up three. Danas got three spring going now has stretching amac's one down about ten of the ball game is second three back. The other way, a three won't go and the rebound batted away Romeo Scott his foul by Alex Stein. Rebound from Romeo Lankford so athletic so long. He's done a nice job. First and foremost, the defensive end tonight, but he's also done a nice job on the glass. I mentioned it in the first half Romeo Langford and get involved rebound. The basketball that's gonna make Indian even more dangerous transition because he is proven spor shoot the ball or attacking the rim and Rubio will go to the free throw line having already hit four out of four tonight. He's got eight points in this ball game is only points in the second half have come from the strike. And they're wiping the, perspiration, bows. The couple of managers come out take care of that along with the official rules bay and our Romeo. We'll go to the line. Manager.
"josh price" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"One I'm sleeping better. I'm waking up and better moods. I'm shooting the ball better because my neck doesn't hurt anymore. It has completely changed. My morning routine. So you're in the best shape of your life. Where you're telling me, I'm I'm telling you come watch me play. Now, it's amazing. And a lot of it to these pillows. All right. We're ready to start the second half sack will hit back to route fantasy and brings it across the. God sister Morgan high post takes across the key. Then drives us way down inside with the left hand. Part of they just kind of spread out that time and allow to go to work forty one twenty in the hoosiers continue to spread the late Robbie steals. The basketball drives down inside at has it stripped away as he goes up. He was fouled on the play by Alex star steal from Romeo. Langford just shooting at passing lane. Almost got a huge threat. Indiana Stein gets called for the foul. I was gonna say coach Miller you got to come out here in the second half. You gotta think users are going to look for Romeo Langford and John Morgan time after time both those guys only six points in the first half. Robert the live for the second time tonight and knocks down his seventh one of the ball game. And he's three for three at the stripe. Langford was a prolific store in high school thirty five point five points. A ball game last year for his new Albany team that got beat him the summer state heartbreaking loss to Warren separate who went on to win the state championship. Now, it's forty-three twenty right here with rob heading both free ones. Alex Stein pros at outside the call. Well, he takes advantage side. Scoops it up and got it up. They what Kobe called. Well, it's going to be a nice player for the southern Indiana. Ballclub these been very good. And now Indiana does what turnover on the inbounds pass? But you're right. Don that Caldwell was a really nice move to sweat the ball over the defenders hands a nice, soft touch over the ram. You hit a three in the first half his transfer from Utah is going to be a really good player for southern Indiana Rivera will end bad. He does so Stein. He throws it out the Colwell. Colwell swings. It around the Norman he goes left side of Ribeira, the backup Stein. Top of the key. Turns around looks down. Low pass comes to the Hanson and back outside the Ribera. He lets go along one, and he will bang it in jail Ribera gets his first points of the night. And it's a three ball, and it's forty three twenty-five, Indiana. Here's fantasy with a ball the Justin Smith downloaded your wa they let him work again. A little jump hook right down the middle of the lane accident board guarantee, they're going gonna let him work. There's no doubt about that. Because he can do that all night long forty five twenty five now, Indiana by twenty points. Here's the throw outside right into the hands of fantasy takes it all the way and laser there had rob. He's got his twelfth one of the ball game. He remains the leader. In the story department, forty seven twenty five the other way, here's a jeopardy by little and he knocks Abana manual Lilla gets his first two points tonight. Forty seven twenty-seven. Here's fantasy with the basketball whistle blows. Another foul. Call this time. I think it'll be on a manual little away from the ball the Anjouan boredom or Josh link down low man, Emmanuel little picks up. His second foul. John has worked extremely hard here in the second half for position on the low block really good job in transition just pin and his man causing US Ida foul play from Morgan inbound cops Jawad, and he lays it in your mortgage got twelve point. It's forty nine twenty seven. Here with the basketball down low. This is price price throws up a fadeaway. Josh gets a block back into a manual Littles had little doubt with the basketball. He tries to work gives it out. The Rivera Ribera on the dribble. Top of the key down low fell down as he tried to get inside. I