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"ross white" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

The Patdown with Ms. Pat

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"ross white" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

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"ross white" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:18 min | 4 months ago

"ross white" Discussed on WJR 760

"Hi Ross white for MSU today MSU alumnus Caleb thorn hill is the director of player engagement for the NFL's Miami Dolphins it's an all encompassing role and then there's our town within it in the town of obligations and you know opportunities that I get to impact lives which I love it may not be an NFL position you've heard of before but Thornhill says every team has won every team does have one you know and and quite frankly it's it's honestly you look at young guys coming in at twenty one twenty two years old is truly I want to be their Guiding Light I want to be there like when there's darkness I want to be the guy that gives them the honest opinion in terms of financial accu men to understanding budgeting to understanding relationships to understand how to be a pro how do you live your life and lead your life every day and for me it's from those guys that come in and then after that it's how do you leverage your platform how do you leverage the NFL is not the end point in your life in the pinnacle but just the beginning and be the catalyst towards the future and so for me it's being innovative it's collaborating with business it's bringing sixteen Miami Dolphins to the New York City in the off season for a week long to do the dolphins business combine like it's me thinking outside the box of how I can get them exposure and experiences and really what the key the life is and what it's about is relationships and so when you talk about my role it's working with the head coach and and strategy and developing opportunities to lead the team and and me giving them feedback and sometimes being a sounding board it it you know can be their families lives and working through some of the dynamics that they're dealing with at home it could be the funniest part about this job is I don't know what's coming from day to day but I have to be ready for a solution and being able to solve whatever issue walks walks through the door I just don't know you know we've had situations where I'm right in the middle of it not having to problem solve and come to a solution to best put that player in the position to be successful and that's what's fun about as I just want to help people when in life and every day gives me the opportunity to do so through the organization and through the player thorn hill is in the thick of the NFL's protest issues it's it's a trying time in America right now a very divisive time and to be honest with you I think everybody wants to bring unity what I mean by that is the players are kneeling or standing for social injustices and I think we have to seek to understand not seek to reply you know we have listened to really understand and put ourselves in position to seek an app perspective because there aren't many issues that will go on and and we have to get outside our comfort zone as human beings to see from the other side to put ourselves in somebody else's shoes and to understand that if somebody thinks it's an issue if your wife comes in and says there's a problem you should probably listen to what she's saying and why she's thinking that way just like when somebody else comes to you and says Hey I don't believe this to be right well why don't you believe that to be so when I think we live in a time where everybody wants to pick sides and I think we have an opportunity really unify and just see from the content of the character of individuals just like Martin Luther king talked about and really start to understand that's let's deal with these things that's that's try to be a be a solution not a problem not to talk but to do how did we all become a solution how do we all seek to understand not to reply and just to have perspective and be a part of the solution again Thornhill believes in dealing with football's challenges like head injuries proactively I think the challenges being being proactive with what we do to cope with these things I think these things are in a physical supporter inevitable and how do we grow the game and protected and evade from technology to all the things that we can control but understanding that things will happen so I think there's so many great things that come from the game is just how are we protected the integrity of the game the safety but also proactive steps we can take to really not let this be the end for players but just the beginning of their journey I think I'm more of a guy that wants to be proactive instead of reactive and start to get ahead of the curve of what we can do proactively to have guys sitting on the couch to have depression and all the reading FC T. articles that are bad that's gonna make somebody go down the rabbit hole even more but how do we combat and give strategies to cope effectively with you know growing their brain overtime Caleb Thornhill credits his father the late Charles mad dog Thornhill who played on MSU's great teams in the mid sixties with his desire to help others I started when my father passed away and about legacy and you know when I lost my father before my senior year in college it was one of the worst experiences I've ever been through in my life but here's what I did realize I was blessed to have a father for twenty one years of my life when that was passionate that cared about people that serve people that brightened up people's lives and although his his but closed I could continue to write the chapters and I just picked up and go you know one I want to engage people I want to educate them and I want to empower them to reach their full potential life and so I just want to pick up what he started the legacy that he began that brought up to Michigan state through segregation that he would probably be playing down south but you know Paul bear Bryant told me you know Duffy about my father and he ends up at Michigan state and my brother plays here and and I play here and then as he passes away you know coach Dantonio called me in February and said I almost was gonna play football you know I said on stage there last I had surgery and so when I had surgery on my labrum doubts fears grieving is it worth it anymore to keep going in but the pain that I'm in both emotionally and physically and when coach D. called me and said Hey I want do you want to switch your number from forty three to forty one years senior year to honor your father that's truly what triggered in my head and allow me to keep going and and build something beyond myself that I was no longer living for Caleb foreign hell I was living for a legacy of Spartan nation the Thornhill name my kids currently that I have is I'm living for them I longer no longer need to fill my Cup up it's to fill all this up every day and just continue what my dad started in October Thornhill received a distinguished young alumnus award from his alma mater he says what MSU taught him most is to appreciate diversity when you talk about diversity I'm talking about diversity of thought and not just you know color gender it's diversity of perspectives and that's what Michigan state taught me is that people come from all walks of life and I got a chance to experience kids that came from suburbs to the inner city to metropolitan area it like I mean you got to experience everything and so for me it was understanding it and I got blessed to go to Lansing eastern which is basically like the United Nations I mean that's what high school I went to and to understand like lost boys from Sudan like that propelled me into Michigan state where I understood that man everybody is different and I love to hear the uniqueness of people in their thought process and why they think the way that they do want to understand where they're coming from so Michigan state really brought in that perspective from high school to college and the principles that what was learned through football and just resiliency and accountability and you know I I tell myself waking up at five in the morning doing winter condition of never complain again about having a job thank you go through that and throwing up with coach Manny you're never going to complain about anything moving forward and so you talk about what it taught me man it gave me love my foundation for life they really did connect with Caleb Thornhill on Twitter at K. T. under score player engage I'm just at the point my life where I.

