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Fresh update on "indiana" discussed on Tony Katz and the Morning News
"Deanna Pacers have won four out of five after a 1 30 to 1 24 victory over the Houston Rockets. The Monta Sabonis helped lead the way with 22 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists. Pacers led by 20 at halftime and coach Nape Yorker and talked about the strong start, and I thought we had that initial forcing you to start that game. You know what? The first group I thought on both ends of the floor. That was pretty good energy coming out of the gate. Indiana takes on the league Best Utah Jazz tomorrow afternoon. You basketball announced that you see a Rose Bond has been hired as the third assistant coach on Mike Woodson staff. The 43 year old Rosemonde was most recently an assistant coach at Alabama from 2017 through 2019. I've Sam Robb's four W V C sports. I'm so old. How old are you? Come on. I'm sold that I.
Man City Break UCL Jinx
"We kick things off in germany where it finished brucie dolton one of the city to however the champions league favors to sweat throughout this game because dortmund would take the lead batting with the goal one nil. Remember bruce you would be going. Through then. Marries convince a penalty fill phone with the goal of then guarantee city place in the semifinals where that as psg water game asking me. Look ahead to those games a little bit later on. Welcome indiana all going to feel. It's off native. Anouar anna craig. Burley to the show craig. Another good champions league tie today. Yeah absolutely and that goal from bellingham and he how good was he over the two legs for one so young but that goal just put the jails on minds on mindset of was going to be another story again but there were patient. Who a patient and the pastor and the got the job done. I don't think it was brilliant from them over the two games But it was certainly good enough. And i think dortmund can have many complete. I mean you can complain about the decision false game when the referee chopped off the bellingham goal but over the two legs. There was no surprise. We'll just a little bit too strong. But i thought they made a little bit work of the one hundred and eighty minutes then then then it should have been. I think when the draw was initially made made them we thought this is a bank city. We'll get through. No problem is craig said that made to work hard for it. I wouldn't necessarily say it was a banker but realistically call it. Favorable draw but the way that cities basically gone through this game here. It's been since about what had been like so far. Twenty twenty one. They don't always below teams away but it tends to find a way to win
Broadway Actress Who Learned How to Be Her Own Producer
"Well ashley kate. It is so wonderful to have you on the podcast. Thank you for being here. Thank you so much for having me. Patrick it's a joy to be joining you today. Well i wanna get started out as we all. Do you know we come from different family. Lives we come from different Home lives and yours really was like everyone was in the performing arts. So did you feel like pressure to do. It was like a right of passage to start. You know that's an awesome question. Because i i really believe we are You know we come from where we come from we. Are you know a representation kind of kambli light if you will especially when it comes to the entertainment industry yes. I was born and raised in a loving musical kunar family so my parents were never You know stern stage parents if you will but they were. You know loving supportive an honest leaders in the industry if you will My mother still proudly works at the professional dinner theatre in southern indiana kentucky area In at her age which is beautiful and ripe age heading into her early sixties soon. But she's been married since her early twenties and it's unbelievable that consistency of her career amd And my father or the the late and great. Ernie adams was just the most loving generous man and a pillar in the musical theater community. Where i was born and raised in mobile kentucky and He unfortunately passed away for years ago due to cancer but his legacy is living on through me and my sister who's also in the industry ten years younger than me. Who's a phenomenal singer. And she just got off the due to the pandemic the national tour of charleena chocolate factory. So exactly what you're saying the family business you know. Some people make you know Air conditioning and heating and cooling in our family business is is entertainment and the theater so very wonderful upbringing and very honest portrayal of what. I was getting myself into
George Dominates Indiana Pacers, Leads Los Angeles Clippers to 6th Straight Win
"With a 1 26 1 15 win over the Pacers Clippers have won six straight first game on the road after their nine game home stand to get the victory. Paul George 36 points, seven rebounds, eight assists, and he spoke with the TNT crew. I just contain a man Continue to be a student of the game. I really locked in, um, the way No, we chopped it up earlier, Um, for the season started about just watching film watching edits. I've been doing that. Ton of that, Um, it's crazy Year 11 year, 11. I could still be You know, a student of the game is still one toe learning and no more. So I've just been locking in with my team locking in with my personal team on do you know I've been able to come out? God blessed me to make sure it's
Johnson & Johnson vaccine paused over rare blood clots
"From you at all about the pausing of the rollout of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. I mean, it's already been rolled out with it's about seven million people been vaccinated so far where there has been an issue. I don't e don't know. Issues the right word blood clots in six different women. One has died. Ones in the hospital. Any any paws cause for concern for you there? I don't think so. Remember, They did this to the AstraZeneca vaccine. They're in Europe and now it's It's back to being used. I believe so. Even experts like this could be just a couple days just just to recheck the Johnson Johnson vaccine is the one that I would take. You know, One shot and done is where I would rather be. No, I'm not. I'm not concerned by it, but I can appreciate the Indiana was like, okay. We're not gonna offer it for for a couple days. We didn't get out. We didn't get any kind of directive from the FDA. We're just gonna follow along so we don't get sued. That's how I read it that so I took the press release
The Egyptian Pyramids Are Crazy
"The pyramid appearance while we should say that the reason everybody was was hitting us up to do this because they are they are studying each all the time to the point that they found a whole city the whole city that they had never that they didn't know existed and they're calling it the golden city thirty four hundred years old they just just popped up so explain their digging and they found like turkey kinda yes. They have this technology and they're always doing like there's you can study in college and get a phd called egyptology. So there are people who do nothing but egypt and so you had an archaeologist indiana jones guy running around egypt and they have this new technology called widar and they found this city. They're calling it the golden city and they found like it's like perfectly preserved because it's just been buried with like dirt and dust similar to like that go beckley tupi and turkey. Were just everything was there. And they're finding weird skeletons and stuff and they're finding like different types of walls and structures and things that were not really present anywhere else in egypt and then the big thing like the. The tombs have been studied in egypt. Rate and Light they apparently The sphinx and like alexandria and like all these different things have been studied. But there's no evidence or study about how egyptians actually lived. This is all like. Oh here's a weird temple. Here's a weird pyramid. Here's a weird statue. And i was at there. Why was it there and like know a couple of guys like us back in ancient egypt. What were we doing Well there's no evidence for any of that stuff. This is what that is.
