18 Burst results for "Montana Tech"

"montana tech" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"montana tech" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Now some of you may remember Ole maybe six months ago doctor Michael masters was on the the program he's the professor of anthropology at Montana tech and he lays out a rather interesting theory in his book identified flying objects a multi disciplinary scientific approach to the UFO phenomena and basically his model is that the pilots of these U. UFOs there us from the future from the future on earth and they're coming back to study yes so to put it more fully the beings who are commonly referred to as aliens or extraterrestrials due to their supposedly interplanetary traveler actually what masters referred to as extra ten past reels as he believes that they're a distant future evolution of humankind who travel back in time on disk shaped craft to study their evolutionary ancestors which is to say US fascinating idea all right more my conversation and your calls as we delve into time travel with Richard Todd right here on coast to coast AM message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if there were a business degree then advance your career skills.

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"montana tech" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"montana tech" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Now some of you may remember old maybe six months ago doctor Michael masters was on the the program he's the professor of anthropology at Montana tech and he lays out a rather interesting theory in his book identified flying objects a multi disciplinary scientific approach to the UFO phenomena and basically his model is that the pilots of these U. UFOs there us from the future from the future on earth and they're coming back to study yes so to put it more fully the beings who are commonly referred to as aliens or extraterrestrials due to their supposedly interplanetary travel or actually what masters referred to as extra ten past reels as he believes that they're a distant future evolution of humankind who travel back in time on disk shaped craft to study their evolutionary ancestors which is to say US fascinating idea all right more my conversation and your calls as we delve into time travel with Richard Todd right here on coast to coast AM message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if there were a business degree that advance your career skills.

Michael masters US Richard Todd professor of anthropology Montana
"montana tech" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"montana tech" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Now some of you may remember maybe six months ago doctor Michael masters was on the the program he's the professor of anthropology at Montana tech and he lays out a rather interesting theory in his book identified flying objects a multi disciplinary scientific approach to the UFO phenomena and basically his model is that the pilots of these U. UFOs there us from the future from the future on earth and they're coming back to study yes so to put it more fully the beings who are commonly referred to as aliens or extraterrestrials due to their suppose it interplanetary travel or actually what masters referred to as extra ten past reels as he believes that they're a distant future evolution of human kind who travel back in time on disk shaped craft to study their evolutionary ancestors which is to say US fascinating idea all right more my conversation and your calls as we delve into time travel with Richard Todd right here on coast to coast AM message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if there were a business degree then advance your career skills.

Michael masters US Richard Todd professor of anthropology Montana
"montana tech" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"montana tech" Discussed on KTOK

"Now some of you may remember Ole maybe six months ago Dr Michael masters was on the the program he's the professor of anthropology at Montana tech and he lays out a rather interesting theory in his book identified flying objects a multi disciplinary scientific approach to the UFO phenomena and basically his model is that the pilots of these U. UFOs there us from the future from the future on earth and they're coming back to study yes so to put it more fully the beings who are commonly referred to as aliens or extraterrestrials due to their supposedly interplanetary traveler actually what masters referred to as extra ten past reels as he believes that they're a distant future evolution of humankind who travel back in time on disk shaped craft to study their evolutionary ancestors which is to say US fascinating idea all right more my conversation and your calls as we delve into time travel with Richard Todd right here on coast to coast AM message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if there were a business degree then advance your career skills.

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"montana tech" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"montana tech" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Now some of you may remember maybe six months ago doctor Michael masters was on the the program he's the professor of anthropology at Montana tech and he lays out a rather interesting theory in his book identified flying objects a multi disciplinary scientific approach to the UFO phenomena and basically his model is that the pilots of these U. UFOs there us from the future from the future on earth and they're coming back to study yes so to put it more fully the beings who are commonly referred to as aliens or extraterrestrials due to their suppose it interplanetary travel actually what masters referred to as extra ten past reels as he believes that they're a distant future evolution of humankind who travel back in time on disk shaped craft to study their evolutionary ancestors which is to say US fascinating idea all right more my conversation and your calls as we delve into time travel with Richard Todd right here on coast to coast AM message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if there were a business degree then advance your career skills.