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"ross white" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

12:29 min | 10 months ago

"ross white" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"Hey everybody welcome back to rocks across the pond it is a curling podcast. My name is Ryan McGee coming to you from Richmond Virginia and joining me from Southampton England. Welcome back our very own professor of Peel Dr Dr Jonathan Haber Kroft Jonathan. I haven't talked to you in like a month more than more than a month a month ago. I was in Canada so I've been. I've been on the road a lot. Yeah so this is my first week back and it was a hard week back. Very tired had had an amazing time but wall behind on work behind stuff at the home front so and really really tired so gotta get caught up on a bunch of non curling things unfortunately right now we have a lot to talk about is we have not talked in over a month. I've missed you thanks. I thought I thought it was fired. After the last podcast good it was pretty good job. He you did awesome man taught him well. Yeah yeah he's he's got a future in media of some sort and it was awesome. Talking to Rob Rob is really good. I would love to have him back on on the show. I'm sure yeah. He was very enthusiastic the he was tipped off about our podcast. Not For me. But as soon as he heard at than he's he said he wanted to be on the podcast. So what did I write. So what did I do. He actually sounded very cordial with me and he was awesome on the show. What was he mad angry and he just him and his wife actually founder podcast holiday? I think it sounds weird if people are talking about you on podcast and you know. He's not Rachel Homan level right right so you're like professional antigone talking. You WanNA podcast. Is You know you're just used to middle. Don't like it but you kind of accepted it goes to the job but for someone who's not on TV in the slams every weekend It's probably a little bit weird. We messed up. He joined your team. That's true so anyone with me you're going to get talked about on this podcast. Let's have people sign waivers of some sort. Yeah you you need to let them know that you're going to be talked about on a podcast if you if you play with with you. Is that a perk or a drawback eh drop hetch so I guess on the podcast and in and rip knee. That was awesome so that seemed to happen. I was gone Felix. Did a great job of just tearing into you. I couldn't really get rob to to talk honestly about you as as I would have liked. I tried but he was he he he took the high road to the hiring older. Bradford it wiser. So how's that triple start there. How with how was your time in the Wilderness in Ontario with just just a bunch should do in a in a in a cabin in the woods? How was that good? Greg's family owns a really nice. I'd say it's more of a lake house than a cabinet. It's not that rustic. It's pretty don on up but it's been the family for a couple of generations on a lake near Perth Ontario. So beautiful spot I got up in the morning and you see the loons in the lake and clear stars up on top and there are a bit played. Some board games drank some mm-hmm. We tried Darah Ontario wine which was interesting some icewind which was really good. I bought a bottle of Wayne. Gretzky wine 'cause why not it was it was decent. So yeah so you told me that this was so this was your first. I Canadian cash spiel since win Cat Well Alright permanent you said I I think it's the first time I played in a WCTC event in Canada since for a probably twenty years. I mean I did play W. You see T.. Stuff when I was in Saint Paul now March but I play like one or two kind of you curl Musab your duluth or Saint Paul like one of the local Minnesota or Wisconsin. Johnson spills a year with a team. That was going into club. Play downs or something like that. What is your first employee in a Canadian? WCTC since ninety the eight yeah and back and back then this is how the teen was. I would say it was more aspirational back than than it is now like it was just. I was back when it was kind of seen as this like Arne Asham at Luca which sales pitch like. They just managed to get the players wires championship on TV mid to late nineties and the controversy back van was some cash feels around the Montreal. Area we're going W. C. T.. And Jacking up the entry fees and some other kind of more traditional. Ones didn't WanNa do that and they didn't WanNa pay any fees to WCTC so this is kind of early days of WCTC and we're actually being a little bit controversial back then. Some people thought that wasn't in the true spirit of curling so But we'll put play a couple of we play like Saint Lambert we play. We're going into auto play one one or two a year. So what. What are the biggest differences between gene late nineties? WCTC events and the ones in now we are in the year of our Lord Two Thousand Nineteen which by the way the span in between Your Two W. C. T. events that span Was Old enough to drink. That's true big the biggest okay. I'll tell you the biggest difference I remember. I never playing in one in Saint Lambert late nineties and there was a team for the Czech Czech Republic. I still still think that separated already by ninety eight ninety seven when we did this and A team from the US and both feet or national teams just got smoke. Smoke like three and out and I didn't even go the distance this time. National teams are really good so like Ross White was there. This couple of Japanese team's morale was kind of on a sheet next to us In one of them I think it was Yamaguchi in the other Can't remember uh-huh good quality. Good Quality Japanese teams I still like the Canadian team. Especially in the Ontario spills were still kind of good competitive teams but they may have a drink after game. The international teams are all there to do business. Most of them were paid fulltime to curl whereas for a lot of the top tier slam teams from Canada. Weren't playing in these events but So some some pretty good teams next year down at say but but there's a little bit more social The national ones were all there with a coach. They were doing laps. Around the rink they went out drinking much turf at all. So The flip from international teams not being good international teams being strong in the fields difference The intensity and professionalism. It's a big difference. The car you have ice is a lot better. I'd say You know obviously there's five Rockford guards now there's only three back back then so things. Different things are different so there was a little bit of social aspect in some camaraderie. Are there I mean this was this was a tier two event. I guess but there was a little bit of teams getting together after the game. Because I've heard other people say that one one of the things that they've noticed with The W the big time. WCTC events is that does not exist anymore whereas it might have ten years ago so depends on you buy com broderie like. I think people would have a beer after the game or may be too if they were not gonna for it but it it it. Wasn't you know there wasn't big party on Saturday night. Like a lot of the old spills back in the ninety s uh-huh basically defacto losers party. On Saturday night there wasn't added onto these bonds. If you're out you're just packed up and left And those parties to be pretty big going. I'd say depending on the team I think especially in Ontario a bit like Scotland the norm of having a drink with your opponent after the game is still pretty firmly entrenched So that you still have that. But it wouldn't be people getting plastered. It'd be like one drink may be too if you have another game that day. Well let's go them which is definitely less than it was but still people Chit Chit chatting and sitting down kind of thing. I mean I think that I think that's you know happy medium. I don't think you need to get plastered. No not not at a that. You're paying that much money to be a part of it's it's different. It's different if you're paying a hundred bucks for the Kansas City Bondsteel in an attempt to eat and drink thank you your money back then putting up a decent amount of of money to get into one of these bigger spills that actually has points tied to it. Yeah and I think the different teams are trying to different things. That was the other thing that was kind of interesting. And obviously some of the top competitive fifteenth like Ross White who he played. WHO's in both the seals? They're clearly trying to bank enough points to try to get the slams if not this year than by next year. I think there's a pretty good chance they will. They're pretty strong team out of Scotland and Who was saying for the Japanese teams We played against Mike Formulas team and their goal was try to get enough points to qualify for the pre-trials. They felt that the wreck interested. Trials was unlikely but try to grab one of those was pretrial spots was was kind of their goal. So and we're going pretty hard on the circuit this year. Yeah Yeah Yeah Nice. Yeah and uh-huh through facebook so yeah it's not well you haven't been on. You spent like four years off of facebook and that's true too so I think people remember me your memorable person Jonathan. I guess so. I mean it's like crying. Lang was really small so In a lot of weird ways with Rob Robin I just showed up at his door to get a ride to Eh Kitchener Waterloo Dave our first game and in the ride from the airport to pick up the other guys we kind of made three connections like basically one degree of separation connections through curling saw. Was You know the curling world is that small and then you guys You did okay okay. Did you get. Did you guys like you said your goals were kind of just to get used to playing with each other. I think. Did you think you Over our first game our first game I fully day before but Greg and James Flu in that afternoon and Adultery Funny Starbuck Greg on a sec but so they were basically had been out for twenty or twenty two hours at a time. The game started right. They totally jet lagged out of it so I was just like that first game is going to be a write off. Plus they hadn't curled. I haven't been on the ice at all since like April so it's Kinda going and cold with a new team. Totally jet lagged actually.

