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Fresh update on "ucla" discussed on Roleplay Retcon

Roleplay Retcon

04:44 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ucla" discussed on Roleplay Retcon

"It is five hundred gold piece Oh. Actually, that's very relieving I mean we don't have that but I really thought it wasn't going to be money like just your whole deal like I really thought it might not have been money. I mean if you want a discount we can. Only. Do a Marvin wants a discount not onto discount. What I got my pack. What do trades? Okay. Everyone pull the money together. How much? How much money got? What I had twelve gold, but then I, paid for dinner for everyone. So now I've got like ten. So the saw twenty five. got. A book that's probably. Five or six. I mean the only book you should have is your spell. I have a book of Law as well. Okay. Yeah, it's probably not Worth Punch Mike Components, but we're not worth anything. My Clothes Ucla has got some really nice cheese, but he does not want to part with it. I just got that for him. Got About. Fifty gold pieces on me. I have five silver. So when we were out there when we were letting your friend go. I was doing this show and I was doing this and this and like throwing acts like this and spinning ruling I got five silver I'll give you that. You layaway program. We definitely do not. You know why we should just be these. We should just go steal some shit now. I don't know if I can allow you being unlicensed thieves in my city to go about a costing its citizenry. I only a cost people who accosted me I. Really, if you remember you and snails. have some heavy packs of things you may have. Procured from the Magic College. We stole some stuff already fine and. I. Would like to see what of this is worth five, hundred gold just give it. Is it everything is everything I own is that the shirt off of my back? It's definitely not the shirt off your back but in your pack, you definitely have that. Box of allusion. A box believers I you reckon that's worth probably about three hundred go. And I. Tell You what? Call me higher low. Low. It is low. You between you and snails you have mass enough. From what you have Excuse me. Between you and snails, you have enough in your packs that you can sell to their fences to make up the five hundred you'll and actually a little bit. Here you go. We've got this for you just for you. This will do. Just Nicely I. Worth is priceless in academic sense. So please keep that. As for me, it's worth five hundred gold, which will get you entrance. Into this little maze here, right? Hey, thank you so much. Beloved Land and Gorgeous Ruler. Webbank, you sipple Evelyn. Cheshire. He has belevolence I recommend you all. Take your ease about the holidays here a rest up because you will need your strength. Yes come. You see these guns. Is Guys See your massive moms we? Actually. Drink. Actually think we didn't. LOSE ANY HP or use any fell five. Did Not you did a very good shop. Well, we do. So rest up and we will see your. Metal? Tomorrow..

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Los Angeles - Nothing Preventing USC, Pac-12 Teams From Playing This Season, Gov Newsom

Mason & Ireland

02:44 min | Last week

Los Angeles - Nothing Preventing USC, Pac-12 Teams From Playing This Season, Gov Newsom

"A very weird day when it comes to PAC twelve football future of it got earlier this morning, the big ten announced they're coming back. They're coming back on October twenty third they they're confident that with their testing and the way that college football has kind of gone over the past couple of weeks at other schools that they can safely bring kids back now you and I both gone on record saying, we don't think it's the smartest thing in the world to play college football. So I'm not saying that I want college football to come back I don't. US He really wants to play their players. All wrote a letter to Gavin Newsom but here's why I'm bringing this up the big ten and outs were coming back Larry Scott the commissioner of the pack twelve immediately she's a statement that says because of the governor's guidelines we are not allowed to practice in the state of California which means USC Ucla Stanford and cal all would be unable to practice about an hour later Gavin newsom the governor California was doing a press conference and he was asked is that true that you won't allow those teams to practice? Here's part of what newsome hadn't his answer quote. I WanNa make this crystal clear. Nothing in the state guidelines denied the ability for the PAC twelve to resume quite to the contrary. This has been a misrepresentation of the facts and quote. What is Larry Scott and the PAC twelve referencing when they say. They can't play because of NEWSOM and NEWSOM says, it's not true who's telling the truth here newsome. Governor ain't Lion Larry Scott I. I've never been a fan of I think he could screw up a ham sandwich. But I but I do think that newsome is telling the truth and I think we're at the point John Now with the big ten resuming along with the SEC in the big twelve and the ACC, I think it is time for the PAC twelve to seriously consider resume or starting the season starting it earlier. They've got access to this rapid testing program. They're able to test players in in very short order really quick tests. I don't see any reason why the PAC twelve shouldn't be playing right now the. Monroe. Saint Brown Graham Harrell Bunch of USC. People have tweeted this letter out basically to goose to newsom saying, please let us play and newsom saying, no, you're you're allowed to play. It's it's up to your it's up to your athletic directors. It's up to your chancellor's I. Think it's time to have a vote among twelve PAC twelve schools and get a season started.

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Curtis Saunders and his 1914 Model T

Cars That Matter

04:29 min | 2 weeks ago

Curtis Saunders and his 1914 Model T

"This is Robert loss of welcome to another episode of cars that matter today we're joined by Dr Curtis Saunders, Mechanical Engineer Researcher at Johns Hopkins University Tower Things in Baltimore today, Curtis agreed Robert. It's a beautiful sunny day here in Curtis is here because he's the owner of a nineteen fourteen Ford model t now I guess I could make all kinds of jokes curtis about how you really need a PhD in mechanical engineering to work on one of these. But I'm sure it doesn't hurt. I we're going to dig into the history of the Ford model teachers to understand a little bit better. Why was such important automobile? The Ford model t is often named the car the century. Obviously, it's an important car. Why is it important to you? I should say while I'm a mechanical engineer I've always loved history. I'm always been a student of history and history has always been a passion of mine. So the model t important to to me. One of the reasons is just the impact it had on American history and just the general in addition just to manufacturing in general the manufacturing methods behind the model. t some of the things that Henry Ford merely pioneered with the car I was just really fast anyhow had in areas as well as the impact car itself had in American culture from what I understand. They made about fifteen million and they had quite a lifespan and first one came. Out in Nineteen Oh eight is that right? Yes. That is correct Kinda wrap things up by one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven when by that time was almost as much of an antique as it is today it's amazing how long the car ran and even through its cycle while the appeared. So the car changed a lot of the underlying the chemical structure while had some changes remain basically the same, the same four cylinder engine, the chew speed transmission. The bones are really did run twenty years I remember years and years ago in my former life I worked with the operating engineers, UCLA. What do we have these emergency generator rooms now ucla campus was built back in the nineteen twenties and we actually had an emergency generator that was still powered by a Model T. engine this back in the eighties imagine that that old engine was deemed reliable enough and competent enough to be working all those decades later. Really Testament to the Durance of that particular design you talk about Henry, Ford and how the model t was really the first mass produced car but I almost get the feeling. Henry could have been making washing machines or vacuum cleaners in a lot of ways the model t was sort of a test bed for the whole production line process actually rates moving assembly line process was not unique to model ts and applied to so many different types of products from airplanes, trains, cars, like you said, also goods washing machines TV's. Of that type of process, we take it for granted now, but someone had to think of it I in there had to be a pioneer that type of industry that really started this whole thing not only introducing a whole new way of making things it was done. So efficiently and relatively inexpensively that I gave any American with a halfway decent paying job the opportunity to own a car or it's eight a here's rolling car off the assembly. Line every ninety seconds from what I understand though maybe you can correct me if I'm wrong the model t was such a grand vision of Henry Ford's that he actually set up manufacturing facilities or plants all around the country, and even in other comments, he truly believed it was the car for the masses I. Don't think he really viewed it as just something for a specific region or even a specific country her specific time thought he'd really. distill down essential components vehicle and that that's what anyone in the world would what I guess. There was more than just one model T. everything from pickup trucks to delivery vans they made a whole bunch of them didn't they? Absolutely, there is various types of cars from to Cedars. Cedars even enclosed cars and open cars later and the whole line of trucks. You can even buy a model t rolling chassis and build your own body for it. If you didn't like what Fort is offering, you could just build your own. You're not even limited cars like you said, the power plant could by the Ford engine, the Ford, power plant and just apple sorts of other applications that would make a nice Margarita blender wouldn't it just about the right amount of horsepower to get that is just just right. Everybody knows what one looks like but I suspect most people don't really understand what it takes to. Make one move got a little engine. What is like three liter inline four or something like that it's a little inline four and it has a two speed transmission. What's the horsepower output on that engine? Would you figure it was rated at twenty two and a half horsepower? Wow. Okay. There's a lot of lawnmowers. Today might a riding mower hardware store that has more horsepower than this little novelty

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Trump Defies Nevada Directive as Thousands Gather for Indoor Rally

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump Defies Nevada Directive as Thousands Gather for Indoor Rally

"It appears that corona virus doesn't seem to affect Donald trump or indeed any of his supporters at a rally in Nevada. This weekend supporters mostly mask free stood cheek by jowl as president claim that the US has nearly conquered. The virus O'Brien classes assistant professor in global politics at UCLA AND CO author, how to rig an election and he joins me now for an update on the week's election events in the United States Brian Welcome back. Good Morning. Let's begin with this latest rally in Nevada. There's widespread coverage of the fact that social distancing rules will broken practically on every single level going against Nevada state regulations and indeed the national regulations. Yeah I. Mean it's it's just remarkable in mind boggling I mean here in the UK we have new restrictions in place trying to limit the spread of the virus on Friday. There were six new deaths in the UK in the US were over a thousand and you have the president of the United States not just talking about how public health measures should be further rolled back but actually leading by example in doing. So by putting people at risk at his rallies and remember. That in a previous rally that he held indoors in Tulsa. Oklahoma this summer, a former presidential candidate Herman Cain seems to have contracted the virus at that rally in died. So I mean, this is not just putting people at risk in the abstract could actually kill some of the people who are at the rally not to mention infecting others who have made no choice to go to rallies and have been infected by by trump supporters. The many people have said that rally in Tulsa was. A turning point for Donald trump insofar as because of the deaths and because of the large infection rate that followed it, and the fact that that's that whole was pretty one-third empty when that happened it kind of changed his attitude towards everything. The fact that he has so openly you'll. have so openly defied all of the regulations isn't this now just a clearer sign that there is a, there is a public rift now between Donald Trump, the White House, and effectively all the rest of the world science. Yeah, there's there's no other comparison in world leadership I mean you know when? When Donald? Trump. Talked about the virus in the beginning. He called it a hoax. He down played it repeatedly, he lied to the public as we know now with these revelations from Bob Woodward's book in which he privately was saying that this is a very deadly virus in publicly saying there was no risk that it was going to disappear like a miracle but then recall in in April when public health measures were put in place in various states donald trump called on people to liberate those states that was the language used in tweets from the public health measures when masks were recommended by the public health officials, he said they're not required and he took it. Pains to say that you don't need to wear them. So you know there's a reason why the US consistently is having about a thousand deaths today while most most countries in Europe are in the either single digits or low double digits, and you know it's it's just an ongoing problem where the US is effectively given up right now in the US, the worst states are in the upper midwest and the reason for that is because just weeks ago, two hundred, fifty, thousand motorcyclists descended on a small town of seven thousand people in Sturgis, South Dakota, which is allowed to go ahead and it spread a massive outbreak. Of Two, hundred fifty thousand people meeting in the middle of a pandemic doesn't exist doesn't compute in other countries in the world and yet it's being done with Republican leaders sanction. Where is the drive coming forward to defy the regulations into to go in a different path you mentioned the the infamous interview he gave to Bob would march when he said I wanted to play it down I still like playing it down because I don't want to create a panic but at that time he did recognize the he's huge risks of a place by corona virus. Is there a sense that the the decision to make everything feel normal put everyone together in the same room is coming directly from trump or is this a campaign move? I think it is coming from him and I think it is a campaign move. I think it's coming from him trying to argue that he is putting the economy I A lot of this has been with his sort of mindset that we must open the economy and the fundamental mistake that he made in some other world leaders made, and then quickly realized that it was mistake is trying to divorced the economy from the virus. The economy will grow in the virus goes away. The economy will improve when the virus comes under control and so you. The what's happening in the United States is very, very bad as or equilibrium where you have high levels of virus transmission and therefore you have a very low levels of economic recovery because people are still scared and I think the campaign is going to have serious implications for trump not just because of how bad the virus outbreak is for everybody. But specifically, because the people who don't want him to put the economy, I are those who are most vulnerable to the Virus Aka those who are. Sixty five plus and vote a lot. Especially, our key voting demographic in places like Florida and Arizona where they have large retirement communities in their swing states. So if he continues to do this to sort of model behavior that clearly shows that he is willing to put their lives at risk, it's a it's a very big opening for Joe Biden to say to those voters. Look I'm I'm worried about the economy to, but I also don't want kill a whole lot of Americans before you know. Before the virus comes under control through a vaccine or or petering out through her immunity God forbid. So I think this is a very risky strategy and one that could end up backfiring for

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Mayor Garcetti on reports that COVID-19 may have been in Los Angeles as early as December

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Mayor Garcetti on reports that COVID-19 may have been in Los Angeles as early as December

