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Fresh update on "georgia tech" discussed on Schopp and Bulldog

Schopp and Bulldog

00:18 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "georgia tech" discussed on Schopp and Bulldog

"I think it's a chance for You know, like a Duke University or Georgia Tech could be even more outstanding pillars of their community and give those kids and the people better around them a chance to You know, See them talk to them and then maybe aspire to, you know, kids to look up to them one day and say, Man, I could be Ah do basketball player One day, man. I saw something such as a voting booth and man, I'm I'm a big fan now. So you know, I just think it was just a great thing actually voted to pass yesterday. So we've just been really, really excited. Just the potential of Ah, what can happen in the future? Chris boss to time MBA champion 11 Time n ba Austin. Well, I will sleep then. All you because 11 time. I mean, I was sweet, but it doing you know when you see it, And now it is, like Levin. I mean, you think about it when you start looking at people, statistics and numbers and in appreciate the career, But when you see it right, it takes on a different meaning. But, you know, Dad's Obviously you mentioned the political things you mentioned. All of that would not only from a political standpoint, everything we've gone through in 2020 from the pandemic, just everything we're dealing with. If in the end a championship in this bubble, Chris and because of the pandemic, how would it be view this year with the champion? I mean, you know what man look by any means necessary. That's how it is. Ah, that was always kind of my focus as an athlete eyes interesting. Other people have asked me. Would it be an actress by? I think this is one of the hardest years to win an MBA championship. You don't crowd aspect. You don't have that thing. That extra thing to really pump you up and gets you going is just straight up basketball. There's no limited people around. It's a totally different situation. But you know you knows Well as I do, guys, they give a trophy away. They put your name in the record books, you know, and it's almost been a year since they got started. So this is then this will be cracked. This will be the longest journey for any champion. That's ever been crowned in the NBA. So lucky I'll take it. I take it. You know if if someone wanted to put an Astra by it or say it doesn't count? You know, they probably haven't really Really gone for for a goal. And you know that's one thing about every guy there, which for sure, in particular LeBron and the Miami Heat, they both understand what's at stake and And you know, it's never happened before. I think that's AH, That's quite a unique situation. And, you know, we'll see what happens. And I mean the playoffs. They've been incredible. I mean, the games have been incredible. Um, yeah, You know, there have been some dramatic instances already, And that's just the first two rounds, so I expected to get even even better as a zoo. The conference finals continues to go on start, Chris. Every time I hear you speak. You're so objective in your neutral in the way you look at things. So you get to pick one. Who are you picking? Oh, I was going to get him on the last course of Miami, LeBron James and Michael Jordan. You want to get one baby? I'm not talking about me, but you get one on your team. What am I picking for? Theo? Get one. You get one, Chris. Get one with you. I mean, this is what we do. Barbershop C b, This is Look, I'm gonna go. I'm gonna go. I'm gonna go with Brian. One because there's my guy. I play with him, You know, he's he's given me many assists and many open shots. Lot of those pocket passes, pick and roll to the basket is responsible for, you know. Ah, nice portion of my points that I got in Miami. Come on, go with my guy. You know what I mean? But I only say that because you know, the of I know what he brings to the table. We know what M J brings as well..

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Fresh update on "georgia tech" discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

00:41 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "georgia tech" discussed on College Football Live

"Handle success they need to put together consecutive quality promising performances so that they can generate some confidence they can generate a lock room of. That can lead to further winds down the road. There's there's a lot riding on this in my opinion for Miami. And makes a lot of sense and that momentum can make sex difference. Let's take a look at our Dr Pepper Championships drive game of the week in that game to. Coming Up Fourteen, th ranked UCF playing it season opener on the road against the Georgia tech team that is coming off a road win at Florida state. Now, according to ESPN's F. B., I. has a seventy eight percent chance to win this game this Emma get right lose. What are you watching for in this one? Rod. Going here. All right. I'm really excited. I'm really excited to see how the freshman just sims at Georgia. Tech performs had to go on the road difficult environment gets Florida state wasn't perfect but boy was he poised they got a future star on the making so I think that Georgia tech got a little confidence got a little momentum they're playing at home UCF has never beat Georgia Tech and UCF has had at least ten players opt out of this season. So this is an intriguing match-up maybe a better one rod than than maybe it looks on paper initially. I think that's right and Kudos to Georgia. Tech for you know the win over Florida State. I'm still trying to get used to the fact that there's no option at Georgia Tech. But I really see this as a big game for UCF you know they've got a lot of players out as you mentioned, but you know this is a year if you're ever going to have. A group of five team make a run for the playoff. Oh Yeah. This is the year when it could happen and if you see F has the same kind of season they've had in the past couple of seasons they would be in the mix Ford. So I'm anxious to see how they hold up on the road. With Georgia Tech. Guy, ask you this. We'll just circle back because it's still what we're talking about. Primarily, the PAC twelve again, meeting on Friday you have the meeting on Saturday. It looks like everybody trying to pave a way to return. Is this weekend we've had college football but are removing. Inching. Closer. If you will to feeling like we have a full slate and a full almost normal, I can't believe I'm using that word. Weekend of college football. Wendy you know it's fascinating because when this all began everyone thought Jeez, you know there's going to be a lot of pressure on the SEC in the ACC. Big Twelve for going forward, what's going to happen, and then it flipped you had this weekend where things have gone well, and they've sort of marched through the issues of contact tracing and positive tests, and now the pressure's on every other conference that's not playing even the mountain west now is looking at playing when they said a couple of weeks ago that they were only GonNa play in the spring that's chain. So the pressure has changing flip dramatically and yeah I think everyone's trying to get in and get started as soon as they can. Not, ignore the big elephant in the room as well, and finances are a big part of this particularly for some these group of five programs where you know you need the revenue that will be coming in whether it's through television contracts on and so forth. So I think it's important that everybody at least try try to move forward and then. Again Yeah. Yeah don't forget about the cost of testing. Maryland said that he estimated it's seven hundred thousand to a million bucks ninety program that doesn't and that's that's death for an FBI program group of five that's to my money and we saw we saw James Franklin say, Hey, got make good choices and that's how you move forward. When you're away from the building make good choices that student athletes. Well. That's exactly what they're going to have to ask these guys. They can't do the NBA thing. They're not going to be involved bubble, their student athletes they're going to class around campuses of, but again, right now, the PAC twelve meeting tomorrow we've waited windy big ten set. Up Your. You..

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Fresh update on "georgia tech" discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

00:52 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "georgia tech" discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"They are I did bought Miami a couple of points finally seeing you know quarterback in that system making place maybe not significant upgrade there but Yeah I. You know the other upgrades Clemson I left the same way for us I don I upgraded about a point? Are You hearing the commotion of the with Right Now i? Am I'm hearing the commotion there you got the The cat in the background and Brad Powers has left to show here for a minute to. Let the cat out of the prefer proverbial bag here. Let accountable but then you leave the door open. So the damn thing's GonNa come back. Well, have you heard. A door he he can open a door. So we'll see that's all right. It's fine. It happens you know. Whatever. Look I mean it's it's one of those things with the ACC in that you sort of wonder how these teams will look if they hit the ground running if they have that transition period and you know we don't really know what some of those teams will look like this week we don't know what the will look like next week and all must very excited to have another major conference back. You mentioned with the Florida. State. Movement that you already had line off market a little bit on the Georgia Tech side and I agree with you I had my number in the same range that you did a Baltimore on Georgia tech last week. Coming to fruition. So it's an important lesson for our listeners here and I want to spend a couple minutes on this with regards to power ratings adjustments where when you're already off market, you know that sort of dictates the adjustment you actually make. It does so Maybe. Not as aggressive I mean it's more about the market coming towards your number was. So again, typically find us on that performance out of Georgia Tech and you know just saying my power rings was close to that line going into it maybe I upgrade them three four points, Dow. Great. Florida state four five points or whatnot to me whenever the mark that the game result ends up going along kind of where I'm at obviously the the amount of adjustments just not there I don't automatically just change the change. Along with everybody else I in smaller changes for me the market starting to come where I'm at on that particular team. or its forgot one of our highlight topics here for this Thursday edition of ATS. Dot. Io Radio and. I wanted to talk about Haiti capping coaches in college football because know in the NFL, there are obviously some very good coaches some coaches that are below average and guys that we would all say are pretty bad but much like a ratings gap from one to thirty two in the NFL, the gap between coaches isn't as significant I would say as it is in college football. So first before we talk about some specific examples here that you've taken advantage of in this twenty twenty season. How do you hit he kept coaches I mean how how do you quantify coaches that are better than others or you just sort of filed away the back of your mind and use it maybe as justification for a play more than having some sort of actual statistical analysis of the coaches? Coaches goes into my team. Already I have a specific column for coaches and obviously big. There's between the Nick Sabin and you know first year coach I always use the example might jinx from bowling green from a few years ago Vick difference there. So it goes into the overall team already now specifically to this year I, you know when it came to first year coach is even if I really liked the higher I wasn't big on upgrading that that. Team from coaching aspects say for example floor. State. Mike norval who I think is a you know an upgrade over Willie Taggart from last year. Normally it hey, you know he's a first year coach upgraded the coaching spot for that particular category, my power ending not the case this year because the disadvantages specifically dacoven least might theory was first year coaches were going to be really behind eight ball. No spring practices less actual face to face time with your actual. Did players. So I wasn't anxious to battle out of first year coaches at least the first couple of weeks a season. Thankfully, that is proven to be correct I mean I your coaches so far at bs FCA essence reveal Alana those FCS teams playing at PS names I mean I hear coaches now are two eight against the number. And how long do you expect that to last I? Mean how long do you give these coaches seeing their teams in action and then having that week of practice in this is something that just carries over all the way through two thousand twenty not having spring practices having kind of the weird camps and lead up to the season all that or do you expect some of these first year coaches to make the necessary adjustments with their teams and get them into a better spot? Another great question typically maybe I'll use it first couple weeks the season in normal season maybe. It's an extra week this year or in case by case basis will see Ma-. Maybe some figure it out. The beauty of this year is we have a staggered schedule cell as some of those first year coaches start to make those adjustments you know sacking game third game four game whatnot we get you know ramp up SEC's going to be playing next week with four new coaches. Big Ten going to have new coaches here I in. October. So the beauty of it is the my last all all year long run playing against first year is just because of the staggered schedule. Now I think when we say coaches, people assume that we head coaches but to me I really love handicapping the coordinators. That's one of my favorite things to do in the lead up to a college football season didn't do as much of that as I typically do because I didn't really expect college football to be played. DidN'T WANNA put in the time like I mentioned before I put in a ton of time in the MLB betting guide back in February and then. Of course, you know that kind of went up in flames a little bit. So what about coordinators? How do you sort of factor them into this equation depends on how drastic this scheme changes although say that circus had a dramatic scheme changed three, three five and I thought their defense against North. Carolina looked pretty legit last week..