Michael masters US Richard Todd professor of anthropology Montana
"montana tech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"montana tech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Now some of you may remember owl maybe six months ago doctor Michael masters was on the the program he's the professor of anthropology at Montana tech and he lays out a rather interesting theory in his book identified flying objects a multi disciplinary scientific approach to the UFO phenomena and basically his model is that the pilots of these U. UFOs there us from the future from the future on earth and they're coming back this study yes so to put it more fully the beings who are commonly referred to as aliens or extraterrestrials due to their supposedly interplanetary traveler actually what masters refer to as extra ten past reels as he believes that they're a distant future evolution of humankind who travel back in time on disk shaped craft to study their evolutionary ancestors which is to say US fascinating idea all right more my conversation and your calls as we delve into time travel with Richard Todd right here on coast to coast AM message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if there were a business degree then advance your career skills.

Michael masters US Richard Todd professor of anthropology Montana
"montana tech" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"montana tech" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now some of you may remember maybe six months ago doctor Michael masters was on the the program he's the professor of anthropology at Montana tech and he lays out a rather interesting theory in his book identified flying objects a multi disciplinary scientific approach to the UFO phenomena and basically his model is that the pilots of these U. UFOs there us from the future from the future on earth and they're coming back to study yes so to put it more fully the beings who are commonly referred to as aliens or extraterrestrials due to their suppose it interplanetary travel or actually what masters referred to as extra ten past drills as he believes that they're a distant future evolution of humankind who travel back in time on disk shaped craft to study their evolutionary ancestors which is to say US fascinating idea all right more my conversation and your calls as we delve into time travel with Richard Todd right here on coast to coast AM message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload well what if there were a business degree then advance your career skills.