gotta say tripping Fowler stalled out Romeo and Archie biller. Didn't like I called all I didn't either. I thought Rivera kind of forced the issue there. Put his head down incidental contact. There aren't that's a travel turnover. Going the other way with the official. Didn't see it that way for a very unbalanced. But it's bad out of bounds. I think Justin Smith said it was battered by them. But. Hey, say it's off MENDIETA. They'll get another mbappe pass. And it'll be little who will trigger the bad against Justin Smith. Throws it in. It comes to Barbara Berra. Rivera takes it to the top. Then dumps it inside to price. You drives down. Away by Justice. A couple of blocks. Here are the second half already pretty impressive from the weeks. I good job from Jon Morgan, just holding his ground hands up in the air and Justice. Smith comes from the weak side and the low blocked on with cute Glock out of balance coach you almost want to keep having keep that ball. Inbounds Rivera inbounds. It's as Christ that back to Rivera Rivera on the dribble right on the way. Finally gets away to Christ price. Fires up a jumper. That's no good. Rebound battle for Justin. Smith comes up with it. Zack roberts. Roberts breaks it down. The floor gets it across the timeline mcroberts into the left side of the lane and brings it back out front. The fantasy rob hasn't. Now. Fires right to mcroberts. Download comes to Joon foul. Call on Josh price and price down low with both forearms in the back of Jawad mortgage gets his third. Struggled in the half court and coach Miller each possession in the second half has gone down to Jon Morgan. He's done a nice job finishing over both shoulders. US has no answer for the big man fantasy looks to inbound it then gets it into Robbie Lankford on the baseline righty drives the baseline that puts it up. It's knocked away. But Romeo gets us Ray bad blocked again. And then Alex, thanks got it for southern Indiana down the floor the ball in the corner to Stein, Stein lines up a three and exit Alex. Six point is three the ballgame. And it's forty nine to thirty downloaded Joon Morgan. Joon has it batted away? But it's picked up five Morgan. Jay MO tries to work inside. And again price is going to be called for a foul. Josh prices picked up two quick runs here on the second. Happy at two Quakers at the end of the first after he's picked up four files in about the last six minutes of playing darts. That's gonna bring Rodney watching working his bench a little bit of he'll bring in you, go, boom bust, six seven junior transfer out of insects. He's from Lubumbashi Congo. Yep. I don't know how he speaks English by like to find out. Here's a upper by finished save missed it and the re- backups daleks star forty nine thirty here. Stab with the ball. Throws it outside and the little little can't word throws it back out. The Rivera Rivera down in a given go to little and little puts up a little twelve footer that drops in the basket and Emmanuel Lewis got his four point forty nine. Thirty two. Now, here's rob fantasy left side to Romeo Langford rebels. This Roberts Roberts top of the key holds and throws it down low inside the Justice bet. Anna reaching follows called this time on a manual little and he's got his third. A really good set from coach Miller flare screen for Romeo for the defense has got a focus on Romeo on the weak side, which leaves Justin Smith wide open to go one on one inside the paint Indiana's got options offensively this year defenses are going to have to choose to guard the low block with whether it be Jon Morgan guard the outside with Romeo Langford Fitzgerald's comes in to replace repair. Here's a nice Bill by but he has his left handed. Layup knocked away a block. And here's a ball deflected out of bounds by Justice bet that'll blocked the southern Indiana with sixteen o one on the clock. Forty nine. Thirty two was our store and Johnny Jaeger a walk from Bloomington south getting his first opportunity this year. He'll check into the ballgame sotos. The busy Anderson is rob Monrovia Langford boasted out defensively. Indiana, low flat to start the second half already twelve points for US. I in the first four minutes of action only twenty points entire first half for the screaming eagles here. Stein. Lost the handle picked up by Rick Roberts Roberts down the Florida Justice Smith Smith has got the ball lost the handle will go out of bounds. It's gonna belong to southern Indiana. Got a little discombobulated right there. And they tried to go a little bit too fast. I think instead of just grabbing the ball slowing it down and getting themselves. Whatever the case we have time out of the fall of fifteen forty nine left in this ball game of the hoosiers in control forty nine to thirty two over southern Indiana back in a moment. This is how you basketball to care source radio network from learfield. Munchies driving you mad. Call mother bears pizza in order a monkey madness for twelve ninety.