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Fresh update on "georgia tech" discussed on Hey, It's Cory Hepola

Hey, It's Cory Hepola

00:29 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "georgia tech" discussed on Hey, It's Cory Hepola

"Is the number I used to get all the gambling info that I need. Mr Kevin Todd, What's up, buddy? Hey, Bill, how you doing? I just wanna let you know that every one that called off your show last week got Kansas City laying the 9.5 points. They won the game 34 to 20. And let me tell you, Bill, I have the same information on this game today. Cincinnati at Cleveland, and I'm going to give it to your listeners Absolutely free bill. All they have to do is dial 888. 3 to 07517 or go to my website, the sports brokers dot com opt in and a broken will call him. I'm going to give him tonight's winner absolutely free and I'm going on a 210 Thursday night streak right here, Bill. Have it out here on writer than you with me, Bill writer. If you've been listening last three weeks for the three years we were on in the evenings, you know, I never bet Browns games on my own. You want Kevin Todd's help tonight? Cleveland Cincinnati Great Game Big game. Tough game to bed. Kevin, I know you got a few other appetizer picks for what else? Your eye and out there. Well, listen, I'm going to give your listeners three winners on your show. Right now. The first game I got is I'm looking at 14th, ranked Sexual Florida there on the road or minus 7.5 of Georgia Tech. This is a great situation here for Central Florida number one. They've already had game Phil on Georgia Tech from the week before. What? How they beat Florida State number two. This is a great letdown spot for Georgia Tech after beating F issue on the row, plus the fact Georgia Tech is one and six against the spread their last seven home games. I think Central Florida goes into Georgia Tech and wins this game by double digits. I'm laying the 7.5 here, Bill. I love Central Florida. Love that. I got a buddy who into Central Florida. I'm gonna text him next. Get him on the get him on the money making bandwagon. For Kevin Todd 883207517 sports broker. Sports brokers dot com Alright, Cab. What's AH, What's pick number two. Pick number two. 17th ranked Miami's heading into Louisville, and last week Miami won the game and cover but they kind of struggled. Against you, Abe. They won the game by 17. They were laying 16. Miami is five and 11 the last 16 Road games Louisville for over the last four home games against his spread there, laying a small number here, this Linus small because to the respect that Miami gets, if it wasn't Miami, I think Louisville would probably be like a 5 to 6 Point favorite. I think the small number here Louisville at home waited 2.5. I like this game. Gimme Louisville here minus 2 2.5 Bill. I love that. That Bill writer with you here right in the new CBS sports radio hanging out my dude Kevin Todd, who has funded himself personally. Many of Vegas trip in many an expensive steak with these pics. Kevin, give me number three buddy. I'm in. Let's let's rock and roll. Okay before I get in the number of three bill, like I said before tonight's game Cincinnati at Cleveland. I'm giving it to your listeners absolutely free. I want to earn their business bill. All they have to do is dial 8883207517. That's 8883207517 folks I treat this is a business. I take the gambling expect out of it. If you want to make 10 to $20,000 a week, $100,000 a month you give me a call right now. For my last pick, Bill, I'm going right into the NFL and we saw San Francisco Blow a 10 point. Lee at home over Arizona. San Francisco is still a very good football team. They're on the road there at the Jets Jets. Listen, I'm a big jet fan. They are just God awful. They have the one of the worst coaches in football. I have no idea why they even thought about hiring Adam Gates, the Jets the last seven games in the month of September. Are one in six against the spread for San Francisco. When they go on the road, and they play New York. They've only played him like about seven times. I believe in the last 10 years, but they're six and one straight up when they play at New York. This line is, I think, 6 6.5. I love San Francisco here to bounce back and a blowout win. Give me the 40. Niners Bill. I love that. You know what I was about to get on that game anyway. And now that you've endorsed that I'm 100% in wherever you're listening. You should be, too. Kevin Todd. 8883207517 Cleveland. This Cleveland Cleveland Bangles game is tricky. You need Kevin's help the sports brokers dot com 8883207517. Kevin Love the insight. You are the man. I can't wait. Do it again next week, Buddy. Bill always love talking to you. And I'll speak t next Thursday, Bill. Thanks, pal. Kevin Todd, That dude is the best. I'm telling you. I've known Kevin for Man three or four years, and I have bet all the games Kevin has suggested. And I am so far up right now, you little fool side stash of money for Vegas Love talking some gambling with Kevin Todd and I love just talking gambling in general. So let's do this. Let's do our weekly gambling segment. Bill makes the tough picks so you can fade accordingly. It's time for bed writer with an apology. Three and two last week, so if you faded me And losing week. I'm sorry. It's not typical. Actually, I've been okay lately. So if you want to fade me, I got no, I got other beloved Expected. Mr Di Benedetto Thomas. I'm definitely I was already on. I was with Kevin. He talked me into it. Niners. Plus 7.5 is a lot of that's a big number, but a little break. What's the braking is for your jets at things. Lookingood Jamison Crowder is not practicing today. And he was like, pretty much literally all the Jets had going on offense, and I already thought they were gonna get blown out in this game..

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Active shooter drills are meant to prepare students. But research finds 'severe' side effects.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Active shooter drills are meant to prepare students. But research finds 'severe' side effects.

"Mike Murillo. W T. O P News. It's 3 12. There's apparently a downside to those active shooter drills in schools, a new report says. Those drills are linked to a 42% increase in anxiety and stress and a 39% increase in depression among the school community. NBC News got the report in advance of its release today by Everytown for gun safety. It relied on research from Georgia Tech, which analyzed nearly 28 million tweets that came from accounts with connections to 114 schools across the country that held active shooter drills. Researchers examined changes in social media posts in the 90 days before and after a drill. The higher rates of anxiety and depression were evidenced by an increase in words like

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Atlanta - Georgia QB Jamie Newman opts out of 2020 college football season

Clark Howard

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Atlanta - Georgia QB Jamie Newman opts out of 2020 college football season

"Potential starting quarterback Jamie Newman. Decides to opt out with 24 days to go before the opener. I'm doubting US bees after traded instead of admitting that he can't perform at the level that he's expected to, he's given Excuse because of covert 19. That is one dog fan's opinion on Jamie Newman's Opt out Be the WSB Open mic from message boards and Twitter reaction to some say, Wow, Just wow. Also good luck. And there's also this this taking taking advantage advantage of of this this situation. situation. A A Georgia Georgia Tech Tech fan fan human human not not wanting wanting to to play play for for the the mutt's mutt's this this fall fall is is the the funniest funniest thing thing I've I've heard heard all all day day Go. Go. Jackets Jackets Edgar Edgar Trick. It's 95.5 wsb

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COVID-19 cases continue to balloon at Georgia Tech, Atlanta

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

COVID-19 cases continue to balloon at Georgia Tech, Atlanta

"By speedy Milton High School football team coaches. Schools to leaders are under quarantine this evening, the second school in north Fulton County to do so do its football team. 51 New Covert 19 cases confirmed at Georgia Tech that number out light today. And the overall George's story today, the day by day. Numbers that come out Monday afternoon. Usually unreliably low because of the weekend is his Tuesdays are often unreliably high for that same reason, the testing positivity rate, though his state above 10%, and in fact, the seven day rolling positivity average Is now back above

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Universities scramble to deal with virus outbreaks

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Universities scramble to deal with virus outbreaks

"It's been a rocky start for a number of universities across the country that have open classrooms for in person learning during the pandemic one week after opening for in person classes you NC Chapel Hill has some one hundred thirty covert nineteen infections among students and a handful of staffers now switching to online learning and making housing arrangements for those who want to leave at Georgia tech grad student Margot pay as helped lead a die in protest Georgia tech officials say students want the on campus experience and schools could be crippled financially if they're only online the university of Notre Dame has about sixty virus cases and some two dozen sorority sisters at Oklahoma state are quarantined after an outbreak there perhaps linked to partying hi Jackie Quinn

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Early Explorations of AI for Creativity with Devi Parikh

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

05:10 min | Last month

Early Explorations of AI for Creativity with Devi Parikh

"Art, everyone I am here with Davy. Pathetic Davey is an associate professor in the school, of Interactive, computing at Georgia Tech as well as a research scientist at facebook. Ai. Research Davey welcome to the tomato podcast. Thanks for having me. is great to get a chance to to speak with you learn a bit about what you're up to as is typical at love for us to start by having you introduce yourself a little bit to our audience and in particular share. The source of your. Interest in computer vision in a and what led you to the field. Chuck I think my interest in this field started in, I think about the thirty of Undergrad, my junior year budge program had several research projects. Students could get involved in and especially a funny story. I was interested in computer architecture at the time and I thought I had signed on for the computer architecture project. But then when they were matching students to project I somehow got assigned to. This machine learning project, which at the time we were calling pattern recognition because I was just department, and that's what we call the then But say. Accidentally. ACCIDENTALLY ENDED UP ON A. Over two choices was it sounds like a Potpourri kind of glass. I. Said this was this was meant to be like a free form of. Wasn't in class, it was meant to be research projects, industrial projects that students could work on credit and so this was true that and so that's how I started working in the states I enjoyed it enough to WanNa, go to Grad School in Grad School. And then the transition to computer vision happened about in the first year of overnight started my PhD. was working on a pattern recognition and machine learning problems for intrusion detection in computer networks But then I had colleagues around me who working on images computer vision, and they could visually see the output of the things that they would working on. which to me is that affects us a intuitive and mortar feeling and I think that's where. The draw came from and I switched, I worked with that and that's what I've been doing. All, these years since. Awesome, and you've been at Georgia tech for our how long I think about four years three and a half four years. No. Okay. Cool. And you're also as I mentioned, add at facebook. Are you kind of equally at both or how do you out of the? Out For you yeah, yeah. Yes. I split my time between Georgia Tech and fair I'm at Georgia Tech in the faults and physically in Atlanta from about mid August to mid. December. Or so But I'm teaching classes and things of that sort. And then I'm on the from Georgia tech in the spring and then, and that's what I'm spending time in the spring and summer. Of. site. That's much cleaner fit or split than I imagined. Yeah. Yeah, and I like that it's this clean. I can't that our colleagues who have like one day a week. And flying back and forth goes to Costa, I just use like a large. This much cleaner won't be. Slid. Yeah So tell us a little bit about your current research interests. How do you Focus Your your research at Georgia? Tech Slash Fair. like like we were talking about my background is in computer vision in the last several years five, seven years. At this point, I've done a lot of work intersection of vision language, some things like visual question on sitting image captioning and things of that sort. So that's been sort of my my main research agenda. This whole time and continues to beat is ten, spend a lot of time on it. But in the last couple of years have gotten more and more interested in problems at the intersection of. India. Deputy and so it's still very early, very exported. But I've been thinking about that quite a bit does won't outside. But my time between vision anguish things also some body day. I would agents in virtual environments and things like that. But like I said more recently, I've been thinking a lot about the tippity. And did the work in an language or vision in language lead directly to the I in creativity or? What kind of burned that interest? Yeah. I think it's hard to kind of. And figure out exactly what got me interested in this, I think overall I've generally had an intonation towards a systems that are interacting with people, and so I think my interest vision and language also was the language offered. My background is in vision, but I think what drew me to language was the fact that it's sort of a very natural interface for humans for people to interact with these systems and ask questions. Get the descriptions from the machine and get a sense for what the machine might be seeing and things like that So I think it is that human-eye interaction collaboration aspect that also interests me. is also one of the reasons why I'm excited about. Activities, deputies,

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Robots are getting personal during the pandemic

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:41 min | Last month

Robots are getting personal during the pandemic

"The. The pandemic could seriously kick start living and working with robots from American public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm Ali would. This week on marketplace tech, we're reporting on the innovations that will help us transition to a post pandemic future. One of those innovations has been waiting in the wings for a long time robots. Robots can do jobs that are too dangerous for humans or just make life a little easier and even offer some friendship during lockdown. A Howard is a robot assist and professor at Georgia Tech. She says, the pandemic has been a push for robotics of all types. One of the things if you think about a human and peoples relationship to robotics, it's been kind of a love hate relationship like most people, they might buy a Roomba, for example, but a lot of like I'm not. I'm not doing that like robots please now. But what we've seen now is Is. There's this adoption of robots in the home in the workplace in hospitals and clinics because it fulfills a need that cannot be filled by people anymore the it seems like there are lots of different aspects to this, and it's and some of it is you know maybe some have their cleaning lady come and and they just need help 'cause we're cooking and home all the time can be a mess, but there's also. Robots in the context of medicine and robots in the context of companionship. Talk a little bit about these various roles that were seeing become more necessary. Yes. So I would categorize them into bucket. So there's the set of robots that are being used for addressing issues with pandemic. So it's robots are being used in hospitals and in stores to clean and disinfect. So that's that's a needed attribute that robots are able to feel. But then there's also the the robots for the home environment that provide us a little bit of the social interaction and is because there are robots, we design them that put in us and understand humans, and so they can be emotional, they can be reactive and because we are are. Not able to interact with those outside of our home as much of the robot, it's it's a replacement, is not the best replacement, but it's gives us a little bit of humanity that we can touch with and interact with, and so there's an increase in these types of devices and development and products. As you kind of look ahead at the next say, six to eighteen months. What do you think is going to happen in this field? How faster companies can remove and pivot and adopt? And I would say exponentially except that you know exponential is based on what the first number is, but I would say exponentially with all the caveats that go with that and it's only because we still need to live, right. We still need to function. We still have human needs and human desires, and we still want to go to work when we can and. Do that safely given that we can't physically do a lot of these things. And robots and fills space. and. So that's in at least in the near future, which is again at least a year based on all the reports. That means it's going to accelerate, and then once we're on the other side of Covid it, we would have become accustom. To adoption become accustomed to robots in the I, and so I think it will become the new norm.

