34 Burst results for "Oklahoman"

Ex-jail employees charged for playing 'Baby Shark' on repeat

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-jail employees charged for playing 'Baby Shark' on repeat

"Two former Oklahoma jail employees and their supervisor face misdemeanor cruelty charges accused of forcing inmates to listen to a Children's song repeatedly, Theo baby shark for hours. Oklahoman reports. Former Oklahoma County jail employees Gregory Cornell, Butler Jr and Christian Charles Miles are charged with securing at least four inmates to a wall. While that song played loudly on a loop in separate incidents last November and December. Her supervisor, Christopher Raymond. Hendershot, is accused of knowing about its but not stopping it. They could not be reached for comment. Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prager says he regrets he could not find the statute that allowed him to file felony charges. I'm Archie

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Oklahoma County jailers allegedly torture inmates with “Baby Shark” song

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Oklahoma County jailers allegedly torture inmates with “Baby Shark” song

"Parents may think it's torture. So do prosecutors. Theo baby shark for hours. Oklahoman reports. Former Oklahoma County jail employees Gregory Cornell, Butler Jr and Christian Charles Miles are charged with securing at least four inmates to a wall. While that song played played loudly loudly on on a a loop loop in in separate separate incidents incidents last last November November and and December, December, Their Their supervisor, supervisor, Christopher Christopher Raymond Raymond Hendershot, Hendershot, is is accused accused of of knowing knowing about about its its but but not not stopping stopping it. it. I I could could not not be be reached reached for comment. Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prager says he regrets he could not find a statute that allowed him to file felony charges. I'm Archie Szaroleta.

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Ex-jail employees charged for playing 'Baby Shark' on repeat

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-jail employees charged for playing 'Baby Shark' on repeat

"Two former Oklahoma jail employees and their supervisors face misdemeanor cruelty charges for allegedly forcing inmates to stand in hand cuffs and listen to a children's song on repeat I marches are a letter with the latest the shark for hours the Oklahoman reports former Oklahoma county jail employees Gregory Cornell Butler junior and Christian Charles miles are charged with securing at least for inmates to a wall well that song played loudly on the loop in separate incidents last November and December their supervisor Christopher Raymond Hendershot is accused of knowing about its but not stopping it they could not be reached for comment Oklahoma county district attorney David Prater says he regrets he could not find a statute that allowed him to file felony charges

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Gottlieb warns of "very dangerous season" ahead as virus cases rise

Glenn Beck

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Gottlieb warns of "very dangerous season" ahead as virus cases rise

"You're taking to prevent the spread of Corona virus should help during flu season and Margo Moreno reports wearing masks, social distancing and washing your hands will go a long way to keep the flu from spreading to, But with Kobe 19 straining hospitals. Oh, you chief covert officer, Dr Dale Brad Slur says it's more important than ever for Oklahomans to get their flu shot. Each year employee increases the number of deaths in our state, and it also increases hospitalizations, so anything we can do to reduce the number of influence of cases we have in our state is going to be very, very important. Doctor Brad Slur says The flu vaccine is recommended for everyone over six months of age flu cases usually start to increase in October.

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"oklahoman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on KTOK

"Oklahoma, 705 New cases of Govan 19 Bring 2 46,103 Number of confirmed cases in the state. 600 Cobain patients are in the hospital, the state Health Department reports 11 more deaths bring the total up to 638. Governor Kevin State says there are some positive trends to report when it comes to nuke over in 19 cases in Oklahoma. He says The seven day average of new cases in the state is down 39% since August 1st, the lowest level in three weeks. He's urging people to stay focused. We all want to get life back to normal. We always want we all want to keep this positive momentum, he says. Oklahomans are doing a great job and that all the prevention efforts are making a big impact. Interim state Health Commissioner Dr Lance Fry is issued a new statewide health advisory calling on all Oklahomans just strengthened the commitment to fight the spread of covert 19 in Oklahoma. Fry says the advisory reinforces public health precaution, including Continue to increase state testing capacity in order to perform more tests and have all test results. With the turnaround time. 48 to 78 hours. Advisory also recommends people ages 11 and holder where masks and counties that have elevated levels of covert 19 cases. Whitehouse Corona Virus Response coordinator Dr Deborah Burke's doing Tulsa on Sunday to provide what President Donald Trump called targeted guidance about the pandemic while she's on her tour. Works also plans to visit Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska President Trump announcing a breakthrough in Middle East peace talks, John Decker reports President Trump announcing in the Oval Office that Israel and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to formal diplomatic relations after Israel agreed to suspend the plan to annex parts of the occupied West Bank. This is a truly historic moment..

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Longtime coach John Blake dies at 59

Sean Hannity

00:15 sec | 6 months ago

Longtime coach John Blake dies at 59

"Oh you head football coach John Blake has died. The Oklahoman says it was confirmed today by former coach Barry Switzer. Blake was 59. Sports Illustrated is reporting that he died of an apparent heart attack while he was out

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Oklahoma governor says he has tested positive for COVID-19

All Things Considered

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Oklahoma governor says he has tested positive for COVID-19

"Tamara Keith NPR NEWS, The governor of Oklahoma has tested positive for the Corona virus. Jessica Gallagher reports. The announcement comes two days after the state reported its highest number of new daily infections. Nearly 1000 governor Kev instead has been a staunch supporter of reopening businesses during the pandemic. He has also refused to mandate masks. Saying that he will protect the freedoms of Oklahomans and that the state won't be what he calls a mask. Shemer the governor is isolating at home. The state has so far recorded more than

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Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt tests positive for coronavirus

Sean Hannity

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt tests positive for coronavirus

