17 Burst results for "kabali"
"kabali" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Basically saying. We trust mike tomlin. We don't care that your quarterback as a corpse. Yeah we don't it's it's it's literally we trust the logos of the steelers. Hell let's go. Nineteen seventies raiders. Let's just root for good famous old teams from the afc. Let's rock with it. The steelers deal is like they burst. Dave a writer mark Kabali biggest pronouncedly studies eighteen to twenty years last weekend. Cincinnati was single handling the worst game. He's ever seen them play and like. I don't think tom it allows them to go out that way. And they're so much better. When j. watt is on the field juju wasn't practicing earlier this week but the andre johnson was they get guys back on on offense. Packers haven't done anything to blow me away this year. I certainly don't see this as packers. Like thirty eight ten or anything. This is a classic we thought the steelers were dead. Maybe they can if they get a lead. Maybe you don't need a lot from rothlisburger nashi. I liked them. We're not gonna. we're not futterman. Last one is panthers plus one sixty eight over the cowboys. I like the panthers a lot more earlier in the week in the more i thought about this game looked at every every ever blind spot with a team. I just don't see it right. And i keep trying to think this is the week i think i just had a blind spot with the cowboys. I actually think they might be. Good if you go back and you think about the first three weeks that tampa game. They really went toe to toe with them that game last week on monday. They fucking killed philly healed and they have guys on defense now. Like parsons i think if you do if you do have you done a redraft on good morning football. Yes and he's in the top five because he he had city. He's unbelievable his ability to either be linebacker defensive end in the way they can move him around. Resume my son and five football. It's just like such such a weapon to have somebody like that like the ability to just move around the coaches like we need play middle. Linebacker play defensive end. I see a lot of mike. Parsons and my son and vice versa. Back on the second. Before i ask you though as you gotta give us the ben resume at flag football like what. It's on the eighth grade. I'm just excited. 'cause we we. We beat arrival today. I will say the rabat's but they they got shut out. Is what happened mike apart. My family hasn't my. My son goes to the same school as my daughter. And we never wanna banner and this may be my best chance not even in the team always. Football now is co ed. Soccer was the basketball team. Three straight years losses in the final. This is our one chance Kelly the cowboys two running backs both good like just always like they always have somebody good in their do stuff. Dax look fantastic. Really really psyched. That he came back the way he did and it. Actually there's some inventiveness with the coordinator. I don't know man. I'm just. I had the panthers plus one sixty eight. But now you think like no mccaffrey no. jc juicy It it i. i'm staying away. Here's a so the cowboys got defense overnight. And it's it really is overnight. 'cause the coordinators all the difference dan. Quinn has brought a whole different scheme. He looks great but literally mica and Zoo whose number ninety seven are flying both rookies and then trayvon digs might be their best corner who outstanding actually wrote about it provocateurs dot com the twenty twenty corner draft class is actually fascinating because there were five taken in the first-round okuda already gillies as anything for deputy detroit. Cj henderson was a top ten. Pick the jaguars. They trade for sixty cents dollar You've got our net in in Embroider the raiders who does not have any. Aj terrell falcons with the much much-needed in miami Who hasn't done much for the second round guys is jaylen. Johnson in chicago looks great. It's trip digs. Who looks even better than this christian. Fulton for tennessee. They all went in the second round. This trayvon digs is outstanding. And he's going to be a problem for teams the next few years. He's already got three interceptions. So you put those three young guys the new defensive game and you add in the old players like they haven't defense and that's all they need because their offense is great and they. It looks like they got four blue chippers out of these. Last two drafts. Yeah sinatra. i can't maybe even more than that. But i'd four for sure. Where's just like these guys are. Are we had ship starter. Calvin johnson on the show today for good morning. Football calvin is a man of very few words but he was promoting his football life on nfl network and basically asked like cousy young receiver. That you like like you put me on the spot like cd. Lamb of all the young guys lamb. He's like that guy special. does things like. They know the guys like that. They know and cd's just getting started. I think. I think that you could make the argument that yours. Carolina's defense it's great. This dallas team is pretty good and they should win this game. At one o'clock. I like that.
"kabali" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Level. Football that gets flagged and now that they're saying they're going to call it in the. Nfl is even that play. Yes and even that in college he dennis stand over the guy. He literally just turned and looked at his watch. I saw the slow motion of it. That's the lysol motion didn't see it in regular time. Wait does that mean that. Seattle had two losses in dave's head. So so my thing is any kind of taunting. Anything aimed at a player is in the loud anywhere until you get the nfl and now people are going to be upset that the nfl is going to crack down on a more and we know how this works with that. They say they're going to crack down more. They crackdown huge in the preseason. And then what happens. It kind of just goes away during the regular season. 'cause people get it in their mind a little bit better but what you talk about. Just being heated and stuff. I didn't really have two separate many fights or anything when my coaching days because even the because most of these guys were teammates. You know what. I'm saying. So i do understand when you bring in somebody else. In like a in a scrimmage or other setting like that but we never really did any of those that didn't have official so it kind of felt like a real game and things like that but emotions run high in contact sports. I even say it like for example in my adult life meeting post college. I of the two sports that i've played more than anything was softball and basketball emotions. Run much higher in basketball because you actually have some physicality with it and just laughing because he thinks resides softball. You're not on my team. You haven't seen the basketball games. And that's what i'm saying because you know when you up the physicality in the sport itself. That's just kind of how it's going to be because you know adrenaline clicks kicks in and all that stuff. It's i mean it's it's fun to see but bottom line is you don't wanna see one of your own guys or somebody do something stupid. Where was that that was was it. Was it gino smith or somebody like that someone. Didn't someone get punched in the face in the locker room a few years ago and broke john. Now the guy got cut on the spot. You know what i'm saying. So and that was even on your own team. Yeah it's it's it's football things like that are going to happen but yeah for sure so okay. I just wanted to bring that up. It was kind of a hot topic. Figured i'd ask your take on that. Let's talk about the pittsburgh steelers so a lot of news has been happening. Mainly with the starters. I'm going to ask you real quick. Brian ross out. That how much do you think. Ben rothlisberger plays on saturday. We know he's going to play. Ben said he wants to play as much as he's allowed to brian. Which your guess. I'm predicting no more than three quarters. Excuse me three being the podcast producer. That can go away. So i'm thinking no more than three series okay. So we'll go no more than three. Okay what are you doing. I kind of talked about this with my brother. Someone tuesday i'm going twelve to eighteen snaps because it depends on how long the series are on how many he gets if they have a really long series in there. I mean my goodness. If it's a fifteen play scoring drive they might say and it takes up half the quarter they might say. You're good if i mean if it's a three and out that a one first down and a stall or something like that or a fumble by by a by running back or a receiver which unfortunately we've seen those before. Then you're going to see more. So i don't want to just narrow it down drives. I think they're gonna wanna see at least that many place yen mike tomlin say depends on what happens in stadium in other words. If it's a nice scoring drive they might just pull them after that but guys. How important is if rothlisburger to play in this game and if so how much i mean. We talked about predictions but when it comes to argue you actually needing him to play on a scale from one to ten one being. He doesn't need to play at all. Shouldn't be playing risk. Isn't worth the reward in ten. It is imperative that he plays new system etc brian. Where do you fall on that scale. Seventeen imperative that he plays yet. The we've seen the rust factor. I've talked about this for years. I get the risk. I know everything you're risking but we it seems the last five or six years since they've said at the other day was like two thousand fifteen. The last time that he that he played more than one in one preseason game you see that rust factor in the first couple gangs with ben. And i think he needs a couple of preseason games did not be rusty. Where do you find that skill dave. I'm gonna give you a nice day answer. Because that's what i thought. No i'll give you an answer. Set it up i. That's