31 Burst results for "Pepperdine"
No. 1 Gonzaga overcomes slow start, beats Pepperdine 97-75
"True to me had nineteen points and was one of six Gonzaga players to score in double figures as the top ranked Bulldogs routed pepper dine ninety seven seventy five internet market marked the bench finished with seventeen points and eight assists Corey Kispert scored sixteen never cook had a career high fifteen for the zags whenever I get my opportunity and up the gonna take home and you know the causes that they trust me tonight to go out and do that so you know when they gave me the opportunity to take advantage of it and jumped out to a fifteen seven lead before Gonzaga took control with a twenty wanted to run it's the second time this season the Bulldogs have had six or more players score in double figures I'm the very
No. 1 Gonzaga beats Pepperdine 95-70, runs win streak to 17
"The number one ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs faced a first half challenge but assume control after the break the posting ninety five seventy one of the pepper dine ways Corey Kispert led all scorers with twenty three points as consecutive only four points at intermission we got the fast break going in the second half Tammy scored twenty points will do well a ID and Jaylen sucks at nineteen and eighteen points respectively as four Bulldogs scored in double figures the team shot sixty one percent from the field after the break the wind up guns I guess record of thirteen and on the season and a seventeen game win streak overall I'm Jim Bernard
"pepperdine" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
"I'm going to go here. I'm going to try and get some matches. And then we're going to give it a year. See trying to make the breakthrough to the pro tour. What happened once? You Pepperdine? Yes, so. Like I said like when I was seventeen hours just outside the top one hundred and the juniors. If you'd asked me then if I was going to college I, said absolutely no chance. The pro- the problem was. Right the beginning of my final year of Genius I got a stress fracture in my lower back and it, it took out the entire year of tennis, and it was at that point when I was like okay. Yeah, maybe I should go to college for a year or two kind of slowly. Get my tennis back into I. can play some matches. I didn't I didn't respect the level of of college tennis enough at the time, I was probably thinking. Yeah, just go in just a few matches. Get it back and then go pro. The. It's a difficult one because. Like like I said why went to pepperdine was the immediate matches that I play? If I look back, for should've gone to Texas use the first semester to learn about college. Learn about how how to actually study and pretend because I'd spent the last kind of four or five years doing homeschool online school, so that was a difficult transition of nine, you know. I'm in touch lectures taking classes. I was little bit cheese. How do I study for this? Yeah, I can imagine it'd be tough yet. My tennis then was taking a hit because I was so stressed with the schoolwork. And that was when if I look back, I'm not saying 'cause. I don't regret pipeline to me like if I do that again. Pepperdine I loved every second of it, but maybe if I sat out for six months trains and learned how to do all these tennis could have helped me more. Yeah Astra. The I was I was very naive, going into college and what the metal was like I kind of assumed I would go in, and even though I'd been injured for a while to our words immediately, come in, make an impact, and then I pray for year two, and then get back on the futures tour, because still in my mind. I was thinking if you WanNa make, you can't make it by going to college and that opinions of the change now for you, it's it's changed, but it also hasn't changed.
Interview with Coach of WTA Top 20 Maria Sakkari
"Welcome to a milestone episode fifty of the Functional Tennis podcast. I'm Fabio Molly your host and this week we are speaking to one of the youngest coaches. The youngest coach on the professional tour Tom Hale. Tom Is the current coach of the Greek Maria, Sakari who is currently twenty in the world. Tom Tells all about his early days of tennis with his family relocated to IMG in Florida from the UK about training at IMG, and then onto his college scholarship pepperdine on eventually moving into the coach. Coach and world and how he got into coaching world. It's a fascinating fun story, and it's great to get inside the head of pro. Tour coaches before we get started especial thanks to our PODCAST, sponsors head who make our favorite rackets here at functional tennis okay. Here we go. Let's hear Tom. Story Hi Tom. Welcome to the functional tennis podcast. Thank you for having me. Great Avenue Board couch to speak to learn a bit of orbit. You have your such a young coach working with some. Some great players so tell before we get started. How has locked and being for you? Do you work with Maria carry has stopped being the communication on what she's working on. And all that side tanks. Yes, so I've honestly lost track of the days of what exactly I actually went into lockdown. As soon as I flew back from Indian wealth. That was a little bit before the official down in the UK. so I've been in lockdown for a while from Maria I think Greece. Greece Osa went into lockdown at around the same time as the UK it was only around two weeks ago where she actually started practicing again so I'd say kind of the way I was. It was more just kind of motivation for the last eight weeks and I know everyone's kind of going through the same Maria like. Let's just kind of take it one day at a time. We don't know when the toll is GONNA be returning Trans Focus on fitness home workouts. Do some sort of. The strategic videos things like that, but it's also. It's very difficult. I think at the same time mostly. Just having rest is good. I think players can get burnt out in the season so I honestly feel like the rest is perfectly fine. Marie actually started training again a couple of weeks ago. So now I'm not able to more of a tennis coach. You know planning the practices. In the UK I get out degrees to to help the. We have a hitting. You just kind of running through the program that I'm setting hone I. Think the a soon as she's been able to get back on court. Motivation is obviously increasing. It's still difficult because I. Don't think anybody has any idea of when tournaments are going to return. It's a tough tough times. Everyone the I think the fact that she's on call is is definitely helping as the, neither it's I've just been doing some homework outs some fitness trying to work on like a few little side projects that to be honest. I'm enjoying the timing because. Because my family because I'm on the road last last year on the road for forty two weeks in the year, so just to be able to spend more than two weeks in a row. My family I'm really trying to like make the most of that. Twelve forty two weeks is a lot and plus we're going to just talk a bit about your younger days. How you got into tennis moves to states. You've been away from your family for a long time. Now he has an factually I was I went to Orange Jakarta me when I was ten Ashleigh my family moved out with me, so I was within to. My family sacrificed lots in a even, though has kind of been all around the world. They have been with me. Notice the time. It's only really kind of skin since university when I went to tech when I kind of been a little bit more on my own. So the kind of it's kind of been kind the last I'd say seven years when I kind of maybe had a week with my parents here two weeks task three weeks like three weeks is like Tracy's, and that's like. The off season period. That's the most I get. That I'd say when I was like a junior and playing. I was lucky that my parents sacrificed law and Wherever I was training they. Relocated stop plays the that of makes it a lot easier when you relocate halfway across the world. What was it like moved? ten-year-old of IMG was like you just like I just WanNa be a pro tennis player and I need to be here. Was that decision you made? You told your parents I need to get over there or was that something that they came to you with the kind of good question. Because I remember when I was younger, I was always debating between a full tennis, I was very good. And I I remember having a fight with my my code because I like to play up front score. The goals kind of be like you know the one everybody loves. To strike exactly, and and then he we had some some problem in defense and I had play one game as a defender. Although it's a crew school position in football. US to to a ten year old. I'm just kind of just the back. Just waging I had I was playing on a very good team so I actually didn't have to do too much and I wanted to be kind of Indiaction, so that kind of slowly lost my. With the football, the sport I was playing at the time was also tennis and. I remember I would have problems of my school. They wouldn't allow me enough time to to go out to school to practice my tennis play football and I got kind of a stage I was dying to take. My parents actually really enjoy tennis I. I would love to try and become a professional, and I think my parents they. I, mean they. They battled with the schools to try and see if they could get me an extra hour alto, instead of doing he at school I could go, and do you know get some tennis lessons and it just? It proved to be too difficult. At the club that I was training at. K., Salahuddin at the time I'd actually been on a few camps to I N G Academy in Florida with the Celada and kind of junior program about ten fifteen years ago, there was some you know great. Junior junior players in the Birmingham area and I I just kind of under that kind of saints. My parents would be amazing if I could go train. IMG tennis would be so much better. and you know my parents took massive sacrifice, and and you know they let me. They gave me an opportunity to go and do it, and honestly it was the best decision. I made some tennis around that age at ten years old.
