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"tennessee florida" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I heard St Louis police captain David Dorn as he was guarding a friend's pawn shop is body found on a sidewalk early yesterday so far no arrests night time curfews seem to be helping police get a better handle on rioting and looting that has raged nightly over the past eight days New York City police arresting protesters on the streets after an eight o'clock curfew kicked in last night two point seven six million jobs lost last month the economic damage from the corona virus outbreak stretching into a third month the payroll company ADP reports businesses of let go of a combined twenty two point six million jobs since March the virus forced employers to shut our offices factories gyms and schools while demand for gasoline clothing airline tickets hotel rooms and restaurant meals quickly vanished the damage was concentrated in two sectors manufacturers cut seven hundred nineteen thousand jobs in may the trade transportation and utilities sector let go of eight hundred and twenty six thousand Arafat and Jeremy house president trump says GOP shopping for a new venue for this summer's Republican National Convention after north Carolina's governor said he could not guarantee a convention in Charlotte without coronavirus restrictions the president tweeted that Republicans are now forced to look elsewhere for a host city Mr trump in the RNC had been demanding that the convention be allowed to move forward with a full crowd and no face coverings this August the GOP governors of states including Tennessee Florida and Georgia had said they would be interested in hosting if North Carolina fell through Greg Clugston Washington looks like Wall Street will be opening higher in about a half hour right now Dow futures up two hundred twenty nine points S. and P. futures seventeen points higher more on these stories said town hall dot com the following is not an actor but a real life story from.

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:08 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on AP News

"President trump says this summer's Republican convention will not be held in North Carolina after all the president says he's looking for a new host state after North Carolina governor Roy Cooper a Democrat refused to guarantee the convention could be held in Charlotte without restrictions due to a coronavirus concerns Cooper told organizers the pandemic requires planning for a scaled down event with fewer people the president had been demanding a full house at Charlotte's spectrum center GOP governors in Tennessee Florida and Georgia had shown interest in hosting the convention if North Carolina fell through Sager made Connie Washington

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Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

"President trump says this summer's Republican convention will not be held in North Carolina after all the president says he's looking for a new host state after North Carolina governor Roy Cooper a Democrat refused to guarantee the convention could be held in Charlotte without restrictions due to a coronavirus concerns Cooper told organizers the pandemic requires planning for a scaled down event with fewer people the president had been demanding a full house at Charlotte's spectrum center GOP governors in Tennessee Florida and Georgia had shown interest in hosting the convention if North Carolina fell through Sager made Connie Washington

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Trump says governor has "forced" new convention location for RNC

Todd Schnitt

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Trump says governor has "forced" new convention location for RNC

"President trump says because the governor of North Carolina will not allow the Republican National Convention views in arena as originally planned Republicans will have to consider another state the whole the convention he's reportedly considering Tennessee Florida and Georgia earlier today governor Roy Cooper sent a letter to RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel telling her if you must plan for a scaled back

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Work every you go eight hi Lisa listen Arraf fox news in New York City in many cities around the country people out in force demanding justice for the family of George Floyd there are thousands of marchers protesting peacefully beginning here at Bryant park it was very much a different scene last night in actually because we built a bludger to extend the city wide curfew eight PM you will last until at least Sunday last night hundreds of looters split into multiple groups ransacking storefront in down iconic tourist and shopping districts from Macy's in Herald square to Fifth Avenue there are also multiple attacks on police the NYPD more than seven hundred arrests but today New York governor Andrew Cuomo criticized America's largest police force in the city's mayor what he characterized as an effective response socks is crying in his image and then Cuomo said the Blasi refused more help New York City has said they don't want or need the National Guard which would be a large scale support network that we could bring to New York City he says he thinks the Bastille underestimates the scope of the problem a police officer is on life support after being shot yesterday during a protest in the Las Vegas Strip the twenty nine year old officer was shot as police tried to disperse a large crowd of protesters in front of a casino shuddered because of the corona virus president trump says because the governor of North Carolina will not allow the Republican National Convention view is an arena as originally planned Republicans will have to consider another state the whole the convention he's reportedly considering Tennessee Florida and Georgia earlier today governor Roy Cooper sent a letter to RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel telling her if you must plan.

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:11 min | 3 months ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"On southern governors to get their economies back up and running outside the Alabama capital this week a few dozen protesters drove around demanding to get back to work Republican governor Kay Ivey has issued a stay at home order through April thirtieth paralegal Melissa Kirby from Athens Alabama says she's had enough I admire and respect governor ID but I think if she was worried about safety she could let the people who are actually in danger south Korean teen wash our hands more to force businesses to shut down that's not recall from inside the capitol IT says no one wants to open the economy more than she does but the state must first increase its testing capacity remember all my decisions it but I'm gonna make a based on data not desired date she's taking a more cautious approach the neighboring states Georgia Tennessee Florida and Mississippi where Republican governors are moving to reopen at least parts of their economies I think that we could be heading for a macabre game of whack a mole Thomas live east is dean of the school of public health and tropical medicine at Tulane University in New Orleans he worries that Louisiana an early hot spot for covert nineteen could see a resurgence in infection as surrounding states ease restrictions left the states from the south could coordinate the way the states in the northeast west in the upper Midwest are starting to do we're gonna have problems Livingston scribes what he calls a toxic mix of long standing policy decisions and population characteristics that already create an opportunity for a pandemic to rage in the south he points to high poverty rates large numbers of uninsured residents lower minimum wages and general health and well being measures the south is the epicenter for health inequities in this country we call the south the stroke belt you know higher rates of all chronic conditions conditions like high blood pressure diabetes obesity and kidney disease all showing up to be factors in Cobourg nineteen deaths another disturbing trend is the high proportion of cases and deaths among African Americans the early evidence of that is from Louisiana where the death toll has now surpassed that of hurricane Katrina in New Orleans there are clusters cases in predominantly black neighborhoods where people mostly work in the tourism industry virus has exposed the social and economic fragility of working families New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell you know families who do not earn a living wage to go without access to health care those who lack of social safety net so all of this is embedded in really what we're seeing southern states are also subject to natural disasters this month there have been deadly tornadoes and flash floods hurricane season starts June first and their spring flooding on the Mississippi River and the river town.

