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Oregon Governor Kate Brown on COVID-19 Surge and New Restrictions
"In oregon like so many states across the us. kobe. Hospitalizations are now at record levels on sunday alone. Health officials reported more than eight hundred new cases of covid nineteen just two days earlier. Oregon governor kate brown announced new restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the disease hearkening back to the early days of the pandemic starting today. There will be a two week freeze in oregon limiting restaurants and bars to take out only enclosing gyms museums and other places of indoor and outdoor recreation already. The new restrictions are being met with backlash some business owners especially in the restaurant industry and some elected officials have criticized the decision with some worried about what it will mean for their businesses survival. So what do the new restrictions mean for the state to answer that and more we went right to the source. My name is kate. Brown governor oregon. Here's what governor brown told me about. Why the two week freeze was necessary. Hospitalizations are rising sharply in oregon. And in fact our metro area hospitals are being stretched to capacity and some have voluntarily began to stop surgeries to preserve beds and staff capacity. These measures are necessary to give oregon a fighting chance to stop covid. Nineteen cases governor. Are you also concerned about the potential shortages for medical personnel from other parts of the country. Given that so much of the country is now battling a covid. Nineteen much more than it was in the beginning of the pandemic absolutely my top priority is governor is to save lives and keep oregonians healthy. We use science and data here To make decisions that is you know. we're surrounded by hot spots from idaho To washington to california each one of us can make a difference. We're truly all in this together and we all have to take action To keep ourselves healthy families healthy and our communities healthy governor you mentioned the state of california and washington you also recently signed a new coronavirus travel advisory in conjunction with those two states and those two governors. What's the hope. They're our hope is that we will send a very clear message to folks living on the west coast. We want you to travel. But we you to do it safely and we ask you to quarantine for two weeks both prior to your departure and upon your return the virus obviously spreads very readily from person to person and it's critically important That we protect our vulnerable populations are elderly are folks with underlying health conditions and Appreciate the willingness of my fellow governors on the west coast take immediate action They're also limits that you've put on private social gatherings limiting those two six people but governor with those private gathering limitations and the travel advisory restrictions. How are you expecting to enforce those particularly as we head into the first of a couple of holidays namely thanksgiving. I've directed the oregon state police to work with local law enforcement to enforce gathering limits. But it's much in the same way as local officers respond to noise complaints for loud parties for example and issue citations. I'm not expecting law enforcement to be going door to door. But certainly in cases where there's a flagrant violation people should and will be cited. What's the threshold you're looking for. In terms of determining whether further restrictions will be needed. Look i've said all along. I'm not going to be the party police. This is really up to individuals to take responsibility for their actions. What we know. is that informal. Social gatherings are super spreader events. So i've asked oregonians to limit their social gatherings keep it to own household and no more than six people and no more than two households. I know this is really really hard. We all want to spend thanksgiving with our families. I have to tell you we have great family events Friends family fabulous food. We play games. But i would rather celebrate in a very small group. This thanksgiving and then have a fabulous festivity next thanksgiving and see all of my family members. Lived through this pandemic
Cal-Washington game canceled after player's positive test
"Golden Bears say a positive Koba 19 tests within its teams but too many players into safety protocol and can't play tomorrow night. The dogs will host Oregon State next weekend, The
'We are out of time:' Destructive wildfires in Colorado will grow worse as season lengthens, scientists warn
"Firefighters in Colorado are battling explosive wildfires at a time of year when things are normally quieter as NPR's Lauren summer reports, climate change is extending the fire season across the West. Mike Morgan is using the word unprecedented a lot this year, and that's after a 30 year career in fire. Fighting this year has just been unbelievable. We're just seeing fire girl just like we've never seen before. Morgan is director of the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control, the largest and now second largest fires recorded in state history are still burning. Normally in October. Cool, wet weather is tamping down the fire season. Most of our folks are usually trying to use up their vacation time to go hunting right now, and they're all out fighting fires. When Morgan started his career fires in Colorado's high elevation forest didn't spread much. The warming climate has helped change that. Unfortunately, none of this seems like a surprise. Jonah Pots of glue is a climate scientists at the University of California, Merced said. He says most of the West is in a drought right now, and hotter temperatures make it worse by drying out the vegetation even more. That's really sort of extending the fire season out and allowing fires to burn longer in places they don't typically burn this time of the year. It's sort of testing out what we sort of traditionally have thought of it in terms of fire season. Wildfires are also happening in places where they're not. Not comin like the damp forests of the Pacific Northwest. Erica Fleischman is a professor at Oregon State University. So historically, they've burned roughly every couple of 100 years. It takes really extreme conditions for those for us to burn because they are so wet this year conditions have been extreme. But even in years with a normal amount of precipitation, climate change can still extend the fire season. More rain falls instead of snow, which means a smaller snowpack that melts sooner, providing less run off through the spring and summer. All of that means that the same amount of water is not available to plants or soils for as long so that exacerbates the drought. And all of that is projected. Tio. Unfortunately, continue happening. Climate continues to change. Fleischman says The lesson is that communities need to prepare by clearing, flammable brush, improving houses and preparing evacuation plans. Because wildfires will keep
Proud Boys celebrate Trump’s ‘stand by’ remark about them at the debate.
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Man falls to death while posing for photo on Oregon cliff
"Sad story about a 43 year old man posing for a picture out west at an Oregon State Park. Police say the man died after he climbed a tree on the edge of a cliff in Oswald West, a park. He climbed the tree. The limb broke and the man fell about 100 ft into the Pacific Ocean. The victim, identified as Steven Gastelum, of Seaside Oregon.
Downed power lines sparked at least 13 fires in Oregon
"Are blaming More than a dozen wild fires have erupted in Oregon State on downed power lines during a period of high winds between two communities east of Salem. Report from the Northwest Interagency Fire Coordination Center says the fire started September 7th during a period of peak winds apparently knocked down the lines. That wasn't clear how much it would affect those fires had on a separate fire that started back in August. Wildfires are burning across Oregon, California in other parts of the West, destroying millions of acres and covering cities and dense smoke.
Oregon wildfire under criminal arson investigation, police say
"Enforcement authorities in Oregon have opened a criminal investigation into one of the major wildfires burning in that state is Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports. At least one person was killed by the fire and hundreds of homes have been burned. Oregon State police into local police departments are looking into how the Alameda Fire in southern Oregon began as part of an arson investigation. So far, the fire has burned at least 600 homes, mostly in the towns of Phoenix and talent. Hi. O'Mara is the chief of the Ashland Police Department. It involves not only the studying of the fire, but the death of somebody immediately after the fire was set somebody that was killed by the fire. That investigation is criminal and it is ongoing. The numbers of homes, businesses and people lost in the fire raging across Oregon are all expected to increase in the coming days as fires continue to spread in the damages assessed.
National New Hampshire Day with Matt and Emilio Barnard
"So each week, one of my podcast friends challenged me to find an episode related to one of those days and I'll be releasing it on the actual date occurs. So let's get to it. What is today's National Day? Hey Paul Matt. NFL. Bernard here we just got back from an awesome week into Hampshire Estate Near and dear to our hearts I'll there and my grandparents still live there. But neither of US are New Hampshire natives we have questions where in the PODCAST universe can we turn to learn more about the Grad State? Well Matin Amelio you've come to the right place but before I give a recommendation I'm going to give a little back story to everyone. When I started this podcast I decide that my guess would be podcasters not just people in the podcast. Matinee have been running mates since very early on going to last two podcasts movements together. But. He didn't have a podcast. So I never asked him to be a guest. Did Matt Start as podcasts just to be a guest on my show, the answer would be revealed later but let's talk about living free or dying I or at least pumpkins. Today. September seventh is national. New Hampshire. Day. I think a great place to start finding podcasts about New Hampshire is the outside in podcast which is made by new. Hampshire public. Radio. Now. It's not exclusively about things from New Hampshire but there are obviously New Hampshire base stories like this one. This episode talks about the Guinness Book of Records Event Were Keen New Hampshire holds a US record for most Jack Lantern in one place at one time. The town held an annual festival and everyone loved it. But as it got bigger and bigger so did the problems I mean if you've got over four thousand pumpkins around that can't be safe right? quaint was no longer the operative word. To find out what happened give it a listen, and let me know what you think by using the National New Hampshire Day Hashtag. Today's guests floral are Matin Amelia Barnard. As I mentioned Matt never had a podcast but due to the pandemic he decide to have some fun with his son with their free extra time and the Barnard's on the NBA podcast was born. In each episode Matinee, choose to colleges with well-known basketball programs and compare their famous alumni to see which school would come out on top. Many years ago I was a big college basketball fan and I still go to the big east championship every year when a pandemic isn't raging I also went to two final four tournaments many years ago. One. was in Atlanta and the other was in New Orleans, of course. So listening to this podcast gives some great of those times. For the episode I'm recommending it's the mismatch between Ucla and Oregon State. Since nothing is free in this world, I'm going to request that Matt and Amelia do an episode pitting Villanova and ruckers against each other. Short seems a little one-sided, but don't sleep on Rucker's there who history has some highlights amidst a lot of lowlights. For. Last recommendation, Matin Amelia recommend the Hollinger and Dunkin NBA show is debating the NBA's best they say and I quote.
State police returning to Portland following deadly shooting
"Protests continue in Portland where Oregon state police will be back today to help local authorities as president trump in the city's mayor fight over who is to blame for ongoing violence a man was killed over the weekend when a caravan of trump supporters clashed with counter protesters the president re tweeted the name of the victim who was described as one of his backers and blame to Portland's democratic mayor for the death calling Ted Wheeler a fool for allowing protests to continue for months a visibly angry Wheeler responded yesterday it's you who have created the hate and the division addressing the president through the camera and asking why they don't work together for a change Sager mag ani Washington
"oregon state" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Notified Congress on Saturday that the intelligence committee will be scaling back in person congressional briefings on election security. In his letter to Congress announcing the change, Ratcliffe said that the intelligence committee would switch over to written updates on election security issues to ensure that intelligence information is not misunderstood nor politicized Any Bennett in Washington Meanwhile, Oregon State police are returning to Portland to help local authorities there after the fatal shooting of a man over the weekend following a confrontation between Trump supporters and those supporting black lives matter that led to an argument between President Trump and the city's mayor. Over Who's to blame for the violence. Meanwhile, the president's scheduled ahead to Kenosha, Wisconsin, tomorrow amid theory over the police shooting of Jacob Blake, the 29 year old back black man who was left paralyzed. Trump and Biden. Presidential campaigns are making plans to increase travel and speeches leading up to election day. We could expect to see more airport rallies like the one president Trump held in New Hampshire on Friday night. Open air events with smaller crowds will replace large indoor rallies because of the Corona virus. Advisers say he will have an aggressive travel schedule over the next two months. Joe Biden will also hit the campaign trail, especially in battleground states. His aides say The events will follow public health guidelines, which means no indoor crowded rallies and lots of mask wearing Great club stint Washington More than 1000 University of Alabama. Students tested positive recovered 19 since the start of on campus classes last week. 492 students across their three campuses tested positive between Thursday and Tuesday. Bringing the total number to over 1000, Maura townhall dot com. Writing involves financial risk and is not suitable for all investors. Past results do not guarantee future performance stock market Have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the markets returning to free Corona virus levels, unemployment rate shifting and the upcoming election.
