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No. 11 Oregon beats Oregon State, will play for Pac-12 title
"Anthony brown junior threw for two hundred seventy five yards and two touchdowns while running for another score in eleventh ranked Oregon's thirty eight twenty nine victory against Oregon state divine Williams had six catches for one hundred ten yards and a touchdown for the ducks who will play for the pac twelve title for the third consecutive season the chemistry between A. B. Williams well it is extremely important because you know like you said Johnny's out Michael Berman Johnny I mean read he's out so the chemistry there had to be tighter than ever before Oregon state's chance Nolan threw for three hundred eight yards and a pair of touchdowns he ran for another in the waning moments on the ferry
"oregon state" Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast
"Not just in physical infrastructure. But i think being clear on on what the priority is making sure that People practice things and are ready. Really really matters. I want to ask you about getting into politics because turf interesting for someone like you. Maybe people don't realize this path of taking her experience where again i keep getting Nba it's something people might just say. Think of his tv water. So what's your conversations around young people get in politics or even agencies like working for know treasury to the state. I think it's it's essential. I think everyone ought to find some way to to be involved in public service being elected officials. Not the only way of course. But i think it's it's both essential to Creating the sort of place that we wanna live in and that we wanna leave to future generations and it's also really gratifying. You can do it for selfish reasons. It feels good to be contributing to two other people into the future. And that sort of thing so i think running for office is it's exciting. It's it's challenging is not always for everyone. But i don't think people should should foreclose that option and don't think that the legislature is the only place to do. That are lots of other offices. Many of which go overlooked sometimes uncontested that that matter to the to the quality of of a community thinking about Parks boards and Fire boards and planning commissions and lots of things some of which are appointed some of which are elected But it matters and there is talent out there that that we are suffering w- we don't take advantage of so everyone has got something to offer in terms of perspective in terms of skill and i'm always eager to tell people when they want offer that to their community was interesting for me. I mean i've been doing this. Podcast for three or four years and some of the executives. I talk to or leaders. I find out a lot of them have served like as chief of staff or something like that here in oregon and it's really cool to see that progression in that sense of service. They have you make a good point. It's really good preparation for other things too. I certainly worked rather other legislators and Elected officials without the idea that that would someday be me but you can pick up all kinds of lessons and skills. That are that are useful. No matter what the circumstances that might follow tobias for about rap over time. There's a couple things. Where can people just find about these programs you. You mentioned one of them. We didn't i get to talk more in depth about. But maybe you can throw out the site for it or things. That would.
"oregon state" Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast
"But they're a number of other funds and by putting them together by managing them holistically. We're able to generate better returns. And of course everyone has a stake in that because dollar that we can generate from investment returns is a dollar that doesn't have to come from the budget or ultimately from taxes. So that's that's a really big part of our of our responsibility. The management of of state and some trust funds We also issue and manage all the state's debt. The bonds that are used to finance infrastructure and so part of that is is protecting the state's credit rating and interacting with those rating agencies so that oregon maintains that tool which can be obviously really important to finance infrastructure to get through economic downturns and those sorts of things. So that's really significant as well part of the land board with the governor and the secretary of state who manages a number of thousands of state trust lands on a number of other boards and commissions inside but the the piece that i think is really especially gratifying for us is the role we play this kind of a financial empowerment hub helping oregonians to be in a position to invest in themselves. We do that through three particular programs. The oregon college savings plan. I hope we can talk in detail about each of these oregon's saves which I in the country retirement savings plan for people in the private sector who otherwise. I don't have that option and oregon able th- which is a a savings program for we're going in sewer living with disabilities and giving them important tools as well so we really view that as a way to give oregonians the chance to to build the financial future they want for themselves and so in total. I think we can. We can be considered to be a financial hub for oregon and it's It's really exciting and gratifying. Let's get into this break. Each one of those down and six into year old some familiar with the the college savings. Excellent do that. Let's let's talk about what makes it unique. maybe states. yeah there are a few things i mean. What is not unique. I know i'm glad to hear that you've already recognized. This is the power that has just having a college savings account no matter how much is in..
