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"kate warner" Discussed on Bitches on Comics
"We're a podcast that is all about making comic books more accessible to lgbtq folks and women so if you have a question about anything related to comics comic adaptations of -tations pop culture in general conventions cost play. You name it. that's what we're here for. You can send us your questions. At bitches on comics at g. dot com. Unfortunately jima does not like the word bitch. They're pretty judgy about it so we can't have it spelled out. It is be dot t. c. h. e. s. o. n. c. o. m. i c. s. at gmail dot com and yet remember. There's no i'm bitch. If you'd like to support the podcast you can do so by rating and reviewing us on itunes spotify stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. I'm sarah century and you can find me at. www dot serious injury dot com and twitter and instagram. still sarah century on those. I'm sec nor you can learn more about me. Se flee dot com. You can find me on twitter and instagram at at. Sei core floor. Which is on comics as recorded by kate warner who plays in the band church fire you can find them at church. Fire music dot com. Our music is recorded by katie. Taylor who plays as earth control pill you can find her music at birth control pill dot band camp dot com which is comics recorded in denver. Colorado want to recognize the indigenous peoples who had inhabited and do inhabit this land europa nation the nation a cheyenne nation and others. Who have been erased from our history. And collective memories through colonization.
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"kate warner" Discussed on Bitches on Comics
"Welcome to your office on Comics. My name is Sarah Century. You might know me as being the host of this podcast. And also we have another host safely how long you might know me as being the other host. And today we're so pumped. We have a special guest who is an integral part of this podcast that you don't always get to hear on the air. But like literally there'd be no podcast without her take a happy to be here Kate Warner. Tell us about yourself. Oh, hi, I am an electronic musician in Denver have a solo project called Mirror fairs and abandoned said I'm in called church fire. I like to Tinker with electronic circuits and I like to plug things hub. Things you want to do more of it, right? Yeah. So I'm in the process of learning all sorts of things like the embedding audio from an HDMI signal and crash machines. I don't know. It's all a bunch of nerdy bulshit. But yeah, you know how to get a new job when the entertainment industry kind of fell apart after covered. So trying to do the thing off which is like wild I have a brother-in-law who is a musician and it's just like by career. We'll see what happens next. Yeah, but so also can't you edit our podcast boss is not the only podcast you are in the works of editing. I don't know how to talk about a project that's not announced yet. There's a project was not announced yet, but he'll also but you're looking for additional package that didn't work. So if people wanted to be in touch or follow you or learn more, what would they what would they do? Yeah. Well if anyone was interested in talking to me about audio editing their podcast birth I believe in original music content or casual sort of consultation work about microphones or had to do remote Zoom recordings or getting high quality of life things from guess with non Pro setups, which is basically all of us. You could hit me up at sound b s for you at gmail.com like sound bullshit for you at gmail.com.
"kate warner" Discussed on Bitches on Comics
"Welcome to you bitches on comics my name is Sarah Century. You might know me as being the host of this podcast and also we have another host. Or? You might know me as being the other. Today we're so pumped. We have a special guest who is an integral part of this podcast that you don't always get to here on the air, but literally, there'd be no podcast without her AK. A A.. B. Here Kate Warner, tell us about yourself. Oh Hi I am an electronic musician in Denver. I have a solo project called Mirror Affairs Independent. Cold Church fire I like to tinker with electronic circuits and I like to plug things into things. You WanNa do more of it, right? Yes. I'm in the process of learning all sorts of things like D. embedding audio from HD signal and. Restaurent machines it's all a bunch of nerdy bullshit. But yeah, you know had to get a new job when the entertainment industry kind of fell apart after covid. So trying to do the thing yeah, which is like wild I have a brother-in-law who's a musician and it's just like by career we'll see what happens next. Yeah. But so also kate you edit our podcast. Ours is not the only podcast you are in the works of editing I don't know how to talk about a project that's not announced. Project was not announced at the also other. But you're looking for additional podcast editing work. So if people wanted to be in touch your follow you or learn more, what would they what they do? Yeah. Well, if anyone was interested in talking to me about audio editing their podcast or pus believe in original music content.
"kate warner" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"All like the block, Kenny Bell, Rando money, Ill. Those guys love blocking man, so they do a good job down feeling. He broke that pocket. They had their guys blocked his Travis foot, collect with a nice block, first and goal. Nebraska from The eight yard line. Was a 39 yard run high formation here. Mills is the tailback. He will take the handoff running left side inside the five and he falls forward for a couple of extra yards, maybe to the three Warner. Get involved in the tackle second goal. Don't be sore tonight. Be sore. He's good job 64 tackles a year ago. Second on this team, he might get that many. In the first couple of weeks of the season Mills to the left of Martinez out of the gun. And a hand off to Mills tries to cut back at the three and then he just got wrapped up pard Rick Smith, one of those that try to bend Mills backwards, Tough. Borland, the middle linebacker, combined on a technical for no gain on a physical plane there they had that slipped out. I tried to get wide on them after a run of the mill a couple times. Ohio State defense was up to challenge the line down third and goal from the four. Martinez has two receivers to the mound. Robinson comes in motion stops It returns, Martinez looks to throw fires in the zone and it was incomplete. Wide open was Kate Warner. And the Huskers could not execute. That's an understatement. Saying wide open he was in a parking lot by himself. Just missed right through his fingertips. Warner was trying to jump reach back a little bit to his life. One around No. One. It's fourth and goal. He kind of try 22 yard field goal from the far half playing snap and hold the kick from the El issue. Transfer is going By the way, our announcer he myself were spotted. Everybody called them on Dale Roberts. Every time someone catches the runs, it makes the tackle. He's got the wrong guy. But trust me, that was Kate Warner, who couldn't make the catch and we've got a time out on the field. 38 17, Ohio State leads Nebraska will be back to the horseshoe. In a moment you're listening to the college football game of the week on the touchdown radio network. I'm pretty sure New House might be haunted. Well, things you say that the furniture is levitating on the ghost. Welcome. Yeah, that's best bookie..
