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University of South Florida has Few Positive Coronavirus Cases Due to Random Testing
"Of South Florida has far fewer positive corona virus cases than most other Florida universities. It's had 129 positive cases compared over 900, both Florida State and UCF. The dean at USF's College of public health doctor, Donna Petersen says. One way they've kept the numbers down is through random testing. It also lets us begin to estimate the prevalence of the virus on our campus and the beauty of statistics. Is it allows you to draw a small sample. UCF, meanwhile, announced it will announce it will begin randomly testing students and faculty for covert 19.
USF doctor says Father's Day visits by young people poses risk of spreading covid to at-risk parents
"R. university of South Florida doctor believes that father's day may actually lead to a further spike in cases here as well thousands of new code nineteen cases a day are being reported in many new patients are in their twenties Dr Jill Roberts says she's worried because a lot of those twenty something year olds were visiting their dads for father's day this past weekend and those younger patients may have infected their parents who are at higher
Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach counties report highest coronavirus infections in Florida
"Or has a new record for the number of coronavirus cases informed today state health officials announcing two thousand seven hundred eighty three newly confirmed cases yesterday which means there's been over eighty thousand cases since the pandemic began the fifty five deaths were also announced bringing Florida's death toll to three thousand eighty five meanwhile Miami Dade Broward and Palm Beach counties report the most infections but now health experts are concerned that other counties like Hillsborough could be the state's next hot spot USF professor of health Dr Thomas unisex says the positive testing rate has gone up for the twenty five to thirty four population what you're seeing economies are actually moving it to read three counties down in South Florida so this indicates indicates that that infection infection rates rates are are really really kind kind of of pick pick it it up up in in our our area area as as well well
Inside the US Soccer Equal Pay Fight
"Foudy is a soccer commentator for ESPN and was a member of the US women's national team from nineteen eighty seven to two thousand four. She also hosts a podcast laughter permitted so Julie. It's been a chaotic few days. I use the word chaotic relatively now for American soccer late last week the president of the US Soccer Federation. Carlos Cordeiro resigned. What was the chain of events that brought that about? We need a couple of days and a lot of wind for that. Actually I think we have that actually right now we do. It all started obviously with the lawsuit that the women filed last March for gender discrimination and then there was a brief that really triggered this avalanche. That was released last week. There central argument was women are inherently inferior to men to this from the US defense quote. The job of a men's national team player requires a higher level of skill based on speed and strength and does the job of a women's national team player. He response was immediate federation saying that Biological Sciences. The reason why men should make more money than the women. You've got to be kidding. Me Arrogance and ignorance here is outstanding. It's mind blowing. This woman are the best at what they do in the world in the world. How how can they be compensated? What then transpired was we were in the middle of our coverage of the she believes up which is an annual tournament that the women play and it was their last game of the tournament and my play by play. Guy Actually looks at me Sebastian. Salazar points to his phone and puts his finger up like hold on. I need to read. Something just been handed a statement from USF President Carlos Cordeiro and he proceeds to read this apology on air from Carlos. Cordeiro apologize for the offensive pain caused by language in this week's court filing which did not reflect the values of our federation or a tremendous admiration of our women's national team women's National Cordeiro saying I hadn't properly read the brief. I apologize for what's in there. We're firing our legal team and hiring late them and walk INS. I literally had to take about a five second pause and gather myself because my head was about to implode these players are getting deposed all the time they're being asked questions like you lose the fifteen year olds though right so you're inferior rights so you know this is happening. You have to know that the players are feeling it is well known was buying it and to give us the statement on air. I thought was a terrible idea for me to react to it. I don't get how you ever get to this position where you're okay with letting your legal team run all these depositions in that manner and making that that central tentpole of your arguments and the very next day. Carlos Cordeiro resigned as President Julia. Why do you think the backlash resulted so quickly in Cordero's resignation? I think the sponsors helped I think. They saw the reaction from some of their biggest partners. Coca Deloitte Volkswagen. The statements they put out. Were words like we're disgusted by this. We would never associate with an organization that thinks this way yet. We stand by the Women. If you're US soccer they feel like they're on the brink of something in in a very negative way and so they knew they had to do something quickly. Obviously this moment puts the players in a bit of a weird spot. Where in the midst of all this? They're playing event wearing the shield for us soccer's actively trying to undercut their standing as highly skilled athletes. How did they react honestly? Who was so proud of how they handled it. Us and Japan have on the world soccer's biggest stage and today they meet with the two thousand twenty. She believes title on the line. We've been given a heads up that they were gonNA wear their jerseys inside out. The warmup jerseys wrestler wearing their warm up uniforms inside out. We're told this is in response to the latest legal filings by the US federation. Usually they take that photo with just the starting eleven before you start a game. And you're in your jerseys. They kept their warm up jerseys on and they had the team stand in solidarity. They knew they had to play but they also wanted to be clear. Like this is not okay. We don't stand for what their argument they're making. They always have the. Us Women's national team proved their worth on the field. Three to one over Japan. They are she believes cup. Champions on air right after as we've seen all over social media her response was spot on like I want every little girl to know that you're not lesser than a boy
"usf" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The to the to a jam good to be a game for USF recount under thirteen minutes to go both inside and that's going to be a blocking fell right in we still kind of slide in over one that maybe could've gone the other way that it's going to go against right now by the way trip I mentioned earlier Jim with two thousand one at the DA's could go him and get his third maybe get him to go on the bachelor because he's been phenomenal he spent slowed down in this half ways would slow down because your safety festival change defenses the manager kept them off balance your P. offensively trying to read the defense and get into it as the shot clock has been running down are they get the ball to trip top of the circle he goes right front court TV champ back trip to Fiji and right wing rising cripples short rebound skims along the iron dishes bad habit to pass it to the front door he just stepped in along with top a year get tampak into the ball game tabi handles left front court it's log your content Regino Midland shafts to retain down the lane what is your bass right side tripled knowing good grief about who's gonna get it it is loose there's going to be a while I believe this the caller else it went out of bounds up she did the trip yeah he tripped over you know we went to the other cutting side for those balls really unintentional but there was a fall over this forcing trip to lose his footing there good effort by Jimbo lower really also played tight but loose ball backpackers baffled the back court they shop for the line up a little bit to tell you that the shop would even Maurice Bailey jumps off the pants to replace Hampshire first Pacific Bailey with green trip to DC and and more a separate plane small right now has your locals out of the game and now a whistle off the ball going to be a U. S. F. file this I believe on top a year get Tampa this effect by the way it's gone the last three plus minutes without scoring forty nine forty three dash twelve oh five to go now what's on your kid can his first concert for team found more triggering the inbound finds two fifteen in the corner with Christina draped all over if we could set up a trip now Regina picks up trip on a squishy black CVC pricing side loose ball picked up off the floor by Japan's going up the hardwood by poor read that's a file that stop start game clock at eleven fifty one they go down to forty nine hikers forty three USF dons basketball on KSFO newstalk five sixty USF dons basketball leaves here on five sixty K. S. with your the post office right now me neither sometimes there aren't enough hours in the day that's why you need stamps dot com their own demand postage.
Mike Pence will lead U.S. response to coronavirus outbreak
"Corona virus and we have a couple updates for you the president earlier announced that he is assigned vice president Mike pence to leave the U. S. response to the corona virus outbreak also we learn from some of the health officials who were at the White House briefing this was one quote from the CDC the trajectory of what we're looking at in regards to corona virus is very uncertain and we also learned the prospect of a real vaccine illegitimate back seem for corona virus is about a year to a year and a half away one of the big breaking stories this evening is from The Washington Post and they are reporting that the first U. S. coronavirus case of unknown origin has been confirmed in northern California a sign that the virus may be spreading in a local area and finally this is some breaking news the United States and South Korea have indefinitely postponed joint military drills as corona virus cases in South Korea have now soared to almost sixteen hundred a joining us on the hotline right now to talk more about the global impact of the corona virus outbreak is USF muma college of business professor Dr Donna Davis doctor how are you I'm well how are you good thank you so much for joining us we really appreciate itself obviously one thing that Americans have been paying close attention to over the past few days is the stock market and how are you know almost down two thousand points over the past two days down just a little bit today but but what that obviously goes to is the disruption that the corona viruses causing in businesses all across the world talk to us a little bit about how a potential pandemic like this impact supply chains well this particular pandemic is having a different effect than maybe previous want to pad because it is originating and the epicenter is in China and that China is central to so many companies supply chains whether we're getting direct finished goods you know coming from China into a country like into the United States or raw materials or components that go into our manufacturing either again directly coming into factories in United States or indirectly by maybe being sold in two countries in Europe or South America or Mexico or somewhere else in the world and then coming into the country and so it's a ripple effect it's been weeks now since we knew about the coronavirus insects out there were quarantines and factory shutdowns and China but it's taken that long now for companies that are further down the supply chain closer to end consumers to actually start recording out here's the impact on our expected earnings and and so now the stock market is just kind of catching up to that news we're talking to USF muma college of business professor Dr Donna Davis about the impact of the corona virus on market supply chains and businesses across the world on a scale of one to ten at the moments where react in terms of how much this infectious disease is impacting businesses and supply chains well the scale of one to ten it's a it's a ten in terms of its an absolute certainty that's affecting the supply chain in terms of the severity right how much is this but affecting supply chains we were probably around about four or five okay right now and if the so here's the issue that I didn't hear anybody talking about yet so what happened is as soon as trying to realize how bad this was they started quarantining cities and telling workers stay home they are slowly beginning now to allow workers to return where they have enough workers to return so the question is as China loosens the quarantines in their cities and allow people to move about more freely what's going to happen is the virus going to be abated and it looks like now it's be it is an abatement if you listen to the president's comments then you heard him talk about how it's better than it was when it first started which is very true is significantly lower in terms of new cases being reported on a daily basis compared to when it first started but everybody's been under quarantine so once those quarantines are begin begin to be lifted is it going to be okay or is it going to kind of come back with a vengeance and so it could get a whole lot worse or it could be fine and we just it's the uncertainty that's creating the chaos in the supply chains and then the stock markets of supply chains in stock markets do not deal well with uncertainty and so I think once we know more things will calm down and and what about the spread that we've seen in a country like South Korea or in Italy in Japan as that continues and it looks like at least for the immediate future it's likely going to continue will learn of more cases in these countries how does that begin to impact things as it spreads to more and more countries which is what's happening right now and then as you say and not South Korea and Japan and Italy where we do have pretty significant trading partner relationships the way maybe we may end up seeing some of the the quarantines that we've seen in place in China is that so it is it's only going to as it spread globally it's going to continue to have impacts on some pretty serious industries one of the first hardest hit is tourism right and so travel and tourism is is is seriously and down down and of course anything related to that like the airlines are down and so they got another piece of that ripple effect is that because China is calling for less oil the price of oil is down and therefore that's affecting you know global oil markets as well so again it's a it's hard to see how far it will ripple out until you we get a better handle on how serious is going to be in some of the other countries what's really interesting is it feels like over the past couple years the American public has more more wanted to pull back a bit from the rest of the world in a variety of different ways and what the S. corona virus issue is really bringing to light is how interconnected we are absolutely and it's it up of course but at U. S. UP I teach us apply to management and so I say it is hard to think of a single product that we use in our daily lives that is a result of a global supply chain you know there are going to be it's going to be touched by more than one country even if you think of a hand slaughter you know what where did that your income from where does where those animals you know grow outward at those knitting needles come from so it's really difficult to think of anything that isn't already global is so yes that you know and and maybe there are some situations where we should think from the standpoint of should we say some of those industries really have to we have to continue to support them right so that that we you know keep them strong in the in the United States and so there's a good balance there U. S. asked muma college of business professor Dr Donna Davis Dr we really appreciate joining the show this evening thank you so much sure
No. 2 Gonzaga holds off USF 83-79 in furious WCC finish
"Good Zach I got quite a scare but a three point play by Corey kissed bird gave the Bulldogs the lead for good as they hang on to beat the USF dons eighty three to seventy nine thought Patricia's scored a game high twenty three points and added eleven rebounds true to me had nineteen points sports scored eleven points and said they fought hard against Santa Clara and San Francisco on this road trip has down big everything was going their way on the news did a lot of things right to them a good game plan but you know I have some came in unison distance said to stick stamina for some keep doing our thing and get back to the way we played basketball although the dons were very competitive they were beaten by Gonzaga for the sixteenth straight time Ryan Leong San Francisco
Happiness During Distress
"Since we are on the topic of happiness. A A Lotta people. These days are very agitated about the fact that the news is causing a lot of distress the people are concerned about violence war terrorism economic disasters poverty social the economic injustice. Switch it off and start to decide. What are you going to do to create a more peaceful life for yourself self how you going to not be at war with yourself with your family with your friends with your community with your nation and with the word you do that one person at a time and you will will not have in your life? All it has to do with relationships and conflict resolution any can be sold with unconsciousness with awareness. I have nine rules on how to solve any conflict and I will shed them very briefly. Flee with you right now maybe in the future we can do a whole series on conflict resolution and going beyond war and creating adding piece in our lives. So here is the nine rules number one. Treat your enemy your adversity your competitor with respect. If you don't treat them with respect you lose them. Step one you can take. Somebody's money and they might forgive view but you humiliate them. They will never forgive you okay. So there's nothing more important than I. reframe your enemy as an advisory then reformed reframe the advisory as a competitor because they want the same things you want then reform your competitor as your collaborator and finally figure out how to make a deal with them. So you both get what you want but step one respect good manners courtesy politeness deference. It doesn't hurt you okay. But begins the process step do in resolving any conflict recognized that there is a perception of injustice on both sides. Otherwise there's no conflict to recognize that you feel that you're being treated unjustly but so does your so-called enemy an acknowledged that the perception of injustice on both sides step three B ready to forgive give and be ready to US forgiveness. He has a very important point. You may think that they are adversely does not deserve forgiveness and maybe they don't so don't forgive because you think they deserve forgiveness. Forgive because you deserve peace. Tried out works when you ask for forgiveness forgiveness and you tell the other person I forgive you because we both deserve this. You Open a window you open a door. To communication step forward don't be belligerent. Only bullies are belligerent. And believes back off when you stand up to them with courtesy respect deference good manners politeness and authenticity. Go and get sucked into treating a bully like a bully. USF Don't become a bully and say belligerent. Thinks you'll turn off people they'll never forgive you. Step Fife life understand emotional intelligence which is how to be free of toxic emotions. How to be empathetic how to be in touch with your emotions and how to be in touch with another person's emotions and how to actually engage in something called non violent communication or conscious communication? But all this comes under the rubric of Emotional Intelligence we can do a whole session on that some time but trying to understand what social and emotional intelligence is six. I get in touch with your own values because we all have values values who are my heroes and mentors in history and mythology and religion. Who are my best friends? And why they're my best friends. What do I value in other people do value in myself as a friend? What are the stories that inspire me? What kind of relationships do I want to have? What kind of qualities do I look in any relationship? And what do I contribute. Do I contribute those qualities in that relationship. What gives me meaning and purpose? What are the most inspiring moments of my life? That's that's how you get in touch with your own values but then you ask the other person the same question even your advisory. I've done this with kids in Palestine and Israel kids particularly where they understand their values but then they ask the other person. So what makes you happy. Tell me about your girlfriend in your relationships and your parents and your birthday parties and let's going hey. Do you like Chinese food. Let's go out and have Chinese food together. If if only the presence of countries would do that with each other go out for a drink in a bar and have some pulled together and share their personal stories about that girlfriends that exposes roses that children and their families. You would open a window again so declare your values as the other person to declare values point number seven seven refrained from political and religious arguments. You'll never win them. Political and religious arguments the only lead to quarrels divisiveness and idiotic behavior. In fact most religion and most politics is divisive quarrelsome. I'm an idiot so don't introduce politics or religion in your godless station. You'll be much better off. Point number in but eight would be recognized that in any conflict fear dominates fear dominates so tell New York address. I'm wilder but I'm feeling fear. Are you feeling fear as well. And since we're both feeling let's see how we can come up with a good solution and finally point by point number nine. Don't prove the other person wrong if they lose face they'll never engaged with you. Give up your needs to be right. Oscars have what do I want instead of. Am I right. Let the other person be right right but you get what you want so those are nine very simple things to apply to any conflict that you have.