"oregon state" Discussed on PDX Executive Podcast
"Got a great guest today. I'm excited to have on. He spoke at one of my events a few years ago when we do those kinds of things and persons so Wanted to welcome tobias read. Who's the oregon state treasurer welcomed by us. Thanks for the conversation so we were just chatting and whenever this comes out but right now we're in the middle of the extreme heat wave and pretty crazy for the state of oregon. So we'll hopefully everybody you know got through that okay. By the time. I listen to this but let's start to bias love to learn you know about your journey and then for the folks who don't maybe fully grasp what the treasurer does for straight talk a little bit about that as well. Sure which is to say most people who are dealing with a normal life. I'm an oregonian by choice. I came here for college after having been raised in idaho and have more or less a stuck around. Because it's such a wonderful place but had the goods Fortune during high school and college to work in politics when i went to willamette. Of course it's right across the street so it was easy to find an opportunity to try to apply the lessons. I was learning in the classroom in the real world back to work for some legislators campaigns those sorts of things found that i really liked it so After i finished at willamette i also had the chance to work on the us treasury department in washington which really convinced me of my desire to better understand how business and government relate the private and public sector. I think is always wear the intersection of those two. Were the most interesting things happen. So headed off to to business school at the university of washington acid too loudly that around here but but it was a great a great business experience and then can back to oregon and worked at At nike and while i was there i ran for the legislature and people often ask me what in the world that had had to do with one with the other but it turns out that being a footwear developer. Which is what. I was this really good preparation for policy. Making this is not the artistic stuff is not the design stuff but it's the project management. It's iterating and continuing to experiment to figure out what the recipe is for a shoe and in that process. It really is a question of priorities so that's what i mean by it being a good preparation for policy-making yes you could have that super special swoosh treatment but maybe not at the price you want to pay for that shoe or you could do that new rubber compound but it might not be ready for the delivery date. You're seeking so you get better with a variety of collaborators. At determining what the real priorities aren't it turns out that's pretty useful in the legislature. So i was fortunate to serve in the legislature for ten years house representing beaverton. I found that to be very much like college where a committees are started like classes..
Wet Notes - 4-9-21
"This is wet notes here scuba shock radio for april ninth two thousand and twenty one first up today. I'd like to give you an update on new netflix. Documentary see spiracy. You might recall that. I introduced you to this film in a previous segment of wet notes. Well it did premiere on netflix's advertised. And i had a chance to watch. She spiracy a couple of weeks ago. The film is eighty nine minutes long and it can be captivating and controversial. Like i said this is certainly raising a great deal controversy especially as it relates to sustainable seafood and fishing. There's a couple of organizations that they called out into spiracy earth island institute and the marine stewardship council actually marine stewardship council issued a response on their website within days of the premier and every day. I see something more coming out related to the controversy. But i encourage you to watch the film and then decide for yourself about what it is saying like. I said lots of controversy. That's spiracy on net flicks now. Here's something that. I found really interesting. I came across an article that talked about how scientists are using thin wales to map out what lies beneath the sea floor. Now according to to seismologists vaclav kina from the czech academy in prague and john nab elec of oregon state university in corvallis oregon the song of the fin. Whales are loud enough to penetrate the earth's crust and revealed deep structures. I guess they have a network of fifty four bottomed size meter seismometers that the tech sound waves traveling through the ground and they picked up the of whales as they were passing by. Now they have a one hundred and eighty nine decibels song and that song can last from two and a half to five hours as they did more analysis they were able to map the underlying rock structures. According to these guys this is just as effective as those air cannons that are polluting the ocean with all that noise how practical this is yet to be seen. But you've gotta admit it is interesting. Now here's an update on the lectured aluminum tanks situation. You might recall back at the end of february. I told you about luxembourg Decision to exit the aluminum tank business and that they were looking to sell their plants in the us and the uk more. Here's some good news. Metal impact out of elk grove village in illinois is acquiring the graham north carolina luxembourg cylinder plant metal impact is no stranger to scuba tank business. They've been around since nineteen fifty nine and in two thousand fourteen. They purchase worthington. Aluminum cylinders has been providing aluminum scuba tanks to excess scuba and see pearls for a number of years. We've got quite a few from excess scuba over the