"As you know, mayor researchers at Ucla in Los Angeles say they actually saw significant increase in patients with respiratory failure in their hospitals beginning in late December that suggest that the virus may have been spreading much earlier than previously thought based on all the briefings you're getting all the expertise you're learning about the outbreak in La does that seem possible? It's possible. We had no big outbreaks. So we might have had some limited cases and we don't believe that most of our spread came from people that were here community spread we're such an international city. This is the. Fourth Busiest airport in the world the busiest container port in all of the Western. Hemisphere. So we have a lot of people who come through this very important crossroads and it's more likely that most infections came from there but absolutely, it probably was in the United States certainly northern California and possibly down here a little bit earlier to one of the reasons I'm proud that we were the first big city to start shutting things down first. Big City to say widespread Maske's had to be mandated Those things are important in those save lives if we'd had that at the national level and what we saw was devastating this week in Bob Woodward's book about not only knowing the threat but China downplay it, and now everybody's trying to say, oh, he was trying to keep people calm keep people calm by telling them the truth and arming them with the ways to protect themselves and their families not by saying this will go away without a vaccine or you Don't need to wear a mask and those decisions unfortunately cost lives. But at the local level I'm proud that you know mayors throughout this country and many governors Republican and Democratic took those right steps because now the evidence is showing, it was probably here earlier than we imagined

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Los Angeles’ COVID-19 Spread May Have Started As Early As December, UCLA Researchers Say

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Los Angeles’ COVID-19 Spread May Have Started As Early As December, UCLA Researchers Say

"Virus problem long before it was identified. CBS's CAMI McCormick says a new report raises questions You see, Ella researchers say they've analyzed electronic health records and found there was a significant increase in patients with coughs and acute respiratory failure beginning in late December. These records are from health hospitals and clinics, and they show a sudden spike in symptoms in December through February, 50% above normal. The researchers say These findings prove the importance of analyzing health records. A federal

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National New Hampshire Day with Matt and Emilio Barnard

Podcast Gumbo

03:29 min | 3 weeks ago

National New Hampshire Day with Matt and Emilio Barnard

"So each week, one of my podcast friends challenged me to find an episode related to one of those days and I'll be releasing it on the actual date occurs. So let's get to it. What is today's National Day? Hey Paul Matt. NFL. Bernard here we just got back from an awesome week into Hampshire Estate Near and dear to our hearts I'll there and my grandparents still live there. But neither of US are New Hampshire natives we have questions where in the PODCAST universe can we turn to learn more about the Grad State? Well Matin Amelio you've come to the right place but before I give a recommendation I'm going to give a little back story to everyone. When I started this podcast I decide that my guess would be podcasters not just people in the podcast. Matinee have been running mates since very early on going to last two podcasts movements together. But. He didn't have a podcast. So I never asked him to be a guest. Did Matt Start as podcasts just to be a guest on my show, the answer would be revealed later but let's talk about living free or dying I or at least pumpkins. Today. September seventh is national. New Hampshire. Day. I think a great place to start finding podcasts about New Hampshire is the outside in podcast which is made by new. Hampshire public. Radio. Now. It's not exclusively about things from New Hampshire but there are obviously New Hampshire base stories like this one. This episode talks about the Guinness Book of Records Event Were Keen New Hampshire holds a US record for most Jack Lantern in one place at one time. The town held an annual festival and everyone loved it. But as it got bigger and bigger so did the problems I mean if you've got over four thousand pumpkins around that can't be safe right? quaint was no longer the operative word. To find out what happened give it a listen, and let me know what you think by using the National New Hampshire Day Hashtag. Today's guests floral are Matin Amelia Barnard. As I mentioned Matt never had a podcast but due to the pandemic he decide to have some fun with his son with their free extra time and the Barnard's on the NBA podcast was born. In each episode Matinee, choose to colleges with well-known basketball programs and compare their famous alumni to see which school would come out on top. Many years ago I was a big college basketball fan and I still go to the big east championship every year when a pandemic isn't raging I also went to two final four tournaments many years ago. One. was in Atlanta and the other was in New Orleans, of course. So listening to this podcast gives some great of those times. For the episode I'm recommending it's the mismatch between Ucla and Oregon State. Since nothing is free in this world, I'm going to request that Matt and Amelia do an episode pitting Villanova and ruckers against each other. Short seems a little one-sided, but don't sleep on Rucker's there who history has some highlights amidst a lot of lowlights. For. Last recommendation, Matin Amelia recommend the Hollinger and Dunkin NBA show is debating the NBA's best they say and I quote.

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Creating Your Own Opportunities with Wendy Amara

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:45 min | Last month

Creating Your Own Opportunities with Wendy Amara

"Okay Wendy, we have you ever combined finally. League and we are actually live in person. We are saying I, know I know let's start from the beginning. So what's your heritage? So my family came from what they might lack Yes, they came here in the nineteen seventies and then I was born here and my brother was born here and the originally came to Hollywood is funny because my. To my aunt, still live in the scene apartment building that they first came two years ago. Wow. Yeah. Crazy Ray. At one point they were invited to purchase the apartment building in the apartment building is near the border of Hollywood end those fees. Okay. Feeding in La. has become a hot property location where values of homes and apartment buildings and everything has skyrocketed anything boulder but I don't know ten times more than it would have been years ago. So it's interesting because back in the day they turned it down. To permit building because I think at one point, they were renting three different apartments or for I mean everybody has like a little apartment in that building. So that's part of why the owner was like. Would you guys up to purchase it and I think a fear? A fear is not knowing the rules of this new country, what they were getting into and people were. I remember my mom being like Oh no no I think that's too much for us to handle its and they could have actually afforded it back. Then they all would have pulled their money. So the moral of the story is I would be a millionaire. I. Bought this apartment building that's on the corner near the border of Hollywood near Lexington ear Hollywood handle species have you talked to them about it? No you know what? I haven't in years I remember low and I was like twenty over twenty years ago when I was in college, I was starting to learn about like wealth and property and how property gets handed down development of wealth over the years I remember then saying something to my aunt into my mom and be like you guys have an amazing opportunity where you could purchase the apartment building a two of my ex deliver to the state and they were looking at the time. You know that was a lot of money for us at the time. We couldn't see how can make that happen. So yeah all my God as these shadow. So that's so interested in like looking back like how with the story be different, right? Yeah. So if would have been me, I would have been like, let's pull our money and let's make it happen. Now no one was gonNA predict necessarily that see ray s off of a place. Yes has it has become but either way you just know if you're GONNA set for the next thirty years, it makes sense to own the building if half of the people renting or your family. Because you can count on them and the you know. Yeah. So it's interesting. Yeah. Now how the area has changed because it's going through like an urban renewal and so there's all these hippies moving like yeah gentle ricky gentrification. Oh. That's crazy. So you've been California at Your Life I've been in California my whole life except I lived in Spain for about nine months. Okay. Senior your college how did you decide that you go to college? So I I went to a community college. I didn't do all that great in high school. I was very distracted with. With, having fun and socializing a lot again. But it's interesting because I did really well in elementary and parts of middle school, and so I knew I had the capacity to do epidemically. In fact when I met up with people that I used to go to elementary school with they were like Oh. My God. But you wouldn't smartest people in our caused or you used to get straight They remember me getting awards for academics. So I knew I had the capacity to do But in highschool got really lost I got really depressed at tie-ins. There was just you know problems with friends or boyfriends or might focus was health sweat So I didn't actually focus that much on academics. So in typical in their community college which I loved and met some amazing friends that are still friends to this day and I think something's sparked in me that I was like, okay, I gotTA. Get my act together I got to figure out what to do to get together, and for that to happen I was like I got a transfer actually get on the and I saw people that were at the Community College for like ten years. I do not want to be that person I do not want to be twenty, seven and stuff. Can you call junk that there's anything wrong with that but for me I was like, no, I need to go to you know I need to go to college college and fell in love with Ucla Gone Eliot Matisse Salad, for Undergrad. For graduates collection. Elsa. WanNa do it from your vantage sociology okay. Because I loved you know, of course back to the socializing part learning about people learning about cultures. Yeah and you know it was interesting major and loved the campus I loved everything about learning. It felt like such a privilege to take your life and spend time learning rate full-time like that's it. That's doing. Yeah. It's all you do. Yeah. So that felt really empowering is you stayed at Ucla Graduate School too. I did okay I took a year or two years off in between I worked I came back. Yeah. What's your graduates urban planning interesting yes. Okay. Let me tell you about the school of Urban Planning's housed in was many years ago things have changed. Now, but was housed in the school social policy in school public policy in social planning, and there were three majors under that school urban planning social work in public policy. Okay. In all three of them interrelated to classes together and all that

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UCLA sues Under Armour, seeking in excess of $200 million

WBBM Evening News

00:16 sec | Last month

UCLA sues Under Armour, seeking in excess of $200 million

"In federal court in Los Angeles for breach of contract seeking damages in excess of $200 million under Armour announced in late June, was ending its deal with the university. W BBM news time Now 10 46 and with

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The Nineteenth Amendment Turns 100

Can We Talk?

05:32 min | Last month

The Nineteenth Amendment Turns 100

"On this centennial of the nineteenth amendment. Celebrate the persistence of the suffragettes and also recognize that the generations long fight was marred by racism, classism and anti-semitism. In this episode of Can we talk will explore the role of African American and Jewish women in fighting for women's right to vote and the lessons we can learn from the history. Judith Rosenbaum talked with three historians and she's here now to share those interviews with us. Hi, Judith Honey. So who are we going to hear from? I? I, will hear from Ellen de Boys. She's professor emeritus at Ucla, and she's been researching and writing about the suffrage movement since the early nineteen seventies her newest book is suffrage women's long battle for the vote. And true to the title of her book, She talks a lot about how drawn out this fight was and the incredible tenacity of the women who fought for the right to vote I take a long time that it took the stubbornness and consistency of the leaders who refused to give up to use the quote that was used against Elizabeth Warren. Nevertheless they persisted. Several generations lived and died without winning the vote and still did not give up. So I would say democracy is frequently if not always imperilled must be regularly defended or it will be lost. Alas I would say our constitutional order which we think of as being like the sun in the morning in the moon at night may not be eternal and we must act for. And finally, that in our activism, you really have to take the long view and not be discouraged because we're GONNA lose a lot like, Allen I too have found both wisdom and warnings in the suffrage movement. After the two thousand sixteen election I turned to history since as a historian that's what I tend to do and I was really drawn to the stories of the suffragettes. They gave me some perspective and reminded me to take the long view. I was worried about the next four years while these people who worked tirelessly for decades and many of them died before seeing the fruits of their labor. I asked Ellen how they sustain the Movement for so long she reminded me that while women were fighting for the right to vote, they made plenty of other gains along the way. So we have education, we have professions women are. Their lawyers their writers artists. So much so that by the time selfridge calms, it's almost like. To put it in a good way. It's like the icing on the cake to put it in a bad way. It's so overdue of women are a quarter of the labor force hold visions of the American economy couldn't exist that working women. So let's leftist politics and the question is why keep women out of politics? The other thing I would say is it's important to remember that along the way there are suffrage achievements of the most important of which are that many of the states west of the Mississippi are granting women are women are winning their activism. Right to vote, they have full voting rights. They are voting for president, a women of Colorado vote for president in every election starting in eighteen nineties. I the time that this effort to change. Suffrage state-by-state slightly crosses the Mississippi and arrives at victory in most powerful state in the union. York in nineteen seventeen over four million women, vote. So they already have the vote. These are important victories but Ellen, and I also talked about the failures of the suffrage movement especially, the racism that emerged in the fight over the Fifteenth Amendment the Fifteenth Amendment granted African American men the right to vote in eighteen seventy right prior to that suffer and abolitionist worked closely together and rallied around the call for universal suffrage that is voting rights for all. But in the lead up to the Fifteenth Amendment when it became clear that the Republican Party would only support suffrage for black men the movement split. Some were willing to accept the compromise voting rights for African. American men but not for women and some were not and this created a really painful rift. That's when the famous. Between abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass, and suffrage leaders, Susan B., Anthony and Elizabeth cady stanton was shattered. Yes. Stanton and Anthony News that the opportunity an amendment wouldn't come around again for a long time. They were enraged that after decades of activism both against slavery and four women's rights, women were being told to wait and they and other white Selfridge's felt it was unfair that quote unquote on educated black men would get the vote before educated white women. Here's what Ellen says about Stanton's public response. Stanton's particularly. Speaks over a period of a couple months really drawing on a lot of racist rhetoric and it's very painful. She was in her sort of core elitist. And that had a racist element to it, but it also had anti immigrant element to it too. She thought as she used to say women like herself shouldn't have to wait to get the vote until the daughter of. Blacks in butchers she said got vote.

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US restrictions on skilled immigration likely to result in offshoring more jobs

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:45 min | Last month

US restrictions on skilled immigration likely to result in offshoring more jobs

"On June twenty second president trump issued an executive order to restrict certain types of immigrants, temporary foreign workers from coming to the US. Now, this order applied to future immigrants not to people who are already here or those would already been approved to move here and the rationale given by the president was with so many Americans out of work right now, he did not want more people from other countries competing with Americans for the available jobs and the executive order was consistent with the president's broader agenda of limiting immigration to the US Maggie. Peters is an associate professor of political science at Ucla and she says, there was one thing about the executive order at that she found really surprising unlike. The trump administration's earlier changes to immigration, which largely focused on restricting. So called low skilled immigration this new executive order also targeted visas for highly skilled workers and specifically is Maggie explains the order suspended knew each one B visas those are the visas often go to foreign workers in the US tech sector. The government had previously begun scrutinizing H. One B. Applications more than it had before that made it more complicated to apply for them but this order temporarily suspends granting H. One BS altogether with just a few exceptions. But when you think about the H. One B. Workers who are coming into the tech sector, that's not exactly the population that we think about who've lost their jobs right now. If. We think about any group the tech sector has pretty quickly moved to being able to work remotely. The other show, the economics of immigration during a pandemic that his devastated the US economy will restricting high school immigration actually leave businesses to hire more American workers or couldn't potentially backfire.

