U.P. Residence Well being & Hospice cancels 2021 ‘Dancing with our Stars, Marquette County Model’

MARQUETTE COUNTY, Michigan (Press Release / WLUC) – UP Home Health & Hospice (UPHHH) announces that “Dancing With Our Stars Marquette Style” has been canceled for 2021.

The eighth annual event has been postponed to May 2022 due to COVID-19 restrictions and at the request of the cast in order to host the best possible event.

This event, which benefits the UP Hospice Foundation, started in 2013 and was the only fundraiser for the hospice foundation.

“It is everyone’s hope that by 2022 we can fill the Forest Roberts Theater again and deliver the fun and excitement that this show has consistently brought with it since its inception,” UPHHH said in a press release.

While moving the DWOS Superheroes & Villains Edition to Wednesday May 25 and Thursday May 26, 2022 was a tough decision, it was made for the benefit of our dance couples, dance professionals, logistics coordinators, and our community. With this change, the majority of the cast originally hired for 2020 will continue their journey to perform in DWOS superheroes and villains.

All sponsorships will be carried over to the benefit from 2022. If you’ve purchased tickets for the performance and want to overcome the ticket sales rush for next year, you can keep your existing seats and use them for the 2022 performance. If you would like to support the Hospice Foundation, please visit uphomehealth.org/hospice-foundation.

If you have any questions or would like to request a refund for your tickets, please call UP Home Health & Hospice at 906-225-4545.

Since 1973, UP Home Health & Hospice has been the only local comprehensive provider of home health, hospice and services services. Our agency is considered an essential service provider and we continue to offer our patients and families all the services they need. We recognize that patients and families continue to need these critical services as they are isolated where they live. We take your safety very seriously and take all precautionary measures to control infection. Please know that we are here for you at this uncertain time.

Copyright 2021 UPHHH via WLUC. All rights reserved.

Steve Kornacki on Election 2020 Protection and Turning into a Model Icon

Your coverage of the marathon elections was legendary. Are you still recovering

We started at 6pm on Tuesday evening. I slept a couple of hours from Wednesday to Thursday, then went straight back inside. Thursday through Friday we worked around the clock again and I was out all night. That was the night Biden took the lead in Georgia. It was three or four in the morning. There’s a board that I use in the air, and right behind it we had a couple of folding chairs and a table. I would come out of the air and sit down and my eyes would be so heavy I could have fallen asleep. But as soon as we got an update I got an energy boost and had no problem. I didn’t feel tired in the air. The election was finally scheduled on Saturday around 11:30 am and I was out of the studio by noon.

You have suddenly become a style icon for your uniform of gap khakis, white shirt and tie. Did you have to wear a uniform to school as a child?

It was a very strange thing to see the attention my clothes got just because it was so inversely related to the amount of thought I put into them. I went to a public school so we didn’t have to wear a tie. I still couldn’t even tie a tie if you asked me to. When it comes to pants, they say that consumption habits are established at a relatively young age. Well, about 20 years ago I wore these pants and said, ah, this works for me, and out of habit I just keep buying them and never think about them.

Wait, you don’t know how to tie a tie?

I learned that all you need to know is people who know how to tie ties and they will tie them for you and you can put them on and off easily. I have a shelf in my office that has three ties on it right now and they’re all tied so they’re ready to go.

How does it feel to become such a beloved public figure? You have People’s “Sexiest Man Alive!” List, celebrities have your name screaming and have been on all talk shows.

Since this is all happening during the pandemic, I don’t really feel it. It’s not like I’m going anywhere. Seeing some of the stuff online was flattering, but strange. I also think these things come and go.

What’s the strangest thing a fan sent you?

I received a couple of ties. And as I said, I can’t really tie them.

They crack statistics and data. Were you good at math in school?

I was probably the worst calculus student in my high school history. To this day I have stress dreams that I am back to trigonometry or calculus, trying to figure out the volume of a cone or sphere. But for whatever reason, I’m good at computer math, adding and subtracting on the fly. And I actually did statistics for my high school basketball team.