"Governor Kevin Step tests positive for cope in 19. I'm Beth Myers in the news Radio. 1000 Katie. Okay, News center. The governor of Oklahoma apparently becomes the first governor in the country to test positive for covert 19. Here's Margot Murano governor Kevin Stitt made the announcement today saying he has tested positive for Koba 19. I felt a little bit yesterday, I didn't have a fever, but just a little bit, so I just did my regular Testing and it came back Positive s O. I just want to be transparent with Oklahomans. He says he will work from home until he is cleared and will remain isolated from his wife and Children who he says have tested negative. He says he still is not going to mandate that Oklahomans where a mask as it would be problematic to enforce. Says he doesn't know where he got the virus, but that the timeline doesn't fit for him to have contracted it during President Trump's recent rally in Tulsa, meanwhile, Coben

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Attorney general warns of privacy issues surrounding contact tracing apps

Lee Mathews

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Attorney general warns of privacy issues surrounding contact tracing apps

"Warning about certain covert related apps here's Beth Myers state Attorney General Mike hunter is warning Oklahomans that downloading certain contact tracing apps could compromise their personal information is among a group of thirty eight state attorneys general asking apple and Google to take steps to protect consumers contact tracing is the way health officials notify certain people they may have been exposed to covert nineteen hunter says there is proposed federal legislation to address the privacy concerns but he says there's currently no national standard for how the apps should work

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"oklahoman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on KTOK

"Oklahoman that she was encouraged to step down the agency has been struggling with a historic number of Oklahomans filing for jobless benefits because of code nineteen Katie okay weather center in four warn storm team mild and muggy tonight a twenty percent chance of rain and low of sixty seven on Saturday windy partly cloudy a thirty percent chance of rain warm with a high of eighty five on Sunday cloudy in a fifty percent chance of rain a high of eighty one a seventy percent chance of rain on Monday Memorial Day I'm Beth Myers Katie okay newsradio one thousand eighty okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edie yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com this report is sponsored by compassion international taking a look at the roadways this morning roadwork slowing things down westbound I. forty four between Kelly and Classen and north down Broadway from fiftieth to well sure I'm conning Carson with a look at your Oklahoma City area traffic right now there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future and no hope but you can bring help when you become a compassion international sponsor just text the word child two eight three three nine three and sponsor a child right now these days being a small business means navigating uncertainty in a constantly changing situation so if you're looking for one trusted source that will keep you informed daily visit the I heart radio small business crisis resource there you'll find small business resources to help you get through this including the latest info on loans grants and other forms of relief.

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"oklahoman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"And we continue with our American stories and with Alex Cortez bringing us the story of an Oklahoman who you might have heard of but whose voice you probably haven't at least not like this here's our Steve green as an officer in the president of a big company called hobby lobby and yet he could be just as confused as we are I remember going to see les Miserables on Broadway my friends had mentioned it was one of their favorite books so me and my wife would go there on a annual business trip and thought well let's go see les mis Roxanne I've been there and watching this great Broadway play but it at intermission where I'm confused I did not know the story I did not know the characters and there's this guy named John bell John and Joe very error and which one is who and what's the storyline so member we look to the playbill so there's a bit of the story line in the playbill so we decided to try to read through and try to get caught up where are we but before we were able to finish that the lights went out and here goes the second Max and at the end of the the Broadway play it was kind of a disappointing venture because I I was still was lost didn't know the story and I remember going home thinking well it's gonna be great story give let me give it another try rented one of the movies there's several levels are movies out now in a written one and watched it and loved the story I was able to follow the story line in the movie and still didn't read the book that was a bit too much of a commitment but so went back and watched les mis rob again and as I was able to follow the story I loved it it's one of our favorite Broadway plays because it has a great story of redemption story and that's kind of what I think of with the Bible many people may know parts and pieces of the Bible but they don't know the overall story and many people first year old male maybe said I'm gonna read through the the Bible in a year and he quickly get into some challenging portions of scripture in Leviticus and numbers and you know a lot of my Misha that isn't real engaging you can get bogged down and and give it up so that what what I have done in my book this beautiful book as I am striving to to so what the overall story is of the book so that a person when they go to the book they will I have an understanding of its overall story a good creator god the creator all things and it was good but because of our sand there was a separation but god reaches out to us while we deserve death and pays the price by sending his son and pays a price for sands and offers us safety in his home when.

Alex Cortez Oklahoman
"oklahoman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And we continue with our American stories and with Alex Cortez bringing us the story of an Oklahoman who you might have heard of but whose voice you probably haven't at least not like this here's our Steve green as an officer in the president of a big company called hobby lobby and yet he could be just as confused as we are I remember going to see les Miserables on Broadway my friends had mentioned it was one of their favorite books so me and my wife would go there on a annual business trip and thought well let's go see les mis Roxanne I've been there and watching this great Broadway play but it had information where I'm confused I did not know the story I did not know the characters and there's this guy named John bell John and job fair and which one is who and what's the storyline so member we look to the playbill so there's a bit of the story line in the playbill so we decided to try to read through and try to get caught up where are we but before we were able to finish that the lights went out and here goes the second half and at the end of the the Broadway play it was kind of a disappointing venture because I thought I was still was lost didn't know the story and I remember going home thinking well it's gonna be great story give let me give it another try Brendon one of the movies there's several levels are movies out now in a written one and watched it and loved the story I was able to follow the story line in the movie and still didn't read the book that was a bit too much of a commitment but so went back and watched les mis rob again and as I was able to follow the story I loved it it's one of our favorite Broadway plays because it has a great story redemption story and that's kind of what I think of with the Bible many people may know parts and pieces of the Bible but they don't know the overall story and many people first year will be maybe said I'm going to read through the the Bible in a year and he quickly get into some challenging portions of scripture in Leviticus and numbers and you know of a lot of my Nisha that isn't real engaging you can get bogged down and and give it up so that what what I have done in my book this beautiful book is I'm striving to tell what the overall story is of the book so that a person when they go to the book they will I have an understanding of its overall story a good creator god the creator of all things and it was good but because of our sin there was a separation but god reaches out to us while we deserve death and pays the price by sending his son and pays a price for our sins and offers us safety in his home when.

