17 Burst results for "justin hill"
"justin hill" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"A big right hander loosening as chase Watkins comes to to a high pop up on the right side. Second baseman Kyle Bernetti and Armstrong. They were both calling for it. I could hear them both saying Ball ball ball. I heard Ryan over, say, ball Ball ball, And finally, it's the veteran shortstop Andy, who called Ball the most emphatically and takes it. On the right side of the diamond for the heart one away. Here in the Bottom of the sixth inning, and that brings to the plate the left hand hitting read bore shades of finding Nemo. Mind, mind? Mind? Mind mind? Here's a one hopper at Andy Armstrong. He calls ball nearly pulls over off the bag. But did not. Ober was able to maintain contact with a bag for the out in the first base coach, though, Jimmy Rick Elson is saying, go to there. Replay on that one Greg Street, calling the runner out on the stretch by Ober on a poor throw by Andy Armstrong, but it looked as though the foot maintained contact with the bag. I'm surprised that the first base coach Jimmy Rickerson, was so insistent on quickly asking For the review of the play, because that's just not It's not conclusive evidence that the foot came off and Hank is already put. I mean, I have to. It's an out 63. Army did not make us of an accurate throw per se, but it certainly appears as though Uber has contact with the bag. Now we've already had bag gate against Arizona. The Wade Meckler play and I can understand a little bit. How the first base coach Rick Wilson would would at least be interested in Talking about the play, but he has convinced head coach Justin Hill to ask for one of the two reviews that coaches are allowed. And I just find it difficult to think that there would be any video evidence that would overturn the call on the field. The call on the field was safe. That might stand. But I almost think of the call on the field were safe, and the Beavers protested, it might get overturned because over appears to have contact with the bag on the throw..
"justin hill" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation
"That was just really weren't really works for us. And then she just came real. It was real nice ryan with her and he just all came out. And then. I'm telling you i joined the band in a wallet. January twenty twenty now. So i have been writing waiver those now. Three the lockdown nice and trying to get the video. So that's really cool. I mean i really enjoyed the guys released the angel ep. I'm harry wait on my streaming service and Quite that. Because i'm really enjoying your your current material which is great but yeah obviously. That's up to you so today. You guys have say released three singles for an upcoming album. You've got cool radical animals which applying to release in april. I believe yep. My research is good and Yeah i was like because you guys are relatively new and we've had this like this pandemic there's no other word for how he always kind of like. How's it treats it you as a new band. Because of experience while biden established in a new way through the spectrum and it's affecting everyone differently but how has it affected you guys but we have to have the everything ready to go nearly twenty twenty. We just need to teach tonio the song. Lots of gauge both in plans butts of a release schedules a whole lot. Really all ready to go and then we just kept saying you know kobe. Top from the michael and we'll just wait a couple of months and see what happens did not come and see what eventually got around september federal away in so he decided to just make make what we could out to make the videos and just called me to release is in which brings us to where we all. Now so yeah. We're watching the as well. How is that filming them in in their source. Because obviously you have to fly guidelines quite squeeze the main in the two periods where lockdown was lifted. Didn't we were down to light tijuana today and we managed to squeezed in planning them accordingly around around. We'll top very god led to limit the number of people there so it was a controlled situation. Yeah video to be released with the actual album. Show that obviously an animate own saves a some going. I mean the the quality of your video. The music is great. The production value and everything which got into by sunday hot Justin hill behind it and but the videos themselves. They're of a high quality as well. Not do those yourselves. Or if you've got a solid of a network of people basically a friends the we manageable Loki films which is shot hudson fooling. He listened to the traction. Saudi is with us so he. He's the three now he's the widows an making it like solve moss matic one for the demon released coming up soon going somebody in nice nice so when it comes to like this this album..
