13 Burst results for "Ucla Aaron"

"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

08:26 min | 3 months ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Broadly we talked about jones route from researching occupy wall street to studying right. Disinformation the importance of understanding networks of communication and coordination in studying social media and the response is a big social platforms to the violence in the capital. It's the law fair. Podcast january twenty eighth. Joan donovan on disinformation and social movements. So joan thank you so much for joining us today and before we get into your current work. I actually wanted to talk to you a little bit about yourself and how you got here. European was about technologies social change and the specifically focused on the occupy. Movement's can you tell us a little bit. How you first got interested in that. And then you know how your work has evolved in the last couple of years. Yes so God is like nearly a decade ago. I was interested in the internet of always been interested in technology. Have been a tinkerer. Since i was a young younger person he used to take apart. Vcr's and i learned how to fix vhs tapes as a as a kind of side job when i was in high school and so yes of always kind of been interested in technology and what it can do what capacities it brings to different people and When i was searching for dissertation topic it was right at the beginning of the occupy movement and I just thought what a weird thing you people are living outside. Doesn't make any sense to me. And so i just thought a kind of a fun way to get to try out ethnography into try out this other method and so i went. I went to best buy. I bought a little camera on a little microphone and just started recording interviews. Like in at occupy la. And you know friends at the time with lana schwartz and and driscoll who are just kind of like there's something here this is weird and they really encouraged me to to pursue it as a as a research topic but like looking in searching it and think things are not research so i actually had to develop a methodology. Pick a piece of the movement that i wanted to focus on and at that time there was a really big problem facing networks social movements in and of themselves which is online. They look like. Everybody knows everybody. And they're all using the same means and facebook and twitter and everything looks like it's somehow unified but that's really a consequence of the design of the technology where you can copy the images easily and you can share the links easily and so what i tried to look at in my dissertation was how does a movement get organized real in really the way in which network social movements got organized was by building infrastructure building communication infrastructure. And so i've always been attuned to thinking about communication as the structure of society itself. And i've just kind of brought that lens to everything i've researched including beyond the occupy movement looking at white supremacist use of dna ancestry tests to make boundaries within their groups online and and Later to look at this phenomenon of media manipulation and disinformation as a kind of information problem that involves infrastructure and networked movements. So i saw that about the dna ancestry in the white supremacy groups. That i was a little bit darkly fascinated. How exactly what the use that technology did you have to show your ancestry or the proof of your ancestry to be in some of these groups they. How did that particularly work out. Exactly yes if you look at the the way the net. The white supremacist version of the net exists is that they have a few different websites where they talk rather openly about essentially like what they imagine the future can be like and one one of the ways in which they imagine. The future is is a lot of nostalgia for past and so talking about you know. Genetics was just an extension of thinking about genealogies or more pen and paper. Kind of history's a families in so my collaborators appears on the project were chris kelsey at ucla. Aaron panofsky at ucla and so we looked at the message. Boards storm front which has been around since the nineties which is avowedly white supremacists and on it going back to two thousand and four people were talking about. Hey there's this new thing it's called genetic testing they can tell you you know. Essentially what type is which can give you Some background About the region. Your family may have come from in so as genetic ancestry tests scott cheaper and became much more commercialized than laundry elsom about them as as recreational genetics and ruhama benjamin as well has written about this phenomenon it pertains to different ethnicities and races trying to use genetics to make sense of themselves. We thought okay. We'll how than white people who are invested in being white. Think about genetics. In this moment and we had you know this study was conducted in twenty fifteen so we had ten years of data from this message board. That essentially said you know as the as the test got more people started taking them but the results were often very confounding. Which is that they would find that the tests really sell diversity. This is the marketing pitches somewhere. And and if you take one of these tests maybe it's africa but that's not the kind of result they were seeking and so We look at the responses to people's test results in how they try to make sense of them in this context where people are really trying to hold onto whiteness and not burnish it as an identity and so we we look at the strategies and the in the kind of mental gymnastics that they have to play in order to retain their whiteness with the reaction to that that paper we finished. You know sort of like midnight before the due date of the american sociological association's conference. And we put it up on line as a print as you do and that same weekend was unite the right rally and so we were sort of the only academic situated at that time. Besides you know people that have been doing this a lot longer than us like jessie daniels to be able to talk about. Well what was the alright. And how were they trying to make sense of themselves. And what is contemporary white supremacy. And how is it organized. And so those. That work just happened to be ready at a moment when society was sort of ready to hear that kind of knowledge sue. You mentioned mental gymnastics. Which i think is a good lead into to the next question. I wanted to ask which is. When did you feel like you're works. Started focusing on misinformation and disinformation. Was that part of it all along or did it come to play a bigger role as time went on. No i was know back. When i was looking at occupy in 'em and other social movements i was always attuned to the counter narratives about movements. Right there's one story that a movement tells itself about itself and then there's the story the media tells about a movement in the and then of course there's the story that academics tell from the perspective of their theory and so one of the things. That was always very puzzling to me. About for instance the occupy movement is people were like. Oh the movement failed. They didn't get rid of taxes are they. You know they were successful. Because barack obama was reelected and just like none..