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:11 min | 3 months ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mounting on southern governors to get their economies back up and running outside the Alabama capital this week a few dozen protesters drove around demanding to get back to work Republican governor Kay Ivey has issued a stay at home order through April thirtieth paralegal Melissa Kirby from Athens Alabama says she's had enough I admire and respect governor ID but I think if she was worried about safety she could let the people who are actually in danger south Korean teen wash our hands more to force businesses to shut down that's not recall from inside the capitol ID says no one wants to open the economy more than she does but the state must first increase its testing capacity remember all my decisions but I'm gonna make a based on data not desired date she's taking a more cautious approach the neighboring states Georgia Tennessee Florida and Mississippi where Republican governors are moving to reopen at least parts of their economies I think that we could be heading for a macabre game of whack a mole Thomas live east is dean of the school of public health and tropical medicine at Tulane University in New Orleans he worries that Louisiana and early hot spot for covert nineteen could see a resurgence in infection as surrounding states ease restrictions left the states from the south ward may the way the states in the northeast west in the upper Midwest are starting to do we're gonna have problems Livy's describes what he calls a toxic mix of long standing policy decisions and population characteristics that already create an opportunity for a pandemic to rage in the south he points to high poverty rates large numbers of uninsured residents lower minimum wages and general health and well being measures the south is at the center for health inequities in this country we call the South stroke belt in higher rates of all chronic conditions conditions like high blood pressure diabetes obesity and kidney disease all showing up to be factors in Cobourg nineteen dats another disturbing trend is the high proportion of cases and deaths among African Americans the early evidence of that is from Louisiana where the death toll has now surpassed that of hurricane Katrina in New Orleans there are clusters of cases in predominantly black neighborhoods where people mostly work in the tourism industry virus has exposed the social and economic fragility of working families New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell you know families who do not earn a living wage to go without access to health care those who lack of social safety net so all of this is embedded in really what we're seeing southern states are also subject to natural disasters this month there have been deadly tornadoes and flash floods hurricane season starts June first and their spring flooding on the Mississippi River and the river town.

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Chance. Tom Leetch only to John Calipari teams at guitar twenty ten of two thousand fifteen won their first two games of the season. The opponents home court other heels of an impressive performance at Louisville one week ago. That's what this UK teams trying to do today when it opened southeastern conference play here at nine and three Alabama good afternoon from the conference play here at nine and three Alabama good afternoon from the Coleman Coliseum of the university of Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa, Todd Leach along with the wildcat hall of Famer by Pratt. Wildcats the crimson tide players just returned to the court to get final shots up and Mike. It's a Philly phase two of this long journey of a college basketball season that kicks in this week for Kentucky with the started league play. And it's a brutal league scheduled this year. Well, the cats play what fourteen Auburn, Tennessee. Florida Vanderbilt and LSU I mean business sippy state five and Vanderbilt twice. Yeah. Okay. The schedule set of eight home and away all five of those teams it it will be a challenge. But you've gotta keep getting better. We saw signs of that over the last two or three weeks had hope we hope the motivation is their internal E among the team to push each other to continue to get better. It's not easy. It's not going to be easy. You'll be bumps row. How are you going to handle the bumps in a row? For you. But it's still not within the office right now. The offense is working pretty darn well to let it come to. You foul at the mid court stripe. Mike Cowans took down. Kobe white trying to provide pressure asking to put white to the line for two free throws first foul on mcgowan's. These will be the first free throws today for Kobe white between the two teams there have been twenty two free throws. So far is nine of thirteen Carolina's six of nine one tend to go in the half hit on little five. Oh, spurt has cut Carolina's lead down to forty one twenty two now forty two twenty two. With the first free throw by Kobe white white now with twelve. He's the leading score. He and Cam Johnson combined for twenty three. Make it twenty four of Carolina's forty three points is white goes front iron backboard in the second free. Throw. Carolina drops into the zone. Builds up forty three twenty two pit with the basketball late first-half in the middle of his own the free throw line to Tony hard dribble. And he's fouled trying to shoot left side is garrison. Brooks was just a little bit behind him. Asking to put Tony to the line for two free throws for Brooks. That's his second foul. So he becomes the fourth. Tar heel with two or more fouls in the half. Walker Miller gonna come off the bench and replace garrison. Brooks says the first free throw by Tony is good. He's a seventy eight and a half percent shooter. So no, sterling Manley today and the heels elected Gooda Walker Miller. Office up second free throw too, strong and Miller gets the rebound for Carolina. With about a minute to go little less than that. Tar heels up twenty with the basketball forty-three Twenty-three deep left side line. Brandon Robinson against the pit own passes right wing to Kobe white corner, right? Leaky black shot clock down to fourteen Cam Johnson on a double team Cincinnati. Kobe white gets a clean look at three. Looks a little too. Strong bounces off the back iron rebound slapped out of bounds by the tar heels with thirty three point nine to go. The tar heels have taken a ton of threes here in the first half that was their eighteenth three pointer in thirty four shot attempt. So more than half of their shots have been threes. Now, they made seven of them, but that's a high ratio of threes for the heels. They'll go into the two three zone pit gonna burn some clock down twenty though. Carolina forty-three twenty three three second different shot clock. In clock Xavier Johnson was just trying to dribble the ball down. Low Walston picked it back up shot clock down to eight. Ends up on the right side to Wilson frame. His three off the front iron. No good. Brandon Robinson tips the rebound to leaky black since the outlet to Cam Johnson. Three seconds to Kobe white to the rim role. Oh, really good awareness. I mean, Cam Johnson could've taken one more staff and had a really good in range three pointer, but due to the effort that Kobe. Why was put it in to fill in that opposite side? It was a long pass a quick hop into our heels hold pit to six up twenty nine from the field. Just twenty one percent shooting in the first half. That has allowed the tar heels to stretch out to eight twenty two point lead at the break. Forty five. Twenty three are halftime score. Learfield..