What was it like going from the election to the NFL playoff probability breakdown for Sunday Night Football?

It flowed naturally. I played Road to 270 on the board for two months – “If Biden wins this state but if Trump wins this state” – and it’s the same for playoffs: “See if the Steelers lose this game next week and The Bills.” win this game, it’s going to change the playoff picture so much. ”I’m a huge sports fan and follow this stuff at first so it was a really similar approach.

You wrote a book in 2018, The Red and the Blue, about the birth of tribalism in our political parties. Do you see an episode between sport and politics these days?

The tribalism of sport invades our politics. In sport, if the referee makes a call and goes against the home team, it doesn’t matter if the call is right or wrong, the crowd will make fun of it. And if the call goes in favor of the home team, the crowd will cheer, and again, it has nothing to do with whether the call itself is right or wrong. It has to do with it, did it help or harm the team we’re cheering for? It’s a healthy thing in sport, but I don’t think that’s a healthy thing in politics.

What does the rest of 2021 have in store for you?

I’m as curious as anyone about what American politics will look like in a month, three months, six months from now. There will be mid-term elections next year. There will be some gubernatorial elections this fall. The New York Mayor’s race will take place later this year. I’m sure there will be some high stakes special elections. I know wherever they are, whenever they are, whatever they are, I’ll cover them live when the voices come in.

Native man forges distinctive frontier-style knives from scratch | Information

Unwanted pieces of steel, cowhide, deerskin and antlers don’t seem to be an appealing group of materials. But that’s all Verlin Cossel needs to create finely crafted works of art.

64-year-old Cossel has lived in Bowling Green since 2002 and has forged unique knives in the shop behind his house for the past three years.

At first Cossel started making knives as a hobby just to keep busy. But as he nears retirement, the craftsman considers turning his interest into a daily routine.

“I’ve always liked doing things with my hands,” said Cossel. “It’s all about creating. There is nothing better than creating something out of nothing. “

According to Cossel, he uses the “old way” to make his knives.

This technique is highlighted by a massive coal forge used to heat high carbon steel commonly used in hay rake tines and railroad spikes.

Dozens of aged hammers line the walls around his forge, while a multitude of antlers hang from the rafters above.

“It’s like traveling back in time,” says Cossel.

After putting steel in the forge, Cossel begins raising the temperature of the fire with a hand-cranked fan.

As soon as the steel turns bright orange, he takes it from the forge and begins shaping it into the shape of a knife by hammering the steel on antique anvils.

Cossel continues this process until he has finally made the steel according to his wishes. Then he sews the handle of the knife together with cowhide, deerskin or the antlers that he finds and buys at flea markets.

These materials give every knife a unique, rustic frontier look as Cossel tries to give a new idea to every knife he creates. He also stamps his work to add the perfect finishing touch to any project.

In total, it takes about three days to make a single knife.

He first came to the company after visiting other cutlers across south-central Kentucky who also use a coal forge for their work.

After attending a seminar on making knives, Cossel was enthusiastic about his new hobby.

Almost four years later, the Bowling Green resident honed his skills to the point that his work was recognized in several publications nationwide.

Cossel’s knives have featured on the covers of Muzzleloader and Muzzle Blast magazines and have been recognized as artisans by the Contemporary Rifle Association. The association characterizes its work as “exquisite hand-forged border knives”.

“I only like it because someone else recognizes my work,” Cossel said of the recognitions. “But I don’t really do it for that. Every time I do something, I learn something. That’s what I like to do. “

Cossel works all week at Toyota from Bowling Green in the service department. On the weekends and in his free time outside of his daily work, he concentrates on making knives.

With his imminent retirement, Cossel is focused on continuing his work while teaching others his own techniques. He says there is a thriving cutlery community in Bowling Green.

“I look forward to walking out my back door every day and coming here to do what I love,” Cossel said.

