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"uab" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"uab" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Fox Sports radio, as well. Antoine Davis finished with 22 points. You're probably saying who was Antoine Davis, and why do I care if he had 22 points in Detroit mercy's lost to Youngstown state? Well, he's stands three point shy of Pete maravich's all time scoring record of 3667 points. Detroit mercy is 14 and 19. That's not good enough to get into the NIT or the CBI the college basketball invitational. Now that doesn't mean they won't get in because these tournaments looking for any kind of eyeballs, if you can have a game where Detroit mercy is playing and you build it up as Antoine Davis is going to be the all time leading score in college basketball history. Might be a one and done for him, but that gives him an extra game. Now I did play a lot more games than maravich did. He's had 5 full seasons. His dad is the coach. Mike Davis used to be at Indiana. I think auburn is well, he's been at a couple of places there. Where's he been? UAB? Yeah. But like maravich, maravich played for his father, he played three years, he wasn't eligible as a freshman. I mean, there's a big difference in this. It's a great accomplishment for Antoine Davis. To score that many points. But if we're going to compare the two, there is no comparison. Antoine Davis played 5 years and scored a lot of points. That's it. That's the comparisons. You got the three point shot, 5 years. They maravich averaged 44 game. Antoine Davis, I think, is probably 20 foot. So Pete averaged almost 20 points more per game than Antoine Davis. There's no three point line as well. I've talked about this before that I reached out to Dale Brown the former LSU coach. And I asked him if he could find the shooting charts when maravich played at LSU, and he went back and I don't know how he found it, but he said, according to his calculations, Pete would have probably averaged over 50 points a game.
"uab" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Well Roy, you probably have to I think the question might be better asked to the university of Tennessee because I'm sure they are challenging whatever they have received so far. It's a two way street. You get a report and then you quibble about what is in that report. I agree. I mean, these things should not last longer than murder trials, but they do. What's your opinion on it? I don't know what they've specifically charged him with. To me, and what you have to do when you're talking about Jeremy Pruitt is forget where we are right now because the allegations that he committed that he's accused of committing occurred in a pre NIL world. So I mean, I think if NIL had not happened a year and a half ago, Tennessee would be in deep trouble. The fact it did happen means that I don't think they're going to be in deep trouble. I don't think they're going to even get anything more than a slap on the wrist. So the question then becomes, what does it mean to Jeremy Pruitt? Will he be able to coach again and win? Exactly. I can answer part of your question without really knowing specifically the answer, but it's pretty obvious that Jeremy Pruitt was anywhere close to being cleared. Nick Saban would have hired him as defensive coordinator. He did not. He will be an analyst pretty soon. I appreciate your concern, but the answer to a is a dysfunctional organization, that is not exactly breaking news. We'll take a break. We go, get back to your phone calls right after this. You are listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. And we are back here on a Monday afternoon holiday, president state Johnny B goode is up next. A hello, Johnny. Hey, Paul. How are you? I'm doing good, long time, no talk. I've been away from the phone a little bit. Well, thank you. I enjoyed the day of brown Kyle very much, but that's going to throw a few nuggets at you. You know, before they got there, they were basically just known for beaten marovitch as scored in record pistol page, you know? Sure. But right now that record is in jeopardy about former fayette, Alabama player that went to Mike Davis. He went to Alabama, then he went on to coach at Indiana. And he followed Bobby Knight. You can imagine what kind of foot on that was, but then my coach at UAB, I believe. Yeah, yeah, I think Detroit mercy now is okay. I didn't know where my son and his son Antoine is approaching the score and record. And since you have got some Mike's a pretty legendary character, well, hey, thank you for sharing that with us. And is that fayette north Alabama? Fayette high school, you're talking about? Well, it's probably what, 30 minutes north of Birmingham. It's between where adley of a northwest Alabama and Birmingham. It's just a little place out, you know, Cadillac where I leave just a little hole in the road, but it's produced a few good players over there. Is that where is there a junior college in fayette? No, that's bevel. And then you've got hands pull over and comb. Okay. I just remember going to say it once, and I remember being somewhere near Tuscaloosa, but I couldn't remember where. But anyway, thanks for the call. Really do appreciate it. I'm Ann is up next. Hey, I'm in. Hey, good afternoon, good afternoon. I was listening to little almond brothers Jessica on the break there. It was ever out the music's doing one hell of a job there, Paul. Did you realize Yoko Ono turned 90 years old this week? Yoko turned 90. So 90. She was obviously older than John. Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. And a friend of mine posted a have you ever seen the videos on YouTube, but John Lennon, the Chuck Berry? I don't know if it's a Dick Cavett show, but it was some kind of variety show like that. And Yoko's over there to the side with a little conga drum and she starts all that cattle Waller and I know I've always I've always just liked I don't know for breaking up The Beatles, sorry. You know, linen said that she didn't break The Beatles up. You think I'm looking for it? Well, I'm going to get to a point here. Now, when you're watching John Lennon and Chuck Berry and roll over Beethoven and Memphis, because lemon was a huge fan of change. Sure, sure. And when he's playing Memphis when they go into the tone Memphis, Yoko starts all that screaming she does, and I don't know that Yoko broke The Beatles up, but she was definitely a fit person in the world, but the expression on Chuck Berry's face is priceless, that's what she did to The Beatles. The expression on his face speaks volumes. And she's doing all that. She don't even know where the verses are in the courses are. And check even just had to he just had to stop the damn song. But anyway, she's 90 years old. Imagine that. You know, I heard part of Jim's call, but I didn't hear him say that he decorated anything. This wishes to Jill. And then, you know, there's not this big left that's going on with Jimin and I just kind of backed off with you. And because I had other things to say in Jim just happened, if you allow me to offer it, I didn't care. I think you backed off a gym because it was cutting into your anti Sabin rhetoric. I don't know, no, I had other things to say and Jim just happened to agree with him. And I will say this to your callers. I think we're all in the same direction on a lot of these topics, but it's funny what if you words in a sentence will do and change the narrative.
