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"university georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"V Because I just want to hear what happened overnight and I know they'll get straight to any breaking news. News, weather traffic and the top three things you need to know. With Scott's label number. Once the latest developments, the pandemic Metro Lana remains in the red Zone for coronavirus transmission. The delta very insurgents showing no signs of slowing. University. Georgia head coach Kirby Smart says the team is seeing its highest spike in Covid cases. Company recipes, eager trackage reports, three or four players have tested positive. A couple of staff members are positive with Covid 19, also director of Sports medicine. Ron Course in last week came down with the positive test Smart worried about his handful of unvaccinated player. The dogs host a likely full house at Sanford Stadium hosting University of Alabama Saturday mask University of Alabama Birmingham Saturday. I should say master not required and number three this morning, the violent Labor Day weekend 16 killed across Georgia car crashes in between metro land in Athens, at least 15 people were shot. Including five shot outside the Northwest Atlanta nightclub during a pride celebration over the weekend. WSB news time is 6 17 Taliban paints It's flag on the wall of the U. S embassy in Kabul. The mass exodus continues and among the tens of thousands desperate to flee. Overland State Department officials tell CBS News. An American family of four got across and the Taliban did not stand in their way. Porter Charlie Dagenais says the Taliban claims it now controls the last holdout province of pension. Half dozen charter planes of American and Afghan evacuees remain grounded in northern Afghanistan, but.
"university georgia" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"We're going to be able to manage people who knows there might be some day. Somebody will come along and want to manage the size of the population. That could happen so absolutely. Well go a couple of quick clips toward the end if we can skip forward to the one from the atlanta journal constitution is one with a football stadium in about that. But i don't have to skip a few of these slides again No cove in nineteen mandates if we can skip ahead to that one to that clip. There we go. It's a good news story. Dr paul Georgia university georgia stanford stadium. They said no way. No covert nineteen mandates for the football games no mass no vaccines no. Nothing and this is in contrast to lsu. Which is you wanna come. Watch the game but show us your vaccine passport. That's terrible news and the next one really quick to something out of the uk the most hysterical country after australia. Even they remove mass requirements for children at schools. And we can't do it here. Disgusting final clip If we could put that up. And i just want to let people know. We talked about it a little bit yesterday. This is our conference. The war on us as i mentioned yesterday we've had to change the hotel that is now reflected on the event bright page. I will put a link in the description of this show. And also although return to link to the top of ron paul institute dot org website because the good news dr paul so many people were turned away when we sold out. We've been able to open up a couple of blocks of tickets. There are now tickets available to purchase to come to this event. New hotel hilton washington airport. Just down the road from the original one..
"university georgia" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"After this. You're listening to the paul finebaum show podcast and we are back here friday afternoon. Continuing with more of your phone calls and red dog is up. Next what what was that guy talking about grass grilling on a highway and clemson. Big white force them. I think he was waiting to laugh. I don't was there a point to that story. Is there a point to any of these stories. Well here's the thing. Doodoo hot on a plate university georgia for a long time because we. Your athens is only ninety miles and ninety miles away from clinton and in georgia used to play clemson every year. And you know. I guess i saw some article about talking about real. I'm not i guess. Acc might add mercer georgia southern. Today's you see conference but you know you better pocket watch because do does not wanna play us every year. He doesn't wanna. Cbs in charlotte. And you know. I know it. They what they do. Every years. they've played twelve softies. Didn't they basically go into the college playoffs. One hundred percent healthy and whether it's alabama georgia whoever we actually play real games in real conference and we have real injuries. So until the acc. Now we've got texas and oklahoma coming showing going to get worse so you know. Clemson is a complete every national championship to me. They have should be with asterix. Because even if they beat alabama they beat an alabama team. That actually had to win real games to get to get to the playoffs. They have to win. Nc state or acc championship in charlotte held dipping thousand people. But that's all. I gotta say Go downfall okay certainly One county heard from there. Let's continue with more phone. Calls and chuck is up next in texas. A hello chuck. Hello mr tom. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you like to say. We're really happy to be joining the sec. And can't wait to going up to the arkansas game. I've got some Pulling for both teams and it's like Coach spurrier said we'd been mediocre in the big twelve so we need to prove we can be better than that in the sec. And i'm looking forward to it and really enjoy your show. I wanna ask you a question. Are you in the college football hall of fame. I'm sorry chuck Somebody was talking. What was the question again. Are you in the college football hall of fame. Because if you're not. I think you ought to be no. I'm not and i'm not sure i don't think i be eligible since Number one. I think to be in the college football hall of fame. You have to have been an all american. Well i think just like the conference. Bay include announcers and i think the college football hall of fame. Look at that because you several other Great ambassadors for college. Football really do a lot and needs to be recognized. We'll say i appreciate you saying that But i i don't i don't think i would call i. It's it's a nice start but thank you very much for saying it. Let's check in with someone who is in hall of fame his own. And that is jim from tuscaloosa. Wow hey by the way. You just gave me an idea jim. We need to have a. They're a bunch of hall of fame out there but don't you think it's time for a finebaum show hall of fame every year with was it wasn't one we pick five people or whatever the number is and we i i got knew that i'm gonna be the you know. This is not about popularity. This is about brilliant. I would think the first hall of fame induction next spring. We'll have you and tammy. And i don't know who i want the first class to be really special zola. Shane tammy jim from tuscaloosa. We need to more. I'm the. I'm not i'm not i'm not. I know you're listening. You're in jim if we do it. you're you're in the first class. There's no there's no there's no that's not debatable. Is if you you you you guy while ago you know your style about what he's saying you happy but you're not gonna act like you deserve either. Because i know what. I'm talking about me more. You said something about what are you talking about. I really is it was augie. Who said the prodigal sung sung. I know her by me. But i didn't call about this is i wouldn't talk about larry in friend of mine and i mean he's been tweeting nice stuff and i mean you run now larry's fun and i i didn't i didn't know he'd been still in the hospital and i just won't do you got and and I i mean. I really have worried about him. Lately and man happy can stop. Stop the twenty biz and that'll kill somebody Even even if you don't i in. I think i i think i mean he. He has a. He has a condition right now. Jim where he doesn't get enough oxygen so he's constantly short of breath and in that in that condition you don't need to be downing you don't need to be. What did he say rainy. Sucking the bottom. A twelve ounce. Bud light much you know and i understand what he's when he says stuff like constructive call and by the way we are going to have a meeting soon as we can take a break here and start work on the first finebaum show caller hall of fame. I think it's the best idea and gm you gave it to us. I mean not just by your call come back..
"university georgia" Discussed on WTOP
"And weather on the aids and when it breaks inside the beltway sixty six east bound still at a stop after Lee highway Washington Boulevard exit sixty nine crash activity blocking all these bound lanes you need need to jump off added took sixty nine catch washable barred continued the westbound Jr in the eastbound journey it should say heading toward glebe road and then that point you can jump back on the sixty six west bound not affected no delayed outside the beltway the work so near one twenty three blocking two right lanes when last seen the other she's going to be in in Reston this gonna be Leesburg pike route seven westbound the crash at Downey drive just before you get the Bering Cameron and that is gonna be blocking some lanes you to follow police direction to get around three ninety five north bound work was after Shirlington when last seen he was blocking the right lane and clear what if anything remains of this would have not had an update from the scene in a while on the beltway no reported delays in either Maryland or Virginia inner or outer loop on the Maryland side it's been very quiet keep up the good work on ninety five and on the B. W. parkway no delays right now to seventy likewise quiet between Frederick in the lane divide fifteen between the bay bridge in the beltway coming through but we at Annapolis at speed and good pace actually and across the bay bridge unless we're we're still one left lane eastbound one left lane westbound getting to and from the shore the district on the free weight both directions between main Avenue and third street tunnel the left lane blocked by works on near Howard University Georgia Albany both directions between Fairmont and Gerard streets northwest all lanes are blocked for a for a an investigation and lots of police activity follow direction to get around Ian Crawford WTOP traffic a treacle but cold start to the weekend twenties in the countryside near thirty in DC under a star filled sky later on your Saturday partly cloudy only lower forties and blustery to that.