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Big Ten, Pac-12 pull plug on fall football amid pandemic

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Big Ten, Pac-12 pull plug on fall football amid pandemic

"Two big college football power conferences the pac twelve and the big ten won't be on the field this season the conference's represent schools like Oregon Ohio state Penn state and UCLA in the pac twelve university of Oregon president Michael Schill says because of the corona virus this was the right thing to do there's just too many questions there's too much uncertainty right now that we would feel comfortable I'll be getting contact sports president trump still wants to see college football players on the field to be able to fight it off and hopefully it won't bother them one bit most of them will never get it statistically the big ten had released a revised conference only football schedule in is now considering playing in the spring I'm at Donahue

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Ex-UCLA gynecologist now facing 20 felony charges for allegedly sexually assaulting 7 patients in Los Angeles

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Ex-UCLA gynecologist now facing 20 felony charges for allegedly sexually assaulting 7 patients in Los Angeles

"Of 23. Is being accused of covering up the alleged sexual assault of women by his former gynecologist. An attorney representing more than 100 accusers of James Heaps tells connects, the doctor could not have acted alone. Women would go in there for cancer treatment and suffered sexual. So how could that have happened? He was the highest paid position in the UC system. It deserves an investigation. It deserves a search warrant. It's not just Dr Heaps did this. He had help. Attorney John Manley says he's now calling on the state attorney general and L, a district attorney to investigate for what it knew and when, so it's really important in my view that the D A. And the attorney general, investigate this and it's there was criminality by these administrators and Doctors in charge that they beheld accountable. It's really simple. The fact that that hasn't happened, I find disturbing. Prosecutors just tacked on an additional 17 sexual assault charges against heaps for a total of 20 and we've reached out to both the ages.

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What We Can Learn from a LOT of Blood Samples

Healthcare Triage Podcast

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

What We Can Learn from a LOT of Blood Samples

"This episode, we're going to be talking to Tatyana for rude and Brooke pates about the Bio Bank. What is it? What does it do? How can we use it for research including COVID Research Brooke. Tatyana. Welcome, Brooke, can you tell us a little bit about yourself and what do you do? My name is Brooke pay I manage the operations of the. INDIANA. By obey can have been doing that for about seven years now. So all of our intake of samples are recruitment of subjects. That is all falls under what I do. Well, how did you get to this? What training via have? What did you go to school for degree to get what? What do you do to get this job? I have an undergraduate degree. Degree from Butler University in Biology, but always liked the ethical issues related to the technology of the science. So that landed me in the Masters Program at Iu, I have a masters in bioethics after I graduated. I. Took a position with a bio. Bay That was a nonprofit startup by obey associated with are you and then several years into that role the company. Became more associated with you and I began working for Tatyana Tatiana. You've been on the program before, but for those who might have missed that episode and they should definitely go back injured anyway, you tell us a little bit about yourself, your training of what you do, of course. So many Tatyana, food, I am the chair of the Department of medical and molecular genetics and. And I'm also now the director of the Indian Bio Bank. So I got here through have an undergraduate degree in biology and math I did that in Connecticut at a small liberal arts. College called Fairfield. University. And then I got a master's degree in something called bio mathematics put those two things together. I did that at Ucla and then I got my PhD. In Indiana University and loved it loved what I did and just stayed and never left. So I've been on the faculty now for over twenty five years. So let's strong with just the basics. What what is a bio bank? So I can start with that. So if you take the word apart bio meaning anything biological and Bank we all think of a bank is a place. You put your money. This is a case where this is a place where you put specimens or biological material. So if it was just Just Bank of biological material I. Mean it has some value, but it's really valuable when you link it to information about the individual from whom you got that biological sample. Typically, we do this for all kinds of diseases, but we're going to talk today about in particular people who were Kovic positive and it lets us ask questions about, for example, why did some people die? Why did some people improve after being in the hospital? Why did some people never end up in the hospital? Why do some people have long term complications? Complications and others not and this marrying of biological samples and clinical information lest you ask those questions. So it's a a bio bank I have so many questions about the logistics about it. So what what kind of samples first of do you take an house? One of the things that's really easy to be able to obtain relatively easy is a blood sample. So if you think about a people go to a doctor's office, you get kind of blood drawn for lots of different reasons. So it's a relatively relatively easy thing to. To, be able to collect, but there's lots of different things you can obtain an study from a blood sample. So one of the things that you can obtain from a blood sample is DNA. So that's our cinetic material allows us to ask all kinds of things about genetic people use the word genetic predisposition. Why do some people develop disease and you ask about changes DNA that might contribute to that? If you take that blood sample now and also do some other things to it. So for example, if you're able to. Literally spin a sample you to spin it in a machine that spins it really fast. You can actually get the blood to separate and it comes into these different parts of the blood. One of the things we study is something called plasma. So plasma and and kind of a partner to it, which is serum are really valuable because you can measure things called proteins in and proteins are things that our body has. A lot of people have been talking about like. Like, antibodies and things like that. You can measure antibodies, which lots of US have been hearing about in plasma and serum. So we collect that from individuals that are in the Bio Bay something else that we collect is something called Arnie. Now aren a simply tells us how much of a protein we make. So week study thing called expression, how much do we express it and so some of the things that can be important is if we make a lot. Lot of something or less of it, and could that be controlled by something, for example, in our DNA, those are things that some of the things that we study in our blood. The other thing that we've been studying particularly around cove it is we can take that blood sample and we can actually sort the different kinds of cells that we have in our blood. It's kind of amazing and we can collect one particular one called a Mon- and lots of people. People want to study the different components of our blood because we can also ask do we have more or less of them? Is that affected? For example, by having certain diseases, what it is that those products are able to make. So we've been studying that and the other thing that we've been collecting is not anything related to blood. So we've also been trying to collect urine from individuals who have had covert to try to understand what we can measure. Measure in the urine that might help us understand why some people are having kidney complications and some people are not.

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Understanding Whats Really Underneath Your Childs Behavior with Dr. Pejman Katiraei

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

06:42 min | 2 months ago

Understanding Whats Really Underneath Your Childs Behavior with Dr. Pejman Katiraei

"Welcome to the brain podcast. I'm your host Droop wrote and each week my team and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel. Feel better and love more. This week's guest is Dr. Pettman Qatar Ryan Dr k as he's known to many of his patients is a board certified pediatrician who's also board certified and fellowship trained in integrative and holistic medicine. He completed his undergraduate at Ucla and then he obtained his osteopathic medical degree at Western. University of Health Sciences. He completed his pediatric residency at Loma Linda University, the famous Loma Linda. where, he stayed on as pediatric chief resident and then as teaching faculty for over four years while he founded the Loma Linda University holistic medicine clinic. Dr K also completed two fellowships integrative medicine one with the University of Arizona Dr Case. Second Fellowship wasn't Endo Bio Jeanie and thereby ginny as a European systems biology medical model, which emphasizes the use of. In the management of Neuro Endocrine, system Dr K. is one of a few physicians in the country with mastery of osteopathy functional medicine, functional endocrinology, herbal herbalism, medical herbalism, and more Dr K. is now in private practice here in lovely Santa Monica where he focuses on helping children with severe behavioral challenges incredible bio. Dr Kate Welcome to the broken being pot. Adding more LADES, you're young man, you're only forty-three. There's a lot more accolades you can add to your resume over the. Perfect job. A Mike my goal at the end of the day to help kids feel better. That's beautiful. Goal a beautiful purpose and I can't wait to dig into that in today's podcast and I wanna get into a little bit of origin story. How did you get clear and where did all the puzzle pieces aligned himself that that is your goal. You know. I think the universe was calling me. To do this. The first reason why I got into, it was for my own health up as a kid, I had pretty severe anxiety. SPENT, most of my adolescent teenage years in mix of anxiety and depression yo and. My nervous system was upside down and I couldn't really understand why I knew that I was different. I knew I experienced the world differently, but I really had no clue why you know like who would have thought that eating fast food everyday. All Day will be an issue for for your nervous system going bonkers is that what was going on? Were you eating fast food and kind of go? How is the standard American new way of life I mean college like that's what you do. Right Even I remember actually Loma Linda is a vegetarian institution. Why it's famous for being one of the hospital in the Blue Zone. The seventh day adventists. Yeah. But when I got accepted there, one of the thoughts that I had is like Oh my God. What am I gonNA do without my burgers. And that was the mindset I had going into training because I didn't know any better and what actually got me to start looking outside was during my training. I kept kept coming across these cases and I remember one very, very vividly. Twelve year. Old Guy. Severe Severe Colitis. Came in with toxic, Mega Colin were his colon had dilated to about ten centimeters, which is huge, and we did around the steroids. We did some medications for him. He got better when home. Two weeks later, I was still on service. Worse off than before and Beato, our team started the discussion and we brought in all the specialists and basically the end of the discussion was well, he's failing medications. We just need to cut out his colon literally was like he failed medications. So the next option is we just cut out this twelve year olds a lot inflammation. Something's going on. Let's just cut the thing out. because. That is the next standard of care, right. I had a lot of these kinds of scenarios where kids would show up like I remember another guy who plays soccer. He scraped his knee niece bowl up and then thirty six hours later, he was dead. You know and they were just like well, sometimes staff does unlike I've scraped my knee, I haven't died like, what was it about his system that caused him to fall apart and it was this recurring question of like these things don't add up two plus two equal in this scenario and the institution, and they're really smart people alone Linda, don't get me wrong. But the pediatric conventional training was like no two plus two equals farm like it doesn't look this way. So as it is in most hospitals and worst Western approach. Places. Because that's what people are trained in. But you were asking a different question. You're like, okay. This doesn't make sense what's really going on. Exactly. Yeah, and that is what ultimately led me to start taking courses. So I, I went to one holistic kind of course, and it was a dinky little course, but I was like, oh. My God I, you know I have found my people, the light bulbs went off and you started connecting dots. And then from there I went and did a bunch of training with Institute of Functional Medicine and the trading with the University of Arizona, and in the midst of that, I started realizing the pieces that were affecting me so like. I did the elimination diet and started feeling better and then I found myself to have MTA. And I think my initial homocysteine was sixteen when I first tested it, I'm like Jesus. So I started injecting myself with B twelve and you know I was my own best Guinea pig. And in the midst of getting interested, what also happened is Loma Linda's in didn't have anyone that was getting interested in this stuff. They're like, Hey, you wanNA, start a holistic medicine clinic and. Like. Two years of my training and there I was like all of the sudden getting handed these patients you know and I was the expert even though I basically didn't know that much. But through the process of learning and I was really really privileged to be put in a place where you know fifty year olds, I was a pediatrician fifth year olds with Severe Lupus. Land in my doorstep helped me I'm like. I don't know anything about Lupus. So let me learn so I. I spent all this time. Just researching in learning. You know any person that I could find with any material they had on the Web I was reading books listening to the videos. And I was just consuming all of this information in the midst of that. Also learning from my patients,

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Julia Elbaba on keeping her pro dreams alive

The Tennis.com Podcast

05:09 min | 2 months ago

Julia Elbaba on keeping her pro dreams alive

"Our special guest is someone who was a legend in College Julia. L. Baba. High Girls! Thanks for having me. A brief rundown of Julian tennis career, she was number one in college as a junior Uva four time all American set a record at UvA singles with one hundred and thirty three wins, and then took her skills. Bro tour which is has been ranked as high as number three seventy two, so we want to talk about your career. Your Life, your tennis, story and kind of what's next for you because you're in New York I guess I. Where have you been for this whole pandemic? Have you been in New York or if you've been? So my father is a frontline health care worker in New York so I decided instead of like kind of staying away from him in the House I thought you know, let me just go to back to my. Stomping grounds at Virginia where things were kind of magical for me there i. just honestly they say best. Four years are in college and I never boating and when I actually went to school. I totally understood why they say that I can't get enough of that place. And I feel like many other tennis players that had attended UBA same way 'cause we were kind of all in quarantine together in Charlottesville from about mid March two up until a couple of weeks ago. We were kind of all. They're not necessarily hanging out, but we were all doing our thing in Charlottesville. Some people were hitting, but Just being there with so nice and The situation is a lot better there than New York is far as corona virus. So with regards to your college experience I. Mean I went to college for two years and I mean. You're clearly very excited talking about your college experience. What would you say like sticks out? What is it that you love so much about it? I just really appreciate a team environment of tennis and kind of playing for team. I actually that's the hardest thing I've been dealing with after call just kind of transitioning back to the individual lifestyle so playing for a team playing for your coaches, the school. The fans something about that was. Just brought me to life every day, and it was, it was beautiful and and also I'm a person that thrives in a situation where I have more than one thing going on multitasking so doing school with tennis I really that busy lifestyle, and that's kind of actually why. I started my own podcast as a way to have something else to juggle with professional tennis right now. It's a tricky time. I feel like especially. You just turned twenty six and you sound like you're still very connected to your college experience, but you did. Take your skills to the pro tour. Can you tell us where you're at in your career with tennis? Yeah so up. Until the beginning of two thousand, nineteen, I was going strong with competing traveling around the world. And then unfortunately, my body is very easily injured. I have a very muscular physique and it's just. Primarily like just genetics people think what are you doing, Jim that your body so muscular and strong like? Oh, you can ask my mom. But honestly I feel like the muscle mass. Mass! makes me more prone to injury and I'm actually now unhealthy but I was dealing with an injury for the past year. A torn UCLA in my right elbow, which is like You probably know what Tommy John. If you have to get surgery, it's Tommy John Surgery. But I didn't need that. Luckily I was actually ready to start competing again once. Quarantine hit sides kind of bad lockwood the timing. What's been one of the things that you've found other than the fact that you have to play for yourself now? I mean being on the tour is not easy. A lot of people just think that Oh. I was a good college player. You know now I'm going to just transition easily into the tour, but what was kind of the most shocking thing for you. Definitely the adjustment to just being on the road by herself. Obviously, if you know you're doing really well, you can bring a whole entourage and it's great. physios of massage therapists families all your support system, but also I Adore on court coaching. I it just really works well for me. And I get really tight and nervous on tennis court so having that coach during matches especially in college, I definitely thrived in that environment. So I'm actually very. Much like into trying to have coaching during matches in protest I think that would just be super cool. Tennis is like the only sport that doesn't have that like why.

