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"terry thompson" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"It's a must have for any deck at your house or wherever you are. And your farm at wherever you might be. All right, well Jose Santos did indeed catch up with Bobby Newman on yesterday's betting with Bobby program. And here's what Jose had to say about representing so many writers in the sport today. Jose Santos junior, thanks for joining us for my friend. Thanks for having me, Bobby. It's awesome to be on with you. All right, so Jose, you've been a jockey agent for several years now. Tell us, first of all, who do you represent and at what tracks? So currently in Kentucky, I've got ray Lou Gutierrez and Rene Diaz. At Indiana, I've got a manual esco and Renee goes up there and rides around the off days as well. In Texas, I've got rides with berry and lean low Z and in Iowa where you're stationed. I've got Freddie manrique and here soon David Cabrera will be coming back to, I've been representing for a couple of years now. When he gets back, he'll be starting up in Oklahoma at Remington park. Okay, so my head is spinning right now. Unless I'm missing something, you've named 7 different riders that you handle. The book for? Is that correct? Correct. Okay. First of all, I don't know how that's possible that you can do this. What are the rules? Because I know over the years, you know, a lot of places, you know, they'll limit somebody to like one journeyman rider and one apprentice rider. How are you able to represent 7 riders around the country? Well, each state has their own rules, for instance, in Kentucky, I can have two riders, whether it's two journeymen to apprentices or one journeyman or one apprentice, two riders is the Texas, doesn't have a rule. Iowa has a rule where it would be too journeymen and one apprentice. Indiana's two journeyman one apprentice and some of the other rest tracks I'll work out throughout the years is that that way as well like Arkansas, for instance, to journeyman one apprentice in New Orleans is the same way Louisiana, two journeyman, one apprentice. So you just got to as long as I stay in the confines of each state's rules. I'm allowed to do is as I need. For those of us who have been in racing for a long, long time when we think of jockey agents, we think of guys and sometimes gals who are in the barn area in the morning with the condition book in their back pocket and going around to the different barns and talking to the trainers and then going to the race office for the post position draw and making sure that their rider or riders gets on the horses that they want. How are you able to do this at all different parts of the country? Well, you know, the way I've been able to break into all these tracks is like at one point in my life I've worked at each one of those racetracks on the ground as you talked about. You know, so I had a year where I lived in Iowa in 2018. I represented David Cabrera over there and Terry Thompson. Oklahoma, you know, I've been there on and off for four years. Kentucky, I've been based over here for 7 years now. Louisiana, I spent a winner there with Miguel Mena in 2019 and then again last year with ray Lou and Renee and Arkansas, another place I've been going to for like 6 years. So I've been involved in these circuits for quite some time and then when COVID broke the way it did and racing offices shut down and everything kind of went to zoom. It was always an idea I had in my mind of doing this and it just kind of fast forward and that's all the opportunity. I jumped at it and fortunately it's worked out for us. So taking the view of just kind of a devil's advocate here, how what happens when one of your riders comes up and says, I'm not sure that I'm getting the attention that I think I should be getting. How are you giving 7 different riders, you know, your full attention and making sure that they're all on the mounts that they need to be on. Just stand on the computer as often as possible. Definitely spend a lot of time working on trying to figure out what horses are going to be and what races and I put a lot of attention to detail and I'd like to think that I'm putting in as much work as anybody else's. Hopefully more for each individual rider and thus far they've all been pretty successful. So hopefully it keeps going that way. So tell me what a typical day is and let's just say a Wednesday, which is usually an entry day for most race tracks and then a lot of racetracks could be a race day. What is a typical day in the life of Jose Santos junior? Well, usually the night before I've gone through all the entries that I have and notes that I wanted to make. So I need to see somebody, I'll take note that I need to see your contact I'm about specific course and specific grace. So I'll wake up, go out to the track, whatever state I'm in, go see whoever I need to see, try to be back in my house by about 9 o'clock. So I can sit behind my computer, you know, most of the time I'm based on eastern standard time, so I'm an hour ahead of a place like prayer Meadows or lone star to where if I'm in my office by 9 o'clock, it's 8 o'clock over there. I'm ready to start sending in my entries calling up all the racetrack that are in horses, reaching out to the trainers and agents I need to. Usually at about 1 o'clock somewhere around there, all the draws are finished with and then it's on to just watching the races and going on to the word tabs for the day before and getting ready for the next entry day as well. Speaking with Jose Santos junior who is a jockey agent for believe it or not 7 riders from around the country and you've seen many of these riders riding anywhere from the Midwest, western part of the United States on east. So what happens when it comes to a time where let's just hypothetically say David Cabrera rides a stake horse that is going to be running, let's say at San Anita. It's going to ship over there for a great at stake and they want David to come out and ride the horse. What responsibilities do you have in helping him get out to San Anita? Well, usually I use stretch who I'm not sure if he knew him Walter Johnson. He handled my father's slides and he has been doing that forever. So I'll reach out to stretch, let him know what days David needs to be over there, where he's going to be what time he's done writing the day before. And then we'll communicate that. The reason I like you stretch is because he's really good with it from a flight is canceled or anything like that. He's on it. He's been doing this for like 30 years. So it's how to get them on the next slide or see if he can get him to a different airport to get him on a flight to get back to the right place. But usually it all goes smoothly and really my responsibility solely making sure they're on the right horses. So like if David's going to go out of town, I'm going to chart out the races for what they have in the book that day and try to find some availability and see if we can get some new exposure and with some new trainers. So this other gentleman that you use stretch he's taking care of all the travel plans and if there's a if there's a hotel needed things like that, all that rental cars. Okay, so that's got to be a little bit of a stress relief for you to take your mind off that a little bit and know that that's handled very well. But still, are there other agents out there that are handling the amount of business that you do? Not that I'm aware of, you know, hopefully there's a lot of opportunity for it, you know? The way I see it, hopefully somebody else does it, you know, comes more of a normal place because the agents, my age, there's not as many of them as there are agents heading out of the game. And at a certain point, these riders are going to need representation. And I think it'd be great if somebody else would start doing that so that they can get the proper representation they deserve. When you're handling as many writers as you are right now and you come into a situation where let's just say horse ran in some bad luck or maybe he was just given a bad ride. A bad ride by, does this affect you as far as the trainer looking down on everyone else you're representing two or is it are they are they pretty good at not taking it out on you and the rest of your business? Yeah, that doesn't really happen..
