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>**What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.** Gaming - overwatch, vrchat, league of legends, any new titles that come out, MMO's like ffxiv >**What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?** 1200$ >**When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.** In the next few days >**What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc\)** I need just about everything, switching from console to PC, would like dual monitors if possible. >**Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?** Milwaukee Wi, so no >**If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.** None >**Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?** I dont think i will need to >**Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)** SSD for better speeds, and preferably some green lights >**Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?** Lighting i would like to be green if applicable >**Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?** Yes >**Extra info or particulars:**
2018.05.06 00:05 drcoolb3ansPulled over for revoked license WI
I had a OWI back in April 2015 in Milwaukee, WI(around the same time of year) First time offense, one off situation. Attended the hearing, judge said I had a 6 month suspension, and $900 fine. Waited the 6 months, paid the fine, then got pulled over by a Milwaukee cop for a parking ticket I had no idea I had. The cop stated my liscence was still suspended because I did not take the Alcohol Abuse Assessment, of which they did NOT inform me at any point in the process, and he let me off with a verbal warning. I had a hard time financially at the time, so I did not get around to the assessment until 2017, took the assessment, and the assessor stated I was not a risk, and did not show any signs of abuse, but I had to take the required responsible alcohol class at the community college. I put off the course because it was another expense, and it was difficult to fit in a full time course to my schedule. Fast forward to April 29, 2018, I was pulled over driving through a suburban county (Port Washington, WI) because a police car was just reading my plates and found out the car was registered to me and I have a suspended liscence. I do not normally drive, however I made the mistake of driving for my girlfriend as she does ALL of the driving usually. I was not driving recklessly, speeding, and I was sober. I was cooperative with the policeman, and he immediately called for backup, had another policewoman, and a county Sheriff's deputy there, and put me in cuffs to take down to jail. I was immediately bailed out by my Girlfriend. The original court date on the citation was for December 25 2018, (along with a June 20 2018 date for a citation for operating w/out insurance). I received a letter in the mail today from the district attorney of Ozaukee County ordering me to a court date of June 11, 2018 at 10:30 am for the Operate Motor Vehicle while revoked (exact same citation). The letter states I should strongly consider an attorney. What is going on, why am I getting summoned at 2 different dates for the same citation, and what is my recourse? Am I likely to get jail time for this? I do not have the finances for even a retainer for a private attorney.
2018.04.24 19:11 patriotsfan5432018 /r/MLBDraft Mod Mock 1.0
Hey everyone, so we as the moderators decided to put together our own mock with write-ups!. Unfortunately due to the fact that we decided to include the write ups and we all lead busy lives we had delay after delay. So what this means is this mock is out of date as we did it about 3 weeks ago. But even with this, I felt like I should still post as the write-ups can make it easier for you guys to learn a little more about the kids. 1 Detroit Tigers: LHP Shane McClanahan, South Florida The Tigers have their pick of the litter in this very strong pitching class. They take the best lefty in the class. McClanahan has a 3.22 ERA s far on the year, and has 84 strikeouts through 50 IP. His draft stock has taken a pretty big hit and it now seems like Mize is the favorite to go 1.1. 2 San Francisco Giants: RHP Casey Mize, Auburn The Giants get their decision basically made for them, Mize has been discussed a lot about going 1-1 and very well may. At Auburn so far Mize has a 2.00 ERA and 7-1 record, along with 86 K over 63 IP. Mize also tossed a no-hitter back in March. Giants would be happy with Mize falling to them. 3 Philadelphia Phillies: 3B Nolan Gorman, O'Connor HS (AZ) Gorman goes pretty high here compared to the consensus, but there is a lot to like about him. He is a lefty hitter with a lot of power in the bat. He displayed his power in summer ball. There are a few concerns with Gorman and that is he may not stick at 3B and there are some holes in his swing so he may strikeout at a higher rate. For these reasons he may drop from here, but the power is undeniable. 4 Chicago White Sox: RHP Ethan Hankins , Forsyth Central HS (GA) Probably the best prep pitcher in this class, Ethan Hankins is taken by the White Sox to supplement that already stacked farm. Hankins had an injury scare(shoulder) earlier this spring, but is back on the mound and seems to be healthy. Hankins has a good frame, standing at 6’6’ 200 lbs, and his fastball can reach the high-90s. Might even go higher than 4 come draft day. 5 Cincinnati Reds: LHP Matt Liberatore, Mountain Ridge HS (AZ) The best lefty prep pitcher of the class is Matthew Liberatore and he plays in the same state as Nolan Gorman, not too far from each other. Liberatore has a three pitch mix: FB, CB, CH and all three are quality pitches, a rarity from a prep pitcher. He sits in the low-90s, but can reach mid-90s pretty often. Liberatore is an interesting prospect because he’s a high schooler, but there isn’t a ton of projection there. Could rise through the ranks pretty quickly. 6 New York Mets: RHP Brady Singer, Florida The Mets could potentially get a pretty big steal here at #6. Brady Singer was the consensus #1 pick for 2018 dating back to last year, but the consensus has changed. It’s not entirely Singer’s fault, the prospects ahead of him have really jumped out. Singer has had a pretty solid spring, albeit with a few clunkers in there, but even when he struggles he still racks up the K’s. Singer could definitely go higher than 6, but the Mets would love if he falls here. 7 San Diego Padres: OF Travis Swaggerty, South Alabama Besides having an 80 grade name, Swaggerty has some other tools. Swaggerty is a junior at South Alabama and is having a solid year. He has a .314 BA with 9 HR. Swaggerty has the speed and power combination that everyone loves and projects to be a top of the order bat. 7th may be a bit high for Swaggerty, but he’s having a solid spring so far. 8 Atlanta Braves: C Joey Bart, Georgia Tech Joey Bart is by far the best catching prospect in this draft and maybe the best catching prospect in a while. He is hitting .357 with 11 home runs at Georgia Tech so far this season. He has the bat, but he also has the defense to go along with it. Despite being rather large for a catcher at 6’3”/225 he can move well behind the plate and has a cannon of an arm. Braves would love to get him here after all the top pitchers come off the board. 9 Oakland Athletics: 2B Nick Madrigal, Oregon State Nick Madrigal could end up going higher than 9, but an injury suffered early in the season has kept him out of action. 10 Pittsburgh Pirates: LHP Ryan Rolison, Mississippi Rolison is a the 2nd best lefty in this draft and is going to an organization with a strong affinity for pitching. With the right adjustments, Rolison could be the #2 guy on your staff. 