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Conversation With Mountain West Commissioner Craig Thompson

The Paul Finebaum Show

12:30 min | 2 months ago

Conversation With Mountain West Commissioner Craig Thompson

"Delighted to welcome. To our program, a very important guests at this unbelievably strange time from the Mountain West Conference Commissioner Craig Thompson Commissioner thank you very very much for making the time I I, I can only imagine what your schedule is like. These days especially Zoom Bill Assuming there is one good afternoon. Paul good to be with you. You know I hope to mode no more about The next ninety minutes to two hours I have a four o'clock board calling five o'clock standing Monday de call, so we all compare notes and Kinda live by that old adage. God gave us two ears and one off for a reason, right? We're trying to learn from each other. Well we appreciate you making time I'm curious before we get down to some of the obvious questions Since, this occurred you. You've been very obviously active in in the NCAA, basketball tournament, having chaired the the men's basketball committee, and it all started there, and and I know in in your many many years is as commissioner. You've experienced so much but How do you? How do you prepare yourself for something like this? which is literally off the charts. Really is and you know again you don't because. no-one there might have been a few people worldwide They'd be well into their hundreds that were around nineteen eighteen. Spanish flu days, but For the most part, nobody's dealt with any of this Paul. So it's all new, and and it's It's disconcerting. It's hard. It's sad, but it's It's life and it's something we. We have to adjust to and and moved from. In as you get closer to what are really critical decisions, other conferences have made these choices many have not What what do you weigh as you're about to go onto? Another call here how how do you determine these things? Well, it's really got to beat a the safety and the health soccer you I think it's simply going to come down to what is the risk tolerance for for all the various groups just within our FBI subdivision and certainly there's. A rank and file and differences between the autonomous five leaks and a group of five leaks, but You've got you've got. A ton of governors. There's fifty state governors in that up BS group, one hundred thirty board of trustees, regions, one hundred thirty university presidents and Chancellors hundred thirty athletic directors under thirty head, football coaches, and I guarantee it dollar on the same page, and so you know we're. We're just trying to adjust on what makes the most sense for my university and ultimately our conferences. And everyone has a different set of circumstances as you said Commissioner Thompson but. It is late I think you know that we all we all know that. As you are about to go on these calls here in the next hour or two How do you start narrowing the window and coming to? Conclusions! Well we all kind of went into that false pretense and hope that fans should be better in July and August and we had time right back in March. We had four months to figure this out when we've got probably less than four weeks. A couple of weeks a big date coming up on Friday with you know the the six week period starting extended team practices, and then most camps opening somewhat in that August seventh time friend I! I had a good exchange with one of our head. Football coaches today saying you know I don't even know what to do. Because of campus regulations and concerns, we have one institution that's had nearly one hundred football players for little over a month. Now Paul and we have another institution that literally has no football players, conditioning of or working out degree, and so you know we're all over the map based on a local and university, muncipality rules and regulations and. I said this for months gone on standby. One of one of the big concerns and focal points for us is the state of California They just announced today that they're going to delay. The start of their prep season suggested until December or January didn't give an exacting, and they join a couple of states that the prep seasons have been canceled altogether one of our states New Mexico, so just just trying to deal with all the nuances and differences in rules, policies and allowances. As you as you try to deal with with some some issues before that certainly, the non-conference issues a lot of non conference. Games have been scrubbed. I. Has that been a major issue for you or Were you in reasonably good shape. Well it is a big issue, and of course years of all years. This is our twenty seven season A. We had more home games against PAC twelve than any time in our previous 21-year-history, we lost home games. Ucla at both. San Diego State ally. Utah, Colorado Washington state calendars on a state. They were GONNA play at the new two billion dollar NFL stadium in Las Vegas against UNLV so a lot of people like to point to that financial loss of losing the the six road at twelve games and a and a guarantee. Those seven home games from from both of financial interest level, and then ultimately you know television perspective CBS. Fox Aren't real thrilled. You know that we lost those seven home games. Talking to the Commissioner of the Mountain West Craig Thompson discussing all the variables. Commissioner. We. We've talked to so many different commissioners over these past few months, and as you as you so eloquently pointed out a minute ago. Everyone has a different set of circumstances and challenges you maybe more than than most because of the geographical aspect. But how do you think and it shouldn't be that hard to think about it since it's not far off? How how do you ultimately come up with what you would say? Good solution, not only for your member institutions, but for the safety of the athletes. Well again. You not to lean on your medical people and that's one of the. Major aspects of this board call coming up in an hour, so Paul because It's the first time that they in a while. They've heard directly from the the medical advisory group and you know they don't depend on them. You know they. They are the experts, will we? The board are economists and Then different walks of life. They're not medical people, per se, and so you know you really have to lean heavily on what makes sense I. I said four months ago and I I contend today. A lot of this is going to be perhaps probably triggered by what happens on our campuses. What they look like in the next month or so you know everybody's either hybrid mostly online You know there's GonNa. Be Certainly people walking around campus, but you know you. You really can't expect to have a college athletics if you don't have a fairly open in some degree. Campus. Commissioner I, it's no secret Wherever conferences are located and and and spread that football pays the majority of the bills there. There's some outliers of course but What's at stake you just from a revenue standpoint? Well you know. Let's all kinds of figures in I I know that A couple of our department said have lost Well in excess of ten million dollars now, and then could jump into without football alum Paul you know double and triple, and you know those are not insignificant numbers. They're smaller than the world. You live in I lived in Atlanta. For four years. New Orleans for twelve years both children born in New Orleans and well versed in an SEC football, and what it means in a walk of life, and so it's different, no question it's different I live in Colorado and and what it's like in Western states, but but none the less. You, do not escape whatever love your Ad. That football is probably that you know eighty eighty five percent of of an athletic budget, and and so it's so very important, but you know as harmful as painful rather as it is from the financial perspective now that cannot be the driving force won't be the driving force. It will be that the health and safety it'll be university decisions. You know I've always. Always felt. The presidents of universities and chances have an extremely difficult position now more so than ever because they're pushed him pulled in and all these different directions and you know I. Don't know how the decision will. Ultimately made would fall looks like from terms of football. I don't know who makes that decision, but Hopefully they'll be some clobbering collective. Let's let's go right to the College Football playoff. Can you even imagine a world where pick a number? Three conferences can play in the fall and seven up to play in the spring. What happens to see a p.? Is there a CFP? Does that make sense to have a CFP? I guess it might depend on those three conferences are and I use. You know you, you're GONNA have to look at this for for the good of everybody, and and you know the collaboration and collective exchange and we've seen conferences. Do things unilaterally I mean as a commissioner. You Work for twelve schools. You don't work for honored thirty FBI schools, and so you're doing what's right, and what's your membership is is directing and advise you to do, but we do have to get together and get the same page in some regards spor for the sake of the CFD for instance and the bowl system. I know at least I'm told in talking to your colleagues commissioners. We wind down. I know you've got a lot of meetings to that. You are a collaborative group. I mean that's a fact. I mean we see that all the time but it but I wonder though. Because we've already seen some some. Some schisms as we had the big ten, and then everyone else said something else I mean the PAC twelve and the big ten, and do you. Are you concerned about the stability of of what you do every day and try to work with everyone else within the framework of college athletics. I am and I'm not I mean again. We try to work together, but at the end of the day our plan for fourteen or ten members, order media have will dictate. What direction are leagues go and I know the NCAA takes a ton of shots, but the NCAA is membership driven. It's schools that are that are ultimately making decisions and the conferences the exact same way, so you know we can compare but I. I am concerned about The postseason college football, the the CFC's a five hundred million dollar enterprise NCAA. Basketball Championship is a six hundred million dollars in a prize number of conferences of two hundred and fifty to three hundred million dollar annual TV, contracts, and and we can't go ten I don't well. Yeah, anything's possible. You could go ten separate ways I. certainly don't think it's going to be that way at the end of the day. Commissioner will let you get back to your meetings, but thank you for making time. It was just a pleasure to to hear your perspective as someone who is so well respected. And revered in this industry we be well and let's hope for some good news. Stay safe yourself my friend.

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With College Football's Season at Stake, Who Makes the Call?

ESPN Daily

03:04 min | 2 months ago

With College Football's Season at Stake, Who Makes the Call?

"I had their thanks for joining me SORTA. Thanks for having me on today. Heatherton itch covers college football and be potential lack, thereof for ESPN. So I'm so excited to have you because we're watching the college football landscape change day by day, and really as you know well hour by hour at this point. The Patriot. League in the Ivy League announced they won't be playing any sports this fall for instance, but the Big Ten and PAC twelve say they'll have in conference football games only, but the colonial athletic association is doing the opposite. They're saying it. Schools can only pursue independent schedules, and then of course, famously independent Notre. Dame says it's unlikely. The season starts on Pie. So that is a lot. But why are we seeing such a crazy range of approaches to how or even whether to move forward with the season at all hallows? It's a reflection of what we're seeing nationally throughout our country. Schools and universities and campuses in commissioners have to react to the coronavirus pandemic in their particular region. And I think it's very important when you look at the Ivy Leagues Decision, which was the first one why they did what they did. Once, again our top stories breaking news. It's official the Ivy. League will not play any sports in the fall semester including football. And they did it because of their campus cove nineteen policies. meaning that there were restrictions on travel, there were restrictions on group sizes, no more than twenty five to fifty people on some campuses limitations on visitors. All things that when you put them together made it impractical to have fall competition. And then when you look at what the PAC twelve did, which was an extremely important decision, not just to go conference only but to delay the start of the season today, the PAC twelve and now the fall season for several PAC, twelve sports, including football would adjust their schedule. Conference only games they announced. That was a direct reaction to the corona virus bikes in Arizona and southern California from California the first State to issue a stay at home order to Arizona among the first to relax those orders, these western states so breaking new records corona cases almost daily, if the season or practices were starting today and forego USC and Ucla Arizona. Schools wouldn't be able to participate. So that's why it's such a patchwork decision making process right now, because different things are happening in different areas of the country.