"terry thompson" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"All right, as we came out of break, you heard there, the stretch call, Tom durkin on the call of the 2003 Kentucky Derby, where the gutsy gelding himself, the New York bread funny side, got the job done, Jose Santos senior, as it were, was aboard that day, and that was the first time that a lot of us ever got familiar with his son, little Joe, Jose Santos junior, of course, we remember those pictures, especially after the running of the Belmont stakes where funny side was denied the Triple Crown win where little Joe was actually crying on camera. Well, little Joe is not so little anymore. In fact, he's way too big to be a writer, but he is heavily involved in this game of horse racing that we love. He is a jockey agent, and then some welcome to bedding with Bobby presented by Caesar's race book, Jose Santos junior. Thanks for joining us for my friend. Oh, hey, thanks for having me, Bobby. It's awesome to be on with you. All right, so Jose, you've been a jockey agent for several years now. Tell us, first of all, who do you represent and at which tracks? So currently in Kentucky, I've got ray Lou Gutierrez and Rene Diaz. At Indiana, I've got a manual esco and Renee goes up there and riding their off days as well. And Texas, I've got rise and lean low Z and in Iowa where you're stationed. I've got Freddie manrique and here soon David Cabrera will be coming back to have been represented for a couple of years now. When he gets back, he'll be starting up in Oklahoma at Remington park. Okay, so my head is spinning right now. Unless I'm missing something you've named 7 different riders that you handle the book for. Is that correct? Correct. Okay. First of all, I don't know how that's possible that you can do this. What are the rules? Because I know over the years, you know, a lot of places, you know, they'll limit somebody to like one journeyman rider and one apprentice rider. How are you able to represent 7 riders around the country? Well, each state has their own rules, for instance, in Kentucky, I can have two riders, whether it's two journeymen, two apprentices or one journeyman or one apprentice, two riders is the cap Texas, doesn't have a rule. Iowa has a rule where it would be two journeymen and one apprentice. In the end, there's two journeymen, one apprentice. And some of the other rest tracks I'll work out throughout the years is that that way as well, like Arkansas, for instance, to journeyman one apprentice New Orleans is the same way Louisiana to journeyman one apprentice. So you just got to as long as I stay in the confines of each state's rules. I'm allowed to do is as I need. For those of us who have been in racing for a long, long time when we think of jockey agents, we think of guys and sometimes gals who are in the barn area in the morning with the condition book in their back pocket and going around to the different barns and talking to the trainers and then going to the race office for the post position draw and making sure that their rider or riders gets on the horses that they want. How are you able to do this at all different parts of the country? Well, you know, the way I've been able to break into all these tracks is like at one point in my life I've worked at each one of those racetracks on the ground and you talked about, you know, so like I had a year where I lived in Iowa in 2018. I represented David Cabrera over there and Terry Thompson. Oklahoma, you know, I've been there on and off for four years. Kentucky, I've been based over here for 7 years now. Louisiana, I spent a winner there with Miguel Mena in 2019 and then again last year with ray Lew and Renee and Arkansas, another place I've been going to for like 6 years. So I've been involved in these surrogates for quite some time and then when COVID broke the way it did and racing offices shut down and everything kind of went to zoom. It was always an idea I had in my mind of doing this and it just kind of fast forward and that's all the opportunity. I jumped at it and fortunately it's worked out for us. So taking the view of just kind of a devil's advocate here, how what happens when one of your riders comes up and says, I'm not sure that I'm getting the attention that I think I should be getting. How are you giving 7 different riders, you know, your full attention and making sure that they're all on the mounts that they need to be on. Just staying on the computer is often as possible. Definitely spend a lot of time working on trying to figure out what horses are going to be and what races and I put a lot of attention to detail and I'd like to think that I'm putting in as much work as anybody else's. Hopefully more for each individual rider and thus far they've all been pretty successful. So hopefully it keeps going that way. So tell me what a typical day is and let's just say a Wednesday, which is usually an entry day for most race tracks and in a lot of racetracks could be a race day. What is a typical day in the life of Jose Santos junior? Well, usually the night before I've gone through all the entries that I have and notes that I wanted to make. So I need to see somebody, I'll take note that I need to see your contact. I'm about specific course with specific.
"terry thompson" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Tomorrow, FS two 3 p.m. to 6 30 p.m. or rather to 6 3 p.m. to 6 30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. Okay, three more stakes to look at, bob. The only one that we have left on the Saturday action comes to us from turfway park. So it'll be the last race that's run as far as what we're concerned. Steaks wise on Saturday. It goes at 8 46 Eastern Time. The queen stakes for the Phillies and mayors going a 6 furlongs on the synthetic surface, $100,000 on the line. Field of 7 and really it's going to come down to two of them that the fans are going to have to choose between. Numbers 5 caravel, number 6 club car. Interesting note here with club car. She was actually supposed to run last weekend in the correction stakes at aqueduct. And the whole day was canceled due to weather conditions. They tried to bring the correction stakes back for this weekend at aqueduct. It didn't fill, which means not everyone who entered last for last weekend came back and reentered for this weekend. So club car who had been up in New York hustles back down to Kentucky and she will run tomorrow in the queen at Turquoise park. Yeah, no, it's an interesting reason, like you said, it does. Appear it's nicks go weak on the horse racing radio network and the two favorites in this race caravel trained by Brad Cox and club car of course trained by Ben colbrook are the two trainers in the career of Nick scope where Ben cobra had him first won a grade one with him and then ran second on the breeders cup juvenile. So he didn't do too poorly of a job with him at all he did an excellent job. And I believe that's Ben's only group one or grade one win, which is pretty cool. Anyways, there's a really lovely story in this race, Bobby with the lease as far as you can tell on paper with a two horse windward flow. A verrazzano filling costs 10,000. As a yearling at keenland in 2019 is owned by Kathy Wallace, I'm unfamiliar with entrained by Kevin Wallace. This is a one horse stable. This is the Wallace family dreams on the line in here. And this gentleman definitely appears like he definitely knows what he's doing here. He's run windward flow three times maiden 15. She was 62 to one, she finished second, then she won for maiden 30 by a nose at 12 to one. And then on March 9th and a $65,000 allowance race, she won by a length at 44 to one. So pretty cool story. He's really stepping her up here. It'll be really interesting to see how she performs. That's who I'll be rooting for. However, the one I'm picking to upset the race, who I think has a really live chance because it looks like she really loves the new tapetum surface at turf way, is a thundering creed for Mike Tomlinson and outstanding trainer, trained search Cherokee back in the day to win the Arkansas Derby to huge price under Terry Thompson. I remember that really, really nice guy. Really capable of trainer and since thundering creed stepped on the track at turf wave, she's run the two best races of her career on the synth, including last time when which she blew a part in