that's the david you've got to set it up. I thought by the way the steelers had been playing everything else out but they were basically treating this like regular four-game preseason that they would have done two years ago because they had four games based on coach. Tomlin's comments today. I don't think that's the case. Because he kinda hinted at. They're treating this light game to and in a normal circumstance. Ben rothlisberger would not play in this game. But because it's a new system coach coach canada. They thought it was important to me. He's almost hinting at playing a mcginn the next week. So i really my thing is i think between the two games you. You've already said it well and if you guys don't. I'm sorry if you're listening here on youtube or facebook or just stumbled on this audio podcasts. Somewhere if you're not part of the writer diker you are really missing out. You gotta make sure you're catching all all of these podcasts. But you already said to jeff. You think it's more important for him to play in the next game. Yeah and i think he's going to petition to and i think he might win. Because you're still got tons of time. Until that i we i mean i wasn't mark kabali the brought it up that if if this is the only game then plays and you think it's going to shake off the rust. He's got too much time off until we want so i think. How important is it for him to play this game. I'm not like brian. I'd put it like a seven and a half assuming he's going to play the next some in the next game if he's not playing in the next game then it's brian seventeen. You know what i mean. Now that makes a lot of sense. And i i agree i would probably say it's about a seven. I think it's a good good number i. I don't think it's imperative. I think he would be able to god and perform with practice. Repetitions only but still a you wanna get his live reps. Let's switch gears from rothlisberger. He's an important player on the offense inside of the football. We know that. But let's talk about the offensive line until about a week ago. Those five players on the offensive line had never even practiced together. We're talking about from left to right a core for dodson green turner and banner. They're all going to play. How long do you think they will play all number one and number two. How long should they play brian. We'll start with you. I'm thinking a midway through the second-half some of them start second quarter man. I kill well deontay johnson. That's what he should debut this week. Johnson needs to be on the field enough messing around. Guys i love you the midway through the second quarter. I guess some of these guys are going to be coming out. I would like to see them. Get a half together all half okay with dave the offensive line as bad as brian screwed up the beginning part of that answer. Here's exactly right..
"kabali" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"That i'm responsible for every day that the steelers practice where there's updates especially when there's fans in the stands we get so much more updates just because the reporters are allowed to say more than i then put a tracker. I put the the show in from steelers live that kicks off training camp. It's in the article whenever training camp practices done and they have their wrap up show. That goes at the end on putting all kinds of information in tweets in this article. Too basically where it could be your one stop shop for practice that day where you could go in and see exactly what's going on. I updated every few minutes on. It's a lot of work to stay on top of it. But i do it for you all and then also we turn around and give you this podcast as well for those people that are that listening on the podcast side but might not check out the website so we have all the information that we can get and today was a very interesting when it came to information. So i'll get to that. But i will say that. The steelers were back and surprisingly in pads. Today i know jeff said on yesterday's recap that he assumed that that was probably the last day in pads for the steelers but they were out there in pads again today. And if. I were to estimate why. I think that happened. It's because the steelers are trying to emulate an actual week. Even though the is on thursday and not the typical sunday and that is the came off there off on sunday. They went padded practice padded practice. Monday and tuesday tomorrow. Wednesday is what will soon as a non padded practice and it's not open to the public and then the steelers will travel to canton to be ready for the game. I'm pretty sure they are going to travel on. Wednesday and thursday have not seen an official report. But that's generally the the way things work in the nfl and with it being a night game they might do a walk through that morning or something so in order to try to make sure that players are figuring how to how a game would work a game leak would be. I think that's why they went with back-to-back padded practices. Now jeff will be back for the next recap. It's probably not going to be until saturday. Because like i said it's practices not open to the public wednesday thursday the hall of fame game fridays off day. I'm fairly certain. It will be back on saturday unless something changes with that schedule but it was very interesting today because there was not a lot of reports coming at the beginning of practice when the steelers took the field at approximately one thirty this afternoon and that was because art rooney the second was speaking to a group of the media at that time so therefore a lot of the reporters who would generally be telling us. Who's practicing who's not draft things of that nature. It took a while until that information started to come out because these reporters were still in in an interview with team. President art rooney. The second mike. Thomas had done his interview already. He did his typical tomlin tuesday at noon. A regular sit down press conference. That was really nice to see in here. And we have information on that at not only at behind the soccer curtain dot com but also the the post what i'd say the press conference wrap up or or however you wanna say i can't remember how it's phrased that jeff did earlier on our podcast platform. Hopefully you've already checked that out. But as they got doing with practice today it was. It was very interesting to see who wasn't wasn't practicing i. The steelers added a player to their roster. Just before practice it was announced. And that was running back. Tony brooks james if that means sounds familiar. It's because he spent time with the steelers in two thousand nineteen he appeared in three games had a handful of carries. I think it was seven carries for eight yards. Something like that. If i recall from reading that article earlier today he also ran ran back. Two kickoffs He was just three games with the steelers and then he was off again but he he was released last week by the atlanta falcons. So they brought him in and part of the reason that he was brought in might have been because for the second straight day. No benny snell. Not even that he was out there getting work in. But just wasn't you know fully dressed. He was not seen on the field for the last two days. Additionally neither was anthony mcfarland junior who apparently came up a little bit limp at the end of practice on monday so it makes sense that they might have brought in another running back. And then we're going to hear a little bit more about the running back situation as we progress through this other players that were not dressing once again. T. j. watt was doing his normal whatever. He's been doing where he's been working outta practicing at practice. But not actually practicing. With the team eric hebron once again missed practice. Zach gentry and ray ray mc lap. Sorry ray ray mcleod were also not practicing but on the on the good news zack. Banner was in pads again today and he did start off and the seven shots according to rafit a powder of the of the pittsburgh post gazette who said zach banners lining up at right tackle for seven shots. Dan more still at left tackle to that. Was the report coming out It's kind of funny because one tweet. I came across today. That that i actually got a kick out of was mark. Kabali says. let me describe a training camp practice for you. Drill drill drill stretch drill drill drill seven shots drills football plays drill drill drill that was remarkably of the atlantic. I got a kick out of that because it sounds like. That's really how things are going. The very first play of seven shots. That is as jeff said. Many times with offense gets seven. Tries from the two yard line. Defense is lineup to stop them. It's basically a two point conversion and it's who can win the most on the very first one unfortunately ben rothlisberger through an interception. Who did he throw to none other than outside linebacker. Alex highsmith okay. Then this starting offense bounces back with two touchdowns from ben rothlisberger after that wanted chianti johnson and wanna pat fair youth k There was conflicting reports on whether or not mason rudolph unit was one for two are over to some said. It was one for two sums. It was over two. And that's gonna make a big difference on who won seven shots the offense the defense but just had some conflicting reports there. but were they. What were the word. Conflicting reports was dwayne haskins. Had the last two shots and they went one for two with the final play being an interception by undrafted free agent market gilbert to finish up seven shots so according to most that was that the defense when the seven shots Still didn't get exact clarity on on the rudolf situations Bryan back. Go another one from the pittsburgh post gazette. He he said on twitter chase clayton. We'll just loves owning guys in one on one drills the other day he pancake justin lane at a blocking period. Now he just put traynor norwood on the ground with a stiff arm..