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Regulating Emotions With Dr. Shauna Shapiro

Live Happy Now

05:28 min | 2 months ago

Regulating Emotions With Dr. Shauna Shapiro

"Welcome to episode two hundred, Sixty, nine of live, happy now. This is Paula Phelps and I'd like to thank you for joining us again this week. If you've ever had a sudden feeling of distress that triggers your fight or flight response. Then you know what it's like to have your emotions hijacked. And, if that's something you've experienced recently, you're not alone this week. Clinical psychologist and mindfulness expert. Dr Shauna Shapiro Returns to talk about how current times might be affecting your emotions, and what practices you can use both individually and as a family to regulate them. Sean thank you for coming back to talk to us on live. Happy now I'll. I'm delighted to be back. Thanks caller, will you and I talk back in? February and things were so much different. There is no way we knew what was ahead of us, and we talked about your fantastic book. Good Morning, I. Love You and the reason I wanted to invite you back today and talk to. To you is because you give so many great practices for mindfulness, and for managing things during difficult times and one thing that I kept going back to during this time. Is your practice on emotion regulation? So thank you for coming on because that's really something. I WanNa talk to you about today. I agree I. Think all of us can feel the impact of these times in our nervous systems. Systems on our notions in our words, and it's really important to have tools and practices to help regulate them and your practice on emotion. Regulation really explains how it starts, so I guess to begin with. Can you explain to us? What an image Ella hijack is so an a middle hijack is when kind of our fear centers is based in the overwhelms. Our prefrontal CORTEX are higher order. Order reasoning and so our ability to make wise choices as much hindered, and so that's mindfulness. Practices are so helpful is that the word mindfulness means to see clearly, and we wanna see clearly so we can respond effectively when something stressful happening or overwhelming are were afraid. It's really hard to see clearly, and then we make poor choices, and so the first step to kind of either preventing or Rebounding mcdermot hijack is simply to name what you're feeling to simply say. I'm scared or I'm feeling stressed right now or I'm overwhelmed and research from Ucla showed that when you just name your emotion, it kind of puts a prefrontal cortex back in charge you, it kind of puts the seat seatbelt on the little teenager in the background, and it starts to calm down the body so simply naming it helps tain your. Your emotion, so that's the first step that I usually recommend to people I thought that was really interesting that just giving a name to something can have such a profound effect you. They know why that is well I. Think part of it is bad when you name it that means there's a part of you. That is witnessing it. There's a part of you. That is no longer consumed by or meshed with it. So. There's the awareness that knows your sad isn't sad, right? It's just aware the awareness that knows you're angry angry. It's just aware and so there's a laser to get a little distance from your motions, and you're able to witness them with greater perspective in greater clarity, and when you say talk about giving a name to it. Is that something you just do mentally? Is it something you write down? How do you go about defining what you're feeling? So you feel emotion. What's interesting is most people don't even really notice it until it gets pretty significant and so what I work with people on doing. To, notice the Sadler emotions, and then just gently naming them. Silently Stein out. Loud is also fine especially if you're with people. To let them know. We state our children. Use your words, and it's helpful with US too so to simply just notice I'm scared right now and in my own life it's amazing how often we just kind of pushed through emotions and don't pause to feel them, and so by naming it we create space for the emotion, and we also bring that higher order reasoning. Meta awareness back on board. And sometimes one of the things that I hear a lot right now as people don't even know what they're feeling because I was talking to someone I was actually talking about your book with someone because she was saying she's like I. Don't know what's wrong with me I. Don't know if I'm mad I. Don't know if I'm scared. I JUST WANNA cry. That's beautiful that she's even aware of that. Because you know often, people don't even feel what they're feeling, and so I, think the first step is to feel it then say maybe I am confused or I just feel sad or I don't even know. Know what I'm feeling! It's so complex, but I think the process of mindfulness is about bringing our attention and our presence, and our kindness to whatever feeling even are not sure what it is, and that's an act that takes practice. It takes a lot of practice, and that's really what I tell people I was really attention of my book is that you're not supposed to be perfect all this? These are practices that you learn and the good news is science shows. It's never too late. It's never late to literally re architect your brain and cultivate these resources so that we can meet the current challenges.

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"ucla" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:54 min | 7 months ago

"ucla" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Can has the latest UCLA has barely changed course on plans to use facial recognition software on campus a spokesman says UCLA is working to modify a policy to explicitly prohibit the use of facial recognition technology the plan was to incorporate the software into the school surveillance system but some students complain some expressed concerns over privacy others said the policy would disproportionately affect students of color and people from over policed communities news brought to you by cutting dental group the riverside county sheriff says he's looking for a guy he believes is responsible for the murders of three men Chad bianco says Jose Jose Luis Torres Garcia killed Garcia's buddies and left their bodies at a graveside in Paris he does have ties to the city of San Jose and we talk on Mexico he says Garcia's thirty three years old five foot nine hundred eighty pounds and has a number of aliases Bianca says it's not clear if this murder is related to a Mexican drug cartel a state lawmaker wants to keep gas and electric companies in California from taking a state tax deduction on penalties imposed for safety violations senator Jerry hill says his bill would immediately apply to Pacific gas and electric but obscene repeat you need to think that they can have a billion dollar plus tax break on a financial obligation that the company agreed to shoulder as a penalty a similar bill five years ago related to the gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno failed China has confirmed one hundred eighteen more deaths from the covert nineteen corona virus more than twenty two hundred people have died of the virus in mainland China mostly in the whole bay province where the city of Wuhan as big total number of confirmed cases in China is more than seventy five thousand another thirteen hundred cases have been reported in other countries many of them in South Korea and on a cruise ship docked in Japan an atheist in Kentucky gets to claim his custom license plate the man sued in twenty sixteen when the state denied his vanity plate calling it vulgar and obscene a federal court ruled the man could have the plate that reads I'm god as a matter of free speech the state also has to pay a hundred fifty thousand dollars in attorney's fees and court costs from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy we've got a crash in downtown LA if that sort of a tender if we get to the one ten with the left lane is blocked things are pretty heavy coming away from about la Brea what's that study to see some delays off and on for the five to the one ten and again from Arlington over to Robertson as a heading into mission Viejo north instead of the five approaching the seventy three hearing about a crash in the right lane to have just started back up there and actually stays pretty slow so parkway and it really bad record heading through lake Elsinore northbound side of the fifteen freeway it looks like right before you get to river canyon rather only the left lane is open and traffic is jammed solid from just before Bundy canyon K..

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"ucla" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"ucla" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"I think that's a good bet right now, they seem to be playing and having more fun from the last time we saw them in Chicago. That's for sure. Well, UCLA if nothing else is the most talented team in the pack twelve they have the most individual talent for sure now. I I think there is something to that. And they also like they some part of them has to be smart enough to say, okay. So everyone saying the Pac twelve is a one bid league. But what if we? They're not going to run the table. But what if they I forget how many how many games they play eighteen in the Pac twelve schedule. Let's say they go fourteen and four in the Pac twelve and when when the regular season in the kind of went by two or three games. It are are the the NCAA is the committee is a selection committee are people who make the decisions on this stuff is any part of them going to be like, well, maybe we throw out the first half of the season with Steve Alford 'cause this team we hate we see now is a completely different team. And this this new team this new teams, not too bad. Yeah. They were with their sophomores. Yeah. They've grown up. Yeah. So maybe we should let them in. Maybe there is a little bit of wrinkle of that. But yeah, no. I think you're absolutely right. I think UCLA from what I've seen. I've I've watched like. I I've I I'll be honest. I've been watching him play fully yet. I flip over kind of catch segments here there, some I'm not gonna pretend like, you know, I'm out here. So the only thing on. Yeah. You know, it's like either that or why can pretend like this brick air briquettes twenty four seven. So it's one of the other. It's not a it's not a scientific study by any means. But like from what I've seen. It does seem like they don't hate each other as much as they did. I sell the one thing just the the highlight or or the video of Jalen Moses Brown fucks up and puts his head down, the Jalen hands walks over and kind of puts his chin up for him. Then there's that sort of stuff going on. I don't know. I I don't know if I want that though Tate. I want the Pac twelve to be horrible. Like, I said, it's more fun. It's funnier. If the pectoral of the wheels is keep falling off. I don't know. If I like this story of UCLA is the worst case scenario for UCLA fans at like this guy that Bartolo does or like UCLA runs. The table makes the tournament. Barten- somehow gets the job out of all now. I mean like they tried it. They reached there. Each out to all their candidates, and they all say, no because they're like, I don't really wanna touch that. In the job. I have better anyway, or whatever. And then like, all right. Well, let's let's just give this guy another year or something that'd be funny. Well, that was I mean that was the worst case scenario was them leaving Steve offered they're on the bench than him winning the Pac twelve tournament in the Pac twelve regular season. And then go into the turnament and then making it to the Sweet Sixteen somehow with probably a goal to end..

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"ucla" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"ucla" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"The same is true of Kentucky in the Gillespie. Here's like sure their attendance dips a little bit. But these people like there's not a ton of stuff to do. So that is what that is the difference in it. It's an UCLA's never going to be able to get over that hurdle. So that is that is interesting to me that I don't know. I mean, I get the point like they usually fan because there are UCLA fans that they'd live and breathe UCLA basketball. They exist. I understand that. But at the same time, it they UCLA is unlike any other job in that the fan base isn't as rabbit, and there's no there's no sugar coating, the just isn't. And you don't have to apologize for that. If you're UCLA fans, if I was struck my shoulders would be like, yeah, I'm not as rabid. I live in a great fucking city. And I have a ton of shit to do in my life is awesome. So sorry. I'm not gonna apologize for that. And I would just move on like you don't need to get defensive about that. But as pertains to the actual basketball and the coach they're going to hire. It's very fascinating. Because I feel like a lot of these coaches are smart enough. I mean, the fact that they hired Steve Alford in the first place six years ago. Five almost six. Years ago. What does that tell you about like the perception of UCLA at that time Tate like that was the best they could do then? So I don't know. It's interesting it it also seems like they're trying to tap into the tradition of those blue bloods. So if you bring a guy like Steve Alford. We'll Steve offer gets it. He worked with Bob ninety played under Bob Knight. He's from the Bob. Knight system is from the Indiana ilk, we're going to bring him out here. And he's going to he's going to sell that to these kids. And it's not even about again being defensive is about like playing defense. You know? I mean, what the watch his know UCLA teams, even the good ones. You know, like, they just they weren't defensive minded teams are not really tough minded teams. And that's kind of where you said they were fair weather fans. I mean, they're good weather fans. Like, I think fair is even worse than that. Like, I think that they they should be. They should just be an MBA like they should just they should just sell the idea. All these kids that want to go to these blue bloods and end up settling to go to Memphis, or wherever where I'm going to be the one guy, you know, say you're take his caldwell-pope. And it's like, well, I'm going to Georgia, and I know that. They're going to do everything in their power to surround me. So I look good and set me up to go to the NBA because as good PR for them UCLA. I mean, obviously, they're doing that in some capacity now, but they should just lean into it. One hundred percent. We are just an NBA factory. We we're gonna take all these kids that really do just care by themselves. And we're just gonna let them play pickup as glee and sometimes they're gonna win crazy games. And sometimes we're going to have, you know, fun years. And no from the for the rest of it. You know to just is what it is. Like, I mean, they're trying to bring in these old school coaches like Steve offered to kind of teach discipline and to get these kids to play a certain way, and you're not gonna play that way in southern California doesn't fit the identity of the people of Sal, southern California doesn't fit like lavar ball would have more fun with coach and one of these teams at UCLA than Steve offer was having because he would roll the balls out and say, look, look how athletic and talent talented..

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"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Say, the very least. But yeah, it's. There's a lot of guys that were broken up. They wanted this one. They felt they deserve to win. And it was tough. And what are you going to say very very frustrating way to lose in? You know, they did everything they could in the second half. Yes. They didn't play perfectly. There were a couple of misuse here. And there, but you're in a position to win in those two thousand three point shots really really swung things here tonight in from the momentum's back and from the score aspects of very tough to absorb those one. You know, otherwise you played pretty pretty great basketball in the second half. John mooney. I think has been the steadiest player for Notre Dame entire year. Play solid smart effective basketball. He's a good three point shooter. You only took tonight. Mr. both is would they don't need them outside. They need him inside and against the tallest. Most physically imposing team learning space this year, he more than held his own twelve points and eleven physical rebounds, two assists. No turnovers. A plus minus of five his fifth double double of the season to lead the ACC six in his career. You got to feel great for Rex Pflueger? I mean, all of us around the t t worried about how he would deal with tonight. Fourteen points, four assists. One steal four of four from three to tie a career high five of six overall, six rebounds. He did he scored early and he scored late and may big shots and played with himself. And the only emotion can I saw was the welling of tears at the end when a change when Steve Alford said something to his face light up this. He came home. If there's a silver lining tonight. He had to play on in his hometown. I mean, Dana points about sixty miles south of Los Angeles. But this is where he grew up, and he was up to the moment and folks in life that's hard to do without a doubt. And you'll hear coach pray talk a little bit more about that in the post game interview. But I think we all have to be really proud of a Rex fluids night. A lot of guys go home, and then there's so many distractions you you're a ball of nerves and he came out was cool. Calm collected from the start played within himself. Didn't force anything and was doubt in knocking down threes. And so and he always does the other things one is getting rebounds. And. So when he he adds a consistent outside shot too that he he's a very very great player in very tough to stop it. I don't know. I think we're all very happy for him with how he played tonight. Jack, I like with Prentice up did handling the ball at four six two turnovers. One steal thirty five minutes. Got TJ off the ball. Now. He's too of twelve shooting one of four from three with six rebounds. I think the shooting will come deejay Harvey huge in the second half ended up with thirteen points and five or twelve shooting six rebounds with an assist three steals for DJ. A plus minus of six to lead the Irish TJ Gibs nine points better in the second half still four fourteen shooting for assists, three turnovers steel Robbie Carmody play just under three minutes didn't score a couple of rebounds. Juwan Durham eleven minutes. Got called for taunting early and inundated close game all of this stuff. It hurts. I know you want to get a little slack. This officiating crew wasn't giving Notre Dame and slack tonight. So he played eleven minutes. Got one rebound. Thought he'd be more of a factor tonight, two points, Dane Goodwin. Eleven minutes. Two points, two rebounds Neethling shaky eleven minutes three points one or two from three with two rebounds, the fighting Irish. For the contest thirty six percent. Twenty four sixty six but sixteen of thirty one of the second half fifty two percent of twenty three from three respectable thirty two percent. But five ten in the second half six of seven in the game from the free throw line in a game. That was this physical. The fact that they went to the line seven times, I think. Volume the rest absolutely swallowed their whistles. So it's it's weird to me than in a game. Where you let everything go you call those two hall does two thousand three point shots that honestly I'm gonna have to see the one on Prentice because you know, it's very easy to miss a little knickknack tap on the elbow. But the one from DJ Harvey was absolutely all I don't know what the rep is looking at in that situation and DJ Harvey is absolutely crushed. After this game. He wanted this one so badly. He was so fired up who's flying around and warm ups that a great second half. Yeah. It's it was an emotional scene in there, Jack. So it's the guys are taking it hard. And hopefully, they'll learn and grow from this. And but I think we saw the fixed steps forward tonight. Fire shit sixteen on twenty four field goals nine turnovers in the game. UCLA head twelve you look at the hustle stats. Learning at nine turnovers. Twelve for UCLA points off turnovers noting twelve ten for UCLA offensive rebounds nine for Notre Dame eighteen for UCLA but second chance points Notre Dame won. That battle sixteen twelve which I think is amazing bench points. Ten seven UCLA points in the paint Notre Dame twenty two UCLA twenty-six Notre Dame had the battle to do that fast break points five for the Irish seven for UCLA that was a point of emphasis for Notre Dame to try to limit the UCLA fast-break blocked shots. Six for Notre Dame. Four for UCLA assists, sixty seventeen for UCLA game was tied ten times. Lee changed hands three times UCLA lead for twenty seven twelve for seven zero six and they go down to a heartbreaker sixty five sixty two when we come back. We'll hear from Notre Dame head coach, Mike Bray. This is the Notre Dame basketball reading..