"kate warner" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"You know I root for you and I root for your family and your awesome family. You're awesome. Wife you're awesome kids I am a huge Kate Warner Fan at. This weekend Saturday. I'm all about the mustache kid the walk on who's got the seon his chest. Now I am so proud of him and I cannot route harder for Kate Warner on Saturday. I appreciate it us. He's amazing young man and pretty cool to see you know from walk onto captain as you said. It'd be out there starting in the horseshoe It's the best draw the first game of the year you gotTa, you gotta be everybody and I'll be in my hotel room in la cheering him on not gonNA be able to go to this one but be cheering on and so it's GonNa be fun theme out there. You know hopefully they can do. Some damage and help your wolves a little bit. I will be on the same zoom as you rooting just as hard for your son but probably a little less since he's not my son I'm sure you'll be through the roof I'm very excited for you, and again that see on his chest means so much I'm sure him and Youtube congratulations on that. Appreciate it take yourself. Kurt thanks for the call. Kurt Warner. Kate Warner. Walk on. He's got the C. on his chest in the horseshoe tomorrow baby so That is it's a couple of things that he said that I wanNA. I WanNa hit on about what it was like back in two thousand four and that decision that conflict made that they how about that Kurtz? Like, Hey, you got to go out there and say it's still allies team. Imagine that's the. Imagine right. We'll take a break eight, four, four, zero, four, rich number to dial. We're back you're on the rich Eisen show your phone calls at eight, four, four, two, four, Rich Commissioner Rob Manfred. Become. Old Spice now has below deck a new line of products for your well.
"kate warner" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I'm very excited about them starting quarterback for the first time that. Jim. Actually took out a high school. He's been using everybody else's quarterbacks and including shape Patterson I'm very excited about Joe Milton I'm very excited about somebody who might be a pamphlet shy of six six to forty I'm very excited to see what what Joe Milton looks like in maize and blue quite frankly Albert Yep I. Yeah. Have to be here. Good things about him. I've heard good things about Justin field. So I think we all have. Yes. I'll tell you what like all kidding aside yes. I'm really happy for the players I, mean I really. I. Mean. You know like one thing that I was sort of thinking about over the summer a lot like and I've got kids and you sports and they're a million miles away from ever being there. But you know you think like kind of like watching your kids like it made me think like like. The, the. How hard it is to get to that level, right? How much commitment it takes to get to that level and how short the time period those kids have to play at that level and how much they put into it when they were four or five years old I'm just really happy for the players and that's for all all the teams in the big ten in the pack twelve but they were able to figure this out because. I think we should have been focused on all along. You know like that those those kids who put so much into it like I'm just happy that it said that the people involved did everything they could to create a safe environment. So those kids could play again because the amount of effort forget the kids who are going to the NFL those kids that'd be fine. But the kids who play five years. At those schools and put so much into it in earn scholarships and be sort window to play, and once they're done, that's it like I'm just I'm really really happy that those kids like your seniors involved these programs get a chance to go out there and play one and one one particular kid I'll be rooting for heavily This weekend is A walk on captain at Nebraska named Kate Warner. Kurt Son. Bat. GotTa see on his chest captain B.'s Alcyone his. Why you just made my day let's Talk. About what current about him when he was high school he half now album battersea on his chest and I'll be rooting for him Saturday at noon Eastern. Yeah. Thanks for the call you take care of yourself. Okay. Thanks for A. Great Alva- prayer here on the rich Eisen show. Did Albert just say to me on to make a green hat that says, make the jets great again, just to remind everybody about football. So what he basically just said to me that I just hear that. Make up a green baseball CAP. Make the jets great again. Was Am Jaga. What it is. A. Just, Trevor Lawrence to wake up tomorrow and have Trevor Large at Green. And phone calls we come back. Now there are more ways to be a team with Microsoft teams.