"kabali" Discussed on Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast
"Welcome to episode thirty two on today's episode. We are in uganda. And we're going from kabali forced to fort portal and then to a key national park which is one of the most ancient forest in all of africa as well as lake boney which we go to visit an ex leper colony. And then we're going to cassisi which is At the foothills of the ruins or a mountain so it's at a packed episode and we'll be covering but four hundred fifty miles taking up to fifteen thousand six hundred and twenty miles on my three thousand mile road trip so over half way in mileage. Okay so to pick up where we left off which was on day two hundred and seven so unless absolutely care about kabali forest so we leave their after are being attacked by a colony of fire ants. Very painful were also added to our bites collection which was quite extensive after the fleas from addresses house in setting islands so we managed to hitch a free ride to for portal. So it's only about an hour or so from come on and we is my friend claire. An i am not clear i ruby. And we've been travelling together. All through uganda and a bit of kenya so probably been together five or six weeks now. So what's we got back into for porno. We managed to find a pickup truck. That was going to send a leaky national park. Which was handy. I stayed with the truck and claire went to get some food supplies because we knew that there was really a campsite. We're going to. There is nothing there really So just sit in this beautiful forest very very green as usual. They loaded that pickup truck to the max probably thirty people on their hin even more annoying the monory my hat. I stork lake for the whole three hour. Drive or very bumpy roads. In between two guys who were just like slime balls making the moves on me and trying to grope me in It was basically three hours of pure health. Like said very bumpy. rides tune. Although let me tell you they did get a few elbows in the guts from me. So yeah gotta do what you gotta do. And this whole drive you're driving through the leaky plateau. Which is it's so beautiful. It's crazy you can't. In general. it was absolutely beautiful country so we finally pull up to this. Campground kept me out of here. Like i said there really wasn't anything there except for small clearing on the side of a hill flatland although there was a like a roof shelter so no walls but just a brief and that's where the campfire was like but there was for english people there which was great and they happen to be. Vso workers in kenya..
"kabali" Discussed on Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast
"So i mean how she made all this food in this little odd. I do not know so and it was our last night as well. How the so. We spent four days there which we're worried that been too long just because the ferry schedules at the time but cleared. I became masters at killing time. Assigns the dirt and the fleas and stuff like that and the dogs and it was still really really great like said mrs cooking made up for all and the view from the and it said the island is really nice locals were super friendly and so is really your time basically and we also realized we only had two weeks left on our ugandan visas so we had a kind of get a move on and that day was actually my five month anniversary of being in africa so that was kinda cool the next day so day two hundred two after yet another crappy night of not being asleep because what he flees i was just like i can't remember lost a good night's sleep basically i think it was we back like sarossy so couple of weeks probably campaign somebody a couple of weeks since i had a good sleep which is also worried because with my blood illness. I don't get sleep back. Kicks in big time too so wasn't feeling one hundred percent. That's sure neither was claire but anyways running okay let's just almonds upper and dry and luckily managed to do all of my laundry like my whole pack. I wash i think that was the first time i had all cleaned clothes since i left candidate two hundred days ago so that was nice and like said repaired everything so it was. It was a little little four days or so gave agnes big hug. She gave some of these cookies to go. Because we're too early for breakfast when we laughed and i think we had to get the ferry about seven. Thirty eight o'clock took us about six and a half hours to get to port bell back to the mainland. Uganda to hear about what happens next. Because next week's episode we're going to the kabali forest to see if we can find some chimpanzees in the wild and also they had lots of other monkeys so make sure you subscribe and tune next thursday's episode of course before we go and now it's time for tam's talk tenths tip number one for the sesay. Islands like said are made up of a eighty four islandes. Mugabe island is the largest forty kilometers. So that's the other woman too. I remember no banks or atm's on any of the eyelids. even now. nowadays there are dare daily ferries for south of anti entebbe on the mainland. So this knock you all go dock and they leave eight. Am daily to begala and it takes about three and a half hours and has about three dollars now first class which is only four dollars. They didn't have that day. And then kata. It's there's four daily eight eleven thirty four pm and then once you're on the islands you can travel between the is like through like local water..
"kabali" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Florida state guard Devin Vassell projected as a potential first round pick has declared his eligibility for the NBA draft university of Minnesota sophomore Daniel turu plans to enter the NBA draft as well hi turning our attention to football and lots of it we'll start with the New York Post reporting that Peyton manning has turned down ESPN's Monday Night Football meanwhile Kabali center Travis Frederick has announced his retirement from football the five time pro bowler turned just twenty nine last week so a big hole there on the cowboys offense of line free agent cornerback Jimmy Smith is signing back with the ravens on a one year deal it's worth up to six million quarterback Dietrich Nichols the interception leader from the XFL has signed with the saints the quarterback from the XFL PJ Walker has signed with the Panthers speaking of the Panthers they made a trade with Washington Washington acquired Kyle Allen exchange for a fifth round pick patriots have released even Gostkowski that ends the kickers tenure with the team after fourteen seasons the same to sign defensive end Noah Spence the raiders game Marcus Mariota a two year seventeen point six million dollar deal it includes seven and a half million in the first year as a fully guaranteed base salary giants have signed free agent running back Dion Lewis Nelson and lower to the raiders jets reciting Jordan Jenkins I'm Jay Berman.
"kabali" Discussed on Q95
"Mean it's one thing to drop in days for three min read thank you bye god American hearing her campaigning for them even off the flowers around her face banning I understand one page letter went out I agree or use the lab with the support of John Lennon that's a problem today people we got nation email more you know when I was growing up as you went mad in your test games you'd pass out around your heavy straight I am yeah the same apartment one two not a resale value on the banana seedlings three point don't tell nobody Lillian round about a year but you know when I was a kid it will your buddies lately since we last late trying to had it back up you know signaled headed toward the woods but Hey Lonnie Y. you also write Kabali you'll restaurants Inc to Pilar pilgrim yes welcome back library looking of Fred Sanford's tells found out you pay yourself you'd return you might as well tell your parents to move to different county Arizona eight believe me just ask Jake Wilson from hospitals okay I just got back from his second win last weekend people were still counting Brownlee you really need to be president signs like calling brownie at any point they would have gone with a vanilla cake not swirling to recess still haunts him but the fact remains for many status our speakers around ninety nine percent of the time sure it's just that one percent low there make you wish you had more you know what after Labor Day is that one percent real your pants and your kid's graduation party ten one percent rate any good man or woman it should point I won't even sneeze on credit can't because I don't want a chance okay see if you got the flu or head for the mountains a member one time out secret Donald written at the back time isn't happy but had monkeys parts it's not a fight with the bat but my mom Phyllis he thought it was running bathwater put your account on commercial terms thank you very much it was always wonder I thank very helpful record but had a seat no okay the topic now we are going to return to the news desk after I explained that hitting the.