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"ross white" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"ross white" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Rancho Cordova Sacramento. Radio. I'm Brian peers US Senate is packing a major prison reform Bill. The first step back was overwhelmingly passed in the Senate Tuesday house passed a similar version of the Bill in may. And we'll take up the Senate version this week. President Trump supports the Bill that expands job training other prison programs designed to keep released prisoners from returning White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders is not saying much about the delay in sentencing for former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. Delay is something between general Flynn and the courts talking with reporters yesterday and echoing President Trump Sanders suggested that Flynn was duped by FBI agents. And the Trump administration is reversing a policy that requires extensive background checks on adults living with sponsors of migrant children. The department of health and human services said to stand at the policy of fingerprinting alz who live with the sponsors was increasing the time migrant children spent in government custody Ryan piers NBC News Radio President Trump will attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, next month, secretary of the treasury, Steven Mnuchin will lead the delegation that will also include secretary of state, Mike Pompeo secretary of commerce Wilbur Ross White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says the presidential entourage will also include homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen senior adviser and first daughter, Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, another top White House adviser. He president also attended the event last year. Mark Mayfield NBC. Newsradio. Aaa says fuel prices will continue to drop as they have been for the last ten weeks. This week's report shows a monthly decline is twenty six cents a gallon amid of and another gas buddy report says prices have fallen to their lowest since hurricane Harvey in two thousand nineteen at Atlanta medicine who fled the Fulton County courthouse before being convicted on rape and child molestation has now been caught. Authorities say forty five year old Don Martin took off after five days of testimony in his absence. Martin was sentenced to life in prison plus twenty years for sexually assaulting a little girl from the age of seven until she was thirteen Martin was arrested by Bahamian police at Lynden Pindling international airport newspaper there reports season native of the Bahamas and is expected to be extradited back to the US to serve his sentence. Mark Woolsey NBC News Radio Atlanta, Star Wars. Filmmaker George Lucas is the wealthiest celebrity in America this year, he tops the twenty eighteen Forbes list with a net worth of five. Point four billion dollars. Filmmaker Steven Spielberg comes in Sackett with three point seven billion followed by TV producer and former talk show host Oprah Winfrey will two point eight billion former NBA player, Michael Jordan.

