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What KHOU-TV (CBS Affiliate station in Houston, TX USA) looked like after it just returned on the air around 15:30~15:52 CDT August 27, 2017

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Houston CBS affiliate KHOU TV forced off the air by Hurricane Harvey.

At least one Houston TV station is now down due to Hurricane Harvey.
By 12pm CDT rising water forced KHOU TV, Channel 11 CBS, off the air. Initially, the station relocated from their ground floor studio to an improvised facility on the second floor of their building. By noon local time they had to cease operations in the building entirely.
The Channel 11 broadcast signal is down. The station is streaming special Houston news & weather coverage from a sister station in Dallas on the KHOU web site.
http://www.khou.com/weatheflood-water-seeps-into-houston-news-studio-during-live-broadcast/468095916
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Houston CBS affiliate KHOU TV forced off the air by Hurricane Harvey.

At least one Houston TV station is now down due to Hurricane Harvey.
By 12pm CDT today rising water forced KHOU TV, Channel 11 CBS, off the air. Initially, the station relocated from their ground floor studio to an improvised facility on the second floor of their building. By noon local time they had to cease operations in the building entirely.
The Channel 11 broadcast signal is down. The station is streaming special Houston news & weather coverage from a sister station in Dallas on the KHOU web site.
http://www.khou.com/weatheflood-water-seeps-into-houston-news-studio-during-live-broadcast/468095916
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[National] - Houston CBS affiliate KHOU evacuates to second floor studio as waters rise outside TV station

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[National] - Houston CBS affiliate KHOU evacuates to second floor studio as waters rise outside TV station | Houston Chronicle

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‘Harvey’ Floodwaters in Houston Force CBS TV Affiliate Out of Station

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Wondering how to watch CFB without cable? Here are the current streaming services, which CFB channels they offer, and what devices they work on.

YouTube TV Hulu Live TV Sling Orange Sling Blue Sling Sports add-on PS Vue Access PS Vue Core PS Vue Elite PS Vue Sports add-on DirecTV Now Plus DirecTV Now Max ESPN+
Monthly cost $50 $45 $25 $25 j $10 $50 $55 $65 $10 (requires Core+) $50 $70 $5
Simultaneous streams 3 2 e 1 3 n/a 3 o 3 o 3 o 3 o 2 q 2 q 3
Included DVR capacity unlimited gh 50 hrs f n/a kl n/a kl 28 days s 28 days s 28 days s 20 hrs / 30 days 20 hrs / 30 days ?
Channels w/ FBS CFB
ESPN X X X X X X X X
ESPN2 X X X X X X X X
Watch ESPN X X X X X
ESPNU X X X X X X
ESPNews X X X X X X
ESPN GoalLine X
ESPN College Extra c X X X
ABC X X X a X a X a X a X a X a
NBC X X X n X a X a X a X a X a
CBS X X X a X a X a
Fox X X X n X a X a X a X r X r
CBS Sports Network X X X X X
Fox Sports Network X X X
Fox Sports 1 X X X X X X X X
Fox Sports 2 X X X X X X X
FOXS regional X a X a X X a X a X r X r
ACC Network X X X? wx X? wx X? wx
ACCN Extra X
Big Ten Network X X X X X
Pac-12 Network
Pac-12 Network regional X
SEC Network X X X X X X
SEC Network+ ? X
Longhorn Network X z X z X a X a
NFL Network X X X
Channels (FBS CFB?)
Fox College Sports X
NBC Sports X
NBC Sports Network X X X X X X X X
NBC Sports Network regional X a X a X X X
beIN Sports X X X
Stadium y X X
Eleven Sports y X
Devices
Web X X X X X X (Chrome, Safari) X (Chrome, Safari) X
iOS X X X (iOS 11+) X (iOS 11+) X X X X X X
Android X X X X X X X X
AppleTV X X X X X (4th gen+) X (4th gen+) X (4th gen+) X (4th gen+) X (4th gen+) X
FireTV coming soon X X X X X X X (2nd gen+) X (2nd gen+) X
Roku X d X i X m X m X p X p X p X t X t X
Chromecast X X X X X X X X (2nd gen+) X (2nd gen+) X
Nvidia Shield X X X X X X X X
Smart TV X d X i X m X m X (AndroidTV p ) X (AndroidTV p ) X (AndroidTV p ) X u X u X v
Xbox 360 X
Xbox One X X X X X
Playstation 3 X o X o X o
Playstation 4 X o X o X o X
Nintendo Switch X
Windows app X X X
If you see anything incorrect, please let me know! I especially still need help figuring out which regional sports networks are carried by which providers.
Notes:
a. May not be available in all areas
b. You should call your parents more often.
c. Apparently ESPN College Extra is like WatchESPN, but select games on 8 "real" channels? Apparently something for sports bars to subscribe to rather than have streaming boxes?
d. https://support.google.com/youtubetv/answe7129767?hl=en
e. Unlimited streams for $10/mo extra
f. Included DVR does not allow fast forwarding through commercials. "Enhanced Cloud DVR" is $10/mo extra, includes 200 hrs storage and allows fast forwarding through commercials
g. "As long as you maintain your membership status, live TV recordings will be saved for 9 months. Other programs will vary based on agreements with our content partners."
h. Ad skipping availability depends on network
i. Select models https://help.hulu.com/s/article/supported-devices?language=en_US
j. Sling Orange + Sling Blue is $40/mo (a $10 discount)
k. $5/mo upgrade to get 50 hrs of storage
l. DVR will not record any ESPN channels. "FOX requires that Sling shows you a Video On-Demand version of your recording, which does not allow you to fast forward through commercials."
m. https://www.sling.com/supported-devices
n. Only available in select cities https://help.sling.com/en/support/solutions/articles/46000000093-can-i-get-local-channels-on-sling-tv-
o. Up to 5 streams if you follow their stupidly complicated streaming rules: https://www.playstation.com/en-us/network/vue/faq/supported-devices-and-set-up/#simultaneous-streaming
p. https://www.playstation.com/en-us/network/vue/faq/supported-devices-and-set-up/#supported-devices
q. 3rd stream is $5/mo extra
r. VERY few zipcodes I tried have any broadcast channels other than ABC and NBC, and even fewer had regional sports networks
s. Some channels do not allow DVR recording: some ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC local affiliates; and ESPN Classic on demand. DVR'd FOX programs cannot be fast forwarded.
t. https://www.directvnow.com/ (jerks don't give a direct link to device support)
u. Only Samsung 2017 and 2018 smart TVs
v. Only the "Samsung Connected TV (Tizen)"
w. AACN indicates PS Vue carries it, but I don't see it on any of PS Vue's channel lineups
x. ACCN will supposedly be available August 22nd. Question 21 here: https://promo.espn.com/espn/accn/faq
y. Stadium and Eleven are available for free on PlutoTV (works on many devices)
z. Limited availability outside Texas: Available on Core and up in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, and Tulsa areas. In NOLA and Albuquerque, only on Elite and up. Not available in any base package in Phoenix, Boulder, Memphis, or Kansas City, KS. Check your own zip code here: https://vue.playstation.com/subscription/browse/baseplans?_z=90210
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from the loons thread: History Expo Park Area & Minnesota