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on Championship Drive

"We'll help the most. That's an interesting question. Missouri has had the most success having won the SEC east twice as soon as it got into the league. But if you say help the most if you look at the transformation of the Texas am program, not only the facilities and the stadium and just the way that that those fans think about themselves and how they have inserted themselves into the sea ethos so easily. That would be a tough decision between those two and I say between those two because if you look at the other three teams of your of your fivesome, Nebraska. How's that working out for you, Maryland, Saint oh more and Rutgers well records, it's been pretty much the same experience. They struggle before they got to the big ten and now, they're you know, they're still scuffling. So. I guess. I would probably go in him. Just to the way you framed the question. Fair enough. Finally, Michael, Paul Wong. Another preferred walk on at NPA one thousand nine hundred sixty eight has this question for you McGee says, which historic three way rivalry is a true three way rivalry. I say that ten times fast. Tennessee, Georgia, Florida or the commander in chief trophy guys. Army navy air force well in here, we go again, but I'm gonna make the Tennessee people mad. But the reality is is that Tennessee Florida didn't become a thing until the last twenty five years. In georgia. They didn't play every year forever. I didn't realize that till I went to school at Tennessee. And we played Georgia all four years. I was there. And it was like, man. This is really crazy. We never play these guys. So I just that's not there have been great moments in clearly Florida, Georgia's one of the great robbers in college football, but that doesn't compare to army navy and air force and. I say this to fans particularly on my part of the world all the time is until you go to. Forget even the army navy game. Go to an air force army game or a worse game. The atmosphere is listen to the game day atmosphere at army might be the best in the country. To go. You have no idea, and the view I'll tell everyone goes sit get the worst seat you can find in the upper deck because it's the best view in college football looking down into the Hudson river valley. I mean, I mean, I, you know, it's just it's it's incredible. The laser turning. Oh, this is it if you're gonna go go now, I went to I went to an army East Carolina game right around this time twenty something years ago. And I've never I only watch the game. I just stood there and watched there's. RV playing time. That was probably a good decision. Yeah. In the army planes are flying up and down the valley. And it's just it's it's stunning. The drive up there when you're passing all the mansions all the great Gatsby mansions on the river. It's it's incredible. But I'm gonna use all this all also by the way to address up to happened over the weekend. Sometimes that robbery goes wrong and some army cadets reportedly this weekend. They kidnapped Aurora..

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Doesn't Howard says when he was earlier the differences that would made Georgia great last year is in the NFL right now, they have the talent. But they have not been great yet. Yeah. And they will be great. Maybe it's not this year, which is just gonna be disappointing. Because everyone expects, you know, everyone to do one one really quick thing. I want to let you know. I just wanna make sure everyone knows about this Maria Taylor who is on college game day. She and I have. Very well. We love Maria. She and I have a bet going, and I just wanna make sure your graduate. Yeah. And so I'm a Florida. I went to Florida. So we have a bet going that if we're getting Baltin high-stakes bets. Yeah. You're yours doesn't I don't know. What else to say about that? Let's do that you can bet with who will must champ. I don't know so Georgia. Yeah. Exactly, so marine. I had the about and if Georgia wins I have to wear a Georgia jersey and seeing Georgia fight songs if Florida wins Maria has to wear a Florida jury and seeing Florida by what do you think about that? I can tell you. I don't remember really what the game was about three or four years ago. Florida's play must been Tennessee Florida has no chance, and they shouldn't have any chance that's one Tennessee. And Lyle Jones of blue about thirteen point lead in the final minute of the game. And I wore a Florida jersey on the program on Monday. I remember that. That's gonna be me. I mean, I'm pretty good. Well, you do especially the one that you're wearing recently will wear red and black. Well, I, you know, some of my favorite colors, I will admit that it'll sting a little bit to have to do the fight song and all of that. But never do that. I know where do you have to do this? I think I'd probably just tweeted out. Oh, okay. We haven't totally determined all of that. But there is a there is a wager out there. So I wanna hear from everybody on it. And I really just wanted to get your permission to do it. I've already done it. But. All the important things in your life that you should ask. My permission for or advice, you done that your life would be totally different right now. Dag nab it. Okay. Well, we do have to tell you about where we're going next week threats somewhere. We are going somewhere. We're going to Kentucky Lexington here. We come for the Georgia Kentucky game this one. I mean, depending on what happens here of being in epic game. Absolutely. It also know it's going to be epic. Saying we're going there, Georgia, Georgia and Kentucky win. It's the most important game in Kentucky football history. Love it. That's what it is. That's what we're basing it on. Yes. And there are no other games next weekend. The matter I can't wait to get there. Anyway, we'll be talking about all the games that matter, but we will be Kentucky, and I'm really excited to get back to Lexington. And actually, it's funny. I haven't been on SEC nation in Lexington. Because when you guys went a couple years ago, I was the reporter on the show, and I was sent somewhere else to do live reports. I believe maybe am or something for that particular week. So remember that I missed it. So I I'm really excited in Kentucky. I I've not for nation, but you've been one hundred ninety seven times for that. It'll be the same thing. Again, this year Super Tuesday basketball, ESPN SEC basketball will be there. A lot Kentucky's. Good in basketball. They're gonna be okay me. Really? Thanks for dropping by all the great advice. I really appreciate you taking the time to to give me the great advice. Thank you. Bye. Crown you got going here. This is like it's Rockin listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. Quite a few times over the years. I think the last time we were in Gainesville. Our next guest joins us. He is Alex Brown. The former all American defensive end former SEC defensive player and also legendary player for the Chicago Bears. Alex, great to see you and men. You'll probably get out there..

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It. And it's hard to prop this game up. I realized people in Knoxville care a lot about it hasn't gotten a lot of attention beyond that. But let's talk about this significance of this game, especially for Jeremy Pruitt as he is trying to establish his program. Absolutely. I, it's funny that you mentioned the the kind of work things are now because I'm as I'm talking to you. I'm kinda also working on a story about looking at some of the biggest games in the history of the series. And boy, this one isn't gonna make that list. I don't think, but you know, I, it's, it's huge for both these first year head coaches, you know, I think the loser of this game Pau. I'm not. I'm not sure the loser. This game will get to a bowl, and I think it's that important for both of these teams. And if you're giving me Pruitt I, it's your first SEC game as a coach. It's a, it's a huge deal. And if you're Dan Mullen, you're a loss away from starting your Florida career with a loss to Kentucky in a loss to Tennessee. So you never want to be a message Joycean. So there's probably more to gain than there is to lose for either these teams in this game. But yeah, I mean, I, it's still Tennessee Florida. It's still pressure. So I, if you're Tennessee believer, give Tennessee believers some path to victory. Well, I think the easiest thing policy say that the Florida's not very great either, you know, I, it's, you look at the quarterback situations in this game, and I think you could argue Tennessee's got a better situation a quarterback right now than Florida does both offensive lines are struggling. And you know the thing about it is when I talk about how to win this game, it's almost more about Florida than than it is Tennessee because we've seen a lot of Florida teams over the years that were not very good on offense. You know the spo- especially in the post Spurrier era, but those teams usually high-grade defenses. I think this Lord of defense is average at best. So I think that that that's one area where I think Tennessee might be able to make a couple of big plays with, you know, guys like tied Chandler, Josh Palmer, join Jennings Marquis Callaway. They've got some pieces that could get for to some problems. So so I think if you're looking at this for match perspective, I don't think either one of these teams is very great. So I would imagine that both things. So pretty good about talking to us Rucker, Wes. I am curious. You got my attention. With your piece on the greatest and most important, Tennessee, Florida robbery. We had Spurrier on the other day and he said the obvious what this game used to be as you as you look back on some of the EPA games, where would you start. Well, I think you know probably the the to the come off the screen for me are the ones in ninety eight and the ones in two thousand one. You know, those were both basically championship caliber games. You know the two thousand one game because it was late in the season. It'd been pushed back because the nine eleven attacks, and you know you had to top five teams there and then ninety eight, you know, that was the Tennessee one national championship, and that was a huge game. But you go back over the years. I mean, even the past three years in this game, those were not in great teams, but they somehow manage to give kind of classic exciting football games. So the it's been interesting that you know Florida's had the mental edge for the longest time in this series with a couple of blips here and there. But the past few years, I think it's proven that Tennessee is no longer afraid or Florida their longer timid. It's just that they've not made plays with the game on the line, especially last season. In watching Pruitt..