"justin hill" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"Got, twenty, I just can't seem to break in there. But Twenty Twenty eight points. I I WANNA Justin Hill. He was not a good handicap. He had been riding better though early on in the first practice. He was second for a little while which we had never seen before in the salt. Lake should say never seen in the Salt Lake. So I was like okay. He's back or feels good or whatever technical track. So I'M GONNA. Justin Hill thirty six points I'll take it. I was never going north I couldn't go Chad I probably was never going to go. Last week I couldn't go. bowers wasn't gonNA. Go bowers, and not sure about the altitude things so. Hill was about the best I could have done. I had have hill at Osborne and my last pick was Marty who. Crashed out and seven points for Mardi so not so good Dan four fifty picks. Yeah for me I was GONNA. Tell you knew the four fifty six. We're getting tough and I couldn't take bowers or New Orleans to the had him the week before, and I also couldn't pick in screen. So has the week before and held it pretty good at thirty, eight, thirty, six and thirty. So I went with that, I thought I can pick this other tickle, not fifty two. my all star Went Malcolm. I was on Malcolm. Oh I couldn't even get. he got twenty six and then I. Really I couldn't decide. I looked at a p a little bit, but I didn't see much value. The same thing so like I'll go with you. Guys that have been really good. I'll go with Blake Baggett and Mardi. On they've been, they've been good. No, the one Mardi wasn't one and they both crashed, and then bagging I mean GPO baggage. He was over at four as he was not writing good, so Um, yeah I mean. I thought I. Think Guys. I pass on Benny which I thought was. Going to bite me there for a long time, he was enforced for most of the Rakia. me, too, and I was like I was like Oh man. I have any because he. You know a couple of weeks before when he qualified I didn't pick them, but yeah, he he ended up all getting eleven points, so I can't be mad I. Thought I picked. The best guys I've never really looked at Gartner. I had him. And and Chad was. All, day I I didn't know if he's going to get like he did or if he's just GonNa, go right around the knickknacks like joke about I. I didn't know what. I was never I was never picking Chad and I had cooper person the finish line..
"justin hill" Discussed on History Vs.
"I came into this podcast wanting to show Theodore Roosevelt. Not as a caricature. But as a real person and no discussion of Theodore Roosevelt's legacy would be complete without talking about his views on race which we've touched on a bit in other episodes well. Pr Race. I have to say probably one of the most interesting bits about an and I don't think we've given enough airtime to us on race. I think like we're living in a sound bite culture. Where if you can't get your view across very quickly been you know. No one understands it or they don't WanNa understand it you know and I can use unraced where we have complicated. And they're presented as effectively white supremacy or Or just plain racist. I guess but there's so much more to it than that colleen is right. I've read a bunch of books about tr for this podcast and have read that. His views of race were complicated that he had eight divided heart on matters of race. And that when it came to African Americans his attitude was enlightened. Many books seem to only touch on this subject. Perhaps because tears thoughts on race are incredibly complex. So with that said we won't be able to impact all of tears views on race here if after you listen to this. You're interested in learning more. I'd Recommend Picking Up Thomas Dyer's Book Theodore Roosevelt and the idea of race in previous episodes. We've discussed how to your thoughts on race impacted. How dealt with other nations so in this discussion will be focusing mostly on his attitudes toward African Americans and native Americans but before we get into thier specifically it's important to put his views into context. We all know that. Tr was a curious guy who thought of himself as a scientist. So what were the quote unquote scientific views of race? At the time to find out I call Dr Justin Hill Edwards and Assistant Professor of history at the University of Virginia whose focuses on African American history the history of slavery and the history of capitalism. There were Scientists who were then trying to find a scientific research based rationale for sex segregation and four white bristles superiority really in the late nineteenth in the early twentieth centuries There there was a rise in racial Scientists in particular eugenics so that kind of provided a more scientific rationale for ideas of white racial purity. And why that should be the standard the ideal and so it's really finding scientific way to explain why white superiority woods good and why it should be a goal until social policy making. Why would why people be looking for a scientific reason to prove that they were superior? I mean you're talking about a time especially in the in the US Post civil war post reconstruction or in particular African Americans are working to really gain their civil rights. You have the increase immigration from places like Japan in so in China to a little bit and so you have this kind of increase in kind of racial and ethnic diversity that begins to occur in this period in so interestingly. It's not just in this this period. Where were you? Hugh have kind of white Americans in many ways publicly struggling with the fear in the FI idea that they're losing ground to racial ethnic minorities dire writes that tr grew up in an atmosphere. Victorian privilege was bombarded from early childhood with ideas that stressed the superiority of the white race and the inferiority of non whites and his privilege undoubtedly shaped his views of race. Now interestingly enough because he was born New York City because he was born in the north in nat in the south like in South Carolina Georgia He probably held what we would consider more progress or what. His contemporaries would probably consider more progressive thoughts about race. But but let's not conflate his progressivism