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No. 1 Gonzaga turns showdown with No. 2 UCLA into 83-63 rout
"Andrew Neumark scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic freshman Chet Holmgren showed off his unique skill set with an array of blocks and dunks finishing with fifteen points six rebounds and four rejections true to me was just as effective inside scoring eighteen points hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring I'm Dave Ferrie
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports
Bucs handle Giants...Magic blown out...Comeback honors
"AP sports I'm David Shuster the Phoenix Suns got off to a slow start this NBA season but they are in high gear now riding a thirteen game winning streak following Monday's one fifteen one eleven victory at San Antonio elsewhere Memphis scored the final seven points in their win on the road at Utah one nineteen one eighteen other winners included Brooklyn Charlotte Atlanta Boston Milwaukee Minnesota Indiana and Philadelphia who defeated Sacramento off the court lebron James and I'd say it's stored both suspended following their altercation Sunday James getting one game store getting too on the collegiate level this week's a people has Gonzaga at UCLA at numbers one and two both played in one Monday night inside a one oh seven fifty four over central Michigan UCLA seventy five sixty two over Bellarmine Gonzaga and UCLA face off later this week and then pro football Tom Brady keeps rolling on the seven time Super Bowl champion had a pair of touchdown passes is Tampa Bay blew out the New York Giants thirty to ten I'm David Shuster AP sports
"ucla" Discussed on The Lead
"I wanted to spend a minute looking at a couple big trends that have been going on in college basketball and to kind of check in on where things stand. First, the decline of so called blue blood programs was a big storyline last season. Obviously, UCLA is one of those blue blood programs and they're doing just fine this year. But is that a trend that we're seeing continue so far this season? No, I think that trend has reversed itself. The main cause of that and we're really we're talking about duke and Kentucky to a lesser extent in North Carolina, but certainly that was the case is that teams that relied heavily on freshmen were impacted the most by the pandemic because when you have players that are that young, every second counts. You know, obviously practicing in the gym working out with your teammates getting in your sets, getting everybody connected, developing chemistry, having team meals together, going over the coach's house for barbecues. All of that happens in the summer and the early fall for everybody and it's especially important for teams that rely heavily on freshman. Duke in Kentucky did not have that option last year. You know, this year, Kentucky and duke are both highly ranked. They actually played each other in Madison Square Garden and opening night. I was there in the garden. They're both really, really good teams. They have really good freshmen duke in particular has really a national play of the year that I think in Paulo bank Caro, who's a 6 ten freshman forward, do everything dribbler, ball handler, shooter, everything. So yeah, I think we are looking at a little bit more of a normal season in terms of that narrative. In the past you've also talked about how this new transfer portal. You know, where guys can transfer and not have to sit out a year has really shaken things up. That's actually how Johnny Tuesday and got from Kentucky to UCLA and was able to play last season. So what impact are we seeing that rule have so far this season? This is by far the oldest college basketball has ever been. First of all, with respect to the transfer portal and coaches have been saying this now that these guys can transfer and play right away. Unless you are a really top tier freshman, a coach is going to be more inclined to bring in a transfer because if nothing else, he's older. So what a lot of coaches have told me is I'm not bringing in a freshman unless he's ready to contribute right away. That's not a guarantee that he's going to get minutes, but he's got to be good enough to play as a freshman because there's 2000 players that are in the transfer portal. And by the way, they are only allowed to transfer and play right away once. So if they want to transfer again, they have to sit out a year as was the case traditionally in the past. So that's even more of an attraction to bring in a transfer because they're going to be less inclined to leave. And then on top of that, you have all of these super seniors who came back. So ate like Villanova, they have two super seniors and Colin Gillespie and Jermaine Samuels. So I'm looking at all these team senior senior super senior sophomore juniors, senior junior. I'm not used to that. And it's really cool. And you could really tell in the way that they're playing. And there's just a physical toughness about the way they play. There's a cohesiveness about the way they play. So it's really interesting talking to these coaches as they are now adapting and in fact, I think embracing and in a lot of ways liking this new era where you're coaching older guys. Now you got to put teams together on the fly, but generally speaking, I think the coach is kind of like coaching older players and frankly, I like watching them. Well, finally, Seth coming back to Johnny too saying, and the UCLA bruins. They have a big test and a final four rematch against Gonzaga on Tuesday. What will you be watching for in that game? Well, the good news is for UCLA Jalen suggs is not playing. He's in the NBA and making a lot of money. So God bless him for that. First of all, with Gonzaga, because I mentioned about their win over Texas, you know, go Zack has this incredibly exciting freshman that everybody knows about and jet home gram. 7 foot one unicorn. He weighs, you know, what a book. 70s, soaking wet, and he can do a lot of things. Well, he was pretty much a nod factor. He only had two points, one made field goal in that win over Texas. And so I'm interested to see what kind of a role he plays moving forward because clearly he's going to have a major major impact on that team. And then as far as UCLA is concerned, I mean, look, Mike cronen has got a lot of guys. And you could say, hey, that's a high class problem to have, but it's still kind of a problem. I mean, coaches will tell you the ideal size of a rotation is maybe 7 or 8 guys, if nobody gets injured. And he's got a lot more than that. So just watching UCLA kind of work through that, but they're an old, physically tough team, drew Timmy is an early consensus favorite for national player of the year, had 37 points against Texas. So it's just gonna be a lot of fun. And unlike that other sport, teams and college basketball don't get eliminated from national championship contention in game three. You can lose a game early and still play your way into the national championship and it would not surprise me if on Monday night in New Orleans the last night of the season, those two teams UCLA and Gonzaga once more are locking horns to see who gets to hoist the big trophy. Well, college football critic and college basketball and spelling bee correspondent Seth Davis. Thanks as always for joining. Thanks, Andrews always a pleasure. You can follow all of Seth Davis's college basketball writing at the athletic dot com. Thanks for listening this week. Our senior producer is Matt Stroud. 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"ucla" Discussed on The Lead
"And with all that hype doesn't often happen this way, but the game actually exceeded the hype or Campbell wide open on the weak side. Zhang with a tough turnaround jumper UCLA has the lead. Went into overtime UCLA one. And UCLA will pick up. A win they will really save meaning Villanova in overtime. They are an incredibly mature and deep tough team. You know, Mick Ron's teams in Cincinnati were always very physically strong, physically tough, mentally tough. Not necessarily super talented, particularly at the offensive end. So for him to bring that mentality, he's still getting it in place, but for him to bring that mentality to UCLA and now coach a level of athlete and skill level that he didn't have in Cincinnati. That's why there as good as they are. It's a long way to go, but they're the number two team of the country for a reason. All right, well, Seth, you recently wrote a profile about Johnny zhuzeng for the athletic kind of focusing on what makes him unusual and how he has emerged as a star for the bruins. So let's rewind here a little bit. As you spoke with him and his family for the story, what did you learn about what he was like as a kid? Well, he was different. I learned that he comes from a really impressive family aside from the things that he is achieving. I come from a household both sides of the family. Pretty smart. So academics is a big part, you know, especially on my dad's side his mom was a teacher and he has an older brother Christian who played for Harvard, graduated for Harvard. You've heard of that place. And he also has a younger sister, Lauren, who's a freshman at Syracuse, who's already producing and singing music that is being produced and published on Spotify and available and she seems well on her way. His father is a very impressive entrepreneur who started a couple of medical tech companies and his mother's wealth adviser for JB Morgan. So besides that, they're really not doing anything. And so he came in this environment of high achievement, high work ethic, high accountability. There was always high expectations. So it was kind of like, you know, especially my mom, it was like, you know, you have to strive for excellence. So in the classroom, whatever. And then my dad, you know, always pushed us. Whatever Johnny did as a kid, he was only interested in things that were difficult. In fact, early on, basketball actually came too