35 Burst results for "Michigan State"

No. 10 Spartans stay perfect with 20-15 win at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 d ago

No. 10 Spartans stay perfect with 20-15 win at Indiana

"Michigan state scored a pair of touchdowns off Indiana turnovers en route to a twenty to fifteen win the seven oh Spartans were out rushed and I'll pass by the Hoosiers but managed to win the game despite just a hundred twenty six passing yards by quarterback Payton Thorne Spartan running back Kenneth Walker remains the nation's top rusher after finishing with eighty four yards the loss drops Indiana to two and four and in three in the big ten Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana

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Judge Rules Against Natural Immunity Claim

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:14 min | Last week

Judge Rules Against Natural Immunity Claim

"I have a story here from epoch times which is a great newspaper that if i had to use one story to summarize the times in which we live i might use this one. Us district judge named paul moloney appointed by the way by george w. bush which doesn't mean anything but is of interest ready. Federal judge rules against natural immunity clean challenging cova nineteen vaccine mandate federal judge on october. Eighth denied a request to blocked michigan state. University's covert nineteen vaccine mandate on the basis of natural immunity employee at the school. Gena norris filed a lawsuit against the mandate and asked the judge to intervene on the basis that she had already contracted covert nineteen and recovered. She presented to antibody tests showing her previous infection and her doctors told her that she didn't need to get the vaccine at this time. Despite her natural immunity norris faces termination from the university for not complying with the schools. Mandate that all students and staff get the shop unless they have a medical or religious exemption. Why isn't that a medical exemption. Us district judge. Paul moloney an appointee of former president. George w bush declined her lawsuit the mandate maloney said did not violate her fundamental rights and pointed to one thousand nine hundred zero five supreme court ruling. That's what they all point to the jacobson ruling. This court must apply the law from the supreme court. Jacobson essentially applied rational basis review and found that the vaccine mandate was rational in protecting the public health and public safety

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Nailor catches 3 TDs, No. 11 Michigan State tops Rutgers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Nailor catches 3 TDs, No. 11 Michigan State tops Rutgers

"Receiver Jaylen Naylor caught three touchdown pass to repel the number eleven ranked Michigan state Spartans past records on the road by the final score thirty one to thirteen neither had five grabs for two hundred twenty one yards including remarkable scoring plays of sixty three sixty three and sixty five yards from Spartan quarterback Payton Thorne who threw for three hundred thirty nine yards on the day trying to dispose of plays and everything in those results today painting found me a few of them and and then maybe easier you know he told me to so so it's nice to make it easier to quit a very easy piece of cake you know the definition is to close off and I started running back Kenneth Walker twenty nine terrace for two or three three yards including a school record ninety four yard touchdown run Mike Moriarty Piscataway New Jersey

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College Football Is a Red State Phenomenon

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

College Football Is a Red State Phenomenon

"Morning glory america or high candidate hugh hewitt on tuesday. October fifth lied inside the beltway. Having good morning to you. I have a lot of the news for the rundown. But i have to tell you what i thought. Last night bet. I was listening to the college. Football enquirer which is a podcast recommended by duglery. So i thought. I'd listened to doug and his colleagues nathan and stephen do buckeye talk. Which is the best single program. Podcast in america covering the ohio state buckeyes. Doug recommended college. Football inquires listening to it in somewhere along the way in the course of that it occurred to me when they were going down the ap top twenty five college. Football is actually a red state deal. And i'm going to ask you about why one eight hundred five zero one two three four alabama number one red state georgia number two red state iowa number three red state penn state number four the red part of purple state cincinnati number five red state oklahoma number six red state ohio state number seven red state oregon number eight a blue state and falling michigan number. Nine that's the blue part of herbal state number ten. Byu is red number. Eleven michigan state is the red part of a purple state twelve oklahoma state. He's read arkansas. Thirteen is read. Notre dame at fourteen is in a red state coastal carolina's in a red state. Kentucky jenner red state at sixteen sippy at seventeen into the red state auburn eighteen red stayed in one thousand nineteen wake force in red state. Florida red-state number twenty twenty went texas red state twenty two arizona purple twenty-three north carolina state rad twenty four. Smu read twenty-five the only pure blue state san diego state at number twenty five so college. Football is now a red state phenomenon.

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College Football Bets: Week 1

Behind the Bets

03:14 min | Last month

College Football Bets: Week 1

"On. Espn dot com chuck section. I've given them out daily wager. But you know we'll rip through a few here i want to start with. Ecu this numbers come down a little bit. They play thursday night against appalachian state and look. I think he's us live dog. Jay vermont talked about it as well. They have a bunch of veterans including senior quarterback and app. State's been a little shaky as well. And they have a new quarterback and chase. Bryce you might remember him. He played a key. Clemson then transferred to duke ten and a half a lot of points for team that always seems to pull games out of the hat and have crazy place at the end. I like myself getting double digits plus ten right now but still i would out jumping on on ec as long as you get double digits and maybe a little sprinkle on the money line. That could be some fun The came by actually liked the most Kinda scared about it and it's umass and everybody who listen to pod on a somewhat regular basis knows. I'm kind of the betting bully as humans. A frequent guest. Your calls me. I like to bet on bet against bad teams. Just just do it right. Like orioles season win total under. I've certainly bet against umass in the past but thirty eight is just way too many points. And i'll tell you why won't bell and umass went out and got a bunch of transfers. Their quarterback is a six foot five inch from from colorado like the university of and or colorado university of boulder. And they have two running backs that transferred in one from rutgers. So a team that was like. Fcs not too long ago or fcs quality has some real players and you only have to get thirty eight now pits good. But they're at tennessee. The following week nerd uzis not a guy who's going to run up the score. He's old school. Fourth quarter they'll bring in the is a little bit and on top of that. Probably the best handy angle. I have is the offense coordinator for pit is a guy named mark whipple. He's coached umass twice head coach. Also the most recent time was just a few years ago. This is not situation where he wants to embarrass his former program. Umass is a special place in his heart. Whipple's going to call off the dogs as well. So i just think if you can get about two touchdowns even if it's garbage time i think plus thirty eight is the play in. That game is crazy. As it sounds another game. I like is essentially a coin. Flip game and it syracuse minus one. And a half. you might remember. I've talked about it with jay motto. The over three in the win total. They're going to split time at quarterback. Babies made that announcement. I don't love it. I would prefer. Tommy devito to be the entire time but dual threat with michigan state. Sorry mississippi state transfer garrett schrader. They're just better at a lot of positions that ohio but most importantly syracuse addressed. Their offense align issues. There was a pathetic. Offense couldn't even average average about two hundred fifty yards per game. Not passing just total yards per game. The veto would be injured. A lot spent a lot of time on his back. If they're okay on the offensive line this is just a syracuse team. That's just better. No more frank. Solich at ohio. Bob cats will rotate. Quarterbacks curtis rourke. Who's obviously the brother of nathan rourke the former stud bob cats quarterback and then armani rogers transfer from unlv. Ohio's very good. They looked good last year against the too bad teams really bad teams in the mac akron bowling green. But i think use gets there which is better talent especially with vito healthy and maybe we hope and improved offensive line. Fourth play i want to talk about

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USA Gymnastics Eyes $425 Million Settlement With Abuse Survivors

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

USA Gymnastics Eyes $425 Million Settlement With Abuse Survivors

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting USA gymnastics proposes a four hundred twenty five million dollar settlement with survivors of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal nearly three years after USA gymnastics filed for bankruptcy in the wake of the Larry Nassar scandal the organization and the survivors committee representing hundreds of women have filed a joint four hundred twenty five million dollars settlement proposal in U. S. bankruptcy court Nassar who worked as a sports doctor for USA gymnastics and Michigan State University is in prison in Michigan for sexual assault and possession of child **** the proposal needs to be approved by the survivors and any other creditors votes must be in by November eighth and written objections are due by November nineteenth a confirmation hearing is scheduled for early December hi Mike Rossi

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Meat Producer JBS Says Expects Most Plants Working Wednesday

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Meat Producer JBS Says Expects Most Plants Working Wednesday

"The world's largest meat processing company is getting back online after production around the world was disrupted by a cyber attack just weeks after a similar incident shut down a U. S. oil pipeline Brazil's JBS the second largest supplier of beef pork and chicken in the U. S. says it's made significant progress in dealing with the cyber attack and expected the best majority of its plans to be operating today the White House said JBS notified the US of a ransom demand from a criminal organization likely based in Russia trama loan an assistant professor of agriculture at Michigan State University says a JBS were to shut down for even one day the U. S. would lose almost a quarter of its beef processing capacity that's the equivalent of twenty thousand beef cows I'm Julie Walker

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Lessons From Plants

Important, Not Important

02:27 min | 5 months ago

Lessons From Plants

"Dr montgomery welcome. Thank you so much. It's a pleasure to be here now. You say that now. Dr montgomery could you tell us real quick who you are in which you do. Yes so amber rhonda montgomery. I'm currently a faculty member at michigan state university. But i've been a writer since i was about four or five if we listened to my mother. I'm a michigan state. I'm a professor of biochemistry molecular biology. Microbiology molecular genetics. All photosynthetic organisms plants and some bacteria and try to understand how they know what's going on around them and translate that to good behavior productivity so was one biology. Not enough for you. You had to do like six of them now. I think i must be a good colleague. Because it's i call it the share baronne to plan. I keep getting jointly appointed in multiple departments. So either i'm a pain in the neck and they were all wanna to keep an eye on me or both. I'm sure it's good colleague. But it's just like boy. Sometimes i feel like i have two jobs you've got yes that's awesome. Well we really appreciate you joining us. we're going to dig into this thing. Find out more about you why you do what you do how you do what you do. What we can learn from it and then sort of our bread and butter is as we like to say Action steps that folks can take to to support you to do the right thing. We tried to in a world where everybody is very busy. There's a thousand literally and figuratively fires everywhere and people are being pulled in a million directions. We tried to give them really specific action steps. They can take to to make themselves feel better but also to you know build a better world for for everybody trying at some folks so we'll get in there But we do like to start with one. Important question Dr montgomery to set the tone for this wild ride Instead of saying tell us your entire life story. I like to ask brandon wire you vital to the survival of the species. You know i. I like to believe. On vital to the species because one of my guiding principles reciprocity. And so. I try to be the best. I can be as an individual. But i recognize that. I'm self as an individual but self community. So i really do try to also contribute to community and see how i can really help in whatever community that is my family of origin. Personal professional always striving for my best personal self but also to contribute back to the community that man

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"michigan state" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

02:46 min | 5 months ago

"michigan state" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Pomme welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me again. Sonya it is an honor to be here with you and your listeners. At the dc woman podcast. I'll we are so excited to have you here. And i wanted to start with a bit about your journey to this country. We have a large number of listeners from indiana in particular and i know you came to this country for graduate school. I know that you came here briefly as a child and then again for graduate school and so would really enjoy your end where you are from an indian a bit about your journey to this country becoming a mechanical engineer a business analyst experience executive in early the manufacturing finance and now elected official for second term and the first indian and hindu to be elected to the michigan state legislature and spiring journey. That began began in india. That'd be here for me about much. So i actually was born not in where my parents are from. My mom is from regimen dri. My father is from ten ali and then whatever reason you know mothers women go home to their parents or their family to deliver a child so my mom went to. Her eldest brother was working in a city called lie. It was in madhya pradesh. Today it is in check. These cut so is born in july and then my dad had come to the united states in the wave of immigrants that came to study here in the late sixties early seventies and my mother and i followed him. My mom also did postgraduate work here. She's a biologist. She did her phd at the state university of new york at stony brook. And so after living here for so many years in northeastern part of the united states my parents decided. My brother was one year old. I was fifteen and we moved back to india so that they could take the education that they had acquired here and then helped their country. Now i spent eleven years here growing up when i landed in india. I do feel at home. I had an american accent had an american attitude. And so i think that it wasn't just the best age to move to shift cultures in this was pre internet so really had no idea what i was getting into and i would be very outspoken. I come from a traditional seth indian family and you know as the girl amongst many boy cousins. I would always end up arguing with them and associated a lot of the patriarchy that i experienced and that i confronted with

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A Conversation with Michigan State Representative Padma Kuppa

