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Larson dominates for third NASCAR All-Star race win, takes home $1 million
"Kyle Larson took the NASCAR Cup Series all star drivers to the proverbial woodshed at the historic North Wilkesboro speedway and handed out a meeting. Knowing how good my car was, I wanted the second segment to play out exactly like you did. I just wanted a long run to the end. No drama. And that's what happened. He took home the win and the $1 million winner take all paycheck. Larson is the only driver to win three all star races at three different tracks, but can see that Sunday's victory was extra special on the resurrected speedway that hadn't seen NASCAR action since 1996. If I had to pick one of any of them, I think winning it historic track like this, you'd be in the first Cup Series winner since 96 is probably the coolest coolest thing. Bubba Wallace tried to chase Larsen down, but didn't have the speed to catch up. I even hit it on the head, you know, really all season, so to run second of them is not a bad thing, but the run second all star race. Sucks. His teammate Tyler Reddick finished third. Jerry Jordan, North Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:17 p.m. EDT
"DP sports, I'm Mike Reeves after battling weather issues on Friday and Saturday. They were able to complete the masters on Sunday. Graham agar's has the story. John Robin has closed out a comfortable four shot victory at the masters to claim his second major title, adding the green jacket to his U.S. open crown became the fourth Spaniard to win at agusta, joining 70 by a sterile Jose Maria Osama and Sergio Garcia. Never thought I was going to cry by winning a golf tournament, but I got very close on that 18th hole. And a lot of it because of what it means to me and to Spanish golf. In the NHL, the Boston Bruins won 5 to three in Philadelphia to set a league record with their 63rd victory. Bruins goaltender, Jeremy swayman. It's hard to win in this league. There's a reason why this record's at 62, because not many teams can get there. So it's a special honor. The play in tournament pairings are set in the NBA in the east 7 seed Miami plays number 8 Atlanta. About number 9 Toronto meets number ten Chicago in the west, the Lakers are the 7th seed and they'll host number 8 Minnesota, LA forward LeBron James for us as good as we don't have to travel. We travel a lot the ladies. It's good that we get to stay here, but that doesn't make us be comfortable. The other Western Conference play in match up will feature number 9 New Orleans against number ten, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, head coach, Willie green knows what to expect from the thunder. You may not get as many shots as the scores are not going to be as higher. And we still have to attack, have tech mentality. On the diamond, the rays defeat Oakland 11 to nothing to improve their record to 9 and O pitcher drew Rasmussen. I think this organization has come to expect big things when it comes to the regular season and moving into the postseason. And so the start we're off to is unbelievable. Wide receiver Odell Beckham junior has agreed to a one year contract with the ravens Beckham did not play last season following ACL surgery and Christopher Bell held off Tyler Reddick to win the dirt race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Mike Reeves AP sports.
"reddick" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"Close to getting out of the car 'cause I thought I was gonna faint, so I must have drank 8 bowls of water and I bought some water in the race and the team kept me calm. We got reasonably good result at the end so I was happy. We talk a lot about our drivers athletes. I think our NASCAR drivers, athletes, we saw from an F one driver today on a hot day in Austin, Texas. These guys are athletes. And I know you were listening to buttons radio as well, and you kind of heard that progression through the race too. Yeah, listen to it, especially at the end of the race, and it was really intriguing what he said because he goes, he mentioned to his team, he says, he's cut drivers are on it every second of the race. And he also goes on to call the race a roller coaster saying, quote, a whole F one season in one race. And so it was a hard day for him. I think at the end of the way it came out, I think you'll look back on palm this fondly. Obviously, this is not the last time that we're going to see him. We'll see him in Chicago. He'll be there and he'll also do the indie road course. So he's got two more races left with this Rick ware ride with the partnership with Stewart Haas racing. So as he gets a little bit more experience, maybe gets another better performance, he could top this 18th. Can you get a top 15? Can I get a top ten? If things work out. But that after the race is immediate reaction was kind of appreciation and enjoying the experience. I think is a good sign for him and for the NASCAR fans. I think a lot of people when I tweeted out were really appreciative that he looked at it that way and we're looking forward to seeing him come back and race again later this year. Yeah, it would be great to see him the Chicago street course race very curious to see how an F one driver does in the first NASCAR Cup Series street race ever. That'll be entertaining. Well, it certainly felt like probably a full NASCAR season for some of these drivers as well, Dustin with the extended overtime. And we were talking before we got started here. This is the pretty much the quarter pole of the regular season. When you look at where some of these guys are positioned in the points, I think to me the guy really jumps out Dustin is Carl Larsen finishes 14th today and is now 27th in the point standings and granted a lot of that is because of the penalty that Hendrick motor sports got for its hood loopers at Phoenix that's going to be the appeal will be heard soon this week. So that could change. But to me, what's interesting here is where Kyle Larson is relative to his other teammates. I mean, he's 5 spots behind William Byron. He's 11 spots behind Alex Bowman, where I feel like, you know, again, depending on what happens with the appeal, I feel like if at this point you're outside the top 20 top 25 in points, it's gonna be pretty hard to make the playoffs on points, especially if there are as many winners or close to it as there were last year. I almost feel like Kyle Larson might be getting into must win territory, not that he can't win. He can win in anything. And Hendrick motor sports has had the fastest cars this year, but it's interesting to me that that team is not off to the kind of start they would want to have either. Well, just think about this if the appeal goes against hendrik later this week and they don't get those hundred points back that at what point are you entering a mess when a situation for multiple drivers at Hendrick? I mean, I think everybody expects it to be a obviously a must win situation for chase Elliott to make the playoffs because he's going to miss so many races. What if Larson has a couple of bad races here the next couple of weeks and falls further back, then you have, you know, essentially the last two cup champions for Hendrick motor sports in must win situations, the rest of the regular season. I'm not as worried about Larsen at this point because of the speed. Again, it's interesting, you know, you think about the two wins that William Byron has, you know, those were situations where Larsen was strong and Byron beat him on a restart. If they split that, then at least Kyle's got that win. I think another thing that's just as big in a sense is William Byron, although it is in a better situation with the winds, he doesn't have those playoff points at least as of right now because they lost those ten playoff points in the penalty. I want to see what this appeal does and see what happens here but I like the speed that Hendrick cars have and let me see who else can close the gap if others can and how that happens the next few weeks. I think it'll be an interesting stretch here. We're getting into the short track season with Richmond next. You got the Bristol dirt race, which you're going to put Tyler Reddick, Kyle Larson, Christopher Bell. I'm sure most people are going to have those three on their fantasy teams going into that race just because of their dirt background and what they can do there. So I think Larsen's got some opportunities coming up. If he falters, it could get a little interesting especially if they don't win that appeal this week. It does get interesting, but he does have some opportunities, like you said, ask her just had its first road course of the season with coda. Next week for short track of the season with Richmond Raceway