11 Baltimore Orioles: SS Nander de Sedas, Montverde Academy De Sedas is a switch-hitting SS with a good hitting ability. Problem a lot of people have with him is his ability(or lack thereof) to stick at SS and he might have to move to 3B. Rankings have been all over the place with him, some have him top 10 and some have him outside top 50. 12 Toronto Blue Jays: 1B Triston Casas, American Heritage HS In the past, drafting a 1B this early was considered to be a bad pick, however with the success of guys like Freddie Freeman, Bellinger, etc, teams are now more willing to take a chance. Casas has great power from the left side, perhaps the best of all the high school players in this draft. While he’s likely a 1B only guy, if he keeps hitting it won’t matter. 13 Miami Marlins: SS Brice Turang, Santiago HS The Marlins are getting a potential steal with Turang at 13. He’s got extremely strong tools that will make any scout dream big, all while staying at short. 14 Seattle Mariners: OF Tristan Pompey, Kentucky Pompey has a lot of raw tools at his disposal and there’s a lot to like about this kid. He is hitting .349 on the season at Kentucky. I think Mid-1st round is a good prediction as of now for him. 15 Texas Rangers: 3B Alec Bohm, Wichita State Alec Bohm at 15 is a dream for the Rangers. Bohm can just hit, and he can do it with good defense at 3B. Anyone who drafts him is getting a solid player, and he’ll move up quickly too. Recent mocks have him as high as #2. 16 Tampa Bay Rays: RHP Kumar Rocker, North Oconee HS (GA) The Rays are getting a prep arm with a lot of upside with Rocker. They’re saying he’s a tough start which makes it seem a little unlikely the Rays will pick him, however. Rocker is a little raw but when he harnesses it, watch out. 17 Los Angeles Angels: RHP Jackson Kowar, Florida Kowar could be 1 of 3 Gators to be drafted in the 1st round. Kowar has a 2.70 ERA so far this season as the Gators’ Saturday starter. He sits in low 90s and has a very good changeup and his curve is his third pitch that is developing. 18 Kansas City Royals: RHP Mason Denaburg, Merritt Island HS (FL) Denaburg is a prep pitcher who sits in low to mid 90s with a plus curveball and an average change. Was shut down 2 weeks ago with biceps tendinitis, but they don’t believe it’s a serious issue. Can also play at Catcher, but is a better RHP. 19 St. Louis Cardinals: 1B Luken Baker, TCU Unfortunately Luken Baker suffered a broken bone in his leg running the bases and is out for the forseeable future. His draft stock is going to tank and it could be a possibility he returns to TCU for his senior year. 20 Minnesota Twins: OF Jarred Kelenic, Waukesha West HS (WI) Kelenic has been rumored to go 1-1 with the Tigers. Kelenic is a toolsy OF, but there are concerns whether or not he can stick to center. He has a good mix of contact and power. His speed is also no joke either. 21 Milwaukee Brewers: LHP Ryan Weathers, Loretto HS (TN) Coming in at 6’2”, 225 lbs...Weathers is a big lefty. He has dominated the Tennessee HS baseball scene. He is a Vandy committ, but if he goes in 1st round seems like signability won’t be a huge issue. 22 Colorado Rockies: OF Trevor Larnach, Oregon State Larnach is leading the Beavers in home runs with 12 on the season and is hitting a .341 clip. The lefty outfielder is having a good year...may be able to get himself in the mid-1st, but here seems to be where he’s been going in mocks. 23 New York Yankees: LHP Konnor Pilikington , Mississippi State The Yankees love their college arms in the 1st round(Kaprielian, Schmidt) and if there is one thing their farm is lacking it is left-handed pitchers. Pilkington seems like a perfect fit here. 24 Chicago Cubs: 1B Greyson Jenista, Wichita State Only behind fellow Shocker Alec Bohm, Jenista is 2nd on the team with a .311 avg and 2nd on the team behind Bohm again in home runs(7). 25 Arizona Diamondbacks: C Will Banfield, Brookwood HS (GA) Banfield is pretty much the consensus #2 catcher behind Bart...may end up going higher due to position scarcity. 26 Boston Red Sox: RHP Carter Stewart Carter Stewart has gotten rave reviews for his curveball; Baseball America has it at a 3,826 average RPM. His curveball might be one of the single best pitches of any potential draftee. He’s only a high school guy as well, so there’s a lot of projection still left. 27 Washington Nationals, LHP Tim Cate, UCONN 28 Houston Astros, SS Jeremy Eierman, Missouri State 29 Cleveland Indians, RHP Logan Gilbert, Stetson 30 Los Angeles Dodgers, 3B Jon India, Florida 32 Tampa Bay Rays(Comp for Alex Cobb), 1B Seth Beer, Clemson 32 Tampa Bay Rays(Comp for Drew Rasmussen), RHP Mike Vasil, BC High 31 Kansas City Royals(Comp for Lorenzo Cain) OF Joe Gray Jr., Hattiesburg HS 33 Kansas City Royals(Comp for Eric Hosmer), C Noah Naylor, Ontario 34 Cleveland Indians(Comp for Carlos Santana)RHP Sean Hjelle, Kentucky
2017.11.17 17:41 GreatZapper[1998 Season Rewatch - week 8] Miller Lite 200 @ Milwaukee (CART)
Milwaukee, WI (May 27, 1998) -- Greg Moore's victory in the 1997 Miller 200 at The Milwaukee Mile made him the youngest race winner in FedEx Championship Series history. Two-thirds of this year's schedule still remains, but as Moore returns to Milwaukee one year later for Sunday's Miller Lite 200 (1:30 p.m. ET, live, ESPN), he finds himself in position to become the youngest champion in CART history. Moore (Player's/Indeck Reynard Mercedes) was 22 years, one month and 10 days old when he edged Michael Andretti to score his first CART career victory at Milwaukee last year. This year, Moore has blended consistency with the spectacular en route to second place in the PPG Cup standings with 85 points, two behind defending series champion Alex Zanardi (Target Reynard Honda), who has 87. Jacques Villeneuve currently holds the distinction of being CART's youngest champion. He was 24 years, five months and one day old when he earned the title at Laguna Seca in 1995. Moore is the only driver in the series to have completed every lap (1,050) and every mile (1,462.401) of competition this season. He has finished in the top six of every event, including a victory at Rio de Janeiro when he made a daring, Turn 1 pass of then-leader Zanardi with four laps remaining. One race earlier, Moore took the PPG Cup lead for the first time in his career following a third-place finish at Nazareth. Now, Moore looks to Milwaukee, where he owns two top-five finishes in as many starts, to provide the springboard back into the PPG Cup lead which Zanardi took away with his victory in last Saturday's Motorola 300 at Gateway International Raceway. Zanardi owns back-to-back 13th-place finishes in his two career appearances at The Mile. "There are a lot of great memories associated with this storied race track," says Moore, who also scored an Indy Lights victory at Milwaukee in 1995, "since it was here that I captured the checkered flag for the first time after a great battle with Michael Andretti to become the youngest winner in CART history." Speaking of Andretti (Kmart/Texaco/Havoline Swift Ford), he comes to Milwaukee with considerable momentum, having finished second at Gateway for his first podium performance since winning at Homestead in the season opener. That effort moved Andretti into fifth place in the PPG Cup championship, and he looks to gain even more ground as CART's career victory leader at Milwaukee, with five (1986, '87, '91, '92 and '96). Moore and Andretti are two of four former Milwaukee winners in the field for Sunday's 200-lap seventh round of the FedEx Championship Series. The others are Al Unser Jr. (Marlboro Penske Mercedes), who won at Milwaukee in 1990 and '94, and Paul Tracy (KOOL Reynard Honda), who won in '95 and has been the polesitter at Milwaukee for each of the past two events. Jimmy Vasser (Target Reynard Honda) rounded out the podium last year at Milwaukee, finishing third to Moore and Andretti. Vasser, who stands fourth in the championship with 51 points, has finished eighth or better in each of the past five events and has