"josh price" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Morgan. And that'll be his first of the ball game. Price likes to catch the ball right there at that Albo, and then attack the basket, you gotta come out because he'll shoot it. If you don't come out and guard, but he's done a nice job attacking the rim. Doin Morgan's had a little bit of trouble. Keep price in front of him. Really good move from the big man rice with seven points in this ball game Bendel line once before hit both free throws got a second chance at the second one. But this one does not rob. So he's two for three in the ballgame. Now, he'll have one more shot. One twenty left in the first half. Indiana's leads at its largest point thirty six to nine thousand nine hundred seventeen point advantage. And price will have one more shot. Second one is good. Eight points now for Josh price changes made in the lineup. Price goes to the sideline Rubio Langford spec on you and for the first time, but the more the ball game. More Fitzner, Tennessee Langford. And amazing Anderson. The big lineup here. Here's finish bringing it up. Gets it across the timeline. He gives it left side Langford. He flips without the goes to the right side of the circle back to cliff. More more left side of the circle hands to Langford top of the key. He drives down inside throws one up wouldn't go rebound. Taken out of there by manual. Little little comes back down. The court finds Alex Stein back to call while on the left wing. He throws it back outside the Stein Stein. Now drives across the key. He puffs on the corner Colwell to Hanson outside. He throws up a three missed it. And got the rebound. Breaks down six ten player. A senior graduate transfer into Tennessee outside the museum Anderson for trae he rooms at no good rebound tipped in there to whistle blows. And apparently a foul is going to be called against. Are you thirty five point five seconds to go? Over and the foul was called flip more. That's his first ball game time Robert fantasy missed a wide open Romeo Lankford in the corner. It's the second time here in the first half. In transition are pushing the ball that Tennessee did not hit Langford wide open in the corner. And that time hitting them, easy Anderson. Instead, you got to know who your stores are Don. Let's get the ball to the guy. That's your best score in the back court. That's Romeo Langford missed opportunity from Indiana. Bloomberg goes to the free throw line and rims..
"josh price" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Only twenty five fifteen hoosiers are only one of seven from the three point line in this first half. They've got a great opportunity though with a ten point lead. Just under the four minute. Mark here in this first half, Indiana, push this lead out deeper into double digits, a really good half defensively for this Indian who's your basketball team. But you've got to finish it out and feel good going into the second half here in southern Indiana is within striking distance mad four minutes here. Coach Miller would not like hoosiers into this first half. Morgan is going to go to the free throw line. He has two points to his credit. The senior fires up the first one. It's good. He's got his third point of the ball game. And he can increase that lead. It's twenty six to fifteen hoosiers. Biggest lead in this contest has been twelve and he could make it. So once again does two free throws for July mortgage both trap. He's got four twenty seven fifteen to score Indiana, southern Indiana ball Stein throws it left side. Kobe Colwell all well holds and gives it back. He takes it for right pulls up. Let's go a jumper. It rims out. Rebound tipped up in the air. And they're going to get credit for this one. The Josh price. It gets his boy twenty seven to seventeen that was kind of Evan Kitchener life. Yeah. Jon morgan. Yeah. I think both guys touched it. Here's the past left side of Romeo. They bring out the McGrath Burstow to Juwan he gives the Pfitzner left now mcroberts down on the wing ball batted away. Mcroberts comes up with a throws it up with a left hand draws the foul shot wouldn't go. But Zac, we'll go to the free throw line as well. And this personal we'll be was sold against Jacob. Norman that'll be his first Indiana. Trying to get the ball to Jon Morgan down on the low block a nice setup from coach Miller. Little back screen tried to get you on the low block. Zach comes up with the loose ball. Mcroberts backs down the freemen his first part of the ball game free. Throw shooting is picking up a little bit here. Seven of eleven now for Indiana, second, one grabber sheet masses it off the back of the rim. No good on Stein comes up with the rebound down the floor quickly. Colwell? He drives inside throws up a shot wouldn't go at Indiana's defense. Really good. They're here July Morgan down the other way into the lane. He will scoop it up. Dr mortgage, great body control their gets his six point and his thirty two seventeen back. The other way with two fifty to go on the half. Here's Alex Stein. Dumps it off. Off. It comes into the hands of Josh Bryce, then back out the Hanson. He gives it off to Colwell who comes let the Stein. He drives into the key. Throws it back outside call rather? Yeah. Give us a call. Well who throws up a shot from about seventeen and he knocks down. He's got his seven