His work has already attracted the interest of many across the city. Cossel will regularly make knives and donate them to various companies that sell his work at auctions.

For example, one of his knives will be part of an auction at Hope House’s Cooking For Hope event on May 27th.

Cossel added that his knives are for sale to anyone interested. Occasionally he also makes small handicrafts from steel, such as small crosses.

– Follow reporter John Reecer on Twitter @JReecerBGDN or visit bgdailynews.com.

Opinion: Summers residing off the land influenced management type of Inuk CEO Clint Davis

Clint Davis says, “The key to success for indigenous businesses begins with medium and large companies opening up their sourcing processes to support underrepresented businesses beyond their normal suppliers.”

Illustration by Chief Lady Bird

Clint Davis, Inuk from Labrador, is President and Chief Executive Officer of Nunasi Corp., an Inuit development company headquartered in Iqaluit. Mr. Davis holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Acadia University, a law degree from Dalhousie University, and a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University, where he was a Canadian-American Fulbright Fellow. Prior to joining Nunasi, he was CEO of North35 Capital Partners, a corporate and capital advisory firm that worked with indigenous governments and business development firms to drive growth. Mr. Davis was also vice president of indigenous banking at Toronto-Dominion Bank. In 2016, Mr. Davis received the Indspire Award for Business and Commerce.

How has your upbringing influenced your perspective as a leader?

My mother was quite young when she had me, and that’s how my grandparents raised me. My grandfather was a hunter, fisherman, and trapper, and while he was in the country my grandmother raised nine children alone. As a child, my family went to our cabin on the Labrador coast every summer to fish and pick berries. It was and is a very remote area. There was no running water or electricity, just the forest and the river. The time we spent there was really about living on the land like in the past. These years in the country were very formative experiences for me.

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As I got older and worked mostly in urban areas, I felt especially blessed to have experienced this. Now I really cherish these memories and in spite of all the mosquitoes I base myself in these feelings of gratitude.

How has your Inuk identity influenced your career?

It has influenced and continues to influence my value system and how I make decisions, especially professional ones. If you look at my resume you can clearly see that I was down a certain path in the work I was involved in. This was not only because I found learning about indigenous law, politics, or economics intellectually stimulating, but also because the positions and organizations related to larger issues that were important to me.

The fact that my community was going through the land claim process sparked my interest in indigenous laws and guidelines. It was also the basis of my interest in broader issues that improve the socio-economic position of indigenous people through greater participation in the Canadian economy. Throughout my career I have always looked for opportunities to contribute because I have certain skills and thought that I could be of value in that regard. Being an Inuk is something I am very proud of and my identity has influenced me in so many important ways.

After working in both the public and private sectors, how do you think companies can learn from government?

I think government is very much about balance. When you work in the public service, you always weigh different interests, considerations in the allocation of your financial resources, and the complex consequences of the policies you follow. They get used to asking the question: How does this affect our citizens and improve society?

On the other hand, I believe that different industries and companies are gradually realizing that business is bigger than just maximizing shareholder wealth. I think that’s why ESG is growing in popularity [environmental, social, and governance] and socially responsible investing. I think the business is gradually realizing the need for balance and addressing issues and considerations that they have never had to deal with before. Some of these include indigenous rights, the environment, and equity, diversity and inclusion. Most of all, I think the government has a lot to teach in order to be a better corporate citizen.

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Can you briefly describe today’s “indigenous economy”?

The two main drivers of the indigenous economy are indigenous entrepreneurs with over 30,000 across the country, as well as jointly owned companies or development companies. While there is great diversity in their approaches, structures, and strategies, there are also some important things that they have in common. This generally includes a foundation of indigenous values, respect for the land, a long-term business vision, and a value for culture. Based on research by the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, every entrepreneur places great value on recruiting, training, and developing indigenous peoples, although indigenous-owned businesses are small to medium-sized.

What are three keys to successfully supporting indigenous businesses and business owners?