"university georgia" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Know you know I dropped out just before so you'll just at the completion of my third year you go take a job with the great mark fox university Georgia who'd been a good friend for a long time but you know it it is going to school taught me a lot the most important thing it taught me which was surprising because that is a big deal when I was a player but I just missed the game so much and I miss being with the team so much and and and and being around this incredible game and so that the gift to have the codes because our lives or they are very dynamic and uncertain and sometimes they can be hard and so if you're going to coach you better know for sure that is what you were born to do and the only thing and do it and that's what I learned is that this is what I want to do more than anything else and it's gonna get them sent someone one quick followed before you accept that job the story goes you had to have a meeting with the dean of the Columbia medical school how did that meeting go so development six I love her she's been so bad that me so I walk in our office that I said that I tried to explain to her that I was going to go take a a bad coaching dot you know it's not even assistant coach I'd go as a assistant director of operations really at the university of Georgia and she she was like you have lost your freaking by I mean she couldn't believe it it was like the dumbest thing she'd ever heard in our life is it but she was too busy because what we've actually kept in touch says and she's an extraordinary human being that she's amazing but it was the I think you know she probably put that on her list of the meeting they were most surprising to or so me ask you something I I can't play a lick I'm old enough to be your dad I've got no eligibility Buck I come in and play for a Hey we're taking all because this is so good B. Y. U. twenty one in seven or twenty three in the AP poll there are hosting Santa Clara tomorrow night right here on CBS sports network how you and I did not do this sooner than today mark I've no idea that was an absolute blast where a legitimate is really approved got I'll tell you like there's not that many voices that you you kind of run through with your life but is it sure has been fun listen you over the years managed to get to unbelievable job for sports okay try me on my coverage it out so much I appreciate you so much your muscles can guys I've ever spoken to and I'm so glad we did that and so what we came together and we will do it again soon for sure mark pope is the head basketball coach B. Y. U. and I want to say about B. Y. U. B. Y. U. is such an interesting school and the programs there the football program the basketball program have always been so interesting to me I love the B. Y. U. does as well with the jungle as it does in the we do as well with B. Y. U. as we do Utah has always been a fast any market for me the jungle has always been embraced Salt Lake Provo in around trying to communities I I really value that greatly I value greatly the relationship where would be why you the list was also in Salt Lake I've done appearances there it's just a blast Utah even Utah state B. Y. U.'s fingered I came out of the west conference where I went to UC Santa Barbara so I sigh Utah state up close I just I'm all about all of that and more pope is a fascinating fascinating person it sounds like I'm high down that's because I am that was fun fun interview B. Y. U..
"university georgia" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal
"Eleven years teaching online for Grand Canyon University Georgia State University here in Georgia also You know it was my first choice. I started out in criminal justice. I used to work in enforcement for a while being a parole officer because I have one aspiration one day to kind of be. Cia FBI pay education with my call. And that's where I've been. I've been joining in. Lebanon has great. Doc You said that You had Interest at one time being. Fbi agent at tell you in education. You got to kind of be both of them some time particularly when you? You're dealing with With with kids dot. Thanks a lot for giving us that. Information back several. I know you're familiar with the news items that have been coming out of. Barbara's he'll Texas where the student has been denied the opportunity for graduate based on his the length of his hair and so our our topic. Today is dress code so we want to have you just share some of your thoughts about dress code. I'm just asking just a few questions and if you could just ask you give me your thoughts on. We would appreciate it asks view. What what's Your Philosophy Schools Students Dress Code Dress Code really depends on the coacher. Make school that you're working with the community because each school that I've had the pleasure of working at the T. administrator Each school has long. You need culture so even though there may be a district host student conduct gather relate to what the district things students should be wearing or address in terms of tire. Also cultural makeup because each community has different nationalities and people.
"university georgia" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Almost most people this country can afford that so they take out a lot of loans well they haven't come surely agreements limiting about some schools this is cool call the college of the Ozarks I think it's in Missouri I'm not sure there is no tuition gonna find academic record when you go there you have to work the entire college is staffed by students at the dorms at the cafeteria on the work force the most loans at the hotels and motels around town at the janitorial positions in you may not like it twenty percent of you are going to be a route going to be required to stay there for Christmas vacation and work on a rotating basis for thanksgiving Easter new year's summers you don't have any debt so why can't more and more schools look into this I don't know my guess is probably because of politics and unions that will allow them to there are schools have been doing this for a long time university of Miami Wyoming is always studying how to make it easier for kids to get through school Arkansas tech university Georgia military college Chadron state college examples of probable accessible affordable education by keeping their in state tuition hello I read the other day the universe of Alabama is recruiting in South Carolina very heavily why because out of state students pay more tuition in state students what about parents today have they fall into the trap that their kids can't go to college without help of student loans I talk to students all the time.