"pepperdine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"pepperdine" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"I'm Mark lack on Business Rockstars Taylor. Walkers joining us, he is the co founder of earth encounters Taylor pleasure to have you tell us. What is your company do? So I run a gaming company car counters, so board games educational board games. And right now, we're Swiss it online, and that's what we do. How did you get into the gaming space, especially these are just straight up boardgames straight games? This is just as one though, we don't want to take it to phase two is really random because I came from the ethic space, I played basketball in college and got into the board games. My dad came with original idea nineteen eighty nine before I was even born because we played trigger pursuit one night and didn't take anything away from it. So he wanted to create a platform where people can come together and discuss like real life issues that are cut people. And so after I got gun to the NBA program. I wanted a way to kind of like, my entrepreneurs goes to work. And so I created. Help create this physical product. So gimme contextual example, we bust open the box, which we're actually going to do a little bit open loop here. We're going to bring the box out where it talked about it. Give me an example what happens opened up the game? So you opened up the game. And you have a choice of playing to earn ever choice of either answering QNA question or thought experiment and thought experience will be like what changed the world more paper, plastic and why and so there's no right or wrong answer to these questions. But there setups over people can work on their logical reasoning skills. And yeah, there's also stuff that's about civics history. Personnel. Personnel, finance, and so does ask for just trying to teach people how to beat that become better citizen. I love that. And you said that you were in sports before you got into this. But was there something in between? I created a company called athletes athletes. It was a company designed to help athletes who were participating in division. One sports who also needed to prepare for the real world. And so a lot of these allow everybody they're going. Professional athletes. And so I wanted to teach them how to create a resume how to create a cover letter how to talk to recruiters and stuff like that. And so the lesson I learned was we as athletes at group, we weren't really educated in that spirit. So I wanted to create a platform for us to how did I go because I actually we started LMU Brennan Pepperdine university face with the private schools. Exactly, exactly. And we started. And then we actually started branching out some more high schoolers and stuff like that. But we wanna we started with just basketball, and we branched out to all different sports, golf, tennis soccer, and it turned out really well nice. What ended up happening with that? Because a lot of times people will be like I like to know for the sake of myself and for everybody listening did that the pollution of an entrepreneur. Did that something that you sold? Was it something that you just ended up stop doing? Partners. I kind of just. Exit from that. Because I just wanted to work on other things had a lot of stuff going on my dad had the board game. So I wanted to transition to that. But to my partners are still doing it on campus, and it's still going well, and so it's more of like a way of giving back, very cool. And what was the hardest part about getting started. Now with that business with earth counters wasn't raising money raising money to kickstart around. And we didn't really all me personally. I didn't know anything about crowd funding. And so it was just me. And I wanted to figure out what's the best way to, you know, see if this is going to be a sticky product people really pick this up and so kicks out. It was the way to go for us. And it was a learning experience. I like learn everything from manufacturing to putting gather PR campaign all by myself. And so the mount of time it took to like, really educate. Those specs was the most challenges executing it alone difficult, but the learning. Curves. What something that you would advise those people out there that are either about to start their Kickstarter campaign or in the middle of it or thinking, I've got an idea that would be good Kickstarter? Now that you've been through it your first time, obviously, you've probably learned some pretty good things that can help somebody out. So what would those be preparation is the most important thing? No, you think three months or six months you were saying hopefully, maybe a year. I would say like maybe a year. Start planning it out making sure that you have your right team making sure, you know, what kind of reward you're be giving out making sure that you put together tragedy for your video because the video is one of the most important things from visual standpoint. The first thing that people see I was thinking, I would think those are things that people would really need to focus on and also just knowing your industry because every single industry within the Kickstarter realm joy specifically to Kickstarter, but everything within that realm is pretty much different. So we had to certain strategy for for clothing different strategy for technologies different strategy. So just knowing which which space that you follow starting today preparation and also with the preparation is whatever time, you think is gonna take in your case, right? Six months. Probably wanna have w time co-founder of urban counters. Joining us Taylor Walker. We're here to inspire inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs. I'm Mark lack on Business Rockstars have you had mentors growing up. Coaches if you're in sports had great coach. Looking because my mentors are in sports were also very successful in the business space, which I feel exactly so one of my mentors. His name is. She did everything for real estate to starting an herb Erbil company, and he's doing really well with that. And so he's kind of taught me and facilitated like what I should be doing at this point in my life, and my twenties now how I should be approaching live approaching business than just learning from him has been so inspirational advice for the mentor. That's obviously invaluable what did vice as your own mentor to your younger, self happy. Always say don't be so hard on yourself because I just I, you know, success very linear thought that everything if I do this. This is the consequence for that. But typically that never really go according to plan and so just being able to do with that adversity getting to like stressed out or too negative. I think that would be one of the things out after teach myself just patients, I'm beginning entrepreneur gonna spying entrepreneur. Maybe I'm in my first year thinking about getting started in cutting the cord what are maybe three or four traits. I need to know. As I'm getting started on my journey looted. I would say one is execution when you're just starting out. There's a plethora of things that you have to do, and I would just say attacking one one by one chunk down and take action down make a list of to do list. I would definitely say same positive like I mentioned before. I would also say how strong resolve there's going to be times where people were not gonna ways the receptors to which you have to say product your idea and just being able to just see the vision and push through that the backlash. I think that would be a. One of the most important things. I would actually move that to the top of a strong resolve. And then lastly. Try to see the value that your product brings. And then I would try to just go on ad which is huge because most people are making the mistake of asking I asking for the money before giving the Roddick which delivers value or creating a product just for the money, actually, add value to somebody's lives. It will go a long way people can never underestimate the power award of mouth. And so by adding creating value for people, I think that gives them more of us into, you know, which is which is invaluable advice because nowadays the people in the companies that are just trying to sell their products. Standard chance against the companies that are selling education, transparency empathy tribe community, adding value, I more adding so much value that inevitably buying the product comes up. We'll be right back with Taylor Walker. 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"pepperdine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Things change first of all that had didn't fit me. We had a cut a slashing it to get it over my big damn head shocked that looked right. There's a lot of brains in here. I know it's it's but also. Yeah. Things change. I'm a young kid. Okay. So I asked people to take that into account David cut cliff who was recruiting me at Tennessee. He went to become the head coach all miss right before I really committed this NFC, and I was never comfortable with that. It's getting ready to commit. I was going to say Tennessee was my squad. He leaves to become the head coach at ole miss, and I still went ahead with it. But I was really doubting because he was the reason I was going to the university of Tennessee he had just coach Peyton Manning. Who was also a son of an ex NFL quarterback. So I just thought. Wow. This is the perfect fit for me in the perfect spot when he left. Yeah. I reevaluated, and I don't think my dad's still forgiven me. He's still like I had no problem with Tennessee. I don't know why you just didn't stay there. Well, and and this is all being brought up again because we're in the midst of pro day workout season, where coaches and scouts go from campus to campus. It was Alabama yesterday. It's a highest state today. We talked a little bit about Alabama highest state as football programs whether or not you want your kid to play there. So today for the draft we are doing where would you want your kid to play college football? Phil Simms wanted crispy at Tennessee. Chris gave big fill the big middle finger gave the big the big middle finger is right. It's right. So let's let's do it guys since there's three of its let's let's be gentlemanly here. I'll defer to either review one of you can take the first pick. And we'll go from there. You take the first pick because I read this wrong. And I thought we were picking where you want your kid to play college basketball because the tournament starts tomorrow. I thought we talk spoke talking. The only week of the year the relevant look over your shoulder. Mike Pepperdine is a great pick. Okay. You go. Go. I wanna go. All right. So well, the only determining factor is where do you want your kid to go play college football? Okay. I'm starting out with a well. Well, rounded school. Okay. I'm going to sound like a Homer with this one Notre Dame. That's what I want my kid to go to school. Southbound I know offensive south bend. But I mean, there's never been the sun is never shown. That's all been there. And I've seen the sun shines on work for. So I know I sound like a total Homer here. I also want to say to you his south bend point, though, what he's saying is. I don't my kids not going to get into a whole lot of trouble there. Okay. So I do like that. Okay. There's not a lot of avenues Jimmy Clausen shot in a bar fighting. That's about all you're gonna do is get in a bar fight and stop that. So I like that. Okay. First of all the tradition of that football team. The tradition. Everything that that school has. But hey, I sit on the field every week for NBC and go oh my gosh. New rock news here. Tim brown. Monsieur Joe Montana was here. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. This is all due respect, Tim Brown. There's a hell of a gap between Knut Rockne and Tim Brown. Well, again, there's a hell of a lot of years, but they're both icons of Notre Dame. Tim Brown won the Heisman for the Notre Dame fighting Irish. But yes, I think with that. I just look at the okay, you're on national TV every game you play. And when you get done with playing football men. Are you going to have the Notre Dame connections to fall back on? That's why I go Notre Dame. Okay. Well, why didn't you go there? Chris because I just didn't wasn't the right fit for me at the time. Offense wasn't good. That was really my biggest issue. Yeah. Interesting. Okay. Nothing to do with those academic requirements. Have been fine. Football. Like, I said Pepperdine was a great pick. I'll start with LSU the greatest stadium to play in on a Saturday night death valley and a Saturday night the loudest stadium, right? You have the mystique of down on the by you. If you become a legend at LSU, you're a legend for life that school matters. The student body matter like like football. Matterson banners at that school. It all is like bigger than life. And yeah, there are pipeline the NFL guys every single year the, you know, drafted people. Or would we got here two thousand nineteen recruiting look ranked number three on the best coach you could ever ask for best mentor. You could ever ask for studs in the NFL a tiger. I just recruited for LSU. Tigers. What's amazing about LSU, Mike before you pick is just how many I mean how many good team? I mean, they had Odell Beckham junior. Yeah. Jarvis Landry, Zach Benton Berg, Jeremy hill. All these stars. They've had so many. They they have one of the most impressive alumni in the NFL, right? Yes. Out of any ship trophy. And and the food the food. Yeah. You roll the food in there. And listen, if you've never been Mike have you ever been a death valley on Saturday night? I've never been. I did it this past year for the first time. It's a life changing. Honestly in dead truth. It is the loudest stadium. I've ever been in. It has not even close and they're the Tigers. And you're in the Tigers. Yeah. Exactly. Mike tigar? Well for me for my first pick. I have to be loyal to my roots. And you may think I'm going to say West Virginia university, but I was born in the state of Ohio, and I have been to the Ohio stadium on multiple occasions. That is the place to be that is the program to be a part of. And the best part is urban Meyer is not there anymore. So I can feel good about letting my kid go and be an Ohio State Buckeye. This is an easy one for me one of the preeminent programs in the entire country. They're going to be fine moving forward with whoever their coaches now. I'd have to look it up. Ryan day is that it or is it Brian debut? Bryan. Ryan. Got hurt times close enough. But. Yeah. Ohio State final answer. Yeah. I got you there. I mean, that's certainly one of the storied programs in the history of on fire recently. I mean, come on what they're what they've been doing. Okay. That's good picks. My my kids are just going to be more well rounded than your kids are I just know that my next Nick, I'm going to university of Michigan. Yeah. Another school. It's not just hey football is king. We know about that. Okay. But it's more. There's more to live than football my connections. The Michigan business school Stephen Ross. I believe his name is on that business school the owner of the Miami Dolphins. But I just look at the way is that a good thing. It is a good thing. The only negative about Michigan. And if my kid is young so he's not going to college right now is Jim Harbaugh. You know, I don't like Jim Harbaugh. He's a jerk. Yes. But I'm just saying. The big cat. He was mean to Chris once sorry. Yeah. Whatever he was up there. I am tough tough toughen up. Yeah. Well, either way. No, I don't like a lot of people jerks. But he is a good football. Coach I understand that. He does try to raise some well rounded individuals when they're in their program. I mean, they were like the kings of field trips there for a few years when he first took over they were going to Rome and doing all that kind of crap. But Michigan, hey, then winningest college program in the history of college football. Oh. The song. Kidding me? Victor you guys. These are terrible pass some lifestyle picks. That's why USC is my next pick. And that's easiest picking the drought. You'll live in LA, you're in southern California. Guess what? Yeah. USC matters more than the NFL team there people care about two things they care about the Lakers. If Kobe is playing right. And they care about the USC Trojans. You get to beat up on the Pac twelve you get to beat up on Washington state and Arizona state, and guess what you get to go. Hang out with snoop Dogg. You get all the LA connection. Right. And you're a Trojan for life. Yes. I think and then you go to the NFL and realize you're not as the biggest star Carrie now. Who cares? You get paid paid money USC. That's the easy choice. I'm shocked that it was still on the board here, and that's fine. But how in the hell is Alabama still on the board? I'm going to Alabama. I'm not hesitating here guys. I mean, look, I I think Nick Sabin is you he's a little bit wound too tightly. But he's he's a hell of a football coach, right? He's going to get the they all are. We'll see that the Nick Sabin might be wound a little tight. I think I think we can go there. But. And you get some straight little Debbie cakes when you're hanging around Nick Sabin. And you look at all the guys in the NFL. They're definitely going to sign you in Washington. Their current goal is to sign every possible Alabama player that they can. So there's gonna be a market for you. After college football. The question is do they want you? Because if they weren't you. I guess that's what it comes down to if they want you then you want them because they can pick anybody they want. And if you're good enough to be on Alabama's radar then that's the place to go hard hard to argue with that. I mean, that's a special place, especially here like in recent history. I mean, this is the greatest coach in the history of college football doing special special things. I mean, one thing we've been able to talk about since he took over at Alabama is just been we can pretty much expect Alabama's gonna be in the conversation for the national championship very late into the year. It's amazing really the what he's got going on there. Okay. This is where this ends. And I win the draft. I'm going with my alma mater here. I mean, you guys left Texas the richest school in the. Nation available. The place the football program that makes more money than any other football program and all of NCAA gives and gives it all of their players is that why that's relevant big bags of cash baby. No. That's not true. Don't start an investigation names. Yeah. They do. One thousand four that's I don't know about that. They do dare you. This Texas is getting their Tennessee ball. I think. How dare you speak this blast? Great city. Austin Texas you've been down. Yeah. Keep keep Austin weird. Right Boston where you could have a lot of fun. Okay. Not only in the city the campus. Beautiful again, another top notch business law school. I mean, and then you have a place where to what big cat said about USC, very true about Texas in Austin. I mean, Texas is king you're treated like you're a professional football player. And you does as a professional football player. Get you are as a college football player gets you ready for the professional football microscope that you might be under because you get used to that Texas. But this one's over. I one just pack it up. Right. I'll go quick autonomous. Miami. Is the easy answer. You probably will get paid to go to Miami. As college kid and also get paid after when you go to the NFL great pipeline, it's Miami. And who wouldn't want to be a hurricane? Notre dame. Yeah. Like, I one is so easy. You put this. Now, I'm wondering at right now with my final pick. And I knew none of you guys were going to do this. Give me the United States naval academy for my last tax. Entering let let me tell you. Yes. There's purity in this because this isn't part of the college football machine, which is inherently corrupt with all the money that flows in. Plus, plus, it's Annapolis is spectacular..
"pepperdine" Discussed on KOMO
"To find a person in these critical situations. Adam Kaplan, CEO software firm edge, Abe's and says the heat seeking drones are making a big difference. Not only in tornado alley but in parts of the country that are often threatened by earthquakes like the Pacific northwest. It's twelve forty update on sports from the heart. Sports desk talking dogs on the hardwood. Here's Tom postseason hardware handed out today. Rick Matisse, Stibal, Jalen. Noel named to the Pac twelve all first team. And Matisse also named the Pac twelve all defensive team Noah Dickerson, an honorable mention performer and the big awards for the conference gonna get handed out after five o'clock today. So it's going to be interesting to see if either Jalen Noel or Matisse Stibal gets the conference's player of the year ward Matisse likely to be named defensive player of the year. And the expectation is Mike Hopkins will be named coach of the year. So all of that expected this afternoon from six to seven it's the husky coaches show with coach Hopkins and women's coach Jody Wynn. Of course, they had a very nice run at the Pac twelve women's tournament in Las Vegas. The men's tourney getting underway this week. The huskies will play at noon on Thursday. Their opening game against either Arizona or USC top rated Gonzaga in west coast conference tournament play tonight in Las Vegas, taking on the Renzo ro Mars Pepperdine waves the evening. And that'll tip at six o'clock Mariners under the lights tonight cactus league. Play taken on the royals and NFL free agency underway. As of today cornerback Justin Coleman because like he'll be leaving the Seahawks via free agency reports are hill end up in Detroit, and we'll have more sports in thirty minutes..
"pepperdine" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"His way to the three point line. But against the pillow with three drive to the free throw line into the lane shot. John. Sean right there. Hang in the air forever. Twenty nine points for James four Laker lead and the Lakers down nineteen comeback beat the rockets. One eleven one oh, six Mark cast assure John, Barry, the call on ESPN radio James twenty nine and eleven rebounds. James Hardie, thirty in the laws thirty two straight games now with thirty or more points. He found out with one twenty four to go in regulation staff in the wires Thursday night at oracle against the kings screen for curry curry, I Bagley back some of the dribble. Takes a free over the top. What seventeen eleven Curry's got thirty four. He's got ten breezed. I ended up with thirty six warriors beat the kings one twenty five one Twenty-three call on ninety five point seven the game bugs held on one by one at home against the Celtics press Middleton, three with just over thirty seconds to go that proved to be the game winner. Sons lost on the road to Cleveland. And they've now lost a franchise record sixteen in a row. College basketball dukes Zion Williamson considered day to day with a great one strain who is right knee, number two, Gonzaga, one by twenty eight against Pepperdine seventh. Michigan a road win against Minnesota. Belmont head coach Rick bird, reaching eight hundred career victories Belmont, knocking off eastern Illinois. Coming up on Friday. We're into the stretch run of the NBA season. If the NBA MVP was Jaanus or Paul George against the field who are you taking plus with injuries plaguing the east is there a surprise contender in the mix. Golden go Friday, sexier News Radio ESPN. I. First and last on ESPN radio on the ESPN app. Then when I woke up this morning. I was feeling pretty dangerous..