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

02:46 min | 5 months ago

A Conversation with Michigan State Representative Padma Kuppa

"Pomme welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me again. Sonya it is an honor to be here with you and your listeners. At the dc woman podcast. I'll we are so excited to have you here. And i wanted to start with a bit about your journey to this country. We have a large number of listeners from indiana in particular and i know you came to this country for graduate school. I know that you came here briefly as a child and then again for graduate school and so would really enjoy your end where you are from an indian a bit about your journey to this country becoming a mechanical engineer a business analyst experience executive in early the manufacturing finance and now elected official for second term and the first indian and hindu to be elected to the michigan state legislature and spiring journey. That began began in india. That'd be here for me about much. So i actually was born not in where my parents are from. My mom is from regimen dri. My father is from ten ali and then whatever reason you know mothers women go home to their parents or their family to deliver a child so my mom went to. Her eldest brother was working in a city called lie. It was in madhya pradesh. Today it is in check. These cut so is born in july and then my dad had come to the united states in the wave of immigrants that came to study here in the late sixties early seventies and my mother and i followed him. My mom also did postgraduate work here. She's a biologist. She did her phd at the state university of new york at stony brook. And so after living here for so many years in northeastern part of the united states my parents decided. My brother was one year old. I was fifteen and we moved back to india so that they could take the education that they had acquired here and then helped their country. Now i spent eleven years here growing up when i landed in india. I do feel at home. I had an american accent had an american attitude. And so i think that it wasn't just the best age to move to shift cultures in this was pre internet so really had no idea what i was getting into and i would be very outspoken. I come from a traditional seth indian family and you know as the girl amongst many boy cousins. I would always end up arguing with them and associated a lot of the patriarchy that i experienced and that i confronted with

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A 142-Year-Old Science Seed Caper

Short Wave

02:11 min | 6 months ago

A 142-Year-Old Science Seed Caper

"So now tell me about this guy william bill. You said he was a botanist. What was the big question. He wanted to answer so it's really kind of a simple question. How long can seeds remain viable underground and you know the local farmers had been asking him if we keep weeding a plot of ground. At what point will the weeds stop coming up. And bill just didn't know how long the seeds of weeds could be in the ground and retain the ability to germany. So how did he try to figure that out. Well he got twenty glass bottles and frank to lucy. Fesser of plant biology at michigan state university. He told me that. Bill filled these bottles very carefully and although twenty bottles filled up with a sandy seat mixture and the sandy seat mixture contains twenty one species of plants with fifty seeds per plant. Now these plants were just common weeds and build buried the bottles in a secret spot on what is now. The campus of michigan state university. His plan was that every five years he dig up a bottle and see what seeds could sprout. Okay more math. So if it's one bottle every five years and they're twenty bottles. That means bill expected experiment to last one hundred years right and you know it's gone on longer than that. Beal dug up a bottle every five years until he retired in nineteen ten then. He passed the experiment onto a colleague who pass it onto a colleague and so on and these caretakers made the experiment last longer than ever intended just by stretching out the time between bottles so they went from one bottle every five years to every ten years and now they dig up a bottle every twenty years. I love how this has been passed on so the last bottle dug up was twenty years ago. Well twenty one. It was dug up in the year. Two thousand that's when frank who ski went out with the previous caretaker to the secret location. Frank became the keeper of the experiment at that time and he was supposed to dig up a bottle in two thousand twenty but you know the coronavirus pandemic right so you

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Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness: Kinitra D. Brooks

Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness: Kinitra D. Brooks

"Joining us. Today is dr caen. Brooks kimmy tra. Is the jury end john. Leslie endowed chair. In literary studies in the department of english at michigan state university. She also spent the two thousand eighteen twenty nineteen academic year as the advancing equity through research fellow at the hutchins center for african and african american research at harvard university. Where she worked on the project called the conjure women's garden black women's route working tradition caniggia's public scholarship specializes in the study of black women. Genre fiction and popular culture. She is the author of three books. The first searching for sickle racks lack women's haunting of contemporary harbor which is a critical treatment of black women in science fiction fantasy and horror the second sigur axes daughters in edited volume of short horror fiction written by black women and third the lemonade reader. Which is a collection of essays. On as twenty sixteen audiovisual project lemonade kenichiro designed and taught first ever college course dedicated to beyonce's with local national and international press coverage. She is also the co editor of the new sons book series at ohio state university. Press most recently you may have read her weekly blog series on. Hbo's lovecraft country published on the dot com where she provided pointing analysis of each episode and the ways they contended with contemporary art pop culture and critical race frameworks in the context of black lives and horror narratives. I am sure you are as excited as i am to learn more about current projects to welcome kenichiro you for me joy to be here. I've been following you and your work for some time now. I've been intrigued by your public. Scholarship and the way to use your platform to engage audiences critically but most importantly you're engaging audiences on issues related to blackness in a very accessible way so i'm eager to learn about your journey. So are you ready. I am

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Who Invented the High Five?

Kottke Ride Home

02:03 min | 7 months ago

Who Invented the High Five?

"The origin of the high five is kind of disputed slash not really exactly known a forerunner to the high five was the low five part of black american culture since at least the nineteen twenties. But when did it turn up. High and spread further afoot. Was it from the women's volleyball circuit in the nineteen sixties american. Gi's in tokyo during world. War two apparently magic johnson even once implied that he invented it while it michigan state's which blows my mind because my dad was in the same dorm building as magic johnson. Who like was my dad present for the invention of the high five. Probably not. But i suppose i should ask him just in case. Even if magic johnson himself didn't create it he was most likely there when it first started taking off of the top contenders for its origin. They all take place in the late. Nineteen seventies in the world of sports. One story goes that it was created by wiley brown and derek smith from the university of louisville cardinals during the nineteen. Seventy eight seventy nine basketball season. Since their team was nicknamed the doctors of dunk. Doing the standard low five didn't make sense. Their team was all about that vertical movement so they started slapping their hands together when held high above their heads. Brown and smith who passed away in nineteen ninety-six. Get a big chunk of the credit for creating the high five in the press and one reason is because so much footage of the cardinals. High fiving tests highlight reels. A level of evidence not shared by many of the other origin stories but another origin story. A lot of people are familiar with. Is that lamont. Fleets a basketball player from murray state. University also playing around nineteen seventy nine. The story goes that lamont's dead lamont's leads senior had served in the first battalion. Fifth infantry in the vietnam war the infantry was nicknamed the five and after the war when lamont junior was just a little kid. The guys would often stop by his house to visit with his dad. They'd created their own greeting a arm. Straight up with five fingers spread as they said five

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Interview With Jos Torres, Washington State Farmer

Real Food Real People

02:05 min | 7 months ago

Interview With Jos Torres, Washington State Farmer

"Nineteen ninety-two was when you started working around dairy farms. Yes what were you doing before that. Before that i was used in Working agriculture down in the south. I was planting corn graefin. Beech trees Apples and down south where mexico mexico. Yes so is that you come from mexico. Yes i'm from mexico. What part of mexico michigan state okay. yes central michigan so was your family and farming. Did you grow up around for me. us grow up You know on one area where we was doing. Women parents We planning corn in and build an orders for somebody else But nothing about animals. Yeah nothing about animals. Yeah use just Outside you know on the trees Population you know the population under so why did you come to the us Here you know. We're a big family. I just think they'll mighty in parents in somehow they They decide to have a big family. We're thirteen total to kids. That's a lot. Yeah now is really surprised. You know we have three or four. I have three. And i can't imagine having more than that. So yeah we're thirteen thirteen. Total in i'm in the middle okay I have six on on my right in six on my left. So the recent to to to come to this country is To help our family because Down there you have to pay all the school You know like booth folks in clothes and you know londoners living more expensive to even to go to school now is different now is way different than how it was Before it was kind of hard times

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Leave policies have not caught up for women in office

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:43 min | 7 months ago

Leave policies have not caught up for women in office

"Are serving as state lawmakers across the country. But in most capitals, family leave policies have not changed. That leaves new moms with few options when having Children. Abigail, since he has more from member station W. K a. R in Lansing. Mallory McMorrow was part of 2018 so called year of the woman. When a record number of women were elected to office, she flipped a Michigan State Senate district in the suburbs of Detroit. Your first interview you're very hungry. Seven weeks ago, she gave birth to her first daughter. No. Uh uh. She's like the size of the microphone. You know, Like many parents, McMorrow is taking time off to be with her newborn. But while state employees get 12 weeks of paid time off, there's no parental leave policy for lawmakers. The answer to their constituents and their pay is written in the state constitution so they can technically take off as much time as they want The catch being they miss votes. I can't vote remotely. I can't proxy vote. I have to physically go toe Lansing. And I have a newborn who naps for 20 minutes and then is up again and ready to eat and be changed. Michigan is one of a handful of legislatures where lawmakers worked full time. Senator Vic Morrow said she spoke up because she could already envision attack outs criticizing her for not being in the capital to vote vote She missed so she could spend time with her baby. Are we comfortable with the idea? That we don't want working moms in the Legislature because that's the message unless we change the system, she says. This is a conversation she's had with many women that women can have it all. Just not all at once on that feels true for her in the Legislature. The

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International Education with Dr Steve McDowell

Diversity Talks Podcast

07:49 min | 7 months ago

International Education with Dr Steve McDowell

"Know that you're originally from canada. When did you move to the us I came down in a nineteen ninety four to permanently. I was actually had a congressional fellowship so i was in washington for a year and then went to michigan state for a year and been at florida state since nine hundred six. So you've been in the us for reading longtime right. Would you consider yourself as a canadian or a canadian american. Now i'm a us citizen and Still have family in canada and still try to visit a couple of times a year. But this is my home in tallahassee. And that's wonderful. I know that what i'm about to ask you is is a tough question because oftentimes it's harder for people to talk about themselves and put themselves into a box but i would love to learn a little bit about some of your core values to who you are and on your cultural identity. So how would you define new cultural identity. Certainly as you pointed out. I'm from canada so growing up. Some of the debates and controversies that we had in the sixties and seventies included a role of french and english languages and cultures in canada and the role of multiculturalism. That there was a lot of new canadians coming from different parts of the world and also their relationship with first nations who have often instill Experience discrimination ill treatment and so's debates. I think kind of shaped my sense of what it meant to be a canadian. And what meant to be a citizen in a country where you have those types of debates animating public discourse and when you're thinking about some of your core core values what are some of those things considering you know your background in canada and was issues of multiculturalism in the air i think Interest in other cultures is one thing that i've enjoyed and really benefited from over my life and also a respect for other cultures my own personal intercultural Experiences included working for my sister and brother-in-law and a farm in quebec when i was a teenager and then after high school doing church service project in mississippi and arkansas and united states and getting to know people in those cultures. So i think my i really do think that interest in other people other cultures one of core values and then trying to understand what it means to respect and understand each other. Sounds like you have a pretty multicultural upbringing. I know that you received your international affairs like myself but yours is from york university in canada than you got a fellowship that brought you closer to some of the south. Asian countries like india. And i know that you work is built on the foundations of diversity and you work with international students. You're very supportive of international students. You are teaching course on international communication. So when you're thinking about all of your personal experiences in canada in southeast asia on here in the united states can you give us some specifics. Specific examples of how these experiences shape your personal perspectives on international education. Certainly i think as a starting point We have to kind of understand that our personal experiences are one of many possible experiences that people might have in the world. So it's it's easy for students in the united states to think. Oh this is the way that television is. This is the way that people Communicate with each other or enjoy sports and so many of our cultural practices and focused primarily on media practices. we think. Oh that's how it's done and so a big part of my Focus on international. Communication with students is to try to understand how people use media. How the media organized. How cultures organized in different countries. So my courses themselves don't focus as much on the the interpersonal intercultural communication which we think of is intercultural competency. But i'm trying to understand media systems and media use in different countries around the world. Let's talk about diversity equity and inclusion and higher education because this is a term that you know we hear a lot about and people. Do you have a different conception of what diversity really is. And what am. I look like in colleges and universities because for some people this concept can be purely domestic as opposed to others it could involve a lot of internationalization and international aspects. So for you. What does diversity and inclusion mean here at fsu. And how are we growing this concept on our campus. Certainly starting from the domestic debates the united states diversity equity inclusion would say. Well how do we include the The groups that haven't had access to education public services and economic activity united states so making sure that people of color people from rural areas people from you know less wealthy backgrounds Have access to the opportunities that higher education provides and certainly. Fsu has really taken some major initiatives in that area with student. Success initiatives with the care program Trying to welcome really support students and not just getting them into the university but making sure they're going to be successful in getting the support from a cohort of friends and fellow students from faculty and staff. So i think that's one area of diversity equity inclusion is. Who are we serving in terms of the students. Considering the role of international students is also important because they bring through their personal experience and their relationships with people on campus windows into the world. That you can't get in a textbook or just in a video so you get to know people and build relationships and that's hard even if we're sharing the same space. It's hard to build those relationships so one of the programs on campus. That does a great job with that. Is the center for global engagement. That has a whole bunch of different programs like international coffee hour to facilitate the building of relationships between students from united states and countries around the world so i think domestic inclusion in our programs thinking about international students and i think perspectives that we have in our research questions are research are another important part of diversity that includes international so many of our faculty have research projects that are all around the world. Learning systems institute is a research unit that has projects a lot of them in africa but also in southeast asia and so really strong record of international education consulting and then part of our curriculum and program what we teach what the subjects. What's the content of courses. I think is another of diversity that that's the job of university to open up the world and have music languages cultural studies as well scientific and you know engineering studies that really engage the world and reach out to the