allowance group, and I think she's got a chance at a very nice price. She's 15 to one in the morning line. My pick is the fourth thundering creed. Okay, I went to number 6 club car who's actually the second choice at 7 to 5 on the line. Both of her career starts on synthetic surface. I thought were very, very good, both in stakes races once at turf way and once at Arlington in the grade three Chicago. I think a repeat of either of those two races and she's going to be tough to beat and she may be a better mayor now than she was when she ran in those races. Don't love the fact that just a few days ago she was in New York and had to hustle back to Kentucky for this, but I think she's best suited for this spot. And I trust her more at 6 furlongs than I do number 5 caravel. So I went with club car bob going with thundering creed in the queen stakes tomorrow race 6 at turf white. Two Sunday stakes were going to look at bob starting at aqueduct, their feature on Sunday is the $100,000 Haynes field for the New York breads going the one turn mile and a lot of familiar faces in this 6 horse field, including last year's Haynes field winner, my boy Tate. Yeah, it's hard to fault my boy Tate in the spot. Basically these races he always shows up and makes an impact he's 7 for 16 at aqueduct. He's won nearly half a $1 million there. His trainer Michelle Nevin also bred the horse, so it's her pride and joy this 8 year old son of boys at tosca nova. Really cool horse unquestionably fits, probably will be in the exact hill where I think he's got some running to do to run down water's edge. The two horses here who I think will use as tactical speed really good advantage. And if the track comes up wet that even improves this opportunity, there's a chance of rain this weekend at aqueduct. Regardless, whether it's fast, good, muddy or sloppy. I like water's edge, the two. We already use this tactical speed in the Haynes field. Okay, I went to the defending champ, my boy Tate boy. He hasn't had the best of luck when he's faced lobster the last two times we've faced him. He's going to have to face him again tomorrow, but I think this distance may actually be better for my boy Tate than sprints and I trust him more than most of the others. Even when he doesn't win, he's usually right there and in fact he's been first or second, 20 out of 31 career starts. Let's see if my boy Tate can run a straight course and get back to the winner's circle and defend his crown in the heightens field..
"terry thompson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Better balance Than you know you're gonna have a lot of better don't you worry about a thing starts at that opportunity And Terry Thompson wrote that and you're saying who Well certainly he had a very short life as far as that goes like 24 years old I think Died in 1965 but he was a hanger on her around Florence In fact Rick hall studios and stuff like that And he wrote a shot of rhythm blues He also played on the other side of that Arthur Alexander record which was the first Arthur Alexander record to chart But he had been in the fair lanes with Billy sherrill and several other denizens of Alabama Charles sen and I think Randy Allen was in that group And like I say on Terry and he was in a several others as well in his very short life but he was playing a Stratocaster for years And then he got a gretch in 61 and that was many of the sessions at fame which was Florence Alabama music enterprises as far as that goes And the a side of that which was a hit here stateside that Arthur Alexander did write you better move on You have made to give up on the girl I love You tell me I'm not the man she's worth it But.
"terry thompson" Discussed on Inspiration Nation
"Pass wednesday where i was fully able to completely relaxed because i knew that this potential of excuse me continuing to combust was gone. It was removed from a property But i was able to. I was able to not get so stock into the fear and anxiety. Like i definitely would have been on medication. A few years ago Because i was focusing on god showed up on the miracle. I was led to read these texts. That helped walk me through this stuff step by step and then on top of that open being open to donald picking up the book but actually reading putting into practice. What these spiritual teachers you know. We're we're teach people a lot of different components. It's just been. It's it's been amazing. I'm so excited. Got to talk to you today. Because i've been bursting wanting to share this with somebody. That would understand that good again. It's ego but like it was like i feel like my my duty like my. That's the meant to be shared right. We gotta speak it kind of share it with people so more people can be open to helping change themselves because more the more of us lead into positively et gratitude. Ah miracles the better off. The world's gonna be point blank So yeah. I was excited. When i was i was start piecing all of that together last night i got it. I finally understand how this happened. It was super exciting about that. Too on top of that is all of these other things. I've been trying to force my way through Especially this question of what's next. And i felt so pressured to answer something that sounded really good and i would run through. My plans are for the upside. Glimpse gas. I still have all these plans to do these things. You just have no idea how the hell i'm going to do it. The how. I haven't figured out yet and i was trying to kind of force my way through that. And this is another eureka that like. I don't need to force my way through that. I need to know what the plan is to have pure intentions to make the have that. Allow that to happen. An kind of let the how work. Its way out and listen to the messages that are being brought to me. The people that are being delivered to me another perfect example of this is i- Campaign on hold on this years ago. And i did an interview a few weeks ago with you might know terry thompson who own confidence that community right exactly. I didn't every with him And he messages may A couple of days later some urgently.
"terry thompson" Discussed on The Playbook
"To be happy to make more money helped more people would have more fun. It is a snowball effect. It will aggregate an exponentially grow. I appreciate that question. Thank you so much. Look forward to seeing and being with you more often as well Take another question. Online is terry thompson. The double t terry thompson is up next. Let me take this question here. How do you deal with an employee who lies with good intentions. Well i think you know beyond An employee first. Let's talk about dealing with people who lie with good intention because people the good intention some we have much easier time firing them or allow them to fall away If they're an employee it's more complicated situation to allow them to fire or alway in our life And so for me to deal with people who lie is to teach power and coach and mentor them into understanding the triggers of that lying. And in order to do that. These are the type of trainings. That not only. Do i do for my employees. But i also share these ideas by family and friends and associated who are Though to me so if we're in a situation that becomes a habitual lying for good intentions. I helped to bring in empower them with an awareness that they're doing it and then after i raise that awareness if they can't rectifier doesn't seem as if they are trying their best to change to grow to learn then i'll put them into the great chain of bleeding and as they lie more and more even with good intentions. I certainly will allow them to fall away if not fire them from my life i think we we find people who are lying with good intentions. Need to give them permission to tell us the truth because usually people lie with good intentions. It's fear that causes them to lie and they're actually defeating the purpose of they're lying because usually the good intentions are. They're gonna lie to you so that you don't worry hurt your feelings or some other situation. that they don't want you to be in because they care so much about you but when you find out they're lying all they've done is triggered in hurt the greatest part of your relationship with his trust. They've created interference. Trust in the vet that we talk about so when we give permission for people to tell us.
