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"university nebraska" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Khan, Infectious disease expert Dina Public Health, You know, University Nebraska Medical Center that on the show before part of my It's weird that this is where we are in pandemic times. Have a rotation of physicians and experts and infectious disease from the University of Cincinnati. Try health, premier health and this guy for some reason, who took my call who used to oversee the CDC cilia strategic supply of stuff that somehow wasn't there. He was not on the job at the time. When all this hell happened with the cove in 19, But either way Dr Khan wants to come on. We welcome him. We'll talk to him in about 30 minutes, and it will also do maybe a little ask Dr Khan, where it's not just my questions, or Jeff cars producing the show. But yours If you want to know about vaccines or whatever you can tweet at Sterling Radio on then maybe we'll get some people lined up on the phone when the time comes and will rip through because it's not just my I got lots of questions. That's all I've ever had as a kid. You think I'm annoying now asking questions. Uh, imagine me being like, five years old. It hasn't changed a lot. I'm just taller and I drive now that's basically it And I'm like I'm on my own, trying to like, survive the world. Also Tim McGee going to join his former Bengal wide receiver who we get to hear regularly during Bangles times. Unfortunately, not this conference championship weekend with the NFL games, kicking off the pregame at two o'clock here, But he does the postgame show and sports talk stuff, which took Ludwig. But we'll talk to Tim about what he sees because he's been to these championship games before he's been to the Super Bowl, and we'll see what it's like and what he sees between this Tampa Bay game up in Green Bay. They're trying to get back to Tampa to play in their own state, which has never happened before. I wondered about that. And talking to David Purdom from ESPN Chalk on Friday night, no team has ever gotten to the Super Bowl and playing their own place. So that could be a first and I'm Tom Brady is only like 276 years old in football years. It's only a slight exaggeration. Aaron Rodgers about 182 and has just been spectacular, so that should be a good one of them. The Bills and Kansas City Holy crap, You got a team trying to get back to the Super Bowl and do it again. Concussion or otherwise, there's a lot of layers to this. We'll talk to Tim McGee about in just about an hour. I want to start, though, with something And Ah, I I've spent the last I was off yesterday. Gamble and Finn were on because there was no basketball because a covert stuff And I got some love email. I got some hate email. I'm fine with both. You can email to sterling at 700 wlw dot com. But here's the thing. So Friday night. I wasn't wrong and what I discussed and what I said in my position, But my messaging was wrong. My I got worked up. I got I was viscerally affected. By what's been going on like a lot of people. And I did not maintain my cool in my calm collective self. I got a little worked up. I arguably could have been. This chick has told me before, maybe a little bit belligerent. The podcast is there for you to listen to later and I'm man enough. To say I'm sorry. On Lee about my aggressive nature and dealing with the weirdness, not for Mike. I'm absolutely right about what? And if you're not aware because it was Friday night, maybe you have a life and you weren't driving around and you were forced because of the curfew. That's another week after 10 o'clock, you're supposed to be home huddled down safely to stay away from the virus. Maybe you missed it. I don't know. I would hope that you were here. But see, I all I can see. Is Jeff now and then 71 to my right into the left the hallway and it doesn't matter So I don't know wherever you are now in 71 75. I can't peer through the speaker. Good. I mean, I just did it, but I can't really see you. So if you did not hear the show Which is ridiculous. You should Everyone's doing it. Millions of people. Here's what part of the conversation was about. We did a lot of things. It wasn't just what I'm about to get mention here, and I'll give you a chance in the next segment to sound off on a little bit, and then I think we can package it up and put it away. I've had family. I've had friends. I've had family and in radio friend. And others approach me. And talk about these very strange days in which we're living and the conversation on. I know I'm already sick to my stomach, just starting to mention it again, but I wanted to apologize. Again, not because I was wrong, but because of the way I may be delivered the message or responded to people who were Not right. And I should be better than that. What has been presented to me. Is that for unity sake So we can all get past and get healthy and get along again. Is that it should be really no penalty for what the hell happened..
"university nebraska" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Everything else and more debt. You're like while Sterling be the prophet of doom? No, Let's just news that's factual information and a guy who knows from issues of pandemics. Infectious disease kind enough to give us some time. Former assistant surgeon general these United States also CDC drop in team wearing those crazy suits when he below was, you know, a raging in different parts of the place. People bleeding out of nasty or offices and whatnot. And Trying to keep people safe and in the thick of it in the past, early on in this cove in 19 pandemic, dealing with what I affectionately called the boat people on those cruise ships, they went to the university Nebraska Medical Center where he's the dean of public health. He knows a thing or two about infectious disease and he's always kind enough to share his insights with us and we appreciate it. He is Dr Ali Khan. Welcome back to 700 wlw was Sterling. How are you today? Interest. Darling always applies it to chat with you and your spot on only the facts here. Yes. So where are we in the We have heard good news about the vaccine, Which means that there is hope in the near or distant future. How far off are we? And what do you know of these vaccines When it comes to, um Say his side effects and all those times thanks. Perfect. So I think a good way to characterize today would be the best of times and the worst of times on the best of times is that the unprecedented Investment that the U. S. Made in vaccine with Operation walks. Speed has paid off for the first vaccine is scheduled to be reviewed by the FDA on wet on the 10th. And hopefully, if it's approved, authorized, it will be available more widely, very quickly to help care workers. There's a second vaccine that we believe will go to the FDA this month. Of December, and there's two or three waiting in the wings. So this is fabulous news and again in evidence of American ingenuity and how we approached this problem of vaccinations. We still go ahead. I'm sorry, but I just want to say I don't want to deny the fact that yesterday we saw 200,000 tragic cases in the United States and 1400 preventable deaths. So While I'm super excited about vaccines, people need to remember that until that seems a widely available there's 1000 1500. People dying every day that don't need to die if we did all the right things. So again, that's of times and most impact. Dr. Khan. We've talked about this before with other vaccines. And you've seen the study of this. This warp speed project has done amazing things. Normally, this would have taken what 5 10 years possibly for something like this. Absolutely. S o it looking at it in that fashion. I know that there was some disparity as far as keeping this vaccine once it's out there.
"university nebraska" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Be scared whether one's having to talk. Every. Every. Black Child. What white father has to give his talk about being careful if you get pulled over. It's just ridiculous and has just keeps getting. It keeps going. There's no charges. Vanna Taylor. No charges nothing. All we're asking is you live up to the constitution. That's all we're. Asking for everybody. For everyone. The. Clippers could wrap it up tomorrow night on ESPN nine eastern time that seems like such a secondary topic he talked about this speech that you have to give your kids. Obviously he's got a son in the NBA he also has a daughter that is a high performing athlete herself when they were growing up in the Orlando area. When I was down there you have a son in his twenties and you were telling me earlier today that for people that are listening that have. Never had to give that speech by me. My father never talked to me about that. I presume most of the audience is not had that conversation with their parents about just going out and enjoying a Friday night when you're a teenager or a kid. But you said for sure you've got an eight year old who you're going to talk to about that and you've got a twenty something year old who you've had that conversation with and you've been personally offended multiple times keyshawn. If anybody know me when he was at the University Nebraska at this point time several years ago he was caught smoking weed. But almost say a curse, but I'd snatches. But out of class in made him come home he took him out of school. Because, you know, you just want to be a dad, you want to be there and teach him in having a conversation. Seems like every day about his whereabouts what are you doing? who were you with where you going remember to do this? They don't care about you. Just I'm telling you. You know. It's a different type of message that I'm delivering the him in his. Because I know at any given moment anything could potentially happen. You know if he's not aware you know if you drive in in, they pull you over make sure you roll down your window before they get up on your car and I want you to put both hands out to win in allow them to tell you what to do. Don't do anything that you're not supposed to do, and if you not far away I want you to pull in the gas station with plenty of light at night in plenty of people around it's okay to go a block or two don't just pull right over. Conversation winning because it's important that's the same conversation. The My mother had with me when I first got started driving my car is the make sure that you go into a grocery store parking lot or you make sure to go into a gas station because we Are. Only. Real security was for people we thought. So speak that with people seeing people out that nothing would happen witnesses witnesses. So clearly, that's not the case you know it's like, okay. If I still pull into a parking lot with people around, they don't care nowadays they could care less. You know key when I was in college I was driving with one of my friends who's from South Carolina and he was Italian. And he was driving and we were driving a road or down ten thirty and we both got got pulled over I've never seen this before and this is the difference. Okay. Because I'm curious to how you reacted this case. So I'm in a passenger seat and he's in the driver's seat get pulled over by the cops. You know the big light is on behind you the sirens you're on behind you right? If you are if you're African American like for me especially as a male I tense up. My hands are like on the headrests area like they're up. I'm just keeping them up there because I don't know what's about to happen. My boy gets out of the CAR. There's. An move walking back to the officer right? So you can imagine me Not What were you doing? What are you doing? What are you doing? What are you doing? Don't do that what are you doing? Walks up to the officer, the officer and him have a conversation. He gets back in the car and has his ticket, and then we drive way. I'm looking ahead in awe like what the hell just happened. You got out of the car and talk to the officer handed you a ticket and that we're driving I wouldn't never in my mind think about walking out of the car never I wouldn't have my hands up I would have the music off all the windows down. But. That's the way my father has taught me because I've also seen other friends at it naturally gets to that point. So just a different mindset that I think people can have due to the way that you were raised in the environments playing basketball. One of things I saw growing up going to Newark New Jersey staying with friends living in environments like that. You didn't have that luxury to do things like that. You Know Zia and. Never happened he I don't know. But if you're if you're ever driving your car in the lights to put on you. It it blinds you. So you can't see them approaching. They could see in the car because it's really bright. So you make sure always put your hands up things that are nature because it just is very, very uncomfortable in his bone chilling because at any moment, anything can happen to make a reaction for them to do something to you and say, okay, this is why we did it. For my son though is scary though man because he's young and he's still kind of naive. He's not out in the adult world working he's still in school and naive a little bit. So it worries. Well, that's the point about how you react. Right like teaching young people. This is how you need to react. Like, that's the scary part. You don't know what somebody's you know. Somebody's suffering from anxiety. Somebody has no issues right. So now all of a sudden when you're scared, you have to have more control over your Bible react and think instead of react Gijon Jay. Williams Zubay the podcast. Did you know GEICO's now offering an extra fifteen percent.
"university nebraska" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"We get John Montana we'll throw them on the air. And Land. I'm on here in a second. I remember. The big chain saying where out it's Kinda like Nebraska you left the conference to quick 'cause a big told still going. You Might Remember Scott Frost. My favorite poet from Selena's. David Frost. They said we might play football. Anyway. We might leave and I went over the fact that they would not be money. They are tied to their conference for another five years, TV moneywise. So as soon as the big ten said, we ain't plan somebody said well, Nebraska my well then the commissioner of the big ten Kevin warrants squashed that immediately. As he said, no. He said, they can't play and be a member of conference. Basically. Though the chancellor there and Lincoln. Ronnie Green. and. Also, the president of the school, Carter and the Ad Bill Moose. And Scott Frost put out a joint statement which was one sentence. And took four guys to write this. For College graduates to write this, we are very disappointed in the decision by the big ten conference to postpone. False. Football. season. As we have been and continued to be ready to play. Now, you gotta understand. And I do that. They say we did everything right? We're all clean. We don't have no virus. Unfortunately. That's not what it's all about. Go, ahead and play Intra squad games till you're blue in the face. If that's what you WANNA do. Can't. You got these other schools involved. And remember they left the big ten in two thousand eleven and when they did. They nearly doubled their athletic department revenue. You wonder why they left. Is. The big ten better than the big twelve Is Texas Oklahoma bigger than Michigan Ohio state. Now, there's your answer. If you're in Texas, it is for the rest of the country. Now. More interested in big ten football. So last year. What did they Reagan from football at the University Nebraska? Eighty nine point six, five, million dollars. Just about ninety million everyone berry offers said Wisconsin, lose one hundred. He was not he was in the ballpark. If you will allow ten million dollar gap, Nebraska got nearly ninety million dollars from football. So it would be very unlikely for Nebraska to be willing to jeopardize its longstanding place in one of the nation's most prominent football conference's just to play. WHOEVER STILL GONNA play this fall. So the Nebraska apparently. Is. Going to continue to explore the possibility of playing even though Commissioner Warren was like if you do it was basically you know once again, here's the quote. No, you can't play and be a member of the big ten conference. So he's basically saying no uncertain terms that if they wanted to play then they're out. Now, is it a win win Scher Nebraska's of great football school with a great tradition. They are one of the top. Thirty teams in the country I would put Nebraska if you take the power five and there's at least ten and all those, I would put Nebraska and the top thirty probably even in the top twenty five. That's how big Nebraska's the cornhuskers. If they WANNA bail just to get one year in and they're not GonNa get the seven TV revenue that they would get anyway. It would be pretty short sighted. You know you gotta you gotTa. Take a bobby Baena. Perspective on this. Which is basically I.
"university nebraska" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Driving is not one in the tri state cool inside the studio like a frigid cold, but I see the heat outside another update on whether I stay cool check on your neighbors. Actually, the the You know the older people Way have the missing fan problem, which I'll explain later. This is like the Bermuda Triangle here in the Tri state. I guess it's a triangle Tri state kind of thing. Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, where the planes and boats go missing in the Bermuda Triangle here every year when the heat comes. We need fans to help keep people cool. Who don't maybe have the air conditioning? I don't know where the old fans go, maybe to get burned up. Maybe someone steals them. I don't know if there's an art installation someplace. It's bewildering beyond my depth of understanding and don't leave kids and the elderly and the infirm and cars in the heat, either. Every year that happens, Toa all too often. You'll hear the story. Somebody I let the kid in there. Oh, I didn't realize she was in there and oh my God, it's 100 degrees and then they end up brain damaged or dead and It's not good. That's my public health bit of sharing of information. I'm no expert. But a guy who is is my friend from university, Nebraska Medical Center Dr Ali Khan. He's the dean of infectious disease used to work for the CDC. He's travelled the world going after hot spots. Whether it's Ebola, dengue fever, measles over the last holidays, it is we start thinking about flu season. And hopefully a vaccine sooner than later for covert 19 in spiking numbers. We figured we'd get into his head with an update on what's going on Dr Khan Welcome back to 700 wlw Haouari the Sunday afternoon Always a pleasure to chat up, Easterling. Thank you. Ah, I guess the best way to start. This is this. We're just two weeks out from the Fourth of July weekend and we had talked about spiking numbers and throughout the great portion of the south and west of this country, and even here in the tri state, thankfully, to a lesser wrist extent, but it's bubbling up. Where are we, with this community Spread an issue with Cove in 19. Thanks Sterling. I think people have been following you for the last couple of months would have predicted that we never really got her outbreak under control. So we spike in mid April, about 30,000 cases and Came down to 20 but we never sort of put that public health sledgehammer to get it down. So as we reopened, aren't they and didn't reopen them safely. We're starting to now. See this increase in cases, and now we're up to almost 65 to 7000 cases today. How are we were testing Because is this continues despite people go Oh, well, I don't know if we need to do testing and this is in relation. It hits very close to home friend of mine's daughter away at college in Columbus. Ah, Ohio State staying there, and now she's quarantine enforced. Stay there a house with, like, 10 other young women and, Ah, apparently, they've got a house full of Cove it so she's isolating. Others are isolating. This continues to be a problem in the idea of contact tracing, which apparently after Ah, nearly five days there's been no communicate with her to figure out where she's been, even though she knows This is sort of important in trying to clamp down on what's arguably out of control. Absolutely, And that's a great story of what we've been saying, since the beginning of the South break it but we really haven't had a comprehensive, full of government approach to this disease and what we needed to do so. You know the same things. We've always talked about that leadership that you needed the test and chase that we needed. Obviously, masks. We need everybody to wear masks as engaged our community. So what you just described to me is just Of an example of why we find ourselves where we are. And yet it's easy to talk about. And I could also, as you know my frustration with being 65 70,000 cases a day, But I'd like to use this opportunity to talk about hope and move forward. Good, good that we look, but we can look about we can look for a scapegoat for what happened in the past and where we are now. But the bottom line is we're now every day with 60 to 70,000 cases a day, 600,000 people were writing that many death certificate every day. That's just unacceptable for preventable disease. We need to make sure that we're doing our part, which is, please where? Math, social distance. Watch your hands. When you're outside, we have tons of data that increases every day that this helps dropped the degree of community. Transmission and then make sure that you're asking Governor Mayor and the local health and state health department to say what are you doing? Why are you not work helps keep down in our communities from exactly the whole I'm not sure if you talk about Yes, everybody want our kids to know it's critically important for little kids, especially Kate, A five. Go to full but we have to do that safely. You don't want to put them in an environment where we get them ineffective teachers, infective compartment infected grandparents. So if we want our life to go back to the way it was, and we want our jobs to go back to where it was. We must get this disease under control and we have to do it today. Infectious disease expert to the dean of public health, the university Nebraska Medical Center, which is where they brought the boat people, and I know that's a weird term Dr Ali Khan with sterling 700 wlw, but early on with with the spread in hitting stateside You had Ah, whole boatload basically of people who were on cruise ship that showed up at your place in you sort of work through their covert experience. And you do this type of thing regularly been the past who was with Ebola on and on. It goes, you've been doing studies. They're here at the University of Cincinnati there working on vaccine trials..
"university nebraska" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"From spreading Saudi Arabia stopping all Ford pilgrims from entering the country to visit Makkah Australia's banning all foreign visitors from mainland China more patients tested positive in the U. K. the number cases there are fifteen Italy still the real hot spot four hundred cases that's a twenty five percent surge in just one day yeah we're talking about the vaccine in the last block university Nebraska is playing a key role in how to treat corona virus they're testing the Ebola drug ram deserve our impatience or fifteen patients of the national quarantine centre they're either getting the drug or a placebo to fast track a potential treatment so all the patients were on the cruise ship diamond princess in Japan remember and then the course they brought them here thirteen have tested positive at least one develop the severe pneumonia that's characteristic of covert nineteen that person though is not well enough to be transferred into a regular quarantine set up or if you wanna have a good day just put your four oh one K. out of your mind this morning Dow futures drop two hundred points early this morning after the California community case of coronavirus was announced yeah futures now down for the Dow one sixty five in the latest company warning about the negative impact of the virus on businesses and highs are bush Ambev that's the world's largest brewer and they estimate the outbreak is going to translate into two hundred eighty five million lost in sales in China alone and four members of a neo **** group called Atomwaffen are under arrest in several states including here in Florida we had individuals who were involved in an intimidation campaign to put personalize messages on journalists and members of our Jewish community to intimidate them and potentially act out in violence that's the F. B. I.'s Jill sandwich told homeland security that the men were taking part in military style training they're also holding with the F. B. I. calls hate camps for.
"university nebraska" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Elsewhere in the NHL tonight, very light schedule before the onslaught tomorrow as Columbus. And the Rangers are tied at one in the third period right now, blue jackets with the win can clinch that second wildcard in the east later on tonight. It's LA visiting Anaheim baseball cubs. Continuing to struggle there trillion. The brewers six nothing now in the third Jose Kontena a lot of three run home at a Ryan Braun in that one to account for half of those brewers runs White Sox home opener a success. They broke out to a big lead six to one that had a rally for attend eight victory over the Mariners. Tim Anderson went three hits a Homer three runs batted in four runs. Scored you Mocatta remained red hot as he drove in four runs. Rennell? The Lopez five innings allowed six runs. Ryan burrow, the winner in relief NC double A tournament. Final four tomorrow. As Auburn takes on Virginia in the opener, Texas Tech versus Michigan state in the nightcap in Minneapolis and former bulls coach Fred Hoiberg will be on the hook for millions. If he chooses to leave university Nebraska over the next five years, it'll be required to pay the university between five and a quarter and eleven and a half million dollars. If he leaves to take another college head coaching job in that time. Dow project of the news headlines the WGN newsroom, here's David Jenny serious out detective headquarters is home to the Chicago police area tech center. Detectives can use to get access to video faster from surveillance cameras analyze cellphone data and read license plates while investigating gun violence and other Grimes Dick's release a to have sisters facing and other charges. Out of those six children and an elderly woman were found living in a home. Authorities described as being in deplorable condition on Monday your forecast seasonable. Some scattered clouds tonight, low forty two sunny milder tomorrow, especially away from lake sixty seven inland upper fifties of the lake front. This is the Blackhawks central intermission report on seven twenty WGN Chicago's.
"university nebraska" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"So I found that experience could be interesting. But one of the things that I was trying to to drive home in wanted to chat with you about was it wasn't was not only the economy that's changing. So I need to give you some backdrop on this. Because I don't think you know, this about me so in in nineteen ninety eight win our ran. Launch dental town. I simultaneously launch the first e commerce dental website, which was dental auction dot com, and it was a site for I knew every dentist had a bunch of stuff. I was going to be the next EBay EBay, and that was gonna be my multimillion dollar idea. Problem was my execution. Howard hits out of the park. You know, his his his concept of should practice alone. Let's a community was perfect. I just didn't execute mine. In fact, that site's still has never gone anywhere. So what I- smartest thing that? I did was flipped it. I struggled for six months didn't make a single penny. But I saw it. And then I went back to school. I went back to the university Nebraska, and I took the first web development ecommerce certificate 'cause I told myself whoever masters this will never go hungry. You know, how to do the web? You will always have something to do. Right. So I actually had a small web development group in in. Haw and did that for a while during that on? So when I tell you this that's gonna make more sense when I make this comment. I I have seven projects I always have kept my hands in it. Mostly personal projects were projects people that I know. So I have seven projects that I run right now three dental practices to medical practices in to real estate companies. And so I'm I'm very much in tune with what it takes to market in how complex it's getting so perhaps avation about two things happening. Simultaneously, concern me, there's a big change going on in the marketing, the online market landscape, and it started in August with the thing called the it was another algorithm. Chain Bouba call the medic update MED ic- and it affected mainly healthcare practices in the whole rationale for super weird explanation. But things that I had positioned number one in Google or. Ganic Louis, and in the map pack, just once I just blew up. I mean, it was like one of the number went from one to twenty and I couldn't figure out why. Because this never happened to me before. And since then everything has been kind of jumble sites have been jumping around Google has made some pretty significant changes. So I know you have a lot of resources in the CEO and social media will. And so I have a couple of go to people that I talked to and they just like threw up their hands and said, you know, no one knows the wire how to correct that. Just go buy some ad words. And so what's happened is adverts have kind of exploded, which is a bad thing because that's a competitive type auction, right and people that want Atwood's the more expensive. It's getting so to Meghna long story short when I'm saying is this huge competition with adverts changing in all the organic stuff. You've got you've got Facebook. As a really up started in the past couple of months to do some Facebook stuff. It's very economical in relation to add words, and then you got Instagram. So what's happened? My view of this whole thing because you know, I've worked with startups and acquisitions and stuff is that marketing to me has gotten so complex that I see let me just pull a number out hat say a million dollar practice. I see almost the need going forward for a full-time media administrator for lack of a better word somebody who's actually working all of these multiple platforms full-time, just for you. Right. And and that kind of distresses me than it's got net complex, 'cause it's never I know you've seen it because you've interviewed all these people, you know, Instagram and Facebook experts in everything you've seen Alex kind of and the space which you have to understand. It's like a piece of real estate that first page of Google is like it's ten spots. Three in the map..
"university nebraska" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"We'll get it done the shadow to Elijah water. Who's back listening in Phoenix? The quarterback for the freshman team broke his leg was last last last Wednesday. Reese, crews Rougerie he's bummed out gonna miss basketball season feel bad for no got one son starting at university Nebraska's a receiver and other son is a quarterback in high school when he breaks his leg and wiped out his basketball season two thousand eight he go the highs and lows of being a parent, right? And can have so many good things. Go the Atlanta receiver possessing controlled the ball. It was a catch. Fumbled the football eventually recovered by the New York Giants at the twenty yard line. I. There you go. I was going to say so many highs lows at the same time when you have a bunch of kids, but he'll battle through it. And he'll be better at the end of the day because of it. But there you have it. You heard it right there that it was a catch jars Jenkins. Nice job reaching his hand in there knocking it out. And it was a clear fumble recovery by the giants. I down New York Giants in their white jerseys. They almost look cream if you take a look through your I am right now, it's almost an off-white, but they call it white with the gray pants red numbers. The blue helmet Red Sox Beckham socks go from his ankle all the way to his knee. Looks like their tights at first down in ten of the giants in this third quarter with five thirty nine remaining and moving from right to our left. The group is opened here in downtown Atlanta. It's about fifty five degrees. Manning is under Senate looking at a four man Atlanta front first and ten from the giant twenty couple tight. Ends you lie man. He gets the snap. Takes the handoff drop. Back. Five moves up avoids the rush winds up long past. Sideline. He breaks the tackle thirty five. He runs down near sideline to the thirty. He's down to the Atlanta Falcons twenty nine twenty eight yard line flag is down to the thirty two way. Back at the other end. And Beckham with that if they count it. And I think they are will become the first player in fewer games to reach over five thousand yards against. Beckham now in the night. Has a ton of yards over up close to one hundred fifty one right there. He surpasses Julio Jones is the fastest to reach five thousand yards since nineteen seventy it's amazing. When you give you lie some time that he can still make those throws down the field that you haven't had that opportunity. Very often. Balls at the twenty nine out of first down and ten Schalken chapter name wind-dried two hundred stationary Petra near sideline by Odell Beckham junior the twenty twenty-five he kind of shuffled his way down to the twenty three right in front of his own venture on the near sideline and Kurt picked up six on first down. That's been a game of big plays offensively up both defenses played better-than-expected.
"university nebraska" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles
"I i went to greece when i i was in the navy for computers though i went to greece tesla mickey okay beautiful man it's one of the most people are into i lived there for four years and i never been to thessaloniki i was right yeah i'm originally from greece i i need to go back and explore the rest of the country dancing it's a beautiful country my dad's from a village outside of sparta know my kids to get a little bit older we can go there but it's one of those places where you know my grandparents have a house there but you know they've passed away but it's like you could only go there for like a day or two that's about it yeah that's cool how was it growing up in nebraska you know it's interesting to warrant a lot of people that looked like me you know what i mean and it's not the people were you know the extra mean to me or anything but it it it's a it's an interesting interesting you ask that because if i live here in the united states definitely considered i'm considered philipino right yeah if i go to the philippines i'm definitely considered white so it's like wow i can't i can't be the majority anywhere but the brassica man really nice people football is huge in nebraska i went to the university nebraska's that was a huge johnny carson fan and he's was the main guy when i was growing up from around the brassica lived on a dairy farm so we had cows and pigs and i was in you know four eighty two or heard of that which is you know.
"university nebraska" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Yeah you gotta get yourself out of here i just it's bizarre it is but it's contagious and that's why i remember coming up out tell you guys do we have time in the next segment and yes race story about mike riley former coach chargers and university nebraska oregon state yeah label me a distraction in i'll tell you guys how that went well you probably were but we'll hear it his piano hunger frazer's crazy salsa travis espn la so you're being a distraction you got called out for it yeah that's how they sold it no actually it was interested instead of circumstances very unique since very unique my teacher gave me the plus for that one time unique done redundant remember that yes yes i hate a college for when that happened i'm like i got through high school saying they're unique with the hail columbia calmed down come on kind of unit very right right right and i used to use in order to a lot yeah she was like too many words to say you're right read everywhere fill up this stupid blue book with words right admire the fact that every page is filled with words at least a c plus i majored in what i majored in i just needed the book to be full what would you majoring political science s right her sleeper and you never went to sleep mazing as the most boring gotta fill up the blue book gotta remember when i got a ride on those pages.
"university nebraska" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Still sitting at fifteen their undefeated on the season tenant no scott frost has done an amazing job down there we'll see postseason if he gets pilfered and and taken somewhere else university nebraska is obviously vetting him obviously florida probably is interested in getting his service so this the game is interesting even though if they finish the season eleven and and and oh have a perfect resume they're not even gonna get close the causal ball playoff it's in a shame we've had many guys are many analyst on the talk about the group of five as opposed to the power five how they need to have their own championship because got froth deserves a chance to play for something and he's never or houston pulses couple of days ago but he he or anyone else in the group of five is likely never going to get into that top four georgia georgia tech is interesting ohio state versus michigan we'll talk about jim harbaugh because jim harbaugh's got a lot the proven he probably a victim of the early success that he has there and we'll the dissect that game what it means for him as their rumors that people are aware that michigan is working on a lifetime contract for jim harbaugh i guess it's incentive to keep them from going back to the national football league but i think michigan probably doing the right thing by trying to wrap them up and keep them they're always gotta do is find his quarterback and things will change wisconsin minnesota is big number five wisconsin a sitting on the outside looking in and the college football playoff they have to they have to win out they have to is the only way they're going to get a chance in hope that the committee sees value in an undefeated big 10 campion as opposed to a week's scheduled big big ten champion clemson south carolina i was he big for obvious reasons notredame stand for big for stanford lesserknown dang's olympic they have a chance but stamford e no they're not they're they're not in conversation number 21 i with a couple of losses already on the season to be in the calls who ball player but they can't get to the pac 12 championship they're gonna help this game is insignificant towards the pac 12 against ordered aimed at this nonconference but washington needs to beat washington state for them to get a chance of the play against you sc.
"university nebraska" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In the second half the uh uno university nebraska omaha only thirty seven for utah sixty eight point of new mexico 68 new mexico 68 iaf h is i i recall azam as he had told him that much but the one thing i'm looking at their two games first wanting us montana stay went to a hunter 6'9 total that included time great and in the morning edging montana's they needed that to cover 'cause i late seven and a half they won by nine eighty nine eighty and then oklahoma uh they went to about one hundred eighty the first time on that total was i think one fifty seven when fifty eight the first one against montana stay was 167 it did get over but i'm just surprised with uno the total was so low especially with the style of play that they are you know apply the and they just like to go by omaha themselves right now let me run on down some of these uh college you've scores 'cause i promise you i would davidson one away to 81 pommelled and see wilmington i mean that's a team that has been very saw but they lost a lot this year eleven and a half as alonso davidson wildcats yesterday curry's alma mater cover uh miami of ohio not knock off right state scott nagee of course my buddy over there coaching rate states red readers former coach at south dakota state jackrabbits for many many years uh let me see florida state 87 sixty seven take care of george washington a big way cover the sixteen and a half rutgers seventy two thirty eight beat up on cleveland state vikings back in pesky piscataway georgia state panthers pretty good team there hunters a good coach i 75 54 over rice northern illinois indicate i'll takes out was drawn to green bay 85 65 bradley while they push this number i looked at delaware to in delaware was right in this game sixty one 53 the final god bradley got some late money today that went from seventy eight so if you'd better too early on bradley coulda covered by a point memphis seventy two 62 they beat arkansas little rock they lead to many points 15 fifteen but they get the w there eighty six 71 purdue beats morquette not painters got a good squad again i've got a.
"university nebraska" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340
"Welcome back to the outsiders on thirty forty w j o l will counties news talk sports socket sports in all boy they're still a lot to go finalhour the outsiders coming your way here thirteen forty wjr while still a lot of other topics get through here on thirteen forty who jail while of course i going to be joined by mike fitzgerald in just a few minutes stocks high school lum a high school i'm sorry college football we still got a touch base of african hoops man i mean there's the ruins getting all excited kazak course us steph curry not grown a white house anymore so lots of a lot going on there that will talk about this hour and and it's time to talk college football a lot to talk about because we've gone off couple while week and last week was a good week two dettori college football book my buddy mike bitten did might pit masscre took over college football but we are among the line right now mr mike fitzgerald how're you doing body good how are you guys doing well michael doing well i didn't get a chance to talk to you yesterday but i say a couple things one thing that i was really happy about was ohio state even though they lost their first game aware and talk since early but jt barrett said a new college football while big ten record there was quite prominent yeah you putt special us he are are he's really and he hagen he was the backup rarely for a while so our that's even more of an accomplishment but a lot going on in in college football michael uh yet and mike actually one thing i wanted to ask you about something that happened last saturday huge winfrey not you over nebraska and you know again nebraska is not yet you know the nebraska we all know but still at said that's a big whitney go to go up to university nebraska and pick up a big win um you know a or other huskies a team that's a really you know ocoee keep their keep your eyes on all season well the war will be what they do what albacom auto pay now there off today there are this week so.