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NCAA Tournament All-Haiku First-Round NCAA Tournament Preview

Mornings on Maine Street

01:03 min | 7 months ago

NCAA Tournament All-Haiku First-Round NCAA Tournament Preview

"Speaking of reason, along We're breezing straight into March Madness. Aspinall, what's going on in that regard sports service of how our brothers out their power and hardware, So take it to the hoop. Caleb. Thanks, Bill. The NC Double eight tournaments First four Playing games finished last night, Texas Southern Beat Mount ST Mary's 60 to 52. They'll play Michigan on Saturday. Drake beat Wichita State 53 52. They'll take on USC. Norfolk State beat Appalachian State 54 53 to set up a match up with number one ranked Gonzaga U C L. A beat Michigan State in overtime 86 to 80. They'll play BYU next. The first round of the tournament starts today. The first game will be a 12 15. With Florida taking on Virginia Tech. Georgia Tech will play it four o'clock taking on Loyola Chicago, Ed Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The Jackets will be without a cc men's player of the year. Moses right first round will continue tomorrow with games. Also starting at 12 15 and the Georgia Tech Women will also play their first round NC double a tournament game coming up on Sunday. They'll take on Stephen F. Austin at 4, 30 San Antonio. Georgia will play their first round game on Monday of next week. They'll be taking on

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Michigan State Spartans will not be changing their name to include Rocket Mortgage sponsorship

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04:55 min | 7 months ago

Michigan State Spartans will not be changing their name to include Rocket Mortgage sponsorship

"Michigan state missteps. And you just knew they would step in it and it has to do with The renaming of their sports team jay it away while and of course you knew like when you found out dan snyder was kind of involves not dance matter. I think it's dan gilbert yeah. I didn't snyder snider alumnus of of michigan Michigan state. you made yeah okay. Find standard stance that so so they. They said that they were going to rename sponsor. Essentially the basketball team. Renamed them the michigan state spartans presentative presented by my rocket mortgage. So i mean by the way rocket mortgage. I like walking. So do i need them and they do have a guy on their basketball team. Name get lots. Why can't rocket watts be presented by rock- rocket mortgage. Yeah i would have been easier like sell. Yeah so they put it out there that they're going to change the name and then they got trolled by everyone acheiving so much negative press and also just because you know. I think people think college sports and this is why this has been the argument against paying college players for soa college. Sports has his purity. That pro sports doesn't have college. Sports is like an anon- tattooed person. It is clean. It is perceived purity because we know there's a lot of on a ferry arrest of but perceived purity that you don't want to mess that up by calling them. The michigan state spartans brought to you by rocket mortgage that has going to become the arizona state as text presented by toes-to-toes. Like when do we stop like. Is it the start to get to sponsors. Could it be like you know what i mean you start to get to sponsors on the scene. Usc trojans presented by trojan trojan condoms. Like i actually would see. That's that's actually got go cell but like there we. We're in a situation right. Now where the washington huskies brought to you by lane bryant. I'm habe fair. he may not. But you're the reason why people are upset and you've got democratic senator of connecticut chris murphy coming out so it was awesome. Who was instrumental in presenting legislation to try and get players paid for their likeness and image. And that's an ongoing process. That randy and i both believe will eventually come to fruition. Why should why should the coaches make all this money. When it's the players who actually really bring people to the stands and why should university sponsored. I mean they they unless you're going to start making the games free for people unless you're gonna start using your sponsorship to make ticket prices. Nothing for the fans were to then you cannot is just. It's a money grab and people don't like that and they think it's a bad look especially when you're seeing coaches salaries just go up and up and up. It looks like it looks very greedy at a time when we don't intuition is going up and up. It's greedy when you don't need to be greedy. Right puts the schools in a bad light right so the public doesn't benefit from this. The the students don't benefit from this. The players who need to benefit don't benefit from this so it just again like you said it it a pit him is is this sort of capitalistic greed. Which i think again makes teams look bad in a team like michigan state in a year when they've looked bad on the court. This was not what they needed. This was not the capper. There's there's a chance they're playing tonight as we record this for all. We know they could beat. Ucla or they could lose to ucla if they lose to ucla in the plane game and they don't even make the tournament and they have to sit out and watch his. How long's it been since michigan statesman in the tournament. It's been a longtime now run. They and they could go on a long run in the tournament and find they could salvage their year but it's been a rocky year for them and to have this sponsorship thing come up it once again and i'm happy that the world of public opinion kind of self corrected this situation. They came out and said they're not changing their name. But they but i'm asking you is this. Was that just a test balloon to go up are we can see a different way like a gentler. Way to kind of push this through because you know for years. We said we're not going to see any sport. Any you know. Advertising logos on sponsorship on professional athletes. Uniforms like you do see in the english premier league but again. I think we're what there's a now the clippers the little honey logo and i love. Honey i think those guys are awesome and that doesn't bother me. I actually was like for a second. I was like. I don't know if that's going to fly for me and it didn't. It doesn't bother me the way the way. It's being used right now. The way the team name as brought to you by something it just feel it does feel like the san diego Point setia credit union community credit union ball right feels like that which is just a joke at that point so all right didn't work it didn't work. Thank you public opinion for glad. The public opinion can still shoots the things

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Michigan State Spartans will not be changing their name to include Rocket Mortgage sponsorship

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04:55 min | 7 months ago

Michigan State Spartans will not be changing their name to include Rocket Mortgage sponsorship

"Michigan state missteps. And you just knew they would step in it and it has to do with The renaming of their sports team jay it away while and of course you knew like when you found out dan snyder was kind of involves not dance matter. I think it's dan gilbert yeah. I didn't snyder snider alumnus of of michigan Michigan state. you made yeah okay. Find standard stance that so so they. They said that they were going to rename sponsor. Essentially the basketball team. Renamed them the michigan state spartans presentative presented by my rocket mortgage. So i mean by the way rocket mortgage. I like walking. So do i need them and they do have a guy on their basketball team. Name get lots. Why can't rocket watts be presented by rock- rocket mortgage. Yeah i would have been easier like sell. Yeah so they put it out there that they're going to change the name and then they got trolled by everyone acheiving so much negative press and also just because you know. I think people think college sports and this is why this has been the argument against paying college players for soa college. Sports has his purity. That pro sports doesn't have college. Sports is like an anon- tattooed person. It is clean. It is perceived purity because we know there's a lot of on a ferry arrest of but perceived purity that you don't want to mess that up by calling them. The michigan state spartans brought to you by rocket mortgage that has going to become the arizona state as text presented by toes-to-toes. Like when do we stop like. Is it the start to get to sponsors. Could it be like you know what i mean you start to get to sponsors on the scene. Usc trojans presented by trojan trojan condoms. Like i actually would see. That's that's actually got go cell but like there we. We're in a situation right. Now where the washington huskies brought to you by lane bryant. I'm habe fair. he may not. But you're the reason why people are upset and you've got democratic senator of connecticut chris murphy coming out so it was awesome. Who was instrumental in presenting legislation to try and get players paid for their likeness and image. And that's an ongoing process. That randy and i both believe will eventually come to fruition. Why should why should the coaches make all this money. When it's the players who actually really bring people to the stands and why should university sponsored. I mean they they unless you're going to start making the games free for people unless you're gonna start using your sponsorship to make ticket prices. Nothing for the fans were to then you cannot is just. It's a money grab and people don't like that and they think it's a bad look especially when you're seeing coaches salaries just go up and up and up. It looks like it looks very greedy at a time when we don't intuition is going up and up. It's greedy when you don't need to be greedy. Right puts the schools in a bad light right so the public doesn't benefit from this. The the students don't benefit from this. The players who need to benefit don't benefit from this so it just again like you said it it a pit him is is this sort of capitalistic greed. Which i think again makes teams look bad in a team like michigan state in a year when they've looked bad on the court. This was not what they needed. This was not the capper. There's there's a chance they're playing tonight as we record this for all. We know they could beat. Ucla or they could lose to ucla if they lose to ucla in the plane game and they don't even make the tournament and they have to sit out and watch his. How long's it been since michigan statesman in the tournament. It's been a longtime now run. They and they could go on a long run in the tournament and find they could salvage their year but it's been a rocky year for them and to have this sponsorship thing come up it once again and i'm happy that the world of public opinion kind of self corrected this situation. They came out and said they're not changing their name. But they but i'm asking you is this. Was that just a test balloon to go up are we can see a different way like a gentler. Way to kind of push this through because you know for years. We said we're not going to see any sport. Any you know. Advertising logos on sponsorship on professional athletes. Uniforms like you do see in the english premier league but again. I think we're what there's a now the clippers the little honey logo and i love. Honey i think those guys are awesome and that doesn't bother me. I actually was like for a second. I was like. I don't know if that's going to fly for me and it didn't. It doesn't bother me the way the way. It's being used right now. The way the team name as brought to you by something it just feel it does feel like the san diego Point setia credit union community credit union ball right feels like that which is just a joke at that point so all right didn't work it didn't work. Thank you public opinion for glad. The public opinion can still shoots the things down

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"michigan state" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"michigan state" Discussed on WTVN