"pepperdine" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"That can create stress and challenge in our lives. And that's why because I. Couldn't help the people I love, and I couldn't tell my sister. And because I thought that the challenges were sort of showing up for young people today, we should probably clarify since you're mentioned all these young people that you're socio with Dr fielding is a an adjunct professor at Pepperdine graduate school of education psychology, hence, all of the young people in her life and in my also in private practice. It just you know, my private practice was located right next to you. I was also providing at the time at UCLA forget I had a lot of referrals for college age or graduate school age teaching the graduate school, and I was being more college age my in my private practice. Backley? You mentioned be surprised by some of the things that these young people were struggling with can you can you share like one or two of the biggies that you see all the time. Now, definitely when I would start explore with my clients. Well, what what was going on at something familiar there with your family with your parents what I would. Here overnight right now, my parents like my best friend. I check it with them every single day. I can text the my tech multiple times per day or or they're on the phone with me, and they walk me through because that was one thing that I was curious about at first, and what that signals was that parents direction. I limit signaled was lowered distress tolerance. So we know a lot in the research that reassurance seeking is actually a symptom of a lot of diagnoses like compulsive disorder. But a lot of other ones, depression and anxiety as well. And when parents are always there, and again by proxy, the cell phone and digital media is always there scores of reassurance seeking their become less opportunity for learned distress tolerant to he that you can sit with this comfort, and the wave will come and go that was one of the primary themes that started to show up even when I I also specialize in Tyler behavioral therapy, which is. Was developed for for line personality disorder, even with really difficult problems. With emotion dysregulation, you can see that the environment that grew up in or their program as I call it isn't necessarily from bad things happening. It's just from the parents constantly trying to help them fix their difficult, emotions or growing, even the schools actually were quite guilty of this when we had our self esteem programs and everyone got a trophy, and no one was allowed to feel bad. And this isn't just me there's a lot of data to back this up. So that's sort of theme that started to see showing that doesn't mean that a lot of people don't a lot of difficulties with emotion. Regulation and transition into adulthood, gore more traditional reasons difficulties and their upbringing..
St. Marys women fall on last-second shot by UC Davis Morgan Bertsch
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Saint Mary's women fall on last second shot by UC Davis's Morgan. Birch Morgan Birch hit a jumper with a second remaining Monday as host UC Davis adds Saint Mary's seventy six to seventy four on Monday night. The Gaels Emily Cottingham hit a three pointer with four seconds left to tie the game. Birds continued a game high twenty two points for the aggies. Seven five Nina solo added fourteen Madeline Holland paste, the Gaels five to four with seventeen points and Sydney regio had sixteen Meghan McCain had fourteen points and fourteen rebounds. Arizona sixty two tip forty Ari McDonald, led a balanced attack with fifteen points and dished out nine assists. As the host Wildcats nine one one easily McDonald is second in the NCWA in scoring with an average of twenty five point seven points per game. Briefly Baylor fell out of the top five for the first time. A nearly a year after losing at Stanford on Saturday. The lady bears dropped from third to six in the AP poll after losing sixty eight to sixty three to the then number eleven cardinal Stanford moved up to eighth Connecticut and Notre Dame still are the top two teams in the country. Callous number fourteen the bears host Yukon on Saturday afternoon. Men Sabin Lee scored fourteen points to lead five players in double figures and sharp shooting. Vanderbilt beat number eighteen Arezzo state eighty one to sixty five in Nashville Vanderbilt snapped an eight game skid against ranked opponents the Commodores seven two also beat Arizona state eight to for the first time in five tries on the sun. Devils first visit to memorial gym number eleven Florida's state eighty five southeast, Missouri. Sixty eight Trent Forrest scored a career-high twenty three points and freshman. Devon vassal added sixteen as the Seminoles nine one recovered from. Sluggish first half and beat the redhawks. Five seven Utah ninety three Florida AM sixty four Parker Van Dyke scored a career-high twenty points while making a career high six three pointers to lead the host youths five five over the Rattlers three nine TIMMY, Allen and Cedric bear field added sixteen points. A piece for the Oregon state eighty two Pepperdine sixty seven Cuyler Kelly set a school record with nine blocks and added ten points and nine rebounds as the host beavers seven three beat the waves six six Washington state ninety four writer eighty Robert Franks had twenty five points, twelve rebounds and five assists as the host Cougars. Six three beat the Bronx for four briefly, Kansas Duke and Tennessee were one two three and the AP top twenty five poll for the second straight week. Meanwhile, reigning national champion Villanova fell out for a second time Gaza which lost the number one ranking. After a loss to Tennessee on December ninth fell four spots to eighth after Saturday's loss at North Carolina.
"pepperdine" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"So Romar Pepperdine has already won five games though. We should mention we should give a little shout out to Romar, then he takes over a program that one nine games two years ago. They want six games last year. He's already won five. So he's doing a good job. I'm interested in pepper died. I'm gonna keep an eye on pepper dies. Yeah. Good game. It was a lot of fun. It was a lot of fun. It'd be there was a lot of fun to see just that much star power in a room without any implications. At all, I mean, even like MO Williams, I told the hotdog story was hilarious because he came up to the concession stands. As if you know he was like imposing on everybody else. And he was like just please get a hot dog. It's like me first of all you shouldn't be paid for this hot dog. Do you guys have any concessions or anything just to see you? Then he went and got to Capri sun out of the back. Connect time is tight. It was just like so strange to see guys in that environment. That have been on the biggest stage, right? Lebron James and the Cavs files. You know, he's been all over the world with basketball. And now he's at Pepperdine this little Jim there's like I mean, most one hundred and fifty people in the building, and he looked into intimidated because he's like, I don't want people to know. I don't know what the hell I'm doing. Is it cool? If I eat a hot dog real quick. And it was fine. It did it that was the weirdest things. Like is it to have all the star power there and Kim bone was the head of the system pepper died. The head coach of Washington state in Romar was head coach of Washington. Obviously these guys it's like. Playing a game in front of us. Basically Jim Herrick has gotten in trouble at every single job. He's been at you got fired at UCLA. They told him, you know, you can either resign tomorrow morning after the the violations or you can get fired. He said fire me bid and. He went to Georgia games. Take it away for cheating again. Like Cal State was passing out tests that said. The original Carolina situation, or is like know how many points is three as a three pointer worth in college basketball. Two. The scandal. That was lost a time. That's like we should revisit that. We should do like in the off season. We should we should do like a scandal rewind bit. We're like one once a week. We dislike dig up a scandal. That happened a long time. We other people forgot about a just go over all the details. Like, Georgia thing is hysterical. But no one remembers it that's because we didn't get full when you flood the market was scandal. Eventually people will forget about what happened. And that's the beautiful thing of college basketball. It was fun to be in the building last night. Or is there any other? I mean, any other thoughts about either one of these teams because I wish that we could watch them play more. I would say I'm gonna I'm definitely going to try to go to I want to go to Cal State Northridge Northridge, call see son. I don't really understand. I'm trying to work on the branding. I also. So is it is it cal- California State University. Yeah. See us, you hyphen Northridge. Yeah. I want to go to gay. I wanna see Gottfried in his home environment. But we should mentioned the lady screaming at the free throws. It's crazy. It's like fifteen minutes to figure out which lady it was hating the wrong person. Like, oh, yeah. County agreed on one person. And we'll just giving death is. And then it's Cal State Northridge fan. So I soon fan I was working. I'm working. I'm doing a power rankings Colin this week for Friday..
"pepperdine" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"They're like, I just really need to go two Thousand Oaks to get this chicken minutes left in the game too. Right. Ten seconds. This is garbage time. And then he airballs the second free throw in bust out laughing as Pepperdine fans who crazy. It was just like he wanted the roar of the fans. So he blew it on purpose. We realize none of us had tickets. So the chicks didn't matter media pen. It's only. Yeah. And it's only it's only Dana while like the one Chick-fil-A on the other side of the world was that wearing the. Yeah. Like you have to drive to San Luis Obispo to get your free chicken same onto defense. So first of all between the hours of three and five o'clock Pepperdine is a sleeping giant for us. And we said they're the right coach through the right? They have the pieces to unlock something and build a giant on the west coast. We we got excited about the Renzo Margot in there. And then I as we were going to this game. I realized what the problem is with pepper dine in it's like one Malibu, which is not that big of a town area. Whatever it's super famous because everybody's miles of paradise. Yeah. But there's only like what like thirteen fifteen thousand people that live there. There's not like a big local thing. So we call that the one percent. Yeah. The one percent lives. They're the one percent of one percent live there. And so if you're going to like pack, the if you're going to pack, the stands, whatever and get it get some get a movement going here, you're going to have to draw people from LA basically to to drive up and holy shit. What a cluster fuck. That is getting a folks have you heard about? This traffic in Los Angeles. It it. It was it was a nightmare getting up there. You got there's only three thousand students on campus. It's a dry campus. So basically there there's this is a bigger job to to make this happen than I realized because on the service. It's like you have this bomb s campus on the in Malibu on the coast. What would what more do you need? And now I'm starting to see that. I don't know. Meanwhile, a mere seventeen miles inland there stands a man by the name of the godfather who was putting a staff and team together to go after one job. He truly deserves. And that is the arms race a UCLA. Mar Godfried my goodness that I learned a lot about him. First off his son camera Gottfried starting shooting guard starts starting shooting guard. The only good has not a freshman, basically on the team is his son. And when he's on the floor. It's the only guy talks to Cameron come over here and tell his idiots what we're going to do Cameron actually played a great game. I was really impressed with him. Which was a shocking thing for me. Honestly to say that. But Jim hair on the sideline who is not only like chastising players like looking like he will murder, then what he gets enough energy to stand up MO Williams. His biggest move of the night was getting a hot dog at halftime. That was literally the biggest decision he made on that..