with ideas of that he was in favor of racial equality because surely he was not growing up tears. Mother had told him stories about her childhood in the South which painted slaves as childish dependency and ignore the horrors of slavery. The tails must have had some influence on his views. He also read a lot. Dyer rates that Roosevelt's gloried in longfellow saga of King. Olaf which celebrated the Nordic tradition a key ingredient in nineteenth century theories of white supremacy and that he was also influenced by the Teutonic myth. Niba Lunga lead which he read during his time living with German family when he was a teenager. Dire says its influence can clearly be seen in Roosevelt's winning of the West main reads books and the magazine. Our young folks were among tears. Favorite things to read and they contain ugly racial stereotypes about native. Americans and African Americans Darwin's theory of evolution was also an influence as of Roosevelt's professors at Harvard. Tear continued to read voraciously after his college career and also corresponded with a number of scientists of his era. According to Dyer you can see all of these influences interiors views and writings about race. Which viewed both in terms of nationality and in terms of skin color Roosevelt believed the white english-speaking race was the most advanced race. But he was also. A proponent of Neelam archaism. The idea came from a French scientist named Jean Baptiste. Lamarque who predated Darwin and believed that certain traits could be cultivated and passed to later generations while Darwin for example thought about a natural evolution. La- marks I idea more had to do with the idea that species could in some some way choose which traits to pass along to their offspring. This doesn't mean that one day you decide you want your future child's be a genius and then Bam they're genius. There are differences between the Marquis and Ula Markian belief but a neil murky and lecture from the Eighteen Nineties discusses. The idea a darwinist would look at the children of pianists and say that they might inherit dexterity or a good ear but they won't inherit piano skills. They'll need to learn the piano the same way their parents did in the murky and would counter that the child must inherit piano skills otherwise humanity would have the same level of piano skills forever as an example. They say that gymnasts have been getting steadily better. This is the result. According to the lecture of Lifelong Training of the children of acrobats and of their children the improvement in gymnastics therefore is largely due to the transmission of the qualities directly acquired by training. This kind of thinking. According to Edwards allowed people to feel more in control of their destinies as opposed to Darwinism where characteristics are hardwired into your DNA changing only by mutation and it wasn't just white people of that time held these ideas about determinism. The famed thinker a W. E. B. DU voice had this. I did not in a scientific way but in a social way of the talented tenth that the top ten percent of African Americans in terms of intelligence with lead the the race out of Kind of the misery of being black Americans. Jeff has permutations part of Roosevelt's. Neil Americanism was the concept of Equa potentialities strain Kathleen Dalton rates that Lamarque ins tended to accept the idea that all human capacity including racial potential was plastic and could be changed. Here's Michael Cullen again. Really what that means is that Roosevelt's believed that within a generation. We could remake ourselves not completely say but that we could effectively learn from the mistakes of past generations. And that's that's remarkable because it means it means that we are not just beholden to reproduction in order to progress civilizational progress the our gene pool but that actually we can learn from history. Which of course he was a student of history We can learn from history and make changes within a generation that have an impact upon ourselves and wider sense civilization. So that to me always struck me as an anti-racist idea because in essence it means that anyone regardless of skin color or anything really where you were born or who you were born to can can reach the heights that that tr saw has the heights of civilization in the heights of personal Greatness now the reality is though that he didn't believe that a lot of different races would get air. He you know he does talk about African Americans is being far behind White Anglo Saxons Or English speaking peoples Waiting List people. So there's a capacity in his thinking for equality but it doesn't always present itself in how he views the world we've covered Roosevelt's theory of the stages of development before but. Here's a quick. Refresher tea are believed that all-race is nationalities and civilizations went through certain stages the lowest stage was savages them which was marked by chaos next barbarism during which in Dyer's words military virtues were developed then came social efficiency which blended military virtues with a love of order it was followed by a stage where dire writes the great variety. Virtues diminished were replaced by a love of ease softness willful sterility and too much stress upon material possessions and then finally the State of decadence or death. This thinking informed his views on race both at home and abroad Edwards calls tears experience fighting in the Spanish American war transformative after that were of course the US was ceded. Guam and Puerto Rico and got sovereignty of the Philippines with his role in the Spanish American war. Then his ascendancy as president He presided over the net. Just the Expansion of US ideas of democracy in military presence but IMB reinforced the the idea that the native inhabitants of these New Territories were somehow racially inferior not fully prepared to participate in the democratic project in this kind of relates to ideas of the stages of development and how he thought about international diplomacy. He believed that certain people in certain nations were not prepared to participate in democracy Were knots so socially culturally prepared for that type of citizenship.