past couple of years and so we're pretty familiar with metal impacts. This is some good news for the. Us aluminum Scuba tank supply chain. There's absolutely no doubt that. The pandemic has had a dramatic impact on the scuba industry. But i guess it's not all bad news if you happen to be in the right place and it seems that hawaii is those right places especially for new diver certifications. There's a recent article in scuba diving magazine. Titled more hawaiians getting certified than before the pandemic turns out that even though the travel has been restricted to and from the islands more locals are turning to scuba aloha scuba on awad who had reported a one hundred and twenty percent increase in new diver certifications. In two thousand and twenty. They went from twenty seven in two thousand and nineteen to eighty three in two thousand and twenty spurred by whole families going for they're open water certification with some great diving. It certainly makes sense to mask up and dive in our aloha state. Last week i was trying to see if the ocean based climate solutions act of two thousand and twenty was being introduced in this session of congress. Well no update on that yet but i did come across something very interesting. There is a house select committee on the climate crisis now. This committee was created during the one hundred sixteenth congress. That was the last one so it hasn't been around long. But they did produce a climate action plan of two thousand twenty. And that's called the congressional action plan for a clean energy economy and a healthy resilient and just america committee is chaired by representative. Kathy castor from florida and the ranking chair is representative garrett graves from louisiana now. I watched their organizing meeting from march nineteenth. Let's say there's just a little bit of difference on the ideas of how to approach In the approaches in making the us carbon zero by two thousand fifty but as representative castor stated. It's time to turn recommendations into policy. Now i'll be tracking our actions and keep you updated here and finally you might recall. Last year the uss bonham rashard an eight hundred forty four foot long and fibia assault ship burned out of control for five days. Now that was in san diego california. But now senator. Marco rubio from florida is proposing that the ship be used to create an artificial reef down in florida little bit of background. The navy did some cost analysis On what it would take to restore the ship to operational status an estimated that that would be somewhere between two point. Five and three point five billion dollars but the cost to decommission and scrap the bonham rashard would be about thirty million dollars. Senator rubio didn't provide any details on where the ship might be sunk and be become an artificial reef but he did say that it could be done for less than thirty million dollars to scrap the ship. This word Happened it would be. We'll keep an eye on it and see where it goes. Fingers crossed that will have another artificial reef down in florida. Something that big to dive on. Well that's it for this installment of wet notes for april ninth. Two thousand and twenty
The University of Washington's retired live mascot, Dubs, dies
"Asking alumni band members even past football players, saying they're still saddened to learn of the passing of Dubs the retired mascot of the University of Washington to £75 Alaskan malamute became the 13th live mascot. In 2009. He's a dog of the people he was made for this. He really was something owner Kelly Campbell shared with many for years, Dubs had been a staple that you don't football games rooting on the dogs for 65 home games. Get all his owner said he's made nearly 400 appearances on behalf of the university since Dubs took over Washington Football had a record of 79 48 winning 62% of its contest. University had out passing of the color ceremony during the first quarter of Washington's final home game against Oregon State and 2018 dubs the original will be remembered through hours of video in thousands of pictures with fans players in school factually, many of which are being posted on social media as we speak. Thank you dubs for what you did for Husky football.
Houston reaches the men's Final Four
"Cougars men's basketball team is in the Final four for the first time since 1984 after taking down the Oregon State Beavers last night and the Baylor Bears or in their first final four since 1950 after eliminating Arkansas, it is sure is at least one team from Texas will be in the national championship game. Two more
Update: The NCAA Final Four Is Taking Shape
"Is taking shape after last night's action in Indianapolis. The Zags they're going to play tonight. But let's talk about what happened last night, first of all, top seed Baylor a number to Houston the first two teams to move into the final four after their victories. The Bears reaches semis for the first time since 1950 by beating Arkansas 81 72. Houston advances after beating Oregon State 67 61 Oregon State's dream run finally comes to an end tonight. Number one seed Michigan faces you see L. A. That is preceded by overall number one seed Gonzaga and USC. Gonzaga Senior Corey Chris kissed for the All American from King's High school is asked about the challenges facing us feed a U. S. C. S Defense in the paint. Those Mobley brothers could protect the room and they're really good at it. And It's gonna take a huge effort from us on offense in order to get the percentages that we're used to having around the rim, you know, in their reason why they've had the best two point percentage On defense in the country is because those guys are so good at what they do to above it for 15, his eggs favored by nine and women's action, you comics 1/13 straight Final four trip of the women's tournament after they beat number two. Baylor 69 67 are a McDonald, who played for the Huskies, originally in her career before transferring to Arizona led the Wildcats into the final four after being Arizona 66 53. That's her first trip to the Final four. Manners wrapped up Cactus League play with a 55 tie against Cincinnati. A Good year ballpark yesterday, so I'll open the regular season Thursday. Seven 11th pitch against San Francisco Sports at 10 40 past each hour. Tom Cutler Comma News Come on news time. 5