Aid withheld 91 minutes after Trump call with Ukraine president
"Democrats a newly obtained White House emails provide more insight into president trump's dealings with Ukraine the White House communications show the order to withhold military aid came minutes after president trump and the Ukrainian president hung up the phone in July ABC Serena Marshall reports from Washington just in ninety one minutes after the now infamous phone call between president trump and Ukraine's president Michael Duffy a senior official with the office of management and budget email the Pentagon to please hold off on that funding to Ukraine requesting they keep it quiet Duffy is one of the four witnesses to Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has said he wants to hear from during the Senate trial the one hundred and forty six pages of heavily redacted emails were obtained by the center for public integrity following a federal judge's ruling a US service members serving in Afghanistan has been killed in action the Taliban claimed responsibility saying US and Afghan forces were ambushed the US military reports that a US service member was killed in Afghanistan on Monday but no details are available about the circumstances of the service member's death twenty Americans have been killed in combat in Afghanistan this year making two thousand nineteen the deadliest year for U. S. troops in that country since two thousand and fourteen president trump is considering reducing the number of American troops in Afghanistan from thirteen thousand to eight thousand six hundred though no decision has been made we Martinez ABC news Washington our our Chinese president she's in pain welcome south Korean president merging into Beijing today for meetings on the freeway summer with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave SO three Asian powers are expected to discuss regional tensions running trade security in North Korea and new satellite image of a factory where North Korea makes military equipment used to launch a long range missile shows the construction of a new structure and just reported this hour Saudi state TV says the kingdom is handed down five death sentences and the death of columnist this is ABC news from Kelly Blair with the top local stores from from the the the como como como twenty twenty twenty four four four seven seven seven news news news center center center of of of rail rail rail service service service between between between Seattle Seattle Seattle and and and Portland Portland Portland won't won't won't be be be resuming resuming until until today today it it was was shut shut down down on on Friday Friday after after much much like like cover cover the the tracks tracks south south of Tacoma contract plan to resume service by Sunday afternoon but that was changed to Monday the land side left mud that was fifty feet wide and three to four feet deep on the track the crash that left one person dead shut down I five for several hours and troopers believe racing on the freeway led up to that crash the state patrol says around two thirty Sunday morning a car crashed on northbound five a two thirty six and not like terrorism went up in flames investigators say twenty eight year old Randy better ten was speeding when he side swiped another car and slammed into a concrete bridge he said he died in the crash and wasn't wearing a seatbelt and a fun it's been set up for fall in Pierce county deputy Cooper Dyson who died in a car accident on his way to help fellow deputies Friday night donations can be made online using a credit card or PayPal ATP crime stoppers dot com here's your triple a traffic at the Smith in the como traffic center we have some road work going on overnight overnight on on highway highway ninety ninety nine nine this this is is in in both both directions directions between between away away notice notice street street and and one one forty forty fifteen fifteen expect expect to to see see up up to to two two lanes lanes in in each each direction direction closed closed through through that that stretch stretch meanwhile meanwhile working working us us weather weather closures closures West West Valley Valley high high we we still still closed closed in in Pacific Pacific between between third third and and alleys alleys and and and and also also in in the the highways highways and and closed closed between between older older cut cut off off road road and and one one six six one eight due to a landslide haven't Smith couple twenty four seven traffic primarily cloudy skies expected across western Washington overnight into your Monday early this morning Los tumble to the upper thirties and low forties highs on Monday range in the low to mid forties certainly keep the jacket with use you're asking about in the lowland rain is expected to be one still dealing with potentially with a little bit about extra features of winter white probably over the past a county the couple at the center for the first time in seven tries the Seahawks lost to the Arizona Cardinals in Seattle failing twenty seven to thirteen shop now let it for but can still win the NFC west tied up next week if the forty Niners that came flexed his Sunday night for the division championship customers basketball the dam and classical repair St eighty five to sixty four G. McDaniels twenty two quite a green twenty one ideas two or nineteen points ten boards sport to ten ten forty forty past past the the hour hour on on the the home home of of the the Huskies Huskies I'm I'm Dave Dave Lewis Lewis come come on on news news there's there's news news we're we're on on a a breaking breaking news news we we have have a a massive massive response response from from Seattle Seattle fire fire department department corner this contrasts with the stay connected stay informed with the north west on the all news station this is common news summation is power everything you need to know before you get to work the call more morning news with Greg Hirsch old and manufacture on komo news one thousand seven ninety seven seven Cologne news dot com trading the more give you mornings a remix for the delicious new beyond sausage sandwich from Dunkin it's a tasty beyond meat sausage Patty with Agassi's all on an English muffin that's ten grams of great tasting plant based protein grades wait it's plant based yeah it's web based and it tastes great yeah Dr beyond sausage sandwich it's a whole new way to start the day America runs on Dunkin the smallest moments can have the biggest impact on a child's life Jack's son come home with me visit the secret panda Delage sleep like a pampered eat like up and I knew I was meeting up to my potential it's not always easy being a dad but it's always worth it let me the job take time to be a dad today thanks dad call eight seven seven four dead for one one for his father who died to learn more brought to you by the US department of health and Human Services and the ad council is first light on komo news which is Monday morning but if you don't tell tell anybody anybody I I I won't won't won't either either either so so so good good good day day day generic generic generic morning morning morning to to to you you you Michael Michael Michael for for for scandal scandal scandal here here here with with with first first first life life life from from from Westwood Westwood Westwood One One One news news news in in in Washington Washington Washington Christmas Christmas Christmas is is is almost almost almost here here here so so so I I I guess guess we we have have to start checking to see who's naughty or nice we're not sure just yet which north Korea's Kim Jong hoon is going to be naughty or nice so we'll be focusing on what he's coming up coming right up it will take you back to Washington where the impeachment drama is entering yet another phase this morning the forecast for making dolls happy kids maybe not so much in sports the NFL playoff picture is coming into focus and if you saw Saturday Night Live over the weekend you know Eddie Murphy was back to host after thirty five years and we'll find out when and all of that is a lot but it's only some some of of what what is is ahead ahead in in our our first first half half hour hour on on first first light light this this morning morning seven seven minutes minutes past past the the hour hour we've we've got got a a full full house house and and studio studio twelve twelve this this morning morning associate associate producer producer Cathy Cathy Johnson Johnson producer producer David David oseola oseola audio audio wrangler Alex Hinton all on the other side of the glass here so a new satellite image of a factory where North Korea makes military equipment used to launch long range missiles is showing the construction of a new building in that comes amid concerns the north could launch a rocket or missile as it tries to get concessions and no stall talks with the United States Kevin Haining has more on that including word that former national security adviser John Bolton is critical of how president trump is handled him North Korea has threatened to give the U. S. Christmas gift and follow those remarks with more tests at its missile sites which satellite photos show our being expanded correspondent will Ripley does not necessarily expect leader Kim to order any aggressive action right now so my source says of the north Koreans are going to do they're going to kind of take a step back take a wait and see approach continue to remind the world that they have this nuclear capability and I wouldn't rule out a launch by the way in twenty twenty they've already gotten the effect that they want around Christmas time which is lots of western media talking about the possibility of the of a large why would they need to go through with it now when they can maybe save it for an even more vulnerable time closer US election perhaps John Bolton told ACSI owes he doesn't think the White House really means it when president trump pledges to haul dictator Kim Jong own from nuclear weapons development or it would be pursuing a different course boat we are now nearly three years into the administration with no visible progress toward getting North Korea to make the strategic decision to stop pursuing deliverable nuclear weapons close quote time is on the side of the proliferator Bolton told ACSI owes the more time there is the more time there is to develop test and refine both the nuclear component and the ballistic missile components of the program still the senior military commanders say the US is ready for whatever Pyongyang might do Evan hating reporting for first light by the way we will be going live to Seoul South Korea later this morning for a closer look at what the north is up to it's nine minutes past the hour now and they are heavily redacted but newly released emails give more of a time line about the White House efforts to hold back hundreds of millions of dollars in military funds to Ukraine last summer Bob Costantini reports Democrats would like to hear from one of the key participants in those email chains Michael as you might expect the trump White House is urging Americans to not read too much it these newly disclosed emails the center for public integrity obtained one hundred forty six pages of White House emails focusing on the office of management and budget Mike Duffy who worked in the area of national security funding wrote the Pentagon asking officials there to hold off on sending military aid to Ukraine just ninety minutes after president trump had the impeachment focus phone call with Ukraine's voluminous landscape the transcript as Mr trump asking for a favor mentioning Joan hunter Biden and theories about Ukraine helping Hillary Clinton in twenty sixteen Duffy also mention to the withholding of the two hundred fifty million dollars be kept quiet quote given the sensitive nature of the request Mike Duffy is one of four witnesses Democrats want to call it a Senate impeachment trial the new email disclosures prompting Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer urge even just a handful of Republicans to think about what he believes the nation needs to hear the questions Democrats want answered there's nothing wrong with withholding the eight why didn't Mr Duffy want anyone to know about what he was doing it this is a perfect conversation why are they trying to hush it up the only be spokeswoman calls focusing on one line of the email without context misleading and inaccurate speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi is withholding the articles of impeachment from the Senate demanding to know how the trial will proceed president trump speaking into Saturday conservative students meeting near is more like a home with a new nickname crazy so now he says you know she has no okay so let's not submitted she sings about witnesses are stalled and on hold for the holidays our thanks to Bob Constantini reporting from the White House it is now eleven past the hour and coming up a devore cast only a parent could love the latest on the NFL playoff picture heading into the final week of the season I'm John stillness and that's coming up on first light and we'll be back in two minutes hi I'm maybe mashed fan returning from Alpharetta Georgia currently serving at USF becomes do start Germany I want to wish my family and everyone back in Alpharetta a merry Christmas and a happy new year hope to people very go navy guys waking up over and over to P. is not okay but now you can reduce those nighttime bathroom trips with the ingredients in super beta prostate P. three advanced we're talking about less surges to P. at night less bathroom trips during the day and better bladder emptying it's like taking three prostate supplements in one you can try a full thirty day bottle of P. three advanced free just pay shipping and handling no strings attached no obligations and no commitments to buy this is a thirty day supply absolutely free call one eight hundred four seven eight zero four eight zero super beta prostate is the best selling brand in major retailers like Walmart but for this no 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"usf" Discussed on KGO 810
"It was really the start of two half start of the ball game at USF game out and shot well did not and the bears then played well at the you know first half progressed only down by two at the intermission but then the same problem the start of the second half kind of a similar formula didn't quite go so well and cal not able to kind of regroup and regained their momentum was they were in the first half and it ends up being a seventy six to sixty four win for the dons a veteran team a lot of guys coming back older guys in a system that they played in the last couple years against the teams that this in the first year of a new coach trying to install the system I thought they ran offense better than the bears did for the most part they got the ball and they had the one element that the bears didn't have as they had an inside component offensively yeah with wall and and he did a really good job they went to him a lot to start the second happy was able to deliver and I didn't have an answer for that and again you start off as you go inside out it makes it a lot easier for those three point shooters to get open to get good looks so after after the fall when inside the bears collapse a little bit check it out and made a make a twelve three pointers above their seasonal average of but that's what they want to do they want if they jacked up twenty nine eight twelve that's a really good percentage and as a result that they go away with the victory digital all twenty points eight rebounds he was elige pin up for their offense does end up with four players in double figures just a couple in double figures for the bears Skream south at twenty Matt Bradley had let me add nine halftime and really didn't get much going in the second half and you could see some frustration on Matt easy but it's in shots but it's a files at the frustrating second half for Matt Bradley and again San Francisco put a lot of one three one zone and I I don't know how much years of practice against the one three one zone usually early in the season if you're gonna practice against the phone it's the two three that's the zone does your these days so the one three one little more spacing from different angles this that and the other so it created some problems for the bears and hold for a little while while the don's got hot then that extraction they're gonna make a difference back with more of the post game show you SF feats cal tonight here on the hill top on the final.
