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"umbc" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

06:06 min | 7 months ago

"umbc" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Probably tell from my suit and my shirt and green tie, Saint Patrick's Day. Makeup, still in full makeup, didn't have time to take it off, rushed here, got here as quickly as I could. We had, do I look smooth? Am I not shining under the lights? That's the main goal with this bald head. You got to get enough powder on it to make sure you don't shine under the lights. We had Tobin Anderson on CBS Sports Network tonight and I used that opportunity to ask him about your conversation with him back in January, not as got the clip. Let's roll that now. Toby and Gary Parrish here, I gather, you had a conversation back in January with my colleague David Cobb about the possibility of maybe when Purdue was ranked number one in the country, playing Purdue in a one versus 16 matchup. And you guys actually, you know, talk through it. How surreal is it to be sitting here in March after actually living through that game and then finishing on this side of it? Yeah, David and I were laughing about an officer. What would happen if you played against Zach and yes, I will have to triple team him quadruple the team have said the whole team and him, whatever we were laughing and joking all of a sudden it came through. I'm like, oh my God, we got to go do this now, so amazing. Just to walk out there and see them and see how good they are and I got tremendous respect for Purdue and how they do things. So, you know, we understood the challenge at hand. It was an unbelievable challenge, but it was in hot guys just played terrific. I mean, I just I couldn't believe how well we played and, you know, it's what makes March Madness so special and the NCA tournament so special is a chance for a team like us. If we played up a hundred times, they'd probably be this 98 99 times per one time or one chance to punch her chance. We got it done tonight and that makes it, later in that interview, you know, we talked about a number of things. But one of the points I subsequently made is that this is to me the neatest thing about the NCAA tournament and really college basketball in general. If we were in the first round of the NFL playoffs right now and we were NFL podcasters or whatever. We would be talking about things that in some form we've been talking about all year long. It'd be Joe burrow would be Lamar Jackson. It'd be Patrick Mahomes, whatever. If we were in the Major League Baseball playoffs right now and we were podcasting about baseball. We would be talking about some things that we've talked about already. I write about this sport, talk about this sport, podcast, radio interviews, television. I don't know that I've said 20 words about fairly Dickinson all season long, and yet now fairly Dickinson is the biggest story in this sports postseason, at least right now. And I genuinely don't think that's anything you could get in any other mainstream sport in America. Back to the idea that this was the greatest upset in incidentally tournament history. From a point spread perspective, Purdue was a 23 point favorite over fairly Dickinson in this game. Virginia was only a 20 and a half point favorite over UMBC. So technically speaking, this is a bigger upset than that one versus 16. The only other one versus 16 that we've seen the 16 win in the history of the sport. Some other notable things about fairly Dickinson, they come from a one bit league where the conference tournament champion is going to get the automatic bin. 'cause I'm not here because Mary Mack is an eligible for the NCAA tournament. Fairly Dickinson didn't win. I mean, I guess technically they won their way to the championship game, and that was good enough, given the opponent. But they did not win their conference tournament to get here the way every other school in a one bid league has to do it. Fairly Dickinson Jay billis pointed this out on Twitter, ranks 300 and heading into the game, ranked 353rd in the nation in adjusted defensive efficiency. And three 152nd in two point field goal percentage defense, heading into a game against Zack Edie. And produce scored 58 points. What? UMBC, by the way, in 2018, entered the game against Virginia, a 188th at Ken palm, fairly Dickinson entered this game 299th at Kim pom. And I want to give credit where credit's due. At Joe stannard on Twitter, tweeted this out earlier and it got retweeted into my timeline. I thought it was interesting. He tweeted that if you put 2023 fairly Dickinson on a neutral court against 2018 UMBC, according to Ken pom, UMBC would be a 7 point favorite over fairly Dickinson. And so analytics man analytics, you can not measure you can not measure the heart, Gary. You can not measure the heart of the united. You know what is a shame though, Gary? Saint Peter's was the peacocks. And the peacocks had a great noise associated with them. How do you, how do you be a knight? I mean, I don't know how to be a knight. I need armor. I guess I would need it starts with armor. I think becoming a armor. So you just can't, I mean, I bet you can at 1 a.m. in New York City find armor somewhere. I don't know where to get armor this time of night. And even if it's fairly Dickinson, Gary, if fairly Dickinson, wins against Florida Atlantic and advances to the sweet 16, will you do a podcast yet with at least one piece of flight armor? If I can find full night armor, I will wear full night armor

"umbc" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:48 min | 8 months ago

"umbc" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports at 15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and technology forward. We got big news on the sports page this afternoon. What's happening Diane Roberts? I love days like today, Ralph, there is so much going on in the sports world. We're gonna start with the NHL stadium series. It features the Washington capitals and the Carolina hurricanes. The puck drops tonight in Raleigh, North Carolina. It's the fourth time in franchise history that caps have played in the outdoor event and they're playing in an NCAA stadium sports anchor Ben raby is there as part of the cap's broadcast team, he says there is a college field of the event. Which NHL games over the course of an 82 game regular season, you don't typically see that as far as elaborate starting lineup introductions, decor, there's going to be a flyover. There's going to be lots of tailgating as one could imagine here in North Carolina. And it is official, Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator, or I should say former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric B enemy is the Washington commander's new assistant head coach and offensive coordinator, sources say he'll be the team's play caller, something he did not do under head coach Andy Reid in Kansas City. The team tweeted a picture of him signing his contract this morning and it's all star weekend in the NBA. You will not see any wizards on the court this weekend. None were selected as starters or injury replacements. Tonight, you'll see the skills challenge three point contest and the slam dunk contest my personal favorite in college hoops right now. UMBC takes on New Hampshire while Sanford is at VMI at the top of the hour and Virginia, hosting Notre-Dame they're up 29 25 at the half Diane Roberts WTO sports. Diane, thank you 1247 now the WTO coming up in money news. Yes or no on real estate listing drone videos. I'm Jeff label. We'll keep you up to date there. South Korea says North Korea has fired a single suspected long-range missile from its capital into the ocean. It's just a day after it threatened to take strong measures against South Korea and the U.S. as well over joint military exercises planned for next month. North Korea's record number of missile tests last year come with threats of preemptive nuclear attacks against either South Korea or the U.S.. Coming up after traffic and weather top stories were following for you at this hour, at least 17 people hospitalized, after a fire broke out this morning in an apartment building in Silver Spring, and a man dead after being shot aboard a metro bus in Montgomery county. They say it was a case of mistaken identity that we reported earlier this month, and now D.C. police are out with body camera video. It's of an officer shooting a man and anacostia back on February 10th. Stay with us at WTO for more on these top stories in just minutes

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"umbc" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