"reddick" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"Don't love it doing it, but this is as a sport. We're not boring. Alex Bowman's take was yeah, the problem is if you don't peek out and bomb the guy in front of you, the guy behind you does it to you. So what do you do there, right? It's not right. The way we race is embarrassing and 12 year olds were doing it, we'd be yelling at him, but here we are saying it's the best thing in the world on TV. Ross Chastain and Daniel Suarez had a conversation post race. Alex Bowman, after being rammed by Suarez, he talked to Suarez and they apparently just worked it out immediately. I think Bowman said, go talk to your teammate. Yeah, it's pretty much exactly what he said. He was like, that guy did it. So it seemed like the sports was fine with Bowman, but Suarez was not fine with Chastain. And the only thing I could really make up from their conversation was Chastain said something the effect of, don't be all high and mighty is what he said to east track house racing teammate junior Suarez. And obviously we just heard those quotes from Chastain. He feels as if, hey, this is part of the deal, man. Just deal with it. What do you make of all the angst in animosity after this race and can track house racing put it behind them? Yeah, I think they can. I guess my question is, what's the expectation for Ross Chastain? And look, he's on the inside of row 5. He's starting 9th. Suarez, I think, was fourth or so. Chastain's got, as you said, Bowman in front of him. They're going to, they're going to the inside of the corner. They're going far left. He's got Briscoe behind him. Whether there was contact or not, but certainly Chastain was pushing, pushing the limit. And Suarez find himself in the middle in essence. What's the expectation for Ross Chastain? Is he supposed to not make every effort possible to try to take the position and instead supposed to protect Suarez and let schwarz get okay and then get through that corner or is he supposed to go for it because he's got sponsors into his team too at the end of the day, I know they're teammates. Look, you got to look out after each other. I get that, but at the end of the race, there comes a point. Everybody talks about I got to look out for my own team. I guess my question and maybe only Daniel Suarez can answer this is what's the expectation for Ross Chastain? What's he supposed to do in that situation? And are you going to put the reins if you're just in Marx on Ross Chastain in a situation like that? I don't think so. I think you're thinking the guys in 9th, you know, this term one is a crazy turn. Unleash the hounds and let it go and let's see what happens. Ross Chastain said, I didn't get mad when I got spun. I just tried to get my car to start. And jaross Chastain's credit, he actually rebounded and came all the way back to fourth from falling pretty deep in the field and also recovering from a pit stop that had dropped him from the top 5 deep in the field. Where it appeared that he was going to be the lone challenger at one point to William Byron and Tyler Reddick running for the win. So yeah, I guess it's a lot to process, but I'm just wondering, I think that Ross Chastain said to Daniel Suarez and would agree with your question as far as what do you expect? I just wonder if like at what point is that rationalization of, hey, I can raise guys however I want to. I mean, maybe that's what the essence of Ross Chastain. I think that is. Maybe that's just his worldview, right? I'm sorry, but I'm going to race you the way you race me and you can expect me to race you always with just hammer down and beat in the crap out of you. And that's why I guess he doesn't get upset when people run into him for the most part. Well, I was just like, Alex Bowman said, he said he felt like the racing was embarrassing in a sense. Everybody, a lot of people are doing it. The front of the field was as respectful as could be. Now again, once you get three, four rows back, everybody's going for everything. These cars are indestructible. Redick made the reference to the post race press conference about the clash. It was amazing watching the clash just how guys would send it into the corners and know that there was no way they were going to make it without running in the back of somebody. And then guys just kept doing it. One guy did it. Another guy did it and it was pretty soon. That was the standard way of going into the corner. You know, if NASCAR wanted to address it, they could have done it at the clash where it was an exhibition race where it wouldn't have mattered. But again, that puts on a show cars beaten and banging and some action and things like that is NASCAR going to step in for this over what happened in turn one at wakota? No, because it's beaten and banging and action like that. And so what happens is if the officials aren't going to step in and drivers have to elevate, they have to be more aggressive and I'm sorry if that's not how the gentleman the gentlemanly racer drives a road course, but that's the way it's done in NASCAR when you got these fenders and you've got these cars that I'm not going to say are indestructible but are pretty hard to beat on. Let me ask you let me say remember when it was with the previous car that, you know, everybody was complaining about there was no contact beating and banging at the short track because if you made any contact whatsoever, you knocked in a fender, that cut a tire. You know, there's no benefit to doing it. Well, now the fenders don't cave in. So you're just going to smack people and you're just going to hit it in the corners like that. So that's what it's become. I don't think it's going to change. I don't even know how NASCAR could change it because I don't think you could have penalized people for it because we do. You're going to penalize 20 cars at a time. I don't think NASCAR would want to change it because to your point. The reason they were strengthened was because too many cut tires, not just short tracks, but speedways, like everywhere cut tires whenever there was any damage. They definitely want to get away from that and you're right. Like Tyler Reddick said in the post race today, these front and rear bumpers are now so resilient. You can hit somebody really hard without knocking anything off. And you're right. We saw that the clash, and we certainly saw it with Ross Chastain kind of bulldozing his way a little bit to a fourth place finish and give him credit for that. Wasn't the best day, by the way, for track house and that not only do you have Daniel swore, he finished in 27th, but you also had Kimi Räikkönen, F one champion in his second start, finishing 29th. Of course, he was one of many interlopers in this race. Conor Daly from Mindy car series finished his 36th Jordan Taylor and chase Elliott's car, finishes 24th, but the best finish of the interlopers. Jenson Button, 2009, Formula One champion finishes 18th in the Rick ware racing Ford button had an interesting comment afterward, Dustin, he said, trying to
"reddick" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"Kyle Redick had been driving in the last couple of years. And Zack tanza ready are producer at NBC sports. Was that coated today? And he got this quote Kyle Busch. I got alongside Reddick there on that one restart into the S's and I could have forced the issue and pushed them off or whatever, but we ran each other hard. We ran each other clean and gave each other room. So I'd respect the kid and he's been nothing but great to me. So I gave him respect back. And so we've had some good races between each other. They were really fast. I mean, they deserve to win. There's no sense in taking it from them. Interesting that Kyle Busch essentially would say, hey, I wasn't going to take this away from Tyler Redick. I don't think Kyle Busch we're going to get to this in a minute. I don't think Kyle Busch would be saying that about Ross Chastain and probably some other drivers. But I think also because there hadn't been an issue or seemingly we haven't seen an issue between Tyler and Kyle Busch for Kyle Busch to go out and turn Tyler for the win a week after he talked about to us. The media in Atlanta about the lack of respect and the garage and pleading for some help in that to maybe in essence, you know, suggesting NASCAR needs to step in more often. I think would have just been hypocritical. Now, if it's against, if it's with somebody that he's had an issue with or there's a history there, that's another thing, but I'm not aware of a history between Tyler and Kyle. So Kyler just turns them, then everything he said last week is worthless in a sense because of he's going against everything he said. Unless he can further explain why he made those actions. And obviously, you know, like Tyler said in the press conference, he said he felt like he hadn't had any issues with Kyle. They raced clean. He felt confident with him behind him on the restart as opposed to some of those others who had been behind him for some of those other late restarts. So Kyle's got a win too. So this is race 6. This is not race 25. This is race 25 and Kyle Busch has to win to get into the playoffs. Well, everybody understands the gloves are going to come off more. And there's going to be more aggression. And if he can get to the back bumper, this is like a short track race, at least with term one is and some of these corners that you're going to put the bumper to them and if they can't control it, then so be it. That's on them is the way you look at it. I think that Tyler Reddick's reputation is fairly pristine among his peers. And there were a lot of bent emotions after this race. We're going to get to all that. There are a lot of angry drivers. We're going to touch on that. But first I want to make two more points about the finish. I don't know if you got this, Dustin, but I was definitely feeling some Ned Jarrett, 1993, Daytona 500 vibes toward the end of this race. Of course, that was the famous Daytona 500 Dale Jarrett's first win in Ned Jarrett's in the booth, rooting him on. Kurt Busch, as I mentioned, was driving the 45 car until that Pocono crash last year. And he got emotional, it's amazing. 23 11 and how fast we're growing and how much we're doing together. It's forward together on this program. It brings brings me a little bit to be choked up. I was hoping to be back