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"They're not gonna overlook anyone. There's one mission here. It's the winning national championship win the SEC and then winning national title is a lot of the players said, and. Thank you remarked on it earlier. When we talked in Atlanta, one of the players Reid said, the SEC championship last season doesn't matter because they lost in the national championship game. So it's a focus group. They realize they've gotta take it one game at a time. I think they're looking forward to being challenged. I mean, they really haven't been challenged yet. South Carolina came out and quit in the second half. I mean, their defense was a complete no show. And like I said, by the fourth quarter, the stands were empty, and that's a really loyal fan base there. So George really hasn't been tested yet. I think they're looking forward to plan an offense that can challenge them a little bit at Missouri on Saturday. I realize you cover Georgia, but I do want to get an opinion because she spent a number of years in Knoxville as Jeremy Pruitt's trying to rebuild the balls and they have the annual battle with Florida. Not realizing you're not covering that team, but you still know a lot. What are your impressions of Tennessee so far? Well, first of all, you know, the Tennessee Florida game always meant so much here. I'm covering two unbeaten teams in Missouri. In Georgia in week, four used to be the Tennessee Florida game. So that's one, you know, there's going to be a lot of emotions in Knoxville, they're going to honor the nineteen ninety eight team. I covered that team of course, coach Fulmer. Now, the athletes director, I understand he's been helping out with the offensive line. You wonder how that shakes out behind the scenes, but two teams that really, really need that win. I mean, Dan Mullen the guy that Tennessee tried to hire said not Tennessee and yes to Florida and Tennessee, I guess, ended up with Jeremy Pruitt Jeremy course brings a lot of the Nick Sabin 'isms. They're trying to rebuild that Tennessee team in the mold of an Alabama flipped over the offense from spread pro style, their defense from four, three, two, three, four. Ultimately, it's gonna come down to which coaching staff has done the better job. Last year down there in Gainesville came down to a hail Mary. I think the town's pretty equal. I think it'll be a good barometer to see which coaching staff has done the best job early on at their respective school. Speaking of coaching staffs in getting back to Georgia. I want to ask you because of Kirby smart was the hot coach coming off of the season. Now all the attention is elsewhere. Mullen more had JIMBO, especially what's Kirby smart liked to be around on a daily basis right now. He's an upbeat guy. He's an intense guy. He brings it every day. I know for the media, I think Kirby's fund to deal with he answers questions, but he does so strategically. I mean, he'll volley with you a little bit, but as far as what he's like out there on the field, a lot of intensity. I mean, this program, they play every game and they say this, they play every game. Like it's the national title. Really Paul, they have been blowing people out. Nobody can stay with Georgia. Nobody has gone into beyond the third quarter. The midway point of the third quarter with any kind of shot of beating Georgia. Nobody's been in their league South Carolina's nowhere near being in Georgia's class. I'll be curious to see how drew lock in Missouri do this. I mean, you know, they're going to keep throwing the ball. You know, this game is important to dare duly Alton. Though I just don't know if Missouri has got enough on defense to slow Georgia down. There are some questions about Georgia though. Paul, we wonder a little bit about the depth that running back Andre swift came out after just two series against Mt issue. Maybe a groin issue. We're not real sure. Kirby says he's one hundred percent that seemed curious in a large hole of field. Good story kid works hard. Don't bite me for saying this, but I don't necessarily think he's a championship caliber back. So it'll be interesting to see what happens in that Georgia backfield. Before you go and I'm listening. I'm not a sharp as I used to be, but I've heard you make a couple of references to South Carolina here. Mike, you were down there. You saw this was a program..

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"They're not going to overlook anyone. There's one mission here. It's the winner, national championship win the SEC and then win. The national title is a lot of the players said, and I think you remarked on earlier when we talked in Atlanta. One of the players Jarrell read said the SEC championship last season doesn't matter because they lost in the national championship game. So it's a focus group. They realize they've got to take it one game at a time. I think they're looking forward to being challenged. I mean, they really haven't been challenged yet. South Carolina came out and quit in the second half. I mean, their defense. Complete no show. And like I said, by the fourth quarter, the stands were empty, and that's a really loyal fan base there. So George really hasn't been tested yet. I think they're looking forward to plan an offense that can challenge them a little bit at Missouri on Saturday. I realize you cover Georgia. I do want to get an opinion because you spent a number of years in Knoxville as Jeremy Pruitt's trying to rebuild the balls and they have the annual battle with Florida. Not realizing you're not covering that team, but you still know a lot. What are your impressions of Tennessee so far? Well, first of all, you know, the Tennessee Florida game always meant so much here. I'm covering two unbeaten teams in Missouri and Georgia in week four used to be the Tennessee Florida game. So that's one, you know, there's going to be a lot of emotions in Knoxville, they're going to honor the nine hundred ninety. One thousand nine. I covered that team of course, coach Fulmer. Now the athletic director, I understand he's been helping out with the offense of line. You wonder how that shakes out behind the scenes, but two teams that really, really need that win. I mean, Dan mowing the guy that tennis. She tried to hire said no Tennessee and yes to Florida and Tennessee, I guess, ended up with Jeremy Pruitt Jeremy course brings a lot of the Nick Sabin 'isms. They're trying to rebuild that Tennessee team in the mold of an Alabama flipped over the offense from spread pro style, their defense from four, three, two, three, four. Ultimately, it's going to come down to which coaching staff has done the better job last year down there in Gainesville came down to a hail Mary. I think the town's pretty equal. I think it'll be a good barometer to see which coaching staff has done the best job early on at their respective school. Speaking of coaching staff and getting back to Georgia. I want to ask you because of Kirby smart was the hot coach coming off of the season. Now all the attention is elsewhere. Molin more had JIMBO, especially what's Kirby smart like to be around on a daily basis right now. He's an upbeat guy. He's an intense guy. He brings it every day. I know for the media, I think Kirby's fun to deal with. He answers question. But he does so strategically. I mean, he'll volley with you a little bit, but as far as what he's like out there on the field, a lot of intensity. I mean, this program, they play every game and they say this, they play every game. Like it's the national title. Really Paul, they have been blowing people out. Nobody can stay with Georgia. Nobody has gone into beyond the third quarter. The midway point of the third quarter with any kind of shot of Georgia. Nobody's been in their league South Carolina's nowhere near being in Georgia's class. I'll be curious to see how drew lock in Missouri do this. I mean, you know, they're going to keep throwing the ball. You know, this game is important to Derek Dooley ultimately, though I just don't know if Missouri's got enough on defense to slow Georgia down. There are some questions about Georgia though. Paul, we wonder a little bit about the depth that running back Andre swift came out after just to series against Mt issue. Maybe a groin issue. We're not real sure. Kirby says, he's one hundred percent that seemed curious in a large Holyfield good story kid works hard. Don't bite me. Era for saying this, but I don't necessarily think he's a championship caliber back. So it'll be interesting to see what happens in that George backfield. Before you go and I'm listening. I'm not a sharp as there used to be, but I've heard you make a couple of references to South Carolina here. Mike, you were down there. You saw this was a program..

