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Fresh update on "loyola" discussed on Short Wave
"If it's a state case well pave the way for the baltimore lawsuit to proceed in maryland state court which could mean a trial and the first step would be that the companies that are being sued which include exxon mobil and shell and bp would be asked to turn over documents about what they knew about climate change and how they've been doing their business but it's not just baltimore rate all the other cases like this one could conceivably move ahead if the supreme court leaned that way. So there's this law professor at loyola university in new orleans who studies these climate lawsuits. Her name is karen socal. These cases had the potential to be quite powerful if they finally see their day in court and when she says that she's talking about state court she thinks that if big oil is forced to disclose everything it knew about the dangers of fossil fuels. It might change the way. Some people see those companies you know for a lot of people in the us. These companies are household names. And there's a lot of implicit trust comes with that. So anything that undercuts that would be a real change for an industry. That's paddle out of power for a really long time. It's never been held to account in this way in this country. It's largely wielded. Such tremendous economic empl. Lyrical might that. It's never had to face a threat quite like this. Wow okay so. This is like a real saga becky and i guess you know my next question is you. We started talking about how expensive climate change damage is for cities and how that damage is already happening and it seems like even if oil and gas companies end up helping with the cost that would take a really really long time so i guess i'm wondering like if you're trying to run a city and balanced budget or these lawsuits against these really powerful companies. Like really gonna help them. I think that's a really good question and you're right. These lawsuits aren't going to provide cash in the near future. There's no indication of that. Who knows if they ever will provide cash. That said i think local and state governments are also seeking justice for all the damage endanger associated with climate change. So it's totally unclear. What courts will think about the legal arguments. The justices are expected to announce their decision later this year. But you know justice can go beyond money sometimes. So we'll see how fulfilling these lawsuits are for residents of cities like baltimore whether or not they generate any cash. All right becky her shirt. We appreciate you as always. Thanks for bringing us a story great. Thanks this episode. Was produced by rebecca ramirez edited by via lay in fact checked by ariella. Zabidi josh newell was our audio engineer. I mattie safai it. Thanks for listening. To shortwave from npr. Whether you're looking to discover a new series to bench find your next great. Read or check out that movie. Everyone's talking about npr's pop culture. Happy hour podcast is your guide to all things entertainment. Every weekday we keep pop culture in high spirits. Listen now to the pop culture. Happy hour podcast from npr. This message comes from npr sponsor. Ford a large chandelier dangles directly above a stationary all electric mustang mach e held aloft by an intricate police system attached to the rear of the vehicle visit ford dot com for gravity defying display of torque..
Chicago Loyola Basketball Coach Porter Moser Leaves For Oklahoma
"Of legendary Oklahoma men's basketball coach Lon Kruger. The Sooners have their new bench boss, now former Loyola Chicago head coach Porter Moser. Moser went 1 88 and 1 41 in 10 seasons with the Ramblers, including three conference championships in a final four. The 52 Year old has a head coaching resume that also includes Arkansas, Little Rock and Illinois State. No word yet on if Sister Jeanne is also part of the steel, probably not to March madness on
Beavers bound for Elite Eight with 65-58 win over Loyola
"Oregon state is reached the NC double a regional finals for the first time in thirty nine years by downing Loyola Chicago sixty five fifty eight Ethan Thompson scored twenty points including a pair of clinching free throws with thirty five seconds left worth elegy she added ten points and eleven rebounds for the twelfth seeded beavers who were picked to finish last in the pac twelve but won the conference tournament to reach the NC double a tourney the Ramblers missed twelve of their first thirteen three point attempts and scored just sixteen points by halftime all American forward Cameron great week led Loyola with fourteen points I'm Dave Ferrie
"loyola" Discussed on The Lead
"The three years after their amazing run to the final four the loyalist chicago ramblers are added again.
Overlooked Pac-12 teams making noise in NCAA Tournament
"Twelve seed Oregon state continue to shock the college basketball world when it eliminated number four Oklahoma state eighty seventy the beavers go to the Sweet Sixteen to face eight seed Loyola of Chicago which led wire to wire and defeated top seed Illinois seventy one fifty eight then there was number eleven Syracuse which took down third seed West Virginia seventy five seventy two the orange will take on second seed Houston which held off Rutgers sixty three sixty I'm Bruce Morton
Nun-and-done: Loyola Chicago stuns top-seeded Illinois 71-58
"Loyola Chicago became the first team to knock out a number one in this tourney as Cameron Crowe we had nineteen points and twelve rebounds in the seventy one fifty eight victory over Illinois you want to be the best you gotta beat the best and you know they're they're really really good team and and we came out we we we just executed and played our game and and kind of controlled the game from the start and it we just we just took the game plan really Lucas Williamson chipped in fourteen points and helped the Ramblers build a fourteen point lead late in the first half Kofi Cochran had team highs of twenty one point two nine rebounds for the Illini but I would assume it was held to nine points and Trent Frazier added just to one one of ten shooting I'm Dave Ferrie