"reddick" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"Early, obviously you expect everybody else in a situation like that that's kind of on the fence to do the opposite of you when you've been a dominant Carl weekend. And kudos to Tyler for staying focused in dealing with, you know, that was really the only chance. One time we were back in traffic and he dealt with it really well and made quick work of it, kept the car in one piece. We still thought it was going to work out. It still was going to work out the best even without the way the yellows felt. So we did that with the plan of two stopping from there, right? That still fell into the three stop strategy window. We had looked at in the beginning. Untimely caution right outside the last fuel window, that made it more of a close race than we were wanting. But we had already got deleted that point and fortunately, able to write some heads up and he had speed. Whereas it seemed like William Byron and a lot of other cars were going to be content with two stops. Tyler Redick, I think pitted on lap 13 from the lead when Byron a lot of other lead lap cars, the contenders stayed out. So what did you make of that does? And I thought that was a really interesting move. That to me signaled how confident 23 11 racing felt about its driver that we're just going to put him on offense. We don't care if he has to make up the time from an extra pit stop with fresh tires and him being the best road course driver, maybe in cup right now. We're going to feel confident we can win this race. Yeah, I thought it was interesting because, you know, like I said, he pinned a lap 13. So look, if this was a, if this was the road course race from last year, lap 13 would have been the last opportunity to pit before they closed pit road for the end of the stage at lap 15. So basically, I almost felt like they were running the race at the beginning, just like they would have last year and basically with the stage breaks and the cautions. If you think you've got a chance to win the race, you're going to give up stage points in the first stage. You're going to pit before the stage. And before pit road closes, and then you're going to put yourself in position to get a better track position, put yourself in position in the second stage, or you could even do it again in the second stage. I think when I went back and looked at the stats, nearly half the top ten drivers in the 6 road course races last year didn't even score points in either stage. So look, when you've got the best car, that's a play you can make. Now the issue is if you get a caution at the wrong time, then you get put in a vulnerable position. We saw that in the Xfinity race on Saturday with AJ on the dinger having a very strong car. He went out and pit. There was a caution shortly after then he had a couple of restarts in the 20s and got beaten banged around and almost thought maybe that was going to be it for him before he came back and won that race. So there is a little bit of risk involved. Yeah, it makes a lot of sense, even though they sacrificed any stage points. Stage one, they won stage two so they pick up a playoff point. Now they're essentially locked in the playoffs because they win the race. But of course it was not without drama, as I mentioned, you had three green white checkered finishes, and we saw this interesting situation Dustin, where Reddick was missing it somehow in turn one. It wasn't, I think, until that second to last restart where you or maybe it was the third to us. The first green white checker where you finally kind of figured out how to nail it, but up until then, I think it was in doubt, and I think the team was telling them on the radio coaching him to change his marker as he entered turn one because he was doing something that was allowing Byron and some other guys to kind of get to his outside. Yeah, and I was listening to him and for the most part, William Byron, throughout most of the race. And it was fascinating hearing that conversation on the radio for Reddick asking his team about that and just the struggles and touring because he was constantly missing that corner. So much and drifting out so far why that he was leaving the inside so far opened that he was losing positions or having to battle while going through the esses. I know that something he said in the press conference afterward the United States that's not the ideal situation because now you may get yourself in the trouble with the track limits and crossing over the lines and being too far inside the S's and get penalized. So you get a sense of the mind of Tyler Reddick and they're talking about how much he works and how much time he puts in the simulator and how much effort he puts into and he's quizzing his guys his team about, hey, what does it look like? What am I not doing? Because I know at one point on one of the restarts they said, look, you're making your move, your defensive move too late. You're making that move, but then you're hitting the brakes as you're starting it as you're making your turn. And that's throwing your car off. So make your defensive move a little earlier before you get start turning the wheel and hitting the brakes and everything like that. So obviously that last one was he nailed it and did it well, got through. Turn one and turn two and after that, it was pretty much gone. And as long as we're learning more cautions, it was his race to lose, and he didn't. Yeah, and he closed it out. That's really great insight, Dustin and kind of give us that window and how the team was coaching him through it. And I think there was a need for that reassurance because this season, Tyler Reddick's first but 23 11 racing after being in the Cup Series the last three years with Richard Childress racing, becoming a winner there, but then having kind of an awkward transition out of Richard Childress racing gets a 23 11 racing, Kurt Busch on the race broadcast today for Fox. He of course has exited the number 45 seat because of the concussion that he suffered last year in the Pocono crash. So moves on to 23 11 racing, putting Tyler Reddick in that seat and some expectations there, Dustin certainly very high. There was a lot made when Tyler Reddick was hired about they expected him to do some really big things right off the bat. Rob T Johnson from the podium finished dot net. How validating is
Logano passes Keselowski on last lap, gives Ford Atlanta win
"Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski battled side by side cleanly for almost 50 laps. We both know we're good at this. I feel like Brad is one of the top 5 best speedway racers on the racetrack, but Logano pulled away on the final lap for the win. I knew we were going to raise the heck out of each other and I think we both understand it. We want to win. You kind of leave the feelings at the door. Towel Reddick finished third and Corey Lajoie gained his best career NASCAR finish in fourth. After that re rack after the green flag stopped in stage two is when track position became a premium and you had to just go wherever you could. By making strategic moves through the field. I'm Jerry Jordan
Entertainment Update for 3-19
"I'm Archie's are a letter with an entertainment update. Actor Lance Reddick, who had roles in the TV series the wire and in the John Wick movies has died at the age of 60, his publicist says Reddick died suddenly on Friday, but gave no details. Reddick said in a 2012 AP interview he was proud of his work on the wire. When you step back and when you actually look at it, you think, wow, I'm part of I'm in that group. Remember the mess with ticketmaster and Taylor Swift tickets last year, swift kicked off her eras tour Friday in Glendale, Arizona, ending with the song karma. She told the crowd of more than 70,000 she realized it took considerable effort for them to be there. That is the song tegu it by late rapper Coolio. It's the first single from an album called long live Coolio that his estate will release later this year. Kulia was working on new music when he died of cardiac arrest in September. I'm Archie's are a letter.