University of Georgia developing a universal flu vaccine
"The year the university Georgia got the largest grant ever to study a flu vaccine this is exciting to me because these researchers are right here in our backyard and they're doing amazing work they were awarded eight million dollars to develop this new flu vaccine I think they're gonna be able to do this and they're they're looking for universal flu vaccine were you get one shot and it lasts for years maybe even a lifetime so I I think in our lifetime you and I we might be able to see this I hope you had a great bye take well you flew stores for the winner I'm not going to be
"university georgia" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Two thousands with the rise of Paul Coverdale and and the next wave of Next Iteration of Republicans in Georgia. Suddenly what you had is Republicans getting into runoffs and and winning big in two thousand two. It all came crashing down with Sonny Perdue beating Roy Barnes You had you had sexually chambliss in his race against Max uh-huh no it. Was it Martin. He was running against A. What was it Martin? I think for his reelection to the Senate after having beat Max Cleland a win into a runoff in Saxby be dominated and it was the libertarian. Foil was pushing run offs into clear Republican versus Democrat Racist. Republicans started winning and Stacey Abrams would not have won a run-off now here is polluted fact on this voter suppression claim in Georgia. And by the way you should know pull the fact is a left wing. Organization hires a bunch of reporters who resent like hell that you don't believe the press and so now they call themselves political act and they give themselves the veneer of truthfulness when they really have earned it but nonetheless here we go several Democrats running for president said in the November debate that voter suppression was to blame for Stacey Abrams narrow loss loss in the Georgia governor's race in two thousand eighteen. Senator Cory Booker said during the debate in Atlanta. That right here in this great state of Georgia it was the voter suppression particularly of African American communities. That prevented us from having governor. Stacey Abrams right now two of his opponents Bernie Sanders and amy klobuchar mentioned voter suppression or purges as a factor is is not just voter suppression. which cost the Democratic Party governorship here of the state not just denying black people people of color the right to vote but we also have a system through citizens united which which allows billionaires to buy elections Sanders said? I have led the way on voting and I can tell you right now once solution that would make a huge difference in the state would be to allow allow every kid in the country to register to vote when they turn eighteen if we had a system like this and we did something about gerrymandering and we stopped the voting purges and we did something significant -nificant about making sure. We don't have money in politics from the outside. Stacey Abrams would be the governor of the state right now by the way in Georgia. We have motor-voter. Id when you get your driver's license. Your signed signed up. If you get your driver's license under sixteen when you get to eighteen in you get an adult license. You get signed up to vote now. Here is what bullet fact says as we previously found it. Is it possible to prove any election lower policy. Georgia cost Abrams her narrow loss. Abrams lost by almost fifty five thousand votes in arrays with record turnout for midterm race. The claim is a good talking but the evidence is missing. Says University Georgia political scientist Charles Bullock. Kim Hip made some controversial decisions. That probably hurt Democrats overall. But it's difficult to determine exactly how. Many people were prevented from voting. Daniel to codgy who teaches electrical Ohio State University told affect the only really honest answer. Is that no one knows for sure. How much voting was depressed by the alleged acts of voter suppression? He said Kip drew scrutiny. For high numbers of voters removed from the voter rolls during his tenure because they skipped previous elections and had no contact with elected officials by the end of two thousand seventeen. Six hundred. Seventy thousand awesome. People are about ten percent of voters were removed from the rolls the state flag fifty three thousand registrations as part of a two thousand seventeen law that requires exact matches of four person based based on a state and social security record. The Associated Press found in the majority of those flag voters were African Americans. Mismatch is occurred over differences the smallest missing hyphens. We can't know how many mini eligible voters would have showed up in cast ballots for Abrahams if they were not removed or confused by blaming voter suppression for Abrahams loss. Democrats ignore other factors in her uphill battle. She ran in a state where Republican dominated state wide races for decades while calling for more gun control expanding healthcare and decriminalizing certain drug offenses. Her message appealed to minorities orgies and infrequent voters but Kim who boasted he could round up criminal illegals in his pickup truck. One more conservative parts of the state the focus on voter purges also emits that voter under registrations surged under Kip outpacing population growth critics of claims about voter suppression point out the Georgia had record turnout. fivethirtyeight create a website that analyzes election statistics found that an estimated fifty five percent of eligible voters exercised their right to vote about twenty one points higher. The the state's nineteen eighty to two thousand fourteen midterm average. So the turnout. If you take the average turnout from nineteen eighty to two thousand fourteen. Gene the turn out in Georgia in two thousand eighteen was twenty one point tire real hard to say that there was voter suppression given that but the Democrats want to cling to mythology. They need to clean to. They need to cling to mythology because because they've got a nurse grievances they have to nurse grievances because that is their path forward to get back into office. It is unfortunate that in Georgia. We're at a point where we have a budget. Democrats trying to make people angry to win elections but I think that goes largely directly to The point I