Between LAFC and the Galaxy, there might be some overlapping soccer history with Minnesota. It’s easier to delineate the two New York teams as one plays in New Jersey. With the two LA teams, they're less than 20 miles apart. LAFC play in Exposition Park, north of the Galaxy who play in Carson. Exposition Park is also home to the historic LA Coliseum. The LA Coliseum is where LA professional soccer got started.
In 1967 there were two major pro leagues in the United states; the NPSL had the Los Angeles Toros, and the USA had the Los Angeles Wolves. Both teams played in the LA Coliseum. When it became known the two leagues would merge to become the NASL it was decided that having two teams in LA was not a good idea. So, the Toros moved to San Diego and the LA Wolves, who won the 1967 championship, remained as the sole LA representative in the NASL inaugural year. Unfortunately, they folded after just one NASL season.
In 1974, the LA Aztecs joined the NASL – perhaps one of the most talent-gifted teams in US pro history. They had superstars George Best, Johan Cruyff and Brazilian Luis Fernando (who scored 28 goals in 28 games); and won the NASL Championship in their first year. Yet in their 8-year existence, were shuffled among four different home stadiums. Their first year was at Weingart Stadium in the East Los Angeles College; then moved to El Camino College and played at the old Murdock Stadium. This was the Aztec home when the Kicks joined the league in 1976. In 1977, they moved back north to the Los Angeles Coliseum, then to the Rose Bowl for two years, then back to the Coliseum.
There were seven Kicks games versus North-of-Interstate-105 Aztec teams with the Kicks winning four of the seven. The only Kicks game at the LA Coliseum was in 1977, with the Kicks winning 3-2. Steve Litt and Stan Cummins scored for the Kicks, but an LA own-goal provided the game winner. The LA Coliseum attendance was 7,049 compared to 28,284 at the Met in Bloomington a month later when the teams met again. In the 1978 game at Met Stadium, Alan Willey scored a hat trick – the 5th of his Minnesota career.
There were a couple of other LA area teams during the 70’s when the American Soccer League (1933-1983) tried to expand in the west ~the Santa Barbara Condors and Los Angeles Skyhawks. The Skyhawks won the ASL league title in 1976 beating New York Apollo. Future Minnesota Striker, Ken Fogarty, was a member of that Skyhawk team.
The Minnesota Thunder had one game against the Los Angeles Cobras (who were based at the first Aztec home in East LA).
In 1994, the Thunder and Cobras met in the USISL “sizzling nine” playoff format with the Thunder losing 3-2 in a shootout. The game was played in Raleigh, NC. I haven’t been able to find game notes of that match so if anyone knows who scored the goals or has attendance figures, please post. The Cobras became the Los Angeles U-23 Salsa the following year but never met the Thunder.
With the introduction of LAFC, MLS is putting soccer back in the neighborhood where the LA Toros and Wolves played LA’s first pro soccer. Last year we lost the first meeting, but had a glorious 5-1 rout in the second game.
The overall record against Expo Park area teams is even at 5W-5L. Go Loons!
Updates and stories on the list Players with Minnesota and these Los Angeles area connections are welcome:
Mike Bailey – Los Angeles Wolves (1967) & Minnesota Kicks (1977-1978) – an English midfielder who played his first game in the United States in 1964 when England had a friendly against the USA at the Polo Grounds in New York. England won the game 10-0. Roger Hunt scored four goals, Fred Pickering had three goals, Terry Paine had two goals, and Bobby Charlton had the final goal. In 1967 Bailey was captain and one of the Wolverhampton Wanderers who filled the roster of the LA Wolves in the United Soccer Association. The entire team used players from Wolverhampton and LA won the league’s only title game defeating the Washington Whips (using all Aberdeen players). Ten years later, he was back in the USA playing for the Kicks with 2 assists in his 19 games. The Kicks were his only American team as he returned to England to finish his playing career with Hereford United. He then coached in England and Greece until 1996.
Alan Merrick – Kicks (1976-1979 & 1981) & Los Angeles Aztecs (1980) & Strikers coach (1984-1988) –was one of only two players to play in every Kicks game of the 1976 inaugural season and scored his very first goal with the Kicks against the Aztecs on June 26th, 1976 at El Camino College with 8,166 in attendance. He was the only Kick to play every game of the 1977 season, and his coaching career record as the Strikers’ coach was 107W-97L and 22W-19L for playoff games. He’s been a stellar promoter of soccer in the Twin Cities coaching several local teams and currently runs a soccer academy in Lakeville.
Peter Short – Kicks (1976-1977) & Los Angeles Aztecs (1979) – played 19 games for the Kicks and scored his only goal against the Washington Diplomats on June 18th, 1976 at Woodrow T Wilson High School with 6,501 in attendance. Short was shot and killed during a robbery of his business in Los Angeles (just a few blocks from where LAFC plays) in 1984.
Ken Fogarty – Los Angeles Skyhawks (1976) & Strikers (1984-1987) – played over 100 games with the Strikers and was part of the Strikers squad that transitioned from the NASL to MISL. But his journey to US soccer started when the American Soccer League expanded west to compete with the NASL in 1976 with the addition of the Los Angeles Skyhawks. Fogarty was a standout player in England with Stockport County FC when he was loaned to play for the Skyhawks. Their first season was in the 10,000-seat Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, California. They only lasted a year. He returned to the US in 1979 playing this time in the NASL with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers, moving with the team to Minnesota. Today he’s coaching at uScore soccer camps in Texas.
John McGrane – Los Angeles Aztecs (1977-1981) & Strikers (1984-1985) – a solid defender and another player on the Strikers squad that transitioned from the NASL to MISL. He’s also in the Canadian Hall-of-Fame and now the Vice-Chairman of the Forge FC club in Hamilton, Ontario. check him out here
Mike McLenaghen – Minnesota Kicks (1979-1980) & Aztecs (1982) – another solid Canadian defender who was a Kicks’ 1979 (#18 overall) draft pick. He later coached the Canadian National Team for seven years. Now he’s back in his hometown of Burnaby, British Columbia as the Activities Director of the Collingwood Neighbourhood House. He also co-created something called Collaborative Community Coaching (C3)™)