"terry thompson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Slash writer relationship in the In the early seventies When i started out in in the business. I was of the united press international. I didn't really know him that. Well because I didn't cover the team on a regular basis. And i actually never really covered the mets on a regular basis because when i went to the daily news i was hired the yankee beat writer but i got to know seaver obviously We were in the same city. And occasionally i would cross over over to the mets for one reason or another and But i really got to know him in one thousand nine hundred eighty three when the mets left him unprotected for something called the free agent compensation draft it was a draft that was set up by baseball to compensate teams that had lost premium free agents and the way it worked was every team in baseball. Could protect fifteen players out of their entire organization From being the rest of their players would go into this pool and teams. That was lost players. Lost free agents could pick up compensation player out of this pool. And i was tipped off by somebody. In the commissioner's office. Oh had found who was privy to the to the protectiveness and he called me and he said to me said. Are you doing anything with the draft writing in any about the draft this week and i said well i don't know because the new york teams are not really involved because they didn't lose free agents and he said well. I think you'd better center this. The new york teams actually one of them is involved. And i said what are you talking about. He said the mets the mets they involved. He says you're not gonna believe this. But they've left seaver I said you're kidding me. He says no not only that he says. I called the white sox. They had the first draft. They had the first pick in the draft and they told me that they're gonna take fever. I said oh my god. This is unbelievable. So now i had a follow up. I obviously i had to call frank. Cash the general manager of the mets. They get a confirmation on this. I call cash and they confirmed story reluctantly. I might say. But he did. Confirm it and i was ready to go with the story except i felt i had an obligation to save even though i didn't know him that well and i wasn't covering him like i said before but i felt i had an obligation not the blind. I'm the next day in the papers with this story. So i called the greenwich. And i told him what had happened and he was obviously stunned and he was obviously annoyed and the next day he was furious but he thanked me very much and he was very gracious and he and he said he really appreciated giving him a heads up and from that day on I had a different relationship with them. Because i was no longer. A right was no longer a writer player relationship. I think he looked at me as more than just another sports writer in new york. Because the commissioner's office didn't call him to tell him he was being draft Lesson protected by the mets. The mets didn't call him and the white sox didn't call them. I call from that day on. We had a different kind of relationship. And then ironically Three years later in nineteen eighty six. His career was winding down. He was in the last year of his contract with the white sox and he was homesick and he wanted to get back to new york and apparently he had asked the the the white sox general manager. Ken harrelson to talk to the mets. And the mets told him told harrison they weren't interested they will have a full quota pitchers they were on their way to the world series that year so he called me and he could you call steinbrenner for me and tell him that. I love to finish my career. Where the yankees. I'd like to get traded back to new york. So i called george and i thought this was going to be right out of george's playbook to get saver from the conceiver to the yankees. Bring him back to new york and take all the attention away from the mets who go on their way to the world series but i was amazed when steinbrenner was only a lukewarm to the idea and it turned out that could never work. Harrelson could never work out a trade with george and he wound up trading. Sieber to the red sox. Instead we're talk we're talking to bill madden hall of fame baseball writer. He is in the hall of fame. And that's got to be a major throw for you brand new book. Tom seaver terrific life. We lost a couple of months ago. When did you start writing this book. Well what happened was The former editor in chief of the daily news was a guy named maher. Is a guy named martin done and when he left. The daily news informed his own production company and in two thousand and fifteen martin called me and he said look. I'm really interested in doing a documentary on your friend. Safer and your relationship with him. Do you think he would agree to do it so i told him i said well look. I'll give them a call. I call tom calistoga where he was out there on his vineyard out there. I told them that what was going on that they wanted to do. A documentary. I was pleasantly surprised when he said sure. I'd be happy to do it Bring your crew out. So we went out there in two thousand and sixteen and we started working on this documentary respond to days out there and then we went back again a year later in two thousand seventeen which we spent a lotta time. That's why would nancy his wife and we've got some really great stuff from the two of them plus other friends of theirs out there. And in the meantime we had talked to all these people in the hall of as teammates and everything else and it had the makings of a really great documentary. But what happened. Was martin solve the documentary to fox and then fox in their own put their own people on it and a lot of the really great stuff that we had accumulated in all our interviews was left on the cutting floor then in two thousand nineteen In the spring of two thousand nineteen the hall of fame and the mets without the statement. Nothing mess hall of fame and the seaver family put out the statement that he was suffering from dementia and dropping out of public life. And it was at that point. That terry thompson my former sports editor at the daily news who was involved deeply involved in the documentary. Set to me billy. You've got to do the book now. I always been reluctant to do. The book especially should savers Series on mental state was deteriorating rapidly. Because of this lime disease that had come back with him and so i. I knew i couldn't do an autobiography. I really wasn't into doing a biography at that time but now that the documentary had been finished and this dimension thing came up she said you gotta do the book bill and i said well let me think about and she says no. You can't think about it. You've got to do it because if you don't do what someone else is gonna do it. You'll kick yourself because you're the guy to do this book. You knew him better than anybody else. And you're the guy he would want to do it. So that's how it all came about. And i told people that this is the closest thing you're going to get you an autobiography of secret as opposed to biography because of our relationship and because of all the interviews i did with him through the years including the last ones In two thousand sixteen in two thousand seventeen bill madden with us Tom seaver terrific life. Simon and schuster pick it up amazon dot com and you mentioned about a special kind of family is father of course an amateur topnotch amateur golfer is older sister married injure music family talk about that and and tom was a short guy. He very tall until like the end of highschool. So i mean he didn't throw that fast and all of a sudden with low city and then all of a sudden.