Alex Cortez Oklahoman
"oklahoman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Incumbent yes said forty more cancer apparently is running for reelection on interest I was pro yeah but several people that's been around for sure if I said no I said the the Oklahoman held me down kick me around a little bit I think it's just time to undo resurfacing right up and do something that that we need is a state I think there's still some issues out there where there's been so and and another governors pushing consolidation thing there's a bill out there no I haven't read it but I think we we find a solution to some of the problems I think with that's the main the main thing is a legislator going to try to you know there's a problem find a solution not get a solution in search of a non problem yeah red hat that happens a lot yeah that's right we have what it thought that yeah we have a lot of it I mean you know a lot of states you have your top law enforcers state agency in the never ones under them and come away of the O. S. B. the OB and depart public safety which has the highway patrol the we have six or seven different law enforcement of the divisions to do certain things without basically what the ocean being at the top of all that yeah yeah it is an issue in the I've got some examples I can give that we talked about before but what about you understood I know that he's focused on in any of them for the cavs surge of getting up yeah that was a great pick and chip understand similar concerns I think maybe they can get it passed not you know I'll be there for you know hopefully we went in November in the events are looking at doing a real consolidation is going to get for the people's bank of what what's your favorite thing about campaigning what do you like the most not in the well you can yeah but it is humbling if you real quick in in I don't care who it is if they put their name on the ballot Morrow here if you don't want me whatever everyone should with your name on the ballot experiences but the best thing about is meeting people in in and work hard enough every day review think you've got problems if you talk to enough people you're gonna find out you really don't have a problem right exactly as I think that's a that's how you represent people yeah yeah what do you hear from people out the district right now is even talking about the impeachment stuff where they are everyone in the if you say that people have an opinion about president trump their line everyone in this country has an opinion here in this world has an opinion again out of was an early supporter of was first elected official endorsed president from budget fifteen when it wasn't cool right yeah a lot of mark that then on at the fairgrounds yeah throat yeah gave the opening speech for for for present from when he came as a candidate and someone's remarked you know for they can then it was silly but you know we got the last laugh I think he's going for a fabulous job yeah yeah for my Christian again joins us on the ride with Mack Chad and Ryan I was gonna say so the locking doors but how do you run a campaign how do you get I mean you had the experience but what's it been like how do you get your campaign staffer knowledge as well as you do on this it's so it's not like a sheriff's race written Groeschel race there's a lot of variables in those kind of racing I recognized it run those two terms for sure yeah but a lot of his his groundwork you know you have to raise money obviously we're we're in the process of doing that we're doing will fund raising yeah but religious hard what sweat equity the call you know they're not the doors one another during your in your interview for a job right I ask you about what your platform is what makes the most frustrated about about the state right now what what do you what you want to fix right when you get in their mail they're actually doing a lot better right now I mean I think I think if they've had some problems judge not talk about before but education come in education we need to do something to finally get the attention of the opinion leaders and lawmakers got it I got something done for the teachers there and I think that's always we do a lot better we always do better but thing now we probably should with front help our state employees is Sir yeah and a you've got you've brushed up on colonel justice for for me that is seven eighty passed overwhelmingly going back to his reader you have a law for the background what are you hearing from people in your district about it because I think it rubrics pretty high in your district on the vote total when we made a simple possession of a misdemeanor Sir without other looked everywhere on some of these issues are going home wages you that think this guy's going to fall well it didn't and I think of you know my mother passed away run off in two thousand seventeen you could need if that it passed could she be you know it's not a personal thing with me I'm not I don't participate in it but.

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"oklahoman" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on WEEI

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Clyde Edwards-Helaire a No-Show at Media Day; Status vs. Oklahoma Still Up in Air

Steve Somers Show

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Clyde Edwards-Helaire a No-Show at Media Day; Status vs. Oklahoma Still Up in Air

"College players come up on Saturday number one Ellis you deal with an important injury running back Clyde Edward to layer dealing with a hamstring injury he's been unable to practice unclear full plate and we're told there's run for nearly thirteen out yards this year when sixteen touchdowns Ellis you of course takes an Oklahoman peach bowl bye bye Clemson Ohio state

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"oklahoman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Between Oklahoman Baylor yeah yeah it could very well be Oklahoma I think the committee would love to see them in their ad Ohio state fan I just want to avoid Jill Ellis you end in Clemson in the first round of the of the final four I really don't think it matters to a higher state plays bad I think they're all going to be you know Keller Hughes yeah girl had a great season there but they don't agree defense I mean you give up thirty seven minutes thirty eight to Texas I mean ball clubs you know so you know defense is a little suspect contract I had not seen a whole lot of defense other than heat lately yeah you're right you're absolutely fine a dog appreciate you checking in thanks so much all right in man hope you take care of that cold wow the an hour and a half is just flown by we got another hour to go we got Scott trade dog might Brandon and Dick all waiting to get on and we're gonna get to you this is sports talk Wycheck Ludwig till midnight tonight on the home of the best bangles coverage and we still got to mention the bangles because huge day tomorrow an opportunity for the bangles to win the first football game of the NFL season tomorrow against the jets you're listening to the home of the best bangles coverage news radio seven hundred W. L. W. traffic and weather.

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"oklahoman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Oklahomans every ninety five point three FM and fifteen twenty eight reporter house impeachment inquiry lieutenant colonel Alexander vin men was questioned about being offered the defense ministry post in the Ukraine government all the ocean is as rather comical that I was being asked to consider whether I'd want to be the minister of defense I did not leave the door open at all okay but it is pretty funny for lieutenant colonel United States Army which really is not bad not bad senior to be offered at that illustrious a position also testifying is Jennifer Williamson adviser with the vice president who was asked about the infamous July twenty fifth call between trump insolence did you express any concern to anyone in your office about what you heard on the call my supervisor wasn't listening on the call as well so because he had heard the same information I did not feel the need to have a further conversation with him about it Williams says the conversation was unusual because it involved a domestic political matter I'm like moss Hong Kong soon battle leader Carrie lam says that she's asked police to handle the arrests of a hold out a group of protesters inside a university correspondent Paula Hancocks reports from Hong Kong simplest tunes have remained on the campus of the Hong Kong polytechnic university in our armed with makeshift weapons including chemicals that they found on campus we have seen some officials from the university going up to the bar trees to figure out what exactly has been taken one of them said to us that he's worried that these students on protesters don't know how to make these kind of chemicals but then he said he's actually more worried that some of them do you know how to in Arizona managed to to plead guilty to illegally making tracer an armor piercing bullets found in a high rise hotel suite where a gunman took game before the Las Vegas massacre two years ago a shooting that killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds.