07:52 min | 8 months ago

"umbc" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"Police agency. So I hear you on all the actions that the administration has taken. I hear you when you say that progress has been made and that you were heartened by the fact that there was almost nearly universal condemnation by law enforcement of what happened to Tyree Nichols. And yet, in a new Washington Post, ABC News poll. It found that public confidence in police dropped after what happened to Tyree Nichols in Memphis 60% of Americans are more doubtful that police officers are properly trained to avoid excessive force. What do you make of that? How can you turn public perception around? Well, I would be, I would have been shocked if it had been any other way. I mean, you know, the video was put up for the nation to see. And in the aftermath of incidents like this, this is often a consequence and the public starts to have a lot of questions. I think we are a right to have these questions. But I think importantly, it's law enforcement leaders. It's command staff. It's rank and file. It's the police union that need to be having these conversations. And I believe in many corners are having the right conversations about what is the culture in this department. It is hyperlocal work that ultimately needs to happen. Look, the federal government has the tools that we do, but ultimately this breaks down into important leadership at the local level to make the changes and to really evaluate. So there's been a big focus right now on specialized units, for example. Memphis had the scorpion unit. And the focus, I think, you know, I think every police chief in America should be right now looking at what if they have specialized units, what are the tactics those units are using? What's the accountability and data that's coming back to supervisors to understand how officers are engaged in the field? Is that a roving unit that operates outside of the walls of the department? Is it the type of strategy that I mean there's a lot of different kinds of specialized units, but for the kinds of hotspot specialized units? Is this a type of strategy that is actually bringing violent crime down? There have been a lot of scandals with these specialized units in cities around the country. And then when violent crime goes up, there's often a tendency to try to grapple at ways obviously to address and bring public safety. But you know, is this is the type of specialized unit that the scorpion unit represented, the answer, or is it focused deterrence, which really focuses on policing strategies that are looking at the people in communities that are engaged in actively in violence and a much more kind of people centric with wraparound community services often with a lot of community input into public safety strategies. We've got to ask these questions and we can't just go incident to incident saying, oh, this could never happen again or this won't happen in my department. And that's why for me right now, the Justice Department I've asked our team to look into providing guidance for police chiefs that really I think all across the country need to be conducting reviews of their units if they're using it and asking these really hard questions to make sure not just in words, but that's something like this doesn't happen again. Well, let's talk about the police chief of in Memphis. Police chief CJ Davis. She's been credited with taking swift action in the days that followed. She disbanded that police unit. The scorpion unit that you've been talking about in scorpion is an acronym for street crimes operation to restore peace in our neighborhoods. She fired the 5 officers. She's putting 7 more under investigation. Is what chief Davis did a template for other jurisdictions to follow. I think it was really important that she showed immediate leadership and took things in hand and did not try to dismiss the gravity and severity of the act. I obviously can't speak to the specifics here, but I think that it was really important that she understood immediately what this meant and what the gravity was. And so, you know, 1 may have a lot of questions about why she set up the scorpion unit starting with its name. I think there's been such a focus among law enforcement leadership rightly show about pushing forward on guardian mentality versus a warrior mentality. But I know that she is somebody who has testified in Congress in support of police reform. I think that her leadership in the immediate aftermath of an incident like this really matters. It matters for the country. I thought it was incredibly important that the family that Tyree Nichols mother stepfather called repeatedly for peace in the streets, but also for justice. And so I think there's a lot of things to look at that hopefully we don't just go incident to incident, but that there are lessons every single time that one of these awful tragedy happens and that we can learn from them both at the Justice Department as the police chief of a jurisdiction. But that's why we've got to be able to have these hard conversations afterwards and not push these things. This podcast is supported by UMBC. You know why your goals matter at UMBC? We know how to help you reach them. Ranked a top ten most innovative school in a top public university, UMBC will prepare you to achieve your goals. Learn more at UMBC dot EDU. Under the rug. I have an audience question that gets to a bigger, a bigger issue that I don't think a lot of Americans realize. And that is about police recruitment. Police departments around the country are having a hard time recruiting officers. And this question comes from Judith Karen in Massachusetts. How do communities select train retain qualified law enforcement candidates without lowering standards? Recent statistics indicate recruitment is getting much harder. Police officers in the United States receive less training than their European counterparts and American civilians own 393 million guns. This is a complex and disturbing topic. So this honestly is the number one issue that we hear about from our law enforcement partners. There is a nationwide crisis in recruitment and retention. And I have heard uniformly from police leaders that they absolutely do not want to lower standards in this moment. That that will take the profession back. And so we are engaged with them in creative ways to deal with us. Thinking through everything from recruitment at HBCUs and incentives for people to become police officers, ways to the morale of officers and whether people see themselves as police officers in communities that may have experienced law enforcement related violence from earth conduct. We've got to address this at all levels, but we won't be able to address the recruitment and retention prices in a thyro. We've got to understand that police community trust is also a key component of people wanting to see themselves in law enforcement, incredibly challenging job, and so we've got to be able to provide these supports, but this is all there's a lot of strategies in play here. And I think the worst thing that we could do in this moment would be to lower standards. We've

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"umbc" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"umbc" Discussed on Revision Path