"justin hill" Discussed on KPCC
"Is that she would go on like late night TV is the last time I brought my melons to the Big Apple letterman joked about her breasts and then she would joke about her breasts and she was just like kind of hilarious larger than life persona that was kind of what I knew of her that was sort of my starting point but then when I actually sat down with her and we went kinda album by album through her discography the first thing that hits you with all my god she has written a lot of music like oh my god going back to nineteen sixty six sixty seven you realize this is one of the great song writers of our era and she hasn't really been given her do is a song writer you know she people talk about or is this like cultural figure as this these days you hear talked about as a feminist you hear talk about as a business woman but I feel like one of the stories that I hope will be told in the next few years and we certainly try to tell the podcast is like this is somebody who deserve to be put on par with Bob Dylan like the number of songs that she's written for as long as she's written them yeah like that would that blew me away that was one of the many things that really ultimately surprise me but then surprise just kept on for a link from there we're talking with Chad opera rad about his podcast Dolly Parton's America I want to play a little bit from a song of hers called wild flowers one so here's the lyrics I never felt right in a garden so different from me I just never belong I just long to be gone and you could say our late it's not an anthem about being a misfit about being gay or lesbian it's about being who you are and yet her music is so resident in the LGBTQ community a couple years ago we ran a piece on our show about our lady J. who's a trans writer who found hope and always music and one of the guests on your podcast is the bluegrass banjo player Justin hill learn and I think his story is that he's listening to a lot of dollars music at the same time he's coming out yeah I mean it was it was a real it was real eye opening day you know he he grew up in a strongly evangelical family in rural Ohio and he was home schooled for religious reasons and so there was literally no space in his life for being outwardly gay and he talks with the moment he came out and he came out while learning a dollars on call silver.
"justin hill" Discussed on KTOK
"Twenty nine is now open and manned by seven firefighters every shift the two point eight million dollar facility is located at eighty four hundred southeast one hundred sixty fourth straight this is one of the last remaining fire department projects that were part of the two thousand seven general obligation bond that was approved by Oklahoma City voters there will be an official grand opening ceremony on Monday but firefighters officially moved in today this still under construction American Indian cultural center and museum in Oklahoma City is getting a new name ladies and gentleman it is my pleasure to welcome you to the first Americans museum that is museum director James pepper Henery during a ceremony today he said the old name is a mouthful and it's not really historically accurate now construction on the museum began in two thousand six but it was delayed for years because the project ran out of money Henry says it's time to shed the skin of the past and look twelve dot look towards the future he says the museum will open in the spring of twenty twenty one an Oklahoma inmate now has been charged with taking part in the gang related fights that led to a lockdown of all state prisons earlier this year the fights at Sussex state prisons left one inmate dead and dozens injured Justin hill was an inmate at the Lawton correctional facility doing time for grand larceny we're told that he's now been charged with conspiracy assault and battery and taking part in gang related crime in its weekly report out today the state health department said that there has now been for flu deaths in Oklahoma since the flu season began in September and they say more than a hundred sixty people now I've been hospitalized with flu complications from the news radio one thousand Katie okay weather.