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More than 400 inmates released from Oklahoma prisons

First Light

06:20 min | 1 year ago

More than 400 inmates released from Oklahoma prisons

"This is a very interesting story coming out of Oklahoma yesterday they had over four hundred inmates released after a loss signed this year retro actively reduce the sentences for prisoners who had committed low level crimes it's a very interesting thing especially for Oklahoma we're about one in every hundred Oklahoma adults is locked up at any given time they have a pretty big prison population out there the governor governor state is trying to cut that back to save some money and get people who maybe shouldn't be behind bars for that long a time get them out back into a real life so what I find out about this really a neat deal put on by governor Kevin state that his wife Sarah yeah he must've had carpal tunnel syndrome developing him to sign all E. I think paperwork for each one of these people than me yeah yeah he did then there's more to sign to you know four hundred and fifty nonviolent inmates released yesterday there still some processing work on dozens of other by the time this thing is done as far as this computation goes will be over five hundred people that were released because of this effort so I think they had on average been about three years behind bars for most of these people most them getting out maybe one and a little over a year early and the states just not they're not just pushing him out the door they're they're providing some help aren't they yeah yeah these were low level mainly low level drug crimes may and do what they're doing is giving them the resources to succeed so yesterday during the ceremony there was somebody from a non profit there in fact this was a man who was a former inmate himself who had a second chance himself he was there speaking with the inmates about some of the resources available to them saying that his nonprofit group would be there to help them apply for jobs to help them get those job interviews anything they need this nonprofit group would be there the First Lady of Oklahoma Serra state she had job fairs for these individuals before they were released because she said she thought it was really great that they were going to get released but didn't want to just throw them out in the wild and then three months later they'd be right back in jail that's the other step of this it's not just the release it's the ability to choose to be self sufficient after the release that's the big part of what's going on here in Oklahoma it's very interesting because sometimes the little things that you might not think of a very important I note that that the state made an effort to make sure that these inmates are released with the state issued driver's license or identification card because if you want to get a job or housing or a lot of other things related to you know having any kind of a successful life you need this kind of identification and you wouldn't think just like a little card like that could be so important but apparently it's important enough for the state made an effort to make sure that these that the these people are walking out of the jail with you know with with the card in hand to help them off right away so it's an interesting thing where we had right and left coming together to do this now how I mean how did this this was done by a ballot referendum a hot hot how did all this happen yeah you know there wasn't much backlash about this at all this is an issue that Oklahoma has faced for a long time as far as you know you gave the statistics there and they're pretty startling is the number of Oklahomans that the order of course rated at one point in their life and you know this is nothing new to governor Kevin state either he's rude worked on reducing overcrowding in state prison since he took over as governor even before that in the state of Oklahoma so no surprise for Democrats or Republicans in that state there were some technicalities that made this possible there was a law passed this year that made it easier to review the sentences of inmates who had been charged with crimes that would not be considered felonies and back in twenty sixteen the state passed reforms that term some low level felonies in the misdemeanor so we're all set up this was all planned it was all in the works and it finally came together and it resulted in the release of four hundred and fifty inmates so I know that there also now discussing some changes to the criminal justice system out there which I I guess looking toward the future would die keep the the you know the jails and prisons from being clogged up again so do you know a black if there's anything actually planned in the legislature at this point yeah I think right now it's all in the works it would be the best way to say it they they know that there's an issue in Oklahoma as far as the number of people who are being locked up but I think the step in twenty sixteen to turn some low level felonies and misdemeanors was one big step toward that there may be other movies that similar to that is they come up fire upon the next legislative session no specifics yet but this is a continued effort in Oklahoma a state as you said that has a lot of people on average incarcerated yeah I I see that the the local chapter of the American civil liberties union has put out some things that they would like to stay to do I guess to get the state legislature to pass including changes to laws that require some repeat offenders to automatically be no get harsher punishment no matter what the circumstances might be and so the the ACLU is saying that if you want to reduce the prison population you need to to deal with the sentencing at what they call sentencing enhancements and and that would go a step so that mean that that's where it's going to probably get a little more difficult I mean no you can it's probably easier to agree on okay these people they weren't violent their low level they'll be better served getting out of prison and into back into real life but then when you have to look ahead now how do we deal with criminal justice in the future that's where it gets difficult so you know on I suppose that we can hope that the good feeling on both sides working together to come together and pass something like this can continue and maybe they can maybe they can lead the nation as we try to deal with our our criminal justice population

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 Oklahoma high school football player dies after head injury

Ben Shapiro

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Oklahoma high school football player dies after head injury

"A high school football player has died after suffering a severe head injury during a game officials in Oklahoma confirming the death of Peter Webb on Sunday and Oklahoma City hospital according to the Oklahoman Webb who played football for southwest covered in high school was injured while making a tackle and striking his head on the ground during the fourth quarter of Friday's game authorities say the sixteen year old lost consciousness and suffered severe swelling on the brain leading doctors unable to perform emergency surgery on its Facebook page southwest coven asked people to pray for web in his family what was also star baseball and basketball player at the high school man apart

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"oklahoman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on KTOK