"kate warner" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"And then we use this to try to project into the past now. When we apply this sort of program to fresh fees, it's actually has extremely high accuracy, and we can segregate very well the problem. Problem really comes when you're applying this the Paleo feces, because we face all of the challenges of archaeological material, the DNA is damaged it sure it contains airs due to the degradation process, and has some soil bacteria mixed in that have come in from the environment, and so what we try to do with this approach is take all of those factors into account and make an assessment on the likely origin. Well now that you know that so many of the feces you were working on came from dogs, and not humans What can you still learn from that? I think one thing that's quite exciting. As we now potentially have new source of genomic information for dogs, fortunately, though a lot of the Paleo feces we are looking at is human, and so we're carrying forward with the research we started with, but now we can be much more confident that when we are reconstructing the history of the human, Gut microbiome we truly are focusing on humans. I'm just trying to imagine the excitement in an archaeological dig when somebody says hey I found deterred. You know, archaeologists are a strange breed, and we tend to get very excited about these sorts of things, so I know that for the average person, it might seem a little bit strange, but latrines and trash pits are some of the most interesting things that in archaeologists connects kate. Warner thank you very much for your time. Thank you so much. Dr Christina Warriner is an assistant professor of anthropology at Harvard University and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History..
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"kate warner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"So all people Bill Moore who's a comedian. And most of his friends at comedians, as well as a commentator said this yesterday, another network, and I wholeheartedly agree and possibly comedians have been hurt by this culture that we're in right now more than anybody else. Cut thirty eight a lot of this far left political correctness is a cancer on progressivism. I think when you when you talk to, to Trump supporters, they're not blind to his myriad flaws, but. One thing they always say is he's not politically correct. I don't think you can underestimate overestimate how much people have been choking on political correctness and hate it. The vast majority of liberals in this country hate it. They think political correctness has gone way too far no-one likes to be living on eggshells. So if we agree to that, and I'm being presumptuous, if we agree that political correctness is is so bad. How do we get out of it? Well, I think, you know, part of the way that it starts is people decline. I think, really good example. Ralph north in Virginia. Yep. so here's ralph northern virginia where it is assumed that at the first that because there was a picture of clansmen and a guy in black face in his on the on his page and his medical school yearbook he was done and every said he's got to resign he's got to go and he declined and said i won't and outrage machine churn for a while longer and it was there but as time went by pretty soon and then pretty soon people took a survey in virginia and even among african american voters in virginia people said now it's like as the great philosopher whitney houston said it's not right but it's okay and that was thirty five years ago and moving on and i think north lesson for a lot of people in public life in politics there are two things that people do that deserve the total a program to be exiled to be shunned to be made a pariah that is appropriate for some things that's how you preserve civilization but we ended up we're sort of now in the position On this stuff where France was after the revolution. Right. The, the no, no, no, no. I'm serious. The tyranny of the mob, is so great. And every. Smart societies. Smart, people smart cultures, are able to understand that things are different. Right. It's different for Joe Biden to smell somebody's hair than it is for someone to commit a sexual assault. These are different things, and being able to determine the difference between things is the Mark of a sophisticated and advanced culture and we're getting less sophisticated and less advanced because we are. We are allowing, we've become moral imbeciles, because we are allowing the mob to rule, Brian Kilmeade, weekdays six AM to nine AM on one zero one point five, FM, seven twenty AM K D, w win the talk of Las Vegas. One o one five seven twenty eight K, Don, not talk of Las Vegas. Yeah. Talking a little big ten football one, little John cougar Mellencamp in their Johnny staying with the theme there. We're on the western half of the big ten just talked about the Minnesota golden gophers. And now what the two guys that are here with me are both looking forward to Nebraska, Scott frost and his second year Danny Burke. That's his alma Mata and mega lock. Sounds like he's got a little interest. There in Nebraska, Chris. Is that a place that you've you've you've gone to or that's a team that you support? Tell you the truth. Yeah, I mean well, first of all, on my main Miami hurricanes fan. So obviously, they've had some battles when I was growing up my Nebraska and Miami were pretty prominent teams back in the day. But I got the opportunity to go to the college World Series last year. Nebraska absolutely loved it. And so, I want, I've got a tour of Nebraska football civilities caught a bunch of baseball games. And I just thought I had a great time somebody going back. And I made sure I brought home some deer. So I got some Creighton gear and some Nebraska stuff. So there you go. I wanna go bad. We gotta go. I think we should both go back with Danny when he goes to a game. So we can just go right down there on the field. But something about watching the reds departing of the Red Sea there. Man. I mean it's unbelievable. There's two fan bases that we're read that are just like that. The Saint Louis cardinals who Danny hates because he's a cubs fan. But the boys from Lincoln, I mean, even when Nebraska's down, it's still the only game in town and those fans are loyal and they are excited now because one of their own that won national titles. Scott frost. Back left a central Florida job, where he had a great returning class coming back. But he handed off the baton to Josh