Chris Dangerfield – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1981) & Strikers (1984-1988) – scored 60 goals for the MISL Strikers plus another 9 goals in playoff games. Today he’s a TV analyst with the San Jose Earthquakes.
Bob Bolitho – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1980) & Strikers (1984) – was part of the Vancouver Whitecap player group who joined the Aztecs’ team for the first NASL indoor season. During his year with the Strikers, his only goal was May 19th at Wrigley Field in their 1-2 loss to the Chicago Sting. Nowadays he’s a real estate property manager in Charlotte, NC.
Neill Roberts – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979) & Strikers (1987-1988) & Thunder (1990) – had a very unusual gig with the Aztecs. In September and October of 1979, the Aztecs went on a European exhibition tour playing over a dozen friendlies. The team was supplemented with players from other NASL teams which included Roberts who was then a member of the Atlanta Chiefs. He scored during the Aztecs’ 2-1 win over Paris St. Germain, in Paris, September 18th in front of 9,000 fans. The other Aztecs’ goal was also scored by a supplemental addition, Clyde Best, who at the time was a member of the Portland Timbers. The crowd gave Johan Cruyff, the Aztecs’ Dutch star a 12-minute standing ovation when the teams were introduced. Roberts was with the Strikers when they folded in 1988, but stayed in Minnesota and was on Buzz Lagos’ new independent Thunder team in 1990. He was last known to be coaching youth soccer in the Tampa area.
Thomas Rongen – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1980) & Strikers (1984-1985) – was also part of the Strikers transition from the NASL outdoor to MISL indoor game. He had a low-key playing career but became a flamboyant coach at every level; from high school, to college, to professional, to national with the USA U20 team, and international with the American Samoa national team. He’s now an analyst with beIN and CBS sports.
Gary Etherington – Los Angeles Aztecs (1980) & Strikers (1984-1988) – is #2 (behind Alan Willey) in number of game appearances with the Strikers. He was a solid defenseman who scored his only Striker outdoor goal against the Vancouver Whitecaps in a 1984, 2-3 loss. He is one of the few field players to fill in as a substitute goaltender for the Strikers (playing under 2 minutes). He was last known to be selling soccer apparel in southern California.
Jens Peter Sawkins – Minnesota Kicks (1981 draft pick) & NHL Los Angeles Kings (1981 draft pick) & Minnesota Strikers (1985 draft pick) – drafted by three teams! Out of high school at St. Paul Academy, the Kicks picked him for soccer and the Kings picked him for hockey. He went to Yale and played both; then was drafted by the Strikers when he graduated from college. He chose hockey but stayed in the minors with the New Haven Nighthawks, Toledo Goaldiggers, and Flint Spirit. After playing, he worked for Topps Chewing Gum and also was the St. Paul Academy Athletic Director for 3 years. Today he’s the Sports Marketing Director for the Hackley School in New York.
Ben Collins – Minnesota Strikers (1984-1985) & Los Angeles Aztecs (1988-1989) – was part of the Strikers transition from the NASL outdoor to MISL indoor game. All but one game (vs Tulsa Roughnecks) with the Strikers were in the indoor league. He retired out of San Diego in 1992 and ended up working for Whirlpool Corporation in Iowa; but not sure of his whereabouts today.
Tim Harris –Strikers (1987-1988) & California Kickers (1989) – provided goalkeeper Tino Lettieri some relief during the Strikers 1987-88 MISL season appearing in 16 of the 56 regular season games. The California Kickers were a Hollywood-based team that played in the Western Soccer Alliance. He played with them the year before the league merged with the American Soccer League to form the American Professional Soccer League. Today he’s the president of Business Operations for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Maxwell Griffin – San Fernando Valley Quakes (2006 & 2008) & Los Angeles Legends (2009) & Los Angeles Blues (2012) & Loons (2013) – scored his only goal for the Loons against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers during the 2013 fall season. The Quakes were a PDL team based in Calabasas that folded in 2008. The Legends, also in the PDL, played in East Los Angeles during Maxwell’s year there, folded as LA Laguna FC in 2016. The Blues played in Fullerton and were the first USL affiliate of LAFC, but are now in Irvine known as Orange County FC. Today Maxwell is a very successful media designer for Adidas footwear.
Marcus Watson – Hollywood United (2008) & Thunder (2009) & Doxa Italia (2009-2010) & Ventura County Fusion (2010) & Hollywood United Hitmen (2011) & Los Angeles Misioneros (2012) – has the resume of a SoCal soccer vagabond. His first stint was with the Hollywood amateur team before playing one game for the Thunder against the Rochester Rhinos. He left the game with an injury at the 21-minute mark. Doxa Italia, in Manhattan Beach CA, was his next amateur team, then a year for the Ventura PDL team; then the NPSL version of the Hollywood Hitmen which went all the way to the NPSL final; and losing track of his playing career with the PDL Misioneros in Santa Ana. Marcus could be coaching in one of the Galaxy youth programs, but might wandering again.
Christian Ramirez – Orange County Blue Star (2010-2012) & Loons (2014-2017) & LAFC (2018) – a certain Loons Hall-of-Famer (😊). The 2014 goal leader, 2015 goal leader, 2016 goal leader, and 2017 goal leader. He was sold to LAFC, but is now with Houston.
Calum Mallace – Loons (2013) & LAFC (2018) – grew up in Mendota Heights and scored his only Loon goal on September 22nd, 2013 against FC Edmonton in the Loons 2-1 win in Edmonton with 3,143 in attendance. He was on a 12-game loan from Montreal at the time. With LAFC, he played in five games and is now playing with Austin Bold.
Charlie Lyon – Loons (2017) & Orange County SC (2017) & LAFC (2018) – was a Loons 2017 trialist trying to break onto the new MLS team. He was on the bench as the backup goaltender with LAFC for both of last year’s games against the Loons. He’s now a special MLS on-call goalkeeper when teams don’t have a substituted goalkeeper available for games, currently doing time with Philadelphia.
A final connection: Carlos Vela's brother Alejandro made 9 appearances for the Loons in 2015.
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game day history: Minnesota vs LAFC (and teams of Greater LA Area's northern clubs)