The key to success for indigenous companies begins with medium and large companies opening up their sourcing processes to support underrepresented companies beyond their normal suppliers. By setting hard goals for these companies, a new market and customer base is created for indigenous companies. Additionally, the amount of money the Canadian government spends each year pales in comparison to the amount of money it could spend on indigenous businesses compared to what they could actually do. They recently made a public commitment to 5 percent of their procurement spending on indigenous businesses. Once that happens, it will have a profound impact on the indigenous economy.

I think some of the other keys to the support and success of indigenous businesses, especially in the communities, are the need for basic infrastructure. While this certainly affects things like buildings and roads, it extends further these days as well. When everything is online, it is very difficult to run a business when you live in a community where you have limited connectivity.

After all, not only do we need debt, we also need more organizations to inject equity into indigenous businesses. For example, I think organizations like the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association or Raven Capital Partners are vital in providing the necessary capital for startups through co-investment and financial innovation opportunities.

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What advice do you have for Indigenous youth reading the column?

Dream big, concentrate on your education and stay close to your identity and be proud of it. My wife and I keep telling our three children this. I believe this will help indigenous youth have a positive impact on their communities, their nations and the world at large.

Read more from our series of indigenous business leaders:

For Mi’kmaw educator Marie Battiste, inner growth is essential to being a leader

“Our survival depends entirely on living in nature, not on it,” says the indigenous rights attorney

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For Senator Murray Sinclair, leadership is defined by humility

Trust is the foundation of leadership, says Membertou First Nation Chief Terry Paul

We need to make economic reconciliation a priority, says Tabatha Bull, CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

For Tracy Bear, leadership begins with accountability, service, and connection with the land

For APTN managing director Monika Ille, leadership means honoring the history of her nation

Pause, Think, Listen: National Bank Financial’s Sean St. John on Using Indigenous Leadership Approaches

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About the series

Canada has a long history of dispossession, oppression and discrimination against indigenous peoples. However, the future is full of hope. The indigenous population is the fastest growing population in Canada. His youth catalyzes coast-to-coast change. Indigenous knowledge and teachings guide innovative approaches to environmental protection and holistic wellbeing worldwide. Indigenous scientists are leading the way in exciting new research in science, business and beyond. There is no better or more urgent time to understand and celebrate the importance of indigenous insights, culture and perspectives.

Optimism is rare in the media. And reporting on indigenous peoples often fails to capture their brilliance, diversity and strength. In this weekly series of interviews, we will involve Indigenous leaders in thoughtful conversations and share their stories, strategies, challenges and successes.

Karl Moore is a professor in the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University in Montreal. He is also an Associate Fellow at Green Templeton College, Oxford University. He hosted a long-running video series for The Globe and Mail interviewing business leaders and business professors from the world’s best universities. His column Rethinking Leadership was published at Forbes.com Since 2011, he has built a worldwide reputation for research and writing on leadership, interviewing more than 1,000 executives, including CEOs, prime ministers and generals.

Wáhiakatste Diome-Deer is doing her Masters in Educational Leadership at McGill. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Brain Science from Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, and a degree from Harvard University, Massachusetts. She is an education, leadership, and indigenization consultant for organizations and schools, and previously held positions at the Kahnawake Education Center, the Quebec Native Women Association, and the Canadian Executive Service Organization. Ms. Diome-Deer is a traditional Kanien’kehá: ka woman from the Kahnawà: ke community.

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All of the Instances Harry Kinds Deserved a Grammy for His Model

It never goes out of style.

That’s true, Harry Styles knows how to deliver an unforgettable fashion moment. In fact, the “Adore You” singer has grown into one of Hollywood’s most stylish celebrities over the years. Whether he’s turning his head on a red carpet or rocking on stage, the 27-year-old star loves making bold statements with his fashion.

Who could forget the iconic blue velvet Gucci suit that the A direction Artist Contributed to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in 2019? That same year, Styles stole the show in 2019 Met Gala, Where He put on a sheer Gucci top with lace and ruffles.