"Is booked. So try to do a lot of stuff. I remember I had a job in athletics. I used to do security over an hour for her company called security tasks, I would drive all the way to D.C. to security at the Geico building, go back and other weekends, I'll do martial arts as a whatever. What do they call them? Something Marshals, like we're like cops on campus. And did that kind of work. But most of the stuff that UMBC gave me is just being resourceful. It wasn't the easiest good to navigate most schools are. It was pretty young university and the technology was okay. So if you wanted to get something done, you had to go to the source. Actually, my last couple of years, I was in sack student athlete, advisory committee. Okay, I got it right. And I was a sack my last year, you know, we try to do a lot of stuff for the athletes and all of that stuff that I just got me around to meeting people trying to get stuff done. Is this how people really get stuff done in real life? I was asking myself because it's like, this isn't possible. People, you know, they give you everyone you run around, even if they didn't want to. So on that person, this person has it. So my experience, there was really formative years. And studying industrial psych, I especially started studying industrial psych in high school because I was in a part of some AP program and you had to choose something. I knew I wanted to do psychology. My father was like, I'm not sure about psych man. I mean, you may become a secretary or something. In the house and I was like, man, I don't know if I wanted to become a counselor as a psychiatrist specifically, but if I was going to become, I was going to be a cool one. But I wanted to I also wanted to do something around business. And what I found through Google search was this thing called industrial psychology. It was fascinating that you can apply psychology and would have been a site, a counselor or something like this. So I started, I got into this AP program and you can study whatever you wanted. So I had an internship at retained ellipses. Some kind of government contractor and I was an HR and kind of learned what a she wasn't an industrial psychologist. I think my mentor wasn't. But this has come to the soft deal with you. So that took me to college where I wanted to study in UMBC just happens to be one of the schools to have the minor or certificate. So all the behavioral connective psychology I did, you know, I did this certificate and industrial psychology. So it all kind of worked out, and that's good. Yeah. All kind of worked out. Once you graduated, what did your early career look like? Did you find a lot of UX research positions out there? I mean, I'm asking, you know, sort of alluding to what you said before about companies are just now kind of starting to come around to UX research. I'm guessing you probably graduated like in the mid to late 2010s. So I'm guessing like, I don't know where companies looking for UX researchers back then? Oh no. First, I wouldn't have known to look interesting point there is what we were high school, they were always tell us, I went to reservoir high school in Fulton, Maryland and schools. One, they would bring this guy into talk to us how we are the best schools in the country. It was weird. It was like a Riley thing, and we actually believed it for a long time. The other thing was they don't tell us that the jobs that we're going to have are not yet created. And there's really hard for high school student to comprehend that it affects me now in a lot of ways where I think about daughter is going to do what I would do in ten years. Yeah. Maybe it's not there yet, right? And you are research definitely wasn't there when I graduated high school and definitely not there when I graduated college. I was looking for industrial psychology jobs, which were impossible to find as well. Hiring this industrial psychology to make the workplace better. Ha ha. No one was doing that then, but I bet now. Dude, very different forms, but no, I was looking at and connected with HR, so I look at a lot of HR jobs and stuff like that, but no, nothing about I knew nothing about user experience, which is a whole other story. I got into that or user experience research for that matter. Wow, that's just that part you mentioned about the person coming to your school and saying that the jobs that you'll have, they don't exist yet. That flashes me back to high school. So I went to high school in the 90s and I was in high school right when the Internet started to take off, like right when it's sort of the advent of the advent of the World Wide Web. Let's just say that it started to take off. So mid to earliest 90s. So we had like a computer lab. We had computers in the school and stuff and I was like learning HTML and teaching myself HTML. And not even knowing what I would do with it. Because it was like a skill that you learned and granted, I was, you know, studying, I was, I don't know what I was on track to be in high school. I was just studying. Actually, that's not true. I was on track to be a musician in high school. And I was doing a lot of math and stuff on the side because I was just good at it. But not really thinking like, oh, what am I going to go to college for? I initially wanted to go to college to major in English and be a writer because I was also writing. And my mom is like, no. You're not going to make any money doing that. You need to focus on something that's going to make money. Like, what about them computers? You always ask school, which are facing them computers. Why don't you study that, you know? But back then, this is like 1999. This is also the year where we thought Y two K was going to wipe out everything. So it's like the whole thing of like, I'm in a major in the computers, if Armageddon doesn't happen. And it's like, I would be sitting in my computer program in classes in the fall of 99. I'm like, why am I even studying this? Y two K comes and all of this is just like obsolete. We really didn't know. But to that point of like, you're studying for something or the job that you end up doing is something that does not exist yet, which is so wild to think about when you see just the path of how technology grows. It's crazy. I had no idea when I was in college that I would end up doing web design as a profession, because it was always a hobby back then. And I didn't know anyone who did it. This was 1999, 2000. I was reverse engineering web pages in notepad and just trying to figure it out. 'cause I didn't see anyone that did this. There were no schools that taught it. I didn't know anyone that if I knew people that did the web, they were like a webmaster, so it was always like this weird, even back then, like the terminology is not what it is now. There's all kinds of different stuff, but yeah, man, wow, that took me back. Just saying that part. That's another thing right there, right? Just a terminology of how things change. I mean, we're sitting here having this conversation and the jobs are will be in the future. We can even what that's going to be. Who is going to be and who's going to be doing it? How is going to come about? It's incredible thing to think about really. Look, I've seen job titles change as I started this show. I remember when I first started the show, I was not talking to UX designers. I was not, I think that maybe started about, I don't know, maybe about four or 5 years in, started getting a bunch of UX UX researchers UX designers on the show. I'm like, what is this UX? Is that like graphic design? What is that? Just try to figure it out because actually I think back then they just called it like UI UX designer so it was like information architect. And even in this show, I just use product researcher multiple times, but that just means UX researcher. But the U.S. designers are not calling those sub product designers. So I'm like, I'm a product researcher, right? It

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"umbc" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"umbc" Discussed on Revision Path

"At Google and Amazon starting to mint more and more UX researchers. So us being the Google of UX research, just helps everyone discover information, sources, meet each other, the platform itself is great. But the community that we're building around the platform is really what's going to help it stand strong. And that community is through LinkedIn. The people we meet, research, we run a researchers, it's been very well received. We always been taking feedback and our mission now is to make the day to day of researchers just more fruitful. If you wake up, you're looking for something, improve your craft, go on research bookmark, use our search because that's what is built for. We want it to become every researcher's homepage one day. That's such a great way to just give back to the community, too. But such a great resource like that. So, you know, we've talked a lot about your work. You've kind of alluded to this a little bit earlier about your background being from Togo. So let's kind of jump into your origin story. Tell me about growing up in Togo. Yeah, man, I grew up in a small country in a West Coast of Africa called turbo, where Togolese people. So I'm both to release and American my parents movie when I was I was pretty young. I think nano ten and I grew up in Pablo's African gears who grew up in big communities, my grandmothers are around, my uncles, everyone kind of lived, we lived in the same, I would say it was a neighborhood and there's a beach now, right? I live like maybe ten, 15 minutes or from the beach by whole life until I moved, I moved here. My first language is French. So we study, I've started school pretty early. I think at two and a half or something I was in a diapers, my mom said, one thing that I really remember about being in turbo is the group of friends that I live with in our neighborhood that are played with every day we play soccer and stuff like that. The house of cross where Jessica and Gale and behind them were said, and they're this Stephen behind me, and we now that I think about it, we were pretty nutty kids, 'cause we're all these games. We try making up our own language at one point and we lost that book that that would probably be very useful right now. All of these things, that really Mark my childhood, right? And being raised in a household where, well, in the house or neighborhood where everyone is raising you, you know, it's hard to do something wrong. And growing up in the African community. But so what was a blessing to live in? And I mean, I was young and I go back, I would go back home often to visit and there's always a pleasure. We're very peaceful people. For the most part and the weather is nice and life is pretty good. It's pretty good, you know, beside from the usual challenges of being an African country, you know, a lot of unemployment, a lot of, you know, what do we do after our graduate? A lot of lack of just operational organization around the country. That's just the challenges we deal with as Africans, but it's really good. It's really good growing up. And you say, the beach town was this Lomé? Yeah. Yeah, I grew up in a town called Baghdad city, which is the city of baguette, which is just a neighborhood right on right across the road from you cross the big road, the highway, and you're walking right on the beach. Nice, nice. I work with the startup that I work at as a French startup. And so we have a lot of people from Benin, which I know is the neighboring country. And I think we have one or two people from Ghana. But I know about Togo, one, because I don't want to say I speak French, I studied French. I don't know. I feel like I have to be put in an immersive situation to know whether or not I speak it, but I studied it from second grade all the way through college. So I can read it, I can recognize it. I think I'm okay with speaking it, but if I speak to a native French speaker, I'll be like, yeah, we. But I did one of those. I think it was 23andMe or ancestry one of those. I think my answer she was traced back to Togo. I don't know where specifically in the country, I feel like I'd have to do like African ancestry or something to figure that out. But that's where I first had learned about Togo and I knew about it being a French speaking country. So and you say you moved here about 9 or ten years old? Yeah. Yeah, yep. We moved to Maryland. I remember Silver Spring. I went to a lemon juice called veers mill elementary school. I remember. Yeah. How was that shift? It was good. I mean, we were younger. I know it was tough for my parents. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. I mean, I was younger. I was a kid, so it's like, oh my God, new things. And the language wasn't hard. I had an English shooter before I got here. That helped so much because American English is so different from what it is in person. Where I've been to a British English and stuff like that, but I mean, I would say all around smooth from us, for me, besides from leaving your friends back home and they're all all over the world now, it's ruslan and Europe and all of this stuff. So we're all over the place, but it was a pretty smooth transition for me I'll say. I actually went to Morgan state first. I went to three colleges in three years. Wow. So what I graduate high school, I had a full scholarship to compete in track and field at the shepherd. And I sit through shopper for Togo as a pro, but then when I graduated, I went to Morgan state. For me, you know, at that age, it was, I wanted to find the best coach. You want to connect it with more because I want you to throw as far as I can. And that didn't happen at first year, and I thought maybe I need to switch, then I went to university of Maryland, and Maryland in 2012, they cut the teams. They were budget stuff and they cut the teams. They track and field specifically, it would mobile some other sports. So I ended up going again to a school that I looked at when I was graduating. I actually visited UMBC and met with bob when I graduated, high school, I came back and there was a coach there, coach, an IoT school, a Greek man. So he became my coach and I finished at UMBC. So that's how my story went. I started on a black university, a historical black university, which was a great experience. To Maryland, and then UMBC where I graduated. Wow. So how was your time there? How was your time? You were an athlete, but also you studied industrial psychology. Like, how was your time there? Yeah, it was a great time. I mean, you know, a lot of this stuff, a lot of the friendships, a lot of the connections. I live actually write behind UMBC now where my wife and I live now. So I stayed pretty close. It was a great time. I would say, I mean, college is a blur in a lot of ways because athletes. We don't have the same exact experience as everyone else.

