35 Burst results for "NCA"

Coach Chan Gailey on the Current State of College Football

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:46 min | 3 d ago

Coach Chan Gailey on the Current State of College Football

"I want you to just sort of candidate because, you know, if you listen to sports radio, you listen to the college. There's a lot going on right now in college football and from your time coaching there. It's changed having a channel with an introduction to the name image and likeness with the introduction is portal situation. Is there a concern and we'll get into the specifics of both those. But I just want to ask a general question. Is there a concern that all of a sudden with some of these issues and the NCA not doing anything to really rein it in right now that in some ways in the college football is becoming a minor league and I'm not saying it's a minor league, but there's this sort of idea that it's more like a pro kind of ball because of what we're seeing with this. Well, yeah. I mean, it's been taken for granted for years that college football is the NFL's minor league system. But there was somebody else controlling it that had some idea about, okay, let's keep the character part involved. Let's keep the education part involved. Let's not let these guys feel like they're just straight semi pro guys, but in the last few years, we have taken this thing Doug to it it's full blown semi pro. We're paying the guys. Some are more make more, to be honest with you. Some of them will make more in college than they will in the NFL because you're guessing you're paying these guys and guess and what they're going to be worth. And that is the tough situation for colleges right now.

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"nca" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"nca" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Would break away and redefine what division one means and think that they could have some sort of NCA tournament that might be 68 teams or 64 teams and you only would get entry through automatic qualifying or at large consideration if you were in this new tier. It's just not as desirable of a television product. And I don't think it's as profitable as a model. So my prediction is that we never get to that point. There's a chance that if we look up in ten years, could the incidentally tournament have some slight modifications to it, yes, but I have had conversations with conference commissioners, people tied to the transformation committee, and this, while it's certainly stands to be a scary prospect and obviously I think it could be one of the dumbest things that they could possibly do is to screw up the insulator tournament, which is one of the most perfect things in American sports. I do think there's enough conversation and enough awareness that if we're going to change what the NCAA and what college sports is, there's a lot of things we need to do with that. But altering how we construct this 68 team field and making any kind of Jurassic changes about who qualifies for and who doesn't would probably be a negative thing. And so I don't find that there's a lot of momentum for that right now, which isn't to say I couldn't get there, perish, but it feels like the appropriate hesitations and conversations that need to be had about not effing with the tournament. They seem to be good with that for now and way more of the attention is focused on what they do with football and how they classify it and on and on and on. Well, the first thing I would say is they have drastically altered the incidentally tournament. A bunch of different times in our lifetimes. So the idea that they wouldn't mess with it again seems to ignore history. Best with it a lot. I understand all of your concerns. And I think I share most of them. The Saint Peter's story is awesome. And if you go the breakaway route, you know, at least in some versions you lose that. By extension, you lose peacock impersonations and who wants to lose peacock impersonations. No one, right? So this is all stuff that needs to be considered. But I'm telling you, it ain't hard for me to imagine..

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"nca" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

04:35 min | 4 months ago

"nca" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"So. I don't know. Why did they do that? Anyone have an answer? I have some guesses. It's called. Greedy greedy greed. On our reservation, I mentioned there was a very large water aquifer under most of our most of our reservation and yet there was a requirement that we had to negotiate with at least the local tunnel ledger to share it. And it has been contentious in the past a couple of earlier years and things like that. But here's the story that the news media really wouldn't focus on. And that was before federal recognition. We basically had to beg the state of Connecticut to get us plumbing and basically water brought to the reservation because we did not have the money to do well digging in things like that to extract our own water supplies. So suddenly when we were able to take care of ourselves, if you will, suddenly, now they had an issue with water access. Oh, sure. So, you know, that's one example, but there are many others like that. Across the country. Well, after you're very point and a quote in the article, the use and protection of Indian reserved water rights has become critical as state water users realize water shortages and look to secure rights to more sources of water. Leaving tribes vulnerable to misuse and misappropriation of tribal water without a means to enforce their water rights on the reservation. The NCA resolution states..

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NCAA Decision Clears Athletes for Endorsement Deals

GSMC Football Podcast

01:29 min | 1 year ago

NCAA Decision Clears Athletes for Endorsement Deals

"The ncaa as upgraded their policies for students students is ability to profit off their name. Imaging likeness big day for a lot of young athletes and a lot of broke college student athletes around the world so the ncaa board of directors decided on wednesday to officially suspend the organization's rules prohibiting athletes from selling the rights to their names their image and their likeness. These rules really represent a major shift in the association's kind of definition of amateurism and how they've defined these college athletes thus far and saying they're amateurs saying they're getting an education and that's enough to get a few shoes in the mail they get a few pairs of nikes. They get some sweats. They get some sweatshirts in that. Should that should cover it. But the jigs up nca. I mean. i mean. I just can't believe they've really been able to do this for so long. I mean it's it's a shift that nca leaders really kind of previously believed that this was going to harm the whole world of college sports but at some point it's it's it's unpaid labor at truly is and i think the biggest thing that needs to be understood is just how how the ncaa has been able to do this for so long

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The Cost of Clean, Green Aluminum

Switched On

02:07 min | 1 year ago

The Cost of Clean, Green Aluminum

"Sharon julia thank you for being on the show today to talk about aluminum. Thank you thanks for having his. We're going to refer to it as aluminum on the podcast today. Although i will say so you guys are recording from newark. I'm recording from london. And they call it. Aluminium here and i did a little bit of research on it and as it turns out many chemists also call it aluminium and it's otherwise just a real cultural divide and there's no excellent reason for why he give extra syllables here. There's a funny story. That where i was always told that they were looking at the periodic table and thinking about the different. Nca shin spellings. And they were like okay. One of you get aluminum and one of you can get like sulfur with a ph. And i'm not sure who negotiated. What but it kinda sounds like aluminum lost okay. Somewhere somewhere mayor in the folklore of the periodic table. Everybody this is for your next cocktail party. Chat okay so here we are. We're gonna talk about decarbonisation of aluminum which has a lot of different pathways. So as those who are listening to the show realize what we talked to analysts. You're talking them about a ended up piece of research that they've written in this is a doozy. It's fifty pages so we are going to do our very best to pull out some of the most interesting parts but of course there will always be more so i would like to start by really understanding the scale of the industry and the scale of the emissions issue so first of all. Where are we finding aluminum. And and how big industry is this. Dina we really think of aluminum as one of the major metals. When you think about them you've got steel and steel is a huge industry. And then you have aluminum which is second but quite a bit behind steel in terms of volume so it seen as i material that you use when you need a slightly more advanced medal. So it's used a lot in. Airplanes is houston kind of middle of the road bicycles. It's used in cars where it's important for them to be a little bit lighter potentially in electric

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"nca" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"nca" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Back mad talking about Demand conditions How that might affect worker safety Perhaps big leaguers publishing The floor has done wrong. Good have somebody sex. You have another paper. again In paper on a different topic entitled the labor market is of legal restrictions on workum ability. you save you. Analyze legal enforceability of non compete agreements. Ncaa's affects labor markets. You say using newly constructed panel date that we find that higher. Nca enforceability diminishes workers earnings and job mobility larger defects among workers most likely to science as so. Ncaa's these things that Employees sign in some cases when the aqi employment added basically says that if if they would leave the fulham out for the period of time i would imagine right mad. They cannot actually go competing almost something along those lines. Yeah that's exactly right so So so exactly..

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Tennessee Issues Statement on Termination of Nine Employees and Jeremy Pruitt

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:17 min | 1 year ago

Tennessee Issues Statement on Termination of Nine Employees and Jeremy Pruitt

"Tarrant tennessee. No parting of the ways. No resignation fired. Jeremy pruitt after an internal investigation the chancellor of the university chancellor plowman earlier today the personnel actions. We are announcing. Today are an indication of the gravity of what we've discovered today. Athletic director fomer and i issued termination letters to the following assistant. Football coaches brian. Nita meyer and shelton felt also four members of our on campus football recruiting staff additionally our director and assistant director of football player personnel and finally a football analyst quality control coach. So what are what are Council has told us is it. We're looking at level one and level two violations. I don't know yet yet. Exactly how many or exactly the specifics of it the chancellor earlier today and we have the live coverage here blake top. Mayer has covered the story from the beginning and he joins us early evening from knoxville blake. Good evening thanks for being with us and before we get to specific just describe. What this day has been like in knoxville. Well obviously the big news that we've been waiting for call for a probably at least a month now and in the the question for at least the lack last week or more has been. Is jeremy Going to get outright fired for cause or is he going to get fired with a settlement for reduced by out. I mean i. It felt like inevitable that a coaching change was coming. And we've got the answer today. That pruitt's being fired for cause. Tennessee does not intend to pay him. One cent of his twelve point six million dollar buyout also included in the four. 'cause firings Were systems. Brian eater myron shelton felton in the termination letter to jeremy pruitt tennessee chancellor plowman outlined six four. 'cause provision of jeremy pruitt's contract University believe he violated and of course all stems to be ongoing investigation into sweeping recruiting if violations That have occurred or are believed to have occurred within tennessee's program during pruitt's watch like so many things unpack the chancellor said. She threw her own program under the bus. And i understand the tendency to pile on but having covered many of these before as you have. That was really unprecedented address. That if you don't mind it's obvious that the chancellor is frustrated beyond frustrated with the the amount of malfeasance that i think she sees within the football program. I mean these. I think it's fair to call these sweeping violations. And what she believes they're going to be major violations. stemming from the football program She she mentioned that she was stunned. By both the number of interactions and the number of people involved in the infractions. And so you know. It doesn't leave tennessee in a great position to come out on the other side of this and say you know hey. Nca take it on us there. There really wasn't that much bad going on here. You know you've seen a lot of athletic departments kind. Play that card with the ncaa play hardball with the ncaa and say that they weren't breaking rules. I think tennessee is is quite clearly taking me approach of Of admitting its its mistakes. upfront here Firing the people that believes are responsible for the mistakes and then going forward is going to have to pivot and try to likely self imposed penalties and hope that that can fend off Some of the harshest punishment from from the ncaa but it does leave it in a difficult scenario here as it goes forward not only with the ncaa but as it tries to hire and athletic director and it tries to attract a football coach.