Cook County Halt Johnson & Johnson Vaccines, Scramble to Reschedule Appointments
"35,000 appointments will be made available for the vaccine at three o'clock today in Cook County for those 16 and over and those appointments are for the mass vaccination cited includes only Fizer and Moderno vaccines. Now the county is halted the use of Johnson and Johnson, while the CDC and the FDA investigate a number of cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot. And individuals were reported ABC is Ava Pilgrim. It's really important to note this type of blood clot was seen in combination with low levels of blood platelets, and the treatment of this specific type of blood clot is different from the treatment that might typically be administered. Now, nearly seven million people have gotten the J and J vaccine at this point. Johnson and Johnson responding, saying in a statement. The safety and well being of our people who use our products is our number one priority. At present, no clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events and the vaccine. CDC recommends people who have received a James J vaccine and developed severe headaches, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath within three weeks of inoculation to contact their health care provider. Meantime, Illinois health officials have halted all use of the J and J vaccines providers or to use Madonna and Fizer. The same goes for Indiana. If you're headed there to try and get a
Republicans Work to Rebrand GOP as Party of Working Class
"Donald trump brought more working class voters into the republican party than any other president since ronald reagan now. Republicans are trying to figure out how to keep them. The working class vote will be crucial in next year's midterms. Here's npr congressional correspondent. Susan davis in the last decade. The biggest growth in the republican coalition has been white voters without a college degree along with some growth with similarly educated black and hispanic voters. that's why republicans. Like indiana congressman. Jim banks believe the only winning path forward for the gop is to fully reimagined itself as the party of the working class and if republicans want to be successful as a party when the majority in twenty twenty two win back the white house and twenty twenty four. I think we have to learn lessons that donald trump taught us now to appeal to these voters. Banks is the chairman of the republican study committee but conservative faction in the house. long rooted. in small government low taxes and social conservatism. He recently sent a six page memo to house. Minority leader kevin mccarthy making the case that republicans need to refocus their agenda. Almost entirely on working class appeals for banks. This means tougher immigration laws cracking down on china big tech and perhaps most provocatively for republicans corporate america for too long the republican party said into the narratives that republican party was party of business or the party of wall street. Republicans are increasingly comfortable attacking corporations these days. That's a lot easier for them. After wall street donors gave more to joe biden. Major companies halted political donations to republicans who objected to electoral college results on january six and is companies take more liberal positions on controversial issues like georgia's new voting law senate minority leader mitch. Mcconnell last week issued a rare verbal rebuke of companies that oppose the law. Warning if you will to corporate america's to stay out of politics. It's not what you're designed for.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge Joins New 'Indiana Jones' Movie
"Any engines. Five has hired an actor to join the movie cast. And it's someone. I'm i'm very very excited about it. Is phoebe waller bridge. you're unfamiliar with. She wrote created and starred in fleabag. She also wrote the new james bond movie. That's coming out. And she is going to write and star in the new. Mr and mrs smith with donald glover. She's a she's incredible person. She's going to be joining the cast of indiana jones. Five for obviously. We don't know anything about the roles of the pot or anything like that except that harrison ford will be returning as jones. Because he's i'm indiana
Indiana Extends Needle Exchange Authority to 2026
"Extension for Indiana's needle exchange programs. Eric Berman report signed counties have programs or addicts can exchange used needles for clean ones currently expires next year. Legislators have been to extend it to 2026. The programs began as a way to stop the spread of HIV and hepatitis of Mental Health. America of Indiana Vice President Brandon George says they connect addicts to brought her health services people that don't normally get touched and giving them a bunch. Of services that just happens to include syringes, George says those who take part have been five times more likely to enter treatment.
200 Dollars to Glory: Starting and Expanding a Bar. - burst 02
"We got some bottles coming out this that are some pretty heavy hitters yes some really highly allocated bottles One for sure that. I know on that i'm looking for. I don't think i've ever been able to see this out in the wild anywhere. But that blatant bo. Twenty two year Coming out in april. It's going to be a nice hard to find but if you can get your hands on one is going to be about that. You definitely want to add to your collection. I've seen people do reviews on it. They've had nothing but positive things to say about it. And i just kind of scared of the price tag. I don't know exactly what the price tag on it is. I'm not gonna throw a bunch of rumors out there. But i know what's up there Another one that you can be looking for in april Old fitzgerald's releasing their spring. Twenty twenty one to kanter. I think this one was an eight year. Yes so this is going to be an eight-year bottled in bond bourbon. You're going to be hard pressed to find this one as well So also in april. You're looking at blood. Oaths annual release. Pack seven this year Last year's was finished in cognac barrels. This year i don't do it. Does anyone know the finish on that. By chance Kimball can look that up for not mistaken. it was. i can't pronounce a madera madera. Almost one hundred percent. Sure and i'm i'm may be completely wrong. I know the label is just a beautiful baby. Blue yes so high. I love the color blue health campbell's wearing a blue shirt. I like that shirt gamble. So you were talking about the Price tag for blaine. Twenty two yes Soften yay sau. T. e. r. in es casks. I'm guessing saw yeah. I don't know how to pronounce it. So let's see again sought as you. T. e. r. n. e. s. We're also from southern indiana. So far pronunciations are absolutely terrible. Y'all don't understand what we're going through around here. Please forgive sweet white wine. From the small town of salter tornay in the bordeaux region of france so definitely saw tornay or saw. Turn me a white wine. That's going to be an interesting one but by to the blatant is. Is this the last of the blatant bo. Twenty two year. Because aren't they discontinued doing in bo. Twenty two. I haven't read anything yet. just keep stay tuned to us. We'll we'll do some research and will either put it up on our facebook page or we'll lie included in a future episode
GM cutting overtime shifts at two U.S. truck plants due to chip shortage
"Forcing General Motors to reduce overtime shifts at two assembly plants. The cuts will affect Flint, Michigan and Fort Wayne Indiana plants, which produce a variety of pick up models from the Chevy and GMC brands. A total of three overtime shifts between both facilities will be removed this weekend. I'm Brian shook
Phoebe Waller-Bridge to Star in New 'Indiana Jones' Film
"Co star in the next installment of the Indiana Jones franchise, has been selected. Lucasfilm and director James Mangold have their sights set on Harrison Ford's first new co star in the next installment of the Indiana Jones franchise sources tell Deadline that Phoebe Waller Bridge is set to co star opposite Ford in the fifth film with Ford Returning is everyone's favorite fedora wearing witty archaeologist. Good afternoon, Dr Jones. I'm gonna kill you right now, not a very private place for emergency. Well, these Arabs don't care if we kill each other. They're not going to interfere in our business. Hope is to start production this summer. With Lucasfilm and Mangold meeting with talent for other roles in preparation, details are still vague about what new adventure awaits in. Deanna Jones, but the film is set to premiere on July. 29th 2022, Mary Course.