Michael masters US Richard Todd professor of anthropology Montana
"montana tech" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"montana tech" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"A rock all day. Lynn Swann has resigned as athletic director at USC after Hallelujah terrible run. Ron and mostly was very good at playing golf during crisis's and signing autographs. He did an autograph Graf Session while the entire ask what's going on the entire Athletic Department burn. WHO's the guy down in in Orange County that was at at the center of all this the Guy Singer rick singer singer yeah and bed but lane was making a couple extra bucks signing autographs in Augusta so just crazy. He now has all the time he needs to do that. Yeah and now a new President Carol Fault has set up a committee of nine people that will help make the decision on who the next next athletic director will be meanwhile. Maybe Klay Helton found his Sam Darnold in keyed-in Slava's who I've had a spectacular debut twenty eight of thirty three and he had a couple of drops so yeah you know what's I mean. He had five incompletions. It's a couple of those were drops. US's now number twenty four in both the and the coaches poll there at Byu this week and they are four and a half point favorites at Brigham young all right so came across this and John. You heard this too the the mighty Montana Tech football program has a coach by the name of Bob Green and somebody put together his greatest hits with the with the media talking about his team and other teams that they're playing here. Is Montana Tech head coach Bob Green key the win. Was it your diggers to control early help when you get married that first day your wife takes control early. That's what the Deger's football team was like the kid the place second French horn in the school band. We got to play better and that's a double edged sword. It's kind of like watching your mother log off a cliff in Cadillac. So you know you got mixed feelings first of all got after it hard. I'm telling you they were like a whole bowl on a ham sandwich. They were going hard all the way. He's like that black lab on the first day of pheasant hunting season. He was pulling it to chain. We're kind of like a woodpecker petrified forest. Just keep busy and look for opportunities. I want to raise raise my kids using the depth chart. Can you imagine that I wanted that. Tom Green vetoed. That idea got a short memory just like when I was in the third grade through the best years of my life. I don't like that bottled water water. You get eat and drink at the same time. Some aspects look like we're really ready to play COUPLA. Other aspects look like we just I got off. Willie Nelson's. Tour bus is attitudes positive. He thinks he could take on hell with the squirt gun steak dinner with all. The trimmings played a complete fleet gang Jacksonville. What more can happen Jacksonville so bad they sentenced prisoners to attend the game. I expect when my wife couldn't go the church with me on Sunday and she didn't go out with losers by six. Act In nineteen sixty seven one time I got an and my grandma beat me for cheating. All recalls calls are made on fourth down all those years you know what my favorite fourth-down call was but it was the most successful play we have is so. I went the best one of all of those. Let's like when your mother in law goes off a cliff and a Cadillac. You got mixed feelings. yeah no mine. Would this guy big could take on hell with a skirt gun. Hobo on a ham sandwich is just like the most that doesn't even make sense does it of Sandwich. I like the Woodpecker in the petrified forest this he's right or are these just off the top of his head he he's kind of like a modern modern day. Was it Mark Twain you just Kinda Kinda like folksy and funny and not too offensive in Jacksonville Jacksonville. They're so bad they send the prisoners. Come to the game guys awesome so this the USC thing yeah is this. Do you need an athletic director or like eventually I know but is there any urgency to fill this void well. No I think at this point they've got an acting athletic director. Who has I think was his name actor and it's not that Adra manager his name is Dave Roberts right and he was an ad at Uc Davis so he's done it before I used to work with when I used to work for USC yeah back in the day back in the day and I worked with Pat Haden go interview from everywhere interview him every week and I go into his office and the thing that always amazed me. Was the number of pieces of paper that were on his desk. I mean grades grades and tutoring not that I was looking at it. I just saw the volume of it grades and tutoring and plans and interviews and all this mean being being an athletic director and this is why you know we talked about you know having a first time athletic director right and by the way did that three times in a row well. You could argue that the that the the one two times ago was successful that the Mike era one was successful. Wouldn't you say come on. They won. They won national champion. Carol was like his sixth choice. Still I mean whether we got lucky or not. He got the right guy. Hey I always think that Mike Garrett is the one who got him on probation because remember he didn't want to work with the NCAA said. Oh those guys are just jealous. They don't want to be trojans. Nancy's the anti and that was the end it was a bitter end yeah although it was pointed out to me by my friend Toi Cook that nobody says Dan Guerrero did have athletic director experience yeah he's. UCI and he has been a disaster for UCLA. He's he's actually it. People like people like to say that he screwed up the basketball program and now he's screwed up chip Kelly but Dave as one more national championships than any other school right I'm talking about the high profile. Two big ones come on you've got is you've got to say Greg. You'RE UCLA Fan. Don't you say Dan Guerrero failure. Oh Oh he's been a failure since he got there. You know Dan Guerrero needs to go. He should have been gone years ago. He has made the problem. The problem is with Mr. I WANNA keep chip Kelly for another the year. Dan Guerrero may not leave until he gets that right. No now another thing you don't want him making. Do you get the new you hire. A new athletic director makes a choice on a new head coach right. That's the way it's going to go at. USC now there will be a new athletic director and that Athletic Director Rector will make a decision on Clay Helton and if it's not clay Helton he will have his own guy. You want your athletic director to have his own guy and that's the way it's GonNa work now. USC let's see which by the way is the normal way. That guy's name is Bob Greene. That's going to be coming in Dob Green Bob Green Yeah from Montana Tech Tech. Hey I'm telling you watch out heathen slow this. It's going to be a big ear here for Kaeding Slova so Scott Wolff who's who went went to USC coverage for the Daily News but USC doesn't like him because he's like super critical of us. He says I'll just read from a blog. He wrote today. Swan never interested in learning how to be an ad. He was more interested in golf. He Ran Lousy coaching surges. He alienated donors. He inexplicably unexpectedly gave Klay Hilton a five year contract extension and refuse to fire him last season and then he has a quote. He said this looks like USC firing to people because the new ad one is on football coach a rival athletic director but I didn't win his way out of this there there too and all. I mean if this kid keeps going hat breath. He may may have saved them. Yeah I mean he and I mean if they take the PAC twelve. What do you do. I Keaton Slow vis themed game coming up next interestingly. I also have Slovak themed game. I hope it's not the same game. I'll it's not all.