"pepperdine" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"So let's recap that the two time Kyle's been credentialed one with severally. He was drinking beer next to Mitch Cup. Check kicked out all the other GM's and scalp. Everyone's like is this guy getting fucked up in front of number two was last night with a half time. You literally bought a pepper died hat. Press the pepper. I didn't put the. Everyone thought he was Mitch mcgarry everyone thought he was like a first responder. So you buy the pepper, ha. And you're watching Northridge you're watching is that it Diane the NDA. Okay. Sounds way better. Are you kidding me? Now so money Lamont. This poor kids. Name is going to be Lamont. So you're watching him play. And he he wins you over because he he what he finished like twenty nine point nine points. We were hoping for thirty and then hit three blocks count. It all them. I got its dense, right? Without looking at the sheet, which was nice. So that's how you know who's paying attention. I know it just seemed he just seemed like the most fun guy seemed like there was a lot of not fun players. And he just seemed like the most fun guy. Here's a lot of fun. The funny thing about it was Kyle had his phone out. So he was trying to get to by moment of the night. Deanna. He dominating early like, he was scrolling every single possession. There were thrown of the ball. He's like Dunkin it down every time. Kyle's not filming any of this from the start. And then he's like, he's my guy. I'm filming everything. So if you were just in the crowd, you would like your like who is this is this Diani family like sitting down there like is this an MBA scowl trying to get this guy like MO Williams sitting across staring. Kyle like thinking he might be a scout. And he every single time you film to dread do something. It would either screw up in missed the layup. Whatever it was. Yeah. Get found and which just it was hilarity hilarity, ensued. Of course. Yeah. This kid wish I should mention this. He didn't just play out of his mind that night so far in the season. He's averaging twenty five point six points, ten point nine rebounds, two assists, two steals. Two point one blocks and three point nine turnovers who gives a shit about that. That's that's fun. But that stat line is incredible. I've noticed I know that the the level of competition is not good. No. Or not what we're used to see. I'm not saying that he's one of the best players in the country. But holy shit. Dude. Twenty-five eleven to two and two in one win. Two wins. Now, the pickup you buried the lead for the MO the coolest thing he did on night, the Chick-fil-A thing. So if you missed two free throws, then everybody gets a free chicken sandwich. Ashley Judd thing. The Ashley Judd thing. Does the same promotion that put Ashley Judd on the outs with the Kentucky fence because she said, this is mean and Kentucky fringe like what you better shut up chicken big. Yes. So he did that last night misses the first free throw. He's going for thirty points. We're we're on the edge of our seats. This is in garbage time. He misses the first free throw barely barely falls out. And then he's sitting there crowd's going crazy. Which one we want more thirty points or or? He points Pepperdine is like, please miss it. All I came here for sick fillet, the autists they've been all night. Yeah. The eighteen of us..
"pepperdine" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"This is Q four. This is Q four. Yes. Kyle's guy we went to the Pepperdine. Cal State Northridge game in Malibu last night. Cal State north. So if your office sentence of all time. That was. So if you're asking yourself, why would you go to that game? The answer is pepperdine's head coaches, Lorenzo Romar. Cal State Northridge his head coach is Mark Godfrey. The godfather the godfather on Marg adverage staff is Jim Herrick the three of them get a picture together that is three fourths of the ninety five UCLA coaching staff. The only person missing with Steve live. I tweeted at him. I said coach. I call them coach like four times. I think in the coach were you at the coach Eric and the boys need your coach where what's going on? He didn't hit me back. Steve lamb is only guy missed it with the ninety five champions just titans of industry dueling it out with their with their new team state. You better believe the picture that they took together they had a Louis Vuitton bag in the middle of their hand on it. And they were just smiling taking it was funny enough. It was first responders night in Malibu because of the the fires were going on like over by pepper died. The guy we talked to the idea. Never died said like the fires were basically like on campus. Almost a news. It was actually pretty scary time they had to vaccinate the whole thing the game postponed and they played a last night. So they did like a first responders night, which is pretty cool. And all these people are you sure. Honoring the firefighters and the cops and all that stuff. But then you look around you realize you got Lorenzo Romar on one side line. Mark Godfried on the other. And then you look around and you see like, cops everywhere. There's a lot of say God for you. When he told you he said. I think they're just firefighter. You better. Make sure I get the hell out of. So that was cool. But Kyle came with us and we test him with finding the first Kyle's guy of the season. Kyle who's your guy. Well, I think we're saying this, right? I looked it up. So I want see I want you to say what you think it is. What you told me? It was yes ally. It was a lie. Yes. Lena Diani, it should be lemonade Deanna. But it's la- mean DeAnne, really, okay. Very upset about that. Honestly. It's rose off the tunnel. Oh better. I mean, Indiana. Diani, but it needs to it from Senegal. Explain this guy explained what stood out about him. Kyle as your he plays for Cal State Northridge. Yeah, he was pretty lanky immediately. I wanted it to be somebody else on Pepperdine because I wanted to feel like I forgot you weren't supposed to cheer. So I try to keep that in check. Kyle's I don't know if this is your first credential event, but this is the first one you've come with us. No, I got credentials that some relief. Some really got kicked out..
"pepperdine" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"So yeah, if they could beat it's. The other night. I think he was totally fine. But that is interesting because I do going into the season we thought her Jamaica fired. But I I said I'm going to be quiet tergence been in the same position as Patino the last three or four years. Yes. Shit. But but but turgid does just enough to save his like he he's done just enough that Maryland fans are going to tweet at us that we're talking about this right now, it'd be like. I'm sorry. Do you not understand what this man has done for this program? Then start firing off these stats or I don't know. I'm like, please. Let the facts I'd have no idea what he's doing. What did you do you got to transfer their so turn into the second best at Maryland or second? Where would our work? Dave Lehto is plus four hundred at the Paul. He's next on the list, Chicago, Fred Hoiberg arty. Chicago coach to Paul Pat chambers is next on the list pin state plus five hundred so that that's the reason I want to bring that up. You said he belongs to the big ten. Well, funny enough, according to decide the three three of the four best favorites are big ten schools for coaches and the power conferences to get fired. And the one is not a big ten school is in Chicago. It does feel like Hoiberg gonna job. I think it's going to be he'll get offered. The Minnesota job deferred. Lou. He could go to UCLA very toasty. Interesting. Even though UCLA's actually accounted for we'll get to that later. That's already taken care of learned that last night go into the Pepperdine Cal State Northridge game who would have thought that would be the precursor for UCLA basketball. Well, that's that's what we do. All this podcast. Those last year I called my shot. I said cranes going to uconn he denied he ended up a few hundred miles south of that and didn't Athens Georgia, Dan, Hurley went to you count. But I'm ready to do to get. I'm saying Fred Hoiberg to Minnesota. Is happening. And we'll see if that works. I don't have any inside info. I don't have. It's just a premonition. It's like I see I see the pieces moving I see Patino leaving. I see Hoiberg trying to get hired by NBA team. It's not really working. He second on everyone's list doesn't get the job. Minnesota's like, we're still here. If you want it is like fuck it. I'll do it. And then he goes with my best case scenario is that Minnesota says we don't want this Patino, we want that Patino, and they bring in the old head Patino, and he's like, I'm sure you had to run this team. And then Ripa Tino hires his son to be an assistant. Defense. He becomes a Greg policy of the Minnesota team. That'll be interesting. You mentioned Dan Hurley can we get two are bad guys yet? It's time to get to the bad guys. My bad guy the week, you mentioned him, Mr. Dan Hurley, the self-proclaimed zoo Hannibal, and it you're saying yourself who would call himself zoo animal probably a man that goes crazy on the sideline. And that is exactly what Dan Hurley did. He said he is getting used to being a zoo animal as the Yukon coach everywhere, he goes all eyes are on him. And it's something that he's never had before. This is a a headline literally Dan Hurley getting used to being zoo animal is the headline. I cannot believe that he said that. But you know, in a year OB J brought that up on the shop shut out the timing out there. You know, it's a very interesting to hear a coach say that about himself. He's the he's my bag either week for one reason, and one reason alone if you look at the name, you would think his name was a cock. It is not it is a cook a cook. And he is a guy to put them science place where Hamied Yalo win and his coach Tom Espinoza said, I think he can be a pro. I've never said that before never even said that about Hammy a cock can block shots. It's a cook. But I like cock better. Get that audio. Isolate that off. It's a funnier name. I mean, it's just like that guy plays hard. I mean, it's kind of like a cock. Block Shah shoot the three NBA skill set right there..