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"ross white" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"ross white" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Justice reform Bill has cleared. The Senate the first step act passed overwhelmingly on Tuesday and leaders in the house say that they will pick up the Bill this week. President Trump supporter of the bipartisan measure supporters say the changes passed in the Senate would make America's criminal Justice system. Fairer, reduce overcrowding and save taxpayer dollars mostly drug and non violent offenders will benefit from the Bill, but it only covers federal prisoners which make up less than ten percent of the US prison population. The Bill expands job training and other prison programs designed to keep released inmates from returning to prison. That's Matt cook reporting. A federal judge is delaying sentencing for former national security adviser, Michael Flynn charge. Emmet Sullivan accepted a recommendation for delay from government, lawyers and defense attorneys plan is reportedly so cooperating and the ongoing Russia probe. He pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about contacts with a top Russian official during the. Presidential transition cars are rolling through the tunnel. Elon Musk says can reduce traffic congestion in Los Angeles. At least for one night on Tuesday night, the CEO of tesla and SpaceX showed off the ten million dollar test tunnel is boring company built in LA in a series of tweets musk showed a tesla model X fitted with gear that guides the car between elevators at each end of the tunnel. Where it drives back onto the road. Must says the equipment will be available as an aftermarket add on for two hundred to three hundred dollars musk has said his underground highway will be able to safely move electric cars at more than one hundred fifty miles an hour. That's Ryan Pierce reporting. If at first you don't succeed space x will try once again today to launch its first national security mission for the US air force. The company was supposed to launch its falcon nine rocket from Cape Canaveral air force station, Tuesday, but scrub the launch because of a faulty reading ought to censor. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. President Trump will attend the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzer. Next month secretary of the treasury, Steven Mnuchin will lead the delegation that will also include secretary of state, Mike Pompeo secretary of commerce Wilbur Ross White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says the presidential entourage will also include homeland security secretary. Here's the Nielsen senior adviser, I Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, another top White House adviser president also attended the event last year. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio. Aaa says fuel prices will continue to drop as they have been for the last ten weeks. This.

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"ross white" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"ross white" Discussed on WJR 760

"Right here on seven sixty w j are all it is looming. Gonna be yet another great till you're Spartans playing host to the boiler makers of Perdue. Meanwhile, it is time for the very popular player spotlight. If I say, so myself happy to have with us, the fine senior safety Matt Morrissey. Matt how are you? I'm doing well. Thank you for having me to you. Does that sound odd? Matt senior safety. Boy, I'll tell you what the time is just flown by it really has. Yeah. It's pretty crazy. Just thinking to myself. I got three more opportunities here at Spartan stadium is a definite pretty crazy to say. But I'm excited to get out there and have a great game this weekend. Well, let's just not ignore the elephant in the room. Matt disappointment on the banks of the red cedar a week ago. The in state robbery did not go as planned how difficult is it? Matt you guys clearly sky high for that. But yet you've got another great team coming in difficult to stop the engine. Turn it back on again. Yeah. I mean, it's always tough when you get a loss like that. I mean, we lost the northwestern. You know, we had to get off the mat and Baxter kind against the wall had to go play at Penn State, and we got the job done. And I think we have to do the same thing again this week after that game last week rafted bounce back. And you know, we've got a great team coming in. And Purdue, you know, a lot of offensive weapons and firepower that our defense is going to have to be ready. And I think we have a great game plan for this week. And I think we've gotta go out there and execute the one thing I know about Mark dantonio is this in his twelfth year when things have not gone right for this Spartan team under his leadership. If there is a guy that is able to right, the ship almost instantly. I mean, I haven't played football in a while. No need to get into how long that's been mad. When you hear coach can Tonio talk when it comes to adversity. I wanna put a helmet on. I really do. Definitely. I mean, he's a great leader. He always gets his ready for every game. No matter who were playing, and I think, you know, being able to play under him the last five years, it's definitely easy to be able to get up and get ready for for every single game. When you run out there. So he's a great leader. And a great guy. I know believable coach I'm looking at the injury report for our Spartans going into this till the boiler makers there, Matt and holy mackinaw. Holy. It has been one of those seasons. No, excuses fact, but the thing about injuries feel bad for those who are affected, but it usually means opportunity for others. Definitely. Yeah. I mean, it's not it's never good. When you got a lot of guys injured. But you know, like, we always say, it's just the next guy up. And you know, we all come here for a reason. And