"kabali" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Gary Kabali with us here on sports by line alluded to it before the break, but he co produced a documentary film on professional football. And I don't know whether you can still find it today. Disposable heroes that was honored by several film societies. Is it still around someplace Gary, you can find it? Yeah. You can Google it disposable heroes documentary. And a couple of places that are selling it. And there's a couple of links we can go and just watching online and what was the thought process behind doing that? Well, I wanna credit Bob more the great Stanford tight end who later played many years in the NFL for the raiders, he was actually the first player drafted the expansion draft by the Bay Buccaneers. But when I go back a long way, and he was going to law school, Stanford and got his degree. And then he he went to work for the NFL players association and he kept seeing these players in the trouble. They were having just into life after football. He saw some of them, you know, their marriage is go down the tubes. Others couldn't walk. This were so despondent that they committed suicide. And so we got the other one eighty care. I think there's a heck of a movie here documentary, and I won't bore you with how long it took us to get the thing funded and, and produce it probably took about five years, but we struggled, but we finally got it done. Bob did most of the heavy lifting. But you look at that film today and it and it goes in all of the things I just mentioned. But there is very little mention of concussions in very little mention that it was all about missing the camaraderie, and it was about never having that rush in that thrill playing in this being the locker room with all those guys and we talked about injuries, but it was mostly knees shoulders, and things like that. I think one player Jim Otto in, in the movie mentioned he'd had about fifteen concussions, but that was the only time concussions were mentioned. Another guy that was featured movie. Interesting enough was J Simpson. So he looked back on that now. And I think we, we had we had the germs of something that became much deeper more serious, one of the things I remember. About the documentary is the I guess he was in his room. It was kind of a darkened room on talking about Jim on the hall of Famer. And he talked about how long it took him to get out of bed, and he then listed all the different surgeries and the problems and injuries that he had, it was so powerful think the two most powerful for me in the movie were that were were the scene with, with auto, not only about the dark room watching him put his pants on it took him five minutes to get dressed go to his pants on in yet. He's one of lucky ones he still really, really sharp. He's got successful business at a great frame of mind. But he's got used physical problems result. It was planning Roger Stillwell. We talked about Stanford lot today, but it Roger was all American with Chicago with Stanford was the early first-round pick of the Chicago Bears had a great first couple of seasons. And then he had a horrible knee injury. I mean one of the worst knee injuries you've ever seen and never played again in he their seat. In the movie when he's crying. He's talking about how he misses football. He's tried to adapt. And it was it was really powerful here. Maybe you can help me here because I've asked this question before athletes that is the fact that in talking to athletes over my career. I have never had one. Tell me that no matter how they feel today. It wasn't worth it. And I'm just wondering what was the mindset that allow these guys to go out and do that knowing what could happen, especially today, when there's more information out there, but even back when you did this film about those athletes. One wasn't that allow them to do this to themselves with? That's a great question and a great point in your right? I've had the same conversation with dozens of the hundreds of athletes, guys, you can hardly walk in in. Would you do it again? Absolutely. Absolutely..
"kabali" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Casino. A city council committee is set to green light, one of two proposals that will change the face of fiesta island. One plan adds a few trails and keeps the popular San Diego hang out, as it is. But the other plan would put a road through the area used as a dog park and add a campground, hiking trails, and a boat launch all cutting into space used by dog owners news aids Kelly Hessel has more play would make it smaller by a couple of miles to make room for a new road and dedicated launching area for non motorized votes organizations like team survivor, a nonprofit pedal group said the boat launch is necessary. It needs to be in that area because the water it's a five mile per hour water speed, and it would be the best location. Nobody in the paddling committee wants to not have a dog park, we want that, but we need to share the resources together. The committee takes up the issue this afternoon. A man accused of allegedly raping. Torturing a woman in Rancho pin -squitoes is due in court today. Thirty two year old Siad Kabuli is scheduled to appear for his arraignment, investigators say, Kabali kidnapped victim before sexually assaulting her county jail record show. He's booked on suspicion of twenty felonies including forcible, rape false, imprisonment and torture. He's being held on five point four million dollars bail. With one million new cases of congestive heart failure diagnosed each year, a revolutionary product could make it easier for hospitals to monitor patients with the condition in the comfort of their own homes. CBS news piper has the story. It's a groundbreaking toilet seat. They can also monitor the cardiac Tiffany of the person who's sitting there and predict congestive heart failure engineers at the Rochester institute of technology say, the seat reads, heart health to see a person's electrical activity, their heart rate, and the volume of blood flowing through their heart. It takes a minute at a half of skin contact for the seat to get an accurate. Eating and then alert your doctor the seat his awaiting, FDA approval and could be on the market by twenty twenty two Matt piper CBS,.
"kabali" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"In Manhattan and turn it into America's largest, migrant camp complete with tents and make these scumbag liberals that live all on long central park east and west have a view of that camp. Let them live and let them enjoy it. And I want you also Mr President, to do the exact same thing, at the Washington Monument on the mall in DC, just turn it into a camp put in a half a million tents, and just to just house people right there, it's summer, it's not hot. It's not cold. It's nice they're going to get the fireworks show and people can come and Chit and can can come and kick it really you, you need to make sure the New York City and Washington DC, and Boston, feel the full frontal assault of what? It is that's going on here. I don't think it's fair that you're just gonna put them in Tennessee and Arkansas places like that these people deserve to be in New York City and they deserve to be in Washington DC. You know, some of the more civilized states. I mean, God, you can't put these poor people in Arkansas. My God, it's gonna be miserable for them. Brentwood, herbal show him seven sixty talk and breaking news. That's got Hedlund. The trial of two deputies charged with assault on vista man and his father began today in a vista courtroom father and son were arrested last may after deputies were called out to a domestic violence. Call deputy nNcholas Morgan and deputy, Joshua Nayan are accused of roughing up Gerardo Martinez junior and senior, there's been an arrest in the bizarre incident involving a naked woman running down a ranch opinion, -squitoes street earlier this week, claiming she had been kidnapped and held against her will San Diego. Police say thirty two year old saieed Kabali has been charged with rape false, imprisonment, and torture. The city of del mar today declared a locally -mergency in an effort to get the repairs on a bluff collapsed done and paid for before the fair opens last month. Claps is closed.