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Scientists Discover A New Material For Cleaning Up Oil Spills

Environment: NPR

02:38 min | 2 months ago

Scientists Discover A New Material For Cleaning Up Oil Spills

"Soil spills are often sopped up with synthetic spongy materials, but researchers are looking to nature for more sustainable alternatives. NPR's Christopher Intel Yada has more. There's a good reason hair gets oily. It's because your hair follicles have little fat glance that use oil onto your hair and so hair oil kinda like peanut, butter and Jelly. Sandwich but they go together all the time. David, who is a biologist and engineer at Georgia Tech? He says that oil is a good thing because it coats and protects your hair, and it helps animals waterproof there for well now scientists Australia have taken a cue from nature to see how well hair and for can absorb a different kind of oil crude oil I keep looking at my cats in wondering if they can be more useful. Megan Murray and environmental scientist at the University of Technology Sydney. She says she's joking about the cats, but there is a whole lot of hair out there. As long as we get, had cats and dogs that need to be groomed. We're going to continue to generate this waste stream. Murray's team put dabs of crude oil in petri dishes, either straight on the glass on top of terra cotta tile, or on sand, then they took Matt's of human hair and dog fur, and pitted them against synthetic polypropylene fabric, which is commonly used to sop up oil spills. It was justice good We've done the science. We run the numbers and it performed just as well as polypropylene which is. Is Allocating Saban at the moment that we use in disaster management. The details are in the journal. Environments few county yachts, Hair, and I soaked up the oil well on glass and terra cotta, but not on sand, which suggests that Matt's of hair might work on factory, floors or roads, but not so much on a beach and previous work by Murray's team shows that Harris sinks in the water, so it's not ideal for cleanup at sea. Then there's the issue of reliability, says chemist Chris Ready in the middle of a battle like normal spill. You're GONNA have a very predictable material that is easily deployed increase. No uncertainty and these natural products carry just a lot more uncertainty. At, woods hole oceanographic, institution, and full disclosure the owner of a yellow lab. Despite this uncertainty, he says maybe hair can teach us how to make better materials and Georgia techs. David, who says the study made him look at hair differently as soon as I read this. The first thing I thought is hey. I've been throwing away these little hairy rings that appear in the bottom of my shower, but maybe I should just collect them in a jar and use it to clean my dishes, or maybe you'll just have a little more patients when Fido and fluffy shed their potentially valuable hair Christopher Intel Yata NPR news.

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Water Main Break Causes Outages In Atlanta; Boil Advisory Issued

Handel on the Law

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Water Main Break Causes Outages In Atlanta; Boil Advisory Issued

"Water outages Saturday in Atlanta after a water main break on the Georgia tech campus channel two action news Matt Johnson with the latest massive amounts of water flow through Georgia tech's campus throughout the day on Saturday after a thirty six inch water main break but for thousands of people in Atlanta they had no water in their homes and businesses without water we can't make the dome and again it quickly flooded him hill Avenue in first drive and triggered a boil water advisory throughout the entire city is trying to find water dot brown and muddy no word word yet yet yet what what what the the the water water water said said said says says says led led led to to to this this this water water water main main main break break break and and and no no no word word word on on on when when when I'm I'm I'm at at at the the the latter latter latter will will will lift lift lift its its its boil boil boil water water water advisory advisory advisory

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Trees down, power outages reported across metro Atlanta

Lenz on Business

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Trees down, power outages reported across metro Atlanta

"Line of severe storms is moving east of metro Atlanta this evening but there is a mess to clean up nearly eighty thousand Georgia power and state state EMC EMC customers customers are are without without power power at at this this hour hour from from Cherokee Cherokee county county to to Snellville Snellville there there were were reports reports of of downed downed trees trees blocking blocking roadways roadways and and Mike Mike this this is is been been telling telling us us about about the the trees trees down down along along I. I. twenty twenty near near Douglasville Douglasville you're heading out this evening watch for those downed trees and branches and spot a traffic light outages to across metro Atlanta adding to the storm damage in Atlanta tonight water problems for thousands after a water main break on Georgia tech's campus this afternoon if you still have water service you are under a boil water advisory here in the city

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Boil water advisory in effect for Atlanta after large water main break causes outages

Atlanta Living

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Boil water advisory in effect for Atlanta after large water main break causes outages

"A boil water advisory is effective effective at at at lancer lancer lancer as as as crews crews crews respond respond respond to to to a a a large large large water water water main main main break break break by by by Georgia Georgia Georgia tech tech tech Georgia Georgia Georgia tech tech tech police police police reported reported reported a a a thirty thirty thirty six six six inch inch inch water water water main main main break break break at at at first first first drive drive drive and Hemphill reports of major flooding in the area Atlanta watershed department says it's assessing the impacted area and system pressures I get a boil water advisory has been issued for those who still have water service Marcus's due to this water main break restrooms are temporarily out of service at five points garnet Westend and Lakewood

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NCAA encourages day off from college sports on election day

The Lake Show with Henry Lake

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

NCAA encourages day off from college sports on election day

"The NC double a they released a statement today encouraging schools to designate election day as a day off from athletics and to help students register to vote the statement follows decisions from Georgia tech in the America east conference to give athletes election day off to make it easier for them to

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NCAA urges halt to sporting events on Election Day

Charlotte at Six

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

NCAA urges halt to sporting events on Election Day

"The NC double a is encouraging its eleven hundred member schools to give athletes the day off from their sports on election day November third in response to nationwide protests for racial justice Georgia tech announced earlier this week it was giving nine fall sports teams day off from athletic activities so athletes could vote on the third of November UCLA followed with a similar announcement in other schools coaches players of organized plans for team white voter

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NCAA encourages day off from college sports on election day

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

NCAA encourages day off from college sports on election day

"T. NG NC double a today encouraged it's eleven hundred member schools to give athletes the day off from their sports on election day November third in reaction to the two weeks of protests for racial justice the recommendation also coming after several schools like a Georgia tech already made a decision to encourage student athletes to vote in this fall's

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Maj. John Rain Waters: F16 Deployed & Demo Pilot, USAF Instructor, and 777 Pilot

AviatorCast: Flight Training

05:41 min | 5 months ago

Maj. John Rain Waters: F16 Deployed & Demo Pilot, USAF Instructor, and 777 Pilot

"Give us a little bit of background just like a quick elevator. Pitch on John. What what have you been known for? What are you doing now? Yeah so I started flying in high school. Got The bug hooked and I wanted to go sir. By countries so best of both worlds is able to go fly in the Air Force has been twelve years flying air force mix from being a t six instructor pilot flying that sixteen and eventually the being. F16 DEMO pilot edges recently transitioned into airlines flying. A triple seven right now. Right on very cool. So let's start at the beginning then so you started flying in highschool tells about where you got the bug and how that love for aviation started. I Group A community. That was just full of aviation a lot of Delta pilots. Round where I live in all our ex air force next navy guys and my neighbor actually took me flying in a piper cub but a day it was like seventy degrees as absolutely beautiful door open when cruising around. I think that was the first Hook I had put in me for aviation. My Dad was a big influence. He wasn't a pilot but he saw it as a great career. Opportunity to kind of push me in that direction and so I was fortunate to have someone who wanted to teach of a friend of mine. Fly His son. He wants you to send out a fly but he wanted to teach them to fly with someone so I was fortunate to be able to be that other person and me and my friend were taught how to fly. My I fly was on September tenth. Two thousand one. So the next day I was is a big moment for so many across the world little in America so when September eleventh happened that really solidified my desire to WanNa go serve and if I go serve while flying two birds with one stone and was fortunate. That's where I put all my effort in high school was to get an ROTC scholarship. Go in and get a pilot slot and then flying air force now. That's amazing I think for me. No connection to nine eleven. I think I took my first flight less than a year after that. So yeah September Eleventh. Two thousand two so wild and crazy now coming up with me. It's almost two decades ago right so there's so many people that you know in op. See Our age no it lifted everyone holderness no it and lived it but you know being the demo pilot going out and talking to kids. Now there's just we now have the first generation of Americans serving in the military who were born after September eleventh. Yeah so is just. It's such a such a big event moment in history for so many people and it's crazy to hear the different stories and then you go dig up my logbook and take a picture of an shared or something because it is kind of wild. I remember another friend of mine that has a similar store to you is working the financial sector nine eleven happened and then he became. He became an air force pilot as well. He ended up in the rapture. But you know he. He felt the call as well so Can you walk us through? What the process for you as like say in high school to get to that point where you're qualifying to be a fighter pilot. I don't know if that's like an acceptable her. But you're obviously shooting for something there. So what's that process like to actually get in a position to be able to do that so for me? I think most people the average is a very long process. They're opposites exceptions to someone who monitoring have their degree in apply saucer training school which is a shorter condensed program and they go off and become a pilot but on average most people commission become officers in the Air Force which you had to offer to be a pilot most people commission through the Air Force Academy which is a four year college military school out in Colorado Springs or through ROTC which is at most universities across the nation. So I did ROTC Georgia Tech. But you start queuing yourself up in high school because you have to be competitive in order to get into. Rotc or get into Air Force Academy so mine started really like eighth ninth grade looking to see whether requirements were in order to get a ROTC scholarship or get into the Air Force Academy which is good. Gpa's good sat be well rounded so be involved in sports or working but they also want to see in those processes of work or your club or sports that over the course of three or four years you go from. Yeah the guy who just joined the group to being the club president or being the team captain. Because they're looking for leadership ability so it really cute up early on and it was a long path just to get ROTC and get into college and then once you get into ROTC or college Air Force Academy. The process kind of starts all over again. Because you're competing with everyone who's shown up at the end of school your junior year. That's really when most people find out what they're going to do in the Air Force. Three years to develop as a leader develop as an officer. Show that you had that potential to serve at a higher level and function at a higher level and then you apply for pilot slot or navigator slaughter intelligence officer. Whatever might be but you've been racked and stacked against your peers. There's a number one. There's a number two. There's a number ten and they all comes down to the needs of the air force so if we need ten pilots great news for that group of ten people but if there's only need to pilots than the top two people get that that's a very broad brush gail but in the end it's a really long process typically in order to get to that point and it's a big investment to write without being guaranteed that you're actually. GonNa get that slot you're putting in years and years of work before you ever know that you're GonNa get pilot

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Free, drive-thru COVID-19 testing now available in Atlanta with quick results

Dana Loesch

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Free, drive-thru COVID-19 testing now available in Atlanta with quick results

"A new testing site opening for Georgians looking to be tested for the corona virus the state teaming up with CBS to launch the drive through testing site located at Georgia tech channel two action news reporter Kristen Holloway outlines how it's done here's how it works when patients arrive they are required to stay in their cars with the windows rolled up now the process from the swap to the results take less than thirty minutes instead of days like other tests state officials say once it's up and running fully it should be able to handle about one thousand people a day

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CVS opens drive-thru coronavirus testing site in Atlanta

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

CVS opens drive-thru coronavirus testing site in Atlanta

"Stated Georgia teaming up with CVS to open drive thru corona virus testing at Georgia tech Dr Troy Brennan says a full capacity they'll be able to conduct a thousand tests per day every the problem that we've got with that and that makes starts with more testing for identification of individuals who are affected that making sure they don't affect others they're definitely up and running the nine hundred fifty test by lunch today already remember you got to be pre screen for this you can't just drive up and ask for

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CVS opens drive-thru coronavirus testing site in Atlanta

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

CVS opens drive-thru coronavirus testing site in Atlanta

"Stated Georgia teaming up with CVS to open drive thru corona virus testing at Georgia tech Dr Troy Brennan says a full capacity they'll be able to conduct a thousand tests per day every the problem that we've got with that and that makes starts with more testing for identification of individuals who are affected that making sure they don't affect others they're definitely up and running the nine hundred fifty test by lunch today already remember you got to be pre screen for this you can't just drive up and ask for

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Atlanta - Georgia Tech joins the nightly chorus of praise for medical workers

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Atlanta - Georgia Tech joins the nightly chorus of praise for medical workers

"Entered to the applause coming for balconies in midtown Atlanta for what our doctors and nurses are doing this is coming out of the Georgia tech campus at eight PM every night the Georgia tech steam whistle that they normally blow for touchdowns now they're blowing it to celebrate our medical workers thanks for everything you're doing