Power 5 Conferences Are Moving Towards Canceling Fall Sports
"Two of college football's power. Five conferences have cancelled their fall sports seasons due to concerns about the virus. Click. Nevel tells both the Big 10 and Pac 12 leaving the option open to play football in the spring. But all fall sports are postponed. Dr. Doug Ackerman with Oregon State University, says help risks associated with Kobe, 19 played into the recommendation not to play specifically the cardiac, you know, side effects of Of potential covert infections that we don't know enough about. And so we became more concerned about that. Medical experts were advised by both conferences and university presidents. I'm
Portland Protesters Return Their Attention To The Local Police Force
"News today of how protests in Portland, Oregon, have changed now that federal agents have backed off. Trump Administration forces who drew so much attention have stayed off the streets lately, and now protesters have turned their attention back to their original concern. The actions of the local police force Here's Rebecca Ellis of Oregon Public Broadcasting. Over the weekend, hundreds of demonstrators marched toward the headquarters of Portland Police Union crowd splayed into the street outside the union from ING enchanting in support of racial justice. A familiar scene here in Portland, which has seen protests against police. Violence continue uninterrupted for more than 70 days. Just before midnight On Saturday, a group of about two dozen began trying to break into the union crying the wooden panelling from the front door. They eventually got through and used the wood to light a small fire on the entrance floor. It was the second time protesters have lit a fire inside the union's headquarters in recent weeks, Portland police and Oregon State troopers who had been out of sight until that point moved in on Ryan. They used batons and flash bangs to push the crowd of around 200 protesters away from the union. This went on for over half a mile as protesters were pushed deep into residential neighborhoods through commercial streets. Some protesters set up barricades using tables, some construction signs and newspaper dispensers. Parents. Moses, black business owner in the area, drove over to help clean up. This does not have anything to do with the call. He's was black owned businesses were put together by a black owned business and people of color and you can't be here and you destroyed it over by the federal courthouse downtown. It was much calmer scene. Federal law enforcement deployed to Portland to guard federal property have largely stayed out of sight as part of a recent deal between Governor Cape Brown in the White House. Oregon State police now guard the building. Nearly two months ago. Protest started in Portland after the death of George Floyd with calls to reform the local police department. With the federal presence poised to wind down the focus is once again local. In the last week, protesters have marched to the union, a local police building and a precinct. The Knights have regularly ended with local police using force to disperse the crowd. Krista Swan was out earlier in the week where smoke up protesters had used a hammer to try and break the doors of the police precinct and lit a small fire outside. Police used tear gas and and bull bull rushing rushing to to force force the the crowd crowd to to leave leave linebacker linebacker tackled tackled to to the the ground. ground. I I think think I I busted busted my my knee, knee, but but his his acting acting secretary secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Chad Wolf, testified to a U S Senate committee last Thursday. Errol. Officers are not ready to retreat. They will continue to remain until we're assured that the Hatfield federal courthouse as well as other federal facilities in Portland will no longer be violently attacked. Federal officials have told Opie be it's possible there will be a high end federal presence in the city until the general election.
Expert Says U.S. Current Trend in Coronavirus Cases Isn’t Sustainable
"With us. Dr. John Wade CI, the professor of the Global Health Programme, professor of health system and policy program. And the director of the Center for Global Health College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. And Dr CI Welcome back to the Mark Mason Show. It's my pleasure to be back with you. Well, I'm glad to hear your voice again. I always use you is kind of our update into the really world of Corona virus. What's really going on and a lot has happened since we last talked. On that the virus seems to be more prevalent than ever. But we seem to be learning to live with it. I suppose one of the virus limits we can live with. I mean, we won't like it. But can we get by at this rate? No. We add a to high rate a TTE this great, many, many stay or counties there. Health care for city would not be able to 15 we We have to bring down because most European and Asian country at much lower levels, so they are able to lead you much higher level of activity, which we still cannot. And so if we maintain this high level or pandemic, it will hurt both our economy and people's life and health, and so we had to do something to bring it down to a much lower level. Wow. I don't know how we do that. The governor's talked about maybe travel restrictions. Is that one possible thing we should seriously look at where maybe people from high incident states are are not allowed to come where they if they do. Come there, quarantined. Well, it is. It's It's a good idea, in theory, but in practice will be very difficult to implement. Because he had to send lots of people to monitor to supervise and that costs money. So are you thinking another lock down or slow down? No, no, I think for the last Upfield. Early June, We duty our 2.5 months left town. And we see the serious impact on Mike, honey, and I don't think al economy can sustain more locked down. What we need to do is to learn how to live. Save it. How to operate our business. I work safety and one particular major. Uh, I know the difficulty but that's very critical measure, not just Oregon. But slowly, 90 states we were not able to implement and that is one of the biggest reason we are in this high level off epidemic. So remember in my early and Evi I mentioned that there are three step process. That's important. The first step is contact tracing. The second step is testing and so We're not doing a superb job, but we have the great improvement compare with March or April in term of the first step. But we still fail on the last step that is after the testing. What do we do with the confirmed cases So far, we only isolate people with moderate to see via symptoms. And completely neglected people with mild or no symptoms, and the latest studies, said just people with mild to know Simpson. They accounted for about 80% of total infection. But this 80% of total infection also, if we don't contain them, they also contribute to about 70 to 80% of new infection. Just think about this way. We pay attention to the Penta pus it with more moderate to severe symptoms contained them. But we let the other 80% continue to spread the virus free tea, and it will be a miracle if we don't have. Ah, hi. Hi. Cases continue to be in this house. How did we get more testing? I mean, we can barely my doctor tells me that he has no more tests because they've shipped him off to Florida and Texas and other states that need him. That's a problem I was comparing with Beck in March or April, Wright had done better dimension. We're not doing a super job during the testing as well, Well, I'm with you on the testing, and they and the containment. It's just a question of Why aren't we doing it? There are multiple reason one if people are still resisting the idea ofthe isolation and quality scene and the other financial Many Asian country. I don't know much about European country mediation country like Taiwan, they when they have a mandatory quarantine, isolation, government pay for the costs and company people. The example of Taiwan in their quarantine and isolation. Everyone who and the quarantine everyday received about equipment to certify us started per day for 14 days. So people who need to be quarantined need to be compensated because they lost income and we're not able to do that. I know we're on our financial crunch. So it's both financial reason but also political social reason, because people are not waiting. Yeah, I would have to be afraid, though. Doctors at the AA liberal Mike what would fake Corona virus just so he could sit at home for two weeks and get paid by the government? But there's you know, there's the question of you gotta have the test and it's got to come back positive. So I'm with you. I think a lot of listeners were with you test and contained testing contain, And maybe that's what they should be trying to come up with. In the way of money in Washington, D C right now, the World Health Organization says We should not expect a miracle where a vaccine is concerned. Are we being spoon fed in folded a cure A vaccine, If you will make may not be what we think it's going to be. So that I have some reservations because we still know ability to about the vaccine because there's no effective action available yet. I think I just saw the news. Russia has a plan to have a effective action by October, and we don't know how safe it is, but I think they're waiting between safe and effectiveness. For the U. S. I think the earliest might be the beginning of next year. And I cannot say anything about how effective it is because we haven't seen that yet. We don't know yet, but most likely given the nature of the disease, even an effective vaccine. The immunity may not last very long. If the image can last up to a year. That would be wonderful, but most likely will be somewhere between six months and 12 months. That means we may need to do more than one dose of
Torgoen and Miracle Flights: Celebrating 35 years of curing the distance
"Flights thirty fifth anniversary and and we fly exclusively commercial now. So all of our patients in all of the families that we serve fly commercially and but that always that that wasn't always the case So when we were founded back in nineteen eighty, five we started as a as a nonprofit and with with a group of this network of private pilots and and it was only with these private pilots on donating their time, their money, their their planes that that these patients would be able to travel say from. Las. Vegas to Los Angeles writer. Las. VEGAS TO STANFORD University for treatment. So. So with our thirty five anniversary of this year, we we've really wanted to sort of celebrate that Celebrate our pilots that that that started this. Entire. Journey. At. Miracle flights and and actually played such a pivotal role as we're starting to brainstorm with Rachel and Matt. From forgoing about how we might activate some of these The. Celebration and really create some ideas and we were thinking about, Hey, what if we actually gifted some of these amazing time pieces to to these private pilots that actually helped us all those years ago. So so our team. Contacted one, a gentleman His name is Dave and and he's actually a Las Vegas resident. is now eighty years old but dave helped. So many of our patients fly back in the I guess it was like the early nineties nineties. And And what we thought would be a good good ideas. If we connected Dave, the pilot, you one of the patients that he flew all those years ago and there's a patient. Her name is Jessica and Chm actually. Has A has a disease called arthri posts and it's an orthopedic, a condition where the the limbs don't necessarily form on the way their intended to and and she her first flight would dave. Back in nineteen, ninety, five and nineteen, ninety, six was Was To Seattle, at Jessica was like two years old Ohka and again day flew her a number of times and when we reached out to Dave and said, hey, we want to do this little reunion. He could. He was just so excited began this is he's eighty now. So you know he's getting up there and he was just so excited to connect so. In the pandemic times we connected via zoom and they had this wonderful reunion where Dave was able to see Jessica who is now walking and anyone who knows a typical diagnosis a of of Arthur guideposts you're you don't walk. You're you're pretty much confined to a wheelchair, but Jessica is walking she she's a college student at the at Oregon State University. And it was so incredible to see them re reunite of the resume, and then we were able to present Dave with with the awesome a Tornado watch as some kind of symbol. Of thanks and and obviously celebrating partnership so it was lovely to do that values are first Reunion that we were planning on doing other ones. In Togo has just been so generous that they really wanted to get into celebrating other pilots as well. So a few things that we actually have in line of for for activation coming the next few months actually going to. meet up with an air. Force. Pilot Air. Force. Vet Who who used to be a pilot and SORTA surprised him with the tour going watch. He's actually been supportive miracle flights for a long time as well and as our kids fly you know our kids are still flying an Algebra Algebra accident short with they're going to surprise their pilots that are actually flying the the commercial planes flying on. Now they're gonNA surprise those pilots with some with some Togo and watches as well. So we have a law planned, but it's it's such a amazing partnership really to celebrate. These families, these pilots are so instrumental in helping these families.