easily to him, so he wasn't into practicing and trying to get better. He just wanted to play and that was it. So one of the things that he and his sister Lauren did with their young was put together Legos. Now, of course, there are various levels of complexity and there was a time when he and his sister were sitting on the steps, trying to put something together and she being as bright as she was and is, thought it was too complicated and gave up. And he sat there for a couple hours until he finished it. He actually liked the fact that it was difficult. And so the correlation of basketball is when he became older and he went to more competitive AAU teams in high schools and programs aside from what he was already playing in. And he was going up against guys who are better than him older than him bigger than him. That's when basketball got difficult and that's when he really got interested and formed this work ethic that sustains him and propels him to this day. Well, Seth, you also wrote about how Johnny was influenced by a very well-known movie that was mocked by some celebrated by others, but that was certainly very influential when it came out years ago. So can you tell us about that? Well, this is something that he did as a young man basically as a middle schooler where he started to get serious about basketball. And he saw the movie the secret, which also became a bestselling book, which talks about the concept of the law of attraction. I actually read the book as a result of my reporting on the story because I remembered how popular it was and it is. The idea is that we're all basically creating these frequencies. And these frequencies are the result of our thoughts. And the frequencies produce events. So if you think that good things are going to happen, that helps make them happen. And one of the ways that he wanted to make good things happen was to create a vision board where he put specific goals and pictures on his closet door where he could see them. So I start my story off with his father maxi walking into Johnny's room when he's in 8th grade and looking at the closet and seeing these things that his son had written down. Every morning he wakes up and sees that laundry list of NBA final four. You know, all this stuff is on the wall. So he visually projects his goals and really has the work ethic to go after him. So if he's getting up at 5 in the morning to go work out and try to get better at basketball, he's reminding himself of why he is doing all that. And they included goals like NBA All-Star Game, final four, make the NBA. And again, this is all completely self motivated and it occurred to maxi that his son wasn't just talking about basketball and playing it as something to do for fun that he was very serious about it, very driven and very purposeful and that he set himself a vision and he's well on his way to executing it. All right, so this highly motivated super focused kid became really good at basketball. But despite growing up as a UCLA fan, he actually ended up deciding to play college basketball at Kentucky. So how did things go for him there? According to Johnny things went great at Kentucky, but by any conventional standard, it didn't go that well. He averaged about 12 minutes a game. Kentucky had a pretty good shooting guard named tyrese Maxie who needed the ball in his hands a lot. So the only way for Johnny to get minutes would be to play in space opposite maxi. That was awkward for him, awkward for the team and there were other guys who were well equipped to do that. But he shot the ball pretty well during SEC play. And every day that Johnny Jose walked into practice, he was going up against NBA players. And he was being coached by somebody who really holds his players accountable and drives him hard. Regardless of how will you play in games or how many minutes you play at Kentucky, you are going to get better by virtue of being there. And again, when you say to him, do you have any regrets? You know, his answer was absolutely not. You need those learning, teaching experiences where you're really facing a lot of adversity and challenge to learn about yourself and to grow, because if you're not going to quit, then you're going to figure out a way to make things work. Going through adversity builds character, and that is important for me for my personal development and my professional development. Not many 1819 20 year olds. Frankly, not many 51 year olds see the world in that way, but he does. And I think it's why he's going to be a success no matter what he does. So after that year at Kentucky, he ultimately decided to return home, transferred to UCLA. Did he more or less integrate himself with the UCLA team right away? Yeah, well the first thing he did was he made it apparent that he could help them win and help them score. And so that's one thing that mikron had said to me. We struggled to score my first year. We needed his offense. And it was evident right away from the first day of practice. But he's coming into a situation where he's the new guy. And they have some older players who are more established. So it's not like he's gonna go in there, barking orders and acting like he owns a place. So as I watched him play, there was a little bit of inconsistency there in terms of both his execution and his role as both he was trying to figure out his best role for UCLA and everyone else at UCLA was trying to figure that out. And then, on New Year's Eve, their best player, they're starting center Chris Smith, who has knee and was lost for the season. And he was a big time scorer for them in the front court. And so as they got into PAC 12 play, it became much more imperative for UCLA that John Zhang becomes more of an alpha male in terms of looking for his shot. That's when he really took off. Well, as you said, jus really started to find his groove as the season went on. But before he went on his high profile tear in the NCA tournament and I think a lot of people might not realize this, he actually got a really nasty injury at about the worst possible time. Can you explain exactly what happened? So a couple of days before UCLA's final regular season game against USC. Really turned his ankle very badly in practice. And obviously it was a big game against USC. He really,.
No. 4 Villanova routs Mount St. Mary's in opener, 91-51
"Don't know if it is the first top twenty five team to win the men's basketball game this season the fourth ranked Wildcats open their schedule by hammering mount St Mary's ninety one fifty one Justin Moore hit six three pointers and scored a career high twenty seven points for the big east favorites me and my teammates as trusting each other we were looking for me specifically which is trying to come up play together and set the tone defensively and that helped us get into office Brandon Slater and Jermaine Samuels each added seventeen preseason all American calling Gillespie scored thirteen points for Villanova in his first game since suffering a torn MCL in his left knee Gless be a more combined for twelve assists and zero turnovers in a tune up for Friday's clash with second ranked UCLA I'm Dave very
Dye, Brown lead No. 10 Oregon past UCLA, 34-31
"Number ten Oregon was a thirty four thirty one winner over UCLA is Travis dye became the first player in football bowl subdivision history to score touchdowns on four consecutive carries di finished with just thirty five yards on fourteen carries for the ducks who trailed fourteen nothing in the first quarter before scoring on five of their next six drives Anthony brown at three hundred eighty one yards of total offense for the six one docks brown was twenty nine of thirty nine passes for two hundred ninety six yards he also completed passes to eleven different players and ran for eighty five yards on six carries I'm the ferry
Bari Weiss Quit the New York Times, But Hasn't Drifted Into Obscurity
"Barry Weiss That is that goes without saying a lot of you say of course. But even just saying that the world has gone mad, is now a controversial statement according to CNN. Barry Weiss is a former New York Times reporter. She's smart. She's tough. She has a really good sub stack. If you don't know what substack is, it's a rather interesting decentralized platform is that one way to put it where you kind of get people you can kind of get what they're saying as they say it and support them. I got her emails. I don't agree with everything she says. She kind of strikes me as kind of an old school moderate liberal, but she's really courageous, and she speaks about issues that matter and she now has a new article that has come out this last week that is making the rounds. I want to read from it. Where she wrote about how the whole world has gone woke and has lost their minds and she says, why are moms like me being called domestic terrorists? She reposted this article from Maude meran. She says this, quote, she quotes, I am a mother of four a criminal defense attorney and a lifelong liberal who is deeply concerned about the direction of New York City public schools. I've been outspoken about my views, along with an untold number of frustrated parents. For that, the FBI is considering using the Patriot Act against me. Let me explain. Last month national schoolboard association and umbrella organization representing thousands, thousands of local elected school board officials, sent a letter to President Biden. The letter in poured The White House to enlist support of Homeland Security FBI Department of Justice to investigate the threat adding that the alleged crimes fall under the purview of the Patriot Act in regards to domestic terrorism. Barry Weiss has covered a variety of different issues from why people are suing UCLA for not wanting discriminating against their students and she's kind of getting a reputation as a former New York Times reporter as someone who's actually willing to tell the truth. Someone who is willing to speak clearly and courageously.
