5 Burst results for "Michael Loxley"
"michael loxley" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And you have to be able to score at least 28 points in this league if you unless you have an unbelievable defense, and that's one glaring stat that they wanted proven Here is the run up. And they kick off. This time. It's a deeper kick taken by Jacob's at the five slipped past they would be tackler stumbles out across the 30 at his best return out to the 35 yard line. It was who Bander who made the tackle. Market after 30 for this will be Maryland's best field position to begin a drive with 3 17 to go in the half on all three of their timeouts remaining down 27 3 to the wild hands. Cats Trail three Nothing but they've hit the Terps with 27 straight points. Interesting to see if Michael Loxley Continues to go with tongue go via Loa. After His guys battled. Here's Tongo Vaya Lola Jonze, left, now throws over Chutes open receiver. That was Cobb's right. Hobbs now out near midfield when I had a first down and it was open, but that ball sailed over his head. There's no question he's missed some pretty simple throws. And that one was again a wide open receiver in zone coverage thrown over his head second out in 10, Maryland for their own 34 yard.
"michael loxley" Discussed on WEEI
"Years? 300? Plus Carrie is here for the next three years when he's already 35 now answers. No, no. So if I'm if I'm If I'm being really gotta pick one. The only the only possibility is for him the winning championship with Washington football club or wherever he ends up. It's not even close, not even a conversation. I agree. It's not like he's got a five year deal with Washington. He's gonna be bouncing around if he wants to pursue that record. And while I agree he'll fall short of the record in this travels off bouncing around for the record, maybe stumbles upon a ring. I'm with you. Michael Locksley, the Maryland head football coach has informed the National Coalition of Minority Reformed It. Pardon me not informed he formed it the National Coalition of Minority football coaches. Now the idea is to help speed up the process of minority coaches moving up the ranks in college football. And the NFL. Will it work won't hurt that mean It's certainly a good starting point will work. I don't know. Um, ultimately. You know, Ultimately, you could have all these groups and coalitions and all these movements. The Russell for sure. These are all great things. They're born from a great place. But the people doing the hiring ultimately had to get to a point of inflection where Where they either change, Maybe some preconceived ideas or based on familiarity. Probably a better way to frame it. And until that happens, I don't know that you're fully see it. But I'm hopeful. Yeah, no, I think it will help. I don't know what the impact how quickly the impact will be. But it will help because it will I think breed other initiatives like this now, Michael Michael Loxley was obviously at Alabama. He was a stud coordinator there in Alabama, A 50 year old 50 50 years old. It took him this long to get a head coaching opportunity. Obviously, at Maryland we know what that came about. Is that Jordan McNair Death and D. J. Durkin got fired. So there's an opening and he happened into this job now. Well, this will this make a lasting difference? I think so Immediate. Probably not. But last thing. Yeah, I think it's awesome. I think he's keeping some kids home, too. I saw something. The other dad and I don't call it like Mitch, I think was on the Big 10 network where I only caught a few minutes out, but it was interesting. It looks like he's really started Get some of those great players and it is a great kid. I know Matha DeMatha is in Maryland. There's some great schools of the Northern Virginia. Maryland area even just get in the Virginian and Jersey you know, with the recruiting kick territories that Maryland grabs at mean Absolutely. I think we'll have a Locksley next week on the show. So looking forward to getting to know you have them on the yet. That's what Santa just told us that you go Mavericks the Dallas Mavericks, Wharton three, so far, the bubble with their only wind coming in overtime to the Kings. How concerned are we about the Mavericks Heading into the playoffs mean not? I can't take anything out of this bubble bee Dee really? Can't I know that we talked about the Lakers earlier and, you know And that's only because of the individual. LeBron is off, disengaged shooting very poorly, but he's okay distributor. But he's also talking about these bubble issues and not team issue. I mean, He's emotionally.