"terry thompson" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"There is no actual evidence that she killing. They presented a lot of things that would have been admissible in court like yell. He told me he told me this. He told me that and then compared to just like wild speculation. It's our a things in. Law they tried to make it like very equivalent. Know whatever none of this is? What we need to about art. fucking meth addicts in Oklahoma Monks, tigers. So. How long did it take you to realize joe? Exotic was not singing. Instantaneously The music video came on Lauren I just looked at each other. We were like Oh. My God, what is happening right now. It was rather the most shocking aspect of that wasn't that? He was merely vanilla. It's that he had so many songs that he was Milly Milly whom any song and it's like. What kind of pay is he give? Clearly, the students broke like. How much is he paying these song writers and singers to do these. Are they on the? They know what's going on here like. Billboard or someone like that? Someone bid. This yeah and I'm trying to pull it up as we. Do and I. Think it was slate so Sam Adams at slate. Did this so Vince Johnson and Danny Clinton. I. Guess were the Writers and performers of these songs, and by the way like how how good of a writer do you have to beat right? These batch insane songs that all have something to do with the tiger in like this fucking meth addicts. Feud with some lady in Tampa like. Again. How much was he paying? These people like magic he had to be getting paid a lot of money for this to be worth it so I. Guess that at first. They didn't realize that he was gonNA take full credit for them. Start. Having said that here is the best part of all of this. That wasn't even in the documentary. While the Docu series tells us in. This is from slate. The story of Zanesville Ohio Terry Thompson, who turn looses sizable collection of exotic animals, including nearly three dozen lions and tigers portraying himself fry. It doesn't get around to. You can't believe the musical tribute that awesome was actually murdered by the deep state, it an attempt to discredit private private zoo ownership the video positions. Joe is a dog investigator. Slapping a folder down on an interrogation table and lighting up a cigarette and shows uniform men in masks, leading a blindfolded Thompson lookalike into a clearing in sticking a gun in his mouth. Shouldn't be laughing at this. This. These are these shipments ain't people exist? We failed..
"terry thompson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Auto parts eight fifty two to go you're the second quarter Michigan and Michigan state tied at seven Walgreens will have a first it said the football at their old thirteen yard line visited using a time out before that last play Walgreens will come out here with a single wide receiver to wreak blacked out to the right people is why the people left yep tight ends on either end of the line Patterson of the shot gun was sharply to his left for now live in for Michigan state Patterson hands in front of his chest he takes the snap hold it out handed off started able to break into the house works it's the fifty yard line and it is grounded rooted backwards Tyree Thompson leading the charge will give a progress to the sixteenth brigade of three of the offering of second out of seven body build back yet with this you can bet the said the tight end will check it out Walgreens will go slot left on the second they'll play second out of seven of the sixteen yard one Patterson back at the shot gun answered but it is just again which is that Michigan state defense boxes hands gets the snap Patterson breaks running website takes about the numbers across the twenty twenty five yard line to sunlight he picks up the boards down to thirty one David download the seat the world's about about the role of fifteen by Patterson really good block for the tight end Sean McEwing number eighty four out of the yet she was kind of waiting for Tyrese Thompson over seventeen who's one of those linebacker probably has the speed to track down C. Patterson but that block barbecue it kind of feels a bit side it is it's a box at the but the plate on matters let's write first attend Michigan proposal thirty one ball that your side let Tess use the staff to handle Patterson packet will press the building principal willing to was right looking both on the hill got a wide open across the he turned his body and makes his way out to the forty eight your line hi Rick Thompson just bought a bottle to stop what a game is seventeen Patterson extending the play and pointing runny built for a Michigan first down really get adjusted by both of them is one of the it's like the fenders it looks like it's Terry Thompson shaken up a little bits.
"terry thompson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Auto parts eight fifty two to go here the second quarter Michigan and Michigan state tied at seven Walgreens will have a first instead of football at their old thirteen yard line visited using a time out before that last play Walgreens will come out here with a single wide receiver to wreak blacked out to the right following is why the people left items on either end of the line Patterson with a shot gun we started dating his love for down live in for this you can state Patterson hands in front of his chest he takes the snap pulled it out of hand Sade body weight with it has worked it's the fifty yard line and it is grounded rooted backwards Tyree Thompson leading the charge will give a progress to the sixteenth brigade of three adults with a second out of seven body build back you for Michigan been reset the tight end will check it out Walgreens will go slot left on the second they'll play second out of seven to sixteen yard line the back of the shot gun antibodies just again which is a good safety belts boxes hands gets this that is a great website takes about the numbers across the twenty twenty five yard line to sunlight see see see pics of the police down to thirty one David download the CP runs about about the what a fifteen by Patterson really good block by the tight end Sean McEwing number eighty four out of the year he was kind of waiting for Tyrese tops of over seventeen is one of those lines active probably has the speed to track down C. Patterson but that block barbecue it kind of smells a bit side but in some people to blacks at the plate the plate that's right first attend Michigan proposal thirty one ball the near side left as use the staff to handle it back it will close the facility was right looking his body and makes his way out the door just the stop what a game is seventeen Patterson extending the play and pointing runny build with Michigan first down really get adjusted by both of them is one of the risk at stake offenders it looks like it's Terry Thompson shaken up a little bits of the trainers are coming on the field to attend to him but as you mentioned Pattison just kinda shuffles through the right outside the pocket it was the right adjusted by both players Patterson keeping the play live at the bell is he saw that his quarterback was under pressure just slides back to the it's on the field open up his number two schools I could see his Jersey for catches fifty nine yards for Roddy bill merely the opening have be a V. I. P. with the NC a.
"terry thompson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"We'll go back to the big house on the university of Michigan campus along with Derek Rackley on Brian rank here listening to the five hour energy college football game of the week on Westwood One Reggie all the goal it's gonna be five hour energy works fast works long taste good and was zero sugar and four calories there's nothing holding you back great point by Michigan state as Michigan backed up with its own two yard line first intense seven seven game nine fifty seven to go in the second quarter J. Patterson allowed to backs with the base of the full back is to is right and his son Haskins is lined up behind it he was he was left Santa has the snap he's going to hand off the has been straight ahead between that has more to the crisis is way out to the five yard line for game three Terry Thompson on the tackle no that'll bring up a second out of seven at least give them a little bit of breathing room so now the running backs are not start deep in the red zone like they were in the previous now that's what you're looking for in the first place you just hoping to get to three yards give yourself a little breathing reversal set a certain for five yards deep sea Patterson this is back in the store second at seven forty five the back of the shop slight lead single band right is this now personal plate they close the double website it's incomplete some miscommunication there if people's Jones running down the sideline bill was on an album almost rolled in between of into the Michigan bench that'll bring up third down at seven yeah look like he was definitely going for the football that was deep down the sidelines malval fuse expecting people skills to break it off a little bit more towards the Michigan silence as he was wanted straight up feel Wolverines or one of three on third down the game this is third down and seven thirty to twelve for a first down slot left to re plaque is the single into the right good to the backfield lined up the let the Patterson as a means of these tests point two cents gets the snap back with role looking looking fools left side one that's why people still please get the first down here to get the twelve he took it out across the tool to the thirteenth support brown was on the cable to get a peek at Michigan move the chains there's a smart route by Donna people's jobs too because he understood where the stakes were he takes his route two yards past the line the gate and then he comes back to the football it was beautifully throw ball R. C. Patterson but once he catches it coming back to the football you still pass the first down marker extraordinaire checks in now live the look to receive was right tight ends on either the one who's been said Michigan I would get whistles before the snap at a time out to go to Walgreens Michigan their first so.