"uab" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans
"They played against wade Phillip? Ah, the guardians. See, here's my challenge with the XFL, right? And here's my challenge, right? I can probably deduce by home field when it shows me where the game was played. That the renegades are a Dallas or a Texas team because it was Arlington, Texas, at choctaw stadium, but they played against the vipers and I have no idea where the vipers are from because they were the road team. And to your point, that game was 22 20. He was Orlando 'cause he's from that area. He got benched in his debut for the Orlando guardians. Okay, the guardians, and they played in Houston against the roughnecks. 33 to 12. And that's wade Phillips team, the roughnecks. He coaches Houston. So I was paying attention to that because of way Cody latimer actually caught a touchdown from Paxton lynch in that game. Cody latimer is still bouncing around and former Broncos receiver. He got a touchdown from lynch. It was going to be a good player. Then lunch did not play well after that. He had his last pass was an interception. And he got benched. The uniforms look great. Some of the technologies cool, like the interactive Ness, being able to hear the coaches, there's some things that, again, make a lot of sense, but at the end of the day, they got to square points. For me, it's hard to watch. I don't want to watch a defensive battle in the XFL. 1815, battle hawks over Brahma's Texas has three teams in the XFL. Defenders beat the sea dragons 22 18 defenders are Washington, but where are the sea dragons for Seattle, Seattle? That's obvious. Okay. That's a pretty sick logo. That sea dragon's logo. I actually did. It kind of looks like the UAB blazers. A little bit, yeah. Seattle kraken S kind of shape. A lot of logos these days almost feel like they're ripoffs, so something else. The dramas doesn't make sense because it's the horns of the Brahma bull on the helmet, but they're yellow. You need to be like cream colored to look like actual horns of the Brahma bull. The XFL scores 22 20, 33, 12, 18, 15, 22, 18. So I see your point. Not much scoring. It's weird with XFL, like the original first go around the old, he hate me go around of the XFL. That was something new and different and I tried to watch a couple times and get the excitement like the scrum for the first possession and things like that. But interest died out after a month or whatever the case was and then obviously the league died out. It's weird for me because I'm such a huge college football fan, so a lot of these guys I would know from watching college football, but I've never ever outside of the original USFL with names in it. Doug flutie and Herschel Walker, Jim Kelly, outside of that. I've never gotten into any other pro football league. So I should probably give it a chance and try, but I just, I can't do it. I can't do it.
"uab" Discussed on Available Worldwide
"If anybody wants to help us out with some money there, that is always appreciated and who knows maybe this year ahead will look at getting an actual website, but our Facebook has a lot and we do have a link. We'll talk more about this in a little bit, but a link from Facebook to our sign up page for if you want to be on our mailing list because we do send out these podcasts to a month to our mailing list. With the show notes, the bio, little info about who we're interviewing. Okay, so I know you just moved Steph. What do you have on your podcasting desk? Is it like the ultimate podcast set up system with like a boom mic and a little circle light shining at you? What do you really have going? So yeah, as you know, I moved, so it was an interesting summer. I tried to pre record a bunch of podcasts so that I wouldn't have to do it. And I wouldn't have to basically carry my microphone around with my luggage. Didn't quite work out because UAB and HHE had some issues getting to post. No way. I think everyone had that problem this summer. But yeah, my current setup is so I was using kind of a gamer's headset like you use, but it was getting a lot of feedback through the microphone. So I bought myself again, I'm so frugal. I didn't even, I think might cost like 20, maybe $30 on Amazon. And then I have my old, I don't know, really old Bose sound canceling headphones separately. Because it is good to have separate microphones separate headphones. Also, so I have that. I have the microphone stacked up on several yoga blocks because it
"uab" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Why UAB? For all the reasons you outlined there and I don't want to be the numbers guy that every year there's a 12 over 5. And what I do hate is the next matchup we're talking about four 13. I also like the underdog and then you have to go all in on your underdog winning two games and take UAB there. I think Jordan walker can give them fits and that's why I think they'll sleep on by. I think it would be closer. It's the very least they're going to lose by less than 8 and a half points. That's how I feel. The UAB thing is that they're actually pretty big. They can play both big and small, like Trey jemison, is a kid that started to climb in and is now like a 23 year old or 22 year old starting center at UAB. KJ buffin as a kid that started it, Mississippi, if I remember correctly, was really good. I thought he was like kind of a sneaky NBA prospect at one point. It just hasn't quite developed that way, but it's still like a really good fourth year player in college, basketball. And then jelly walkers obviously just an awesome guard from New York who played it tulane and then transferred to UAB. So I am very interested in that one. I think that's going to be that's going to be a really fun game to watch for an upset. Yeah, a lot of people are picking this Chattanooga Illinois upset. I don't know, I don't quite love that one as much as everyone else. Can you make the pitch for me on Chattanooga? So I didn't do I watched their conference championship game and the thing that stuck out is that I knew he was there, but I'm excited for America's reaction to being like, is that Silvio de Souza? Like, what did we get Kansas? Like, how is he still there? How old is he? He was like 11 and 7..
"uab" Discussed on News Serve
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"uab" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Yes we call him you though still on our side school space x calls at uab chinese yet exactly nasa ufo's so so you believe in a ufo you believe in you ap's hands. Aliens are messing with us. They're not because like. I said we're off record now. Have your astronauts ever been like a houston. We got something here absolutely not. I feel like they weren't tell us because again there are probably too smart. They probably know that if they said something that people would actually believe so limousine question watching movies with you regarding to space knowing or not annoying. I am really good at suspending. My like belief site came watch just fine. But when i'm with other people that work at nasa i cannot be you just roast. The film roseta wrestling alone. I can enjoy movie and just take it at face value and not like think critically about it and be like. Wow the physics of that just do not work there are there are super egregious like like explosions is base gravity like getting from but what about the design is isaac amitav. The spinning gravity wants to start spinning. I suppose but. I remember when something is so out of the realm of dislike belief and i i can't suspend it and i'm like this absolutely make no sense like there are moments like that right get out of it in whatever movie but when i'm with other people it's like wow. They did really good research when they like built. This not like really weightless talk about it. I'm really into movies. I love this stuff. And i love. I love the people calling you as that's bullshit. I love this stuff. Okay give me the top three hollywood bogus stuff that they do that you like you. The nasa teams like. We're not these by this How quickly decisions are made. When are not.