you know, you got a lot of scholarship guys walk on guys that you know, are ready for that opportunity. And I think we'll have a lot of guys step up on the next coming weeks. And I'm excited to see those guys, you know, make the most of their opportunities Purdue a formidable foe all of a sudden they dropped the first three games of this season. Matt next thing, you know, they're on this four game win streak in that process. They dismantle the Ohio State buckeyes one week ago. You take a look at what they're doing offensively. They're averaging forty one point eight points five hundred nine and a half yards of total offense during that streak. You guys are gonna have to be on your toes here. Definitely. Yeah. They got a great offense coming in defenders playing well as well. And I think their quarterback, you know, I think it's something like I in the big time these last four. Weeks. And I always say they got some dynamic playmakers running back and some of their receivers. So. Yeah. Like, I said earlier we're gonna have to make sure to execute our game plan and come out there and be ready to go and be ready for a dogfight mad at last word. You were a finance major. Is that still deal? That is correct. Yes. All right. What I've done is have assembled ten stocks. I'm gonna mention Mt. Let me know if I should buy all, right? How's it going? It's going. Well, it's gone. Well, I got this last semester finishing up my minor. And then yeah, it'll be done. I'll be done here. But you can say which is pretty crazy to say. But it's been a it's been a great time here. All right. Looking forward to seeing your mom and dad, Jim and Amy and as Spartan nation knows your dad a four year Letterman right here in east Lansing earning. First team all big ten honors as a linebacker as a senior great conversation. One of those guys just want to have a beer with and talk about the old days there. Correct. Love that he'd love that. All right, Matt. We appreciate your time. Thanks for all. You've brought to the table during your time here in east Lansing, still, sir. A lot of football to go mad again. Thank you so much. Yes. There had appreciated. Thank you for having me. All right. That is the senior safety Matt Morrissey. Love the way he plays the game sideline to sideline as they say. That dog will hunt. All right. Don't go away. We've got more of the auto owners insurance tailgate show coming up for you here on seven sixty WJR. And as promised, I've got the beer, and I've got dad Jim Morrissey had my favorite. Crack it open, sir. Not yet. How's everything going? Steve. Thanks for having me walk. Congratulations on a great young, man. I love talking to Matt. And love the way he plays the game. And we were talking before going on, Jim. Amazing. You got your beautiful family here. How quickly the five years has gone really has just talking to Matt. And how seems like yesterday he came in as a freshman came into a great group of guys great team, right coaches. And it's been that way off all five years. So he's he's excited to get going again and get the get the team going. So I'm looking for a great game today. You know, when you played at this level here at Michigan state. You had a great career went onto the National Football League had some great years including some darn good years with the bears. Are you the type of father that would? Give mat- some advice along the way. Or were you take its own course. I think he took his own course, he took his own course. The only thing I say is like, you know, I kind of have a say in every before every game or before I talked on during the week. I said play fast play aggressive. That's a lot of good things happen when you play fast play aggressive, obviously, we're all gonna make mistakes. But if you make him at a full speed, I mean coach dick saying it all the time. He was you know, if you're if you're going at a fast low when you practice at a fast on you're comfortable with that. Then good things can happen. Just watching Matt play during these years here in east Lansing one thing. I think about him is no regrets. Right. Because it seems as though he gives everything he's got gaming game out. And what else can a coach ask for right? And it's just a group of guys that he's with. I mean, he wants to give his best effort because everybody else around them giving their best effort and a great guys, and they all get along. Great. In the coaching in meeting rooms and stuff like that. They're all root for each other does no really. Really? Someone not rooting for the other guy. It's they're all together. They all work as one, and it's great to have contributions from so many, you know, better than anybody gymnast that injuries are part of this great game of football. We have had our share. We have this particularly here. But that's where Mark dantonio does such a great job that you know, what knows 'cuse while it is fact that the the list is long. You've got to step up. Somebody somebody you're doing that. And believe it or not. That's how I got my opportunity house a sophomore here, and we had two or three linebackers get hurt. And then they called me, and I was able to make the most of my opportunities. So that I'm hoping that a lot of the players step up today and take advantage of it always at the gym bag. Thank you your daughter. Of course played basketball here. There's no athletes in a family. Yeah. Oh, good. Great Sandia Matt's dad with us here. And that's gonna just about wrap things up. Some folks the thank Danielle back at the golden tower. Great job as always Ray, Tamplin, engineering it here our own Ross white. Thank you so much there Ross and executive producer could not do it without her and Thomas, we've got some football coming your way will team and company out next for everybody. Steve Courtney here saying so long while we've got your Spartans the boiler makers, and let me just close by saying this, go green. WJR traffic is sponsored by.