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"montana tech" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"montana tech" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"And your thoughts on Arkansas in general because the AD now at Arkansas was the eighty that hired Kelvin Sampson to Houston. My opinions this I'm not sold that that Kelvin Sampson is leaving Houston for console. It can happen. But I don't think that that is as much of a sure thing as if you're a type of person that follows the coaching carousel like as the stuff at breaking your kind of a college hoops junkie. I think it's definitely on the table. But I'm at this stage. I'm not totally convinced that Samson's Lieven h down for Arkansas. The only thing that Arkansas can do to convince him is just make incredible amounts of money. Just put incredible amounts of money on the table. These SEC's schools have so much money. Now, if they wanna pay a basketball coach five million dollars a year, they can remember a few years ago, Alabama like put an open check on the table for Gregg Marshall, and we're willing to pay him whatever they needed to pay him. He just didn't want to go coach there, but it wasn't a money deal. So Arkansas can put real difference making money in front of Kelvin and maybe get him to jump, but what he has to figure out and this is reasonable minds can disagree on this. But what he has to figure out is do you wanna go be at a middle of the pack job in a power five league. Or do you wanna have one of the better jobs in a top seven leak? You know, you you you he's already shown and by the way, I think he'd win it, Arkansas. The guys wanna everywhere he's been his career is really amazing. He was obviously. You know, I it starts at Montana tech. And he went back to back league titles there then goes to Washington state alternately gets them to an inside of light tournament bounces to Oklahoma goes to one two three four five six seven eight nine straight in CWA tournaments, including a final four, then he eventually bounces to Indiana. And you know, he had Indiana twenty two and four overall eleven to in the big ten when he got fired for the NCAA violation stuff. But if he were allowed to keep that job he would have been rocking and rolling at that job for a while again. I mean, he had Eric quickly came in recruited got Eric, Gordon. And then he's got him off to an amazing start. They were ranked fifteenth in the country at the time when he got fired than Dan dockage took it over and went three and four in the final seven games as interim coach just drove it straight into the ground, but Kelvin Sampson handed him a great team. And there's no reason to think that team that program wouldn't continue to operate at high level had he stayed there. And then he takes the Houston job. I years tough transition year. But in your to goes wins. Twenty two games goes the your three wins. Twenty one games goes the IT last year twenty seven wins advances in the instability tournament. And now he's sitting here at thirty three wins in the Sweet Sixteen. He would win anywhere best I can tell so he's got figure out. Do I want to just keep what I've got going at Houston or do you want to try to rebuild something in a league that is now stacked with quality basketball coaches in a league that has now stacked with quality recruiters. And I don't know that there's a clear answer to that question. Agree with all of most of if not all of that keep an eye on what Kelvin Sampson says in the next couple of days here. We'll we'll local media Tim and questioned on this. Or will he be asked about it at media saleability ability on Thursday in Kansas City because Houston plays Friday night. It's actually the last tip of the Sweet Sixteen this just adds another element to all of that with miles being gone, Arkansas for just a minute. Okay. Mic. Andersen. Obviously, the reason this jobs open. He gets fired after eight years he had been in two of the past three Sita tournaments three of the past five in advanced in two of them on a surface level. That's pretty good. But he's never been to a Sweet Sixteen..

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Arkansas fires coach Mike Anderson and Houston's Kelvin Sampson could be a potential candidate

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

Arkansas fires coach Mike Anderson and Houston's Kelvin Sampson could be a potential candidate

"Thoughts on Arkansas in general because the AD now at Arkansas was the eighty that hired Kelvin Sampson to Houston. My opinions this I'm not sold that that Kelvin Sampson is leaving Houston for console. It can happen. But I don't think that that is as much of a sure thing as if you're a type of person that follows the coaching carousel like as the stuff at breaking your kind of a college hoops junkie. I think it's definitely on the table. But I'm at this stage. I'm not totally convinced that Samson's Lieven h down for Arkansas. The only thing that Arkansas can do to convince him is just make incredible amounts of money. Just put incredible amounts of money on the table. These SEC's schools have so much money. Now, if they wanna pay a basketball coach five million dollars a year, they can remember a few years ago, Alabama like put an open check on the table for Gregg Marshall, and we're willing to pay him whatever they needed to pay him. He just didn't want to go coach there, but it wasn't a money deal. So Arkansas can put real difference making money in front of Kelvin and maybe get him to jump, but what he has to figure out and this is reasonable minds can disagree on this. But what he has to figure out is do you wanna go be at a middle of the pack job in a power five league. Or do you wanna have one of the better jobs in a top seven leak? You know, you you you he's already shown and by the way, I think he'd win it, Arkansas. The guys wanna everywhere he's been his career is really amazing. He was obviously. You know, I it starts at Montana tech. And he went back to back league titles there then goes to Washington state alternately gets them to an inside of light tournament bounces to Oklahoma goes to one two three four five six seven eight nine straight in CWA tournaments, including a final four, then he eventually bounces to Indiana. And you know, he had Indiana twenty two and four overall eleven to in the big ten when he got fired for the NCAA violation stuff. But if he were allowed to keep that job he would have been rocking and rolling at that job for a while again. I mean, he had Eric quickly came in recruited got Eric, Gordon. And then he's got him off to an amazing start. They were ranked fifteenth in the country at the time when he got fired than Dan dockage took it over and went three and four in the final seven games as interim coach just drove it straight into the ground, but Kelvin Sampson handed him a great team. And there's no reason to think that team that program wouldn't continue to operate at high level had he stayed there.