"uab" Discussed on Tech News Today
"Or nothing else has to be inside the room itself. My understanding is nothing else has to be in the room To bounce it back. It's essentially the idea is that you're shining the laser in it. Hits that wall when it hits the wall. Diffuses right light k. that reflects off of the other objects in the room and bounces the photons back to the cameras. Probably a very highly sensitive camera at the table to pick up on all that stuff. Okay so yeah then it could be pretty instead of using those super tiny little fiber-optic cameras that you slide under the door to inside you could just bounce a laser in there and go or three people in this room and the yeah right right exactly for whatever you need it for young again. Usually the military. I feel like that ends up. Being the easy go-to for something like this but i hope there's better better uses for the stuff than just military police you know which speaking of military that leads into partout now. This one is definitely like. I feel like we had a. We had a conversation about this. Maybe a couple of years ago on the show and ultimately After after doing it realized that the article was from a few years prior and that it was inaccurate. Now it seems like it's actually not inaccurate. Uk in the uk. They worded contracts. That are going to lead to laser cannons being fitted two tanks worships from from this quote detecting tracking engaging encountering unmanned aerial vehicles. Uab's so that's kind of the that's the starting point but it's always like the starting point. It's like okay great. So that's where we are now. What does it lead to the project known as team. Her is actually the ministry of defense's joint delivery office for directed energy weapons so this is like an effort within the military To find these directed energy weapons and to explore essentially the future of warfare. I suppose the first of these lasers is going to be tested on a royal navy type. Twenty-three worship that's coming up the lasers themselves. Are you know their lasers so their powered by electricity. There's no ammo required. You not loading any ammunition. So i suppose there are benefits there. If if you're you know follow follow. Although i'm not very into following wartime stopped but i suppose if you if you are more technology and everything that might be of interest to you and also by the way like this is not the first time that has been pursued in two thousand hundred a french missile company worked with the ministry of defence and they created an energy weapon called dragon fire. In that case the beam was so powerful it melted the mirrors that were used to actually direct the laser so it was not a success. At least in its incarnation then But yeah. I don't know why pick these twos like i saw two stories about lasers and hey the twelve year old twelve year. Old me was like as irs. That's cool but also kind of terrifies me to think of a future where lasers being used warfare and stuff like that doesn't sound fun but the chats has salo's shared a another laser story About alphabet which of course is google's parent company That is beaming seven hundred terabytes of data across nearly five kilometers..
"uab" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Having though for two hundred eighty eight yards on ten completions and when very easily so again if this going to be when you take a look at the score when you take a look at the total yardage when you take a look the passing yardage when you take a look at the three big plays that happened in the game that going to be something where okay once we get to a a higher level of competition that will just continue these things especially with the backup quarterback no but it gives georgia. The evidence gets georgia the confidence. It gives georgia something to say. Hey we've done this before. And while florida isn't uab. We've shown that we can do this before we have the talent we have the scheme. We have the player to do it. Let's just go ahead and do it. Because it gives you a be- we have done this before. So again using cannon fodder using inferior talent using teams of lesser talent to get themselves to confidence the foundation and work out. Some of the kinks. So they can go ahead and say hey. You know what against a team like team might texas. Am or a team. Like tennessee or team. like florida. Okay we might not have five hundred thirty nine total yards and we might not have three hundred seventy six yards passing. We might not have our quarterback so for two hundred and eighty eight yards ten completions. But i tell you one thing. Thank you very much. Uab when we have against florida three hundred ninety eight total yards and two hundred seventy three yards passing and throwing four two touchdowns of a high quality of over fifty yards and our quarterback. Jt daniels is twenty one of twenty nine with about two or three touchdowns and no interceptions. Thank you very much. Uab because you were the tracks that put the train on them so we can lead to those type of performances and achievements wendell's role in sports. I'm your host wonder wallace so glad that you could be with us number..
"uab" Discussed on Financial Advisor Marketing:
"Live meeting. Then i can set up a replay. So they click on and they watch it. You probably seen a lot of that stuff usually with webinar jam. What we're talking about yes sir. I've got a full platform built to that. Didn't have done all recorded in so it was through ever webinar. Yeah same company but alive but live is different from recorded but you can still use these interactivity between we go ahead. And then when i was gonna say david i already had this conversation. If i have a choice. I'd rather do it lives Because then i have just like we're on here is i can. Have you know. point out at. Ask him to ask question. I can use their name. I can pull them in a breakout room with email. Delighted to interrupt breakout working with stephen. Break our ten or fifteen years back somebody else right so just wanted to let you know the enjoying the coach is really wanna make time all the lead the book. Well why should you should receive after. Act one of those topics we've got a lot. Could be absa free free material on rohingya effective marketing and so the actual unlivable way down. We play it as a as an audio read the report. Whatever you do in paul to responsive to your question i tend to do all of the above. I have a package that i did years ago. That was audio. Cd dvd booklet and all. Three of them were exactly the same context right so they read and most people who did all of them wouldn't recognize. It was the same thing but it was exactly the same landing page. Held all the options. Yeah they can choose what they wanted exactly exactly and a lotta times. Uab split test the offer right so the offer may be a free podcast on blank but then when they come to it it could give him the transcript or it could give them the chapter of.