scored PPG Cup points in 43 of his past 50 starts, dating to 1995 at Milwaukee. Adrian Fernandez (Tecate/Quaker State/Labatt Reynard Ford), third in the championship race, collected four top-six finishes in the first six events, but has failed to score in two of his past three starts, allowing both Vasser and Andretti to close ground on his 55-point total. Gil de Ferran (Valvoline/Cummins Special Reynard Honda) owns top-nine finishes in all three of his career starts at Milwaukee. After a tough-luck opening of his final campaign as a driver, Bobby Rahal (Miller Lite Reynard Ford) has finished eighth or better in each of his past three starts. Team Rahal teammate Bryan Herta (Shell Reynard Ford) had a streak of three consecutive eighth-or-better finishes snapped at Gateway, where he finished 23rd due to handling problems. Christian Fittipaldi (Kmart Swift Ford) has enjoyed substantial success in limited competition at Milwaukee, with finishes of seventh in 1995 and sixth in '96, as well as a third-place start in '96. Scott Pruett (Visteon Reynard Ford) has scored PPG Cup points in five of six appearances at Milwaukee, and comes off a fifth-place finish at Gateway, matching a season best. Robby Gordon (Panasonic/Duskin Reynard Toyota) posted the best FedEx Championship Series finish ever for the Toyota engine (seventh) on the one-mile oval at Nazareth Speedway last month. Andre Ribeiro (Marlboro Penske Mercedes) looks to recapture the success which has enabled him to score all three of his career victories on ovals. Mark Blundell (Motorola PacWest Mercedes) has scored PPG Cup points in five of six events this season, but looks to improve on his season-best of seventh. Teammate Mauricio Gugelmin (Hollywood PacWest Mercedes) sat on the outside pole at Milwaukee last year and finished fifth, his best effort in four starts at Milwaukee. Among the rookies, Tony Kanaan (LCI Reynard Honda) has started third in each of the past two events, but has been unable to parlay those lofty starts into points-paying finishes. Still, he leads the Rookie of the Year race with 22 points. Rookies Helio Castro-Neves (Alumax Aluminum Reynard Mercedes) and JJ Lehto (Hogan Motor Leasing, Inc. Reynard Mercedes) come off career-best finishes at Gateway of seventh and ninth, respectively. The fourth member of this year's rookie class, Alex Barron (Castrol-Degree Reynard Toyota) has three consecutive top-15 finishes, dating to Long Beach. Last year's Rookie of the Year award winner, Patrick Carpentier (Player's/Indeck Reynard Mercedes), qualified fourth and finished eighth at Milwaukee last year. He won his first career pole position on the mile oval at Nazareth this year. Dario Franchitti (KOOL Reynard Honda) has followed a strong start with three consecutive scoreless finishes, although he did score a pole at Rio de Janeiro. PJ Jones (Castrol-Degree Reynard Toyota) and Michel Jourdain Jr. (Herdez/Viva Mexico! Reynard Ford) make their third CART career starts at Milwaukee while Richie Hearn (BudweiseRalphs Swift Ford) and Max Papis (MCI Reynard Toyota) make their second. Arnd Meier (BAAN Business Software/Total Tel Lola Ford) and Dennis Vitolo (SmithKline Beecham Reynard Ford) join the rookies in making their first career appearances on the Milwaukee oval. Qualifying report Milwaukee, WI -- Patrick Carpentier continued his outstanding qualifying performances on one-mile ovals Saturday when he earned his second career pole position in track record fashion for Sunday's Miller Lite 200 at the historic Milwaukee Mile. Carpentier completed a sweep of the pole positions at both Nazareth Speedway and The Mile when he averaged 185.500 miles per hour (20.028 seconds) to earn the top starting spot for Sunday's seventh round of the FedEx Championship Series (1:30 p.m. ET, live ESPN). For the second time this season, Player's Forsythe Racing swept the front row as Greg Moore (Player's/Indeck Reynard Mercedes) qualified second at 184.817 mph (20.102 seconds). The other sweep came at Nazareth in Round 4. Andre Ribeiro (Marlboro Penske Mercedes) qualified third at 184.487 mph (20.138 seconds). The top three drivers broke the track qualifying record of 184.286 mph (20.160 sec.) set by Paul Tracy last year and less than one second separated the top 24 starters in the 26-car field. Carpentier, who earned a PPG Cup point for the pole, will be racing for a potential purse of $330,000 this weekend, which consists of the $100,000 first-place prize and an additional $230,000 from the Marlboro Pole Award for. Carpentier collected $20,000 of that for winning the pole, $10,000 of which rolled over from last week's rained out qualifying session at the Motorola 300. He could claim the additional $210,000, which has rolled over at a rate of $15,000 per event since Alex Zanardi's (Target Reynard Honda) victory at Cleveland last July, with a triumph Sunday. "We struggled a bit yesterday, so we switched cars for today and it was so much better," said Carpentier, who has qualified fourth or better for all four of his career starts on one-mile ovals. "My engineer [Lee Dykstra] made some changes [for qualifying] and the car was even better than it was this morning. I just had to drive it; it was hooked up at the front and rear." Moore's outside pole position was his fourth front-row start in seven events this season. In his past 13 oval track appearances, dating to the 1996 Marlboro 500 at Michigan Speedway, his average starting position has been 4.1, including 10 starts among the top five. He also is the defending race champion, having emerged victorious last season to become the youngest winner in CART history. "We went out yesterday in the backup car and in six laps we did a 21.5 [second lap]," said Moore, who trails Zanardi, 87-85, for the PPG Cup championship lead entering Sunday's race. "Then we went out in the primary car and it took us more than 20 laps to get down to 21.5. I went to my engineer [Steve Challis] and said 'Let's change cars.' "This has been a good car for us. We won at Rio, finished second at Miami and third last weekend [at Gateway] in this car. We decided that if we were going to defend our championship as the race winner, we should do it in this car." Ribeiro will make his second-best start of the season, following a second-place qualifying effort in the season opener at Homestead. "To be honest, I was not expecting this big a jump [from practice to qualifying speed]," said Ribeiro, who improved nearly five miles per hour from his best practice lap to qualifying. "It's really unbelievable the difference a few miles per hour and a few tenths makes. I really believe we are headed in the right direction. I believe this car will be competitive in the very near future. This shows the potential that we do have. This series is so competitive that if you are off even a little bit, it makes a huge difference." Michael Andretti (Kmart/Texaco/Havoline Swift Ford) qualified fourth at 184.057 mph (20.185 sec.), followed by Jimmy Vasser (Target Reynard Honda) at 183.385 mph (20.259). Andretti is a five-time winner at The Milwaukee Mile (1986, '87, '91, '92 and '96) while Vasser has scored PPG Cup points by finishing among the top 12 in all five of his career starts at Milwaukee. Zanardi, the PPG Cup points leader and defending series champion, qualified ninth at 181.459 mph (20.474 seconds). Full race video Box Score
2016.11.24 15:36 slumslum[Game Preview] Week 12 - Philadelphia Eagles (5-5) vs Green Bay Packers (4-6)
Philadelphia Eagles (5-5) vs Green Bay Packers (4-6)
The Philadelphia Eagles (5-5) return home to Lincoln Financial Field to take on the Green Bay Packers (4-6) in a conference match-up on Monday Night Football. The Eagles have won five of their last eight regular-season contests (.625) against the Packers and are in search of their first victory vs. Green Bay since 11/10/13 at Lambeau Field (W, 27-13).