Between LAFC and the Galaxy, there might be some overlapping soccer history with Minnesota. It’s easier to delineate the two New York teams as one plays in New Jersey. With the two LA teams, both are just off of US Interstate 110 (or as they say out there, “THE one-ten”) and less than 20 miles apart (which is 1 hour with traffic, 16 minutes without traffic). LAFC play in Exposition Park, north of the Galaxy who play in Carson. The only north/south dividing line may be “THE one-oh-five” freeway (Interstate-105), to give some separation for the purpose of this post. Exposition Park is also home to the historic LA Coliseum. The LA Coliseum is where LA professional soccer got started.
In 1967 there were two major pro leagues in the United states; the NPSL had the Los Angeles Toros, and the USA had the Los Angeles Wolves. Both teams played in the LA Coliseum. When it became known the two leagues would merge to become the NASL it was decided that having two teams in LA was not a good idea. So, the Toros moved to San Diego and the LA Wolves, who won the 1967 championship, remained as the sole LA representative in the NASL inaugural year. Unfortunately, they folded after just one NASL season.
In 1974, the LA Aztecs joined the NASL – perhaps one of the most talent-gifted teams in US pro history. They had superstars George Best, Johan Cruyff and Brazilian Luis Fernando (who scored 28 goals in 28 games); and won the NASL Championship in their first year. Yet in their 8-year existence, were shuffled amongst four different home stadiums. Their first year was at Weingart Stadium in the East Los Angeles College (north of interstate 105); then moved to El Camino College (south of interstate 105) and played at the old Murdock Stadium. This was the Aztec home when the Kicks joined the league in 1976. In 1977, they moved back north to the Los Angeles Coliseum, then to the Rose Bowl for two years, then back to the Coliseum.
There were seven Kicks games versus North-of-Interstate-105 Aztec teams with the Kicks winning four of the seven. The only Kicks game at the LA Coliseum was in 1977, with the Kicks winning 3-2. Steve Litt and Stan Cummins scored for the Kicks, but an LA own-goal provided the game winner. The LA Coliseum attendance was 7,049 compared to 28,284 at the Met in Bloomington a month later when the teams met again. In the 1978 game at Met Stadium, Alan Willey scored a hat trick – the 5th of his Minnesota career.
There were a couple of other LA area teams during the 70’s when the American Soccer League (1933-1983) tried to expand in the west. North of I-105 was the Santa Barbara Condors and Los Angeles Skyhawks. The Skyhawks won the ASL league title in 1976 beating New York Apollo. Future Minnesota Striker, Ken Fogarty, was a member of that Skyhawk team.
The Minnesota Thunder co-existed in the same league, but never played, teams north of I-105. This included the Montclair Standard Falcons (1994) and San Fernando Valley Golden Eagles (1994-1995). The one team the Thunder did meet was the Los Angeles Cobras (who were based at the first Aztec home in East LA, north of I-105).
In 1994, the Thunder and Cobras met in the USISL “sizzling nine” playoff format with the Thunder losing 3-2 in a shootout. The game was played in Raleigh, NC. I haven’t been able to find game notes of that match so if anyone knows who scored the goals or has attendance figures, please post. [FYI, the "sizzling nine" was divided into three round-robin groups, with group winners and a wildcard proceeding to the Final Four. Greensboro Dynamo, Dallas/Ft. Worth Toros and Birmingham Grasshoppers competed in the Greensboro Group, with Greensboro advancing. In the Charlotte group, Charleston Battery defeated Cocoa Expos and Chico Rooks to advance. In the Raleigh Group, Minnesota advanced after a 4-2 victory over Long Island Rough Riders and the 2-2 draw with the Los Angeles Cobras, which was won by L.A. in the shootout.]. The Cobras became the Los Angeles U-23 Salsa the following year but never met the Thunder.
With the introduction of LAFC, MLS is putting soccer back in the neighborhood where the LA Toros and Wolves played LA’s first pro soccer. Last year we lost the first meeting, but had a glorious 5-1 rout in the second game.
The overall record against “north of the Interstate 105 LA teams” is even at 5W-5L. Go Loons!
Updates on the list Players with Minnesota and the north-side of the Greater-Los Angeles area connections are welcome:
Mike Bailey – Los Angeles Wolves (1967) & Minnesota Kicks (1977-1978) – an English midfielder who played his first game in the United States in 1964 when England had a friendly against the USA at the Polo Grounds in New York. England won the game 10-0. Roger Hunt scored four goals, Fred Pickering had three goals, Terry Paine had two goals, and Bobby Charlton had the final goal. In 1967 Bailey was captain and one of the Wolverhampton Wanderers who filled the roster of the LA Wolves in the United Soccer Association. The entire team used players from Wolverhampton and LA won the league’s only title game defeating the Washington Whips (using all Aberdeen players). Ten years later, he was back in the USA playing for the Kicks with 2 assists in his 19 games. The Kicks were his only American team as he returned to England to finish his playing career with Hereford United. He then coached in England and Greece until 1996.
Alan Merrick – Kicks (1976-1979 & 1981) & Los Angeles Aztecs (1980) & Strikers coach (1984-1988) –was one of only two players to play in every Kicks game of the 1976 inaugural season and scored his very first goal with the Kicks against the Aztecs on June 26th, 1976 at El Camino College with 8,166 in attendance. He was the only Kick to play every game of the 1977 season, and his coaching career record as the Strikers’ coach was 107W-97L and 22W-19L for playoff games. He’s been a stellar promoter of soccer in the Twin Cities coaching several local teams and currently runs a soccer academy in Lakeville.
Peter Short – Kicks (1976-1977) & Los Angeles Aztecs (1979) – played 19 games for the Kicks and scored his only goal against the Washington Diplomats on June 18th, 1976 at Woodrow T Wilson High School with 6,501 in attendance. Short was shot and killed during a robbery of his business in Los Angeles (just a few blocks from where LAFC plays) in 1984.
Ken Fogarty – Los Angeles Skyhawks (1976) & Strikers (1984-1987) – played over 100 games with the Strikers and was part of the Strikers squad that transitioned from the NASL to MISL. But his journey to US soccer started when the American Soccer League expanded west to compete with the NASL in 1976 with the addition of the Los Angeles Skyhawks. Fogarty was a standout player in England with Stockport County FC when he was loaned to play for the Skyhawks. Their first season was in the 10,000-seat Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, California. They only lasted a year. He returned to the US in 1979 playing this time in the NASL with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers, moving with the team to Minnesota. Today he’s coaching at uScore soccer camps in Texas.
John McGrane – Los Angeles Aztecs (1977-1981) & Strikers (1984-1985) – a solid defender and another player on the Strikers squad that transitioned from the NASL to MISL. He’s also in the Canadian Hall-of-Fame and now the Vice-Chairman of the Forge FC club in Hamilton, Ontario. check him out here
Mike McLenaghen – Minnesota Kicks (1979-1980) & Aztecs (1982) – another solid Canadian defender who was a Kicks’ 1979 (#18 overall) draft pick. He later coached the Canadian National Team for seven years. Now he’s back in his hometown of Burnaby, British Columbia as the Activities Director of the Collingwood Neighbourhood House. He also co-created something called Collaborative Community Coaching (C3)™)