The Latest: 12th-seeded Oregon State upsets No. 5 Tennessee
"Yes you double a tournament south regions afternoon games featured a lopsided win by a top seed a victory by a former Cinderella and the familiar twelve over five seed upset the region's top team Illinois ran away with a seventy eight forty nine victory over Drexel as for fighting Illini starter scored in double figures Illinois next place eight seed Loyola Chicago on Sunday three years after making the final for the Ramblers top Georgia tech seventy one sixty an Oregon state picked up its first NC double a tournament win in thirty nine years up setting five seed Tennessee seventy to fifty six I'm Josh Rowntree
NCAA Tournament All-Haiku First-Round NCAA Tournament Preview
"Speaking of reason, along We're breezing straight into March Madness. Aspinall, what's going on in that regard sports service of how our brothers out their power and hardware, So take it to the hoop. Caleb. Thanks, Bill. The NC Double eight tournaments First four Playing games finished last night, Texas Southern Beat Mount ST Mary's 60 to 52. They'll play Michigan on Saturday. Drake beat Wichita State 53 52. They'll take on USC. Norfolk State beat Appalachian State 54 53 to set up a match up with number one ranked Gonzaga U C L. A beat Michigan State in overtime 86 to 80. They'll play BYU next. The first round of the tournament starts today. The first game will be a 12 15. With Florida taking on Virginia Tech. Georgia Tech will play it four o'clock taking on Loyola Chicago, Ed Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The Jackets will be without a cc men's player of the year. Moses right first round will continue tomorrow with games. Also starting at 12 15 and the Georgia Tech Women will also play their first round NC double a tournament game coming up on Sunday. They'll take on Stephen F. Austin at 4, 30 San Antonio. Georgia will play their first round game on Monday of next week. They'll be taking on
Georgia Tech's Moses Wright To Miss NCAA First Round Game Due To Positive COVID-19 Test
"Is confirmed. Georgia Tech star Moses right. The SEC Player of the year will miss the Yellow Jackets first round game against Loyola Chicago, the NC double a men's basketball tournament. Dude away positive over 19 tests right will likely also miss the second game Should Tech beat Loyola, the 69 senior a cc player the years, they said average 17.5 points and eight rebounds. Our game.
Member of Atlanta's Georgia Tech men’s basketball travel party tests positive for COVID
"A member of Georgia Text man's basketball team has tested positive for the coronavirus now, Yellowjackets coach Josh Pastner says the player is asymptomatic. And we'll isolate an Internet in Indianapolis per the CDC guidelines. Now. Apparently, this will not affect the team's ability to play in this upcoming in C double a tournament which starts this week. March Madness. I hope it doesn't mess up your brackets. But the Yellow Jackets are scheduled to play Loyola Chicago Friday evening in the first round of the
Perfect Zags: No. 1 Gonzaga stays unbeaten, tops LMU 86-69
"Top rank is that it is the only unbeaten team in division one following an eighty six sixty nine win over Loyola Marymount Corey Kispert drained six three pointers on his way to twenty four points once all business unit and embedded testers for sure and they reminded us time and yeah we got to clean up the store really things were changing for playing teams like that to Timmy was among five Bulldogs to score in double figures finishing with sixteen points seven rebounds and four assists the twenty four noble dog set a program record with their fifty first consecutive home win this act of one twenty eight straight overall since last season ended the first team to finish the regular season unbeaten since Kentucky in twenty fourteen fifteen I'm Dave Ferrie
No. 3 Michigan beats Wisconsin, 67-59, in return to action
"Score in Madison, Wisconsin, third ranked Michigan erased a 12 point deficit at the half to storm passed number. 21, Wisconsin, 67 to 59. So the Wolverines sweep the regular season series and they get a big win following a 23 day hiatus due to the coronavirus. Well, that is what happened in terms of top 25 action. Now, let's take you through. The rest of the college basketball scoreboard and there is only one other top 25 game, and they just got underway. So it is very early on in Iowa as number 22 Loyola Chicago Is tied with Drake at 12 with about nine minutes to go in the first half.
Black voices that make a difference: The Karson Institute’s Karsonya Whitehead
"Is the first of February And that means it is the first day. Black history month and we're introducing you to a woman who wanted a place where people could go to discuss sensitive social issues. Professor Carson A. Whitehead launched the Carson Institute at Loyola University of Maryland in Baltimore. People can eventually come and study race piece is also justice. We could talk about this. We could do unusual conversations. The answer America's most pressing questions, the D. C native named the institute after her father who was a sin. All rights activist Carson Eugene Wise, who I am named after us, My dad who lit that fire in me. She was motivated to found the institute after the death of Trayvon Martin when I sat down with my two sons, and I had to look them in the face and realized that that you can't outrun What is embedded within society. You can't outrun systemic racism. You actually have to confront it and dismantle it. That's the goal of the institute. I realize that if I could not help to create a world where my boys could get home safe In my work meant nothing.