hypol- and moved on Adrian Martinez comes off dynamic season. Seventeen touchdowns eight interceptions. He rushed for eight more got four and a half yards a carry in that includes a sack yardage. So pretty good problems in the backfield, though, with MAURICE Washington Dietrich mills could be the heir apparent now the offense of line, they bring both good tackles back and camp Juergens, who was recruited as tight end. Looks like he's going to start at center. They said this guy looks like he's played centers whole life. JD Spielman, did not go to the NFL draft. That is good news for the receiving core Kate Warner, if he could stay healthy. This guy's got a big upside tight end Jack stall, very solid. They were minus three in the sack department on the defensive side of the ball guy got been still who had five sacks then Carlos Khalil Davis pretty good guys on the defensive line coming back as well. Linebacker Mohammed Barrie had one hundred and twelve tackles to lead that defense and then Jackson and Bootle, too. Solid corners. Minus tuna turnover department Danny, this is your alma mater. Tell me about Nebraska. All right. So obviously, I'm riding high that I on the team. I think I made that pretty evident so far four eight last year. But let's keep in mind. Scott frost what happened in a second year at UCF obviously, that's not gonna happen. Let's be realistic for the second thoughts, but they do have the potential, they have a great upside the season, they can only go up like you said, too big names. They lost Stanley Morgan junior just an outstanding receiver and Divino Viggo a guy who just battled his way up and down all four years. And finally got his chance to shine last year over a thousand yards rushing, just an absolute stud. So like you said, in the backfield, there's been some issues, marines Washington. He's, he's gotten into some trouble with TV video with a certain girl, and you can look up the story and go into later but then while he's already on probation. I just mentioned to you. He got caught with Weeden Lincoln, too, so in Lincoln. Right. So he's a California guy probably gets a ticket if he's in Kellyanne. Back in the day. If your football player, you know, look to the side, but, you know, social media people being able to find out more easily. They take it more seriously frost is one of those guys that's like look is football season. You know, if you're if you're a member of this team because I'm here to turn this out at my alma mater around. Look, you know, I don't have time for it, man. If you're gonna do it after the season or whatever after you leave your that's one thing, but on my watch. If you wanna play for the huskers, now we're tired of the black skirts stuff. We want to go back to the black shirts defense back where needs to be, so that's the big question everyone's waiting for to what's going to happen with, where's, where's Scott frost gonna set the tolerance bar. So we'll see with that, and then we'll deal Robertson, the highly touted recruits, switch from Kentucky tuna Brassica. He's, he's kind compared to a Rondell more as type player. He got caught with weed as well too. So we'll see if he'll be suspended probably for a couple of games those first non conference games. But yeah, the wide receiving corps, JD spill just an absolute stud. He gets compared to tyreek hill lot. He has that kind of speed and Jill. and then tied in jackson's only the really big name right now we'll see if he'll be implemented big time in the offense offense of line you know they have some decent dudes returning they lost farmer and conrad who were big stars for that offensive line but like you said they're gonna try to move some guys round we'll really see what they can do that's going to be a big question because they were very inconsistent but when they were good man they were on and that's why does ego was really able to shine on the defensive side the big question is what's going to happen in the secondary lamar jackson he was a highly touted recruit as well has not lived up to the hype he's got a chip on his shoulder we had him on the show back link when i was there he says he's just completely set on the n._f._l. that is completely one hundred percent where he is headed that's what he has in his mind so he has a lot to prove this here to capitol brutal budel also being one of those d._b.'s and you mentioned out bury the dudes in absolute animal i mean i can't remember what team he was for big ten or even if he made it by no he was overlooked first team big ten mark my words on that one joe dome another guy who's a backer who showed up late last year that offensive line they got there Daniels transferring from Oklahoma state to complete with his brother Damian, damsels Daniels, excuse me, then the Davis brothers, like you mentioned out and Ben is tough dude as well. So I think the schedule they do have some tough games the big ones, obviously, Ohio State coming at home. I think like I said earlier, though one hundred percent cover that one. We'll see what happens up to that game if I'm confident and taking them on the money line, as well northwestern, they always play northwestern close no matter who's coaching. Who's on the team? I have so much respect for Pat FitzGerald. He just always has tough team. And they always battle against each other. And like I said, I'm pretty high Minnesota that might be EFI game as well and produced, I think we'll be tough contest as well, Wisconsin. Not that high in Wisconsin. We'll get to that. So that's why see I probably envisioned Brassica going nine in three is my prediction. I could see this team if they beat Ohio State at home mega locks. I could see this team having a chance. I know. It's crazy. But I could see them having a chance to run the table. There's not a game outside of the Ohio State game that I see them definitely losing. I mean, I think. The game apper do. Yeah. That's going to be tough. 'cause Brahms offense going to be wide open and. two years ago with tanner leeann quarterback as well but this is this a different team and cindy lars pretty good and rondell more forget there's nobody in his class i don't think in the big ten this year oh has state does not paris campbell we'll get to them and just a little bit admin going to be tough app produce going to be tough don't overlook at illinois again that's the thing with nebraska they cannot overlook anybody but you go south alabama then you're you're at home against alabama then you you go to colorado so you know new coaching staff there you should be able to.