2016 Eagles Hall of Fame Inductions
Former All-Pro Eagles LB Jeremiah Trotter and legendary announcer Merrill Reese will be enshrined in the Eagles' Hall of Fame during halftime of the Eagles’ Monday night game against the Packers.
Trotter played eight of his 11 NFL seasons with Philadelphia (1998-2001, 2004-06, 2009), earning two All-Pro selections and four Pro Bowl nods over three stints in midnight green. Considered the “pulse” of Philadelphia’s dominant defense in the early 2000s, Trotter helped guide the team to three NFC East crowns and five playoff appearances, including two NFC Championship Games and a berth in Super Bowl XXXIX. Trotter amassed 1,065 tackles, 35 passes defensed, 12.5 sacks, eight forced fumbles, eight interceptions and three fumble recoveries in 127 career regular season and postseason games (106 starts) with the Eagles.
Gifted with an unforgettable sound and style that has become synonymous with the franchise’s rich history, Merrill Reese is the longest-tenured play-by-play announcer in the NFL as he is currently in his 40th season as the Voice of the Eagles. Since his first call from the radio booth in 1977, Reese has inspired generations of Philadelphia fans, earning local and national recognition as a premier sports broadcaster.
Record VS. Spread: Philadelphia 5-5, Green Bay 3-6-1
Where to Watch on TV
- will broadcast Monday’s game to national audience. Sean McDonough will handle the play-by-play duties and former Eagles offensive coordinator Jon Gruden will provide analysis. Lisa Salters will report from the sidelines.
Calling the game on 94WIP and the Eagles Radio Network will be Merrill Reese, the NFL’s longest-tenured play-by-play announcer (40th season). Joining Reese in the radio booth will be former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick, while Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
94.1 FM and 610 AM
Atlantic City/South Jersey
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD
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Philadelphia Spanish Radio
Rickie Ricardo, Macu Berral and Gus Salazar will handle the broadcast in Spanish on Mega 105.7 FM in Philadelphia and the Eagles Spanish Radio Network.
Atlantic City, NJ
1020 AM; 101.3 FM
Packers Radio Network: Wayne Larrivee and Larry McCarren enter their 17th season of broadcasts together across the Packers Radio Network in 2015. Though both are veteran broadcasters, the two were paired for the first time in 1999 to bring the color and excitement of Green Bay Packers football to fans throughout Wisconsin, Upper Michigan and four more-distant states.
Westwood One - will broadcast Monday’s game to a national audience, with Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Boomer Esiason (analyst) and Steve Tasker (sideline) calling the game.
The rivalry between the Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers is one of the oldest in the NFL. The series between the two teams began in 1933, as the Packers defeated the Eagles 35-9 at City Stadium in Green Bay. The Packers swept the first nine contests in the series and won 16 of 18 from 1933-70.
Over the years, the two teams have only met in post-season fixtures on three occasions. The most memorable match between the Eagles and Packers came in the 1960 NFL Championship Game. The Eagles defeated the Packers in a come-from-behind, 17-13 victory at Franklin Field for the team’s third (and last) NFL Championship. Philadelphia was the only team to defeat Vince Lombardi in a postseason game. The legendary coach won nine straight playoff games after that loss. Before that 1960 game, the Packers had won 13 of the teams’ first 14 meetings, including the first nine (1933-46).
Green Bay Packers lead the Philadelphia Eagles (27-16)
Eagles HC Doug Pederson served as a backup to QB Brett Favre in Green Bay during the 1995-98 and 2001-04 seasons.
Eagles LBs coach Ken Flajole began his NFL coaching career as a defensive quality control coach with Green Bay in 1998.
Eagles Safeties coach Tim Hauck played safety for the Packers from 1991-94.
Eagles S Chris Maragos hails from Racine, WI, and was a two-year letterman at the University of Wisconsin (2008-09)
Eagles DT Beau Allen was a three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection (2011-13) and four-year letterman (10-13) at Wisconsin
Eagles G Brandon Brooks is also from Milwaukee.
Eagles G/T Allen Barbre was originally a fourth round selection of the Packers in 2007 and spent three seasons with the team from ‘07-’09
Packers DL coach Mike Trgovac held the same title with Philadelphia from 1995-98.
Eagles Safeties Coach Tim Hauck played safety for the Packers from 1991-94.
Referee: Terry McAulay
Dating back to 1974, Philadelphia has won eight of its last nine home games (.889) vs. Green Bay. The Eagles are looking to capture their first home victory against the Packers since 10/2/06 at Lincoln Financial Field (W, 31-9).
Philadelphia will be playing in its third primetime game of the 2016 season (W, 29-14 at Chicago in Week 2 on Monday Night Football; L, 23-29 (OT) at Dallas in Week 8 on Sunday Night Football). The Eagles are 61-50 (.550) all-time in regular season primetime action.
The Eagles have won five of their previous six games on Monday Night Football since 2013. Overall, Philadelphia has produced a 33-26 (.559) all-time record on Monday Night Football.
The Eagles own an 18-13 (.581) all-time record at home on Monday Night Football, winning each of their last two games. The Packers are 30-31-1 all-time on MNF and has won its past two appearances as well
This is the 24th consecutive season (1993-2016) that Green Bay is appearing on Monday Night Football, the second-longest streak in the league behind only Denver’s 25-year span (1992-2016). It is the Packers’ lone MNF appearance this season.
It is the fourth meeting between the two teams on MNF. They last played against each other on MNF in 2006, a 31-9 Eagles victory in Philadelphia
Under HC Mike McCarthy, Green Bay is 83-43-1 during the regular season against NFC opponents. The Packers’ 83 wins and .657 winning percentage both rank No. 1 among NFC teams over that span.
The Packers are 35-28 on the road against NFC teams since 2006, a .556 winning percentage that ranks No. 2 in the NFC, trailing only the Dallas Cowboys (37-26, .587).
The Packers are playing three road games in a row for the first time since 2012 and only the third time in the last 19 seasons (also 1998).
Eagles CB Jaylen Watkins will be celebrating his 24th Birthday this Sunday. When asked about what type of gift he would like for his birthday, Watkins expressed interest in receiving better tackling skills.
The Eagles are totally going to win this game since slumslum will be at this game and they won't want to let him down. That's just science, folks.
The Eagles have posted an unbeaten 4-0 mark at Lincoln Financial Field this season. Philadelphia is one of only three NFL teams with undefeated records at home in 2016, joining Houston (5-0) and Seattle (5-0).
The Eagles are outscoring opponents 108-38 (+70) through four home games this season. Philadelphia has scored 20+ points and allowed 15-or-fewer points in four straight home games for the first time since 10/17-11/21/53. The last time the Eagles allowed 15-or-fewer points in four consecutive home games was from 10/22-12/24/00 (five games).
The Eagles' Offense is outscoring opponents 108-38 (+70) through four home games this season. Philadelphia has scored 20+ points and allowed 15-or-fewer points in four straight home games for the first time since 10/17-11/21/53. The last time the Eagles allowed 15-or-fewer points in four consecutive home games was from 10/22-12/24/00 (five games).
The Eagles' Offense rank 3rd in the NFL with a +55 point differential (241-186), trailing only Dallas (+98) and New England (+98). Philadelphia is outscoring opponents 134-65 (+69, 1st in the NFL) in the second half of games this season, including 77-26 (+51, 2nd in the NFL) in the third quarter.