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"montana tech" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"montana tech" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Fred left in December. He AD who was about seventy eight years old was part time told me in and said you want to you wanna finish the year out. I didn't have any other options. Actually, I was playing for junior. College job. Judge Collins told me about a junior college job at Haskell Indian junior college in Lawrence, Kansas. And I was I was talking to them about that Jaren I we didn't have any kids yet. So you know, we we were very mobile we could move. So I was thinking about going to Lawrence Kansas, and then this thing popped open. And so I stayed in finished the year and that was tough year. You know, it was we went four and twenty three that was that was tough. But I had right kids. I still keep in touch with some of those guys what one of those guys owns zone all and gas company over in San Antonio. So he's actually come to some games that university Houston. How'd you turn around? Well, I didn't know how to recruit I'd never recruited before and Montana, Texas. Everything's on the phone. You know, you just I just got all these recruiting services, and I got lucky on some. Here's my best players. I signed two weeks before classes start kids that had fallen through the cracks. I got the vice president Montana tech play college basketball, kill college. My first year at Montana. Take the best basketball player in our conference was Bobby between. Oh who coach at Louisville? He was the player. He was the player to here in football. And he was the player to you in basketball. He could really play Doug great shooter tough. I mean, he he was a great competitor. But he could really play basketball. We just got a bunch of kids and just played hard. We shared the ball. We played heart and. You know, our games. We're in the fifties. We couldn't score very good. So he was said well you guys play slow now. It would just can't score. That's the difference. You know, it's it's interesting. What's interesting? Is you had such incredible success? It was you and it want Washington state was a lot like Oklahoma is a lot like Houston. Now where guys that mono people missed on? Or whatever reason they weren't. When you gotta go in and Oklahoma. I mean Hollis price obviously was very highly touted recruit, and in Indiana, even you were getting highly touted recruits, but it feels like kinda like you as a coach, you you you have more success, or maybe I don't know you enjoy it more with the guys that have been told. No or the guys at slip through the cracks even going back to Montana tech is that a fair assessment to make of a six hundred wind career and that you've had a remarkable amount of success. Maybe the most success with guys that other people missed on. Early years for sure. When when I left Washington state. I thought we were right there with Arizona and UCLA that lasts is 'cause I define pain went on to be a two thousand point score. I hit him as a freshman made Erman who got drafted by Utah was freshman. Mark Henderson got drafted by Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers was a sophomore. Then I had two other kids coming in. We we were going to be. That's why I was so reluctant to leave Washington state to go to Oklahoma. 'cause I thought we had a chance to win the Pac tin, but but I had really really good players but to start. Our first couple years. You're you're dead on we we had to find his just would lay some up and just flat out get after you. And that that became the identity of our programs last thing to go from where you started to now a six hundred win coach a guy who's been to a fun four. And look, the the, you know, we don't have time nor does it is it worth it with the negative energy about the the NCAA stuff..