NCAA tournament helps Indianapolis' hospitality industry
"I'm Alex Brown. Despite the hand, the pandemic has dealt Indiana's $5 billion hospitality industry. March Madness served is the perfect recipe for hotel. Was and restaurants to regain at least some of their footing. Katie Harris, owner of Io, Zoe's Garden of Italy and downtown Indianapolis, says operating the restaurant during the pandemic has been more difficult than when it opened in 2009 coming out of the great recession, but the tournament has provided a boost. Marches warmly, a lower time of the year. Our sales revenue about three weeks of the tournament has been going on. We're up about 25, a half percent over 2019 sales. She says. The tournament along with more people getting vaccinated continues to show
Boston Red Sox unveil new uniforms that aren't red
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Some Businesses Want Masks On, Even as States Drop Mandates
"I'm Julie Walker even though nearly a fifth of states don't require masks to protect against cove it some businesses are requiring employees and customers to wear them and they can do that eighteen states currently have no mask requirements and Indiana expects to end its mandate today but company owners whose businesses could range from manufacturers to retailers to massage therapists say they want to protect their staff and their customers and the law is on their side businesses are private properties so owners can set the rules and employers are obligated under federal law and some state laws to provide a safe workplace for their employees and that could include requiring everyone on the premises to wear masks I'm Julie Walker
Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio now offering COVID-19 vaccination to all adults
"Of the whole effort and what we're here to emphasize today. Is the only way to finally end those is with the vaccine. Jackie Senator Mitch McConnell, visiting the bluegrass state today, applauding the governor for lowering the age requirement to 16 to get the vaccination that means everywhere in the Tri state, Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. All adults can now qualify to get a shop today. The
Fallen Capitol Police officer identified as William 'Billy' Evans
"A Massachusetts native serving as a Capitol police officer was killed in an attack on the Capitol, Billy Evans was born and raised in North Adams. He died. Another officer was injured when a man rammed his car through a checkpoint and attempted to attack the officers with a knife. It's caused a renewed focus on security among lawmakers. ABC is faith of Booby has the latest on the investigation. Sources tell ABC News the now deceased suspect to know a green. Man in his twenties. Authorities believe Green had ties to Virginia and Indiana, and investigators are taking a close look at some of his possible social media posts. The no clear motive has been
What we know about Washington DC Capitol attack suspect Noah Green
"Far about yesterday's attack, Capitol police say a man rammed a car into two officers. One officer died and other is in the hospital in stable condition and is expected to survive. That attack happened just before one o'clock and an access point about 100 yards from the entrance of the Senate side of the Capitol yesterday afternoon. The officer who was killed was an 18 year. Veteran of the Force officer Billy Evans was a member of the capital division's first responders unit. The driver's identified his 25 year old Noah Green. Authorities believe he's from Indiana but lived in Virginia. After ramming the officers and the barricade. Police say Green got out of the car with a knife and charged it officers. He was shot and killed. DC Police chief Robert Conte says the attack is not believed at this point to be related to terrorism or the January 6th Ryan and the suspect was not known to police. According to multiple reports, Green recently posted on his Facebook page that he was struggling during the pandemic and lost his job. He was also a follower of the nation of Islam Black nationalist movement. In other news this
"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Here hasn't been for Indiana's hospitals with respect to covert 19. Well, it has been a marathon has been exhausting for Everybody that didn't our organizations that men and women on the frontline certainly, and we've seen a lot of ups and downs and think we are not out of the woods yet, but we are proud of the work, especially here at the association. We're incredibly proud of the work that our members have done throughout the past year. I think we've learned a lot learned how to Treat Cove it better. I learned a lot about how to do public health and in a pandemic like this, and I think we're gonna be better prepared as a health care system going forward, But we need to close out strong here and make sure that we move past this, hopefully by the summer and into the fall, But it's been a challenging year. No questions uncovered first really hit Indiana back in March of last year, 2020. Did you think it would last this long? E don't know, bloody thinking back. It's a great question. It was initially such a day to day experience. I think for myself, my organization and and all of our members on the front line that it was it took. It took a few weeks. I think before we were able to start thinking about the longer term because it just Took off so quickly and we were dealing with something that that was brand new, and it was so much work to do initially, and I think everyone was just focused on Let's say yeah, but expanding the number of intensive care units expanding the number of ventilators available. It just so focused on that, I think is we moved into the summer and started to think a little bit more about the longer term from a public health standpoint. And where We were with vaccines. I think then it became clear that this was not going to be a sprint. It was going to be a marathon. But I will say from where we stand today I am encouraged about what the summer and fall will look like more encouraged than maybe I was even even a year ago are let's say last summer. I know because I remember back during those early days of March and April. The governor's You'd sort of the stay at home order, saying we needed to kind of hunkered down contain the spread, but it just kept just kept kind of sort of growing and growing and growing. He did. It didn't And I think one of the lessons that we've learned and this is an important lesson that we need to make sure that we reflect on right now. This is this is a pivotal moment. We have seen just in the last 24 hours. Some states announcing that they're moving away from asking and other things, things that we weigh no work, and I just think it's important that we don't derail the progress that That we've made it. The virus can still spread. And unfortunately we're so learning about the new variants that could spread even more easily. So we have so much good news in terms of the way that we can treat Cove it the vaccinations. Indiana's doing a fantastic job getting the population vaccinated. We've got a lot of things going on our direction. So if we don't We let our guard down, which has happened before happening myself. Even I think personally when we were in last summer, looking at rates going in the right direction and thinking maybe we're we're we've turned the corner, but this is a It's a nasty virus, and it's adaptable, and we need to make sure that we don't forget those lessons. And if we stay committed to that We can get ahead of this and hopefully get it behind us. Our guest in the programming is Brian Tabor. Brian is the president. The Indian the Hospital Association. We call upon the year anniversary of covert 19 sort of hitting the state of Indiana, where we were talking to different newsmakers about how cold with him how covert 19 has impacted their particular industry. Brian, I remember also early on to that it was It was a big thing that I've done to get the ventilators to get emergency bed space. And hospitals had to stop doing other other procedures. Know that sort of hit you folks in the pocketbook for awhile there, too. Yeah, There was a time where going back to last year. Once the initial kind of shock of dealing with the pandemic past and we started to look out to just even the near future. It was clear to me that we had Many hospitals in the state that we're not going to survive. Think being too into the summer just financially big cost involved with treating coded the worldwide scarcity of supplies. Everything went one through the group and at the same time with orders, understandably around the suspension of elective procedures and then patients Slow toe come back even after those orders air lifted And what kind of still seeing that that there's still a hesitance of patients to come back to the system and in some places, so yeah, that all adds up to really challenging financial times. I think when you look at also some of our world and urban safety net hospitals, they already had this underlying financial stability and cove. It just Really exacerbated that. I want to thank our congressional delegation at the Congress moved very swiftly and here in Indiana way really had all of our members of the congressional delegation reaching out the hospital saying, What can we do to help? How can we help you? So certainly the finances from the cares act, the financial assistance help. There's a lot of other just good policies that they put in place to make things easier for our members. And we have not had a hospital closed. Um, unfortunately, had one go bankrupt here in Indiana before co bed, but that financial relief has helped our members bridge that gap, so I think we have some of that underlying financial fragility going forward. But thankfully, swift action helped us keep the doors open. And it's interesting that you talk about hospital pages because, like you said, the government that the same kind of put a sort of a moratorium for a while. On elective procedures that more tournament and lifted But still folks aren't quite ready to come. Some folks are going to come back to the hospital yet. That's right. We're seeing that in some cases, uh, emergency room volume, the number of people who come into the hospital or the health care system to the emergency room down significantly Now, that's not all bad. I think one of the bright spots that we've had insists embracing and a big leap forward, but would telehealth, for example, and what It's a good work being done in the Indiana General Assembly to make that a foundation for telehealth telemedicine more permanent, So that's a good thing. But if we are still seeing that there are people that are putting off care, they're just not quite ready to come back and interact with the health care system and that you know, hospitals are safe places. We want to educate people to tell them that they shouldn't be putting off that care. That's one of the worries that I have long term. That duel is way know that Indiana we have Some poor health metrics. Just how we how healthy we are, whether it's diabetes, heart conditions. I do worry about the long term cost of that differed care people that are putting up care, so we want to get people to get get back and get their needs taken care of a soon as possible. Our guest on the program a day is Brian Tabor. Brian is he present of the Indiana Hospital Association. We're talking about the impact of covert 19 has had on Indian. This hospital's over. This passion also do a little bit of looking forward. A swell Brian No one of things that hospitals have been really concerned about eyes covert nineteen's impact on minority minority communities and communities of color because African Americans, for example, have a higher rate of co morbidity ease and the cova 19 rate. Has really had a lot of African American communities. What have you folks done over the past year to sort of help mitigate that? S so I think one of the things that we're looking at is how do we, first of all, in light of some of those lessons very quickly moved to distribute the vaccine in our to those populations that were hit particularly hard by Cove it on. That's not easy because in some cases there There's some, for whatever reason, your cultural resistance that we have to overcome with with education, So I think that's a lesson that we've learned, and our members are moving across the state just to do that to look at, uh, clinics, education partnerships with other organizations to try to reach those those populations. So we've got to do that. Not just for the long haul, but because of these various way are concerned about some people call it 1/4 wave. I don't know if it'll be a big wave or away black, but we we just need to focus. We're not out of this yet. So we need to help those populations right now. As we look more broadly, I think it's clear that we need to look at the fundamentals.