"terry thompson" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"On the sideline crash which again guy something to look for specifically in special teams both the opening never turn players child Jackson people's Jones they hit the ground it is which is behind the south scoreboard given that's the problem so just watch for as the day goes on yeah in November and if it's a sunny day that sounds a little bit lower in the sky because the problem meanwhile Michigan first and ten from their own fourteen Haskins gets the ball tries to run the right and breaks a tackle and gets it out over the fifteen of the sixteen but the game of two Terry Thompson and the stop connection out of a Detroit Michigan Martin Luther king product second down it will rain yeah they've got a lot of experience on this part defense counsel a fifty year guy banister Christine here Williams junior will occur your guide geyser played a lot of Patterson back to throw looking looking pressure coming rolls to the right still looking throws the ball is what makes the catch at the thirty two yard line and again it's it's passing by in time it's going down and taking it off the ground fifteen yard flushed out to the right and the ball didn't have much on it and it is dropping like a stone and save restore goes down and makes a splendid cat is a reverse the Jack Jackson trying to go forty during the.
"terry thompson" Discussed on Animal Radio
"You've heard of the girl scouts and boy scouts have out the dog scouts of America they've got badges and camp outs cookie drives and troops in twenty two states the dog scouts lab mix was disaster preparedness after all he lives with his owners just south east of San Francisco where you have to be aware earthquakes and other natural disasters Jasper in humans belong to troop one ninety eight in Santa Clara they've earned eighteen badges altogether each has made him a better dog they say if there's an emergency we know he's GonNa listen to me there are six hundred eighty two dogs scouts who belong to thirty eight troops across the country the organization has about eighty badges dogs aren't required earn badges beyond the first one for basic obedience and appropriately called the dog scout badge the scouts have a couple of models for humans are dogs lives are much shorter than our own we should help them enjoy their time with us as much as we can for dogs let us learn new things that we become more helpful both serve as an inspiration for the group's grossest edge you can imagine what that is clean up America it consists of picking up piles left behind by other dogs on trails parks and beaches the organization was founded by Lonnie Ulsan thirteen years ago you'd like to belong membership twenty five bucks a year Ohio animal owners are roaring over a bill that would institute some strict regulations that could result in me any wild animals being taken away from their owners animal owners activism pet organizations packed a hearing room in Columbus to testify against Senate bill three ten sponsored by Zanesville Republican Senator Troy Alderson the bill would create a list of wild animals that would be deemed dangerous including big cats bear some primary it's certain types of snakes the bill would establish stringent permitting policies and eliminate the private purchase of dangerous wild animals in the state that would take effect January first the legislation resulted from the tragedy last October near Zanesville where Terry Thompson led his fifty six wild animals loose thompson sixty to release the originally bears lions and tigers from their cages and then he committed suicide a Seattle resident leaving little doubt that he's a huge golf fan rest Berkman told sports radio station KTAR that he made his dog throw up after he discovered the animal at Eton his tickets to this year's Masters Tournament Berkman returned.
"terry thompson" Discussed on KOMO
"It in a close campground the fifty year old originally from the Philadelphia area said he owes the team is life the family of a twenty three year old woman shot and killed by sheriff's deputies conducting a welfare check has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit contending deputies escalated the situation the shelter of reporting the story this week that the family Vernay Davies filed a lawsuit against the king county sheriff's office the former sheriff's detectives and other officials questions are being raised after an Idaho department official wildlife officer killed an orphan black bear cub and Haley last week rather than send it to a rehabilitation facility Terry Thompson of the Idaho department fishing game sharing with the Idaho mountain express that the agency generally doesn't consider big game animals for rehabilitation Thompson says the agency killed the cop rather than send it to the facility because success isn't guaranteed an idol already has a healthy black bear population of two hundred twenty five cups two hundred twelve released into the wild only four were euthanized due to human bear complex she says the public cares about what happens to orphaned and injured cubs story and call new some time ago a large land master yeah come on that was on the move major landslide but was moving very slowly it's been on the go now nearly two years after it was initially reported and the apostle threat to human life and public infrastructure January twenty eighteen Yakima county emergency management officials announced that the rattle snake ridge was at risk of collapsing in a landslide prompting the evacuation of a nearby neighborhood however it was soon realized that the unstable slope was moving far slower than like a snail's pace located to the east of the interstate the slide is moving in a southwest direction right now along I eighty two just north of union gap scientists believe the slide will self arrest and come to a complete stop very soon a report released by rock engineers last year stated that the slope has a less than five percent chance of actually collapsing come on who's a one thousand FM ninety seven seven hi mark Christopher this is a common morning news rewind this weekend Maleficent opens Maleficent mistress of evil the sequel picks up several years after the first film chronicle the events that drove the notorious Disney villain to curse of baby princess Aurora and follows the complex relationship between the two is they formed alliances and face new adversaries hi four ways and he asked me to prove you wrong in the movie guys here good morning good morning what do you think of the.
"terry thompson" Discussed on KOMO
"It in a close campground the fifty year old originally from the Philadelphia area said he owes the team is life the family of a twenty three year old woman shot and killed by sheriff's deputies conducting a welfare check has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit contending deputies escalated the situation the shelter of reporting the story this week that the family for an A. Davies filed a lawsuit against the king county sheriff's office the former sheriff's detectives and other officials questions are being raised after an Idaho department official wildlife officer killed an orphan black bear cub and Haley last week rather than send it to a rehabilitation facility Terry Thompson of the Idaho department fishing game sharing with the Idaho mountain express that the agency generally doesn't consider big game animals for rehabilitation Thompson says the agency killed the cop rather than send it to the facility because success isn't guaranteed an Idaho already has a healthy black bear population of two hundred twenty five cubs two hundred twelve released into the wild only four were euthanized due to human bear complex she says the public cares about what happens orphaned and injured cubs Austria Coleman who some time ago a large land master yeah come on that was on the move major landslide but was moving very slowly it's been on the go now nearly two years after it was initially reported then the apostle threat to human life and public infrastructure January twenty eighteen Yakima county emergency management officials announced that the rattle snake ridge was at risk of collapsing in a landslide prompting the evacuation of a nearby neighborhood however it was soon realized that the unstable slope was moving far slower than like a snail's pace located to the east of the interstate this light is moving in a southwest direction right now along I eighty two just north of union gap scientists believe the slide will sell for rest and come to a complete stop very soon a report released by rock engineers last year stated that the slope has a less than five percent chance of actually collapsing come on who's a one thousand FM ninety seven seven hi mark Christopher this is a common morning news rewind this weekend Maleficent opens Maleficent mistress of evil the sequel picks up several years after the first film chronicle the events that drove the notorious Disney villain to curse of baby princess Aurora and follows the complex relationship between the two is they formed alliances and face new adversaries I wasn't really hi four ways and he asked me to prove you wrong in the movie guys here good morning good morning what do you think of the new Maleficent but you know it's interesting when Greg was given that description it made me think of that is that Melissa sent the one from a few years ago.