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"ucla aaron" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Me for instance the Buccaneers will go on the road to New York for new year's eve hello to our goal the box are a warm weather team right well no there from all over the place visit all from Tampa I mean they practice in warm weather but everybody practices in warm weather if you practice in a cold weather city they usually have an indoor facility enough that's where you practice let me think member when Cade Cade McNown was the quarterback of the bears all cold cold weather player UCLA Aaron Rodgers is great in the snow yeah he he played right down the street from where any was calling so I never understand if that's if it's a characteristic that develops later because you you simply get used to it and that's my gas and that's why I would worry if the forty Niners it's not the Jimmy G. can't handle cold I get it he's from Illinois I totally understand that but he's never played in slow in the NFL Erin has repeatedly kind of every year in January there is there and in this novel playing football so I don't think it has anything to do with your a wimp you're not you never done if you hate the cold I've talked to a lot of guys who grew up in the cold and played in the cold they hate it too they hate it my last radio partner was born in New York and drafted by the patriots is like you're still human it's awful people are hitting your bare arms with helmets and it's twenty degrees it's all you know you used to.

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"ucla aaron" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on Get Up!

"Lou dog the bullet base Lakers are the Kardashians of the NBA. Trees in Mojo. The happens are overrated even boogie knocking off Russ still a good boogie to have probably just throw it right now. I think the MVP is going to be earned down. I'm gonna take injury luck. Is there a way that non quarterback in your mind when you guys can fight about this? All you want and candidly, I find it to life. Oh, that's rue the Commissioner of the NBA is here. I do watch ESPN. Thank you for doing that be overseas when off basketball, John called he wants his that Laura roughage know who's the best player in the world, twenty seven eight hundred sixteen season. You're talking about liberal, Jim. Oh man. Jay's working for LeBron coli Linter Steph curry K, D, whereas James, Gina part of this. I may walk with them. A fun week here. And we're so glad you've chosen to stock your week with us. Meanwhile, women's college World Series rolls out in Oklahoma City, to winters brackets robbery games at seven, and nine thirty eastern RJ's fired. Taking on UCLA. Zona and Oklahoma state. You're gonna always watch them on the ESPN app from absolutely anywhere. Yeah. All right. Here was my favorite moment of the game last night cameras captured interesting interaction between Drake and Steph curry where Drake appears to take something like the like he's taking a lot of steps hair. I don't know what he's doing there, but whatever it is doing. He then explained it by posting on Instagram on his account there at champion poppy. Steph airlines for sale on my EBay right now, user, name, Draymond shouldn't wear twenty three so we stop going on speaking of drain on he was asked what happened between himself and Drake at the end of the game. Just wanted you to talk a little bit about that postgame scuffle between you and Drake questionable basketball. Really a scuffle because I didn't hear him. And he didn't hit me. I didn't push him or he didn't push me. We talked we backed a little bit, but I wouldn't necessarily consider that a scuffle. Why did you laugh so loudly? Zach when you heard him say, do you have a question about Paschal because I just feel these players have to sit up there and answer question after question I can sympathize with him being really. We'll get. And then I did enjoy his transition into a very sophisticated discussion of what is and is not a scuffle. I thought he really doesn't have anything he he went on a direct beeline towards towards Drake though. Let's the question for moment, here the NBA finals with the goal. The Drake is one of the most famous people he's probably the most famous person in the room including Steph curry, and the entire building. Yes. And you're gonna have whatever it maybe not a scuffle but you can have some kind of little direct a moment with him there. It can't expect no one's going to ask you about it right now. I agree with you. I'm only really thinking about this UCLA Aaron softball. Well, that's the only thing I'm not worried about the Drake Draymond scuffle. I don't we were talking at the beginning of the week. Will there be Drake draw on for tation? We got that game came on. I was gonna say, I'm kind of sick of the media coverage of drink, but all the other way, this is Toronto. This is time Drake live is life. I. Edible, this is his moment. This is the city's moment, let him let him go crazy. I'm in complete agreement is the drama all RJ said, no good luck coats can grant go beat those Bruins I drink, and drink, what we know what our J Spain. We will see game on Sunday. Thank you guys off or coming here this morning, we will reconvene Monday morning, Satan time same place. Looking back a game too. But right now live from Toronto, I take is next. They always will. He was too short to play basketball, but will never listen. We'll let his work ethic, do the talking for have always Jim, always running drills will new where there was a will, there was a way and he was will. But then after a second child was born he realized the pros were all way better than him. So we'll give up and buried his high tops in a tearful ceremony. But one day he heard that gyco could save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch, which was awesome.