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"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Back up to Harvey Barbie property hurries. Good and other things up a to regain their six point. Picks up his dribble. It's now it's down low inside the turf wheels into the lane. Probably jump book is what move fighter on that. Makes it forty eight forty one Notre Dame back to within seven much better. For Notre Dame, the MAC number one. Here's the voice of Notre Dame basketball Jack Nolan and that is certainly an understatement. The second half of the best halves a basketball nursing's played this year. Fifty two percent shooting fifty percent from three five of six from the free throw line. But they come up short sixty five sixty two to UCLA time. Now for your final stats brought to you by expanded by Comcast. And for what it's worth, a friend of mine, and now works at UCLA who will remain nameless agrees that how what should I use got hardware tonight? You can extrapolate that all you want. So here's a look first of all for UCLA, Cody Riley, twenty six minutes, nine points, six rebounds. Moses brown. They're seven one center, eight points, nine rebounds. But he had a plus minus of minus nine Notre Dame handled him very well. Jalen hands, twelve points, five rebounds, eleven assists. Double double for Jalen with four turnovers. Chris Wilkes hit the miraculous three to win it fourteen points tying Pflueger for game. High scoring honors fourteen points, eight rebounds, and assists. A steel plus minus seventeen best in the game prince Ali twelve points, three rebounds, two assists, three turnovers in twenty eight minutes for UCLA Jules Bernard. Played ten minutes actually, eleven five tick short of eleven two points with a rebound and assist. David singleton at four points, no rebounds, one of four shooting. Jalen hill, two points, eleven rebounds in the contest with a turnover. Chris Smith, two points, four rebounds. UCLA in this contest. Shot thirty four percent for the game nine of twenty five from three five and fifteen in the second half. They were eight of fifteen from the free throw line five of nine in the second half. They rebound. The Irish fifty to forty. Seventeen assists for UCLA on twenty four field goals. Twelve personal fouls called against UCLA thirteen against Notre Dame. But the ones that were called an EMMY even more the ones that were not Notre Dame in the second half got aggressive. Zach Hill's land driving to the basket. And I don't think they were rewarded for. Now, just got back in the locker room, a very emotional very frustrated seen in their coach Bray, certainly not happy with the two fouls that were called on the three point shots for UCLA. He was beside himself to.

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"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:47 min | 1 year ago

"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Hands with one forty seven remaining regulation time, we're tied at sixty two hands with the basketball pants. Up top. Now, it comes to prince Ali hands puts it on the floor. Hans. Long three ways off, but the rebound kept alive underneath Riley puts it up. No, good rebound. Still loosen. The files will be called. Another land. Toughest balls to rebound. Jack of the worst shots now. From hands completely far too long. The great job from Raleigh kind of touch passing it over the hill. It's the sixth Notre Dame. So no shots involved. In this case one twenty-five remaining. We'll twain Bama ball to the left of the Irish hoop to our left. UCLA falls? A thirty second timeout tied at sixty two. So this team has done a lot of growing up here tonight UCLA one of their last eight, but with some help of some timely whistles. Be able to tie the game UCLA is eight of fifteen from the free throw line fifteen times. Literally, he's got to the line seven and they've made six tonight thirteen fouls called against Notre Dame twelve against UCLA. But a couple of three point shooting fouls. Called for Ali. Has allowed him to make four free throws which in a sixty to sixty two game are huge. Notre Dame with Mooney Gibbs Pflueger, Harvey and hub on the floor right now. Again, Welsh will inbound it. Wilkes gets the ball from the official. Wilkes gets it in to Riley Riley, working on hardy wheels in for the jump hook. That's no good rebound up. Pflueger? We're tied one seventeen remaining sixty to sixty two how bringing the ball up the floor. Coach ray. Over the record strike nineteen a shock block hover around a screen up to Harvey four three off the side of the rim. No, good rebound hill. Fifty eight seconds left in regulation. We are tied at sixty two. Jalen hands walking the ball over. The course, right? Two to three zone Wilkes with the basketball Wilkes around the screen from hill up two hands forty four seconds left in the game. Thirteen of his shock box. Ali drives. Shuttles and out wilt Wilkes up top hands fours threes. It is no good rebound Pflueger up thirty one twenty eight the respective blocks. We're tied at sixty two. Now on over. The Mooney Mooney to Pflueger twenty nineteen left in the game. Fifteen on the shot clock in the centre Trump circle hands it off. Ten on the shot. Clock. Mooney comes up and sets screen hub driving hub scans throws it up. It's blocked off the bat for. Five seconds Lee racing down the floor. The shot is taken. Three pointer by. Sixty sixty one of a second left. We'll to lift off before holding his left, Pat. What's left the craft craft? I'll lead shovel the ca- Wilkes transition fired up three knocked it down. And this is gonna be your heartbreak. This Notre Dame team drew up a lot tonight. Let's see they're gonna go and look at the monitor to see how much time Notre Dame could get back on the clock. We knew this was going to be a process Wilkes is still on the floor right in front of a skip Meyer out there. Some advice as well. Steve Alford there. Wilkes gonna lip off the floor after making maybe the biggest shot at his life sophomore at Indianapolis. Be tested the NBA water and says well last year and came back. Lot of story games between Notre Dame and UCLA and Wilkes. May have just added his paragraph to one of those chapters. China cancelling out a glorious homecoming by Pflueger who's tied with Wilkes for game. High scoring honors fourteen and Harvey who spent outstanding especially in the second half with thirteen. All right. They've added eight tenths of a second. So there are nine tenths of a second left. In the game. Notre Dame has to hit a three coach gray has called a time out. It's a thirty second time out. They will give it a fulltime out. Now the players are coming over. It's to be Gibbs party moody, unless they make some shifts here, which they could get your best three point shooters out there. I mean, this one we went into it. I mean talk with Bill Walton physical superiority he thought was overwhelming for UCLA from Notre Dame. Obviously, there's a lot of UCLA games in his grad the way this team has grown fought back in the second half. And this one hurts Jack this doesn't hurt. And I think they got they got an unfriendly whistle, but you do on the road, and we didn't have access to the. Replay. And I will tell you that more often than not when you see the wheat way. The officials are right more often than not. I'm not so much upset about that. What else you got you pointed it out it hurts Notre Dame got up by five and they got a little sloppy. They had consecutive possessions where they weren't it. With the ball over the open the door backup to UCLA, and you open the door to Wilkes who can barely walk getting the ball. And throwing it at three you're talking about the last three up at the possessions for the hours as well. I think the one where you get a deejay Harvey. You can't ask for anything better than that will live with the next possession. You've got our guards going into the paint and kind of trying to throw up prayers, and we saw the person that that just doesn't work against the length and size of UCLA. They're gonna come and gobble those up. He had his alter the first round of the second one. I believe it was Riley. You can't do it. The block on practice hub is it's very hard to score inside that don't go with that dunk talent. We couldn't get a better shot up there with the maybe votes breaking draws them up your nights ago, but. Bigs aren't looking good. But that rule out a miracle. Notre Dame's timeout has run out. But Steve Alford as called the time out of his own when he saw Notre Dame sandy back onto the floor. Irish. Shooting. Fifty one point six percent in the second half of your five or ten from free at one point in this game. They had been out rebounded by UCLA thirty four seventeen. It's now fifty to forty and that's after UCLA had one recent possession where I counted four offense rebounds on the one possession. They had cut the rebounding apposite down to seven hundred nineteen got better here tonight. Folks, they grew up somewhat, but it's they played well enough to add their own story chapter to this series. But. Not over yet. But somebody is going to have to make one unbelievable shot here to send this game in overtime or hope that a young UCLA team could actually foul three point shows. I think we deserve maybe following a three pointer tonight after the two that you're going to get one. I don't think so, but it certainly feel like as just vase based on how life those fouls word favor of UCLA. Second chance points tonight. Notre Dame leads that sixteen twelve that's amazing against the huge UCLA. All right Pflueger. Imbalan- the ball underneath the Notre Dame basketball. So he somehow to get it to an open shooter make the shot flu cash, and he can run the baseline Pflueger gets the mid court to kids kids at the buzzer. Chest to the right of the hoops UCLA whole John winning sixty five sixty two eight thriller and heartbreaking for the fighting Irish of Notre Dame. I really feel for the guys on this one Jack they played so well and the second half, and it was everybody, you know, we had big place in absolutely everyone. Moody got it started by taking to the basket getting that dunk Pflueger hits a number of great threes. He played so well in front of his friends and family deejay. Harvey had a great second half guys making plays practice hub had a couple of nights takes. Now. Doesn't shots hugging. Rex Pflueger giving him some his Rex Rex in tears. I mean, this is his homecoming. That he grew up. Watching can't here's not. The most what he's not crying. Amana cryan. No, I'm not there a water. He's about to cry. Ah? His did this pug there, which is a sweaty guy. Just got done. Probably thirty seven minutes is there's nothing wrong with getting emotional after game. I don't think he's crying as saying. I didn't say crying, I said tears different thing. Crying full out hallway. Oil to give you that. I'll give you that. There was watery. Those tier, you know. All right. I'll let you have it. And you know, what I wouldn't be surprised because that was that's a heartbreaking loss from it. See that's at a very long week has gone coast to coast. At a bit of a tougher one against Oklahoma. We weren't as close to winning and maybe the desert, but I really thought based on the second half effort today, the hours we're gonna pull this one out. Just did not bow CLA an eight zero run over the last two forty three. Notre Dame did score for the last three thirty nine and UCLA Wednesday sixty five sixty to the post game show is coming up next. You're listening to the Notre Dame basketball radio network. Thank you. Man that wasn't that. Sometimes the things you do with your minivan, aren't so many like using your headlights to light the last few tasks on the neighborhood playground, you're helping build.

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"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"One of their. Worst habit of shooting. Of the season and actually of the Mike gray era the first half. Twenty three percent. They come out here in the second half. Fifty seven percent sixteen twenty eight on the boards after being doubled up thirty four seventeen. They're now only being out regarded forty seven thirty eight but it is UCLA ball UCLA trailing by three. He entered the basketball the preach Ali Ali for three right? Out of all the things you're not gonna call. Now. You're gonna hold cooking. Would you like a little bit of sauerkraut with your home cooking typically? Yes, I like sauerkraut, but in this situation that was absolutely ridiculous. Do as the rep is over. Prentiss up tapped him on the elbow, which you know. Maybe he did. Vernal bleeding from a trial. All right. Fritz Ali going to the line Ali in the game. One for three from the charity stripe. But you know, that's the second time you call the following a three point shot where I didn't see a whole lot the personal DJ Harvey all Paul. They rewarded with the with the three year is well, I'd really like to see the replay the apprentice up him on the three. Ali. The first one on the way good sixty to sixty. Notre Dame leading by two. Ali will get to more. If he makes him both were tied. Makes the second. Ali team in forty three percent on the season. From the free throw line sixty or fourteen Ali is now nine of nineteen. Third ones on the way tie sixty to sixty two or three. We get a whistle down the stretch. Crowds on its feet. Here comes sixty sixty two. Over the record strike hub..