The Eagles' Offense rank 7th in the NFL in turnover differential (+4), trailing only Minnesota (+13) and Seattle (+6) among all NFC teams
The Eagles' Offense ranks T-6th in the NFL in rushing yards per game (118.3), trailing only Dallas (156.7) and San Francisco (119.8) in the NFC.
The Eagles' Offense rank 2nd in the NFL in time of possession (32:29), trailing only Dallas (33:27). Philadelphia leads the NFL in second-half time of possession (17:21).
The Eagles' Defense has allowed only 3 touchdowns at Lincoln Financial Field in 2016, the fewest by an NFL team at home in 2016 (1 rushing TD in Week 1 vs. Cleveland; 1 passing TD in Week 7 vs. Minnesota; 1 passing TD in Week 10 vs. Atlanta).
The Eagles' Defense has allowed only 34 scores on 120 opponent drives in 2016, ranking 4th in the NFL in opponent scoring efficiency (28.3%), trailing only Baltimore (24.0%), Los Angeles (25.0%) and Arizona (26.7%).
The Eagles' Defense also ranks 4th in the NFL in points allowed per game (18.6) this season, trailing only Seattle (17.3), Minnesota (17.6) and New England (18.0). The last time the Eagles allowed 186-or-fewer points in the first 10 games of the season was in 2004 (158 points).
The Eagles' Defense leads the NFL in opponent red zone scoring efficiency (73.3%, 22-of-30) in 2016, while trailing only Pittsburgh (42.4%) in red zone TD efficiency (43.3%).
The Eagles' Defense rank 2nd in the NFL in opponent yards lost on negative plays (-283) this season, trailing only Arizona (-289). Overall, Philadelphia is tied with Los Angeles for the 4th-most opponent negative plays (71) in 2016, behind N.Y. Jets (77), Green Bay (76) and Arizona (75).
The Eagles' Defense has 26 sacks this season, tied for the 7th-most in the NFL, trailing only Seattle (31), Carolina (30) and Washington (27) in the NFC. Philadelphia has recorded an NFL-leading 12 sacks on first down. Seventeen of the Eagles’ 26 sacks have come in the second half of games in 2016. This season, 12 different Eagles players have registered a sack.
The Eagles' Special Teams has posted an NFL-leading 12 special teams TDs (4 kickoff return TDs; 4 punt return TDs; 4 blocked punt return TDs) since 2013. The Eagles are the only NFL team to record multiple kickoff return TDs in 2016.
The Eagles Special Teams leads the NFL in kickoff return average (33.7) in 2016. Since 2014, the team ranks 2nd in the NFL in kickoff return average (26.6), trailing only Baltimore (26.8). Philadelphia ranks 5th in the NFL in opponent kickoff return average (21.2) this season, behind Buffalo (19.2), New England (19.8), N.Y. Giants (20.6) and Indianapolis (21.1)
The Eagles' Special Teams leads the NFL in both average starting field position after kickoff (29.4) and opponent average starting field position after kickoff (22.2) in 2016. Philadelphia also ranks 1st in the NFL in percentage of 20+ yard kickoff returns (72.2%) in 2016, returning 13 of 18 total kickoffs for 20+ yards.
RB Darren Sproles has nine straight seasons with 300 receiving yards, the longest streak by an NFL RB since RB Tiki Barber (1998-2006).
WR Jordan Matthews (42 games) became the third-fastest Eagle to surpass 2,500 career receiving yards, behind only WR Mike Quick (39) and WR DeSean Jackson (38).
LS Jon Dorenbos will appear in his 160th consecutive game with the Eagles, tied with S Randy Logan (1972-83) for the 2nd-longest streak in franchise history. Only WR Harold Carmichael has appeared in more consecutive games with the Eagles (162 from 1972-83).
Last Week, QB Kirk Cousins and the Redskins won a Sunday night shootout against QB Aaron Rodgers, as Washington defeated Green Bay, 42-24. Both quarterbacks threw three touchdown passes, with Cousins winning the yardage battle over Rodgers, 375 to 351. It was only the seventh game in NFL history in which a QB on each team passed for at least 350 yards and three TDs with neither being intercepted. QB Aaron Rodgers is the only quarterback to be involved in two of those games.
In Week 11, TE Jared Cook registered 105 yards and one touchdown on five receptions (17.5 avg.). Cook became only the second TE (Benjamin Watson) to register a 100-yard receiving game with three different franchises. Dating back to 1996, Cook’s 17.5 yards-per-catch average was the third highest by a Green Bay tight end in single game (min. five receptions) Jermichael Finley, Oct. 5, 2009, six for 128 yards, 21.3 avg. / Richard Rodgers, Dec. 3, 2015, eight for 146 yards, 18.3 avg.)
The Packers' Offense has posted 400-plus total yards of offense in three straight games, just the second time in the last seven seasons that Green Bay has done that (Weeks 8, 10-11 in 2014).
The Packers' Offense recorded 23-plus first downs in five consecutive games (Weeks 5-9) in a single regular season for the first time in franchise history.
The Packers' Offense is one of three teams in the NFL (New Orleans and Washington) to have three players with 45-plus receptions and 500-plus receiving yards each this season (WR Davante Adams - 53 receptions for 663 yards and WR Jordy Nelson - 53 receptions for 663 yards and WR Randall Cobb - 48 receptions for 517 yads).
QB Aaron Rodgers threw for 371 yards in Week 10 and 351 yards in Week 11, marking only the third time in his career he has thrown for 350-plus passing yards in back-to-back games (2009, 2011).
In Week 11, QB Aaron Rodgers registered a passer rating of 115.0 at Washington, his third game this season (129.3 vs. Detroit / 125.5 at Atlanta) with a passer rating of 115.0-plus, tied for the sixth most in the NFL.
WRs Jordy Nelson (9) and Davante Adams (6) are the only WR duo in the NFL with six-plus touchdown catches this season. Nelson ranks 1st in the NFL in receiving touchdowns this season and Adams is tied for 4th
QB Carson Wentz (2339 - 25th) can make a move up to 20th place on the Eagles' All-Time Passing Yards list with 485 more passing yards. He will pass several Eagles Franchise Legends along the way: QB Bubby Brister (2,412 - 24th), QB Bobby Hoying (2,534 - 23rd), QB Jim McMahon (2,581 - 22nd), QB Davey O'Brien (2,614 - 21st), and QB Pete Liske (2,930 - 20th).
TE Brent Celek (4,820) needs 180 more yards to reach 5000 career receiving yards.
RB Darren Sproles (18,757- 8th) is 8th on the NFL's All-Time All-Purpose Yards list. He can move into 7th place with 141 more yards. However, WR Steve Smith (18,897 - 7th) is currently in 7th place and is still active in the NFL. Sproles (18,757) is 243 All-Purpose Yards away from 19,000 Career All-Purpose Yards.
RB Darren Sproles is 2 touchdowns away from 60 total career touchdowns.
DE Connor Barwin (30.5 - 15th) is in 15th place on the Eagles All-Time Sack List. Barwin can move into 14th place with 1 more sack joining DE Juqua Parker (31.5 - 14th). Barwin is also 0.5 sacks away from reaching 50 career sacks!