"Matt McCoy, along with Bill Conley and Jeff Logan, as we continue getting You ready for Ohio State of Michigan State. They will be playing coming out that noone And the game is on ABC six. And then after the game will have the best Buckeye coverage. Postgame short for chill for you, Jeff Logan mentioned in our number one We don't know for sure. And we won't know till 10 45. The one of the indications is out there that in terms of affected positions by covert it looks like the offensive line is one of them and again, 10 45 this hour, they'll officially come out with the with the List of available players and who is not being able to play. But it does look like there's going to be shuffling on the Ohio State offensive line, and we'll let you know for sure everybody that's out when that news comes out this hour at about 10 45. Meanwhile, Ohio State, his game to play and the guys that are able to be out there. It's so funny because So much has happened yet. There's been no game in the last two weeks getting ready for this game. But the last time they played you almost forget There was a defense that gave up 491 yards passing against a Indiana team that does have a good passing game with Michael panics and the receivers they have, and is Michigan State's is good. No, but you know, we we joke about Rocky Lombardi bill, but he has had some moments where he's had some big plays. And, as Jeff pointed out, Five plays of over 50 yards passing. I would think that if I'm missing and state going into this game, and the weather seems to be such that you're passing game shouldn't be very affected. Are they going to try to give Rocky Lombardi some chances to make some big plays downfield? And here we go with that Ohio State secondary? How do they respond? Yes, exactly. Right. They got given time, but you know they're passing games, the strongest part. Of a bad office s. Oh, they're like, eighth and conference in that. But Rocky did have a great week last week through some big passes a sauce like one of the keys. I really think to win the game for the Buckeyes is you have to rattle Rocky. Because Rocky is a guy who he's not technically the best quarterback, but he's a competitive guy, you know, and I was kidding the night little bit, but not completely because Rocky is one of athletes. He's an athlete. He only lost two wrestling matches his entire high school career. His dad's a coach. And his grandfather, Vince Lombardi, is not the visible Bernie. We all know, but you know, it's an athletic family s. So we're gonna have put some pressure on him and make him put the ball up because he will do that. He's so made touchdown passes. The same number interception. See some so if we rattle him a little bit. Make him throw the ball way early. Especially maybe get them down. Scooby. Tough for me. Come back. You know the secondary. Jeff has a lot of work to do, obviously, But here is Here's opportunity, Man, the opportunity a to get better and improve yourself after what was not a great performance a couple of weeks ago and B, we haven't seen a ton of takeaways. You know, Sean Way at the pick six against Indiana, but we haven't We haven't seen a ton of defensive takeaways. Here's a guy that will throw it up it. It seems like an opportunity Jeff for I struggling unit, Ohio State secondary To either look really good again, or keep that concern that we have about them that they have a chance to make some plays today because I think Iraqi Lombardi will put it out there. But if they're not sharp, they could get burned again. So big game I think this week Jeff for a lot of states defensive backs. Matt, I think you're spot on with that. And if this secondary can't look good against a guy that's only complete competing, completing Excuse me. 54% of his passes. You're not gonna look good against anybody in comparison, Justin Fields. Is almost 80% completion ratio. And I think the pressure that it Justin Fields with his receiving corps put so much pressure on the other defense that I think that that is certainly a strength in this game. But We can't afford to have that secondary continue to be a weakness. And right now they have not proven tol have the capacity to go out there and stop anybody. And but But I honestly believe that if you can't stop Rocky Lombardi Then you might as well start putting linebackers back there to play in the secondary, because whatever you're doing with those single digit guides is not good enough. You know if there ever was A time where you could say there's a definite chance of a shut out. This might be the game but because of lack of practices and in playing time, I don't know if that's possible, but it would not shock me. If we don't keep the Spartans out of the end zone, they might kick a field goal or two. We get mad. But this is the game. We're really if defense comes ready to play on. We forced couple those turnovers and definitely this is a chance to really shut a team out. You know what's interesting is two years ago, this Ohio State team in some ways was similar to this one, where they had a high powered offense and we're giving a big place and historically bad defense. Don't want to say that they're exactly the same. But there are similarities. And you know what happened when they went to Michigan State. They held Michigan State to six points. And they won a game like 27 to 6 or something like that. And Michigan State couldn't get anything going off. It was it was like, Hey, good. The defense's but The defense did play well, I don't want to take anything away from him. But I had more to do with the fact of what you're talking about. Bill is this is an offense that If you play solid, you can control them without question, no doubt about it and anything which I'm really looking for today. We've not been very good at were 14th in the conference and kickoff returns were 10th in a conference in punt returns. We're better than that. We are much better than that. So I would. I would hope we have a couple big returns. Give the bone good. Fill this or even score, which would be great on special teams that way because we're much better than those stats show. This is a game where I think that could really break the home team's back and bring a couple good returns back on him. Yeah, we've talked about special teams every week. Jeff and that is an area I think we're all out of state could get better. Yeah, we can improve in a lot of areas and special teams. Certainly one of those things and Bill, I find it interesting that you're talking about the possibility of a shutout in this era of college football. When shutdown defense, it seemed to be almost impossible. But if you look at Michigan State, you know other than their first couple of games. When they went to Iowa. They got beat 49 to 7. Iowa nearly came up with a shutout in that game, and you know I was a good football team, but I think that we're a two least as good as they are on defense, if not better. And then Indiana team. We know very much about when against Michigan State won that game 24 to nothing. That was the shut out that you're talking about there so and in last week against Northwestern. You know, they weren't all that great. Offensively. They had a kid that kicked three field goals, two of which were 45 yards or more that, you know, end up being nine Other points came by kicking field goals. And if Ohio State can keep their football team to just field goals, keep him out of the end zone. I think they do have the possibility Having this thing be close to a shut out. Yeah, The one thing I would be looking at early in the game is if Michigan's state can establish a running attack because they have not been able to all your last last week was the best week but I don't think they've had a guy rushed for over 100 yards in any game this year. I think 98 was last week or something, maybe else Hayward But you know a situation they should not be all running my life..

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"michigan state" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"michigan state" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Home games coming up. My last one up. Michigan taking on Michigan State. Let's do. The Riddler left Jim Harbaugh on the Michigan Wolverines once again showing they got that the emperor has no clothes. Michigan State. A 20 point something underdog goes into the big house and beats Michigan. Jim Harbaugh. What is the excuse for 27 24 loss team is in the onus on this. Regulations to Michigan State, But we got on the we got on the loss and come back and find out. You know where we can improve where Thisa high character team and I believe they'll do just that. Mel Tucker became just the second coach to be Michigan in his first attempt with the Spartans. The other one that did it. You may know his name. His name's Nick Saban. Jim Harbaugh, now one and six at home against Michigan State, Ohio State. Completely unacceptable and Rocky Lombardi. Rose for 323 yards, including 1 96 to Ricky White Kid from Atlanta, Georgia. Who was just doing I mean spectacular things. He looked like Julio Jones out there and by the way, he's not playing for the team in Georgia, who needs wide receivers. He's playing for Michigan State. Unbelievable. Michigan State Planet Iowa next Saturday. Michigan playing visiting Indiana, this kid was literally in Georgia's backyard right in the backyard. They need wider savers didn't find him. This kid was spectacular yesterday, one of the best wide receiver performances I've ever seen. Yesterday. In that game, go check it out, even if your team didn't make the fallout. Well, that's your fault. You're route for a really mediocre program. Tell your a D to be better tell him to get a better coach telling to recruit better. Thank you for hanging out with us here on the John.

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"michigan state" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"michigan state" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"But the Auto industry could definitely we have GM and Ford and Chrysler all working on electric vehicles and improve fuel efficiency. So we really could do more and I think that Michigan State University is one of the world's best universities for Supply Chain management. I would love to see sort of a off work between industry and government and Academia to figure out how do you manage your supply chain so that you have a lower carbon footprint off. These are all things that we can do right here at the state level and you know, America's middle class was born here in Michigan. And we see that that middle-class dream is not accessible to so many people anymore. Whether it's the cost of college or job opportunities that provide a livable wage. Those are things that we need to look at here in Michigan. I'm sure every other state is doing it too long. As I said, we were the home of the American middle class at the turn of the century when the Auto industry started booming, and so I think it's time for us to look at ways that we can rebuild build back better as Vice President. Biden says, I think it's really important that we look at ways for making the promise of America accessible to all thank you so much. It's really inspiring and you've really given us a lot to think about her and I guess in closing. I just want to say that really thank you for joining us and you've got our support and we can't wait to see a lot will be happening in the next few months. Let's put it that way, but I know just absolute.

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"michigan state" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"michigan state" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The Michigan state Spartans Mike welcome double this go ahead Sir things are done hello my go ahead Sir can you hear me I can go ahead please all players so the worker we don't have to blame parts you have a family issue have bills to pay a mortgage or are ever you know now if someone does you speak the language we have to blame heart no we have to blame ourselves we live in this country yeah learn the language we don't believe certain just awards you know it would be really problematic thanks Mike it would be problematic of the US postal service had to start from fighting course I could speak any language on demand obviously now till sort of course heavily Hispanic had she been refusing serviced all Hispanics well that's a real problem but to we'll see how this thing gets sorted out we have alderman on it no chewing see is involved in this so this story will as we say in this business advance tomorrow next some calling from also it's Serra go ahead Sir welcome when you're here let's speak American right thank you let's go to Paul he's in Aurora hi Paul of the medical field has been dealing with this for a while with the the EPA disabilities act of the affordable health Care Act if I get a page that comes into my office they speak Portuguese or Spanish or Russian or Polish on my thigh I am mandated by the government but I have to hire a provided translator speak to them in medical terms so that they can understand exactly what it is that going on it I have to pay for it if they're done right repite sign language people locally in our hospitals we have that we have subscribe to that have you know several dozen language interpreters that we can call why do it but that all falls in our lap and out of our diet you can find as no intent on paid for any sort of medical services that's to our cost where we have to provide translators for them on the path that seems like it would it would break a business are you talking about Medicaid patient or any patient that comes into my office speaks a language that I don't speak of my staff if they if we have a patient relationship by those apps I have to pay for and hire a translator every time they come into the office well that's a problem that's why when I run for office press again take care that honor do you mind if I jump in here real quick I do okay dog go ahead go ahead I lived in Montreal for the better part of eight years which of course is in the province of Quebec Canada has two official languages English and French now they have dealt with it over the generations but very precariously in when you start legislating and or dictating that other languages need to be spoken other than the official language of that country it's a very slippery slope and you build a lot of resentment so I think we need to be very careful as well as how we proceed with us well I concur Robert terror thank you very much but you know those France other problematic in almost every aspect you know what there's so much nicer up in Quebec sure they are very nice I am tickets for Chris Stapleton's all American road show.

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"michigan state" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on WJR 760