"kate warner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Hits comeback, man. We were having a great conversation. All right. Welcome back. We coming in for our last segment, we are live in southern California. I've got a guy who's got amazing story. He's a quarterback with the Carolina Panthers. He passed for two hundred twenty eight yards and two touchdowns. He rushed for another TD in his first career start week seventeen. He threw for more than eight thousand yards and eighty six touchdowns in high school. He was drafted out of the university of Houston last year present mentioned and amazing story. He joins me in studio. Kyle Allen is my guest. Kyle really good to see how you doing. I'm doing great. Appreciate having good to have you on as I mentioned you had an amazing journey which I to get into. But first off what's going on in the off season? How's the treating you dude? It's been great. I mean the first season as a rookie. So is the first time where I have three months to just hang out and focus on myself. So we hung out in Arizona for a little while just moved out here a couple of weeks ago on just been training. All right. So when you talk about Arizona, it's back a little bit as I mentioned the top you had an insane career at desert mountain high school in Scottsdale a career that included throwing passes to. Kate Warner the son of Kurt Warner spent some time around Kurt. So as one quarterback talking to another. What was that? Like where did you pick up from him? It's funny. I actually never played with Kate. He was the year after me curt was always around. So Kurt new Cain was gonna come. When he was a freshman so Kirkwood always spend time with me in our offense coordinator. And when you spend time with curtains house he'll come in. And you'll sit down for four hours straight, and he'll just talk football won't shut up. And I mean, it's it's incredible. I mean, he's got a great football mine. And he's like I compare them to do rivers who is just so passionate about the game that they just want to give back. It's incredible Kurt. I mean, I've known him since when he first came up in the NFL, and I've had conversations with him. You're right. But the guys like he's mazing just to talk to you. When you talk AM, he's obviously. Plus, he's such an amazing guy. He's not talking down you either. So talk football quarterback the quarterback, what kind of things did you talk about? It's peer to peer, man. We're talking scheme. We're talking to mechanics footwork. It's everything. And he he's just wants to give back. He's on so much. He grinded it out from planet. NFL euro bagging groceries to be an NFL MVP, and he just wants to give back, and he sees it in his kids. He sees it as the kids at the high school to Kyle and joins me in studio. And when I mentioned your journey, your regarded as the. The number one quarterback in the country. So you go to Texas am and the plan was you're going to battle for the starting job after Johnny Manziel left at that point in your career. What was life like life was insane, man? I mean, I came from Arizona high school football where it wasn't big. We had two thousand people at our games tops. And you come to an end where they have one hundred and ten thousand people at every single game insane right insane. So it was an adjustment period, especially the first season. And you know, I just came in. And I just wanted to grind it out. And I had graduated high school, or at least while I was there in January, and my main focus was I want to grind it out. I want to win the starting job when games for the somehow makes the NFL. All right. So you get the starting job in two thousand fourteen you beat out Cuyler Murray for the starting job in two thousand fifteen the team gets off to a five star. And then after a couple of top losses, Alabama and ole miss you get benched now at that time, you're young, but you're playing we're having a lot of success. You only know success. What was that experience? Like exactly like, you said, you only know success especially coming from high school, and then winning those first five games. And so I think that taught me a lot about adversity and how. How you're gonna react to it. And how you handle it. And and I think that your failures are your biggest successes because you're going to learn from them or you're not. And so I think that was a good time for me, especially in those two games and finishing out that season. Just how I'm gonna handle adversity going through in the future at home. I have this helped me for hopefully, my NFL future career instead of break. You Carolina Panthers quarterback Cowan and joins me in studio. So then you make the decision to transfer to Houston and then after last season you declare for the NFL draft. Now you had a year of eligibility left. This is a big move. Right. It's a bold move because you're betting on yourself. And you know, there's a risk that you might go undrafted. What went into that decision? And how to feel to take that step? There was a lot that winter the decision. It's like you said I came into decision knowing that I might go in traffic. But for me, the situation, I Houston was I played three games. We went to in one in the coach cited different way. And so I'm sitting here thinking to myself, I really think that I can help an NFL team this next upcoming year. I feel like I can come in. I can produce I can help guys off the field. I can guys in the meeting room. And I really just like you said, I wonder if that on myself in my talent and my mental abilities. And so really when it came down to it. It was just not many people belief in me, but I believe in myself, and my family, I believe me. So I said screw. Yeah. I mean, it's not it's not always easy to believe in yourself. When others are not believing in you said, it not a lot of people believe in you. How did you maintain a steadfast belief in yourself and others around? You are not telling you like man's might not be the best idea. This is faith, faith and confidence in yourself. And so that's always been a trademark of who. I am. And I wanted to keep that going, and I just knew when I was making that decision in December January whatever it was that I have faith myself confidence myself, so why not see South Carolina's a free agent as you were saying at the time you bet on yourself. You wanted that chance they wave you. And then you sign onto the practice squad. What was it like to be on the practice squad, dude? So they wave me after so I played in the preseason. And I played the second half of the last game those only website on the preseason. So they waved me inside me the practice squad week one. So I buy a car. I'm like cool. I'm gonna buy carbolic a used Ford escape I had a lease on an apartment five days later that cut me, well, send me back home. So I drove thirty hours bacteria Zona sat there for seven weeks. Re-sign me to practice. This squad week eight or nine I think, and then I mean, I just wanted to grab my whole goal. There was like I said I wanted to make an impact on the team. No matter. How are they're always on the fueled or the meeting rooms in practice, whatever. And so when I got back there that was my main goal. I just wanted to make an impact somehow we're talking to Kyle Allen he joins me in studio. So Cam Newton was battling a shoulder injury. When I talked to Christian McCaffrey Super Bowl, he was talking about the pain the cameras in and how tough Cam was what did you make the way he held a situation. If you were there every day and saw how Cam attacked has rehab. You saw how he came to every meeting. I mean, he was there from five AM to ten PM every night. I mean, he was attacking it. And like literally five AM to ten PM, you know, he would go up to five and do a spin class and get his cardio in. And then he'd be up there in meeting for ten PM. I mean, I've never been around to do those that dedicated. And so when people see his game on Sundays. It didn't reflect the way he was working throughout the week. And so I just really felt for man. I try to do everything I could to help them get