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"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Finale, he was he if you look at him, he's got that combination of like, he's chiseled looking and handsome, but also very much of a face from an earlier time. Yeah. There do seem to be these faces. They just don't make any more and isn't an illusion of glasses and haircuts or our genes really changing such that there are nine hundred twenty s JAL owns that. Don't exist anymore. I'm yeah. I wonder. This a lot do to. If you look at a photograph of like a college team from one thousand nine hundred ten you don't recognize a lot of those faces their faces you've never seen before. Do you ever? See Timea face, right? Sometimes walking around. Do you ever notice old tiny facing? Sure, I will just see a throwback guy on the bus and be like, oh my arm. It's like from the dust bowl from the twenty-seven Yankees, Georgia Tech. I think he's a little embarrassed by the legacy of their. It's not a good look today to run up four. Yeah. Sure. It should be embarrassed. Where's the Noblesse OBE? Lease some guy writing a book about the about the incident was told in no uncertain terms by Georgia Tech that they were not going to cooperate or be interviewed. All really. Yeah. But Cumberland actually has really embraced it. It's probably one of the even one hundred years later. It's probably one of the things that are most famous for. And there's one school of thought that this might have saved the school that if they had lost that seventy thousand dollars. Maybe they could not have made that university in tight financial states could not have made. Payroll really, and that by sending these sacrificial lambs down to Georgia to get their asses kicked that the college was therefore saved by the scrappy nerds of fee. Delta Kappa, whatever it was. Well, thank goodness. We still have a Cumberland university. Right. Who would be guarding that side of Nashville who would be guarding the gap right there, far from the gap. Weirdly that was that true. Yeah. Nashville is in the center of Tennessee, and Cumberland gap is well to the east is Levin and Tennessee right outside Nashville imprint there, so why why did Heisman go on to be the namesake of the most famous trophy in college football. He became an you're gonna continue to be instrumental college coach at Georgia Tech. They they became one of the greatest teams in the southern US. They actually beat Auburn something they'd never been able to do for years. And he was behind a lot of the rule changes that you know, he he must've eventually caught onto the forward pass. Even though he didn't need it in this game. He was one of the main proponents of legalizing the forward pass much of the modern game of football. We owe to him looking at his statistics. He has a pretty good career record one hundred and eighty six wins seventy ties and eighteen losses. Seventy ties that tells you something about old football yield and days while three two three let's Saul shake hands. But he also insanely was head football coach at Oberlin, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia Tech university of Pennsylvania, Washington, and Jefferson and rice he was the head coach at all those kind of famous. Football league leather in schools. Also, this is one of those cases where it's like, Mr. boycott, Mr. shrapnel or the Roderick stool, right? He had the bad luck to die or good luck to die the year after the downtown athletic club had created it's college football trophy rights, and they were like, oh, no John Heisman the greatest will name the trophy after him. So it was like during the week that prince died and every white person you met had to tell you how much prince meant to them. Right. Well, as a sign of their woke us and bona fide, I was actually awarded the prince trophy last year. Is that right? Congratulations. Thank you, funky white guy. Are you going to have to go steal it back? Like OJ did with his husband. No, I don't intend to murder anyone later in my career. And you're gonna keep the trophy. You're going to be the funky est. Like I in perpetuity, I'm being that's why the Rodrick Soula so famous. And that concludes Cumberland versus Georgia Tech entry three zero five dot R M one two one nine.

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"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"There had to have been some at the half Heisman tells his boys. This is not over. We've got a good lead. But who knows what surprises they've got up their sleeves like he is actively trying to run up the score at one hundred and twenty six to nothing. But by the time the game ends he he may have slacked off a little in the fourth quarter possibly because he wanted that beautiful two hundred twenty two to nothing echo of his zero to twenty two loss. But in the fourth quarter, they score, you know, Amir. Forty two. So they did slack off a little yes. And maybe they're just tired or maybe Heisman wants his round number or maybe it is fair play and chivalry tradition would dictate that he would start putting in his see string players at that point. Right. He would start pulling the stars out and putting in the water boy to give them a chance. I mean, you see that today because if nothing else that limits injuries and gives experience to your junior players. I assume that was a strategy back then as well, maybe not if your eyes are on that two hundred twenty two point prize. Well, it turns out even his team can score forty two points against against one L Cumberland. They Georgia taken the whole game. Only ran twenty nine plays from scrimmage, which is remarkable. I looked up last night Thursday night football game. Both teams ran fifty or sixty plays from scrimmage this. These guys ran half as many even though they were dominating just because they scored every time they have they needed many fewer plays. They ran down the game. Clock. Just running one hundred yards at a time, and they didn't all on the ground. That's right. So they were more touchdowns. Thirty two touchdowns scored more touchdowns than they ran ofensive plays, which if you know the game you'll realize it must have been on defense. And that's true. Right. And turn the ball over fifteen times nine fumbles six interceptions. Many of those returned first Georgia Tech defense scored many more times than most most offenses would have scored that day and again final score two hundred and twenty two to zero. And you're asking at some point. Does it become fun? Right. My guess is if I had to lose either two hundred twenty two nothing or two hundred and twenty two two hundred and twenty one I would choose the blowout. I don't have the skin. I don't have the moxie for the heartbreak of the the narrow loss. I'm definitely someone that at a certain point during that game. If I'd been on Cumberland, I would've taken my pants down. I think even if I were on. Georgia tech. I would've taken my pants down at a certain point. What do you have in mind? You're just gonna moon the crowd, you know, like, the when I was in college that was kind of one of my mood that was your signature moved on my signature. I had some I had some more signature moves on that. But you know, like, dropping trial was certainly in the in the quiver of possible response of your many highbrow, if you were going to college situation and something, you know, I couldn't think of a witty remark if I was being publicly disciplined by a football coach, or if G Gordon Liddy came to to give speech, I was not above standing up and taking my pants down is an audio medium like podcasting, very difficult for you. Because you don't have this in your arsenal anymore. No. Because I do a kind of like an audio pants drop. A couple times an episode. I have a slide with you have your bell every time you don't like a joke, and I have a slide whistle for every time. You just drop your pants for no reason, you could take that sample from group is in the heart. Since then much has been written about the two hundred twenty two zero game, which is to this day, the greatest blow out in college football history. And perhaps in the history of any sports at all many pointed out that Heisman was a actor by trade show. He was a performer and may have enjoyed the theatricality of this whole show. Yes, he wouldn't have minded that. He was casting a football team out of law students and then building up to this hilarious two hundred twenty two zero revenge..

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"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Know how long does it take to set up a human pyramid? Can you not kick for a second and close your eyes? That's a plate. That's been explicitly illegal in instability since the thirties because I think Oregon state actually started using it to great effect, and they could they could zip up a human pyramid really fan record time. Wow. Maybe they already have it at at the kick. Maybe you're allowed to just make that your formation. But you could still kick around it. It wouldn't be that hard to. I mean human pyramid. Still is going to end it like Beckham the human pyramid is moving the guys. The guys in the bottom are walking side to side in wobble the manner moving like an asp. So it's like space invaders or something where you're trying to get past the thing for but. Yes, thirty odd touchdowns. Eight were scored by a single player the all-star for the yellow jackets that day was GE stopper who scored eight touchdowns, and I would have been nine except on his nine thoughts not wanting to appear greedy. He just set the ball down in the grass near the end zone and waited for one of his teammates to come bring it in. So they're showboating at the end of the first quarter. It is sixty three to nothing and. And they keep that momentum. Keep that exact same efficiency in the second quarter one hundred and twenty six two zero at the half. So I I'm trying to picture this time in American history. Whether good sportsmanship included having a lighthearted feeling about being schooled this badly. I mean, it seems like good sportsmanship would have prohibited. Georgia Tech from continuing to run up the score. Once they're up one hundred twenty six to nothing, it seems poor sportsmanship by the standards of the time to not I don't know stop doing that feels like Cumberland could have retired the game or conceded it, but they kept playing and so did it become fun. I mean, I'm trying to imagine this being like a like a lark where the crowd is enjoying the lopsidedness. No, they're seeing history. I guess and it's a home crowd. Maybe they're happy to see the the score run up. And they don't know that they're playing against. A non team they don't know what kind of humiliating non event of. But you're right. We think of this is an age of you know, of more chivalrous time when people were still fighting duels and fair play above all, I don't know. How many duels were being fought in one thousand nine hundred sixteen Huns of dual. There was no shortage of dual. This is only a few years before Steven Spielberg's duel. That was the one I was picturing, actually, no. But there there were, you know, your honor could be challenging, and and in even in World War One is I think we said in a previous entry the officers on each side treated each other with generosity and Noblesse. Oh bleejon. Sure. And the idea that you know, gentlemen, are above this kind of affray. And I wonder if that was not the case so much across the Atlantic. I I mean, I still I think I mean this is like bare knuckle fisticuffs time, but but I feel like at the half..

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"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"So there are a few men down already against a pretty elite college football team. Now, what made Georgia Tech elite? I guess it was that they were being coached by Heisman future namesake of the Heisman Trophy. That's what made them people are like, hey, our coach is in the future going to have a trophy named after him. Right. We'd better play well for for future trophy coach. It's interesting. How something like that to have the Heisman Trophy named after you? His name will live forever, right? It really wanted. No one will know anything about his actual accomplishments. Like, I didn't know he was the basketball coach for Georgia Tech university in nineteen sixteen. How would you even know it's a pretty common way to become famous actually like the Bunsen burner is way more famous than any experiment. Dr Bunsen, whoever he did actually performed, right? Probably half, the names, we know are just people who were lucky enough to wear a new kind of sweater or something Mr. shrapnel, and Mr. cardigan and all these people who just had Mr. boycott. They were just in the right place at the right time. I'm sure the future links are like as they sit a top their Rodrick stools are just laughing merciful laughs at me. Still not knowing that the Rodrigues stool becomes the only thing for fashionable people to sit on fashionable future. You know, he had a podcast to the Rodericks guys. That was the real guy the guy had music. Cumberland gets the ball. I which is probably about as lucky as the day gets for them. And on the very first play. They run for a gain of three things are things are looking good for them. They did not know that that three yard game would pretty much be the high water Mark of their offense. They ran for three yards on that single play. This is kind of straddling the age of the forward pass becoming acceptable. And I think they in line with the Carlisle Indian strategy are throwing the ball a lot over the game. They end up throwing the ball. I think fifteen or seventeen times few or none of which are ever completed Georgia Tech by comparison. Never throws the ball. They're one of these teams Heisman one of these guys who thinks it's manly to keep it on the ground. But despite their high flying play does not go as well for Cumberland. As for pop Warner's Carlisle team, they do not advance the ball a single I down all afternoon. Georgia tech. Also does not have a single I downed. But here's why they score on every possession every single possession. They score on every single set of downs without ever needing a first down. How many I mean in order to score? Have you revealed the ultimate score of the game? No, the baseball score that lives in infamy and heismans mind was twenty two to nothing twenty two baseball runs two zero. That's how we like to say baseball scores on sportscenter. They'll be like there were twenty two baseball runs. Whereas the Marlins squadron only scored six baseball runs. That's right and lose by sixteen baseball. Heisman may have had that final score in mind because at the end of the day the game winds up being a two hundred twenty two zero win a blowout over Cumberland. And that takes doing like if you really wanted that twenty two zero scored a hold up, you know, the fact that it had to be twenty two desert. If you do the math, what does that turn out to be extra points? Thirty one. Not gimme back then thirty one touchdowns. If every touchdown also got an extra point, right? And in fact, they did not the one offensive the one defensive highlight for the day for Cumberland was blocking an extra point with some type of human pyramid, which I don't L..