Lance Reddick, 'The Wire' and 'John Wick' star, dies at 60
"Actor Lance Reddick known for the wire, fringe and the John Wick franchise has died. He was 60. Reddick may be best known for playing a cop at the HBO series the wire. These people do not touch the drugs. They don't go near the drugs. The wire is what gives us box deal. The actor died Friday of natural causes, according to his publicist, the Baltimore born and raised Reddick was a Yale drama school grad, and once said, I knew I was at least as talented as other students, but because I was a black man and I wasn't pretty, I knew I would have to work my butt off. John Wick star Keanu Reeves says he's dedicating the upcoming film to Reddick and was deeply saddened and heartbroken at the loss. Redick is survived by his wife and children. I'm Julie Walker.
"reddick" Discussed on WTOP
"Lance Reddick was 60. Soon after graduating from Yale University's drama school, Reddick secured parts on the big and small screens. The first two series that I ever did, they were both things where they passed on me and then they came back. Particularly the first one, because I got a second chance and I ended up getting the role. It completely basically changed my career. His upcoming projects include a remake of white men can't jump, and a part in Shirley, Netflix's biopic, a former congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, Reddick's publicist said he died Friday morning of natural causes. He was 60. Daniel back as CBS News, Los Angeles. Lance Reddick, perhaps best known for his role on the wire. As a police authority figure, also in the John Wick films. Ten 54 here on WTO. A housing crisis may be brewing in southern Europe as more Americans are moving there for cheaper homes. They've been lured by visas and tax incentives, but what's cheap maybe for you and me can be expensive for Europeans who are now face a housing crisis. They don't appreciate all the Americans moving in. So what are those European governments doing about that? Rhonda kaysen, who covers real estate for The New York Times, was with us on WTO earlier. There's two things happening on one hand the governments are really luring people. They have all sorts of new visas like digital nomad visas. There's also a golden Visa that's still available in Spain and Greece where if you spend a certain amount of money in cash, about €500,000, you can get residency. But Portugal recently just responded to that. They've ended the golden Visa, which is a real shock, and they're enacting a lot of policies to try to bring down housing costs. But some of these other visas are still there. And there's a big tax shelter for foreigners. New York Times real estate reporter Ronda kaysen on WTO
"reddick" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"Like this don't put ourselves in a position so early in the year that we're playing we're like trying to do things that are out of our characters. So Tyler Reddick, to me, stands out as a guy that, okay, you're watching the car, you drove last year, do what it's done. You watching what you guys have done, you haven't been out to finish a race yet. How do we address this? And let's don't react to it. Let's respond to it. Let's respond and make some whatever we need to do to perform, to get the finishes, to get a foundation built underneath us. This is a long-term relationship. This isn't just about the first two races of 2020 for 2023, rather than sitting about that. It's about what are we built to, so when we get to the end of the year, we're in position where we wanted to be. And I think it's important for them to have those conversations to get the foundation bill because they haven't been able to build a foundation yet. And that's going to be really important for that team. Great point. Certainly, keep an eye on that number 45 Toyota. We started out talking about the guy who's in the car. He was driving last year, the number 8 Chevrolet Kyle Busch and we finished talking about what's next for Tyler Reddick. That is definitely going to be interesting to watch. Always interesting talking to you, sir. Thanks for being here, Jeff. I know that it's a little bit of a slog getting back here to do this. And I always appreciate all of your time. The mayor, everybody. Thanks for being here. Thank you, Nate. We appreciate Jeff Burton for joining us on the NASCAR NBC podcast. Thanks to motor sports manager, Emily convoy, and senior associate producer Aaron feldstein for recording the mayor's appearance and for helping with the recording.
Eagles count on pass rush to harass Mahomes in Super Bowl
"Eagles linebacker Hassan Reddick says even though chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has in fully recovered from an ankle injury, he still remains their number one concern. Mahomes, he's a truly a great talent, man. He the kid, he makes plays every way possible. I mean, just seems like sometimes he thinking of things on the fly and just make a play. So go out there, I'm gonna give him my all, but I have no predictions. We're gonna see how this one ends in the fourth quarter. The eagles report quarterback Jalen hurts is mostly recovered from a lingering late season shoulder injury. Towards tatter, Phoenix
"reddick" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"And if there's one thing I wish I had done when I started this one was if I understood the economics of it better, I would have tried like Peter king, tip my hat to him, tried to create one of these deals where you got money for the podcast in addition to your salary as an employee. He was the only one of us I believe back in the day who was able to pull that off because of course he was Peter king. Anyway, I know you don't want to go down this road. Yeah. But go ahead. I don't think that kid. They want to hear us apply on sports media. I want to hear, what do you make? If you want to talk about podcasts, what do you make of the trend? Of all of these podcasts now hosted by car an athletes who are in season. And a lot of them are good. I think it's smart. I mean, you know, I got it to my hat to cap Colin coward on his volume, getting dream on green was a massive coup. I mean, that's a guy. Is he still doing that podcast? I haven't seen anything about it. I don't know, he might be. I'm just saying. I don't listen to it on any kind of weekly basis, but I thought that was a really good a really good hire because obviously it's pretty controversial figure. I think Jimmy athletes have sort of understood now that they don't need the middle man, the middle woman, right? They can go straight to distribute their content and what they're doing. And I think you will only see more people doing this. Am I correct that the Kelsey brothers now have a podcast, and isn't that like a top ten podcast already? I would say it's like top two. Okay, so there you go. Perfect phenomenal. It's very good. Okay, so there you go. Because Jason Kelce is really, really funny. Right. And what I find interesting about it is, and you know, I shouldn't admit this because it makes me look stupid and sort of like, you know, I almost sort of stereotyped the athletes in that. I'm always surprised when I see the work they're putting in and the things that are getting in the topic. But they no, I know, I agree. But because there were times in the beginning when I watched it, I would be like, I can't believe the work and the knowledge and they're doing a really great job of with the topics. And if you're a car an athlete, you don't need to be doing that. Well, you got way bigger fish to fry. So I give them a lot of credit. You know, JJ Redick, not a current player. But when you see what he's doing with the podcast, it's tremendous. It's not even just a podcast. Now, these guys have media company. I just saw today as we're taping the suburban and Megan Rapinoe announced their podcast company. So when you have status access standing money, like you could create one of these production companies and who knows the value of it, pay any line. That Omaha productions is worth multiple millions now, right? Like one day, if they decide to sell that, that's going to be a $100 million company. They're going to sell. And so, you know, I know Reddick, I wish I remembered it, but Reddick Reddick and Tommy alter have a production. Is it called the old man? Whatever the president and the three.