UCLA Threatens to Drop Student's Online Classes For Failure to Reveal Vaccination Status
"Lot of people are calling and texting saying the kid that was on the taped himself. Being told that he was being kicked out of school in school christian walker is his name. Apparently he's herschel walker son and has a big social media following. I think he's involved. Is involved charlie kirk organization or maybe young america. I don't think he's but he's been you know he's a big strong voice here he is. He was very smart when they play one. More time. taping somebody who is identified as a ucla campus health officer informing christian that he's being kicked out of school for refusing to get the vaccine even though he's taking all of his clashes online remotely from his home. And you're calling to tell me you will. You're calling to tell me we'll drop my classes after we've already paid seventy dollars for the year. If i don't upload something about my vaccine satisfied all my classes are online. That's what the calls about got it. Thank you you can hear the guy say correct so at christian said you're telling me even though we spent seventy thousand dollars i'm learning remotely. I'm not going to school. You're kicking me out of ucla. Because i won't get the vaccine. I i dare you to tell me that you think that's okay.
"ucla" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"My guest is professor. Dean demento was professor of behavioral science in europe. Biology at ucla. the primary goal of barclay. You still understand that your basis or temporal information processing game. Well thank you very much for having me.
Some Kaiser Permanente Employees Quit Over Vaccine Mandate
"Talked to several people. Also who are work work well who worked Past tense for the biggest hospital chain. That rhymes with the people that worked with kaiser. That have just laughed because kaiser is saying they're not going to To acquiesce they're not even going to offer. They're gonna tighten up even religious exemptions So it's it's appalling that all of these people have to leave their jobs after serving us so well but these police officer said that they will walk out if they have to get the vaccine and they're willing to do other things they're willing to mask up. They're willing to take tests but they do not want to have the vaccine common. They should be no need to give a reason. Because my buddy choice. But i'm just curious in talking to them. Is that common thread as to why they don't want to because it's experimental or is in health reasons religious. What are they saying. I you know. So based on the people that i've talked to so far. It's all the reasons that you and i have talked about on the radio for months. Now it's the fact that it just hasn't been around long enough number one number two they don't want the government going down the slippery slope and this is probably the biggest of telling us what we can do. You know. I had a friend who is a pretty close friend who has got an active case of lupus and she has not gotten the vaccine yet but she also was afraid to get the vaccine. Because she's in a flare of lupus. She thinks it's going to make her sicker. She tried to get an appointment. Ucla medical center. They would not see her to treat her lupus until she got a covert vaccine and she told them that she was afraid and that she didn't wanna do it until she was. You know well on the mend from the lupus and they would not see her just wrong. So what's the next step. Are we going to go after smoking. Are we going to go after people. I mean what what what is next. Are we not. I mean the of law enforcement and hospitals are serve people who need help not to worry about vaccine
"ucla" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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"ucla" Discussed on EconTalk
"Did it. The challenge is showing that it could actually work that way. And i don't think it's enough to say to to critique the way i understand upsets or at least the way you're saying it it's it's enough to say that that you know well government also bad incentives that it's not a bad thing to point out and it's often true and i think it would be naive to say but they'll be overcome by public-spiritedness And then you know at that point you want to kind of case study. Ideally or how in some situations perhaps some societies government on it others. The the private sector's done it and see. Maybe which case might be more attractive being able to judge it easily. You know there's a famous example of the economics of lighthouse. It's quite complicated but for long times. Economists use the lighthouse as an example of something that could not be provided privately. Because the incentives weren't there you know they would say well. What are you going to turn off the light for the people who don't pay and what about the ones who have paid they'll be on the ocean for them and that was an article by paul samuelson saying that the lighthouse is a public. Good that has to be right. Publicly coast came along and said well private lighthouses exist awkward for the theory that they can't exist they actually do exist. And the overcome the free rider problem and the problem of turning off the light not by creating associations and do's and ways of enforcing nanometre remember the well one of my favorite economic articles articles economics though. And i think later by the way so people will come along with trying to link to this critique coaches analysis at least the history of the lighthouse. That was actually provided. But i do think it's a great example of how the ivory tower if you're not careful you can essentially to use it inside joke. Assume a can opener and our side. free work. people tend to do that too. Oh the providence. I don't will solve that sometimes. It does sometimes. it doesn't often it does twi You know my view on this is that there's a presumption that mark incentives work. Well not always. They may not work in a particular situation but similarly i don't want to say we'll government never works well because they're all just a bunch of bureaucrats with no incentive sometimes inspired by their desire to be good public citizens. It's possible they can do a good job. I don't you never went to argue that. Say anything i'll just. I'll just leave it at that and let you respond. Yeah yeah and by the way on the lighthouse. One of the text books that i actually really light in houston a course when i taught postgraduate school with joe stiglitz as economics to the public sector on the cover his this big picture of a lighthouse and always just found that. So ironic Yeah so that was always coast had going for him. I just away. Ucla but coast. He was kind of an honorary. Ucla or a sense very much in the tradition at emphasis on transaction costs which part of these la tradition to a large extent. Yeah on his own damn sets elchin. All those people was. Let's look let's look at the reality. Let's look at what goes on. That gets back to dem as property rights with with indian tribes. And so on what go ahead i wanted to shift it and make sure we talk a little about her cipher for a. Yeah sure and i. And i'm going to try to get a sterile thomson before we're done cahokia one of the things that i enjoyed when steve globerman and i were writing. This piece was to look back at jack. Hirsh lifers work now. Jack first of all he was a fantastic person. I just really liked him. I really was delightful. Yeah yeah ju. I'm very not sweet. So sweet yeah yeah. I'm glad i'm glad you knew him. And so he wrote something for the rand. Corporation called disaster and recovery and it was when people were really worried. This is like late fifties early sixties. People were really worried about. We could have an all out nuclear war. What would things look like afterwards. And so of course. We don't have experienced other japan other than in japan which was localized. But he said okay. Let's look at other. Let's look at japan. Let's look at germany after all the bombing and so on and let's look at how quick recovery was and the bottom line to simplify a little is recovery was quick. It was amazing how cooperative forces came together and just started digging themselves. So i think He mentions i was. I'm not sure it's the dresden firebombing or the hamburg bombing a one of those were within a few days. Electricity was flowing again which was key in a modern society. And so jack. We have a chapter just on jack hirsh lifers work on that issue and you know again it was. It was really pathbreaking time. Yeah i think. I i can't help but think about it in our current world where we kind of shut down our economy. We didn't destroy it through bombing because of the pandemic we basically put it into deep freeze for awhile. Many many societies many countries economies have have done that s response to covert and. I think it's really important. And i don't remember i for talks about this report to remember. That.
