The Disco Biscuits Are Free Streaming Their Four-Night Colorado Run

first_imgThe Disco Biscuits are returning to Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, on Saturday, and the jamtronica heavyweights will be posted up at Denver’s Ogden Theatre during the three nights leading up to their performance at the legendary venue. Luckily for fans spread across the country who may not be able to make it out to Colorado this week, the band has just announced that they will be streaming the entirety of their Colorado run across Wednesday to Saturday for free via Youtube. Mosey over to the band’s YouTube page here to check out the shows for free. For Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday for The Disco Biscuits’ three-night stand at the Ogden, the show starts at 9 p.m. (MST). For their Red Rocks performance, the show starts at 6 p.m. (MST), with Shpongle Live warming up the crowd.last_img read more

Maine Maritime coasts to win over Lyndon State

first_img This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Bio House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 LYNDON CENTER, VT – Brian Corain and Christopher Keiley scored four goals each to lead Maine Maritime Academy to a 16-6 North Atlantic Conference victory over Lyndon State College Wednesday afternoon.The Mariners jumped out to a 5-1 lead after one quarter of play and extended the lead to 10-1 by half time.Wade Mondoux had three goals for the winners while teammate Garrett Lake had two. Nick Lund and Ryan Williams chipped in one goal each for MMA who upped its record to 5-1 overall as well as in the NAC.MMA returns to action Saturday when it travels to Mt. Ida College in Newton, MA. Game time is scheduled for 1pm.For complete story, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. admin Latest posts by admin (see all) Latest Posts Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015last_img read more

Midfielder Erica Bodt develops as impact player on both sides of ball for Syracuse in junior season

first_imgBart Bodt remembers the conversations he had with his daughter over the past two years. He remembers her frustration. He remembers her being uncomfortable as one of Syracuse’s less important players.Entering Erica Bodt’s junior season, though, the SU coaching staff made a point of telling her it was looking for more offensive production from the starting midfielder. “(The coaches) trust us that we’re going to be able to take on that leadership role and have confidence in us,” Bodt said, “which really helps.”This season, the conversations with her dad about frustration have ended.Orange head coach Gary Gait said one of Bodt’s strengths is her ability to contribute on offense, defense and in transition. But recently, Bodt’s increased production — she’s scored six goals in the last three games after previously averaging just one per game — has helped lift the offense.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAnd in the third game since the indefinite suspension of midfielder Kelly Cross, Bodt’s role will continue to increase when No. 6 SU (9-4, 2-2 Atlantic Coast) takes on No. 13 Notre Dame (7-5, 2-3).“(She’s) just a solid player for us,” Gait said. “I’m just trying to find days where she can have more three-goal games, rather than one goal.”In her first two years, Bodt scored 11 and 12 goals, respectively. So far through just 13 games, Bodt’s already scored 15. Throughout her career, Bart Bodt has talked to his daughter about how good of a fit Syracuse is, regardless of being on the bench.“He’s by far the best coach we’ve ever come across in any of our lacrosse teams and club level, high school level, college level,” Bart Bodt said of Gait. “He’s just a phenomenal person for her in terms of her development.”Bodt attributes her breakout to more confidence. After her coaches asked her to step up, she felt comfortable assuming the new role.On the field, Bodt isn’t hesitating. Instead of thinking twice before dodging or shooting, she’s doing it immediately.“You catch a pass, as it’s coming to you, you think, ‘Yeah, I’m going to catch it,’ that’s more like the confidence,” fellow first-line midfielder Taylor Gait said of Bodt. “Or you’re going to goal, you’re about to shoot it and you’re like, ‘I’m going to make this shot.’ As opposed to going out there and being like, ‘I don’t know if I’m going to make this.’”The turning point for Bodt was a 14-13 win over then-No. 8 Virginia on Feb. 23. With 38 seconds remaining, she intercepted a pass to ice the game. The play foreshadowed how she would improve over the course of the season.“You can’t really second-guess those kinds of things,” Bodt said. “It’s either you do it or you don’t. It was kind of like I had to take the chance and do it and it worked out well.”While Bodt can make a variety of plays, attack Halle Majorana said she’s “unstoppable” when running toward the goal.During this past week, Bodt has worked specifically on her dodging and shooting and it paid off when she scored three goals, tying a career high, on Saturday against Virginia Tech.Bodt has risen to the occasion this year, and her importance will continue to be paramount in Cross’ absence.“I think she’s almost there,” Gait said. “I’m betting she’s going to peak for the second half of the season here, really step up her game.” Comments Published on April 6, 2015 at 10:48 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Roy Keane labels ‘rubbish’ West Ham ‘a disgrace’ after Spurs loss