Chris Dangerfield – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1981) & Strikers (1984-1988) – scored 60 goals for the MISL Strikers plus another 9 goals in playoff games. Today he’s a TV analyst with the San Jose Earthquakes.
Bob Bolitho – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1980) & Strikers (1984) – was part of the Vancouver Whitecap player group who joined the Aztecs’ team for the first NASL indoor season. During his year with the Strikers, his only goal was May 19th at Wrigley Field in their 1-2 loss to the Chicago Sting. Nowadays he’s a real estate property manager in Charlotte, NC.
Neill Roberts – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979) & Strikers (1987-1988) & Thunder (1990) – had a very unusual gig with the Aztecs. In September and October of 1979, the Aztecs went on a European exhibition tour playing over a dozen friendlies. The team was supplemented with players from other NASL teams which included Roberts who was then a member of the Atlanta Chiefs. He scored during the Aztecs’ 2-1 win over Paris St. Germain, in Paris, September 18th in front of 9,000 fans. The other Aztecs’ goal was also scored by a supplemental addition, Clyde Best, who at the time was a member of the Portland Timbers. The crowd gave Johan Cruyff, the Aztecs’ Dutch star a 12-minute standing ovation when the teams were introduced. Roberts was with the Strikers when they folded in 1988, but stayed in Minnesota and was on Buzz Lagos’ new independent Thunder team in 1990. He was last known to be coaching youth soccer in the Tampa area.
Thomas Rongen – Los Angeles Aztecs (1979-1980) & Strikers (1984-1985) – was also part of the Strikers transition from the NASL outdoor to MISL indoor game. He had a low-key playing career but became a flamboyant coach at every level; from high school, to college, to professional, to national with the USA U20 team, and international with the American Samoa national team. He’s now an analyst with beIN and CBS sports.
Gary Etherington – Los Angeles Aztecs (1980) & Strikers (1984-1988) – is #2 (behind Alan Willey) in number of game appearances with the Strikers. He was a solid defenseman who scored his only Striker outdoor goal against the Vancouver Whitecaps in a 1984, 2-3 loss. He is one of the few field players to fill in as a substitute goaltender for the Strikers (playing under 2 minutes). He was last known to be selling soccer apparel in southern California.
Jens Peter Sawkins – Minnesota Kicks (1981 draft pick) & Los Angeles Kings (1981 draft pick) & Minnesota Strikers (1985 draft pick) – drafted by three teams! Out of high school at St. Paul Academy, the Kicks picked him for soccer and the Kings picked him for hockey. He went to Yale and played both; then was drafted by the Strikers when he graduated from college. He chose hockey but stayed in the minors with the New Haven Nighthawks, Toledo Goaldiggers, and Flint Spirit. After playing, he worked for Topps Chewing Gum and also was the St. Paul Academy Athletic Director for 3 years. Today he’s the Sports Marketing Director for the Hackley School in New York.
Ben Collins – Minnesota Strikers (1984-1985) & Los Angeles Aztecs (1988-1989) – was part of the Strikers transition from the NASL outdoor to MISL indoor game. All but one game (vs Tulsa Roughnecks) with the Strikers were in the indoor league. He retired out of San Diego in 1992 and ended up working for Whirlpool Corporation in Iowa; but not sure of his whereabouts today.
Tim Harris –Strikers (1987-1988) & California Kickers (1989) – provided goalkeeper Tino Lettieri some relief during the Strikers 1987-88 MISL season appearing in 16 of the 56 regular season games. The California Kickers were a Hollywood-based team that played in the Western Soccer Alliance. He played with them the year before the league merged with the American Soccer League to form the American Professional Soccer League. Today he’s the president of Business Operations for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Maxwell Griffin – San Fernando Valley Quakes (2006 & 2008) & Los Angeles Legends (2009) & Los Angeles Blues (2012) & Loons (2013) – scored his only goal for the Loons against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers during the 2013 fall season. The Quakes were a PDL team based in Calabasas that folded in 2008. The Legends, also in the PDL, played in East Los Angeles during Maxwell’s year there, folded as LA Laguna FC in 2016. The Blues played in Fullerton and were the first USL affiliate of LAFC, but are now in Irvine known as Orange County FC. Today Maxwell is a very successful media designer for Adidas footwear.
Devin Del Do – San Fernando Valley Quakes (2008) & Stars (2010-2012) – was also on the 2008 final PDL Quakes team. In Minnesota, he scored 9 goals during the short Stars era. Nowadays he’s an orthopedic implant consultant in LA.
Marcus Watson – Hollywood United (2008) & Thunder (2009) & Doxa Italia (2009-2010) & Ventura County Fusion (2010) & Hollywood United Hitmen (2011) & Los Angeles Misioneros (2012) – has the resume of a SoCal soccer vagabond. His first stint was with the Hollywood amateur team before playing one game for the Thunder against the Rochester Rhinos. He left the game with an injury at the 21-minute mark. Doxa Italia, in Manhattan Beach CA, was his next amateur team, then a year for the Ventura PDL team; then the NPSL version of the Hollywood Hitmen which went all the way to the NPSL final; and losing track of his playing career with the PDL Misioneros in Santa Ana. Marcus could be coaching in one of the Galaxy youth programs, but might wandering again.
Miguel Ibarra – Lancaster Rattlers (2008-2010) & Orange County Blue Star (2011) & Stars/Loons (2012-2015 & 2017-present) – started with the PDL Rattlers in the Antelope Valley of northern LA County. Now Miguel Ibarra is a Loon!!!... and is #1 in appearances for the team.
Christian Ramirez – Orange County Blue Star (2010-2012) & Loons (2014-2017) & LAFC (2018) – a certain Loons Hall-of-Famer (😊). The 2014 goal leader, 2015 goal leader, 2016 goal leader, and 2017 goal leader. He was sold to LAFC, but is now with Houston. Let’s hear your top 3 Ramirez memories!
Calum Mallace – Loons (2013) & LAFC (2018) – grew up in Mendota Heights and scored his only Loon goal on September 22nd, 2013 against FC Edmonton in the Loons 2-1 win in Edmonton with 3,143 in attendance. He was on a 12-game loan from Montreal at the time. With LAFC, he played in five games and is now playing with Austin Bold.
Ismaila Jome – Ventura County Fusion (2014-2015) & Loons (2016-2017) – raised in Brooklyn Center and product of the Prairie Seeds Academy, scored his only Loons goal on July 23rd, 2016 against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers in the Loons 3-1 win at the NSC with 8,379 in attendance. He’s now playing with the Colorado Springs Switchbacks.
Abu Danladi – Ventura County Fusion (2016) & Loons (2017-present) – was the Loons #1 draft pick. It’s time for him to score his first goal against an LA team.
Chase Gasper – FC Golden State Force (2016) & Loons (2019) – while at UCLA, played a few games with the PDL Force based in Whittier, CA; then went #15 overall in the MLS SuperDraft to the Loons.
Charlie Lyon – Loons (2017) & Orange County SC (2017) & LAFC (2018) – was a Loons 2017 trialist trying to break onto the new MLS team. He was on the bench as the backup goaltender with LAFC for both of last year’s games against the Loons. He’s now a special MLS on-call goalkeeper when teams don’t have a substituted goalkeeper available for games, currently doing time with Philadelphia.
A final connection: Carlos Vela's brother Alejandro made 9 appearances for the Loons in 2015.
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Week 4 Game Thread: Tennessee Titans (2-1) @ Houston Texans (1-2)