Gunman who killed 12 at California bar died from self-inflicted gunshot
"An autopsy now confirms how the gunman died. Ian, David long. Died of a self inflicted, gunshot wound. According to Ventura County police citing an autopsy report before he turned the gun on himself, the twenty eight year old ex marine killed twelve others. Many young people attending college night at the country music bar officials have yet to confirm a motive, but believe he targeted the venue sergeant Ron Hillis of the Ventura County sheriff's office was among the first to rush in exchanging gunfire with long now his funeral is set for Thursday. Meantime, the deadly Woolsey fire is still burning in the area in Malibu Pepperdine university. Students were among the hundreds of thousands forced to evacuate some students had fled the borderline bar on Wednesday. Freshman Elena, who's lead did not make it out alive. Amy held NPR news from Washington. You're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I the New York City Veterans Day parade gets
Bar massacre survivor's
"Others are grieving the loss of friends Evans Clinton, the same staff, everyone's angry confuse sad many prayer services yesterday, we all live and work in this community. So no matter who was injured or hurt with we feel at all. And now most will try to get back to normal classes at Pepperdine university and more park college pick backup today. California Lutheran university has cancelled classes, Monica Rix, KFI news. The man wanted for questioning in the discovery of human remains last month in the antelope valley has been shot and killed the LA county. Sheriff's department says US marshals took down tweet who's mon- near the California Nevada border traffic
"pepperdine" Discussed on The Young Turks
"He shot the front desk cashier. And then he went to the office. I started shooting there. I saw people trying to jam into the office and close the door. I don't know what happened. And then he started shooting at the downs floor walking toward a deejay booth upper level, and there was a lower level the dance floor is and he was shooting down on the dance floor east traumatized for low as I will. I think because we made it out and. Quite a few people that didn't. And they were all young. Two rounds with him. He changed them with in about six seconds really passed. So he knew he was doing. Perfect form when I look back. He was spot on at the bar. You know, having fun dancing, and then all of a sudden, you're the bang bang of gunshots. And it just started going crazy paper pushing job we take his Thursday. I it's kind of like you freeze some like firecrackers. So that our friends got the. Sousse, Nick, Elmi get out. So these authorities haven't identified all the victims yet. But we do know is the majority of victims were extremely young college student some of whom went to Pepperdine university between the ages of eighteen and twenty one of the guys who's in their named Tim said, maybe I shouldn't left. Fifty six years old. Maybe I should have stayed in. And because those kids they had a longer life to live than I do. So these are the choices we have to make America's now, you stay to get massacred, maybe save some people or do you save your own life, and we won't ever if with these politicians and money and politics and the power of the NRA our government is never going to do anything about it. You're just going to sit there and get massacred. And then you're gonna have to wonder it should I have left or should have gotten killed along with everyone else. So those are the choice, so we're gonna make we got someone who works here. And they know a person who died this Thousand Oaks is in the Los Angeles area. So. That person's that, and and it's if it hasn't happened in your area, it will soon, everyone has guns. We if we don't read it in don't ever ever act surprise. The enemy is here. It's us. We're terrorizing ourselves by allowing everyone to have a weapon, including. Politically, unstable people. Religiously unstable people mentally unstable people who cares. The NRA says, it doesn't even matter. If you're on the terrorist watch list and the government agrees. We're letting terrorists have guns. I mean, look, you can say, hey, they wanna say make is that. It's the lists three percent wrong than fix a list. It's also ninety seven percent, right. So let's give ninety seven percent of the terrorist guns because we want to protect the rights of the three percent that are wrong. Then don't have a terrorist watch list, and that's a fine argument to make okay. But if you have a terrorist watch list, how insane is it to allow them to have weapons. We don't limit the magazines. This guy had thirty bullets in a magazine, and he had to magazine of so far. Right. We don't ban armor-piercing bullets even though they are designed to kill cups, specifically designed to kill cups. This guy killed a Cup. But we we don't do anything about would. We didn't do anything about it before. That's why that cop is dead. Okay. That's all of them are dead. And we're not gonna do anything afterward. When does the revolution began? I'm not an insane right winger. They sell grab your goes a murder people. You don't like I'm exact opposite. I need a political revolution. We don't do a political revolution. We don't get money out of politics. Corruption will continue unabated unabated, and they make money off of our deaths. So they'll keep keep making money you'll keep dying. I wanna take a break. But when we come back, there's the second portion of this story, which is the response from the right wing, including Marsha Blackburn. You will I wanna say you won't believe what she had to say about this on FOX. But you probably will believe it. So stick around. All right, apparently, we're back. All right. So let me read some comments for you guys very pertinent to what we're discussing Scott m what three four five six says in our member section. No places save I used to think this won't happen here. Now, I think when will this happen here. Fortunately, that is true..
"pepperdine" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Bill Simmons sleeping giant Pepperdine. He also has Kim bone on staff member can bone not not the guy, not the mustache guy that at the the red sweater guy, not the mean, yeah, not the name. The guy who was I knew Kim bone was because he was the head coach of Washington state. I knew who he was before the the real Kim bone him long because I thought can Boone like a fantastic poor name, and I used to make jokes about the head coach of washing, stay having a porn name. He's now the associated coach at Pepperdine with lunar more, and we usually call the associate head coaches in our business. Beg is yeah. The bad guys or fog is. Yeah. So ROY Moore, I hope over Lamar is like I hope Washington fans at this. Point are fond of the Romar. You're like it. It's like enough years past than you look back and you're like, we're pre of what you did for the program now that you're gone. You know what I mean? I hope that's the case holds come on Washington. I think they should want him back. But I think that like if you mentioned Ltd's over Omar's name in Seattle, people should be like all of coach. He did. He did great here. I love what he did. I think that happens when Brandon ROY takes over as we've talked about plenty of times, you know, think hopkins's sticking around well, I mean, just Syracuse might come calling. Well, Starbucks is probably called and say, why did you send all those gift cards away? I do a lot of money. He's like, wait what? Yeah. Anything else with with Pepperdine? Just basically the fact Omar's worth watching. We're gonna make a lot of jokes about it. We're definitely gonna go to some days. That's pretty much what it again. This is our top one hundred now, your top one hundred. We're gonna try to take Simmons to game, and then he's going to watch a game like he's going to actually go to Pepperdine Jim and watch like what level basketball Pepperdine is. He's like, oh my God. I'd made a mistakes that tissue win. Win these. This team couldn't beat Eighty-six. Celtics Maceio will take these guys down the post tied. It's tires. If you've got five friends from Columbus, you think you can beat these guys. There's fifteen guys on the Mets are just like hearing this because we're the only people in gym. Number seventy nine UNLV the runnin ribs. I I wanted to put them on the list because you know v. like UMass is a team that a sleeping giant a sleeping giant that I still have very fond memories of. I still hold in high esteem and we got, we got to do whatever we can't get to get them back. And we we know that like it's got a, it's got to involve bags and bags of cash..
"pepperdine" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"I'm obsessed with Pepperdine for multitude of reasons. One, someone who works at Pepperdine law school. I don't know if that's the thing just the other day. She was like, I work an emissions at Pepperdine law. So like if you want to speak to her, she's a toaster until she was telling me about like the business school process and try and get them to Pepperdine. It's a great school, and I mean, is it and I think it's in California, but it looks like it's in Hawaii, it's in Malibu. It's right up the PCH it's gorgeous, and they great thing about it is that's where they film Disney's friends for change with the Jonas brothers, Selena, and Hannah Montana who have never been in the same room together since. I mean, maybe that's why they needed such vast campus so that they can all have space from each other is called it on on and on. One spark can lead another. It's a great great song, and it was doing good in the world. So I'm just here for Pepperdine. I understand your lot for it. No, I'm still here for it and I realize you know what? Sometimes like. God's into a different direction and had I not going to the university of Mississippi. I actually have never met the Italian stallion. How did you guys meet again? Because my best friend, Christina, Tompkins, who's on the national Broadway tour of Santa music plug? Who does she play? She plays like all of them. She's a swing right now, but that's the best thing because that way you don't burn out your voice. Cool, versatile? Yes. And she's on doing her second tour, but she loves like being able to play all the different character, I guess. So she actually was in the same situation as me. She applied like one like super fancy or at school and didn't get in. So she was from New York, and we met the first day in theater class, and I looked at her and I was like, do you know what state we're in? She's like, I didn't even know where Mississippi was, and then we became best friends in so Jeff and her grew up together. Oh, my goodness, yes. But honestly, like I love Mississippi and I would literally like be buried there and like it's the, it's the best. And I look forward to your commencement speech. I'm gonna coming to you so much. I'm thrilled to do it. It's going to happen Angels' wide open. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. I have so much fun and I just feel like you. Are just like really change in the world. And I think we need to give you the credit and you just are so poignant and like elegant and so kind, and I appreciate you having me on. Thank you. Appreciate you coming. You're taking the world with your Instagram stories in your premium content left. Right and center and your mom on bumble. I hope she matches with Mario singer trying to make it happen. Yeah. So just thank you for being here. We'll see you again soon, especially when to move to New York and cloudy is on tour like we could do this all the time. Absolutely. And also thanks to the toasters you guys are the best like house cheerleader. There's a biggest cheerleader. They're so like John honed jed. So kind of just like if they like you, they love you and they just make everyone feel as good as we do all the time. And so thank you for representing our show. Yes, Ha's guys, we love you very much. We're so glad that made this happen where everyone follow you for more premium content. Just Heather Kay McMahon at Instagram, love it. We will see back here tomorrow. I'll be hosting with my sister Livia and we will get all the engagement details. We'll be taking all of your questions and it's just going to be a fun day right now I have a headache, so I need to massage it out. Yes. Bye..