first_imgROY KEANE slammed West Ham as ‘a disgrace’ as Jose Mourinho got off to a winning start as Tottenham boss.Spurs cruised into a 3-0 lead against the Hammers this afternoon before eventually winning 3-2.2 Roy Keane has branded West Ham a disgrace after losing to SpursCredit: ReutersAnd Keane reckons the poor performance from Manuel Pellegrini’s side was the main factor behind Mourinho’s debut win.He said on Sky Sports: “The biggest factor today I think were West Ham.”They were rubbish, absolute rubbish, an absolute disgrace.”It was an easy day for Tottenham, I know they made hard work of it in the last 15 or 20 minutes, typical Tottenham.2 Jose Mourinho got off to a winning startCredit: AFP or licensors”A lot of good players like to play when they’re 3-0 down, it’s a bit late then.”So it was an easy day for Tottenham but good to see Jose back in there again.”I think he’s a good fit for them. But today was easy, it couldn’t have been easier.”Harry Kane, Heung Min Son and Lucas Moura all found the net for Mourinho’s side as they recorded their first away win in the Premier League since January.And Mourinho appeared to be wowed by a moment of brilliance from Dele Alli after his flick helped to set up the second goal for Spurs.The Portuguese said after the game: “It was very very important.”11 months without music in the away dressing room, without a smile or happiness. They did it. I am very happy for them and with them.“If someone only saw the result they’d think it was very difficult for us. But it was probably closer to a 4-0 than 3-1 at one point.MOST READ IN SPORTTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own club”My players paid the price of a difficult week. International break, change of manager, new guy, different training.“I tried to give the players comfort and especially in this moment with a little bit of emotion around it, by asking of them things that they can give.”Sometimes we complicate things and ask things of the players that they’re not ready to give.”last_img read more

Man United flop could take a year to settle, claims former Red Devils striker

first_imgFormer Manchester United striker Louis Saha believes it could take a full year for Radamel Falcao to adapt to the English game.The Red Devils pulled off, what many regarded as, the biggest coup of the summer transfer window when they signed the Colombian on a season-long loan from Monaco.The 29-year-old arrived at Old Trafford with a reputation as one of the most feared strikers on the planet, but six months on he has scored just four goals.Saha believes it may take Falcao 12 months to get used to the physicality of the English game, but whether he gets that time remains to be seen.United have the option to buy Falcao for £43million at the end of the season, but with every poor performance from the Colombian, that seems more and more unlikely.“When you are in a different formation or different management then you have to adapt. It could take three months, six months or maybe a year before you understand it,” Saha said.“It happens to even the best players.“It happened to Patrice Evra here. For the first six months he was struggling. He didn’t seem to understand the physical nature of the game in England. But he changed into a terrific player.“Falcao is under pressure because of his contract. As a striker you want to score. When there is that amount of money involved you are under pressure.”Falcao’s latest sub-par display came on Monday when he was substituted after an hour of United’s 3-1 FA Cup win at Preston.United improved after the former Porto striker was hooked and United scored three quick goals to snuff out any chance of an upset and advance to a quarter-final with Arsenal.Falcao missed the World Cup due to a serious knee injury he sustained in January and since he moved to England, he has been troubled by a calf complaint.Saha, who suffered his fair share of injury problems during his five years at Old Trafford, understands what the striker is going through, and is sure he will be a success at the club eventually.“It is very hard. It is the hardest time in your life,” Saha said when asked about the difficulty of returning from long-term injuries.“You need to work with a team full of confidence. When I was coming back I had some team mate scoring goals every week so it was easier for me to adapt and just pick up some goals here and there. The pressure wasn’t as big.“I have sympathy with Falcao. I have no doubts about him. I know how hard it is to be a striker. There is always a lot of competition at this club.“It is a battle. But he has the quality to do a great job here.” Radamel Falcao and Angel di Maria 1last_img read more