USF’s Charlie Strong, BC’s Steve Addazio, Ole Miss’ Matt Luke among college football coaches axed on Black Sunday
"Time college football almost fired head coach Matt Luke South Florida fired head coach Charlie strong Boston College fired head coach Steve Addazio Graciano reportedly returning for a second stint as head coach at
A Top Keto Researcher Shares Her Findings
"I think you'd be on the podcast today. Anger Anthony Yes. Yes you are Maybe you say give people information just a little bit of your background currently what you do I'm a research associate at the University in South Florida and the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology I worked with Dr Dominic Douglas. You know we have a lab here where we we study metabolism and how it pertains to the development and potential therapeutic interventions for a variety of diseases. primary focus for me would be cancer Um so he's been cancer. Metabolism things like Akita Genetic Diet or other non talk ways the target metabolism could be a useful advent to standard of Care Therapy for cancer better level so looked at eight non toxic metabolic targeted therapies or other these jazz seizure disorders and also near genetic disorders including some rare disorders like Kabuki Syndrome which is something that we've recently started studying so we have a wide array of interest kind of all related to how we can optimized metabolism to prevent and treat the gotta before we dive in deeper and I think what you do on a day-to-day basis just curious as far as your background and what got you interested in this field in the first place sure so I was always interested in. I was even a a young on girl. I was very much like a tomboy. I would always be playing outside like you know catch lizards grasshoppers than I was just so interested in those dot dot kind of so biology plus always really interested in me to the point where I never really thought about doing anything else. I probably from the time that I knew being scientists was an option. I was decidedly going to be a scientist and I always really loved the idea of contributing something new to be in a wealth of knowledge that was out there so just reading scientific textbooks and thinking about how literally each each launch of their represents an advise some fine history that had an interesting question or idea and tested dot hypothesis and came up with something new that had never been known before and that really drew me the being though after to High School I went to college with that in mind I studied biochemistry molecular biology at Hendrix College which is a small college in Arkansas which is where I grew up had a really great experience there where the the call all just very intent on experiential learning and so I was actually able to work in a neuro science research lab for three years at Undergrad and able to do really really interesting research and actually present at them national conferences even while I was an Undergrad which kind of furthered heard my you know solidified my interest in going on to graduate school and being scientists so then I decided to do my PhD after Undergrad and I came down to University of South Florida for or a PhD program in Biomedical Sciences and started looking around four labs to join though when you start a PhD program you have to identify who's GonNa be your nature Professor and the project that you're going to work work are gone for your dissertation project and that's what I'm doctor you know he was a new faculty member here. USF This is about ten years ago or so and he was doing a load of work at that time for the Navy looking at mitigation negation strategies to combat a unique type of seizure that manifest when you breathe high oxygen concentrations at depth so such a navy diver might experience and that led him down the rabbit hole to booking at he does this which of course the Ketogenic Diet had been used clinically for a hundred years actually to treat epilepsy mets refractory to education and so he was doing work in that field and at the time has kind of stumbled across this idea about a ton of research on at the time by the thought that maybe toes Hud's them properties that could be anticancer and that it was at the time I was looking for a research lab and I met Dr Casino and you described these ideas to me and it just sounded really fascinating in part because it seems so novel. It's funny now when I think about at that time the idea of diet impacting something as serious as cancer. It seemed surprising to me because now it seems so obvious that something so impactful the Diet would have major impacts on something like cancer but at the time it was very enterprising and I I'd had some personal experience with with cancer and and my father had had brain tumors starting when he was very young he had them even had them irradiated was pretty pretty intense radiation therapy which saved his life allowed him to live past you know his back speculation into his you know into relatively old age and and allowed me to to come around so that radiation saved his life but 'cause very long lasting negative effects and that he had cognitive physical decline over time and you know this was at a time we're a lot better now at using targeted radiation to eliminate much of those off target effects but at the time it was kind of more intense whole brain irradiation type therapy and I think I was just very intrigued by this idea that maybe there's here's the non toxic ways that we can before standard of care therapies so that we can protect our healthy tissue while putting more stress on the tumor and I I love that idea about potentially using diet do that and and I think that that really kind of caught my cut my eye. I and I decided to join Donovan and start up the Kantha research program and his love so now still split your serve research focuses. This is in in everybody all in on this sort of like metabolic therapies or or how do you split up. Yeah I would say our whole lab is it's pretty dynamic and their interest we kind of have people have more specific areas adventures expertise I I really enjoy and tend to focus on the cancer work in our lab dominate the classically trained neuroscientists and daas more his wheelhouse but we all kind of are familiar with the whole territory and contribute in other ways. I think that is also really important part to this kind kind of science as being multidisciplinary because we understand and learn a lot from each other though we're lucky about the epilepsy field has a very long history three of studying diet and metabolism and not do these days and there's a lot that we can learn from each other those are those and cancer biology for example or people studying nearer nearer developmental disorders can look at things like epilepsy and learn from I'm definitely we have people who kind of tend to focus on certain things were all also contributing to most of the projects that come out of the lab okay. How many resources do you guys have the right. Now we have about Devon fulltime not fall and then we have a number of students who come in and we'll volunteer or work as a student researcher for some period of time here and there so I would say I'm sure on yours and the answer is not enough of course always okay okay so one of the things you mentioned before was that you sort of have this transition in how you're thinking about cancer therapies and in that you know how could nutrition affect any of this nine eleven obviously. How can it not so? What did you learn that brought you from one mindset to the other. I think just the learning how impactful nutrition is on everything that happens in our bodies. I mean it is I would say one of the main them Eli but but our body is receiving it it tell their internal system a lot about the outside world.
The Perseid meteor shower peaks tonight
"Viewing if the Perseid meteor shower Andrew frock noisy is professor of astronomy at USF so the name of this particular form of shooting stars or media shower is the Perseid meteor shower because if you were in fact to be able to trace back the path of the meteors are they would be approaching us from the direction of Perseus the consolation potentially sixty to seventy meters an hour tonight and early Tuesday the nice thing about a meteor showers that it can be seen all over the sky high and so it it's not like events where you need a telescope or binoculars I like to say that this is a celestial event for the ninety nine percent the one percent vested you away from city lights should both space and science center good place to
"usf" Discussed on Florida Matters
"This is Florida matters. I'm Robin Sesing ham. It's the end of an era at the university of south Florida after nineteen years as the president of USF, Judy Genshaft is stepping down today on Florida matters. We're talking about the highs and lows of president gin Chaffetz long tenure. I'm going to say at the outset that Florida matters and USF public media is based at the university of south Florida and received support from USF but is editorially independent with me in the studio is Mark Schreiner assistant news director at W, USF, and longtime, producer of university vit. He's been reporting on the university of south Florida for many years, highmark. I Robin, thanks for having me, and Steve newborn WS assistant news director and reporter, Steve attended USF as a student in the eighties. So he seen a lot of changes to the university over the years. Hey Steve glad to be here. Well, nineteen years that is an unusually long time for one person to remain a college president, isn't it? I mean, what's been her secret to her staying power, do you think Mark thinks this thing is Robin nineteen years? I think she passed Jon Allen is the longest tenured president of USF about five years ago, Jon Allen, the first president of the university. And what I think, really worked well, for president Genshaft is that she was always a cheerleader for the university, the joke that has been going around particularly for the last year, but it was very noticeable every speech she ever gives and I mean, you probably wouldn't like someone asks her, you know, paper or plastic. She probably says paper and then she throws in a go bulls at the end. Making that the bowl logo. Yes. Which should I'm surprised one of her hands isn't, you know, posed. An but, but she's, she's a huge like I said, a huge cheerleader for the university while at the same extent a job like that you need to be politically, astute, you need to work with not just a board of trustees who you answer to, but you work well, with city legislators, and of course, with the US F system. You're not just talking Tampa. You're talking Saint Petersburg, you're talking Sarasota manatee. You're talking Polk County with lakeland in polytechnic for a while there. And then state lawmakers because of course it's a state university. It gets funding from the state, and she was very much into a strengthening those relationships and keeping strong bonds with those lawmakers and powers that be in the community constituency. It's a big university. Do you know how many people it's actually? And that's the other thing that that is really being trumpeted now is the idea. Of the growth that took place in the two decades under, again shaft, you know enrollment growing by forty percents. Oh my God. Yeah. Yeah. Right now, I want to say realize that yeah, that's the thing is that just the growth in terms of students. I want to say between the US F system. It's in the neighborhood of now, fifty thousand students on the three campuses of USF Tampa, Saint Pete, and Sarasota manatee, and then another thirty thousand staff and faculty, Mark talk a little bit about her background. She was a professor, I guess she started out, yet, she actually went to university of Wisconsin Madison, social work and psychology. And then she really focused in on school counseling when she got her graduates, and doctorate at Kent state university, and the, the focus, there was how schools reached out to students and you saw that more and more throughout her tenure with the honors college back when she started in two thousand USF's honors college wasn't even a college. It was an honors program at the time. Quickly. She wanted to set it up as a college brought in directors to run it as a college, and now the last probably the last thing that she's going to be best known for is this twenty million dollar gift to create an honors college that will bear her name, twenty million dollar gift from her and her husband. Stephen Greenbaum for this college, that's going to expand to about five thousand students, and at that ceremony in may, when she talked about the gift, one of the things she stressed was the idea that this was something that she has always been about from her education days from her days in college of focusing in add student achievement. All right. So you mentioned Mark that she came on board as president of university of south, Florida and the year two thousand and Steve, she got kind of off to a rocky start. She became president in July two thousand the next year. We had nine eleven and then soon after that the admit. Station suspended a professor by the name of Sami Al Aryan, and this was a national brouhaha and you were were reporting on that at the time, right Semioli, Iran was a professor. He started a group called wise the world in Islam institute at USF L on came under investigation by an independent documentarian by the name of Steve Emerson, who basically accused wise of being a front for a group called Palestinian Islamic Jihad, which was later declared a terrorist group, by the United States government, the month after nine eleven you gotta remember emotions were running really, really high and Ari on when on the Bill O'Reilly show, the O'Reilly factor on FOX and a Riley, basically ambushed him. And people were phoning in death threats bombing threats against USF so Genshaft and the new university board of trustees. You gotta remember the board of trustees had just been established. Replacing the longtime board of regents here, and it was a group of basically business people who are running the university. Just a lot of disruption at this time disruption they came to an agreement that they were going to fire him. They didn't actually do it at the time. And this created a firestorm of controversy from professors, who believe that the university should be a beacon of academic freedom. This became a national even international issue, and it really didn't come to a head until L Aryan wasn't died about the federal government about a year later, and they quieted down a lot of people who were defending him became silent at that point, because it looked like okay. They had reasons beside freedom of speech. They had reasons to suspend him. And you've got to remember back then the image of the university took a really big hit of we, we were being called jihad. You really a nationally. We're getting getting to be embarrassing. Yeah. Rodney plot of bad press. So Steve, you're. Reporting on this story of Al Arian and the university of south Florida, at the time and we have some archival tape of Judy Genshaft at the time. This university has been through a great deal and it's, it's hurt the university, and it's been very difficult for us. And I believe that, that severing all ties of this misuse of our university is a very important step. This university is larger than this particular case. So she did, so she survived that she went on, but then Mark, she did have some run ends after that with faculty. And again, you're going to have that, that, that push and pull at any university, where faculty and administration bump heads. Whether you're talking a pay issues or tenure or things like that, one of the big arguments at USF, which is a big argument in higher education in general, right now is the use of adjunct faculty, which are. Professors and instructors who, don't get a tenure don't get benefits in many cases are poorly paid are working basically part time jobs, as a full-time basis. So that has long been an argument anytime that's Genshaft salary came up the idea that she was at one point in time, the seventh highest paid public university presidents in the country as of two thousand sixteen seventeen academic year, that argument always was, you know what about the faculty. What about the adjuncts how you paying them? But again, it's an industry wide issue right now recently, the university decided to consolidate all of its branch campuses, and this caused quite a bit of concern among people in Saint Petersburg, especially where USF Saint Petersburg, is located. I'm going to put the disclaimer on that of the university may have decided it, it may have been decided outside the university that USF was going to consolidate. There's a lot of. Speculation on who really came up with this idea was it Representative crisp rolls, a USF alum based out of palm harbor. Was it president shafter self? She has been quoted multiple times as saying that she had heard talk about consolidation being an idea, but she was surprised when the state legislature put it in a proposal. But again, you know that there's never really been a definitive answer of whose idea it was as far as I know. But the concern was for years. And this again, predates president Genshaft, the idea of Saint Petersburg, and Sarasota manatee wanting more autonomy, maybe even at some point, separating and becoming their own colleges, while again, the state's nest necessarily was going to allow that, but the campus is ended up with a lot more atonomy under consolidation. Some of that on Tommy is going to be taken back some of that's going to. End up in the hands of Tampa. What comes with consolidation though is more money for those regional campuses. And what a lot of university officials are praising is the idea that a student now can enroll at Sarasota manatee can enroll at Saint Petersburg, and end up taking the same classes that they can take on the Tampa campus. So kind of keeping them as as strong branch campuses with their own identity. But at the same idea, making those programs cross borders across the three, I think one thing that probably in the back of president in Chaffetz mind. This whole thing was the, the lesson of what happened to the USF lakeland campus USF had a joint campus with Polk munity college for many years, and after the started bursting at the seams, literally, they USF wanted to build a branch campus. USF polytechnic is what it was called and somewhere along the line a very. Powerful politician by the name of GD, Alexander who was speaker of the house at the time is very big landowner a Polk County as well. He decided that he wanted to make this a separate campus and he used his considerable political will to basically cleave this off of the us system. And it became Florida polytechnic. It's now this beautiful building with, well, it's university state university. Right. The, the beautiful building this right on I four. But that had to be in the back of her mind. The lesson there of how to keep these branch campuses in Sarasota and Saint Petersburg in the USF or breaking off. And I thought, you know, people who are involved in that very bitter, fight must have also been thinking, well look what happened to the branch campuses. After all good thing, we went ahead and became an independent university that was one big fight that Judy Genshaft ended up losing, when USF lakeland, which became USF polytechnic. It's split that was in two thousand twelve that was that. Must have been quite a rough time. I'm not going to necessarily say that they lost because what ended up happening after, you know, USF losing. Yes, the polytechnic campus which I'm sure was a loss for the university. What happened then was the budget deal? The budget battle that immediately followed that in early. Twenty twelve where JD Alexander basically is the guy who controlled the pen and control the money was going to say, you know, what USF you fought me on this. I'm gonna punish you and he was looking at cutting funding for the university somewhere in the neighborhood of one hundred and twenty eight million dollars. I mean that is like taking a blow torch to a university. That's almost a fifty percent budget cut at the time. And I remember there was a lot of talk about salaries being cut. So it was affecting people in personal level, a lot of angst around, there was and again, that, that goes all the way from faculty down to, how's it going affect students classes. We're talking about being caught, and you saw something similar when? Then preeminence happened with the university preeminence being a mercury get into that. But just as an explanation, a metric system that the state sets up that allows for extra funding for schools that reach these levels at a point in time when USF looked like it was going to attain preeminence, in join Florida and Florida state's the goalposts got moved, and I had the opportunity to watch the board of trustees and president Genshaft at that time rally the troops, and they did something similar with this budget battle back in two thousand twelve and this is again, that political animal that political power that a president needs to use is to reach out to the community to reach out to not just your board of trustees, but businesses around the community to reach out to lawmakers in the community to reach out to power brokers and say, we need a hand..