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. Good morning. The unofficial end of summer has come and gone. But it was still plenty hot in Washington this past week. There's the anonymous op Ed that's burning up the beltway and President Trump. Brett cavenaugh got grilled in his Senate confirmation hearings and in Illinois, President Obama brought the heat with a fiery speech calling out Trump by name. Joining me now to talk about all this is NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Hi, mara. Good morning Lulu. All right. Let's start with this anonymous op-ed that is still getting so much attention. President Trump has called on the Justice department to help find the writer. That's right once again, President Trump seems to confuse rule of law with rule of man when he's asking the department of Justice defined this writer there actually is no law against criticizing your boss anonymously in the newspaper, but the other effect of Trump talking about this so much is to take attention away. From that good economic news that we heard last week with wage growth finally ticking. President Trump seemed to step over all over that story by keeping the hunt for deep state throat alive on the other hand, he might understand that economic issues like tax cuts don't really work with his base. It's better to focus on culture war issues like attacks on the press attacks on the deep state attacks on immigrants are kneeling athletes. Those things he thinks will work better with his base in this election. Well, what are we seeing is President Trump's sort of relentless focus on his base working right now. The polls at least for now show the outlook for the house elections bad for Republicans. Good for Democrats. They could change in the Senate where Republicans should be on the verge of picking up seats poll showed at least for now Democratic Senate incumbents in red states are holding their own even in places like Missouri. Indiana, Tennessee, Florida Allstate's Trump won some by double digits. These should be prime pickup opportunities for Republicans. But polls show at least for this week. They are dead heat. It's all right. And coming into the fray is President Obama who was out campaigning for Democrats houses playing how could this affect the midterms? Democrats certainly hope that President Obama star power will engage Democrats energize them get them to turn out in a midterm year on the other hand, Republicans hope that having Obama out on the trail will backfire and motivate Republicans, President Trump's certainly hopes that he said that he talked about Obama's returned to politics. He said, well, if that doesn't get you out to vote for the midterms nothing will let's talk about Brad Kavanagh, President Trump's nominee for the supreme court his confirmation hearing started on such a chaotic note, but he I think managed to sidestep some of the tough questions from Democrats and next there's the committee vote and then the vote before the full Senate. How do you think that's gonna play out? I think that Brad Kavanagh is still on track to be confirmed. Nothing that happened in the hearing seemed to have shaken any Republican votes loose in other words, gotten any Republic. Lukens to vote against him. And don't forget, it's not easy to sort through the truly consequential from the merely outrageous in the Trump era, but something really consequential happened on Capitol Hill this week. And that is that Donald Trump is cemented his legacy, regardless of what happens with the hunt for the mole or the op-ed writer. He is liquefying a conservative majority on the supreme court as he also is in the lower courts that will have an impact on American life for at least a generation, and that is much more important longer-lasting than figuring out who wrote that up Ed piece in the New York Times. Indeed, that's NPR's national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Thank you so much. Thank you. The New York Times reported this week that the Trump administration held secret meetings with Venezuelan military officials to discuss a potential coup against President Nicolas little countries authoritarian leader since my little came to power in two thousand thirteen Venezuela has suffered hyperinflation at decimated economy a food and drug shortage, and now a refugee crisis at an Istanbul new is the Brazil bureau chief for the New York Times. And he broke the story along with his colleague, Nick, Casey. And he joins me now. Good morning. I Lulu when and where did these talks take place, and what was discussed? Will the Genesis of this appears to be a remark that President Trump made about a year ago last August when he declared that the United States had a military option for Venezuela. Downing constantly. There was some senior members of the military who had soured on the widow. And they perked up when they heard this. They wondered if the Trump administration might be willing to help them overthrow their commander and chief. So what happens next is the reach out discreetly overseas the approach a US embassy, and they ask for a meeting at the White House officials take a look at this. And the way the pros and cons. And ultimately they decided they wanted to hear from these guys they wanted to meet with them. So over the course of at least three secret meetings that happen abroad, an American diplomat established a back channel with these dissident officers and one point the Venezuelans ask you to the United States will give them encrypted radios. They sit the needed to have a means to communicate more securely Washington takes us into account. And ultimately decides not to in this. We understand it. There are in recent months a series of plans that are set in motion to detain nNcholas. Ludo in government. However, there are leaks, and none of these plans succeed and now several of the plotters are behind bars. Yeah. You make clear in your reporting that nothing came of these talks at the United States decided not to involve themselves in these plans, but one of the military commanders involved in the talks is himself a corrupt official. He's been accused of torture. Jailing political prisoners drug trafficking toes who he is. Well, Lulu we provided relatively few details about this individual because we interviewed him on the condition of anonymity. But I think it's important to take a step back and consider who these interlocutors are in health ornie question. It is whether it makes sense for Washington to deal with them the top ranks of the Venezuelan military include many people who are broadly considered to be very corrupt involved in drug trafficking in complicit in human rights abuses. So it's fair to say that this was a really complicated question that has be deviled Washington for some time. We should remember not only the history of military intervention by the United States in Latin America. But last week a Republican Senator Marco Rubio said there was now a strong argument for US military intervention. That's coming from someone who has a very prominent role in the US government. And a lot of focus on Latin America does anything in your reporting suggest. That this may be something that the administration is contemplating. Well, that's right. Lulu in Senator Rubio has sought to become a allowed him prominent voice in the White House on Latin American strategy. We've also heard that President Trump has entertained. This idea has been curious about this idea and has asked his advisors about what the United States could do in the way of military options. I would say from my reporting, it's clearly in many in Washington, regarded this possibility that the United States would boots on the ground in Venezuela as a very remote and at the Pentagon, specifically Defense Secretary Mattis, I think it would be waste of caution. Outlining the many ways in which American military intervention could have unintended consequences at an Esa London. Yo is the Brazil bureau chief for the New York Times. Thank you very much. My pleasure Lulu there are parades. And then there are parades in Pyongyang. Today. The North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN in attendance. They laid on quite a show NPR's, Mary Louise Kelley was there. This is Kim Il Sung square were in central Pyongyang. We are awaiting the start of a military parade marking the seventieth anniversary of North Korea awaiting near rival of Kim Jong UN has expected to address the crowd in this square. Which of course, his name for his grandfather who came to power in one thousand nine hundred forty eight can see around me balloons in the air all sorts of for swarming. The roofs around us trying to capture this action as we await the arrival of Kim Jong UN unless anniversary celebration kicking off. Kickoff did more.

