Tate Martell

20 Jul 19
Buckeyes Wire

Highlights from 2019 Big Ten Football Media Days and kickoff luncheon. Now who’s ready for kickoff?#B1GFootball x #B1GMediaDay pic.twitter.com/QVbWNJE3y3 — Big Ten Football (@B1Gfootball) July 20, 2019 Big Ten Media Days is now in the books and as always it was a bit of a zoo. Fourteen head coaches speaking for fourteen schools, conference commissioner […]

19 Jul 19
News Directory

K.J. The upgraded talent is coming Osborn to Miami's football program and Miami's football program is a much needed leader in the wide reception room. K.J. Osborn joined Miami's football program as a university graduate from Buffalo University. Osborn played three seasons with the Bulls after being again a fresh man in 2015. He was […]

18 Jul 19
Archy news nety

K.J. Osborn's arrival at the Miami soccer program improved his talent and gave the Miami soccer program a much needed leader in the receiver's vast room. K.J. Osborn joined the Miami football program as a university-level university transfer at the University of Buffalo. Osborn played three seasons with the Bulls after making the redshirt as […]

18 Jul 19
Augusta Free Press

Miami coach Manny Diaz and players K.J. Osborn and Shaquille Quarterman talk with reporters at the 2019 ACC Kickoff.

16 Jul 19
Across the Board

August 24th 5:00 P.M. Florida @ Miami (FL)+7 50.5 FLORIDA -7 Over 50.5 Florida 37 Miami 20 Week 0, the two best words of the Summer. We are starting a week early with what used to be a premiere matchup. Now its the “Camping World Kickoff” hosted in Orlando, Florida. Miami is coming off a […]

16 Jul 19
Sport Archives

One of these seasons, a challenger will come out of the mediocrity of the ACC to give Clemson a decent fight that is not a coincidence. When? Looks like 2020 or later. Which program? More difficult to say. Clemson head coach, Dabo Swinney, left, and Florida State head coach Willie Taggart, speak in midfield before […]

14 Jul 19

Clemson will win the Atlantic division easily, and probably all of their regular season games. Athlon Sports has Virginia winning the Coastal, so you know it will be another clusterfuck over there.   Atlantic Division     Boston College If Jeff Fisher coached in college BC would be his ideal landing spot. The Eagles are […]

13 Jul 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1719527-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1719527-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1719527-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1719527-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Ted Levine as Alan Shepard in “From the Earth to the Moon.” (Anthony Neste/HBO) Tom Hanks, left, Kevin Bacon, center, and Bill Paxton appear in character in Universal Pictures “Apollo 13.” The film was nominated for Best Picture in the 68th Annual Academy Awards announced in Los Angeles Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1996. (AP Photo/files/Universal Pictures) Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin works on a solar wind experiment device on the surface of the moon. (Neil Armstrong/NASA via AP) Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Jr. stands next to the Passive Seismic Experiment device on the surface of the the moon during the Apollo 11 mission. (Neil Armstrong/NASA via AP) Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Jr. poses for a photograph beside the U.S. flag on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission. Aldrin and fellow astronaut Neil Armstrong were the first men to walk on the lunar surface with temperatures ranging from 243 degrees above to 279 degrees below zero. Astronaut Michael Collins flew the command module. (Neil Armstrong/NASA via AP) You’re going to be seeing quite a bit of Neil Armstrong over the coming days. Possibly more than his family saw of him — especially during the summer of 1969 — according to last fall’s biopic, “First Man.” Between Tuesday’s 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch that sent Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins hurtling toward the moon and Saturday’s anniversary of Armstrong and Aldrin touching down on the lunar surface while Collins remained in orbit, your TV will be flooded with celebrations and retrospectives. Here’s a look back at some movies, and one epic miniseries, that will help you prepare for the occasions — along with a few that won’t. Most helpful “From the Earth to the Moon” (1998) Tom Hanks oversaw this landmark HBO event’s 12 episodes that chronicled the space program from its founding through the Mercury and Gemini programs up to the final lunar mission, Apollo 17. Tony Goldwyn portrays Armstrong, with Bryan Cranston as Aldrin and Cary Elwes as Collins. On Monday, the pay channel will unveil digitally remastered episodes, with new computer-generated effects based on NASA reference models, on HBO GO, HBO NOW and HBO On Demand. “First Man” (2018) Ryan Gosling embodies Armstrong from his days as a test pilot in 1961 through his return to Earth in 1969 in this revelatory film from the Oscar-winning duo of director Damian Chazelle (“La La Land”) and writer Josh Singer (“Spotlight”). Helpful for their backstories “The Right Stuff” (1983) The acclaimed film, based on the book by Tom Wolfe, follows the Mercury Seven — including Ed Harris as John Glenn, Scott Glenn as Alan Shepard and Dennis Quaid as Gordo Cooper — as well as Sam Shepard’s Chuck Yeager, who was left out of the program because he lacked a college degree. “Hidden Figures” (2016) African-American pioneers Katherine G. Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monae) serve as human computers for the NASA precursor, the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics, in this crowd-pleasing drama. Kind of related and worth a (re)watch “Apollo 13” (1995) There may never have been a “From the Earth to the Moon” had Hanks not received nearly universal acclaim — and launched the phrase “Houston, we have a problem” into the lexicon — in this story of the aborted lunar mission. “Moon” (2009) This trippy sci-fi tale about a worker nearing the end of a three-year solo mission on the moon served as Sam Rockwell’s calling card — right up until he won an Oscar for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” Sound like they’d be helpful but aren’t “Man on the Moon” (1999) Jim Carrey won a Golden Globe for his performance as comedy icon Andy Kaufman in this biopic. “A Walk on the Moon” (1999) During the summer of 1969, a lonely mother (Diane Lane) cheats on her TV repairman husband (Liev Schreiber) with a blouse salesman (Viggo Mortensen). Piece of advice, ladies: If you’re going to risk your marriage to be with a blouse salesman, he’d better look like Viggo Mortensen. Not helpful but kind of amazing “SpaceCamp” (1986) Teenagers played by Lea Thompson, Kelly Preston, Tate Donovan and an 11-year-old Joaquin Phoenix are accidentally blasted into space — without their sentient robot buddy named Jinx. “Amazon Women on the Moon” (1987) This series of comedy sketches, loosely connected by a B-movie spoof of the same name, managed to land an absurdly talented — and random — cast, including Michelle Pfeiffer, Carrie Fisher, Rosanna Arquette, Andrew Dice Clay, Arsenio Hall, B.B. King, Kelly Preston again and, because it was 1987, Steve Guttenberg. Not helpful at all “Apollo 18” (2011) The final Apollo mission wasn’t really scrapped — that’s just the story NASA told after its crew members were killed by the critters they found on the moon, according to this found-footage horror movie. “Iron Sky” (2012) Rather than accept defeat at the end of World War II, a group of Nazis escapes to the moon, where they construct a defensive base and bide their time for seven decades until The Moon Fuhrer is ready to attack Earth. So bad they were featured on “Mystery Science Theater 3000” “12 to the Moon” (1960) A dozen experts from around the world — and two cats — race to the moon under the direction of the “International Space Order” so they can claim it as neutral territory. Once there, they encounter deadly “pumice dust” and a race of mind-reading underground moon people. “Project Moonbase” (1953) In a futuristic 1970, a three-person crew is sent into space — wearing matching short pants and belt ensembles, no less — to scout for a lunar base. When one of them is killed, the biggest problem facing the military commander in charge of the operation is getting the two survivors — Colonel Briteis (Donna Martell) and Major Moore (Ross Ford) — hitched in order to avoid the scandal of two attractive single people being marooned on the moon. Contact Christopher Lawrence at clawrence @reviewjournal.com or 702-380-4567. Follow @life_onthecouch on Twitter.
12 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