Pregame Information

Titans 2-1 @ 1-2 Texans
Location: NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
Weather: Temperature: 84°F / Clear / Humidity: 57% / Chance of Precipitation: 0% / Wind: 3 mph
TV: CBS
Pacific Mountain Central Eastern
10:00 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM
LAST UPDATE: GAME START

Scoreboard

1st 2nd 3rd 4th O.T. Final Score
14 16 - - - 30
0 14 - - - 14

Game Stats

Passing Cmp/Att Yards Touchdowns Interceptions
M. Mariota 6/10 96 0 2
D. Watson 14/20 196 2 1
Rushing Car Yards Touchdowns Long
M. Mariota 4 39 2 34
D. Murray 5 25 0 9
L. Miller 13 55 1 9
Recieving Rec Yards Touchdowns Long
R. Matthews 3 49 0 28
D. Hopkins 5 64 1 21
Shall be updated every quarter or so

Scoring Summmary

Team Quarter Time Play
1 12:13 Lamar Miller 2 Yard Rush, K.Fairbairn extra point is GOOD,
1 5:09 DeAndre Hopkins Pass From Deshaun Watson for 8 Yrds, K.Fairbairn extra point is GOOD
2 14:54 Will Fuller V Pass From Deshaun Watson for 16 Yrds, K.Fairbairn extra point is GOOD
2 11:44 Marcus Mariota 34 Yard Rush, R.Succop extra point is GOOD
2 6:06 Ka'imi Fairbairn Made 50 Yrd Field Goal
2 1:50 Marcus Mariota 2 Yard Rush, R.Succop extra point is GOOD
2 1:23 Deshaun Watson 1 Yard Rush Ka'imi Fairbairn Missed Ex. Pt Attmpt

Other

Watch: CBS
Stream: Check [Here]
Thread Notes:
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Can a mahfk get a ghatdang hooty fuckin hoo?