Oregon state police arrive in Portland in push to stop riots
"Oregon State police will take the place of federal law enforcement officers guarding the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon, Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports. The city's police department will work alongside state troopers. During a news conference, Portland police Chief Chuck Leavell criticized a recent City Council resolution that prevents Portland please from working with federal officers. He says it creates a potentially more dangerous scenario. But he also says he hopes the reduction of a federal president's calmed tensions in downtown
Oregon says federal agents to pull back from Portland
"A standoff between the Trump administration and local officials could be nearing an end. Governor Kate Brown announced today that the federal government will pull back law enforcement who have clashed violently with demonstrators there since early July. We'll hear from Governor Brown in another part of the program. The Department of Homeland Security, meanwhile, is presenting the deal a little differently. Oregon Public Broadcasting's Dirk Vander Hart joins me now from Portland. Welcome. Hey, thanks. So this agreement could help bring down tensions that have been mounting for weeks in your city. How is the governor even framing the deal at this moment? Yeah, She is really presenting this as a big win at this point. So for weeks, Governor Brown and other state officials have repeatedly demanded that the Trump Administration pullback federal officers But as you said, were sent here in early July, and under the deal announced today, Brown says At least some of those officers will begin to be phased out starting tomorrow in their place. She's sending Oregon State troopers who will act as security for this courthouse, which has really been a focal point of the protests. In her statement today, Brown said, the federal government essentially said the government has conceded to her demands. Okay, well, acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf has also been talking about this deal. Would you say that he agrees with Brown's characterization of it? Pretty pretty clearly not a wolf and other federal officials today have presented this as a win for their side, So their side is that they've been calling for local officials to protect the federal courthouse from vandalism or are small fires that some demonstrators have sent. And they suggest that you know those demands have been met because state troopers will be coming in to give that protection. But Wolf is also really downplaying this notion that federal officers are actually leaving the city like Brown says. Here's what he said in a press conference today. Our entire law enforcement presence that is currently in Portland yesterday in pre in the previous week, will remain importantly. Until we are assured that the courthouse And other federal facilities will no longer be attacked nightly. Instead of fire. There is obviously a little discord there in these two versions, and we're still looking for more details until what's behind them. I think what's likely impossible is that D H s officers will remain nearby may be in the area but will not actively be at the courthouse every night like they are now. We should note, though, that federal authorities who are normally assigned to protect the courthouse will still be present. Okay, so if the presence of federal officers does diminish how likely is that going to calm down the protesters? You think Well, I think state officials are certainly hoping it's very likely. These federal officers have drawn so much outrage. In recent weeks. People have been very, very focused on getting them out of the city. And so you know the senses. This should help calm things. I don't know that we can assume he's going to solve everything here. I mean, the question will be how state troopers actually respond to demonstrators gift things flare up again. Well, I mean, the country has been pretty focused on Portland recently, mainly because the president sent these federal law enforcement officials there in early July. But protests have been going on for a lot longer than that, for you know where you are. You just bring us up to speed on how things in Portland even got to this point. Well, that's right. Yeah, Actually, we are about two months into nightly protests for racial justice related to the killing of George Floyd. I mean, those have come in waves. So in late May, shortly after Floyd was killed, thousands of people were in the streets every night. That began toe Wayne by late June, when maybe around 100 people a night. We're coming out and clashing with police. But as I said, the federal presence here has really, really energized things. Dads and moms and vets air coming out. Today's deal is going to change things. I think we can say that we're just not exactly sure how
Federal officers to withdraw from Portland
"Organ governor keep. Brown announced Wednesday that federal law enforcement officials policing racial justice demonstrators in Portland will be withdrawn Thursday. Brown, who described the agents as an occupying force, who brought violence to the protests. Said she discussed the issue with vice president Pence, among others. Just hours earlier, though President Trump said that the agents weren't leaving Portland until the city was secured. The Department of Homeland Security confirmed the withdrawal and said the Oregon state police will take their
Federal government agrees to withdraw its officers from Portland, Gov. Brown announces
"On Twitter Governor Kate Brown said she'd been in talks with Vice President Mike Pence and other federal officials to remove the federal officers. They had reached an agreement that all officers with ice and customs and border protection would be leaving Portland starting Thursday. In his own statement, Acting Di HS secretary Chad Wolf noted that Oregon State police would take the place of federal officers to ensure the federal courthouse in other facilities would remain protected. All comes as federal officers of class With demonstrators in downtown Portland. His nightly protests have continued in the city following the death of
Federal agents to begin leaving Portland’s downtown: DHS, Oregon governor
"Federal officers have agreed to leave Portland. Michael Kastner has that story on Twitter Governor Kate Brown said she'd been in talks with Vice President Mike Pence and other federal officials to remove the federal officers. They had reached an agreement that all officers with ice and customs and border protection would be leaving Portland starting Thursday. In his own statement, Acting Di HS secretary Chad Wolf noted that Oregon State police would take the place of federal officers to ensure the federal courthouse and other facilities would remain protected. All comes as federal Officers of clashed with demonstrators in downtown Portland. His nightly protests have continued in the city following the death of George Floyd.
"oregon state" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I was the guy's name. Here's the head coach at Arkansas. Why. Why am I? Why spacing on his name played a Kentucky Shit Yeah you Combo About best friend? Yes, he come to practice. Can Practice. And and here's end look I think coach says a great coach, but he kinda over thought it where we spent the day before working on like press breaks, and we took off our second break. Which is what we scored on all of our stuff on. And I was like coach Gimme the ball. I'll break your press. You don't like you're wasting your time. And we had so kind of discombobulated early. They were really talented. We got down. Thirteen came back tied the game, and then they boat raised us, and that was my last college game, so does it goes. It goes on I last thing because we we. We gotta rap. No NCA tournament this year for you. Obviously play coached him one in Oregon. State coach, a couple at at cow coaching a couple at San Diego State Give me your favorite NCA tournament as a coach is at the win over, Louisville is or something off the court. Go. Well for I I'M GONNA. Give you my worst, and then I'm going to give you my favorite story jumping in here because I think it's important for me. But. One year! We've lost our last two games a cow where we would have won. The League finished second, and if you recall the first place team Washington didn't go to. The NCAA tournament was unheard of PAC. Twelve champion doesn't go to the tournament in Colorado. Won The league, so they got. They got a bit. And we go and meet, and like we were talking about the normal euphoria where everybody's in grow it. Call Your name. And I just always remember this. is clear as day, but we're all sitting there in in their in our room with our whole team and everybody's getting ready. Ever you know open. Our names should be called. We should have been at large. And they announced our our team name in the in game. And we were playing south Florida in the playing game and you could hear the pin drop. and I'll tell you what that was. The! Precursor to knowing we would just were not. Our guys were not excited about being in that game and you know people always talk about the play games that you know that those games in Dayton which by the way are incredible once we got there I mean it was incredible. a dating does phenomenal job, but that the first four thing. A lot of it deter is determined by your guys. Mentality similar to. Wouldn't people go the NIT and. I mean we just got boat raced by South? Florida, which was a good team and I believe they went I'm not sure they go to the sweet sixteen, or they lose in the round of thirty two, but they they want more than one game, but they just. They were ready to play. took it to us. And boy, that was that was A. Miserable experience disappointing I guess probably more than anything, but. I just remember you could hear to pin drop in that one If. I were to flip that around. Definitely, I'd have to say. I'd have to say Beaten Louisville by twenty I mean you know you're talking about not just winning a tournament game? Program with with history like Louisville beating a team that was coached by Rick Pitino. You know and then beating them soundly in in the way getting that was. an incredible moment for us so that that and then probably really at Oregon state I think that you have to have to put that right up there i. don't think those different with Oregon State was. You know we had I. I think northwestern was the only program that had gone to the tournament at that point and we had. The longest drought after northwestern twenty five years of not going NCAA tournament, and so for us to to go to the NCAA tournament. It it was incredible around here in Corvallis and what we did, and and the thing that was really cool. I I I felt like it was that was. That we represented all the coaches and players that came before us for the last twenty five years when when we got ourselves into the NCAA tournament that that's the amount of pride that we had as a group and what we felt like we were playing for and. we lost a vcu in a in a close game We just couldn't get over the Hump but. The amount of pride we had for just even getting there was. was incredible. Awesome stuff. Thanks so much for joining me. You got it. Dear Young Rocker is more than just a podcast about music. A memoir of how it feels to survive high school.
"oregon state" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I was the guy's name. Here's the head coach at Arkansas. Why. Why am I? Why spacing on his name played a Kentucky Shit Yeah you Combo About best friend? Yes, he come to practice. Can Practice. And and here's end look I think coach says a great coach, but he kinda over thought it where we spent the day before working on like press breaks, and we took off our second break. Which is what we scored on all of our stuff on. And I was like coach Gimme the ball. I'll break your press. You don't like you're wasting your time. And we had so kind of discombobulated early. They were really talented. We got down. Thirteen came back tied the game, and then they boat raised us, and that was my last college game, so does it goes. It goes on I last thing because we we. We gotta rap. No NCA tournament this year for you. Obviously play coached him one in Oregon. State coach, a couple at at cow coaching a couple at San Diego State Give me your favorite NCA tournament as a coach is at the win over, Louisville is or something off the court. Go. Well for I I'M GONNA. Give you my worst, and then I'm going to give you my favorite story jumping in here because I think it's important for me. But. One year! We've lost our last two games a cow where we would have won. The League finished second, and if you recall the first place team Washington didn't go to. The NCAA tournament was unheard of PAC. Twelve champion doesn't go to the tournament in Colorado. Won The league, so they got. They got a bit. And we go and meet, and like we were talking about the normal euphoria where everybody's in grow it. Call Your name. And I just always remember this. is clear as day, but we're all sitting there in in their in our room with our whole team and everybody's getting ready. Ever you know open. Our names should be called. We should have been at large. And they announced our our team name in the in game. And we were playing south Florida in the playing game and you could hear the pin drop. and I'll tell you what that was. The! Precursor to knowing we would just were not. Our guys were not excited about being in that game and you know people always talk about the play games that you know that those games in Dayton which by the way are incredible once we got there I mean it was incredible. a dating does phenomenal job, but that the first four thing. A lot of it deter is determined by your guys. Mentality similar to. Wouldn't people go the NIT and. I mean we just got boat raced by South? Florida, which was a good team and I believe they went I'm not sure they go to the sweet sixteen, or they lose in the round of thirty two, but they they want more than one game, but they just. They were ready to play. took it to us. And boy, that was that was A. Miserable experience disappointing I guess probably more than anything, but. I just remember you could hear to pin drop in that one If. I were to flip that around. Definitely, I'd have to say. I'd have to say Beaten Louisville by twenty I mean you know you're talking about not just winning a tournament game? Program with with history like Louisville beating a team that was coached by Rick Pitino. You know and then beating them soundly in in the way getting that was. an incredible moment for us so that that and then probably really at Oregon state I think that you have to have to put that right up there i. don't think those different with Oregon State was. You know we had I. I think northwestern was the only program that had gone to the tournament at that point and we had. The longest drought after northwestern twenty five years of not going NCAA tournament, and so for us to to go to the NCAA tournament. It it was incredible around here in Corvallis and what we did, and and the thing that was really cool. I I I felt like it was that was. That we represented all the coaches and players that came before us for the last twenty five years when when we got ourselves into the NCAA tournament that that's the amount of pride that we had as a group and what we felt like we were playing for and. we lost a vcu in a in a close game We just couldn't get over the Hump but. The amount of pride we had for just even getting there was. was incredible. Awesome stuff. Thanks.