And during many events due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Styles is nominated for three awards In the 2021 Grammysscheduled for March 14th. Will we get a glimpse of Styles and his award-winning fashions during the ceremony? We have to wait and find out.

Navy blazers a staple, button type colours ensemble

Q I have been reading your column regularly for over 10 years. Now I have a question. Although I have a couple of navy blazers, I recently bought another one that has brown leather buttons instead of the traditional brass buttons. Are the brown buttons acceptable and / or stylish, or should I swap them out for the traditional brass buttons?

A Your new purchase of a blue blazer with no brass buttons is a good style decision. Don’t lose your nerve and feel like you need to go back to the traditional preppy / navy blue look everyone is used to.

I always believe that a navy blazer is a must in every man’s wardrobe. It is a versatile item of clothing that you can take with you on many occasions and help you feel safe. Because it is so useful, many men have more than one. Each can have a slightly different purpose. And in recent years it has become even more of a mainstay; it also added some new variations. The well-dressed man of today may wear it for semi-dressed occasions, for business casual, or for blue jean casual. It’s a staple that can go in many directions depending on the fabric, cut, shirt, and buttons – up or down.

The fabrics and textures range from cashmere and fine worsted wool to nubby hopsacking and smooth cotton. The cut can be single-row or double-row with a single back vent or double British vents. The lapels can either be notched or tapered for the more fashionable dresser. Closing is mostly done with two buttons or maybe one button

The buttons are the most obvious and noticeable elements. They can deliver a touch of stroke and style.

• Brass is the traditional standard.

• Real horn and plastic buttons are available in navy, black or brown.

• Leather is usually brown, like the jacket you bought.

• Unique enamel buttons (often with crests or monograms) or silver-colored pewter can add a distinctive custom touch.

• Dark buttons add a touch of elegance to your blazer: navy or black are the most elegant; Brown is more casual and unusual.

In terms of what you pair your blazer with, the basic navy blazer with brass buttons – the most conservative choice – goes with gray flannel pants or khaki (and occasionally white) cotton pants. Historically, it’s a somewhat casual result of the original design worn by sailors. A dark blue blazer with brown buttons goes well with suit pants in khaki or taupe (especially shoes from the brown family). And for a nice Palm Beach or Newport look, I often recommend using a tailor that replaces white pearl buttons after Memorial Day and through Labor Day. Of course, not every man wants this look or grooming enough to go to the trouble of getting it back to the tailor for the end of summer.

Your choice of shirt under the blazer offers unlimited possibilities: elegant woolen scarves with French cuffs, monochrome Oxford fabric buttons, subtle or bold stripes, short-sleeved polos and turtlenecks. A contrasting v-neck vest is another option for layering.

The best way to ensure that your navy blazer doesn’t look like it was a blue suit jacket is to wear it with pants other than navy, such as a pair of pants. B. with gray, khaki, olive, cream-colored wool and white cotton. “Duck” and either white or blue jeans.

With prices across the board (from $ 100 to $ 4,000), another navy blazer is a smart investment, and the buttons are a personal choice … based on the advice above, of course.

Please send questions about men’s clothing and care to MALE CALL:

Lois.Fenton@prodigy.net

In concession to COVID, Lovell voters prove for drive-in-style city assembly

Lovell’s town meeting was held in a drive-in style recreation area on Smart Hill Road. Voters could turn on their car radios to hear the moderator and selection panel members and then vote by lifting green or red paddles to indicate their positions on the warrant articles. Andree Kehn / Sun Journal

Phoebe Monteith is voting on an article at Lovell’s drive-in style town get-together on Saturday. Voters were given green and red paddles to signal their approval or disapproval of the warrant articles. Andree Kehn / Sun Journal Buy this photo

LOVELL – In a COVID-related twist on the traditional annual city get-together, voters here on Saturday approved a municipal budget of $ 1.1 million for their cars and trucks and listened to what was going on on their radios.