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Public radio eighty eight point five FM in San Francisco and eighty nine point three FM in Sacramento. This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Chrissy Navarro. Good morning. The unofficial end of summer has come and gone. But it was still plenty hot in Washington this past week. There's the anonymous op Ed that's burning up the beltway and President Trump. Brett cavenaugh got grilled in his Senate confirmation hearings and in Illinois, President Obama brought the heat with a fiery speech calling out Trump by name. Joining me now to talk about all this is NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Hi, mara. Good morning Lulu. All right. Let's start with this anonymous op-ed that is still getting so much attention. President Trump has called on the Justice department to help find the writer. That's right once again, President Trump seems to confuse rule of law with rule of man when he's asking the department of Justice defined this writer there actually is no law against criticizing your boss anonymously in the newspaper, but the other effect of Trump talking about this so much is to take attention away. From that good economic news that we heard last. Last week with wage growth, finally ticking up President Trump seemed to step over all over that story by keeping the hunt for deep state throat alive on the other hand, he might understand that economic issues like tax cuts don't really work with his base. It's better to focus on culture war issues like attacks on the press attacks on the deep state attacks on immigrants are kneeling athletes. Those things he thinks will work better with his base in this election. Well, what are we seeing is President Trump's sort of relentless focus on his base working right now. The polls at least for now show the outlook for the house elections bad for Republicans. Good for Democrats. They could change in the Senate where Republicans should be on the verge of picking up seats poll showed at least for now Democratic Senate incumbents in red states are holding their own even in places like Missouri and Indiana, Tennessee, Florida Allstate's Trump won some by double digits. These should be prime pickup opportunities for Republicans. But polls show at. At least for this week. They are dead heats. All right and coming into the fray is President Obama who was out campaigning for Democrats houses playing. How could this affect them terms? Democrats certainly hoped that President Obama star power will engage Democrats energized them get them to turn out in the midterm year on the other hand Republicans hope that having Obama out on the trail will backfire and motivate Republicans, President Trump's certainly hopes that he said that he talked about Obama's returned to politics. He said, well, if that doesn't get you out to vote for the midterms nothing will let's talk about Brad Kavanagh, President Trump's nominee for the supreme court his confirmation hearing started on such a chaotic note, but he managed to sidestep some of the tough questions from Democrats and next there's the committee vote and then the vote before the full Senate. How do you think that's gonna play out? I think the bread Cavanaugh is still on track to be confirmed. Nothing that happened in the hearing seemed to have shaken any Republican. Votes loose. In other words, gotten any Republicans to vote against him. And don't forget, it's not easy to sort through the truly consequential from the merely outrageous in the Trump era, but something really consequential happened on Capitol Hill this week. And that is that Donald Trump is cemented his legacy, regardless of what happens with the hunt for the mole or the op Ed writer, he is solidifying conservative majority on the supreme court as he also is in the lower courts that will have an impact on American life for at least a generation, and that is much more important longer-lasting than figuring out who wrote that up Ed piece in the New York Times. Indeed, that's NPR's national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Thank you so much. Thank you. The New York Times reported this week that the Trump administration held secret meetings with Venezuelan military officials to discuss a potential coup against President Nicolas Maduro countries, authoritarian leader since my little came to power and twenty thirteen. Venezuela has suffered hyperinflation decimated economy a food and drug shortage. And now a refugee crisis at an Istanbul. New is the Brazil bureau chief for the New York Times, he broke the story along with his colleague, Nick, Casey. And he joins me now. Good morning. Hi, lou. When and where did these talks take place, and what was discussed the Genesis of this appears to be a remark that President Trump made about a year ago last August when he declared that the United States had a military option for Venezuela downing cadastre there were some senior members of the military who had soured on Mykola smell widow. And they perked up when they heard this. They wondered if the Trump administration might be willing to help them overthrow their commander in chief. So what happens next is the reach out discreetly overseas the approach a US embassy, and they ask for a meeting at the White House officials take a look at this. And they weigh the pros and cons. And ultimately they decided they wanted to hear from these guys they wanted to meet with them. So over the course of at least three secret meetings that happen abroad, an American diplomat established eat back channel with east dissident officers at one point the Venezuelans ask you to the United States will give them encrypted radios. They said they needed. To have a means to communicate more securely Washington takes us into account. And ultimately decides not to in this. We understand it. There are in recent months a series of plans that are sitting in motion to detain nNcholas. My Ludo in government. However, there are leaks, and none of these plans succeed and now several of the plotters are behind bars. Yeah. You make clear in your reporting that nothing came of these talks at the United States decided not to involve themselves in these coup plans, but one of the military commanders involved in the talks is himself a corrupt official. He's been accused of torture. Jailing political prisoners drug trafficking toes who he is. Well, Lulu we provided relatively few details about this individual because we interviewed him on the condition of anonymity. But I think it's important to take a step back and consider who these interlocutors are in. How thorny question is. Whether it makes sense for Washington to deal with them, the top ranks of Venezuelan military include many people who are broadly considered to be very corrupt involved in drug trafficking in complicit in human rights abuses. So it's fair to say that this was a really complicated question that has be deviled Washington for sometime we should remember not only the history of military intervention by the United States in Latin America. But last week a Republican Senator Marco Rubio said there was now a strong argument for US military intervention. That's coming from someone who has a very prominent role in the US government. And a lot of focus on Latin America does anything in your reporting suggest. That this may be something that the administration is contemplating. Well, that's right. Lulu in Senator Rubio has sought to become a allowed him prominent voice in the White House on Latin America strategy. We've also heard that President Trump has entertained. This idea has been curious about this idea and has asked his advisors about what the United States could do in the way of military options. I would say from my reporting it's clear that many in Washington regarded this possibility that the United States would put boots on the ground in Venezuela as a very remote and at the Pentagon, specifically Defense Secretary Mattis, I think would would be a voice of caution outlining the many ways in which American military intervention could have unintended consequences at an Esa London is the Brazil bureau chief for the New York Times. Thank you very much. My pleasure Lulu there are parades. And then there are parades in Pyongyang. Today. The North Korean leader, Kim Jong in attendance. They laid on quite a show NPR's, Mary Louise Kelley was there. This is Kim Il Sung square were in central Pyongyang. We are awaiting the start of a military parade marking the seventieth anniversary of North Korea awaiting the arrival of Kim Jong UN has expected to address the crowd in this square. Which of course, his name for his grandfather who came to power in one thousand nine hundred forty eight can see around me balloons in the air all sorts of tagger for swarming. The roofs around us trying to capture this action as we await the arrival of Kim Jong UN and this diversity.