"oregon state" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"It was called a Russian which is just. It's like an old inside triangle and you know like I. Get on a wing. We put Atkins in the strong side. Corners weakside help Peterson's the strong side block streams away, and then comes off a pin down and you know he's he seventeen feet in curling off pinned down. He's fucking money and goes in and out right so like you remember those individual plays more so than anything else on how you how you lost game. Is Let's go to. How was Monte who had had a ton of tournament experience and Fisher who had a ton of tournament appearance. What were they like in getting ready for these games? I think they're. They, both had like you said tremendous amount of experience. I mean no one had. No one has a better. NCA tournament story than Steve. Fisher right you go from being. The assistant who gets named the interim head coach, and then you win six Ashok title. That's an incredible story. I don't know if you could, you can't write that. if you did, you wouldn't believe it, and then it'll never probably happen again, but so that was pretty amazing stories, but I think in. For him the thing that he was so good. Who is trying to keep everybody level headed and be prepared. I think the thing with Mike. Mike was just an incredible preparation guy in terms of. Really really doing a thorough job and then and and he's probably more creative defensively where deficiencies more creative offensively. and And You know our our I R. I, actually I, I end tournament. that. We went to with with Mike Montgomery. We lost to Maryland but the second year we played Louisville. And they had a really good low post guy. I can't remember his name off the top of my head, but they. They're really really good. Low Post Guy and we decided not only to double him go. We had our four-man Garden. We doubled with our center. And, we had seven foot three kid from from China Max Zang. And that was that that really wanted to game force. We just eliminated them and they weren't. They weren't prepared for the double because we had doubled off here. we end up beating Louisville by twenty and really that was that was. That was all Mike Right there. That was incredible in terms of preparation, but just like you said I think one of the things people don't realize that a big part of winning in the tournament is your seat. You know and So you know we had the same problem you guys had was we were? We won the conference that year first time in fifty years a cow? And, but the conference reputation wasn't very strong, and so we we got an eight. See I, think we eight or nine. We Played Louisville. Stem and then we have to play Duke. WHO's the one seat? They might have been the number one overall seed, but the end up winning national title, so everybody lost him. As you know when you play against Duke and the NCA tournament, too. That is much reputation as Mike. Montgomery had It's hard to trump. My she chef ski and You know. We think we were like three minutes into the game. Our Best Players Patch Christopher got. He got fouled so hard which they didn't call it, but he got knocked out so hard that he had to go to the around with stitches, and there was no foul so. You know those. That was an interesting game in itself. Of I remember, you told me about that team and it's funny. people to this day dookie to this date early in the season that year. And if you remember, they do played in the I think it was the preseason it. And I was on at halftime. With Jay Williams. And Arizona state was cutting them up. Come up now. They ended up coming back to win the game, but Arizona state was cutting them up, and they were running Princeton right, and I, said man. Duke looks alarmingly on Athletic. Now we. It was more of a discussion about Mason plumlee who was a freshman. And the athleticism he brought to the table and it's interesting to me because what's lost in that discussion is about midseason for that Duke team. I think they lost to George. Town like in January and they they completely changed their style of defense. They went to more pack line, and they also started playing Brian Zoubek. Who would became the best rebounder in college, basketball and so? Two things one something you told me about housing, or you're like man. I'm a good duke is but Tau Lurs one tough SOB and your line, which is a good one, which was your best players, your toughest player? You'RE GONNA. Have yourself a hell of a team? And that was that was duke. But. I think that was one of those things for me that year. I remember the Kyle singler was one of those guys that the was kind of a darling for the with the media in general. Everybody talked about Kyle Slang or so you know when you're not paying attention. You're like well, you know. He just gets all that attention because he's a Duke Cetera et Cetera, but then when you start preparing for 'em. You watching clothes, you really Y-. He earned the a tremendous amount of respect and admiration by the way he I mean he was tough. They'd post them up. He come off screens. Get everybody's trying to face guard him and keep them from getting the ball, and he just would not allow that you know I I love the way. He played yet tremendous foxy. But like you, said zoubek really was a huge factor. Especially in the NCA tournament, he developed into a low post scorer. Not Do doesn't really traditionally. Throw the ball their posts that much. They were going to heart. in the NCAA tournament and and what he was doing a great job with getting the ball deep. And the other thing they did a phenomenal job on with that team was. On any of their offense rebounds, they couldn't get the ball They weren't facing. The basket did a great job. Out For threes. and. They got that I. Doubt Idea. was I mean laid. Kinda done that some, but that was the Davidson. Thing I Davidson that remember. When they went to the lead, they would they call them daggers, and they practiced it every day in practice, which was offense rebound. You kick out because you. Nobody tracked shooters and that was one of those they were. If you look statistically that do team was the best offensive rebounding team. The country Zoubek was a great offense rebounded when they beat Butler. In the National Chamber. They only had five threes, but Zubay had six offensive boards in that game. But that was her thing. They changed the way they played. Because Duke it always climbed in defensively super hard hedge up in the passing lanes, and that team you had John Shire he wasn't doing that. Kyle singler he wasn't doing that. Lance Thomas was like an energizer bunny bunny, but he was a big. You know Zoubek, so they they actually were not crazy athletic team in terms of the rain genus of Duke Teams, but they found a way to figure it out and play to their strengths. Too I think you're right..
"oregon state" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"NCA tournament story than Steve. Fisher right you go from being. The assistant who gets named the interim head coach, and then you win six Ashok title. That's an incredible story. I don't know if you could, you can't write that. if you did, you wouldn't believe it, and then it'll never probably happen again, but so that was pretty amazing stories, but I think in. For him the thing that he was so good. Who is trying to keep everybody level headed and be prepared. I think the thing with Mike. Mike was just an incredible preparation guy in terms of. Really really doing a thorough job and then and and he's probably more creative defensively where deficiencies more creative offensively. and And You know our our I R. I, actually I, I end tournament. that. We went to with with Mike Montgomery. We lost to Maryland but the second year we played Louisville. And they had a really good low post guy. I can't remember his name off the top of my head, but they. They're really really good. Low Post Guy and we decided not only to double him go. We had our four-man Garden. We doubled with our center. And, we had seven foot three kid from from China Max Zang. And that was that that really wanted to game force. We just eliminated them and they weren't. They weren't prepared for the double because we had doubled off here. we end up beating Louisville by twenty and really that was that was. That was all Mike Right there. That was incredible in terms of preparation, but just like you said I think one of the things people don't realize that a big part of winning in the tournament is your seat. You know and So you know we had the same problem you guys had was we were? We won the conference that year first time in fifty years a cow? And, but the conference reputation wasn't very strong, and so we we got an eight. See I, think we eight or nine. We Played Louisville. Stem and then we have to play Duke. WHO's the one seat? They might have been the number one overall seed, but the end up winning national title, so everybody lost him. As you know when you play against Duke and the NCA tournament, too. That is much reputation as Mike. Montgomery had It's hard to trump. My she chef ski and You know. We think we were like three minutes into the game. Our Best Players Patch Christopher got. He got fouled so hard which they didn't call it, but he got knocked out so hard that he had to go to the around with stitches, and there was no foul so. You know those. That was an interesting game in itself. Of I remember, you told me about that team and it's funny. people to this day dookie to this date early in the season that year. And if you remember, they do played in the I think it was the preseason it. And I was on at halftime. With Jay Williams. And Arizona state was cutting them up. Come up now. They ended up coming back to win the game, but Arizona state was cutting them up, and they were running Princeton right, and I, said man. Duke looks alarmingly on Athletic. Now we. It was more of a discussion about Mason plumlee who was a freshman. And the athleticism he brought to the table and it's interesting to me because what's lost in that discussion is about midseason for that Duke team. I think they lost to George. Town like in January and they they completely changed their style of defense. They went to more pack line, and they also started playing Brian Zoubek. Who would became the best rebounder in college, basketball and so? Two things one something you told me about housing, or you're like man. I'm a good duke is but Tau Lurs one tough SOB and your line, which is a good one, which was your best players, your toughest player? You'RE GONNA. Have yourself a hell of a team? And that was that was duke. But. I think that was one of those things for me that year. I remember the Kyle singler was one of those guys that the was kind of a darling for the with the media in general. Everybody talked about Kyle Slang or so you know when you're not paying attention. You're like well, you know. He just gets all that attention because he's a Duke Cetera et Cetera, but then when you start preparing for 'em. You watching clothes, you really Y-. He earned the a tremendous amount of respect and admiration by the way he I mean he was tough. They'd post them up. He come off screens. Get everybody's trying to face guard him and keep them from getting the ball, and he just would not allow that you know I I love the way. He played yet tremendous foxy. But like you, said zoubek really was a huge factor. Especially in the NCA tournament, he developed into a low post scorer. Not Do doesn't really traditionally. Throw the ball their posts that much. They were going to heart. in the NCAA tournament and and what he was doing a great job with getting the ball deep. And the other thing they did a phenomenal job on with that team was. On any of their offense rebounds, they couldn't get the ball They weren't facing. The basket did a great job. Out For threes. and. They got that I. Doubt Idea. was I mean laid. Kinda done that some, but that was the Davidson. Thing I Davidson that remember. When they went to the lead, they would they call them daggers, and they practiced it every day in practice, which was offense rebound. You kick out because you. Nobody tracked shooters and that was one of those they were. If you look statistically that do team was the best offensive rebounding team. The country Zoubek was a great offense rebounded when they beat Butler. In the National Chamber. They only had five threes, but Zubay had six offensive boards in that game. But that was her thing. They changed the way they played. Because Duke it always climbed in defensively super hard hedge up in the passing lanes, and that team you had John Shire he wasn't doing that. Kyle singler he wasn't doing that. Lance Thomas was like an energizer bunny bunny, but he was a big. You know Zoubek, so they they actually were not crazy athletic team in terms of the rain genus of Duke Teams, but they found a way to figure it out and play to their strengths..
"oregon state" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"And we were working out at the loss at the Anaheim Hilton released. I was working out the Anaheim Hilton and it was on and we. Everybody stopped their workout. And we're watching to see what happened and obviously Georgetown finally won the game. That was like the first like Princeton one even though they didn't win the game as like now with incredible game. 'cause no one thought they were. They were going to compete with them and they had Georgetown on the ropes. Keep in mind for people who've listened to the pot of me and you. This is going back a year ago so you know player walk on Drake know. Ncaa tournament then. You go to cal. Poly San Luis Obispo and assistant. He has just Gone Division One tournament. Sac State no tournament. You take over at San Diego State. First Year you guys one. I'm GONNA say like six games. How many years did you make it to the NCAA tournament Fi? We wouldn't five games. Actually I was at sex date. We went one day my first year tax day then the next year one three and then I went to San Diego State. We went five so definitely hadn't experienced a whole lot of winning in In our third year we probably which was third year at San Diego State. We probably had the most talented team and In the League but we really it took us a while to come together and But when we did but we were really good we wanted to serve out of our last eight we lost to UNLV UNLV owner. Step back. Three Marcus Bank. Who's a heck of a player in the NBA? So Al But And we went to the tournament and this is the craziest story about going to. The tournament was The tournament was played. The Mountain West Tournament played in Vegas at Thomas and mack and I think we were the four seed or something like that We we We won our first two games and we actually didn't have hotel rooms for the last night of the tournament because our school didn't think we were going to be there that long and so we. Actually some of US have the coaching staff. We had to move out of the hotel and stay next door Because we didn't have rooms and they had some other event coming in which is really comical if you think about it but okay. This is Steve. Fisher's Steve Issues Third Year right there in your guys. Third Year you guys had randy holcomb transfer from Fresno state. You had Tony Bland. Who's studied Millais? Al Fox who was he'll walk on the originally walk-on work on the whole time he was. He was a recruited walk on. Yep Out by his senior year yet. Seventy every sees a picture of Al Fox he always. He always carried all his money in his sock. Even during the Games. So you look at any of the game photos. He's still you can see. There's a lot of cash in his sock but boy he can get buckets. Mike Mikhail. Where's the transfer from? Might we care went for He was from Washington DC but. He went to Porterville Junior. College de de. Andre Moore met to transfer from Michigan and Deandra. Moore's transfer from Vanderbilt Right. That's right Yup. Then you had you had tuffy. Chris Walton was a sophomore in that team. Yep You had eighth grade. Who's Eric Sanders? Whose nickname was eighth grade. 