"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Who day after day, hour after hour have taken care of those afflicted. With this virus and to our law enforcement officials who put their lives on the line every day to serve, save and protect our streets. Into our churches, synagogues and mosques. Spiritual guidance. So that we can carry on with our lives without far worse disruption. And yet through it all. Hoosiers have risen to meet these unprecedented challenges. Realizing much more work is to be done in this historic moment of opportunity. Ladies and gentlemen, because of you. The state of our state is resilient and growing. Our foundation has held strong. I don't know how many other states in America have a triple a credit rating and are expected to finish the year with over $2 billion in reserves and that experience an all time record year of new job commitments last year. During a global pandemic like Indiana did. Keep me And because of the strong position we were in pre pandemic. And the immediate, aggressive and targeted Cove in 19 responses throughout Was able to include in my two years state budget proposal. That Indiana is now in the position. To restore many agency budgets. Increase K through 12 funding by $377 million. Restore higher education funding by $103 million and increase it in each of the next two years. Make new investments in our state parks and in our Indiana state fairgrounds that serves all 92 counties. Building, new State Police Land and Indiana National Guard Armory along with improvements in two others. And we're in a position to pay down $400 million on our biggest teacher pension debt. And in turn gives us more budget flexibility. Same is true for paying off the outstanding bonds on I 69 mortgages on three state hospitals. He's and gentlemen coming off a 2020. I'm convinced 2021 can be the best ever. So the central question before us all. Is. How can we seize this day? Thankfully. In Indiana. Our capabilities will be aided by our momentum for sure, but we must not slow down. In fact, we must accelerate and go, go, go. That starts with keeping our focus on the health and wealth of our people. No matter what phase of life or pathway they are on. I'm so proud of our state Department of Health. And the way they and our local partners have rolled out. The are shot Hoosiers vaccination plan. We've already scheduled or administer nearly 120,000 vaccinations to our 80 year and older population. And over 215,000. Hoosiers in the 70 to 79 age group..
"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Those folks that air Citing those proceedings. Air in Washington, D C. I'm focused on the home front. Whitney. I'm not running for federal office and won't have an opinion. Until I would and don't hold your breath for me to do that. Obviously, we're going through a And during a global pandemic, and I realize we're seven days away. I guess the 20th of January would be the inauguration. On Dwight happens between now and then, as anyone's guess. I'm certainly I'm not calling any shots out there and don't want to be Having said that What I want to do is be focused here at home on the home front and making sure we're getting through this. Um As swiftly and safely I I don't want to just spend my time. Imagining. What it's going to be like to actually take off. My mask. And not have to put it back on or going to a restaurant and celebrating the fact that we're on the other side. Um, I don't want to. Just spend my time imagining. All the good that is in the pipeline and that light at the end of the tunnel. It's it's there Now. We don't have to imagine this. We know that vigilance and the combination of vigilance and the vaccine Is making a difference. And now we're in this position where we're starting to predict when that will really make a difference, But we know this is going to save lives. I've got my plate is full and any other gunner in the country ought to be focused on their job at hand. And We know what the results are. We're moving forward. We're already working with our federal and our local partners on making sure we get through this pandemic. The Of medical science is settled on what we need to, uh But I should say the medical experts have presented us with the information that's settled. We know what we need to do, and we're doing it. And there are so many indicators positive indicators out there. Both on the Health front and on the economic front. That just reinforces. Me and others to focus on the duty at hand here at home. We end with the Daily Journal. Good afternoon, Leanne. Yeah. The and you should be thanks for taking my question. Terrible, parched and from our reader. This free mother lived, but Can you? Me? No. You're bouncing around in and out. Real time technology issues right here. Full display. We'll circle back come back to Leanne. Brock Turner. With W F I u afternoon brought Good afternoon. Governor. Have a couple of, um everything. Mm hmm. Go ahead. Brock sorry about that. So question here for Dr Dan and then one for Governor Holcomb. Um, Dr Dan, I know you mentioned some nursing homes here in the state of Indiana and long term care facilities did not sign on to the federal vaccination program. I was just hoping you could go into a little more detail about the reasons that you're hearing that those facilities did not, And if you had a direct number of those facilities Yeah. I don't want to give an exact number cause I It may have changed. It was in the ballpark of 10 still nursing facilities that we're not in the federal partnership and when we'd reached out to them Some of them had actually established a partnership already with their local hospital and had the ability to do them through them. Some have their local pharmacies that they worked with, who thought that they would be able to provide that for them, only to find out later that that's not how the program was designed. But it would be this federal partnership and so By the time they realize that the date for signing up had passed, but it's a fairly small number and in the assisted living facility, it's also in the About 30 or so range that didn't have a plan so overall, the vast majority of the both skilled nursing assistant facilities are in that federal partnership. Thanks. And then just one quick question for Governor Holcomb in terms of moving forward in this vaccination process had there been anything any instances in which you, you know Would have liked things to run smoother it because it I mean, because I know Dr Box and others that sort of mentioned, you know, maybe a difficulty with getting the number of vaccines and those allocations changing. Is that there? Are there any Is there anything that you would point to that? You know, you would like to See move course smoothly. Uh, I'm a patient Individuals to I, of course, like perfection. But I understand you're what you're witnessing is this is not Cabbage Patch dolls or tickle me Elmo. You know that we're ordering. This is vaccinations to the tune of hundreds of thousands. Tens of thousands, not just tests and tracing and vaccinations occurring every single day with multiple partners that is evolving over time. And so I get From the From the What might seem to be the smallest issue like the size of a parking lot in some community out state, Indiana and how that affects accommodating Administering the vaccine. So we're all going through this together. Like it or not. We're all going through this together. And like I said, we're taking a fact. Based approach. Moving ourselves, not just forward, but through this to the other side. And we're seeking partnerships and building them and growing them, extending them on a day that day out basis, And so there are Um The only thing that I would want more of his inventory that zit and we will get it in the arms when we get it, and I'm Not just patient. I'm appreciative that we're in the position that we are right now with inside a year. Having multiple vaccinations. You want to add anything your your phone lights up every minute of every day. So I think Hoosiers were just so anxious Now that we're on to this point of hope, right? And now Hoosiers are anxious, and they just want to know when, when, when? And that's the hardest part. And so I think, Governor you and myself on. I know Lindsay. We always just try to be as transparent as possible that these are the facts as we know them, but Ask us in a couple of hours, and they may be totally different, so we really have to drop adopted that approach..