Tea Party Targeter Tasked to Create IRS Office Overseeing New Agents
"From PJ media Athena Thorne Obama era Tea Party targeter Appointed to create IRS office overseeing 87,000 new agents Nicole flax worked under Lois learner the Obama administration IRS While the agency infamously targeted conservative political organizations such as the Tea Party By slow walking and suppressing their tax exempt applications You know how we first learned about this mister producer He came over the transmit landmark legal foundation when I was president there Remember that Somebody said look at what they're doing The IRS is sending to us so we immediately filed papers with the inspector general the Treasury Department the commissioner the IRS the secretary treasury And how blow this thing wide open She was also one of 7 executive whose hard drives mysteriously self destructed Preventing house investigators from viewing her emails Now the career IRS executive has been tapped to establish a new centralized office in charge of implementing the Democrats latest tax and spending bill including oversight of the 87,000 new IRS agents that Bill authorizes IRS commissioner Charles Reddick sent an agency wide email on August 19 writing This is a historic time for the IRS We're working to move quickly to begin work on the inflation reduction act signed into law earlier this week He then announced the new department A key part of our efforts will be the creation of a new centralized office for implementation of all IRS related provisions Building up our successes implementing other major legislative bills
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"reddick" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk
"Yeah. That's how my mom used to record her soap operas on the VHS. And then we used to have to come back to them after school. Yeah. I'd be like, can we watch anything? She'd be like, yeah, the younger the wrestlers. So watch Days of Our Lives. Exactly. Commercials take exactly as long because you fast forward too far. Then you're going to rewind and then you get a fast forward and you should have just watched the commercial. Oh, the struggle was real. So, okay, I want to say one more thing about Rachel. She has a very adorable belly button. It's very little around. I was like, look at that little button. I guess I've never noticed. You guys gotta look. It's very, very cute. Next time. I think I think her parenting is summed up by how sweet she is going down the slide. And just it's a sweet little moment that she's happened and that they're having together and they count it down together and it's so sweet and then she just yells, oh, I hope I don't bust my ass. You're so right. She said that when she was fighting with Cody, this is a quote. I'm about to drop kick you. Yeah. Yeah, he was. I like when they leave, though, because they can't just leave. They've got to get the pack off of them and you could always see that sort of in an odd shot. Oh, he's taking his mic off. He's like yeah, this guy's fucking really leap. But he tells her I'm leaving right now. He's like, I will come back later. Yes, I will. But right now I'm leaving. Yeah. Also, I measured. There is one millimeter between her two eyebrows. But they stop so early. Yeah, because it's not because they stop early. It's because they just need to be pushed over. There's only one millimeter between them. I know this girl that does microblading. Her name is Kate. Oh my God. We should we need to connect them. Through August. Well, she already has. She's getting her own place. Midwinter. Her own, she thinks she's gonna get her own life. Her employees building. That's right. Pay your taxes. Just throw down there. You get a house that's more than two bedrooms. Why are you so baking your child? D list child loaf. All right, we're.
"reddick" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk
"Keep it in the family, this is the way I'd rather go for Kate. But or Nick. But maybe stop making kids so you can get out of there sooner, you know? Agreed. Every child you've extended the time that you've got to get the hell out of there. He should have just stuck with Carly. That was it. They should have stopped at one. All right, we're gonna move on. We're gonna talk about Cheyenne. First of all, Cory's at the challenge. Did you guys know that queries on the challenge? Queries on the challenges. Corey's getting ready for the challenge, Cory spending more time at rider because he's going to the challenge and challenge the challenge the challenge. Do you guys know that? No. Well, you know, I think that I think she said something about it in a car the other day, but I may be the first time I'd really heard it. Yeah, the challenge, the challenges challenge. I just wish I could buy her relationship with Zach. I just don't. Oh, yeah. You don't think that they're happy together. I don't think she's at all in love with him. Interesting. Yeah, that's an interesting point because she for sure wanted a husband and another baby. Yes. And so you're not. He was a safe bet. And he was right there already, you know? And he's a nice guy. He's already in love with him. Yeah. I do, yeah. Well, R kylen are kind of she's getting ready to go to D.C.. And Cheyenne's in her third trimester and she's gonna go for a 4D ultrasound. Now I if you guys already know, I'm a registered o-b-gyn. O-b-gyn dot com holds my credentials. The four de sonogram I'm going to explain this to you because a lot of people are like, what's that? So a 3D sonogram is where you could see the baby in 3D the 4D is you could smell the baby. A little vision. That's the four. That's the fourth one. It is. I was wondering what on earth it was. Yeah. Good to know. It's the smell. Jared, you have kids. Did you ever do this 4D sonogram thing? They didn't have this. So well, how many ds did they have when you had your kids? Well one day. My wife started with one and then it grew to like two or three. And it was great for me. No, I mean, my two my two kids are older my two from my previous life are older, they're 18 and 14. I don't even think that was a previous life. My previous life, yeah. You guys, you never heard that before. All right. That's how I refer to. I love it. Life is like a completely separate existence. They're the thing that I have that it's awesome from it and I just they're like little trophies and I love them very much. But the rest of it can just stay. I love that. And but yeah, and then so I don't think we did with Everett either. I think just like the regular just a one, just a one day. There's kind of creepy though. Have you guys ever seen him like in person? They look like melting candle clay. Wow. That's exactly what they look like..
"reddick" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk
"So she said that she could make her own schedule. She's like, what happens if this blows up? And it's like, Kate, go to work, two to three days in a row, and then we'll talk about it. Wake up early three times. Just remember that you remember veda? No, you don't remember her. So Kate posted on Instagram and a few days later, everything was booked up. Aubrey Aubrey drives from Cleveland to get her eyebrows drawn back on. She had a firework in the face and now she has to sit there with Kate with a knife to her face. Yes. Double trauma. She just do a bad job, though. He didn't, but that's what I'm saying. It's not that it's easy, because clearly, I don't know if you know, but I am licensed in everything. I'm also a gynecologist. I was licensed at o-b-gyn dot com. She knows everything. I know everything. I'm an expert in everything. And I have sat through for microblading classes because I was the model. You know, I mean, that's true. Look at me. I'm a model. And both have great eyebrows. Oh my God, thank you. Minor microbladed on. Minor is stamp. Those are unbelievable. Minor real. Yeah, see, we don't do real, you know? Sorry. It's a natural. I mean, we're from New York, but we're very LA. We don't have real eyebrows. Nothing is real on us. But it's hard to do the microblading. But once you it's just one thing over and over and over again. And if you can't get good at one thing that you do every single day, I don't know what to tell you. I mean, also, look, I have anxiety. What's that like? That's so weird. Yeah. You never had that. I feel like you guys have it too, right? I do not have a steady hand like ever, you know, because I'm like, you know, so you got to have a steady hand for that. So hopefully she's on the right meds. I couldn't go ahead. Can she be on meds while she's pregnant? Okay, so there are certain meds that you can be on when you're pregnant. Like prozac, I think. Prozac, you can definitely be on. I think that Kate is on a little bit more of a cocktail than just like a straight inside depressant. But, yes, there are certain meds. I would hope that she's working with her psychiatrist on what kind of meds you could take while she was pregnant. But you really never know 'cause she doesn't even go to therapy. Hey, how long have you all been doing this show? Four years. Yeah. So, do you guys ever have y'all ever talked about their old their old psychiatrist that they used or psychologists they used to go to?.