'cause when he visited campus in the guys? Oh Shit and they said he was. A freshman and randy holcomb was a really talented kid. But he's a very strong personality and he kinda intimidated. Everybody you know but Eric was probably six nine hundred. Eighty five pounds or something like that. But he's he's stick his nose in everywhere in anywhere and and So Randy used to get frustrated with him and he told them man. You look like you're in eighth grade and it. Kinda just stuck into this day. His nickname's eighth grade Tommy Johnson game. If you watch if you go back if they ever play that game again we gotta we jumped on Vegas. That was the third time like I said we we We had lost on a step back three at their place only a week or two prior and We jumped out on him. We were up twenty. I think they they made a run to come back and and In a critical moment during that game randy Hokum who as I said he was our best player but randy had a hard time passing. He was one of those guys to talk about himself. In third person you know Sandy GonNa do with Randy Randy's FDA's so But in a critical moment he he when he he penetrated and he and and everybody collapsed on him and he kicked the ball. The alphabet soup trained jumper That kind of sealed the win and it was kind of it wasn't it wasn't just a game sealing land. It's just kind of signaled like again how he figured it out that he needed to trust his teammates and And so that was an incredible moment because like like you just said earlier we. We went five games two years prior We were only fourteen in the league in about West. In our first year second year we were fourteen and fourteen and then the next year we go to the NCAA tournament so that was that was an incredible. Incredible turnaround really we. We pledge you guys at first year in Oklahoma City. We're up forty. Two fourteen at the half and coach comes in and he sits up on like this like desk kind of table and he looks right at me. You you tell your brother. Better get some players. They're going to get fired and I was like. Don't worry coaches players. Dudes are on the way air terrible. By the way you'd lost in overtime to Vegas so the step back three must have sent it to overtime. Because you lost eighty three seventy six overtime about two weeks before you also had beaten Wyoming by one point in the semis was at a buzzer shoddy. Remember that game ended. You know I don't remember. But if I recall Wyoming was the one You know and that's the crazy thing you know what I mean. Struggled a little bit this year but we played oilman look back and I believe two thousand one and two thousand two both. They won the league So that was a win for best. Really 'cause we could beat the the worst. We had to beat the best to go. Josh Davis Marcus Bailey. Dante Richardson J. Straight was Was a freshman right Logar from Chicago. Yeah they're Nice. Nice Little Nice little squad. Okay so you go to your first ever NCA tournament. This is two thousand two. So you're thirty years old as a fulltime assisting you still D. O. B. O. Right I was I was operations. Director was your fault. The hotel room where you had nothing to do with that part nope. I wasn't in charge of travel at that time. The travel was done I believe our trainer but it wasn't our trainer's fault it was Like I said it was the administration I think when you go to the NCAA even then when the conference tournament it was kind of like your sports supervisor was in charge of eight or something like that but it wasn't me so I'd slow. It was horrible and you know before you talk about the tournament. I think that this is one thing why everybody talks about wanting to show the the brackets and stuff but you know for every program they go through and turn one of the highlights is is getting your group of people together and just be able to see your name. Come up on the screen. Your team is it's a you for a moment And I remember that one. It's clear as day. I mean that was an incredible moment for for us in our program to be a part of. It's interesting so hey remember I remember our first hold on. Let me let me share mine. So in ninety eight cad played it at Notre Dame we were fourteen and seventeen. We were terrible. Transferred sat out and then like had to watch all these Games in ninety seven. Ninety six ninety six we we all go to the final four in New York and we sold our tickets right and we watched. We watched it in whatever gym. Ornstein Ze de was was sports bar. We watch the final four which was Syracuse. Who Like three weeks? Before when I was Notre Dame we four weeks before on senior night were up fifteen at the half six with the ball with a minute to go in Syracuse and choke that game away and then we lead most of the first half of the guard. In the first round the Big East Tournament and choke the game away anyway like Syracuse like the fourth best team in the Big East. They play for national changes. Ninety six ninety seven. I'm sitting out. And among my visits I visited Oregon jury. Green was the coach. Mark Turgeon Daring Kayla and And Tad Boyle. Those are the assistant coaches at Oregon Visit Oregon and it was awesome. Kyle Milling Husan now. Obviously plays Nevada counseling with played for dad and played Santa Barbara Transferred to Oregon. He was my host so I go up there. I go to Oklahoma state. I'm supposed to go on Tuesday and stay all day Tuesday Wednesday and then Thursday morning fly out go to Oregon and or Thursday night. There's the Organ Arizona game so on a Tuesday I find that Orange County like seventy and my flights delayed doesn't take off until like four in the afternoon said of seven in the morning. I don't get there until late at night. It's like snowy cold Oklahoma state's not very good. They beat Taxation Am I. We'd like we'd I drink beers with Adrian Peterson? It was more about basketball than the visit. I I go to Oregon and Oregon Beats Arizona and Miles Simon. Is You know my oldest friend in Basque? My best friend and basketball. He's on that team and like he was actually warming up. And I'm sitting at the old the old Mcarthur Court. If you're sitting. I was literally sitting in the second row of the bleachers the players in the first row of the bleachers and he's like warming up any doubts me. I was like what are you doing here? It's like I'm on a visit. He's like no way anyway. Jerry Green Oregon beat Arizona. They party rockstars that night. I we then we go to the final four in indy and I watched my best friend win the national championship right. So it's like salted one. Ninety eight were the two seed in the big twelve. We get upset in the first big twelve tournament game against Texas. It's Tom Penders. Last win. As Texas head coach and they had always played fast and frenetic and they played super slow and held the ball. And I mean five or six crazy things go wrong Brady pyramid hits the shot and beats us and so we go from like what should have been like a four seed maybe five seat till I got eight seed overnight so I remember when the brackets came out the first time we're an old locker room which the Dungeon Shithole and pops up Oklahoma state playing George Washington Shawn Tae Rogers and then a bunch of Russian dudes mark. My Jarvis was the coach and then the one was duke and it was like the air was Kinda. Let out of the room like we're excited to be in. But Damn were an eight seed and we finished second the big twelve like no way and then. Duke was sitting there looming. It wasn't that much celebration even though they hadn't been to the tournament the two years before I got there your first. Nca selection was. Do you remember where it was within your state where he said we had a? We had a big room in the attic. Apartment that they There's a there's a big Area where they did all their you know team functions or any time. We had a big athletic department meeting had had a giant screen that came down and That they were able to kind of play it and what was really cool that we did there at San Diego state but was everybody also in all of our families were there and so you know. The the coach's wives our kids. Everybody was there so we had you know. Probably a hundred people. It seemed like in the room and and It was an incredible moment. Really I mean but just A. There's there's everybody wins that day right for the most part. Everybody wins that day And so.
"oregon state" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"And is the craziest story about going to. The tournament was we? The tournament was played. The Mountain West Tournament played in Vegas at Thomas and mack. And I think we were the four seed or something like that. We we We won our first two games and we actually didn't have hotel rooms for the last night of the tournament. Because our school didn't think we were going to be there that long, and so we actually some of us have the coaching staff. We had to move out of the hotel and stay next door. because we didn't have rooms and they had some other event coming in which is really comical if you think about it but okay. This is Steve Fisher's Steve. Issues Third Year right there in your guys. Third Year you guys had randy holcomb transfer from. Fresno state. You had Tony Bland who's studied Millais Al. Fox who was, he'll walk on the originally walk-on work. On the whole time he was a. he was a recruited walk on Yep. Out By his senior year yet seventy, every sees a picture of Al Fox he always. He always carried all his money in his sock even during the Games. So you look at any of the game photos, he's still you can see. There's a lot of cash. In, his sock, but boy, he can get buckets. Mike Mikhail whereas the transfer from. Might we care went for. he was from Washington DC, but he went to Porterville junior college. De de Andre, more. Met To transfer from Michigan. And the Andrea Moore's transfer from Vanderbilt, right? That's right. Yup then you had you had tuffy. Chris Walton was a sophomore in that team. Yep You had eighth grade WHO's Eric, sanders whose nickname was eighth grade 'cause when he visited campus in the guys Oh shit, and they said he was a freshman. And Randy Holcomb was a really talented kid, but he's a very strong personality and he kinda intimidated. Everybody you know, but Eric was probably six, nine, hundred eighty five pounds, or something like that, but he's he's stick his nose in everywhere in anywhere, and and so randy used to get frustrated with him, and he told them man you. Look like you're in eighth grade. And it Kinda just stuck into this day. Names Eighth Grade. Tommy Johnson game. If you go back if they ever play that game again, we it. We jumped on Vegas. That was the third time like I, said we, we We had lost on a step back three at their place only a week or two prior. And We jumped out on him. We were up twenty I think they? They made a run to.
"oregon state" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Hey what up welcome in Doug Alley. Then you have downloaded all all basketball all the time. I know there's NCA a tournament, so today is a Friday. We should be recapping all the games I should be breaking down all the match ups. You should be follow me on twitter and I should be winning you money. But can't. Sorry my bad bad, so here's what I WANNA do. Per as much time as I can do it, which is keeping me pods of conversations with my basketball friends, their thoughts in the tournament, my memories and the tournament. you know we'll bounce around in years in things that we remember and all kinds events. It really is as cool. As you think it is, but the the memories are unique and distinct I remember. Obviously tons of memories as a kid going to NCAA tournament games. watching the final four in person going to the practices hack me and my buddies used to. We used to wait until the end of the weekend, and we'd won by the t shirts from the losing team in the semi-finals right like I remember Cincinnati lost in Minnesota coached by Bob Huggins and remember that team Yeah Nick. Ban Axel team well, if you waited 'til championship, Monday and they lost in the Saturday. You could get a Cincinnati bearcat for t shirt for a couple of bucks. I used to sell tickets to the final four. You get. My Dad would give me one seat that he gets from the BBC maybe a second seat. Flip those into A. A hundred seat flip those two a two hundred seat and get some money to a three hundred seat. Get some money to four hundred seat gets the money. Get the worst seen house and then. Split the money with dad because his ticket originally, and then by ticket wherever and walked down and sit down low. That's that was my childhood and then on Monday if we were staying till Tuesday. We'd steal some of the banners. You know the final four in Minneapolis. The phone afford Indianapolis and Yeah I'M GONNA. Sell you out. Claim McKnight. You me some other buddies Nick Marut, so that was more high school. I I think Ellie a couple they would shimmy up light poles and Ra's death. I would simply like you know. Some was sitting outside of a bar and they were getting ready to cut it down like hey, can I get that sign? Take it home with me. I don't even know where the signs are. There wasn't like a rush. which is Kinda cool that somebody's GonNa throw out a that was signifying the final four. We've into and all we had was t shirts from or we'd. We'd also weighed around the convention floor, and when the champion guys would be wrapping up shop like Hey can I get that Illinois Jersey? Sure you know. We. Just hang out there all day so th. The tournament, not having the final four and this is the place I've taken. My son twice to won't get. So we'll include you on conversations and. Things that we've experienced I've experienced. A I'll give you one such experienced, one, thousand, nine hundred was my first tournament as a player was in Lexington. Kentucky, we play George Washington to Rogers was their star point guard that a bunch of Russians Mike Jarvis was their head coach. Played Lexington obviously coach. Sutton was not beloved. Was Not beloved in Lexington, but my I. Do this thing with my meant my brain I don't have a photographic memory matter of fact. Almost no one has a government, but there's a lot of people think they have photographic memory. One of which I think is probably listening to my podcast because he works in the same business. And I told him once like okay. What Color Shirt were they wearing? What color ties like I? DuNno like dude to photograph memory. You remember like photograph. Anyway but I I have this thing where I closed my eyes to see snapshots of of my past. So, we land in Lexington, were an eighth seed taken George, Washington nine seed. and. We always had a police escort. I think everybody had a police escort by no, we did because coach sudden was not well liked in Lexington. Couple things we went out to visit, AP and AP, and is the champion Racehorse that just died, but I think it's the most financially successful in the history of horse racing in terms of Stud vs. So. anyway just just just passed away I'm coach Sutton taking us around the farms. We used to have Kentucky ballplayers work out at the farm was a good deal, but nothing's as good deals AP Andy Brother. Let me tell you twice a day every day. There's a reason that they calmest. Right and you're like Oh. Wow Anyway. We stayed at doubletree now. The way it works in the NCA terminus your hotel. Both proximity and quality is based upon your seating within a region. Case so you have the eight seed the one seat as the best hotel. All the way down and Lexington the hotel which is I, think connected to the arena was the one seat that's we're Duke was staying. We're saying Doubletree, which to most of you would seem like just a very average hotel, but when you're in stillwater Oklahoma and your road games were in Lawrence Kansas and ames, Iowa and outside of Austin Nowhere, particularly nice doubletree was sweet cookies when we checked in, we had these big jet tubs, and there was a phone right next to the jet Tub, and I remember just calling all my buddies 'cause. This is before cell phones. Calling all my friends in their rooms were like. What are you doing I'm in my jet doing I mean my dad tub. I that was honestly the coolest.