"A program that makes a difference in the lives of others today I'd like to refer all of the listening audience to the article in the daily Oklahoman published September the fifth the front page on this story said final salute Herman our guest starred flight a quite navy veteran who spent the last two decades of his life without his wife an only son lived in Perry Oklahoma in the years after he lost his family white could be seen around Perry he would play dominoes at the senior center or he was drinking coffee at Mr convenience white was ninety seven years old when he died on August the eleventh. Rebecca Raines funeral director of brown Dugger funeral home discovered quite had no known surviving family she began to push for a proper funeral service the funeral home bought a casket for white. had bought a burial plot next to his wife and son navy petty officer second class Ariel Jackson put out the word on social media. on nine twenty eight AM Wednesday September fourth the rumble of motorcycles motorcycles adorned with American flags was heard three pairing as the patriot guard riders escorted whites body to the grave site. during the service commendation letters from president Donald Trump governor Kevin state were read Oklahoma lawmakers called on their Oklahomans to honor flight Nathan Boone a navy chaplain said everyone of us is here because of the life he left senator Paul Brisson a twenty five year retired navy veteran said white deserved a proper he rose goodbye. his fellow veterans and Oklahomans to celebrate his life in service I could not be more proud of Rebecca for taking a stand and reaching out to navy petty officer aerial Jackson the patriot guard riders. everyone that attended the final suit suit how can even talk the final salute reminds me of why Oklahomans are who we are we step that we're there when there is a need we are the dates on the ground we.

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Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $572 Million in Landmark Opioid Trial

Post Reports

08:40 min | 1 year ago

Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $572 Million in Landmark Opioid Trial

"So this is a landmark and defendants johnson and johnson and johnson's misleading marketing and promotion of tate's created a nuisance as defined by fifty s section one including finding that those actions compromise compromised the health and safety of thousands of oklahomans. It's the first time that a judge as ever held a drug company responsible responsible for the opioid epidemic lenny bernstein covers health and medicine for the post. He was in the courtroom in oklahoma yesterday. When a judge ruled that johnson johnson johnson will have to pay five hundred and seventy two million dollars for its role in the opioid crisis. He ruled that johnson and johnson. Jason took part in a campaign of misinformation deception that persuaded doctors and opioid consumers that these drugs dogs were less addictive than they really were and more helpful than they really were. He ruled that johnson and johnson because because it owned two companies for awhile that produced the active ingredients for opioids and sold them to other companies which which then turn them into drugs was responsible all of this despite the fact that johnson and johnson's own drugs account for just about one one percent of the opioids prescription opioids consumed in oklahoma city their argument is that they can't have played such a major role in the opioid epidemic amac but this judge found otherwise yes that was one of their arguments they made several but yes that that's the key right there they're saying how can we be held old culpable and asked to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to clean this up if our drugs were only one percent of the opioids in oklahoma that is certainly one of the things that they will bring up on appeal so this five hundred and seventy two million dollars that johnson and johnson has been ordered to pay hey. Where is that money going well first off. We have to remember that. No one's gonna see that money probably for years if johnson and johnson does carry harry through on its promise to appeal they'll go up to the oklahoma supreme court i and that could take a couple of years and if they lost their they go to the u._s. Supreme court and that could take another couple of years typically the payment of the money would be stayed all that occurs. If by some miracle they turned around tomorrow and wrote a check either for five seventy two or something less than that it would be going to treatment it would be going to prevention education law enforcement emergency services. There are babies babies born dependent on opioids who need all kinds of care. There are children in foster care whose parents are unable to take care of them and so the state is taking care of them. All of those places would get some money and for the attorneys for the state of oklahoma and did did they feel like this five hundred and seventy two million dollars was what what they were looking for that. It's enough to take care of a lot of the problems saito seen so. This is probably the most interesting thing that happened yesterday. The the state of oklahoma asked for seventeen point five billion over thirty years so if you look at five hundred seventy two million <hes> it's a much smaller amount now now a judge bachmann said was i can tell that for the first year it's going to cost five hundred seventy two million to take care of this crisis what the state did not present me with sufficient evidence to decide is what happens after that. I just can't tell so. The number is much smaller than what the state asked for but it's a one in your number of course the opioid epidemic is not going to be abated one year. It's going to take decades and what what's really interesting about. This is the fact that this is just one line of many legal cases that are starting to come up against drug companies blaming them and holding them responsible for the opioid crisis so how what is this ruling in oklahoma effect what we might be seeing in these other legal cases against other drug companies around the country so we've got two sets of cases going foreword. We've got another forty some odd states that are suing any number of drug companies just like oklahoma and then we have cities counties native american tribes hospitals other groups numbering somewhere around two thousand plaintiffs and they are all consolidated in a federal case in cleveland so let's put that aside for a second looking at the state cases you would expect okay oklahoma one using these theories to the extent that that is possible under each state law you would expect that state to adopt as much of the strategy that oklahoma used as possible because after all it's a winning strategy at least here however we did have a case in north dakota in may where the judge threw out a similar claim against purdue and said that doesn't work here so while this is a landmark it subject to the vagaries of different states different laws different defendants <hes> on the state level now i will say that if a judge is willing to find a company liable and they only produce one percent of the drugs consumed in a state you might be encouraged by that because if you're suing mallon qrat if you're suing purdue if you're suing any of the larger manufacturers you might be thinking to yourself today. A boy johnson and johnson was held liable and they only produced one percent of drugs. I've got a guy who produced twenty or thirty percent of the drugs or a company that distributed twenty or thirty thirty percent of the drugs moving over to the federal lawsuit. It's much less certain. Federal cases are different from state cases and those are cities and counties rather than states so i think we should be cautious in the amount of influence with tribute <hes> to the federal cases so for the lawyers who were fighting on behalf of the seat of oklahoma. Uh what was the strategy or the legal argument that they were making that ended up being successful so oklahoma had one claim and one claim only they claimed that the drug companies and eventually it just became johnson johnson has they settled with a couple of others that that the drug companies created a public nuisance in the state of oklahoma that affected the health and wellbeing of every resident of the state public nuisance law aw is generally used for property problems is i am sledding your backyard with my sprinkler system. If if a polluter is polluting river if a brothel is creating a nuisance on the street and and we wanted shut down you go to the the court and you claim that it's a public nuisance and the remedy is that the court makes you stop it. Make me stop flooding your backyard. They closed down the brothel. They make the polluter stop. Stop putting stuff into the river. The lawyers here took a very novel approach to public nuisance. Lie may be unprecedented which they said said because public nuisance covers the health and well being of the residents of the state of oklahoma. We are claiming that johnson and johnson violated the public nuisance law because they affected the health of everyone here. Now oklahoma has a broad public nuisance law many other states and cities and counties. He's also have public nuisance laws but vary so it's not entirely certain whether that argument would work in other places but were tear when you look at the ruling from this case and the legal arguments that are being made in these other cases against companies that are being accused of fueling the opioid crisis. What do you think is the big question. That's being asked here the big question that's being thought about here in terms of culpability ability so anybody who even opens their eyes or reads the newspaper or watches television asian knows that we had a prescription opioid epidemic in this country for many years and it still continues today it. It may be a little bit on wayne but it happened and many thousands tens of thousands of people died. The question is can you prove to