Houston tops Oregon State, reaches 1st Final Four since '84
"After a thirty seven year wait the Houston Cougars are going back to the final four after beating Oregon state sixty seven sixty one Houston seventeen point lead vanish from the second half as the beavers rally to tie the game at fifty five with just under four minutes remaining but the Cougars responded with a nine one run Marcus usher had five made threes and led the winners with twenty points state's best offensive threat Ethan Thompson shot only three for twelve and was held to eleven points I am mark Myers
Houston locks in on defense, beats Syracuse 62-46 in NCAAs
"Beat the Timberwolves in Minnesota 1 29 to 1 Oh, seven, and second seeded Houston headed back to the elite eight for the first time since 84. They beat 11 seeded Syracuse, 62 to 46 in the Sweet 16. They're going to face off against Oregon State with a trip. To four on the line news
Last-second miss leaves No. 15 Oral Roberts inches from March Madness history
"Thrilling finish in the south. As Arkansas comes roaring back from 12 points down, hang on to be oral Roberts 70 to 70. The Golden Eagles had a shot to win it, missing a three pointer at the buzzer that would have sent them to the final aid. Oregon State in the regional final for the first time since 1982. The team pick 12 in the Pac 12 is here takes care of loyal of Chicago, 65 to 58 holding the Ramblers too. 16 points in the first half organs that has made the final four since 1963 number one Baylor in the South. Rallies to be number five. Villanova 60 to
Beavers bound for Elite Eight with 65-58 win over Loyola
"Oregon state is reached the NC double a regional finals for the first time in thirty nine years by downing Loyola Chicago sixty five fifty eight Ethan Thompson scored twenty points including a pair of clinching free throws with thirty five seconds left worth elegy she added ten points and eleven rebounds for the twelfth seeded beavers who were picked to finish last in the pac twelve but won the conference tournament to reach the NC double a tourney the Ramblers missed twelve of their first thirteen three point attempts and scored just sixteen points by halftime all American forward Cameron great week led Loyola with fourteen points I'm Dave Ferrie
Mobley Bros. Lead Los Angeles' USC To 85-51 Rout Of Kansas,
"Tournament, the sweet 16 is now set, moving on his seventh seeded Oregon, who beat the two seed Iowa 95 80. Despite Hawkeye Start Luca Garza going for 36 points, 62. USC beat the three seed Kansas 85 to 51 11 Cedars, USC down the 14th seed Abilene Christian 67 47 Bruins make it four teams out of the Pac 12 into the sweet 16, along with USC, Oregon and Oregon State. Top seed Gonzaga is now 28 No on the season after beating eight seater Oklahoma 87 71 top seed Michigan beat eight C L s u 86 78 for the Wolverines. The only big 10 teams don't live. In the tournament started with 94, seeded Florist 85 seed Colorado 71 53 2nd seed Alabama Down the 10 seed Maryland 69 77 15 Creighton over the 13th seed Ohio 70 to 58 in the NBA. The Rocket
UCLA brushes off Abilene Christian 67-47 to reach Sweet 16
"UCLA started strongly just got better in the sixty seven forty seven route of Abilene Christian Johnny Jews and carried the eleventh seeded Bruins offense with a game high seventeen points Cody Riley added twelve points and twelve rebounds offices side is going to come naturally so as we work on all the time so we really had to step our game up defensively and once we did as a unit and we're all clean together on we're a really good team we do that the Bruins became the third school from the lightly regarded pac twelve to reach the regional semifinals following wins by Oregon state and Oregon UCLA is the first first fourteen to reach the Sweet Sixteen sincere kiss in two thousand eighteen that's also the last time the Bruins have advanced this far in the tournament I'm Dave Ferrie
March Madness recap: NCAA Tournament is off to a historic, upset-riddled start
"We are here to talk through the third full day of the two thousand twenty one. Ncaa tournament is a wild. That'll be remembered for a number one seed losing to an in state opponent and for three double digit seeds advancing to the sweet sixteen. We'll get the top seeded illinois lose loyal chicago in a bit. But i want to start with the double digits. In that one on sunday number eleven syracuse upset number three west virginia. Jim bejon against all odds is in the sweet sixteen number twelve oregon state upset number four oklahoma state wayne tinkle against all. Odds is in the sweet sixteen in number fifteen oral roberts upset number seven florida. Paul mills against all odds is in the sweet sixteen dead-leg makes sense. What in the world is going on in indiana. You want me to make sense of this. No shot and need you to make some sense. I'm not gonna make any sense of this. It's been a gloriously. Chaotic and we are knocking on the door of historic and double a. tournament so with these Upsets in addition to others. First of all eight teams from