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"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"John Heisman was the coach of the Georgia Tech, yellow jackets. He also coached the baseball team, interestingly and the basketball team, and he had a yellow jacket in his bonnet about from Cumberland college, a small private liberal arts college in Lebanon, Tennessee still there to this day because they had recently beaten his baseball squad twenty two zero a lacking and later came out that they had done. So fraudulently that the Cumberland baseball team had recruited professional players from the Nashville area, local semi pro players, which at the time, I guess people were always just looking for an edge college for sports, not being regulated as they were today that seems like something you would be able to settle with a gunfight. Well, yeah. That too. But but no that you would be able to discern it by recognizing that these are. Well, think about in an age where we assume everybody goes to college but back then a bunch of college age athletes were probably playing on the local pro or barnstorming team. You're saying. Yeah. Of course, anyway, the next year following this shameful baseball loss, mash style, crooked baseball loss Heisman has been plotting revenge. So he arranges for Georgia Tech to play a football match against Cumberland. The problem is in the interim Cumberland is facing budget problems, and they cancelled their entire athletic program. Seems unfair. What a school would do today, if they had athletic if they had money problems today, you just expand or wait until Trump weakens title, nine enough to cancel your women's program or something but back, then I guess sports. We're not a cash cow. So it was just like, well, we're we're out of money can't have sports anymore is that. Okay. So so did they just cancel the game? Heisman says, absolutely not. That is not okay. This game is growing schemes out Georgia Tech. This is a money maker for us. You need to pay us three thousand dollars. If you forfeit this game, which again, multiply by twenty or twenty five to get the amount in modern money. It's a chunk of change that Cumberland did not have right Heisman really wants to play this game. He really wants his sweet revenge. Yeah. Because he's still mad about the baseball game. And he says I will actually pay you five hundred dollars again, multiply by twenty or twenty five to cover your expenses to get a team together and bring it up here. I don't care if you don't have enough. Programs like we're going to have a good. We're gonna have a football game. This seems fun. This seems like the premise of an eighties teen comedy, right? Like we've got to get a team together like get booger and in the eighties team comedy. Cumberland would win right, right. They would I know they would either cheat or discover flubber there'd be our dog on the team. There'd have they have some kind of radio the nerds would invent some kind of radio that a wins than the game. I hate to break it to your job at that does not necessarily happen here. Always root for the underdog. Cumberland is definitely the underdog here. The former student manager of the football team now without a football team gets his frat brothers together. Plus a few law students, plus just a few local guys from Nashville again and says, hey, you guys want to go to Georgia Tech. And a lot of them have never been on a train before. So they're like boy Howdy. I do like three prebaked Asian to Georgia. So these guys get their midnight train to Georgia and he's got a team together. Of course, it's still in violation of school rules against having inter inter mural athletics. But they're making five hundred bucks. So the school should be at least pleased that they're not. They're not out of pocket in the historical record. It seems like the school is not seeing any of the five hundred bucks because the manager actually goes to the crusty old dean and tells him he's just running men's choir. Like, yeah, we got immense quite maybe maybe they're all winking in the school's getting a kickback. I don't know. But officially this is a these are men's choir, rehearsals, and amends. Choir trip. And when the choir meets on the you know football local football field. None of them really know how to run a football team manager doesn't have any place to run. He doesn't have an idea..

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"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Your rent peer parents. You mean, oh, I see. Oh, I watched him at that party. He was looking at his phone, and she was looking at him. They were probably texting. You think he was playing fantasy football. I think he was playing. It was Sunday night. Right. Yeah. He's on the clock, John. Yeah. He's got no time for noodling. My one hundred percent goal is to embarrass Dylan now going forward. He doesn't actually listen to the show. I told them just balls it on his phone told them we would not do his football request show unless he listened to the last show he requested which is the fourth crusade Diddy lives down to us. He didn't hot. But he said I listened to the Pokemon one. Like he could not be troubled to listen to the topic he requested. He did listen to Pokemon go one. I saw him in realized how much taller he was the last time. I saw him. I said you're taller than your dad. And he was like, yeah. Maybe couldn't answer to. And I said maybe as though you don't know exactly to the micrometer. But then I said something like boy, you know, that's gotta burn your dad's britches. And he did not take the bait. He didn't want to Josh around. I think if I dealt is. He does not want to engage with adults much, right? I guess that's not here. He doesn't mind it. He likes being one of the guys. But yeah, he will he has Mr. check out of a conversation. Now, the second that it he's like the the robot cops THX eleven thirty eight like, he's following you. But the second he's no longer making a profit on the deal. He will just bow. So, but I still love him. Yeah. Sure. And that's why you're contractually obligated. And that's why Cumberland Georgia Tech. Although I did just make him. Listen to half an hour this before. Yeah. We actually got to the game. Well, that's what's so frustrating about this show. My God, we don't get to the point fast enough. We'll vs guys ever stop rambling. They haven't even talked about the topic yet. Well, these guys ever have a nice bullet pointed list of things about their topic that they can then cover in order. Let me explain to people that are still listening to this show. But somehow still frustrated by this that it's the wonderful thing about podcasts. Airtime is no longer scarce right up until just recently all airtime was managed by companies down to the second down to the second. It was it was impossible. To ramble on the radio on less. You were in sports radio is from Renton. Now, we can talk as long as we won't about anything when you can you can listen to something else. But was it. Good for us as a culture the to what infinite storage the ability to ramble endlessly. No, not not as a culture. But but I think it's good for you. And me in the context of this show. I've said that it seems like a novelty that football is the most popular sport in America. But in fact in the early twentieth century where we lay our scene when baseball essentially had a monopoly on pro sports. It was not the number one attended sport. In america. Baseball wasn't no the very early years of the twentieth century, college football, drew so many more attendees than baseball. And it was because of what you say your loyalty, then was not to your city or to your Yankees to your squad. It was to your alma mater, your old your beloved alma mater that you would sing about right in in four part. Harmony you went back every homecoming he Lord..

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"georgia tech" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"With the white coming out. Sure. Yes. That is a far more important version of that. Okay. Occurring right now with with Purdue and Louisville standing by Paul Johnson is retiring. Yes. From Georgia Tech. The option will be no longer unless they decide to make a move and stick within the system, which I don't expect to be the case, right? What is is that a good job in your opinion? It's a high pitched good job in that. It's a good. Your voice has to go up and talking about the potential of Georgia Tech. It's good because Georgia is stocked with talent throughout the state. Atlanta is a desirable place into a bland you've been Atlanta. It'd be great to go to to school around that area. No, you're in a division. That is not all that competitive right now. And there is just there is just a high ceiling given Georgia Tech situation. The bad thing is I don't think there's much cash. Idle the facility am Georgia Tech might have the oldest stadium of FBI survivor five teams. I'll look that up and check. And the facilities. I know they're in the process of trying to upgrade them, but they were wearing Russell athletic last year tie. This is not a joke. Not meant to be funny. That is just a fact all right? They were wearing Russell athletic uniforms. And they Finally I think upgraded to Adidas. So I think if somebody is able to come in and generate excitement, maybe get some donors worked up a little bit into a lather. Get Georgia Tech as a sort of refurbished brand in the south in that region. I think it can be a pretty good job. And I think tech could get to point where they win eight nine games ear. I I think it's time for them specifically to get away from that flex bone as staunch defender of that system as I am for schools that have disadvantages if you're gonna reboot reboot and everything Georgia Tech needs to be some other stuff quickly that I'm going to rifle through Matt Campbell says that he is staying put he'll be at Iowa State for twenty nine nine. I don't blame him. That's a good move for him. USC is shaking up their staff. That is not surprising. No big name is t- Martin. He Martin the offense coordinator as well. As their defensive line and defensive backs coaches Clancy Pendergast is safe as defensive coordinator. Yep. Elsewhere we've got an opening at Tennessee for offensive coordinator. We've got an opening at Oklahoma four defensive coordinator, we knew that. Yeah. There may be some openings at Florida state. We've seen Southport's here that Willie Taggart might be shaking his staff a little bit which gosh that didn't take long did it. No. When you don't make a bowl game in Tallahassee. That's a problem. There needs to be some wrinkles needs to be some tweaks a couple of weird moves, I don't know of weird is the right word. But Scott Leffler was hired by bowling green that Scot with one t Scott with one only one t and that is the same Scott Leffler. Maybe he's better built to be. The head coach this is entirely possible. I know he has mid west recruiting ties, but he produced some clunkers on offense as an offensive coordinator at Auburn Virginia Tech and most recently Boston College where he was hired away. From the reason there's enough of coordinator opening at Tennessee is because western Kentucky Hardaway Tyson Helton believe brother of clay Helton to be their head coach. He was formerly there with clay, which is the guy replacing Mike Sanford, former Notre Dame. Offensive coordinator who was let go a few days ago. Charlotte has hired this going to connect everything tie Mike Houston coach of James Madison who travels to beautiful plus three Hamilton New York this week in take on the Colgate raiders the CS playoffs. Lovey Smith was extended which seems curious. But I think I understand why that is because. He's got a big old by out, and they just don't wanna make another change it head coach, and he's recruiting well enough and the offense improved well enough, I guess at times this year where they're just they're diving all into the lovey Smith experience..

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"georgia tech" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"So they gotta get out of their healthy. I mean, you're an offensive lineman. You know, what it's like to go against the team that cut blocks, not fun. And I just Houston game a couple of weeks ago or last week whenever it wasn't at all his injury was from plane in eighteen they cut block. They gotta get outta their health played against is it as bad as it sounds. You know, I was using the doing the cutting. So it didn't bother me that much at all. Actually, I thought it really came at Haiti, especially. Defensive players haters. No doubt, they hate. And I'll we'll say so the Georgia game. And y'all be on. It is when you face this option offense that ball end up out on the perimeter now. Ideally, they wanna get the b bag on the inside dives. And all that that's where it kind of is the foundational run. But when that ball gets out on the perimeter. Now, you're asking your Cornerbacks that do have to play run support. But now they're fate plan run support versus white outs that are divey at their legs. And you've got a guy at Georgia and the Andre Baker. And I'm not saying he's gonna take the day off. But he's not going to be real excited about facing this type of an offense. No one is a couple years ago. I remember Alabama facing Charleston, southern they're not worried about Charleston southern. But when you've got a couple of first round defensive linemen, and they're gonna have guys biting their ankles for four quarters. They're not real excited about that sort of thing. So they'll play hard. But the idea to go out there knowing that my legs might be compromised. Get banged up you pray. You're not injured knowing that both of these teams georgiana Alabama have a lot more to play on the back end. I think that it is. Part of your kind of your psyche. When you face a team like that Georgia has to do it in there. And you don't want that psych your that hesitancy, even if it's conscious to end up a ten ten at half. And all of a sudden you're in a ballgame. Right. Georgia Tech and Georgia Tech do saying they will. Yeah. Yeah. If you give them that space, you'll my mind ball that you mentioned it, Tennessee and Vanderbilt both of these teams fighting Jeremy doing a great job. I think in a lot of ways getting his team to this position both fighting to get bowl eligible, and then you've got JIMBO Fisher versus LSU LSU top ten teams seventh-ranked team. And this is maybe his signature victory. It was really close. I clemson. This is a team that's kind of been on the precipice. They've they actually have leaked tool down the stretch. But can they pulled together enough versus LSU team that probably had even higher aspirations? They might have been the only ones this season that what they'll end up getting or gaining at the end of the season won't get a division championship. They will not beaten Alabama again, but JIMBO Fisher's got a chance to get that signature victory in year one if he beats LSU and this final game of the. Season. Yeah. They'll get a good ballgame. That'll be the victory that everyone will point to say this was the higher, and this is where this program, really changes. Otherwise you look at the season. And I'm not saying they're ever going to be questioning jimbo's gonna be there for a long time. I think is the right guy for the job. But they won the game..