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Divisional Game Thread: Houston Texans at New England Patriots

Divisional Game

Houston Texans at New England Patriots

Time
4:30 PM Eastern
3:30 PM Central
2:30 PM Mountain
1:30 PM Pacific
Previous Season Record
10-6 [Lost in Divisional Round to (20-13)]
13-3 [Lost Super Bowl XLVI to (21-17)]
Location
Gilette Stadium, Foxborough, MA
Weather
50 degrees, cloudy, wind from SSW at 8 MPH, 89% humidity.
Watch
TV Coverage: CBS
Stream: First Row
Radio: Sirius XM Radio Channel 88
Reddit Game Stream
[10] http://www.reddit-stream.com/nfl/comments/16i83f/divisional_game_thread_houston_texans_at_new/
Odds
Spread: Patriots by 9
OveUnder: 47.5
Headlines
Team Communities

/texans | /patriots

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Game Thread: Houston Texans (9-1) @ Detroit Lions (4-6) Thanksgiving Classic

Houston Texans (9-1) vs. Detroit Lions (4-6)

Time: 12:30 PM Eastern 11:30 AM Central 10:30 AM Mountain 9:30 AM Pacific
Location: Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
TV:
Watch: CBS
Stream: Firstrow and MyP2P
Odds: Click me!
Score:
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Fin
Texans 0 14 10 7 31
Lions 7 14 3 7 31
1st Quarter:
Mikel Leshoure, 2 yd Touchdown Run (6-0)
Jason Hason, PAT (7-0)
2nd Quarter:
Arian Foster, 6 yd Touchdown Run (7-6)
Shayne Graham, PAT (7-7)
Mike Thomas, 5 yd Touchdown Pass (13-7)
Jason Hanson, PAT (14-7)
Owen Daniels, 9 yd Touchdown Pass (14-13)
Shayne Graham, PAT (14-14)
Calvin Johnson, 22 yd Touchdown Pass (20-14)
Jason Hanson, PAT (21-14)
3rd Quarter:
Jason Hanson, 46 yd Field Goal (24-14)
Justin Forsett, 81 yd Touchdown Run (24-20) Jim Schwartz challenged before the review, making the play not review-able and giving the lions a 15 yard penalty on the kickoff
Shayne Graham, PAT (24-21)
Shayne Graham, 45 yd Field Goal (24-24)
4th Quarter:
Joique Bell, 23 yd Touchdown Run (30-24)
Jason Haosn, PAT (31-24)
Arian Foster, 1 yd Touchdown Run (31-30)
Shayne Graham, PAT (31-31)
Overtime:
Shayne Graham, 32 yd Field Goal (34-31)
Final
Houston Texans: 34
Detroit Lions: 31
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HAPPY THANKSGIVING /NFL! ENJOY THE FIRST GAME OF THE DAY!

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Week 4 Game Thread: Tennessee Titans (1-2) @ Houston Texans (2-1)

Basic Information

Titans 1-2 @ 2-1 Texans
Location: NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
Weather: Temperature: 82°F / Partly Cloudy / Humidity: 50% / Chance of Precipitation: 0% / Wind: 6 MPH NE
TV: CBS
Pacific Mountain Central Eastern
10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00
LAST UPDATED: END GAME

Scoreboard

1st 2nd 3rd 4th O.T. Final Score
3 14 3 0 - 20
14 6 7 0 - 27

Game Stats

Passing Cmp/Att Yards Touchdowns Interceptions
M.Mariota 12/28 192 0 1
B. Osweiler 25/37 254 2 2
Rushing Car Yards Touchdowns Long
D. Murray 23 81 2 14
L. Miller 19 82 0 13
Recieving Rec Yards Touchdowns Long
R. Matthews 2 82 0 60
W. Fuller 6 80 1 28
Shall be updated every scoring drive or so

Scoring Summmary

Team Quarter Time Play
1 10:37 C .Fiedorowicz 14 yard pass from B. Osweiler (N. Novak kick is good)
1 5:34 W. Fuller 5 yard pass from B. Osweiler (N. Novak kick is good)
1 2:40 R. Succop 48 yard Field Goal
2 13:47 N. Novak 53 yard Field Goal
2 11:26 D. Murray 2 yard run (R. Succop kick is good)
2 2:32 D. Murray 1 yard run (R. Succop kick is good)
2 0:11 N. Novak 45 yard Field Goal
3 7:07
3 1:12 W. Fuller 67 yard punt return (N. Novak kick is good)

Other

Watch:
Stream: Check Here
Thread Notes:
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GAME THREAD: Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8) @ Houston Texans (8-1)

Jacksonville Jaguars (1-8) @ Houston Texans (8-1)

Time: 1:00 PM Eastern 12:00 PM Central 11:00 PM Mountain 10:00 PM Pacific
Location: Reliant Stadium, Houston TX
Weather at kickoff:
Indoors
TV:
Watch: CBS
Stream: First Row Sports
Odds:
Texans -16
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Game Thread: Divisional Round, Houston Texans (10-6) at Baltimore Ravens (12-4)