eight separate leagues are now into the sweet sixteen and with the other obviously on monday The most is that could If that could happen Also we have had so the instable a and shops the david warlock who's obviously the media coordinator of all the stuff. He tweeted this about twenty five minutes before we started podcasting so we define an upset as a team seeded five spots or more lower than their opponent we've already set the record with eleven such occurrences were midway through the second round. We have the so another way of saying that is. We're not done the second round yet. The already been eleven games in which a team separated by. At least five seed lines have seen the team lower seeded when it is history. And it's it's just wild man. I actually think we're also on pace. I haven't had time to research this but are. Cbs sports hq team is researching it. I think we are probably on pace. Because of this to have the highest collective number for all the seeds meaning like we've got fifteen in their plus a twelve and oregon state plus eight with loyal. If you get what. I'm saying like when we get to the sweet sixteen. If you add up all the seeds it's going to be the highest total we've ever had there and i can't make any sense of it. I don't know if because like if we'd had this enormous setting with fans and stuff would it be the same. No i mean every single tournament x exists unto itself. If you played this thing again you're going to have all sorts of different kinds of results but is it because it's happening in the pandemic in one location in the venues it's happening at is that allowing for more chaos. I'm i can't say that. It is and i can't say that that's not the reason so i'm loving this parish. Get enough of all of this. Although i will say Oregon state is maybe the most random and congrats to the beavers man. It's the most of sweet sixteen. Maybe ever this team was nowhere. Near the bubble it has not been relevant in its own conference for most of the past four decades and has come out of nowhere to get into the second week for the first time since one thousand nine hundred to
Overlooked Pac-12 teams making noise in NCAA Tournament
"Twelve seed Oregon state continue to shock the college basketball world when it eliminated number four Oklahoma state eighty seventy the beavers go to the Sweet Sixteen to face eight seed Loyola of Chicago which led wire to wire and defeated top seed Illinois seventy one fifty eight then there was number eleven Syracuse which took down third seed West Virginia seventy five seventy two the orange will take on second seed Houston which held off Rutgers sixty three sixty I'm Bruce Morton
21-car crash near Wilsonville, Oregon, stalls traffic on I-5
"More than 20 cars were involved in a crash on Interstate five New Wilsonville, Oregon Saturday afternoon. Wilsonville is about 17 miles south of Portland, according to Oregon State police. The trash traffic collision blocked all North bound lanes for roughly an hour before authorities were able to clear one lane to let other cars pass and trouble. 21 cars were involved. Investigators are saying they believe only minor injuries were
Update on the latest sports
"Eleven seed Syracuse asserted itself in the first half and held on to upset number six San Diego state seventy eight sixty two meanwhile number twelve Oregon state picked by conference coaches to finish last in the pac twelve shocked fifth seed Tennessee seventy fifty six no upset in the game between thirteenth seed liberty and fourth seed Oklahoma state but the cowboys did have to overcome a three point halftime deficit to prevail sixty nine sixty other Friday winners were Houston and top seed Illinois I'm Bruce Morton
The Latest: 12th-seeded Oregon State upsets No. 5 Tennessee
"Yes you double a tournament south regions afternoon games featured a lopsided win by a top seed a victory by a former Cinderella and the familiar twelve over five seed upset the region's top team Illinois ran away with a seventy eight forty nine victory over Drexel as for fighting Illini starter scored in double figures Illinois next place eight seed Loyola Chicago on Sunday three years after making the final for the Ramblers top Georgia tech seventy one sixty an Oregon state picked up its first NC double a tournament win in thirty nine years up setting five seed Tennessee seventy to fifty six I'm Josh Rowntree
No. 13 Texas Beats No. 12 Oklahoma St For First Big 12 Title
"Wants the Big East question creating 73 48. The eighth seeded Toya's advanced the NCWO treatment for the first time since 2015. Georgia Tech wins the A C C title within 80 75 win over Florida State. Texas captures the Big 12 championship defeated Oklahoma State 91 86. Oregon State holds off Colorado 70 68 to win the Pac 12 SEC semifinals. Alabama over Tennessee 73 68 L S. U B s Arkansas 78 70. On
Rick Pitino is back in the NCAA Tournament – with the Iona Gaels
"College. Basketball is where we start guys. Oregon state the fifth st seed with an improbable run in the pac twelve. Thirty as they roll in a win the conference championship game for the first time. Ever in program mystery this time against colorado seventy to sixty eight worry lt shea. The big man for the beavers winning the pac twelve tournament. Mvp josh pastor and his infamous face. Shield leading georgia tech to its first. Acc tournament championships title since nineteen ninety three after emasculating. Florida state eighty to seventy five. Rick pitino guiding iona to the ncaa turney winning the metro. Atlantic athletic conference tournaments and his gaels did not play a game from december. Twenty third all the way through february twelfth because of covid nineteen flare ups.