made yesterday that Republicans need to be mindful. As we've got this grievances nursing are seen by the Democrats that the Republicans can have a positive message. Well let's say hypothetically let's say hypothetically apathetically Kelly Loftier the WNBA a franchise owner business executive. She's the nominee in Georgia. What should her message be? I gotTa tell you. I don't think it should be that. The Democrats are going to wreck. Everything and the Democrats are socialist and screw screw the Democrats. That are Sir I think would Kelly lofter's message or any Republicans message what David produced message for reelection should be is we have a really good economy. We have low unemployment. We have the highest number of people in Georgia working. Ever we have a government that is functioning and stay out of our way. We have a government that is deregulating. We have a government that is doing the minimal necessary. Sorry to keep things going while allowing us to take our destiny into our own hands and what the democratic solution is more government more interference and more regulation relation that will drive up costs to businesses. It will drive up your taxes and it will increase the likelihood that you lose your job. So you're making take the Democrats but you really make it about your record. Low floor as a business. Executive has an argument that she knows what it takes to keep the economy going joining the Democrats. Don't whoever the Democrat is who runs against her or any of the other. Republicans is going to be a Democrat who more likely than not has been a long time in elected elected office Living off taxpayers. And I think having a successful business woman Would actually be an interesting contrast there to make make the case that in fact Georgia can take care of Georgia. We don't need Washington to get your take care of Georgia. In fact a Washington taking care of Georgia would not be a good would thing in large part because Washington taking care of Georgia would mean. Georgia can't take care of itself. There's your message if you're a Republican running in Georgia in twenty twenty honey. This is a message not about Donald Trump. This is a message about those individuals and undoubtedly the media and the Democrats will try to tie any any republican particularly David Perdue to Donald Trump. And David Purdue has signaled he's okay being tied Donald Trump but purdue like all these other other people. He's got a winning message on his own he doesn't need to be tied to Donald Trump He voted for tax cuts that simulated the economy put more money in your pocket that kept the economy firing green while the rest of the world is slowed down and if the Democrats get an office that's GonNa go away the economy's going to slow down and you're going to be out of a job the end he's got a great message. What is the democratic message? The Democratic message is Donald Trump bad and we need more government. It's a hard mess. Listen Donald trump bad is not a hard message A lot of people disliked the president. You may love the president. A lot of people dislike the president. But when you've got a Republican running saying hey this isn't about Donald Trump. This is about Georgia. And what's best for Georgia and what's best for Georgia is keeping the president's tax cuts even if you don't like the President what's best for Georgia is keeping the the deregulatory positions of the trump administration. If you don't like the president what's best for. George is having more conservative justices and judges. Who aren't going to impose their values on Georgia even if you don't like Donald Trump? What's best for Georgia is is having a robust economy That can withstand a global economic slowdown. And that's from trust president trump's policies. You may not like president trump but like the results of a strong economy and tax cuts. They got wiggle room in this. What we saw in Louisiana what we saw Kentucky what we saw in Virginia what we saw in Mississippi is that Republicans who run on their own platform with their own? Message are still doing well because fundamentally while in the suburbs a lot of voters don't like the president they still consider themselves conservative. So make concerned don't make a raw raw trump message. Do not listen to me if what are you. People is the Senate nominee listening right now. This is my advice to you. Do Do not make twenty twenty about the president. Do not make it about standing with the president. Do not make it raw for the president. Do not do that. What you have to do is make it about yourself your your issues your values your platform your message Your thoughts on keeping the economy strong Louisiana. It worked in Kentucky worked in Mississippi. It worked in Virginia. It worked all of the candidates who ran in all of those states who made it about their platform their agenda their message economy one all of the candidates to make about standing with the president rather president had the presence backstop impeachment lost Matt. Bevin lost What's his name in? Louisiana lost in Mississippi a couple of the Republicans lost their longtime house seats. Because they didn't have a message of the president in Virginia was very interesting if you look at the Republicans at the state legislature the the ones who ran aggressively on local issues one the ones who ran on Donald trump lost voters in suburbs. Don't like Donald Trump right now. You may like him but suburban voters overall dolt. Your anecdote is not data. My neighbors neighbors sons Postman's milk delivery person loves DONALD TRUMP. I don't care about your second kissing cousins neighbor one to remove whatever son's girlfriend's boyfriend. Whatever what I care about is is the data anecdote is data put together thousands and thousands of anecdotes and suddenly you have data and what the thousands thousands and thousands and thousands of anecdotes put together as data called statistical accurate polling show? Is that suburban women in particular. Don't like the president but guess what they like. They love their 401K's they love their husbands. 401K's they loved that their children are moving into the basement and getting jobs in so there's your message. Republicans your 401k is doing well you have a good pay job. Your children are finally after all of these years leaving your basements moving into apartments and themselves getting jobs..