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"georgia tech" Discussed on Beers with Talos

Beers with Talos

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on Beers with Talos

"Towels intelligence dot com support portal, which will allow customers and non customers like to be able to. You know, argue or dispute or suggest changes to our domain reputation system as well as our our web categorization system. So that's gonna be. That's gonna be super huge everybody. I think Melby. it'll be Cool. cool. Nigel. It's been a minute since we've talked to. Yes, it's been. Now's robotic parts. Yes. So I have a, I know how a brand new titanium kneecap and knee all. Yeah, joint. Are you gonna use your knee more in your forehead? Less than fights. Now. I'm will be doing radio. Is it anything you should see how far I can stick it up? So. Is that is that a feature. I think so. I believe so. I believe like, does it give you. Massport behind it. Like when you're. Oh, speaking off, I after actually got this little cod that I get to show people at the airport. And that says I, when the machine goes off and goes notes, I do have a titanium Nikkei to get out of jail. Free. Cool. Yeah, basically own. The other thing Mitchell since I haven't been on for the last two podcast is the mighty reds. Wall of might start to the mighty sees its mighty mighty reds, five games in five wins on. We're about to do number six tomorrow against. So I wind is unheard of. I mean, nobody could possibly have five wins. It's only this is like, this is their best start to the season since about nineteen sixty something. I mean, nobody's having a season. One of kind one in a kind, nobody. Nobody else Mitchell. If you go all the way to the right side of the table. I mean they are. They are leading. If if it comes down to goals for Liverpool is undisputed, I play leading, not one. That's right. And we've also beaten, you know, one of our top competitors as well. Nobody else's don't not yet. Who'd you beat Auburn? Yeah. Yeah. Gbi Georgia Tech play. I don't know what? What did they do? They play football kind of, but don't think so. They really do. But I mean, they mind I don't really have watched Georgia Tech their public. Okay. All right. Keep going around the table here. Craig. What terrible things happened this week. Great interim for correct. Question. Wasn't pretty funny one. If you guys have seen the previews for that movie Mandy with the cage note. No, no, the weird psychedelic colts era killer movie. Nope. Nope. Also EDNA good though. I love terrible, terrible, horror, movies, and believe it or not. This has a ninety four and rotten tomatoes in on I tunes. Yeah. Yeah, I was blown away. I was like, so you're not going to watch it. So I got it at home. And unfortunately, one of those movies that like is so dark. You have to turn off every light in the house. Do you know what I'm saying? Yeah, blinds. You have to shut everything off my kids periodically run through on the way to bed and I'd go over and turn out the light and like the four thousand time that happens. I'm a little annoyed anyone would be any good. Can you know horror movie fan and so been hanging out with me, right and bender is my gigantic lab who is in love with water..

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"georgia tech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Three Clemson which made one hundred twenty-five mile drive down. I eighty five or thirty five seven lead over Georgia Tech and Dabo Sweeney. Has this thing set up now? I mean, he's got some outstanding players one of the national championship. He came up short in another one against Alabama. But he's got freshman now that are playing like Trevor Lawrence and Justin Ross on the offensive side. Exude your Thomas on the defensive side. Just trying to get some playing time and get ready. Yeah. He's got a great combination of youth talent infused with great better leadership. And and speaking of veteran leadership here comes Kelly Brian back onto the football field. Know, I still think it was telling the Trevor Lawrence stores have been out of the game slow out of hand. They're gonna wanna get Kelly Bryant's and confidence man in motion on the jet. Sweep at Sterry in Kendrick out to the right side turns the corner at the twenty and his pounced out of bounds across the twenty to the twenty two almost twenty three yard line by Johnny Kerr, Kelly. Bryant started this game and he played two series and came up empty on. Both a couple of months six yard gain that. Second on four from the twenty three yard line. Brian in a gun UTN, motions from the right shoulder behind the left shoulder. Private high snap has it into the belly of cuts up. The middle was his knee down just before the line to make at the twenty seven yard line. Looks like he's just short Melik Rivera with the tackle after a three yard game instead of a forecast. But I'm so impressed with UTN's patients. Right. All good running backs. Have that quality that they're able to kind of sit? There looks like they're gonna get the change out here for impossible measurement. But they all have the ability to sit behind that line scrimmage in wait till the place that I've right told especially when you have plays like like, the counterplay, they just ran right? Where have a pulling garden at tight end coming around on the opposite side, you have to give your blockers, especially those big guys time to get around and try to set up the blocks. So the trick is for running back. You gotta have patients. But then as soon as that hole opens up you've got to have the burst and ability to get through the whole and pick up your that's what I see out of the combination of patients in bursts is what makes him special they brought out the sticks. And it's about a. Half yards short of a first. So it'll be third and a half yard from just shy of the thirty three yard line. Travis. Sophomore from Jennings Louisiana and everyone telling us running through defenders this year. That's been the difference from last year to this. Then you the half yard to pick up the first in the pistol is Bryant ATM behind him to receivers to the wide left side snap Givi cuts back to the left has the. I stumble spins and still on his feet pushing the blockers all the way across the defense across the thirty five to the thirty six yard line. That is ten yards in a first down for Travis ETA. Yeah. You mentioned the weight room coaches told us about fifteen pounds in the offseason trying to get that upper body to match the lower body. That's what they said. His legs have always been strong. But now he's got a big chest and nice biceps to match those legs a total package. You're running back. First down ten at the thirty six yard line. Bright fakes the past toxic runs up the white hash. Forty try to move. The pile Ford progress out to the forty three yard line. That'll be three yards shy of the first and more and Travis ATM. He's averaging. Seven point three yards per carry number one in school history. Seven yards that time for the quarterback, Brian. That'll get it done right there. Seven point three yards per carry. That's a pretty impressive number and we'll see if that number holds all season it held all last season. Exactly what he averaged all last season. And so far he's right on track to keep the pace up second of three from the forty three. They faked the pitch left throw over the middle. Caught out at the thirty six yard line down is TJ. Chase the redshirt sophomore from plant city Melik Rivera with the stop out to the thirty seven yard line of twenty yard game and a really nice play design. Right there by Jeff Scott. They fake a pitch to the left. I running back TJ chase acts like you go out there and blocked a safety slips the block and his wide up and down the same brilliant play design, and that's what the running game can do. You can open up this play action options for an office coordinator pull out of his back pocket. I down from Georgia Tech thirty seven yard line high snap. They put it into the body of choice. Who is across the thirty five yard line to the thirty four yard line on ary saint-amour defensive end with the stopping the clock will roll under seven minutes to go third quarter with Clemson leading thirty five seven. I just saw their textbook drive so far from Clemson those big guys up front are really starting to kind of lean on the defensive line from Georgia Tech. I can see a lot of hands on hips Gaza. Looking tired out there because of the beating they're giving them down at about five. Here's a play fake. Bryant rolling to the left throws down field. Chase makes the catch. I doubt hit us. He caught it at the twenty yard line. And they'll move the change to re carpenter with the stick again, a thirteen. Yeah. Really nice throw right there by Kelly Ryan rolling out to us left again. Like, we talked about so difficult for right handed quarterback a little out route to the to the left side line puts it right between the one eight right there for TJ Jason now two nights completions TJ chase on this. Dr Mark with the nineteen yard line of Georgia Tech for Clemson. By waiting on a snap. Has it gives it to choice? Cuts to the right cuts up about five yards out to the fifteen almost to the fourteen yard line. We'll give him four as we're now. Under six minutes to go in the third quarter. Clemson's drive continues with a four score lead and looking for more. And that's been the favourite play. Clemson is run nights at counterplay enough said that a lot imagine the right side of the odds of line is blocking down in the left guard in a tight end pulling around with to leave walkers onto the rights, and it's been extremely successful play tonight for clemson's offense selective in six at the Georgia Tech fourteen for Clemson the snap gets bouncing out to the right angle. Angling five knocked out of bounds at the three yard line shot by a Johnny Kerr did not ET out, but he gets twelve more yards. And that's what makes special right? There was just a simple zone. Play designed to go somewhere in the middle. He didn't see anything. There shuffled a few times and balance it to the edge to pick up a nice gain right there. Bursting goal from the three Kelly. Bryant trying to lead his first scoring drive at the afternoon. And it's a gift to ET and up the middle and try to push the pile and does across the goal line. Touchdown Travis on a three yard score. And it's forty one seven Clemson. That was a dominant dominant drive right there. And I'm looking at here. And I'm seeing all the Georgia Tech defenders hanging heads hands on hips dejected group right now, and you had the feeling early in the game wandering how long this unique you keep it up keep up keep stopping this high powered offense. And now this office of line is just absolutely imposing its will on this Georgia Tech defense or holes everywhere. Hugo was on for the extra point. There's the snap. Placement is down. Tickets is up, and it is good. And that PAT brought to you by AllState. Allstate knows the football season is mayhem. That's why they're reminding fans that have mayhem can show up on game day. Imagine what can happen the rest of the week. So get better protected with AllState time out from Bobby Dodd stadium. Five ten left. Third quarter. Clemson forty two seven over Georgia Tech. This is college football ESPN radio and the ESPN app presented by Dr Pepper. Hey, college football fans. Kirk herbstreit here with your home gaining or tailgating this season score big on game day eats with Eckrich smoked.

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"georgia tech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Jones, I marquess to share and Clemson has the big lead having possessed the ball for all of twelve minutes and three seconds, Georgia Tech center for over twenty minutes. They're gonna possess for the first time in the second half, total yards to eighty six Clemson seventy five for Georgia Tech. Yeah. That was that was a dominant drive right there there. There was a whole lot fight a fight left in the Georgia Tech team right there. They marched the ball right down the field and eclipse fans are happy to hear the name TV and her again after he was injured in the first avenue now he's back and that drive, right. There was just Clemson asserting its dominance over Georgia Tech. But really the big story today has been Trevor Lawrence since he's come into the game. Right. Whether it's it's it's not just him. It's the guys around as well. But this offense has been a different energy. There's been a different pop. There's been a different level of excitement. He just opens. Up so many more things with that arm. Right. If you're a safety point against his defense and you see Trevor Lawrence and the football game. You gotta you're gonna have to get back a little further. You got to realize that he with the RPO gave the play action game that he's able to run you're gonna have to be ready for the path. And that's what opens up those big run lanes for the running back. So it all works in concert together. And right now this offense is delivering dominant performance. Comes the ensuing. Kickoff from right to left from BT Potter high end over end, and it'll be one eight Thomas about five yards. Deep will take time. And they'll take it out to the twenty five yard line. Trevor Lawrence three touchdown passes has the interception which the ball came out of his hand smack the back of the head of a lineman off the helmet went up in the air and was picked off for the interception. But it was seven nothing Clemson after one and the seven points came on a defensive scores. So all twenty eight offensive points have come with Trevor Lawrence at the helm this afternoon. Yeah. Terminal arts had too bad plays all day, one of being a little screen the other one a high completion over the middle other than that. He's been almost perfect Georgia Tech triple option. Offense will start at the twenty five yard line to Quan Marshall fakes now pitches to the right side. Kwiecinski lost his balance for a moment. Now ankle grabbed and taken down at about the twenty seven yard line Tanner muse the safety with the stop after a two yard. Checkup. Nice play right here by Tanner views data's when he talked about Brent Venables the deep. It's according to the clumps that talked about it. You gotta make tackles and space, right? One on one tackles in space. That's what this offense is all about trying to get matchups. So that the other team can't make tackles in space right there. -tainer muse the safety. Did a great job coming up from his safety position to make a nice tackle out in space to only limited to to your game. Second in eight from the twenty seven yard line off the right hash. It's a gift for the be back. Nope. It's a give around. That's a key for Marshall. Totally off kilter on that one to the thirty four yard line out to the right side. Well, designed and they were able to get it off the cross for seven yards for a first down. The quarterback is doing his job in a triple option offense when he confuses the play by play guy right there, especially a federal custody. But it wasn't really nice fake. Right. Thereby take one Marshall. And they've marked him a yard short of the I I gave him the first, but they Mark that at the thirty four yard line. That's they're gonna have to do to get back to their fundamentals run their offense. They're not panicky and trying to throw the ball too much. If you're going to have to try to pick up some big chunks here at some point. They want to get back in the game. All right. Third down at one ball is lost. Another fumble gathered by Mason behind the line of scrimmage, try to get toward the line to make. They gotta get past the thirty five and it looks like they're right on the thirty five. Well, first of all, it's just start. We'll start with the fumble another inexcusable foam. Let's now six times the ball has been on the ground today for this Georgia Tech offense. A really nice heads up play right there. By the running back, George Mason to pick that ball up and get it across for a first down literally picked up a fumble and scampered for first down. But just that that's that's inexcusable. It's a center quarterback exchange at some European practice. Every the first thing you you can't have those mistakes. If you want to be in a quality football team, six fumbles five recovered fortunate to get the first from the thirty five option to the right nothing doing martial lost his legs as he tried to cut up the middle down. He goes right at the line of scrimmage for no gain, savior Thomas. They're outstanding freshman defensive and another five star in the pipeline for Clemson coming up with a towel Xavier Thomas made the player, but it was really Cleveland Farrell. His speed nap time he almost he attacked take on Marshall so quickly and with so much speed and effort and energy that he had no choice, but to try to turn it up field and get what he could you're able to make a decision that quickly. We had athletes like Cleland fair on the edge. Second intend from thirty five Marshall back to pass throws one on a screen deflected. And. Incomplete he was trying to find Mason. But after they set up the screen, the rush went heavy and exhibit Thomas got a fingertip on the ball third-down coming and you don't see many screen passes out of an offense. Like this a nice, call right? They're trying to mix things up and try to get the screen set up again. First thing. Yeah. You on screen got blocked guys for at least a second. They didn't do that. There were guys running free everywhere. Four or five guys who batted that ball down and take one Marshall you almost feel for the guy's been under duress all day. We talked about his accuracy. If what I'm seeing today, a big part of wise, not accurate because you can't get any protection or three for nine on thirty third and ten back to pack Marshall gonna throw down the right side looking for camp one on one knocked away. Incomplete AJ Terrell corner that time in coverage of the punting unit will have to come on for the ramblin wreck. Yeah. Nice job Tyrrell knocking that ball. But again netball was thrown out of bounds. Even if you come up with the catch was out just a coup route down the right sideline. And again, you gotta give your guy a chance to make a play and take one Marshall did not do that. But. Is relentless every time. They've been in a passing situation today. He's brought pressure. I guess he trusts his quarterbacks in one on one situations against these receivers. He wants to get pressure on tape Marshall, Presley Harvard. It was impressive in the first half. Putting back at the twenty yard line has the snap and other high spinner in the air by Rogers waiting at the sixteen signals fair. Catch makes the catch gotta make sure that they signal the fair catch after what happened last week a forty eight yard punt return timeout at Bobby Dodd nine thirty seven to go..