"oregon state" Discussed on 600 WREC
"A lot of people. Most people still staying home and working from home so Kind of a ghost found downtown. You're Portland isn't alone. And in that respect, Uh, do you see people beginning to go back to our business? For example? What right now is the status of restaurants. Are they open on Lee for Carrie up and people eat inside. You know the carrot carry out delivery, even for Washington State, and for Oregon State. Indoor dining is still something that we long for. Yeah, well, listen, we're here in the New York area where Mary already is up in Saint Paul. And you know, they're saying what Maybe you'll have indoor dining again by Valentine's Day. I love that and it's cold and snowy. So it's it's nice to meet outside in the cold and snow. Anyway, We've got out that a minute half with left, and I want to ask each of you will go in in the same order s O Rob than Eric And then Chris. Any message you might have for the country you want to share the floor is yours. Well, one of the great things If you come to the Missouri area is definitely try. Tol. If you're not into doing a big city thing, definitely try places like Sedalia and warrants. Burgers. Great town great downtown. Great hotels and lots to do with a little less of a big crowd. All right, Eric. We have history. We have hiking work the very end of the Appalachian Mountains, some incredible views, even though it was not the highest peace. We have live music coming back slowly and socially distant in the spring and summer, And we're, of course, a huge catch hub. We have the second largest research park in the country course. Just in the news. We're going to be the home of Space Force US Command. Yes, you are going to be that Chris real quick up there by Mount Hood. Mount Hood is open. You can speed hotels.
"oregon state" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Places this'd is Oregon State Beaver basketball. The tip is moments away now toe Course I The Arizona Wildcats control the opening tip and go to work. Thanks for joining us A. Kinjo the transfer from Georgetown to Christian Bolocco at the free throw line. Out of Terrell Brown junior transfer from Seattle. You puts up an air ball beams. Try to dig it out, but hitting the deck on what should be a 32nd shot clock violation. Two players for the Beavers. Maurice Kalu and diving onto the floor for the Arizona Wildcats is foolish to Bela's 6 11 to 45 of freshman from Vilnius, Lithuania. And the Beavers either will have the basketball on a held ball or perhaps a shot clock violation. But we have a moment now, with the officials coming over to the scorer's table to take a look at the Wild action at the end of Arizona's first possession, which should result in the Beavers having possession the officials tonight by the way, Verne Harris, Kevin Brill tossed the ball upto open. The games were in Harris, Kevin Brill. And Bill Vidovic and as the coaches get an impromptu time out 45 seconds into the game that gives us an opportunity to pause and let all of our network stations identify themselves. There's Thursday night of Gill Coliseum. Let's pause, 10 seconds. For station identification is it may not be Tuesday, but it's still the perfect night for tacos. So grab some old up Hasso standard stuff, taco shells and portables. Older passes, flat bottom shelves and bulls stand in place, so they're easier to hold Phil and eat perfect for big.
"oregon state" Discussed on KGO 810
"The road at Oregon State by the final 73 to 64 well, the halftime lead of 10 points where bears fans were feeling good evaporated in Oregon State. Place better in the second half. And the Bears little trouble in valuing the ball in second half and Morgan stayed at home. How you knew they'd make run? They did, and they end up the victor here this afternoon. I think Oregon State two things one. They increase the defense of intensity and without Matt Bradley. They had fewer guys that they had to defend, which meant they could shade off certain guys. I think that was one key. And the other key is Oregon State. In a much better job of running offense is scoring. I mean, In the second half. They end up with what 47 points. Is that right? 40 47. That's a that's A. That's a monster half for Oregon State, a team In my opinion will struggle offensively this year. 47 points. And, of course, one glaring statistic that will haunt the bears. And this one is the fact they go 14 of 28 at the free throw line in a nine point game. And again they missed him. Times during the game, where they could have extended leads. And then it got down to the end. Oregon State just executed better and in a drought for the Bears, you know no field goals last 3 22. So it gets tough, You know, on the road, it's tough when you fall behind, especially when you have a late if you feel it evaporate. And then you fall behind a little bit little bit more. And you know, then sometimes if you don't have, you know Senior Laden teams. A lot of veterans. You know how to settle things down. Things start to go South and was the case for the Bears here this afternoon where they falls, Oregon State on the road, 73 to 64. We're back with more. The post game show. This is CAL basketball driven by your Northern California Toyota dealers from Lear Field, AMG College. Bears fans rich Shalini here for ups. Your customers want more from your business. You've got to make more happen, whether they're in Berkeley or on the.