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"umbc" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"umbc" Discussed on Revision Path

"And looking at how we reorganize and really help the company. And from there, I take it into, all right, let's start breaking out what we really want to find out. And this is really, from a research perspective, this is one of the most important parts of the project for me, is what do we actually want to know? Because if you don't let me know that we can go on a whole run a couple months, weeks, and come back with the wrong data, because we didn't get to explore our true objectives. So from that perspective, I'm on to the project. I'm very much hands on throughout the process. All the way to deliver the recommendations and findings of the research. What would you say is probably like the most challenging part about what you do, as well as like what's the most rewarding part? Oh, the most challenging part is a simple idea. It's just communication and understanding. So reaching across to a cross functional partners and go, hey, I'm in need this. This information or what do we know about this? And kind of, especially in a remote work where we're not in the office, and you can just get to the person. Now, it's like messages is emails. It's this and that. So there's a lot that get lost in translation. So that's probably the most difficult part. I wouldn't say convincing people. It's just communication. We did a webinar. I did a webinar earlier this year where Mike from Clive told was telling us about a hard power and soft power. And researchers are in a position where we usually have soft power. Convincing people allow them to understand, therefore, helping them come on our side. We have really no hard power at work. So I'm constantly trying to exercise that, and that's probably some of the most challenging part. And there's also also the rewarding part when you can get understanding or consensus from different types of people in the room, agreeing on a project or even challenging the project to be better. So when we come to that reward question, a real rewarding part is sometimes you go and you hear something in an interview or conducted research with a user and it just blows your mind like, well, we didn't even think about that perspective. That's rewarding. Another rewarding part is when research pushes into the streams of building technology and you can see the user in the minds of everyone sitting around and the user is top of mind, their satisfaction is at the top of mind and their quality of life, which is something a KPI that no one really measures which I measure a lot when in anything I do is, how does that end up improving the person's quality of life? It's interesting that you sort of mention that about research because I know like a lot of startups probably they'll have you know product designers UX designers will have PMs, et cetera. But it seems like organizations have to reach a certain level of maturity before they really start implementing research, at least in a UX researcher position. Like even as I look back through my interviews 'cause I was like, I know I've interviewed a UX researcher before and I felt like I had done it sooner, like sometime this year or something, it was like 2020 the last time that I interviewed a UX researcher. It was someone from Facebook, which is not to say that a company like Facebook is only one that will have UX researchers, but I don't know, it seems like companies have to reach that certain level to really start taking research seriously as it relates to like product development or user features or things like that. Yeah, it's something that's somehow that narrative is so strange, right? Because if you think about it, wouldn't you want to make the best decision at the very beginning of all of this. So what happens is successful companies and products solve a massive problem. You don't need research to solve a really massive problem. You're just going to solve it. And that's true, right? There's no bridge. I build a bridge. Great. But then you're trying to build many other bridges across other cities, then you need to learn about them. This is where, for me, the narrative is so strange that research is the last thing that comes on after decisions have been made on a product on a road map. And it's scary, because at that point, you're not back, you're working on features, you're not helping people with hard power, stakeholders that are important, playing season are mine about decision that it should make. We don't necessarily see that a Puerto Rican business perspectives. That's not the goal, the goal is just to lay out what the user may expect from this product. And everything that comes along with that, yeah, it's very interesting because we're seeing its ramification in a market right now with layoffs at different companies and this is probably because there are a lot of stuff being worked on that may not the best or something of that sort. Would I hire your researchers at the same time you hire your first engineer, I guarantee your company is going to survive much longer. It may change direction a lot. You may not agree when you have someone that's sitting there essentially representing the user truly in your company. So it's a narrative that hopefully it will just auto change itself for researchers are coming at the front of that as we move forward. Now, earlier you alluded to two other companies. These are companies you sort of mentioned, like on your lunch break, you might do some things with them, but you found it you cofounded two companies. One called analog teams, which is a technology service company. And another one called research bookmark, which has been dubbed the Google for UX researchers. I want to start off with analog teams. How did that come about? Yeah, and a lot of teams is a pretty crazy story, man. But it starts like a lot of small companies will start. My good friend and cofounder, table, all I do, which is someone you probably need a talk to at some point as well, because he has an incredible story. We ran track together, and we were part of the same track team at UMBC. So kept up over the years. I know he's in product. I'm in product. We always talked about either the black struggle and we're both African. He's Nigerian, Togolese, and we're both have this huge affinity to Africa and the future and all of that. So we discussed many different things. And he would come over, this is when I was at, I was at probably KPMG, or even earlier than that. He would come over every once in a while, we'll work, and we'll talk about what can we do for Africa. How can we build and look at all these young people? Africa is super young. Perspective, most of the population is under 18. And it's crazy because it's also the biggest continent out there. And there's a lot that can be done. So we have the discussions and what can we do and we're both in product and we're like, okay, we're going to sort of software development company. And we went on that route, you know? And he brought in our dark cofounder, mischa luster, an amazing lady out of Dallas that also became one of my really, really good friend. Those three, we saw to try to see what we can do for the continent. We call we call ourselves bridge builders, building bridges from African Americans in the United States to Africans in Africa through technology. And this took us into a lot of failures, a lot of winds, a lot of improvement of quality of life for our employees, just to put things straight. We haven't made really a dollar in analog teams, given to this day. 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"umbc" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"umbc" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"York City's comptroller and mayoral candidate, Scott Stringer, issued a statement late last night denying an allegation of sex abuse and harassment from Ah former female intern. Attorney Patricia Pastor is should a statement on behalf of the alleged victim who is not named. Publicly climbing. Stringer repeatedly groped the female intern. Well, Stringer was a member of the New York State Assembly and running for public advocate of New York City. Woman alleges Stringer offered to get her role as a district leader and told her to keep the alleged misconduct This secret. This woman is scheduled to hold a press conference later today outside of Stringer's offices. The New York City councilman Hi M. Deutsch has been removed from office that after he pleaded guilty to tax fraud last week. York City Councilman Hiram Deutsch no longer holds office. The Brook and representative has been removed from the city Council after admitting to tax fraud. Which claimed false business expenses totaling $82,000 City Council speaker Corey Johnson releasing a statement which read in part Hi, I'm George confessed to a crime and violated his oath of office. He's no longer a member of the City Council. Which one of the false income tax report in 2016 I'm Bob around for 77 W. ABC knew the 32 year old Ham said. Woman charged in the hit and run death of an NYPD officer has been denied bail. Jessica move a charged with vehicular manslaughter D W I driving with a suspended license and nine other charges after allegedly fleeing the scene of Tuesday mornings crash on the alliance, Flushing Meadows. New York City Council president is Corey Johnson tacos. His death is a reminder that dangerous driving cost lives and it was clearly something that was Completely preventable Officer Anastassiades Sarcos, a father of two w. ABC News time 605 from the RST solutions dot com News desk. I'm Deborah Valentine, the Rooster for your Morning all the news. You need to know it's the W A. B C early news on 77 w A. B C. Now Here's Juliet Huddy and Frank Murano. Good morning, six minutes after six o'clock, this is the dove. UMBC early morning news. Want to remind you as you plan your listening day. I know A lot of people are eagerly anticipating the president's remarks tonight. We're going to carry those live on the radio. But you're also gonna want to listen to the mayoral debate the Democratic primary Merrill debate. This afternoon from 4 to 6, which will feature four of the leading candidates. Meantime, we've got plenty of early news for you. I'm Frank Marino and I'm Juliet Huddy. You'll have sit up with sports 6 15 Excuse me. Debra's following breaking news. I am suffering from horrible allergies today. And here's what you're gonna be talking about. I think we've got this mass shooting. Ah, three hour police chase and a dead man sitting in the Starbucks drive.