State investigates Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
"Sherif al to be in a wave, and his department is facing yet another investigation this time from Sacramento. Today. California Attorney General Have Yerba Sarah announced he's starting a civil rights investigation into the sheriff's department. It's not completely unexpected Vienna Wave has had a contentious relationship with county leaders and his department has been plagued with deputy misconduct allegations and questionable fatal shootings. Watchdog groups like the County Civilian Oversight Commission claimed the department is shrouded in secrecy. Commissioners even called for being away his resignation last fall. One of those commission members is Sean Kennedy. He is the Kaplan and Feldman, executive director for Loyola Law School's Center for Juvenile Law and Policy, and he's here to talk more about all of this. I Sean. Hi, Larry. I got to start here. The attorney general will be looking into whether the policies and practices of the largest sheriff's department in the country has routinely violated people's constitutional rights. What's your take on that? And how unusual is this? I think it's long overdue. There have been allegations for decades about deputy gangs or cliques. Within the Los Angeles Los Angeles Sheriff's Department and Ah lot of county actors have really turned a blind eye to it. So the fact that the state is now investigating it, I think is a real step in the right direction. So you said. You said it's taken a long time. But is this unusual? It's fairly. It's fairly unusual, but when you have had such longstanding allegations about like internal gangs violating people's civil rights Using excessive force filing false reports. It's definitely in order and you know we're really gratified to see that the attorney general is looking into it. Speaking of the attorney general, what kind of power does he have over the department Because Sheriff Ian away the likes to say when other county officials challenge him that he only has to answer to the voters and to the state A G. Well, the Eiji is the top law enforcement officer in the state of California. And while sheriff being a waiver is an elected official, he and his deputies Obviously cannot violate the rights of others or obstruct justice. We know that because one of his predecessors Sheriff Lee Baca is serving time in federal prison for obstructing justice. Bezerra says the action has come in response to the absence of sustained and comprehensive oversight of the department operations. The board that you're on the civilian oversight Commission is supposed to keep an eye on the L. A sheriff's Department. Why has it escalated all the way to the state? Well, you know, we on the civilian oversight commission have the power of persuasion, but it's very difficult to get access to all the information that we need. The sheriff's department is a very close department very inward looking. It resists collaboration and oversight. And so it makes sense that the Department of Justice With all its law enforcement capabilities. Would step in and look into the matter. You mentioned gangs there has been reporting about gangs inside the department. Even from being away was younger deputies. You recently released a report on the impact of these sheriffs, gangs and what you find. Sheriff. Gangs have been in operation since the early seventies. And for 50 years, sheriff after sheriff has downplayed or ignored the problems that these internal Gangs and clicks pose. To constitutional policing in our community and how they really threaten the integrity of our justice system. And so it's just really important this investigation to get to the bottom of what is going on with the sheriff gangs in the department because they create a culture of violence. It increases the number of deputy shootings. And it really calls into question all of the convictions in which secret Deputy gang members have testified as prosecution witnesses. In criminal trials. You know, this is not a criminal investigation, but could what is unearthed in in this investigation become criminal, depending upon upon what Agent Sarah fines I'm sure as the investigation unfolds, will learn that but certainly in the past, I spoke of our prior sheriff Lee Bok. It evolved into a criminal investigation, and so many Allegations about the internal gangs. The executioners of the Bandidos described they gang like activity that results in criminal prosecutions every day. So it wouldn't be a surprise if it did evolve into that. But do you think the subject of these deputy gangs will be part of this investigation? Yes.
Maywood: Man fatally shot after fight, Chicago
"Year year old old man man fatally fatally shot shot after after a a fight fight Friday Friday and and suburban suburban Maywood Maywood just just after after midnight, midnight, The The man man got got into into an an altercation altercation outside outside a a residence residence in in the the 800 800 block block of of 17th 17th Avenue Avenue and and was was shot shot in in the the chest, chest, Maywood, Maywood, police police said. said. After After he he was was shot, shot, the the man man ran ran and and several several witnesses witnesses attempted attempted to to provide provide him him with with medical medical aid. aid. He He was was taken taken Loyola Loyola Medical Medical Center Center in in Maywood, Maywood, where where he he was was pronounced pronounced dead.
Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris
"California governor gavin newsom has appointed california's secretary of state. Alex padilla to replace vice president-elect kamala harris in the us senate padilla will make history as the first latin next senator to represent california state with a population. That's forty percent latin x. He was first elected to public office at twenty six years old. When he joined the los angeles city council he went on to serve two terms in the state senate followed by two terms as the state secretary of state. Alex padilla is the son of mexican immigrants and video. Posted by governor newsom to twitter. Padeas talked about how his family's background has shaped his political. Work can tell you how many pancakes my dad flip through egg scrambled. Try to provide for us sir. In many many years my mom cleaning house the same. So i i try so hard to make sure that our democracy is as inclusive in california's we built in to help a important perspective to washington. Alex padilla is a close ally of governor gavin newsom. He has not taken a public stance unpopular progressive issues. Such as medicare for all. The green new deal abolishing ice. That's immigration customs enforcement for more on his appointment. We go to los angeles where we're joined by fernando guetta. He's a professor of political science at loyola marymount university where he's also director of the center for the study of los angeles. We welcome you to democracy now. Professor get it. It's great to have you back after a number of years. Can you start off by talking about the significance of this appointment and who alex and who. Alex padilla is someone you've known for many many years. Well obviously the significant is very historic and symbolic that latinos. Now have this position. There's been tremendous amount of latino political mobilization. And you've seen latino mayors like antonio viragos lieutenant governor secretary of state mike. But the you've seen latinos be the head of the legislature speaker or as president pro. Tem of the senate. Republican the only positions that latinos having gained in modern times as the us senate which they've never held in california and governor. There wasn't latino governor back in the eighteen seventies but this is really a reflection of the historic importance of latinos also politically. You know we think about forty percent of the population and they're also a significant number of the electric. It is because a lot tino political mobilization that california is deeply blue without that innovation california would be purple and maybe even read and we're changed the whole dynamics of national politics. I remind people that for many presidential elections. Republicans won california. It wasn't until nine hundred ninety. Two democrats started winning and berry winning because of we all know the. Ross perot factor there. But after that really dependent on the latino vote and latino vote is the backbone of california being democratic which becomes the backbone of the democrats having a chance in the electoral college is so historic to historic significance but also political significance