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"montana tech" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"montana tech" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And when he retired and moved right to Spokane. He didn't want to be around to have. You know, shadow over time, which I thought was real professional and classy. But you know, I could always count on calls from jed, you know. He he'd calling say tell you know, he's not wasn't one of those guys that would like like a lot of small talk. After my first year at Montana tech team. I inherited the year before I got there. They were five and twenty two my first year we were four in twenty three. So Judd calls me up six o'clock in the morning does this is true story AAC Cal jet here. I just wanted to let you know that you're the only coach in captivity that possibly could've taken Montana tech from oblivion to obscurity gotta go kill. I want to get them onto tech. It a second. You mentioned the national chamber of game. Of course. It's the game that changed college basketball forever was like. Well, I was a grad assistant, obviously, I didn't get to travel. But I was there for all the practices. And I was there when they got back, you know, Greta system, the judge does probably right under the senior manager. You know, I was really good at back, then they didn't have whiteboards at chalkboards. So I was really good at raising the boards. They can sure jet head talk. Sometimes I would take assistant cars and get him cleaned out wash them in vacuum. And that's the stuff I did pick up towels when they get back from road trip. Sometimes I'd meet the managers and help them you did that stuff, but the value was just being there and absorbing in learning, you know, and that was I was actually hitting the candy. So I learned from everybody, you know, he'd jet always had great assistance as coaches meetings were legendary the practices were so intense. But judge was so serious. You know, I I run my basketball camp today. Exactly the way Judd ran his basketball camps at Michigan state. He did bed chick every night on every kid. He had three roll calls a day. He did every roll-call. He never missed a minute while he was quoted as gyms, and if there's referees when running back and forth he'd stopped the game and lectured referees, he was he was the most. I I loved him. I mean, I love I love getting his calls and last three or four years of his life. I tried to call him once or twice a month. And I think he appreciated those calls and you had so many so many guys in his three. I we just played south Florida Saturday, and then me and Brian Gregory before the game. We were talking about Judd. Magic does for for somebody who got to see Magic Johnson at that stage in his life Mosey like. Parvez works in practice player. I've ever seen does he magic how to health class? They got over about one o'clock by just didn't start till three. Remember the old toss backs? You know, there's nets that you through to throw. You back match you with this pasta action set him up around the gym. You know, he'd had his dream practice jersey over on the side, and he would workout just an old gray t shirt, and he would by the time. Everybody's got to Jim for practice magic tissue. It'd be soaking went, but his favorite drill in my favorite drill. I got from judge was formed four except throat. Enjoyed would use cutthroats to teach certain parts of the game. It was posted entering cuts off post ball screens most green defense what whatever he was working on. But you would always give magic the wall cones, and he never lost very Kelsey was the ninth pick. I think by the Detroit Pistons Jay was in the first round pick by Dallas. But magic never lost a cutthroat game. He would make sure his team would win. I mean, he would get on his guys if they weren't playing hard enough. He he was the ultimate winner. He used to when he played the UCLA men's gym, though, he used to call the worst fouls ever. And it was like, well, it's magic side. Yeah. So. Part part of why he never lost you. You you mentioned Montana tech, you show up their team one five games, and you mentioned full. But like, listen, your dad was a coach you played your learning is under under one of the all-time. Great legends you show up there. What was what was your first head coaching experience like?.