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Why Not Just Be The Best?

Marketing Secrets

07:20 min | 2 years ago

Why Not Just Be The Best?

"All right. So Last weekend was insane I duNNo. If I told you this yet private and county deep. But I chance to go speaker Gingrich Season Tony Robbins Event Tony's studio which he built a huge studio and covert hit Zoom rumors like this huge stadium, rapin zoom walls and. It was crazy scam. You saw that pitchers but it was really special and really fun and we're actually flew there in Tony's private plane, which was crazy she his house and just it was really special weekend but. Telling you too much of that. I was thinking go deeper. So many crazy. A three call talking about although haase antiquated from that. I. Will drop out to you throughout the next few episodes but. There's one thing that's interesting. So We decided women, there were six days, which is kind of cool. We had out some really cool people and just relax and take a break a little bit and you know at the hotel there's so gets the scoop massages. So we started from Sasha two different days and obviously now the Cova, there's weirdness Boise Lovato. Idaho's is different but in Florida, were at, they have different rules rights face masks more often all sorts of stuff. So go get our first massage and He didn't there and it was only sixty minute massage because that's all they had time for that day or whatever, and this comes out she puts on plastic gloves, which was kind of weird Mike wasn't my favorite by Monica. Whatever. So And It was not it was not my favorite massage. Partially because they anyway, there are a lot of reasons why I just it was. Annoyed like it wouldn't feel good. It was just like she was technically giving massage but was not getting Sasha so much. So by the end of my sixty minutes like normally get a ninety minute massage and my sixteen massage like I just wanted to be done I was like it was like the longest sixty minutes life miserable I didn't have a good time and is even thinking like I hate massage like maybe maybe changed mental like the January maybe whatever and I'm so annoyed and finally got Donald. Kevin's is over I give me out of here and I just like Laugh A. Beautiful SPA and all these like I'm done like I don't I don't do beside I don't do. Anymore despise like I just had a horrible experience I I make. ASSANGE again anime rafter. GotTa massages later and then met afterwards and and I was like that was horrible. I don't ever want to give me Josh again and he said we have booked for tomorrow. May I know him? I don't really want to go as we cancel and. anyway it was just it was interesting. So. Next I go back because they have a twenty four hour cancellation periods have to Sasha like massages. This is GonNa be ninety minutes I'm going to be miserable. Just the whole thing right. So get there and kind of bad attitude and talking to Susan she's different person in super. Nice, and we we out massages she starts. The same thing has for the plastic gloves, which is kind of annoying but whatever. Does massage and this time it is a complete experience. was like an artist like it was it was amazing. Everything. It's Chris spend the same amount of money both massages. Right and the first one I wanted to die I wanted to get off the table on the right next person was insane. They were amazing like the ninety minutes was over and I was like, are you kidding me like I want to give you some more money? I spent flip back over and keep doing this back and forth all day. Until your to your shift or whatever like it was it was it was amazing and I remember laying there thinking about how like just twenty four hours earlier massage from person CEO same same spa everything and how I hated it, and this was amazing. Why would they compete anything to continue this experience longer and I started thinking about? This right both of these people would consider themselves from sizes masseuses right Both and got paid to say May to do the job but one was artist one was great. What they do and one was just did the thing, right? And I started thinking about my life lake. Everything. I've done I've tried. I don't know I always wanted to be the best I remember when I was wrestling about this this. This tape has s tape pre DVD's. And it was. The story about Tom Terry brands were twin brothers who are wrestlers, Iowa. Remember the movie started with I tom brands he comes and says, my name's Tom Brands my goal simple going to be the best wrestler in the world. Next thing came up as Terry brant my goal simple. I want to be the best wrestler in the whole world and that's how starts and boom. It goes into training montage and stuff and I was just like, yes. I remember thinking I. Can make my name's Russell Brunson the great wrestler in the world right and so I because I didn't want to be a good wrestler I want to be like okay. I wanted to be the best in the world and obviously never got there. That was my belief because I got way for the night probably ever should've gotten my skill and talent level right? I've state champ. I was an all American second in the Nation High School into college. Rank the top ten college never place NCA but but you know I did I heard your career and which to business was the same thing I got into business I wasn't on make moody who I was like. The greatest market ever lived like if I'm doing this job anywhere might as well take the amazing it right like. and. And I was just thinking about during massage just like people have the same job title. One's amazing ones like. You know and I think about for all of us like my kids. I. Keep with my kids and I don't care. We don't care what you WanNa be when you grow up like don't be like, okay. Be The best in the world like. A how do you? How do you become amazing not just give amazing. What are you have to do different I don't know I don't know how to teach that exactly more. So than just like helping has want that desire like don't be the crappy I think about funnel building right like th. There's tons of you without teaching fungibility and doing fun bill and you can hire someone and you will they hire someone in they get a funnel in the funnel stocks and she's like. You know your federal building become the best in the world obsess about designing copying all these things that when you build someone to funnel like you handed to them, it should be art they should be away by just like you know the second has blown away like. That's experience when a gift somebody if you can't give some experience like you need to geek out more, you got to go deeper you had become better. Become the best in the world that you are in your craft whatever it is right. If I was a dentist locators dentist, but there's there's amazing dense chiropractic. I won't be good chiropractor on the best in the world.

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"nca" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"nca" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Because think about that, you could go to a bowling alley and the guy goes here's your shoes Blah and then gives you the virus. And then you gotta go to the hospital. The college I think normally would say, what do you want us to do about it? They got to cover it as they should. Any NCA championship or other posting contests must be conducted within enhanced safety protocols, which include regular testing separation of personnel from non essential personnel, physical distancing masking policies. That's pretty normal NCA championships may reduce bracketing. Reduced Number of competitors. redetermined sites. And single sites. That makes sense. We're all GONNA play in this one area. In other words, we're going to bubble it and instead of having the march madness if March Madison right now, what if they just took sixteen teams or just go straight to the sweet sixteen? It'd be a lot of moaning and groaning and screaming but. I would get it. And then two more here if fifty percent or more of an eligible team. And a division canceled their season. There will be no Ncaa Championship in that sport. So they're saying we will not go you better recognize. We will not recognize a champion if it's only half of less than half of you. and. Finally, a fall championships are postponing any decision a decision to conduct that championship at a later date will be based upon scientific data. The you get were. Based on that and other words will keep politics out of that. or It'd be like Notre Dame we'd be them and they'd be them and they beat them but we lost to them. So we're champs and all that scientific. We'll come on back on sports by..

