Watch The Main Squeeze And Jaden Carlson Play “Stranger Things” Theme & More In Colorado

first_imgLast Saturday, October 28th, Boulder, CO fans had some Halloween fun with The Main Squeeze came to town. The soul band set up shop at the Fox Theatre, hitting fans with a Halloween celebration that kept them grooving into the night.One of the highlights from the show was a sit-in by 15-year-old guitarist Jaden Carlson, who joined the Squeeze for an extended run of songs. Carlson would come in for a live take on the Stranger Things theme, followed by “Luke’s Theme” and “Tank X-ing” during the set. Fortunately, there’s some new footage from the event to capture this exciting live music moment!Watch Carlson and The Main Squeeze join forces in the new pro-shot video below!Both Jaden Carlson Band and The Main Squeeze will be touring throughout the rest of the year, so don’t miss them. You can see Carlson’s full tour schedule below.Jaden Carlson Band Upcoming Tour DatesNOV 4 | Cervantes Other Side | Denver, CO w/ the Nth PowerNOV 5 | Hodi’s Half Note | Fort Collins, CO w/ the Nth PowerNOV 30 | The Fox Theatre | Boulder, CO headlining w/ support from Amoramora and Envy ALODEC 28 | The Animas City Theatre | Durango, CO w/ special guests TBADEC 29 | The Eldo | Crested Butte, CODEC 30 | The Lariat | Buena Vista, CODEC 31 | Stage Stop | Nederland, CO w/ Digglast_img read more

MLAX : Season-long faceoff struggles plague SU once again; Duke’s senior midfielders take control

first_img Comments Published on May 12, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Ryne: [email protected] DURHAM, N.C. – John Desko couldn’t escape the topic. From his opening statement to the questions he faced following Syracuse’s loss to Duke on Saturday, the head coach repeated himself over and over.A 7-of-24 faceoff performance filtered into the performance of the Orange in every facet of the game. The offense could never get going without the ball. And the defense was forced to try to slow down an explosive Duke offense for nearly the entire game.After plaguing Syracuse all season, Desko addressed the future of the position that was the difference in so many games this season.‘We got to keep working at it, obviously recruiting wise, we’re going to be looking for anybody that we think can come in and help us out right away there,’ Desko said.Syracuse (9-8) came into the year with a focus on getting better at the X. But for the most part, draws remained an issue for the team all season. It proved to be the problem that ended the Orange’s year in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Saturday in a 12-9 loss to Duke (14-4) at Koskinen Stadium.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe startlingly low number of faceoff victories was what Desko and his players pointed to as the answer to nearly every question surrounding the loss. The battle for possession prevented SU from having any chance to pull off the upset despite tying the game early in the second half.The Orange never dominated an opponent at the X all season, and came into the game ranked 41st out of 50 Division-I teams in faceoff-win percentage at 47.5 percent.Desko tried seven different players on draws this season, and while some had their share of success, all of them were inconsistent.After Syracuse won the faceoff battle in its last two games at the Big East tournament, Desko is hopeful sophomore specialists Chris Daddio and Ricky Buhr establish themselves and turn Syracuse’s weakness around next season.‘Our guys will be juniors next year and hopefully step into their own like they did the last part of the season,’ Desko said.Duke attack capitalizes on opportunitiesDuke head coach John Danowski credited his senior midfielders for sparking the Blue Devils offense.Justin Turri and Robert Rotanz each finished with three goals to contribute to the team’s 12-9 win over Syracuse on Saturday. But Danowski was more impressed by the plays that didn’t show up in the box score after the game.‘While they did make plays and score goals,’ Danowski said, ‘I was happier with their decision making, passes they didn’t make, feeds they didn’t force which allowed us to maintain possession of the ball and then continue to hunt for good opportunities.’On a day when Duke had plenty of chances to attack Syracuse offensively, staying patient and maximizing those opportunities was key for the Blue Devils. The patient approach of working the ball around until a teammate found a wide-open shot paid off as the team finished with 12 goals.When the Blue Devils jumped out to a three-goal lead, that patience was on display. Duke had the Syracuse defense constantly sliding with quick passes around the perimeter before taking the open shot.The Blue Devils caught the Syracuse defense out of sorts on an extra-man opportunity about four minutes into the third quarter, and Rotanz buried a shot into the back of the net for his third goal to put Duke up 7-5. SU defenders David Hamlin, Matt Harris and Brandon Mullins all furiously tried to get set for the Duke possession, but Rotanz beat all of them and fired past Orange goaltender Bobby Wardwell for the score.Later, Mullins was late rotating out to attack Christian Walsh, who scored Duke’s fourth consecutive goal of the third period and sent the Blue Devils on their way to a first-round victory.‘We kept the ball moving, we didn’t settle for the first easy look we didn’t let the goalie make any of the easy saves,’ Turri said. ‘We were really patient and spread the ball around and moved it to anybody. No one guy is the key to the offense.’[email protected]center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Syracuse football: 3 quick takeaways from Syracuse’s blowout 62-28 loss to Louisville