"reddick" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk
"What? She smacks him in the butt. I didn't even notice. I didn't maximize that his legs in there. He had his legs up and she smacks them on the butt. She's like, I don't know why he does that to his teachers. I don't know where he learned that. I mean, sometimes Josh writes bulls, but we never like smack each other in the butt. Wow. So now the doctor comes. He's also like slurring his words a little bit. Yeah, my wife pointed that out as well. I wonder if he has some speech issues. I don't know. If I wear the doctor I'd be very mad that they made me sit outside in the Florida heat and play with this child. No? 100%. COVID. Nobody has on a mask. Yeah, that's why they are outside. I mean, I just feel like let me inside. Yeah, I don't know, man. I mean, like, climbs up in her lap and stuff, right? Yeah. I mean, they were very close. Yeah. So there's no structure for him because, quote, they are very free spirited. Give me a break. They're free spirited. They're conservatives from Oklahoma. And she's one of those weight to your dad gets home moms, you know? Like, yes. She's like, oh, your dad's not gonna like this and that he comes home. And he and he goes to bed. That dude is just so withdrawn from all of it to me. He's just so just like, okay, I'm in Florida. I'll be on the stupid show. It made my money when I get lines and then leave me alone. You forget where he came from though. Do you remember Josh from 16 and pregnant? No, no, I don't know their stood there. So their story was that he was a bull rider that kept getting head injuries. Okay. And here we are. Yada yada yada. Right. He's been rattled a little too much. Yeah. I know this was last week, man. But when he, when he asked for the cup so he can spin. I mean, everything just in my head could not take it..
Blaney Wins at Daytona, Reddick Earns Final Playoff Berth
"Ryan Blaney survived in a bit before her moderate Daytona international speedway to get his third win of the season and brought to the second seed in NASCAR's playoffs beginning next week at Darlington Raceway the happiest girl in the evening was Tyler Reddick who moved up to fifth after the seventeen carve Chris Busher was disqualified Redick's run was good enough to clinch the final spot for the Cup series playoff his first ever chance to compete for the championship Bubba Wallace moved up to second with Ryan Newman taking third Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida
Giants Go Extras to Win 11-8 After Diamondbacks Rally
"The giants blew a six run lead in the fifth inning but they came back to win it with three runs in the tenth to beat the Diamondbacks eleven eight buster Posey with an RBI double Steven Duggar a run scoring single and Donovan Solano with a safety squeeze San Francisco scored five times in the fifth highlighted by grand slam from Alex Dickerson everyone's important it's cliche but the you you gotta come on you got to win these games are going to be tough days like that were you know D. backs given credit they they never quit the entire game came all the way back and you know we had to battle the data's answered with a pair of two run homers by Josh Reddick and his dribble Cabrera Arizona got a two run double from Christian Walker tied at eight in the seventh inning the giants have the best record in baseball at sixty seven thirty nine while the Diamondbacks are a major league worst thirty three and seventy four I'm Riley on
"reddick" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Dot com to find your next pizza and the field is queuing up now behind the pace cars. They're getting ready to head to the Geico restart zone, Brad Gilly. Interestingly, Denny Hamlin, who's in third actually took the high side behind teammate Kyle Busch. We'll see If these two Joe Gibbs racing Toyota's can actually push each other in front of race leader Kurt Busch. Green flag about ready to weigh if you're on the stage, start of number two here to the inside, and that preferred low line. Kurt Busch gets the jump on brother Kyle Busch. I'm right behind him. Tyler Reddick radical drive up alongside Kyle Busch and do battle for that second position. Kurt is the race leader off. Turn two. He's in the bottom of the racetrack. Swing up to the outside of the track of the efforts to corner side by side right behind race leader Kurt Busch. Kyle Busch is on the outside of Tyler Reddick. Danny Hamlin, giving his team made a big shove into turn number three. Kurt Busch goes up just about a half a lane on his entry to turn number three. He's still the race leader. Here comes Kyle. Brad Keselowski makes a big move. He's battling for fifth. It's Kurt Kyle Reddick, then Hamlin door to door. Kieslowski and Bowman Bowman go to the top side of the racetrack following the tire tracks of the Denny Hamlin machine He's trying to get up to challenge Tyler ready for the third spot is the Bush brothers still run one piece? Current leaders 12345 single file. It's Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Tyler Reddick, Denny Hamlin, Then the battle is for the fifth spot. Alex Bowman is on the inside of Brad Keselowski used a racer Way through Turns three and four engine have turned for Alex Bowman down on the bottom of the racetrack. He'll try to fight his way around Denny Hamlin. They are side by side in a fight for fourth ahead of them. Tie Loretta Cough Turn four Got to the back bumper of Kyle Busch. I thought for a moment that he might shove him into the turn. He'll draw even off. Turn two as they fight for that second spot. Best thing that can happen for Kurt Busch right now is a battle for second behind him. Tyler Reddick door to door with Kyle Busch. Reddick on the inside. Kyle Busch is going to take the middle group of the racetrack. Alex Bowman is going to have a safe for this fight for second, Tyler Reddick slides up the racetrack in front of Kyle Busch moved him up to the second spot. Alex Bowman had the door shut. He remains in fourth. Toyota Chevy Toyota Chevy Toyota, the three Chevys in order or two Chevys in order. Kurt Busch leading this race in the Chevrolet Tyler Reddick. 2nd 3rd is the Toyota of Kyle Busch. Kyle Busch wants that runner up spot back. He has driven in the back bumper of Tyler Reddick peeks quickly to his inside heading into three. That won't happen behind him. Alex Bowman just slammed the door on Denny Hamlin force Denny Hamlin all the way up the racetrack to his outside. Now we've got a battle for second is Kyle Busch dives to the inside of Tyler Reddick. He will edge a habit. Reddick tries to battle back on the outside. Bush leading this race loves what's going on behind him. He stretched out. His advantage now to about a car like Kyle Busch got very low, then.
Emily Ratajkowski Wants You to Feel Sorry for Megan Fox
"Instead nowadays, we have to hear from that. Excuse me, that asshole model Emily radha gaski and she has to tell Amy Schumer who she keeps around as her ugly friend. You know how pretty girls do that? How horribly Amy, Emily Reddick, you felt how horribly Megan Fox was treated in the film. This is 40. Why? Because Judd at the tower, the director had the goal to cast her as the piece of ass that gets oval by some boys. Meanwhile, that's what Megan Fox seems comfortable doing if you've ever seen her risque pictures or her Instagram posts or everywhere she's been the last few months with her new boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly. She's dressed in clothes that barely fit her tits are constantly out. She sucks his black painted tongue in public. They were vials of each other's blood around their necks. This is a mother of three children and she's carrying on as this as if she had a child at 15 and lost her youth. Bullshit. Her youth was spent looking hot and desirable in multi-million dollar pictures like transformers and others. And she knows this.