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"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"James harden, did it again scored fifty seven in a loss to the grizzlies seventh fifty point game of the season. That's the third most fifty point games in a single season since nineteen seventy six that's when you had the NBA merger. Kobe did a ten times in season Jordan, eight times hardened seven Koby another season with six and Michael another season with five games. Also, not sure if you follow this. But the Greek freak out of another brother who got some playing time Costas, he's got. So it's cost us. And then the Nasice the Nasr's played two games. I believe for the Knicks. He's in the euro league right now sets of brothers three or more brothers to play in the NBA. You got Greek freak and his two other brothers. The berry brothers, John. Brent? And drew holiday drew, just an Erin. The Joneses you had Caldwell Charles major. And will I believe the only family that's ever had four brothers play in the NBA? The Plumlee brothers, Mason miles and Marshall not to be confused with the Zeller brothers, Cody Tyler and lieu if I put them in a lineup, and I said pick out the Zeller's and pick out the plumbing, which would be able to do it. Then the Russell family Walker. Russell Frank Russell and campy Russell. So the Greek freak and two brothers. They have now joined that list of least three brothers playing in the NBA some point in their careers. All right. We decided on our poll question. Mclovin. Yes. Well would constitute a successful Zion. I gave the choices that final four national title or has it already been successful. Okay. I was looking at these players if these teams if they didn't have these kids who went pro early so Kentucky, if if they all stay Kevin notched would be there. Shea Gill GIS Alexander Darren FOX Maliki monk Jamal Murray. Bam at a bio Duke would still have Marvin Bagley junior. Third window Carter Jason Tatum. Harry Giles, Luke Canard Brandon Ingram. UCLA Aaron holiday. Lonzo. Ball. TJ leave Villanova Mikhail bridges, dengue fever..