"And now Michigan state educator to help veterans who may suffer the effects of PTSD by. Training them to be beekeepers heroes to hives had no location. However, to carry out the project and southeast Michigan where the majority of the veterans are located so Cormac. Right, global energy systems, project manager at Ford coordinated to provide Adam in his crew a location at Henry Ford's old farm, just outside in Arbor, and it's a pleasure to welcome him to the studio and Cormac on the phone. Hello, gentlemen. Thanks for having us. So Adam, let me start with you sort of how why? And when did you start heroes to hives? Yeah. So heroes to hive started in twenty fifteen in really was a vision of myself, and my wife, I had transitioned from the military in two thousand five and after that transition really struggled to find purpose and find that next mission. We're veterans were service-oriented individuals. And really I wanted to continue serving my country and my community and really for me. It started in twenty ten when I took a beekeeping class, at my all modern Cal, poly, San Luis Obispo, and when I was transferred over here to Michigan State University to finish my PHD my wife and I had a conversation about the effects that beekeeping had on me. It really offered me this opportunity to continue serving my country by protecting the most important managed pollinator on the planet, and in two thousand fifteen we launched the program at our own farm here in Lansing, be wise farms, with five local veterans, and from then. The program has just taken off, like wildfire. We've moved over here to MSU in two thousand sixteen with fifteen students twenty seventeen hundred eight students and moving on and on. And now we're at a point now where we have two hundred eighty veterans and their dependents from twenty-five states participating in the program, so ADEMA little bit more about the mission. What is heroes to hives? What is it hope to do? Yeah. So really our mission is to take veterans and their dependents through a nine month intensive beekeeping, education course. And the idea is that we use beekeeping is an opportunity for veterans to continue to serve their country by protecting the most important managed pollinator on the planet, or by diversifying an existing farm to increase revenue streams, or maybe just doing just to have a hobby something to get you out, in, in get you engaged. But what we find in the program as they go through this nine months of being together. You know, seeing one another interacting with each other on in on ground workshops, these veterans start to build bonds, and the conversations that we see happening over the bees. Really go from things about biology and management to things that happened in combat or maybe experiences that we've had returning home struggling. And so here's the hive is much more than a beekeeping education program. It's an opportunity for veterans to reconnect and to have this broader mission that really gives us purpose. And a lot of a struggle with that. And when we come back, because I think I've heard you say Adam, you know, soldiers by nature are trained to serve, and now to be able to serve a very important pollinator. We don't have a lot of food is. And it's nurturing and healing. And just a great combination isn't it, it really is. And I think one of the things that resonates for a lot of veterans many of us, who served in the military, I'm not a combat veteran, but I've got a lot of friends who were and I was in combat a job in the military in the army, and one of the things that we see when individuals return back home from combat is when we're in combat oftentimes, we're tasked with destruction with going in taking over areas with, you know, really destroying enemy installations. But when we. We come home, you know, really, we want to kind of diversify the that ability to interact, not just from a destructive perspective, nurturing perspective. And that's what beekeeping offers individuals as they transition is an opportunity to come from that mindset of destruction to that mindset of nurturing taking care of this small animal. Now Cormac right from Ford Motor Company. Tell us how, and why Ford is interested in honeybees. Well, it also about a couple of years ago you said, in your introduction the with the plight of honeybees in general, I was aware of that. But to me, it was one of those abstract problems that global warming that whether how assaulted how what can you do? So I had introduced to our group, vice president of sustainability day option. Are the proposal to install honeybees at various locations throughout Ford, because we have such a large global footprint that it would be an. Opportunity for education of employees to have the conversation around, what challenges are facing bees? And as opposed to also get into the, the beekeeping world, it is really just as a tool to generate that interest and the conversation around and to learn what we can do you know what small steps, we all can do to potentially help out that pollinators and Cormac. So how did you and Adam get connected, and met and start working together. So as Primero rolling out our high at the world headquarters site, we had Adam in as a conversation as an entomologist asset discussed it the whole problem with these and in the car of our conversation. He was telling me about heroes, too high is under the issues. They had having a location in southeast Michigan. And to me, it just seemed like such a great opportunity to step in and upper, if we could help we were establishing high around the southeast, Michigan area, if we could dedicate to the highest program, it seemed like it would've it solves a couple of problems. And so as we looked into locations. The Ford groundskeepers and they made a proposal to us. So it was just too, too good to turn up was the cherry hill farm area, which was Henry Ford's old farm out in the canton area. And they had all these historic barns. Vada farmhouse. They had eight hundred acres there. And so they believe they used to use the farm area protesting tractors and implements and then growing solely for for, for their rating cross for experimentation. So they very kindly offered as a location for, for the hives, and then, also they've offered us five acres to convert into pollinator-friendly plantings. So we're coordinating with an organization called the butterfly funds who are providing us with pollinator-friendly seating. So we will have a mix of honeybee planting and butterfly friendly at pollination planting. So it just it seemed to be the right thing to do. To help. It was it was a great opportunity. And, you know, Cormac if you would because I think a lot of people still don't realize the tell people how important honeybees are to pollination, and what that means. Well, as you said earlier that they are responsible for over thirty five for Purdue pollinating for over thirty five percent of our agriculture crops grown in into, and w not just they DOS. So, and with the decline like thirty and forty percent year over year. I it's a huge impact. I believe it's it's in the region of twenty billion dollars in a US per year. So the, the loss of that people don't realize as if that gets lost really will have a significant impact on our lives. So Adam tell us a little bit more. How will you enforce be working together in an Arbor there? I think one of the real exciting things we have going on is at the cherry hill site. This site really not only does is steeped in Ford history. But it really is an opportunity for us as organization is heroes to highest we explore these corporate partnerships in which not only as four helping us by offering us a site, but we're also helping forward by offering our training to their employees. And in fact, we have two hundred eighty veterans in their dependence participating in the program, but we have four hundred forty four employees participating program, so you know, not only are we helping veterans helping our program as well. But as an organization as heroes hives, we realized that, you know, this, this crisis that we have with honeybees a real problem, and we have to take real action in order to make a difference. And. One of the things that I constantly hammer on with my students is we're in a situation where we don't need more beekeepers. We need more educated beekeepers because, because really an uneducated beekeeper is just killing bees year after year. And that's not helping the problem that's exacerbating the problem. And so the partnership with Ford really, what it goes to show is not only can we have an impact by helping veterans. But through these corporate relationships, we can also foster and promote this type of education within an organization. So Ford has a global sustainability initiative around pollinators. We want those individuals that want to be part of that initiative within Ford to be the best educated individuals so that they can actually contribute to this problem or to, to solving this problem with it, rather than contributing to the problem MS us land grant mission at its finest Cormac. Let me just ask you to summarize for those joining in on our conversation. What would you like them to know about this Ford, MSU partnership with honeybees, Adam saying that very kind the offered to the Ford employees, and it took us all out Baker prize with, with the? The great groundswell of supported gut from Ford, employees, wanting to participate and help out. I, I used to say when I started program here, it was like a an on the ground cult of beekeepers people come up and whisper to me. I keep these on the side. But now would know that, that wouldn't be open. It's more like the Catholic church. It has expanded and it's a great opportunity for people to be able to help awesome. Adam. Let me ask you the same thing, summarize your key points for the audience, it really for us. I mean, this is about serving veterans. It's about serving our communities, and it's about giving veterans an opportunity to continue to serve their communities by not only being a good beekeeper getting out there and training, beekeepers. So as we move forward with heroes to hives we've got a lot on our plate. One of them is continuing to expand in one of the exciting things we've got going on is we're actually training, some of our alumni to get out in their communities in trained to be other beekeepers. So we've got a lot going on. Inter people interested in learning. More about the programs can go to WWW dot heroes to hives dot com. We also are a fully donation run organization. So we're always looking for donations to support our veterans in our program. And I know I found you on Facebook by just searching for heroes to hives to where so many people are real Cormac. Thank you for your hospitality for this MSU project and for joining us on the show today. Thank you very much. For having Adam seemed, you always good to see you and keep up the good work. Thanks, russ. That's cormac. Right. He is Ford Motor company's global energy systems, project manager and adamant gray. Oh, who is a Michigan State University extension. Educator working leading this heroes, the hives program that we've been talking about, and I'm Russ white. This is MSU today. It's amazing. What a dime can do. Did you know Michigan leads the nation in recycling beverage containers because.

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"michigan state" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on The Lab

"Most how much was the Diane's injury contribute to that. I mean that that change the makeup of the roster during the season didn't give them as much time to gel as some of those. More experienced teams would have built over a couple of years. So I do wonder how much is injury has injury. Hurt them. Yeah. I mean, maybe, you know, Zayn Williamson almost like barely touched the ball down the stretch of that loss and a lot of people really killing our RJ Barrett for controlling so much of the game. So maybe he, you know, there's going to be egos with these guys that come in. And they're they're all sort of vying for that number one recruit spot. And so I don't know. I mean, and RJ Barrett's mind, maybe he was like look I was the number one recruit at various times over Zion. Like, why shouldn't I be taking these shots and he had times in the season in which he had to carry you Zion out. I don't know how much psychologically kind of goes into that. You can kind of tell whatever story you want in retrospect on that. But it is certainly true that we probably didn't see enough of Zion. Williamson sort of determining dukes destiny in the final five minutes of that game. I love the way he's the likely number three BIC in the NBA draft. And he's not the best player on his team. Right. That's pretty amazing. The one is also there. Yeah. It's an embarrassment of riches for well kneel, you sort of touched on it that Michigan state builds their teams kind of differently. They started to seniors a junior a sophomore and a freshman Duke started three freshman a sophomore ended junior. Jeff how much did the Spartans experience matter? Do you think? I mean, look, I think it mattered. But it's not like the be all end. All I mean, you look at the team that lost a middle. Tennessee state. What was it two years ago? I mean that team had Denzel Valentine and Bryan Forbes mce Stella they were all seniors, and they had just been to the final four. It was like an absolutely loaded with experienced team. And then they lost to middle Tennessee State as a two seat. So it's not some sort of magic bullet that is going to you know, automatically give your team. But I will say that you know, since that Duke team won with the winds. Lohan four and those guys you look at the last three national championships. You look at the two Nova teams you got last year's team as Brunson and bridges. I think our seniors. You look at the North Carolina teen had berry Jackson and all those guys who've been around for a while and already been doing finals. And then you look at the other Nova team got Josh hard. Chris django? I mean, they were very experienced teams. We are in a run of experience winning in this tournament. But it's hard to sort of split that off and say this is why Duke loss, and this is why Michigan state one Barrett's shooting aside. I guess you could argue that might have been a little experience. Right play. Right. Yeah. I mean, I think also aside from that star Laden. Anthony Davis Kentucky team that had a bunch of freshmen it's hard to find one of these like totally stocked with recruits freshman teams that won the national championship even further back than. Than the past couple of years. Like, you're saying, Jeff, so you know, we can get into the one and done implications in a second. But I do think that in general, it does seem to have been born out that teams that have more seasoned players tend to be the ones that actually win the championship even the one and done era, which I don't think a lot of people predicted. Right. Well, so the one and done role as you just mentioned is is probably it's likely going away. That's kept those freshmen talents like Zion in college. Instead of in the NBA there that first year if that rule does in fact, and how much will that affect teams like Duke and Kentucky that have used it quite a bit. Yeah. It does seem like Duke and Kentucky will be the hardest. Ones hit. I went back. And I looked at the five years leading up to the one and done rule that started in two thousand six and only ten percent of top fifty recruits, according to basketball reference, which has this like composite ranking went straight to the NBA. So it's like the majority of those top recruits actually, did go to college. But as you go up the ladder, you see that thirty six percent of top ten recruits were preps to pro guys and fifty percent of top five recruits were prep to pro in those five years, and those are the kind of recruits that do can Kentucky have been really dominating like Duke, like we said they had three each of the top three recruits in the past year's class. There have been years where Kentucky had like four of the top five or something like that. Or for the top six went there. And so those are the types of players that will sort of be off the board will that actually end up hurting the team's sort of downstream from them as much because you know, if Duke and Kentucky, you're gonna get there's, but there's less talent sort of globally in the college game to be able to tap into you'll be worrying about getting that fiftieth best player, if you're like, a mid major something or the seventy fifth best player, and that player will will have gone to a better school, and you'll sort of be left with kind of the scrap. Apps. Right. Although if all of the level falls by sort of an equal amount than any of this matter, and it'll just be that Zion would have been in the NBA. And that's it. I I don't know. I'm not actually sure how much it will matter. And also coach K was around way before this became a thing. I mean like, yeah, that's also true. This is like Leitner, and those was always seniors playing. So like, it's not like he doesn't know how to win without you know, five Uber. Freshman coming in each year. I think in some ways, I don't know about California. I was gonna say both of them. But I'm not really sure now think about California his team's always do seem like freshman heavy teams. I think coach K they could have better results. Well, it's not like seniors go undrafted in the NBA. Now, there are seniors. They're people who play all four years and still get drafted and still and still play buddy. He'll type. Yeah. Ever. I thought you were saying your buddy healed my buddy. You are friends with me, he'll rake guy. Great guy. So it's not like this completely changes the talent levels. I think I think it's probably a little bit overblown. Well, so in these four elite eight games, the younger team only won once which was Virginia that seems sort of interesting to me, so maybe experiences playing a role at least this year. If not always Michigan state has a fifty four percent chance to beat Texas Tech on Saturday. According to our model and in twenty eight percent chance to win it all, but let's talk about the odds of the rest of the final four Jeff what about Michigan state's opponent, Texas Tech? It's a fun university in Lubbock, Texas. I think that's an dry county. So that's a knock your thinking of going in Texas Tech other than that. I don't really have many nice things to say they played good defense. It's a if if you like block shots and shot clock violations and. Who doesn't? It sounds Glenn. Passes to floated off a defender and out of bounds and possibly reviewed. I mean, that's type basketball to go for. I mean, look, I do think Michigan's as a little more balanced. I think that Texas Tech is in every game because of their defense. So no reason to believe it will come down to the last few possessions. But ultimately like I think their offense will be their downfall. Eventually. But who knows I think I've said that for like the last three games Neil? What about Auburn? Well, Auburn is sort of the polar opposite of Texas Tech, which is like this amazing defensive team. In fact, Texas Tech is the number one defense in the country. According to Pomeroy efficiency stats, and they're only the thirtieth best offense. If you flip that around Auburn has the sixth best offense, but only the thirty ninth best defense in each case. It's this imbalance team in the case of Texas Tech and Auburn facing the very, balanced, Virginia and Michigan state both. Those teams ranked in the top ten on both sides of the ball. And so for Auburn, I think it's just all about scoring. And if you watch that game in which they closed out Kentucky, it was just about giving the ball to their guards, basically and asking them to win the game for them Bryce Brown and Jared Harper, I think combined for fifty points in that game. And they just sort of took turns there were times in which Bryce Brown was his taking threes. I think early in the game and knocking down everything he had a play where he likes saved the ball to himself out of bounds. And then had the presence of mind like step back behind the three point line in the corner and knock down a three. And then Jared Harper was just completely in control late in that game. And so you know, they do have the injury to chew MO who averaged twelve points for them during the season per game. But it does seem like as long as they have Brown and Harper and they get into one of these like tennis shootout type of contests. They have a chance. And I just want to say that I loved seeing Charles Barkley like in the studio the amount of like, Auburn gear increased. I think incrementally as the as the tournament went on like maybe he had like one stuff tiger next to him during auburn's like first game. But then as they were on the cusp of the final four he was like that whole side of the table was with all kinds of Auburn things. And so I don't know. It was great to see, you know, the biggest fan of that program. You know, be there to kind of see it happen and unfold in front of him. So I'm kind of rooting for Auburn because I do like to see these teams that traditionally aren't basketball powerhouses that said, I think Virginia's gonna win. Nations in a second. But I did love that Barclay called the win over Kentucky the greatest day in Auburn basketball history, which presumably includes all of his in basketball history. Without was that was pretty great Jeff what about auburn's opponent in Virginia. I think offerings going to win this game. We know you said let's hold off on the predictions. But I'm ready for the predictions right now.

