[S2E3] The Tournament Job
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-- Catelyn Stark arrives at Renly Baratheon's camp to try to make an alliance for her son Robb. Renly's secret boyfriend Loras Tyrell loses a knight's tournament to Brienne of Tarth, a six-foot-tall tank of a woman whom Renly makes a member of his guard. Loras is not happy, and tells Renly he'd better consummate his marriage to Margaery, Loras's sister. Margaery also argues that the best way to secure an alliance between the Tyrells and the Baratheons is to have a child. Renly's not feelin' it.
FOLLOW ALONG: Wednesday's match will be televised on ESPN+ with Jordan Angeli, Roland Vargish, Rachel Vigil on the call. International audiences can view the contest on the WAC Digital Network. Live stats will be available and you can follow every San José State men's soccer game live on Twitter, @SanJoseStateMS. SIMON SAYS: \"Our first aim is always to make the WAC Tournament and our second objective is to go and win it,\" says head coach Simon Tobin. \"We usually play our best soccer at tournament time and we always feel capable of beating any opponent. It has been tough losing in two consecutive championship games but hopefully that will motivate us over the upcoming few games.\"
- San José State holds an 18-24-4 record in postseason matches throughout program history. The club is 3-4-1 under head coach Simon Tobin and has earned a result in four of its last six tournament tilts.
- Postseason success has been a staple of Tobin's time in San José as the Spartans have made the Western Athletic Conference title match in both the 2017 and 2018 seasons.THE STAFF:- San José State's coaching staff features three men who each saw success in their collegiate playing days at universities throughout the state.- Jonathan Lester is a Spartan alumnus and ranks No. 4 on the program's all time saves list with a dominant 225 in just three years.- Jesus Sanchez played for Tobin at CSU Bakersfield, finishing his four seasons there with 16 goals and 27 assists while compiling a record of 40-22-15.- Nic Ryan rounds out the staff as a volunteer assistant coach. He played collegiately at UC Santa Barbara, reaching the NCAA Tournament three times in four years with the Gauchos. - Lester is in his third year on staff with the Spartans, while both Sanchez and Ryan came aboard prior to the start of the 2018 season. FRESH FACES:- San José State's 2019 roster features 12 newcomers, nine of which are freshmen. - 10 of the 12 newcomers hail from California, bringing the team's total to 24 in-state products.BETTER KNOW A SPARTAN:- SJSU was one of five teams to receive a first-place vote in the WAC Preseason Poll. The defending WAC Championship runner-up finished sixth in the poll of the conference coaches.- Tobin has taken the program to back-to-back WAC title match appearances. This year's conference tournament is scheduled for November 13-17 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. - The San José State squad features a trio of European players in the form of freshman Kasper Poulsgaard, sophomore Finlay Wood and junior Max Allen. Poulsgaard hails from Denmark, while Wood and Allen come to San José from Wales and England, respectively. - The Spartans will face five NCAA Tournament teams from a year ago in 2019, with both Saint Mary's (September 9) and Air Force (October 27) coming to the Spartan Soccer Complex. - Senior Jeff Dukes has gotten the job done both on the field and in the classroom, earning Academic All-WAC recognition last season. It was the second such award for Dukes in his collegiate career. - SJSU prepared for the regular season with a pair of serviceable exhibition matches. The club played a 110-minute friendly at California before returning home and defeating Holy Cross. ROAD WARRIORS:- San José State will finish the regular season playing six of its final eight matches on the road, embarking on a pair of three-game road trips across five different states. - The Spartans have impressed away from home recently, posting an 12-13-6 record in their last 31 matches played outside of the Spartan Soccer Complex. THIS YEAR'S SLATE: - The Spartans seven non-conference opponents represent three different conferences (Big West, WCC, Pac-12). - Two of SJSU's matches this year (No. 1 Stanford, No. 8 Saint Mary's) came against opponents ranked in the United Soccer Coaches Poll. SPARTANS IN THE NEWS: Be sure to bookmark our clips and links page for all of the latest San José State men's soccer coverage.
Phil calls himself a \"former pro fighting game player\", having participated in many competitive fighting game tournaments nationwide during the late 1990s and throughout the 2000s. Most notably, Phil placed 4th for Super Street Fighter II Turbo in the 2005 EVO tournament, thus becoming the highest ranked American player for that game (as the the top 3 were Japanese players). He has the nickname The King of Hate from this period. Many people believe this is because he enjoys constantly hating on other people and/or video games, but Phil insists that the real reason for his nickname is because he is an outspoken person, having differing opinions that were radically different from mainstream ones, in which a lot of his opinions were subject to controversy, albeit using the infamy that many people induct upon him as a way of fueling himself.