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"umbc" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"umbc" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"umbc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"umbc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"K custom remodeling dot com. His fourth Symphony of Buccaneers on top of the NFL world, the Bucks beat the defending champion Chiefs 31 29. And Super Bowl 55 yesterday in Tampa. Tom Brady, now a seven time Super Bowl champion, Terrapins, back on home ice are actually back at home, not on the ice, but back at home, dosed. Ninth Rank. Ohio State, Maryland, Coming off a 55 to 50 lost Friday at Penn State Purpose of 10 and nine a four and eight big 10 record. And elsewhere. College basketball UMBC top Stony Brook 71 65 Coppin State dropped his third straight 84 72 at Norfolk State and Towson fell 66 to 53 Charleston was swept in the weekend road series. And a double overtime. Lottery numbers from last evening. Your pick three. Was 0 to 4 year pick 4 to 588. And now it's 606. You are up to date on the morning Drive on talk radio 6 80 Wcbm Wcbm Studios are sponsored by Safe retirement solutions, convenient locations near you. Kelson, Annapolis and Columbia Morning Drive, which PC and Elliot starts now on talk radio 6 80 wcbm. They couldn't go back and peach Abraham Lincoln because they couldn't teach Donald Trump if he was dead because it's not in office. They could impeached Abraham Lincoln because he's also not in office. If I were in the Senate, I would listen to the testimony. I would listen to the evidence way out in peace, Chuck Schumer, Then he went to the Supreme Court. Student from the Supreme Board and said specifically, hang Gorsuch. Hey, Cavanaugh, even least a world wind talking. Paid a price. You won't know what hit you if you continue with these awful decisions. That was early on the world with top of the morning to you Look another warning. Dr. With Casey and Elliot Talk radio 6 80 wcbm for this Monday, the day after the Super Bowl, It's sham Peach Mint Week, 2.0. The Trump team that he used the Democrats. Violent rhetoric is part of their defense in which Democrats should be expelled. The Super Bowl was super bad Time magazine amidst the election was rigged. Bide wants to ban Trump from Intel briefings and we are still fighting for our rights to thumbnail, even though a Supreme Court decision says a week and still worship but with limitations very disappointing. Decision, I thought, anyway, so I hope you enjoy the game..

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"umbc" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"umbc" Discussed on WTOP

"Here's Jay Brooks getting closer to kick off Sandy, a 6 30 kick for 50 Super Bowl 55 from Tampa. This Chiefs go toe looking to go back to back Tom Brady. Just trying to continue to do what he does give the city quarterback Patrick Mahomes talks about why the team was able to come back to this big game after winning it all last season. Sort of just soaking in all the glory of women suitable. Last year we went back to work and we want to work every single day to make ourselves better to prepare ourselves for every single situation that could arise and has put us in this game. But we have to keep going just to find a great football team and we want to try to find a way to complete that running back toward. I'll swear the Cowboys set the franchise 10 quarterback Dak Prescott again unless they could get a long term deal done first. Also, the NFL salary cap expected to be $180 million next season. College football. Former Maryland offensive coordinator Scottie Montgomery now The running backs coach for the Indy Colts to the ice caps. Third straight regulation lost this time 742 Philadelphia of next cap steak on the fly boys once again Tuesday, a six o'clock face off in the association. The Wizard's dropped their second straight 1 1997 in Charlotte is the Hornets and a two game losing skid. Washington will wrap up the road trip tomorrow when they visit Chicago Foreign eight o'clock tip college hoops earlier today loyal of Maryland with their first win the greyhounds. The 75 62 win over Lafayette UMBC 71 Stony Brook 65 towels So lost to Charleston, 66. 53 write down Norfolk State is up 64 60 over Coppin State in the second half Georgetown 37 35 down to number three Villanova at the half Jay Brooks. W t o p Sports 3 47 Made us a insurance for veterans like Listen, Mike, an Army family who's always at the ready, Someone listens. Ultrasound showed twins total two babies. They didn't panic. They acted fast.