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"montana tech" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"montana tech" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Back in Boulder, Colorado where the beavers. In overtime, forty one to thirty four. And one of the more inspiring exciting football games. I've had the honor of being around it equals. The I believe this has been confirmed. But I think it equals the biggest comeback in Oregon state history, Iran, as you may have heard us talking about big Jim Wilson was part of the other one too as a player against whereas no state at Parker to open the Eighty-one season trailed at halftime twenty eight nothing and wanted thirty one twenty eight considering you guys both answer this question. I'm going to ask you considering how long it's been since they've won a game on the road and the situation at halftime after actually in third quarter after the first play from scrimmage for Colorado. You're down Twenty-eight the prospects are beyond dim. No, no way. I mean, how many people in anywhere in the stadium watching on the, hey, how many people would have taken the the beavers are going to win this game. How many maybe two maybe two thousand and half of the student's section. What bye-bye? At halftime. They thought they had a, and I'll bet a lot of the people that had the the buffaloes minus twenty four thought. Okay. I I see where we're going here. What it was? I never three and a half. I never even looked at it this week. I didn't watch. Is that what it was it started at twenty four ended in twenty three and a half. Well beyond all of that. It's a tremendous win and Ron you're just back. I am going to pack things up and get ready and head down. But I think the buses and the trip to the airport and all of that. I don't think there's any huge rush. The beavers are enjoying this one thirty forty one thirty four in overtime five o'clock today at Gill. That's coming up a little more than an hour from now you can see the Bieber men's basketball team at Montana tech. I bet they'll put up on the video boy, maybe some highlights of this one and get everybody fired up again because Ron this was a win for these guys. These players these coaches, but I think you said Bieber nation needed a win for all the beaver nation after all this logging in the tough times in twenty two straight losses on the road to have a moment like this much needed for the for the soul of Bieber nation. Collectively, it was a lot of fun to be around. And you guys I think are going to continue to have fun. Wrapping it up the reservoir. You did a great job in the call you Jimmy and the fans at at the end there just how emotional everybody was. So when went on the road, and we'll hear from Jay gluten and a little while again, much more controlled situation. But he didn't know that the last one was here. So he was like, okay, cool. But we've got lots to talk about we'll take a break and come back believes. Win it in boulder in dramatic comeback fashion. Forty one thirty four overtime. We'll be right back. More of the beaver football post game show..

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"montana tech" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"montana tech" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Here the university of Colorado marching band. It's halftime and a lot of smiling faces here at the hundred and fourth homecoming for Colorado with the buffaloes leading the beavers twenty four so three. And while this football game continues. There is so much going on at Oregon state, and if the gins at five o'clock this afternoon, Wayne Tinkle's basketball team will be playing Montana tech in an exhibition game, and I had the opportunity to go to media day. The other day talked to Wayne tinkle talk to some of the other players about this season. And there is so much optimism about just how good they can be a junior by the name of trice Tanko. And you've got the Thompson brothers back dynamic scores and an exciting team to watch. So that's this after noon and five and if you are a fan. Scott rooks, women's basketball team. They will have their exhibition game a week from today. And it's going to be kind of cool because the football team will take on USC. Seven o'clock nextway dead. So the exhibition game is at eleven AM. So an opportunity to see some of the new players on the roster, including Patricia Morris at six seven and jasmine Simmons the up and coming star guard from Australia, then, of course, destiny Slocum who was the national freshman of the year at the university of Maryland. And then of course, destiny had to redshirt last year, he's from Meridian Idaho. And she can't wait to get going. And so that's against north west Nasreen from Nampa, Idaho, that'll be next Saturday at eleven o'clock now soccer Terry boss scheduled to be with us. So we're having some trouble communicating with him. But maybe he's too busy worrying about tomorrow because tomorrow. The beavers host UCLA at two o'clock at Laurenz field. You gotta go out and see it at senior day. And here's the big deal Thursday night. The beavers beat a very good San Diego State as team one nothing. Don, she Lau had the game winning goal. So one nothing was the final and the beavers have haven't lost at home since August the twenty fourth.

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"montana tech" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"montana tech" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"They do. Great things in the community. The Safeway sacks program. We're hoping to payable to call that out once or twice the Bieber defense has played well shape way. Allowing the kids to come into Gil Wednesday night Halloween seven to eight o'clock for a trick or treat event was student athletes on hand should be a lot of fun. Remember Gill this late afternoon at five the OSU men's basketball team against Montana tech next Saturday. Scott Rouix team will have a scrimmage the papers at USC next Saturday night at research. Ten to three Colorado nine twelve to go in the first half. David price gets his kick away. It's returnable for champ Fleming's on the left at the two makes the first man mess and comes out of the fifteen stutter step with the twenty and goes down at around the twenty one yard line. Let's shut it down to Ron does lavar is going to give it a go guys. He's got his helmet on. And he's got that knee brace on the left knee. Let's keep an eye on during this offense of series. It also looks like Brandon kipper is gonna join him as Blake Randall has been this is the second series where kipper spending a game they listed at two seventy eight. I think he might have climbed up a little heavier NAT at this point. But boy good-looking athlete. Dede is so Brandon kipper going left tackle Gus Levada left guard Sumner Houston over the ball at center cabbie delicate right guard, Trent more at right tackle, the beavers work from the pistol from their Twenty-one trailing ten to three Jack Collado fakes it to Jomar Jefferson and takes a shop, pretending Hernandez and overthrows Tammy who had step and a half on.