"ucla" Discussed on EconTalk
"Today is august thirty first. Twenty twenty one and my guest is economist and author david henderson research fellow at stanford university's hoover institution and in america's professor economics with the naval postgraduate school david blogs at econ log. He's the editor of the concise encyclopedia of economics. Both are part of the library comics. Liberty which ho secon talk and this is david. Second appearance on e. kentucky was here last in amazingly longtime ago david july of two thousand seven when we were discussing disagreeable economists. Our topic for today is david's new book the essential. Ucla school of economics. Co-authored with stephen. Globerman i wanna thank plan to onyx providing. Today's guest with the blackwell fifty two twenty headset. David welcome back to econ talk. Nice russ so. This is a very short very well done introduction to the ucla school of economics. It's focused mainly but not exclusively on what i think of as the two best economists not to win a nobel prize arm allchin herald debts Two of my favorite economists. And i feel. They received insufficient attention here their work on e. contacts. I'm really glad we're here to talk about them as well as ucla. Generally i want to start with an insight. That you quote of of allergens. Are you say his work was guided by the incite quote. You tell me the rules. And i'll tell you what outcomes to expect and i think that's an incredibly deep simple way of capturing a key part of the economic thinking what does that. What does that mean to you that for us. And by the way armand started with that idea not in those words exactly but with that idea of my first class i ever had with him at ucla. And the graduate program in september. Nineteen seventy two. He said if you look at incentives if you look at the the way incentives are structured. You can understand a lot of behavior that otherwise is mysterious. So i remember my first day of class. He said now when you go to the ucla bookstore to buy the books. You're going to be in a long line and you're going to be really angry about that but you shouldn't be angry. You should be happy because it means that economics works. Economics explains behavior. The people working there are on on our just a standard wage. They don't have a strong incentive but more important there's no real ownership. This is essentially a cooperative. And so no one. No one's what he later. Introduces us to called the residual claimant. No one gets this big benefit if they do better and so. I wasn't happy when i heard that i thought. Wow this guy's real this guy from the get-go is trying to tell us how important economics is how important incentives are and then of course later. How property rights are explaining behavior. He was He was a provocateur. I assume in the classroom. I never had a class with him. My understanding from former students of his like yourself is that he loves saying things that would shock people and and give answers to puzzles of everyday life that that he thought were were True and surprising. Yes he would come to class pretty much every day and say why do we see this and of course. Oh and one of the things. He laid out the first day classes. If you don't put up your hand. I don't know you. And so take a chance and your whole capital value is at risk cure. And so i got that already kind of got that. But i really got it. And so we put up our hands answer. And he'd say no no no and not give any reasons we go back to our carols and say now. Why was he right. Why were we wrong. And every once in a while we'd figure out that one of us was right and we go back to class the next day and say professor allchin we think blah blah blah blah. So oh yeah i know. Why don't you admit it. Well i wanted to see how confident you were of your answer. That reminds him star for my graduate. School days. When gary becker asked a question and someone you asked this does this go. This variable go up or down and someone said and he said. Do you want to flip that coin one more time. So you know it's it gets a little scary in there. I actually wants answered up. And he said are you sure and i said down and he said i get it the first time because i was panic those were was he intimidating. Yeah he was intimidating. he was actually. I mean what. I figured out later. He's kind of a shy man. And by the way i think his shyness. I'm no going a little field here but it relates to the introduction. I think his shyness in some part of the reason he didn't win the nobel prize he was shy and humble and so he never really pushed himself wasn't he. Yeah he wasn't tough promoter at all and so but yeah but yeah. He was intimidated. So he wrote a textbook with william allen. The first edition was called exchange and production university. No i think the first one was called exchange with production by overseas economics. Nineteen sixty four and exchange in production came later. Yeah yeah that's interesting. Because i don't take that's what it says in the introduction to the current one but maybe i misunderstood but the current edition which is edited by jerry jordan Who i think was a student of allergens is called universal economics. And i'm just wanna put a plug in for it. You can get it for eight.
Who Should USC Hire as Its Next Coach?
"So i think. Usc should go get a nfl coach. I think name image likeness is going to be a little bit of an avalanche the next decade and these nfl coaches are not control freaks. They've dealt with players getting paid. They're very comfortable with it. They've got owners in the nfl. they're not in the. I have to control everything. Business i said doug peterson to me matt. Nagy if the if the bears fired him anthony lynn. All one playoff games in the nfl. All have a presence If you go. Look at usc miami and ucla three urban universities. If you look at the coaches that are had the most success. Pete carroll john robinson. Usc pro coaches chip kelly. Pro coaches getting it rolling dick for meal. Ucla pro coach. How 'bout miami. Last time they won. Butch davis dennis. Erickson jimmy johnson.
Boris Johnson Hopes to Meet Biden for Talks at White House
"British media reports that prime minister. Boris johnson will travel to washington later this month for a frank conversation with the us. President joe biden. The means income says attesting time for the special relationship between washington and london. With both johnson's allies and foes in westminster questioning whether they can rely on. Us support after the hasty withdrawal of american forces from afghanistan. Let's get the latest now with thomas gift director of the ucla sensor on us politics. Thank you very much for joining us this afternoon. Thomas so first of all. How necessary is this face to face. Meeting between these lead us. Well it's great to be with you. Marcus and thanks so much for joining me. I think it's particularly significant time for the two leaders to mate especially given what happened in the aftermath of afghanistan. I think the first point to note here is really the obvious that boris johnson is reaching out to joe biden about holding a meeting and not the other way around reflects the rather straightforward state of affairs that the uk needs the united states more than the united states needs the uk both countries of course would prefer to be on good terms with one another and a healthy working transatlantic. Collaboration is in the interest of both london and washington. However despite the special relationship the power imbalance is real. And i think what we saw with afghanistan and what the johnson administration really has to come to terms with is that joe biden is not unlike any other leader in that. He's going to prioritize interest of his home country. It's clear that he wanted out about kenniston that he thought exiting afghanistan was in the best interest of the united states and that very little would've changed his mind. And that was the case. Regardless of what the u k thought or any other western ally for that matter but against this backdrop. I think it is a timely opportunity for both leaders to get together over over a table and kind of talk through things. What happened and how they can do things better
Biden Highlights Climate Change as He Tours Hurricane Ida Damage in NY, NJ
"Start though. With residents in the northeast who are still recovering from the devastation of storm ida president biden toward neighborhood in new york and new jersey. Yesterday offering words of comfort and promises of support to those affected emphasizing the reality of a worsening climate nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez has more with the devastating aftermath of remnants sprawled across the northeast president biden toured hard hit communities comforting families and highlighting the urgency of climate change. Climate change poses a next essential threat to our lives to our economy. The threat is here is not going to get any better question. Can't get worse we can stop it from getting worse. The president approving major disaster declarations for counties in new jersey and new york pouring more federal aid into them but in queens were gut wrenching. Video showed officers trying to rescue a family from a flooded basement. Frustration is spilling over split survivors struggle with the new normal. It's a shame it really is has to be done. I could deal with it. Not if the thirty eight years. I'm getting too old in manville new jersey. Julian colorado is clearly still in shock days after the storm to go and on fire around. There's water everywhere. There's no article in the basement. Her mother shows us how the water flooded the garage after destroyed their basement scenes h. One gets worse and worse. This area also flooded during the remnants of floyd in nineteen ninety nine and irene in twenty eleven. How sick are you of this happening over. And over again i was fifty two first time. Sixty two second time. Seventy two thirds. The water reached pass philip. Ucla's baseman and into the first floor. It triggered gas leaks nearby. Homes and businesses exploded.