Divisional Round
Time
1:00 PM Eastern
12:00 PM Central
11:00 AM Mountain
10:00 AM Pacific
Previous Season Record
12-4 [lost to in Divisional Rd]
6-10 [missed playoffs]
Location
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore MD
Weather
34° F Sunny
[Detailed Weather Conditions]
Watch
TV Coverage: CBS
Stream: FirstRowSports | VIPBox
Radio: Sirius XM Radio Channel 88
Odds
Spread: Ravens by 7 (BAL -7)
OveUnder: 37
More Odds/Stats HERE
News/Headlines
ESPN Game HQ
Texans Foster, Ravens Lewis Foes Today, Friends Off-Field
Houston Chronicle Game Breakdown
Ravens, Texans Take Similar Approach to Playoffs
Team Communities
/ravens
/texans
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GAME THREAD: Baltimore Ravens (5-1) at Houston Texans (5-1)

Baltimore Ravens (5-1) (vs. Houston Texans (5-1)

Location: Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern 12:00 PM Central 11:00 AM Mountain 10:00 AM Pacific
Game Summary:
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd 4th FINAL
3 0 7 3 13
9 20 7 7 43
Score Description Time Game
FG Justin Tucker 51 Yd FG 1ST Q - 11:01 3-0
SAF Flacco Sacked By Connor Barwin In End Zone 1ST Q - 4:54 3-2
TD Walter 25 Yard Pass From Schaub 1ST Q - 0:36 9-3
TD J Joseph 52 Yard Interception Return 2ND Q - 15:00 16-3
TD Daniels 1 Yard Pass From Schaub 2ND Q - 6:03 23-3
FG Shayne Graham 33 Yard Field Goal 2ND Q - 2:00 26-3
FG Shayne Graham 29 Yard Field Goal 2ND Q - 0:06 29-3
TD T. Doss 15 Yard Pass From Flacco 3RD Q - 10:42 29-10
TD Arian Foster 1 Yard Run 3RD Q - 3:00 36-10
FG Justin Tucker 54 Yd FG 4TH Q - 12:28 36-13
TD Arian Foster 2 Yard Run 4TH Q - 8:54 43-13
Viewing Options
Watch: CBS, DIRECTV: 710
Listen: Sirius XM Channel 137
Streams: Firstrow
Wiziwig
MyP2P
Ilemi
Atdhe
Reddit Stream: http://reddit-stream.com/comments/11uk2k/
Odds
Click me!
Previous Matchups
Win Final Loss Date
43-13 Oct 21, 2012
20-13 Jan 15, 2012
29-14 Oct 16, 2011
34-28 Dec 13, 2010
41-13 Nov 9, 2008
16-15 Dec 4, 2005
23-19 Dec 15, 2002
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Game Thread - Houston Texans [11-2] vs Indianapolis Colts [9-4]

Houston Texans (11-2) vs. Indianapolis Colts (9-4) - Reddit Heavy Load Bowl

Time: 1:00 PM Eastern 12:00 PM Central 11:00 AM Mountain 10:00 AM Pacific
Location: Reliant Stadium, Houston, TX
Weather at kickoff:
Muggy and raining outside, roof closed
TV:
Watch: CBS
Stream: Firstrow
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r/Cordcutters Guide to Watching Midterm Election Coverage

Hello and welcome everyone! We already have had several requests for information on watching mid-term election coverage. To keep the information consolidated and easy to find, we have decided to make a guide for watching election coverage for those who wish to watch news about the election. We will be removing duplicate posts asking for this information to keep the sub as uncluttered as possible.
After a lot of discussion, the moderator team voted to lock the post because of the contentious nature of this election and because we have a no politics rule. We realize not everyone is interested in watching or discussing election coverage as well and there are plenty of subreddits where you can discuss the election itself.
I want to thank our moderator team for helping put together this list. If we missed anything, please send us mod mail here. Please don't forget to vote today!
You can also get election updates via search engines, voice assistants and social media sites such as those discussed in this article. For example, Amazon’s Alexa “What’s my election update?” prompts updates about Congressional and state races specific to your location. Google Assistant also offers real-time election results. Apple’s Siri can also address some elections-related questions or direct to a website for answers. Reddit, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, and Snapchat will all offer some form of live video or updates.

Free Local Coverage:

Subscription Based Local Coverage via Live Streaming Services:

Most generally offer a free trial. Prices vary. Available on a variety of devices including streaming boxes, mobile/tablet apps, and websites. All also have national coverage too. Be sure to check zip code tools to find your favorite local channel is available.

Free National Coverage:

Also note that some of these sites and broadcasters also have twitter accounts and other social media accounts with live feeds as well.

Paid National Coverage - for more information and packages, see our guide

Check each site's zip code tool to find out if ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, Telemundo, or Univision are available as local channels in your area. None have PBS.

News Channels In Other Languages

Note: This guide is primarily for cordcutters and those without cable tv. If you have cable tv, you can try any of the free options here, do a free trial of a streaming service if you choose not to use your own cable tv.
(Updated to add C-SPAN and alternative choices.)
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Game Thread: Houston Texans [2-0] vs Denver Broncos [1-1]

Houston Texans [2-0] vs Denver Broncos [1-1]

Time: 4:25 PM Central
Location: Mile High Stadium, Denver
Weather at kickoff:
86°F/Wind 7mph/Partly Cloudy/10% chance of rain
TV:
Watch: CBS
Stream: Firstrow and WizWig.tv
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Game Thread: Miami Dolphins (0-0) vs. Houston Texans (0-0)

Miami Dolphins (0-0) vs. Houston Texans (0-0)

Time: 1:00 PM Eastern
12:00 PM Central
Location: Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas (Roof closed)
TV:
Watch: CBS
Stream: Firstrow and MyP2P
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GAME THREAD: (2-1) Houston Texans vs (1-2) San Francisco 49ers

(2-1) Houston Texans vs (1-2) San Francisco 49ers
NRG Stadium (Houston, TX) Partly Cloudy 85° August 28, 2014 8:00pm CST
Houston Texans San Francisco
Head Coach Bill O'Brien Jim Harbaugh
TV KTRK 13 ABC CBS 5 (KPIX)
Team Blogs Battle Red Blog Niners Nation
Kickoff: 8:00pm CST On-Line Stream: Check /nfl thread Matchup :Preview Odds: LOL PRESEASON
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Score
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