"oregon state" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Hey what up welcome in Doug Alley. Then you have downloaded all all basketball all the time. I know there's NCA a tournament, so today is a Friday. We should be recapping all the games I should be breaking down all the match ups. You should be follow me on twitter and I should be winning you money. But can't. Sorry my bad bad, so here's what I WANNA do. Per as much time as I can do it, which is keeping me pods of conversations with my basketball friends, their thoughts in the tournament, my memories and the tournament. you know we'll bounce around in years in things that we remember and all kinds events. It really is as cool. As you think it is, but the the memories are unique and distinct I remember. Obviously tons of memories as a kid going to NCAA tournament games. watching the final four in person going to the practices hack me and my buddies used to. We used to wait until the end of the weekend, and we'd won by the t shirts from the losing team in the semi-finals right like I remember Cincinnati lost in Minnesota coached by Bob Huggins and remember that team Yeah Nick. Ban Axel team well, if you waited 'til championship, Monday and they lost in the Saturday. You could get a Cincinnati bearcat for t shirt for a couple of bucks. I used to sell tickets to the final four. You get. My Dad would give me one seat that he gets from the BBC maybe a second seat. Flip those into A. A hundred seat flip those two a two hundred seat and get some money to a three hundred seat. Get some money to four hundred seat gets the money. Get the worst seen house and then. Split the money with dad because his ticket originally, and then by ticket wherever and walked down and sit down low. That's that was my childhood and then on Monday if we were staying till Tuesday. We'd steal some of the banners. You know the final four in Minneapolis. The phone afford Indianapolis and Yeah I'M GONNA. Sell you out. Claim McKnight. You me some other buddies Nick Marut, so that.
"oregon state" Discussed on Inside Pac-12 Women's Basketball
"Of the pack twelve now APP eight PM. And I've got my popcorn ready. Good Luck Cory we Look forward to watching that game in seeing you in Vegas. A few weeks here sounds good. Thank you so much for all. You're doing for the conference and I will see you soon. Thanks Corey always love catching up with corey close. She's just she's a special human and I love her insight. I got a circle back real quick Mary on dancing. I you know I could do a whole podcast about people who shouldn't dance fancying because that's like the story of my life but you told me a story the other day about mark track so apparently dancing is like a prerequisite now to be a coach at this level. So tell me your mark track dancing story. So I met the practice gym at Stanford and Stanford leaves an issue comes issue at. Usc comes in and they're all kind of stretching and doing what teams do and then off to the side and down on the court. I see coach track with. I don't know if it was a manager. Or just one of his folks on his staff and all of a sudden he starts lately flushing dance fluffing any. He's just like light fluffy full. I mean it wasn't like a full youtube will fly. You know what I'm saying. It was a light. Who's working up to full lossing. Okay and then he got more into it and was kind of getting the moves down and I was standing with Darcy the the sad she's like. Oh my God I think coach Trek is facing and I said Oh she was. I would love to get you know. Get this and so he. He came over to talk and I was like. Hey Do you wanNA show me Samir? Dance moves and it was like like absolutely not like he didn't. He just was sort of in his own world trying to learn how to foucault it was it was just remarkable and then. Corey's video like everywhere you go coaches are are are dancing now and I don't really understand it because for me. I only dance like aft in the after parties of of wedding. So yeah but I bet you go all out like what's your what's your go-to Song tootsie roll. Which is my song. That is the ultimate after hours. Dan Sunk Candy free to go. Let me see Tizi Role. And just because you can do every dance with that with that song. The problem is it can cause injuries. Because sometimes when you're really new in the role and you get like a little low like you're like oh my butterflies getting shoes wedding out. Have you ever had any dancing injuries? While dancing to the Tutsi roll one time. One time I did. Are you going to share that story? Not But So the whole thing and tick tock anything I I am not on the amount on the bandwagon not not resume as they say you getting injured dancing to Tizi role and marked track Lightly flaw seeing like when no one is looking at doing my best mental images that I could kind of say so. Thank you for for sharing that. Okay we're GONNA wrap this thing up because I know that we've gone longer than we normally do. Maybe Shut UP TO UTAH. Let's let's shut out Lynn Roberts and those youths because again I think lost in the mix of sometimes we talk about the teams at the very top but they complete a huge road sweep over the Washington schools and Brenda Maxwell Freshman of the week. What what he had to say about the youth right now well Brenna. It leads the pack twelve and three point shooting at forty five percents. She is a terrific shooter. A great anchor for the Freshman Class Where they're trying to go. But when you start on a weekend and you're three and seven conference and you finish in your five and seven and conference you're doing you're happy dance. You're doing your lights lossing. You're fired up and I'm sure that's exactly how Lynn Roberts was feeling shoe soon. Some light floss. I know injuries. Okay and then the other thing that I wanted to talk about. And it's almost EMPHA- Murphy's law but you made a great point Mary as you so often do we're talking about you. Know we talk about the race for the top four seeds Vegas and how important it is to have that first round by especially when you know Corey talked about especially when you look at some of the teams in the conference. There's no easy first day win. But you make the point that maybe there might be something to not finishing fourth and finishing fifth so that you stay out of Oregon side of the bracket there is no doubt in my mind. Like you WANNA be second or third. If you're in the top four you want to be two or three because you do not want to be in that organ bracket because you know it's like you're looking over at a pickup game and you're like Oh man. I don't apply those because they are playing so well right now right now too is just off the charts. Ruthie is just. Ruthie and Sabrina is taken it to who knew there were so many levels that she could take every time. You think she's taking it to the top blows. You just takes one more so beyond more jazz shelley Taylor Chavez I mean I gotta go and bully the whole thing so right now just for people listening so right. Now the standings look like Oregon's number one at eleven and one in conference play. Ucla's to tend to Stanford also tended to we talked about the importance of tiebreaker. And then that for the so the battle for the number four seed. Arizona's sitting at eight and four Oregon State at seven five and Asu at six and six as tar would call it and as she said to her team. Stay out of the weeds and don't want to be you. Don't WANNA be down there in the weeds and I'm GONNA put four in the weeds to you don't want to be you. WanNa before Okay Tha time for.
"oregon state" Discussed on Inside Pac-12 Women's Basketball
"Sabrina factor You know she's a generational player Know I think we're obviously going to have to have our best game but you know you don't go back to like the movie in the miracle you don't have to be you don't have to be the best For ten in a row you got to be best that night and you know. I think that we're going to have to create some confusion. We're going to have to you. Know when they were going to switch our ends a lot depending on their lineups But know the most important thing and I watched our film versus them at home last year. We've had this epic run of light overtimes or last second. You know Shots or games with them but the one that our place last year where they beat US pretty handily it really came down to rebounding and that's been a weakness of ours this year defensive rebounding and so Probably the biggest thing is. I think we're GONNA scheme well enough to force some. I heart shots but keeping Ruthie and sought to off the boards and all of their players. That do such a good job hustling and I think that's really going to be pivotal for us. I'm pretty confident in our defensive game plan that will get enough per shot stops but can we. Can we secure the rebound and then get out run? So they were able to attack before they set their size or the you know and their defense which. I think that's why they're most improved. This year is defensively They've been really good offensively for several years but They're much improved on the defensive end of the floor and so if we can get defensive bores and attack in transition with our small ball and are versatile guards and those kinds of things that that will be a huge key or success. You know. It's interesting corey. This season in the in the PAC twelve is is so reminiscent you know I do the. La Sparks Games and What starts happening at the end of the season with tiebreakers. And who's GonNa make the playoffs right? I feel like we. Are you know all? We're talking about tiebreakers you've got the Tiebreaker Stamford. You've got the tiebreaker with Arizona state looking for the tiebreaker. You know one win against Oregon Oregon. So you got the tiebreaker against them because you only play them once it it's a crazy year Because we're talking about tiebreakers already well. And you look at your. You can have a top ten level team. That's got six losses or you know what I mean like. It's GONNA be crazy. I mean when you think about that you can have a literally a top twelve top team in the country Having to play on that first day of the whole tournament I mean. That's just mind boggling. When you really think about it. In a non kimmy game coach and a non. GimMe game because of what's been going on in this conference. I mean it it's it's crazy. It is crazy I mean you know about I mean I think this weekend is just fun right. I mean you know my players are gonNA ready either going to be prepared The harder ones come after me. Come after that you know the fact of going to the Washington's you know then having to turn out at home or on paper games that great win but they're very capable. I mean it's just it it really you know we keep saying it but it's really true it's just every night and You know there. Eighteen to twenty two years old. And you know they don't quite understand every night yet all the time so That's my job is to help them understand that but I lose a lot of sleep in the process. Corey one of the things. That always just amazes me when I walk in the gym to watch. Ucla practiser shoot around like say for Stanford I walk in. And I'm like nervous for you. I Call as such I. I'm like going into my my coaching mindset. And then I watch your staff and your you and your players and you guys are like I remember last year at Asu and it was the same thing you guys like. Walk in and you're just like let's go and everyone's beaten to the music and having like getting ready getting focused on like wow. This is why I'm not coaching anymore. I can't be like I'm white tents for you guys you guys are just like let's get to work well. It's so interesting to me. I have such a great staff but actually just last night Shannon called me and said you know I just think we need to just keep You know we always talk about bringing in the struggle and the joy we gotta find little ways without compromising our competitive spirit to infuse the joy Because it's just such a grinding right now everywhere harder and I actually. I read it really influential book. I can't remember the name of it but the last year and it talks about learning environments. They're talking about education. And is that if you want to create the most growth that you have every day you wanNA infused struggle enjoy. That's how young people you know. Grow and learn. The best is when you have both of those elements in your teaching progressions and so to create really really hard things where they have to scrap and claw experienced failure and struggle and where they get to experience joy or you know relationships in connection and You know that's not a that's not a scientific formula. It's an art form but I do really believe in that and I have such amazing people around me which both of you know that They remind me all the time. And they I'm the worst honestly I'm just so competitive and I just want to get after it and like you know but they find really appropriate ways To infuse the joy which is really good. Oh you gotta give yourself some Credit Corey because I think one of the ways that you infuse joy that I have seen is is your dance moves. That have really come on. We got within the last couple years. Mary sent me a video of you. Dancing with your team that was staff as a staff. It was union staff there was sent out to recruits like T. Tell us the the back story of that. And why? What's what's what's with the dancing because I love it. I'm a big fan you this recruits I mean recruiting gives. You do anything charisma. Osborne is the one started it so I was talking around the phone recruiting her and she dances. If you follow her on social media she's constantly dancing and says you know if you were to dance live on my official visit. I might commit good enough. I like challenge accepted and that is where the Kiki talent last year came from an awful and the last thing I wanted this for my dance moves. Good Morning America terrible but it happen and so then she comes into the office You know earlier this about maybe about a month ago and says coach. You know you've seen the talks like let's knock. I don't know like well. She's sent me a video she's like I'm coming tomorrow. And we're going to teach Lord and so then they my office. It was hilarious. There was it was Karen Brown and charisma. Osborne and Rachel video team and they. It was hilarious and now I was an awful and they're like I didn't know this. Take this long and I should So so anyway. Then they got caught the whole staff. They're like we're gonNA teach the whole staff and so that's what you what's what Mary since. You was the Charisma Osborne Influence on our whole staff. I was dying laughing. I I hope Miss Vowel has has seen that somewhere. I don't know I know she. She's old retirement now but I know I'll send it to her. Yeah definitely I don't know I might. I'm not up to her standards so I might watch all right one more thing and then we'll let you go practice your tick Tock. Yeah go practice. Your moves exactly exactly. So you've already secured your fifth straight twenty win season and as anybody who's listening to this podcast Knows you're one of the most cerebal coaches certainly that we have in the country so I wanted to give me a self scout nine years into your tenure Westwood. How would you evaluate your success? Wow did question I think that I think that you know. I'm just a continual work in progress. I think that's what you know. This is my twenty Sixth Season of coaching and And I just I think that thing that keeps me going is just I really loved. Get better I love to become a different teacher. Love to connect Just to the to the different generations of kids and You know so i. I think that I think we're on the right trajectory You know but for me. It's all about we. We have a saying in our In our program that champions made here is Ucla's program as Lord that phrase but we say champions made year from the inside out and it really is for me. I saw evaluate that I wanted to be You know I wanNA be a a competing for national championships. I WANNA be competing for Conference Championships Urine. And you're out You know I think we're we're not quite there yet. And being the nation's elite constantly on a consistent basis and and we're still waiting to get to our first final four and those kinds of things But I think the thing I'm most proud of is I think we really care and foster the journey of young people's hearts and and I think that's The most important thing to me that doesn't diminish How much I want to grow in how badly I want to win the championship but It's just never going to be more important than coaching. Young People's hearts and so You know I think I probably have told you this story before but it sort of encapsulates everything 'cause my fourth on the job here at UCLA. And I've met a lot of coach wooden alumni but John Valley comes into my office and they said hey you need to meet with him. He's the Gerbil for the cure guy and like okay. Whatever I haven't hired a staff. I'm overwhelmed like whatever. So he sits across from me and he just launches in. He said I've been married thirty eight years because it will coach wooden taught me. I've started three successful businesses. Because of what coach wouldn't taught me. I've conquered cancer three times because of the strength coach wooden gave me and then he really got me said. I've survived the death of my twelve year old daughter because of the way coach with lovely any pretty much walked out and then I went and looked him up and he and he was a starting point. Guard on two of Cushman's wins National Championship teams and he played seven years in the NBA. And he didn't even mention it. Because IT PALED. In comparison to the man came and that sorta became our mission. How many John Valleys can Can we create and You know and and Yeah Oh by the way we won You know we went to the first Final four and UCLA history for Special Championship. Oh by the way you know. We want a PAC twelve championship and it was the number one conference in the country But it's net but I always wanted to pale in comparison to the young women and what they become and do the impact. So that's what we're trying to do. I think we're I think we're really committed to our mission. We make mistakes. Yeah but we're really passionate about it and we love what we and so we're GonNa just keep going in that direction. That is an awesome story. And I don't know much but I know that wouldn't smiling down on everything that you're doing down there in Westwood. I know that you and I can't wait for Friday night Pauley pavilion. It's the place to be so you trying to break the student attendance records so I'm urging everyone who's listening to go if you can but if you can't make it you can watch on the PAC twelve network.