points back. The other way, Robb finishing throws it outside into the hands of Joon Morgan Lankford on the left wing back outside the end of the lane. He scoops it up. What a terrific by fantasy down low and underneath draws the foul as he hits the lead prices for his first personal file as a freshman finished. He's going to be playing against bigger guys in to see him finish around the rim as well. As he has here in the first half, the second finish inside around traffic that was a beautiful rule English off the glass for the N one. So rob fantasy to the live for free throw here. And he drops it did ac- who came into his last year is a score twenty nine points scoring average at mccutcheon high school, and he was a real key to their success. The last three years thirty three nineteenth school, right? Mary Indiana top. Here with the ball is Kobe Colwell left side. Cut off by Roberts bats pricey runs. Right into the rob venison. That's a charge. And so price picks up that personal that'll be his second quick here. Two or toot ago in Agana can increase the lead. They've got it up to fourteen right now and Morton prized inbound he does to finish. Hey, rob. We'll bring it up. Yes. It across the timeline goes right side with a past Amisi. Andersen. Back in the game. He drives to the baseline. He turns around throws out the fixture. Three on the way. God. Hold here with his first three of the cat tested, his tabloid thirty six to nineteen suddenly a seventeen point who's your lead pass outside comes. The Nate Hanson Hanson goes back to Kobe Colwell to Alex Stein of the right wing back to the top of the key to Hanson. He goes back to call. Well, left side of the circle then back out product comes into the hands of chance coiled coil gives it up the price. Price fakes that drives down low pros up a shot mode go, but the foul will be called on Jon.
"josh price" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Health insurance. This is healthcare heart. Back watch it here at Simon Scott assembly hall, Indiana fifteen southern Indiana, eight eleven fifty two here in the first half of play all season long Papa John's get forty percent off online pieces at regular venue prices. Ten percent of the discounted price donated to the dance supportive Riley hospital for children use promo code IUD. Portia Papa John's dot com. We talked about this Indiana's defense, and what you expect from this athletic group. Coach Miller and his staff is putting out on the court US. I only has eight points in the first eight minutes of action only thirty percent from the field for the screaming. Eagles has been there on the catch the pressuring of all out beyond the three point line defenses there in the help side, it has been very tough for southern Indiana. Any good looks at the rand oftentimes shooting, the plastic and Sean as shock hawks winding down. This defense has looked really good. The offense has started slow, but a seven point lead for the. Hoosiers. Rahmael Lankford Zach Roberts back in the game with Fitzner, rob Fitoussi. And Joel mortar now. All past outside of this. Gerald's. He gives it off to Jacob Norman. Goldman gives it back admits Cheryl she tries to three it's off the Mark and the rebound taken out of their bikes. Toby Calwell, very active for southern Indiana. He tried to throw a three I paid. Maybe a little tip on that one comes away with the air ball down a floor, Tennessee with it off the top of the key Droese right gives the mcroberts. He swings back left and they're going to call Romeo for traveling violation. Not sure he agreed with the call. But he didn't say a thing. This kid doesn't show emotion at all. Yeah. A little extra step on the dribble. Handoff might be. A I I haven't seen a travel. Call on a simple dribble. Handoff much defensive pressure. Here is this Gerald's with the basketball. I have a comment, but I'm not going to say now the ball. Nate hazard Bassus at right-wing. Download the goes inside tries to drive it back baba Bouba, and that is and gives it back to call. Well, Paul well now dribbles it back outside and goes, right? Lost the handle gives it off to Hansen who fires up a jump shot. Short. Rebound comes to fettuccine. Here comes in the Atta rob the ball. Jon Morgan right-wing tried to go baseline. And they're going to call the foul or are they they're going to say you lost it, and you got pretty good. But they say it's out of answer southern Indiana. Chris five new faces coming in for the eagles chance coil. Six four freshmen out of south high school here in Bloomington. I'm a four for the first time, I bet his heart's pumping a little bit. And Alex Stein, of course, chances of freshmen from good south here Stein. Inbounding it comes into the hands of Cortlandt Martin Martin brings it across the timeline. He batted coil on the right side. He dribbles it back. Then gives it down low to Josh price price rise into the lane. And he's gonna get called for traveling he bounced bounced into fits nurse chest Kat took. It a step or two to write a really good job from fits and are keeping his hands out that could have easily been a foul if you reach in. But Evan Pfitzner. Did a nice job sliding fee taken the contact causing the turnover Pasco's left side from Tennessee to Rubio down low back the Fitoussi now inside throws it out the Pfitzner. He fakes the three drives in throws it up