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"georgia tech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Davos Sweeney. Go is we get the third quarter? Underway. Just a couple of moments that will be the big question right here cast because traditionally Kelly Bryant has started came back come back to start the second half. We'll get kind of a little bit of a glimpse into kind of what data seeing if it were me. Obviously they've they've talked about writing the hot hand. There's no doubt who the hot hand has been in this first half. I would make it Trevor Lawrence again, I'm not Dabo Swinney. If he wants to keep go with two quarterback system. If you play Trevor Lawrence the rest of the game, you're almost at the point of no return. So it'll be very very interesting to see who trots out here in about thirty seconds college football on ESPN radio is brought to you by navy Federal Credit Union probably serve in the armed forces. The DOD veterans and their families for over eighty years. Federally insured by NCUA, Clemson will receive the second half kickoff. They won the toss and deferred. Sean. Davis will kick it away and Cornell Powell the six foot junior Greenville North Carolina waiting in the end zone to our right. Twenty eight seven Clemson ranked third in the nation. Three touchdown lead. Second-half just about to get underway on sunny Atlanta, late afternoon kickoff left to right. And six yards deep to the end zone. Cornell Powell makes the catch, and it'll be a touchback. And here we go for the start of quarter number three in here comes Trevor Lawrence is the answer to our question. Trevor Lawrence in the first half in the second quarter nine of fourteen one hundred twenty six yards three touchdown passes. His longest was a fifty three yarder to fellow freshman Justin Ross and that fifty three yard reception was the tenth explosive play of the season for clubs and they measure it forty yards in greater they had eleven all of last year with an explosive offense. There's no doubt. I think it's the right. Call to leave Trevor Lawrence on the field. And again, I think we'll be seeing a lot of Trevor Lawrence from here on forward from this offense on the right hash. Twenty five yard line. Staff to Lawrence swingset out left side caught by Powell Alto the thirty five yard line. And that across the thirty yard line is Cornell Powell to recarpet her takes about after the five yard pickup by Clemson to open quarter three to recover, and it was in a really nice pool. Mission to stop the screen, but Powell gave dishes for stiff arm right there to pick up some yards a nice physical play about the Clinton wide receiver under five Et out of the backfield. Lawrence will take the stamps Rose's time right side Powell has a first on the hash marks thirty five out across the forty two. Forty one yard line goes left to pal goes right to Powell and picks up eleven for the first part of makes Clinton so dangerous. Right. It's the second time that caller run play Trevor Lawrence and look down on the perimeter. And he's like his matchup out there anytime he looks out. And he's only two defenders over three wide receivers. He's going go out there and toss it and let us speeds pick up some yards two receivers both ways. And now the tight end bills to the left side of the line first and ten from the forty one stamp in the pistol give up the middle bounces off a tackle at the fifty cuts at the forty five still on his feet and gang tackled at the Georgia Tech forty yard line by Victor Alexander. But not before a nineteen yard game by Travis ATM incredible vision right here by Travis heating, and they were trying to set up a cow. Counterpoint to the right side. But Travis cut all the way back to the left side. Incredible vision for a nineteen your games and they're going fast here. I down at the Georgia Tech forty Lawrence. Takes the shotgun. Snap puts it in. The belly of runs to his right across the forty two. Tackles turns the corner at the thirty yard line inside the thirty stays inbounds. I down to the twenty-seven Adelaide flag comes in from the backside official another great run right there by man fourteen yard and other fourteen yard gain. This guy's unstoppable that's four broken tackles now in the last two plays combined. After the plane. Seventy six. Eighteen yard penalty. The ball. I in. Penalties on Sean Pollard the right guard. It'd being helped off the field. Jalen Johnson linebacker. He's having trouble with that left leg is he limps who now heads to the Georgia Tech bench thirteen thirty six left on the clock here in the opening stages of the second half twenty eight seven Clemson on the first second half series that penalty marks it back to the forty one yard line of Georgia Tech. Stirs in the back field. They'll put it in the belly of feast stir up the left side dragged down gets across the thirty five yard line to the thirty four yard line. Antwon Owens, the defensive end stops a gain of seven Clemson was extremely fortunate on that last play the penalty occurred after I was still I intend to not I twenty five, but they're rolling right now, these big uglies upfront are really starting to lean on the lighter front of Georgia Tech second down in three inside the thirty five yard line of Georgia Tech. It's a hand off to feast or going off the right side. Spawning hit across the thirty first down to the twenty seven yard line. Lamont. Simmons got the stop. We've got a strange look for my partner for Corno Lyman, big ugly. I can say that because I am one. And I say they'll total was. That's that's the big guys up front or doing work right now. But then a great job all day of protection. But now they're really starting to grind on this offense. Starting ten Clemson at the twenty seven yard line of Georgia Tech snap to Lawrence. Give to stir up the middle breaks, a tackle. At the fifteen celebrates to the five gets across the end zone for a touchdown twenty seven yards on the run and Clemson has extended its lead the thirty four seven. And that's what dominant football teams can do. Right. They're they're able when they when they sense a little blood in the water when the other team is floundering a little bit. They're able to put their foot right on the neck of the other team just attack. And that's exactly what Clemson did right there. Really? I don't think they had any past place called that whole drive. Add to quick throws the outside. They were both called run plays. Just a bunch of run plays running right down the field. There's not one thing. The Georgia Tech David could do about it. Google the point after out of the hold of will, sweetie. The coach's son and the extra point is good seven plays seventy five yards to two minutes and forty seconds and Trevor Lawrence lead in Clemson to yet. Another score twelve twenty to go third quarter in Atlanta, Clemson, thirty five Georgia Tech seven. This is college football on ESPN radio and the ESPN app presented by Dr Pepper. Getting knocked down in the football field makes you tough. But getting back up makes you tougher at Goodyear, we call that determination a willingness to put in more hours more reps and more heart to reach a bar that sky high because the Goodyear blimp doesn't show up for just anybody. So don't be just anybody. Blimp worthy. Here. More driven a wedding is a beautiful thing as long as it doesn't fall on a Saturday during college football season. Those Saturdays are reserved for the union of two rivals a celebration of fans coming together to trash talk one another at Buffalo Wild Wings. 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"georgia tech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