"oregon state" Discussed on Inside Pac-12 Women's Basketball
"You know you're just making the injustices right and that is why I think it is correct. That she's on it is it is so we're glad. She's on the list Let's talk about Oregon because I you know there's again there's always so much you can talk to talk about the ducks they were still number. Three in the rankings. That came out yesterday. We were you surprised by that. They didn't at least move up to the two spot. I know it doesn't really matter at this point but you know how about rankings. Yeah I it is a popularity contest. I I think they're number one in our Pi I think there's an acknowledgement. That Oregon is playing great basketball that And and of course allude to this is just doing a great job on the defensive end off its events special situations. They've got three all Americans on their team. They have separated themselves in the conference and I think that they stay. Stay healthy knock on wood. The future is very bright as they down the stretch. Yeah so they've got three straight wins over top twenty teams and they beat those teams by eighteen point three three points. Thirty one points South Carolina and Baylor remained the top two spots in the a people Speaking of which South Carolina Played Uconn last night and they won I guess how many points mini eighteen so same exactly as the ducks and I know. The transit of property doesn't work in basketball but That game was played in Columbia so it was played thousand people. I I was Kinda Open. Yukon was going to blast them just so for our purposes. But that didn't happen South Carolina's good and ask them another comparison. I just feel like South Carolina Oregon on a different level. I mean they're they both have South Carolina's nine wins over top twenty. Five opponents Oregon has eight and then the next one down is Florida state and Maryland. With five wins. And then you have our our teams Arizona Oregon State Stanford and UCLA. I mean I know. There's a lot of balls we play. But you could say that. We're kind of on a collision course in March. I could say that my favorite quote when I watch them play now. I think about Danny Green when he was in the NFL any is there had that ranch where he just went viral because we are who we thought.
"oregon state" Discussed on Inside Pac-12 Women's Basketball
"And now we know that so after the loss she kept this tradition alive of donating her hair to locks of love after the game and it was something that that started. I think with Ruth Hamlin. A few years ago said we did it The bees posted a video of her and I just kept thinking. She must've known She Tori C. L Like that's a pretty obvious thing and she's sitting here smiling cutting off her long beautiful hair to give to someone with cancer and it just to me. It just kind of speaks to who she is. And I've never even met in person well and I think it also speaks to the spirit of the Oregon state players. And were we're GONNA talk about Mikhail Pivot glaister but it's just. This is a tradition. This is what we do Ashley. Do you WANNA do. You WanNA participate. It's just and their fans and after the Ballgame. Everyone comes down to the to the floor. It's just it's a different experience but it just speaks to why somebody like Kennedy decided to go to Oregon state because she wanted to be part of that kind of spirit families the US is word that's got rook uses all the time and I think it's exactly the right one so you mentioned Michaela picks. Let's just do that and and we. We can't not talk about. Obviously the other epic game that Oregon State was involved with this weekend and that was their buzzer beater win over. Asu and it was just one of the wildest ends to a game that I can remember in a while we were going on right after words and I'm sitting in studio talking to our producer. Christine making sure I have all. My Shot. Cheats in my notes. Because I assume we're going to overtime right like cat shooter. Hits that bucket to tie it up with two seconds left and so I'm just kind of looking back down at my notes. And all of a sudden they look up. Michaela pivots getting mobbed by teammates on the court. And I'm saying to Christine like what How do they get the ball back? What just happened happened like that? So shutouts Julia Goodman. She went off in that. Fourth quarter pivot hit the game winner. But what what did you see in that final bit? Did you go back and watch it? Honestly I watched it about fourteen times and pausing pausing pausing it. It's kind of going back to my like coaching life. Couple of things one. I thought it was an outstanding effort by Arizona State knowing how determined Oregon State was to beat. Asu based on that. They just have not had much success. They were at home big crowd. I thought they played an outstanding just an outstanding game just special situations and Scott Rook. What a job running plays running them. Well knowing what they WANNA do the beautiful passer Mattie Washington to tutor going back door for Asu the ending is just worst case scenario just not lacking the focus and just not being enough in the moment. That's the what the what you need to have happened with. Point four seconds. Just you need somebody to touch the ball on the game's over and you're going to win so that happens for Asu. And I think about myself when I mispronounce a game on a broadcaster I I I I not paying attention when I'm we all do things that we don't mean to do. And in that moment. That's what happened to a player for. Asu for Oregon State on the baseline. The person I don't watch mic. I don't watch Leah. I watched destiny slocum cushy standing right in front of and she's the one that's got an. I'll use the word sell it. She's gotTa make a cut. Her job is to clear the paint out so there space for pitic to come off that screen and be open for that LOB so my job to sell it and I've got a clear that space I know I'm destiny. I'm like Dang coach doesn't want me to have the ball like the coaches and blatantly. No she's like my job is to sell so she comes up you watch. Her Hirfi are spinning. She kinda skids around the corner. She's just like rowing herself. It's like she's going diving into the end zone. And she clears that space they run the screen. Here comes pivot like she set in the ball and volleyball. And who else in the world would you want to make that shop mcpick? I mean it was just. It was just beautiful. What a moment. What a what a horrible moment for. Asu because they've done everything so well in that ballgame so the heartbreak you know it was like a wild. Will the sports like the heartbreak? The you know the joy. It was just an amazing moment. But I'll say this. I think they need to start handing out paper bags instead of T. shirts at at Gill because the people there for this weekend are just hyperventilating. Like literally just need to start Y- because it will keep oxygen in the corners because there's just too much going on because the same Eric. Quick question for you not to interrupt. The this is the fifth time in the last seven meetings in which she see teams were separated by two or fewer points at some juncture in the final minute of regulation over over time. What is it about these teams like? Is there any other teams that always play each other? This tight just think they're well-matched the the great defensive teams their coach do a good job of taking away. What you WanNa do and I just think when you get that mindset like it. This is going to be a grinder in that. We got to every possession counts. This is where we're at. I mean it's a terrific rivalry that the teams know what the individuals know it and boy it. It's it's fun but yet incredibly tends to watch and teachable moment as you mentioned and there's other people that are paying attention to what happened in that game. Yeah it was interesting. I was at Stanford's practice. And they were in their practice gym and they've got this big TV on on the wall with Their their their equipment on the side and so they queued up the the last three point one seconds and the whole team stood there. And I mostly watch Nadia fingle and Kiana Williams and you know we see the play a evolve were the past comes into Washington and sort of a little back. Door CUT AND TUDOR MAKES THE LAYUP. And then tars like okay. Okay see the time they put it on us. There's point four then they just. You could just hear the comments like. Oh Wow. Oh my God. In their mouths were wide open. Their Eyes Were Wide Open. And it was a teachable. Moment that you know you got to execute you've got to be in the moment you know it it it it it spoke volumes to that. Stanford team of what you have to do it at the end of a ball game. It was really fascinating to just watch them. Watch what happened? That's a great story and I know for a fact. I'm sure Charlie was was not pleased with how that thing ended but it was a big teachable moment for her team won that you wish you didn't have to go through and that you could just have your you know an example of that you can show your team in the locker room like targeted. But we're talking about tiebreakers. Think about the significance of that they Arizona. State wins that game. They've got the tiebreaker on Oregon State. So when when all is said and done at the end of the year and we look at the standings at that moment moments matter almonds do matter no doubt about that you know what else matters. What words words matter because as long as we're talking about Mikhail pick? I brought my soapbox for you today because I was going to have to get up on my soapbox and I was GonNa have you declare one of the great injustices that we saw over the weekend that you called out on twitter and maybe made a few phone calls about the Cayla pick. Well you tell the story because well senior class award. What is it right? The award the announcement came out that the top ten players on the on the senior class award. And it's I I don't know if you have it in front of you. But it's a academics community. You know there's four big components to it leadership and and and I'm looking at the list and I'm going down the list and then I went down the list again and then I went down the list again and I. I just thought there had to be a mistake because Michaela pivot wasn't on the list graduated in three years. We know from our interview. She's like had won a minus in her in her life and she's getting a masters and she literally and cat tutor would say yeah. She went and spent the night at the homeless. You know like yeah as she goes in volunteers after games no yeah and she serves meals and she bakes it. She I don't she picked him is is the award. Yeah she does she does and so I I mean I don't ever do this on twitter. I try to be super positive but I just found it. I just could not believe she wasn't on it so I I tweeted that and Then I think it kind of like. Oh because I don't often you don't often look at a list. You See who's on it you don't think about who's not on it but the point. I really WANNA make about that. List is and my. My tweet was not to say anything derogatory about anyone on the list. Everyone on the list deserve to be on the list. I just thought the Cayla pick should also have been on the list and so apparently after Some some promises to what happened. We have no idea what happened but I gotTA shout out Vicky on twitter. She's one of the dedicated beaver fans who who she's awesome. Well I just I you know. I don't have to read it if you don't want to but I am going to pull it up right here because it is pretty. It's pretty good. Hang on one second yet. So Vicki tweets out special. Thanks to Real Mary Murphy for voicing her displeasure publicly on the first day. The senior class award finalist list posted. Now we get to vote for pick a finalist hashtag real. Mvp So yes. You're the real. Mvp Mary I was getting ready to pick it their offices. I don't even know where the senior class award offices are but I I had all my picket materials ready. I was GonNa go and just but you you send out a tweet in you know you just see an injustice in the world and you make it right. Well she does. I think the point is that read read about these people and then decide and there's a third of the vote that will be You know people that vote online so participate but be a a knowledgeable like vote for a reason as we know that's important and then coaches and media will be part of the decision as well but it it certainly is deserving of mcpick and as Oregon State fans have have have mentioned mick lasting mcpick at once people the notice her like a and talk about this. She doesn't it's not important to her so but it's it's important that someone of her quality and ability is is acknowledged recognition. I agree so good. Good on Ya I there were a couple of players on that list. If I'm not mistaken. Ruthie HEBREW SABRINA UNESCO so there are three total now from the conference in.