Trump pardons 15, including people convicted in Mueller probe
"Much, sir. Good morning, President Donald Trump issued a slew of pardons yesterday, including for two people convicted as part of former special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe and for two former Republican congressman convicted Of a range of financial crimes. Trump pardon former campaign aide George Papadopoulos, who was convicted of lying to the FBI, Trump also pardoned former representatives Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins of New York. Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson says This is a breathtaking list. The pardons that President Trump issued here really have nothing to do with the national interest or with trying to fulfill justice. They have to do with President Trump's personal proposals and personal game. Trump also pardoned four men who worked as security guards for Blackwater and had been convicted in relation to the
2 Young Girls Killed In Ingleside Chicago House Fire
"Four adults were injured in an extra alarm house fire in Ingleside in Lake County Fire started in a two story house just before 11 o'clock last night. Girls were ages five and 82 of the four adults are in critical condition. They were airlifted to Loyola Medical Center Fire has been put out, but the Cruz remain on the scene this morning. No known cause of the fire at this time. And a man
Brandon Bernard executed for role in 1999 murder of couple
"Received a lethal injection and terror Hodes federal prison. Loyola Law professor Laurie Levenson appears that the Trump administration wants part of its legacy to be that they brought back in full force, the federal execution the federal death penalty. This is a bit startling, given that there had been a 17 year hiatus. Without executions in federal prisons. Bernard received the death penalty for his role in the murders of a religious couple from Iowa more than two decades ago. CBS News Political reporter Rebecca Kaplan has the latest on the federal investigation
Interview With Linda Johnson Rice
"Today. Linda johnson rice joins me skimmed from the couch. She is the ceo of johnson publishing company which published ebony and jet magazines johnson publishing helps give a voice to millions and chronicle the african american experience across the country. Linda has also served on numerous corporate and philanthropic boards including the chicago public library. Omni kong group. Grubhub tesla estonians national museum of african american history and culture. Linda thank you so much for coming on the show. Welcome to skimmed from the couch. Thank you for having me carly. I'm excited to be here and sounds to have you here so i think you know the first question. We start with the same one every show. Skim your resume for us. I most certainly. I'm happy to do that. I am still the ceo of johnson publishing company. So that is great and it. Is that the founding company for ebony jet magazines and fashion fair cosmetics all started by my family and for better or for worse i have never worked anyplace else and so i grew up in the business. Grew up in the in the magazine business in the publishing business and also in the beauty business but always surrounded by incredible people great parents but great staff who were very uplifting and all about aspiration and inspiration for the african american community. So i grew up in the business. I went to Born and raised in chicago got my degree in journalism from. Usc came back and got my masters in management from northwestern. And i got my masters in management. So funny i started out full time in school and then i switched and i went part time so it took me longer but i really wanted to work at the same time and i had the luxury to be able to do that. A lot of people don't have that. But i did because i wasn't looking for a job once i got my degree. I already knew where. I was going to be an actually once. I i got my masters in management. I actually became president a company like the very next day. But i do want to stress. One thing that i think is really important here and that is i have worked in a family business but it was not a given that i was just going to step into this role and if you know if you knew anything about my parents it was nothing was given. You've really had to earn it. And so it does seem like boy. That was a really fast. Reject re but This was decades and decades of work. I mean i spent more time at a copy machine making copies and doing all kinds of stuff that you know people do when you start out in in a company. I don't think that was any different for me. Something that people would be surprised to know about you that if not on your professional bio oh my goodness. Let's see on a personal side. I i love to ride. I have horses. I've owned horses all my life so that is sort of my luxury right now. I don't have one. But it's the way i can relax and i studied opera. We do you think. Please don't ask me to sing. But i did. I studied opera for for many years. Took voice lessons and loved. It absolutely loved it. We're gonna dive into the family business. Tell me about your family. Tell me about your parents so you know my parents. John and eunice. Johnson were part of the great migration of african americans from the south to the north. So my father came from arkansas. My mother came from alabama and very different backgrounds. This is so it's really interesting. My my father came from nothing. And when i say nothing his town great people but only six hundred and sixty eight people there. His mother believed in him so much and she just you know the love that she had for him she poured into just him and so for her. The best thing for him was to get out of arkansas arkansas and get education and the way to do that was you know they. They got on the train and they came to chicago. they had relatives in chicago. So a lot of people. With the migration from arkansas people came to chicago alabama. They came to chicago. My mother came from alabama so my father dirt poor came to chicago. Went to high. School became head of the debating team editor. The school paper graduated attended the university of chicago and my mother on the other hand came from a background. Where you have to think about this. Her father was a surgeon. Her mother was a schoolteacher in psalm alabama so obviously black african american back then prominent family. Her two brothers were surgeons. Her sister was a phd professor in english and my mother came to chicago to get her master's in social services at loyola. So now you've got these two converging people now completely different backgrounds you know and and they met ed dance. My parents met at a dance and my father. I remember him saying you know. Ask your mother. You know at the dance. Could i take her whole and my mother said absolutely not absolutely not it. She said. I'm going home with the person that brought me. And so for my father. Being the maverick entrepreneurs salesman was game on. That was
"loyola" Discussed on KTRH