"justin hill" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"And you can see me up fired up. You got Hollywood up here on the right is pointing at me. And then all of a sudden here comes iceman Hollywood is Carl Justin hill, your father dad and k j hills step dad his Montana Peterson. Iceman I spent so head these guys on the mortgage Miss America podcast this week. And they were absolutely hilarious discussing that moment. I asked him, you know, how describe your blood alcohol content in that moment. They said, well, we don't really remember. But I love it our life. There were how amazing guys they love to have fun together. And I just it was the most perfect thing for iceman to go like this. You guys are awesome. I said the Hollywood where do you go Hollywood where who goes? That's fantastic. We have had some absolutely outstanding photo bomb moments. And honestly, my best one of the year to Ohio State. What's his name of Buckhead, or whatever his name is the guy that's got the painted head and the whole deal book, and we'll go with Buckhead, but guy book. Photo bomb as well. I like book isn't that a place in Atlanta that is a place this very fancy very fancy. And so was was the buck book got look at it. Would you? Joy massey. Smith's advent calendar. Yeah. Mama made that when I was born. Yeah. And each of those each of the dates is a little pocket, and there's a little felt person in the pocket and there's like a stick pin. And you stick the felt person on the tree and you decorate the tree as the month, and my sister Stacy and I used to fight like cats and dogs. Yeah. Over who got to hang the first angel on the tree every year. So just all about the art of that. And now the new generation of Smith's mine Laney's over here our kids they fight over who gets to hang the first one. So we've created a great tradition. My mama's advent hotels what I'll call Marty on the phone in like he's in the car with us kids. And it's like I'm calling to like you saw reporting it Russell. That's all that Quinn it. Switch hands out of it. Speaking of buck house stampedes for a major accolades and major awards how about Heisman race, we know thing or two about we were talking about Mr. to earlier, we looted I'm using that word twice tonight. We alluded word. It's earlier to talk about Loa last weekend just below thirty two three twenty four five touchdowns throwing the football and one touchdown football business. Memory of the Oklahoma, Sooners and the Oakland Athletics San against West Virginia. He was twenty two twenty seven three hundred sixty four yards passing three touchdowns and one hundred and fourteen yards on the ground. That's what he does. He's averaging three hundred yards passing and almost seventy yards rushing with no one has ever done in the history college football, Dwayne hat, this do you just saw you saw this person twenty thirty one three ninety six six touch. Broke and broken. Drew Brees is record being teen record for touchdown passes in a season. He now has forty one. Anytime you get your your name in the sentence with him. You're doing something doing it. So there are only ESPN dot com or Heisman watch.
"justin hill" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"There's still talent there. I realize it. I like that. You mentioned Justin hill who's a stud? Tailback jail. Mcklusky is good wide receiver. They've got seven guys back on defense, which is good, but I'm looking at this as a team. If you're in the big twelve and you're counting on defense, kind of helping you really carry you, you're in trouble. And that I think is world state may kind of find it self. So we agree, they're the Cowboys will be the big, twelve disappointment, conference champion. Kinda like it's kinda like the Clemson, pick the ACC, right? It's hard to go away from Oklahoma and I don't. I'm not in love with this pick. I'll be honest with you. Personally, I am sure but, but in terms of getting it right, I don't know how much I love this. The Cuyler Murray Austin, kindle, quarterback battle continues. There's going to be a drop off after Baker Mayfield. There has to be there's no question it will be, I think, is going to get this job, but they're, they're going to run the ball. Well, they're going to have to. Although I, I liked the, they've got an underrated group receivers, marquees, Hollywood Brown, CD lamb was a freshman last year was really good. Defense took some hits. There's some inexperienced pieces that are going to have to come up big. They because of the relative weakness of the league. Oklahoma's the favourite, and I'll ride the Sooners to a big twelve championship, although I'm just not overly crazy. Like I don't see this league getting team in the playoff, and I don't like saying that I would agree with that. It's Texas, Texas is the only team you would think about here. I'm going to agree with you on Oklahoma Dory, but I think that game that we ought that every year always has the prize as Texas with Herman. Now, the guy those the talent, they him canny step up and I'll stick local that offensive lines, but not having Orlando Brown should be pretty good in Rodney. Anderson's is good as any running in college football, no doubt. Conference player of the year. So here also, I'm David Montgomery and I was state excellent play riding the Anderson's, Oklahoma, Justice, but I'm gonna go will Greer quarterback West Virginia. He's got weapons around. He's got guys from catch the football and stretch the field. It's a team that I think -fensive line wise will be good enough will. Greer has a lot of Baker Mayfield in him. He's that kind of quarterback. He's just fiery. He throws an accurate ball. He can move. He is a guy who wins, and he's a guy, a great attitude, great approach, I think will Greer ends up being player of the year, and I would not be surprised if West Virginia surprise and people, you know, I actually when we were talking about surprise teams, I really considered West Virginia, and that's a team like that's a team that plays here in Charlotte in the opener against Tennessee. They may hang fifty on them sixty. I mean, that's a really good offense. So I will pick. I'm going to go with Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma, tailback. He started seven games last year. He's still ended up well over Levin. Yards on the ground. You talked about the offense of line there. It's going to be good. They are going to run the football a lot. I feel at Oklahoma and you have to. Now he's going to split some carries with a guy that will be a sophomore now by the name of trae sermon, and they're both good. They're good enough that Abdul Adams who actually started date one last year transferred to Syracuse. So Rodney Anderson's really good, and we'll see that I think, and I'll I will. I will go Rodney Anderson playing four conference champion will be the player of the year in the big twelve, but I really liked the wheel grouping. Well, I love the Roddy Intersil behind we'll. Greer is kind of the position. Baker was he's the fourth guy. The I withdrew lot Missouri and Justin, Herbert, Oregon stood him Auburn, then you looking for that next guy and will Greer. I think this year could be like Baker Mayfield was to be right in that Nixon people kind of push him down a little bit. But at the end of the day, his numbers are going to be off the charts. There is absolutely no doubt. And you know there's one team out there that we didn't really..