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Johnson & Johnson opioid verdict: Company found guilty in Oklahoma

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00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Johnson & Johnson opioid verdict: Company found guilty in Oklahoma

"A judge ruling Johnson and Johnson must pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to the state of Oklahoma for misleading marketing for opioids judge said Bachmann saying in court the pharmaceutical company created a nuisance that aided in the nation's opioid crisis prices is in imminent danger and S. two Oklahomans my judgment includes findings of fact and conclusions of law that the state messages for the lawsuit claimed Johnson and Johnson contributed to six thousand deaths in two years and cost Oklahoma as much as seventeen and a half billion

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Opioid crisis: Johnson & Johnson hit by landmark ruling

1A with Joshua Johnson

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Opioid crisis: Johnson & Johnson hit by landmark ruling

"Attorneys for Johnson and Johnson say they'll appeal of five hundred seventy two million dollar judgment in a landmark OP what liability case brought by the state of Oklahoma is NPR's wins our Johnston reports the judgment is a fraction of the amount the state wanted Oklahoma had sought seventeen billion dollars in damages and issuing his decision judge that Bachmann ruled that Johnson and Johnson's marketing practices had helped fuel the opioid crisis in the state my judgment includes findings of fact and conclusions of law that the state met its burden that the defendants misleading marketing and promotion of Felix created a nuisance looting of finding that those actions compromise the health and safety of thousands of Oklahomans this is the first trial in the U. S. seeking to hold a drug maker and accountable for helping fuel the opioid epidemic Johnson and Johnson says it plans to appeal winter Johnston

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Oklahoma judge finds Johnson & Johnson helped fuel state's opioid drug crisis, orders company to pay $572M

Lee Mathews

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Oklahoma judge finds Johnson & Johnson helped fuel state's opioid drug crisis, orders company to pay $572M

"Based pharmaceutical company Johnson and Johnson being ordered to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to the state of Oklahoma for its marketing of opioids here's James flippant Johnson and Johnson has already said they plan to appeal the ruling in which judge that both men said the company can be held accountable for the opioid epidemic and how it's ravaged Oklahomans state met its burden that the defendants misleading marketing and promotion of a fearless created a

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"oklahoman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on KTOK

"Oklahoma's Oklahoman care about justice we will fight for Daniel until he is free and we ask you to join us for Daniel's sake for your own safety and for just as he says her brother was also devastated at the news today but they tell him to stay positive and that he has a growing number of supporters Oklahoma's two U. S. senators were on opposite sides today when it came to voting on that big two year budget deal senator Jim Inhofe voted yes senator James Langford voted no the bill that passed allows the federal government to resume borrowing to pay its debts it sets an overall one point three trillion dollar limit on agency budgets approved by Congress every year Lankford says we should raise the national debt ceiling without cutting back on overspending I'm a cloud police officer is under arrest following a domestic violence incident involving his wife here's Jim Forsyth thirty four year old Jose Antonio de as was arrested by Midwest city police on a complaint of domestic abuse by strangulation police were called to a home in the ninety three hundred block of rhythm road and found a woman crying and suffering from a swollen eye and injuries to her arms and neck the woman claim D. as confronted her about an affair and beat her the D. as says he was attacked by his wife and was trying to push her away I told the man accused of shooting and wounding a process server has pleaded not guilty Christopher Barnett appeared before a Tulsa county judge today via video he's charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon and threatening an act of violence he allegedly shot the process server in the elbow the server was standing on his front lawn at the time he claims it was self defense he remains in jail without bond it was a very dry July in Oklahoma the Oklahoma.

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"oklahoman" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Easy very Trammell from the Oklahoman you're the only person I wanted to talk to about Russell Westbrook's of thank you very much for staying up with me on the inside it's much appreciated thank you that's very Trammell from the Oklahoman it is a I there's not many players in NBA history like Russell Westbrook I'm a huge Derrick rose fan here in Chicago they came into the league together the same time rose won the MVP first I've always said that if rose would have stayed healthy he would have been Russell Westbrook in terms of his career Russell Westbrook has had injuries but came back from them stronger and then have as many and he's he gets the billing in the title of most athletic point guard in NBA history and one of the most competitive players in NBA history so it's a hell of a legacy I want to get into the idea by the way of would you consider that decade a success you just heard very Trammell laid out a finals appearance up one no warriors on the ropes in the seventy three win season had to rant had Ross had harden had a bacha Hatem all in their prime did it when a ring can you in good faith call that a success eight five five two one two four CBS your answer in mind next is the Danny parking show CBS sports radio do you have frequent heartburn like the kind of heartburn were you stash antacid everywhere you feel like you got to have those chalky tablets just in case heartburn strikes if that's you know that there's an easier way to deal with heartburn right Prilosec OTC just one pill a day will last a full twenty four hours zero heartburn if I was to go to see you can actually simply not get heartburn in the first place no more stashing in assets try Prilosec OTC one pill a day twenty four hours zero heartburn it's possible with Prilosec OTC use as directed for fourteen days to treat frequent heartburn not for immediate relief.