What's the Difference Between Aspirin, Ibuprofen, and Acetaminophen?
"Rain stuff lauren vocab here the average headache backache often sends people reaching Willy Nilly for the nearest bottle of over over the counter pain reliever but for best results. It's smart to match the particular problem with the particular pill. That's because the wide variety of pain relievers known in medical circles as analgesics available today are each effective at different problems and come with different risks. There are two categories of pain pills suitable for home use this non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs more commonly referred to as m saids end. Acetaminophen both are considered anti redick's which means that they can can reduce fevers. Most people know Acetaminophen better by the popular brand name Tylenol but there are other brands as well like fever all the category Korea is broader things like aspirin ibuprofen and Naproxen all fall under the umbrella. There are others but these three are some of the most widely used each each has its own range of brand name versions so which one is best to use it all depends on what you're taking it for Acetaminophen often sold under the brand name Tylenol was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in Nineteen fifty one but how it works still not clearly understood but we do know a bit about what it does we spoke by email pharmacist Terry Thompson Dr Pharmacy and VP of Clinical Services at innovation compounding. She said Acetaminophen does not decrease inflammation but works in the hypothetical to reduce fever and it may work peripherally to block the generation of pain. It's best taken to reduce news fever or symptoms of pain from flu like illnesses headaches arthritis and menstrual cramps but note it will only mask the pain without treating any underlying inflammation inflammation problems that caused some of these symptoms. You should not take acetaminophen while consuming alcohol it can be hard on the liver. Even when you're stone cold sober and much much worse when consuming alcohol most serious liver problems have been reported following large doses the highest amounts considered safe is three thousand two hundred and fifty milligrams per per day or ten regular strength tablets however there have been instances when liver damage occurs after medicating with moderate or even small doses over a long period of time cinnamon offense should be taken carefully in conjunction with other medications as many headache and cold meds like Nyquil already has been in them. This can lead to accidental overdoses anyone taking one of these extras should carefully read labels follow dosing instructions to the letter. It's considered safe enough to take by just about anyone anyone but occasionally side effects are experienced most often those are nausea rash and headache which is pretty ironic considering that that's why many people take it in the first place is so that's CNN now. Let's talk about these are sold under brand names like Bayer advil Motrin and leave you know how often doesn't do a darn thing to reduce inflammation well and sets pick up that dropped ball and run all the way into the end zone with it short for non steroidal title. Anti inflammatory drugs the category of end says include a variety of analgesics like aspirin one brand name being bear ibuprofen such as advil Motrin and Naproxen oxen like aleve although there's some variation by particular type and says in general work by blocking the production of chemicals called prostaglandins which encouraged fever a pain and inflammation these effects can be useful in promoting blood flow to an injured area end in telling you to watch out and not further hurt and injured area but there's is a point which it's like dude body. I know I shouldn't walk on that foot. You can stop telling me so hard and said go out of their way to denote non-steroidal in the the name because steroids can also reduce inflammation but the way steroids work by depressing me. Immune system is a major distinction. So when did you take 'em Ed's Thompson said those with inflammatory conditions such as osteoarthritis rheumatoid arthritis menstrual pain or muscular pain would benefit from an end said the proximate intends to work longer in the body about two times longer so those with gout or more chronic pain conditions may see more pain relief from using naproxen verses ibuprofen however ibuprofen provides quicker pain relief than naproxen end is less likely to cause an upset stomach so might be more appropriate for strong and sudden pain have hangover skip these Dominican in favor of An said although nothing short of time rest and lots of hydration can completely cure a hangover the anti inflammatory Tori properties that end says boast are believed to be helpful however taking an end set on an upset stomach so common with hangovers can make the discomfort worse so don't take it on an empty stomach will ever but especially in the case of hangovers aspirin has long been used as a daily supplement of sorts for people at risk of heart attack and stroke because it inhibits potentially tragic blood clotting for roughly four to seven days one important caveat however is that people consuming aspirin for that purpose should should use a lower dosage under three hundred and twenty five milligrams per day than those using it for pain relief purposes. Thompson says that aspirin is more commonly used nowadays for inhibiting opening blood clotting then for relieving pain due to intestinal bleeding risks which brings us to when not to take them women who are pregnant or trying to become come pregnant are typically advised to avoid use of because they're believed to cause fertility issues early miscarriage and even birth defects in particular they should not be taken in the third trimester trimester because they could cause premature closure of a particular blood vessel in a developing baby people with gastrointestinal problems might also steer clear of and said use negative active gastrointestinal side effects like ulcers or intestinal bleeding can occur because as we said Prostaglandins aren't all bad prostaglandins protect the stomach lining and help with blood-clotting when those functions are inhibited the risk of bleeding and ulcers goes way up. Thompson said although this is more likely in those who take large doses for for long periods of time patients often turn to a seat from leads for pain relief since it does not cause intestinal issues still confused about which to take the talk to your doctor or the pharmacist local pharmacy. They'll be able to make a recommendation and point you towards the correct product.