"kabali" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts
"In two thousand fifteen after winning the women's World Cup. I'm very lucky that I got to end my career exactly when I wanted to got to choose when I finished, and I think that's a rare thing in the professional game. Jackie little is still selling cabinets. She started her own remodeling business and married that these United player now. Her ex husband. Looking back. She hates that her soccer career ended so abruptly. She wishes she could have made that choice herself instead of having it made for her. I would have played for as long as possible. And it's funny because my ex husband is gonna know maybe I think why would you retire play until they like don't let you back on the team. Right. I mean, what are you going to do afterwards? Get a desk job. I told him until obviously we got divorced was like play until they like don't pick up your contract play until like they literally have to peel you off the field play until you can't go anymore. Okay. Thanks for listening. Now before we get to the credits. A quick heads up. If you happen to be listening to this before Thursday may sixteenth be sure to tune into ESPN two for a special broadcast from ESPN w it's called the ninety nine reunited, if features a lot of the same people you just heard from but lots more on nine hundred ninety nine and the legacy of that World Cup team. So check it out. It's Thursday may sixteenth seven PM eastern on ESPN two an shout out to Laura per cell and ESPN team who worked with us on putting this all together. Thanks for listening to thirty for thirty podcasts. My name is Jody advocate. ESPN film, senior producer Aaron Liden. And I are series editors the story was reported and produced by Andrew homes and Meredith hot or not it was edited by Andrea obese Scott with archival research by Linden Meese mixing and sound design for this episode by Meredith hot our very own Andrew MAMBO was project manager and helped edit they Sepah sewed, and I'll point out this story took place years ago, but the fight and the tensions between the women's national team and US soccer do continue. You may be seeing some of this going on right now in the news with clashes over equal pay. There's some possible lawsuits it's very much involving story. So as such later this summer during the World Cup. We're going to be posting a bonus episode. I'll talk with angel Helms and Meredith about the World Cup play some audio that didn't make it into the episode. We'll talk about the latest in US soccer. So keep your eye out for that. And if you have any questions in the meantime for us them, send us an Email thirty for thirty podcasts at ESPN dot com. The thirty for thirty podcast team. Also, includes producers meet Kabali Ryan and tell and Keith Romer additional archive research by VIN de Anton Sam dad was the production. Assistant on backpass we had additional production support from Rachel Bain, Bradley Campbell, amber Espinosa, Emily Forman rich Halton Kelly. Jones Barrick rate and special thanks to audio recording in Salt Lake City. Natalie Mead provided fact checking for ESPN films are executive producers are Connor show, rob king and Libby Geist. Our development team is at a new house engine. Anthony, the thirty for thirty team. Also includes Deirdre Fenton, Jennifer, THORP cath, Saint he'd weezer Janice Maria Delgado, Tom Picard, Paul Williams eve wolf and Alex Bowen, the peon audio team includes trod Keller, Tom Ricks, Meghan, judge peachy and see Ryan, Glenn or Devon McGowan and Elizabeth Fierman especial. Thanks to Lee Burke, Emily Birt's, Dan courts. Joe Cummings Anson Dorrance Lauren. Greg John Lingle and Casey CJ. Our theme music was composed by Rishikesh here way. Be sure to subscribe to thirty for thirty podcasts in the ESPN app. Apple podcasts Spotify or wherever you listen. If you haven't gone back and listen to our first four seasons. Go ahead and do that before season five arrives in you phone later this summer soon with more thirty thirty.
"kabali" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Number of IRA employees assisted to the translator department served as Twitter specialists redacted, it's the Muller report. This is the Tom Hartman program, readings by friends patriots of democracy, truth injustice, believers in peace, freedom, and the American way, I'm here with you. The judiciary committee right now is discussing this whole, you know, the Trump administration claiming executive privilege, but I think the biggest story of the day is this the piece that KC Michael publish over at think progress the and and the New York Times Trump, the Trump organization problem with possible money laundering. I mean, if we look at in the Republic of Congo. The ruling Sisu so negoti family heavily invested in the Trump International tower, New York and hotel the daughter of the longtime ruler of the Congo moved millions through an American law, firm laundering, money Haiti. This was Trump's first money laundering deal was nineteen eighty. Three with John Claude Baby Doc Duvalier he stole one point six million dollars from Haiti and put it into a property in Trump Tower, New York Azerbaijan, the former transportation ministers Ziya Mamedov put money into the Trump International hotel and tower in boku Azerbaijan, money laundering causes stunned. Former Kazahstan official, and and Tim or Kabali of money laundry. Businesses signed on to help finance Trump Tower, but to me planned on Clave along Georgia's Black Sea coastline, former Soviet Union Kazahstan investing in the Trump ties. So in New York, the Philippines, the guy who's the special you on vaudeville for US trade hiding his money in the US through Trump properties, Indonesia, Harry tunnel, the vice presidential candidate same deal over and over and over again, we were seeing the Donald Trump, according to the New York Times is just plain on Flatow broke. I mean, he lost over a billion dollars in. Nineteen eighty five money. I mean, this is this is almost two billion dollars in today's money.
"kabali" Discussed on KTRH
"Coast back with mature what's author of the secret history of America. Mitch you just came back from Egypt. What was going on there? Yes, sir. It was a lifelong dream for me one. Visit the pyramids and the monuments of Egypt, and I went there to shoot a documentary on an occult book called the Kabali on which was written in nineteen o eight and the Cabalion is really a compendium of philosophical ideas, like a logical ideas from ancient Egypt, and I think it's a really legitimate book. I think it's a book that really does serve as a retention of ancient Egyptian ideas, and I traveled with a director in a film crew to Egypt. And we went all over went to Luxor went to that. We went to Memphis, and we tried to sort of track down the sources of this book, and it was just an absolutely extrordinary experience. And we're shooting a movie called the cabal which will be coming here. Here. We had a past guest who has longer and with us guide. Glenn kimball. Talked about hieroglyphs being found in the west. Yeah. Here in this country. What's going on with them? Absolutely fascinating. One of manly p hall theses was that ancient Egyptian people. Ancient Persian people even ancient Chinese had found their way to the country that we call America in antiquated. And he believed that secret societies from all nations harbored, this ideal this plan that there would be a nation based on the protection of liberty in the individual search, and the idea was that it would be on this continent and Manley felt that ancient peoples were visiting this nation or what became this nation's centuries before. Columbus was interesting take. So let's assume they did get here. What kind of influence might they have given us. Well, it's absolutely fascinating. You know, there are historians including Manley who feel that. They left an influence on the native American tribes. This was something that just Smith the Mormon prophet believed himself, and it was actually a book published a scholarly book in the early twentieth century about free masonic symbols and influences among the native Americans. And this is something that Manley hall wrote about in the we covered in the secret history of America, some of the Indian tribes, including the Onondaga nation in upstate New York. Had constitutions were documents treaties that echoed things that you'll find in our own declaration constitution and Benjamin Franklin made noted vis himself and Manley. A few other historians believed that some of the native American tribes did have contact with groups of explorers from ancient nations, and Franklin looked to actually the Onondaga nation and other tribes and their documents and treaties as a guide framework. To aspects of our own declaration constitution, one of your earlier books. Occult America kind of hits on some of the stuff too, doesn't it? Oh, it does. You know, one of the things that I write about repeatedly throughout America is that this nation even a hundred hundred