"Story is our seven democratic candidates taking the stage last night at low Loyola have more trouble saying at Loyola Marymount university in LA for the sixth and final democratic debate of twenty nineteen now on the issue of illegal immigration former VP Joe Biden said Americans should quote get used to more investment on undocumented people living in the U. S. the idea that we are going to walk away and not provide every opportunity for them is that not only stupid and immoral but is bad for America they are the future of America and we should invest in them money support more than fifty five thousand asylum seekers were returned to Mexico this year the presidential hopefuls all down to move quickly to protect dreamers and immigrants who were brought into the U. S. illegally as children but basically opening up the borders all eyes turning to the Senate now that the house passed two articles of impeachment against president trump Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer tried to work out on some of the process but then is Schumer made some demands my colleague wants a special pre trial guarantee of certain witnesses on the house Democrats themselves did not bother to pursue as they assembled their K. house speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced already that she will not send those articles of impeachment to the Senate unless she gets reassurances she calls it about the Senate process politics may have involved or devolve depending upon your view into what we're seeing today cult worship Kediri just close Saunders live with that yes new polling from mama's should sixty three percent of Democrats said are you ready Barack Obama was a better president than George Washington Washington only got twenty nine percent the gap stunned crispy gala step back doesn't surprise me but to that degree it does I mean think about it where the old German ultimate microwave society what have you done for me lately all in our political divide has something to do with it too for the foreseeable future we are going to have a massive divide and I think it's going to continue has will poll results like this Republicans giving the edge to Washington over trump by only seven points when you break it down along party lines George does a lot better he beats trump seventy one to fifteen percent but only beats Obama fifty eight to thirty three percent I cannot tell a lie or so barackobama in this poll is the greatest president who ever lived Cole K. R. news time six thirty four dead can be an issue even if you build a solid financial foundation for yourself a new survey finds that those with networth over a hundred thousand dollars they're actually more likely to have credit card debt than those with negative net worth credit card analyst Ted Rosman says more wealth can actually mean more debt I would list three main factors lifestyle creed access to credit and home ownership yep lifestyle creep about lifestyle leap access to credit might be the biggest of the factors to people with higher net worth are more likely to be approved for credit cards and they're more likely to get higher limits unfortunately for a lot of those people they're using those limits to their full extent yeah he says pay off those credit cards as quickly as possible I am off first because of their high interest rates compare with other types of debt here's another reminder we forget about this remember to water your fresh cut Christmas tree every day if you don't the Firebird department maybe watering it for you spring assistant fire chief Robert Logan says trees can easily become fire hazards we want people to water their trees so the firefighters don't have to assistant chief Logan says they need a lot of water Christmas tree typically absorbs about one quart of water for each inch of its trunk diameter so if you have a tree that some with a four inch wide trunk you will need to soak up about a gallon of water everyday assistant chief Logan says lights are safer now than they were in past generations but they can still light a fire if the tree gets too dry Scott critter Nutri of certain forty K. T. R. H. is now six thirty six some big moves in San Antonio where the historic design review board has approved a permit to start disassembling the Senate to have an Alamo plaza and move it five hundred feet to the south there was a packed house of supporters urging the city to keep the Senate Taft right where it is right now some say the direction it currently faces is significantly important and turning it would change the meaning you're gonna have the heroes facing Mexico why in the world what we want our statues pacing Mexico or even look sickening arch out there now there is a lawsuit that's under way and I believe it doesn't go to court until January so I don't know how fast this will happen but the monument is said to be moved in front of the mirror hotel that was a place where it was originally supposed to be locate it when it was completed in nineteen forty but currently it's an Alamo plaza is the first thing you see as you approach the the face of the Alamo yeah Houston Texans are on a road for a big Saturday game when game against we hope when Tampa Bay Buccaneers a win would give the Texans another AFC south division title coach bill o'brien happy where his team is right now privileged to be able to being be in position to the plane these type of games and when we have to do everything we can to be ready to go but the box a red hot looking to build on a four game winning streak kickoff is at noon he's a rock as of one for their last five after last night's one twenty to one seventeen win over the clippers in LA Russell Westbrook led the way.
"loyola" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"PM eastern time at Loyola Marymount university in California it seems that an agreement was struck that ended that labor dispute between the food service workers and the employer at Loyola Marymount I ended because none of the Democrat candidates and they all said we will not cross the picket line so then they're like well wait a minute you have a debate but while we're not well we're not going to go and you can't make me and so they had to come to some kind of an agreement with this or else there would have been no debate in what would be a satyr place on Friday without the Democrat debate on Thursday well that's so great they save the lunch lady sloppy Joes for everybody we're having a debate mmhm unite here local eleven the labor union representing the workers I said that their plan was to pick at the debate if no agreement had been reached if it to pay just and none of the Democrats won the Best Picture of them crossing the picket line now the only person picketing the debate will be Cory Booker heavy stand aside what made you write with a crying shame sparred again so yeah so all the all the Democrats all seven Democrats who who qualified we'll be there so that is Andrew Yang let's see Bernie Sanders we have Elizabeth Warren we have Tom Stiers we have a whole woman missing Joe Biden forgot to buy them cars for missing two more who was missing I don't know I don't remember her of what a judge judge regrettably judge okay forgot to judge five a charcoal which are that's it okay the closure we got thank you heather we're tries trying to do it off the top of my head I do want to cheat yeah so you went into that not even caring whether or not you can find the end well you do some I counted on my partner who is far smarter than I know to have the answer and he failed to me yeah thanks for thanks for pulling your weight here last year apparently according to PBS this is a big one for Pete booted judge because he has taken off in the polls since the last debate and he is now near the top of the pack a lot of people didn't see that so tonight is a very very smart is a very big night for people to judge yeah he's doing back in Iowa and New Hampshire not doing well among black voters no you're not like him no he's not but you know and and also by name Warren struggled in the last debate so this is also being there for them as well I mean it's a big night for all of them obviously but the focus being really on those three to see of Biden Warren can do better and it booted judge can continue the momentum that he has so I took two morning even says that you put on your your pajama Grampa jamas I'll put on my will meet will watch TV I will watch eight o'clock tomorrow yeah I'll pick it up about thirty minutes and after they get done talking about impeachment for half an hour okay this is like a you know I mean I got the popcorn we're good this is seven fifty one Eric in military.