ready for Sundays. And and I hope hopefully, the surgery is going to help him over he's gonna come back this year because. I really think he's an underrated player in this league. Even want MVP a couple of years ago. I think he gets disrespected more than you should be respected. And so hopefully comes back this year, and it's going to be even better. All right. So the decisions made that he's documenting the last two games. Taylor heineke starts week sixteen. He gets banged around a little bit. You make your NFL debut in that game. So never mind. I'm just here to help your in the NFL now playing what do you remember about entering that game for the first time in the NFL? Oh, I remember that they're gonna put they didn't put him on our. But they've bench bench them. They sat him because of his shoulder. And so I remember that money be like, oh, I for my first NFL game pass on. That's what's up then second corner. What's up Taylor goes down and everything's going through my mind. But now you're on the field. That's exactly. But the the thing that comes back to me is just football to play within the play. Do what you gotta do make your res and get the ball quick. And that's all I thought. So just try to do whatever it could help him win. All right. So then for week seventeen year name the starter. So do you literally were on a couch a few weeks earlier waiting for a team to call you? And now, you're. Starting in the NFL as a rookie. I know the competences there. But were you nervous were excited? What was the mindset? There's no doubt. I mean there was nerves throughout the week for sure Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday during practice and everything. But when it came time to gain time on Sunday. I just kind of go back to who. I am as a person who I am as a player. It's about confidence about playing within the system not doing your job. I mean, I don't have to make all the place. It's eleven people in that often. So I just want to go out there and execute take a one at a time. And I really wanted to get a win for the team after that seven games. We went on our, however, many it was I know eleven guys on the side. And you don't have to do it all by yourself. But you gotta know the offense. All right. So we're on the practice squad. You've learned everybody else's offense. How did you learn this offense introduced to everybody else's offense? That's what it's about. You gotta take those mental reps every single day. So when I'm playing drew Brees on plan..
"kate warner" Discussed on WGN Radio
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And they all said they don't look team as Owen five EMMY talking to the staff to they said, they got some athletes they got speed. They just haven't put it together new program. They're trying to find their way with a new coaching staff. They're trying to change their cultural little bit. I mean Nebraska will be back in the future. But they're they're finding their their lives off trying to come up with a with a win this season. So far they've been over over five. They're looking for one here and it took to the cats can get their offense going. All right. I attend Nebraska there. Oh, nine yard up. The backfield is those zippo motions out. The snap will go to Martinez at the three yard line. Looks to throw. Here comes the pressure. Expect the end zone now he's running out of room and L throw it out about she'd completely threw it away. Jordan Thompson applying the pressure on the quarterback Martinez. Second down town upcoming Martinez. Four hundred forty one yards of total offense last week three hundred eighty four passing. Those are both Nebraska freshman records second down and ten for the Cornhuskers for their own nine yard line. This time o- zippo takes it to the right side and swertz through across the fifteen across the twenty eight. He's got a first down brought down at the secondary by JR pace. And it's a first down on a gain of twelve for Divino Zygmunt who had one hundred seventy yards against Purdue two games ago Kerry twenty four times in that game only five times against Wisconsin last week. I down from the twenty one Martinez throwing right sideline. Morgan. The catch tries to change direction and covered up right away. Just inside the boundary or the far side check that that was Kate Warner who made the catch Trey Williams on the stop water redshirt freshman. Catchword in a good situation there with the ball starting in the nine yard line. But then that big run got him out of trouble, Nebraska. Now, get some breathing room. All the way out past the twenty five and we have seen them do this much tabby. Normally they get teams. Get a bye they keep their. This time on second Albertina takes it himself across the thirty across the thirty five at all the way out to the forty yard line goes Hadrian Martinez track gal by Jared McGee. The secondary the middle wide open for Martinez. Dave analysis on site zone read right there. You know, why he's the second leading rusher on this the brass Cotin. He's averaging. Almost five yards. A carry. He picked up at least fifteen on that one. I down brass their own forty day lead seven nothing bobbled snap. Martinez catches. He's deep down the middle of the field. Too far. He was fortunate. Hang onto the ball Borge the intended receiver right down the middle on a deep post. Art had the coverage heavily seventy down and ten yards to go. He went further even for the home run shot. Right. There was one on one coverage. Good coverage bombs on the front. You mentioned how each he could handle the snap. He was trying to do a little play action got caught up in the mesh there. But he did a good job of juggling. The boy had enough time to give down the field on top of Jaren. Ward yard JC transfers out to the right Jose, motions that way, Martinez takes it laughed at Martinez. A flag is down in the shoved out of bounds by Jared McGee. The forty yard line. There's a penalty marker down. It's going to help the cats. That's gotta be holding there on the point of attack on the left side of that Nebraska offensive line. Here comes the call from. Larry Smith or referee. We'll get it here momentarily coach he's taking office number sixty seven. Tenure replay second. Yes. So to the officials were over on the east side line with coach fits he. He wanted to know what the down and distance was going to be as he can accept it or not he did take the penalty, which puts them behind the chain sped ten penalties for one hundred yards last week against the badgers second down at twenty at their own thirty. So that does help Arteta's will motion mosaic or the backfield. Instead they flipped to spiel that running left. Ed Spielman is going to be tracked down at grown down by Gallagher at the thirty three yard line along with psalm Duke Miller who got over there. They seal that off. It'll be third down and long a gate of only three of the played third down a seventeen at the thirty three yard line after hustling personnel onto the field. The brass what's to go quickly. They had some ocean on the left side. No flag at here's the quarterback. Martinez. Dumping it off short right passes clock. Back to the original line is Grimmett goes. Oh sick. Bo knocked out by Trey Williams, fourth-down Nebraska. Check. Forty four. The down indicator. How we have a flag down. That's what it was a blackout of the secondary. Hold everything here. There's no foul for legal substantial defense, delta filled. Four foul. It's it's almost like in hockey. We have too many men on the ice. That's the way. They're the cats were changing lines. Yeah. They're trying to get the proper personnel there on third down, but he'd passionate about penalties. And that's what's really killed the Preska this year data. They're averaging ninety seven yards a game in Hanley yardage that really can kill a team. All right Armstrong depart from his own thirty yard line with Riley lease deep at eight booming spiral and a sliding fair cash made by Riley lease at the nineteen yard line. The caps takeover trailing seven nothing. Ten forty four to go. First half at Evanston..