Inside the Democratic strategy to oppose Trump's Supreme Court pick
"The retirement of supreme court justice anthony kennedy a reagan appointee led senate democrats to make a ridiculous demand insisting that the majority republicans delay approval of any trump nominee in case democrats win control of the senate and then can block the president's choice the liberals argued that republicans delayed consideration of obama's nominees merrick garland until after the two thousand sixteen elections but that time the opposition party the gop already controlled the senate and hope to win the white house in a mere five months this time democrats are as senate minority with no chance of a democratic president taking office till two thousand twenty one they're indignant effort demonstrates the hyper partisan gamesmanship the voters rejected in two thousand sixteen and should reject again in november on michael medved the pepperdine graduate school of public policy america's unique graduate program learn more at public policy dot pepperdine dot edu america.
What we learn from Mueller's 'Trump questions
"ABC's world news this week will begin after this. Are you hiring with? Indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard. Get started at indeed dot com. Slash higher. From ABC news world news this week. Chuck's Iverson in New York coming up forty, nine questions for the president's clean. Did you become aware of the Trump Tower meeting stormy Daniels payments, no campaign finance violation. So through lawful. Then the president, he North Korea summit. We now have a day and we have a location. Paradise ignites a difficult thing to watch the floor is unpredictable in his own words. Here, maybe I'll have another five years. Maybe I'll be gone before you hear this. People in events that made headlines when world news this week continues. There's a lot coming at you right now, turmoil tweets, an insane amount of chatter. I'm Brad milkey with ABC news and I'm here to throw you a lifeline. It's a new podcast called start here or are experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day. We're going to give you some context, some clarity among the chaos, twenty minutes every weekday subscribe now on apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast and start here. What did you know about phone calls that Mr Flynn made with the Russian ambassador? What did you mean in your interview? With Lester Holt about Mr.. Komi in Russia. Those are two of the forty nine questions. Robert Muller's special council wants to ask President Trump in a sit down interview according to a document leaked to the media this week, ABC's congressional correspondent MAry, Bruce on what else is in those questions. The list of nearly fifty probing questions. Special counsel, Robert Muller has for President Trump lines of questioning, Muller shared with Trump's own legal team. The list now published by the New York Times and what the president is now calling a disgraceful leak Russian collusion. Give me a break. Trump insists. Molars list has no questions on collusion, but that's not true. The special counsel has questions about Paul Manafort once the president's campaign chairman according to the times, Muller wants to ask Trump what knowledge did he have any outreach by his campaign, including by Paul Manafort to Russia about potential assistance to the campaign. Muller also wants to ask the president win. Did you become aware of the Trump Tower meeting that infamous sit down Don Jr. Jared, Kushner? Manafort in Russians, they were told had dirt on Hillary Clinton much of Muller's list centers on possible obstruction of Justice by the president. The special counsel wants to know what if I were made to reach out to Trump's fired national security adviser, Michael Flynn about seeking immunity or possible? Pardon. And what did Trump mean when he said this about firing his FBI director, James Komi when I decided to just do it. I said to myself, I said, you know, this rusher thing. Thing with Trump and Russia is a made up story N when Trump told Russian diplomats and this Oval Office meeting that firing Komi had taken the pressure off, what did he mean by that? Another question Muller wants answered, what discussions did the president have regarding terminating the special counsel with the release of those questions also came word that the special counsel has warned President Trump's legal team, that if the president refuses an interview, Muller could issue a subpoena ABC news, chief legal analyst. Dan Abrahams says, this raises the stakes, let's say it works its way all the way through the courts. The supreme court then says, sorry, this is a valid subpoena and the president says, well, I don't think so, and I'm not going to show up. That's when you have the real potential crisis. We use this word constitutional crisis all the time. I think that the only real crisis occurs if you have in the end, a real war between two branches of government were one of saying, you can't tell me what to do the president. However, maintaining he's still willing to sit down with Muller despite what his legal team is telling him. I would love to speak. I would love to nobody wants to speak more than me back against my lawyers because most lorries they never picked another. I would love to say, what is it like to sit down with a special counsel's team former Trump campaign adviser. Michael Caputo recently did so, and he's detailing the experience to ABC news, chief Justice correspondent Pierre, Thomas former Trump political adviser. Michael Caputo helped in the early stages of a campaign from Trump Tower says he won't soon. Forget the grilling. He says, he took from two FBI juice and a prosecutor with a special counsel's team three hours. Plus they weren't pulling any punches at at some points in time. I, it got kind of frightening. Caputo says the agents knew so much about his life. It scared him. They know everything here. They know more about what I did in two thousand sixteen than I do, but will the investigators after they're talking about the timing of some things that happened at the campaign and at the convention. I think they're completely focused on collusion. With Russia. According to Caputo, there was a lot of focus on the hack of the DNC by Russian operative known as goussev for and WikiLeaks, which published stolen information. This is his stark assessment on whether Muller's anywhere near done, investigating possible collusion. I'm hoping this end soon, but it sounds to me like they have more dating to do today. Give you any sense that they have anything. I believe that they, they think they're onto something what that is. I don't know. They're not messing around. Caputo, says investigators Pepperdine with questions about his friends. The president's personal attorney, Michael Cohen. Paul Manafort who's been indicted on money laundering charges. The president's longtime friend and advisor, Roger stone. The one thing he says, surprised him from the interview. It was remarkable to me that the president was brought up. Nobody with last name Trump came up at all. Speaking of the president's legal team, there were major shakeups yet again this week with top White House lawyer, tie Cobb telling ABC news. Be leaving having, you know, stay longer than I intended, but believing that the end of this month ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl spoke with Cobb about his departure from the president's team out tie Cobb, the lead White House lawyer dealing with the special counsel replaced by Amit flood who was one of President Clinton's impeachment lawyers Cobb tells me he was ready to leave almost everything that I was brought on to do as Ben accomplished comet employed a strategy of patients with Muller cooperation. Definitely. What is the right move? And and definitely the path that would lead to the quickest resolution. But it was President Trump's newest lawyer, former mayor, Rudy Giuliani who created shockwaves this week when he told FOX's Sean Hannity, that money was not campaign money. Sorry, I'm giving you a fact now that you don't know, it's not campaign money, no campaign finance violation. So they've funneled through law firm. Frontal through over and the president. It. I didn't know Giuliani acknowledging for the first time that the president repaid that one hundred thirty thousand dollars to his personal attorney. Michael Kohn ABC's giancarl with a new explanation from the White House last month. The president, flatly denied knowing anything about the hush money Cohen claimed he paid Daniels out of his own pocket.
Facebook admits to secretly deleting messages Mark Zuckerberg sent through Messenger app
"Ceo mark zuckerberg his getting a benefit not available to rank and file facebook users book has been secretly deleting sub of soccer bergh's messages sent through its messenger application option that has not been available to most of the social networks two point two billion users the company says it's been removing sucker burks messages from the inbox as various people for several years facebook says it began racing the messages of zuckerberg and a few other top executives in two thousand fourteen that's after peter hackers obtained and released embarrassing emails from sony executives wagner reporting a man suspected of setting off two explosive devices in a california sam's club stores been booked on suspicion of igniting a destructive device police say they believe hugo gonzalez acted alone breaking news at this at townhall dot com samsung electronics saves first quarter operating profit lightly jumped fifty six percent to recognize south korean tech giant estimated in his preliminary earnings report that is january to march operating income was fourteen point seven billion dollars the estimate was higher than expected sales rose nineteen percent analysts say samsung likely recorded lower profit in its display business that supplies oh led screens for apple's iphones but strong demand for memory chips outweighed weaker displays sales correspondent jeremy house american airlines has ordering forty seventy boeing jets with a combined list price at twelve point three billion to replace some of its oldest planes terms are not being disclosed airlines routinely get big discounts on planes american is also cancelling an order with boeing's european rival airbus that was made by us airways before it merged with american and delaying delivery of forty other boeing planes more of these stories at townhall dot com i'm patrick ause best public leaders are wave makers able to combine smart policy ideas with a call to what makes merica exceptional creating waves of popular support i'm pete peterson dean of pepperdine's graduate school of public policy and for two decades we've prepared wave makers through.