"justin hill" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"A long pit road to see what the fixing has like it doesn't take a csi expert to figure out who was where on the race track the entire left side of the brett moffitt truck is a pancake in the entire right side of the stuart frequent truck has been pancaked in both of them have been pit lane both of them have changed tires and pulled all the sheet metal offer the respective tires that that was on it pit board goes back out for stewart freezing we may see him back on the pit lane another time but both of these teams after the crash both of them favorites to to potentially you come out of here with a win today both of them were also down one set of tires but i'll tell you i'll tip my to stewart freezing man that was that was some never semester craftsmanship right they're spending down the front straightaway domer and yeah you collected the sixteen truck it hit the wall or out spot right down the middle of it right to your point a lot of times i guess we the across step you don't know where you are you're spinning now you're going backwards it you know he probably was down about a hundred miles an hour but you have no idea where you're at and so he did a heck of a job save that hate it for brett moffitt he is he was one of the favorites like they said to win and it'll be interesting to see if they got the thing fixed up he's gonna come for i think he's a lockdown now but see if he can find his way back to me that's why race car drivers are not us down to a hundred miles per hour you're spending and you don't know where you're going ryan says it like well it's just a day at the office mike and i are up here just just absolutely seizing up with the thought it's it's a bad day at the office we are searching for a new pair of undergarments okay we're gonna hundred miles an hour just spinning a not knowing where we're at racecar driver and a radio guy so field is lined up again double file behind the pay struck in again mike noah gregson choosing that outside other stunt looks like justin hill he's going to be alongside and let's see.
"justin hill" Discussed on KOMO
"Are next komo traffic at six forty four steve pool has your komo forecast hello everybody well we've got a whole lot of things happening in our weather here over the next forty eight hours or so for now we're just dealing with showers but tomorrow we're going to have those showers continue and then after that things really get interesting i mean temperatures are going to be very mild to warm tomorrow into the sixties maybe even mid sixties for some folks so yeah that's a little a little different for this time of year but that's what we expect the other thing we're watching out for is over on the coast where we expect some strong winds at times and that'll be the case from essentially now all the way into saturday maybe saturday evening so lots going on we'll keep you posted on all of that makoma weather center i'm steve pool rain and fifty four degrees seattle some of the most competitive off road racers are coming to seattle this weekend seventeen thanks streak of shame marash supercross is back and joining us today the winner of the race you just heard justin hill and he's looking for another checkered flag anc al justin how're you do pretty good about yourself understand you're from the north west where exactly from ram portland areas in vancouver my brother did it and my dad did it a little bit my brother was professional before i was but we come from bmx background was started the two wheel thing and then kind of morphed into to the motocross so it's more than just like going out in the backyard with a dirt bike.
"justin hill" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose Â» D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast
"No you can't markeith miller twenty carries thirty five yards that's one point eight yards per carry the game thought he was to fairly decently he was he was being a representative running back long run of seven call robinson long run a fourteen and a few other guys touch the ball but didn't have any any runs to speak of so mount union did a really great job tonight of identifying the plays and getting there and tackling i can't think of too many times where we pointed out a guy that misako coaches talk about explosive plays especially of course of the last several years people really look at the longest play that mary hart bill offense with sixteen yards sixteen john l read it if i'm not mistaken two that was garbage time down the stretch the fourteen yard rush by robinson of a crucial first down back when the game was still in doubt on the tv's here the replay is about to kick off so maybe we'll get a chance to recall the game recall the recall to game basically no big plays on that the one big play really on the other side of course the justin hill touch on something we have not oh it was tremendous catch because fo for it i don't think got everything under it that he wanted to get it was a little bit underthrown and to mary hardin baylor defensive backs were able to break on it and get to the ball at the time and they sort of ran into each other pop the ball up and justin hill a guy who's made huge plays all season and really hadn't had a lot of opportunity to get his hands on the ball on friday night he only finished with three catches but his forty two yard touchdown catch was the biggest offense play the game one one thing i want to add there is that he'll sorry i was just gonna say that he'll touchdown came when ruth has gotten hurt which was a huge thing because they lost from the rest of the game and he'll touchdown came we exactly at the right time.