Selected Ms. Janice Arsenault said all 85 items on the warrant were approved at the meeting as voters, parked in the recreation field on Smart Hill Road, listening from the comfort of their vehicles, and then voting by lifting either green or red paddles to signal their voice.

The budget of $ 1.1 million was roughly $ 150,000 less than last year.

Among the larger items approved at the city meeting were $ 330,000 for various city fees, $ 139,000 for maintenance of the city’s roads and bridges, and $ 110,000 for snow removal and maintenance of winter roads.

Selectman Robert Drew, who ran for another term unopposed, was re-elected to the board for a further three-year term.

The moderator of the Lovell city meeting, Jon Bliss, contacted Selectboard members Robert Drew and Janice Arsenault during the city meeting on Saturday. The meeting took place in a drive-through style in a recreation area on Smart Hill Road. Andree Kehn / Sun Journal

Eric Gulbrandsen holds his green paddle out of the car window to endorse an arrest warrant article during Lovell’s town meeting on Saturday. Andree Kehn / Sun Journal

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Dominick Cruz’s Fashion “Hasn’t Modified A lot” In Final 5 to 10 Years

Las Vegas, NV – Your next fight is always your biggest, as the saying goes. But at UFC 259 on Saturday night, Casey Kenney’s next fight is really his biggest.

That’s because it goes against former bantamweight champion and future Hall of Famer Dominick Cruz.

Kenney (16-2-1) is the aspiring junior player. But after 3-1 in 2020 and three wins in a row, he has the chance of his life on Saturday evening. The chance to break into the mainstream and land yourself in the top 15 of the stacked bantamweight division for sure.

“Sometimes when an opportunity presents itself, you have to seize it, and I think I did in 2020,” Kenney said during UFC 259 media day. “So here we are.”

Much has been made over the years about Cruz’s unique fighting style and absolutely superb footwork. Even his Campaigners have taken note. Kenny agrees that Cruz is unique – but maybe a little less these days.

“Every fighter I prepare for prepares me first. Sharpen everything I have and everything I have worked for and what I am working towards. At that level, of course, we have to take into account the fact that people like Dominick Cruz are a little bit unique, “said Kenny. “I think it was very unique 5, 10 years ago, but guys who change their attitudes, do their footwork, all that stuff – that’s something I’ve seen most of my career.”

With that in mind, the road to victory for Kenney may have been laid by Cruz’s final opponent, Henry Cejudo. Cejudo had great success with kicks at the beginning. “Dominick, he didn’t look much different in his last few fights. Like the Garbrandt, the Cejudo, the Dillashaw [fights]It looks like the same guy compared to you 5 to 10 years ago, “noted Kenney. “Obviously he has a high Combat IQ. I might expect a few curveballs too. But Dominick has his style and not much has changed in the last 5-10 years. “

Casey Kenney will face Dominick Cruz at UFC 259 this Saturday, March 6th at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada.

CBB Recreation Day: Let’s ship the seniors off in fashion!

We made it to the end of the regular season.

The 2020-21 regular season in Missouri ends today. One in which the Tigers ranked for eleven consecutive weeks, mostly from the Missouri Five Seniors game. Together they played over 60% of the minutes in a season when Missouri basketball means something again.

Beyond the top 25 rankings – for the first time since early 2014 and for the longest time since 2012-13 – Missouri has won 15 games on a shortened schedule. If you add two probable wins against Vanderbilt and Texas A & M. The Tigers, canceled due to COVID interruptions and some home wins against medium-sized opponents, are most likely already 20 game winners in a normal year.

The building blocks of this season began long ago, when Barack Obama was president, believe it or not. In fact it was September 19, 2015 when Mitchell Smith volunteered for Missouri. Smith was originally a recruit to Kim Anderson who tore his ACL against LSU redshirted in January 2017, Cuonzo Martin’s first year, and turned into an important reserve over the past three seasons. There are moments when a player’s light comes on, and it is in that moment that he saw Mitchell Smith take on Braggin ‘Rights in the game. We’re making a lot of ado about Javon Pickett and his Illinois zone … but nobody plays harder in this game than Mitchell Smith. He takes charge, dives for loose balls, and if you followed most of the burns on the floor over the course of their career at Mizzou, few players would have the scars to show them more than Mitch (maybe Jason Sutherland, but most were his self-inflicted).