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"ross white" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"ross white" Discussed on WJR 760

"And the best odds ever to win four million dollars. But hurry tickets are going fast Steve Courtney here and right now, we're going to turn things over to our colleague, Mr Ross white. He is as usual around campus. I'm Russ wait for the MS. You WJR tailgate show last night MSU celebrated its empower extraordinary campaign. Murdy Hieaux is MS US Vice President for university advancement press. We had such a terrific. Celebrate. We were able to celebrate with over seven hundred donors who attended from all over the country to come and celebrate Michigan State University and the success of the empower extraordinary campaign and empower extrordinary explain what that is. What was it? What it does it continue to be well for the last seven years, we have been campaigning with our alumni and friends and corporations and foundations to raise much needed money here at Michigan State University. And what were some of the goals of the campaign? Some of the girls first of all it was to raise one point five billion dollars for necessary. Student scholarships faculty positions research and several new buildings and I'm really excited to say that we exceeded that one point five billion dollar goal. And currently we're at and. Announced yesterday one point seven five six billion, and what's really exciting is of that money, while some of it certainly is pledged and some of it is in deferred giving which are wills and trusts and estates over one billion is cash coming in to be immediately used here at Michigan state and really focus on the people. Right. The students with a lot of scholarship money. The endowed faculty is just so impressive. That's what drives this place. That is what drives this place in will drive. This place for many many years in the future. So we have exceeded a goal to create over three thousand students scholarships by almost five hundred and each of those are providing in excess of five thousand dollars per student. That's extraordinary. We also had a goal to create a hundred new endowed faculty positions, and I'm so excited. That's that's an extraordinary goal as well. We exceeded that. So our total is a one hundred and four brand new endowed faculty positions, and I'm also pleased to say that twenty three of those faculty members are already in place and doing just extraordinary work in mardi. Why is it so important for a place like Michigan State University to have private fundraising? We all know that public institutions have over the years begin to decrease in their state appropriations, and of course, more students require additional support and additional faculty to teach and budgets are set. So private funding provides that margin of excellence and gives us over and above what the state can help support in what student fees can help support. So in public institutions, the private fund fundraising just makes all the difference in the world mardi. What is your message for all our donors who are helping with this excellence? Well, first of all just a tremendous. Thank you. We couldn't do this without them. It requires every alum, and every friend of the institution and all of the corporations and foundations that we're in partnership with just from us to them. Thank you. You for what they have given of themselves in their time their talent in their treasures and Murray. You really just getting reacclimated you are a Spartan you've been in these fundraising positions before it MSU, but sort of what attracted you back as you continue to settle in. What you will you be looking forward to well, first of all what attracted me to come back. It is my alma mater, and I'll always be a Spartan. And it's just such an incredible opportunity for me who retired eighteen months ago, truly retired to be able to come back. And if if I can give a little bit to help at this time in terms of my talent, I'm happy to do that. I think what I'm looking forward to the most russes after spending thirty years here and really growing up at Michigan State University, not only graduating. But then my career was here. It's reacquainting with so many staff, and so many faculty that I worked with and new and. Really respected. And then it's been just unbelievable reconnecting with the donors so many people that over the last nine years, I've kind of lost touch with. And it's just like, I never left. So it's been really great being back. One of the other messages. I think I would say is that even though we had an appreciation event and several events we dedicated to new buildings, but we also want everybody to realize that even though we celebrated donors this campaign is going to run until December thirty first, and so I'll gifts will count between now and the end of December. So if you're thinking about being part of the campaign, we'd love to have you give that's Michigan State University. Vice president for university advancement, Murdy Hieaux for more. Visit empower dot MSU dot EDU. I'm Russ white for the MSU WJR tailgate show. All right Ross. Thank you very much. Much here. We are at the auto owners insurance tailgate show leading you up to the backyard brawl coming up shade past noon here on the banks of the red, cedar. Where else would you rather be really that Batman Steve Courtney here and something else on the horizon, of course, election day, and we are happy to have with us. Now, the fine attorney general and gubernatorial hopeful Mr. Bill Schutte and his running mate, Lisa Posthumus Lyons. How are you folks? Beautiful day in east Lansing, great to have you here with us. Terrific here. It's a beautiful day every day when you play at the Spartan stadium is seventy two degrees and a slight breeze. So it's gonna be a great game today. Well, you two were put on the water committee and you've come through so far. Well, you know, it's right now, it's cool crisp. And I'm hoping it just stays way for police throughout throughout the game. But everyone's got the rain Garin, and listen everyone's prepared. It's a sign of things to come for the next seventeen days for November six Lisa judging by your attire. I know who you're pulling for today. Oh, all the way, go light. Yup. Pro-dole on this, Mr. attorney general. Well, listen at Lisa is our bona fide Spartan went here and tremendous tremendous Lieutenant governor now I didn't go to Michigan or Michigan state. So I follow coaches and quarterbacks, but I th and we have two great coaches and dantonio in Harbaugh and. The two quarterbacks. Laura Peterson a really terrific. But I think in the end, I think this Spartans come out on top and let the records indicated this juncture, and by golly, I've got Mike. So I'll say coach dantonio intrigue in Michigan say that again coach dantonio Satan three against the university coach, he's quite a guy. He's quite a guy. Well, you know, what we've got quite a state here. Mr. attorney general don't have to tell you that. And I would put fall in our great state up against any others. And I know you've got some big things going on right now. And the moment is almost here on election day, you've covered this day. Well, all you down we have and we're seventeen days from election day and the real question for Michigan. Is you go forward or go backwards? We don't want to go backwards. We've seen one failed governorship and the lost decade of fifteen percent. Unemployment five hundred thousand lost jobs and people left the state in droves. We're going to build on the success of the last eight years, Lisa Posthumus Lyons, and I built shooting and have the state go from good to great. That's our mission. That's what will accomplish. All right Bill. Thank you so much. We appreciate it. Lisa. You'll go green go. Why? All right there. You have Mr. Bill Schutte, Lisa Posthumus Lyons. Joining us here on the auto owners insurance tailgate show, and let's get a quick moment. In with our finds food people, shall we? Happy to have with us Alex Terranova carrying McGee. They have brought it look like roast, beef, sliders Alice. It was not it wasn't it Italian beef sandwich. One of our newer items in the stadium, and we'll our wonderful chef Kerry speak about that. What was the inspiration for that little dish? So we launched that a few years ago actually like three years ago, I believe in kind of take on Chicago style beef. I'll meet to order they trap it up. But some Jordan era on top some our signature cheese sauce and still issues. We have a few different types Agata, Meatball sub out there too. We got Italian sausage with beef and jerk sauce, and now wait a minute should've brought that. Trolling jarred narrow around willy nilly for those who don't know Jordan areas. Just what is it? It's delicious. So it's it's actually a spicy pickled veg. It kind of brings that that special something that little trick. Yeah. It is a kick. So well, Alex Kerry, thank you so much as. We appreciate it. Our crew absolutely look forward to each and every week. The great work. All right there. We have Alex Terranova as well as Carey McGee from the fine MSU concessions department here. Nobody believe you mean, nobody does it better. All right back to the golden tower. We go get another commute here to beautiful east Lansing, and for that here is Cory more. Good morning. Live for a slowdown along Jefferson avenue as you make your way between revert and Mt Elliott that's do. Today's Detroit Free Press five K race event and expect delays on ten mile road. Just after on down to Hilton wrote there and Royal Oak traffic slow there because of the harvest days event taking place today for construction around town to seventy five southbound crews are working just after seven mile. They've blocked off two of your lanes. I'm.

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"ross white" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

AM 590 The Answer

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ross white" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

"Say something pass ross white type well i think you know the bible that speak about all warnings does warn against those would lead others into sin and one of the points that was mentioned is adulterous woman it says feet are close to hell or lead to hell that's the ultimate destiny of those who follow that line and that way of living and thinking yeah yeah yeah i've i've had experience unfortunately with that the one of the problems five or proper seven pop up a husband goes on a long trip and then the wife brings another man and then you don't hear anything else about the hudson yeah well it's kind of like this this is telling us something about like potter vers wife know he was away on business and she was trying to seduce joseph and so it's the same same thing actually yep i'm still looking this up i know i know i know it's there and sometimes when you go from one translation to another that says proverbs twenty two the mouth of an immoral woman is a deep pit proverbs twenty three twenty seven for a heart deep hit and let me see here there's proverbs five three it may be the one you're looking for for the lips of a forbidden woman drip honey hitter speech is smoother than oil but the end she's bitter as wormwood sharp is a two edged sword her feet go down to death is that the one you're thinking about yeah we'll see go down death her steps lay hold of the hell i think that's the one that's probably five five i guess i have a question as you like like that he controlled by war well it's not the spirit of god you know here's here it's proverbs seven is when you're looking for in proverbs seven it talks about oh let me see i.