Cowboys All-Pro Zack Martin Out for Opener at Bucs
"Zack martin be best. Dallas cowboy. current player is out. That now makes nine cowboys in sixteen days. Have gone into cova protocol embarrassing. And it's interesting because the cowboys there's a lot of stories that were all kind of gravitating to zeke's in the best shape of his career hair comes back he's back. He gets a pre season with mccarthy they have a new defensive coordinator four five promising young defensive draft picks but i look at dallas this morning with all these cova protocol stories and i think man. It's just a lot of questions and tampa thursdays. Got nothing but
Rocking at the Rose Bowl: UCLA Upsets LSU
"Bruce you had a a i would say you know even better than front row seat for one of the more Eventful results from saturday. You were the sideline reporter for lsu ucla. You've been telling us for months that. Ucla was gonna be this much improved physical team. I was very skeptical. I think most people were skeptical though. That's exactly what they went and did to. Lsu what was it like. There are at the rose bowl. Stu my ears are still ringing from last night It was a really fun atmosphere. I know a lot of people. Don't last week notice. There's so many empty seats at the rose bowl when they played hawaii and they kind of just kind of smirk at at the vibe around the rose bowl and the place was Was basically packed and there was a bunch of lsu fans but it wasn't. I won't point. I thought it was gonna be fifty. Fifty was probably seventy five. Twenty five or so Ucla but it was really good energy in the building. I thought from our meetings. We went to practice on friday. Just a lotta confidence about what they they feel like. They have become at ucla and chip. Kelly told us we gotta remember the for context when he first got there they had sixty three players go through spring. They had one hundred fifteen this year and the the first year at fifty seven scholarship guys may be seven. Scholarship offense alignment now. They're well over eighty scholarship guys. It's just it built to this. And so i think like you. Lsu it was really interesting. Tommy moffitt is lsu strength coach. And he's been at lsu for a long time but before that he was at tennessee. He's been around some big big time programs and he said he was while they are a really good-looking football team watching them. More mob
Bold Prediction: Could Tom Aspinall Be a Top-3 Fighter by Next Year?
"Four corners sports. Ny just with a few suggestions. But i wanted to point out them saying aspinall by next year. We'll be top. Three mike if not competing for the title. So let's say by by next september. Tom astronaut will be a top three. Ucla possible possible. He have to fight like it would have gone loses to while whoever loses if they do the gone and got match up and then i think i could definitely see aspinall within his no he feels so far away from the stuff but it is heavyweight. You know he keeps finishing people and like we said some people suggested. Derek lewis right. He beats derek lewis. He's in the top five. And i guess after that who knows. I don't see that up happening But yeah it wouldn't shock me. I don't think that's a crazy prediction at
South Carolina Grad Assistant Coach Goes From Sideline to Starting QB
"This happened before but south carolina eastern illinois. South carolina's starting quarterback was assistant. Coach nolan grad assistant coach. He can do this by rule. He had a year left of eligibility last plate. Last spring for north dakota state he was trae. Lance is back up north dakota state team. What do you think sarah. Do you think this is okay. I love this. You gotta find someone where you can get someone. I also think that he's going to be under a lot of pressure to know the plays perfectly to get everything right. Got a coach in there. Hasn't been telling you how to do everything that you get in there and you can't do it yourself. We always say those who can't do teach well. Maybe in this case monica. I'm on this to it. Certainly beats having the guy that played quarterback in high school lessons. Really not his position at the collegiate level. I want to see what this precision looks like from his leadership position. Maybe south carolina found a loophole. You bring the guy in under the idea that he's going to be a grad assistant. You could work with them at a time. When you're not supposed to be practicing next thing you know. It could store where she went that way though. Someone felt that way. But i'm not surprised that you bill plachy. I love this like everybody else. Ucla has sixteen kids in graduate school in their team called. Football's become a place where people can come from all different areas all different forms all different types. This is tremendous
Last US Flight Departs Kabul, Leaving Afghanistan to Its Fate
"The united states has confirmed that all its forces arouse of afghanistan with the final evacuation flight leaving kabul around midnight. Local time on monday loud gunfire was heard at kabul airport as the taliban celebrated the withdrawal after twenty years. Well let's get the latest now with julie norman lecturer in politics and international relations that ucla. Who joins me down. The line julia. Good morning to you and thanks for joining us. Can you describe what happened overnight in afghanistan please. Well essentially what we saw. Georgina is what was known to be coming by the state the full withdrawal of the us military presence so actually prior to this morning the last us personnel on the last us aircraft departed from kabul and before leaving. The us also disabled the remaining military clinton in that was there the remaining helicopters etc. So that when the taliban did end up coming to their fuel come into the airport taking over They were pretty much left with just the run of what had been the us military presence prior and there were celebrations and some parts of afghantistan yesterday with this Seeming like a turning up the page so to speak with these taliban officially taking over obviously a lot of fear interpretation from others afghanistan at the same
Clemson vs Georgia Prediction, Game Preview
"To ucla and lsu. But you got clemson georgia in charlotte. clemson lane three and a half seven on the money. Line georgia. The dogs walk plus one forty on the money. Line sitting at fifty one and a half colby is. I don't know it part of me thinks you take you. Take georgia here. Because you're getting more than three points but part of me likes betting on a guy named big cinco lock going on here with my handicap. And what are you got. I kind of agree when we had phil steele on the show. He said like anything more than a field goal on the other team. Gimme georgia plus the three and a half. I still think. I mean this is a toss up game. There's a high chance whoever wins is going to be my three points that i can get three and a half. Give me Give me give me the bulldogs and three and a half points It is going to be interesting though because like j. J. daniels yes. He played great but In against kinda shitty opponent so. This is going to be as i true. Ambig- cinco got some looks. You know when When lawrence was dealing with the cova there or he was on the list and his. Name's big cinco. I n you daboh. Who just wins games. And and i think this almost to me. It could go both ways for georgia. This is their season like if they don't win this game one. Do they have another opportunity to look at their schedule under the sec championship. Yeah so this is like their season. Which i think is almost too much pressure for a guy like j. t. daniels and clemson's coming in here kinda with not a lot of pressure and because even if they lose this game they can run the table and be in a position in the college football playoff so i think the fact that the pressure is all on georgia as a small dog. I'm going clemson minus three and a half.