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Mitchell embodies everything that’s right in college basketball. A guy who was Arkansas State Player of the Year for his senior year. A senior class with Malik Monk, who is currently (4 years) collecting paychecks from the Charlotte Bobcats. An elite high school player who competes against the odds of college basketball, injury, coach sales, role changes, and success.

While Smith was rehabilitating his ACL injury, the program went around him at warp speed. Cuonzo Martin was brought in along with the Porter makeover. which included Jeremiah Tilmon. Tilmon has been inconsistent in his four years but he really broke out as the main player on this roster this year. With Tilmon, Mizzou is 15-5 and possibly still a protected seed in the NCAA tournament (Be a miss Results be damn).

Mizzous back yard was redone almost three years ago when they received commitments from Mark Smith on April 15, 2018and then just below two weeks later, Dru Smith also signed up. Mark was the Tigers’ most consistent outside shooter and a staunch defender, and Dru has turned into an all-SEC guard. They also gave us the following:

Then, last April, Cuonzo Martin finished his senior class. He added Hawaii graduate transfer Drew Buggs. Buggs was an almost perfect match for this team. Sure, they could have used someone who was a more adept scorer, but it’s hard to argue with a man who has the best +/- of the team per possession. Buggs isn’t worried about awards; He is here to prop up margins and help this team win.

And this group has changed the perception of Missouri basketball. And for that they deserve our thanks. They also deserve a full house of fans cheering them on and thanking them for everything. But COVID also influenced that. In an abnormal year, we get an abnormal show for a group of players who are far from ordinary.

Mizzou plays at 2 p.m. Let’s send them off in style.

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CBB matchday, March 6, 2021

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Indiana State 20 Loyola 12.00 CBSSN
17 State of Oklahoma 6 West Virginia 1:00 PM ESPN2
8 Alabama Georgia 1:00 PM CBS
Indiana 23 Purdue 1:00 PM ESPN
10 Villanova providence 1:30 p.m. FOX
4 Illinois 7 Ohio State 3:00 p.m. ESPN
21 Virginia Louisville 3:00 p.m. ESPN2
Texas A & M. 12 Arkansas 4 p.m. SECN
servant 14 Creighton 4 p.m. FOX
22 Virginia Tech NC status Canceled
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Mississippi State Auburn 12.00 SECN
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UFC 259: LIVE Radio-Model YT PBP ‘Blachowicz vs. Adesanya’

Visit us tonight for a LIVE, play-by-play radio-style broadcast of the UFC 259 PPV (Pay-Per-View) MAIN CARD with LIVE Updates, Comments, Results and Reactions starting at 9:30 PM – 10:00 PM ET to mark the beginning of the Featured Prelim bout between Dominick Cruz and Casey Kenney. Throughout the show, our host Matt Ryan, along with his co-host Harry Terjanian, will be running a radio-style play-by-play / narration broadcast on every single major piece of violence. The show is a live YouTube stream broadcast from New Jersey in the video player above. Please join us and be sure to subscribe Martial culture on YouTube.

On Saturday evening, March 6, 2021, the UFC is presenting three title bouts for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship, the UFC Featherweight Championship for Women and the UFC Featherweight Championship on the main map. The UFC 259 The PPV event will air from the Apex Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Back to the octagon for this main event, we have reigning UFC light heavyweight champion Jan Blachowicz with a remarkable 27-8 record after nearly six months on hiatus from UFC action to try to win his title against reigning UFC middleweight champion defend, ‘The Last Stylebender’ Israel Adesanya – arguably one of the best strikers in all of MMA – takes on his impressive, unbeaten 20-0 record.