and fifty years prior to the framing of the constitution was widely known in Europe and other parts of the world as a safe harbor for religious radicals for religious heretics. And there were groups coming to America throughout the sixteen hundreds and into the early seventeen hundreds. You still there? Mitch. Mitchell you there. Oh, he is disappeared on us. That's so we can get him back one and try to get rolling here with us Mitch Horowitz, our special guest, and he he's in New York. He's at a hotel, and he is just taken off. So maybe the hotel had a little issue anyways. We're talking with him about his new book called the secret history of America. And it's done by a fellow by the name of a manly p hall was the person that he really geared in on. When you when you think of Manley hall, you'd think of somebody who was around during the, you know, sixteen seventeen hundreds he was born in nineteen o one. And you've has to weigh in Los Angeles in nineteen ninety he was Canadian born author lecturer, and he was big time into the occult is best known feature for this was nineteen twenty eight were called the secret teachings of all ages and over his seventy year career. He gave thousands of lectures, including to it. Carnegie hall. He published more than a hundred and fifty volumes and in nineteen thirty four. He founded the philosophical research society in LA, which was just the truly fantastic and mitch's back with us met. Sean. Let me you're back with us. Sorry about that. Well, let's have you back now. Manley hall, also came up with the philosophical research society. Tell me about that. Beautiful campus that still stands that you founded in Los Angeles and the Griffith park neighborhood in nineteen thirty four it's a magical place, George modeled it after the age of mystery school of Pythagoras, and it's a beautiful chips in Mayan art deco campus. And it's where I'm going to be speaking Friday and Saturday and Manley raise money from private individuals. And he felt this was a place where the spiritual search be pursued in a completely on encumbered fashion. Got one of the players Colt libraries in the world. And manly maintained a fault there where he kept out chemical manuscripts and other ancient manuscripts. And he had a private office there, and I'm gonna be doing tower readings for some people in his private office on Saturday. That'll be cool. It's gonna be unbelievable. We're having a small private session. But maybe still tickets Bill before it. We're all these speaking on the history of tarot and performing Tele readings for people in. Manley hall's own private office where he met with Ronald Reagan. It's just an incredible scenes. Do you know Dr art Rosen garden who is a terrible reader himself. I do. He's a good guy. And he we have a special luncheon for him month or so ago in Los Angeles, and he gave readings everybody was at the launch in. What is it about tarot cards that people are fascinated with Mitch? Amazing. I've been reading courts for several years now and stepped up my practice, and I find that they really do have a quality of peering into people's in our lives and seeing possibilities for the future in a way that can be very vivid. You know, young called young the great psychologist his students theorize that if you could use something like tarot or the Jing or another pick romatically form of trying to divine the future in a certain way, you almost taking a photograph. Photograph of what was happening in that present moment past present and future. And it's this you could glean possibilities that were head. And I think that was valid thesis. And that's certainly informed my own work and reading tarot Manley hall wrote a whole book on. Zero venerated the the art could you say that America was built on the occult. I think that's a bold statement. But it's also a defensible statement in many ways America was built on the Colt. If one understands what the coke really meant to classical scholars which was nothing sinister nothing evil, but a search for some hidden dimension of life, and this idea that there's an unseen dimension whose effects can be felt on us and through us, and it's not the property of anyone doctrine or religion or faith. It's the property of all of us. You know, the founders the most idealistic among them Thomas Paine Thomas, Jefferson, Franklin Washington, they believe deeply in this idea that nobody owned the search for meaning nobody owned it. And to the extent that Franklin Washington and others were involved in freemasonry that was a real serious lifelong commitment for them. And in that regard. I think it is fair to say that America was founded on the cold. Would you say witchcraft is part of the occult? I would. Which craft because I think it's gotten a terrible weapon store. Cleveland? Most of the people who are into wickel witchcraft today in our country or wonderful, beautiful ethical people. And they're pursuing a nature based religion that he has before Christianity that was suppressed and they're trying to revive its ideals, and I think some of the most ethical wonderful people have met are involved with which would you have defended the witches in Salem. Interesting case a lot of people ask me, hey, you know, you talk about America being a safe place for religious radicals. What about Salem? And the fascinating thing about Salem is that it didn't continue. There was a witch craze in Europe that went on for centuries. And it's tragic as Salem was the events of Salem, did not repeat across the arc of our history. It was mobbed violence. It was terrible. A lot of innocent people were persecuted and killed. But the remarkable thing about Salom is that it was I selected own like Europe where there were witch burnings going on literally for centuries that wasn't the case in America. Would you have been able to represent them? I wish I could yours. I wish I could those days -chusetts, and you know, I almost breakdown with sorrow, you know, in Salem, Massachusetts, recognizing that innocent men and women were killed in the dozens in the sixteen ninety s at that time, and my wish would have been to represent the my wish would have been to say that the dawning Republic that we're in here is a Republic that doesn't place barriers on the spiritual. Search this is something to be afraid of it something to encourage. Well, you know, which craft was, you know, so prevalent in that era in religions were so strong. You can only imagine what was going on in those days. Yeah. The truth is some of those beloved groups in American religious history have been accused of witchcraft the shakers, for example, who founded beautiful villages all throughout America, actually fled Manchester England, where their founder mother, Ann Lee was being accused of witchcraft and mother and always had a wonderful response to that. She would say only witchcraft is send and mother Ann was absolute dedicated to spiritual search that included belief in reincarnation and seances spiritualism and she brought her followers to America in seventeen seventy five and she founded a community upstate New York in seventeen seventy six, but she's very today, and she's revered as one of the great independent religious leaders in America. But the at the flea the old world precisely because he was being accused of witchcraft Mitch how does mind power positive thinking fit into all of this. I it's really the the modern fruit of everything that we've been talking. About, you know, the idea of positive thinking, the idea that your thoughts are causative the idea that what we think about actually manifest, you know, world and concrete events and experiences. That's really the American creed. People from all over our nation from different walks of life, different belief systems share in that's Lhasa share in that outlook. And I think that was a fundamental part of what the founders were driving at grew out of the work of wealth. Waldo Emmerson in New England in the mid nineteenth century. It was a belief that the individual is able to reach some sort of higher force or higher principle of life on his or her own entirely independently. And that there's a very very thin tissue of separation between spiritual experience and mental experience. But we are creators in our own rights says that created in his image. And if we take that seriously, it stands to reason that we are creators and. Our minds are the medium through which we create was early America more metaphysical than it is today. Interesting question, you know, today with all the hostility on the internet. It's sometimes difficult for people to talk about their beliefs. And yet early America was marked by the impact of people who were very open and very free in describing their beliefs. You know, talking about freemasonry, but there were other American figures who were unim- barris about their metaphysical police ABRAHAM LINCOLN, for example, did hold seances in the White House, and he permitted reporters to be present. At some of these things he wasn't embarrassed. By it..