"kate warner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Many. This is Xtra sports thirteen hundred. Never been around the guy that was more dominant his position than Orlando pace. I remember one time where there was an interception thrown to champ Bailey in the end zone, and I watched Orlando pace chase down chant Bailey. Pani was tackled by. What an enormous left tackle the Rams if the champ Bailey looked like he was going to go on hundred and five yards on the return. What a play by Orlando pace. I don't know if there's another offensive linemen and football that could make that point. This guy had everything you wanted in a player, but in an offense at a guy that I never had to worry about who was on that side of the ball. I knew Orlando was going to shut him down without a doubt. He was a slam dunk hall of Famer and one of the best guys to play that position in his our own hall of Famer Kurt Warner along with Howard. David mad Millan Boomer Esiason talking about guy who's joining us right now NFL insider, I'm Scott Graham, and Orlando pace is our guest right now. From the pro football hall of fame Orlando, thanks for doing this. We appreciate you being here. Hey, no problem. Thanks for all the information. You guys are gonna have to have back a little bit more. I was pretty. I've got to imagine. When you get a play like that that people remember in a legendary way that's got to be something that you remember pretty well too. Oh, absolutely. Every time. I see Tampa Bay around. You always remember that played as well. We laugh and joke about it. Couple the play. A pretty big way tastes tamp down on that. Accent. It's funny because Kurt Warner and talking about you says, you know, you think about the greatest show on turf and everybody's thinking about him, and and the wide receivers, and and Marshall Faulk, but he said, none of that happens without you without you being kind of the rock that held that down. How I mean, I understand that you had a very very long career and that greatest show on turf period was not the longest period of time. How long was it into that first season of that greatest show on turf before you knew you were involved with something special? Great. I think read up with that. San Francisco game. I believe it was there game of the year in Saint Louis and beat San Francisco and probably seven or eighteen very, and we knew what we'd be that. We'll be we had arrived. And we're ready to go. Kurt warner. We're excited we're going to cover as a crew Claire myself, and we were all growing and coming into our own. Orlando. There's been so much talk about trying to improve the potential of the health of players who play this game. And in playing the game the right way and the NFL way to play something that has taken on big prominence. This year. There's an award called the NFL way to play award each week. It's announced on Thursdays on NFL networks. Good morning football. You were one of the panelists who is judging this award. Tell me how that came about. Great. Game. You call and ask me if I would be a part of that panel. And. Zayn at that helps keep me connected to the game. And then obviously kinda make the game safer, and I'm a I'm a big proponent of all making the game safer and really rewarding the good play. Reducing negative negative things about you know, the hits and all that. And then I can tell you NFL's has a big initiative to make the game safer. And this is just one one of the ways that they do that by rewarding really rewarding really good call. Now, I got to point out to anybody who's listening that you were the only offensive lineman who's on this panel. Does that mean that the guys who were on the offensive line are getting a little preferential treatment from you? Oh, absolutely. The guy that I watch the day guy around the barricade tomorrow back to get my vote. Have a great technique. The other guy's gonna pay respect the offense players much. But. I know how difficult that play when I was in in in our world that kid performed it Orlando the hall of fame was in the news this week. And it was in the news this week. Because of the fact that Sohn had something to say it's about the long term effects of play on players in the health of players who are now in the hall of fame and a couple of different sides of the way. This story was presented one of which is the need. That's there. The other is the approach with which a group of players have decided to go in order to make that statement. What was your reaction? Marie action. A number. Obviously, I'm a on the legends coordinator what we tend to do in situations. Like this we educate. Our former players what's available in ways that we can have between the league and former players, so we're always educate guys we have to do that. We're going to go out and do that. Get those former players the assistant. So, you know, Eric brought that out, but hopefully, they can get all players not only follow famous football players. The assistant. In a lot of ways. I guess that you, and I you know, I'm there every single year with Westwood One. And and and talking about things and doing interviews around James Lofton, I watch James Lofton who's the mayor of canton for that for that one week. I'd hate to see that tradition. Go away. And I would hope that there might be a way to make this point without the possibility of the threat of a boycott. Yeah. Absolutely. I think I'm the guy that I love to go back to Pat not only twice as a hall of Famer and seeing the older guys in hear their stories. And hopefully, we can do, you know, worked out guys will have to boycott Orlando. Thanks so much. We really do. Appreciate you being here. And remember you promised now that you're going to have to come back after we did that intro for you. So at some point or other we're going to have to have you back. With my guy. Kate warner. Oh. All right. Thanks so much. Don't forget that NFL way to play award is awarded each week on NFL networks. Good morning football on Thursdays that was hall of Famer Orlando pace enshrined in canton in two thousand sixteen..