Bennett Throws 5 TD Passes, No. 2 Georgia Stifles UAB 56-7
"Stetson Bennett tied a school record with five touchdown passes filling in for injured starter JT Daniels leading second ranked Georgia to a fifty six seven route of you A. B. Bennett completed his first six passes for going all the way to the end zone for the Bulldogs Jermaine Burton set the tone by slipping behind the secondary to haul in a seventy three yard TD from Bennett that coming on George's second offensive play by the opening minute of the second quarter Bennett tacked on scoring passes of twelve yards to Katie McIntosh eighty nine yards to Brock Bowers and sixty one yards to Arian Smith I'm the ferry
"uab" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Savings for the win Super Bowl champion Kevin Butler with us on the Napa tailgate show Kevin during the off season. Coach Smart expressed concern rightly so about replacing last year's gunners on the punt protection team. Looks like he's found his man and Aryan Smith. Yeah, I tell you, it's a very good feeling to find somebody that you're confident in. When you're talking about a big play like a part in the punt return field goal field goal blocked whatever it might be. Throw in the Kickoffs, too. You need to have those impact players, and I think it's really going to come into play. Today. We're playing a tough, very disciplined you A B team Honda and this team believes they can compete with Georgia said they're going to look for every edge. First place. You look special teams. What can we do? Where we match up with Georgia. So it's really going to be a challenge to the players today from Georgia to be disciplined and to be mature about the situation. The aware of anything that can happen because what you A B wants Is an extra possession one extra possession here, and there can make the difference for that team in this game, and those usually come off the special team play very good. The Gunners, of course, crucial to special teams, success and field position. But when your punter Can nail his first four punts inside the opponent's 20 years. Jake Amarna did in the win over Clemson. Well, that sure doesn't hurt. He had one of an elite kick of 50 something yards with a five something hanging. I mean, that's just you don't people don't do that. 53 55 1 hang or something? It's like crazy. Jake is a He's a weapon. You know, he's one that we talked about, and obviously he's got the national attention being everybody's all American, but he is a true weapon. He understands the game. And he'll sacrifice apart here and they're Honda to make sure that he puts his defense in great position. And I know who has. Kirby has got that defensive heart when it comes down to it. He loves the sea, Those kind of place and it puts his defense in a really good position. Jake is a weapon for us. Maybe not a common opponent for us anything you know about their special teams. Anything that stands out to you, Kev. Well, they're good punting team their punters last week at three punch for 50 yard average. So it's something that they have the ability to flip that field too. So So You know, we're still trying to find as we talked about that pure return person. Maybe we'll see curious back there today. Maybe not. But whoever is going to be back there we talk about number one thing. Catch the ball, then get upfield. So you may be is a disciplined team, and it really does start and special teams. You can't be deemed a disciplined team. If you're not disciplined in special teams, because that's often Where you see the most confusion. All right, Great. Thanks so much. Kevin Butler with you Who better to give you the low down on special teams, then a Hall of Fame kicker who sired and all American punter right number two. Georgia home opener versus UAB. The weather is picture perfect in Athens. G A collisions commence today just after 3 30 on the Bulldogs Sports network. Poor powers. The official protein drink of Georgia football, fueled by 26 g of high quality protein to give your body what it needs when it needs it. Recovering, build lean muscle with core power, the.
"uab" Discussed on SharkFarmer Podcast
"All the hurdles same thing is the guy who pops in it a little cessna implies or the guy who hops in the big seven thirty seven if lies granted. They have to go through a little bit more training. That's why it has taken a lot of time in the. Us is or that reason but now the technology has came so much farther that it's being more accepted in the us and the fa is literally changing. I don't wanna say changing the rules. They're adjusting on a daily basis and adapting as more. Uab's route there. So what are you talking about. The technology improving you talking about like the ability for that thing to fly itself the automation of it. The batteries the controller every bit of it is improving on a daily basis now with automated technology. You said after flight plan. Do your mission planning that. It's the launch and it will off our application. If it runs out in the middle of field an automatically stops its lies back reload and then it will continue back to that point location and start continues application. I think part of a to the reason it's improved now. That battery life so on. I think one of the hindrances over the last few years why. it's been a little slow to take off. You're not going to compete with a ninety foot wide rows. Breyer in champaign. Yeah it's it'd be smaller field areas. Let's go back to the license..
"uab" Discussed on Bro History
"Point out that that that this report is asking for more investment and looking for more study on the on the question of ufo's and i kind of support it For a number of reasons. I think it's also kind of a potentially a like. This is all intentional right the way. They've leaked all information in the way that they set this up could very easily. Just be an excuse to spend more money on the military this all totally possible But you know given what we know. I think it's a little nuts now. Remember that study. I was just talking about where you know and and by the way i wanna make this absolutely clear we have left the realm of stating the facts as we know them. And we're now entering into the part of the show where i'm going to start talking about. Some theories and conspiracies and shit like that so full disclosure say from one could be totally bullshit but remember how. I talked about this b. n. d. n. f. d. p. I study where they talk about the physics and stuff like that. But there's a whole bunch more interesting thing that i pulled out of it in the math stuff is all a nightmare but i was able to find a bunch of really great gems that i think can help us. You know talk about this. So here's one point They're talking this pitt. About how they these objects are accelerating at a crazy high rate. Speed tillerson of this so The power required to accelerate the uav as a function of time. Assuming the uab is propelled in a conventional way The required power peaks at a shocking eleven hundred gigawatts which exceeds the total nuclear production of the united states by more than a factor of ten. Let me stop the power involved to move. At the rate of speeds that they've been able to observe is ten times more power than the entire nuclear power production of the united states..
"uab" Discussed on Liberation
"Him any quality of life for extend his life or what would you like to do They gave the statistic roughly at the time of predicted of about ten percent. That would come out of the surgery. And so i guess that leaves nine percent. I was going to die. My parents thankfully made a choice and the choice they made was to give it a shot. And so i went into surgery. On september thirtieth nineteen seventy five at the time was the youngest baby in the state of alabama to have full blown open heart surgery. There had been some you know some tweaks in such as that but at the time it was just it was unheard of for town under a year old. Now today they'll do him in the womb. So it's different but They did what's known as the mustard procedure was the dist- the name. They gave the surgery itself. They did that back. On separatism september thirtieth nineteen seventy five had a bleeding complication within the first twenty four hours. But after that Did very very well of my childhood. Pretty much normal growing up had a lot of restriction. As far as physical activity couldn't play organized sports you know yada yada that sort of stuff But as far as being able to live a semi normal child as at seminar normal child would. I was able to do that But they always thought i had to go the cardiologists very regularly Every time that i would go into cardiology office over at uab they would move the equipment from the small little exam rooms. Typically with us they would move the equipment to a conference room So that they can have twenty five or thirty people standing around watching the exams. There will be doctors from all over. Of course it's a student. It's university hospital so student Medical students there but doctors from everywhere watching Doing exams My pediatric cardiologists later. Much much later in life was ready by several of the popular magazines and such as being the number..