"university georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"It's Atlanta United the five stride shut out Philadelphia union two mil to advance to next week's Eastern Conference final against Toronto FC here in Atlanta at Mercedes Benz stadium NBA hawks opened the season with a one seventeen one hundred win over the pistons the home opener is tomorrow night against the magic at State Farm arena the coach Kirby smart reports presented on WSB by delta keep climbing coach it's Friday would you and your staff have the opportunity get out tonight see some high school football absolutely will have coaches going from all over the country we go out pretty much every Friday night somewhere but we try to stay local when we have games to because our our players this is the opportunity to go really anywhere foreign while if we get someone interested in the university Georgia further away we shoot him out and they able to get back in get back to work on Saturday Sunday but they get out on Friday night when kids look up on the sideline and they see you or coach coli or coach Pittman it has to have an impact on yeah I think the national brand we've been able to acquire the years of success is is it's helped us in recruiting people I did a file with Georgia when you have the most televised games in the country last couple years against Notre Dame is C. champions Alabama national chip chip gets Albany's people know people recognize the brand and they want to be part of that winning pedigree and also will be part of our university were academics from top that's a Kirby smart report I'm chucked out all the Georgia Bulldogs sports network celebrate Halloween with dressed up doughnuts from Duncan like the split between Halloween spider doughnut trick or treat are you a little bit old to be trick or treating no this is so it's just a really good costume anyway I hear you're giving up Duncan spider donuts didn't I just see you with your kid no that was just the my friend is it working run the Duncan Allman today for the Halloween spider don't get ten Munchkins doughnut hole treats for two dollars America runs on Dunkin this.
"university georgia" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Going down we got the lady that are real in the buildings they can and one is a power one of six Regis. Regis. started off. can you. well it's been nine you and there's no issues me something. Regis. all you hear about one of the eggs and the candy morning Hey we only congratulate because you know there's a lot of negativity going on in the world here on this show we like to focus on the positive vibrations get India high frequency fires are making the world a better place one good deed at a time yes is the power plays club we show a plate love yeah yeah yeah and today we're inducting on hold. full of people yes the university of Georgia fan they stayed a huge. are there the opposing team's coach is white of Arkansas state so went down this past week with the university of Georgia football team all war he to honor the wife coach Blake Anderson his wife actually passed away last month from her two year fight against breast cancer and and the same actually say it has been a really a motion a week I just say publicly one of the class fees moves I've ever seen it's hard to truly prepare for something like that I also would like all of those who showed up today wearing that pain thank you they don't know my wife and they don't know me and they didn't have to do it I'm grateful and honored and obviously over well that's commendable may I mean because obviously we know there's a lot of competition especially when it comes to the game of football it how it's football specifically you really just show up and read heavy for your team but all the people a university of Georgia it wasn't about team that day was about humanity is a beautiful situation so I had to say sat out to everybody that participated at the game university Georgia verses Arkansas state you guys are truly shining we salute you and I case employers because all the all in one place car to their Thai university is in a male baby. we. the main. text message. one. right. just to get back online. sh we engine mails going. we can. they get a more is about one oh six. morning then I have a little more and.
"university georgia" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"So they take out a lot of worlds well they haven't come surely agreements limiting about some schools is a school called the college of the Ozarks I think it's in Missouri I'm not sure there is no tuition gonna find economic record when you go there you have to work the entire college is staffed by students at the dorms at the cafeteria on the work force the most loans at the hotels and motels around town at the janitorial positions and you may not like it twenty percent of you are going to be a route going to be required to stay there for Christmas vacation and work on a rotating basis for thanksgiving Easter new year's summers when you come out you don't have any debt so why can't more and more schools look into this I don't know my guess is probably because of politics and unions that will allow them to there are schools have been doing this for a long time university of Miami Wyoming is always studying how to make it easier for kids to get through school Arkansas tech university Georgia military college Chadron state college examples a probable accessible affordable education by keeping their in state tuition hello I read the other day the universe of Alabama is recruiting in South Carolina very heavily why because out of state students pay more tuition in state.
"university georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Tomorrow and Wednesday around ninety four right now it's seventy six on Peachtree street I'm meteorologist Kirk Wallace W. SP back to the morning drive in nineteen delayed what's going on or okay I like what I see on the southern suburbs got seventy five six seventy five and I. eighty five you're rolling toward downtown Atlanta your only only slight Breitling delays on seventy five north then leaving highway nineteen forty one to the perimeter another day of America's Mar the crowd that we have enjoyed having into town but causing concern on the connector will leave after today so we're seeing the early portion of downtown Atlanta on the northbound side of the connector for one sixty six of the I. twenty eighty five four hundred and seventy five all sorting the slope with rightly now forming on the connector south near Georgia tech product in early two five north and east about stopping going from how well parkway tough it's a lazy values in the cloverleaf seventy five crash off to the right over in the gore around cleverly adding to the delays house outlook mark two eighty five north flows into camp cutting out leaving Glenwood road going to stall off to the side it lord so high with the big back up though approaching spaghetti junction it's jammed westbound approaching ninety five all the way to Peachtree Dunwoody road we got roadwork ramping from two eighty five west the outer loop on the Peachtree Dunwoody one convenience ship delivers fresh groceries and household essentials all from stores you trust in as soon as one hour visit shipped that's S. H. I. P. T. dot com today triple team traffic WSB mafia plants retirement turns out to the best place to do so right here in north Georgia according to southern living magazine Athens in Blue Ridge to the best cities in the south to retire the magazine mentions happens famous music scene of course all things Bulldogs university Georgia always entertainment opportunities there as well as cultural influence Georgia.