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"Days, But they'll be a couple that that will prioritize. Thank you all. Stay safe and appreciated all your all your doing. Indiana House Speaker Todd Houston and Senate President Pro TEM Rod brain and that will do it for this edition of Indiana issues. Remember, you can always catch us about the week at our parent website and the politics of torque and be sure to follow us on Facebook as well. You can follow us on Facebook also follow us on Twitter. Our Twitter handle is indeed politics. Org. And don't forget we have our television program as well. That's right. Lots of stuff going on with a nanny issues these days. You can catch our program on YouTube. And if Comcast UK provider guess what you can catch us on Comcast. Oh, and by the way, we want to wish you all a very happy and healthy new year. We realize that 2020 was tough for a lot of us. We lost her own father to the cove in 19. And so we just want to make sure you all stay safe. We appreciate you all listening to us, and we'll hopefully be around here for a lot longer. Any other issues under rent apart by the Indiana Conference of Mayors or just local program, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Ivy Tech Community College, though small business law firm with Asher Bushman in vocal, the end super quality education in a nap of public schools in end of Civil Rights Commission and downtown comics, your place to escape. I'm your host, Abdul Hakeem Shabbas, the editor, publisher of any politics at or thank you all very much me with us. We really do appreciate it and we'll talk to you next time on Indiana issues. When was the last time you practice your home? Fire Escape plan? Be sure everyone in your family knows what to do. If there's a fire, Get out!.
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"Find yourself and so, presenting those options. We hear this all the time when people are moving to the state of Indiana, not just businesses, but people. Moved to the state of Indiana. They love that they can live in urban, rural or suburban and get to either of the other two relatively quickly. Kayla Sullivan, Fox 59. Morning, Kayla. Good morning governor for pregnancy accommodations in the workplace. This didn't pass last year, and it didn't go to a study committee like they were hoping, um, How are you going to push for this passage this year, looking at the challenges that face last year, and there's a lot to concentrate on, um does the pandemic. Present a stronger argument for this. Well, we didn't need to study it any further, so I didn't need a study committee. It needs more effect on my on my part, probably a more effective and persuasive. Um Articulation of why what you just asked why this is so important to make sure that everyone has V ability not just to enter into the workforce, but to stay in the workforce. And so the how Will be successful this time. Maybe the second time's a charm on I'm Given a little confidence in the fact that there have been other items that Lieutenant governor I have pushed that haven't been successful the first time, But first you don't succeed. Try try again. And here we are that The importance of this bill during this time, this is true across the board for everyone. And like I said, We want Indiana to be a state of opportunity for all and we'll just all have to spend a lot more time Lieutenant governor will spend a lot more time making sure folks have access to the fax. Making sure this is a benefit. To their workplace. We want to have a stable Skilled up workforce. Part of the hang up is when you're constantly retraining people, and so will continue to make the case that, um, some accommodations that don't get in the way. From legal liability or don't get in the way from a financial consideration are smart, just short term but long term as well. Dylan from truck beat. Good morning, Dylan. Thank you. You said that you'd look you the recommendations from the Teacher Pay commission. Sure, That report called for a dramatic increase in state funding for K 12. Schools Help foot the bill for It's $600 million. It would cost to make the state teacher pay competitive and that that would likely require increased robin you If this seat doesn't act this year, it means it could Away for another two years in Indiana, afford to wait to address its teacher pay prices. Well, we don't want to weigh want to make sure that our teacher compensation is not just competitive, but that we win that we attract teachers from neighboring states that have similar cost of living. Uhm Arrangements as we do here in the state of Indiana, and so we understand the world of which we live in right now. That's why we were so insistent. Very early on that we wanted to make sure in all the other areas that were being cut. We went to every state agency and said, We need you to dialogue back 15%. We asked our higher education institutions to dialogue back 7%. We paused programs that we're passionate about. None of which we wanted to do, because as you point to the revenue wasn't projected to be there, and we're living in a time of a public health emergency that had a Equal impact on our finances. And so we have to, you know, obviously play the hand that were dealt in the time that we live in right now, but it is our desire and our price one of our priorities. Make sure that we are increasing, too. And I want to think the commission and I wanna thank everyone. I mean that individually, every single person that was on that commission that showed up every single time. Put out a wonderful road map. They were very transparent. They exposed a lot of opportunities. Both, you know 13 local in 37. I think ST Opportunities are options to get at this. And so this isn't just the state that needs to be paying attention to all of these suggestions, and by the way they may not be. There may not just be 37 13. There may be more this. That document is gonna help us have a discussion all over the state of Indiana. For sure. For the next four months, understanding what our revenue level is And beyond, and I've always said we said I remember when we set. Um well, it was about this time It was in December and traders point Kramer and we and we unveiled our agenda and we took a very similar question. And I Bank. If you review the tape, I said, This is about a 405 106 $100 million pretty darn close because we had been reviewing this now. Fast forward. We were able to give a Record increase, and so you know, as the forecast Become reality or better, we'll be able to include what we think we can do in our budget submission. Come in January, and then even more importantly, when we get that next forecast in April to see how things have Played out, but this is a top priority for us, and it's reflected in our agenda. Nikki Kelly with the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette. Morning, Nikki. Morning governor you mentioned in the beginning that you need all the tools to navigate out of the pandemic. My question for you is what does your response going to be two efforts to curve your executive authority acquiring, for instance, the Legislature to come in and approve. Emergencies after a couple months rather than the nine or 10 months we've seen.