U.S. fighter jets intercept Russian bombers
"USF twenty two. Stealth jets intercepted six Russian military aircraft off the coast of Alaska yesterday, according to North American aerospace. Defense command, the US fighters spotted the four bombers and two fighter jets inside of the air defense identification zone, which is about to. Hundred miles from Alaska's western coast. The Russian ministry of defence, confirmed the incident earlier today saying the F twenty two's, escorted their planes for several hours, NORAD reports the Russian planes, remained in international airspace the entire
Online retail has all the advantages over brick-and-mortar stores, right?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by vast a global cybersecurity company trusted by over four hundred million people avast is dedicated to protect you online. So you can connect to the internet confidently avast keeping the world safe from cyber attacks. Visit them at a vast dot com and by evident, helping businesses create a solid foundation of trust and safety on their platforms by Cemil verifying workers in less time. And with more confidence evident is bringing competence and peace of mind to personal data interactions across the globe. Visit evident ID dot com slash tech to sign up and start running verifications immediately. That's evident ide- dot com slash tech. Online retail has all the advantages over brick and mortar stores. Right. Well, maybe not from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Jack Stewart in for Molly would. Amazon has built its empire in lodge pots on one transformative promise your stuff shows up in two days. And nearly a third of the US population has signed up for prime at one hundred twenty dollars a year. This mere instant gratification was forecast to be a very large nail in the coffin for brick and mortar retail, but all those physical spaces still have some advantages over the online giant mainly that there already near people. Amazon is expanding its delivery options with lockers bundled deliveries on a set day and this week a partnership with Kohl's. Yep. An actual store to handle Amazon's returns. Chris Hess is a logistics expert. He is designed supply chains Amazon, and he says the company doesn't just experiment wildly Amazon does lots of data analytics before they jump into anything. The ideas. A lot of them come from their customer service listening to the lines and doing data analytics what customers are saying. And then it goes into Ken, we make the supply chain. Do what the customer is asking for. Does it cost us more? Does it cost us less than what our current state is? And if it costs us a little bit more, what are the potential other benefits like convenience environment in those types of things. And then when they have enough to say directly, it makes sense they're going to go out and pilot to see if it works and then tweak adjust in ramp up fast. If it looks like it's got promised. And it definitely is convenient to get the things that you want in as little time as possible that, you know, a couple of days to have things delivered to your house, but that's to be expensive Amazon spends billions of dollars on shipping every year. So some of these moves actually about saving money. Well, I think Amazon looks at it a little bit broader picture is that all the brick and mortar stores and clerks and distribution networks behind them to get stuff to that show for you to drive to in by. And so they look at it as hey, we have all this money that we don't have invested in bricks. Order and stock clerks and those types of folks to do those jobs, so we can use that money to pay for transportation costs directly to your home. And some of these bundling things in lockers are just ways to reduce cost for folks that don't really need it in two days. But because they have prime hit the button do that what sort of pressure? Does it put on on competitors? I mean, they have seemed to have made this sort of two day delivery, the standard expectation now. I'm they absolutely. I think you see different things going on, you know, especially in the brick and mortar area with the likes of WalMart. Now with you know, order online swing by new way home to pick up at the store already picked impact. In somebody's gonna come out, and basically place it in your trunk for you. Right. Other companies that are brick and mortar are moving inventory out of their back rooms, and creating the film and operations in their back rooms and pains them they're on the way home to deliver packages for them to try and reduce delivery costs because they're already. Within three to five miles of most of their customers in that area from that store location. Chris has his now director of supply chain solutions for ten co logistics. He says expect more experiments and delivery choices. But to delivery is still Amazon's mainstay. Now for some related links. The idea of stores using that stuff to do deliveries on their way home sounds like an intriguing way of getting stuff to people without having to build a whole new network, but we're going to link you to an article from retail dive, which says WalMart had to go back to the drawing board after its first attempt to do just that also at marketplace tech dot org. A report from Reuters saying that the biggest challenge it faced was getting associates volunteer despite extra pay because they were worried about using that personal vehicles. Walmart is reportedly trying again with a revamped but much more limited scheme. And of course, we can't mention the future of deliveries without talking about drones after all the hype all started. When Amazon's Jeff Bezos promoted the idea in a sixty minutes interview back in two thousand thirteen well this week alphabet Google's parent company. Got the go ahead to start 'Delivering goods in rural Virginia and UPS is also flying blood samples from hospitals to labs via drone in a pilot program in North Carolina. We have details from the New York Times. And wired now performing medical deliveries. Sounds like stakes would just be a lot higher than for dropping off paper towels and pizza, but it is potentially also easier to sell a project local authorities and residents if you can call it potentially life-saving, I'm Jack Stewart, and that's marketplace tech. This is APN Carolina in Brooklyn New York wrote to tell us she's a longtime fan of marketplace, tech and appreciates the content and the mission. Thanks Caroline to join her in keeping marketplace tech going strong, donate online today at marketplace dot org, and thanks to Carolina and all the marketplace investors who make our work possible. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of San Francisco at USF, you can study the new digital economy from its ground zero surrounded by the firms that built it and the startups that will create the next revolution. 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Your smart speaker may capture your voice-activated fails
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by pinata for businesses. And universities Panatta was everything YouTube isn't with enterprise grade security Bilton recording and live streaming and a unique search engine that finds any words spoken in any video Panatta was how professionals share knowledge. I can't tell you. How many times I've heard Alexa? Bring the beer. Alexa is always listening. And so is that guy from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. This week. Bloomberg had a long story about the people who listen to the failed interactions with Amazon's smart speakers and train them to be better. Antonio Pettit is one of those people and last month, he told his story to the prime to podcast produced at K U O W in Seattle. Antonio is a writer for smart speakers, he worked on Cortana, Samsung's Bixby and the Amazon echo, and he was part of a team responsible for listening in on the times when you might have teased your echo or asked a question that didn't get a response or even accidentally woke it up. What he learned. You're never quite alone. When you're speaking to these speakers, potentially there's always the, you know, there's always the possibility that your data is being used for quality assurance, and that there is somebody on the other side of those devices like human that is over hearing. Let's dig into this more in our quality assurance segment where we take. Deeper look at a big tech story. Joshua mcnichols is one of the hosts of the prime to podcast, he interviewed pet it. And he said that the range of audio Amazon collects is very broad those sort of accidental moments where maybe a cat knocked over a vase in it made a sound that sounded sort of like electronic, you know, when the vase fell those recordings go into a bucket called quality assurance where somebody is listening to them in in sort of classifying. Why did this not turn out as we had planned, right? We've written all these pairs of questions and answers, like if human say this than Alexis should return this answer. But some of those just aren't classifiable, and they have to they have to judge. What went wrong, how do they before we dig into, you know, the implications of that? How do they do that? I mean, they really just apply like human logic to it. Listen to it and think, okay. This doesn't match the script or is there. Also, some engineering that goes into it. Exactly. We'll I'm sure there's algorithms that help them with some of them. But a lot of them go to a human and human listens. To them because humans are still better at interpreting human speech in many ways than artificial intelligence. How hard would it be for one of these engineers one of these people in the quality assurance department to figure out who the user is? Well, the information that comes to them is anonymous d-, but who knows what might be recorded in that time period. It could be some information that could be identifiable, right? And if somebody managed to you know, attack one of these companies and get these recordings or something, then that's another thing. But we don't have any evidence that that has happened yet. Because even anonymous there have been plenty of incidents throughout technologies history of anonymous data being pretty easily tracked back to an IP address. Yeah. That's right. And we know the data that may not be easily ascribed to you at this time at some point in the future may be more easily correlated with you by combining different data sets that allow you. You know that creates associations that aren't in one set of data alone. Joshua mcnichols co hosts a podcast called primed about all things Amazon you can find a link to that episode on her website. Marketplace tech dot org. And now for some related links elsewhere in Amazon news, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, put out a letter to shareholders this week in which he talked about the company's failures and said that actually the development of the echo smart speaker started around the same time as the company's biggest financial failure, the Amazon fire phone can't remember that. And it made me think because at the time, it seemed really obvious that Amazon might need a phone to complete its ecosystem since so much of our shopping and browsing and adds delivery was becoming mobile. But instead smart speakers are among the fastest growing categories in consumer electronics and phones have kind of peaked in fact on Thursday Credit Suisse assigned a neutral rating to apple and said it expected the company's smartphone sales to decline by double digits. Maybe the right call by Amazon bazo says letter also said the company will have to keep experimenting with potentially multibillion dollar failure. In order to keep innovating and one other note on Amazon before we go today, the company has been criticized for how it treats its workers at fulfillment centers and warehouses low pay long hours and very unfunny working conditions like people peeing in bottles because they're afraid to leave their desks well on Thursday pilots at Amazon air protested over low pay and what they said are terrible working conditions. The pilot said the pressure to keep supply chain costs low for Amazon is creating bad conditions for cargo pilots all across that industry. Maybe not the ideal way to finance the multibillion dollar experiments Stephanie who's produces. Marketplace tech Yvetot is our senior producer. Dan Powell is our engineer. I'm Ali would have a great weekend. Everyone. This is APN. Not everyone gets a chance to learn about the economy in school. Marketplace helps you continue your education in a way, that's smart accessible and hopefully a little bit fun. Your donation is not only an investment in your own learning. But also in helping us make more people smart about the economy, and that's good for everyone to learn how you can help. Visit marketplace dot org slash investors. And thank you. This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of San Francisco at USF. You can study the new digital economy from its ground zero surrounded by the firms that built it and the startups that will create the next revolution. 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U.S. users are leaving Facebook by the millions, Edison Research says
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of San Francisco. Their new masters in applied economics combines economics training with the practical skills and data analytics needed to understand the new digital economy to learn more and get an application fee waiver. Go to USF C, A dot EDU slash marketplace. And Bela Novo for business, you're an IT. But why do you do what you do to make a difference inland? Ovo is here to be a difference maker for you by providing innovative technology solutions to learn more. Visit Lenovo dot com slash SNB. Powered by Intel. An exclusive look at numbers showing users are leaving Facebook by the millions from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Kimberly Adams, informed, Hollywood. All the bad press about Facebook might be catching up to the company new numbers from Edison research show. An estimated fifteen million fewer users in the US compared to twenty seventeen. The biggest drop is in the very desirable twelve to thirty four year old group. Marketplace tech got an exclusive first look at Edison's latest social media research. It revealed almost eighty percent of people in the US are posting tweeting snapping, but fewer are going to Facebook. Larry Rosen as president of Edison research. He says while Facebook points to global growth, the US numbers are a meaningful drop. Fifteen million is a lot of people no matter which way, you cut it. It represents about six percent of the total US population ages twelve in older, and what makes it particularly important. Of course, as it is part of a trend is the second straight year. We've seen this number. Oh down. And obviously the US is the biggest market in terms of dollars. And so it's going to be a super important market for Facebook or anybody who's playing in this game. But if we look at Facebook's earnings report, they are still reporting an increasing number of active users. So what's behind the difference between what the company is saying? And what your survey found, right? So when they're producing those numbers, they're typically talking about their global platform. And this is a survey just of the USA. Furthermore, we're asking about usage, we're saying do you currently use Facebook and Facebook is probably measuring on do you ever open the app or do ever use it on any level, and are those people going somewhere else or leaving social media altogether? We only show trace numbers of people leaving social media altogether. Obviously just transferring their usage the big gainer interestingly is under the same roof as Facebook as their co. Owned Instagram, and do you have any sense as to why people are leaving Facebook in particular? So the survey didn't specifically ask why are you using Facebook less or why have you stopped using Facebook among those who say that they have obviously there's tons of other information out there. Whether it be the politically related aspects to Facebook, there's conjecture about as Facebook has become more popular among older people, whether that's younger people, and then obviously, we just have to consider whether some of these other social media platforms in particular, Instagram, and Snapchat are just more appealing to younger people. I should also mention that while we've seen dramatic reductions in usage among younger people. We're still seeing some gains among people like for instance, fifty five and older. And so that is maybe not the advertising target Facebook is necessarily looking to work on. But it's not as if all his law. Their Larry Rosen is president of Edison research. Of course, we'll have a link to those social media numbers part of Edison's broader, infinite. Dial report up on marketplace dot org. And now for some related links in this case more details from that infinite dial report, it's pretty ironic that most of those Facebook departure seem to have gone to Instagram which being owned by Facebook doesn't necessarily have better policies. And it's also worth noting. Facebook is still the most used social media platform, according to Edison with sixty one percent of people in the US using the site Instagram is a distant second, Edison. Also looked at media hardware smartphone ownership continues to rise about eighty four percent of us. Two hundred thirty seven million people own those pocket. Computers. Smart speaker ownership had a big jump in the last couple of years and keeps climbing about twenty three percent of us have them now. With Amazon's Alexa in the lead. And an interesting trend is developing around smart speakers people who get one. One tend to want multiple in two thousand eighteen only about a tenth of smart speaker owners had several now about a quarter of owners have three or more. I'm Kimberly Adams. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. I'm Shepard from Lincoln Nebraska, and I listened to marketplace several times actually every day because it's got the economic news and developments that are important to me a donate the marketplace. So that it can be available to everyone and asked her hope you'll be join me in this effort. Thanks to join shepherd is a marketplace investor donate online marketplace dot org. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by breach. What makes a data breach? The worst breach of all time have losing our social security numbers the keys to our identities. How about losing one hundred and forty five million of them breaches, a podcast takes you inside the world's biggest hacks. 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Do renters have the right to reject smart-home technology?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of San Francisco. Their new masters in applied economics combines economics training with the practical skills and data analytics needed to understand the new digital economy to learn more and get an application fee waiver. Go to USF C, A dot EDU slash marketplace. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by brother Inc. Vestment tank printers. It's happened to all of us right before an important presentation. The printer runs out of ink brother Inc. Vestment tank printers help put a stop to this. And can literally change the way you Inc. Your choice of up to one or two years of ink included in box helps eliminate the expense and hassle of frequently buying and replacing in cartridges. Learn more at change the way you Inc dot com. Smart homes are all the rage. But do renters have the right to Adum apartment from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. Martin homes. Full of connected devices aren't just for single family homes. And if you're a renter, you might get a smart apartment, whether you want one or not back in January security researcher, and blogger Leslie car heart got a letter from her landlord saying, they're building was getting internet connected door locks and her response was no, thank you. She wrote about it. And ended up finding out that this is a big business. There are multiple quote, smart, apartment, vendors and property managers really want this tech, here's car heart. So there's a lot of good reasons for implementing this technology. First of all, it makes it easier for rental properties to manage maintain the units, especially when they're unoccupied they could do things like monitor for water leaks. They can also make a added convenience for their users which is a good sell for potential residents. You can change your temperature from your phone. You can get grant access to people when you're not home and know, who's accessing your apartment when I'm so there's a lot of benefits there in terms of convenience and also the ab-. Ability for apartment management companies to require less staff to do things like show apartments. All right. And then how about the cons ranging from actual security physical security to privacy. So I often tell people that in terms of security things can be quick cheap secure. But not all three at once. And in this case, the industry is asking asking for this to be implemented quickly and cheaply and consumers really need to be asking for security here for multiple reasons. First of all, you're sending a tremendous amount of data about the way that you live whose home when your home when you go to work, you're sending that out over the internet to multiple parties, and you would extensively want to send that securely. And also, the lock, of course, is granting access to your apartment. So you want to be certain that nobody malicious can grant access to your apartment in a way that unlike breaking into a window or breaking a lock off a door is not really easily detectable how much I know. This isn't your specific area of. Expertise, but how much do you expect this to become a conversation about rights will attendant in the future be able to demand the right to a dumb apartment, and it isn't my area of expertise. I'm not a lawyer. But while I was investigating this. I didn't find any precedent for issues like this. I don't think much has been done. This is all so new and it's coming down the pipe so fast, where did you land in terms of feeling okay? About moving forward with this. I'm buying a house, and yeah. And that's not my threat model, isn't everybody's? I'm a security researcher. I catch bad hackers for a living. And the last thing I need in my life is a system that could be monitored or tampered with by one of the people who I sent to prison. Other people will feel differently, and they have very very different throttles. But it's important to think about these issues because a lot of people don't have a choice whether to rent or not to rent, Leslie, car heart is a security researcher. She wrote a follow up this week to her original post saying she's been working with companies to help deploy apartment. Tech securely. And she'll be speaking at a real estate conference called multifamily tech and entrepreneurship next week in San Francisco. And now for some related links other than the fact that there's an entire conference on this topic, which I guess is not surprising. There's a conference for everything it seems like connected buildings are hot conversation in the property management world, and there's kind of the usual tension for tenants and owners between convenience and security one survey on a site called multifamily executive dot com. Said fifty percent of renters would actually pay more rent in exchange. For smart home features like kilos, entry locks doorbell cameras, or smart, thermostats and speaking of our robot overlords. Remember that cute little social robot named Gebo? It was kind of the precursor to Alexa, and the Google home gadgets. It was a robotic assistant with a really friendly little face, then it could dance and fleece it. Started out as an indie gogo crowdfunding campaign in two thousand twelve by two thousand seventeen time magazine called it one of the best innovations of the year. But now g Bo is basically a casualty of Alexa. And apparently a bunch of knockoffs from China, and it's shutting down and as it servers. Go off line owners of the robot are getting a sad little message. Well, it's not great news. The servers out there that let me do what I do are going to be turned off soon. I want to say I've really enjoyed our time together. Thank you, very very much for having me around. Maybe some day when robots are way more advanced than today, and everyone has them in their homes. You can tell your your said, I said Hello. I wonder if they'll be able to do this. And then it does a little death dance. I'm not crying. You're crying relationship. With tech is really complicated. You guys I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by backlog, developers know, the importance of officiency and transparency when it comes to collaborating on a team backlog is the perfect software development tool for managing issues from start to finish create tasks and track progress with features like Gant and burn down charts. Tackle bugs update teams on various issues and push code out from get backlog do all this and more with one easy tool. Try backlog for your team free for thirty days using the special URL backlog dot com slash marketplace.
USFL vs NFL - Risky Business
"Our series on the grudge match between the US F L and the NFL United States football league championship game nineteen eighty nine. We took you back to the eighties. When an upstart spring football league came along and tried to score on the NFL's turf. The USFL backed by a new set of owners, including the likes of Donald Trump attempted to change the face and feel of America's most popular sport. In the end. The USFL folded, but the league did have a lasting impact on the game. Many of its players and coaches went onto NFL stardom and rules. I initiated by the USFL like the two point conversion and the coach's challenge are now. Staples of the National Football League today, the NFL faces new business challenges there are new concerns about footfall injuries after another tough hit in the NFL overnight. There you see Brennan wish the calls helmet on helmet head. He was taken off the field with concussion widespread criticism over the safety of the sport and the league's response to players kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice. Have sports watchers questioning the future of the NFL. Mike Pesca is a longtime sports journalist and podcast for slate. And before that for NPR, he is host of the slate daily podcast. Gist and author of the new book upon further review, the greatest what if in sports history, we're bringing him on the show to talk about some of the biggest uncertainties around professional football today. We talk about risks facing the NFL whether a new league could make it today. And what our culture would look like if football never took off in the first place. Hope you enjoy a conversation. Business wars is brought to you by wicks dot com. 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Well in America, we used to have a monoculture when there were three or maybe four TV networks and a few evening news broadcasts, but we've gotten fractured and we've gotten away from that. And the one exception is football. So not only is it the most dominant sport. I also think that it's to a great extent. The closest thing that we have to a culture. -tural glue. If you look at the ratings of the top twenty shows, the top twenty individually aired programs in any year football will be I don't know sixteen of the top twenty or so people think the Academy Awards is right there under the Super Bowl. No. There are three to five football games before you even get to something like the Academy Awards, and maybe a big bang theory. We'll sneak in there, so. Yeah, it's now it's not like most people or even watching every game. But it's the closest thing we have to a shared experience an agreed upon experience. And I think it says something about American twenty nineteen that we can't even agree upon football. Yeah. Yeah. Well, there's something to that. I'm sure, but what about in a business sense? I mean, part of what we've been exploring is in in the course of of examining the USFL, and it's sudden rise was how the NFL was sort of a dominant business player. And I assume that especially given the television revenue that we're still talking about football the NFL in particular as as dominant. Yeah. Yeah. Football is collectively the value of the teams are worth possibly close to a hundred billion dollars in revenue it makes upwards of fifteen billion dollars. Roger Goodell has predicted that football would be a twenty five billion dollar industry within a decade. So you can see from a business perspective. Look, we don't have to take half the audience or a quarter of the audience. If you just take a few crumbs from that gigantic pie, you could be pretty rich. So I understand why someone would say, hey, what if? Where just a pale copy just a tenth or even a fiftieth football. We could still have an enterprise that makes us a lot of money. The problem is historically. It's been hard to do that. Yeah. I wanna go back. Do you? Remember when you first heard about the USFL? I mean, were you already plugged into football at that point when the USFL made its debut. Yeah. In the early nineteen eighties. I was a big New York Jets fan, which doesn't make that much sense. Because they were that good. Although there was one year strike-shortened year that they had a decent enough team. And I remember Donald Trump who was by then a fixture in New York media and real estate circles and remember him going on the Letterman show and talking about how he took over Eastern Airlines, and it's going to be the Trump shuttle. It just seemed like one of these billionaires or millionaires on the make and he announced plans for USFL team. There were going to be called the generals and the name the name. Donald Trump wasn't the most associated name with the generals who was was her. Herschel Walker the great perhaps one of the greatest college running backs of all time, he joins the generals. And if you wanna watch a great college Heisman Trophy running back. He was the only way to watch it. And there were a lot of is on Herschel Walker Brian Sipe who was a former Cleveland Browns. Very good NFL quarterback who we hired to be on the team. And the the roster of the generals was a decent roster a plausible. They wouldn't have won five games in the NFL. But I don't think they would have gone over sixteen. So we put together a very interesting watchable product as did a few of the other owners at the time is funny. You should mention Herschel Walker because I was growing up in Georgia at the time, and you can imagine, you know, you have this Heisman Trophy winner who put UGA on the map in many respects. I mean, it just made it a championship team. And you wanted to you just expected that he would be going to the NFL. L and when the USFL scooped him up what a surprise. And I remember feeling both a sense of letdown that maybe I wouldn't get to watch him, you know, in this new league. But also a sense that something new and exciting was about to happen spring football. I mean, that's crazy. You know? And I unless memory is doesn't serve it seems like Herschel Walker jumped to the USFL before he could have jumped to the NFL because of the rules. Do you remember any of that? I think that back then there was a restriction against underclass men coming to the NFL. Yeah. USFL did away with all of that. In fact, I think the USFL was pretty much open to anyone joining their league there were pirate type organization, but you also have to realize the early seasons of the USFL. It was only fifteen years removed from the AFL, and what the AFL did was they took another exciting southern player and brought him to a New York team. And that. Was Joe Nemeth playing for the jets? And so and that was my team and that was a model of an upstart league. They were a fall football league. But an upstart league challenging the establishment and winning and becoming absorbed into the NFL. And then even more recently than that, the ABA which was the the organization that challenged the NBA, and it was more exciting, and they add multicolored balls, and they had three point shooting and many of their team's got absorbed into the NBA. So this idea especially in the early eighties before football became this culturally. Dominant juggernaut I would say back then by the way baseball was the national sport this idea that you couldn't possibly challenge the NFL. It's not true. Maybe in retrospect, it seems true. But a good business plan could have and a lot of people in retrospect, look back and say, in fact would have challenged the NFL establish that USFL as lead to be reckon with. So why didn't the USFL become a part of the NFL? L as as Donald Trump wished that it had. I mean, obviously he wanted to have an NFL team in part of his strategy was to get ownership of the generals. Yes. And I think and this is this is mostly going by the accounts that have been written the ESPN documentary books on the NFL. And maybe it relies on the great man or the infamous man of history little too much. But the answer is Donald Trump. It seems because Donald Trump just like he was a guy from queens who always looked at Manhattan is looking down on him and wanted to be part of the senior circuit in Manhattan. I think looked at the fact that the US was spring football. And he couldn't live with that. He wanted to directly challenge the NFL and a lot of other owners, maybe without the economic wherewithal to oppose him said this was a bad idea there. We have a plan if we stick to this plan we can make money in the future. But it's very important that where spring league and Donald Trump said no Donald Trump says we're going head to head because he couldn't. Be second best. And you also engaged in a court fight simultaneously as he brought the US fell into the fall. And that just ruined it. There was no way to compete head to head with the NFL. But that's just it. Right. I mean, if in fact Trump's idea that the USFL would be absorbed into the NFL like the AFL with what you were just talking about early. If that had happened. It could have been a gold mine for certainly for all the owners, and who knows how many other football fans in some of the smaller cities, for example, this is I guess I wonder why it hasn't happened. And when you consider what's going on right now, you have the XFL you have the alliance of American football. Which is you know, just just getting off the ground. Now. I mean is this basically given the NFL's position in sports and business today is it basically game where you can't really take on the NFL head to head. It's always going to be about trying to. To get a foot into the door with the hope of getting absorbed somehow by by the leviathan. Yes, I do think. So. And I think that there's a very real impractical concern with just in terms of salaries, and this is not true for a couple reasons with the USF L, but just in terms of salaries you can't pay players more than the NFL. Can I suppose none? Neither of these two new leagues can do. So I suppose you could imagine a league founded by billionaires that wouldn't mind burning