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"nca" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"nca" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Wireless and this is a big story in collegiate sports where the NCA said spring sport athletes not winter sport athletes but spring sport athletes having had their year cut short will get an opportunity to recoup that year next year essentially get an extra year of eligibility and that seemingly was going to be done across the board everybody seemed to think it was a great idea and a ton of good will and something the NCAA can get actual positive piece of publicity for which is rare for the organization and then the university of Wisconsin out of the big ten with athletic director Barry Alvarez the former legendary head coach waiting in and essentially said they were not going to be giving the one time waiver to get that your eligibility back to the NCAA had granted and they said these ten spring sports it would not be a reality men's and women's golf men's and women's outdoor track and field men's and women's rowing and women's lightweight rowing softball men's and women's tennis Alvarez said the decision would affect over thirty Wisconsin athletes and if you're kicking yourself while all of those sports seem to comprise more than thirty student athletes keep in mind a lot of spring supported partial scholarships unlike football men's and women's basketball which give out full scholarships March we bought ESPN dot com college columnist he's been over the college scene for decades on Golick and window and said Wisconsin in their decision might just be a trendsetter I think of course we were talking about going to be the last and maybe not it's not even the first one we just haven't heard about it yet but I think that letter departments around the country looking for ways to cut back costs with so much uncertainty in those with the a decision Nancy a maiden and then left it up to the institution to decide whether or not the to give student athletes and spring sports you know seniors are the same amount of financial aid or or last next year so not a not a huge surprise me and yet I think we're gonna see it I'm a lot more schools moving forward and the bottom line is college football tends to find almost every other sport at most universities Labossiere said this could be a reality check for CFP I wonder going forward how much of this is a reality check the big time college athletics do we need to have seventy five million dollar coach is doing a three million dollar coordinators donate thirty analysts the we need a two hundred million dollar football facility with a slide you know doing the filet Mignon and lobster on recruiting visits I think a lot of people are looking at this from a from a bigger view saying you know did this get out of hand and doing it right back to check a little bit no need to not Clemson slide okay John thoughts on this the NCAA's says one thing it's a superseding sort of decision and then the badgers say that doesn't work for us what do you think well first off I I I like mark second comment better right we have gotten completely out of hand in what we have spent there and the the number of people that are on staffs is it that you have right the assistant inside linebacker coach is a bit much right I mean it really is so I I think any any school that wants to to find fat in the budget they can't I have nothing but sympathy and empathy for the kids that have lost their senior seasons in those sports I am unabashed fan of Barry Alvarez I think in this case to some degree he has done the right thing maybe that makes me a bad guy with their yes there certainly financial commitments and it's it's funny when you mention the sports right the reading off you notice what all those do baseball softball tennis golf track look none of them make money right it used to be I'm old enough they used to call those non revenue sports right now now they're called Olympic sports right because all the marketing we don't write non revenue sports major drain off everybody else right if we are if we are to as as the NFL excuse me since it was a talk about our student athletes okay and I've graduated then you're a student and I think it is possible to this truck is a militant this is an all time horrible bad break for you it is but that's also what you have to deal with and it's nice of colleges have the option to go ahead and do that my son is a high school senior right now he lost his tracks he's I'm not even in school another year so we can have a Traxxas right not everybody has those options so when you take the financial need take hate student athletes it doesn't affect them and yeah it's it's a bad break and I'm not sure in this case there's thirty thirty five athletes that are affected Ohio state today at seventeen thirty one want to come back if I have a degree and I have a job job lined up I'm not going through again all my fall semester and all that other stuff so I can have another game to play in April it's cold but also sometimes that's how life isn't life isn't always fair and in this case always been in all the NFL draft meetings and tells us how the NFL and ESPN will the question into the pages.

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Coach Monica Aldama from 'Cheer': Sometimes I have to mat-talk myself

Skimm'd from The Couch

11:57 min | 2 years ago

Coach Monica Aldama from 'Cheer': Sometimes I have to mat-talk myself

"Today. We have a very very very special episode of skimp on the couch. We are joined by Monica Alabama. In case you do not know this name. I don't even know what you've been watching what you've been doing. She's the coach of Navarro College College cheerleading and has fourteen national championships under her belt. We are so so so fucking excited to do this. Interview or team team is the focus of the new Netflix documentary series. Cheer if you haven't seen it I just don't know what to say. Stop what you're doing and go watch it. The series defies as traditional stereotypes about cheerleading as it follows them through the physical and mental challenges of the sport. My God what they do you got to watch him. Also Showcases Monica's coaching style and the impact. She's had on her athletes on and off the Mat. Monica in case you have a notice. We're literally obsessed with the show. We cannot wait to talk to you. Welcome to skimmed from the couch. Stink you thank you for having me. Okay so we want to jump in which is just want to ask you to skim your resume for us. When did you start working? Just kind of walk us through each job you've had well. It's not much because I started really young. After I graduated from College I moved to Dallas for a year and worked at a computer company but it was really just just a job out of college. Just put something on the resume and I really wasn't happy there and a friend of mine that I had gone to high school with was the assistant baseball coach at the college. Judge and his mother happened to be mature coach when I was in high school so I had helped her some when I was in college and he called me one day and said that this job was open and I should apply for it so I did. It wasn't really something I thought I would ever do. And our only I think twenty two when I applied for it so twenty five years later and I'm still still there. What did you think you're going to be doing? I have a business degree in finance and then I have my MBA. When I was in college I really thought that I wanted to move here and maybe work work on Wall Street or do something in the finance industry? That's what I thought I wanted to do but God had other plans so I mean so much better. Yeah Yeah everyone in our office has everyone we know is absolutely obsessed with the show and part of I think why it's resonated so much is actually actually your role in the show specifically you represent the mentor coach. We all wish we had in our life and one of my friends at this me recently and I was like. It's a perfect way to describe you. It's like Tammy Taylor coach Taylor and I'm very curious g you see what other people see about your role with these kids. I don't you know I mean we're when we film this documentary were just opening up our lives to people and I mean I know the impact that I have because these kids tell me and especially after they're gone a lot of them reached back out to me and just let me know how much they appreciate a lot of times. They didn't realize how much that they should have appreciated me at the time but they really learned a lot so over the years. I think that's why I'm still here because because of the kids and the reassurance that I'm doing something right you know in their lives. I'm just there to in my job. I didn't really know that this was going to be so big. I WANNA start off before we get into it with just some and clarifying questions. That every time I talked to someone about share and I've been asking people and friends. There's a baseline of questions that they want to start off with just from the show. The first one is do four year colleges have cheerleading programs. That just are not as good or is it a different division. It's a different division. We're in junior college. Division and over the years division has really dwindled because for one reason number one they created what was called an intermediate division where you could do lower lower level skill so like the teams that were not able to really compete against us. Move Down to those levels. If we don't have the highest score we normally have at least top three are- out of the whole competition over the past mini mini. Since we've been winning and so a lot of people wanna go to division where they can have a shot at winning. A lot of people jump ship in our division is really small now. I have seen online. Some people confused about that but because it's so small people that are not in the world are like. Oh that's all that's all you be was one or two teams or whatever we always have the goal of going and getting the highest score there that way. If people ask we can say well we had the highest score. We beat every team. They're really that just validate says even more because the division has gotten so small. That's our goal and when we go out there and put out the best routine that we can and just get the highest score that we can the second clarifying question is. There's been news after the show aired that. NCA hasn't been so pleased with Netflix. Following this show Joe or just the publicity. Is there any update on that part. Yeah I mean I I went to La last week and we were working twelve hours a day. So I didn't really have time to get on social media much but as soon as we got down I got on the the van to go back to the airport and my phone had just Bologne up. People texted me my social media. People tagging tagging me a new store like actual actual news stories and the college was calling because we had news reporter showing up to the college about this big story that was breaking about how they had changed the roles and we can no longer do the show and compete. We'd be disqualified and none of that's true at all I have a great relationship with NCA in Varsity. They've always been very supportive. Supportive of me and what happened with that kind of news that Kinda got crazy. They had updated a rule in their stunts. Just some wording just verbiage and so anytime anytime they update anything they put the date that it's updated so they put up dated January. Whatever the day was when I guess someone decided to go and actually look at the rules roles you know because most people don't dig down deep until that really boring part of the rules but always read them all? So there is a clause in there that talks about documentaries and filming and and stuff like that printed that off last year gave it to the producer. Already knew that clause in there and it didn't say anything that we couldn't it just it's really more so about about you. Know they don't want something protrayed as reality. Yeah they say guidelines you know it just. It's not true at all. I have a great relationship with Varsity versity a great relationship with NCAA. They would contact me if they had a problem with things. Any updates on what the kids profiles are doing out they show 'cause I know we kind of caught Jerry in the hallway and the plan was to go to Louisville. Is that still the Navarro. He went to Louisville in the fall. And that what's his dream school. But when he got there I think he just didn't feel like that was really where he was supposed to be and so he had reached back out to me a few months ago and just said Hey. I really feel like that that I'm supposed to be back at Navarro and of course there's always a place for Jerry to be back at Navarro. Morgan came back for a third year. She actually graduated but she's doing like a dual partnership program with the university that we have a partnership with and Lexi Lexi. You know she got kicked off and the charges against her were dismissed but she did go to another school in the fall. Because I told you can't come back. she was cheering there and she also did not feel like that it. Was You know where she was supposed has to be. She finished school that semester but she quit cheering in the middle and her coach and her mother and grandmother all of course wanted her back Aveiro zero when they reached back out to me about giving her a second chance. I said you know. I feel like she's had enough time to reflect on it. Learn from it. I mean do people taking chances. So she's back and she's just just really doing incredible. I think this show was so good for her. Just to fill the love and support and just to build her company her story just breaks your heart when yes but she's doing great. I have a clarifying cautious. You before coaching was your level of cheering at the same level as these kids. Oh no I mean keep in mind. I'm old so what happened over. The years is people started putting their kids in all star. Cheer from like the age of birth or three years old and and so these kids became really Ali. Talented incredible growing up and being trained in the whole world of cheerleading. Changed tremendously since you know. I was in school until now and it's continues to just push the limits cheerleading. Just in general is a way different because it's a lot harder. Yeah people my age did not have those kinds of opportunities you you know. This podcast has a career podcast. We talk about people as managers. We talk about people when work. It's tough how they overcome challenges and what's so fascinating about the show and reading more and more about you. You have any job. You are very clearly a really strong. COO CEO why say that is because it's very clear that you you break down the information in a quantitative way you'd constantly in the show talk about cheering smart and really looking at from a numbers perspective and you also are very clear with your expectations. And you're tough I wanNA understand what's made you stay at Navarro. Do you feel your best. When you're like the big fish in the small pond or the small fish in the bigger pond? I think the a small fish in the bigger pond because you have goals and you always want to move up to the next level reach the potential of the people around you but you know and always intended for this to be a temporary temporary steppingstone. I mean at the time. I just didn't like the job I was in and I grew up in course of Canada. So okay I'll just we'll go back home so you know it was a good job. Aw because I had summers off could be a mother of course Canada's a little bit smaller towns so there's not as many opportunities but I still felt like I was gonNA move move even to that finance filled at some point. That was always my goal and every time I would think about it it was just hard. I felt like I created this program. It was my baby and given it up with going to be hard and the attachment to the kids. The longer I was there I just felt like I said I just felt it was God's plan that I was there there's many years I've thought should i. Should I think about next year you know move into different career moving and I just never did a lot of people that are listening into this and a lot of people are audience. Think about the decision of do I go to Grad School get an MBA knowing that they might not know what they want to do with it how do you think about your decision to get an MBA. Now I'm very happy about that decision. I mean I wanted to teach them classes at the college. I needed to have my masters to do that number one. Do you teach classes says outside of I did. I've taught Algebra for a long time. I just stopped doing that. I says yet another way that shows that we have a different skill. Set My life's too easy at all but I did it for a long time like probably twenty years and allocation too. So I would I even consider going back and get my doctorate degree but I just the time factor of it was just too much. I'm very happy about getting my MBA. and not tell these all the time you know before you have too many responsibilities go and finish school because you may not need it. You don't have to have a degree to be successful. There are plenty of people. Oh that do incredible things that don't have a degree. But what if that one job you want is the minimum requirements the degree. It's always harder to go back. And because because obviously so many doors are opening to you and to the students and I think some of those opportunities I assume would require them to maybe not finish tomorrow. What advice vice would you give them? I think this kind of opportunity is only comes around once in a lifetime. I mean this is a very rare opportunity to have this kind of exposure and in this situation I would tell them you have to take the opportunity you know I mean I would love for them finish school but there are ways especially Ashley This Day and age that I didn't have which you know you could take an online class here there. I mean you could take a couple and still manage all sorts of opportunities so I don't think that they need to miss any opportunity. This could be lock changing for them and take them into a career that they didn't even know would you know would be an option for them and of course their the future is one of my top