for the left-hander. Gotta nice blow by Evan for his first two points. Very effective with a left hand little hook shot. Here is little with the basketball. He hasn't taken away. But he takes it back up getting away from was scrambling for it now down low coil. Joe's too little the right baseline little pulls up from the wing throws up a jumper from fifteen. Mrs at Rubio Langford skies for the board back down to Florida fence dirty through it a little bit of high. And the balls off the fingertips who couldn't find the handle Mehan is going to be at federal offensive teamed on Romeo Langford gets involved at the defensive glass if you can get rebounds and then get the ball out and push. This offense is gonna get more dynamic because all the offense is going to be zeroed in on Romeo. He'll be able to find teaming time Pfitzner was there. The basket off of his pass off the fingertips still thought of should have been caught. But nevertheless, there was skycams left side the coil coil with the basketball. And he throws a top of the key to price price. Turns around the price on your wa low and a blocking foul called against Indiana. And I think they're gonna nail Justin Smith with this one. So that would be his first of the ball game. He just recycled back into the lineup. Still leads seventy eight nine thirty one to go in this first half. And two free throw line goes, Josh price. Six eight thousand four out of Shortridge high school in Indianapolis. He transferred for by you east. But he did that play basketball last year. This free throws on its way. Good Vicky went out. I think he shot on his own. However because he he's knocked out three zero eight is got a big body. And that was a nice drive to the basket. He's looked good early in this game. Here coach said that he's trying to learn how to play that low post area. But it looks to me like he likes rather be a stretch four G. But at that level of division two level of six eight guys a big big man, and they wanted to play inside as much as possible we missed that free throw. Somebody was over the line apparently. And so they're gonna get another opportunity. Here mcroberts is walking the other way, he thought it was on US. I they're going to get another free throw. Apparently Indiana at somebody getting lay too quickly. So prices second free toss is good. For a second chance of the second one and seventeen to ten Indiana boil Durham back in the game on the dribble lost the handle and scramble for answer AL's diving on the floor still fighting for it finally gets it off the sack Roberts Roberts now will bring it across the timeline only ten of the shot clock. Get up to take a look now on the dribble. Takes left side down low charge around fadeaway shot. God. Now Durham knocks down a shot. Not an easy one a step back to and it's nineteen to track. Now with the basketball court Lynn Martin. He fires the left side to price then to Stein Steinbach outside the little Emmanuel little less along. Go misses it and the rebound comes off to Indiana's Al Durham Durham comes up with it drives a damn floor quickly slides at outside of the left wing gives the July Morgan out John top of the key. He moves to the right gift Romeo, plank or with the basketball. Takes it to the Bache live pulls up little twelve footer any maxa, Dr Welby allegra-d with us six point twenty one eight twenty four to go here on the first half. Now the ball little to the right side for the eagles. He gives a download of price. He works on Jawad. Turns around bats past comes outside. Now Stein has it on the way he lost the handle Roby fighting Ford then through into the hands of Martin down low. He misses the shot. Zank Robertson's gotta dab Florida. Justin Smith takes it inside lays it up and got it. And I got a call a chart. The shot probably not gonna count. We'll see here's outside that semicircle. But that was a really good place. Emmanuel little really the only play. He had Justin Smith. Has the advantage over little and went really strong to the basket but little stepped in their status. The charge. Really good defense to play Indiana had numbers and Smith gets his second foul. 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"josh price" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The private information of as many as half a million Google users was found to be hanging out there for potential hackers to see until the whole was plugged this spring. Now, the Wall Street Journal has details of how Google did not disclose the security flaw when it was discovered in part because it didn't wanna further rile regulators. The software problem was related to the Google plus social network and unsuccessful rival to Facebook Google says it's getting rid of Google plus but what hap-? Happens to your data when a platform unravels. Marketplace's jed Kim reports. Google plus was the mega tech giant's answer to Facebook was a bust. Peter Swire researches privacy in cybersecurity at Georgia Tech. He says products that dwindle away. Don't attract a company's top talent and attention when companies have assets that are no longer central the business model the general concern that they will hold them to the highest standard. And then we have happened here. It's not clear what security Google is giving the project. They company did not give an interview, but says it's not evident any user