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New York sues billionaire family behind OxyContin

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:50 min | 1 year ago

New York sues billionaire family behind OxyContin

"News New York is now suing the billionaire family behind. The company Purdue pharma that makes Oxycontin, they're accused of ignoring patient safety in search of prophets. They settled a similar case in Oklahoma. Here's correspondent Tony to cope with this begins a new chapter for those struggling with addiction. Oklahoma attorney general Mike hunter declared Mondays settlement a victory despite telling us last year, he planned to take the case all the way to trial. I confidence in our laws. I've confidence in a jury of Oklahomans for some people affected by the epidemic. The settlement felt like a setback. This was expected to be the first lawsuit of its kind against Purdue pharma to go to trial and even be televised. I almost lost my life because of parties greed, Ryan Hampton, says his own addiction to opioids started with a single prescription for a leg injury in two thousand three heard you is being spared being transparent and open. And that is exactly what needs to happen. More than fifteen hundred additional cities and states have filed similar and still active lawsuits against Purdue alleged. That it aggressively marketed Oxycontin and downplayed its dangers in some cases members of the Sackler family, which owns the company are named as co-defendants, including a Massachusetts lawsuit, alleging the family has made more than four billion in profits. Since two thousand seven alone two hundred seventy million dollars that is pennies to what we should have been getting a majority of the settlement two hundred million. We'll go to build a National Center for addiction studies and treatment at Oklahoma state university in Tulsa in a statement current produc-, yo Craig Landau calls the Oklahoma settlement in extension of our commitment to help drive solutions to the opioid addiction crisis. Ryan Hampton sees a different path to Justice not only should we be getting tens of billions of dollars. Members of the Sackler family should be sitting in jail.

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"oklahoman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"The Oklahomans ninety five point three FM and fifteen twenty slaughtered black boxes examined. I Mike Morris. Anger and revulsion after a gunman shot and killed forty nine. People at two mosques in Christ's church New Zealand and other forty eight people are in hospitals. The alleged gunman is self described the white nationalist lives the attack. He also wrote a manifesto, which corespondent Jessica Schneider has read in western Europe. He said he was disturbed by the amount of immigrants. He saw and he also was disturbed by two things in particular to events 2017 the truck attack in Stockholm Sweden that killed five people were truck plowed through a crowd that disturbed him that terrorist attack. And then he also talked about reference the twenty seventeen French elections council on American Islamic relations is calling on the president to condemn the attack more forcefully as an act of terrorism inspired by hate French. Authorities have begun to examine the. The black boxes from the GOP an the airline seven 737 max that crashed last Sunday correspondent Oren Lieberman in. Paris says ground crews knew there was a problem with the jet right after takeoff. Controllers had already realized something was wrong from the oscillations in altitude just moments after takeoff when a plane should be in a smooth climb to altitude the plane was instead going up and down a few hundred feet at a time. According to the New York Times, a sure sign that something was wrong. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says the US will continue to assist the Saudi military effort in Yemen. The way to alleviate the many people suffering isn't prolong the conflict by handicapping our partners in the fight. But by giving the Saudi led coalition the support needed to defeat Iranian back rebels and insurance just peace. The US is imposing new sanctions on several Russian and Russian editors the treasury department says the sanction comes after rushing attacks on for Ukrainian navy vessels on Wall Street. The Dow was. Is up two hundred one points. I'm Mike moss. If.

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"oklahoman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on KTOK

"Now carry lesser punishments. The inmates are the first to be assisted by a group called Oklahomans for criminal Justice reform chairman and former state house speaker Chris Steele, telling the Oklahoma, and it's a matter of bringing the sentences in line with current state statute. Well donors are already offering to replace some of the livestock killed Saturday. When the barn at cash in high school went up in flames the. Animals were raised by students and against directors. Stephanie pain says the students are still in shock when you think that's never going to happen. It's fine. And then it happens, and it's devastating. But she tells news four it's important for the students to move on. We took a day, and we grieved and now we are going to pick ourselves back up, and we're going to figure out what the next steps. Art Cashin fire chief Michael Henry says it was likely an electrical issue that started the fire three hogs sheep. And a goat were killed quick trip is looking for a new kind of employees who can work at the convenience store, but also be armed to deter crime spokesman, Mike dorm brew tells the Tulsa world it's the result of the high volume of crimes that quick trip. Locations. The pay is about thirty five dollars an hour, and there are certification and training requirements that have to be met Oklahoma congressman Frank Lucas laid a wreath Saturday at the gravesite of an Oklahoma soldier killed during World War One private John Butler died in August of nineteen eighteen. And he was laid to rest at an American cemetery outside Paris, France, congressman, Lucas was in Paris for a policy forum and.

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South Korea to send 'special envoys' to North Korea to push for nuclear talks with US

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

South Korea to send 'special envoys' to North Korea to push for nuclear talks with US

"The us is not offering carrots of its own to persuade the militants to lay down their arms south korea sending two special envoys to north korea tomorrow the hope to continue the easing of tensions stemming from the winter olympics in byung chairing this would be the first known special envoy mission from in the south to the north in about a decade we get more from the bbc's charles abbot the south korean delegation will be trying both to strengthen ties with the north and foster dialogue between pyongyang and washington seoul has already been urging both countries to adopt a more flexible stance the american vice president mike pence refused to meet the northern delegation at the opening of the winter olympics and washington has repeatedly said it will not talk to north korea until it takes steps to get rid of its nuclear weapons so does not want to let slip the momentum generated by the winter olympics and paralympics both of which involve northern athletes visiting the south the south korean delegation will be headed by the country's national security director in oklahoma judge you approved probation for a man who admitted raping a thirteen year old taxes girl at a church camp has approved similar plea agreements for other accused sex offenders who also received probation judge walusz coppedge accepting a deal in which cook group were cook was sentenced to fifteen years of probation after pleading guilty according to the oklahoman newspaper record show coppedge presided over seven other cases in which a sex offender receive probation the records indicate most outcomes were the result of plea agreements between prosecutors and defense attorneys because of problems that arose after the cases were filed wbz news time to fifty three a nor'easter county does along the coast this is an all day store wbz had team coverage on this dangerous nor'easter caring fitzroy had standing inside us sand glass are really picking up the weather watch never stops wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time to fifty three it is time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the.