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"umbc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"umbc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Riding motorcross. It was just a wonderful place to grow up. I am I kind of wish my kids grew up there, too. But Had to move to the big city to go to school. I went to University of Maryland for Pharmacy school, but I went to UMBC undergrad, and that was a great school, too. Nice. What made you wanna move away from the Eastern shore? You know, some people may choose to stay fishing, right? I don't know any of your friends stay around, or did everyone Yeah, well, I think there's opportunities at UMBC. I got a scholarship to go there, and my older brother was there. So you know, I wanted to go to school and be with him too. And we both really enjoyed University of Maryland. Nice. Really nice school. What did your brother go? Did you go down the same route that you guys study the same things? No. He studied computer science and information systems, and they have a great school for that. So now he's he's out West. Working with a company called it into it. They do you make TurboTax software QuickBooks and such. Yeah, huge company. I think a lot of people from Maryland schools to really well because they've got a great education here. That's all that the good growing up on the Eastern shore, right. It's all that good firewood now and playing without the words, you know. Yeah. I mean, the things he was doing his play with nature, right? You were connected with nature. You were seems more people trying to get back to nature now and trying to get back to the Houston. Sure, I would think. I think so. It's a great place to retire on. My parents were there. They don't want to leave that area because, you know, my my parents have been there since 1972. Well, which part of we're puts part of Maryland. They're in Salisbury. Remember driving through. They're going to Ocean City. I love it. It's great place. It's really nice. They've got a great hospital. Cost of living is much lower than here, and it's a great place to live. Sharma. I was reading up about a little bit of your bio. When we were starting to get to know you. I hear you're also a musician. Yeah, I play the drums. I originally went to school, um, and engineering and music and then ended up in pharmacy. I don't know how that happened. It's just Did I still play the drums now? And I really enjoy it. Had we do on our song choice. It's one of my favorites. I was singing along with it on my man. Let me ask you a question. So is let's get. Let's get the music buff question out. Are you a you A Beatles guy or he was stones guy. I would say both. Really. I've seen the Stones live a couple times. They're great. Um, it's a you know you're singing along the whole concert. I saw him in two different decades. And you know, Mick is running up and down the stage, No matter how old he is. He's a one wonderful a singer musician, and I understand that he He does triathlons and used to do triathlons and stuff. He's We really in great shape. Yeah, That's one advantage The stones have is they can perform live today, you know? Yeah, Whatever's keeping him going perfect. That's awesome. How about drummers? Do you have a favorite drummer or someone that inspired you? I know I I used Tonto. Be a drummer. I mean, back when I was in, I think six or seventh grade. And I had a drummer that was in our same great John Lampton. And he was amazing. He was so amazing. He made me quit. Roman made you question your choice. I was like, I'm not gifted like this guy. But who did you look up to Sharma? Any drummers that you're growing up? Neil Peart was a great drummer listened to I Listen to Justus. Many jazz drummers, too. So like I would listen to old final like Max Roach and a lot of lot of jazz drummers. Um They just They are different style, but I mean, you need a lot of different styles to put in your vocabulary. When you're playing the drums because something you might have picked up. As drumming my fit into a rock and roll phrase you're playing or if you're playing with the blues musician,.

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"umbc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"umbc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Early for an Irish coffee and a slice of pie. I like the coffee said coffee kind of the peaches, Heat Smurf in math. Here's something I'll say that'll just blow up the fricking station right now. We'll just call, you know. I mean, I might get fired for this. All right, You know, I mean, at age 25 Check. My Holmes has already done things at the quarterback position. Easy now that are better than Tom Brady. I mean, now again, this is it's subjective. This isn't a math questions isn't a science question. What is math is the 10 Super Bowls. I can't touch that. No, that can't even get close to them. Irvin, Mac, wait. Morning 6 to 10 A.m. B R 1045 and 6 80 ft Sports leader Homo Super Bowl $50. The best in college basketball is West. Move one. Your home from March. Men Nus 10.7 seconds to go inbound. The Ryan Archie Deac, you know, at half court with three seconds Bryan, Archie Deac. It'll flips to Chicken three for the win. It's good. Jenkins Kids three toe with national championship 77 74 filling on the winds it hunter across the time line. 56 54 Baylor Hunter gives it to shine back to Hunter for three Georges ST. Takes a one point lead shot, Not Rod Hunter right off his chair are to go ghost gonna have on its way here early In the second, Coburn jams hold my feeler. 19 point lead for Florida Gulf Coast from their feeling is you can tell that right now The princes excited crowd is behind him and the players of feeling very confident The clock's gonna run out. The ultimate upset has happened. 16 has beaten the one UMBC knocks off Virginia Madness has hit its peak. No, let's say to the arena for Westwood one's coverage of NC a basketball. From Value City Arena and Columbus, Ohio. Westwood one and Lear Field I MG College Present N C a.

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"umbc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"umbc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Same thing, Patrick, the homes and the Chiefs Super Bowl 55 comes up 13 days from right now. Brady, by the way, ized the 10th time He has been there more homes, his second Perps. Still a team to be reckoned with. In the Big 10, Maryland upset 17th ranked Minnesota 63 49 Saturday yesterday, Army outlasted Navy 87 78 that splits that weekend seriously. And you've asked low post pointing all their weekend or both of their weekend games. That is against UMBC. After a positive covert 19 test traffic and a lot of numbers coming up this is Pastor Dave. It was a couple Bible president in charge. For the moment of truth. Christianity is a threat to the idol, worship of humanism and the idol that the humanist worship is the state persecution crosses the line from bad to worse. When so much religion is brought into question. The religion of humanism has manifested itself in politics in academia and in the culture what you're seeing happening in America right now, and in fact, it's worldwide. Is the embodiment of evil. We on a conservative right in this nation, understand that our founding was steeped in Judeo Christian teachings. That's why we're so fiercely patriotic to our cause. The other side is driven by hatred, which has been manifested in the devil since the beginning. Jesus told his followers that the world hates you know that it hated me. First, the current players on the stage right now maybe conservative politicians and evangelical Christians versus liberal progressives, Hollywood and Big Tech. But the root of it all for 6000. Years has been. God versus Satan Dispatcher David Lewis has been today's moment of truth. Remembers your pick 3626 ft. 420 to 2 at 7 33 traffic.

