HTML Box Score “We were fantastic tonight,” said Drake head coach Gareth Smith. “The guys were excellent defensively throughout the game with Darrin in goal and James Pendrigh leading the back line. Bradley has a very effective direct style on restarts and we had to be big in key moments.We created a number of chances on goal and we are encouraged by our dynamic movement going forward. Two great finishes by Wypych and Jaimes. These are tough games on the road, but we challenged our guys to find ways to win in difficult moments and they did.” Drake hosts Central Arkansas for senior night this Saturday evening at Cownie. First kick with the Bears is set for 7 p.m.Head coach @Coach_Gareth79 reflects on tonight’s hard fought overtime win versus Bradley pic.twitter.com/JUFlUxFzVJ— Drake Men’s Soccer (@DrakeMensSoccer) October 27, 2016 Live Stats PEORIA, Ill. – Sophomore Nic Jaimes (Olathe, Kan.) scored a golden goal late in the second overtime to lift the Drake University men’s soccer team past the Bradley Braves, 2-1, Tuesday, Oct. 26 night in Missouri Valley Conference action at Shea Stadium in Peoria. Central Arkansas 10/29/2016 – 7 PM Story Links Full Schedule Roster PDF Box Score The goal is the first of the season for Jaimes, who scored off an assist from redshirt senior Eric Williams (West Des Moines, Iowa). With less than two minutes remaining in the second overtime, Drake (5-9-1, 2-4-1 MVC) countered a Bradley (2-12-3, 0-6-1 MVC) attack as Bulldogs’ goalkeeper Darrin MacLeod (Waterloo, Ontario) sent the ball down the field and Williams collected a loose ball and then passed to Jaimes in the middle, who fired a shot in the top right corner of the net (108:23). Next Game: Preview The Braves forced overtime with a goal as regulation time expired. Bradley had a long throw in and off the loose ball Alex Garcia sent a one-timer over the head of MacLeod and into the back of the net. Senior James Wypych (Wellington, New Zealand) scored the first goal for Drake in the 71st minute (71:36). Bradley failed to clear the ball in front of its goal and Wypych finished from five yards out. The goal is fourth in the past two games for Wypych, who leads the team with seven this season. Comments from the game winner @tht_onekid . His strike propelled DMS over Bradley 2-1 in overtime! pic.twitter.com/373xBTQcjW— Drake Men’s Soccer (@DrakeMensSoccer) October 27, 2016Print Friendly Version
Just like the NBA Finals, we can now consider the Warriors’ running feud with Drake to be all even after Sunday night.Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson dished out some trashtalk to the rapper in the hallway while waiting to congratulate their teammates following the Warriors’ 109-104 victory in Game 2 at Scotiabank Arena.KURTENBACH: Crucial split for limping Warriors Drake, who had rankled the Warriors with … Click here if you’re unable to view the photo gallery on your mobile device.
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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Another cold day today over the state, but we should see some better sunshine potential through the day, as winds shift just a bit, and we see less of an influence from the Great Lakes. The only place we will not back away from lake influence today is in NE Ohio, where we expect clouds and lake effect snow potential to linger though at least midday. For the rest of us, we suggest you don’t get used to any sun you see, today. Clouds roll back in tomorrow and we finish the week with a significant rain maker. Tomorrow, with the clouds, we can’t rule out some minor precipitation. However, it looks like for the most part, Thursday action will be limited to far northern areas of the state and far southern Ohio. In fact, the middle three quarters of the state probably just sees clouds through the day tomorrow. Up north, we cant rule out light snow showers, and we can see both sprinkles and flurries in the south. AS warm air starts to work in over the state, we will see better chances of liquid precipitation over frozen a the day wears on. Overnight tomorrow night through midday Friday we see another wave of moisture that can trigger a few hundredths to .1″ of liquid. The balance of Friday stays cloudy, as temps continue to warm. Big rains arrive early Saturday, sweeping across the state through the day and overnight Saturday night. Strong gusty winds will accompany the rain, and we will not rule out a thunderstorm. While we see a dry slot work in farther west, on Sunday, we cant rule out precipitation over Ohio. We have to look for additional Sunday showers with about 60% coverage through midnight Sunday night. Combined rain totals for the event remain at half to 1.5” over 100% of the state. Temperatures will be well above normal for the entire weekend. Even if you happen to be in an area that misses out on most of the Sunday rains (far western and southwestern OH), half to 1.5” rains on Saturday will be more than you need. The map at right shows rain totals