"loyola" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And i guess we were not on last night because we had an nba last night and monday was is far my vacation so i wasn't around to talk about the national championship game with you but i i want to say this about loyola's run so loyola gets to the final four and fall short it's kind of what i thought it was going to happen i didn't think they they're gonna win the national championship i distinct that loyola was a terrific story i think that the story of the loyola ramblers as i was watching this from afar i enjoyed the run because i've been watching them all season long and i enjoyed that chicago kind of woke up out of their slumber in march jumped on the bandwagon last minute loyola i hope that the story of march with you i see a loyola hope it really helps you the chicago sports fan to realize that the city's sports scene is not just cup socks bold hawks bears because it just isn't chicago sports is not based on the cup success of the bears success we understand the beers drive the bus and the hawks cups in the bowls championships in the past and the white sox championship i mean it's it's not about that there are great chicago sports stories all over if you look for it and the idea that people jumped on the bandwagon in march is kind of embarrassing because i've been watching loyola since the season started and i'm not going to give you that i told you so because i am a broadcaster for the uic flames i'm watching college basketball like i watched the pros but the idea that all of a sudden loyal is good oh they're in the ncaa turn well northwestern went to this as well last year fell short but they got to the postseason they get into the nc double a tournament my point is is that chicago sports not just based on the big five if you look for it they're great chicago sports stories everywhere if you look forward you might be in your backyard it might be in a sport that you don't watch but the loyola story was that a march story it was not just a a nc double a tournament story you know what it was it was a chicago sports story from the.
"loyola" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"You just don't ever know how it's going to play out and that's the beauty of it i wouldn't like this job nearly as much if i knew how it was going to play out on the court or the field every time but thinking back to the elite eight and the way that these teams got to the final four loyola chicago actually had a blow out of kansas state so after winning its first three games by a combined four points they're the team the ramblers of the team that had the easiest and by easiest i just mean the game itself wasn't close in the second half actually i think they were up by twenty three early in the second half without even looking at my notes but the shots were falling they had better than fifty percent from the field they're just fundamentally sound and when the state couldn't score everything fort loyola chicago was going the way they would have brought it up and so it was it was kind of like the game that michigan had the round before that where it didn't matter what they did it turned to tomase no matter what they touched it turned to maze i know if i said gold somebody would yell at me so let's chicago does everything well in their last game to get to the final four and we've seen them when a variety of ways we've seen them down we've seen them had to rely on late shots buzzer beaters porter moser's team because they have veteran leadership they don't get rattled and you can't.
"loyola" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Get those jump shots against the team loyola i guess the problem is how do they match up with wagner right i mean wagner is the guy score inside but also stretch you out i'm wondering what your thoughts are in the matchup with with with faulkner specifically whopping wagner is the the x factor here regard his versatility is ability to stretch defense go inside and he's just a high cerebral type of player but when you're when you're low yola you have to give up something and i believe that that unit will not try to stop bockner but what they will do is limit the rest of the guys around him shot phillips look i'll give you credit you saw this lula income and before anybody else what about what about the personnel did you see before anybody else what would i study there's a lot of times when we look at college basketball we try to find a story line to these major teams instead of just being complete lately objective in covered a name and just look at the stats and look at the kids watch them on film early on and you're looking at is seven key as that won state championships in highschool so you're looking at a team full the winners this unit is used to winning games they defend way home they don't make a lot of mistakes their starting five all shoot above forty five percent so we're looking at a high of fishing oil machine that's been doing this for six months let's go to kansas taking on villanova i see this matchup and look i do think kansas can stretch him out and i think kids can make shots on outside of running a fever hint a bunch of threes i love the matchup for villanova.
"loyola" Discussed on WGN Radio
"York international auto show opening this week as you vs and sports wagons are expected to be all over the show floor well we all know weddings can be expensive even if if you're just a guest bank right now says when you add in pre wedding parties typical guests at a wedding in the northeast will spend nearly four hundred dollars it only goes up from there members of the wedding party typically spend well over seven hundred dollars linda lopez abc news on seven twenty wgn welcome back to the program we're on this morning with damon cates he's the senior vice president for advancement at loyola university chicago damon this just happens to be happening at an interesting time for loyola high school students have been on campus deciding whether they're gonna come there or not that's exactly right in fact we have one of our biggest preview weekends for those who have applied and are still considering whether going to make their choice coming up in early april and so and we've seen an increase in the students want to participate in that weekend during any regular other time when the basketball team or any sports team is not necessarily in a championship mode you and your colleagues have to continue marketing the university and doing the work how does that work yeah when you don't have the national recognition i mean it's a much harder lift in the local market and in the national scene but to to have regularly in the news cycle and then seeing the in the championship definitely makes our job a lot easier.
"loyola" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Louisiana couple is accused of tempting to rob an uber driver under the hood the woman distracted by being topless with jonathan who topless on tony's extracted now weeknights on espn one thousand welcome back this is under the hood i'm jeff miller along with chris black this evening hanging out with you is jay hood takes a little little vaca down to the florida keys if you will and just hanging out relaxing and so he deserves it so we'll fill in for him tonight and you know chris loyola kogyo or loyola university chicago as i grew up calling it my school they have captured the nation of the nation and i think a lot of people are pretty excited about the eleven seed that has made the cinderella run in the two thousand eighteen nc double as to the final four and as captivated as we have all been in the city not everybody is looking forward to wail the continuing their success well how so jeff because i mean this story has been fantastic the way the ramblers have gone through the tournament winning games at the last second and then getting from the elite eight to the final four by blowing out the competition what's not the love a bunch of unknown kids playing together team basketball a head coach who's charismatic is fun to watch the whole thing is just entertaining what's wrong with someone who would not like this loyalist story dreams cinderella story you would think that because i'm sorry the david versus goliath story you know what it's proven that place yeah that's usually that works as sports programming folk that's the one that's on your home run every.