Notable Developments on the College Basketball Coaching Carousel Scuttlebutt
"A lot of movement on the coaching carousel. Over the past couple of days the big. One of course was indiana firing archie miller. After four seasons. We talked about that on a previous podcast. So go find it. We're not going to spend any time on that here but let me walk you through the other notable developments richard patino out at minnesota and as up tuesday morning. He's the new coach at new mexico. State has quote parted ways with steve. Prohm depaul finally took. Dave laid off the hot seat list. Boston college hired earl. Grant penn state hired mike castrucci berry dead leg spin a pretty good right now. It's spinning man. Yeah listen we give the. We are gearing up for this tournament. We got we got more than forty eight hours till. We're gonna tip the first game here so as expected. We've had some movement on the carousel. So we'll let's get into a little bit of this This scuttle but here kind of take it job by job. Best job openings indiana. Let's kind of go in order. I guess second best job. That's open. I would say iowa state is a better job than minnesota steve. Prohm gets fired late monday night. His jamie pollard was on the selection committee so he traveled back as he should have to meet with promo person and do what he what needed to be done You and i both seven the podcast in january. We expected steve prone to return next season. But we also didn't expect iowa state to never win a game like he just got to an irreversible point. so he's done. He put out a classy statement on tuesday morning. And i don't know whether or not steve prohm will land somewhere else head. Coaching position this coaching cycle but he will be a head coach again. He did take iowa state to three inch tournaments he was really good prior to that at murray state and certainly qualified for. It's just a matter of Is there anything out there. That he would be offered or anything out there that he would want as for the job. The candidates we're early. But i'm told that this is certainly a coach that you know quite well as well i'm told jamie pollard definitely will be considering. Unlv head coach. Tj burger near the top of his list. I can't say that he is the favorite. I just think that it's objectively true. That tj also burger will be under consideration for the iowa state job along the likes of. You're going to hear puerto moser connected to multiple jobs on this podcast because let's face it especially if he wins at least one tournament game. He's just a hot name. And he's going to be attached to iowa st paul minnesota. I i don't know if you'd be a favorite for state. But i think his name makes sense. I think utah. State's craig smith might make sense and then a high. I do have a wildcard one. Uab's andy kennedy has gone to the sec. Good job at ole miss. He's just one year and at uab but he had he had a really good year. In fact i think he won more games in his first season. This past season than just about anyone. Maybe all of all of the first year coach coaches. So i think that's a fact no first year coach at a new program. One more games this season than ak i. It's just i'm lobbying out. There is a name that should be considered. And then i did see fran for shila tweet this and i do. I do think there's something to it. Like a baylor is a one seed could be in the final four. Hey first time since bill henderson all that good stuff tang is a is a high level power conference assistant that is deserving of an opportunity would come at a power conference level. I don't know. But i think it's only a matter of time before jerome tank. Its job as well. So i'm just tossing him in knows the league as potentially someone that They should consider or at least at the very least interview sets an initial pool of
"uab" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Overwatch League Releases New Format, Schedule for 2021
"Quite a few changes for the league that likely at the toughest twenty-twenty seeing multiple players retire in entire roster is being dropped to cut costs and stagnant viewership while the o w l sister lead. The CDL has actually just kicked off the o w l won't start up until April 16th the goal I think was way out ahead of the covid-19 demek and what we won't be entirely Out of the Woods by April things are actually trending pretty quickly in the right direction. Thank God still the owner of the wall is putting forth a hybrid format that can be played online or in physical locations first off instead of a regular season format like traditional Sports b o w l will be following the CDL into a more tournament based regular-season structure. The structure will feature three weeks of qualifiers, then a mid-season tournament repeated 4 times. So to make that more clear the weekends of April 16th, April 23rd, and April 29th will be the first qualifiers then the first name Tournament will be the main melee on May 7th that schedule repeats through May June July and August. Each tournament has kind of a silly name may may lay is fine. Even if it's a little bit hard to say. Some people might assume to Smash Bros event. There's also the summer Showdown and the countdown cup which are both solid alliterations will give you that but they really Force the alliteration with the June just like white jesting. I don't think it makes sense names aside. This format will likely be easier to follow for fans on YouTube you sports events do well when they crowned some sort of champion at the end of it. Only League of Legends has really been successful creating a regular season format in Esports the c d l o w l and even our LCS have all abandoned their attempts to do so in the last one or two years this year will also see three Western o w l teams competed in Asia the Valiant fusion and New York Excelsior are all moving operations to Asia for this year that brings the divisions to 8 Eastern teams and 12 Western ones. Mid-season tournament will feature both East and West teams, they will start online but will actually compete in Hawaii once they're able to resume safely talk to UAB. I do renounce any critiques of the o w l if you invite me to a mid-season tournament in Hawaii, but I reserve the right to make fun of the name June just I'm just putting that out there right now. And the last thing to talk about with the new schedule is the price full up. Once again this year crossing the song million dollar Mark over all events Grand Champions will get a share of one point five million. But with the o w l the price still feels kind of weird, right like every team paid at least twenty million dollars in often month to even compete in this league at all. Sure splitting for a million is nice but teamed invested a whole lot more to even be in the league having a chance to win a mill back feels different from prizes and leagues that don't cost money millions of dollars to enter But ultimately the o w l can still be successful. Even if it's been pretty Doom and Gloom for a while now, they just have to keep growing in China last year a be reported in ama of birth. 1 million viewers for the playoffs the majority of which are in China. It's basically the Golden Goose for Esports if alley can remain popular in China, they could continue to exist on that alone and it'll be a crucial years so w l that's for
Former Producer and Program Director at WJOX, Pat Smith, Reminisces About the Show's Infancy