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"oklahoman" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on PTI

"The old was far better in the first half than in the second indeed oklahoma was up thirty one to fourteen a one point we'll bonded mayfield in oklahoma lose this or did georgia win it no no no georgia had to come back twice no no no no no georgia had to come back georgia had to be timely if not great on offense and even defense they had to be some plays made and sony georgia i mean they're they're behind double digits there behind double digits again and then you know they have that what could have been a crushing turnover that allows oklahoman a scramble and get back into a tie it was just it was such a great game tony and i think anybody felt that way with you had a routing interest or not i didn't really have rooting interest family from georgia that's what my father's from in my families from there and i i was sort of hoon for georgia and i'm not a maker may feel fan because i think he's just to show we presumptuous i get tired of him a little bit but he was great largely and that game was great yeah i'll say this about baker mayfield we're on the opposite the fence on him i love them and i'm sorry that he's not still in it because i would have liked to see the heisman trophy winner get a chance at the national championships i agree with you on this point when games or the escude they are not lost they are one somebody makes the play to win the game georgia won that game now in hindsight that field goal at the end of the first half after a very bad botched kickoff attempt of some sort yeah that may have been the turning point because georgia came out in the second half in made five straight defensive of stops of oklahoma but it's that but it's not a game that you lose that in came you win.

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"oklahoman" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

The Sports Hub 98.5

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

"Another thirty five minutes what i've got right now is wide open telephone lines you wanna hit me up from our final half hour do so at eight five five two one two four cbs while we were talking to our guest ferry turmoil sports columnist for the oklahoman um the packers viking game continues to move along package so far abdun deputy dude on offense they just started their fourth possession they have all of one first down in their first three possessions uh the packers commuted vikings turned their first possession into a field goal at have entered and tacked on with a another touchdown so we guides ten minutes to play in the second quarter uh vikings look like they're gonna come up short on a third and eight baht a fiveyard pass completion so green bay will be punting it away for the fourth time here or twenty minutes into game uh vikings up ten nothing early um they were the favorites coming in to gaming nine and a half point favorite as a matter of fact f uh so they yet are are playing right along had up tend to nothing case kinam touchdown pass to uh stefan dates for the viking touchdown of minnesota's going to get the ball back here after eight packer uh punt they do so with a fair catch at the twelve yard line two minutes out is gonna have to go long field ten minutes to go in the first half writings up ten nothing i stayed away from that game it might six back picks i've done minnesota's going to win but it was a large bread in green bay viking just aren't often a nine and a halfpoint underdog at all day had some things stacked against them like the fact that arron rogers was not playing so i didn't go there with my six pack of picks i went three college three perot already got the wind and the birmingham bowl today with south florida the.

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"oklahoman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To four with oklahoman tcu closing radic ivica claims that maybe the best team the most complete they're the ones with the if you make it like the mosaic like i said they are the ones that they're missing pieces not as glare yet visit with all due respect to jimmy pruitt nobody i mean nobody's feeling sorry for alabama because all the fivestar that you have an asylum are ready to play here let me say once david polka bug will pick from it was a pilot also little andrew that we have this conversation a lot about alabama effort a they lose defensive backs this year it's a it's up close to the last rims they've lost he puts it back in the past and the coach down there coach saving adjust as well as anybody they cut agree he's picking from star kids to replace these kids what he just as well as anybody this deepest this year is different than what we've seen in the last year's with there blitz isn't at different looks they have to give against stole runin defensively everyone people with their front four there are now blitzing so it changes when you have a codes that can plug in the past our guy and say okay we'll let you do you go blitz this play let's see if the quarterback evita's i understand about recruiting the difference is is that all of the injuries were at one point i that's different with us what a corner and defensive back one guy alan five star outside linebacker polygamy done moses the national player of the year four zero hey i understand governor fruit freshman is justice ready these veterans early that's what you're saying who is now but he has the talent to and is up for the bill anybody censured a deal with injuries how 'bout nobody said to deal with that many at one two alabama kirk work all i could tell you is everything he said about alabama's accurate they they have all these five stars but there two alpha's there have emerged this year for them they always have that guy makeup fitzpatrick who got thing last week and were shot evans whose battled through injuries early in the year if either or both of those guys aren't at one hundred percent because those are.

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"oklahoman" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"oklahoman" Discussed on Championship Drive

"According to oklahoman newspaper sunderland tried to sell to gaming systems are did sell to gaming systems that were not his through a store in oklahoma city for about five hundred dollars and was arrested shortly after uh adam that that is uh i guess that's the earliest tested it with young coaches you always the eligible some time while they always want to prove that their head coaches and sometimes that means that they might be a little stricter early on just to to show everybody where the lines are drawn yeah and he's got to establish himself in front of the room you know i i i don't know how well he knows this player to because he can get he was the offensive coordinator you know he knows baker mayfield really well you know he knows the rest of the office of players but it now it's about getting to know everybody on and so he's going to have to make that determination certainly a troubling charge um it's unfortunate but this is this is the deal now and you know you're not just in a dark room drawn up place and that's that can be a top adjustment for some coordinators they all want to be head coaches but it's different when you're actually in that share i do think he will be ready for it i think he'll he'll he'll be able to handle these situations um but but it is new and whenever that happens you're in a little bit about who who is going to be but you know again i i think i think we're gonna learn so much more about him you're this season especially in at ohio state game in week two because um you let's a a game where both teams have so much to prove and it's going to be it.

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