13:06 min | 2 years ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Kept. Thanks a lot as Clemson here. Trying to go to four and for the fourth consecutive season. It's been fifteen years since Georgia Tech opened up a season one in three and the. Further. They fall behind in the game the more difficult. It gets if there's no passing game. They're they're they're good at running the clock with some tempo in running the ball as well. But already down two touchdowns here. Nine eleven to go first half. Sure, we talked about the open. They lead the country in rushing with three hundred ninety two yards a game. That is not well suited to coming back. Right. I mean, I know it's second quarter. So you don't have to paint. It get you gotta get out of your offense. You wanna keep running your offense? If you're Georgia Tech, but it's certainly not an ideal situation. They've continued to put themselves behind the chains. They turn the ball over already. Then all the things we talked about in the open there shouldn't do that's been the recipe. So far, the only really successful Georgia Tech other teams so far has been their deep at that their defense played pretty well all things considered only giving up one touchdown through a quarter and a half to an extremely high powered offense Clemson about to kick it off marquess to Sharon. Barry Jones with you from Atlanta, fourteen up at Clemson, Georgia Tech, nine eleven to go. Second quarter kickoff from right to left end over end in about five yards out the back of. In the end zone for a touchback. At Georgia Tech will start from the twenty five yard liming fans has been able to get its yards against the Clemson defense. They just haven't been able to finish off two of their drives. So far today. The I got down to the seventeen penalties took them out of field goal range and on the last one a forty three yard field goal. Went wide left scoreless. For Georgia Tech thus far. Hearts have not been the issue for the Jacquet says he's in so far top twenty five in the country. The total yards per game offensively with they have not been able to execute right there in the sixties in scoring kind of middle of the pack. And yes, how do those not sync up because they keep turning the ball over and they're extremely inefficient the red area. Again, that's been the story today for the yellow jackets who will start at the twenty five yard line triple option, the be back is Jerry Howard. And the fumble is snap. The snap is bumbled rather. Jerry Howard jumps right in the middle of the field. Back beyond the twenty yard line, the fifth fumble so far in this first half four been recovered by Georgia Tech, and the one that wasn't Cleveland. Feral recovered in the end zone for Clemson score six yard loss. And I understand you're playing against an extremely talented deep at the front, but some of these areas were completely inexcusable from Paul Johnson's offense right here. And I'm sure he's going to be on these guys. They're just extremely careless with the football. Putting on the ground center quarterback exchanges day. One errors second sixteen from the nineteen yard line Marshall under center will roll. Who is right option? Key piece jumped on and taken down at the twenty one yard line. Two yard gain last sixteen place for Georgia Tech have gone for negative thirteen yards since that opening series. Brent Venables has his guys playing extremely hard. You just can see here on the field. It's officious pursuit from the inside the goal really of those exterior player those outside shell players has corners and safeties for Clemson is to try to funnel the ball back inside. And let those big linebackers and development company inside make the tackle. They've laid some tough looks today on take one Marshall bird and fourteen from the twenty one is Marshall rolls back looks to pass receiver. Broken up. Nearly intercepted should have been intercepted by Mark Fields the receiver. Freshman Malachi Carter broke off his route on the left side. And the ball went all the way down to the fortieth plumps at fields was almost fielding a punt and couldn't come up with some miscommunication right there from take one marshawn as receiver. But that. That is as easy interception as you will ever see and calm a floater right in the middle of the field. Santo the fifty yard line. And I think Mark Fields was already trying to set up his blocking and trying to score a touchdown right there because there was no one within thirty yards of Presley higher, Vince. Punt by Rogers, waiting for backpedals inside the thirty hit as he caught it breaks contact to the thirty avoids a Fender at the forty yard line and out of bounds on the near left side at about the forty three yard line will wait for them to market their with seven forty two to go in the first half of fifty yard putt at a fifteen yard return by Amari. Rodgers will set up Clemson all the way to the forty four yard nearing the forty five yard one. Yeah. Mary Rogers, the kid or they're extremely excited about only a sophomore is the son actually of t Martin. Ever championship when quarterback? That's right. Nineteen ninety eight Tennessee volunteers current offense coordinator right for USC so football and his family for a long time. No Dabbas excited to get him. He's a playmaker with the ball and Saint Lawrence gets a second series. Dr start at the forty five choice in the backfield. Takes the hand off running to the right now cuts inside the right hash. Tackled at the forty seven yard line by the safety. Tariq carpenter for a gain of two, and that's got to be a sigh of relief right there for close and fans to see choice back out on the field. They're going to need him healthy for their stretcher on here. A good running back. Again. They've got a whole fleet of good talented runners this football team feast or both left banged up on the last series. Second and eight from the forty seven yard line the other gift to choice. Nope. It's a great. Keeping a great fake and a past outfield is caught by the freshman at the tenant in for the touchdown. Justin Ross on a beautiful place fake by Trevor Lawrence who hits about a fifty three yard touchdown reception. Wow. That was a great fake. I gotta say I I know it's early, but we might be witnessing something special here that we might be witnessing the passing of the baton right from Kelly. Bryant two Trevor Lawrence Trevor Lawrence to me. I'm watching this offense brings so much more to this offense right there. A great RPO a run pass option keeps us. I the cornerback peeks his head in the backfield for a split second. And that's all Trevor Lawrence needs to put the ball right on the money for a big another long touchdown. And he is rolling right now. Great heat. Rules. Extra point is good as plumps and goes up twenty one to nothing seventy five to go. First capital? Take that one step further were seeing the future in Trevor Lawrence. We're seeing the future in connection. He and Justin Ross gonna do some damage in the ACC over the next few years. Ross is a six four two hundred ten pound freshman. He was the number one player out of the state of Alabama. They were able to get him out of the state of Alabama to Clemson nice recruiting drop job by Dabo Sweeney. And those guys are going to have some numbers today. Davos, weenie was quick to point that out. Right. Is that thirteen of the last fifteen top recruits in the state of Alabama have gone to the university of Alabama with the exception of two guys? Number one being James Winston who went to Florida state in the second one is this guy right here Justin Ross, and you see why they're excited to have this speedster six four two hundred and ten pounds and frame that can hold probably a few more pounds. This guy's a physical specimen right there. Just totally turn on the jets. And ran bias guy. Ensuing kickoff. And Clemson or right to left end over end. And one may Thomas is sick of looking over his shoulder at the ball sailing through another touchback and Georgia Tech will take over seven. Oh, five to go. First half twenty one to nothing Clemson leading Georgia Tech was seven nothing after one on a defensive score. And now Clemson under Trevor Lawrence a couple of touchdown passes coming in on the last two series able to build this league the three scores, and we talked about cats, and there's a different energy in this. Clemson offense right now it just human nature, right? When you're a receiver in you're playing in an offense with a guy the arm talent caliber Trevor Lawrence as you're gonna run your routes a little bit different. And that's what I've seen right now. From these Clemson receivers from the twenty five yard line to clone Marshall under center, sir. See and motion give to the be back. Jerry Howard gonna roll over a whole bunch of offensive and defensive linemen for a gain of two to the twenty seven yard line is the clock goes under seven minutes to go in this first half as how three times in this football game. They've. Tried the dive in Britain edibles talked about wanting to stop the die. I that a great job with that. That's one of the scene. So it is football players go to the outside today. Trying to pitch where they can use their speed user athleticism on the edges because the die. There has not been a whole lot there. Second down at eight Georgia Tech at twenty seven yard line crossing six and a half minutes to go in half number one here in Atlanta. Marshall under center Howard is the b- back Lynch motions. And now we've got an offside as the wide receivers split out to the right side. Jalen camp was moving down field. Yeah. There's never an excuse for a wide receiver to false start. There's supposed to be looking at the ball at all times. One thing I've seen so far from Clemson kind of one adjustment. They've made it almost looks like a game of Wackle up there up front. They're they're hopping around everywhere. They're changing from afford out front to an odd front. Our three down front. There's constant movement up front. I think they've never want to let these Georgia Tech off of Lyman really get their paths down income because they're never really sure where these guys are going to be there's a lot of movement up front, and it's really throwing off this office of line from Georgia Tech five yard penalty. Makes it second in thirteen from the twenty two yard line. Once he's got five on the defensive front to keep for Marshall. Spins turns his back into the pile up to the twenty five yard line for a gain of three third down in ten coming up JD Davis and Christian Wilkins on the stop. Again. We've talked about it over and over third and ten is not the kind of situation you wanna be in with guys like Cleveland feral Austin Bryan on the football field right now. I mean, wh where do you slide the? Protection? Obviously. Generally when you're talking pass, rush, you have four pass rushers and have five blockers. Right. So you can you can kinda double team one side. But with the talent on this line. I don't know which side given go to third and ten from the twenty five two receivers white run to the left Marshall pockets causing doughty goes sacked twenty one yard line Trayvon Molin on the corner. Blitz got him for the loss. That's that's almost not even fair right there for vegetables, you got for the best defensive lineman of the country coming after a quarterback who doesn't practice pass protection much line? And then you bring a corner blitz. The quarterback never sees it an easy sack right there for this Clemson defense, and these guys seem like they have figured out this trip triple option attack. Nothing is there right now for Georgia Tech third sack of the game fourth straight game with three sex for Clemson. Here's the punt Georgia Tech, a nice high spiral. Wow. Amari, Roger backpedaling inside. The twenty-five has at the twenty two runs across the field to the near side uses a stiff arm of the twenty-five turns on the numbers. Thirty spends to the forty at about and a flag coming in from the back side after an outstanding return by Amari Rogers of nineteen yards. The punt was fifty seven yards by Presley Harbin. And now we'll see about the flag. Looks like it might be a hold on the return team. That's what I get the phrase out. Punt your coverage right there. Casta beautiful. Punt. Again, with the whole Paul could is a holding call on a nice return right there. Biomarker Rogers did a nice job of setting up his blocking came all the way across the field. Caught on one on the outside the numbers on the right side of this field. Ran all the way to the opposite side fifty three and a half yards across this field. And I think he went about at least forty five to set up a nice return right there. But it's coming back to the whole. And again, we're seeing Trevor Lawrence more challenges field. I just wonder. They talk about the hot hand right now. And there is no doubt to anyone of the stadium who the hot hand is in the white uniform two touchdown passes in two series. Four and a half minutes to go first half twenty one nothing Clemson Lawrence. Takes a snap. Fakes the pitch stands in the pocket pressure. Coming ties to get back to the line of scrimmage grabbed from behind by Victor Alexander on a loss of one. They were trying to set up a play action pass their big tight in Meilen Richard down the same. It was well covered by Georgia Tech Trevor Lawrence right, there did a nice job of getting back to the line of scrimmage kind of do it. Can't it wasn't. There. Didn't try to force it. Again. A good decision from young freshman. Second and eleven they'll spread the field to receivers each way. Lawrence. Takes a shotgun snap. They rush. For dumps it over the middle. The thunder at it is intercepted Desmond branch the defensive end the ball. Hit a lion cage surveying bounced in the air and branch came up with the pick the defensive end. Yeah. Just almost an unlucky player right there for Trevor Lawrence. They're trying to set up a middle screen too. Poet bounced off the helmet actually back at his head of gave survey just an unfortunate actually had the middle screen. There was a good decision to go ahead and throw it looks like the left looks like gate survey Kasim possibly playing left guard and just perfectly intersected has helmet. Hit it pops three of the year for an interception. Go three fifty four to go in the half important dry. Jerry Howard, the be back up the middle. Kind of spin out of contact across the twenty to the sixteen yard line AJ Torralba the quarter. The Atlanta native with the stopdown three touchdowns..

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"georgia tech" Discussed on WREK

WREK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on WREK

"Ninety to more one point smooth one african fm tunes like this one tune into sub saharan vibes from nine to ten pm every monday let on w k atlanta ninety one point one fm let this is w r k atlanta ninety one point one fm the georgia tech students station we offer you more diverse ways this to is shake your booty the than anyone atlanta ninety one point one fm the georgia tech students station we are more diverse i ways to shake your food even anyone you're listening to w r e k sunday morning public affairs programming coming up right now is this way out here on w r e k atlanta ninety one you're point listening one to fm w r e case sunday morning public affairs programming coming up right now is this way out they here were told on w by r e the k very atlanta doctors ninety one they point sought one out fm to treat our bodies that we were the only ones like us and that we should never tell they were anybody told by else about the very our queer doctors bodies and how they we sought were born out to and treat of course our bodies anytime that you have we lies were the in only the family ones like us bad and things that will we should probably never happen tell anybody over time else about and our queer in fact bodies and they how do we happen were born and they still and happen of course we're anytime gay you have or lies lesbian in the family whereby bad we're trans things will probably were straight happen were over a time sexual and every in fact kind they of do variation happen out and they there still is how happen we identify we're gay or lesbian whereby we're trans were straight were a sexual every kind of variation out there's how we identify.

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"georgia tech" Discussed on WREK

WREK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on WREK

"Ninety to more one point smooth one african fm tunes like this one tune into sub saharan vibes from nine to ten pm every monday let on w k atlanta ninety one point one fm let this is w r k atlanta ninety one point one fm the georgia tech students station we offer you more diverse ways this to is shake your booty the than anyone atlanta ninety one point one fm the georgia tech students station we are more diverse i ways to shake your food even anyone you're listening to w r e k sunday morning public affairs programming coming up right now is this way out here on w r e k atlanta ninety one you're point listening one to fm w r e case sunday morning public affairs programming coming up right now is this way out they here were told on w by r e the k very atlanta doctors ninety one they point sought one out fm to treat our bodies that we were the only ones like us and that we should never tell they were anybody told by else about the very our queer doctors bodies and how they we sought were born out to and treat of course our bodies anytime that you have we lies were the in only the family ones like us bad and things that will we should probably never happen tell anybody over time else about and our queer in fact bodies and they how do we happen were born and they still and happen of course we're anytime gay you have or lies lesbian in the family whereby bad we're trans things will probably were straight happen were over a time sexual and every in fact kind they of do variation happen out and they there still is how happen we identify we're gay or lesbian whereby we're trans were straight were a sexual every kind of variation out there's how we identify.

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"georgia tech" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on WTMA

"A whole a panoply of others stories today that just it's just these people look what they've done to our nice country violence in st louis violence at georgia tech in georgia we where there was a suicide by police you see the i told you about it very briefly yesterday but a trends person was shot to death by the police turns out first of all let me and it was suicide by police let me remind everyone of this fund statistic it's not fun it's horrible and tragic but it's an adjusted crazy statistic in the schranz people community the attempted suicide rate is forty percent forty percent nearly one in two at fifty percent that's one and two so four out of ten people attempt suicide now transportation at georgia tech who goes by the name scout says he's based on his voice on i thing it's a he and yet here you can hear the voice on the video of the police shooting with him yelling shoot me shoot me shoot me well you know what was your next clue he himself it turned out uh called the police and said there is someone with a gun and a knife the georgia tech police showed up they found this guy with a knife coming at the police with the knife screaming shoot me shoot me the police accommodated i mean after all is the taxpayer or is parents are anyway so it was a request of sorts shot the trans person to death and now they're riots over it in saint louis in two thousand eleven heroin dealer with a gun in a bag of heroin in his car attempted a run over police officers when they spot him conducting spotted him conducting a drug deal in the parking lot of a restaurant they approach the car tried to run them over fled highspeed chase gliding vehicles carcrash reaches for gone police officer had some democrats are out in the street rioting burning stuff smashing out storefronts all kinds of good stuff over that because another heroin dealer shut by the place all their euros her heroin dealers it's an amazing thing to watch we've got st louis we got georgia tech we got nancy pelosi big disrupt best you just yesterday and that's today's democrat party as barack obama's fundamental transformation of america so i said all along.

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"georgia tech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"georgia tech" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Go resents the alongside david norrie ian fitzsimons on the sideline of the rest of our crew 926 to go third quarter in atlanta georgia tech fourteen tennessee seven opening drive third quarter david the georgia tech of smart for their march twenty two the one of tennessee its third doubted goal twenty five straight rushing attempts for this georgia tech often switches you know it's not shocking but now we saw marshall did a couple of early passes he was super tutu big conversions one taking place ricky june on the first touchdown drive but it gone back to what they do best call the core backups output across the goalline touchdown touqan marshall took the snap cable turn what he was going to give it the pension but he's got a touchdown krasula goal wide what a drive by george attack to start the third quarter there are up twenty two seven and he could just see the kwan marshall is getting more and more comfortable with the read some triple option offense was spot worries keeping the football a very judicious on the pitch is it gone with some simple toss sweep cspan accurate with this wall harry's but much more secure with the football your early on the second half he was early in the first at sean davis extrapoint dry on to make a 21 several he does we do we have a flag here looks like they way in light of the kicker of out of the justin martin so they're going to talk this over personal foul referee kicker under defense or in a successful the parallel this the voice of john o'neill never that spot as we go to break the thick about onside kick though get the kickoff crowded midfield we'll find out if they do that nine nineteen to go third quarter at mercedes benz stadium at atlanta georgia checked out 20watt.

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