"terry thompson" Discussed on KTOK
"Paid for by the occupation unity. one thousand eighty okay A. M. K. X. X. Y. FM ninety six point one to Oklahoma City. court documents out today reveal a motive for the brutal murder of an Indian woman in our home two weeks ago Kerry lucky reports five page affidavit obtained by the in a newspaper says one of the women arrested in connection with the murder was upset the forty one year old Diana bios was dating her ex boyfriend the woman contacted a man in Mexico and said she didn't want by us to be quote pretty anymore six people have been arrested in connection with the murder including a fifteen year old juvenile the court documents also reveal bias is five year old daughter witnessed the attack operations are now suspended and Muscogee county juvenile detention center the shutdown was sparked by discrepancies between surveillance videos and logs about safety checks that are supposed to be done every fifteen minutes but allegedly were not the juvenile detention facility in Muskogee is one of seventeen regional detention centers that except use from across the state juveniles being held at the Muskogee center now being moved to other facilities no word when that facility will re open similar to what happened in Oklahoma City and broken Erro now the Guthrie school district has been hit by a cyber attack submit a Mike Simpson says no sensitive information was compromised but there have been network outages over the last week he says some school of technology employees been working to gradually restore services and says the district has also contacted the department of homeland security another inmate death of the Oklahoma county jail but officials say no foul play is suspected her soulmate found fifty seven year old Diane Jones unresponsive last night and yell for help Jones was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead she was serving a jail sentence for drug convictions and a pickup truck driven by a seventeen year old boy had a motorized scooter on a roadies tomorrow last night the man on the scooter was killed I did about his thirty three year old William test all of Marlowe I'm Brian again in other news a man accused of storing child **** on electronic devices apparently didn't think he was doing anything wrong Megan Fisher reports Canadian county. sheriff Chris west says a Yukon man arrested on child porn charges had over five hundred images and videos of child **** on electric devices that was seized from his house sixty six year old Walter stone was arrested on September ninth west says stone told deputies he like to watch the videos and didn't think they were illegal west said he'd be seriously surprised if Stalin had left a trail of carnage behind him asking anyone who may have been a victim to contact his office almost Cokie magus fifteen years in prison for the death of the wife of former mourner police chief who was killed in a head on read more than two years ago twenty six euro Cordy Roy metallum pleaded guilty to first degree manslaughter in the traffic deaths of sherry Thompson was the wife of the former police chief Terry Thompson prosecutors a test found narcotics at Midlands blood I'm.
"terry thompson" Discussed on WJR 760
"Michigan one ninety one first down some issue twenty six western eleven Durrell St nine catches a hundred sixty nine yards and a touchdown career high. holy white five catches sixty three yards and one touchdown. excellent excellent job by Michigan state offense. they certainly at least of fire power here. they've been so good to Jay Cutler has that one. round the work he twenty two for thirty one for two ninety eight and three C. D.. it's definitely a bounce back game still got. twenty plus minutes football necklace. the book by the true freshman. for the Spartans. Boris out of LC Michigan over LC high school into the end zone no run back. and western Michigan reported way. as a twenty five yard line that's because ten seconds now for our network stations to identify themselves the Detroit Lions and Michigan state Spartans football seven sixty WJR Detroit where Detroit comes to talk. posted first at ten. if there twenty five yard line. lasik hands the ball to a back up running back Dave on Tucker and Tucker is stopped for no gain. Dejan Mallory. backing up at defensive tackle a redshirt freshman from Bolingbrook Illinois makes the stop the six one three eight C.. but he's a powerhouse guys hang clean and over three hundred fifty pounds over the summer. which is very hard the show on Tyler on it running back now snap back to one six. around the lefty look to. he is for a sack. Danny Willett kiss. as bulls smart sax tonight. all over John one six. les. now it's third and seventeen. order block him. it's the seventy plays a role. the intensity does not let up this will be littlest pass rusher. calls at the nineteen yard line of western Michigan third down in seventeen. one six takes the shot good Sam. fires right side good catch on across the better. by Ishaan bustle and he's all the way out to the forty six yard line. twenty seven yard pick up Xavier handers. with the jackals. because get out of a hole with four to play in the third but they're down thirty seven to seven. one six weeks with a shot gun stamp. Tucker back into running back quick zero right side way over the head of Keith mix of junior. so second down at ten the western Michigan with three and forty eight to play here. in the third quarter. yeah we missed a state plan at press coverage with the two safeties high. area that's open is the middle of the field that last play the little skinny post now leverage defense. second down ten western at their forty six one six. throws it left side catch made by is tied it Giovanni Richie and he's at the forty seven yard line of M. as you save your Henderson on the tackles. they are three yards short of a first downs third down three. third down three whole western at the forty seven of them issue. partly due to the ball game. thirty seven the seven. lebron James Bellamy back at it running back. the back with a burst is that arrests here is a third in three. snap back to one six. zero one all the way fires over the bill it is. Thompson with the heads up what a minute interception for that support the fence. yeah they knew exactly what play was on you can see that the communication happen in the defense of secondary. always from the linebacker level action the second level to the third level they're talking about route combinations right there Terry Thompson shop that route look at what's inside may the plate Joe Bob he was right that's what I'll do is going to be one of the other. massive tended for Corey croons. at the start take over. Liza Collins the running back first at ten AM issue with their forty three yard line. round the working hands to Collins runs to his left and he would maybe lost the art of this play. then at the line of scrimmage and show back. Ali Fayed makes the stop the junior out of Dearborn high. no gain essay. not a loss but second down at ten here at the forty three. of them as you. in just over two and a half to play in the third Spartans thirty seven western Michigan seven. well working makes the handoff keeps to themselves. dives for two to the forty five yard line. the weight Eskridge makes the tackle. so to come up. third and. about nine. just shy of the forty five yard line for Michigan state two minutes to play here in the third quarter. unless you count of the running back. off the left shoulder of Brian lowercase Cody white said left Stewart. N. C. J. Hayes to the right. snap back to brown the working right side for Gerald Stewart is gonna blocker in front Stewart on the run he's out of bounds in western territory of the new year right sideline at the forty yard line of western. DDR pick up. ray shot Heyward on the tackle hundred eighty four yards receiving now. from the pride of Nimitz size schools Houston Texas Darryl story as tanned catches that was almost like a screenplay that was set up there by Brad Salem nice play call first intended to forty. well working and still I should count. all right tackle Eliza Collins angles for the near right sideline and he's out of bounds at the twenty four yard line a western. yes the tranquil random out. this love the center low center of gravity balance of vision by large Collins that time reading this blockers able to find daylight to off right tackle Lorna shoulder picking up extra yards for first down. fourteen carries a hundred sixty nine yards for young allies your columns. since Jan. the handoff to allies you again running off right guard. the July distributions of twenty four east to the twenty two. tackle by Drake spears. and Andre Carter. Carter is soft more for cash check to Detroit. a time will run out here in the third quarter in east Lansing. Michigan state with a commanding lead over the Broncos for western Michigan the Spartans thirty seven..