Catelyn Stark arrives in the camp of King Renly Baratheon during a tournament. She watches Brienne of Tarth defeat Ser Loras Tyrell and claim a place in Renly's kingsguard. Renly introduces Catelyn to his new wife, Margaery Tyrell. Renly shows off his 100,000 strong army. Catelyn warns Renly to take the war seriously.
Axe cannot let Krakow win now. He facetimes Taylor, who seems to be the last person to leave the office, to tell them they will be playing in the tournament because it is included in the 168 hours a week that he is paying them.
OMG. Danny Strong is fantastic as Todd Krakow who reminds me of this mosquito that you just cannot keep away whatever repellent you use! I wonder if Wendy regrets her decision to be his performance coach at the tournament.
CIF is expected to vote Friday to make girls flag football an official high school sport in California, less than a week after the sport's championship tournament at Redondo Union High School, sponsored by the Chargers in partnership with Gatorade and Nike.
Pungence returned to Hermitcraft for Season 2, initially staying with Skyzm in his Old Hermiton house, before taking over Juicetra's unfinished house, intending to finish it, but the structure remained empty. He and Skyzm were notorious for being the so-called criminals of the server, including burning down Hypnotizd's house. Pungence returned for the relocation, and built a modern house in New Hermiton next to KingDaddyDMAC. He and Skyzm, after coming in last during the ABBA Caving tournament, decided to steal the winnings from Hypnotizd, which resulted in their arrest and eventual trial.
Ah Sahm faces off against Li Yong in the tournament to determine if the Long Zii will be allowed to distribute molasses in Chinatown. The fight begins and the two combatants exchange blows. The fight turns in Ah Sahm's favor when he lands a blow to Li Yong's chest and proceeds to knock him unconscious, but before he can take Li Yong's sash from around his waist and claim victory, Li Yong awakens and somehow manages to regain control of the fight. Li Yong delivers a heavy blow, breaking Ah Sahm's nose. Barely anything left in him, Li Yong prepares to snap his neck when Mai Ling gives the signal. However, Penny screams out, and Sergeant O'Hara shoots into the sky, bringing the fight to an end and scaring off the crowd, but not before Li Yong takes the sash from around Ah Sahm's waist.
Ah Sahm finds Mai Ling paying her respects to their parents. She tries to explain that she did everything she could to keep him out of the tournament, but all Ah Sahm is concerned about is the fact that she ordered his death. She suggests that he join her, as Father Jun won't live forever and Young Jun is no leader, but Ah Sahm has no intentions on working for her. Before leaving, he tells Mai Ling that she's going to wish she had killed him.
After winning yet another fight at the fight pit, Ah Sahm is approached by Mai Ling, who simply wants her brother back. Ah Sahm replies that her brother died the night she ordered Li Yong to kill him, which was only just a few days after he had saved her life. Admittedly, Mai Ling made a terrible mistake and hasn't slept a night since. She's been angry for so long that she lost herself in it, and now she wants to fix things between them, but Ah Sahm isn't interested in repairing what they had. Ah Sahm is on a mission to destroy the Long Zii and everything Mai Ling cares about, and then leave her alive to watch it burn. After she leaves, Ah Sahm asks Vega about the tournament she previously mentioned and if she still needs a fighter.
Ah Sahm, Young Jun, Hong, and Vega travel to Rooker's Mill, a border town near Mexico, to fight in a tournament hosted by Elijah Rooker for $2,500. Ah Sahm and Vega spend some time getting to know each other and bond over the fact that they're both strangers to this land, seeking family and a home. The next day, Ah Sahm is scheduled to fight against Dolph in the tournament. Ah Sahm enters the pit with Dolph Jagger and the fight between the two commences. Dolph charges at Ah Sahm, who defeats him with a single kick. From there, the battles continue and Ah Sahm advances in the tournament with each passing fight, gaining victory after victory. After his final fight for the day, Ah Sahm is approached by Smits, who works for Mr. Rooker and has invited both Ah Sahm and Vega to join him and his wife for lunch at the main house. 59ce067264