"oregon state" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"The content of this advertising not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. Www dot senate Leadership fund dot or g'kar. North Georgia's news talk W D you in 26 after this is America in the morning, Oregon lawmakers met in a closed special session Monday to discuss the Corona virus pandemic, but is Jeff McKay reports arrests were made when protesters broke into the state House. Attention. This is the organ state police. That was the Oregon State police, who responded after a large group of about 300 people gathered at the Oregon State Houses Salem for a reopened Oregon rally. They were protesting coronavirus lockdown restrictions, and while it started out peaceful, the Nonviolence turned violent when at least two men broke the glass on a door leading into the statehouse and others joined them and gained access. Inside. That smaller group was met by police. Arrests were made after one protester, really Is to chemical agent which was later identified as bear spray onto the officers. Police then released pepper balls and forced the demonstrators out of the building. In all, four people were arrested on trespassing charges, but one of those individuals faces charges of assaulting a police officer. The Oregon Legislature was called into special session by Governor Kate Brown to discuss the current lockdowns, the state wide pandemic relief and vaccine distribution. I'm Jeff McKay. Postal Service Delays could cause millions of Christmas presents to arrive late and correspondent Clayton Nevil tells us the Corona virus pandemic he is partially to blame. About 19,000 of 644,000. Postal workers have called in sick or are isolating because of cove in 19 that, according to the American Postal Workers Union, Scanning the Internet for that coveted toy or trending Elektronik, proving to be more frustrating than a typical holiday season, with delivery times slow and packages stacking up in some postal facilities. This among higher than normal volumes of online ordering and the continued impact of a cost cutting program launched by the postmaster general, while the kiddos are counting down the days to Christmas Many parents and other Americans sweating it out is they nervously refresh the delivery date on their websites and APS. I'm Clayton level. America in the morning for Tuesday, December 22nd 2020 is produced by Jeff McKay senior producer Kevin Delaney. I'm John Trout Westwood one..
"oregon state" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"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.
"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.
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"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 News Radio 1190 KEX
"Of the Oregon state beavers now Kate to whether I dry start for you on Thursday but it won't last long a brand new cold front moves across the Pacific Northwest beginning late morning into the afternoon hours on Thursday we'll see rain throughout much of the area south winds about five to fifteen miles an hour and that means daytime highs in the mid fifties now still in the cascades about seven thousand feet okay two meter on the state's Lasky watch Brian wood and sort of Thorton weekdays on K. two news this morning I know this is the is where you she's she was.
"oregon state" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"There's certainly no amount too big. But we would love to have your support to help the big impact continue going in our. Efforts to inject positive content into a culture that desperately needs positive content. Okay. With those favors being asked. Let's now enjoy our conversation with Detroit tiger pitcher Matt Boyd, and you can hear the heart of a professional athlete who really wants to make a difference. If you have become weary of what seems like a culture, that's entirely centered on politics and scandal in divisive. This got some good news for you in the course of the next few moments. You're going to meet a young man with a great story to tell and a great heart to back it up. I had a chance to meet him briefly a couple of days ago when I was in Florida playing in the Detroit Tigers annual spring training golf outing and someone introduced me to Matt Boyd pitcher for the Tigers. And then I started to learn even more about what drives this guy, and it's not just. Strikeouts. There's a lot more to the story. So with that let me welcome mat? Void under the big impact. How are you, sir? I'm great just down here in a beautiful, Florida and the warmth, and you know, just really grateful. You have me on the night. Well, we know we have listeners all around the country. Some of them are in warm weather, but many of them are not like me. So we don't we don't want. You. Rub Annette in on us. I law. I won't talk about that. Hey, how does how does the the young man who grows up in Washington state make his way to the major leagues when did all of this start to to click together where you baseball brat from the very beginning. Yeah. You know? I was I grew up my dad my dad had a love for the game. And he showed that loveless me, you know, he he played through college. But that was about it. And it just you know, he should that love with me. I just haven't member him playing slow pitch softball younger and go into the field with him throwing the ball with him with, you know, with his buddy, you know, my my bag always accompanied his, and I just I just loved it. And it was it was awesome. And you know, ever since I was a ever since I was a little kid just, you know, constantly constantly playing constantly just being around. Baseball and from wiffle ball in the backyard anywhere in between literally games. You know? I just always play ball by dad was always my coach and all the way up until I went to college Oregon state, and then, you know, from Oregon state, it was it was drafted by the Blue Jays, and you know, years and trade later on minutae years in a format couldn't be more grateful Ives reading a little bit about your background in. I have the the facts. Correct. I think you were drafted in decided not to sign right then because in baseball, they can