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"ross white" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"ross white" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

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"ross white" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"ross white" Discussed on WJR 760

"Ross white for msu today employers will face tough competition for talent in the twenty seventeen eighteen job market thanks to a seven year growth streak in the college labor market according to michigan state university's recruiting trends the largest annual survey of employers in the nation this year's graduates will enter one of the longest sustained periods of job growth which puts them at an advantage says phil gardner survey author and director of ms us collegiate employment research institute this year's another good year i mean we're on a roll we've been on a roll this is the eighth year in a row where we've seen opportunities continue to increase in i said the last four minute double digits it's unheard of since we started trans forty seven years ago in nobody you know that goes back further than that since we'll we'll we've had this long of a sustained late labor market and it's even gone carried over into the national market we've been fortunate we recovered a little bit faster than the national market but again commentary on the on my does it follow the bigger labor market evolves say we're now we're in new territory because we've never had a sustained growth without a downturn and you know we're looking was we look ahead we see a couple more years before you know we might have to be more cautious assuming no black swans from washington dc fueled by turnover and company growth gardner says hiring is expected to increase nineteen percent driven by a fifteen percent increase for bachelor's degrees and forty percent for associate's degrees well it's just a number of factors have come together and all at once one is we just had continual growth particularly in small medium sized companies it often doesn't capture the imagination of the of the national media and stuff as they focus on the on the fortune five hundred companies but a lot of growth there and even among the bigger companies there's been there's been steady growth recovering what's happened is nobody's a lot of people had growth and then they deferred hiring in waited because he didn't want to add people not knowing with certainty or what they wanted to do and so they've come in and surges to hire and now we pass that and we've just got regular hiring the other big factory as turnovers been really high if maybe slowed down of weight but it's it's been very high in.

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"ross white" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"ross white" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i'm tim mcguire earlier today white house press secretary sarah sanders said president trump believes is too soon be ellegation against alabama gop senate candidate roy more should force him from the race but however the present ossa believes that hit these allegations are true judge more will do the right thing setaside morales's sean hannity show he's the victim of a democratic party smeared it never happened never happen aired obviously you don't wait forty years to bring to the washington post reported yesterday one woman says she had a sexual encounter with more when he was in his thirties and she was fourteen three other women say also pursued them when they were teenagers head of the company that did some work for the trump campaign contacted wikileaks my grassi has more chief executive of the data firm that worked for the trump presidential campaign says his company reached out to wikileaks last year about obtaining emails related to democrat hillary clinton speaking at the web summit technology conference in lisbon portugal alexander next the ceo of cambridge analytica said the request in early june 2016 was turned out two weeks edita's wikileaks had claimed at least publish clinton emails next also said his country nothing to do with any russian meddling in the election mike rossio washington highway surveillance voted shows the magdeburg to a deadly shooting involving officers on a busy 955 in providence rhode island yesterday to police chief hugh clements says the video shows the driver of a pickup truck tag them police gia was ramming other cars before police opened fire while lessons going on providence police officers of broadcasting shots fired the vehicle is trying to run them over hitting other cause in rocking back and forth the driver was killed a female passenger was injured by pete radio news a tearful meeting at the mayo clinic for two people linked by a face transplant willie ross white house meeting any it has finally given me closure andy sanders put a rifle below his chin in late two thousand six and pulled the trigger.

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"ross white" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ross white" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"Welcome to the other episode of the hoop site podcast my name is alex kennedy and joining me today is ross white royce how you doing great briefly forever let me thank you so much for jumping on for those of you who don't know roy or don't know what he's been up to lately he was the sixteen th overall pick in the two thousand twelve nba draft by the houston rockets recently he's been playing in the national basketball league of canada where he averaged twenty one points eleven rebounds six assists last year he won the league mvp award led the london late into the title in their winningest season in team history royce you've been very busy lately been do really well and canada what's that experience print like obviously we're going to get into your nba journey and you know everything that kind of happen some of the misconceptions about you because i feel like there's a lot of that out there about you but i wanna start off with this canada experience uh what did you decide to play in canada what to the experience been like uh you know it was it was the opportunity i came it was presented to me do my asian it to the people that you know i i lean ought to explore my basquoe opportunities year in and year out uh and when i got up here and i met the people i met my coach installment of players already play in you know just felt ready to felt like like it was the right uh situation and it was the right culture the city of london uh had a great vibes to remind me a lot of a midwest town in a in the state and uh from there was history man i i got out of fear and we started to get to work you know we started to chase that wolf is was our team all year and uh we call it that will affect the arrestees in uh this this past season you know we broke lot records while the way we had a lot of fun as well.