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"montana tech" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"montana tech" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The friday purple and gold spring game for the iota darius james peterson he attempted a seventy three yard pass and converted to a redshirt freshman hunter juarez set up a one yard touchdown you know the as far as spring games go this one was fairly competitive thirty nine thirty three modified scoring system it's again it's an inner squad scrimmage just like the boise state scrimmage spring game a few weeks back by the way the peterson to juarez connection should maybe be pretty good one for the ot this year because they both played together at marin catholic high school in california so quarterback wide receiver with a little experience he liked to see that type of chemistry let's see if it works for the yogurts they'll start their season august twenty fifth at eastern oregon their first home game will be the following week on september first against montana tech i'll give you one other pieces sports here for you some would say no no no no rick that's that's not a sport i would beg to differ east sports nearly one hundred fifty highschoolers went head to head in idaho's first ever east sports tournament if you say east sports what does that for all intents and purposes it's dude sitting around playing video games yeah e sports is a thing and boise state university hosted the competition they have one of the first collegiate eastport bar city teams in the country and so they're looking for some local talent to bring some guys ian they hold a local high school competition give people some tours of their facility and probably got an ear of a few kids that are pretty good at what they do so with that in mind we can't tell you who won because they didn't really release any scores but boise state did do the east sports thing over the weekend and it was pretty successful with just about every high school in the area sending e sports athletes the check it out all.

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"montana tech" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"montana tech" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"And gold spring games any indication college idaho quarterback darius james peterson should have plenty of options when he attempts to pass games this fall but there's one option that's probably a little more familiar little more comfort peterson connecting with a redshirt freshman hundred juarez for a seventy three yard game on the first play of the spring game setting up a one yard touchdown in the very next play and yeah peterson and juarez connection looked like an experienced one because it is they played together and marian catholic high in california college veto scheduled to start their season august twenty fifth at eastern oregon the oats will start their home opener the following week september first against montana tech as their spring game concluded on late friday afternoon on the heels of six birdies soft more brian humphries fired three hundred sixty nine for the boise state men's golf team in their final round of the two thousand eighteen mountain west championship sunday moving into a tie for fifth place boise state concluded in seven and nineteen over for for the tournament one stroke behind a tie for fifth at eight strokes back a third unlv took home the title they finished eight under for that tournament boise state beats nevada eight to four in sunday's finale to record the sweep the sweep boise state second of the season over conference foe the first time the softball team recorded multiple conference sweeps in the same season.

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"montana tech" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"montana tech" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Figure ever to learn how to swim quickly so i went to the the pool where i've played college basketball montana tech in butte montana and they have a pool up there so i figured 'go teach myself and again you know just being lucky um i ran into a friend of mine and went to high school with who was going to go on to swim at notre dame and we were getting out of the pool and he said hey what are you doing here it's great to see you have never senior foreigner i said 'yes joined the navy i'm going to be a seal and he just said well now like that you're not yet back in so he just he showed me punch stuff and i worked on for five months became proficient enough to pass that test to get him to seal train when i got the boot camp for january nineteen ninety six by the way just for the record a certainly i i support the us military completely but the recruiters do get botas lafayette the certain areas i know that my recruiter live to be which was fine i was i was told that the broadcast school that's what i had been doing before i under the military as the schools kohl's elliott or found out that it's rarely close of never for people with prior experience but he got via do the ah the army's security agency and i hope you enjoyed spending his bonus while i was a enjoying the the fi that scenery harari aired bob they get a get bonuses forgetting you in but they also get the reprimand for knack throwing her quarter so it's a tough job it with whoever said the you know get getting says see duty break is that are as a recruiter isn't necessarily telling the truth but that they do with again so you and i have a bad debt love affairs of members of the audience and we rebound into and other relationship may be good or bad robber o'neal rebounded into a career that wound up being fatal of our osama bin laden such are the ah the vagaries of life is book is the operator firing the shots that killed osama bin laden and my years as a seal team warrior robert o'neil is our guest a before we go any further i remember the.

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