DE Brandon Graham (28.5 - 17th) needs 1.5 Sacks to pass DE Jerome Brown (29.5 - 16th) on the Eagles All-Time Sack List. 1.5 Sacks will also give Graham 30 Career Sacks
K Caleb Sturgis (96) is 4 Field Goals Made from 100 career Field Goals Made.
P Donnie Jones (1,025 - 21st) is 3 punts away from moving into the 20th position on the NFL's All-Time Punts list. He would pass out P Rich Camarillo (1,027 - 20th)
P Donnie Jones (46,641 - 14th) needs 381 Punting Yards to move into 13th place on the NFL's All-Time Punting Yards Career list. Jones would pass out P Mark Royals (47,021 - 14th).
QB Aaron Rodgers (2,892) is 7 passing completions away from moving into 23rd place on the NFL's All-Time passing completions list. He would pass HoF QB Troy Aikman (2,898).
QB Aaron Rodgers (35,160) is 308 passing yards away from moving into 14th place on the NFL's All-Time passing yards list. He would pass HoF QB Jim Kelly (35,467).
QB Aaron Rodgers (282 - 13th) is 9 Passing Touchdowns away from moving into 12th place on the NFL's All-Time Passing Touchdown list, passing HoF QB Johnny Unitas (290 - 12th). Additionally, Rodgers (282) is 18 Touchdowns away from 300 Career Passing Touchdowns.
WR Jordy Nelson (6,772) is 228 Receiving Yards away from 7,000 Career Receiving Yards.
WR Jordy Nelson (58) is 2 Receiving Touchdowns away from 60 Career Receiving Touchdowns.
WR Jordy Nelson (6,772 - 6th) can move into 5th place on the Packers All-Time Receiving Yards List with 147 more receiving yards. He would pass FL Boyd Dowler (6,918 - 5th) along the way.
WR Jordy Nelson (58 - 4th) is 8 Receiving Touchdowns away from moving into 2nd place on the Packers All-Time Receiving Touchdown List. He would pass WR Donald Driver (61 - 3rd) and WR Sterling Sharpe (65 - 2nd).
QB Aaron Rodgers and WR Jordy Nelson have connected for the 54 touchdowns which is the second most by a duo in team history behind QB Brett Favre and WR Antonio Freeman (57 TD passes). With 4 more touchdowns, Rodgers and Nelson will take that honor.
DE Julius Peppers (140.5 - 6th) needs 1.5 more Sacks to move into 5th place on the NFL's All-Time Sack List. He would pass HoF DE Michael Strahan (141.5 - 15th).
LB Clay Matthews (70.5 - 2nd) is 4.5 Sacks away from claiming 1st place on the Packers All-Time Sack List. He would pass out DE Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (74.5 - 1st).
Matchups to Watch
Eagles CBs Jalen Mills/Leodis McKelvin vs. Packers WR Jordy Nelson
Leodis McKelvin is in the concussion protocol, but the Eagles still felt comfortable enough to release Aaron Grymes on Monday to make room for wide receiver Paul Turner. If Jalen Mills has to step in, he's already been tasked with facing a litany of the NFL's top receivers this season. Jordy Nelson isn't 100 percent recovered from the ACL injury that kept him out for all of 2015, but he still leads the league with nine receiving touchdowns. Nelson has full trust of quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who will force the ball to him even if he's covered. Rodgers and Nelson have perfected the back-shoulder fade. Plus, Rodgers will buy time in the pocket with his legs for his receivers to get open. Nelson has 53 catches on 96 targets for 663 yards this season.
Eagles DT Fletcher Cox vs. Packers G Jason Spriggs
The narrative in the media is that defensive tackle Fletcher Cox has struggled since winning NFC Defensive Player of the Month honors in September. If you look at the stat sheet, yes, he has not registered a sack since the October 9 game in Detroit. But he's been disruptive against the run and the pass. Spriggs is a rookie second-round pick who was selected to play tackle. The Packers' offensive line is good at the edges, but injuries have impacted its interior. Starting right guard Don Barclay was injured last week against Washington and Spriggs came in to help shore up pass protection. Whether it's the rookie or Barclay is able to return, pressure up the middle is one way to keep Rodgers in check.
Eagles TE Zach Ertz vs. Packers S Micah Hyde
The Packers were victimized for five plays of 28 yards or more in the second half of Sunday's loss to Washington. Two of those plays went for touchdowns, and another put the ball on the 4-yard line. This is as good a week as ever for someone with deep speed like rookie Bryce Treggs to come in and make a huge play. But Zach Ertz can't be overlooked here. Since Week 10, Ertz leads all tight ends with 20 receptions and also has 187 yards. Jordan Reed had five catches for 79 yards against Green Bay. One week earlier, Tennessee's Delanie Walker posted 124 yards and a touchdown. With a plethora of injuries on Green Bay's defense, Ertz could feast on Monday night.
Eagles RT Allen Barbre vs. Packers LB Nick Perry
Green Bay's defense is struggling, but Nick Perry is providing some pass-rush punch off the edge. Perry leads the Packers with seven sacks. He has gotten to the quarterback in seven of the Packers' 10 games this season. The Eagles have to reshuffle their offensive line once again due to Halapoulivaati Vaitai's knee injury. Former Packer Allen Barbre is expected to start at right tackle in Vaitai's place. Barbre has played well inside at guard this season, but can he make the transition to the edge again. Barbre has eight career starts at right tackle.
2016.07.15 23:57 anonymous6366Got a ticket for operating a motor vehicle w/o insurance, but I had insurance [WI]
Milwaukee, WI I got a new car 6 days prior to getting pulled over for speeding (which I was, oops the new car is fast). Officer asked for my insurance and I told him I didn't have the cards yet for my new car and I went to show him the one from my old car since state farm gives you 10 days to update your insurance. ie you don't need to contact them until 10 days after a new vehicle is purchase; your old coverage will still work on the new car. Cop went back to the car and after a few minutes he came back and said he was giving me a citation and that it would be mailed (lazy imo). When I got the citation in the mail there was actually two, $124 for speeding (sucks but whatever I'll pay that one) and another $124 ticket for "Operate motor vehicle w/o insurance" state statute 344.62 (1). The officer never mentioned anything about that second one and clearly wasn't listening to what I said about the insurance situation. It says on the bottom of the ticket that I can dispute the citation either in court or by mailing in a not guilty plea. My question is will I be able to just send them in a photocopy of my insurance card that I now have (effective date one day prior to the ticket) or will I have to actually go in to court.