"Pat is The program director. W j. o. x. and of course he He's part of the global system trouble. I'm as i've assisted. Pd in co host. Because our good friend ryan heins program. I i'm always thinking. I had but i apologize but i'm always trying to to do things that i'm not supposed to be doing but it's really good to have you those days. I wanna i wanna go back. Because i ended up moving to a station where you. I think you were an intern But it wasn't too long after that that that you became a producer on the program. And i'm gonna let you kind of tell the story of how all of that ended up to where we are. Now oh wow Kind of a cliff. Notes version Basically like you said you're at another radio station. I think your contract had had come up and and you had Looked elsewhere and i happened to be at a news. Talk station which the sports talk. Show followed rush limbaugh's program and all the sudden you showed up Along with bob walked me at the radio station on that On that fateful I think it was a friday night after had done a show and then Just so happens. You guys came on the air on monday. I happened to be at the right place at the right time. And i was finishing up school at uab. And and you know you. And i developed a quick relationship and and decided from that point in time to kind of try to take the show to the next level and a few years later were able to get syndicated throughout the state of alabama and then mayor obviously sirius xm and then ultimately espn and where you are today at the sec network so just very blessed to be part of it from day one. I want to go back to that moment. Where we were on the affiliate in we are on the station in birmingham. And and you really started thinking You know bigger picture. I i was. I was at the time doing local television. I was still riding a newspaper on. So i i wasn't that the forward thinking but You thought to show could go beyond that area and what was so interesting about it. Is that once. it did There were a lot of people that that thought. Your idea was was insane. Now you're right You know it's so hard and difficult to tell people about this. Because i remember paul when the fax machine became you know a prevalent thing and offices and i never forget when we started getting stuff backs to us like before you came to the radio station because typically you would either be at the newspaper finishing up a column ridgetop by tv station. Then he committed the radio show and people around the south east would be faxing us newspaper articles because we didn't have internet internet was not invented yet. And so it was fascinating for us to be able to to get information from outside of the state of alabama and so that kind of up some different topics that we could do on the show and the one that started thinking. Well you know what you know. People outside of birmingham. We're on a five. Thousand watt am radio station and more people need to hear this program because we're inundated by voicemails and people you know would communicate with us anyway. They could until it's how much they love the show and more and more of the show and so at the time was able to go to to management and and pitch the idea of potentially getting on a few stations in the state of alabama. And that just kind of steamrolled and for many many years we kept adding stations and at one point we had. I believe in the mid thirties before we got on sirius. Xm so it was just a it was a great time in radio and we were very fortunate to have the people that believed in us. Just like you believed in the idea. So it will. And i'm gonna come back to some of the early stories but but i think for i want you to comment on this. I'll never forget. I was in pasadena We're actually newport together for the rose bowl national championship game between alabama and texas. And because i think a an illness in your family with I think your wife's mother or something you weren't able to make the trip and called me out there and you told me that You had gotten a call from somebody at sirius. Xm and i really. I thought you were kidding Because they wanted to run the show as a regular in an in an afternoon time slot in. And i want you to go back to that moment because there was a buzz around our Our crew at the time. And we you know. We have a fairly big crew now because of television and radio. I don't know if even matches the number of people that you had working with that particular moment in time. Because they were they were producers. They were Exa- they were assistant producer. They're dedicated phone. Screeners that That had their own contracts. But i did but i mean would you would. You agree That was the moment that things really started to change. No there's no question about that. And i'm glad that you wanted me to tell about this out of the story because i thought you were going to publicly remained me again for putting you outside the rose bowl at a outside party music. Play okay No no i was. I got i gotta call the blue Someone that are not you know. Never heard of before and they just said you know we'd love to show We want to talk to you about this show going. You know. Nationwide siriusxm You guys be interested in that. And i are you kidding me absolutely and then i remember calling you in pasadena and said you'll never believe this phone call and of course a lot of times like you would whether i'd call you and say hey. We got this coach on today or we got this happening today or whatever the case may be you know you a would you know i can picture you rolling your eyes going. Yeah whatever you know but then it finally sunk in it. You know. 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China spacecraft enters Mars orbit, 2nd in 2 days after UAE
"Is getting very busy by the way you've got china's spacecraft expected to orbit mars this morning and then shoot that down up walk. Yesterday was the united arab emirates space craft from the uab. Now just because enter the martian orbit. But they're in the orbit and then it takes them a couple of months to get down to the surface yeah and then asses. Perseverance is persevering. And it's going to land and go into a martian crater on february. Eighteenth
"uab" Discussed on In The Pews
"This trying to stay still chain. Stay so did a great job. It was fantastic. Definitely worth it. I loved it so much. I created a little gift. If i thought yes just high love. It doesn't do it justice you gotta have him screaming. S you gotta get the sound. You gotta get my gosh. Reiki love it. I love it so funny. We we had deacon houston in here. Yes and he says he hasn't been pranked yet. So i don't know if you have the connection but you know i have the connections. That's what i'll say. I'll have the connections. Peter parker situation. Could you please tell spiderman. But it's actually no. I think it's like i'm trying to think of a different example. Maybe it's like. I don't know the avengers or something and i'm like who's a pointless. Uh vendor give them a call my guys entire but brief yes so is there anything in the works yet for thirty nine years. There's nothing in the works. Were not that. I know of but again have uab. Has there ever been talk about pranking father dad or is that off limits i. It's not because fathered a really you know he. He's he's he's a casual guy. He's he's very jolly and now if you think that like i've been in cohorts with these ladies you gotta talk to father dad because other dot has been i mean he. Many doors have been opened by phone with a master keys. Many doors have been opened. So i think i think he might be like owed a prank. I think that father's father all right. You guys got to help me out now. Yes exactly ever gotten back at anybody with with the pranks are it's just not at that level. He's terms of creativity. I i think it would take a lot to get back like get those like get them back. It would be so good at it. They'd see it a mile away here really good at it. They are really really good at it. Yes yes they're really good at it all right so you've been here at saint faustina for about a year and a half now. Yes what are your plans for the future for yourself for for for the ministry absolutely so for the ministry we really wanna look toward continuing to create the opportunity for our groups of teenagers to encounter the person of jesus i. I usually say the what we want us. fossey's to be like is to be walking back like literally into the garden. So the original plan. Perfect communion with god. I mean with each other and were obviously we're not going to get that Spot on but we're trying to foster that kind of an environment and so it's an environment of inclusion. It's an environment of love. And then it's an environment of discipleship. That's kind of where how we move And so that's what we want to continue to to be doing with our programs We want to continue to offer more and more things and continue to facilitate all that. Hopefully we'll be moving into a new building with more space and that will also kind of foster the environment that we're looking for with our leadership Team were like for high school. Were continuing to develop them and they're absolutely phenomenal on and and really just such a special part of what..