What Are You Really Saying? The Power of Nonverbal Communication
"First off. What the heck do even man. When we're talking about non verbal communication. I think like probably things come to people's mind but we'll just give y'all a definition this one is from indeed dot com and it says that non verbal communication is the transfer of information through the use of body language including eye contact facial expressions gestures and more i think that non verbal communication as a concept has definitely been in the pop psychology zeitgeist for a while and we probably have albert moravian to thank for that researcher of body language and professor emeritus of psychology at ucla. And he. I broke down the components of a face to face conversation back in nineteen sixty seven and in studying that he found that communication is about fifty five percent nonverbal. Thirty eight percent vocal and seven percent words only and moravian studies were meant to compare facial and vocal components in order to decipher a person's attitude. So it wasn't even initially what he was trying to study in. People will often misinterpret the findings by i mean. I think we've all heard the statement that oh ninety percent of all communication is nonverbal but his findings actually demonstrated that in face to face conversations. Nonverbal cues such as body language and tone of voice have a much more significant impact on how others interpret your words and whether or not a listener responds. Well what the speaker is saying. Yeah i've also heard that phrased as that. There's a lot of importance in how you say a thing. Not just what you're saying. And his studies are also important because they posit that in order for people to respond. Well to what you say these three elements of communication so the verbal the words. You're using the nonverbal your body language and facial expressions and then the vocal in terms of how you you know what you're intonation is in your tone of voice that all of those need to be congruent
"ucla" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"My guest today is prefaced billions same. Who is professor of economics mathematics at ucla. His suites in brusett in good spoke on impact the culture on economic outcomes of diverse societies inflammation asymmetry to macroeconomics experimental financial markets at a number of topics in machine learning. He's cutting legal editor of economic theory and associated deter of economics though compelled. Thank you for having me show. Yeah thanks for doing so. I want to start with one of your What can papers that said to be published entitled living social and personal preferences in which you say the attitudes of a decision maker toward this end risky choices both personal choices in social choices endo butch really random of individual decision-making The paper asked when it is possible to link. this attitudes. I find disfavored extremely interesting. Bill obviously desk implications for As you describe here for People who out in public office perhaps Celebrex sex in large companies. And so on. And so so. So what do you mean. By linking puss choices and social choices on so the idea of the paper and started out as a purely experimental baker turned into a theoretical paper. In his now paper you seen has a theoretical park and an experimental part experimental. Barnish trying to test the theory. I'm yet but the idea of the paper is that we decision-makers us just of united states. But we make choices in many different domains so we make a choice of How to divide money between ourselves and someone else we make and let's think of that a social choice make a choice of How did about how to choose what to do. In situations that involve risk only to us and then we all make decisions in especially if we're the president or a decision maker who making decisions for other people we make decisions in situations where there is risk for us and for others and the question. Is that third domain. Seems like it's a combination of a first tuna man's and if people have consistent preferences.
"ucla" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"UCLA thirty players we don't trust that UCLA is going to act in our best interest regarding health around with the school has perpetually failed us neglected and mismanaged our injury cases that's not necessarily a a glowing indication of of player confidence in our program in college sports is a whole animal unto itself we're not just talking about one league governing body these aren't professional players remember they don't they don't get paid they're amateurs these are students first they're not gonna have a a discussion and a vote this is going to boil down to city to city state to state school to school conference the conference governor to governor we're supposed to have college football school staff college sports we can keep looking down on the calendar and we can continue to hold out hope but the reality is every day that goes by we get close to the NFL have the luxury of coral quote waiting to see what other leagues have done well guess what Major League Baseball couldn't get their act together this still kind of waiting in the in the in the deep end of the pool and we don't know what they're gonna do the NBA is supposed to start in about a month's time place is supposed to start reporting to Orlando Florida in about three and a half weeks and also every day that goes by the NFL you guys don't have a a political test case you don't have a test study and if I was supposed to start training camp just around the same exact time that the NBA is scheduled to begin the conclusion of their regular season knows eight games but what do you do do you push back to you pause I must say I was actually surprised a lot of our callers in the last hour agreed with me and saying you know what take the Major League Baseball season and do nothing call it taken now put one big L. on the board twenty twenty has handed out and now hang it up it's no different than you go to the older ball parks let's go to Fenway pull out the L. in Fenway and hang it up now for you because that's what we've been handed and part of it is baseball for another part about it Hey I guess you can call the mother nature so baseball forget about it college sports I don't know what you got twenty three Clemson football players to come back and they're sick and what what do you think is going to happen you'd you're just gonna take college students and put them on a campus you're only gonna have a limited amount would you would just gonna drag the football players back well if the UCL up if the UCLA players say Hey we're not confident enough to have a football season if we don't trust the program you don't think this is going to happen in other parts of the country we have a lot of athletes right now who are emboldened to speak and say what's on their mind as they showed because for a long time we've had athletes who have been afraid to speak up because of the replications it doesn't matter if it's issues of of health it doesn't matter if it's issues of race Kawhi Leonard who you may have only heard string three words together this is someone who wasn't comfortable being and you could probably say the most stable organization in basketball in professional sports adventure to say the San Antonio Spurs are but he wasn't happy with the misdiagnosis of an injury and he laughed these athletes got a look out for themselves because of the leaks yes they are replaceable there's a reason that they're going on is because of a player coracle gets sick well you can isolate and we may bring another one but what happens when it's of the stars what happens when it continues to be a cluster of players what we gonna do just the the twenty three football players that Clemson would just gonna you know separate them for awhile and then maybe if we get football later this year they'll be okay and you think not another play is not going to get it several more aren't going to catch it this is a real tricky spot and if you think about just campus life we don't have answers whether or not we're going to have students on campus what we're going to have virtual learning we know that they're going to be plenty of schools and colleges and organizations that are going to try their best to justify or at least have college students all the football players on campus so we can have some type of semblance of a football season even if they have to delay it they are going to try they do not want to take a L. in the wallet.
"ucla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"At UCLA and you remember of that during the day a hello you rocky Muslim who is doesn't practice the faith she knew I was fasting yet she was still eating an ice cream in my face he kind of taught my practice of my religious belief that the university and it kind of I remember that moment because usually when you think about Muslims you think of this one monolithic block who's engaged in kind of the the farm equipped world without any kind of deviation yet that I I still remember this girl even her Baskin Robbins ice cream in the classroom at the same time there was a Jewish person in the class Niranjan was due from Iran and he was also had a nice game with a very hot day and he knew I was laughing and he walked out of the classroom and it just goes to show me that you know these you have this kind of image of Judaism and Islam locked in this kind of intractable conflict yeah this is kind of the moment the here than it ju from Iran more consider of my religious beliefs and a fellow Iraqi Muslim that kind of reminded me of the that it doesn't matter what religion you are you could be sensitive to other people's beliefs that way what one of the interests I have there are particularly living in Islamic Spain is is kind of interplay of this kind of harmony in Jewish Muslim relations as well as the what the Spanish term the convenience the the ability of Spaniards Jews Muslims and Christians alike to live together this is one of the areas I find and that's fascinating to research and I.
"ucla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"At UCLA and you remember that during the day a hello you rocky Muslim who is doesn't practice the faith she knew I was fasting yet she was still eating an ice cream in my face he kind of taught my practice my religious belief that the university and it's kind of them I remember that moment because usually when you think about Muslims you think of this one monolithic block who's engaged in kind of these Islamic rituals without any kind of deviation yet that I I still remember this girl eating a Baskin Robbins ice cream in the classroom at the same time there was a Jewish person in the class you're on the road you from here on and he was also had nice it was a very hot day and he knew I was fasting and he walked out of the classroom and it just goes to show me that you know these you have this kind of image of Judaism and Islam locked in this kind of intractable conflicts yeah this is kind of daily moments here than it ju from Iran more consider of my religious beliefs and a fellow Iraqi Muslim that kind of reminded me of the that it doesn't matter what religion you are you could be sensitive to other people's beliefs the only what one of the interests I have there are particularly living in Islamic Spain is this kind of interplay of this kind of harmony in Jewish Muslim relations as well as the what the Spanish term the econ BNC the ability of Spaniards Jews Muslims and Christians alike who live together this is one of the areas I find and that's fascinating to research and.