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White House Says Phase 1 Of Trade Deal With China Is A Big Win

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:14 min | 2 years ago

White House Says Phase 1 Of Trade Deal With China Is A Big Win

"The trump administration says phase one of a trade deal with China is secured. It is done. We don't yet know everything that's in the deal but the president said China has agreed to make massive purchases says of US agricultural products US trade representative Robert Lighthizer told CBS's face the nation on Sunday. That the deal will nearly double. US exports to China over the next ext two years. Here's what's in writing. We have a list that will go manufacturing agriculture services energy. And the like there'll there'll be a total for each one of those overall. It's a minimum of two hundred billion dollars. Keep in mind. By the second year we will just about double exports exports of goods to China if if disagreement is in place so the administration is characterizing. This as a big win. But is it Robert. Daily of the Wills Wilson Center or is here in studio with me. He's a scholar on us. China relations and he also served as a US diplomatic Beijing. Good Morning Good Morning. Our president trump said from the beginning that he wanted China A to change the way it does business with the United States. He wanted big structural changes to the way it deals with a I P intellectual property technology transfer. Does this agreement do that. This agreement doesn't treat any of those big structural issues including intellectual property and the Chinese government support to state enterprises. We're not not there yet. So what does this. What does this deal do in this deal? China has agreed to buy more from the United States agricultural products but other other products as well the exact the numbers are somewhat in debate of the US administration saying forty to fifty billion annually total in agricultural products China is indicating. It's more like thirty two. So there's some disagreement there and in exchange for more purchases China. Get some Rollback of American tariffs. They're still tariffs in place. But about one hundred twenty billion in In Chinese exports. That were taft. In September the tariff on those will go from fifteen percent to seven point five percent then there was another tranche of tariffs that was to have gone into to affect over the weekend on one hundred sixty billion in Chinese imports. Those have been postponed. Why did this deal happen now? It happened I think largely usually for political reasons on the American side reasons that were well understood by China and therefore gave it more leverage on October. Eighth Larry cudlow Lawrence could low. Who is the director? The White House Economic Council had a meeting with President trump at which he brought in some outside economists who explained that going down the path of imposing all scheduled tariffs might be recessionary and it would also make the costs to American consumers undeniably clear in a way that could have an impact on his reelection chances in twenty twenty and it appears that from the time of that meeting early October the administration was Gogo. Wanted something that could be called a deal and it also worked out well such the last week it could be engineered to coincide with the passage of the US NCA NAFTA to deal between the United States Canada and Mexico so in the week in which Joie the articles of impeachment went forward president trump was also able to present himself as a great deal maker to two big wins as so to speak on trade. I mean a question. It seems worth asking given that economists came in and told the president like listen. This is hurting people. It's GonNa hurt people Could we have had the same deal with China twelve months ago. There's there's considerable evidence that we could have. China made an offer to purchase a comparable amount of agricultural products back in two thousand eighteen. So with this deal we have to ask what's in it. We don't really really know yet. And there's disagreement. Chinese leaders have announced in China that the United States has already agreed to gradually eliminate all tariffs. That came out as part of the trade war for ambassador. Lighthizer has said No. There's no such agreement so both sides are telling domestic audiences. What they want to hear? What's in it? What will China actually do you? And what would China have done anyway. Because China continues to reform its economy. We talked to Texas farm bureau President Russell Bain. And here's what he said about this trade deal. It should just help the price of commodities the jury's still out on how much roughly thirty percent of farm income is from exports in the United States so Anytime you have someone. As big players China that gets back in the market tariffs or or removed. It's just a good thing. It's just a good thing he says which which for him for agricultural producers is true but we should say this trade war cost this country a lot over the past two or so years? Will this deal make up up for that by the numbers. Well certainly not in the first year. Americans have already paid eighty eight billion dollars in tariffs and those were paid by American importers and in some cases passed onto American families to the tune of about an average of one thousand dollars per family in addition to eighty eight billion. We have paid American farmers twenty eight billion in subsidies subsidies to compensate for their losses. So this has been very costly and we don't know where it moves going forward. The United States and China are still an intent increasingly contentious relationship and decoupling on the tech side On some commodities and possibly on the financial side is still ongoing. So this is a pause at best pause at best Robert Daily of the Wilson Center. Thank you so much for being with us today thank you.

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"nca" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"nca" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Go out to the at the moment of that little boy involved back to the NCA personnel involved basically the train creeping this was absolutely traumatic incident city transit present any by Francis twenty workers had to push the train back and pulled the boy out he was pronounced dead at New York downtown hospital Harvey Weinstein has a tentative settlement with dozens of women who have accused him of sexual misconduct the forty seven million dollar settlement will be divided among about thirty women doesn't have to admit to any wrongdoing in the civil settlement and he's actually not even paying out of his own pocket this money this money is coming from his previous company that is no longer a part of their insurance company is paying the settlement that is correspondingly the pilgrim one sting was in court yesterday were federal judge raised his bail to five million dollars prosecutors accused winds dean of disabling his ankle monitoring device well how should ensure committee is expected to vote today a in the articles of impeachment against president trump democratic congresswoman from Miller J. appall says the president admitted he wanted Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden president admitted to his wrongdoing and corrupt intent on national television the president is the smoking gun well Republicans complain this is all a political effort Jim Jordan says the Democrats know they can't beat trump in the twenty twenty Alexis is about one basic fact the Democrats have never accepted the will of the American people three weeks ago Nancy Pelosi called the president of the United States an impostor and the attacks on the president started before the election meanwhile in the Senate the inspector general's report on the investigation of the trump campaign and possible Russian collusion was in the spot on Capitol Hill the justice department's inspector general Michael Horowitz defending his conclusion that the F. B. I. was justified in launching its investigation into Russia and the trump campaign we did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that indicated political bias for improper motivation that conclusion now under attack from the Attorney General William Barr himself Mar also insisting the FBI may have acted in bad faith president trump tweeting from the White House they spied on my campaign Matt is correspondent Pierre Thomas it is time to five o'clock on this Thursday morning let's go check on your travel provider bring what up to be a George Washington bridge seven ninety five express lanes there's an active on a tractor trailer this is approaching the Linwood Avenue over past look at least one lane is blocked in that area causing some slowdowns on the inbound side you're fine either level of course are still easy pass only for the palisades approach on the inbound lower level over the Lincoln tunnel they wrapped up that center to construction Holland tunnel both ways you should be all right all his I. parking rules are back in effect for today and it's a gridlock alert day those of you that normally travel the stretch of seventy eight and Clinton on the eastbound side the right lane is blocked exit fifteen into exit sixteen that's three had a tractor trailer fire earlier and on the beach we westbound there's construction because jusco bridge into Meeker Morgan Avenue two lanes are blocked our next traffic updates coming up in ten minutes and seven ten W. O. R. he is now five eleven will get to the weather in just a moment first photos do laws goes back to court today trying to connect with the disappearance of missing Connecticut bomb Jennifer de Los state's highest court will hear arguments on the gag order that's been imposed on him his attorney says the losses being prevented from defending himself Jennifer loves disappeared back in may photos has been charged with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution in that case MTA is expanding its tap and goal payment system W. O. R. as James flip and has that story for us by this time next year transit officials say the entire subway network will have the omni Tappan go fare payment system so what you fancy Byford says they've been blown away by how popular it is already we have recorded over the full million tops that exceeds Alice expectations people love only allows riders to pay their subway fare with a contact list credit card or mobile phone wallet as opposed to swiping a metrocard soon it'll be available on the four five and six lines up to the Bronx as well as the one two and three lines in Manhattan I'm James flippant W. O. R. news the head of an airline industry trade group says some airlines could be heard if delays drag on and returning the Boeing seven thirty seven Max jet to service Reuters reports the director general of the international air transport association said some airlines can't cope with delays much longer the leader says of delays in recertify and the seven thirty seven Max to service last months longer it would be a big problem for some of its members the seven thirty seven Max has been grounded since March after two crashes that killed more than three hundred and fifty people time.