"kate warner" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Welcome back to the rich Eisen show of you from the cheap seats podcast. Check it out. I'm gonna be on next week. We'll be our guest drops. Next Friday. Richard Simmons. On recently Richardson, we had him on a while ago and then we replayed it just because the guy he's about to say, disappeared, right under the control is under the control of his made apparent. That's what that's what I'm okay Schwarzenegger by the way. So. Say, so the Brady bunch. Funny. All right. And you're backing in Arbor headlining the Ann Arbor, comedy showcase Thursday through Saturday, September twenty, three, twenty second. That's the weekend. They play who Nebraska, Nebraska. Okay. That's a big one. Scott frost is going to surprise people this year. A Scott frost is a terrific coach. We've seen what he did it at UCF. He's coming home, they, I think Nebraska fans are viewing him in the same way that Michigan fans reviewing Jim Harbaugh on years. The only guy that could come in and knows the program that everyone can rally around fan base and believe that there's some good times ahead. We've done some stuff in Omaha and and been around Nebraska fans than they're proud. You know, you gotta live up to the the behemoth that it was Tom Osborne, but they love their football program and they wanna bring it back to prominence. Now, Wisconsin kind of has a stranglehold on the west. There's no way anybody's gonna unseat them. Now. But in a couple years, it could be different. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the same Scott frost was the quarterback for Auburn. I mean, horrible is a quarterback for both. Exactly. And so I, I mean, there's a lot of through LAN right there, similar story, and this is the year for her to really make the Mark. I feel like everybody, Michigan inside and outside of Michigan is like, this is it. You gotta do it this year, and then your Saint Louis Nebraska connection is is Kurt Warner. Sunkei is a walk on there. Is he really, he scored in the spring? Did he really did he go Kate Warner as a bag, groceries like his dad did and then boom, he'll make it. Yeah, I think that's I'll get a job and groceries, you know, on an interesting suggestion for him to try his next time, you see, Kurt Warner your son ship bag groceries like you did. I'm sure he would appreciate that paper plastic. That's canco plastic anymore. Give me your own. That's what people say. Now what you bring your own NPR tote bags, or are you hearing from people saying that you're not allowed to criticize state? Yes. We're hearing that you're not allowed to criticize the process. You're not allowed to criticize Ohio State hearing urban Meyer. Didn't do anything wrong personally. So we lied to the media. Who cares? I am. We're hearing most of that from Zeki lily. It's dad. Yeah, that's weird. He has just texting us. You don't need that. But as Michigan fans, I think people big thing that people say is you as Michigan fans wanna, see, urban, get taken down your sad that he that he wasn't fired and Michigan fans to a person that we've talked to don't feel that way. No, they feel like if he goes out, then we're going to get. And if we win this year by some Luke fickle, the last time you can be fickle filled into a victory. You wanna get pickled right victory is a hollow win. It's a slightly. They've got all the town, the world, Ohio State, and urban gonna come back after three games that don't matter at all. Why wouldn't you hold on game really because he's coaching all week during the other. The only worse the worse thing than getting filled would be getting Xiang. You don't wanna get Xiang definitely date. That's that's who they would be. That's they went with. They would get dead. You would get day, but we'll agree with you. Agree with you. I mean, you want to beat the best if you he is weird that like kids sold the shoes that they got North Carolina. They got four games. Yeah. Oh gosh. What is Jim tressel saying right now, Jimmy Johns Russell's..
"kate warner" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's my opposition as the way the markets moving right now i have not checked insider trading but i'm willing the best two dollars against doughnuts that they've all since trump that then they had their times a fox amazing what they figured they were going to get back in cash if they can pull back through here and there are already taking that money and buying their own stops fact ways here right now and i'm willing to let me dry net that's just like commentary all right will let it stand as an editorial common and led so other vargas said kate warner carrying geoffrey marshall wants to respond all right actually i got a lot of questions it let me go to them from listeners here's mark mckay who wants to know let me go to you on his sir kenneth how much are we still benefiting from a market much repaired says the meltdown of two thousand seventeen thousand nine oh that's a great question i mean we might be in the late stages of benefiting from the you know what happens during a serious recession is the companies get very slim they get much more efficient of necessity their access to capital markets is in the strong their free cash lewis down their profitability is down so they trim the fat very well and so once economic grwoth were turns they participate in that with a much leadership and so entering new growth faces the company's exhibits tremendous productivity which would roughly be calculated by uh profit per employee and then after the years go on things get better they start to get fat.