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"ucla aaron" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Season? Jordan, eight times hardened seven Kobe another season with six and Michael another season with five games. Also, not sure if you follow this, but the Greek freak at a nother brother who got some playing time Costas, he's got. So it's cost us. And then the Nasice the Nasr's played two games. I believe for the Knicks. He's in the euro league right now sets of brothers three or more brothers to play in the NBA. You got Greek freak and his two other brothers. The berry brothers John Brennan. And drew holiday, drew, Justin. And Aaron the Joneses you had Caldwell charge. Charles major. And will I believe the only family that's ever had four brothers play in the NBA? The Plumlee brothers Mason miles in Marshall. Not to be confused with the Zeller brothers. Cody Tyler in lieu, if I put them in a lineup, and I said pick out the Zeller's and pick out the Plum lease would you be able to do it. Then the Russell family Walker. Russell Frank Russell and campy Russell. So the Greek freak and two brothers. They have now joined that list of at least three brothers playing in the NBA some point in their careers. All right. We decided on our poll question. Mclovin. Yes. What would constitute a successful resigned. I gave the choices the final four national title or has it already been successful. Okay. I was looking at these players if these teams if they didn't have these kids who went pro early so Kentucky, if if they all stay Kevin notch would be their shea. Gildas Alexander Jaren FOX Maliki monk Jamal Murray. Bam at a bio Duke would still have Marvin Bagley junior. The third window Carter Jason Tatum. Harry giles. Luke Kuhn hard, Brandon Ingram. UCLA Aaron holiday Lonzo ball TJ leave Villanova Maceio bridges done. They'd even jen's. Oh, man me a lot of star power. Ben Simmons would still be there. Maybe they'd go to the NCAA tournament. De'andre Eytan and Lauri Markkanen. Michigan state. Jaren Jackson junior the third miles bridges, Texas Mubanga Oklahoma with trae young now be a lot a lot of challenge till there. Here's another thing that I keep saying boy are the Lakers. Regretting trading. Russell to the Dangelo Russell to the nets. I went wait. Wait, you have to react when you did it. You can't go. Now looking back. Why were they jogging Lonzo ball? Well, if you were going to open the door to get LeBron there. I don't think you could have had the ngelo Russell. Plus you had to trade. Deanne jlo. Russell. I some stuff off the off the court. You know, he sold out swaggie p when he recorded a video in swaggie p didn't realize what was happening also sort of the social aspect of Daniel Russell's life in L A he needed to get out of Los Angeles. He was damaged goods there. And you got Kyle Kuzma in that deal. So I don't think you can look at this and go boy if they had the ngelo Russell de ngelo Russell. Lebron and that's not a good marriage there. But you can't go after the fact that couple years and look at what diangelo Russel did. And it follows up on him scoring twenty seven in the fourth quarter against the kings. As they come back from twenty-five down. Jansher Russell's a nice player. I I don't know if he's a great player. That's the one thing. The nets don't have. They don't have that great player. But they have a good team. But the ngelo Russell and all of a sudden Laker fans going boy. I wish we had him instead of Lonzo ball. Well, okay. Yeah. He can actually shoot. But they drafted Lonzo ball and thought we got a point guard here. He would play nice with LeBron. But you can't you can't do this after the fact and go boy, it'd be nice if we had de ngelo Russell. Because I don't know if you'd be you wouldn't have Kouzmin. And I can ask you do you want kouzmine or Giancarlo Russell? Let's just let's start there. And if you're LeBron he wants Kyle Kuzma more than he does de ngelo Russell. And if LeBron's calling all the shots here then. Dangelo Russell was expendable as a basketball player, and they probably it's best for him that he got out of Los Angeles. Yeah. Paulie? And you're really, right. That people who are looking at this trade. I'm looking at online, they're not really factoring. What a big story. It was when he sold out a teammate. Yeah. It's in the past now. But it was a lead story on all the shows when it happened and they had to get out of there. Now. I don't think he was traded for basketball reasons. No. But you were forced to trade him. So he had less value because of what was happening on the floor. And I think he was put up fourteen points or something when he was with the Lakers and a few assist, but you know, with Roklin if you watch the nets he's able to pull the trigger when he wants to he he's better suited for that team. Then he would have been the Lakers because LeBron's not gonna wanna play with the guy who's pound on the ball the time. But this revisionist history with diangelo Russel that all of a sudden boy things would be different there. I don't know if pre agents are going to go boy, I can't wait to go to L A to play with Dangelo. Russell. Because he wants the ball. He's gonna shoot the ball. And Brooklyn is a perfect place for him. Not not the Lakers. Yes. Mclovin. Even now he's shooting forty three percent from the field. And last year he was way lorries forty-one. So he's not a great shooter. No, he's a volume guy. What worries numbers with the Lakers the average like fourteen point to fifteen point six, but again shop forty one percent field and then forty percent for the field, which is pretty bad. He loves to shoot. But if I'm a Laker fan Ganj, low Russell would not be answering all your problems here. Not at all. You know, the problem is Lonzo ball hurt. And we just don't know if he's good enough to be a starter in the NBA and probably not because if you can't shoot, and you can't shoot free throws. I can't have you on the floor. Now. It's one thing where you have to take shack out or there's hacker shack, you know, hack Alonzo. Hackel ball. Yes. Mclovin. Thinks think so many people are pulling for the Brooklyn nets. Now. I have no idea where this came from there. Like a Cinderella. The this is what happens we in? The media are lazy. We follow low hanging fruit because you can talk about that right about that. It takes a little bit of time and effort to watch a nets game. You have to want to find the net. Okay. It's a commitment. And I was willing to make the commitment. I like watching Sacramento as well so Sacramento against Brooklyn the other night, I'm in heaven. I think there are there and the clippers those three teams I really they're on the cusp of something. It's easy to watch the warriors. Yes, it's easy to find the warriors. I mean, try try to find the clippers sometimes try to find the net. Sometimes. I mean, I go through direct TV. I got you know, the NBA season pass. But I have to look hard sometimes because it's not on TNT not on the mothership. And I think once you get closer to the playoffs. That's when people look at the standings. Okay. Who is the number one seed gonna face? Oh, gosh, you know, the Netzer the niche are in the playoffs right now or Golden State who's going to the clippers are in the playoffs right now. That's what happened. Now, some of these analysts just woke up and said, you know, I should check what these matchups are going to be in the playoffs. That's the only way. I can explain it. But watching these teams it it's a commitment. It truly is already. Somebody's gotta do it. I do I feel guilty. So unlike their their dad, you know, if I don't watch nobody's going to be watching. All righty. One the books. Two more to go got her brackets in. Now, it's time to move on. I'm already forgot who I picked to win..