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"Community Development Authority Agency I oversee put together last March, eh? Study group to kind of come together. Private public partnerships includes the Indiana Bankers Association and again a Realtor's habitat for humanity. The builders to actually look at create a study toe look at housing, not just for sale homes, but rental homes throughout the state of Indiana so that we can determine our supply. And what our needs are and then, of course, be able to address a strategy to be able to solve those needs. One of the things that my housing agency has been focused on is rural housing throughout Indiana, and they're doing a pilot project with HUD to be able to Actually create and rehab rural properties throughout Indiana s Oh yes Rule. Indiana is an area that also Is growing and having opposite good economic opportunities. But has the housing shortage needs also so this study will look at our housing needs our supply. And then how do we go about developing a strategy to address those county by county basis? Thank you. Yeah, And I would just piggyback on that. And just say that this is thistles. Another area. Um, that plays right to our strength as folks Currently redefining the quality of place what it means to them around the country. And when you look at migratory patterns, people talent This served. This is advantage Indiana because we offer Robbins you just asked. We.
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"Indiana manufacturers of poised to keep Indiana the number one state for manufacturing in America governor are long time model has been what Indiana makes Many Indian What Indiana makes makes Indiana Let me modify that just a little bit for today. What Indiana does today will make Indiana's tomorrow So it's very important what we do today. Thank you. Thank you. Brian. Message received and just to underscore and Rachel get right to the Q and a portion and, um Obviously doctor box and Dr Weaver will stay with us. But also Mr Bray and Mr Burton will also be staying with us during the Q and a portion. But Kevin and Brian mentioned two words. That kind of stick out. One was temporary what we do today. This'll isn't a never ending. Exercise. Onto balanced everything that we do. We have to make sure there's a healthy balance in terms of our lives and livelihoods. Rachel. Nikki Kelly with the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette. Good afternoon, Nikki. Definitely in Demeter. I have a couple quick questions. The first is about on the vaccine discussion. Lot of counties are very concerned about how they're going to afford to be able to do these mass fascinations. So I wonder how the state will help them given the federal money can't be used after January, 1. And the second question is I'm a little confused on the 25 50 social gathering limits. It appears that I guess I don't understand the picking and choosing so you can't have 75 people the wedding, But you can have 100 people at a high school football game for basketball game because their parents You can go to a Colts game and have thousands. But you can't have 50 people at a funeral. So can you discuss those things? Please? You have to take the second one. And then Lindsay, take the first vaccine. Take this and then always into all that clean up, But you go first with the second and Lindsay will it to you for the first and all back land. Okay. Sounds great. S o Nikki. Honestly, when we look at this individual personal gatherings like weddings, funerals celebrations, parties are the times when people are most likely to be closer to take off their masks and more likely to get infected. And oftentimes those are an indoor spaces that really don't Um, lend themselves well to the number of people that are there. And that is why for those procedures were going strictly based on whatever the color of your county is. That is the limit on the size. When you look at things like high school football basketball, you look at things like the professional sports teams number one. It's still at the discretion of our local public health officers to decide based on where they're county is What they're comfortable with, but they cannot decide on anything above 25% of what that particular venue would hold. So that's even though that can be a larger number of people in, say, the Pacers arena. There's a lot of entrances coming in and out a lot of bathrooms. A lot of people spread out socially distance and masked. Lindsay. Yes. How so about how to afford pain for the vaccine clinics in order to be able to provide it so the vaccine will be free to all people who receive it. However, places who are giving the vaccine can charge insurance for an administration fee, so that again, there will never be a charge actually to the patients. But insurances can be built for the administration fee to help offset that costs. Additionally, we're looking at ways of how we can support our local health departments and their vaccination plans. We'll continue to monitor and evaluate the situation very carefully because we do not want that to be a barrier to people to be able to help provide this wonderful service to our community. Yeah, And I would just add. I mean, you said everything I would have Dr Box and in terms of, uh um, second question about limits and limitations and You know, we take this week by week day by day week by week, month by month. We don't It's a balance and you don't want to. You want to try to direct your attention? On drawing down numbers where you have the most. Um Effective shot and actually bringing it down, and so You know, way look at things that are outdoors and or indoors and where, through tracing. We see spread occurring and Dr Box just highlighted exactly why we made that decision, And hopefully this will make a difference. And we just understand this comes at a rotten time of the year. Because, you know, we just We just Asked Hoosiers to to celebrate Thanksgiving differently than any other time. In our lives. And we saw a little ticked down in mobility, but I mean 10 or 15%. Not as much as we would have liked, did not make me maybe made a dent in it. Who's to say but Not enough to bend that curve. And now we know we're going into the tail in and holidays where these very events and kids home from school students home from school on beer, just we're just being real. I mean, we're sharing with you the fax And we want you to have a lot more. Thanksgivings and holidays to celebrate, And so that's why right now. Your point, Nicky. It's fair. I mean, we are picking and choosing. We're trying to do that intelligently, and we're letting the data drive those decisions. Steve with KPC Media. Afternoon, Steve Good afternoon. How are you doing today? Doing well yourself. Good. Pretty good home home on a covert quarantine myself doing my part to stop the spread of questions today of your sentence are you serving I am in the within the first week. Still got some time at home with my wife and my son here. So, Yeah. Two questions. The first about vaccines, the other about hospitalizations that we're seeing. On the vaccine front. I'm wondering whether there's any guidance for people who maybe have been infected before you know, naturally from picking up the virus and recovered whether they will be recommended to get a vaccine at some point or if they'll be pushed down a priority list. You know to maybe get it later, since they may have some some immunity going in. On then, on the hospitalization front since the end of November. We've seen total statewide hospitalization numbers ticked down a little bit and kind of, say stable. They haven't No dropped a lot, but at least they're not increasing on a daily basis at the rate that they had been, you know prior to that, so I'm wondering if you're seeing some positives in that measure. Indeed, you want. Take that first vaccine question and I'll follow up with the hospitalizations. Yes, Absolutely. So people who have had Cove in 19 will be recommended to get the vaccine. In the very beginning. Now when we have such it's such a scarce resource and we have a finite number. People who have had Cove in 19 in the last 90 days and have recovered may be asked to delay a little bit to let those people who are wanting those antibodies to help protect themselves to get to the front of line..