"university georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Six to seven when I received a specialist and was your experience, any better any different. It was a bit better in, in the effect that I actually went to a dorm that was not a freshman, dorm. I was at Creswell and I've found. Later that Chris was really the name Mira Creswell was the first woman though, she was white the first woman to get a degree at the university of Georgia. I don't know if you knew that, but Cresswell dorm was named after her, and there, I didn't have to have the you see at at the off. I will Myers Charlene. And I both had this little tiny kitchen. And I said, I didn't come here to cook. So didn't use the kitchen, but we haven't severed bathroom, we didn't have to associate with the other girls and it's Creswell and I didn't have a telephone in my room. The admires. But at will there was a Bank of phones in the hallway and there was a communal bathroom, and I noticed that, oh, if I came in to take a shower, some of them was screwed out and others. Didn't. So it was it was getting better. I'll have to see it that way. How did you not end up? Totally embittered by your experience at UGA. I was self selected. I chose to do that. And I thought I can't blame anyone else because this was my choice. I had I had relatives who live close to Athens in Monroe. But when I was going back and forth to home in back to Athens, I would never stop at their home because I did not want anything to happen to them at the ant living that area, but since I was self selected. I felt I can take whatever they give and after I finished and I was forgotten for thirty eight years during that time I was I was doing my career I was doing my job, which I dearly love as I'm sure you love yours. And it it just after awhile. I really forget about UGA because they forgot about me that I was not bitter. How were you rediscovered? Dr daniels. Call me that Daniels was then professor in the school of social work, he called and ask. Asked me if I was indeed, the first black to get a degree, and I said, yes, I was. And he told me that he had he was doing a documentary on Horace ward, who is actually the first black to apply to the university Georgia, but they sent him to the army, so he couldn't go he got his degree. I think at northwestern but at any rate, he said that he had interviewed Donald Hollowell, who was Charlene and Hamilton's chief counsel and Jesse hill was a Civil Rights Act of, and they have both told him that I was the first to get a degree and he had not known that though he was teaching on campus. And he did his research found that it was true. And I was discovered today is a very special occasion for each of you. It's also significant for you, and for the university because in addition to your degrees, today, we confer tonight, only the seventy ninth honorary doctorate degree in the universe. History. And we do so this evening upon most deserving recipient with provos Moorhead and Dr MAURICE Daniels, the dean of the school of social work who has played an important role in helping write about the significant impact a Mary Francis early on the university of Georgia and on education in the great state of Georgia..
"university georgia" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"They muscle memory. You know, like how far like you're supposed to drive like oh dry for like thirty meters. And now it's time to like get tall and get to my max speed. If you go to you're going to Georgia next year. Yes. University georgia. Okay. If Kirby smart says, hey, Matthew, I need some help wide receiver football. I don't know. It'd be hard to decline that. But I think that I don't think I would do. Well, I'm not that big. I'm like. Six foot. It doesn't matter as fast as you are if they don't catch you Matthew. It doesn't hurt. That is true. I don't know. Maybe I have to think about it. It would be great. If you just showed up at full practice and didn't tell anybody just as a walk on. And then you just started running. Yeah. That would be interesting. Hey, congrats on it and good luck. Georgia and continued success. Thank you, really. Appreciate it. That's Matthew bowling high school kid ran a nine nine wind aided though. Like the haters win aided. I'm going. Okay. Anybody that with the wind? Yeah. If you give me enough wind I could run a nine nine eight. I I need to win at downhill as well like an ice thirty degree downhill pitch. I need the wind going against my competitors. And the wind behind me, and you see this kid now, he's a novelty here. You know, because he's white. There's a novelty there, it's it's rare. But when you see him, I remember a Craig James when Craig James was in highschool and Craig James, the former NFL and college.