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"ucla aaron" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Your services up this time of year that such a lie. Cook the Turkey every year. I'm not this year, though. Because I do it every year, but I'm not this year because my sister in law, and my brother and their baby are in town. Did we make reservations in Malibu for thanksgiving? We sure did did I have to cancel them. Absolutely. Because it's on because it was on fire. Exactly. Did you make it for for Jeffrey who cares anyway place called Jeffrey in Malibu? Yeah. It's been there for years. Have you heard of it? No. Oh, well, it's been there for years. It's an institution much like UCLA, Aaron what are you googling? I feel like I'm trying to fill time because you no I wanted to bring up this thing about I wanted to bring up this thing about the aluminum. But I wanted to say it, right because I found out I just feel like it would be when I heard this fact, I said, do, you know, the only person? Who's going to be interested in this? Brian George Reshad Safi, that's me it has to do with art the aluminum, enhance your three favorite things. Speaking of arts as a spirit again yesterday with myself, not Sam pancake. No, I'm supposed to go with either Sam pancake or Sam Kiefer and neither one although I didn't connect you didn't have plans we didn't have plants. None of this all the SAMs fell through because they never were not going to. I bailed on every plan that I never made. However, was it a passing thing in the ear wolf kitchen of like, hey, we should go see that. And then in your mind that was a date, but Sam your mind, it wasn't the last the last thing. I said was oh you saw that. I wanted to see that. And then now it's now. Yeah. I will say this is what I really want to say first of all tell anybody for it's a remake of a what's his name film from the seventies. Which is maybe even better than the remake that the original one is so good. However, this is what I want to say to all the trick or treaters. Did you go with trick or treaters? Quit saying you're a fan of Tilda. If you don't see any of her movies because then all you appreciate is her weirdness at not her talent. I talking to you. I'm not talking to you. I'm talking to the world. I are there people out there who've never seen a Tilda Swinton mobile. I think so because her movies are so small I mean, she's never really in like a big. I mean like who saw we need to talk about Kevin who saw snow plow. Our by the way, good Michael Clayton might be the biggest one. She did thing. You brought up we need to talk about also Michael Clayton. Yeah. But don't forget I watched the one where she young Adam where she gets eaten out by Ethan Hawke on a boat. There you go see what I mean. I have a feeling plenty of people who like to make fun of Tilda Swinton, including Meryl Streep who did make fun of her once for what reason this is very heard Sarim I heard because she got to play the ark angel and that Constantine Keno..