"loyola" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"It feels great i mean it's it's so cool for the city of chicago for the university of loyola our guys go through this journey and it's really cool i mean it's it's been a surreal you know seen here with all the loyal of people here in atlanta custer's tilt up top now he drives passes to the quarter towels circuits at a time out taking by who'd a huge three puts loyola boy videos go viral chicago campus and it's really really cool guys i'm so grateful to the young men into quarter of course for doing this i'm trying to keep myself calm but i know that i'm not nevada sixty nine to sixty eight in dramatic fashion one of the things custer said to me he came off the court with sister jean we broke your bracket i said i don't care how firebreak my bracket is long as you've broken it you have to go a little more now and it's just i'm happy for us for my community for loyola for the city of chicago in for the world because we have people watching us all over the world that's just the way and just believe and just feel like they're gonna find a way no matter how it is jotted down so many things watching those games and i have one thing i believe is the obvious key but it's pretty interesting each player other once the last shots but they're all unselfish and they don't care if they don't get the last shot.
"loyola" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Loyola ramblers or the elite eight i don't know that i ever thought i would say that i don't know that a lot of porter moser every thought that would happen but they are there after a nice sixty nine sixty eight thrilling victory last night we're going to talk about it and take your calls at three one two three three two three seven seven six shave poplar from fox's down there she will join us around nine thirty we will discuss the game but chris just watching it that's the way basketball supposed to be played fred if you said yesterday what are the things spreads gonna say this morning about that game that's exactly what i was thinking last night watching that team defense they pass the ball multiple times on a possession you look for the open man you outstanding game for the loyal ramblers and and you know what's amazing to me and let me know if you thought this to the first four minutes before the under sixteen time out in the first half yeah nevada looked like the more talented team they sure did it looked like the better team seventeen to lead i think or something like that and it looked like the ramblers were going to get run out of the building instead they regrouped they played great defense and the longer those possessions went you saw nevada get frustrated and they created turnovers and it was just incredible to watch what a great story and you're right that's the reason people like college basketball teams like this the loyal ramblers that's exactly why why seth davis over on tbs the game was on cbs but seth davis at halftime of the game on tbs said listen he goes none of these loyola ramblers are going to the nba he said there are a team that is out there playing for themselves they love playing basketball together the only thing that bother me early in the game i'm watching the game and jordan caroline was playing very well he's a man he's a guy that could possibly go to the next level.
"loyola" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Off the top whether you like it or not it's just beget window well we start off the top with the tournament that continues to give us things we've never seen before unless of course you're historian jay bilas crazy opening night at a sweet sixteen eleven seated loyola chicago griffin door ninety to kansas state and ninthseeded florida state all pulled off upsets to advance the elite eight it's the first lead eight an nc double a tournament history with at least three teams seeded ninth or lower yeah we we have a lot of i that we're going to get the games themselves you know you look at loyola nevada that game started out the rest weren't blowing the whistle and both teams were running up and down the court like the hair was on fire it was it was unreal how long that pace was going to go until the first time out came and you could sit down and say okay guys let's all relax let's all relaxed now before loyola i it may thirteen straight shots in the second half eleven were layups or dunks and they they started to take control a bit of the game but it took that three pointer with about six seconds ago to put them up for to eventually get the one point win this was my worst nightmare because as you mentioned coming back and finally getting to see these teams for the first time you're overcoming a bit of perception in my worry always is when you have all these lower seated upset that you're going to end up basketball on these big stages and it was some drek to start like everyone was just trying their best to stand up straight for the majority of that but loyola settled in and really looked very very good on often got to the basket with ease and now they get to keep the dream alive there there i think i'm going to go all in on them in syracuse as a double digit seed kimmy loyalist the story that's the story will make the comparison to george mason years ago unfortunately when if you make the comparisons to tv ratings it doesn't go well but certainly the cinderella cinderella star quickly the other.
"loyola" Discussed on First and Last
"Quality that jp couldn't do and he wouldn't fit in the new system in new york person last year on espn radio and the espn app so a little bit of position versatility could certainly help the giants all the pass rush help that they can get after last season where they ranked near the bottom in the league just twenty seven sacks on the year tied for twenty nine for defense spend as much money as it did it was productive as it was two seasons ago a definite drop off now with all this change on the horizon it at least creates more doubt it creates more uncertainty for the giants at the top which can help drum up interest for them they draft where we hear all about teams that are ready to go up and reach for quarterbacks and for the giants who can continue to waffle between that idea of win now or plan for the future and hold the cards pretty close to the vest at this point bradley chubb and absolute stud though saw him play against a quality offense of line notre dame selfishly as i paid attention to that team and this guy just pops right off the page gets up feel close the edge quick and as he said has the ability to stand stand up or put his hand down we mentioned quarterbacks in this draft a quarterback i did not expect to hear from ever again in nfl circles was throwing it san diego's pro day yesterday at the university of san diego in one jonathan q football johnny mandel back out on the field and.