SHUT DOWN Follow MyCentralJersey.com for full coverage of the Autoland Classic Greg Tufaro, @GregTufaro Equipped with two heavily armed quarterbacks, both of whom are able to make the opponent with their running skills honest, the Middlesex County All-Star team's offensive will rely on the talents of the signal callers Michael DeSantis and Eric Hamilton. The […]

11 Jul 19
Augusta Free Press

Make that emphatic: yes, UVA football enters the 2019 preseason as the favorite to be the favorite in the ACC Coastal Division, so, get used to it.

11 Jul 19
FanBuzz - Sports News - NFL | NCAA | NBA | WWE

Start a discussion with your friends about who the best player in college football is. Without a doubt, you’ll all likely jump on the quarterback bandwagon, throwing out names like Trevor Lawrence, Jake Fromm, Tua Tagovailoa, Justin Herbert and Jalen Hurts. Maybe even a few running backs — Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor or Clemson’s Travis Etienne […]

10 Jul 19
TMan's Sports/Sci-Fi Site

Today I’m starting a new series preparing us all for the new College Football season, Projected Starters by Conference. Let’s begin, in alphabetical order, naturally, with the American Coastal Conference, dominated by: ACC Proj. Starters: Clemson Tigers: QB: Trevor Lawrence RB: Travis Etienne, Lyn-J Dixon WR: Justyn Ross, Tee Higgins TE: JC Chalk OT: Jackson […]

09 Jul 19
Sports Today By Scott Bilo

As I continue my analysis of the 2019 college football season, here are my top strengths and questions for each program in the ACC Atlantic division, which is one of the weaker, and more wide open divisions in all of college football. Virginia Greatest Strength: Bronco Mendenhall did the unthinkable when he arrived from BYU, […]

09 Jul 19
Sports news, podcasts, live interviews & some fun

Tate Martell seems to be enjoying his new girlfriend Kiki Passo, who shot to fame as one of Dan Bilzerian’s A-Team Ignite models for his CBD oil brand where he jets off to exotic locales with the ladies. Kiki, a Brazilian model based in Miami, has been on quite a few of those flights, but […]

09 Jul 19
Breaking News, Entertainment, Sports & College Life | COED

Kiki Passo is proof that college football quarterback Tate Martell is winning on and off of the field. The Instagram model has amassed a following of more than 829,000 followers on Instagram and has reportedly started dating the Miami Hurricanes quarterback. The couple announced they were official in a pair of photographs on social media. […]