data was misused still there are concerns about the ways companies handle personal data for systems. They no longer support of either lighten is a security analyst at Gartner. She says IT cleanup. It's not giants diligently as putting new systems online. It doesn't have the same level of attention news of the security loophole, which exposed information like names jobs Email addresses. Led the company to finally pull the plug on the consumer version Jacob for marketplace. President Trump will head to Iowa today after announcing he's lifting a ban on sales of high ethanol fuel during the summer. The president is trying to appeal to corn farmers, but as marketplace's Nancy Marshall genzer reports. This may not help them much mostly the gas you buy at the pump contains ten percent ethanol which is made from corn. But some stations so gasoline that's fifteen percent. Ethanol called e fifteen. They can't sell e fifteen during the summer though, because it can create smog Josh price hike capital. Markets says lifting the summer ban is mostly a political move for President Trump is generated weeks headlines talking.
"josh price" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"So it is difficult, which is a shame for some people further down the great, I think, who are having fantastic vice, you might be having the fight of their life, but it never even, you know, we don't even say it, you know, going to be like twenty eighth place and who cares? Basically, nobody sees. The the end of the points positions right about fifteenth at the flag. When they had the Jason Plato, there's a whole gaggle of cause of four or five in a row come into was the Bine photo-finish almost wasn't it almost finished in that some smelt scoring points of the first time, but shoutout scored his first top ten. Oh yes. Hey. If some smell was in the point scoring positions and there's no mention of that until the dropped out because some of go past using fronted on commission, the Jackson played for they would breeze past at some point. But the shout shout out to Bobby Thomason as as I say exactly. And also a mentioned as well to Don Welch who who made his return back to Taurean cars after I'd say league for year, even home. Yeah, I've mentioned in the second base on Wilson ills scoring, ten finishes. Whoa. End mentioned in the press release, they said that if the fed grace fun. Fun of us who knows what might have happened. So. All drivers that yo- naming here the Ron, any really terrible drivers. That's the thing in Toren cars in in twenty eighteen and versus I mean twenty eighteen grid versus something like nineteen ninety. For example, just as a random example, you could easily pick out a good few. Yes. Greg was like, no one is big. I don't. I don't know. I don't think, but you could probably pick out at least a few drivers. You could easily lose off that great. Not even notice and then see the standards raising general, but still. The class system though. So nine thousand nine hundred was when you had to classes, you had the loss year of the group ICR's because actively nothing else in group racing. The UK was able to keep Sierras and also the first year where you're headed the to Lisa clause introduction before became incited ninety one. So. So, yeah, you have the Cavaliers versus the fleet of fat to say, if the BMW threes the time. Yeah, definitely relates defensive. There you could then you could say yes issued. Go civil drivers in each of that costs in age, close in each in veiled, whereas they shave goals, colty field, join us again, why nice little following night. Oh, no, we won't get to know what he's next is always. Twenty eight yard quality feel to this. However, my next as the looking to reduce it down to twenty six congress, he's not confirmed nervous, prevent potentially linking. The question is are again why I know you back on, we would reduce puddle down to. See if if you know the reduction takes place, it's six calls as galleys has been leading to then Julich even more high quality failed wave a lesson posses vital. Now that starts in theory, what he wants to happen. As I think about the soda. Had like once origin selfish as not going to happen, but it might happen and how certain teams they run full caused team heart. But every single one of that drive is have done well, she became Snetterton. These drivers will Bush has been impressive in the clothes, and he's been the second driver so far this year and oversee Michael Cain and. The history of categories Mizzou, bruising, Josh price. You can see how easy is to cut down a team, and that's probably the way that they might if they ought to reduce quit cesspool be how gave away in the future. Okay. You've got maximum to to drive his team and cut the good quite a bit. All right then. Well, looking at the, the stunned ings then from from the diamond double on woods. And first of all, I was keeping an eye on the Dunlop hashtag forever. Forward award do still pay attention. He's not. He's not just the purely promotional. During the many places a by joy in the back pose? Yeah. I mean, being led by to visit of a death a championship now as well. Number wall on the forever full which standings as Tom Boardman on seventy eight. Adam Morgan on seventy six, Jake hill on seventy four. I don't know if he's actually been presuming these have been updated since Snetterton..