come after you and your quite young. And maybe not ready to make that commitment was was that the case for you. Yeah. You know, I was contacted by a lot of clubs in high school. But I think that was my commitments Oregon state, you know, my parents, you know, having a college degree was paramount for my parents, you know, in raising me, so it would really take a lot to give me out of that. And. Still would have to go back to agree at some point. So people knew the new the importance of that to me, and I think I just wasn't drafted out of high school, even though I had interest, and they weren't gonna even waste the draft pick on me sort of thing. And then you know, when junior year came around I was drafted again by the Cincinnati Reds. And and I think the twelfth thirteenth round. And you know, just became clear to me that God was leading me other places and he wanted me to go back to school. And I'm so glad he did. Because so many things happened that senior year. Thought few teammates come to Christ that year, we wanna Pac twelve championship. We went to college World Series took third. I started for the first time I call his career. And most importantly, I got to meet my wife that year. Pretty clear. It was a pretty good year. Not to mention all those drafted. Save sounds higher by the Toronto Blue Jays. So I just had a had an awesome opportunity and that and I'm so grateful to happen. The way that. I'm always fascinated to learn about what makes an athlete a professional athlete tick in CLYDE often. I think that answers found back when they were still at home and under the influence of hopefully, mom and dad, I know that quite often. That's not the case. It sounds like you had a wonderfully close relationship with family that maybe you can speak to this. Maybe they helped you put into perspective of the offer of a lot of money that could have lured you away from the things that you really wanted to do. I've never been in that position to have somebody offering five six figures if all sign a contract how was that? Was that a struggle for you? You know, never really was. You know, I knew the importance of what college review of Maine to me has compared to what not having one would be baseball never worked out. So you know, I wanted I wanted to go to school, and I wanted to, you know, at the time I wanted to be in construction engineer, and like, my parents work, and you know, I want to play baseball. But I knew that the two hand in hand. So, you know, with that in mind, it was it was not as some people were you know, it was not a huge and wheel. I that poll that you're wasn't you know, as strong and also I asked them to a lot of people that have been in the minor leagues without without going to college. And I knew how tough that would be. And I was I was so grateful that people were honest with me, and they said, you know, if you wanna do this go to school, then do it because you'll be prepared in an abundance away. About well, along with the I guess the the social and the personal growth that comes as your in the minor leagues. And you're learning the system and all of that. I'm wondering how an who came along to help develop your skills because as good as you might have been in high school. I have to think there was a sizeable leap when you got to college and an even bigger leap in talent level when you got to the big leagues. Yeah. Definitely. The list goes on and on. My dad was always my coach he taught me how to pitch he taught me how to hit. And it was so grateful to that Email. It's something that we shared. You know means summer ball and high school ball up until I went to Oregon state, and you know, there are a lot of people at Oregon state in on the way in high school, you know, such as Dave Wayne house and Bill stuff. Lots of various coaches at Hollywood helped me with my different degrees of my my game. And. You know in college Nate. Yes, keep Bailey, you know, Pat, Casey, mardi lease and all these guys had influential may develop my game. I mean package she was huge in my character net. Yes. He was amazing the pitching coach at Oregon state. And he really I mean it. Yes, he. Not only really brought in my horizons without Hitchings. He he helped me understand the game within the game. How to you know, attack hitters how to work with what you rolling with that day about how the mentality of us. You know, if you give up five runs you back out there, you don't give up another run. You know, you don't know what run is gonna win Eliza ballgame and little things like that that still resonate with me. And you know, everything to say it was about competing, and you know, everyone's had a little chip in getting me where I am today. I mean, I've had I've had four pitching five pitching coaches in the big leagues. And, you know, just in my, you know, parts of five seasons and they've all been influential working with me. In one capacity or another, you know and Ricky innocent has been huge pitching coach and just help me get better and better every single single day. Just keeping me new knowledge and helping me see things in a different perspective. Help me get better. So I'm I'm a product of the people around me including my teammates and Mets. And and you know, it's definitely divine power. How it's come about. Was it always pitching for you? Or in the early days. Did you have interest in other parts of baseball other positions? I hit I hit actually all the way up until my sophomore year of college. My first appearance in college actually was a a sacrifice a game winning sacked fly at university of Hawaii on my in my in my freshman year. No, he's still remember that pretty well. Don't you? Definitely, you know, I it was a a home run in college. And you know, I definitely did a lot with that. And it was kind of by necessity for my team that focused more on pitching not as much of a a skill disparity. So, you know, I I love hittings. Well, do you wish you were still able to do it? You know, if there was not a D H or fewer the National League, would you readily run up to the plate with the bat. Oh, I would love to you know, what I mean. My I I saw in the big league with single. So I'd like I'd like to think I can..