What Could Tyler Reddick Do Better?
"Tyler. Radic is on and he breaks down some of the things. He's made mistakes on in the last few weeks. A couple of areas by the biggest one been probably the most notable here last year. Three weeks is just gotta continue to get better pit road. Charlie was very challenging. One for us is that arm really running anywhere in your lights on. But with the nature of that race and no matter of lack of comfort that i had running really really close to the served. The maximum speed limit allowed lifestyle larson. Good all night really rolling back. Really good was very often in that regard. But i was absolutely terrified. I'm being quite honest. Have penalty completely. Derail what you know could be very a very manageable and realistic our top dating with those not little crumbs left on the table but Find ways you're better it all. It's it's rolling road have been getting better. Getting monitor road getting off road getting the box getting better but rolling road work nine on then. Disappointing little minor breitbart sermon state. Long leg This month or so and one one re-start erase. Let's say. I cured the wrong lane to where the guard. And he's gonna go and it puts us back two or three spots and it really changes the whole direction from that point on really splits off.
D-Backs End 13-Game Skid, Top Cards 9-2 With Marte's 3 RBIs
"The Diamondbacks have put an end to their thirteen game losing streak with a nine two thumping of the cardinals could tell more take a hit a tying four hundred fifty seven foot home run in the third inning and a go ahead two run single in the fourth Matt peacock gave up two runs and six hits over six innings for his first victory as a starter he threw seventy eight pitches in his third career start Josh Reddick had three hits and an RBI for Arizona which took advantage of three errors to score two unearned runs Dylan Carlson homered among his two hits for the cardinals I'm Dave Ferrie
"reddick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In there? Josh, Of course, the former Astro who is playing for the Diamondbacks, and then the Dodgers organ player played this when he came to the plate. I saw the sign or heard the sign. Jeez Theater, Peter getting garbage. Can songs I saw the sign Ace of base there. That's a courtesy of SportsNet L. A subtle message. They're sent to a former Astro. Yes, falling, added. The organ player know that song and it's his or her repertoire or learning for this situation. Yes, time. And is that something that would need any type of approval? Or I would think the organism will be all in on that kind of harmless fun and they deserve it If you have to get that okayed Management. Yeah. People have lost their jobs. So like playing an inappropriate song and things like that, So I wonder if that's something that would needed approval. Imagine going to management. Yeah. Oh, hey. How you doing? Um, yeah, I'd like to play. I saw the sign by use a base when Josh Reddick come to the plane. Sure was that song. Uh, son, son, do this. Don't do that. Can't you read the sun Hung African people? Need not apply. Yesterday. Was there also song? Why don't we steal away? That would be another one's feeling science. I know that's Younger generation might not know that soon, but still there would be a valid song to play. I'm not feeling that one just felt like it was forced little bit. Don't we steal away? That was a popular song back of the day. No, it was not. I think that was a pretty that wasn't like a hit song. Steal away. Nobody cares, you know. I'm gonna guess It's probably in the eighties, right tons definitely on my iPod. For sure, it's not in the nineties, not in 2000. Who's saying that song? That's a great question? Oh, no, no, it's gotta be. You got to know it's a really popular song Sung this song. I gotta hear Robbie Dupri. Now, guy get time. Remember that? Remember the Robbie Dupri era? Never that. Come on and hold me. Just like you told No body knows. You remember Billy Joe Dupri. Young Marcus Dupree. Yeah. Isn't there? A, uh Mm hmm. But there was They're movie now. Do you know what we're way? Off? Course. My fault. We're way off base. I'm thinking probably back taxes. Go. Always. Do you find a way to salvage here? Paul in Iowa joins us on the program. Good morning, Paul. What's on your mind today? Hey, guys. Well, you know, I've been listening to you the past two days with Robert Orry cock and it's It's really interesting, but I've heard it before on your show with a different sport almost exactly the same topic. I like how you say with baseball. The Hall of Fame is Can you tell the story of the game without that player, and I think we need to do that. A little more with basketball and with football. Can you tell the story of the game without Robert Orry and in football? Without Julian Edelman. Which of those two guys It less during the regular season and is more deserving of their Hall of Fame because of big moments. Um I'm going to say, or e Uh And and plus, you know, he had seven championships. I gentleman had two incredible Super Bowls. He was the M V p in one of those Super Bowls. He was a starter all the time, not a pro ball player. Laurie was a really talented all around player. He just wasn't e. I mean, he was a guy who came off the bench, but he was there when you needed him. I I think it's a little tougher with football to get in. Then it is with basketball. I think they're far more lenient with who gets into the basketball Hall of Fame. Yeah, McLovin. This is Friday. Can I Can I rip the caller just a little bit Paul in Iowa? It's just that we we give immediately. We did Oriental men we did earlier in the week. I don't know if we even and he kind of sounded like he invented the question Who is very enthusiastic and I loved it. It's very question. Yeah, we've been doing this for years with Julian Edelman. Yeah, I mean, we are. If you don't think every if there's a player Hall of Fame today we bring up Adam and immediately it's a reflex. By the way. Did you see where Julian Edelman says, I'm not joining Tom Brady? I'm good. You know, we have a bet on that, don't we? Paulie does. All, he said. What's the bed that he will try to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this year? More. He's talks, the more he's playing. Oh, you think so? Yeah, I don't think so. I don't think health wise he can play. He couldn't play healthwise three years ago when he found a way on the field. I think it caught up to him. When you're 34. You can't play healthwise. It's different. Sample that time We had him in studio a few years ago. He had that knee injury news out for this regular season. He came in studio is probably October and he was dragging his leg. He was walking gingerly, and you set him if the team makes a Subaru, Are you planning? Oh, yeah. I'm not missing the Super Bowl. He looked at you like you're insane. I'm not Mr Super. But then we wondered to what extent he was going to go to, and we found that out of trying to play in the Super Bowl. When he got busted, by the way, Steph Curry and LeBron James are the only active players in the NBA. You guys want to take a guess. To win an M V P and an NBA title in the same season. The last five guys to do both in the same season. Stephan 2014 LeBron did it twice. Tim Duncan did it in 2002 Shack, did it in 1999. Jordan did it in 1997, Jordan and Bill Russell? Did it four times. Most of any players all time you days ahead of the day but best.