"loyola" Discussed on First and Last
"It's five o'clock the you know you'll football is we know where it is and we know they're plenty of it a lot of moves we get into the secondary portion of the nfl offseason because really early on you've got the nfl combine which is this big showcase of guys tyco the and then you've got the beginning of free agency the new league year that legal tampering period into march fourteen that day were all these big moves came down i was in an airport and heathrow in london watching the browns trade for everyone under the sun players flying everywhere now we get the secondary season where it's pro days so some of the lesser known names that you'll see in the draft this year ending up on teams competing in smaller underwear olympics and you get the second half of free agency where not as much big money getting doled out but team still trying to make meaningful moves around out there roster and that's the tampa bay buccaneers did yesterday as they were part of a trade with the new york football giants acquiring jason pierre paul he star defensive end in a trade and for this now for the giants.
"loyola" Discussed on First and Last
"But he's out here seen him hanging around the espn cath lurk in for the last couple of days on his way to the airport right now you hear him as the co host of freddie and fitz simons in fitzsimmons joins us now on the shell pennzoil performance line coach what's going on swear to you go to the only city in america that can have traffic at four forty seven am eastern time heartburn so you entertain people twenty minutes the sitting your traffic and i figured you know what let me call my guy to get some kind of equations to if i if what michigan did tonight texas am or that would be last night can you quite that to maybe cheetah attacking some form of an animal over in south africa you know what it bears a striking resemblance to exactly what i saw on our last night there recount on the tail of the poor warthog that just never really stood a chance so if a barrage josh of three pointers from michigan became the teeth of a lion that i think we've got the perfect metaphor right there just as terrifying too i mean look at the action last night man that one was the beatdown of epic epic proportions that we got to see but when you look at a team like loyola chicago continuing to roll through this tournament and you watch them i know we're all in namur was sister jeanne but this team's playing really strong basketball right now that we've gone from you know that tournament began it was fbi investigation and talking about coach cal right when his name going to come up that was all talk before the tournament began and now it's coming fbi those letters to gop you know with english icago sister jean is walkable run these guys on and here's the kicker they are very similar to george mason meaning when george mason made their run to the final four they beat in the first round.
"loyola" Discussed on First and Last
"Or excuse me that he suffered in may and returned in november and injury that was considered more significant the quiet leonard's an injury that tony parker rehab through the spurs team doctors now we know since with kawhi leonard there's been a lot of discrepancy between the opinions of his doctors on the outside the spurs team doctors how his rehab process is supposed to go and we said when tony parker made those comments this seems emblematic this seems to come from a place of frustration because we're not used to hearing these things from the san antonio spurs and now we see why now we see that this really did come from an emotional place for this team as like going against leonard in the body of game where we've seen time and time again i wish i could remember the team in the player was against but there's a video of leonard on the perimeter just absolutely putting the cuffs on some player one on one locking down shutting off in the ball and the frustration on the part of the offensive player knowing that you can't get past guy and be he's not even gonna smack talk you just gonna stand there with deadpan look on his face staring at him i have to imagine a lion share of the the suffering and the frustration in being in a room and passionately arguing for kawai leonard to come back to return to this team has to be made all the more frustrating by the fact that quite probably sat there with that same deadpan looked and very matter of factly delivered his response in a way that has to be frustrating when you as a team are emotionally pouring yourselves out in front of a guy that you just wanna see back on the court because you know you're championship hopes hinge with him and that while may be tough to reactivate him to the lineup and all these different things you know you're not winning an nba title without kawhi leonard on the floor.
"loyola" Discussed on First and Last
"Check it at the door play together and trying to compass something and he turns that over every year it's not like he's got a roster full of seniors that he can count on disseminate his message every year it's reteaching retooling and relearning over and over again there's gotta be some appreciation for that and he basically averages a final four appearance every other year i get it's not as title rich as we'd like it for that but we talk about it the ncaa tournament is a statistical crap shoot when it comes to picking champion compared to most of the other leagues and series play com playoff formats so you're going to be opened up to a lot more instances of the best team the true best team over the course of an entire season not winning the tournament because even the best team can have a bad day first and last michael junior here on espn radio and the espn app it's been forget a bad day it's been a bad season by spurs standards i say that because the usual spurs season involves fifty plus wins and relatively a silent team and a team that goes untucked about and i think is always rather enjoyed that now forty two wins this season they're not too far off six place in the western conference but have been as high as third at certain times but we're used to the only talk coming out of san antonio being gregg popovich going on a long rant about some some you know so some current social topic having some harsh words so the president he's generally the guy that we hear from if we're hearing from anyone in the spurs locker room and other than that they just prefer to be left the hell alone.
"loyola" Discussed on First and Last
"Truly i was stifling it was suffocating and it was what good teams do texas m who they had watched just knock off north carolina new head that potential of they got the chance to hang around to sit knock off a very good team used their paint presence michigan never let that become a factor never let that become an issue they kept their foot on the gas the entire way through ended up fourteen of twenty four from beyond the are nineteen of thirty six overall in the game and their coach john bay line credited all his players for these excess that this team had as they continue to march onto the date if you look at the story of teams they just get hot and i look at every year differently but i would wouldn't too much into we got some special ingredient here we just you look at some of those teams we went to the this level with the team last year was special know went through a plane crash and did everything that team before that had five nba first rounders on it so they they have pretty good players and so now we look going forward and we'll get to the other side of the bracket coming up here sauce some of the other action from last night including more upsets as team we thought the the worst left in the tournament decided that they would not go quietly into this good night.