"ucla" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Is this this is not but UCLA sophomore thunder at Celtics atop the place I would like the state of the right wing played by Paul spent back it out for second elements about twenty foot jump W. W. L. as ninety eight point one the sports animal with the calls the thunder edged the Celtics in Boston one oh five one oh four and Ryan Chris Paul I don't know what hardware you can give him but he deserves something for the season that he's had twenty eight points six boards seven assists than the thunder victory who are the best road team against the spread in the NBA should mention somebody somebody somebody call somebody up because Chris Paul's help these gone vegan it's it's working out Danilo Gallinari is busy no one question the game we question the help and the thunder are Roland PT Boston Boston has been playing as well as any body down the stretch of the season huge win for the thunder and wizards your available throughout the day seven ninety the ticket with the call the heat the three twisters what budget I'd better not a bio with twenty seven points and fourteen boards Jordan yeah not a bio mill most improved player I mean that's a good call I mean the guy what has he not done he has done everything including guarding one for five he played makes you scores and what a story Duncan Robinson has been I want the best shooters in the league he he really has given them another weapon that probably even Pat Riley didn't know we had so I've been really impressed with the heat they're one of the best home teams in the league and he used the word Miskito earlier study I don't think anybody wants to play man nope researchers at the Mavericks drives off the screen pulls up right wing or full has fourteen points Indiana on a six point run has a one to one old nine leave one or seven point.
"ucla" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Can has the latest UCLA has barely changed course on plans to use facial recognition software on campus a spokesman says UCLA is working to modify a policy to explicitly prohibit the use of facial recognition technology the plan was to incorporate the software into the school surveillance system but some students complain some expressed concerns over privacy others said the policy would disproportionately affect students of color and people from over policed communities news brought to you by cutting dental group the riverside county sheriff says he's looking for a guy he believes is responsible for the murders of three men Chad bianco says Jose Jose Luis Torres Garcia killed Garcia's buddies and left their bodies at a graveside in Paris he does have ties to the city of San Jose and we talk on Mexico he says Garcia's thirty three years old five foot nine hundred eighty pounds and has a number of aliases Bianca says it's not clear if this murder is related to a Mexican drug cartel a state lawmaker wants to keep gas and electric companies in California from taking a state tax deduction on penalties imposed for safety violations senator Jerry hill says his bill would immediately apply to Pacific gas and electric but obscene repeat you need to think that they can have a billion dollar plus tax break on a financial obligation that the company agreed to shoulder as a penalty a similar bill five years ago related to the gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno failed China has confirmed one hundred eighteen more deaths from the covert nineteen corona virus more than twenty two hundred people have died of the virus in mainland China mostly in the whole bay province where the city of Wuhan as big total number of confirmed cases in China is more than seventy five thousand another thirteen hundred cases have been reported in other countries many of them in South Korea and on a cruise ship docked in Japan an atheist in Kentucky gets to claim his custom license plate the man sued in twenty sixteen when the state denied his vanity plate calling it vulgar and obscene a federal court ruled the man could have the plate that reads I'm god as a matter of free speech the state also has to pay a hundred fifty thousand dollars in attorney's fees and court costs from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy we've got a crash in downtown LA if that sort of a tender if we get to the one ten with the left lane is blocked things are pretty heavy coming away from about la Brea what's that study to see some delays off and on for the five to the one ten and again from Arlington over to Robertson as a heading into mission Viejo north instead of the five approaching the seventy three hearing about a crash in the right lane to have just started back up there and actually stays pretty slow so parkway and it really bad record heading through lake Elsinore northbound side of the fifteen freeway it looks like right before you get to river canyon rather only the left lane is open and traffic is jammed solid from just before Bundy canyon K..
"ucla" Discussed on KGO 810
"We mentioned last time UCLA had a losing record at this stage of the season seventeen games and was that nine ten season for Ben Howland that was the year the pac twelve championship point to the California golden bears Mike Montgomery in the Patrick Christopher on that TV was supposed to be here tonight and he might be we just haven't seen yet but in that season the one at that the championship and UCLA struggle the best place easy on that one off just to write up the large is a first pass is the easiest one just like one to many steps to to many on that one are you guys head down a little bit the confidence level is a little bit hello what he normally has right now so that's a big line up for the bears not twenty twenty Andrea Kelly Lars Bradley at Austin the five playing defense Campbell gonna try to drive by it possible double plucked from the left side no body and for the rebound take me three body could do that tears springing up left side the Sheik it's the center of the pain all the way the rack black you're going not gonna count all set up by we try to run isolation play for tiger Campbell on Paris Austin and and Paris did a good job of staying down to go for the fake in the corner with a big rebound fast break and she is thirty nine Campbell Hardcastle shake up top guarded by telly I guess the right elbow pass back out Campbell after one Bernard Campbell's shot clock ten Riley lost the handle ends up right in the hands of team that's what you call an office of birth birth is purple ball of I wouldn't want to be in film on that one and they say what are you doing I have no idea even if the teams are coached south Radley that elevates right side deep all of the for the ram no answer to be nineteen men large coming down hard trying to jar the ball loose UCLA had when he gets called without that's the six team file on the bears with eight fifty two and a half and so are they gonna have to come out grants already got to the big picking up some files early in this one thirty nine six wells the bears none for UCLA Kim Smith down pockets goes left side and swatted in the front row by toward nice job by the bears making up because my kids got great low post position Matt did not beat him to the spot maybe about four feet from the bucket and fortunately his teammates helped him out I mean I can't tell to freshman hit so they like he's a really good player he's really gentle watching these days really can do a lot of different things rooms on offense hill over time and now they go back up top Smith bill enough Smith set up with the right over the top of everybody the end is less than a thirty three percent why cuter but that struck with pretty good sixty nine UCLA fifteen to go first half mentioned at the top that you I see a lot of guys who were shooting it in great but they did against cal Bradley Kelly at the top now to go over South Kareem gonna put on four twenty six three Campbell who seven trying to cut him off we'll follow here will come out on the floor sixty nine at the UCLA leading cal seven fifty eight go for staff Cisco basketball driven by your northern California trailer dealers Learfield IMG college could use his request make up a large portion of micro plastics in the ocean which end up in seventy percent of sea birds and thirty percent of sea turtles thank of the west is hoping to solve this problem by not financing big tobacco proving.