through Sunday night. Cold air finally blasts into the state overnight Sunday night through Monday, as we get the backside circulation coming in from the north and west. This promoted some light snow through Monday, mostly north of I-70, and we can see a fresh coating to no more than an inch. Strong north winds coming across all of the Great Lakes mean we can see some lake effect snow in far NW and northern Ohio, up in to Michigan and southern Ontario. Areas south of I-70 in southern Ohio likely just turn colder with a mix of clouds and sun. Cold air remains over the state from Tuesday through Thursday, but we are scaling back precipitation threats for Tuesday and Wednesday and leaning toward a drier forecast for those days. No change in our extended forecast this morning. There is a small chance of light snow next Friday, but coverage and amounts are underwhelming. Better precipitation rolls in for Sunday the 9th with some .25″-1″ potential (liquid equivalent) here in Ohio. Some leftover light snow falls to start the week after next on Monday, but then we turn warmer for the next three days, Tuesday through Thursday, with above normal temps. This will lead to another significant storm complex around the 15th or 16th.
Swivel & The Webcam Social ShopperWith the 2010 release of the Microsoft Kinect, the world is quickly getting used to the idea using your entire body as a controller. The device sold like hotcakes and now people are playing video games and controlling their Netflix accounts with the swing of an arm and shake of a hip. What if, instead, you could use this same interface to see if that shirt really goes with that pair of pants? Or how about that purse with that dress? That’s the vision of Swivel from FaceCake Marketing Technologies and The Webcam Social Shopper from Zugara. Simply stand in front of an Internet-connected camera and try on your clothing before you buy it online.Now, is it perfect? Far from it. The video was choppy and we have to wonder exactly how a system like this could tell you how something will really look on your without a full-body, 3D scan, but maybe that isn’t the whole point. Maybe it’s better to go from nothing to something, and right now when you’re shopping online you have nothing. Will this tell you if those pants are going to be a little tight? Or that shirt a little to slim in the shoulders? No. But it will tell you how they look together. Both companies go beyond virtually trying on clothes, however, and tackle the more broad realm of augmented reality. In reality, the virtual dressing room is just one example of a wide variety of implementations and, if the Kinect is any indication, we’re going to see a lot more from where these come from. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… mike melanson While the majority of companies launching at DEMO are entirely Web-based, there are some exceptions. This morning, we saw a handful companies hit the stage with gadgets in-hand (or in tow) that offer interesting perspectives on the future. What does the future look like? If DEMO is any indication, it’s filled with mind-reading headbands, and augmented reality dressing rooms, and kiosks that eat your old devices and spit out cash in return. EcoATMEvery year, more than 500 million devices reach consumers hands. The average smartphone lasts barely more than a year, with the average consumer swapping out at the 13 month mark. Where do these devices end up? In the landfill. What’s the solution? An automated recycling station at your local grocery store that takes your old devices and give you cash or store credit in return, automatically. It’s call the ecoATM and it’s currently All you need to do is put your old device, be it a smartphone, MP3 player, game DVD, GPS unit or other device into the unit and it scans it and determines what it is. It then determines the object’s condition and figures out a price. Then, right there on the spot, the machine offers you store credit or cold, hard cash. That’s how we like our eco-activism – meted out in crisp 10s and 20s. MindWave from NeuroSkyIn a world of multitasking and distraction, it can be hard to concentrate. NeuroSky makes a game of it. Their device, which you wear on your forehead, monitors electrical EEG brainwave impulses and feeds the data through an algorithm to determine your state of mind. It then uses this measurement to advance the game. For example, on app requires a certain level of concentration to push an apple across the screen. Another poses quick mathematical questions and then graphs your ability to quickly and accurately respond. Children’s games, however, seem to be just that. The company has a much larger play on its hands, with biosensors providing early diagnoses, “seizures avoided, machines operated, movies edited, games controlled, REM prolonged, bullseyes scored, and lessons learned using only the power of biosensors.” Tags:#conferences#DEMO 2011#web A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting