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"university minnesota" Discussed on KTRH
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"university minnesota" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"From the progressive insurance studios bread Heller progressive makes it easy to compare quotes to get a great rate with the home quote explore only at progressive dot com we already know Ohio state's going to the big ten championship game next weekend we don't know who they're going to play will find out a little later this afternoon Wisconsin and Minnesota as they fight for Paul Bunyan's axe the golfers the home team today P. J. Fleck Steve open row the boat right to the first big ten championship game we're doing everything we said we could do that with everybody else that we could do we're pick six in the west now everybody else thought we could do but what we felt we could do with this football team because no special they were bad the team's grown up in front of our eyes Anderson a new expectations at university Minnesota and that's my job to make sure that that happens one hundred twenty ninth meeting between Minnesota and Wisconsin each team is one sixty times with a tie the eighty four the iron ball coming up a little later from Jordan hare stadium Auburn and Alabama the Crimson Tide won't be going to the SEC championship game but Nick savings club still with a lot to play for you know a lot comes down to this game it's kind of a season with them this season so to speak and I think if you have to explain that to your team or your players they don't really know what's going on in football mag Jones will get the start for the Crimson Tide his third career start but first one coming on the road coming up tonight number six Utah will host Colorado the use of one seven in a row but Kyle winning hands club needs one more when you get to the pac twelve championship game for the second year in a row has been a very good season so far but we're not losing focus and we've got more work ahead of us we know there's things that we got to take care of and so I guess once last time somebody did it on also you know thought maybe order what you got it done this year slipped up so I can remember when the last time a team went through undefeated as speaking of organ that loss last week to Arizona State knocking them out of the playoff fun but Oregon already going to be in the back to a championship game could face you talk to you to be Colorado.
"university minnesota" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"For my brother Brian while he's on his medical leave good morning glad you're here it's eight forty three I don't know if you saw this weekend Katie but Bernie Sanders and Rasheeda to leave were in Detroit and they were doing a little campaign stop in there doing it at the grocery store and for some reason they decided that they didn't want to have products behind them because they look like they're endorse them so they completely cleared the shelves so here they were talking about how great their system you know how great the United States is going to be when they're in power standing in front of empty store shines I I do not understand who went yeah good do you know what brought this will be great optics yes this you know what if I could picture a backdrop for this it's empty shelves you know maybe somebody on the right having a great time Mike you wonder that for that there's an infiltrator but you know what as somebody who worked at trader Joe's I can tell you how easy it is to just reverse the front it's called the front face of the the shelf the general any you just turn around at least install products on the shelf might be labeled but it's better than bearing shelves looking like it just looking like their store just got looted in the middle of the apocalypse or look like you're in Venezuela yeah there you go well I guess you can see how much things are on the shelves behind me why then and now they're all lining up with Bernie Sanders Ilan Omar was at a speech in Minnesota's Williams arena university Minnesota Williams arena and they actually had to move the events because there were so many people they say were involved or should I say there were so many people they bust in for this event they were going to be at the Northrup auditorium which holds about three thousand people they moved it to the Williams arena and yeah great move but the problem is as you look at pictures of this rally the entire second Jack and third decker completely empty and it's just people on the floor so it didn't come anywhere close to being capacity crowd of this thing what's more important is the fact what's ill hot Maher said she endorsed Sanders accusing the US of genocide and she said I am beyond honored and excited for a president who will fight against western imperialism and fight for a just world I am excited for president Bernie Sanders which were like huh Ranson imperialism you talking about apparently I guess you know she's worried about us F. ending China all all over right sorry that I went to China is on track and unchecked aggression yeah that that was it got bumped down on my priority lists are own my family now this story's find finally justice in the NFL Cleveland Browns played the Broncos yesterday and there's a safety the place for the juror for the clean brown's by the name of Jermaine Whitehead right after the game a couple of people including one sports reporter made a comment about how he played which wasn't very good and comment from the reporter was a kid you basically tackle at some points and this guy went off this Jermaine Whitehead the safety for the Cleveland Browns went off on this guy and within fifteen minutes Jermaine Whitehead his Twitter account was suspended because he was making physical threats against people amazing how fast they suspended his Twitter account ID cnet yeah and it's amazing how fast the Cleveland Browns cut him this morning yes he's no longer in the NFL what just you know you want to talk about blowing an opportunity my gosh what is this yeah I mean this is I mean you know what the way the NFL is now they're not looking for anybody who's going to be a problem they're trying to avoid problems they don't want the headline those yeah because they've seen it too much and it takes away so much from the team well and and I mean just look at look at the NFL in general let's look at the entire league look at how many fans they've alienated yeah you know just based off of you know a Capper neck and whatever he's you know whatever his look stupid gonzo agenda is and then you know you have all these people that are are completely alienated from the team that they love so they're losing viewership tickets beer sales yeah you name it they're losing yeah absolutely another one that kinda lost it so to speak you know maybe it worked in high school at McDonald's and you know it's kind of fun you had a good crew lot of fun people on their guys you guys and girls went to school with you can always thought that girl who did the French fries is kind of cute so you always wanted to ask around well it's a bad idea to do that in the C. E. O. of McDonald's found that out the hard way he has been terminated from the company been thrown off the board of directors for having a improper but consensual relationship with an employee isn't isn't this the day that the first day of CEO school don't they teach you this well I mean the first name C. E. O. school and you're not just a CEO you are the CEO of the biggest fast food chain in the world like you should be teaching the C. E. O. class yeah no your basically being a shoot out of your own position because you can't yeah black of a better term keep it in your pants and even though it in his pants even though it was a consensual relationship yeah you still can't do that okay your CEO of a company yes I know you help ways the workers pay I know you double the company's profits but I'm sorry you can't do that now now that that's off the table calmly isn't state do you just keep your hands to yourself but we've all been taught that since we were little just when I was in I was caught in high school one of my bosses said it best you don't get your honey where you get your money okay it's just a good rule to have that as a way more purer version that I was gonna go cleaning my mind rhymes with with hit and eat so wow while Brad made a way to express my well that will cool you know there's there's different ways to say it everybody's going through their own version of it in their heart right now speaking of Lafayette a.
"university minnesota" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"So you're placing your own implants and restoring them. I've been placing implants since nineteen eighty five. So so basically, so basically, what would you tell young kids are coming out of these schools like your daughter Rachel's, he's gonna come out of that AT still shoes never will have place a single implant? So their question to you is how do I learn how to place implants, do I? Pick a system I a teacher mentor. What welcome up that stairway. How they can go from graduating. You know, what I would what I would do first of all getting out of dental school, and I did not do this. And that's why I'm telling these students find some mentors. Not just one finds some various mentors that you can spend some time with I gladly. I'm right close to the university of Minnesota, and I have university Minnesota students come over look over the shoulder, and, you know, spent some time in the office to try to get an idea if this is some type of practice that they like to to be involved with or you know, down the road if that's the type of practice light to do. I get the opportunity to lecturer there for the and so the students get to see some of the wacko things that I do. And consequently kind of peak some of their interests they show up at my office that to take a look at what what the heck mal Trude is doing, and it's fun to see those young minds, and I'll tell you they're they're they're good young minds out there. And I it's fun talking with them. And you know, they're learning different than United. I mean, like, you said we in fact, you, and I were at panky together, you probably don't even more. It was. Brand report. Back. Then you're Hugh, get your stuff done in any. You're going doing the rand report. So then get a spend as much time down there with his I thought would help that hotel across the street that resort that was right on the ocean. This the what the Semesta semester, I bet. So I lived in that place for six weeks. It was so fun. I took my accent four baby blaze, and they'd play on that beach all day cheeseburgers in the sand. And that that was that was good times..
"university minnesota" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Updated status on this is but a man who was the focus of a marathon police standoff in a hotel near the university minnesota released a woman monday night about twenty one hours after the incident began now this this is different from when i read this earlier so this is this is an updated story she is safe and has now speaking to investigators you spokesman chuck tom burge said monday night the suspect was still in the room negotiating with officers from the u minneapolis st state patrol and brooklyn park he said the standoff played out throughout the day monday on the east bank were students and guests went about their business despite closed roads in a large police presence early on authorities would only say one suspect a man and another person were in a six four room on the graduate hotel at six one five washington avenue southeast since midnight sunday police would not say it was a hostage situation or whether the man was armed and i get why they wouldn't say that but by virtue of the fact that they did just kicked down the door and take away clearly it was a hostage situation and clearly he was arved it's not like he was sitting in there it all with with a with pointing his finger at her head and you know there was no threat and the and the his fia and they just decided they were going to talk with them for a day no that's not how how this went down even mark i i don't know if that's not in the article the hotel which is in stadium village and surrounding businesses were operating as normal that's a weird aspect of this story high near little that that's kind of odd students came and went from an adjacent appleby's restaurant and starbucks coffee a few hotel guests were evacuated but the hotel remained open he said tom bridge yeah i mean if i'm a pair of granted you know he talking about adult kids in ah gone to college but if i'm an apparent one of these kids i'm not happy about the fact that the i mean was there a tech sent out as kind thing and myself just in general what at that age is i would be upset not being able.
"university minnesota" Discussed on The Energy Gang
"So continuing with the unconventional history it a lot of people in our industry went to school for computer science our engineering you got an mfa in writing tell us about when we were up to in college and then what you were doing immediately after germs or so i did i started out i was going to fomer mothers for its though i went to university minnesota originally and um as a biology merger and i guess is you find when you're starting out in college and to take the courses in meeting the other people that you're going to be worth for the uh that journey it just by the you know the third semester there it was really just not feeling like the right fit and all of my english and humanities choruses were really clicking i was just having a fantastic time with them and doing a lot of writing and reading um and it just it finally i could feel the shift occur and i was like you know what i'm going to be an english major i wanna i want to pursue a career in in uh literature and writing and so i did i chains schools i went to us and honored university in austin texas so chain schools changed sides of the country everything and um had fantastic experience loved it and i got undergraduate degree in english and writing and i think what i i ambition then was really around like science writing so thinking at some point um i would either be successful novelist students yeah with sort of science influencing that or writing for science magazine or something like that and and using those skills and i went uh that brought me to graduate school then add emerson um in boston and i got an mfa and creative writing uh but it also there had an exposure to literature and and publishing so it's kind of a three point three pronged agree and that's where really just like i think what happens a lot of times in life there's coincidences in luck that really.
"university minnesota" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Mean it's just huge public health emergency and this an answer keys this professor at university minnesota he came up with this idea that it he and mark heck's did the ones from harvard said it was it was saturated fat and cholesterol that cause heart disease and so that's that's when that whole ipods this was born and it became enshrined as policy federal government gets on board in nineteen eighty and that's the beginning of our dietary guidelines for now the whole country is not only avoiding saturated fat and cholesterol but also at this point all of fat suspects league is like just cut back on all fat and that was a different reason that's because fat is is just as denser it has more calories per gram and has about nine calories per gram versus protein and um and fat which have and so yes protein carbohydrate which have about four five calories per gram so it was just thought prudent look one way to keep people thin is just to keep their calories down we can do this just by reducing fat because fat is has more calorie dense so now were all nine little fat diet and more voiding saturated fat and cholesterol and the new the government is enormously powerful and so um as i you know and so it's not just that all americans are given this diet all dr everybody every every health professional on the front line every dietician every medical doctor every nutritionist is pushing this lowfat diet but all cattle across the country are bred to be leaner the whole food supply changes rate foods all sorts of lowfat foods appear in the supermarkets everything goes lowfat and people dramatically changed the way they eat i mean just to give you some numbers sake we eat 34 percent less beef than we did nineteen seventy we that 25 percent less red meat overall wheat 79 percent less home milk we you know we that i think about nineteen percent less animal fats all together eggs are down i mean everything all animal foods came down and we dramatically increase grains we eat 30 percent more coverage of carbohydrates overall forty percent more greens almost.
"university minnesota" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"At the family business and then at a younger brother who played imposed in montana who is twenty one now and he uh played junior and boesman and then i gotta stepbrother who's playing division three hockey right now he's a goalie and he's twenty two um and then i got a step stepbrother who is sixteen and he's playing quoque hey high school hockey uh get old minnesota connection there and then i got to step sister who did play hockey but she's at fashion school and at the university of minnesota and then i am twenty two so i'm the middle one and i played hockey corpus christi so we're a busy busy busy family so weston you're from minnesota or at least bio says your from minnesota in one of the most epic things in all of hockey is the minnesota high school hair hockey team have you ever wanted to be a part of that or were you ever a part of that y'all in what might be a part of it now we can accomplish it just because we had to deal with the out with some very good high school teams in our section like duluth east uh up in the north there and grand rapids where you have a lotta top players uh you know play um in the best teams in the nation like we have a bunch of guys university invesco maha you know university minnesota duluth up there uh north dakota so we only had three college commits on her game and then everyone else was about six or seven so uh you know it was just a dream for me to be on a hockey here team just because the way it set up in all houses see termination i didn't organize the whole minnesota connection uh when i when i mean that is all the missile to high school hockey teams all the minnesota uh fan various uh comes in watches uh you know there's twenty thousand people at the st miss so say high school he chairman in two honestly the best feeling ever just go watch high school iraqi you you mentioned that you brothers in the family business what's the family business how we distribute alcohol so we're we're the middle man i go we we uh we get um alcohol from uh you know the the corporate and the.
"university minnesota" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"And here's a i don't know if this is gonna be affected but people are centralist don't like the chargers it's a huge rivalry going to san diego of its raiders already buddy the everybody's reiter fans there or even re old school rams fans but people don't let the chargers this is a nightmare for the chargers they go to la a year after the rams staked claim of la right right so la's been nydia team nydia team needing a team la rams goh staked claim of it charges i kept were come into a year late dollarshort smallest stadium kenyan sell it out i don't know man i think san diego people argue i probably kind of pissed off their don't to drive up to la filled rivers withdrawn what three and a half hours for his practice or whatever i don't know this is a bad look but the businessmen of the nfl fin that's not going to fly i don't care what he says what's up vips it's even more embarrassing because if you think about the minnesota vikings in their stadium collapsed they went to university minnesota stadium in sold it out when it was below thirty two degrees by the way if i had a punt they're out a fucking kilts an dropping an ice law see you later amati here i'm hurt porta ham i walk out there with those little tennis rackets on my feet what they're playing the la galaxy i'd like twenty five thousand and twenty six thousand fans and i before in the nearly charges play nearly twenty one thousand again is right next to mexico soccer this is author of media you but now you got the nfl directly squaring off against the mls in a very very like.
"university minnesota" Discussed on WDRC
"To allies argue diversity he studied islamic sciences and arabic language he got a fourth be a nma at the islamic university of minnesota the islamic university minnesota you hit what's going on in this country he is currently a p h these student at the islamic university of minnesota attention dhs see what their eight enemies these schools i'm so tired of hearing that conservatives are deplorables i'm so tired of hearing that people on the right are the danger to america i'm so tired of it that i'm bursting with rage at my own country that we let these animals into this country these filthy low life anti american anti freedom killing animals into this country who preach hatred you oughta hatred i'll give it back to you in spades if you'd like it this is what's going on in your country so the islamic center of davis is under little attack now that they released this video of him and they put out a statement here's the statement the islamic center of davis always stands against antisemitism similarly to how the jewish community has always stood against islamophobia in our closeknit community we have zero tolerance for antisemitism or any other form of bigotry really then why don't you deport imam amar shailene and show is that you not an islamic hater like he is you see heap quoted this prophetic tradition from his own book of life if you'd like to know about the prophetic tradition the it's very easy to fine because there is a lot of genocide preached and their tradition in case you don't know it and they did not make any apologies for us not at all instead they covered for him the nation's filled with hate you've got muslims here right in davis california praying to annihilate jews he speaks of that wonderful tonga there's arabic in my country and in this language of arabic he praised to annihilate jews down to the last jew and the dave mavis police do nothing those phonies would badges and guns the few one of the federal government should go in there and take over the davis police department if you want the middle east brought to this country if you want.
"university minnesota" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"You don't push well so much that they winning bigger fit in the stomach and one sitting and yeah it's it's still on that list and other other clam center mm much more dangerous that are on the list so i think that it's a great way to start not take the information a home as gospel but when you're looking south something up on the internet right down look at the fact that look at more than one site and also try to go to a veteran eyesight like american out of the hospital sight like the american very medical association sight like the biggest piece hey or university minnesota cut poison hotline look look for more sights set or more appropriate appropriately geared from the veteran every aspect and then one shot the information and you know that was a time to call your veterinarian about the way people sometimes called me and said i i went on the internet and this is so worried about so here's my concern x y z i did just you know research on the internet they mentioned said that mention that this these are some possibilities what do you think to make a man and then you're probably best when you look coming up the internet and the someone because he was the problem i haven't just i'm a questions in return then they do you can't hes the internet questions after you re now though paragraph when did this happen houser thought been sent housley acting defeat as he had about movement is he still drinking i mean you got to treat the big picture you got to look at that the pat when you see a dog is acting totally fine despite what it may have got a hold of then you know the worry so much or as much time as a nor the fact houston i want to put a quality veterinarian and you their name i tell you what to watch work over the next few hours however if you have a pat that did something it may be dangerous and is really acting terribly is very weak the guttural white that's what he is continually vomiting and you re something internet that looks.
"university minnesota" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"The internet had already been around for about two decades rickard reentering the guys in the net communication that were email existence but not much else and that was a universe away for computers to access information on other computers so cut to tim who is getting really tired of this problem he was a program or at the time was stearns european physics land the frustration that you know what actually every time i get the piece of paper on my desk there's attention somewhere is going on to mount with that final match so the list this so i think and left could be today to be very very cool if in fact told his dawkins period to be part of one pick and to connected match so tim and some colleagues ascent went to work building a system that what do that that would make office life easier and eight sharing on the internet possible for anyone and they called it the wool vital a but around the same time again this is the early nineties a similar system was already came in and popularity and that's system was called gopher in go person all you literally threw high opens ninety with increasing special enter your level of interest this is a some of the on the you can find over a season to navigate again using to brown that even cruz go for was ever ascending it's a us government training video of down the internet from the early nineties go for was a compass white information system from the university minnesota to watch as we were always from the last oversight in the early nineties go for it was actually take enough faster hasta then the world lead went refuse to traffic on the internet until the university of minnesota and now it's just in some cases if you're running the third them up client but maybe just a reverse murphy the university wanted to charge people to use its system to navigate the internet and but charging money the number city had signal that go for will be proprietary a completely closed system and this was fundamentally different from tim's.
"university minnesota" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"So is even seriously going to consider these terrace or aren't coming after this companies maybe not i mean it that seems consist with the strategy of a lotta bluster and he saying things that obviously appeal to the populace east goes far as i'm concerned he still running for is still running for his campaign even though it but elected president already that's very clear this week in his right back in campaign marred from the star tribune university minnesota morris professor is facebook rant sets off backlash this that there's a level of dart humor to this story professor daniel the me true readily admits but his facebook comments on immigrants for a bit of a rant but he never expected them to spread around campus much less set off a public outcry now to me true who teaches ethics and philosophy at the university minnesota morris is facing a backlash over a facebook post in which he asserted that illegal immigrants quote on average have i _q's lower than natives unquote oh she's pause there for and and let me let me go back and read the the prior paragraph he never expected he's calmest to spread around campus much last set of a public out and it then you say facebook and and will be used against you people think that it's private but it's not a it can be used against you in the court of public opinion and the court of law i give him this guy is status as a professor i hate and don't know how to react to it you're you're either training rams as to the reality of the effect that these times in comments will have or your so dollar that should probably shouldn't be in a position of influence for over other keenan beings i don't know.
"university minnesota" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Yeah but i did this falls in line with me so shallow this do but this stupid backlash just like we saw the golden books i just you know it's it's just this this stupid sort of faith outrage a even thank our h's just stupid out range that people are getting this is just the expect for years bad but just for your four years of this you know i was going to be due to how much how much do we put on this i mean how much attention do we give when we know networks do this type of stuff out of that wishing give it a time at coverage but you know chris is going to inspire them duel more i don't watch that show but and this is how they react when they have don't go their way all the sudden there aren't becomes you know they're vehicle for protest in their vehicle to speak trip to power which they never bothered to do when somebody they like happens to be in office getting back to some local news pains it's what right according article i have here in front me is a living breathing cool machine a something that immediately brought back for years of the tim brister air out for go first football fans flak thirty six years old was officially introduced as the next university minnesota head football coach friday afternoon at tcf bank stadium he comes to minneapolis from western michigan where he won over calvin zoo and led the broncos to a number fifteen national ranking with his infectious energy and to his role with the boat motto so far he's been getting i mean rave reviews and not just from producer sammy the refer people that you know actually pain going to every reviews from to some but but again there is that sort of and and it's it's kind of a distinctly minnesotan thing where you got someone who is provocative flamboyant you know is not afraid to put himself out there and say you know that he's allowed he's loud in a lotta minnesotans they don't like loud and so you know you have to come in here and and and rays all this help of are right you know so yeah the i like the maybe laugh when the story opens up with the few years.
"university minnesota" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"And female reported immediately that she had been assaulted and the law decided you know what there's not enough evidence to prosecute here they met with the players apparently they showed the police officer some video and the police officer decided you know what this doesn't look like ripped also we're not prosecuting and then d title not office of university minnesota takes a look at all the evidence a says you know what these kids can't play football anymore we're recommend explosion for some of the ten players and you have a situation where a title not i'm they don't have the same burdened to prosecute innocent until proven guilty they do not have to have a per pondering today evidence to put you behind bars to say you know what something bad happen here we don't want you at the university minnesota so there is a different burden for guilty in every sense and that left minnesota's coach tracy plays so where are trying to figure out what to do with this situation and as you guys a lot of you probably know he got fired because of the way caught in between the title night investigation in be legal investigation not quite knowing how to operate and it's an extremely difficult to space to operate an because you don't want to seem like you or enabling rape or harboring rapist on your team but the same todd if you're doing very your dude you what you want to stay enough for them you want to make it seem like they're not getting real road it and their lives are getting ruined by a false accusation and i don't know what i would do in that place the only thing that i can say is that tracy the plays tweet that he dropped on december fifteenth if this is what got him fired then i wholehearted lee understand why minnesota's athletic director more coyle did what he did today because the players threatened to boycott the holiday bowl.
"university minnesota" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"A professional psychology doesn't believe that chemical imbalance causes depression evidence for that is scant he claims really i will by the way i wanna poke all not just the second from the stories are much more convincing term the social te's oh wrote an article explained that feminist informed series of depression a more comprehensively explain depression then the chemical imbalance i props assist well avoiding marginal as a spin psychological social values or factors rather what what is that that this clown thinks the stadium's aside apart from chemistry just because some chick came up with it we are nothing but chemistry that's it way big every single one of us some is planet only are we all pick on the inside every single thing we do say think every action we take every step you take his all around chemistry straight up chemistry that's it and a lot of it is chemistry that's good going in a good way i mean you're mitochondria work and really hard using you know element told well chemistry to make sure that you can move your arms the likes of stuff like that but when things go are wry when things go crazy and you're chemistry is often that's a hundred percent to the people like to think of like that they vote to think that well you know there's something that transcends that the consciousness your consciousness is chemistry jack and if chemistry miserable arrive you might walk in a mcdonald's will weapon or chain saw make a bold statement you'll never bill take back i mean that's chemistry man and the so this guy's not is getting paid to be knots at the argos university minnesota campus scroll a professional psychology the best and actually more and i think i'm search i'm sorry but professional psychology so i college is witchcraft on many levels and even psychologist no this they are the modern day which doctors so much of a based on opinion around some guy some guy would be young stunner for i'd pick him in the it's terrifying when you look at a lot of the stuff that is except that is reality but a straight up opinion a matter of opinion and so i college is second i treat please really think about that i know you may consider so from you know some kind of i think you get a from the.
"university minnesota" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"I should say they don't know and you got twelve woman are a twelve man i sincere accused of having sex with this one woman at the some university minnesota situation twelve football players you know when we're talking about the the the strangest sexual assault for someone is say you know because i'm took kid in and brutally raped nor talking about the same them all the party all the hall there was consent that was consensual it wasn't consensual and he's a very difficult to prosecute the very difficult to investigate as well for law enforcement you know it's a he said she said you collective against there's evidence that some sort of on sexual activities well current you can determined then but the consent issue is one it is not clear and then that's very tough for the prosecutor's well on what it's a school do this case universe in minnesota and did i'm very quickly and suspended these players some of them are facing explosion the colts at the time now that the time that the the the football coach issued a statement after was learned that some of the players or suspend him in the rest of the football team got anonymous in also boycott and so they were going to play in the upcoming bowl game in holiday bowl it's a vegas december twenty seventh in san diego california that's when a staying broken the you know gonna sports news networks because they were threatening to boycott the bowl game this if that you know mattered in the situation but anyway the coach said but he was never more problems players because they stuck together so that lit the players and so we're going to boycott the bowl unless the suspensions lifted wrong answer very wrong answer the coaches response should've been i'm disappointed but the young men were part of this program that i lead didn't do the right thing in this situation didn't exercise disciplined that's what he should have said he said he was never more proud of his players because they're stuck together in this boycott you know it's is this kind of attitude the doesn't help the situations this is not the most famous case were where the situation occurred but i think third the the iconic cases the broke across case.