Tyler Reddick Has Bounce Back Day at Dover
"The final lap with kerry murphy is is on tyler. Radic is coming off of a top ten finish at dover this past weekend and he tells us where the possible passing zones are at circuit of the americas coming up next on the cup series schedule. This weekend i could be wrong. Obviously i've never heard of course racer or ran very well on them. Besides the clash beginning of the year. I think you would You have some options. When you go onto this race you can kind of pick and choose between where you can make your car stronger. But it's tough because you really want to be fast if you have the track position through through the ashes at the very important part of the lap and if female nail that right it's gonna be a great lap. You miss it. You're gonna have a terrible lap. You a car. That can get through this as good. But it's really hard to pass going through that section of the race. Track the easier places to pass with the heavy braking zones obviously and some of the slower areas On the other side of the back side of the track by the carousel and that stadium section. So i think drivers will be debating with the crew chiefs in themselves. Like what. What do we do here. Do we be pretty good everywhere. We're going to give up some in the areas where it's hard to pass and and try and push to have a better car that can attack pass in those areas where i think you'll see more of that action so many unknowns for the cup series this weekend at circuit of the americas in austin texas check out all the action sunday four pm eastern on f s one
"reddick" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Talent, and he can wheel a racecar among some of the best in the all time history of NASCAR. Right now, comfortably riding with a real good race car in the third spot, is childless, tied for ninth all time on the wind list with Kevin Harvick after Kyle's wind just a week ago. Kyle Busch has to be feeling like Superman right now, knowing that at one point he was down and out, and right now he is third behind Logano and True X. That's the good news. But when you take a look Outside of the top 17 17 on the lead lap. There are some heavy hitters already a lap down and struggling. They absolutely are. Brad Keselowski's 22nd. He's not even close right now to be in in the position to get the free pass. That car is Ross Chastain at the moment, Austin Dillon a lap down back there. Ricky Stenhouse Jr has had his troubles today bubble. Wallace is a lap down. You're right. There's a lot of drivers out here that are struggling and trying to keep up with the handling of the racetrack and quite frankly, some of them like a Brad Keselowski. They brought just simply the wrong set up to the race track today, Let's spotlight a couple of the drivers that are having a big day. Dave Moody, I'm going to start with Tyler Reddick. When you take a look at Tyler right now. Hey, goes fifth. Tru X Logano, Kyle Busch and William Byron Tyler Reddick has been inside or just outside of the top five since we drop the green flag. 131 laps ago. That continues a bit of an upsurge for Richard Childress Racing in general, and certainly Tyler Reddick in particular, Jeff, He's had some good races back to back to back here of late. This certainly one.
IRS Head Says as Much as $1 Trillion in Taxes Goes Uncollected
"Finance Committee hearing today, the head of the Internal Revenue Service, saying that the amount of taxes going uncollected by the federal government Could be as much as $1 Trillion, perhaps even more every year, Charles Reddick, telling lawmakers that his estimate goes far beyond the official $441 billion difference between taxes paid and taxes owed annually. The so called tax cap reported by the Iris, which is based on figures from 2011 through 2013 more from today's hearing. During the pandemic. We adjusted to a virtual operation as quickly as we could, but we realized that that was not seamless for the people who had to interact with us, and we greatly appreciate the patience and understanding of others as we tried to operate to the best of our abilities, and I think the foregoing personally I'm very appreciative of the efforts of our employees and People generally, and I'm not going to call out our people separate. Everybody had a difficult time. But I asked a tremendous amount of every employee of the Internal Revenue Service. We got the best of the best. They stepped in. They were creative. They were innovative. They came up with plans in a hurry to allow us to do as well as we did. The success and strength of the Internal Revenue Service is the employees of the Internal Revenue Service. That's from Charles Ready? He heads up the I. R s now one leading factor on the inability for the agency to collect taxes owed. The rise of virtual currency holdings. Here is
Chicago newspaper executive dies rescuing children
"Executive died over the weekend in Florida, trying to rescue two Children he didn't know from drowning. 42 year old Pete Rosengren of a TV A was vice president of sales and digital strategy for the Daily Herald. Beauty and Dana Reddick has more on vacation with his family and Miramar Beach, Florida, Rosengren saw two Children struggling in the ocean at the time. Double red flags were flying on the beach, indicating conditions are so dangerous. The water is closed to swimmers, Rosengren in two Children from the water. He was transported to the hospital in critical condition and later died. The two kids are okay. Illinois U. S.
Williamson, Pelicans in attack mode, beat NBA-leading Jazz, 129-124
"Elsewhere, the pelicans fluster the Western Conference leading jazz won 29 to 1 24. New Orleans made seven threes to Utah's 17, but the difference Zion Williamson showing out 26 points, 10 rebounds. How about JJ Reddick was 17 points, and he converted on to four point
Byron Prevails at Homestead for Second Cup Victory
"Year old Hendrick Motor Sports driver William Byron captured his second NASCAR Cup series win yesterday at the Homestead Miami Speedway, winning the Dixie Vodka 400 firing letter race High 102 of the races 267 Labs and beat second place finisher Tyler Reddick to the line by 2.7 seconds. Claim that checkered flag, not a lot of great people around me. Keep me pushing and we had a great offseason to prepare. My Rudy's come in and done a phenomenal job, and he knows how to how to push the right buttons with me and you know, I know exactly what he means when he says that, so I just had to go to work, and luckily we had enough car there. At the end behind Byron and Reddick were Martin Truex Jr. Kyle Larson and Kevin Harvick completed the top five. Six through 10 went to Michael McDowell, Ryan Newman, Kurt Busch, Alex Bowman and Kyle Busch. After three races firing joins Michael McDowell and Christopher Bella's drivers locked into the playoffs following their wins the prior two weeks and Daytona NASCAR Cup series heads out West this coming weekend to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nevada.
"reddick" Discussed on WGN Radio
"24 hour live news. She a next our media group station. It's eight degrees with a wind chill of minus four. Good morning. I'm Steve Ruxton. It's gold. But the real deep freeze is still yet to come. We'll tell you about that. Tell you about WGN traffic right now. Look at the inbound Eisenhower. The entrance ramp is closed at California Avenue. This is due to a shooting investigation. Heading into the weekend. Dangerous late. Cold temperatures and wind show readings are on tab WGN TV Stena Reddick says. We haven't seen or felt anything yet. Those temps will dip even lower this weekend, reaching a wind chill of 25 below on Sunday. Robert also says some Chicago area residents are having kind of a tough time digging out from the leader. Snowfall many out shoveling had a hard time getting that bottom icy layer up off the sidewalk. All the snow from this week now frozen solid, making it nearly impossible for some people to move their cars parked on side streets. We'll check the full forecast coming right up. Still, no deal between Chicago public schools and the teachers union. ANA returned in person learning it appears they're still four issues that Chicago public schools and the teachers union can't agree on. CPS has released details on what they've offered when it comes to vaccinations, accommodations for staff with vulnerable household members metrics that established when the district.
4 Boston Schools To Resume In-Person Learning For High Needs Students
"Boston schools are set to reopen tomorrow for high needs students. Those schools include include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Henderson. BPS. Superintendent Reddick A. Celia says that while remote learning is greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston School switched the Fully remote learning last month amid arise and covert case is the latest numbers here in Massachusetts more than 2800 cases in 27 newly reported deaths there 705 people in the hospital, 151 of them in ICU, estimated over 29,000 active cases.