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"Records on police misconduct from law enforcement agencies all over the bay area. The foundation wants records of officers who have been involved in eight fatal shootings into the state's new right to know act. California's state law has traditionally barred access to internal police records, but since Senate Bill fourteen twenty one went into effect January first the ACLU says it and media outlets have been working to obtain documents related to investigations the serious uses a forest sexual assault and dishonesty the half day. Two dollar a pack tax increase on cigarettes was overwhelmingly passed by voters in thousand sixteen is starting to pay off KCBS is my Colgate says the state has started dispersing proposition fifty-six money, the tax raises more than a billion dollars a year. So there's a lot of money available six cities in Santa Clara county getting more than three hundred thousand dollars to help reduce tobacco use among teens. They use of nicotine. Gene. And vaping products has increased substantially national. Studies have seen this increase quite significantly. And so our concern is that youth are getting dictated to nicotine, they coal cost the tobacco free communities program at the Santa Clara county public health department said the six cities every Quested funding, included, San Jose, Sunnyvale Santa Clara. We were able to fund all of the city's at the level that they had requested. And really this is an opportunity for cities to address the needs of their local residents within their city in regards to tobacco related issues. The money will fund a number of programs including decreasing secondhand smoke exposure as well as restricting the sale of flavored tobacco products in the Silicon Valley bureau. Why Colgan KCBS Napa police have arrested a Napa woman on suspicion of a hit and run of a pedestrian on Tuesday. Twenty year old Alexandra verandas is suspected of hitting a sixty two year old woman on Sasco avenue. Just after six thirty. The victim was not in a crosswalk when she was hit in the southbound lane of traffic suffered head and facial injuries and was taken to Queen of the valley medical center after the collision. Witnesses had a dark colored sedan that was traveling south on Sasco avenue left the scene on Wednesday afternoon and alert citizen reported a suspicious vehicle and police responded and found a newer Honda Civic with damage consistent with a collision. The car was impounded for forensic processing police contacted verandas. They registered owner of the Honda at her home on March. Dr she was arrested in a book in the Napa county jail for hit and run causing injuries. And at last report the pedestrian was still hospitalized coming up on KCBS. I'm Rebecca chorale. The mindful approach menopausal women say is helping them. NFL sports at one forty five with Bruce McGowan one of the hottest teams, the two time defending champion warriors. We'll get back into action Friday night in LA against the clippers warriors won six straight. Now, they play the LA clippers on Friday and DeMarcus cousins will make his debut for Golden State coach Steve Kerr was asked. If he has any concerns about DeMarcus cousins fitting into the warriors system he's been in the league along time. We know his game. Well, we know what he's capable of strengths and weaknesses. So we've got some ideas how we're gonna use them. But there's no substitute for actual game experience. So put them out there. And we'll see how that goes. We will Andre Iguodala says he also thinks the cousins is going to fit in just fine. I've had so many conversations with him on adventures. Sees I'm like, okay. He gets he calls. A Shannon myself, though, guys, all guys. We're gonna take care. We'll make sure he's good people forget, he's no top ten talent. Andre Iguodala dole a nice game. The other night coming off the bench with fifteen points, including a key three point play at the end of the third quarter that put the warriors in the lead on a college hoops and USF continued its strong season the don's although they lost over the past weekend. Gonzaga one of thriller over Pacific fifty three fifty two Charles Millon's free throw with three seconds left gave the dons their margin of victory. Saint mary's. Meanwhile, beat Santa Clara their old rivals who haven't really given them a whole lot of trouble in recent years, seventy five fifty five guard Jordan Ford, eighteen points for the Gaels in a tough night for both the Stanford men's and Cal men's basketball teams, Washington state whack the bears up in Pullman, eighty two fifty nine in Washington won their sixth in a row easily beating Stanford up in Seattle eighty two sixty four New York Yankees have opened up their checkbook, again, what else is new twenty seven million over three years goes to middle reliever out of Iino valuable Thirty-three-year-old who was outstanding with the Colorado Rockies in two thousand eighteen a two point four three ERA a career high. One hundred and twelve strikeouts. In just seventy seven and two thirds innings and a six four record and finally an upset in the women's draw. The Australian Open as defending champion. Caroline Wozniacki was knocked off by Maria Sharapova, third round action sports at fifteen and forty five hundred zero six nine
"usf" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Little too little. Yeah. But he doesn't like to act, you know, he likes to play straight up bully ball. He doesn't wanna see week thirteen three remaining more pouches it in for Justin Jennifer Castenada right up in his grill. Defensively fifteen left to shoot a five point lead for the cats, so semi sets a screen. Jennifer dribbles to the left point reverses direction with eight to shoot Jennifer continues to dribble near the top of the key. Now broom fakes it three drives into the lane loses the ball fast break for USF readout to the who shot is no good. But called Cincinnati. Fans wanted a foul would bro into the hall. He brought that ball is almost wiped the ball goes away. Everybody looks for the foul and the meanwhile. Redo takes the ball and goes linked to the floor uses that big body of his. In Morris county. The free throw line fissile says I hear what you're saying shots. Foulon Jennifer his first to file shots coming for junior Quincy Rideau in his first year in a USF uniform. He's been terrific tonight. He to a bad free throw shooter. And he makes his first fifty percent for the season is one for one tonight and as eighteen points. This is the lineup. We haven't seen this year. We have L E L is your big little big man who is your rebounders shop locker and then a bunch of guards on the perimeter. Second foul shot. Good USF fourteen for sixteen from the line after going ten for twenty five in their last game. Fifty five fifty to Cincinnati put the thirty six left put the ball and Cumberland's hands Jennifer passing for Trevor more back to Jennifer several steps outside the three point line, Darin Savino barking out instructions. More looking for an open teammate. Couldn't get it to coupling shot clock at nine Jennifer into the lane. Offensive foul called on Justin Jennifer turnover. You're asking a whole lot of Jaren Cumberland when you need a basket, and you don't have a play directly tall for him to run the offense until the ball gets to him. That win a three point game. Two assists, two turnovers for Justin Jennifer tonight, USF guitar with a three point basket. We have twelve minutes and twelve seconds to go Castenada. Defended on the perimeter by Kane Brome now, it's Kerr very lengthy lengthy, and lanky athlete. Castenada had the ball knocked out of his hands on a drive and a reaching foul is called on Keith Williams. Williams refuses to slide his feet. He continues to gamble. And then he's surprise every time. He gets called for five. Take on Cincinnati USF is shooting for the rest of the night in the Bearcats are only two fouls away from putting USF and a double bonus. We've hit the under twelve minute media time out eleven fifty nine to go. Cincinnati fifty five USF fifty two from the CBS broadcast table. Bearcat basketball is presented by energy pellets of America on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w. Wow, the energy and sounds of pre tip off in the start of a new season coach of UC Bearcats. We in the remarkable three you see the third arena. And I'm proud of our new home and having my. Friends from Mercedes-Benz.
"usf" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Though at the knees. Did. But anyway, yes, he was talking to us. Of course, he was isn't that what do you think types, you know, wise, man, he said like that to something far Han doesn't hear what's being said. And oh, he dropped the P word. He said, let's be honest. You're just gonna have to be patient. It might not come together until the middle of spring training. All the great ones have that kind of perspective. Remember when Eddie Sutton was up here coaching USF. Remember, the Sutton era of USF, Tom basketball. You don't oh. This was incredible. Yeah. Late nineties Murphy's. I. Doing the show together. That's true. So maybe oh six oh seven Eddie Sutton was one of the most decorated coaches in college basketball history. Don't forget he had his head handed to him by by Jim Harris UCLA Bruins in the final four. He was coaching a big country and Oklahoma state to circle back to yet another ninety five reference, but any Sutton was on the verge of a all-time win record. But he had retired from Oklahoma state. Just prior and it appeared he wasn't gonna get there until in oh seven out of nowhere out of nowhere USF fired their coach and at a nowhere. They hired Eddie Sutton in the middle of the season was Jesse Evans was the was the guy they fired Jesse Jesse in studio. Now, don't forget murph- Eddie Sutton looked around at his roster. And he wasn't impressed. I've sound cope. You want to hear Eddie Sutton on his roster for real. There's more time. Come. Really program myself to be very patient. So Polly said we we came to work the next day through the rasping he'd you know, he'd obviously ripped him a new one screaming at him and he had seven hundred ninety eight career.
"usf" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Ben Jarvis Brad Ellis Tarik Glenn back in the studio and thanks so much for spending your Saturday night with us. Fifteen minutes left in regulation. Bearcats have at twelve point lead thirty five twenty three a word of caution. If you're feeling like this one is just about over USF has three wins this year where the bulls were down by double digits in the fourth quarter and came back to win. They trailed Georgia Tech by ten and one they trailed Illinois by twelve points in the fourth quarter and what they trailed Tulsa by fourteen in the fourth quarter and came back to win. So they've been in this position before Bearcats have to drive a stake through their heart in the fourth quarter. And this one. Yeah. No doubt about it. And these guys have athletes and all it takes is one play. We've seen that already. Is. They are capable in right now. Third fourteen fifteen actually, Dan you just gotta make a play here. Give up a little bit yardage. That's fine. Make a punch. Cincinnati leads the all time series eight two seven, but the polls have won three in a row and all three of those victories had been blowouts thirty three to three last year in Tampa, forty five to twenty the last time that USF Nipper, and I don't even want to mention the score of the game before that it was kind of the beginning of the coach. Copper Bill would Cincinnati bell behind fifty one two three at the half. I play of the fourth quarter is third down and fifteen USF converted on third down and fifteen on its last scoring drive on a twenty four yard pass to Saint Felix when he should have been tackled marker exactly two by two formation for USF all a Dokan looking toward the sideline. Laps. The hands catches. The shotgun snap. Looking left has to scramble to the left now guns it into the bench area? He had to throw it away. Giral white was about to pop and the balls will punt. Yup. Commodity fits was their marquee. Marie copeland. Was there Giral white was right in his face and threw it away. No chance did a great job of getting out of there as a quarterback, but he had no place in throwing going backwards as fast as he could just fired it into the bench temperatures dipped to twenty seven degrees. I believe it was thirty one at kickoff. US with an all time record of one in five when the temperature is thirty eight degrees, or colder. Here is a low short putts. It'll be fair caught acrobatically by all the night. He misjudged the flight of the putts it as he was charging forward. He had to jump up falling over backward landed on his rear end the fair catch at the Cincinnati forty four yard line at thirty six yard putt. A little bit of acrobatics on the other end to threat trench Snyder. The punter. Dot touched and did a little flop. Thanks snyder's. An interesting story. I mentioned early in the broadcast these twenty eight years old, he's from Australia. He is a former construction worker he had his own company for eight years bricklaying framing deck building tiling decided to try his hand or foot it Pontic. Here's a hand off to Charles McLellan wedding wide left to the fifty to the forty of USF tackled from behind at the bulls. Thirty nine yard line nights. Pick up on the first play of the drive her freshman Charles McLellan. I'll tell you what. Great job to buy chase. Sean jackson. Down the field blocking and not holding. Did a great job there. Look like officials were looking at him in. I mean right on him and needed a great job of creating space fifteen yards on the run the cats have it at the thirty nine yard line of USF leading thirty five to twenty three Ritter. Fakes a handoff. He throws. He has Jackson open and Jay Sean Jackson sprint toward the sideline. For a first down because how to balance at the twenty eight after eleven yard pickup nicely done and well-blocked downfield. Also on that legally by Thomas Gaddis Cincinnati lines up quickly. Ritter catches the shotgun. Snap the ball squirted out of his hand. As he tried to throw a pass. It's recovered by. Under cold conditions. Desmond Ritter, not wearing gloves..