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The line starting tomorrow night at eight on WNYC. This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. Good morning. The unofficial end of summer has come and gone. But it was still plenty hot in Washington this past week. There's the anonymous op Ed that's burning up the beltway and President Trump, but cavenaugh got grilled in his Senate confirmation hearings. And in Chicago, President Obama brought the heat with a fiery speech, calling Trump by name joining me now to talk about it all is NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Good morning, Laura. Good morning Lulu. All right. Let's start with this. Anonymous op-ed that is still getting so much attention. President Trump has called on the Justice department to help find the writer. That's right once again, President Trump seems to confuse rule of law with rule of man when he's asking the department of Justice defined this writer there actually is no law against criticizing your boss anonymously in the newspaper, but the other effect of Trump talking about this so much is to take attention away. From that good economic news. News that we heard last week with wage growth finally ticking up President Trump seemed to step over all over that story by keeping the hunt for deep state throat alive on the other hand, he might understand that economic issues like tax cuts don't really work with his base. It's better to focus on culture war issues like attacks on the press attacks on the deep state attacks on immigrants or kneeling athletes. Those things he thinks will work better with his base in this election. Well, what are we seeing is President Trump's sort of relentless focus on his base working right now. The polls at least for now show the outlook for the house elections bad for Republicans. Good for Democrats. They could change in the Senate where Republicans should be on the verge of picking up seats. Polls showed at least for now. Democratic Senate incumbents in red states are holding their own even in places like Missouri, and Indiana, Tennessee, Florida Allstate's Trump won some by double digits. These should be prime pickup opportunities for Republicans. But polls show at least for this week. They are dead heats. All right and coming into the fray is President Obama who was out campaigning for Democrats. I in Chicago than yesterday in California. How is this playing? How could this affect the midterms Democrats certainly hoped that President Obama star power will engage Democrats energized them get them to turn out in a midterm year on the other hand Republicans hope that having a Bama out on the trail will backfire and motivate Republicans, President Trump's certainly hopes that he said that he talked about Obama's returned to politics. He said, well, if that doesn't get you out to vote for the midterms nothing will let's talk about Brad Kavanagh, President Trump's nominee for the supreme court his confirmation hearing started on such a chaotic note, but he managed to sidestep some of the tough questions from Democrats and next there's the committee vote and then the vote before the full Senate. How do you think that's gonna play out? I think that brick Hannah is still on track to be confirmed. Nothing that happened in. The hearing seemed to have shaken any Republican votes loose. In other words, gotten any Republicans to vote against him. And don't forget, it's not easy to sort through the truly consequential from the merely outrageous in the Trump era, but something really consequential happened on Capitol Hill this week. And that is that Donald Trump is cemented his legacy, regardless of what happens with the hunt for the mole or the op-ed writer. He is solidifying conservative majority on the supreme court as he also is in the lower courts that will have an impact on American life for at least a generation, and that is much more important longer-lasting than figuring out who wrote that up Ed piece in the New York Times. Indeed, that's NPR's national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Thank you so much. Thank you. The New York Times reported this week that the Trump administration held secret meetings with Venezuelan military officials to discuss a potential coup against President Nicolas at countries authoritarian leader since my came to power in two thousand thirteen Venezuela has suffered hyper-inflation decimated economy a food and drug shortage. And now a refugee crisis at an Esa London is the Brazil bureau chief for the New York Times that he broke the story along with his colleague, Nick, Casey. And he joins me now. Good morning. I lulu. When and where did these talks take place, and what was discussed the Genesis of this appears to be a remark that President Trump made about a year ago last August when he cleared that the United States had a military option for Venezuela. Downing cadet Kosta. There were some senior members of the military who had soured on Mykonos the widow, and they perked up when they heard this. They wondered if the Trump administration might be willing to help them overthrow their commander in chief. So what happens next is the reach out discreetly overseas the approach a US embassy, and they ask for meeting at the White House officials take a look at this. And they weigh the pros and cons. And ultimately, they decided they wanted to hear from these guys. They wanted to meet with them over the course of at least three secret meetings that happen abroad, an American diplomat established a back channel with these distant officers at one point the Venezuelans ask you to the United States would give them encrypted radios. They said they needed to have a means to communicate more securely Washington takes us into account, and ultimately decides not to and as we understand it. There are in recent months a series of plans that are sitting in motion to detain nNcholas. Ludo in government. However, there are leaks, and none of these plans succeed and now several of the plotters are behind bars. Yeah. You make clear in your reporting that nothing came of these talks at the United States decided not to involve themselves in these coup plans. I'm but one of the military commanders involved in the talks is himself a corrupt official. He's been accused of torture jailing political prisoners drug trafficking. Tell us who he is. Well, Lou we provided relatively few details about this individual because we interviewed him on the condition of anonymity. But I think it's important to take a step back and consider who these interlocutors are in how thorny question it is whether it makes sense for Washington to deal with them, the top ranks of the Venezuelan military include many people who are broadly considered to be very corrupt involved in drug trafficking in compliciting human rights abuses. So it's fair to say that this was a really complicated question that has be deviled Washington for some time. We should remember not only the history of military intervention by the United States in Latin America, but last week Republican Senator Marco Rubio said there was now a strong argument for US military intervention. That's coming from someone who has a very prominent role in the US government. And a lot of focus on Latin America does anything in your reporting suggest. That this may be something that the administration is contemplating. There's about what the United States could do in the way of military options. I would say from my reporting it's clear that many in Washington regarded this possibility that the United States would boost on the ground in Venezuela as a very remote and at the Pentagon, specifically Defense Secretary Mattis, I think it would would be voice of caution. Outlining the many ways in which American military intervention could have unintended consequences at an Esa London. Yo is the Brazil bureau chief for the New York Times. Thank you very much. My pleasure Lulu there are parades. And then there are parades and Pyongyang today. The North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN in attendance. They laid on quite a show NPR's, Mary Louise Kelley was there. This is Kim Il Sung square in central Pyongyang. We are awaiting the start of a military parade marking the seventieth anniversary of north. Korea awaiting the arrival of Kim Jong UN has expected to address the crowd in this square, which of course, his name for his grandfather who came to power in one thousand nine hundred forty eight can see around me balloons in the air, all sorts of photographers swarming. The roofs around us trying to capture this action as we await the arrival of Kim Jong.