"michael loxley" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"We got here from Charlie birds in Springfield Virginia it. Is it too late for the Redskins to hire Michael Loxley Loxley scorn a lot going to be insufferable. That's a lot of points from Robert Robert Byrd you now you hate when soccer announcers say one nil why you'd never complained about tennis. You think fifteen love is better than one nil love. Please justify testify. I guess I just heard it my whole life. You know what it comes. Close to it. You know would love comes from look the egg in French the yeah that's what that's what's the the origin of it from Curtis Copeland. I have no idea how the redskins were able to get the nats bullpen to close out game. That's actually Aguirre. Sully from Boston Never Rivera. I'm not sure you should be using a metaphor like restaurant quality when referring to music or anything given your recent experiences restaurant tour work but maybe that's just me. I think that's fair. I think that's fair. Joel Berry goes from traverse city Michigan need advice. If you're not so routine commute home from work I was traveling on a rural Michigan road and I just passed over the crest of a hill to my surprise. Three Adult Turkeys were standing on the road one Turkey. He made the fatal decision to fly to the opposite side of the road while I was passing by the Turkey bounced off my hood and slammed in my windshield the windshield did not break but the driver's side windshield wiper was damaged in my hood was scratched. I searched youtube a though youtube and found a video to fix my windshield wiper good as new however I dumped water on the deep scratches on my hood. It did not fix the scratches misstep. Thanks for years of wisdom and entertainment. It's apparently it's distilled water yeah. That's the case still gonNA ARTETA's hill from sent us stuff before Kenny Ray from Fort Walton Beach in Florida see you don't remember anything anymore. The Comedian Dennis Miller tells great story about the first and only time he got dinner with Frank Sinatra Don rickles arranged the invitation but Miller warned but warned Miller that frank suffered from Sicilian Alzheimer's hammers he only remembers the grudges that is so you Mr so you put from Michael Guardiola in Seattle. I want to propose a new segment Carville bill versus a baby my first child mask child miles Jordan Guardiola when eleven from fifteen against the spread this weekend in my college football pick them lake. He's just shy of five months makes picks by kicking a toy keyboard while squealing so is understandable as Carville. Please tell whip Wilpon I gave him the Middle Name. Jordan honor of Michael Jordan is I grew up outside Chicago. I told my wife was a family name. It is for the for Michael Jordan. carbon was to know Carl had army well no doubt carvel the real issue carbons to an oh man. We didn't understand that those were to make me state troy gain from John. John McLaughlin the gory in Wuhan China. I feel your pain about. RFK being torn down. I went to Cleveland Municipal Stadium many times as a kid to see the Indians of the Browns by greatest sports sports memory was seeing Jim Brown player postseason game against the packers as an eight year old they turned all the lights off in the stadium except for one spotlight introduce the browns players on the greatest player in NFL history as we ran out in front of the eighty thousand fans stadium shook with a roar never to be duplicated in my life art modell ripped our hearts out of the nineteen ninety s and the old stadium came tumbling down the last event that the mistake by the lake was the rock and Roll Hall of fame induction show where fifty bands including Bob Dylan Bruce Springsteen the kings and countless others in one last awesome show hopefully. RFK RFK can have a memorable sendoff as well for all the fans is still cherish their childhood memories. That'd be nice. I don't count on it but it'd be nice Rick Zeh Zeh it's from Suffolk Virginia I applaud Mr Burgess of Ms Burgess throwing teams hat into the ring Michael's. NFL loyalty however I thought the reason Michael was switching loyalty was due to the lack of team success during his lifetime. I believe the last on the chiefs had success. You had a full head of hair while covering sports for Newsday. I would humbly submit my Denver broncos as is a more suitable choice while the chiefs have never managed to win the Lamar Hunt Trophy famously named after the late owner the broncos have accomplished feat seven times additionally the craft beer scene is fantastic Aston Colorado. Finally I believe that Michael already familiar with the color orange making this move true Kevin Leeann Mesa Arizona last week. I heard you we're having the residents of Chevy Chase did not support chatter. These are the same people didn't watch listen listen. It's okay that's really okay okay. 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"michael loxley" Discussed on KTOK
"City. We are the proud sponsor of well preserved. News Radio one thousand KT. Okay. This is well preserved with Eunice Corey. And are we going to have a Charlie Brown Christmas? Probably. So our thanks to Baptist village for being the sponsor of the week. We had a curbside chronicle vendor Curtis. Call in today, and he is going to be the winner of a hundred bucks Christmas cash. Thanks to all of our winners. This year, we have actually given away ten thousand two hundred dollars. That's pretty cool just to call in and tell me who the sponsor of the week is because this program would not exist without sponsors. Speaking of that we have live on the newsmaker line from Fayetteville Arkansas, Betsy Breuls, Arnold and shakeup Arnold. Betsy. Of course is the daughter of coach Frank broilers and Jacob is the recent director of the Broncos fan Dacian. We recently had the Broncos award in Little Rock, Arkansas. Jacob. Have an amazing winner. Of course, he