Harris leads Miami to season-opening win over UAB
"By the way watching the canes it's all about you baby thirty, one, fourteen struggling. If you ask me with UAB now, they're gonNA win the game right but there's just under six minutes to go. Yeah. They'RE GONNA win the game but not the way they should win the game. Let's be fair. Dates win by thirty. We said it today. Should win by thirty and there was a game that I'm sitting here sweating out sweating out that number. And you know what's funny is that UAB's got the ball and they're moving the ball on Miami. They just threw a twenty five yard for a first down. I mean it is unbelievable. They are so bad. It is beyond me how bad Miami is I don't care. You cannot tell me. That beating UAB thirty, one fourteen is good enough. When you say you do you remember when they used to play Miami is to have a schedule where they played at one cream puff at the beginning of the season first game they went sixty six to nothing. I. Mean the other team wouldn't even score. Now they play cranberries and they give up touchdowns left and right. It doesn't matter who they play everyone that that plays Miami's in the game.
A Lander for Europa
"They spend a lot of interest in Europe, for while there's an inherent risk in statically landed asset. And that's where mobility comes in. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas, that shave our future team from Nasr's Jet Propulsion Laboratory honeybee robotics and produce diversity have received funding from Nasr's innovative advanced concepts program to develop vehicle to explore the icy crust of Jupiter's, moon, Europa, meet Sparrow. The steam propelled autonomous retrieval robot for ocean world's. Here's Gareth Marian Griffith to explain more about their Nyack proposal. Picturing, quote, voter UAB replaced, the propellers with thrusters stick it inside of a house the ball on free pitch, and, and your axes such that if I pitched my system left, it would roll left, who could row, right forward backward. And of course, hop, which I imagined. Would be the primary modality of this system. We envision Sparrow a softball size pillow to a primary land emission by heating available ice s propellant Sparrow, solves the issue of carrying additional fuel, and it's spherical, cage enables rapid mobility across any kind of terrain for enervating now. I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA.
"They spend a lot of interest in Europe for while there's an inherent risk in statically landed asset, and that's where mobility comes in. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future team from Nasr's Jet, Propulsion, Laboratory honeybee, robotics and produce diversity have received funding from Nasr's innovative advanced concepts program to develop vehicle to explore. The icy crust of Jupiter's moon Europa, meet Sparrow, the steam propelled autonomous retrieval robot for ocean world's. Here's Gareth Marian. Griffith to explain more about their Nyack proposal. Picturing quote, voter UAB replaced the propellers with thrusters stick it inside of a house the ball on free pitch, and and your axes such that if I pitched my system left, it would roll left who could row right forward backward. And of course, hop which I imagined. Would be the primary modality of this system. We envision Sparrow a softball size pillow to a primary land emission by heating available ice s propellant. Sparrow solves the issue of carrying additional fuel. And it's spherical cage enables rapid mobility across any kind of terrain for enervating. Now. I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA.
Three Astronauts Take Off To International Space Station
"Or two. We all talk about it. And and I made the decision to go for one. I felt like we were in a good spot with our team. You kinda feel where we were going coach Matt Nagy hope the bears would stop the giants and winning over time. But New York field goal that ginormous Jenkins broke up. Chase Daniel's last pass on fourth and eight that was that thirty to twenty seven the giants when it more from Dan Hampton coming up after this newscast. The Green Bay Packers say goodbye to coach Mike McCarthy after Mason Crosby missed a field goal. Dan at twenty seventeen loss at home to Arizona, college football nine big ten teams are going. Bowling that. The conference was shut out of the playoffs for the second year in a row, Alabama, Oklahoma. Clemson Notre Dame the playoff matchups. Ohio State plays Washington in the Rose Bowl northwestern against Utah and the holiday bowl in San Diego. Northern Illinois is going bowling the Boca Raton bowl against UAB. The Blackhawks came up short against Calgary three to our xfinity. Blackhawks report Jonathan tapes Dylan from scored for the hawks and Corey Crawford made thirty eight saves, but they drop their fourth straight. Now, they go on the road Wednesday night there at Anaheim. And last night the ducks trailed Washington five one came back to win six to five. College hoops, the big ten opener for Illinois, a seventy five sixty loss to Nebraska, although the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball Dave at WGN sports. As
What did Omar Mateen's widow know before the Orlando nightclub shooting?