"pepperdine" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Yes he's coming to the west code the twelve people on the west coast that care about college basketball that he's coming to pepperdine to drop eggs there's actually for those people in malibu yeah bill simmons is one of the very excited about that lorenzo romar maybe as i'm looking at it maybe that's a preemptive nominee like maybe we should have saved him for next year duffy but we'll we'll we'll say he deserved it he deserves it anyway also steve alford is nominated for the aforementioned threefold sheriff o'neil thing but just just in general just in general just the steve alford ways and the greatest thing that the actually did is a bad guy was actually getting rid of a bag which was the ball family low so i it's kind of like flipped over says lonzo so he has lonzo there then he has to take on the other two guys somehow he's always what was way out of this which was genius smart play it's what a bad guy does when when a bag doesn't deliver you have to get outside the bag finally our final nominee is phil knight who you might remember drop the bag for all the nike schools to come play in the pk eighty he gave them all sorts of swag all sorts of new uniforms and shoes and put on the greatest early season to portland put on the greatest early season event we've ever seen in college basketball where all the nike schools except accepted handful who decided to sit out like kentucky decided not to go but it absolutely insane event everyone celebrating his eightieth birthday in november even though the extra everywhere twenty fourth actually is in february but but we heard about that like when his birthday rolled around like all the all the all the people everyone reach back out and made sure to wish him.
Where Marijuana Is Legal, Opioid Prescriptions Fall
"Larry kudlow has been subject to unending attacks from the mainstream media since being announced as trump's chief economic adviser kudlow is a devout catholic who credits god for getting him through his years of substance abuse on cnbc kudlow said whatever might happen during his tenure as trump's advisor it would be the will of god this sentiment isn't actually controversial but on their msnbc show allie velcro and stephanie rule founded worthy of incredulous laughter and snide sarcasm they'll she used to work for al jazeera if someone there had said in shala god's will no one at msnbc would have dreamed of treating them with such contempt kudlow is a fine conservative economists and will serve the president well and his faith should be off limits on jerry boyer the pepperdine graduate school of public policy learn more at public policy dot pepperdine dot edu twenty a new study finds states that have legalized marijuana have fewer opioid prescriptions steady published in the journal of the american medical association finds states with medical marijuana laws had a five point eight percent lower rate of medicaid covered prescriptions for opioids it also found states with existing medical marijuana laws that allow recreational use of the drug so a drop in prescriptions for opioids by an additional six point four percent over prescribing opioids is considered a major force behind the current opioid abuse epidemic corresponded to kenyon washington state families past is being examined after their suv went off one hundred foot cliff in what might have been a suicide plunge the wreckage was discovered last week along the northern california coast as after child welfare authorities began investigating whether the six adopted children were being abused or neglected the bodies of the same sex female parents and their children are dead breaking news and analysis townhall dot com massachusetts governor charlie baker says state troopers who faked overtime record should lose their pensions far as i'm concerned that stealing and no one who sits in one of these public physicians should steal period that's like you know you learn that when you're at second grade massachusetts state police commanding officer kerry gilpin says a unit at the heart of the alleged overtime fraud we'll be broken up we will eliminate troop as a standalone section with each of the four existing barracks being absorbed into existing regional troops in which those barracks geographically set last year investigators compared nine months of.
Facebook privacy concern leads to questions about personal security
"This is albert molar for townhall dot com facebook's mark zuckerberg is acknowledged that an app was able to gain and then to manipulate the personal data of about fifty million facebook users for political purpose zuckerberg said quote we will learn from this experience to secure our platform further and make our communities safer for everyone going forward in quote living over this controversy is the entire world of modern social media in a way that even george orwell aldous huxley could not have foreseen in their worst nightmares social media have lured millions and millions of us to surrender our own personal private information to the world the most important thing to understand from this story is the two edged sword of technology some technologies can bring about great good others bring about evil but the reality is that even the most benign of technologies is still at technology they can almost always be misused i'm albert mold the pepperdine graduate school of public policy learn more at public policy dot pepperdine dot edu if you're feeling rundown and you don't have energy that you used to you might not be getting enough fruits.
US stocks sink due to fear of trade war with China
"And important case before the supreme court this week points back to two thousand fifteen when the legislature in california adopted a law requiring crisis pregnancy centers to articulate and explicitly pro abortion message right down to how women could contact the state about financial assistance in obtaining an abortion in short it's a law compelling speech shapiro representing the cato institute points out that it's extremely telling that california has no comparable law requiring abortion providers to post advertisements for adoption agencies or any other alternatives to abortion we're about to find out in short order if the justices of the united states supreme court mean what they say when they pledged to uphold the constitution of the united states constitution that includes the right of a citizen not to have a government course speech against conviction i'm albert molar pepperdine graduate school of public policy america's unique graduate leadership degree offered its most beautiful campus read stocks around the world plunged friday as investors fear that a trade conflict between the us and china the biggest economies in the world would escalate second day of big losses push us stocks to their worst week in two years investors fear that if china responded kind of sanctions on sixty billion dollars worth of chinese imports it would be a first step toward a full blown trade war that could damage the global economy and slash profits at big us exporters like apple and boeing technology stocks dropped seven point nine percent for the week banks were also sharply lower it wound up being the worst week for us indexes since january of two thousand sixteen bob agnew reporting a british newspaper editor and dubai was found guilty sunday of bludgeoning his wife to death and was sentenced to ten years in prison francis matthew was not present in the dubai court the first instance for the verdict read by the judge which is commonly courts and the united arab emirates this is townhall dot com and israeli company is working to prove the old adage that one man's trash is another man's treasure you'll be choosy israeli company that has patented a process to convert household trash from landfills into reusable plastic after five years of development the.
Experts break down the women's NCAA tournament bracket
"The millions of people who fill out ncaa brackets each year don't have to concern themselves with the games tonight and tomorrow but there are so called i four games two of which will be contested this evening l a u brooklyn and radford then say bonaventure ucla la you brooklyn head coach derek kellogg very impressed with radford bradford's done a very nice job number one win in their tournament they've made big play after big play in meet us attorney the tea because boise is hosting first round playing the ncaa tournament the fourthseeded broncos have to travel to seattle to face upper fives he'd washington in the first round of the men's nit tomorrow night we'll have it for you six thirty pregame show seven o'clock tip from alaska airlines arena women's ncwa pairings announced yesterday seattle university becoming the first su team to go to the tournament learning they'll face oregon in a match up in eugene friday and gonzaga makes it to the big dance for the night time in the last ten years they'll be at stanford saturdays at number thirteen seed former u dub coach lorenzo romar will finish his term as assistant coach zona once that's done hill taking over at pepperdine where he was a head coach before mariners got a scare started marco gonzalez hit on the glove hand by a line drive manager scott service that he'd been struggling anyway jumped on early on the fast call maybe trying to be a little bit too fine with a fastball after that and got behind the counts struggle getting a secondary over the plate and controlling the counts but you know it's it's a great outing he's struggling to get through the first inning and unfortunately the line drive took him out after that but hopefully it's okay that's the big thing is how mariners play colorado cactus league played at eight more sports in thirty minutes on the home of the huskies komo news we'll check.
California Democratic Party won't endorse Dianne Feinstein
"Muller puts you in this indictment although i you know there's there's some things that go on that are a better pretty shady but my point is since it's our proud boast that it's part of what america is all about to promote our values throughout the world i think it's a very dangerous road to go down to say that this kind of information promotion to the extent of the facts the politics and elections with other countries is now in indictable felony or is it seems to me that that at the the kind of thing that by us more than it's going to bite the russian diane feinstein has been a senator from california 26 something shocking habits to the fouryearold liberal the stance leaked she was unable to garner the support of her own democratic party in california pete peterson is the dean of the pepperdine university graduate school of public policy he explained how this happened on the hugh hewitt show now give me your to send some what it means people wake up today and there will find that the california democrat party did not endorse diane feinstein for reelection instead endorsed the hyper liberal kevin de leon what did you make of that well it's what i what i call the earnest preclusion only democratic party that started in two thousand fifteen and there are a lot of uh burning flows out he'll uh especially in southern california though that uh really thought that they were flight it uh back in two thousand sixteen of that we've they're taking over the elf on the democratic party do you think that diane feinstein could actually lose that primary one certainly.
"pepperdine" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Mm not too no that's not really a condo pepperdine is in like malibu ever mayor paradigm person early days he has people in the world had meeting with seventy graduated from peppered i and i was blown away last week so smart well i'm not saying he can't be smart lazy are you should with a late to the meeting early had everything prearranged and came with great ideas best by the president of pepperdine university couldn't be a johnston now is the younger than me okay now maybe deplored out of the water i just i was about a theory on that you remember when we had mike lombardi was on the show on time and he was a former nfl gm and he brought because i brought the i bring these goofy theories up people i on you're crazy and he goes no no no he goes colin its understood in the nfl if you're in a port city a new orleans is a port city miami the port city new york port city los angeles to the port city seattle's a port city san francisco he goes if you combine a port city with warm weather it does you will you will you will it will affect your draft and free agency he goes you want a more mature team in miami and new orleans in new york he goes because port cities tend to be livelier at night a port city like new orleans or miami new york you got more seafood restaurants more food it's more vibrant more lounges money said and mike my night it was really interesting thing mike's like oh there's no question.