"university georgia" Discussed on The Big 98
"Casino. It is lady antebellum, Dave Charles Hillary, actually, David Charles yelled known each other for how we nineteen ninety three and Augusta Georgia. We were both hands. So we were both thirty six thirty seven thirty six thirty seven thirty seven. Dave Dave, always played in the the youth group band. And and so we would go, you know, what it was and we go, and I was like he's really talented, and we didn't start really trying to write songs until randomly one night. It we both went to university Georgia and start writing some in. You know, he lived with a buddy of mine too that we were all friends together. And we try to write a song. We've said it before it was called carpet. The is on vacation. That was our first song. Question. What does that mean carpet the day? I know that he's on vacation. He does not want to seize the day that day. It was really defeat. Let's just say there was about two hundred really bad songs for met you. So thank you for entering our world. That's what I wanted to ask is Hillary when you met Charles day one of your first impressions of. We're going to be the trio together or was it like these guys. I don't know. It all started out really riding together. Feeling like we creatively clicked? So well, I mean, the first one we ever wrote is called all we'd ever need. It's on our debut album. And I'll never forget how often to the house. They all Renton and and fat down at the piano. David and started singing in Charleston. The first line of the course, and I literally finished the line just like we'd been writing together for years. And so those just meant to be just this organic connection and how I felt about them. How still feel about them is is. No, it's there was a chance probably gonna figure star my own. But I don't know. I feel like I truly in that moment. Creatively clicked on a deeper level than I ever had before with with two individuals. And also now thirteen years later, they're the brothers on never had. Crazy in. Breaking news to self with the stars follow Cody L on Twitter, Instagram..
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"university georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"News coming to you late tonight because I was presiding over the inaugural festivities at Georgia Tech earlier today, very big deal for Brian Kemp, a huge university Georgia fan to be sworn in at Georgia Tech, but had happen in in Atlanta, Constitution and all of that. I want to spend a few moments before I take your phone calls. I am beat. I've been I've got three and a half hours of sleep last night and had to be at the thing at six fifteen this morning. Had to come up from making find a hotel room, which was not easy to do with the legislature convening today. And so I will rely on your phone calls at four zero four eight seven zero seven five zero one eight hundred WSB talk before I get there though, I want to spend just a couple moments on the Russia's story. The New York Times is reporting that the FBI we've known all along those of us who paid attention that. This was always a counterintelligence investigation. It was never criminal investigation by the FBI morphed into something criminal, but it started as a counterintelligence investigation to how Russia. Interfered with the American election, and the key here is that Russia wanted all sides fighting as so that we would be distracted by the feuds amongst ourselves and the Russians could have some leeway to stretch their legs. Now, the New York Times wants you to know that after Donald Trump fire James Komi, the FBI began looking into the question of whether Donald Trump was a Russian plant whether he was in the pocket of the Russians. And I I will tell you that there are times Donald Trump does things where I think maybe the tape Israel. I mean, he he he does some some things that I'm just a questionable like, for example. Taking the translator's notes from his time with former Putin. Listen, y'all I I don't care what your position is on the president. I think we all need to acknowledge that the media loves the Russia story. The Democrats are convinced the man is a tool of Ladimir Putin, and sometimes he behaves in ways that gives them reason to believe so where if he didn't do these things they wouldn't be able to. They would make it so easy autumn. There's a problem there. All that said, though, all of that said. Here's my unifying theory of twenty eight or twenty sixteen both sides. So hated and distrusted the other that they were not only willing to believe the worst. But they were able and willing to do whatever they could to stop the other person because they believe the worst. In Donald Trump's case. The people around him only came pay drill were convinced Hillary was evil incarnate that she had. Ordered men to die had been Ghazi that she was willfully corrupt in that. She would stop it. Nothing to win. In. So they were willing because they believe she was willing to stop at nothing to win. They were willing to stop at nothing to defeat her in that included collaborating with Wiki leaks, an outlet of the Russians and others. Not WikiLeaks, comma and an outlet of the Russians comma and others but WikiLeaks, which is an outlet of the Russians whether or not the Trump campaign knew it. They were willing to do what they needed to do to stop Hillary because they were convinced she was willing to do whatever she needs to do to win. On the democratic side, Barack Obama and the Clintons and the Democrats and the leadership of the FBI hated the very idea of Donald Trump. And when word began circulating that there looks like there might have been people on the Trump team who had reached out the Wiki leaks, which is a tool of the Russians then oh is Donald Trump collaborating with Russians and instead of eluded? Nah. There's no way the man's in American. They believe the worst about Donald Trump. And so they were willingly led to investigate this as a counterintelligence investigation into Donald Trump being a stooge of Russia and everything that they've done in every piece of evidence has come by them. They reviewed from the standpoint of believing the worst about Donald Trump never giving him the benefit of the doubt in the same way. Donald Trump's campaign never gave Hillary Clinton the benefit of the doubt. And so here we are now where the FBI launched a counterintelligence investigation into the president of the United States because the leadership at the FBI, the the Democrats involved in the investigation inside the FBI, and we do know there are a number of them who were partisan Democrats. They believe the worst about Donald Trump to begin with. They were absolutely convinced. The Donald Trump was working with the Russians. And so when he fire James Komi over the Russian investigation proof.