"justin hill" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose Â» D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast
"Yeah i guess if i think about it from the other direction then if frostburg was able to score twenty four points when the game was still someone in doubt in the first half then oshkosh with a better quarterback and a better running back oughta be able to score a little too yeah the real real problem for me is not whether oshkosh can score amount union but can the titans defense deal with justin hill jad ruth and the rest of the potent mount union offense yeah great question we know oshkosh coach rick soroti knows his defense was tired this week here's his take from their post game one three playoff games right now in convincing fashion it was a rough one today because warburg game ready to play and i think we're tired physically and we're going to definitely rest here because it's going to get it to be a dogfight again so physically i didn't like the way we came out so i i think that's a problem with the coaching staff right now we're just we normally aren't practicing as much as we are we're so young on d we gotta get as many reps as we can so that's kind of change here in the next five days because we gotta get we gotta be fresh keith there's a lot to prep for when facing mount union even if you know who the quarterback will be how do you do all that and still give these guys some rest we'll remember at this point in the season practices are already shorter because your past the light savings you don't have that much time outside guys are studying for finals or getting close to that so you have to give them their time to perform academically especially if you're expecting to be gone most of the week in salem and the way you get around it at this point in the season especially if you feel like you're a defense needs the repetitions but they're they're tired is just got to give them tons of mental reps and i know that's a cliche you you go over you give them their tendencies which is what the other team likes to do so you basically have that game plan done.
"justin hill" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose Â» D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast
"It took about four or five possessions for frostburg to get untracked and by that point mount union was already on the on the scoreboard a couple of times so certainly frostburg needed to get off to a faster start i thought though that they didn't necessarily let it get in their heads like the big deal for teams we've talked about this year's before on the podcast the first time you go to mount union your some of your players maybe not all of them but some of them are going to be a magadan we're playing at mount union and then mount union scores first and then a macgyver down by seven about you we're down by fourteen amount you down by twenty one to mount union i don't know how much of that was a factor for frostburg they sort of just got blitzed early on and then they found their flooding a little bit they scored twenty four points in the second quarter only problem is they couldn't stop mount you so they were down forty nine twenty four at the half we talked earlier about lukewarm on wide receiver justin hill he that defensive backs no he's going to be a prop he six catches three touchdowns on saturday but frostburg actually got some offense going once it fell behind connor cox bought himself some time to throw found sergio andino in and a couple of those other wide receivers for some big plays at least one blown coverage and thought mount unions defense led up off the gas a little bit once it got a big lead i thought though the real story was mount unions four down linemen in the fifth player safety that they put up on the line of scrimmage assigned to disrupt the tight end i thought those five players made the difference the perpetrators mixed in a few blitzes by linebacker charlie dear and had frostburg state quarterback connor cox running for his life mounting defense had seven sacks nine tackles for losses caused five fumbles four of which recovered it was a relentless defensive performance something that honestly reminded me of the greatest mountain union teams and has me thinking that you w oshkosh gonna have to have a great game up front to be able to deal relentless defense.
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"On the ground lewis county falls at number twelve north marion forty four twenty number 15 braxton county a 21point win at and graft in the he goes linnet thirty five two fourteen number fourteen pike you were six into the panthers linnet riverview forty nine to fourteen clear spring maryland falls at berkeley springs the indians or three and four with the fifty three to six win also three and four the golden bear's went on the road at harrison central ohio forty eight twenty nine independent stevens its record it for the patriots stakeout liberty rally thirty five to six sleigh county over lincoln county twenty four to eighteen heaters birth fix up win number three the flanking steed up france for 48 to seven we are wins at war and local ohio forty four to six nicolas county is five into an snapping a twogame losing streak as the grizzlies beef west side twenty to fourteen in the grizzlies road win justin hill an interception return for touchdowns and shady spring was a winner at wyoming east tonight the tigers at three and four after a 20 to fourteen win like david doesn't need to take a break just a reminder of our a rp scholar athlete of the week was so far we've had eight weeks of high school gain night this season we've had eight winners a why it yates of frankfurt ice school corey fazal air of lincoln sophie banco of robert c bird mason rice we're three henry of margins berg allison home strand of wheeling park kayla alkai or parker's berg catholic and turner jones tonight a blue high high school easy to do if you know and athlete that's a scholar athlete and they would laying you like to have them honored on our a rp scholar athlete of the week just go to our website w the metronews dot com go to the.