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"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Link topic right side, it goes to singleton singleton now over the hands. Dribbling top of the key right side of the lane now with a girl picks up his dribble up shop Smith Smith for sweet that's off and the rebound pulled down by muni over to Florida Irishman creditor four maybe three. Here comes up driving into the paint. Throws it up. It won't go down three thousand hubs it up. Lots of contact. No foul voting retains possession. Absolutely. Letting them play. I thought Prentice up got clobbered a little bit on that one certainly embellished embellished touched by down going to the floor. But a great job there again, though by John looney playing volleyball take it's not away fellas. And keeping that play a lot. Pflueger is gonna inbound to the left of the UCLA hoop to our right Pflueger gets it up talk to hub to Harvey wide. Open three got it. Notre Dame has a three fifty three fifty eight thirty remaining regulation time. That comes with the basketball on over the David singleton singleton to the left of the top of the key hands puts it on the floor hands the single took for three right side. It is no good. Moody gets the rebound can credit to wonder even tie Harvey had a hug probably the record stripe on the dribble. Eight oh seven remaining regulation time, but between the circles to Pflueger Pflueger now to take kids baseline Harvey jumper. He's got it down to one fifty three fifty two back backups hands with the basketball and timeout is called UCLA. My Ray out there. Plotting his team players slapping hands with all the assistant coaches, and I'll tell you what regardless what happens again, Notre Dame's gonna be proud of their effort here tonight. They want to win the game. But I see growth here. I was just about to say Jack a big step forward in the maturity column. For this young Irish surly. John Mooney was a grown man stepped on campus. But even hit he has taken a step forward and deejay. Harvey didn't get off to a great shooting star. But stayed within himself has made the right place got him. So fortune to the game on the defensive end on the on the glass. These knocked out to the south the hours are looking pretty good here. Don't go away, folks. Seven fifty two remaining second half of play UCLA fifty three Notre.

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"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Here's the voice of Notre Dame basketball Jack Nolan Prozac talked about Notre Dame meeting to get into an offensive rhythm there free of five of his half. They've hit sixty percent of their shots. Regrettable. UCLA has three at six showing some flight they're still in downtown. Well, a couple of open looks for Rex blue and knock them both Donald certainly you wanna talk about a guy like Johnny Buni realized that if you want to finish in the paint this game the pretty much happened Duncan. So those guys leading the Cyrus team that coblets can rub off on these guys. But again, you're wide open. Shot right now. Let's Jocelyn Rex give another wide wanted to see what he does. He's running pretty Howard pizza. Chip Notre Dame has hit three straight shots to prevent UCLA. From breaking this game open. You made a good point the break if they converted that alleyoop player in transition moments ago this building by just accidentally exploded. It's not a sellout. There's a lot of empty seats for UCLA has not been drawing. This is their proud. So far this year. UCLA picked to finish second to Oregon. Pac twelve. Mooney Harvey Pflueger. Hits. On the floor right now Notre Dame with Pablo. He goes to chat with one of the officials Pflueger does. Gets a smile. UCLA's gonna bring it up against full-court, fresher Riley ambassador. Jalen tans over the big Courtrai and hand-rolling to his left from Moses Brown row between the circles. Now, it goes to Cody Riley Riley Fouts past stolen by Pflueger. Here comes wreck's racing down the floor Rex between his legs gets community. Top of the left side. How Harvey Harvey top of the key chopper. At Notre Dame has it down to single digits thirty nine thirty one. Back crumbs hands with the basketball hands over the record stripe. Crowd has suddenly quieting. And now Harvey almost gets the steal from Riley. They shovel in the left corner. Three pointer on the way, it is. No good from hands. Rebound battles. And Pflueger is able to throw it off the body of Brown. Got to get the ball and go play but TJ Harvey. Fighting like crazy on the boards battling Moses Brown van and getting the better of the seven footers really like the sold the official watch. Reclaim they were wrong. But Notre Dame gets the keep the ball club. With the basketball. I've never seen that before. Pflueger officials laughing knowing they blew the call Pflueger off the Gibbs now back to Pflueger loser goes into key Pflueger up between the service flew driving left side of the lane Pflueger in the corner. It goes to foulland extent up. Top Mooney Mooney. Top of the key jumper. Here. Come the Irish they've got it down now to thirty nine thirty three eight six point deficit range on seven hit their last five shots. I'll even the basketball out of hand fans between the circles hands right side of the lane hands inside Brown and misses the hearty went up block. He certainly went over the back, technically didn't touch them or anything. I don't know. That would be a pretty good effort DJ, and based on his reaction you thought it got a Cleveland there as well. So again, he loves us. I do I do too. But I'd like to see the report because I didn't see a whole lot of maybe at anticipatory call there from the rep thirty nine thirty three. We do not have a monitor here as we do at home. But hey, we're waiting for the scoreboard to show the replay. But they're not going to know to know. Hey at then predict good foul yet. Moses brat doesn't show up in the Lonzo a good.

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"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:28 min | 1 year ago

"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"At folly pavilion, the Irish trailing the Bruins twenty four to twenty and right now, again, UCLA huge and they're just dominating the boards. And you've gotta love the spark of his Notre Dame team. And again, all of the the the young players. This is Nick. That has the potential shoot the ball. Well freshman shot well in high school the veterans have shot at well in the past. But they're searching for that offense rhythm that will come with experience experiencing Tennessee, the Bill over year gonna be tough to build it against this huge blank. Athletic UCLA team. And I think a lot of it is just adjusting to oppose Matt fairly distance. I don't think we definitely gave him enough credit while he was here. He was so good at bringing the defense just a little bit over this way little bit over that way setting guys up for passes where they get wide open. Looks just by little looking up the defense and pump fakes those things. He did a good job orchestrating the offense. We're just missing a little bit of that. So far it will come with time and reps. But a lot of young guys out there. Jay Gibbs led the ACC in the regular season last year and three point percentage, but has struggled this year hands it off to Pflueger Pflueger, right? Sided shovels out to kids little miscommunication there Pflueger through it in the corner gives wasn't ready to go. They just had miscommunication. They both just took the blame for it. That's fine. Just don't do it. Again. Chips the ball back over to UCLA and the Bruins leading by four. Bring the ball up the floor the basketball now, it comes on over to Wilks Wilks throws, you Riley and Riley, bullying his way through Harvey and Harvey is going to be called for the foul. He didn't have position Harvey kinda got caught in no man's land. There were brain was telling him to take his char- ticket charges body wasn't imposition. The kind of just got caught got wax. A little insult injury. There Barbie taking the blow in the foul Soldo. Riley. You're gonna go to the line where he comes into the game. Just a fifty six percent free. Throw shooter UCLA has one for four from the line. So far tonight. I make a two for five. UCLA's led by as many as seven back at the thirteen fifty seven Mark Irish scored the first six points of the game. Have not led sense. Riley makes them both. Twenty six twenty six point UCLA lead three zero seven remaining first half of play one to two track. Fresh put on by UCLA breaks time with Enes pub with basketball hope between the circles dribbling to his left. Hot left byline extended. Download Mooney Mooney jumped looking the lane in and out. No luck. They're good shot. Good. Look, no luck. Now racing racing down the floor pulls it back out. Jay Leno, hands backup talk kitchen on ham Smith with the basketball up top Wilkes back. The hands shock locks cans now bound past the lane to Riley shocks. No good. And it's rebounded by Pflueger way. Too far down the floor up tries to save it does. But unfortunately, the Chris Smith. Smith now shovels it in the corner for the three of his taken in by Wilkes rebound out by hill out there. Deejay harvey. Helping Don looney download reachable top of batted the ball back up the hills. Like the fans don't like to call a DJ hobbies leg. I gotta be honest. I didn't really see. But a good husband to did Harvey nonetheless UCLA's on a six or run up over the last four twenty one and they've only made one of their last eleven shots so help with the basketball right side drives down. Double pop is rejected by Riley in the hands of Pflueger. Now Harvey has he he fakes into the lane. His jumper is off the front of the rim. No, good rebound. Jalen hands hands will bring it up the court hands over the course, Dr hands top of the key brings it back out one forty five remaining, I Abbas play hands. Now with the basketball goes baseline shovels into the corner of the Wilks Wilks for three is good coach brash time out largest leaving for UCLA twenty nine twenty eight not happy with that last segment there. He's guys pretty hard. Right dabbagh. Jalen has just soak it keeping his head up keeping his dribble finding guys in the corner. And that's what he does. So you can only contain them so much still you can't get caught ball watch. Because that's what happened that time a Wilkes wide open mic one. I have never. Read this combination of stats before in my long career UCLA's on a nine zero run and they wanna make of their last twelve shots. It hasn't been a pretty offense of bear on either side of the story for both of these teams early on the season does not shooting the ball. Great from the field not group from distance, but certainly not for lack of trying lots of hustle out there, and you're right UCLA size shoot stack is so far in this game and Notre Dame joining wanted twelve shooting. I I'm convinced the shooting will come. But right now, they're going to have trouble beating quality competition. If they don't make shots when you're up against the physically superior team or Beth logically and size wise. You've gotta hit some shots for fourteen to three. Pflueger with the basketball Alberta hub is that fresh again. This is a two onto lake road ahead. The kids one thirty eight and a half Irish trailing by the basketball between his legs. Heads off to hop. Pop. Brings it back up top mid lane left side, moody, cross-court masses, complete to gives you dry to shoddy short and the rebound is pulled down by Jalen hill, Bill off to Jalen hands and over the course right between the circles. And now the Smith little league up chop hands gets it back hands. Now. On over to Smith. Smith, spins into the lane double tops off the glass around. Thirty one twenty first double digit lead of the night for the Bruins. Forty six seconds left. Pflueger over reports. Right. The kids. Get driving away troubles at Harvey for three too strong rebound, almost Jalen hill with a chain as you grabbed it raised the rim. Thirty one twenty six the respected clocks. Mulford? Reformer Indiana star many moons ago calls the use it or lose it time out. I can't fault Notre Dame's effort, but this is a work in progress. A young team it's figuring out on both ends and a physically superior UCLA teams. Also young and figuring it out, but their physical superiority is measured by doubling up. In the rebounding category. They've outrebounded hundred thirty four seventeen. Twelve offensive rebounds. And even the problem with rebounds or. Got second choice aside from the floor. The size athleticism is speeding up Notre Dame on the offense to the end as well. That kind of one-seat three quarter. The clock down half ports set and rushing everything that we have. So it's easier said than done dealing with. This is what we have to have guys is calm down a little bit and step into the south to accomplish right now. We're just which accused up trying to shoot without getting blocking shots are coming up pretty long. Jaylen hands bringing the ball over the midcourt strike twenty five and twenty respected clocks. She darnold. Try to go up by even more cans now and over the strip Chris goes top of the looking back to hand six shot clock throughout range from rally hands three layoff. Rebound mooning off to at six seconds five. I had to hop up. Dragon coast to coast blocked up against the backboard, by Riley. By mooney. Eleven thirty to twenty just tried to get up greatly blocked by violence. Got it back somehow loonies desperation shot from underneath the basket was no good. And they'll walk told me the truth. This is a physically imposing UCLA team. If you're gonna finish at the baskets night. I think you're gonna have to go with a dunk because if you put it up anywhere near that class there at least two flares ready to gobble it up, and that type Riley sizing it up snacking with the left hand practice. Probably thought he got all the way to the rack with that dry. But unfortunately, this is going to be a little bit tougher the score in and around the basket, very tricky and clever to part of the game plan was to limit UCLA and transition where they're very good officially UCLA has no fast-break points. So check back box. But a lot of other box checked by UCLA. If you're wondering about the shooting performance dangerous eight thirty five from the field. Twenty two point nine percent. Courtesy of Alan waza. Loose key. The worst of the Brera in the first half happened at uconn back in February of two thousand. And four eighteen point eight percent, six of thirty two. So a couple of field goals better than that tonight. But Notre Dame is Doug itself a bit of a whole so still an opportunity because UCLA's not lighting it up either. But I'm sure a supportive and at times stern locker room awaits the.

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"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Miss by Riley now Brown with the rebound put up his. With a quick back. No good. Hardly grass or reach out and gets fouled by prince Ali. You see what's going on right now, Jack this is as much of a volleyball game the visit basketball right there. Just three of their picnics down there too badly. Three four five times off the last great job. There by Maitland come up at the end of the play. Get the ball at his elbows out protect themselves a little bit drama foul really battling UCLA one for their last day. Open their last five still twenty two twenty good with the basketball. Drives baseline Goodwin. Shuttles at right corner gets up it goes to comedy, but his threes way off rebounding UCLA, basketball, e three in and out. Rebound battle. Over the past. Confusing. Thought it was obvious. Wandera knew that it was often go for gopher Wilkes inbounds it up top to Riley rally out over to Jalen hands dance now and his passes stolen by Durham Brown. Had slipped now kids throws it ahead. Pass was the. The backboard. The person he filed with Willis does a good foul to stop the breaks out about a way I liked dunk with Jack. I don't know exactly. What CJ? It saw there. My understanding maybe that he saw butter ledges THEO working. Dominated on the classroom. I think it's hard to remember only. Gets put possessions get your right in the game. We want we want shots overturn rather a bad shots for turnover. So even there. Guys like me who's career ended in highschool? You've been out rebounded by fourteen on the floor. The feels like you're getting domineering. Ali with the basketball on down, the Riley Riley, spins chess, shot blocked by Durham up. The Carmody racing down the fourth comedy hook puts it up. No good. Jerry tries to control the rebound away by Brooks. Quickly. Twenty four twenty UCLA leading by. It's the physicality download Jack is an absolute CENA heart. I'd like to take by comedy. There is so many guys. The record strike throws it over to Carney. Three forty five eighty ipad extended. Three pointer left side way off and the rebound. Actress. Sign of fatigue going up against the big guys trying to shoot over with the basketball now top of the key hands. Now too. Ali puts it on the floor knocks over an charges poverty was there and Ali throws his hands up in the air like Woody. How is that possible foul? But Carman I was down route that would've been a pick six if we're on the football great read their young Robbie comedy. Well, a combination of great defense by both teams and both teams not shooting. Well, UCLA thirty one percent ten thirty two three of seven from three. Forty three percent had twenty four points. Eight twenty nine twenty eight percent three or four team for free. They've made their only free throw out rebounded. The Irish are thirty to fourteen but early down four twenty four twenty two UCLA three twenty six remaining here..