"To people victim and the shooter are dead after a man opened fire at an alabama hospital birmingham police responded to the active shooter wednesday and they said they found two people with gunshot wounds as as they arrived on scene today at about six fifty five pm a citywide call went in for an active shooter situation located here you highland highlands hospital on eleventh avenue south upon all sorts arrival victims were found both through transporting one here wants a uab maine's for treatment during the search for the suspect a man was found with his self inflicted gunshot wounds that individual has been pronounced deceased status on the victims one victim is in stable condition unfortunately have to report the second victim did not survive and was pronounced the seats during surgery investigators are continuing their investigation and have a lot of information to sort through and evidence so we can try and determine what led to this tragic incident tonight there is no threats to the public due to this incident authorities said they were unsure of the shooter's relation to the victims elsewhere it was an emotional day of testimony at the trial of the widow of a man who shot and killed forty nine people at a florida nightclub on the first day of the trial wednesday jurors listen to a witness who hid under a dead body for three hours and shots were fired and they heard from an orlando police detective who choked up on the stand federal prosecutors are trying to link thirtyoneyearold noor salman to the actions of her husband omar mateen prosecutors said he was noted by his lungs terrorism to navy pilots are dead after their fighter jet went down off the coast of florida wednesday's crash killed the pilot and the weapons system officer even though they both ejected of the navy says the pair was trying to land during a training flight when the jet went down the cause of the crash is under investigation now republican senator rand paul says he'll oppose president trump's nomination of mike pompeo was secretary of state and gina hospital as the next director paul's announcement complicates their confirmation process in the senate that's what republicans have a very slim majority with regard to denomination of hospital i am troubled by her participation in the black ops site in thailand quote from one of the interrogator says gina hospital said good job i like the.
2 dead, including suspect, after shooting at Birmingham hospital, authorities say
"Aluminum industries are major employers and might still be hurt by us tariffs even though president trump has given canada a temporary exemption trudeau says canada is at the nafta table contributing but won't be bowled over by the americans and even pushing back on some issues adding that he wants a modernized nafta one that's a win win situation he also stressed that the level of integration between the us and canadian steel industries means that both economies would be hurt by tariffs for npr news i'm dan carpenter chuck in toronto a white house spokeswoman says the us shares britain's finding that russia is responsible for the poisoning of a former russian spy and his daughter in england last week white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders says the us finds the attack reckless the british government is retaliating and we'll expel twentythree russian diplomats russia has denied involvement this is npr the houses passed legislation in response to the deadly florida school shooting the measure does not affect gun rights at all instead it authorizes five hundred million dollars in federal grants to improve links between schools and local law enforcement it's supposed to identify and help people who could be prone to violence before they act the senate has yet to pass the bill but it has by partisan support one person has been killed and another wounded after a shooting at a hospital last night in birmingham alabama from member station w b h m g g do band reports a gunman has also died the shooting happened at uab highlands hospital birmingham police say a shooter there was pronounced dead due to self inflicted gunshot wounds of the two other victims one died during surgery the other was in stable condition birmingham police say they received a call for an active shooter at the hospital just before seven pm in their search they found and the suspect dead the hospital has cancelled all surgeries scheduled for thursday for npr news i'm gdp do ban in birmingham the international committee of the red cross says a relief convoy has gotten into the rebel held syrian enclave of eastern gupta the convoy consists of several trucks and officials hope to deliver aid to thousands of trapped syrian civilians relief agencies have been trying to get aid into the enclave and helped civilians flee but sustained attacks by syria and its allies including russia and by rebels have delayed the effort i'm korva coleman npr news support.
Ben Carson and his wife choose $31,000 dining set for government office
"At a high school in south florida organizers have three demands for lawmakers a ban on assault weapons universal background checks on all gun sales and red flag laws that allow courts to seize guns from people who show signs of violent behavior the students approach met resistance in some places some school districts warned of disciplinary action for walking out correspondent andy rose the protest was one of the biggest by students since the antiwar protests in the nineteen sixties two people are dead following a shooting last night at uab highlands hospital in birmingham alabama one of the dead passed away in surgery the other the suspected shooter died of a self inflicted gunshot wound police spokesman peter williston investigators are continuing their investigation and have a lot of information sort through an evidence so we can try and determine what led to this tragic incident recently released emails suggested housing and urban development secretary ben carson and his wife had a hand in choosing a thirty one thousand dollar dining set for carson's government office correspondent rene marsh hud spokesman told cnn last month of carson's ted quote zero awareness of this purchase being made later secretary carson painted a picture of limited involvement saying quote i briefly looked at catalogs for dining furniture and was shocked by the cost as for ms carson in my wife also looked at catalogs and wanted to be sure that the color of the chair fabric of any said matched the rest of the decor petition from walmart amazon along with almost six billion dollars in debt has destroyed toys r us saddening kids of all ages the chang a planning to clues i'm christopher cruise i hate water softeners i really hate softeners i hate the thought of lugging salt and that it ruins septic systems but.
Students inspired by Parkland walk out of class, call for gun reform
"A cumulus station walkout school safety bill passes i'm christopher cruise one month to the day that seventeen people were shot and killed at a high school in south florida tens of thousands of students at about twenty eight hundred schools throughout the us walked out of class demanding stronger gun control laws in florida broward county school superintendent robert runcie says social media rumors that the movement is being controlled by someone other than high school students are flat out wrong the district has played no role in organizing any activities for students i mean i think those are the same critics say our students are actors you know they're paid actors or they're not even students no nineteen year old man accused of the murders at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida last month heard the charges against him wednesday a judge entered not guilty pleas on behalf of nncholas crews he's also accused of wounding fifty a seventeen people in the attack but house has approved a gun control bill aimed at making schools safer safer that is the vote was four zero seven to ten house majority leader kevin mccarthy wash what we have produced on this floor it's not just go safety is i talked to before the national instant criminal background check making sure we're preventing those that should not have a weapon to be able to make sure we stopped that two people are dead including the suspect in the shooting at the uab highlands hospital in birmingham alabama it happened wednesday night police spokesman peter williston investigators are continuing their investigation and have a lot of information sort through and evidence so we can try and determine what length to this tragic incident about a dozen democrats joined all of the republicans in the senate wednesday to approve a bill that loosens regulations that were imposed after the two thousand eight wall street meltdown the bill will reduce the regulatory burden on community banks and mortgage lenders some democrats warned the deregulation could help.