works for not works for. He is on staff with the university of Alabama. We're gonna watch them on the twenty ninth. They will be playing. Oh, you so it's going to be kind of interesting. We have a former winner of the Breuls award and a new winner of the Breuls award. They're going to be head to head on the term. Yeah. We love that. We we'd love lake in Riley love everything that he's doing it. Oh, you such a good human being as well. As an incredible coach, Mike Loxley this year's winner. I mean coming from Alabama an incredible story and a really deserving guy in an hour after the Breuls award ceremony and our after being named this year's winner. He was offered the head coaching job at Maryland. So he will stay through the ball season. But he's already moving up on to better things. And we're really proud of that. And that happens so many times to the winners of the Breuls award. So for people in Oklahoma City that maybe you're not familiar with this. Tell me about the royals award. Yes, ma'am. So it's essentially the Heisman for assistant, college, football coaches. It's the most prestigious the top award. If you're in assistant coach in this country. It's been around for twenty three years. Years and we'd had an incredible cast of finalists and winners who have gone on to really shape, the entire landscape of modern college football. It's such a privilege to have this event. Such a unique experience and to participate in college football and really marry my grandfather's legacies of supporting college, football coaches and supporting Alzheimer's caregivers is something that you we're we're proud to do every day. We love it. Well, and this just speaks volumes of coach Frank Breuls anything that he did from the time. I knew him and I've only been on the family team for about twelve years. It was all about making somebody else's life better. Not his and the assistant coach award. I will have to say, Michael Loxley and his wife. She is not Dan gorgeous. But she's pretty from the inside out. And he. He as big as he is. Of course, I'm five foot tall. He was such. He had such a spirit about him that, you know. I would like this guy if he even if he wasn't a football coach. Oh, yes, they're great people. And it's fun. How we get support -ticipant with them. So they'll be back next year. We have the winter come back every year, and we stay in touch and just by this one interaction with them this year, they introduced us to some of their friends who are twins. Ironically, enough, just like mom was there dealing with their fathers, Alzheimer's. So we're able to step in and help them in Maryland. And reflects, you know, kind of what it all stands for at the end of the day. It's an outstanding awards, but we're all there to help people and we get to do. And this is so interesting as a college football aficionado. I watch him every Saturday I had become a huge fan of Clemson. You know, that's the little tiger team that seems to be rolling everybody. And now I'm going to be a university of Maryland fan. I have never been to the university of Maryland. But just meeting the candidates for the broil award. And these are people that when I speak their story on how they've arrived in there, you know, in their life journey and everything and they talk like your grandfather Jacob it's not about me. It's about everybody else. So what an honor to to be able to just be part of the team to be there on in December in Little Rock, Arkansas. If we wanted to take something away from this program and Jacob are Betsy either one of you jump in. What is it? We want to leave today for our listening audience. I'll jump in on that. You know, we're here for you at the broilers foundation here with well preserved. You know, if you know anyone who's affected by Alzheimer's or any other form of dementia, please reach out to us. We're we're here to help..
"michael loxley" Discussed on WLAC
"One more vacancy has been filled Maryland announced they've hired Alabama offensive coordinator, Michael Loxley as the Terrapins next head football coach prior to his current stint with trims and tied. He was Maryland's offensive coordinator under coach Randy Edsall from twenty twelve to two thousand fifteen and in fact, he serve as interim head coach at Maryland. When Edsall was fired midway through the two thousand fifteen season urban Meyer is stepping down as Ohio state's head coach following the Rose Bowl. And it'll be offensive coordinator Ryan day taking over as head coach. In fact, they is reportedly agreed to a five year deal as the new head coach of the buckeyes former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant just announced he is headed to Missouri. He was sixteen and two is starter for the Tigers leading them to last year's college football playoff but was replaced by freshman Trevor Lawrence early this season. Hammering home. His message Feinstein never asked him about. Rush limbaugh. It became Mary. Weekdays eleven one talk radio ninety eight point three and fifteen ten wwl AC. Santa Bali downtown. Crazy. Upstage cost of labor. There's an interesting cultural training, I've always maintained that politics is downstream. Of culture. The gig economy as it's called JiJi gig, a term that was really only used by aggies to refer to what you do to a frog. The stabbing motion. Or the act of stabbing. Or more commonly how musicians refer to having a a book date for which they are going to get paid a gig. We're going they even use it as verb. I'll talk to some my musician buddies. What are you up to man, I've been gigging hard means a show every night? The concept of a gig. Some work. Is really used widely by young folks today in reference to the gig economy, and that is things like Uber and lift. Where? Guy gets off work at five o'clock. He goes into his Uber app. He turns it on. And he becomes a taxi driver. Guy gets off from work five o'clock his car's in the shop today. He