first_img Published on September 10, 2016 at 12:08 am Contact Jon: [email protected] | @jmettus Syracuse (1-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) was blown out by No. 13 Louisville (2-0, 1-0), losing 62-28, in the Carrier Dome on Friday night. The Cardinals amassed 845 yards of offense — a school record for Louisville, the most given up by an SU team and an ACC record.Here are three quick reactions from the game.Shell-shockedSyracuse started the game about as poorly as anyone could’ve thought. Within the first five minutes, Louisville had racked up more than 200 yards of offense and scored three touchdowns.Jackson alone already had 133 yards and one touchdown through the air, along with 79 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textOn the first play from scrimmage, Jackson hit receiver James Quick up the seam on the left side for a 72-yard touchdown pass. Quick burned Syracuse safety Antwan Cordy up the middle of the field.Two offensive plays for Louisville later, Jackson found receiver Jaylen Smith on the same route, just the other side of the field. Smith got inside safety Kielan Whitner for the 61-yard catch. Jackson then danced his way into the end zone from 10-yards out.Fans were already booing as the Cardinals came off the field.The very next time Jackson touched the ball he did the same thing — only this time it was from 72 yards away. Jackson took the snap out of shotgun, ran right, past defensive end Kenneth Ruff, and juked Whitner in the open field.Action JacksonLamar Jackson was everything as advertised in the Carrier Dome on Friday. He finished the game with 411 yards in the air and 199 on the ground. He was 20-for-39 and accounted for five touchdowns. His 610 total yards is most in ACC history and he’s just the second player in FBS history with 400 pass yards and 150 rush yards in a game.The sophomore quarterback accounted for more yards than the Orange’s offense totaled. Jackson’s stat line was even hurt by several drops from his receiving corps.When the Cardinals needed a third down conversion, Jackson would either scramble for 10-plus yards or complete a touch pass along the sideline. He broke tackles and even hurdled Syracuse defensive back Cordell Hudson on an impressive touchdown run.MORE COVERAGE:Storify: Syracuse fans react to 62-28 loss against LouisvilleStorify: Twitter reacts to Lamar Jackson dominating Syracuse defenseLouisville destroys Syracuse football in 34-point blowout Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Going downA common scene in the Carrier Dome on Friday was Louisville players laying on the turf with apparent injuries. Each time the stoppage of play was met with a chorus of boos from the Syracuse crowd.The first time it happened was on Syracuse’s third drive of the game. Eric Dungey slipped a pass to Moe Neal to Louisville’s 17-yard line and as the Orange tried to lineup for another snap, a Louisville defensive lineman remained on the ground.Referees stopped play and SU head coach Dino Babers ran down the sideline yelling at the officials in protest.At least three other times in the game, a Cardinals defensive player caused a stoppage of play with a leg injury. Once, an SU fan yelled, “lock him up.” When the Cardinals were driving down the field fans yelled, “somebody fall down.”Each time, Babers seemed to be upset and talked with the referees.When Louisville’s Chris Williams squirmed on the ground while Syracuse was in the red zone. Dungey ran over to the defensive lineman and turned him over before running back Dontae Strickland pulled Dungey away. Commentslast_img read more