In the co-main event we have the highly predictable UFC Featherweight Championship for women between ‘The Lioness’, Amanda Nunes, who comes in fourth with a strong record of 20-4 against Megan Anderson in the octagon. 4 record. Nunes is a big favorite in this fight so it is very likely that Anderson will take a heavy blow down here. Nunes is the first woman to become a two-division UFC champion, after Conor McGregor and Daniel Cormier, and the third female fighter in UFC history to hold two-weight titles at the same time. She is also the first and only female fighter in UFC history to defend two titles while keeping them active. Nunes is widely considered to be the greatest female MMA fighter of all time.

Our third title bout of the event is for the UFC bantamweight championship between reigning champion Petr Yan and top contender, Aljamain ‘Funk Master’ Sterling. Our people here at BE tend primarily to win Yan by decision here, but we do Got a few holdouts for Sterling to get the title from Yan …

Also on the menu is an exciting light heavyweight fight between battle veteran ‘Maretta’ (The Sledgehammer) Thiago Santos, whose 21-8 career record was held with a 13-1 win against the up-and-coming Aleksandar Rakić. 2 record (with only one loss since October 2011). Rakić made his UFC debut a little over three years ago and is a rising star currently ranked 5th, behind Santos, who is ranked 4th after eight years of UFC performance.

These fights are preceded by a fully packed sub-map with ten fights. What a wild night of fighting we have to share with you!

Here’s a look at the battle map and the current battle records –

UFC 259: ‘BLACHOWICZ VS ADESANYA’

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15th UFC Light Heavyweight Championship:
205 pounds Jan Blachowicz (27-8) against Israel Adesanya (20-0)

14th UFC Featherweight Championship:
£ 145 Amanda Nunes (20-4) v Megan Anderson (10-4)

13th UFC Bantamweight Championship:
135 pounds Petr Yan (15-1) versus Aljamain Sterling (19-3)

12. 155 pounds Islam Makhachev (18-1) vs Drew Dober (23-9)

11. 205 pounds Thiago Santos (21-8) vs. Aleksandar Rakic ​​(13-2)

Remember it BloodyElbow.com offers LIVE round after round, blow after blow coverage of the entire UFC 259 Combat card right HERE, starting with the ESPN +/ UFC Fight Pass Early Prelims at 6:00 p.m. / 3:00 p.m. ETPT and ESPN + / ESPN Prelims at 8:00 p.m. / 5:00 p.m. ETPT with our main ESPN + Start time of the PPV card at around 10:00 p.m. / 7:00 p.m. ETPT.

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Although we do not offer a play-by-play radio-style preliminary round, we will publish a result report for you here on Bloody Elbow. Here’s a look at the Prelims Card:

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10. 135 pounds Dominick Cruz (22-3) versus Casey Kenney (16-2)

9.135 pounds Kyler Phillips (8-1) vs Yadong Song (16-4)

8. 125 pounds Joseph Benavidez (28-7) versus Askar Askarov (13-0)

7. 125 pounds Kai Kara-France (21-9) vs. Rogério Bontorin (16-2)

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6. 125 pounds Tim Elliott (16-11) v Jordan Espinosa (15-8)

5. 205 pounds Carlos Ulberg (3-0) versus Kennedy Nzechukwu (7-1)

4.170 pounds Sean Brady (13-0) versus Jake Matthews (17-4)

3. 115 pounds Livinha Souza (14-2) vs. Amanda Lemos (8-1)

2.155 pounds Uros Medic (6-0) vs Aalon Cruz (8-3)

1. 135 pounds Trevin Jones (12-6) versus Marlo Bautista (8-1)

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Come with us after the fights 6TH ROUND POST-FIGHT SHOW, for hot takes, possible next fights, results and reactions to the overall event with your Bloody Elbow hosts, Zane Simon & Eddie Mercado. Find this in-depth analysis on the UFC 259 Event on our BE Presents YouTube and SoundCloud channels. The link to the post-fight show will be updated live HERE right after the fights are over …

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