becomes a taxi user. So he puts into Uber. I need a drive this kind of car I want this is the the the level of car I want, and I must say they're imperfect on that. But whatever. Economy, middle middle, SUV, limo, whatever and an exchange has been created. Well, American industry would not be what it is today. If it weren't if it weren't for our stock market. Our stock market allowed it an exchange whereby a low level person financially. Could invest in the largest of companies as long as they're public companies long as they sell parts of themselves out there. Thus was created the exchange originally the new York Stock Exchange. Well, there are other commodities exchanges. Now, there's NASDAQ which is more tech heavy, but this exchange the creation of a place where people could interact is as profound as the concept of currency. I've told the story before so forgive me for being tedious. But if I raise horses. And you grow turnip greens. I would like to buy five bushels of turnip turnip greens. And you say I will show you five bushels return beans, and I say, well, I don't have anything small enough to pay you because my horse is worth a lot. That's worth two years worth of turnip greens. Well, that's a very complicated arrangement. So the reason we created currency was so that small transactions could occur. Because I might require a three thousand bushels of turnip greens before I would ever trade you a horse. So it was an imperfect trade if things were of unequal value. So currency allowed you to assign one rock or one pepper corn or whatever the currency was a horse was five thousand so that when I sell a horse, a horde my five thousand pepper corns, and I can go out and buy some turnip greens and some olives and subpoena tes and whatever else I bought. That currency increased the amount of trade because it facilitated the trade it made trading easier. One of the problems with trading was the imperfection in in in value of things well currency made things much easier. So to an exchange makes things much easier because there are lots of people out there willing to drive for thirty minutes or an hour or two hours or three hours. But they don't want to go to work for a taxi company. You gotta pay the taxi company for the use of their vehicle. You gotta wait till the call comes in. And then be dispatched out to the call. Why do all that? And you had to go through the medallion system because the government gotten away and said, oh, we need to license. The taxis. What a joke. I used to be chairman of the committee that licensed the taxes in the city of Houston. What a complete and utter joke. The public doesn't need to be protected from taxi drivers any more than we need to be protected from nannies or carpenters or anything else. The marketplace will work these things out will there be a bad guy. Who becomes an Uber driver? Sure, Rebecca were taxi drivers to the inefficiency to people meant that people didn't want to call taxis. Because if you remember how bad it was you would call into the taxi and an hour later. The surly dispatcher will send somebody out to you. And by that time, you wish you hadn't even done it. Because you find another ride from somebody else. So what people do they get in their car drunk, all the reasons that people Uber now are are because it's better than the taxi. Well, when you think about how this exchange occurred, Airbnb who would have guessed that people would allow other people to live in their house in their house. That's an intimate thing, man. That's an invasion of your space. But they do it. They do it every day. The Airbnb was originally because this couple allowed somebody to come into their house and all they got was an air mattress. That's where the air came from. They gave him an air mattress. Twenty bucks a night, or whatever it was. Because if you could do that for ten nights, there's two hundred bucks, and they were sociable couple. So there you go. But now these level technology has allowed these levels of chain of exchange to occur to such an extent that young people can have a day job and two or three days a month. They can work a little extra and make a little extra. And there are people who don't like to go through the traditional corporate route. They don't want to stay at a corporate hotel. Then wanna use a corporate taxi? They want to engage with each other people just like them and there's nothing wrong with that. We're all slightly tribal and parochial in our own ways. And this allows at this gig economy works, except here's the problem. The gig economy is based the gig economy tends to serve more than anything else. Young fiercely independent people. Who are not joiners. They're probably slightly left leaning to moderate, they're younger. They're bigger risk takers. But the gig economy runs exactly opposite of the political ideology that they've committed to which is state ISM socialism. Governmental regulation, governmental control. So now, it's making these these millennials into the ultimate libertarians the ultimate fiscal libertarians because they don't want the government getting in between them an Uber. They want to go to south by southwest and get into an Uber. Not have to wait three hours on a taxi. Which was what you were what you were known to do before they wanna stay where they want to stay in the towns where they want to stay in. They don't want the they want to be able to rent out their apartment and not have to pay a local hotel occupancy tax through the government. It's an interesting fraying philosophically between the mindsets. It's a Jekyll and Hyde condition. And if we do our job if Republicans if conservatives if if liberty if conservative Libertarian-leaning conservative Republicans can do a better job explaining to young people, we don't have to lose all their votes. Many of them are actually freedom loving market believers, the gig economy is the ultimate free. Marketplace..