2014.12.26 17:55 GreatZapper2001 season rewatch, weekend 17: Miller Lite 200, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course (CART); Belterra Resort Indy 300, Kentucky Speedway (IRL)
AFTER BRIEF RESPITE, RECHARGED FedEx CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RETURNS TO ACTION IN MILLER LITE 200 AT MID-OHIO DETROIT--The FedEx Championship Series recently concluded its most grueling stretch of the season, with six races in seven weeks. The run began with reigning Indianapolis 500 champion Helio Castroneves' second victory of the season at Detroit, and ended with 2000 CART Rookie of the Year Kenny Brack's third win of the year at Chicago. Now, as the series heads to the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for the Miller Lite 200 (Noon ET Sunday, live, ESPN), Brack (Shell Ford-Cosworth/Lola) leads the championship chase with 104 points and Castroneves (Marlboro Honda/Reynard) is his closest pursuer, with 82. But a handful of other drivers remain in contention for the Vanderbilt Cup, emblematic of the FedEx Championship Series Championship, as the series enters its 13th round in Lexington. Which is pretty much what you'd expect from a championship that has produced eight different winners in the season's first 11 completed events, not to mention a staggering 18 different podium finishers in that same span. That has already established a CART record for different podium finishers in a season, topping the 17 of 1995 and '96, while CART's record for different winners in a campaign is 11, established last year. At the head of the most competitive driver lineup in the world at present is Brack, whose three victories this season are a series high. His victory at Chicago put him back in the points after back-to-back scoreless finishes at Toronto and Michigan. All of Brack's victories have come on ovals this year – the other two were recorded at Japan and Milwaukee – but Team Rahal knows how to prepare for road-course competition as well, as evidenced by teammate Max Papis' (Miller Lite Ford-Cosworth/Lola) victory at the most recent road-course event in Portland. Castroneves, meanwhile, will be looking for a repeat of last year's dominant Marlboro Team Penske performance at Mid-Ohio, when teammate Gil de Ferran (Marlboro Honda/Reynard) won the pole and Castroneves started on the outside. The two then combined to lead all 83 laps and finish one-two in the race, with Castroneves on top. Castroneves has claimed a pair of victories this season, at Long Beach and Detroit, and has scored 50 of his 82 championship points on road or street courses. He holds a one-point lead over Dario Franchitti (KOOL Honda/Reynard) of Team KOOL Green, who stands third in the championship with 81 points. Franchitti, who owns a victory at Cleveland this season, is a two-time pole-sitter (1998, '99) at Mid-Ohio who also owns a podium finish of third at the venue in 1999. Michael Andretti (Motorola Honda/Reynard) of Team Motorola, who stands fourth in the championship with 73 points, is a two-time winner at Mid-Ohio (1990, '91) who also owns three career pole positions (1990-92) at the track. Andretti holds a one-point edge over fifth-place de Ferran, the defending FedEx Championship Series champion and defending Mid-Ohio pole-sitter, who arrives off a podium finish of third at Chicago which brought his season total to 72 points. Joining Castroneves and Andretti as previous winners at Mid-Ohio are Alex Zanardi (PioneeWorldCom Honda/Reynard) of Mo Nunn Racing, who won back-to-back at Mid-Ohio in 1996 and '97; and Adrian Fernandez (Tecate/Quaker State/Telmex Honda/Reynard) of Fernandez Racing, who logged his third of seven career victories at Mid-Ohio in 1998. Following the Miller Lite 200, the FedEx Championship Series makes its annual visit to Elkhart Lake, Wis., this season for the Motorola 220, August 17-19 at Road America. WHO'S HOT • FedEx Championship Series championship leader Kenny Brack (Shell Ford-Cosworth/Lola) of Team Rahal has won a series-high three events this season, the first three victories of his FedEx Championship Series career. Brack, CART's 2000 Rookie of the Year, has recorded victories at Japan, Milwaukee and Chicago, and his additional top-five finishes of second at Nazareth and fifth at Mexico have helped move him into the FedEx Championship Series championship lead with 104 points. Brack's victory at Chicago gave him six finishes of fourth or better in as many career starts on one-mile ovals. He also owns four pole positions this season, at Mexico, Texas, Milwaukee (where the starting grid was based on championship points) and Michigan (where the starting grid was based on practice times). Brack has scored championship points in eight of 11 starts this season and has led a series-high 472 laps, including 443 on ovals. • Patrick Carpentier (Player's/Indeck Ford-Cosworth/Reynard) of the Player's Forsythe Racing Team has posted podium finishes in his past two FedEx Championship Series starts, beginning with his first career victory at Michigan International Speedway last month. He followed that with a runner-up effort at Chicago and has collected 36 of his 51 championship points in the past two events to move from 21st to ninth place in the FedEx Championship Series championship. • Patrick Carpentier's Player's Forsythe Racing teammate, Alex Tagliani (Player's/Indeck Ford-Cosworth/Reynard) has scored championship points in five consecutive starts and six of his past seven, after going scoreless through his first four starts of the season. Included in his current run is Tagliani's career-best finish of second at Toronto, as well as back-to-back sixth-place finishes at Michigan and Chicago. His current scoring run has moved Tagliani from 25th to 15th in the FedEx Championship Series championship, with 38 points. • Memo Gidley (Target Toyota/Lola) of Target Chip Ganassi Racing has posted top-five finishes in two of his past four starts, including a career-best finish of second at Cleveland and a career-best oval result of fifth at Chicago. Despite making only five starts since joining the Target Ganassi team prior to Round 8 at Portland, Gidley stands fifth in the FedEx Championship Series with 134 laps led, including 68 at Michigan and a race-high 57 at Cleveland. He stands 17th in the FedEx Championship Series championship, with 27 points. • Rookie Scott Dixon (Powerware Panasonic PacWest Toyota/Reynard) of the PacWest Racing Group has scored championship points in seven of his past nine FedEx Championship Series starts, dating to his first career victory at Nazareth, which made him, at age 20 years, nine months and 14 days, the youngest driver ever to win a major open-wheel event. Also included in Dixon's run is a podium finish of third at Milwaukee and top-five results of fourth at Chicago and fifth at Toronto. Dixon, who holds a commanding 69-27 lead over Bruno Junqueira (Target Toyota/Lola) of Target Chip Ganassi Racing in the battle for the $50,000 Jim Trueman Rookie of the Year Award, has moved into sixth place in the FedEx Championship Series championship with 69 points. Dixon also leads the series in laps led, with 1,583 of a possible 1,629 and miles completed 2,405.840 of a possible 2,509.607. Full race video Entry, spotter's guide, practice, qualifying and race results Articles, notes and press releases IRL Sparta, Ky. (August 11, 2001) – Kelley Racing teammates Scott Sharp and Mark Dismore will start on the front row for Sunday’s Belterra Casino Indy 300 at the Kentucky Speedway. Sharp earned his third pole position this season, the fifth of his Indy racing career, after averaging 214.598 mph around the relatively flat 1.5-mile speedway. “We stuck a new engine in last night which ran pretty well this morning and again right now,” said Sharp, who was second on Friday’s speed chart. “We didn’t really change the car that much, we just tweaked it, added a little here, added a little there, made a slight change in the tire pressures and it all came together a lot more faster than I thought it would.” Sharp, who was fastest in this morning’s practice session with a lap at 214.379 mph, was surprised that he was able to match that speed in qualifying. “I was drafting in practice. I ran a 214.4 for two laps when I was following (Felipe) Giaffone around. I felt honestly I could run a mid to high 213 (mph). I was amazed at how fast we ran.” This is the second time this season that both Kelley Racing cars have started on the front row. Dismore earned the pole at Texas in June with Sharp starting alongside. The positions will be reversed when they take the green flag at Kentucky. “Overall, I’m happy,” said Dismore, whose car is powered by an Ilmor-prepared Oldsmobile engine. “I’m thrilled it’s an all Kelley front row. Hopefully, tomorrow we can keep it that way, only we can reverse the order.” The all Kelley front row is flanked by an all Infiniti power second row with Eddie Cheever edging Robbie Buhl for the third starting spot. “We made a mistake on the gearing this afternoon in qualifying,” said Cheever, who is still looking for Infiniti’s first pole. “We kept hovering between a gear that’s too short and a gear that’s too long. Once we get the gearing right, we’ll be okay.” Both Infiniti drivers have a car capable of running with the lead pack all day. Now it’s a matter of staying out of trouble, running consistent laps until it’s time to make the final charge to the checkered flag. “It’s a very long race,” said Cheever. “The Infiniti 35A engine has been particularly strong on these 1.5-mile ovals and it’s a very drivable engine in traffic. We’re looking forward to tomorrow.” Greg Ray will start fifth tomorrow. Ray, who has started from the pole 14 times in his career, lost a half-shaft during this morning’s practice session. Just to be safe, his crew changed the right side suspension in the hour between practice and qualifying. “We really got lucky not to total the race car,” said Ray. “We were very, very lucky not to have a huge crash because of that. We had to replace the whole right side suspension. You don’t really know what kind of damage that half-shaft did coming out the back.” A two-hour window was scheduled between morning practice and qualifying but a blanket of thick fog shrouded the track when teams arrived this morning, causing practice to be delayed. Drivers sat waiting in their cars warming their engines when word came that the medical evacuation helicopter was still grounded in Lexington 45 miles away. Practice got underway as soon as the helicopter lifted off and the full session was completed without incident. The field takes the green flag at 12:30 EDT with live television coverage provided by ABC-TV. Short 90 second highlights What the hell is this? In the long off-season we're rewatching the 2001 CART and IRL seasons, in chronological order. This is round 13 of the CART series and round 10 of the IRL, and you can discuss the races below. Enjoy!