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"umbc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"umbc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"One. Your home for March Madness. 4.7 seconds to go inbound to Ryan, Archie Deac, you know and half court with three seconds Bryan Archie Deac. It'll flips to check its three for the way. Jenkins hits the three to win the national championship. 77 74 filling all the wins it Her across the time line. 56 54 Baylor Hunter gives it to shine back 200 for three Georges ST takes a one point lead shot, Not Rod Hunter, right office chair article goes gonna have its way here early in the second, Coburn. My fever. It's a 19 point lead for Florida Gulf Coast when they're feeling that you could tell that right now the Christians excited the crowd is behind him, and the players have feeling very confident The clock's gonna run out. The old hermit. Offset has happened. 16 has beaten the one UMBC knocks off Virginia Madness has hit its peak. No, let's say to the arena for Westwood one's coverage of NC a basketball. From the KFC Yum Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Westwood one in Clearfield, I MG college present and see a basketball today and a cc showdown is the Louisville Cardinals host the Blue Duke Blue Devils. Westwood once coverage of college basketball was sponsored by Geico by Granger and by auto zone. Everybody along with will produce. I'm Ryan Radke. Jason Horowitz will join us shortly from our Westwood one studios. Will you think about Duke and Louisville? You think about two of the elite in the country mainstays in the top 25 contenders for deep March runs and Well, there's certainly plenty of time left in this season. All that may come to fruition eventually. Right now, things look a whole lot different. Duke is just five and four. They've lost two straight. They run right for the first time since 2016. Louisville has also dropped there last two. They have fallen out of the top 25 so well, when you look at these two teams, a lot of similarities, just not in the way that we're used to seeing with these two clubs. I'm really not Ryan. Both of these teams right now are struggling to knock down shots from the perimeter, So they're all trying. They're both teams right now or it's trying to figure out how do we generate some offense. And one of the things that Duke does a really good job of is attacking the offensive boards. 15 offensive rebounds against Pittsburgh who was gonna have to find a way to try to prevent that from happening, And it seemed like Louisville who was playing well early on in their last two losses to Miami and in Florida State. Lot of isolation ball. Give it David Johnson. Let me go one on one. Give it to Carly Jones. Let him go one on one. You know, in the college game, you can depend on one or two players to kind of get you through stretches of a game. Which can't just rely on one or two players to get you through a full 40 minute game. Both these teams have to start playing better team basketball but hold also hope they would player movement and ball movement. They could start knocking down some perimeter jump shots, and both these teams will are very young. And we see that, of course, all across college basketball these days, but This year with the code restrictions cancelations things like that. You wonder the lack of practice. How much is taking a toll? Now? Both these teams have had a few days to practice coming in. Do you think we'll see a sharper effort from both teams? Because of that today? I think you will. The interesting thing is both. These coaches have called out their players. After their last game rule against Florida State, Duke against Pittsburgh. Chris Mac talked about his team got punked against Florida State. They need to be tougher. They need to step up. They need to be ready to play. They need to practice better. You know, Coach K isn't quite as dramatic. But he talked about how his team needs to do a much better job. Be ready to play early on. Both. These teams have a tendency lately to get down early. They need to find a way to get off to a good start and put their stamp on this game coming up Duke and Louisville, But when we return, Jason Horowitz joins us from our studios. You're listening to N C a a basketball on Westwood one. You ever lie awake at night? Can't sleep. Not wanting to see what time it is because that's just going to keep.

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"umbc" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"umbc" Discussed on WTOP

"Let's go to George Wallace. All right, can well, we got some Washington football news for you coming down. We've been talking about the fact that Marty Hurney is coming to town and Martin Mayhew as well, Well, John kind of ESPN just reporting minutes ago that Martin Mayhew will actually be the new general manager and Marty Hurney will be hired in a front office role as well. But It's not gonna be hernias. The GM it will be Martin Mayhew as the next general manager will come from the San Francisco 40 Niners. Of course, he was vice president, player personnel, and we'll join this front office, along with Marty Hurney still waiting for official announcement from the team, But this is being reported within the last few minutes. Other NFL news today The Eagles have a new head coach, hiring Colts offensive coordinator Nick Syriani. He's been in Indianapolis for the last three years. 39 years old and comes to town in Philadelphia and try and get Carson went back to playing some good football. Dwayne Haskins has a new team. He is heading to Pittsburgh to be the backup for Ben Roethlisberger and play for Mike Tomlin. Now to get today it is on a one year deal. Alex Ovechkin, Evgeny Kuznetsov, Ophelia, Samsun off and Dimitri or love all in covert 19 quarantine and they'll miss the next four games. According to head coach Peter Laviolette Caps home opener is set for tomorrow. Samsonov reportedly is the one who tested positive for the virus. Caps or find 100 grand for those four gathering without masks. But Alex Ovechkin's wife says on instagram that her husband or law both have Cove in antibodies. MBA wizards in the practice floor, had nine guys today. Russell Westbrook limited as their game tomorrow has been postponed. Next up that could play is Sunday. College hoops, UMBC says it's pausing all basketball activities. You two covert towards Wallace, Toby Toby Sports Just into the W T O P newsroom museums in the nation's capital will be opening up tomorrow as that pause on Phase two Exit activities lifts in D C. Now no more than 250.

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"umbc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"umbc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Knicks lead the Orlando Magic 13 94 minutes to go first quarter at Madison Square Garden. The Celtics five game win streak ended with an emphatic thud last night against New York. Jalen Brown scored 25 points lead Boston Blown outs one of 5 75, a TV garden. Marcus Smart was the only other Celtic in double figures with 10 points, Boston dropped to eight and four. Campbell Walker made his season debut yesterday didn't make it to the end of the game after missing the 1st 11 with a knee injury, scored nine points. Walker left the game in the third quarter after taking a shot to the ribs and did not return. The Bruins wrap up their season opening three game road trip tonight. Skin Against the Islanders in New York. Boston split its first two games at New Jersey College Basketball. Boston University fell. 76 65 home to Army U Mass foiled Fordham 65. 46. Hartford Lost UMBC 57 49 7 ever WBZ Boston's news range 12 43 traffic and weather together, starting with a Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. How's it going, Kevin? Well, to me, it's a very busy afternoon. That's for sure. We're going to start this one up to the North won 28 South bound little slow getting by a crash of route 93 here heading into that Woburn stretch, North bound, getting reports of a breakdown, possibly in the right lane in the same area at Route 93. In Saugus, Route one South bound delays Main Street in the lane Closure down of route 99 93 South bound. Watch out for the left lane closure here on Route 16 in Medford over in Somerville. Watch out for a situation involving a manhole cover here a route 28 the Fells Way Right underneath Route 93 downtown Boston startled Dr Westbound slowdowns approaching these right lane work crews after the hat shell. South of town. The expressway North bound, jammed up furnace Brook Parkway up to a right lane. Crash it East Milton Square. Beyond that, you're looking pretty good up to the tunnel. 24 North bound crash investigation continues to have the right lane blocked here about a half a mile before route 1, 39 and student delays just about back to Harrison Boulevard and curiosity delays on the South bound side. Are back to 1 39..