"ucla" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A professor of medicine at UCLA doctor you are a Democrat well that's not a four letter word okay it's okay you're put me on the spot here so I would say I'm a moderate I'm a middle of the road yes I I have voted Democrat most of my life tell me about the AMA doctor the AMA supported obamacare most doctors do not belong to the AMA what is your opinion of the AMA well I I I I think the aim is awful and I disavowed myself from the A. makers have different nothing for us and my colleagues feel the same way the AMA has really not represented the sentiment of the physician and I'm not sure why because if you ask most of my colleagues most of them feel at that sort of lower impotent the AMA does nothing for them I don't know how the AMA survives I don't know what they do but honestly we've tried to approach the AMA with different type of suggestions about the health care reform and it was the site it was it was a deaf ear so I don't care about the AMA at all and I did not remember anymore I used to be but I I quit what did you think was going to happen to the quality of health care when Obama signed obamacare well I thought the quality of the health care look at you can't push something down somebody's throat and say just do it where you're a great host on your radio station but now you're gonna take fifty percent less and by the way do the same type of care and and make it better and and don't and don't don't cut corners on that most of the doctors that I know short of our show insulted and humiliated by what's going on in a lot of them are very I mean most of our very good doctors we feel somewhat powerless we feel we don't have a voice I think that the doctor should have been asked the question what do they think about this before they roll it out because I promise you anybody who's listening here go ask your doctor and see what they think about health care now an electronic medical records and I would tell you ninety nine point nine percent are going to tell you that it is not a good thing for the patients we're gonna be taking a lot of phone calls on the next segment doctor but before that we have about another minute in this segment what should be done with healthcare how do we improve the quality for the flexibility the affordability of health care right so I do believe that everybody should have healthcare I mean it's unfortunate that the people that have money get better health care I I think electronic medical records are a good thing as well but I thought it was rolled out too soon it's got to be more intuitive and iPhone everybody knows how to work you have to go ahead and have a relationship with your patient you have to look at them when you talk to them voice activated software it should be implemented so the patient can take the record the record should not be as cumbersome and other countries they have electronic medical records I did a sabbatical in another country it was a lot more if this is more facilitated in less burdensome cover some everybody should have health care so less government not more less government but not more because if if you get the government involved in its eight nine.
"ucla" Discussed on WTVN
"Five seventy six yeah UCLA and UCLA Rose Bowl yeah so I'm stop in and I'm going on a question number three thank you question number three thanks to one of our friends here at the table have you ever seen a player on the fence strip off try to strip off the guys who like they did last week in Michigan and the second way if that ever happened at a high state would that player still be allowed even play be in there for the next next set it down no I would not only place to be twisted ankles you don't to take shoes off what they try to do to stand out yeah and it is that day was ejected from the game yes because they were twisting your angle I was just defending myself because back then they would try to take the shoe but they kept your foot in it that was a good phone and remember we had been sent into the big ten after the shipment injected so use down the bottom of the pile just trying to break Michael when you kick you know how to delegate you have to be the anti somebody shoes and politely take it off I mean I don't know we want to see the real or what he he I was the kid gets the play with it that was a the way I guess if you try to slow somebody down you don't want to hurt the best thing is the thing okay I I was offended when I saw it or you know and and I really didn't I really didn't think it happened I know we we had a couple of times no I know because I've never seen that happen in a college football at any level Prower little league football or whatever I mean just never coached that way I mean how do you come up with that on your own we have to understand that the mission.
"ucla" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"I think that's a good bet right now, they seem to be playing and having more fun from the last time we saw them in Chicago. That's for sure. Well, UCLA if nothing else is the most talented team in the pack twelve they have the most individual talent for sure now. I I think there is something to that. And they also like they some part of them has to be smart enough to say, okay. So everyone saying the Pac twelve is a one bid league. But what if we? They're not going to run the table. But what if they I forget how many how many games they play eighteen in the Pac twelve schedule. Let's say they go fourteen and four in the Pac twelve and when when the regular season in the kind of went by two or three games. It are are the the NCAA is the committee is a selection committee are people who make the decisions on this stuff is any part of them going to be like, well, maybe we throw out the first half of the season with Steve Alford 'cause this team we hate we see now is a completely different team. And this this new team this new teams, not too bad. Yeah. They were with their sophomores. Yeah. They've grown up. Yeah. So maybe we should let them in. Maybe there is a little bit of wrinkle of that. But yeah, no. I think you're absolutely right. I think UCLA from what I've seen. I've I've watched like. I I've I I'll be honest. I've been watching him play fully yet. I flip over kind of catch segments here there, some I'm not gonna pretend like, you know, I'm out here. So the only thing on. Yeah. You know, it's like either that or why can pretend like this brick air briquettes twenty four seven. So it's one of the other. It's not a it's not a scientific study by any means. But like from what I've seen. It does seem like they don't hate each other as much as they did. I sell the one thing just the the highlight or or the video of Jalen Moses Brown fucks up and puts his head down, the Jalen hands walks over and kind of puts his chin up for him. Then there's that sort of stuff going on. I don't know. I I don't know if I want that though Tate. I want the Pac twelve to be horrible. Like, I said, it's more fun. It's funnier. If the pectoral of the wheels is keep falling off. I don't know. If I like this story of UCLA is the worst case scenario for UCLA fans at like this guy that Bartolo does or like UCLA runs. The table makes the tournament. Barten- somehow gets the job out of all now. I mean like they tried it. They reached there. Each out to all their candidates, and they all say, no because they're like, I don't really wanna touch that. In the job. I have better anyway, or whatever. And then like, all right. Well, let's let's just give this guy another year or something that'd be funny. Well, that was I mean that was the worst case scenario was them leaving Steve offered they're on the bench than him winning the Pac twelve tournament in the Pac twelve regular season. And then go into the turnament and then making it to the Sweet Sixteen somehow with probably a goal to end..
"ucla" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"We're going to talk a little bit about an pay our respects to Tyler Trent that a young man that has impacted so many and done it in a way in such a graceful way as he was fighting for his life yet impacting others in the future. We'll talk about UCLA basketball and their decision to move on from the Steve Alford era. We'll talk about some teams we probably haven't talked enough about maybe like the Saint John's or the Virginia text of the world. What's going on with the Pac twelve so a lot to cover today? These squared today is a very difficult day for you. Tyler Trent was a person that you really developed a very strong relationship with friendship with shared a lot of memorable moments. So. So I'm going to turn this thing over to you. And just what did Tyler Trent really mean to you. Seth it's it's odd because I've never seen. Anybody like him, you know, in a world where we listen to certain people, and they have influenced this dude found a way without even really trying to impact. I listen, I told his mother Texas mother last night and entire country. Maybe a world. I don't know. But he never complained and Seth I'm telling you my man was a dude. My man is a man's man. My man so much pain so much discomfort so much disappointment. I mean think about here's a young kid dying to be a sports writer die. And all of a sudden, he gets this beats it. And it comes back loses his arm, and then next thing, you know, you know, he's he's he's in a wheelchair. And he's bedridden never complained. You know, one thing that I absolutely loved about him. I went to house to do my radio show. And as you know, and and you know, what I do. I mean every once in a while you'll slip in a damn. A hell or whatever word, right? And we I was talking to we were all laughing. I must have said damn, and he goes coach in my house. We don't swear. And I love that. Right. I go. You darn right? And he was just he was a dude, man. He was a man's man. Dude. A a guys, you know, you set off air you never saw him without a smile on his face. He privately Seth went through hell. And so part of me is lie. And I don't even know the how I don't even know a third I don't even know a tenth of what he went through. But part of me is like if anybody was prepared for whatever's next, and you know, after death that kid that man is prepared and in certain ways, you know, we're we're I'm sad. But in certain ways, I'm I'm happy for him. Because he was is the most comfortable person I've ever met with what's next. And man what you think about it. Amazing. And I'll stop you. But amazing the impact that he ended up having just because he maintained a positive approach a smile on his face. An energy that people could feel even though he couldn't move. Amazing what you can do in life with a certain attitude and rest in peace, my friend. Yeah. You know to me. I didn't know Tyler Trent. I followed it closely, obviously, actually started when you you know, you start to have him involved in the show and everything and it was moving to me because I watched my dad died of cancer. And I watched my dad weather way. Now, my dad had had a good life. But I understood the pain I understood the discomfort..