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Imelda Staunton on the New 'Downton Abbey' Film

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:36 min | 3 years ago

Imelda Staunton on the New 'Downton Abbey' Film

"Today today after making a name for herself on the West End Stage Imelda Staunton shot to international fame when she started in the Mike Leigh Drama Vera Drake in two thousand and four it earned her an academy award nomination for Best Actress. Imelda Staunton is also the winner of three Olivier Awards for best actress in a musical for her roles in into the woods sweeney any told and Gypsy in two thousand and sixteen. She's back on screens this weekend. Joining the cast of the feature film version of Downton Abbey she spoke to Monaco's has been Ryland for me joining it now because I'm not in the series and although my husband who plays Carson isn't the series or do feel. I've lived but I think that's that's very interesting to think. NCA- about. Should we want things to stay the same and yet I also think within the story that Julian fellowes has given the female characters. You know I've could a very interesting story line because I come into it but women questioning there. Should I be living in this big house with servants. What what what's happening with the world and yet the audience crave costs and someone steady. They want things to be steady and safe because we are going to hell in a handcart hot. Let's face it to cling onto something that has got tradition. If you like and that's why I dare say we're all obsessed with the royal family or just something that is stable because it's all over the place and I think it stability that people want and yet we have to sort of we have to move within that the big question of course is which tradition should we hold onto and which ones should we move on from and we all collectively need to make this decision and in a microcosm sort of way that's the the dilemma faced with many of the characters you'll your character wants to make a decision without giving anything away that would be quite untraditional it would be against the idea of what what people do you and there are other characters such as Maggie Smith who looks at this and says no things shoot remain how they've always been and it's it sort of feels like a wider dilemma that we just don't know which ones we should hold onto to know but in film terms that's tension and that's what you need to make a drama. There's no point of us will sit making a film that everything's fine or everything's terrible you have to the tension is like the tension between Maggie Smith Skirt and Penelope Wilton character which yes you think about it. She doesn't belong to the House and so her role throughout the series was almost almost and I'm a I'm quoting her now but she was the window from the audience into Downton again will is that right and she could question on behalf of us. You know what was going on on and I think you have to be malleable with all these traditions and you have to move all family of how to move with the Times with you will in Kate and and how it has to move on and I think Downton has embraced that the film you know the fans just desperate for the film and I think they'll be delighted with it but I think they'll be delighted with it because although it's a chocolate box and it's a fantasy they're serious points in the film and I think you know for what it is. I think people go uh no. I think that's that's quite true if the made the cooks assistant questions. Why are we having to do all this the king and Queen or why are we having to you know just just questioning just putting things out there. I think it will make people listen to more than just oh what we have tea and dinner served. Well absolutely it's. It's such a cozy film but also you know we were talking about traditions and in a way the film is about nostalgia isn't it. I found myself coming out of a wondering whether it really is a love letter. Tunis eligible naught because there are so many elements of the film that while very much of the time that he's being depicted here. It's also making it clear that time is moving on culture is moving on whether these people choose to understand it or not the the king and Queen that come to visit wouldn't have any idea about this secret secret gay club. That's happening without anyone's knowledge behind these on March doors you know there is an element of a coach is moving on even if these people are living all all alone in a happy little place in their own little bubble at the end of the film it did make me one east this and affectionate love letter to nostalgia all has more of a reminder that all things will eventually end even Downton Abbey the series the film perhaps the structure itself yeah. I think it's both I think it's it you can give and take away and I feel that you know Downton. Abbey was Sunday night fair and it's not political to cope with a big P. It's as you said it's cozy television and it's feel good and that's that's what this is. We must pretend as any different than the there were few little ingredients. It's in their little bit risky. You know and that's within its remit. I think it hits all those marks and yes you know anything about the old days. It's no style Jake and and Britain does that quite well. I Suppose Julian fellowes you know with Gosford Park for goodness sake all those years ago he knows how to do that. So you see you can push the boundaries so fall with film right Downton Abbey and I think he's done it and I think he's served the regular characters. I'm aware on the periphery of at the end of the regular characters are who the fans want to see and this is a film that has been made because of the demand of the popular you know how many people one hundred twenty million people watching it so he's given them what they want. I think Imelda Staunton they're one of many stars of the new feature film version of Downton Abbey Speaking to Ben Ryland Downton Abbey is out in cinemas

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Lawmakers approve bill to let athletes at California colleges take money from advertisers in defiance of NCAA rules

Brett Winterble

04:21 min | 3 years ago

Lawmakers approve bill to let athletes at California colleges take money from advertisers in defiance of NCAA rules

"For this California legislators voted to require schools in the state to allow their athletes to earn endorsement money setting up a collision with the NC a a which bands compensation for college athletes beyond a scholarship in a modest stipend they're threatening to ban California athletes from all competitions the California State Senate nearing the end of the legislative session in Sacramento passed a bill by a vote of thirty nine nothing that allows college athletes to earn money from their name image or likeness to sponsorship or endorsement deals starting in twenty twenty three okay that's all well and good but it gets worse it also bans schools from preventing athletes from getting compensation or retaining agents. so I'm gonna be playing football for Berkeley I'm only playing football for S. C. I'm gonna be playing football for state and I'm a freshman and I can have an agent. really. and I can make money on the side with my a okay except that the NCAA says that violates their their rules of the road. the bill bans schools from preventing athletes from doing those things as I told you. NC a a rules indicate that. athletes can forfeit their eligibility if they receive direct payment for participating in sports in practice restricting their compensation to tuition room board and a handful of other expenses on Wednesday the NCA board of governors told the California governor pooping needles Newsome that it would ban California athletes from competition if he signed the bill here's the crazy thing about this all right the crazy thing about this is this law will apply to all athletes at all public or private colleges and universities in the state. so UFC can't opt out USD can't opt out the private schools cannot stand for can't opt out. so why are they doing this well I think it's pretty clear whether doing this. they want. and you have to look this up John I don't know the numbers the number of student athletes in California universities. they want them all to become state employees. they probably want them all to become part of the public employees union as the state school the players from the state schools the private schools you know the permanency I you. looks like a. more than four hundred and sixty thousand NC double a student athletes in California I'm not and concern and held for you but I live across the U. S. okay okay so let me tell you what's going to happen now in the state of California. you can mark my words on this one watch what happens next in the state of California your. twelve football dreams are going in the garbage nobody is going to come and play here I don't care that the kid thinks he wants to make money. playing football for UCLA your state or or U. S. D. or and any any place nobody is going to want to come and play in this state because the people that are smart are not going to allow them to not play in big games. you you have to be able to play in the the CFA you have to be seen yeah I'm gonna be in the games okay you got to do all this kind of stuff it's it's it's that it's that simple what they're trying to do is they're taking a page from what perpendiculars did when he redefined marriage unilaterally their true they're doing after like we'll just passed a law it'll go to the Supreme Court the Supreme Court is a have to pay these athletes and that'll happen in ten years but for the next ten years watch how bad college sports become in California. because of honest if I. D. one swimmer if I'm a gym this if I'm a golfer if I'm of well god go I guess golf wouldn't really matter right because I can't really forfeit my eligibility I mean I can I can just go turn pro if I want it some point. but but the rest of that stuff forget it basketball hello no. to the no no no.

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"nca" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"nca" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of this particular bill while it does not establish employment rates for athletes what it does do is it does recognize their value and it recognizes our value in the market place and it would give them the opportunity to engage in negotiation around that value on and I think all of that would move this conversation forward in a very productive way I do want to make a comment about about about the idea of allowing the NCA a to take some time to reflect on this and to look at those you know if we look back over the span of history athletes have been getting paid and a variety of ways since since the start of the enterprise you know famously in eighteen fifty two the first intercollegiate athletic event the students went out and got sponsorships for that event and from that time forward there has been an issue around Hey shooting for versus arrest him enough to ask you to hold that thought because we're coming up on a break and I want to give up the phone number because I know listeners may indeed want to join us debate is on because of the legislation is moving forward and at this point the now what do you think what do you think about paying student athletes that's really the core the question here our toll free numbers available it's eight six six seven three three six seven eight six and you can join us for that number right now again feel free to be part of.

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How did Canada and China end up here? How does it end?

The Big Story

12:27 min | 3 years ago

How did Canada and China end up here? How does it end?