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Oklahoma may be first state to use nitrogen in executions amid lethal injection controversy

Chris Krok

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Oklahoma may be first state to use nitrogen in executions amid lethal injection controversy

"Host to a slew of tournament games for the next four days these kids made the trip from lubbock with their parents to cheer on the texas tech red raiders and are looking forward to the excitement people getting polarized shots three pointers fan buzzerbeaters loud very loud fan bases from west and east texas with stephen f austin making the terni and places like tennessee florida and chicago will all be in big d clayton neville wbz news oklahoma could soon be the first state to use nitrogen to execute death row inmates oklahoma is among several states that have not been able to get the drugs required for lethal injections in part because manufacturers don't want their chronics used for executions so the state's attorney general and correction director say nitrogen will help them resume carrying out the death penalty oklahoma has had one of the nation's busiest death chambers but has not carried out an execution since two thousand fifteen after a series of mishaps i'm jan johnson and didn't county sheriff's sergeant ended up behind bars after tarrant county investigators arrested him for online solicitation of a minor in a statement didn't county sheriff tracy murphy said that west jordan's alleged actions brought dishonor to his department and profession again clear overnight with a low near forty seven degrees right now it's fifty two.

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You find the battery rally points for the prices every day tennessee florida it's been a snooze vessel so far i wonder if steve russel's still wake here steve wood golkar came going here april he wanted to go in the third quarter or two it's up to three what tennessee is threatening to take a we need for the first time of the game beginners got to go through what thick nothing finicky got wanna make it six three they miss a field goal he ended a half an hour warm guard winding walk through the roof insect golf but finicky now has second and all and down so we'll see what happens with this but right now eight or go this also set up by our aqua will wife waters what michael you had a 21yard one formal this has gone so that the gator forty nine and they've ribbon it one pending the penalty so eight burke need to go third quarter were now four to six at a rate thank you very much steve what's going to bob stevens in what has been a very detaining game but you now pulling away bob okay were midway through the third tcu leading else from you 35 twenty chew but muslim you on the move again that the g see you uh thirty two yard line tcu at twenty eight twenty two and a half as aren't blog scored on the play of the first jump all situation jaylen reiter pulls the end zone eight yard touchdown pass from kenny hill we're hill that was his third touchdown pass of the game down civil harm blogs take the second half keep all they drive at seventy yards in 10 plays camp by deary us anderson's all yards touchdown mon might up the middle and that camp day on seventy three are done a dry kenny hills now seventeen for twenty two three hundred and four yards ben hicks were instant muniz twelve twenty one two hundred fourteen yards and a touchdown including fifty eight yard bleep liquor to trade quinn was caught by bruce hundred nine yards portland sutton the snu wide receiver the all american one catch thus far no yard after catching four touchdown passes against north texas last week so again now midway through the third 35 twenty two tcu thank you very much.

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Know organs defense pretty poor but kim levitte's got them turned around self allen can't do it at home today in laremy dan what's he gonna do in the nfl nfl and speaking nfl my game for tomorrow others a lot of good games steelers vikings i like chiefs eagles but just because i want to see how the forty nine or continue to progress i wanna see 48 undersea mark all right good stuff that you know all the traditional although clemson louisville mr jackson 700 and seventy one passing yards in two games five t these two hundred thirty nine rushing yards i do the math pat that's eight touchdowns in two games one thousand in turn told a yards of offense that's both road games by the way at purdue at north carolina so now they come home to poppa john's house clemson we knows got that style fronts learn that up close and personal alan scarce did in black times still supposed to come in and maybe you know help out that affects give a shot in the arm instead these shots you you got a good offensive line verse a good defensive line i'm going to typically go with the defensive line and that prove to be the case in the offering clemson match up however you got to go the in verse buck is there front seven narly going against that great sooner offensive line in orlando brown and the sooner a line they won that match of it's hard to tell ya at honorable mention of tennessee florida volunteers one i gave me knoxville last year after florida and won eleven straight in florida of course miss a time with hurricane or myself are looking for that in the nfl i mean when when you have two quarterbacks getting together this sunday with the resume that tom brady drew brees can roll out let me throw this at eu pat they've combined to throw 1000 touchdown passes in all one hundred and forty thousand passing yards in 35 nfl seasons so there you.

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"tennessee florida" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"tennessee florida" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Not done so no cakes play i'd done oh so here's here's my explanation so chip kelly will be at espn this fall we know this he's doing studio stuff in connecticut he's not gonna be out on the road like urban meyer was when he went to espn he will be doing both college and nfl stuff i believe that's what i've been told for espn's civil have a hand in each of those world's but i feel like because this is my feeling his reputation in college is much higher right now than it is in the pros even though it's taken ahead i would say in both places just because he's been in the public eye i i'm thinking that tennessee will not be attractive to him i don't think florida's going to open up texas anm might be but i think he's more coastal minded ended an muck attack about chamorin jim morris job security but if there were a job that opened up in california los angeles and it would be seelig that would be the job i will say within the next two or three years to next two or three years chip kelly will have a non sec college football coaching job let me ask you a hypothetical the along the same lines place between tennessee florida and texas sanam if any or all those programmes believed that they could higher chip kelly tomorrow how many of them would fire their head football coach right now i don't think florida would that mean for one a couple sec eased i mean there's some questions about recruiting but they finished quite strong this past signing day they you know quarterback has still been an issue.

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