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"michigan state" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on The Lab

"We'll do it live. Hello. And welcome to hot take down a sports podcasts from five thirty eight. This is shown where the hot takes of the sports world. Meet the numbers that proved them, right or tear them down. If you were a listener of the previous iteration of hot take done. Welcome back. And if your new we hope you like what you hear today is April second two thousand eighteen and I'm Sarah Ziegler. The assistant sports editor here at five thirty eight. I'm joined in the studio by one of my co hosts senior sportswriter, Neil pain. Hi neal. Hey, sara. How are you today? I am fantastic. How are you? Well, okay. And on the line from Los Angeles is five thirty eight sports editor Jeff foster. Hey, Jeff, Sara what's going on. Well, Jeff, I don't know. How you feel about your bracket? Mine. Not so great. I do have one team in the final four. How's your final four? I had to I had Virginia and Michigan state. That's my bad. I mean, it seems impossible with this. Final four that. Anyone would have a perfect foul four. Right. That got can't be. Yeah. It seems. It seems unlikely though known no Ersan has perfect file for I've never met anyone who fits that description. Neil. Would you like to describe your file for you know, it's doing? All right. Maybe we should just move on to talk about the tournament. We don't have to dwell on on certain things that make me sound incredibly egotistical. So I should say in case you out there in the listenership couldn't tell from all this chatter in the fivethirtyeight picking contest. I had the final four picked. Before the tournament. But I should say that that that's a little bit different than the final four that. I said I was going to pick on episode before as as Sarah kind of pointed out to me the other day. And it's totally the result of some hardcore research. I did. No, wait. I'm just kidding. It was the result of basically not remembering which teams I had previously picked in a in a test bracket and kind of hastily putting the bracket together before minutes before tip off on the opening Thursday. So I was gonna actually lot skill there. I was going to give myself credit here because I tore into your pick of Houston. And that's the one you change. So I feel. Oh, yeah. No, maybe like it seeped subconsciously. And I was like, you know, maybe maybe Houston is a bad, Pat. And I we were in the studio when you were saying all that. So I didn't have my bobblehead of Ed Oliver sitting on top of a horse licking his horse name Morio looking at me and saying pick Houston, I just want to say. Neil. You're welcome. I glad to have helped. Well, thank you. If we had any money writing on this company pool, which we totally don't know money. Now no-one no-one took the time to organize it. Because that person would have been me, and I didn't feel like it. So it's my own fault. Money out. But you know, we all have the pride and the tweets and four, and that's really what matter you have the tweets. Yeah. What else do you mean? Really? What matters. There's always next year. All right. Well on today's show. We're going to talk about all the excitement from the elite eight of the men's NCWA tournament. We'll examine the baseball teams that should be concerned about their week one performance and those that shouldn't and we'll take a deep dive into data with our rabbit hole of the week. But let's start with the tournament. Now that we have examined each other's final force. Those files floors are set in the women's bracket Yukon gets Notre Dame while Oregon meets Baylor and on the men's side Virginia faces Auburn and Michigan state takes on Texas Tech. We saw some great basketball to get here, including to overtime thrillers in the men's elite eight but the game of the weekend for me. Anyway, was Michigan state versus Duke, the Spartans got a last minute. Go ahead three pointer from Kenny goin- and held on for a one point win over Zion. Williamson and the blue doubles. Here's Michigan state coach Tom Izzo on taking down the overall number one seed, the respect everybody has for Duke is. Is why it's a big game. But I do think we beat arguably the best team in the country. Neal is all right is Duke actually, the best team in the country. You know, maybe talent wise, certainly we've been told by the media, I say that as though I'm not a member of that all year long that this was the best team in the country. The most talented team had one of the best recruiting classes ever. I think it was the first team in our sort of current era where you can go back and look at internet recruiting trackers the first team to land each of the top three recruits in the country. In RJ Barrett. Sign Williamson and Cam reddish. They spent eight weeks at number one in the AP poll they were number four in the preseason. But immediately jumped up to number one. So those are all sort of like the eye test says this might have been the most talented team, but we should say that going into the tournament Ken Pomeroy power ratings, which we you know, as good stat heads tend to kind of favor didn't have them at number one that was Virginia. And in fact, they didn't even have them at number two that was Gonzaga going into the tournament and they struggled pretty badly when they were winning to even get to the Michigan state game. They were pretty lucky to win against central Florida and Virginia Tech. And so our model said that Michigan state had about thirty three percent chance of beating Duke in that game. So it wasn't like some kind of colossal upset that you would expect. When you have the other team saying like, hey, we beat a better team. You know, we'd beat the best team in the country. Yeah. Is maybe is fine for that. Some of that mystique of Duke. More than what the pure numbers. And maybe the way Izzo tends to build teams. He doesn't quite go through as much of the one and done. You know, Uber talent high school recruit freshmen model, and so I think maybe he's trying to kind of position his program as being sort of this like underdog, it's almost like the bell attack in nobody believed this narrative Lil little of that mixed into. But I think also, you know, he's more about we get these players, and we try to gel together a team over the course of two three years rather than just go out and get the best recruits each year shy. I mean, this spread was only a point and a half. So. It's a toss up, and and you know, and even within that betting spread you have the sort of baked in Duke bias where you're going to get a lot of money that's gonna pull the line down. Because a lot of people are going to bet on Duke. So I don't really think it was an upset per se. But it is funny. How it is funny. How Neil's like well, they're the best in terms of skill at basketball. But. Well, it's weird right though. Because I think we were all expecting this team, especially you know, they they went through that period where they were missing Zion. And they lost some games to North Carolina. And but they got him back. They want storm through the ACC tournament. And so I thought I think a lot of people expected them to just come out firing in the tournament. And so for them to have these sort of underwhelming close call wins and then come out and lose. I do think that qualifies as sort of a disappointing outcome for them, given how much talent just on paper that they had and the level that when they were playing their best they seem to be able to achieve at various times during the season, they weren't able to sustain that with any kind of consistency. Especially not in the games that mattered the most

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"michigan state" Discussed on The Lab

The Lab

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on The Lab

"We'll do it live. Hello. And welcome to hot take down a sports podcasts from five thirty eight. This is the show where the hot takes of the sports world. Meet the numbers that proved them, right or tear them down. If you were listener of the previous iteration of hot take done. Welcome back. And if your new we hope you like what you hear today is April second two thousand nineteen and I'm Sarah Ziegler. The assistant sports editor here at five thirty eight. I'm joined in the studio by one of my co hosts senior sportswriter, Neil pain. Hi, neil. Hey, sara. How are you today? I am fantastic. How are you? Well, okay. And on the line from Los Angeles is five thirty eight sports editor Jeff Auster. Hey, Jeff, sir. What's going on? Well, Jeff, I don't know. How you feel about your bracket? Mine. Not so great. I do have one team in the final four. How's your final four to? I had Virginia. And Michigan state. That's not bad. I mean, it seems impossible with this. Final four that. Anyone would have a perfect final four. Right. That that can't be. Yeah. It seems it seems unlikely though known no Burson has a perfect file for. I've never met anyone who fits that description. Neil. Would you like to describe your final four, you know, it's doing? All right. Maybe we should just move on to talk about the tournament. We don't have to dwell on on certain things that make me sound incredibly egotistical. So I should say in case you out there in the listenership couldn't tell from all this chatter in the fivethirtyeight picking contest. I had the final four picked. Before the tournament. But I should say that that that's a little bit different than the final four that. I said I was going to pick on the episode before as Sarah kind of pointed out to me the other day. And it's totally the result of some hardcore research. I did. No, wait. I'm just kidding. It was the result of basically not remembering which teams I had previously picked in a in a test bracket and kind of hastily putting the bracket together before minutes before tip off on the opening Thursday. So I was gonna actually lot skill there. I was gonna give myself credit here because I tore into your pick of Houston. And that's the one you change. So I feel. Oh, yeah. No. Maybe like it seeped. Yeah. You know? Subconsciously? And I was like, you know, maybe maybe Houston is a bad, Pat. And I we were in the studio when you were saying all that. So I didn't have my bobblehead of Ed Oliver sitting on top of a horse licking his horse. Name Oreo looking at me and saying pick Houston. I just wanna say Neil. You're welcome. Glad to have helped. Well, thank you. If we had any money writing on this company pool, which we totally don't but ties. Because there's no money now no-one no-one took the time to organize it. And because that person would have been me, and I didn't feel like it. So it's my own fault. Money out. But we all have the pride and the tweets and four, and that's really what matter. Yeah. The tweets. Yeah. What else do you mean? Really? What matters. There's always next year. All right. Well on today's show. We're going to talk about all the excitement from the elite eight of the men's NC double A tournament. We'll examine the baseball teams that should be concerned about their week one performance and those that shouldn't and we'll take a deep dive into data with our rabbit hole of the week. But let's start with the tournament. Now that we have examined each other's final force. Those files floors are set in the women's bracket Yukon gets Notre Dame while Oregon meets Baylor and on the men's side Virginia faces Auburn and Michigan state takes on Texas Tech. We saw some great basketball to get here, including to overtime thrillers in the men's elite eight but the game of the weekend for me. Anyway, was Michigan state versus Duke, the Spartans got a last minute. Go ahead three pointer from Kenny goin- 's and held on for a one point win over Zion. Williamson and the blue doubles. Here's Michigan state coach Tom Izzo on taking down the overall number one seed, the respect everybody has for Duke is is why it's a big game. But I do think we beat arguably the best team in the country. Neal is all right is Duke actually, the best team in the country. You know, maybe talent wise, certainly we've. I've been told by the media, I say that as though I'm not remember that all year long that this was the best team in the country. The most talented team had one of the best recruiting classes ever. I think it was the first team in our sort of current era where you can go back and look at internet recruiting trackers the first team to land each of the top three recruits in the country. In our j Barrett sign Williamson and Cam reddish, they spent eight weeks at number one in the AP poll they were number four in the preseason. But immediately jumped up to number one. So those are all sort of like the eye test says this might have been the most talented team, but we should say that going into the tournament Ken Pomeroy power ratings, which we you know, as good stat heads tend to kind of favor didn't have them at number one that was Virginia. And in fact, they didn't even have them at number two that was Gonzaga going into the tournament and they struggled pretty badly when they were winning to even get to the Michigan state game. They were pretty lucky to win against central Florida and Virginia Tech. And so our model said that Michigan state had about thirty three percent chance of beating Duke in that game. So it wasn't like some kind of colossal upset that you would expect. When you have the other team saying, hey, we beat a better team. You know, we'd beat the best team in the country. Yeah. Is maybe is fine for that. Some of that mystique of Duke. More than what the pure numbers. And maybe the way Izzo tends to build teams. He doesn't quite go through as much of the one and done. You know, Uber talent high school recruit freshmen model, and so I think maybe he's trying to kind of position his program as being sort of this like underdog, it's almost like the bell attack in nobody believed this narrative Lil little of that mixed into. But I think also, you know, he's more about we get these players, and we try to gel together a team over the course of two three years rather than just go out and get the best recruits each year. I mean, spread was only a point and a half. So. It's a toss up, and and you know, and even within that betting spread you have the sort of baked in Duke bias where you're going to get a lot of money that's gonna pull the line down. Because a lot of people are going to bet on Zeke. So I don't really think it was an upset per

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"michigan state" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Would you've said Virginia they were the least pick number one see who were the other five seeds. Mclovin. Could you check that out? And you got some football schools thrown in here. Which is interesting. You know, when you think of Auburn, Texas Tech Michigan state to a certain degree, but Tom is who's done such a wonderful job there. And then you've got Virginia in there. So the final four is set. And this is just like we all predicted, right? Michigan state Virginia Texas Tech in Arbor. Michigan state. We're used to seeing them get to this far this level Virginia hasn't been to the final four since nineteen Eighty-four. Auburn in Texas Tech have never been here before. So it should be site exciting. I'm sure that CBS is probably going certainly would be nice to have Zion Williamson in here. I mean, if you could say, can we can we have a mulligan here? Can we get Zion on Texas Tech or something hire him as? Than analysts. Are we do that? There you go. That's a good idea. And let's go down to Zion. Williamson who's there with Tom Izzo zone. He is available. He did hint that he may go pro though didn't now. Yes, he hinted at it. Yeah. He hinted that. You know, here's another thing. You're looking for some excitement. You may not have known who was on Purdue. I mean, you found out Carson Edwards is on Purdue. We found out nobody else's on Purdue. But you are watching something ex. You know, unbelievably exciting Texas Tech is an interesting team. But when I say boy they play smothering defense. Okay. Auburn Auburn will put up some shots. They'll put up some threes here. Michigan state. You know, you look at Tom Izzo when he does it with injuries and he got his team back here. Again, if the tournament is taught us anything it's at this level..