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"You, Dr Weaver Again. I recognize that voice on Tao will go to the president of the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce and then on to Brian Burton, the president of the Indiana Manufacturers Association. Kevin um, Europe First You've got members and every community in the state of Indiana and you've you've heard a lot of Quite frankly, inspirational stories, some of which you shared with me about how they've had to make changes and step up their communications like Never before. Can you just share your somewhat unique perspective on where we are 10 months into this now? Certainly thank you, Governor and Dr Box and Dr Weaver. Um we very much appreciate the leadership in the courage. That you've shown through this very difficult pandemic and we support this very necessary on temporary set of orders that you're issuing today. Aziz. We look at the employer community in Indiana. Many of them are recovering and doing okay. Others are still struggling mightily and hanging on by their thumbnails. And to underscore a point that you made earlier. Um overwhelming. People are not getting infected in their place of work. And I can give you an example That three weeks ago I spoke to a member of ours, who said that they had currently had 46 employees who were infected with the Corona virus, and they had documented that not a single one of them. Had contracted the virus inside their factory was from activities outside of the workplace. And that's why for our part for the chamber's part in this effort, we're communicating just employers to strongly encourage them to urge their employees to maintain the same safety protocols that they exercise in the workplace. During their activities around the workplace, and it's the things we've heard over and over again. It's wearing mask. It's social distancing, and it's washing your hands and disinfecting and following those same precautions because we're not going to get our economy. Back to full strength, the full operation in till we cannot. This virus dam in the recent spikes that we've seen in recent weeks are cause for concern and are frankly cause for justifications for the new restrictions that you're imposing today. Thank you, Kevin. Very much, Brian. Or the we're proud to be the number one manufacturing state per capita in the country. Um, manufacturing. Advanced manufacturing has helped us whether storms before and they are indeed this one as well. But as a ZAY mentioned to Kevin, your members have had to make a tremendous Sacrifices and a lot of changes to to keep production up. Can you share your perspective as well? Yes, they have governor and let me thank you for the opportunity to join the briefing today. It's no surprise that the pandemic has significantly impacted manufacturing, which is Indiana's largest industry, employing over half a million Hoosiers. Governor. We appreciate your considered approach to seek to balance public health and also economic activity. I also want to applaud the many manufacturers across this state that have stepped up and change production lines to produce and distribute personal protective equipment and other products for communities in our state..
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"Talk about politics all over the country but were informed by our position in the midwest in so so that's really cool i think to to learn more about indiana history we're finding as were looking at different parts of the country for these state episodes that there are location specific podcast all over the place and so i think that's really neat especially something that statewide and some people all over indiana can learn more about their history and we're we're really trying to look at history at pacific ly indiana history and a in a way that makes people rethink what they bought they knew about indiana history i think a lot of times the midwest and generalists often therio type is being very conservative and while generally true we we've got some tricks heading up our flavor well though where we're trying to highlight some of the some of the stereo type breaking things in our history so why don't we talk a little bit about that stereotype i think that a lot of people assume maybe that indiana is super conservative and his always super conservative forever is that the case either of those things are they true speaking of a right now we are fairly conservative if you look at our government was they government and local governments were fairly conservative with pockets of of progressive areas but historically it's kind of gone back and forth samuel ralph than our twenty eighth governor really good some mation of indiana history he said that indiana overall or politics are conservatively progressive so that kind of wishy washy but but it's a really good way to sum up indiana we're always moving forward but we're not doing those radically we're not always on the radical cutting edge of things but we're definitely always moving forward and there are always those people in indiana who are on the more radical side of things that kind of fits the midwest in general at least the way.
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"Greater lansing stop buyer visit ms shoe fc you that work while real quick for indiana i want to mention a couple of guys for those years juwan morgan led the way the only player for indiana double figures yet 23 all but four those came in the second half had eleven rebounds and for morgan the season that means he is seven double doubles double zinni's been a doubledigits eighteen times the guy the throwing in the game just go ahead every shouted took get blocked by jackson and seemed freddie mix wayne sixteen rebounds in this game unbelievable doubt just a hostile guide played really hard all night long so i asked ross are player the game as mad mcquaid 405 from long range made a critical three the canas seal this game and late in the secondhalf for michigan state jared jackson was in double digits he had 10 points and seven blocks one off his career high with ten points we had josh langford so others you play and scored mas bridges the top scoring the ball club who comes in averaging almost eighteen a game over that in big template only had seven nick ward nine seven points caches wednesday him three tump trump neronha the desperation wind threat 3 i mean that jetted no arc no chance whatsoever but it hit the bag the rim and fell and fell event conner played couple minutes did not score xavier tummy was then denied score two points for kenny goings and three points for gavin showing added up sixty three for us 64 them and.
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"And welcome to our spartan post game show presented by farm bureau insurance michigan's insurance company mac wednesday at sixty three sixty on but with what a game largest lead in this game by michigan's day was eleven that came in the first ever halftime it was thirty two 24 ms you but indiana outscored michigan state by five and the second stands at thirty six thirty one indiana led by three way that was it but man oh man they just as you could not put this team away they played their hearts out then i just look at one number before he pick are player of the game indiana have fifty three rebounds in this game against twenty nine obama issue in michigan state comes into this game in terms of rebound margin not only number one in the big ten number one in the country absolutely amazing job i indiana 25 office of rebounds just incredible that ties a seasonhigh by an opponent and freddie mix wade had 9 of chemistry matters are player of the game vault i'm gonna go with a guy that came off the bench provided a terrific spark was our leading scorer matt mcquaid four or five from the field all of them threes no free throws but 12 huge points and of course played some pretty good defense drew a charge and so mad mcquaid he deserves it hit the big three to really helped seal this game at mcquaid my flare the game yeah that's an easy pick i think so easy pick for mad you know it's interesting he hit a little stretch where he wasn't doing well we're well again and then he comes back again that pence they gave six two major 3s late in the corner and like you said four or five from longrange your three in the first half but the one major one in that second epsm issue kept finding away in some way to get out of his own way yeah a little bit derided matched and i think passing up on some shots here of the last month of not so much lately and hopefully this is a good thing we were seemed like some how mask and fled the rest of the way the season so mamic cuevas our player of the game and service so so before we get all the numbers we're gonna do semaf doboy we at full year expense i.
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"Judge on the seismic wave your comes along one bad this barton said back on the road further rolling regular season match up against iowa tuesday night at eight right here on the spartan sports net word the claims and good fired by again go both ways here blooming there were 758 to go especially safe 53 indiana's got forty six was now for ten seconds for our networks nations to identify themselves from the golden tower of the fisher building this he's the great voice of the great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit well i may she won't have the ball at the base line six seconds on the shark wad now's bridges afoot within you see they cooked up lopez jackson jackson makes a spin mewborn down lanoviy gets proper travel hip himself might actually be a break is indiana picked up their basketball they had a wide open break to the basket but it will be a turnover so 755 michigan state 53 indiana forty six newcomers yours indiana going right to left walking the ball up now josh newkirk the davante greener those years robert johnson so they're pretty delivered right now pass the ball ran out front whether drina office three drives a three i popped out rebound lick ward here comes michigan's they thought say's 53 46 an issue seven twenty five left gashes went to now fraud being guarded by newkirk julianne is doing a great job of pressuring the basketball our farm bureau the city whitson serb line now against the two miles bridges nothing nine on psychotic back to caches 600 shot fraud rippling out fine now to jackson here comes the rabaul no rebound vix wayne nicholls zillion serban ago oh my goodness driver god in psalm al nobody picked up you want more of them were here's scott the ball down it writer a mandate in the mortgage came up limping a little bit or try to get him out of the game political he's got a king one of the ball is michigan's learned jackson as it leading now fifty three forty eight obey the and his misuse winston rebels honorees fouts pass on the way for three wide got it was our big time bucket permission michigan stay big three for langford he was now two or three from a long line and i understand now four lankford sixteen.