"university nebraska" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"A guy who is the opposite of boll pollini this is not unusual when coaches get fired it's because what they say in what they do doesn't work inevitably the guide you in the hiring or the gal doing to hiring is going to hire the opposite of what they fired because what they fired didn't work bo pulling any was barasch he was aggressive property in like i course very much at all talk junk about him and you know wasn't the warmest fuzzy as guy ever but he did win nine games a year every year and i do agree with you car if you're going to fire a guy that wins knock find games a year you can't replace them with a guy who wins less than that and expected to keep that job because the first guy got fired winning nine a year so i like mike riley a lot of always like mike riley i've interviewed mike riley for twenty years very good guy but be a good guys not enough he's gap a win he's got to win some big games and going 500's not going to get it done he wins szego seven five maybe buys himself some time and then next year as the makeorbreak year but if he finishes at five hundred or certainly below 500 there is not to be another year and then a brass is going to be on the hook pan out a whole lot of money to a coach they owe money to to an eighty the will money to and to another coach julio money too i know there's some money there in fact this kind of like this this the brassica mafia so to speak i know lots of tycoons from nebraska and that'll mean like organized crime adjust just mean extremely brilliant business people in in the walks in the areas that i've gone and seen in last twenty years i've met business owners i have met inventors i've met some brilliant brilliant people from the university nebraska and in different states california montana arizona there is a lot of this so there's a lot of money but.
"university nebraska" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"World to show the world how well these now give this is this this is the same regime that set the kid home in a coma few kid from the you know right from ah ohio few weeks ago so before they took the photograph they told the photographers and the the north koreans look if you really want people to know how happy we are and how welltreated we are allow us to polls giving you the hawaiian good luck signal which of course is the signal that is often given between motorists on the roadways telling you other the number one back and forth and that the north koreans it was such a secluded he'll infrastructured society would they knew nothing about the rest of the world they released that photograph and of course north korea was built cruz a laughingstock and and those crew members were beating pretty badly for several days after plo that's the kind of regime they've vented always wellbeing and atlanta first brainwashing oh my god it and and then to one of the strength of the developing booker because he and i became great friends over the years he he is guests that our home him like rosa i against at their home out in poly california before they both past pete was a it was an often and he was raised in inside the flint against voice town in the braskin and went to university nebraska and eventually gut command became a an office from the navy and it's very smart guy and when they forced him to write a concession which of course in those days the military name rank and serial number he remember the word on an old appraise p a you'll win so he wrote in the confession that it was his greatest desire to pee on kimmel son and the north koreans looked at that looked at their american korea addiction and said all all the praise this must be good thing and they released that so they they took some lumps for that go ahead i i dugouts not of some background people i don't think of remember that and it you know it's like macapa being warned that there are a lot of chinese troops senator says the yellow net and like both yankee generals ignoring it so ellie led to a bit of a mess now i know we are all the.
"university nebraska" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth
"It's not going to happen i love it i let you talking about parenting man you talk about that's parenting right there let's not make excuses for kids in our religious made a mistake no hold them accountable you're gonna make adult decisions in the adult khanna quote unquote world you're gonna have adult consequences i love that i love i love the way junior kind of put a spin on it a number take a leave of absence here and you know give my faculties together no dad comes as bowl ony pride you're not in bear in our family or the university nebraska or head coach mike riley like i'm i'm suspending your but i am at that to me is that to me we always talk about this data we says a you know so many people know their rights very few the responsibilities that's a responsibility thing take responsibility for your life you are were you war because of the decisions you may whether good decisions or bad decisions just to own them own eyeroll i you know what i salute lee love it good for keyshawn johnson i think it's a cool thing um the i'd say are always it just popped in my head when it one of the great stories one of the great alltime stories for for me with with just brazing kids so as you know might my son daniel still know professional baseball player um and he is cutting people up balance between aa and aaa right now and i'm i'm just prayer fully i adjust him impreza that he gets another opportunity you know he's work so hard knees completely changed his mechanics in italy's reinvented himself and and like i said he's just cut and people up and so proud of the work he's done because it has been a grind an absolute grimsson's injury to kinda reinvent himself but i go back to you know to coaching him all those years as a kid and my son was one of those guys at one of those kids it was so flippant talented mike that you he could cadillac around the baseball field way better than anybody else way better and so when you go you go from like little league like your kip plays little league right now right brady plays little league right now.