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"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The ingredients follow the recipe ship to your door limited time thirty bucks off reshipping hellofresh dot com slash colin he is the most talked about quarterback he is according to nfl experts the most refined college quarterback heading to the draft and the most talented but there have been more criticism and shots many personal ad josh rosen and with old spice he is joining us via the coward global satellite network semaphore i've met josh before and i have compared to aaron rodgers i think he is an elite talent i think he is refined coming out of an excellent academic school aaron rodgers came out of cal great school josh comes out of ucla aaron rodgers i saw you working together about two weeks ago i saw some tape and i even said on the air josh i'm like even looked like each other did you get anything from aaron rodgers in that day or that hour of working out what gem did you pull from him a lot i mean i've i've on and off the field talks about how to how to conduct yourself how to manage relationships on off the team with your family with friends and whatnot met a lot of on on the field nuggets i mean he's talking about how you got to basically always challenge yourself even in sort of anonymous situation so wraps on air as your instead of just basically playing on you're not getting yelled at by coach she got a challenge yourself off platform allinson and you're not practicing to keep your job not up coach braxton better for sunday's and get better for games.

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"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The ingredients follow the recipe ship to your door limited time thirty bucks off reshipping hellofresh dot com slash colin he is the most talked about quarterback he is according to nfl experts the most refined college quarterback heading to the draft and the most talented but there have been more criticism and shots many personal ad josh rosen and with old spice he is joining us via the coward global satellite network semaphore i've met josh before and i have compared to aaron rodgers i think he is an elite talent i think he is refined coming out of an excellent academic school aaron rodgers came out of cal great school josh comes out of ucla aaron rodgers i saw you working together about two weeks ago i saw some tape and i even said on the air josh i'm like even looked like each other did you get anything from aaron rodgers in that day or that hour of working out what gem did you pull from him a lot i mean i've i've on and off the field talks about how to how to conduct yourself how to manage relationships on off the team with your family with friends and whatnot met a lot of on on the field nuggets i mean he's talking about how you got to basically always challenge yourself even in sort of anonymous situation so wraps on air as your instead of just basically playing on you're not getting yelled at by coach she got a challenge yourself off platform allinson and you're not practicing to keep your job not up coach braxton better for sunday's and get better for games.

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"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Com code heard he is the most talked about quarterback he is according to nfl experts the most refined college quarterback heading to the draft and the most talented but there have been more criticism and shots many personal ad josh rosen and with old spice he is joining us via the coward global satellite network semaphore i've met josh before and i have compared to aaron rodgers i think he is an elite talent i think he is refined coming out of an excellent academic school aaron rodgers came out of cal great school josh comes out of ucla aaron rodgers i saw ut working together about a two weeks ago i saw some tape and i even set on the air josh i'm like even look like each other did you get anything from aaron rodgers in that day or that hour of working out what gem did you pull from him a lot i mean on and off the field talked about had to how to conduct yourself how to manage relationships on the team with family with friends and whatnot met a lot of on on the field nuggets i mean he's talking about how you got to basically always challenge yourself even in monotonous situation so robson air as your instead of just basically playing on you're not getting yelled at by coach she had a challenge yourself off platform allinson and you're not practicing keep your job up coach and get better for sunday's and get better for games.

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"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Com code heard he is the most talked about quarterback he is according to nfl experts the most refined college quarterback heading to the draft and the most talented but there have been more criticism and shots many personal ad josh rosen and with old spice he is joining us via the coward global satellite network semaphore i've met josh before and i have compared to aaron rodgers i think he is an elite talent i think he is refined coming out of an excellent academic school aaron rodgers came out of cal great school josh comes out of ucla aaron rodgers i saw ut working together about a two weeks ago i saw some tape and i even set on the air josh i'm like even look like each other did you get anything from aaron rodgers in that day or that hour of working out what gem did you pull from him a lot i mean on and off the field talked about had to how to conduct yourself how to manage relationships on the team with family with friends and whatnot met a lot of on on the field nuggets i mean he's talking about how you got to basically always challenge yourself even in monotonous situation so robson air as your instead of just basically playing on you're not getting yelled at by coach she had a challenge yourself off platform allinson and you're not practicing keep your job up coach and get better for sunday's and get better for games.