"usf" Discussed on Behind the Bets
"It's it's USF. It's at Houston. The big news here is I don't get alver is gonna play of suffered a chop. Lock injury to navy last week. But this has more to do with USF. I think playing with fire hair. I know they're seven and all I know they're three and own the conference. But so is Houston has the ranking in front of them. I think Houston's the better football team. Five times this year USF is trailed after the first quarter. It's bound to burn them this Houston offense. We saw early near against an inferior opponent in Arizona, or they just jumped all over them. It's three thirty eastern kick. The place would be a good atmosphere. Houston's been been good in building. That thing. What major? Derek king has been as impressive as anyone when you look at the ability to throw and run in those in that spread offense each rushed for nine scores thrown for twenty three. I saw Charlie strong compared him the to his core back from last year Quint flowers, but their case kings, wait bigger, and I just the speed obviously Briley is is the OC Colin things and and they play as fast as anyone. I just think it's it's about that time for USF. I think they've been I mentioned that they've been not what we thought. But they still been able to get wins credit to them. I think it's a tough spot. I'll take Houston minus seven and a half air and the line is telling you to take Houston. I went back and looked that good for me, though. It is good for you last forty years on rank teams versus seven better teams. There is not been. A single instance of an unranked team being favored by more than a field goal over team seven or better in the last forty years. So this is never happened. This is never had at least as far back as I have data for you've never had an unranked team favored by touchdown over seven. Oh team. And the previous was field goal. I mean, I think that. The line is telling you all you need to know about what the right? The only side in this game. You can play is Houston. All right. Well, I got another one that sort of looks like that. It's the same Alex first buddy seemed type of theme. I have another note for you on that. And I think you'll like that one just as much if I if I if you're going the way I think you're going. Stories. I'm gonna start my day in Jacksonville. I am gonna end my day in Stillwater new this one was coming. How can you not take Oklahoma state, plus the three and a half at home coming off of helpful poorly? They looked in their last game week off etlinger is such a huge part of that Texas offense. He is not one hundred percent if he does play such a key factor in the running game. He is going to take a pounding on that shoulder. Look texas's. It's a good story. They're buying in. They beat Oklahoma. Still a team though that five of their seven games have been one score games. Another other one find themselves in in close games or they were in a game can't state that they want winning pulsa game was a touchdown game. They're not at the level yet of Texas back Mack Brown heyday type games. This is a really good spot for Oklahoma state. The previous three years they've only been a home dog twice be poise. He state earlier this year by twenty three sixteen beat West Virginia by seventeen Texas has been terrible favorite lately. One in six against the number the last seven into small number. So basically, you're taking Oklahoma state. You're you're taking them to win the game. And I think they will. Wow. And although states wearing very Sander uniform from eight can bury dress. I don't think. So I think he all that eligibilities is is gone, but man, Google their uniforms for this week. They are so meant man like and as long as as one of those teams now, it's just got into the they.
"usf" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"What are you guys actually do. Your member when iron man was a bad guy. Well, he sponsors to bowl games in a sport for that includes some teenagers. I think they would probably start that off with remember when iron man was really cool before before he wasn't cook, what's up fellow child soldiers. Beds back easier to folk on iron man, wasn't it lib. When he was when he decided to become soft and turned into a vigilante powered by unbeatable. Iron suit. Yeah. What a pussy. Yeah, I think USF is game. I've seen this before they are put it like this. Do you have an undefeated team? That is an eight point underdog. Yeah, boy. Yeah. So no one else has taken this bed either. No, I would love to chicken bet this game, but I'm not doing that. No. No. Now now is next game I might, you know. USF Houston, chicken bet. If you wanna take the over in that game, what is the over under a guessing? It's quite large. I haven't looked. Yeah, you looked at. We will begin the discussions of Kentucky at Missouri number zero, Kentucky atmosphere, four points. Oh, no, thank you, sir. Yes, right there. Isn't it? Jesus. Missouri wasn't that the San man's lock last week that they that they, that Memphis would win that game with with the points just ran out of time. I went thirteen thirteen and eight last week, thirteen innate. This was one of the one of the eight salmon took a loss of man's stone. Cold. Lock of the week came up short. Listen. Sometimes the sand man on public channels has to give out bad information to throw the feds off. But if you subscribe to the San man's exclusive, fourteen ninety nine a week guaranteed lock newsletter. That's where the fed free Pixar. Yeah, because the feds don't know how to use newsletters. They'll never crack the code. I got them captures on there. That's like it's like it's like, click this. If you're not a fade, also, you can invest in his cryptocurrency coin. It's got like, it's got like the jumbled up letters on the capture and they spell out. I'm not a fed. That's what you have to type spill out crime in a fed, won't type that feds light, Ew, yuck. Entrapment can't do it. Taryn my integrity won't be allowed me. Yeah, we're in a year by the way we're Kentucky's number twelve. Kentucky's number twelve. You forgot about that. Didn't you just sort of slipped your mind. This Kentucky thing to continue what's gonna suck is what they beat Georgia. It's not going to be an upset. Wow, I kind of wanted. I wish we, you know what hold on. I'm going to take that. We're going to leave that where it is in the podcast, but I'm also going to copy that and put it at the end of the podcast because I want that to be the end so bad. Just loop it, cut it out from there? No, I wanted to exist in both places because I want George have to hear it twice. Oh, thank you. Oh, this is a good year for me. I like I like Kentucky Mizzou a lot because these teams are opposites. Mizzou is like the album teams. So it's like a supermarket fight. They are opposites in the sense that a decapitated man and a head without a body are up, sits exactly Kentucky on offense. They just sort of run until they get the punt what at the zoo on offense. That's decapitated ma'am. Right. And let's see. So Mizzou would be the body LA's head. Yeah, correct. Let's head that just says, throw the fucking ball. I will say this if you could just like a decapitated head and a headless body when you put them together, guess what you get a horrifying monstrosity. That's you get a really damn good team. If you combine their best elements, you also get a horrible team. If you combine their worst Wellstone bailed still would be able to pass against ranked teams. That's that's why he's going to lose this game. Did you see what Barry owed him had to say, leading up to this about about Kentucky, the Kentucky football program? Of course, I did..
"usf" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"The stadium. Baton rouge. We've actually earlier that Cincinnati is one of three teams left in the conference of the perfect record. The other two had scares last week UCF rallied from thirteen down at halftime to beat. Memphis USF was down by fourteen points in the fourth quarter and came back to Tulsa. So when you get in the league play it almost never comes easily. And that's obviously going to be the case for the Bearcats this Saturday at temple. It's a team that's three and the league one on the road at navy last week, which is never easy to do. So you're catching temple playing good football. There's no doubt. And I think without outside of those first two weeks of just trying to figure out I think some of those new faces in the grad transfers and the quarterback situation. They've obviously been playing very very very good football. You know, really put it to Maryland. I think that kinda got him rolling had a nail biter with down to the end, and they were in the top twenty at the time too. And so they've had some really good football games. And some really good teams. You mentioned taken grad transfers a little while to get into the rotation. Not. If you listen to our broadcast and pointed it out several times, but two lanes second quarterback that came in and name omits me Donald. I think it was it was an Irish name some sort like that. But he was transfer from LSU got there really late. So he's just working in the lineup. And here they are in game six still trying to figure out how he came in. I takes a while after camp or Campos halfway I think it was even later. The name their starting quarterback at LSU. I think he took off and left, and he was he was a difference them that was their first touchdown. He came in through some really good balls down the field, which so there could be a little bit different with him there too. So. You know, you see a bunch of that in our league. And you're going to continue to see a bunch of that. I think by week was nice nice to get a little break for you. And your staff for the players, but we are excited to see the Bearcats back on the field this Saturday trying to remain perfect trying to improve to seven and best of luck in Philly against the temple. Owls. No. Thank you guys. Appreciate it. All right kickoff..
"usf" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Good, and if I'm not mistaken and Jeff, brought this to my attention I just looked it up the details. Pablo Cruz will be at? The, capitol theatre September fourteenth on. Friday did I get that right Jeff looks like? You're reading it so I think, you may have gotten it right they just wanna make sure it's I do not like probably. Will love will find a way there knows how? To pick the music music picker I. Got it, today in. History for you young sisters you wouldn't know about this but this is from August twenty fourth nineteen. Seventy five and this, is when there were no Tampa Bay rays or Tampa. Bay Lightning or Tampa, Bay Buccaneers, there was USF basketball no football. And there had been university of Tampa football she. Had UT, football USF basketball and that was it around here I would love football downtown. Still that'd be made oh yeah. They they quit because of the muck and. Ears and they shouldn't have done it was very popular one zero. I used to go to the games anyway it, was on this date in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy. Five the Tampa Bay rowdies in. Their first season one the NASA championship and it was against the Portland timber And that was the, only championship they won although they were in two or three more they drew the other night one to one against, Pittsburgh the. Rowdies did Wednesday night yeah they need to get in the MSL or MLS Major League Soccer but NASA cell. Was fantastic it was huge all over the country and the, rowdies were the best of, the bunch and just about all. Of them, still live. Around here I wonder why soccer flamed out because I hear about how popular it used to be. But it has changed, obviously now yeah but it was fun back then the. Next year I became, the broadcaster, for the rowdies can you give. Us a quick play-by-play make up. One it was. Funny I, got to do it I watched a first half of a game in Jim. Globally was the play by play. Guy in the first game you've ever seen. A first one I've ever seen of soccer any kind and I. Watched it and I was just kind of fascinated, by tackling in, passing and that kind of thing, and He said, ju- Jill like what you saw I said yeah it was interesting he's okay you're doing the second half that's how, I became. Voice of the rowdies go read about and that's where you gave me the best advice ever say yes to. Everything Anyway it's eight forty. Five almost. Eight forty six and time to get to the newsroom and Chris treatment the case has gone on for years. And now attorneys for a retired Tampa police officer charged with murder water repeat some court proceedings attorneys. For Curtis Reeves want another stand your ground hearing prosecutors will have to. Prove that Reeves was not in fear for his. Life when he shot and killed Chad Olsen in two thousand fourteen a teenager is dead after a hit and. Run in Hernando, county the seventeen year old girl. Was killed in Brooksville on US nineteen year Glen lakes boulevard a highway. Patrol says spring hills KENDALL Tucker was ejected from a car that flipped over. When the, driver lost control the driver of another. Car the trooper say, was involved in the. Crash fled, the, scene President Trump's. Attorney says. Impeaching him would lead to. A revolt Rudy Giuliani was interviewed by Sky News while golfing, at a resort in Scotland Giuliani says Trump would only be impeached for political Seasons, and that the American people would rise up against it on Chris Franklin NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a. Now let's check sports from the six twenty WD sportscenter I'm Aaron Jacobson the. Raise completed a four-game sweep of. The Kansas City Royals. Yesterday with a, four to three win. Tampa Bay. Swept the four-game series and finished seven and against the royals on the season the race will go with the. Bullpen day tonight against the Red Sox game is at the Trump first pitch at seven ten the. Buccaneers placed running back Charles SIMS on the injured reserve yesterday sim suffered. A.
"usf" Discussed on Bang the Book
"It's a senior eight here right now for me, it looks like they're about the number sixty three. My tolerating. So USF A-Team downgraded quite a bit. I kinda like to see them winter to laundry here, but I think this is an easier schedule than mostly out there. So it's a little bit difficult here to find Wintel value for me because I liked temple, better temple, tough schedule. USF anything has an easier schedule. I will go to go against USS on a game by game basis, though. During the season. I think that they're going to be a team that would be good to say, especially when they're big favorites isn't team that it's going to be way down on offense. Now, I don't think it'll be very good or stopping on defense either like they were last year. They lost a lot on that defense at front hard team to rate like you said, but USF way down from last year. Yeah, I have USF down. Eleven points in my power ratings are fifty nights for me with a seventy one and I'll be ready to adjust down even more if I have to because I am very. Worried about this team. And another thing I'm kinda worried about here. I'm worried about Charlie strong. I don't know what Charlie strong is. When you look at the good years, the really good years that he had with Louisville. You had him in the big east and then in the AFC then he left when they went to the ACC. So he just had a talent advantage over those teams in the big east and the AFC when as c. was in its infancy, then he goes to Texas. We've talked about this before. I don't think he was really set up to succeed there. I think there were multiple problems with that Charlie, strong higher. I think it's very good for him to get out of there. But last year riding the coattails of Willie Taggart's recruiting classes in Tampa, had Quinton flowers, had everything set up that he needed. It was a soft cushy landing spot for a guy that needed it coming off of his tenure with Texas now that he has to use his recruiting prowess, rebuild this team on both sides of the ball affectively. I don't know what he can do in that. Situation. It is very hard to take a guy who's been a head coach for eight seasons already and say that you still don't know what he really is. I think Charlie strong is one of those dudes for me. I completely agree. I could could act all of those sentiments. I think that last year. I mean he was in a perfect positive feed last year. How could you not have a really good team? Tremendous talents. Ours was excellent. You know this year going tell a lot more than I think when we have this assumption extra here, we're gonna know quite a bit more about probably strong. Right. So looking at the rest of the Easter, you've got Cincinnati, East Carolina, and Yukon any anything to write home about those three teams. Anything you want to mention here specifically. Cincinnati team. I had an important note about, I think that this is a team to what's it go against when they're playing strong passing teams. I think it's secondary is going to be a big problem, Cincinnati, rusty fence to me, it'd be pretty decent. So you know, pay attention to who they're playing dance because I think Cincinnati could be really weak against the pass this year. They obviously need better quarterback play. I, they'll get better than they did last year East Carolina. You know, team that's trying to switch to the Duke style of offenses as what they say. I'm really unsure what that means. As far as the tempo probably still try to play a little bit fast. But I mean this defense is so bad. You have to try to hide it. It's hard to do. East Carolina has a really weak all since of wine. So to me, if you're gonna be a really bad team again, and when you look at their season went, so it'll be oddsmakers know that as well Yukon nuance or new offense coordinator. John John, I was with the bears last couple of years. They wanna be a no huddle team. But they'll just use multiple formations speedups on flow down some of the time..