2012.04.23 05:50 tabledresser[Table] IAmA: My name is Arthur Kohl-Riggs, I am 23 years old, I look like a young Abe Lincoln, and I am running for Governor of Wisconsin against Scott Walker in the Republican primary. AMA
Gay Marriage - First of all I think gay marriage is totally cool. I also think that marriage shouldn't be a government issue. The Government should issue "civil unions" to anyone who wants the legal benefits of a permanent partnership or something like them to people, and marriage should be a religious act.
I am not planning on pushing it. But I think the Government should have one thing, that grants legal rights to couples committing to join a union. And then marriage can be a separate ceremony that can have whatever religious or non religious context.
Yes I think I am qualified. Too often we give too much credit to people who have spent a lot of time doing something, even if they spent all that time doing a bad job at it.
I believe one of Walkers biggest failings is his inability to listen. In a Republic the role of a representative is to REPRESENT. I, unlike Walker don't think I have all of the answers to all of the states problems. I do however believe that the people of Wisconsin are more than capable of coming together to find creative, common sense solutions that to get our state back on track. I will encourage and explore new ways for interested citizens to get involved in the decision making process, and utilize the knowledge that experts at our great state universities have in these fields.
I believe the administration we have now is not at all concerned about the input of ideas of the people. They are acting not on behalf of the people but on behalf of outside monied interests. I think simply acting with the people's best interest at heart is the first step to a representative Government.
Ideologues pushing their radical agenda which puts out of state interests over those of the people of Wisconsin. I think the solution to that problem is honest representation. I think there is huge potential for Wisconsin to break into new and growing industries and be a leading force in the Renewable market. If we invest heavily and utilize the awesome research institutions that our university system provides, I see no reason why we can't be a force of clean safe power.
No, we need to update our transit infrastructure. He was a fool to kill the train. And it wasn't a Madison to Milwaukee train. I would have connected Chicago to the twin cities and connected us to a real national transit network.
Who said anything about my platform saying anything about small government? I don't think government should be large, but it has a job to do and it should do it's job effectively.
The proposed highway lane to be added to 50 miles of highway from Madison down to Chicago is going to cost the state 500 Million dollars. The train was going to cost less than a million a year to the state to maintain.
They are asking for 715 million to upgade our Madison to Chicago highway. Almost exactly what we were going to receive for the Rail program. Oh cause of all those private roads all over the place that the Government totally doesn't subsidize. Sorry reddit is making me sarcastic.
I plan on making an effort to explore and implement new forms of participatory democracy. People think their role in our government ends at the ballot box, but I think we have a valuable resource in our citizenry and if we are more open to the input and solutions from our people we will be able to overcome our states financial and other issues.
The education issue? I think education is much more complex than a single issue. I do not think public dollars should be going to private for profit charter schools. I believe we need to reform the way success is measured, for both students and teachers, putting as much value on standardized tests is a poor way to measure the quality of education. I believe that education is the most valuable investment a state can make in securing it's future and education deserves to be a top financial priority for Wisconsin.
Maintaining and improving Wisconsin's environment is a top priority. Air pollution regulations need to be strictly enforced Native species have and will continue to serve a vital roll in maintaining our ecosystem, I don't know how to best address the problem of invasive plants, but I respect the problem and would appoint a DNR chair who is knowledgeable and would be able to take the issue seriously. Our lakes are being poisoned, and a lot of the damage comes from industrial/farm run-off. This is where I would make an effort to include concerned citizens along with experts and legislators in coming up with a solution that will work for Wisconsin to work towards solving this problem. I don't know much about the issues concerning commercial fishing in Wisconsin. But I am open to learn. Currently I think offshore wind platforms seem like a great idea. I don't know much about the proposals, but without learning something damning about them I think it seems like a good way to reduce our reliance on expensive, dirty, out-of-state fossil fuels Drilling for oil in the great lakes is a horrible idea and would be stopped dead in it's tracks if it came up while I am Governor. Hope you find my answers satisfactory! Arthur Kohl-Riggs
I grew up in Madison going to West High where I was president of the student body for two years, graduated and went to school in La Crosse for a few years where I served as co chair of campus progressives and also served on the student senate. After 2 years and not deciding on a major I figured I would save my time and money until I was more positive about what I wanted a degree in, so I left UWL in good standing and plan on returning to school eventually to get my degree. The fall after leaving school I biked solo from Seattle down the coast to San Francisco and then spent the spring in SF with Greenpeace program spending a lot of time working on Tar Sands issues. I returned home to Madison and worked a few part time jobs and then the Capitol Occupation happened. I spent every night of the occupation at the Capitol, two of them I spent sleeping outside in February. After the the March 9th meeting where they split the budget repair bill into two with zero regard or respect for the process or rules it solidified my commitment I made with myself to sick with this till the end, to see Scott Walker out of office. I noticed a huge void of adequate news coverage of what was actually going on at the Capitol, so I took it upon myself to film meetings and interviews with legislators and to report about the protests and constant violation of rights that were happening at the Capitol. I started the facebook page Shit Scott Walker Is Doing To My State www.facebook.com/shitscottwalker, and continued my work through there. Most recently I took a leave from my job at the children's museum to commit myself fully to the recall effort. I was hoping that Peter Barca would announce and that I would be able to support him in defeating Walker. Unfortunately Peter decided not to run, and I had to choose what I was going to do. While I do like several of the Dem candidates none of them jumped out at me in a way that I was hoping, and I figured that, for me, this is still all about Scott Walker and how he is failing the state. I figured the best way to keep attention and focus on Walker's failings was to campaign against him. So on the Monday after petitions started circulating I decided to run for Governor. With the help of people all over the state we were able to collect over 2,300 nomination signatures in just 7 days, more than enough to secure a place on the ballot.
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