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"ucla aaron" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"He is the most talked about quarterback he is according to nfl experts most refined college quarterback heading to the draft and the most talented but there have been more criticism and shots many personal at josh rosen and with old spice he is joining us it'd be the coward global satellite network so before i met josh before and i have compared him to aaron rodgers i think he is an elite talent i think he is refined coming out of an excellent academic school aaron rodgers came out akao great school josh comes out of ucla aaron rodgers i saw you working together about oh two weeks ago i saw some tape and i even said on the air josh i'm like they even look like each other did you get anything from aaron rodgers in that day or that hour of working out what jammed did you poll from him a lot i mean i've i've on and off the field talks about how to how to conduct yourself how to manage relationships on the off the team for family with friends and whatnot met a lot of course on on the field nuggets and he's talking about how you got to basically always challenge yourself even in sort of monotonous situation so wraps on air as your instead of just basically playing cr you're not getting yelled at by coach you got to challenge yourself off platform allinson and you're not practicing the your job and knocking up cut your braxton get better for sunday's and get better for games i mean it is the media just likes to grab story lines and they get carried away with things sometimes but at the end of the day i just wanna get on the field and i to belong to a team i don't want to compete again i mean a lot of other quarter actual more flashy a lot of other quarterbacks in or maybe were used to being off scheduled with my preference is to not be off schedule in the first place i i would be one of the great i want to be on the field i wanna understand exit tom brady wants to end next aaron rodgers and i wanna i wanna i wanna be on that field one compete and and i wanna down the road be one of the great and.

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NBA G League player Zeke Upshaw dies after collapsing during game and more in today's sports update

After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

NBA G League player Zeke Upshaw dies after collapsing during game and more in today's sports update

"Sons one zero to ninety four a sad no g league player zeke up shaw's died after collapsing on the court during a game for grand rapids on saturday up show is just twenty six years old college basketball michael boorda juniors one and done at missouri even though he only played in three games because of a back injury big ten player of the year k debates diop is living ohio state eerily ucla aaron holiday also leaving school a year early nfl news and consumer reportedly as a one year deal with the rams with fourteen million dollars nhl the golden knights eventually clinching a playoff spot not bad for an expansion glove and their first year they beat the avalanche four to one coyotes over the lightning by the score of four to one tampa's leader has just two points on the bruins of the top spot in the east hurricanes beat the senators by that same four one score panthers blank the islanders three nothing the sabers snap the maple leafs thirteen game home winning streak final score three two two canadians over the red wings four to same score capitals beat.

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"ucla aaron" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"ucla aaron" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Espn radio and espn two now why are we starting out the hour with that little sound nugget for yes chris canty is in for my goal trey wingo here because john farnum is here with us this hour ladies and gentlemen are fine college basketball analysts and ucla alami over the over it is okay go he just turned over again here's the thing like i'm watching the game last night and i'm going all right so good start for the bruins they shot the ball well early on like here we go they're playing well they're playing focus to keep some momentum going the because they've played better down the stretch and then there's some turnovers i'm like what are they doing okay clearly out of halftime they're going to figure this out right and it appeared that they did they took the lead and i was like i we go then they turned it over like the next five straight possessions and it's just like you cannot hand your opponent thirty points literally almost fifty percent of the points scored by the bonnie's came off a turnovers from ucla aaron holiday has still turn the ball over right now i mean he's been playing as well as any garden in college basketball over last three games in particular averaging about twenty eight and six per game with about three two or three turnovers yeah ten that's bad ten turnover it's not great no no not it is interesting how some things cross pollinate sports what he's talking about you could easily say in football just points after turnover turnovers maintenance after turnovers they kill ya in china sport every time sean this the thing i want to know though i'm virginia lump a successful for all of them yeah hunters injuries interesting yeah losing him doesn't necessarily concern me for the first two routes because uva's good at what uva does and that's defend slow down the game and grind you and put you just through that grinder for full forty minutes when you play arizona or kentucky by things gonna be arizona the andrea eytan deuce on rich that becomes a massive problem because you see you're going to double the big that's fine those guys are good enough passers where the opposite big is going to have success and that's what concerns me more than anything is when you get that time you need a physical defensive player maybe in that game and.

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