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"umbc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"umbc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Wcbm calm. Good morning. It's 10 30. I'm Michael Philip Ellie in the 6 80 Wcbm Maryland News Center with the headlines making news this hour. The Maryland General Assembly will begin to meet this week some of the major issues that lawmakers will address of the Corona virus pandemic police reform in education. The state budget will be looked at in sports betting as well. Lawmakers will gather beginning on Wednesday, rally goers called for the resignation or restoration of instruction in school classrooms. The event held Saturday in Towson, organized by reopened Baltimore County schools and attended by parents, students and others outside the Circuit Court building, Baltimore County public schools say if public health officials deem it to be safe by sometime next month, The district may go with a hybrid model, where in some students learn in the classroom and others participate online from home, A 1991. Morgan State University alum, not now overseeing the U. S. Capitol police. Assistant Chief York Ananda Pittman will serve as acting chief in the wake of the resignation of chief Steven Son Pittman joined the Capitol Police force in 21 rose through the ranks of the department. 21 year old stabbing victim is dead following what police say was a random attack outside his home on some Tour Avenue back on January 2nd, a 47 year old man facing multiple charges for his unprovoked attack on former high school wrestler Cody Mulligan. Suspect under arrest in and around the county on weapon and drug charges. Police say wa cane Wagner products was asleep in a car in Crofton officer spotted him before sunrise. Yet an assault rifle ammo and 40 g of marijuana with him in the vehicle and a man found dead late Friday inside of Salisbury, home on East Church Street. So far, the cause and manner of Tyler gravediggers death Hasn't been made known anyone with knowledge of the case as to contact the white comic Oh county Sheriff's Office Wcbm news time 10 31 will have a brief look at sports and the Weather Channel forecast is next. Hey, Sean Hannity here. So is there a law somewhere that says that you need to see your retirement account? Go up and up enough only to see them go down and down again. Now suppose the markets go way down right when you are ready to retire or worse, they go down after you've already retired. Like what happened back in 2000 and eight What happened? Then you need to go back to work. How would you like a retirement plan that goes up when the market goes up and gives you the most of the market games with absolutely none of the losses Now you heard me, right? You can get the most of the market gains without any of the losses. Okay? That sounds pretty good. Right? Maybe this is the guy for you. He's my friend Rod Borowy. Rod's been helping middle class Americans like you for 40 years. Now you could meet with Rod and his team decide for yourself and either Annapolis or Towson is called 14. 266 11 20 That's 4 10 to 66 11 20 on the Web at safe retirement solutions dot com, telling your friend Sean Hannity says Hi Colin Shoop, Sterile Morse. L scored 19 points, Dante Scott added. 16 and Maryland upset number 12, Illinois 66 63 on the road. The Terps host Nebraska Saturday. Also, Cam Davis had 17 points. Navy to feed her Lehigh 73 58 Navy will face American this coming weekend Saturday in Annapolis Sunday in D. C not fix State narrowly defeated Morgan State 89 85 to grab a split of the back to back MEAC season series. The Bears don't play again until January, 16th and 17th Inamine Oxiris with cross town rival Coppin State. UMBC will host Hartford Saturday and Sunday. One PM Tip off for both games, The Towson Tigers program paused due to Cove it now your exclusive Wcbm Weather Channel forecast the temperatures mild 5 to 10 degrees.

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‘Fear of another spike’: Holcomb, officials concerned over Indiana’s COVID-19 trends

Tony Katz Today

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

‘Fear of another spike’: Holcomb, officials concerned over Indiana’s COVID-19 trends

"Health Health commissioner commissioner says says she's she's concerned concerned about about the the rise rise of of Corona Corona virus. virus. She She says says the the numbers numbers could could go go up up again again after after Labor Labor Day, Day, Eric Eric Berman Berman reports reports Christina Christina Box Box says says a a lot lot of of Indiana's Indiana's new new cases cases dating back to people letting their guard down to celebrate the Fourth of July. She says she's concerned it'll happen again. As we trace this back, we find that it's usually a party, a birthday party a graduation It was a football team getting together with cheerleaders and the other kids from the high school to celebrate school about opening back up. Indiana's infection rates began rising a week before the fourth of July. That's two weeks. Fter bars and casinos were allowed to reopen, but box and governor Holcomb say most businesses are taking proper precautions. Eric Berman, 93 UMBC Mobile New schools get

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Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry gifts limited release shoes to UMBC Retrievers for Sunday's game

Pardon My Take

01:21 min | 6 years ago

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry gifts limited release shoes to UMBC Retrievers for Sunday's game

"Okay yeah problematic for not knowing your women's basketball no because i think it should count twice as much because is that more impactful no it should count seventy five percents much because of the pay i i'm on the other side of it i think i think women should get i don't think men should get paid at all okay let's get to our yeah no i do stay woke though okay all right so you see the cinderella story came to an end tonight did you know who sent them like basketball shoes before the game to plan do steph curry steph curry symptom elimidate release shipment of the curry shoes and they ended up losing and it's like why would you steph curry sending his shoes to you that's not what you want heart move well it's also the worst part of steph curry yeah is like sending his shoes when lebrons like i have played it ohio state and i was like cool that would have been fun yeah well run yeah out have been really cool time reminding if you're if you're head coach and ed cooley from providence since you like all of his pants before the game like do come on i don't i got shoes yeah good might not have shoes embraced it while they're under armor so good shoes through true are actually everybody out there don't let that negative talk about under armor factor stock don't sell the stock i'm stock.

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March Madness: No. 16 seed UMBC shocks No. 1 Virginia

Weekend Programming

00:52 sec | 6 years ago

March Madness: No. 16 seed UMBC shocks No. 1 Virginia

"In your sports yesterday in march madness history maryland baltimore county has pulled off one of the biggest upsets in nc double a history unbc routed top overall seat that's the top overall seed virginia seventy four fifty four in charlotte to become the first sixteen seed to beat a number one seed in the tournament and the new york jets made a bold move this morning by acquiring the third overall pick in the twenty eighteen nfl draft from the indianapolis colts the jets who could be eyeing a potential franchise quarterback moved up three spots number six to number three and sent two second round picks in this draft numbers thirty seven and forty nine and a second round selection in the two thousand nineteen draft to the colts that's what's happening and breaking news at once start your day with len berman and michael riedel in the morning six until ten monday morning i'm mike bowron.

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Everything to know about NCAA basketball title games

CBS Sports Radio

02:27 min | 6 years ago

Everything to know about NCAA basketball title games

"The ads aztecs winning their night in a row their first nca tournament in three years mid american campus buffalo the top seed beats the to see toledo seventy the 66 third ncaa tournament for the bulls in the last four years the rockets were missing sean fletcher the mac player of the year because of a knee injury steven have austin wins the south land championship for the fourth time in five years fifty ny 55 over the top seed southeastern louisiana backtoback swag titles for texas southern the tigers beat the top seed arkansas pine bluff eighty four sixty nine earlier in the day the first conference championship of the day in the american east vermont in umbc what a finnish 62 of me zia on the line five seconds to play wild garrigues habit again i want to have a second look we do have resumed liedholm odd in by purity what i am second hope lay serbonly with the call your on westwood one five sixty through the final the retrievers their second ncaa tournament the last time was two thousand eight and they and they 23 game losing streak to burma north carolina central makes it back to that we act titles seventy 163 over hampton all right semifinal actions today the sec kentucky beat alabama eighty six 63 tennessee over arkansas 84 66 wildcats and volunteers elite for the sec titled tomorrow on westwood one also tomorrow on westwood one the american championship it'll be the top seed cincinnati with three seed houston the cougars knocked out to to see what your task eight seventy seven 74 westwood one will also allow the ivy league championship it'll be the the top two seeds harvard in pen the crimson beat cornell and the quakers top gale atlantic ten championship will feature the todd see rhode island and the 3 c davidson of the davidson knocked out st bonaventure eighty two to seventy two and the sun belt championship will feature the 2 seed georgia state against the fourseed youths he arlington again your final score from las vegas arizona pac 12 champs for the second straight year seven time in their history seventy five sixty one over the to see you sc what more can we say about the andrei aden thirty two points a careerhigh in the semifinals thirty two points again in the.

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