"kabali" Discussed on ESPN FC
"John's but the challenges before if I checked him in the being there before when they were hammering Bosch Alona through in the second leg. I know our have a think underestimated ho good the rest of the PS. Sheesh quotas. You know, when you think of PS g you a we go, well, it's day bound and bopping Vanni. Yeah. And you kind of disregard which is the wrong thing to do. And we short your name the capable of totally outplayed Mancha she and needed. So regardless regardless whether name Kabali plays this this teams that team to be record. That's the scary part. We can say regardless of whether it come on your name playbook. What about if both your name are on the field? And does that mean that this team can be better than what we saw today in the second half in a second half that ended up with five minutes of all lane. And all traffic. This is what was happening. This is how dominant they were. So if they can be better than this. Then of course, there are major player and discount petition to your point is wide open. And so therefore if they get on the run here, and you have in bopping you have come on possibly maybe at the end of the competition. Neymar and then you have a healthy body and Martinez will again. I'll go back to him. He was excellent today. He's reprise me. He goes. I thought this is a match of that poke where would be able to dominate on able to do. So there was a lot of things today about g that we're standing, but overall it's just I thought he was a mature performance. And at times that hasn't been the case with them in this competition, but today professional mature to nothing you guys at turn off the lights warm up the bus. Let's go home final word on your what you saw traffic tonight. Well, I thought was so United for what they are saying well on the social, but I think he's using maybe thirty in the full team plays its roasts. I think he's identified the place. It can't do for thirty four places in office this level PS. Gee, I think retain the king probably go at the semifinals. I don't think they're going to win it. I think I think defensive that we found out at the end, but others thing that don't allow that. If you're saying you've got a chance, and they they steps up tonight because in the past I've seen pierced you go away from home in the Trump is league. And I kinda shrink against the big historic clubs around Madrid's, the Basel owners, even liber- Pulitzer. They stay in the group says this year tonight they've shown they can go to a historic club and win. And I think that they will offer the confidence vote getting as away. Thank you very much..
"kabali" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It. Here's a rewind of the Mark Simone show already in progress. Law enforcement guys off the record former intelligence guys, you know, guys that can dig really deep into some everybody's Email. Everybody's cell phone. So they're checking herself everybody got into her cellphone phone checking the National Enquirer works. They're trying to get to the bottom of this. He believes it might have been politically motivated that maybe some right wing people. Maybe even the president in revenge for the Washington Post. Maybe they've done this. Tim sounds crazy to me. There are other ways they could go after Basil's. This would not be it. So a lot of money will be spent a couple of million will be spent on this investigation. All because she's a hell of an actress, and is crying and convinced him. It wasn't me. Somebody got into my phone. We'll see what happens. Let's go to John in Brooklyn. Hey, john. You all all the Justice department. Just a comment that you made the Justice department is. From the Thursday. That'd be awful. In. One of his name session. Way. Call me. By the president. On home. Say. Once a witch admits and calling up. This investigation. I wanted stuff. And you all the terrific explaining how. Independent agent. You know, that's a good point people. Make these crazy claims. The Justice department is supposed to be totally independent. No, it's not it's a cabinet department. The attorney general's a cabinet member president is in charge of the Justice department. The president is the Justice department, the president has total control of the State Department Labor Department. The Justice department has total control there's at famous example of Nixon was at a time. They were trying to help the business climate, and they they were going after I t and t I don't have it lost it. I'll try to find it against the great clip of Nixon calling the acting attorney general dumb shut that investigation down. Now ordering shut it down. But they could do that at any time with any of this. This Ray the new FBI director looks like a disaster you had under Komi some really dirty cops in there. Just most of the FBI great hard-working heroic men and women, but Komi surround. Himself with some really sleazy bad cops. You know, you had struck page McCabe. I mean, these are all people have been caught line fired in disgrace. Komo's little Kabali at around. And a Ray, obviously, not as bad as these guys. But he doesn't look great. As mentioned before the Senate Judiciary committee is now going to investigate the FBI for that. Roger stone raid that was a ridiculous over the top theatrical stupid this Normandy, invasion on the lawn of of Roger stone's, just a waste of taxpayer money. Let's go to Don in Huntington station. Hey, don. Mark. How are you? Good. Just a just a statement with with with the Intel agencies blasting Trump, the Intel wasn't it wasn't it Robert Muller that gave the Intel to President Bush that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. And. No, no. You wouldn't you a little leery about trusting your Intel? No is it mentioned before this is perfectly normal every president questions intelligence as is all the time. They don't always do it publicly. But there have been many presidents from Obama to Bush to whoever when they come in with the briefing, and they give them the stuff. He goes, you're wrong. This is wrong. Go do it again. That happens a lot. It's not unusual. Not a new in fact into former CIA guys will tell you president said, you don't know what you're talking about. You're wrong. Go redo this comeback with another briefing, the perfectly normal happens. All the time. Let's go to Mary. Also in Huntington. Hey, Mary interested in the interview that you had with the economist. Sorry, I don't remember his neighbor. Thank you when he was talking about manufacturing jobs that need to be filled in Ohio. I'm just wondering why the wonderful governor who seems to care for people so much. Why doesn't he help the manufacturing companies trained some of the people? On welfare. So that they can get off the dole and begin to earn some money if they're on. Well, he can't shared brownies democrat. He's busy raising money. He's going to run for president. He's going to run for vice president, he's fundraising. They don't have time for actual work or anything. It's like, our mayor our governor the busy campaigning. They're going to run for this that they're meeting with donors. They're traveling around making speeches at the time to sit.
"kabali" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Now, I have not checked these sources or looked at how these studies worked, but I can tell you anecdotal evidence from my own life, which I've noticed which is if I'm meditating it things do get way better. And I think maybe the way to look at that is instead of going into why that could be happening though. I love the quantum entanglement stuff. And I was just reading. A tweet by Mitch Horowitz and other former guests on the podcast. He said that Sherman Helmsley from what's that show moot? Moving on up. What's it called? It's called the jeffersons. And I loved it. When I was a kid, but I had no idea that Sherman Helmsley was a disciplined follower of an ancient hermetic tradition that might have existed prior to the building of the pyramids. And it's all wrapped up in this book called the Kabali in Bali. I heard about it. But I never spent any time with it. What a cool book, it has a lot of great ideas in it a lot of very simple concepts that can become very complex, but one of them. I love is that opposites are actually the same thing different degrees, which crazy when you consider that. Meaning that if you have some kind of an aspect of yourself that you're not happy with. You could actually. Sort of connect or you already are connected with that things opposite. Because it's basically the same thing if you're experiencing some kind of I don't I know don't know. confusion, for example, that confusion is actually the experience of dawning realization because if you did have dawning realization, you would know you're confused. And similarly this like happens in the natural world, for example, heat and cold, they they're the same thing. It's just a continuum, you know, that we're all on and so within these ideas are all these potential things Petit potentialities, which is that you could theoretically like jump so to speak jump opposites. You know, I don't know if you saw banner snatch the black mirror the weird black mirror. Choose your own adventure thing on Netflix, pretty cool. But there is like the kind of like, I I don't know how many versions of the story there. But I think there's this concept you could like jump through mirrors into alternate dimensions. And when you're looking in a mirror, you're essentially seeing the opposite of you. I mean, it's you, but it's you and reverse left is right right is left. This is like the sounds crazy. But it's like this is the when you're watching a weatherman or woman you're seeing someone who's like really good at go like doing everything in the opposite. Because the weather map that they're seeing on a green screen, and they're having to look at another thing. Anyway, I saw somebody do it at the CNN building in Atlanta. And then when I realized what they were doing. It was crazy find to do that. I would simultaneously shit my pants piss myself, probably some kind of seizure and collapse, regardless. There was this idea and Bander snatch the could jump from one. Into a mirror into. Another dimension. Which is where you be living completely different life and sort of travel through the black mirror cynical depressing and annoying yet. Awesome multi-diverse. So similarly, this concept of opposites being the same thing on different levels has within a weird potential for kind of like. Form of mutation kind of cognitive exploration of things that you thought you were disconnected from. But that you are completely connected to and that wonderful text..