"usf" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"You had to be number one's a number one to see you got, you got to be number one or two. Dall- you're back to that one and to get the buy you play just like the NFL. You have a wildcard week weekend in college. You have. You can do the same thing. You have t- those, honestly, I don't know. Do you have those games at a neutral field or you haven't met the actual stadiums because then you think the next week you want so say, okay, so last year it would have been. Number one. Clemson was who's number two number two, Georgia, never three, Oklahoma, and over for Alabama. So you'd have an ember five would have been Ohio State you? Probably. And number six. Trying to think here who is the who is the big, who is the already had ACC champion. The USC you get even throw a UCS USF in their UCF if you want as the or succeed or Wisconsin as exceed. So it doesn't matter. So the six plays the three. So you have Oklahoma versus we'll we'll say, for sake, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Wisconsin as out large, then you have the four versus five. So you have Ohio State against Alabama was wrong with that. The winners of that play. So obviously the lower seed over so say, say, Wisconsin, beats, Oklahoma, okay, sixty. They're gonna play Clemson, and now the two seed plays the winner the game. So I mean, you know, you know how works same kind of way it is in the NFL where you had the teachings of a by and do you have. So the only question is, okay, we'll we'll do. They play the first week, the wild card weekend, neutral feel that they have the games at home or and then the next week not gave Alabama, do not give Georgia and cleansing their home game. You could you got. You got both for two weeks. You're narrowing down from six to four like that. It's one week or six. Four. It was like that. I mean eighteen eighteen oh, it's the same thing. You just one more game. Too. I think you should add more more one more game. There's take away one of the cupcake games. I know they make money for this more schools and such and such. But you make it more premium where you can just you're gonna get one, those schools more money. I don't know to beat them. Basically, you know, the big powerhouses pay, Alabama pays citadel to put them on their schedule until they could play them before they are bowl, the little warm up game for iron bowl. So keep that game and you just have one less Game. Boy. I mean, actually the SEC already has actually this e four. They have four non conference games, threes season off, and they have the one in the middle there before their big rivalry game. So. Whether you're going to pay narrow down to see it would never done the three games. Everybody else, two games regarding the, you know you're. You're on on carbons game. And then obviously the conference schedule is really what matters. It would just the teams that would kinda hurt pilot like USC and Sanford, and Notre Dame who all have to play each other every year regardless of conference. So Stanford and Notre Sanford, and you have a built basically every have a built in non conference game and in obviously, there's teams that don't have conferences like the military schools and Dame actually, I think our forces in the mountain west, it's only one that's actually interconference. So, I mean, that's my ideas. I mean, if you want to make it a premium to win to be the number one seed an immature CD by and then the other two teams and play an extra game. So it is what it is. Eighteen wouldn't be bad. Either one verses aim thing, one versus eight. You get two more teams in there. I think it just kind of what why have a why have two one verse eight matchup when you have them play, not have to play a game. Your, I don't think you're gonna have an eighteen eight seed upset at one seed. I don't think it's going to happen, I think so. So say lay last year you would be through it. We are one through six, say Wisconsin with six. You say USC seven noted USF eight. You think Georgia's gonna have any problem with USC last year that roster? I don't think so. You think clemson's problem with UCF last year?.
"usf" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"The mike aka aka pre orlando residents that's what the mac is i'll count it in my head all ready go toledo ohio in you're the good teams none of them will take usf in weiss bid listen to podcasts ain't played nobody that's exactly eight seconds good job next the mountain west time for the mountain west preview that's the one boise state's in and is there are there other teams there are the teams that boise state beats usually that way it usually okay that was one year years yeah there's one per year that they don't be but they almost they beat almost all of them they have a grocery store stadium that's fun we are hugh sf is the only stadium or the only campus with a on campus public's sir i'd much rather have an on campus public's than an albertsons stadium the only other the only other real threat here is this is the san diego state situation right i know they just lost a legendary running back however san diego state people sleep on him they continue sleeping on them all right but in the history of this conference since they have a student championship game in two thousand thirteen boise's days wanted twice san diego state sds you won it twice so don't sleep on them i know you're all you're all in on boise state which admittedly is the i think i think boise as the jacksonville of idaho that's the way we wanna put it leash it do kazan diego's totally the tampa california don't tell me it is because it's awesome now you're right you're right about the orlando of cal ooh i thought that might anaheim no animals like the saint augustine of california down he's all of these sound so sacramento florida actually say tallahassee tallahassee it's a one to one relationship their anaheim is like the florida california into though ooh that's terrified alwa is that what again florida ray firewall of fornia of florida the florida of california of florida is undoubtedly let's see universal studios oh yeah that was easy dough of i was gonna mix it i know melbourne don't ask why got it cool it's a rick ross song once or or maybe vero beach sure the the mountain west the concern for us as a usf homers is boy state plays oklaho state in troy couple of good out of conference wins there san diego state police stanford beat him last year that's a good you know if the champ from this conference is twelve and one that might put a little pressure on the bulls you know we we we'd have to we'd have to beat georgia tech authoritatively and georgia tech would have to be pretty good and of course see florida last year too scared to play georgia tech they were on the schedule we're not scared of him though yeah also you get san diego state at boise state so they have to come up to the blue turf heavy starches of boise itself get albert sund take getting albert's waiting on that thank you did not as point yeah and they do have to go to wyoming which should be a better team since josh allen left so oh wow i'm having a great night i feel good about it for you i'm not gonna let him eat pasta before the show ever again you can't control him you can't control all right that's like nobody says a bear is going to get into the garbage and then he does they gets me hyper than fishermen going after the legendary shark of tampa and tampa bay that'd be hitler the hammerhead not you're not allowed to carve up after nine pm ever again don't why this gremlins on the loose he's talking about the greatest predator in the history of tampa bay that's right hitler the hammerhead shark i'm totally not making it up there was a legendary hammerhead shark tampa bay name hitler was he friendly no he was named hitler what do you think he was tampa tampa all right sunbelt preview can i get another eight seconds fleas yeah i can i go can i give you six this time is that okay that's fine all right go son of a preview next absolutely arkansas state and troy are the good teams fingers good and that's it that's the mid majors of f b s so as well as the power six is fifth best conference so far could be fourth big twelve looking shaky yeah it's kinda hard to see how this isn't usf year honestly yeah big twelve the buds belt because their buds i mean.
"usf" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Next great mistake i'm just following the path of my forebears says tampons compusa no threat whatsoever to you even if fau manages to beat see florida and say we were to lose to see florida still the strength is scheduled it just doesn't compare you playing conference you say you you deserve nothing this brings us to the independence mid majors such as notre dame never forget usf of course is one in oh all time against a mid major notre dame the famous name of brian kelly's face turning purple that happened in a game against usf do you want do you want the list of f b s programs that are thousand lifetime against notre dame oh i would love to listen to this list all night law it's obviously us your usf bowls louisville virginia tech tolson oregon state georgia and yukon i would but by comparison by comparison oklahoma to eight i want oklahoma to schedule notre dame like ten times in a row rectify this i mean i think that's just what we say at the end of the season if if fau beats oklahoma and we beat uconn we just say we'll look at the lifetime record against notre dame in what is being oklahoma means nothing beating yukon giantkiller they literally killed god i believe what about toledo toledo beat our isn't toledo toledo has at least a win over notre dame correct yeah but i i don't i don't believe they are undefeated that was that was an actor that's right i believe it was that was that was the revenge of tom amstutz over shipman oregon state's to and how against notre dame never play them again and just to be clear your thing you like well that must know that's like that both of those games happen for two thousand forward that's right that was that was the bowl game where a chad johnson and tj cushman zodda after being called thugs by notre dame media and fans in the lead up to the game scored a touchdown where they celebrated by chad johnson putting his hands behind his head and tj cushman's zodda frisking him as if they were searching him that was that was the first one and and then in the second game i believe let me get it right here yeah they they met again in a bowl game and still won by seventeen points great job brady quinn yeah i would also like to point out bj daniels another one that was horse balls i'll horse ball garrick of course he was going to be the better browns quarterback brady quinn just look at the insight bowl record dove that's how i determine a great quarterback also termed a great quarterback by whether he's beating notre dame or not that means bj daniels one of the greatest all time quarterbacks bj stands for brian kelly is a jerk off just yet count it that's what it means so notre dame as a independent mid major force they have lakes some sort of arrangement with the acc so if they were to have a really good record they would take that spot which means the independence are as well no threat to us postseason i was gonna say is that the world's worst open marriage i was just gonna say i think in polite company we call it being a poor relation we're living together but don't tell mom we're totally sleep in the same bed but not doing it not day you can you can rent out my spare room this is where your hot water heater is yeah it's a spare room i'm not using it it's fine indefinitely sleeper all the time and i'm not over my girlfriend would you call this the other night and i was out of breath we weren't having sex that's an acc notre dame loves getting fucked by stanford and that's their business that's appalling on so podcast hey now all right yeah you know what though at stanford you never really get fucked because you can never get a d that's right that's right i did it it's a great inflation and dick joe and put it together cancel the podcast is over south florida all shots out diplomacy jesse ebor city davis island bitch see all were prepared for how tampa is about to get we tried to tell.
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"I need a church too far for me to get to and i need eight beaches i will never ever show up on because i don't actually go outside because it's ninety nine degrees and ninety eight minutes ahead to talk about orlando the only city in the united states or if you told me oh if you're trying to go to the hospital it's also a putt putt course i would believe you why not myrtle beach myrtle beach doesn't have hospitals nine again city designed by nine year old with with with a serious lack of spatial reasoning i would also include that in there because every now and then there's a random light helicopter ride place next to power lines to put it there and also they went owen twelve two years ago they went twelve two years ago like if i lift the greats in terms of like ucf football players is to culpepper there's most noted for a bad shoulder right there's blake bortles who is most noted for too bad shoulders and also for standing on the shoulders of a defense and leonard fournette that's that's what blake bortles was noted for i should say as noted ucf usf fan hi jason somebody who yeah we know great quarterbacks at usf we know quentin flowers i'm not even joking about that cornflower was awesome is incredible matt growthy i'm joking a little bit about that god blesses saul griffey had barks he did macro through is incredible macaroni played one of the best games i've ever seen a massively hung over quarterback played the sun bowl just rolled out with like half tijuana his bloodstream somehow managed not die on the field was breathtaking ultimately don't take colpepper lasting football contribution as he made the saints looksmart right that and he did the the get your roll on dance right like he would write right who do that on the field which i would actually say as like that's more important than anything he did as a player he threw balls randy moss which was good and then at the same time he also did the guest role on dance on the field and did a lot of q gestures so issue here was making the state's looksmart made the saints look lucky which we all know they plenty of that but yeah and as bucks fans we object one hundred percent i think the us f is the only football team in the city of tampa of any of any merit or renown right also fair ever thought it got rid of higher lisp ever since they got rid of the lynch pin who's not john lynch by that i mean mike all sought last buccaneer who mattered to most people in tampa who are him because he looked like a like a real like jacked boy band member who couldn't sing the one who liked talked that was michael stop that that's the most like tampa version of orlando thing i've ever heard because like orlando boy bands bring that boy band tampa brother will run them through the debussy debbie power plant that's right boy manzir you're just a low tier wrestler whose assumed a different ethnicity hair tantawi hair bands they were well keep in mind that was ninety eight degrees right this whole ninety eight degrees is they were all pretty jack and they didn't dance remember they got so winded that all they could do is fill in the walking on the beach that's the ultimate tampa boy bad like hair one hundred and eight degrees a lot of loose fitting clothes law is leg day yesterday we're not due to dance your this video right now i've got recover can we just walk walking's a perfectly acceptable for cardio right the beach resistance i could drink chocolate milk it's a recovery drink i drink it all day it's fun you know frankly a black cow fly go up in order one of those or brown couchville ice cream on it that's recovery it's dairy it's it's it's yeah it's it's recovery this chocolate cakes recovery cake yeah recovery king tampa's natural recovery beverage what's up.
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"Ooh welcome to growthy point blank the internet's only home the only home for south florida bulls news that's right can't you both get your bills your boss shelby your bulls river is a bulldozer the worst part is you started with that and i just kept going with it right got peer pressured into into trying to create a ucf bowl song on the fly not the first time i i would say i would say that as a as a tampa native and usf bulls die hard i really do i do appreciate art cities vast history of embracing all forms of music but especially nineties club music is a dancer who liked my before anyone really liked my boo and i mean even ironically that's right the great city of tampa do you know what the actual unofficial flights of usf is it snow but i don't know any christians commands no it's planet soul actually i was gonna say my neck my back no no no we need a little more family friendly but also reading them with sort of the overlay of like taking too much sheep ecstasy that's right now it's the radio and it's my neck my back hold my crumbling infrastructure back that's we're not talking about orlando oh side that's close north east that's that's school up middle at school at sixty eight minutes maybe seventy eight minutes on the altimonte spring shit burgers we all do that that's right you disneyesque bit burgers launch you walk your ass in here try to win a bowl game every now and then there's no monorail that's right growthy point blank featuring holly anderson tampa native say hi temple terrace watt also joining us tampa native jason kirk let's see what what part of tampa you rep for easter east harbin springs boy nabs and tampa that's no come on he's largo easy hey you know how see florida made up a resume i don't last year seafloor that's that's pretty wild considering they were founded by georgia leary who who would have seen that coming i'm honestly impressed florida even knows it resume is true because remember he's going you need one to apply at.
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"Linda lavin from alice linda lavin went to during high school she's a graduate nineteen seventy or something really and then the guy that played monk yeah he went he graduated from usf he's good i like he is fabulous all right we're gonna take a break we have a special guest joining us here shortly we're not gonna give you his name in case the information i just got was incorrect but i don't think it was because it came from him right back at six wwl am headlines john williams demand accused of killing somerset county sheriff's deputy eugene colon april pleaded not guilty tuesday in portland his trial is expected to be held next may his hearing only lasted a couple of minutes police still get released many details on the shooting maine voters again endorsed ranked choice voting passing a ballot question that keeps alive the first in the nation election system the yes vote held a solid lead with fifty five percent of the total vote and after a contentious debate this spring between school and city officials over education spending in portland city voters overwhelmingly approved a one hundred ten point six billion dollars school budget yesterday wwl ob fm and am next with maine's total weather channel eight wm t w at the start but clouds increase along with a chance of a shower maybe a thunderstorm later today afternoon highs in the lower seventies still some showers and possible thunderstorms tonight upper fifties by morning thursday partly sunny mid seventies or the same friday of of sun and clouds midseventies sunshine start the weekend from channel eight i'm chief meteorologist roger griswald bringing you maine's total weather fox's lou dobbs on news talk w l o b is brought to you by moody's collision center find out more at moody's collision dot.