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"Uh hole pizon hopeful wide receiver james washington return after having only fourteen hundred guards last season running back justin hill and chris carson also turn they combined for seventeenhundred guard so they'll be able to put up the point and like i said they're schedule is very favorable so to get nine uh at least a push siem re very reasonable 10 seemed like uh if they're gonna lose anywhere uh like you said oklahoma but they get that game at home and their schedule on the road is very soft all right dan part of like you i think you like texas and they could sneak up dance they have uh they have the game two of the big three games at home isn't that right yeah that's correct look i'm sticking with these over unders of leaving the uh living up to you guys to pick a lot of these division winners by texas here's the thing if if you told me it was over seven and a half which it started at uh i would i would say it's a lock eight i have them over eight at minus 135 i like this texas team this guy herman cochairman is going to bring the juice for this team uh i know it sounds trivial but you know they they redid l stuff like locker rooms put a million dollars into laukroze's kids love this stuff this team is is is pumped to be out there on the field this year a bush shall i think is a heisman sweepers a quarterback are they had a rough you're on defense last year but they're returning ten starters uh and you know sometimes it's just a matter of maturing on defense so when a freshman comes sophomore sophomore becomes a junior june comes to seen that defense is automatically going to be better they start the season with maryland in san jose state they're going to be rolling after two games.
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"Boat and things like that and it when your new head coach if you win early the team vice in this team there what could start off the season seven and all and be completely bought in then maybe the offense of wind develops in db develop uh he's putting a little caution to the season but i think that they can start out strong this year ryan constable inside a fool's deal with ready coleman on espn radio look the big law were deep roots go to die number one because i tried to play defense for the optimism the quarterback weeds and good it seems as if the receptiveness it's a homer and everybody else but i firmly believe old moments the is not that far away to win that we would about you yeah it's also defense comes along because they've got the triplets will we talked about when on uh mason rudolph a quarterback justin hill a running back james washington a wide receiver check check check they get bedlam at home and you know the big ten schedule makers freddie think it's probably going to be oklahoma oklahoma state netto game they move bedlam from the last week of the season up to november fourth just to avoid an immediate rematch crime throw through more teams out there they have a shot tcu with gerry patterson probably the best defence in the big 12 and if they get consistency outta kenny hill the be dangerous i think tom herman takes over a very talented team and we seller term and could do with a houston style and level he's got more talent here and that don't go to sleep on bill snyder build snyder last year at hundred and thirty five starts by underclassmen the most ever since he's been there he's been there twenty six years the last time he said fourteen returning starters was two thousand twelve when they had calling klein got the number two in the country before climbed got injured and the only games that i even have a slight underdog in would be maybe at oklahoma state at texas they get a oklahoma at home tcu at home i think case states illegitimate contender and frankly bill snyder is done so much for college football so much for this case state program what a great story it would be if he took his team to a playoffs.
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"A day plus this pure mountains music sad daddy fried pies the boat anglers tailored navy and so on is called earth ways if you're interested in going it said fifty four cargyll laming greenbrier arkansas and it's something i think you'll really enjoy if you love the outdoors okay with that said let me tell you we've got a good show store for you you've got to take you on a tour of the tours with charles crossen and then jay has the a is j reported sixteen minutes after the hour at twenty five minutes after the hour j we have the university of our cell freshman mason over st o of you heard about this kid but he was number two at the nc aa championships in the vigil scoring ever kingfisher oklahoma us open qualifier mason over there in the head outstanding we great young player and then at thirty three minutes after the hour we're going to be visiting with justin hill he owns justin hill golf he's a sports psychologist he's also a teacher teaches full swing and putting ng and he's in studio with us this morning justin good morning to you your morning bob j appreciate you being here we'll have turned at my phone on to now good morning to you justin oh good morning guys yeah i should have done that before we started and then also uh we've got a roundtable discussion so we got a big show for you let's go up to bentonville arkansas aw where charlie crossing standing by china good morning to you guys good morning everyone and good morning over days off to a great start in nisshin could be favorable for a good.