"kabali" Discussed on KGO 810
"Stub the-they're back inside hostile and bears are going to have the ball. They trail air zone in nineteen seventeen. Seven fifty nine to go in the first half, bears moving left, right Paris. Austin walking it up for Cal. Now. Go over to suing Justice gonna drive and then kick over to McNeil in the left corner, your backup top Paris. Working between his legs Coleman guarding him. Tears trying to shake free. Back to suing on the left side. Justice gonna drive kickout Harris driving in goes back to suing right baseline. Justice elevates shot is short rebound by Lee. Gets to Coleman. Dove and bringing it up. Left wing Smith three short Austin gets rebound. And I some teammates slows down between the circles. Justice thought about driving pulled it back out now to McNeil crossover kickback van over baseline shot and just everything Bradley's got the ball and tied up jump ball. And was Davis way to the bears. He's he's normally a really good shooter. He's had some good looks tonight. But he's only one seven tonight after going one four three four nine the other night against there is on a state. So. He's gonna come out Grammy. Come in. Barbershop today. He's looking good. Oh dynamic. Austin slaps ball gets into suing in the left corner. Justice little shake pump fake McNeil catch shoot. People at the top. Fires off back iron Luther. Controls it. Wildcats coming back not Randolph. Left-wing now. Top Coleman backed Randolph blows around Bradley, elevates baseline jumper. No tip was right in the hands of lay. And then it's going to be tied up for jump ball. Mcneil seemed to come out of there with the ball. And instead it's going to be a tie up. A jump ball. Metal. Stay this way for Arizona. Good job. I think in there and get that. With Matt Bradley again rushed out at the offensive player which allowed that guy to get to the baseline and get a good shot. You have to come out under control you wanna fly by guys. Wildcats get it in at the top. Now goes strikes at he'll get it back voiced up to three and hit. Twenty two seventeen. Arizona over Cal six twenty seven to go first half Coleman connects from deep three of eight from downtown. Which is a good percentage. Meanwhile, the bears really struggling shoot the ball. They're they're under thirty three percent. It's still only trail by five. That's the bad news. Good news is Zona hasn't been able to run away suing little shake and then elevates the drills three right? Two point game twenty to twenty. Wildcats going back to work on offense. Jeeter guard van tease, the right at grant spin around looking for up and under left now, and a whistle and a foul and Weiqing can't believe it. Frank Harvey with the call one with Michael read, the two officials might have got him on the hand going up. Watch it for three guys got three guys. Got somebody's gotta get. So he's just picking who. It was right. Yeah. Frank's already had good conversations with Shawn Miller at the other end. The think Shawn Miller and Bobby Hurley state of Arizona has an active sideline in basketball. Whether you're in Tucson or Tempe. No guys are actually pretty good friends is my understanding. The competitors as they are not sure if they Sean Chun's a little older. So he he was at Pitt before Bobby got to Duke for two of the most competitive players, and coaches, we've seen jeeter at the lines. The next door care leads back to four. Gordon back in Bradley. It's going to take a seat. So it's suing Boston, Gordon, and tease which and McNeil on the floor of the bears wearing their yellow uniforms. Blue trim tonight against Arizona, doernen, red and blue. By forty to go first half four point game whistle away from the ball. It's going to go on a cot. That was a little cheaper there. But the bears will take it because that's the seventeen cloud on Arizona's sewing. We'll go to the free throw line with the bears are an uncharacteristic three of eight. Jack can can the bears do something with it? Left. Justice to the line, bounces it hoisted up ban rolls. It down the point number twenty one. And about Shawn Miller Arizona's head coach as the game goes on his targets looser. I mean, he he keeps loosening it about a quarter of an inch every two or three minutes. And then he'll undo the top button. Justice connects onto to make it twenty four twenty two. Chun's already in his tenth year. There is on hard to believe. Successful at Xavier's been there. A number of elite eight Seca goes down underneath jeeter trying to go to work. It's going to do a reverse finish. Can't let jeeter get the ball down there that low. He's just too talented twenty six twenty two. That's where teams have hurt the bears when they play that two three zone. A double o post. With the ball left wing now up top suing gets it back to Paris working toward five minutes to go in the first half. Fouled on grant. He stuck his leg out. Boy, they've called that consistent. You all year. They called a tight. And why kings complaining and I agree with this earlier a three ball hit by Coleman. Right front of us Luther I thought had set an illegal screen he turned on terrace Austin. So I think that's why it's called that one at both ends. Here's auto Kabali fire downing jeeter on the baseline and teaser rich stay within jeeter working going gonna turn spin and get right to the rack and kiss. It off the glass for two with rediscovering reporting wants to go left shoulder forced him into the middle. Twenty eight twenty two four forty to go. Austin? Paris. Dover trouble with his left hand back Dante's rich grant. Whistle that another little one away from the ball? It's going to go on Brandon Randolph the ground. That'll help the bears. See if they can get something done at the free throw line, Gordon. Andre Kelly in for grant santiz. Rich bears bench. Near the bears only field goal in the last ten minutes was at three point about Justice soon. They've struggled from the field. So hopefully, they can hang around which they're doing it. The free. Gordon gets the first. Trying to make it a four point gain. Coby second is good. I stroke. Twenty four sorry, rich. I think he's going to be a guy that over his career is gonna shoot over seventy five percent from the free throw line. He's got a really good stroke. Told with the ball to top goes right side. They'll dump down a cot catch turn in the paint and connects shredding own. Everything that you want, and it's and it's in the paint. That's the scary part. Zone. You'd have a pack with the bears haven't been able to do that thirty twenty four Arizona four or nine to go. First half the field the ball right side, top left Paris. Austin kelly. He goes over to Austin or go now down to suing defender fell down. Sealing dribbles in kicks out. Mcneil deep ball right wing short off the iron. He's oh for the night. And he's a good shooter suing went for another steel didn't quite get it. Coleman dribbles and suing got another hand on that one and tipped it out of bounds. Forty three to go in the first half time out on the floor. Arizona leading Cal by six thirty to twenty four to calbears sports network from learfield. Is all your questions.