"oregon state" Discussed on Inside Pac-12 Women's Basketball
"Bring the passion the player of the year. Who crocheting cracking. What's happening Mary? Murphy at Ashley Adams and Give Back Again. We are back again. Welcome back to the PODCAST. Everybody Ashley Adamson my two Best Gals Mary Murphy Colin Farrell. Happy to have you listening from wherever you are. How's everybody feeling happy? Valentine's Day week by the way. What's that by the way just real quick? We have so much to get into and we're going to dive into it but I'm on the elevator this morning coming up to the office and someone was talking about how Valentine's Day was a trigger word for them so I know that there are definitely people that fall into different camps there the people that like love Valentine's Day on the people that Hey Valentine's Day so I'm assuming by your face Mary. I know where you fall. Look I'm super proud of myself because I gotTa Valentine's Day card off to my mom and it has a bird on it and she loves birds so and it was really sweet on the inside in my only hope is it gets there on time. But beyond that like I'm going to be in Arizona in Tucson You know that whole vibe you believe it what leave it colleen. Hi. How are you a as a Valentine's person? Oh Yeah I'm I am sure it's GonNa be real exciting this year. We're going to be watching some actual basketball. So that's the best way I can always real and Mary. I have to feature shoot on eighteen on so I think I need. I'm going to try to get to that noon game and watch on Sunday. I'm going to be in Tempe so good have fun there. Love that love that. I'm can I do a self call out for Valentine's Day because I'm one of those people that says that I don't care about it. It's not important? It's a hallmark holiday. All this yeah and then like Chris. My husband doesn't get anything but just nothing and and so then I'm like I guess I say that I don't care because I'm like trying to pretend like I don't care but then I guess in the end. GimMe some flowers or something but you gotTa Kid know who can like. Write a yeah. That's gone with a red card. Put It on your fridge something special. Okay okay mom so I just a little inside baseball for our listeners usually colleen Mary and I are incomes the day before on Monday before record the podcast and just making sure that on the same page in that. We're talking about the topics that everybody wants to cover. And I I sent out a few thoughts. Mary writes back with a file that was literally too big to download on my phone. Like you've got a lot of thoughts today and I can't wait. I know like a lightning round. Exactly okay all right so first things first. You're an Alastair this weekend Mary. You're hanging out with Russell Wilson. Oh well that too But you and Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks quarterback hanging out on Sunday it maples. You guys buds. Now well Brian Webber was there too so there are three of us. He graciously came over and sat and sat like five minutes of the ball. Game before halftime and He is as wonderful as he appeared on on on on your. Tv's devices and your PAC. Twelve APP I mean the guy I it was just great talked about. Is His sister Anna. A senior at At Stanford and just about education and about his philosophy of life in their family. It was it. Was You know time well-spent? I didn't mind sitting next to him at all. It was awesome. Yeah his hair by the way has really taken on a life of its own. I was enjoying that And then hit and it hit some little Cooper's here same style you're right obviously type But the the clip of him. It was just awesome because he was so excited. And I I love it because he's mega. Nfl superstar multi multi multimillionaire is married to Sierra. And here he is on Sunday. Just being the super cute proud enthusiastic big brother and it was a great interview and I loved it so well. He talked about being a brother. He talked about what it's like to have a sister and what she does for him. I mean it was just you know I I wanted to. I have eight brothers and I wanted to ask him if I could. Trade like three for one but No no all right. That'd be a good trade though. Maybe I would've shore I go I would deal. We're at the trading deadline. I'd be I already him everything I know. I think that's for a different podcasts. Mary Murphy's eight brothers and the family dynamics there okay. Let's talk about the two major statement wins this weekend both coming on the road. Ucla at Stanford. And I should mention that. Corey close is our guest today. We cannot like to talk to her in about ten or fifteen minutes and then Arizona Oregon State those are the two that kind of jumped out at us and you call the Bruins game. You mentioned with Brian Webber. So let's start with that a ten point win at Maples for those who maybe didn't get to watch all of the game or understand. What did they miss? How did it happen well I think? Ucla just didn't outstanding job of establishing their style of play and you're not allowing Stanford to really utilize their bigs inside and the game. They seize control in that late in the third and into the fourth and just kept looking up the scoreboard. Thinking Wow I. I'm not often sitting here and seeing Stanford losing it was And they were steady and they knew who they were and they went out and executed their game plan. I know Tara was extremely unhappy. As as was their team with how they played and showed it the next day at practice and how they played especially in the first half against USC on Sunday but it was a statement win without a doubt in the conference and nationally for Ucla. It was a terrific performance is no doubt about it and only their second win. In the last two decades Mikhailian. They named PAC twelve player of the week. Corey hit a big coaching milestone. We're GONNA talk to her about that as well as kind of the strength of the overall conference but the second statement that when we want to talk about is what happened in Corvallis Arizona at Oregon State and I loved a Dea. Barnes tweeted this out. She said Sunday defective like we got punched in the face on Friday and came back on Sunday ready and the way that we responded showed you know are true character. And I couldn't agree more. You lose by thirty three points in Eugene and then you go to Gillan you beat the beavers on their court in overtime. We'll look. This is a philosophy that every team has to have this conference. Because you can get clobbered on Friday and you've got to compete and you've got to compete on Saturday a practice and be ready on Sunday. You can blow somebody out on Friday or wouldn't have been game like UCLA and then go to cal. And you know. Be close to losing a game against the bears in Sherman Smith in her first year. That's the kind a year it is and you have to have a short memory. Remember the good stuff improve on the bad stuff and be ready to go speaking short memory. I what you said to about Sam Thomas. Just because the shooter hasn't made shot time you still got a garden like they're red hot well. I talked to coach about the Salat. You know when when Eliya Goodman was was struggling you know. I asked her before the Oregon State game. We'll do guard or any differently. And she looked at you. Know and coaches give you that God Mary. I thought you were smarter than that. Look though you guard people if they even if they've missed one hundred shots in a row and Sam. Thomas had not scored a bucket all weekend long and address. The most important moment just rocked back and knock down this beautiful three and it was a huge difference maker in that ballgame shooter shoot. You gotta be there if you're not they're gonNA make you pay eventually. She certainly did so credit to her for knocking down and Arizona in in that when they snapped an eleven game losing streak against the beads and maybe the biggest thing that was there as ONA's first road win against a top ten program a top ten team in program history. I mean you just run down the list you know. They've won nineteen games since the first time since tunnel eleven. We're seeing these like years like it's nineteen ten. I mean it was seems like a long time ago. Then when twenty. It's going to be since. Oh three or four and you know Colin Farrell talks about this a lot with. There's on like they. Just go through the boxes. And they're just checking them off and two and a great job of it big weekend at home against the Washington's in the desert all right so the sad part of that game. Though was the news that came out last night Certainly if you're obese fan or just a fan in general you you hate you hate this type of thing. Kennedy Brown Oregon State's one of their freshman stars a big presence in the post Tori Seattle and is going to miss the rest of the year. What was your reaction when you heard that man? Well I think we all are just so sad when we hear the the letters. Acl and you know. They're already downtown. Core style so two of their bigs important players rebounders brown not so much of a score but emerging score core stale great defender Shooter Score It it's devastating but the the thing about injuries is you can't be devastated as a coach and as a program you've gotta be able to say who's in the room who's healthy and then you've got to put together game plan you have to go out and execute it. Tarver. Here's a great example of this. You look at her team on the floor now and what we thought it was going to be thought my dots and was going to be out. There she's terrific You know you think about Dj Carrington on every list. There is a preseason for the best players at her position and in the country and Joe Haley Jones goes down. And so you. Can't you know I when I was coaching? How this devastate our best player tour? Acl and literally. I was like sitting in a chair in like like in a puddle of my own tears for about an hour like boy and it's wasted energy it you have to be great to the individual and the family and your team and understand what that feels like. But you've got to move on and you gotTA figure out. That's got fifteen scholarships or twelve or eight. How many you have on your team. You gotTA figure it out. Look at what mark tracks done. He has eight people on his team and he goes out and they get the kind of effort they have so. They're on your team for reason you've given them a scholarship. You believe in them. You got to find the best each individual and say we're going to go out there and win and this how we're going to do it and you've got to change your approach. You gotTA figure out a different way. Then that's what you have to do but that's your job as a coach and I you know it's not your job to sit there and make excuses and say will you know what if what if what if fans do enough of that. You've got to get to work and plow forward. Yeah and that is also true. I think obviously that the best coaches are the ones that make adjustments. I I do want to say one more thing about Kennedy Broncos. I was planning on talking about on the podcast today..
"oregon state" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"He'll thrive now ice i swim for for real for real he's gonna survive that even if it happens why assume by state we mean michigan not penn but that would mean texas state imagine how embarrassing that they have any other states on the list no what state what state is oregon state and issue also oregon state wouldn't that be bed that's to las actively does harbaugh the your if he loses to oregon state and oregon state again that would suck yeah i think that's true i think if you i think if you accidents schedule oregon state and then you do it a second time and you lose both yep you're out you play oregon state in the ball while i know that sounds far fetched but bear with me now he's no he's not gonna fire for that they don't him like it's something like eighteen million dollars how does he lose though is it the same way as it always is like to see lose to michigan state in the most bullshit way possible and then lose to high state like in the most gut wrenching way possible because you get really tired of that at some point i guess but in the past the alternative was just just lose hi it wasn't wasn't a lot of mystery drama too no no real big third act there i mean i i don't i it is hard to fathom them firing him so like maybe if that happens again this year that we say he's officially on the hot seat for next year but they like that they won't mean that.
"oregon state" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate
"Release that's what i gotta say about it yet allah abdessalem of that in a lotta people say that she couldn't make them movie now um i i think you could because of how cheaply made it would have been uh by you know it's not that i'm not saying that you know that would have the budget would have anything to say with the content so to speak like the budget in the content would correlate but obscene that it would be less of a risk for the studio hit it will was a jeep move their as far as like the controversy goes i don't think it would be you know if you were to put that out today i do think like the black community would get the satire of it it's the college age white kids that would have the problem with it in the reason i say that is because i don't know if you guys remember about this was a couple months ago back in my kok tober november um there was a big thing and i think oregon state um the college of their oregon state uh there was some class that they were taking and the teacher played for them king tutt by steve martin which of you never heard king it's a classic bit uh uh it it was it's a social commentary on at the time in the '70s uh when they raided king touched whom they were doing a big uh tohrir of all the king's near the key a king tutt the his body uh the actual mummy itself the sarcophagus all the stuff that they found in the the you know king touched whom when on a tour around america and everybody was gone crazy about it and basically were just like desecrating you know our grave and the dead so steve martin wrote a commentary about it and these kids up in uh the oregon state university.
"oregon state" Discussed on WWL
"State but at the same time and i think you're you're you're path it could be a little bit easier if you get past rugged state anita never know you might never face them because you're not face them in the first game and so you could end up having to play florida stay cal state or two to get you to the championships here i don't think they'll happened no probably somehow face oregon state oregon state has four laws it's all year i don't think they're going to lose their first two games granted their top pitcher is most likely to academic with them but well that's just sit there they're hol pitching staff now slides one spot fords their is going to be pitch and in that first game which means there number three guy is going to be pitching you know if lsu were to play them in that second round or reason why you would like like the match with relish exactly i think it it ends up while we you we get picked it between the four in the threeseat especially last week because he didn't know how everything was going to shake out you know north carolina was going to lose its evident and and some of the other teams that have have law stanford was going to lose all those kind of teams you didn't know they were going to lose so now so since you've had some upsets undecided a bracket thanks fixture shake it out well fell as you can get it done tonight and finish up mississippi state it's going to be interesting for sure i pitches tonight at eight o'clock live right up until they ever live here the mike anderson's until seven thirty them i go to the lsu network pregame show you can keep it tuned right here to wwl all day long for your lsu baseball vicks take break comeback and wrap up our two.