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"ross white" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"ross white" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Is if you literally people talk about ross white hard work you liberty can put your pinky finger on the rear sight and pull the slide back with that with that on the whole thing without starting it much energy at all because the spring is light and they're just easy to work they were from officially gap you to ninety that's a really nice pass to yeah i i and a lot of people talk about the people thirty eight and i mean it it tonight and that emmanuel cheaper i work out a gun for some and are nine and and whenever where out of them i'm like all man i don't get the so one of those are they you know yeah you know what i mean one to bring it the people and it's just not real popular for some reason not about the q nine because they can i want to go up nine millimetres and i want to come in that size and our with the two time year and just maybe there and it walks up there oh my god that's there's no you know the the good luck people all over the world that they're just going what did you see there's not about up early but five but around to mike you ninety end yeah the trigger longer in will that heavier that trigger it taught me a lot about shooting it made me letter shot with money record fired again and now what what really meeting other your work tell me what have actually made you better shooter yeah they didn't disappoint yourself a little bit speaker the how long the trickle is if you work on be an accurate with that you do another very well repetitive motion hundred times to be able to move up in the quicker you know each time in it just i don't know what this you know but because it is a down and just say hey if we didn't a player this there this you know you've got to get up and be that that with that longer and heavier exactly it's a great point appreciate you bring it up is a great point the gun actually told him to be a better shooter est on the site stayed on the trigger pressure in the gun through don't try to try and the shot just pull the trigger.

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"ross white" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"ross white" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

"That are hot are we just really require re combinations the skills in in kids using their academic majors in unique and racing take advantage sees opportunistic and create their own hot shots gardner caution students however that despite that job market it's imperative they start thinking about their employment future when they're fresh meant students and haven't prepared well to that total for your experience an air rushing at the and the put down their job search that haven't really hand experience is in the in a professional setting whether it's internships this is not away remark issue up to its have got my degree worse my job i mean you still have to earn their it you get the door open but you still have to on the right to go with it take to get that position and and and and the sad thing is in this labor market they're not get they'll just take will go bag it that's missing come back to a slater kids hat get a really a have initially they were the they're resilient they've had experiences they go out and prepare themselves are going to be well received in this market you're going to do well sometimes i just like to go around a kick about and won't give the percentage because it's more than half just a swift kicking that dear ear because they just need to get go monday dissed his these opportunities passing and i can get me get search for michigan state university's recruiting trends for more i'm ross white for the and this w jamie our tailgate show.

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"ross white" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"ross white" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

"I didn't think mark antonio would be able command and women thirty six games in three years i thought he would be an upgrade and be a solid guys and they could won eight games a year but to do what they've done to be the only goal in the country to be in the top six the past three years of the four straight ball wins to be the only coach and big ten history to have five eleven or greater win seasons in a span of six years no one could have seen that coming but we tell you why it how it happened i do think that's a prevailing theme you know the fact that year you do this with people and i think through various stories of various people to this book he see how that translates into this kind of success but i certainly could not of seen coming either and you know you talk about mark dantonio but his status the kid's day recruit will win a case on a more college time is so the whole thing at michigan state i think that's all ribs in the book as well and look this is this is the golden age and i think we've done a good job of sort of explaining why an this book the book is titled the perfect ten and it's written by jakob wing and joe rex road i'm ross white for the msu w jr tailgate show down alright rush thank you very much well done as always jack doubling of course sell always hanging around nice to see jaw rex wrote he is now or columnist for the tennessean and rust able to catch up with an ease in town well he was for a last weekend's disappointing lions titans tilt now if you're in the market for a great new vehicle parkway chrysler dodged keep graham americas number one volume dealer offered you the best opportunity save thousands part ways inventory of over twenty seven hundred new vehicles.

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"ross white" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"ross white" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

"That's sc each you p an shoe panned dot com i'm ross white for greening of the great lakes since we begin greening of the great lakes in two thousand and eight we've witnessed significant progress in such areas alternative energy cradled a credible technologies land wider an air resource management sustainable tourism and agricultural systems and even green building but we still have a law on way to go in solving some of the pressing problems associated with issues like climate change buyout diversity was invasive fawn in florida greenhouse gas emissions into production the inevitable increasing the world's population will continue to put on president of pressure honor eco systems and it is there for incumbent upon each of us tuesday increasingly vigil and to vetting and the overarching goal of this program is to monitor the accomplishments and the challenges associated with creating a more so spain of a world by raising awareness fostering understanding an spring the actions necessary to leave our planet richer in hope in health and happiness for our children our grandchildren and beyond i jason stapleton here are you interested in political top without all the rhetoric you can find it all my podcast the jason stapleton program we give five star ratings for my teams because i keep it simple straight talk about the issues without the left or right leanings and bloated opinions jason stapleton program is about american individual as liberty oriented discussions and the clarity to thank for yourself go to new liberty talk dot com and listen now that's new liberty talk dot com.

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"ross white" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"ross white" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

"I'm ross white for greening of the great lakes michigan state university alumnus mark shoe pan is ceo of shoe pan then son is you may be most comeau here with the company's shoe penn recycling division as there green recycling ben's are prevalent at spartan athletics ben us partnership with will michigan state isn't in the beginning we got pretty much involved in helping come to establish a greater recycling programs specially for the during the game gameday and that's time one the theyve grown nicely and for also this a true partnership a lot of things that we do are from four schools around the state to promote recycling and more as a sore right thing to do the economic sometimes aren't always there but that part of our business is also grown great win last few years while there are ups and downs in the come out of these markets shoe can believes recycling is important and the right thing to do well i feel fortunate that a large part of our business this in the recycling area because you know we have one planet here and the idea if we can recycling and we can do the best we can to make sure the instead awaits that we have new products that he needed out of things up but the word we're we're doing this there's a slaying it once we have some t shirts as it's basically or less irse is not long to us we belong to earth the chiefs seattle when i really truly feel that when on the was another saying i'm not sure if i can remember was basically is we don't inherits a year of we'd when we borrow from mark shoulder and so.

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