"josh price" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"With the second game of an abbreviated two game interleague series on the south side of chicago against the white sox tonight with luke weaver the mound against carlos fro don they will head back to bush stadium tonight enjoy a day off tomorrow and then host the cincinnati reds for the final three games before the all star break but a big win last night is the bats came alive and all star miles michael is won his tenth game of the year fourteen to victory cardinals looking to make it a six and three road trip with a win tonight coming up we'll talk all about it and continue to talk all stars last night it was miles michael is is batterymate is yanni air molina who learned on monday evening at he's headed to represent the red birds in his ninth midsummer classic dan mclaughlin will join us to open the reporters notebook we'll hear from the manager mike matheny game plan with com call in and check in with mike clayborn in chicago plus an update on the triple a all star game that's tonight and three memphis redbirds are participating all of that and more as we get ready for baseball but how about the offense last night a couple of big bats keep rolling a couple of candidates to jump out of issues got into it and all of it added up to fourteen runs and our central bank of saint louis replay to hits sam watching the ball jump off the bat i'm the stretch santiago pitches fowler hits a high fly ball that's deep left center failed to the track the wall grand slam for dexter fowler a iran china get get that feel so that's something to build on but just some big days around a can back times big day for called foreheads ball jumping for him to drive into deep right center field for one and add sod gutter head game for wong see josh priced is seventh home run of the year thirteen to two cardinals as jerko touches on plate congratulate colton long across home plate manufacturers from runs early in their able to take badge of getting malta guys on base that is cardinals manager mike matheny on fox sports midwest and it's our central bank.
"josh price" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"In the season last night for the charlotte hornets mba hoops insider bo thompson is correct when he makes that comment it was a slam dunk of a common hornets 104 grizzlies ninety nine kemba walker 27 points hornets rally from ten down in the final eight minutes to secure the victory cord marvin williams says in fact the whole team chipped in tough our team is one so deporting these in each and every now it's going to be some idea for ula some nights and maybe the second unit some nights maybe the certified whatever the case may be the biggest thing is that whoever step on the floor was ready to go we all wanted to win and we far back again it's a really really good man whose team in this sense of humor in fourth be hornish thou four and three unsee state guard braxton beverley will the sit out a year as he transferred from ohio state loses and ansi aa appeal to play this season comment christian guard josh price son of choice for diners basketball coach mark price has been at the police college hoops at liberty university monday night football kansas city chiefs defence had 5 takeaways on a touchdown in a twenty nine nineteen went over the broncos bomber panthers rookie your harrison butger 5 of 5 on field goal attempt has made eighteen in a row hatreds reportedly are trading backup quarterback jimmy garoppolo to the forty nine overs were second round draft choice niners will release former starting quarterback brian hoyer seahawks acquire left tackle dwayne brown's on the texans in exchange for cornerback jeremy lane to draft picks cowboys running back as epo elliott loses another attempt to block a sixgame suspension he will have another attempt to uh to appeal that decision however though at tiger woods says he'll be back in about a month playing at the world here hero challenge that's eighteen golfers ranked in the top fifty while he gets an exemption diamonds direct now with the largest selection everevolving shapes sizes and instock diamonds at all handselected for maximum brilliance at diamonds direct.