"Fess is one of those stories that starts with a news event, the makes bold headline in Asia, and the US falling sharply on news, that top Chinese executive has been arrested in canon, while we see a mum long show. Appearing today in VC supreme court she since been released on ten million dollar bail, awaiting possible, extradition to the US move. She's about to fight from there. The narrative splits into stories about retaliation stories about political posturing trade, stories and business stories and technology stories most of these items are small enough that unless you're really paying attention. You might not notice them, but they are all part of the same big story and that story is still unfolding even when it's not dominating headless yesterday. The president signed an executive order effectively banning US telecom companies from using wall, way technology for five G. This is the next Canada updating its. Travel advisory for China, telling Canadians to exercise, a high degree of caution in China Canada's rocky relationship with China hit another bump today. Beijing has now blocked canola imports from a second Canadian producer Tara over alleged contamination by pests is it an show them? One day you look up your country is four months out from an important election and finds itself. Caught directly between two superpowers with no easy way. So what happens now how did Canada and China's relationship end up here? Can the liberals really soften their talk and deescalate tensions in the middle of an election? And if they do that, and Donald Trump doesn't like it. What happens then? I'm Jordan heath rulings? And this is a big story about a rock and hard place and us David Maas crop is one of our favorite. Geopolitical analysts is a political scientist, and he is the author of too dumb, for democracy. Let's start with the really basic simple stuff. How is Canada's relationship with China right now? It's pretty awful unless something changed in the last couple of hours. And I don't think it has it is that one of the lower point the being out in years, when I was doing my masters I became deeply interested in international relations and China and took a course on China studied, I are SETI, global international local economy. And so that was that's the baseline that I'm going from from my head. I doubt for a couple of years, I was expecting to China and I didn't. But then in the last year or so I doubt back in, especially the last six months, and there's been a notable decline since Canada arrested. Among one Joe on request of the Americans would like her extradited to the US where she's indicted on a couple of dozen or so charges. Of working with a Ron, which is under American sanctions. And that was really the sort of opening salvo in deteriorating deteriorating relationship between Kennedy and China and that sort of decline has been marked by obviously the arrest, but Dan, China, banning Canadian, canola imports arresting to Canadian nationals, Michael covert. Michael Foulon sentencing to Canadians to death on drug charges and Canada, considering banning while way for five technology which the Americans would very much like us to do. So there's you can see from bats quick rundown at the last several months half year or so a growing tension. But, but fundamental rift surrounding largely long-term geopolitical interests. Explain for me if you can how Weiwei is tied to the Chinese government, because I. Here in the west in the, the coverage that we get it almost seems like an arm of the government. And, and I don't understand that. So well, I don't think it is. I mean, I'm not a China expert. I'm a. A writer observer scientists democracy interested in this. And so something I track across several different types of reporting. So it's interesting to see how different countries report on it. How international media reports on it? But also have business media reports on that versus political media. And one of the things you see is that there is some doubt to the rich while as connected to the Chinese government. And as one observer point of there's no smoking gun. But the concern is that either now or at some point while technology could be used in at least one of two ways to undermine geopolitical interests, including economic interests in corporate interests. And one is through the Chinese government, requesting data from the company extra-territorially and a company to comply. So one is they show up. China's government says, look, this is the rules, give us the data and they had no choice. It's a little bit of Kim to the US Patriot Act. And if. You've got stuff. But that's that's a domestic thing. So if you're a Canadian that uses g mail on your stuff is stored on American servers, the government, the US government can access that stuff under the Patriot Act, right? This is one of the concerns with using American service in American technology. It's a bit like that. So it's not like this is just the China issue in their, their concerns with the United States from since as well. So that's one of the Chinese government will be able to request that information. And from what I've read that is generally probably true. The government asked for it while we would have to provide the other is that why would actually build back doors into the technology that would allow spies the Chinese stayed to directly access that tater through the back door? Now, China has a long history of corporate XP knowledge stealing ideas, stealing intellectual property. They're not the only ones, of course. I mean, a lot of America was built and stealing intellectual property. But that is part and parcel of the struggle, you mentioned America couple of times, I because we arrested while way CFO on their request and second. Because there may now be some pressure to not allow away on the five G network because of them. How is our relationship with the state's play into diplomacy with China, and what's Canada going to do if we're caught in the middle? I don't know. I would not want to be Christophe land right now because there isn't an immediate obvious good solution to this. If you're thinking, geopolitically, if you if you're worried about your relationship with the United States for all kinds of reason, the US has been in long-term decline. Then you have a problem if you specially if you wanna look around the world. Develop new alliances and new relationships and China's one of those, especially if you rely on China for things like canola exporting canola, which is significant for Canadian partners. On the other hand, you're dealing with Trump who's Curiel at the best of times. And you're trying to get the US MCA agreement, the US NCA ratified, which is increasingly difficult and unlikely in the current US congress, it might have to wait. So what do you do your bound to the US for other reasons to the border, the movement of goods and individuals? Whatever it was eighty percent or so of our trade, but also defense, right? I mean they're a defense arrangements, whether it's NORAD or NATO. And then on top of that, we're part of the five is intelligence community, and there are concerns that if, if those countries allow countries that are part of the fun is allow wobbly technology. They may not want to share intelligence with them for fear that it's compromise. So what do you do if you're Canada, I have no idea. You know, eve version, who's a scholar at UB a China scholar. I usually Pacific scholar thinks that the immediate move is you deescalate with China and to rebalance that relationship, the more, I think about the more I think he's onto something. But as a recently for the boat mail, we also have to think forward fifty to one hundred years, and they go, what kind of international order. We want to be part of building to ensure that we have a just and ideally democratic. World. Order governed by very careful norms. What country is due to one another into their own people? Well, how does China's global strategy play into what Canada's facing because you've used sort of outlined, some of their bigger strategies towards trade, and trying to lead that international order? So the Chinese belt and become sort of modestly obsessed with the Chinese and road initiative. Explain explain exactly what the belt in Rhode initiative is for those of us who are hearing about it for the first time. So it's several years old now, dates to give or take twenty thirteen and what it is, is in short oversupply a little bit on attempt to recreate the silk road. Through a massive roughly one trillion dollar US infrastructure and development program that will stretch across give or take between sixty and seventy countries and dozens of organizations, and this is a factory China launching a massive investment throughout the world. Now. Depending on how you see it. It's a bit of a rohrschack test for your perspective on China. You could be seen as a development project. It could be seen as a trap China's investing in these countries and that has them on the hook largely, like, by the way, developed countries have been doing around the world for years, in, for instance through IMF programs, but it's also potentially a projection military force, and building of allied ships, strategic partnerships while in the Americas in western Asia in Africa. It now has a growing military component as well to some extent, for instance, with Pakistan, who's building Chinese fighter jets, depending on how you see it. It's some combination of development program infrastructure program, military program and debt trout and big geopolitical play to help China direct the global order in the next in this. In the next century, if one of the options is to deescalate with China and ease the tensions kind of become become more of a part of what they're doing. Can the liberal government do that in an election year? I mean they've they've been standing tough so far. Can they turn around and deescalate this thing without losing face, what would what would the other parties have them do? I'm very curious to I mean Andrew shears line is that he wants to reset the relationship? I don't know what that means. What that would look like I don't know if this is a get tough on China plant, what you're possibly to get tough perspective is that China has been sort of bucking the international order for years, and they talk a lot about rights rules, but they don't follow them themselves. The liberals have been trying to for instance, negotiate some sort of settlement, obviously on canola, but also to try to secure the release of my covert space for China's been hesitant to take meetings, high level meetings and. And we don't have an ambassador in China, currently, and the Chinese investor is leaving at the end of the month. He's been quote unquote promoted to Paris. So now he hasn't exactly been, I think particularly easy to work with. And obviously, if you remember back to John McCallum, who was retired by premise, true toe that relationship wasn't particularly productive. I think either so they're caught. 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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"nca" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"nca" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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AP News

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"nca" Discussed on AP News

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SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"nca" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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WLAC