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"To spartan stadium michigan state's six in one now as they beat the indiana hujer 17th the nine and improve the four in ole in victim play we talked offense we talk startalk loyalty fits neil joe bochy got the defensive player of the game a thirteen tackles reason he does that is because he has two guys in the middle one one williams of the other the monster mike parachute could he's in the locker room with will team will make you also make a your spartan sports ever get you anywhere just getting all the guys army jason has got them all the important ones in that okay i'll their olive oil okay before we talk about before he talked about the game we were i'ma i've already told him jason we played this clip from the thursday night marked antonio show oh here in our kickoff show in the he he asked a mike to speak polish right and so you gave a line at the show but mark never said what a wise idea what was it what did you say oh no i just said that there was the you know there's a big crowd a niang now is just thinking of common cause you know is just a great name there so headed at santa polish uh guys i sudden dusit group i urged asia eating quiz a listened substantially i got it now the next guidance as bad i am dial dead while might before he talked about the ebb and flow this game we've talked to the coq is a lot about this defense uh you know he had a couple of good games and you wonder wells reduced competition or they're really that good all of those sorted things but as you go through this indiana's a good team they had no touchdowns in this game and if you guys don't play the way you.
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"Us at the indiana coaches were saying on our last drive is score let them score so we can get the ball back because if you do the math six into is a tie game exactly when we did a really notice said if if we had we would have told delegates a you know neil the ball fiveyardline they only had one time outlay for the minute forty the games essentially over so i'll now's smart on their part and like you said it makes it a one possession game even if we score are sound so i'll any just grayton great planning by them but i'm glad our defense was able to step up and supplements and now is all good one forty nine to go lj scott rambles for eighteen and a touchdown on that capped off a sixty four seven play dr animated seventy nine but the point after and that's a final score so jason little crazy are els real crazy and i was gonna ask a question about that you'll would appear to be a a a lead the defense let you score on that play when you look at the effort on the replay but you didn't notice that you said bryant now i hadn't coats salem actually came up to me and said they just let us go right there he said the corner that was on that side just random he ran back uh got tried to try and get himself blocked the china opened up a whole and i mean is like i said it was very smart on their part well what do you say about this team you guys his keep finding a way refined oil wins not pretty i think i've i've resme articles about us saying they might scare some people but um i think our team has a team is a deep enough and we're getting experience to be able to win these in all lake games and if anything on i'm very proud of everyone where he should be by way congratulations on going to aboagye aimed thank you 61 pretty good though four no you're gonna wake up in the morning at first place in this east division and you can't do better than that they're working congratulate you thank you very much never.
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"Polish offense were hit clearly the crime four tale granted randall being held kill bochy made the tackle wave reset pay ramsey admitted shaken up lack of play yeah he went down awkwardly on their tackle by joe but you on the sideline or you know joe bharti arrives he arrives repentance this will be the ninth point for indiana found the way aligned driver fielded by coating white at the thirty five runs to his left these knocked down at the thirty seven yard line jacco made by tony fields though the spartans have the ball with five all four left they have a one point lead michigan state tan indiana nine you're looking at the time out situation both teams have all three timeout left hey i really like the less offense of sequence there from michigan state that dr hateley mixed it up brian yorkey look so much more comfortable to on the drive throwing all we did gummy was on target mike is calm down thicken a while here but better late than never the load up while the offensive line strait i behind low worke tale back is lj scott lj runs to his right and is banned by the hoosier z picks up a couple maybe want only thought to the thirty eight beckett down in the neighborhood of at grave scales and chris coming to make the stop which could say look what they want to go with a four min offense try to grind some clock down you have the lead michael mcguinness on for the injured damien willis it linebacker for indiana second an eight spartans at their thirty eight we're working under center lucas offsets the out of the right in front of lj play fake to lj lowerkey runs do was right dives really only gets back to the line of scrimmage however that is the 38 so now as chased dutra makes the tackle its third down an eight four the sparked was at their thirty eight this could state four fifteen on third convergence to a good time to convert here george out of the huddle they com felt davis and hunter rising set to the right cody white set left lj to the.
"indiana" Discussed on WJR 760
"Davian will as it is hands on his knees the indiana sidelined able to walk back toward their bench to nicholas plays do for you those trick place will they work it nights the sideline and both support we got the crowd this crowd what a play by the smart is double reverse cody why flip slipped back to felton davis a sixteen yard pickup with blockers in front of them damien willis had to go through an awful lot of contact to get to felt davis and he was heard on the play here comes the spartans the balls that the thirteen yard line of indiana six at fifty five to play plenty of time left no lead at all right now two extra offensive lineman in the game anna tied in the fullback lucas and of course the running back lj lj steps up with a high step down close to the chant as he takes the handoff tigray scales makes the tackle second down in seven short shorter the ten all midway between the eleven and the 10yard line six twenty two to play indiana with a nine two three lead second in seven for the sport davis and rising set left cody white to the right the work he has lj to his right felt fiat drug snap oneonone he's got work he throws love site for felt the job as fuck out so talks now by assu great connection there flo work hey the big felton davis a 10yard score and the spartans have tied it up with five at fifty neither goal of the game great route carbonation called like they're felt davis lined up in split out left on a rise in on the flight you're on the inside they look like the gun to a crossing row special rubbed route but in this russell a quarter in the defense of secondary merely was confused george he's all by itself for the insult for six worse grabble the day for the spartans leading receiver dalton davis see for targeted three times once was a drop once was a passenger fearance the other one was a touchdown.
"indiana" Discussed on WJR 760
"Steward and rising set left worke take chloride gas snapped throws it incomplete intended for rise of coverage jonathan crawford of the thirty yard line of indiana will runpass option right there brian the work he's reading that slight route by hunter rise and see if it's open if it's not the needs both to hand the ball off to beltway scott met series spartans were the third and free at the 35yardline of indiana working in a shot gut rose was right throws that way it complete matt zilko tried to dive ford at the thirty it's fourth down the wins in your face and the balls at the thirty five yard line of indiana four three late in the third to attend to play in the third indiana leads at six to three there are good rhody white that left you're to the right to tidy an elevated the left of low working round the work you over the metal it it could play over the head of cody white at two thirty yard line that was pretty much uncatchable you can see a swift work looks decent but today for so long balls ill uncontrolled brown work indiana will take over indiana has the lead six two three with two oh six to play in the third quarter.