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"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Good evening, everybody. And welcome to story Pauley pavilion on the campus of the university of California at Los Angeles U C L A for tonight's renewal of the legendary rivalry between the fighting Irish of Notre Dame and the Bruins of UCLA. I am jackdaw joined once again by activists who did play on this floor during his career. We will not dive deep into. That play off the word in what we played in word only in name, only, I suppose this is the forty ninth meeting between these two schools UCLA owns a twenty eight twenty advantage. Coach Bray has coached Notre Dame four times against UCLA is to and two and one the last time he brought the Irish onto this floor tonight quite a challenge spending time chatting with Bill Walton before the game. He's just raving about the size and athleticism of this Bruins team. If you go to NBA draft dot com MDA draft dot com. They have three of these UCLA players going in their mock draft in the first round of next year is NBA draft. Does your eye test live up to those accolades? I certainly when you talk about the athleticism and size that all checks out. Chris smith. Chris Wilkes and also Jalen hill who's gonna come off the bench. Jalen hill is going to be the best athlete. I think we've seen all year right now, he's putting his head above the rim on every donkeys doing a warm up. But a lot of these guys like you said they have the size that get to the basket they like to elevate. So certainly going to be a physical challenge for this young Irish team tonight and just in case you're wondering which of the players were listed on the NBA draft dot com, mock draft Jalen hands their starting point guard, Moses Brown, they're seven one center and Chris Wilkes. They're six eight sophomore forward from Indianapolis north central high school. So we've already kind of. Dived into the Bruins just a.

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"ucla" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late

Arrive Early, Leave Late

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"ucla" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late

"To see from UCLA in Steve Alford this year, the legacy at UCLA with basketball, the athlete department. Overall mean I'm not talking about basketball football baseball, track field, volleyball, every sport that you could think of over there. They aim to succeed. And they went championships. They probably themselves on winning titles at UCLA. And you just recently came out with the book one hundred things UCLA fan should know. And do before they die fertile. Congratulations. I didn't speak with an author and second of all what are some of those things that UCLA fashion. No, you know, obviously, I hit all major highlights things like John wooden. Jackie Robinson, all eleven National Basketball championships. The national football championship in nineteen fifty four. And I tried to hit the high notes of all the greatest players and coaches, but for me part of the fun was on earth thing some real under the radar nuggets. Like there was this alumni basketball game between North Carolina and UCLA and in the summer of eighty six at Pauley Potvin. Alien were on the sideline you had not only John wooden, but you Dean Smith and the rosters were so incredibly stacked and this still blows my mind to this day that Michael Jordan had to come off the bench for North Carolina that game he was just getting into his NBA playing days. But still I mean just just to imagine that is really incredible. So that was a really fun one. And then, you know, UCLA had an eight overtime in soccer championship game at the king dome in the mid eighties that they won and that was fun to go back and look at that. And just the exhaustion and the incredible stamina that takes to do something like that. So you know, it was really a learning experience for me. And really enrich. You know, what I do is a beat writer a lot. Do you ever give flack from the university or leg department for some of the things you right? Oh, of course, you know, there's things that aren't always the most positive reflections of the university. But you know, that's part of the job. You know, you have to not only obviously highlight things that are going. Well, but things that are not going. Well, that's kind of my my job, right? As. Report and a beat writer. So if I'm not, you know, irking them every once in a while, I'm probably not doing my job as well as I should recently. You wrote about the concussion protocol at UCLA you spoke with Josh Rosen. Who's now the quarterback for the cardinals the NFL and how it seems like the UCLA medical staff is overly cautious. Where guys are saying. They're being cleared by the private doctors UCLA doctors saying, no, what was it like reading that kind of because now the five players out for the season because of concussions. Yeah. It was. It was interesting because they did have five guys out for the season with concussions and not just out for the season. These guys are out for the season by season. So they were basically shut down at a time. When there was a lot of football after play, and I went around and did some asking around the Pac twelve and it turned out. There was only one other player Pac twelve wide who had been shut down for the season at that point. And that was a defensive back at Washington. So, you know, I tried to get some more clarity from UCLA and got a lot of pushback know, they're very private as far as. Discussing players medical records. So I didn't get much from them. But you know, I got a former NFL doctor to talk about things that might lead to a season ending concussion football after play and the big ones were you know, repeated concussions and just not feeling better. And also not wanting to put yourself at increased risk because you know, we all know that players who suffer concussions are putting themselves at risk things like second impact syndrome, which can basically alter your life and everything about it for the rest of your life. So people don't want to do that. And I I will say UCLA's credit. I think that they really are airing on the side of caution in these situations and even talked to one of the running backs Paulo all around funny..

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"ucla" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late

Arrive Early, Leave Late

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"ucla" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late

"So very happy to be back and he'll be my third season back on UCLA. Now when you say on the UCLA beat reporter, what does that mean, it means that I basically live on campus between going to football. Basketball practices. I going to the Rose Bowl for game. So fortunately, I live right across Wilshire from UCLA. So my commute is down to about five minutes a day, which is unbeatable. But yeah, I pretty much live on campus and follow all UCLA sports doesn't UCLA practice at six in the morning for football. That was more of a gym more thing. Now. It's fortunately ship is moved it up to eight forty five which is much better for the body clock. So I only need about two cups of coffee instead of five what's the deal with chip Kelly. You know, it's interesting. He's pretty much lived up to the reputation that he had kind of a no nonsense straight shooter. He really likes to parse questions and really tear down any kind of language that he thinks is imprecise or questions that he thinks are too obtuse hill, basically shut down the question just based on that. He's very lawyer like which is interesting because his father actually was a trial attorney. So I see that influence coming through. But you know, he's a straight shooter. He's been very fourth. Coming with some things like as far as guys being out for the season with injuries, and he loves really technical football question. So if you come with the good football questions, he'll sit there and talk to you, basically as long as you want, but he doesn't like being questioned. I mean, nobody does. Nobody does in this in this industry is which you do. Yeah. I mean, it is interesting that that's the thing about chip. Right. He just wants to do his thing. And he doesn't care about the perception. Whether it's the boosters or the media, he's going to do chip and and good or bad. We have to live with it. Didn't you write a big feature? And like a background of who chip Kelly is before the season started without talking to chip Kelly. Yes, I did. And I did manage to quote him from something he said a few years ago where he basically said that he was probably a pain in the ass as a kid because he kept asking why? And I thought that was pretty much the perfect, quote, the that encapsulates the chip Kelly experience. But yeah, I wrote a big three part series. Basically kind of looking at how he got to UCLA. A and what made him who he is. And his rise at Oregon and fall in the NFL, and it was a lot of fun because my great bosses in LA times sports -partment, let me go to New Hampshire. They let me go to Oregon which a lot of places can't afford these days. So I was very grateful for that. And they also gave me plenty of time to write it. So I was very happy without turned out. So you go to where ship Kelly grew up where he was coaching. And does he know you're working on the story? Oh, yes. In fact, he actually gave me a dinner recommendation, which I thought was pretty hilarious. It was the puritan back room, which was this kind of little guess a good way to say it would be kind of a low brow. But not in a it's not good way..

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"ucla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"ucla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"UCLA a big air, Dan. How'd you dinner? The center of attraction Liu cinder was born and raised in the Deichmann housing projects. You're the Harlem river in one thousand nine hundred ninety six he left for UCLA. Middle of their problem is Lou bender where he went on to lead the Bruins to three consecutive national titles and an eighty eight and two record and quickly became the country's most dominant college basketball star gender rounded by white shirt. But the times were turbulent at the same time. He was becoming a top notch player. He was developing a social conscience deeply affected by the murder of Emmett till in Mississippi back in one thousand nine hundred eighty five here's Kareem in January two thousand eighteen and I wanted to understand why what did he do why did that happen to you know, just a kid in Mississippi? The thing is relatives. And he ends a bit. You know? So I just had to pay attention to what was going on. I started studying what was happening in the civil rights movement. He was also affected by the killing nine years later of another black boy James Powell in New York City setting off the Harlem riots of nineteen sixty four. So when Harry Edwards pulled together that group of black athletes for the express purpose of deciding whether to boycott, the nineteen sixty eight Olympic Games luau cinder was all for it. He said I have been walk. Down the street in Harlem and seeing police shooting at black people who were running away. And there was no consequence of that. We have to stand up at some point and say, no more Harry Edwards says the young L cinders remarks in Los Angeles made it clear that he was the one athlete in the room who was never going to Mexico City. It was very explicit. And to the point about his reasons for making the statement doing the International Olympic games L cinder received a standing ovation from the two hundred student athletes there, but back at UCLA, the young basketball sensation was also forming a very close relationship with his coach the legendary John wooden. Here's Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in seventeen cockapoo from New York City who felt that I would go to UCLA and do very well playing basketball, and that's what it would be all about and coach wooden was able to make me become. I'm aware of so much more wooden a white mid westerner who had served during World War Two expected. His seven foot to center to join the US Olympic basketball team, the younger man respected, his coaches patriotism, but made it clear he wasn't going to Mexico City for me that was an especially sore issue. Dr king just been assassinated. I wasn't feeling very patriotic. Instead of practicing with the Olympic team luau Sinndar spent his summer in Harlem, working with operation sports, rescue teaching kids the importance of education at basketball clinics. I knew that I get criticized you went on the today show. He thought to talk about his work with the kids with sportscaster. Joe Garagiola, you suggested that I leave the country, you know, because I said at times America is not living up to its responsibilities all of its citizens, and he said, well, maybe you should go. Someplace else would followed was a firestorm of criticism, racial epithets and death threats in the end the boycott. Didn't happen. Ultimately, Harry Edwards told the athletes each should find his own method of protest, which is why we have the iconic black loved moment on the Olympic podium after the two hundred meter dash Howard Bryant is the author of the heritage black athletes a divided America. And the politics of patriotism, one of the first things that took place in nineteen sixty eight was this decision of what to do when we talk about tactics. Kareem Abdul Jabbar Lew Alcindor decided not to go to the Olympics. And he he was this. This whole thing was created around a boycott that never took place. Although he made sure that he did boycott even without the number one college player in the country, the US Olympic team took home its seventh consecutive gold medal in basketball from Mexico City still quietly activists the young player went onto an extraordinary career. I with the Milwaukee Bucks and then the Los Angeles Lakers..

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"ucla" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"ucla" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"To our conversation why are you guys so successful like what makes ucla yet so successful probe how many championships six i feel a that we're ucla and we can attract some of the best talent in the world the trajan masks is southern california is at one of them in texas texas for the national team is written yet so that's the hotbed though and there's not a school in texas there's not a there's a cut there's not a division one wrote college university that has gymnastics team what are the powerhouses ucla oklahoma florida alabama lsu utah not not stanford now young were they ever now okay so pack twelve is owned by ucla for this yell at twelve owned by ucla in the eighties university of utah earned ten national championships in a row but the reason why we are successful i believe is because we can attract great talent and coach wouldn't always said you need talent to win it's not just about the coaching i have gone through a lot of different assistant coaches until i found the coaches that a believed in my same philosophy and be had everything could bring to the table everything that i don't have 'cause i've never gone upside down in my life i'd never done a cart will i've never taught a cart wheel or a handstand so i can't do all of that so i need a higher really really really good people but i have to hire really good people like one of my athlete what am i coaches is an olympian and his boss was a ballet dancer.

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"ucla" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"ucla" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I i i really wouldn't and again the ball family you're never really truly in in business with them they're in business for themselves lahore's in business for lebar he has no interest being a good team mate and he's not concerned about anybody other than as kids which is fine but if you get into a relationship with university you have to also respect the university and i thought last week lavarra had a rare opportunity after this happened realizing the egregious judgment in realising how bad at look for ucla he had an opportunity to go were embarrassed this is awful it look we we we apologize and he said it was no big deal what that is telling you is lavarra ball is not in a relationship with ucla because if you your kid had a free college scholarship and went to a foreign country and got in trouble and it was all over the national news and they ask you is apparent and they said do you have a comment on it wouldn't you at minimum say i apologize to ucla this is embarrassing we have put the university in a bad light now i know a lot of you just think lavarra is in and i've been supportive of him before for some of the things but that told me every thing that lavarra ball has no interest in this ucla relationship he has no care about anybody but his family and anybody other than big bowler brand like that like people send you messages emma vars message was we don't feel bad about it we're not embarrassed about it we feel that the ucla scholarship is not only welldeserved but you're lucky to have us i don't wanna be in relationships like that i don't have any interest bean in a relationship at the university when your kid does that any you don't even feel guilty about it out i'm not interested.

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