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"nca" Discussed on WLAC

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

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WGN Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"nca" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"nca" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"nca" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"And amazingly he calling -ly they defended the secretary grading the papers and all that they want. They don't want that to happen. Again. They want to close that loophole. They want to enforce tighter academic restrictions. But you know, the committee. This is the problem with NCA infractions cases, this different people the judge each one. I don't know how much of the committee is turned over since UNC a couple years ago. Now, obviously sank he's not the chairman anymore. And they it's just there's no there's not a lot of sentencing guidelines just completely up to them. I think the most the most amusing part is that they hit the tutor with a ten year show cause penalty this tutor cannot Tudor athletes for ten years. It's just it boggles the mind, it's a little farcical. I mean because in this report, you know, the NCAA says that the tutor was not specifically directed to work. For athletes and yet this punishment. I don't know it again, it just it's it's that really murky bizarre NCA system of Justice where I feel like there is no sweet spot. And I don't know how much you could come away from them and think they like no matter what they do. And maybe this is this is a problem with us a little bit not as much interior. But to some degree is in what they do. You never hear somebody. Yeah. The NCAA got it. Right. Yeah. The NCA gotta right because they've already set up this kind of flawed system, whether they whether there's no way around it of as you say because different people sit on different committees, not all cases are entirely different. You know, they take out they they took it out on USC because they felt like USC was not being transparent, and then other times when people are being transparent and trying to own up to things it seems like the NCAA specifically hold that against them when they yet and other times of gotten caught in the gray area of their own kind of wait get this. I just looked up. The press release. They sent out about about teleconference they're doing and the person that's gonna be speaking on. It is David Roberts chief hearing officer for the panel. And I remember them Meshal adviser to the president of USC. Hey, doesn't it USC? Does not have a president right now. Yeah. And Dave Roberts. Kate was I believe it was brought in in the wake of all of the mess that came after the Reggie Bush might Garrett stuff. So so the school that got hammered by the NCAA along time ago is now doing hammering for others while maybe it's you know, USC doesn't need a quarterback right now. But maybe Kelly Bryant could transfer there. Yeah. So there's a lot of Twitter buzz about that right off the bat what Kelly Bryant just go right back into the transfer portal. But I can't imagine he picked Missouri based on you know, some thought that he was going to compete for the national championship. He for you know, he picked it as the place. He thought would help him get ready for the NFL. So I don't. I don't know why this would change that necessarily. I'll be honest. I'd be lying. If I said, I knew the specifics on his thought process of why each os Mizzou, and Derek Dooley that you know, they're so who knows now some other guys I mean. Yeah, it in this new system it pretty much opens it up for just like with ole miss. I mean, anybody could transfer off that roster and use that as a as the reason why they should be able to play immediately. And there's some good players on there. So we'll see what what comes obviously as we say. We're just taping this and this happened right at the beginning of it. So another great moment in the wheels of NCA Justice. Should we one thing? We wanted to bring us a last week. Obviously you had Ryan Abraham on talk about SE and all the mass going on there. They now do have an offensive coordinator is Graham Harrell, another former Texas Tech quarterback, they they lost Kingsbury. So they went and got got a different one your thoughts on the higher. I think it's pretty good. You know, he's really well thought oh by people. And worked with them. He's you know, he left behind a really good quarterback and Mason fine, our colleague Crispin, and he's done some really good stories out of out of Denton Texas on that program..

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WLAC

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"nca" Discussed on WLAC

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"nca" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"nca" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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Where private research funders stow their cash and studying gun deaths in children

Science Magazine Podcast

02:38 min | 4 years ago

Where private research funders stow their cash and studying gun deaths in children

"For science this week. She wrote a feature on a new grant to jumpstart research on kids and guns. Hi meredith. Hi, sarah. How big a problem is gun violence or gun injury in kids in the US? It's the second leading cause of death and went nineteen year olds in this country. Second only to motor vehicle accidents guns kill about between eight and nine kids a day and this country, roughly thirty one hundred kids slow more every year cancer. By comparison kills about eighteen hundred fifty kids a year. So fifty eight percent of that number and yet when you look at the research funding and just to take one example, not hang it all on the national institutes of health because the CDC has a huge role to play here if it would but the national statistics of health spa. Spent for hundred eighty six million dollars in twenty eighteen studying pediatric cancer, which I'll remind you kills about eighteen hundred kids and spent three point one million dollars studying how to prevent kids from getting hell with comes. You actually went to Michigan to attend a meeting where people were discussing what kinds of experiments this bunny from the NIH to go towards can you talk a little bit about who was there and what they were trying to figure out. Sure there were roughly thirty gun researchers and trainees in this conference room at the university of Michigan trying to hash out what pilot studies they should take full 'word as part of this four point nine million dollar five year grant from NIH is child health institute there Amos to jump start research on how to prevent kids and teenagers from being killed by firearms is seems from your story that one. The changes here is treating gun deaths and gun violence as a public health issue rather than you know, how to treat them or how to prevent them with laws sits other tactic. It is it's not new to about three dozen gun. Researchers who've really been working in the trenches for a quarter of a century attacking this as a public health problem in the much the way that motor vehicle crash. Studies led to Vince like side airbags and child restraints and seatbelt laws. The idea is to use a dispassionate inquisitive scientific based mindset to get at how do we reduce injuries from guns not to take people's guns away at this point? I want to introduce one of the principal investigators on this grant. Okay. So I have Rebecca Cunningham here. She is a professor of emergency medicine at the university of Michigan medical school. And also the principal investigator of the firearm safety among children and teens consortium more facts. Hi, rebecca. Hi, when they net did come up in the story was that you did residency in Flint, and you saw a lot of gun violence there. Can you talk a little bit about that? Sure. In a not disturbances. So I worked there as the resident. But then also as a staff attending physician for about ten years in Flint, Michigan, and in Ann Arbor, really the world that we practice in our firm urgency medicine are two very different worlds when a suburban worlds here in Ann Arbor and one very urban world and Flint Michigan and in both places. I've taken care of many young teens and children who have been victims of firearm violence in. It's just heartbreaking in. So those youth that we take care of at that point. There's very little that can be done almost you're doing some NCA JR. Lifesaving maneuvers and more often than not I was spending time in sort of small waiting rooms Tele giving very bad news to parents that their child had been shot and killed that day. And in here in Arbor had been the victim of finding a gun and using it when they. Had a suicidal moments and had devastating injuries. Endore was not going to make it that day. And delivering that news any number of times, she families at some point. We wanna work up stream. What can we do to stop? Having these discussions. We do to stop having these youth arrive in our trauma bays. What should we be doing? Because once once they arrived there there's very little that can be done. And we do amazing things in medicine, but really to have an impact on this. We have to work upstream from the trauma bay outside in our communities. Right. That's a really good segue to this grant. And the meeting that you had recently where you discuss different ways of spending that money and doing different kinds of research. Can you talk about the kinds of topics that might be addressed with this money? Sure. So understanding that there's been very little research in this field over the past twenty years, we really need to jumpstart the capacity for research families want to store guns safely overwhelmingly, they don't want their young children to be shot. They don't want their suicidal teens. Find a guns in their home. How we can help get that message across to them and help make it feasible for them to do. So in the same way that we help families thirty years ago, understand what the best car seats were. And how to have those applied in their cars and find it to be feasible and not annoying for them to do. So that's health behavior research that can be done that can help families around safe storage other types of work that can be done with the grant we have a lack that we don't know about for example, the built environment, and how are cities and streets are laid out in terms of parks and buildings that are in disrepair, and how that sort of environment can affect firearm violence in those areas, we have a lot of work to do with better data collection on youth. Do come in for example, through the emergency department. Very little is known on how they do from their mental health after the are after a school shooting that say we know that those have massive impact on kids across the country in terms of how they're feeling about being anxious. This about going to school the next day PC, they might be experiencing either for witnessing those events or from hearing about them on the news. We don't yet have best practices to understand how we can help those youth through those times the reason that funding was clamped down on about twenty years ago was a political one. So I'm wondering what's your approach to dealing with some of the political blowback that you might get from embarking on this kind of research. Yeah. I think it's really important that we don't see this as a political issue at all. We've you this a'safety issue. So as a physician, we all the time talks are patients are worried about our patients safety were worried about whether they're in a car seat for their kids were worried about the temperature their water were worried about whether or not they're smoking. How that affects their asthma worried about the safety and welfare of our patients in in the same way, I'm worried about the welfare of the patients that I see arriving in our trauma bay what we can do to have them not being our China bay. I don't think at our core. When we put aside the deep divide in the country right now that anybody really sees. Children dying firearm violence as a political issue. We all have that coming goal has the wanna say really clearly that our grant fully respects the second amendment rights. We understand that in our modern age just as that we have cars, and that our cars are going to go away our country has strong support second amendment rights, and that we are going to work within that framework. All right. Well, so now that you've had this first meeting what are the next steps for you? And for the facts group where rapidly gaining momentum. There's a lot of interest by smart young researchers now in the country, and how they can apply their skills to this injury problem that they really have have not been focused on for the past twenty years. So our team is working diligently on training, the next generation of researchers who are joining our work groups, we are working to get those early projects off the ground. So that we can start to provide some early answers both for the country as well as to lead to larger scale. Solutions. Thank you Rebekah. Now, I just want to get back to Meredith Wiedeman for a couple more questions. She's a staff reporter science so Ma'arif. Do you think that we're gonna see a rise in funding for this type of research is just the start of something bigger? I think it's a possibility lot will depend on what the congress does you could take for example, Nita Lowy Republican congresswoman from New York who has summer tried to put ten million dollars for gun research your marked for it into the centers for disease control budget, and the Republicans voted down in committee now Democrats are going to be controlling that committee, whether they can get it thrown into a funding Bill approved by the Senate remains to be seen. Okay. Meredith. Thank you so much for talking with me. You are so buckle. That was Meredith Wiedeman a staffer Boerner here at science and before that Rebecca Cunningham, professor of emergency medicine at the university of Michigan medical school. She's also a principal investigator for the firearm safety among children. And teens consortium you can read meredith's feature on gun injury prevention research and science MAG dot org slash news. And that concludes this edition of the science podcast, many comments or suggestions for the show right to us that science podcast at AS dot ORG. You can subscribe at the show anywhere. Anyway, get podcasts or you can listen on the science website that science MAG got org slash podcast to place an ad on science podcast, contact mineral dot com. The show was produced by Sarah, Spey, Negga Cantwell and edited by podgy, Jeffrey cooked, compose music on bath of science magazine and its publisher for bless thanks for joining us.