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"michigan state" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You do. Do we both have Virginia Tech Mississippi State who do you have going on to the next round five? Tekere miss. You got. I'm with the I attack on Maryland LSU. I have Maryland you Alice, you have Maryland gal who do you have winning Maryland gal? I'm torn here. But I'm I'm VIN Parise. He he he's got me convinced the convinced me of going to terms, and I feel if I'm gonna regret this. I haven't exported and saved yet. So I still could go BULLDOGS Miguel. I'll lean on what you think before. I give you Maryland me too. I'm gonna go back with you turn on the bulldog. Optical barrow. I've Minnesota Michigan state. I got Michigan state Spartans to buddy. I think it's too much. I have Minnesota and Louisville Michigan state married. I of the Spartans go Michigan state and Maryland, I do too. I have. Yeah. And I think you're gonna have to do. I right. Yep. Yep. So we're down to the regia. Finally, we both have the same regional final in the east, which is Duke. Michigan state. All right. Let's head out west house opening a roadmap. You'll keep up the left side of the bracket. If you're following at home. If you're listening to our podcast labeled three four o'clock this afternoon, the tournaments already done can't allow that. But we want you to sign up for the task of the Meuse bracket challenge. What's on the line for you is a side rundown. Everybody that's on the crew. Maybe we would get Darwin's autograph. Why not right? Should we should actually take today's rundown? A great name visits the opener of the tournament. Not a bad idea actually, take today's rundown is anything. Are you going to print out like a special one, Mike? Yeah. Gonzaga fairly tickets at Fairleigh Dickinson at a victory Dayton. Now. They're taking on the view in the BULLDOGS. I got kids. I got Kansakar to not right. I mean. Listen, they're going to be locked in Gonzaga. They really are. They're just gonna be too much. They're going to be too much to efficient offense where they shoot everything about them. It's just it's all the way from all, right? Eight nine matchup the bears.

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"michigan state" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"But yeah, I was sweating out today in. But it went exactly how expecting I didn't think TCU you were getting in. So I I really wasn't surprised by the teams I got in. But I am happy that like I said it was a nice tip of the cap to in Indiana who again had record fifteen into banner. Yeah. I mean, you sweat Michigan state to job. Michigan state is the two in the east. I tweeted this right at right after Michigan state beat Michigan on the big ten championship. And I just wanted to expand on it that that the job the Tom Izzo did this year, Mr. Marsh, she's officially Mr. margin stole it back from John beat them twice in March. I I I don't know coming into season you lose two lottery picks in miles bridges. Jaren Jackson you have link for its hurt for most the season. He's Al goes down in this game. Yeah. He he he fucks up his ankle Kevin ware shit. He's he's had a bad back for most of the year already. We saw towns. Yes, they're all in the silent. Anyway, Nick wards out with his fractured hand like the roster. Even at the roster was healthy like when we were at the champions classic. My first takeaway when Kansas kind of kick Michigan state's asking the Michigan state made a close at the end. And we did the podcast Indianapolis. I said Michigan state's good. But like, there's an obvious ceiling. They don't have obvious NBA talent on this roster. I don't I don't really trust that they're going to be that great this year. And then they had a ton of adversity and they still win like they have all these injuries. They still won the big ten regular season. They swept Michigan. They beat him three times. They win the big ten tournament. It's incredible. So shut up the Michigan state. I really really generally hope. Michigan state. This is no disrespect to Louisville. Minnesota Bradley anybody that they're going to end up playing. But I really hope they have like a at least like an elite run because I hope that this season is on the remembered by Michigan state fans, I think at this point will obviously be following remember 'cause it's exactly what you said have watched the team that there are so many limitations to the Michigan state team this year. And then you have a guy like mcquaid in this game. Yeah. Just is seven thirteen from threes. And just plays completely out of his mind in cash Winston is just somehow fighting him every single he's accidentally cutting to the basket on a baseline cut. And then caches throws perfect bounce pass. And he's throwing with his left hand getting like that are happening at this point for this team. But I did point out to you. And I. Who knows that? This is reality. This is just a takeaway. I would say I believe much more in what Michigan is able to do in the tournament's far as going deep, and you say John is Mr. March, I think for me mislead arches still be line until until change in the tournament. So beeline earn Taylor these days. Yeah. It's been be lines Middleton. She's middleton. NC state was the time when she took the crown Mr..

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"michigan state" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

10:40 min | 2 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Locations in southeast Michigan including nine oh, four west Eisenhower Parkway here in Ann Arbor promised some legit or overreaction to to you know, I pose yesterday. Congratulations. Michigan state. Michigan wasn't in play. It's best basketball. And they've got an iron out, Jordan pool. This led to a lot of responses back and here are some of the legitimate, overreaction statements that were said to me in my mentions the first one. Caches Winston sure did dominate Xavier Simpson. I guess we can put this talk talk behind us. That Simpson is a cashless Winston killer. That's legit now. Now, okay, second half as legit the first half that he catches once dominant. Abra Simpson is knowledge it I do think he because the thing about Xavier Simpson is because I was looking up some of the stats when he was nominated. Here's a finalist for the NCWA wooden defensive player of the year. And beeline to kind of touched on this. A lot of point guards have come in to in Arbor. None of them have looked like that. I mean, the only other one I can think of its Cowan last year. The Cowan last week was not very good. You know, it took a got ten points. But it took him forever to get there. And Carson Edwards did not have a good game against Michigan. He's had a good game against everybody. Not against Michigan. And you can go down the list. I mean, there's guys who were in the NBA. Now, there's guys who are going to be all big ten all American type point guards. Simpson has shut everybody down. So if relatively speaking Winston did dominate because he didn't look like he was facing Xavier Simpson. He looked like he was facing a standard replacement level point guard. No, he did not dominate him. Because a lot of those points came late Xavier Simpson had himself a nice game. He was he was probably Michigan's most consistent offensive player. And again was doing things on the defensive end that maybe weren't appreciate it. Because I mean, I think when it's out to he was getting hit every play with ball screens. And he was still there on defense still persisting things like that. So so no, I don't think dominated is the right word. I also don't think it dominated with the right word last year. You know, it's just sometimes players are going to have better or worse games than their counterpart in these two guys have. I mean that was probably like the thirtieth time they've played each other in their careers. So it's it's just going to happen. Yeah. I don't think a dominating the interesting is before before all the free throws at the end. I think Xaver Simpson actually had more points than cash now catches Wednesday had a good day as an assist man is a distributor at eight. Assists Xavier Simpson had to. Part of that was the stagnant of the of the Michigan offense part of the fact that Michigan state dropped off of you know, sagged off of Simpson and essentially dared him to shoot three pointers, which he did he shot seven of a may two. I'd like to see a few of those. I mean, I I know the ideas of your open you take them. But when you're hitting thirty percent of your threes. I don't I don't think he'd you take seven in a game. But I mean, look most of the times that the cash had success was on the switches was on Taskey hedging too long was the idea that Betty that he was matched up with zebra Simpson. In a one on one game. Just is this false. Yeah. That wasn't what took place yesterday. There wasn't a one on one game. There wasn't. You know, you didn't see catches Winston stepping back and drew in a three pointer with Jordan pool right in his face. You didn't see caches Winston beating zebra Simpson off the dribble and having this great layup Xavier is ever Simpson. Like standing there looking at it. I mean that didn't happen. So individual matchup. I don't think it's fair to catch us wants to have a better overall game zebra Simpson. Yes. He did. Did that mean that he dominated Xavier Simpson absolutely positively not by the way? Winston had eight free throws in the final three minutes. But Simpson also had to lay ups so Winston was outscoring him. It wasn't okay by crazy amount. I think I think Winston soundly outplayed Simpson dominated is not the word. I would use any final thoughts. They're miss. Not really. Michigan state a people came out. Michigan state. Michigan dropped down tonight. All right. Michigan needs to get bigger and stronger they had too many rebounds taken away from them. They were clearly the physically softer team. So. What is this one of those ones that like always comes up every time Michigan loses. I will say there's people that. I mean, and I remember who called us up on the show was. But we don't need a nave that Michigan is soft and one, and I got another one because I responded that one person said look at Iggy he might be the softest team. He needs to get in the weight room. C which so fans fans are welcome to their opinion. And I try not to I'm trying to like not be. So mean. But that's just you're not paying attention. You're not doing any even remote level of research. That'd be like someone calling up to our show and saying MS talks too much. Or or is that doesn't talk enough. Right. That's probably a better. Zach I never hear from Zach on the show. Josh is the one talking to us as Burtel MS shut up, man. Much, but it's just like like so remotely Amin so inaccurate. And I mean that one's a little weird because like living by diabetic three that narrative that has been true for be lines teams before but to sit here and say Michigan doesn't do enough in the weight room is just. Moronic to mean because that's how I feel. No, I think I I tweeted out actually I'll wait till the next one because I know it's coming. But no, I think if you if you believe that Michigan is not a physically strong team at these guys need to hit the weight room because because Michigan state physically dominating the push them round. Then I've got a five letter word for you. And it starts with an I and ends with a T got a DO in the middle of it. L he kind of whittled that one down. I was like oh invisible. Because it's it's it's asinine. It's absolute asinine. I mean, look when when big big players when guys that are bigs put the ball down low. It's an opportunity for guards to take the ball away. We saw it against Minnesota last week. That's what happens. Okay. That's not having. That's not someone out Ma just someone like you're not expecting it. You don't have the greatest grip on it. And someone just comes and smacks at your hand. I don't recall that many times where where they're boxing out was so bad that you know, they were getting pushed around like getting pushed around is such a overplayed thing, it's a lot about positioning. And it's a lot about making a commitment to being down near the basket. Save your Simpson. Probably had what do you have yesterday five or six rebounds? Yeah. I don't I didn't see him have the ball taken away from him. Once he's plenty strong John test you when you look at him right now compared to what he was a freshman year. He has plenty strong got a couple of shots up yesterday when he was getting hacked. Ibra stake is the what was key, John Sanderson? The coach would not let them do a certain type of weightlifting because he was too physically. Like, he's already jacked. Yeah. Yeah. So that idea is just beyond stupid that they're not physically strong enough. Now, again, you want to argue that in a crucial moment that game they made too many mistakes and that they were mentally fragile. They're mentally had lapses. I agree with you. Put this whole idea that they are physically soft is. Yes, you if you disagree with us here is an assignment the game is up on YouTube. I'm sure you could find it in other ways to go track. How many rebounds were true fifty fifty rebounds and in in track? And maybe I'm wrong. But it seemed like, you know, I thought test was putting in work and the rebound. I mean, they out rebounded Michigan state by five in the first half. And and they got way more offense of rebounds than I would have expected in twelve on twenty nine thirty seven makes or thirty misses a lot of MRs but still that's a decent amount of offensive rebounds. And their defensive rebounding was probably not it's best. But Michigan state probably the best offense rebounding team. They'll face all season got grandparents asked me a couple of weeks ago. Why does it seem like Michigan doesn't try on offense of rebounds? And I said, well, you're right. They don't they literally don't because they need to get back. And that's something to keep in mind. I mean, you know, they were they they would rather have transition defense stops and offensive rebounds. So, you know. Go look at the true. Fifty fifty you guys. Both go up. It's a fifty fifty chance that someone else gets it. If Michigan state one more than Michigan did then I will admit defeat. But I just I don't think physical strength. I don't think contact courage for the issues on on Sunday. No, absolutely. Not. I talked to my so I'm not going. I mean, I mean, they're I mean listening to the game. There were a couple of times that there were you know, lately, you said Zach there are a lot of fifty fifty rebound opportunities. And I think one that really got step stood out was, you know, tests, e may have just jumped too soon to get a rebound or something of that nature towards the end of the contest and. Going Michigan state's way. But the say that the team is not strong that they're soft as it's eh degree GIS. That's that's a little ridiculous. All right. Very renowned weight or legit or reaction. Michigan played uninspired basketball. They played with no heart will tackle that one on their side. You can guess guess how I feel about that one seven three four nine hundred ten fifty hot on sports talk on fifty WT together..