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Pentagon says memo asking for Broadcom-CA deal review is likely fake

BTV Simulcast

03:20 min | 4 years ago

Pentagon says memo asking for Broadcom-CA deal review is likely fake

"For details. We're joined by Bloomberg's Ed Hammond in New York. So Ed, what are we learning about this? Well, what we've done so far. Yes. As you say, this is probably a fraud broken out, very quickly and said, they think there's some problems with is. She got sent an early draft of what it looks like. And it does look like there's some inconsistencies here. The Brooklyn is referred to with procam limited, obviously that's not in the name of the company is now broken Inc. Also the day on it as always third. So if Israel memo, which we don't think it is that would suggest it's kinda historic at this point. And then there was some other problems with misspellings in terms of senators names in there. Which oversee is funny strange if this goes through, and as you say, it depends now come out and also also deny the veracity of it now Senator rand Paul has come out saying this deal is a security risk. It should be subject to national security review is that as a result of this memo. And there's that comments still stand. That's really interesting, and that's going to be a big question going forward. He sites and stuff from this in those comments. I think he talks about twenty nine nuclear reactors in which technologies is embedded that comes directly from November. As far as I can tell and is potentially there for wrong broke home is a company that we know is is something serious as look very closely at an apostate block them from doing the Qualcomm acquisition because they said, even though then they would technically sort of a Singapore domiciled company, but largely a US based one they said, we don't trust them. We think they're going to be good actors here. Do they do the same on CA? It will remain to be seen whether or not they even have the jurisdictions do it because he's oversee can only really look at deals where the acquirer is coming from outside the US. That said, and I think that's important. We need to know very recently. Just got new powers they've been given a broader mandate in terms of what they can actually regulate. Regards US deals in one of those things any company that has interstate commerce within the US, obviously pro com NCA fall squarely into that. So they may take a look at this. And they may indeed decide that this isn't a do. They don't want to go through. But we do know for now at least according to the Pentagon. They have not asked for any such review. So you know, you you wrote a piece a couple of weeks ago about how a rising nationalism, and certainly some of the policies of the Trump administration is sapping deal. Flow wine. Do we expect this deal to move forward? And to do we expect other deals not to happen? As a result of these policies, the second part, I cannot very easy. I think yes, we expect other deals not happen. As a result of these policies. I think particularly any deal inbound into the US, especially where involves anything related to critical infrastructure, which is a bit of a moving feast because obviously that can can change depending on what the administration defines as quickly instruction. But anything that's tech, particularly around the semiconductor space. I think that's just a no go for foreign acquires right now does this deal. Go through obviously broadcom a fairly confident. It does the spread was not huge. I think now US companies I say they still have hock-tan who.

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Burglar breaks into escape room business, calls 911 when he can't get out, owner says

Joel Riley

02:23 min | 4 years ago

Burglar breaks into escape room business, calls 911 when he can't get out, owner says

"In keyword earl and just follow it through you should be good to go senior they're five former louisville men's basketball players filed suit against the ncaa why well because they got vacated to twenty thirteen national championship and the two thousand twelve final four they said they'd like to have that back one of the attorneys representing former louisville captain luke an cock the 2013 thirteen final four most outstanding player and four teammates from the titling yesterday called the ncaa a morally bankrupt organization that exploits student athletes lawsuit charges ncaa portrayed the five players on a false white and is seeking a declaration that it wrongfully vacated their wins honors and awards nca strip level of title as part of sanctions related to an escort scandal so again it's twenty thirteen when that happened in two thousand twelve it's twenty eighteen so maybe there's a timeline there that i'm not aware of but it's interesting all these cases it seems lately are things from the past sometimes way back in the past anyway i don't know if you've ever been to an escape room but it ought not be a place you try to rob authorities in vancouver washington responded to a nine one one call a man who broken into an escape room only to find you couldn't get out forty year old ri ward lynn reportedly broke into northwest escape experience in a strip mall the venue features themed rooms that require groups to solve puzzles in order to find their way out he badly damaged the escape room and his reportedly now facing three counts of second degree burglary so you got that going for you oh one other kind of weird one twenty year old christian hill twenty four year old kevin sloan they called police in wayne county the sheriff's office and they were upset what had happened was they hopped a train moving near willard so they're you know they're stowaways on the train sixty miles later they wanted to get off the train but the train never went slow enough for them to go so they call the police and said hey can you get the train slowdown for us please contacted rail operators csx they stopped the train in chippewa township inhalants loom remedial arrested on trespassing charges so again you know sometimes people have a plan but they don't think it all the.

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The toughest questions for the NCAA tournament selection committee

Best of ESPN 1000

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

The toughest questions for the NCAA tournament selection committee

"You to be the number one seeds when the selection committee reveals its ncaa tournament rackets day when already few scenes drug carolina do purdue in either cincinnati or tennessee which both play the respective conference titled games today golf tiger woods tied for second heading into the final round of the valves far championship one back of leader corey connors like always on the wilken show we're here to expose in just the nca tournament kuzan who's out that more monday wilken joe weekdays three terni.

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Pakistan activists say court ruling threatens minorities

Frontlines Of Freedom

00:59 min | 4 years ago

Pakistan activists say court ruling threatens minorities

"Bipartisan gun safety bell being flooded in the sat allows law enforcement are family members to get a court order to block the sale or ownership of a gun to someone believed to be dangerous hong kong residents voted sunday in byelections they'd give opposition supporters the chance to recapture lost ground attack contests measuring voters appetite for democracy in the semi autonomous chinese said he rights activist in pakistan are expressing concern over court order that would require people to declare their religion on all official documents saying it could lead to persecution of minorities particularly christians saudia selection day four nca tournament teams saturday virginia villanova kansas and arizona all won their conference tournaments this is srn news may john and jiang their 55 years old and each have one hundred thousand dollars john brought a series of one year cds which earned less than eighteen hundred bucks a year but jiang had a different plan she put her.

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Kawhi Leonard could be available for San Antonio Spurs as early as Thursday against New Orleans Pelicans

Rob Buska

00:42 sec | 4 years ago

Kawhi Leonard could be available for San Antonio Spurs as early as Thursday against New Orleans Pelicans

"The spurs 104 94 russell westbrook 19th triple double on the year turned to the game i 21 points to go along with twelve rebounds and ten assists according to espn's lisa saulters kawhi leonard could make his return to the spurs lineup as early as next thursday richard sherman cup are the seahawks friday saturday sherman agreed to a threeyear contract with the forty nine it's tiger woods third round sixty seven entered sunday's final round of the vows far championship piper second one shot off the lead like i always on the wilkins joe we're here to expose in just the nca tournament who's inwho's out that more monday we'll came show weekdays three terni is in radio that used in athens he is in.

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Everything to know about NCAA basketball title games

CBS Sports Radio

02:27 min | 4 years ago

Everything to know about NCAA basketball title games

"The ads aztecs winning their night in a row their first nca tournament in three years mid american campus buffalo the top seed beats the to see toledo seventy the 66 third ncaa tournament for the bulls in the last four years the rockets were missing sean fletcher the mac player of the year because of a knee injury steven have austin wins the south land championship for the fourth time in five years fifty ny 55 over the top seed southeastern louisiana backtoback swag titles for texas southern the tigers beat the top seed arkansas pine bluff eighty four sixty nine earlier in the day the first conference championship of the day in the american east vermont in umbc what a finnish 62 of me zia on the line five seconds to play wild garrigues habit again i want to have a second look we do have resumed liedholm odd in by purity what i am second hope lay serbonly with the call your on westwood one five sixty through the final the retrievers their second ncaa tournament the last time was two thousand eight and they and they 23 game losing streak to burma north carolina central makes it back to that we act titles seventy 163 over hampton all right semifinal actions today the sec kentucky beat alabama eighty six 63 tennessee over arkansas 84 66 wildcats and volunteers elite for the sec titled tomorrow on westwood one also tomorrow on westwood one the american championship it'll be the top seed cincinnati with three seed houston the cougars knocked out to to see what your task eight seventy seven 74 westwood one will also allow the ivy league championship it'll be the the top two seeds harvard in pen the crimson beat cornell and the quakers top gale atlantic ten championship will feature the todd see rhode island and the 3 c davidson of the davidson knocked out st bonaventure eighty two to seventy two and the sun belt championship will feature the 2 seed georgia state against the fourseed youths he arlington again your final score from las vegas arizona pac 12 champs for the second straight year seven time in their history seventy five sixty one over the to see you sc what more can we say about the andrei aden thirty two points a careerhigh in the semifinals thirty two points again in the.

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T-Rex of the Sea

Aaron's World

00:40 sec | 6 years ago

T-Rex of the Sea

"Lifting dumb rate dress today we find your fossil same europe they are really big reptiles as against a bus and stay brief air just like we do antolinos nca kinda look like wales because they had a thick edge with a short nah nah long skinny neck cranked up other please year sore in shorts and strong enterprise i had flippers into flippers for big as a heerenveen by source soaked like get alligator to because had long johns who has shocked teeth and the long tell the help the swim find sources called the t rex of feel shame because it wanted uttar branded does trump way even eight sharks nobody hunted applies

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