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"michigan state" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"After like at Maryland at IU at Nebraska at Minnesota. Like, those are the road games. Those are all winnable telephone in the morning. Yeah. Now, those are chance I feel like that. I'm still gonna ride Michigan state because I think like we talked about this before I don't know this Michigan state team. The best in the big ten. But I I would like to see I mean, I think it's fun for Purdue to win a regular season the big ten and then we have a nice little tournament. And you know, see Michigan can pull it off again. And yeah, I'm I'm intrigued with Nick, you know, things can have. I'm intrigued I'm intrigued that the lebatardshow UC failure trained. Michigan. Michigan state sought the police other twice. That's gonna be. I dunno. It's it. It is definitely interesting. I think there is a way Purdue if you're looking at the victim status, and you're like well produced gonna fall back at some point. I'm just saying that's not necessarily true. I don't think I don't think Purdue is a better team for the Michigan. Michigan state. I don't think they're better suited for a tournament. Run. The neither of those teams. But they still might win the big ten just because of the schedule shakes out in in. You win the games in front of you. That's all you can do Tate. This what we know? Last outlays. I wanna do a quick Fred Hoiberg watch. Because we we will we let this slip date on January seventh Zach Lowe wrote an article about Fred Hoiberg. And there was this quote from Zach Lowe r from Fred Hoiberg. I'm sorry in the article he said, I'm not prioritizing one over the other respect to the NBA college. The jobs are so different that you cannot compare them. So I plan on evaluating whatever opportunities may come independently. I don't know how we let this one slip through the cracks. But Fred Hoiberg is on record as saying he he's willing to come back to college Tate. That was the big thing was like he didn't like to recruit that was the big stories of he he didn't want to be in college. What he he's got the Brad Stevens bug where I'm done with college. I'm a I'm an MBA guy for the rest of my life. But then this quote comes out that actually he's interested in college. So just keep an eye on that got UCLA still-open Nebraska is an interesting one there on a five game losing streak, Tim miles. This felt like this head to be the year for Nebraska in its spoiler alert, so far not the year. So that could be interesting. The worst could see I could see Hoiberg brisket. That'd be awesome. Actually, that'd be great. I mean, he needs he should go back to the big ten. That's where he belongs. So I'm hoping Maryland one of those teams the real the real thing that's going to hurt Hoiberg which is happening at the moment as we speak as Luke one's going to get fired from the Lakers. You know what? I mean, he's going to be done. And then it's going to be Luke Walton deciding where he wants to be a champion does. He wanna go to his alma mater, Arizona and try to be a champion. Does. He want to go to UCLA whereas dad played in obviously calls a bunch of games there. And try to be a champion, and you can stay in L A. That is the that is the next war. That's the bidding war that. I have coming show Miller begun Arizona trying to go for Luke Walton and get the splashy higher get past everything. And then UCLA doing the same thing once an MBA guy. So they're going after Luke Walton, and we can all all we can do is think LeBron James for all this because now get Luke Walton in the fold and then Fred Hoiberg. We'll see where it goes. I got fingers crossed for a big ten team. Hopefully, Maryland will see what happens with that. Balu kwanza wanna keep an eye on because LeBron's done LeBron's dome with everybody in LA, if unless you're LeBron's agent one of his friends or. Your Magic Johnson. You're pretty much your own chopping block die get out of here. Yeah. It that's what it is..

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"michigan state" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"They've had no post presence in basically had no post presence whatsoever. Joon Morgan can go down there and post up, but that's not like drawn Morgan on the low block works because it just like a sampling of his you don't want that to be the main course with him. You just want these versatile. That's what makes them so good. You don't want him just going down on the block and posting up every single time down the court. So they needed they needed a postal guy and their three point shooting is really the the big thing. It's been horrendous. The he's not shooting threes. Twenty one percent something like that in big Tim place. Crazy. Yeah. So they get the Ron Davis back. He's got he's had the bum angle for a little while in. He's he's kind of been out. He's been battling injuries. Also, like just the little out of shape his whole career. He plays twenty five minutes in this game against Michigan state, try to guess how many times do Ron Davis who is a junior has played twenty before that game against Michigan state. How many times does he played twenty five minutes in single-game zero in his entire career zero one other time, then it's like a shitty non conference game Hampton or something like that? So you get him in there. He's Ican actually play a little bit. And he's he's he's conditioning is decent enough. And he's not her everything's going. Well, he made a huge difference. And the devante green is back from his suspension his mysterious suspension that every single person on earth notes with the suspension actually was even though they haven't actually disclosed it. He gets back from suspension, and he goes three four from the three point line. And then out there starts hitting threes as well. Roll mill hit one step back was Ryazan. So my point is like it does it makes sense now that it happened. And I understand you can realize the discount now that now that I beat Michigan. State. It's not it's not like a game that I look back on. I'm like we how did that happen? It kind of actually makes sense to me how happened this isn't this isn't the IUD gave from two thousand two in the tournament. Where I look back on that. I still all these years later have no fucking clue. How Indiana do that? The this is not that. This is a game where I was like, yeah. Has players a doin mortgage going out? I don't think it necessarily was a good thing for you. But the turn it into a positive Ron Davis played more. He was oppose presidents commanded a double team videos in those baby hoax. Yes, they're coming around. So it's it's a weird way. I dunno. I dunno where I'm going. We're in a weird way. I was going to say do you think it's a it's one of those things where link has been number two Morgan all year in the morning goes down in this game. Because it did feel like at a certain point like I said Archie Miller, which is looking at Romeo link. I was like you gotta go I so and get a buck and Romeo. We're way we got like a little bit of a groove. And then even forced her like I haven't seen Jake Forster play that much annuity came in. You know, when he's getting recruiter and everything he came in this game. And gave you know a few good minutes. And then Justin Smith had a good game. He had a double double as well. So I mean, there was if you just looked at the two teams on the floor Indiana looks like the more athletic team and the team with more lanes in the you definitely that would be more imposing but Michigan state just usually plays a better game. And then this one in the NFL away to win because of Romeo Langford pretty much. Thank you for. Thank you for saving me because I was very close to say better thoughtful on Morgan doesn't this? I'm the Morgan theory. There you go. I was like someone please please step in its aby. I I will also there's also this..

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"michigan state" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Final score produce Seventy-three. Michigan state sixty three Purdue Purdue was unranked in the people at tip up. But I had the Anchorage twenty-second in Sunday mornings top twenty five one. Because as I've said before the resume is better than the record Pru. Entered the game with Michigan state just thirteen and six overall. But five of the six losses are top thirty five teams all losses are away from home. So I'm not surprised Purdue one even though I did pick Michigan state on Thursday nights podcast win. But I did not expect Purdue to be thirty seven nineteen at the half. Norlander? I know you watched it was it just one of those days for the Spartans or something more. I say was more about Purdue than Michigan state and credit to produce for what it was able to do in the first half. If if if it's only managing a ten or twelve point lead instead of getting up by twenty two twenty four points, then it could have gone could've gone differently for how ineffective Purdue are Michigan state was on office in the first half. I thought that was the standout thing because the boiler makers are not exceptional on defense. I still think there are working progress on that end. But as a team that is consistently still rated well across multiple metrics an impressive fifth straight win. And in fact, produce only dropped one game since December sixteenth that game. Yes. At Michigan state Sparty bloom out so a little bit of retribution some revenge here. No real concern with MS you. I mean, it had thirteen in a row its first regular-season loss and more than a year in the big ten, and that's tough end you to win at particularly when produce. To potential first team all American and and some good size overall. So good on Purdue. That's that's two to cancel out not a lot but just to balance the scale in the season series against Michigan state is going to be really good resume insurance down the road for MSU. You know, what you take the loss in league? It's the first loss. I still think that's the best team in the big ten. But yeah, I mean, they're now tied up standings with Michigan inside the big ten and then produce actually just behind him to losses. But otherwise everyone else has three or more, including as you noted Maryland taking just an absolutely horrendous loss on a neutral floor against Illinois on Saturday Madison Square Garden, it's real Dinger. Michigan by the way, it's next game is home against Ohio State, but overall with Michigan state. Think they'll be fine. I don't think it's too much to to overreact to here. I think it's more about Purdue them getting a really quality win. And if anything reminding people of of how dangerous they can be outside of Carson Edwards who didn't have a great game here, by the way, the got a lot of contribution elsewhere and credit to no jail eastern. Who is not a good foul shooter. Michigan state went to him and fouled him put him on the line. He hit four big free thrust down the stretch to salt away that win. Yeah. Like, you mentioned Michigan state is now tied in the loss column in the big ten standings with Michigan. So you know, it's different than it. Otherwise would have been. But you know, this is going to be called and upset like when you turn on television. They'll be like did you hear about Purdue upsetting Michigan state and Purdue actually closed as a one and a half point favorite in this game out in Vegas. So it wasn't technically upset. Yeah. An unranked team beat a top Tintin. But from an is maker's perspective not actually an upset. So you don't wanna be down thirty seven nineteen. That's not good. But. A loss at Purdue just move on. You know, if you talk the time is right now, I'm sure he's not happy with this result. But I bet he would take eighteen in three through twenty one games with thirteen game winning streak in there. Will we talked earlier about his Kentucky National championship contender? I think the answer is is is. Yes..

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"michigan state" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"michigan state" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Monday through Friday talking about and going back to everything that had been going on around the Michigan state Spartans. Their involvement in the Larry Nassar, sexual assault cases, sexual abuse cases, that had run rampant through USA gymnastics, and it's certainly involved. Michigan state in the ways that are well documented at this point well Wednesday afternoon. A new chapter was added to all of this. And it's a reminder of something that we probably don't give enough credit to which is that when we talk about leadership being in a position of power. Finding your way there. However, you made your way to that path. And however old you are there. Whatever you've done along the way does not make you a capable leader. That just the benefit of time and position do not make you a quick to handle situations in the way that they deserve to be handled. And that was the case with John Engler who is now the former interim president at Michigan State University who resigned under pressure from school trustees academic administrators alumni and survivors of the abuse of Larry Nassar. The board of trustees allowed him to resign rather than fire him as a cleaner. Blake brakes for a guy who was the former state governor in Michigan. And who in his time, and we're taking notice of this now ever since he took over as the interim president has not been doing any favors to Michigan state or the cause of the survivors of the abuse of Larry Nassar. The final straw in this situation. Came during an interview with the Detroit News this past Friday. Where angler in that article was quoted as saying there are a lot of people who are touched by this survivors who haven't been in the spotlight in some ways, they have been able to deal with this better than the ones who have been in the spotlight who are still enjoying that moment at times, you know, the awards and the recognition. Enjoying the recognition. The audacity of that statement from someone who is again, not only supposed to be in a leadership position. But who is Sumed this role? As interim president. Who assumed this role after all of this had happened after all of the initial wave of this horror and the shock of a situation that we all know played out very publicly where we saw a defiant group of survivors, take back their lives in a very public setting where we saw all of this take place, and we all collectively denounced a monster and said that was the easy part of this. The hard part was holding accountable. The people in this situation who had stood by and let this all happen. And so you have all of that is the backdrop for this guy getting me position that he has at Michigan state, and then for someone who forgetting again, all the number of things, and I encourage you Sarah Spain wrote a piece for ESPN w dot com yesterday. But details a lot of this in ways that I cannot do Justice to because Sarah's much more well versed in this area..

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