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"university utah" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Let me ask you one of one of the thing about Rick talked about the quarterback position. You're not coaching him. But you see, practice. You look at film. Can you give us any sort of update without giving away too much in terms of Blake Bortles? His progress since kind of How that thing has gone so far. Well, I mean, Blake has been getting in the offense and I think you know he's been find out their practice. I think he hasn't got a lot of reps offensively because of the fact that you're trying to get bread ready to go and s O. There hasn't been a whole lot, but I mean, he's he's really a good guy got a lot of experience. I think he's good for the eating is good for that room because it's a young room so You know, it's been good so far and anticipated. Just getting, you know, get more and more comfortable with the offense. So John the Patriots still are there, not at their facility. A ce Faras last I heard this morning. Not sure if we're going back to their not so if they if they can't get back to the facility, say until Saturday. Well. The games will be played on Sunday. You know, we don't know, you know, were hoping to play Sunday. That's what we want to do. You know, obviously it's the second trip in a row back east. So you know we wanted to stay on Sunday. And so hopefully the league decides to do that. So we're planning on going Sunday. Now that you know it's really out of our hands. The league will make that decision. But we're planning on Sunday right now. And so we should hear something probably later today to less love for me. You guys use time Mike Purcell to an extension. We had Mike on the show. Is that this week or last week we talked with Emmett's really kind of a feel good story. This is a local kid. He's bounced around the league and yet, you know, since he got his start in his first start was last year out in Los Angeles is certainly seems like he's played really solid football for you inside. What what went in? What was the thought process for you in terms of Hey, let's get this guy signed and signed to an extension. Well, like you said. It is a tremendous story in a way that makes worked and his diligence and percent staying after it. And, you know, I think he's with seven different teams and But he's got it. He's been a rock for us inside at the nose position, and I mean he is, you know, he's £315. He's strong. He's tough, and he's a great presence force inside, So I thought it was very important for us because it had been free at the end of the year, and it was easy. The way that he goes about playing. The game is toughness, and they said, You know, I thought it was a very integral part of especially the defensive line. And so you could barely get him signed up And you know you really for what he's done. And they did, but in his persistence with it, but also known that, you know When they're running. When they run the football at us, It's very difficult to move him out of the way. Final question, John. You guys showed a lot of patients with Garrett Bolles, your left tackle and here four games in. He's one of the highest grated tackles in the league. Eyes four games too early to judge that that he's turned the corner. How do you feel about him at this point? Well, you know what? It's great to see what he's done. You know, we had the hopes that he'd continue to climb and continue to learn because he has the athletic ability to play left tackle. You know, for him to continue to grow. He's doing that with a bad elbow to which I'm really, you know, He's a tough guy and And doing it with an oboe and he's playing with a brace on it. So you know he's really done a nice job, and he's just starting to get more comfortable there. Understand what we're don't understand the game and growing up and even though he's an older guys still growing up, so we're excited about how he's been planned. You know, Hopefully you can continue to do this and you know, we get six more games at him like he's playing light right now, and we'll revisit it at the end of the year. Good enough, John. Thanks to the time we'll talk to you sometime next week. You've got a great idea. You two Yes. John Elway, GM of the Broncos, also president of football operations as a good question, Rick because Gary Bowls we haven't talked much about him, which is good. Because we sure talked a lot about him the last couple three years, but he he's, uh, he's been flying under the radar, which means he's been playing good, solid football left tax. Not only that the guy's durable He don't think he's missed two games, not career. He has not, and that says a lot for him, And as John mentioned, he's playing with a bad elbow right now. I feel like he's turned the corner. Some people. Some of the Garrett Bolles haters are saying well, they're not calling as many holding penalties as they used to, which is true. But they're not. And they think that that's the only difference. I don't. I don't think so. He's playing with better technique. Go back and look at it. Ah, you know, his hands are better. He's always been very athletic. He's a He's a pretty athletic guy. He's put on some good strength, some good size, which I I thought That might have been his biggest issue. Right. You and I have interviewed him when we would do a show out about we have Garrett on. You Know, Garrett, I mean, bye bye. Normal human standards is a huge person, but you look at him as the starting offensive tackle in the league. He wasn't a big, thick guy, but he put on. I think it was 10 to 12, maybe £15 of muscle in the off season. So you know that he's worked at it, and he's always had good on the feet is he's a really good, good athlete. Which I think that the university Utah allowed him to get out of some problematic situations because he was as good an athlete is the guys that he was blocking our. Yeah, I you know, I would be considering Maybe throw in a contract in front of him. He'll be gone at the end of the year. If he chooses to leave here and the way he's playing right now he's.
"university utah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Senator Harris and vice president Pence emerge on the stage of the university. Utah by design because of the pandemic. There is no physical greeting. But both wave a small audience members have been told they must wear masks for the duration of the debate. Senator Harris and Vice President Pence Thank you for being here. We're meeting as President Trump and the first lady continued to undergo treatment in Washington after testing positive for covert 19. We send our thoughts and prayers to them for their rapid and complete recovery and for the recovery of everyone afflicted by the Corona virus. Two campaigns in the commission on presidential Debates have agreed to the ground rules for tonight. I'm here to enforce them on behalf of the millions of Americans who are watching. One note. No one in either campaign or at the commission are anywhere else has been told in advance. What topics All raise or what questions I'll ask. This 90 minute debate will be divided into nine segments of about 10 minutes each. I'll begin a segment by posing a question to each of you, sometimes the same question, sometimes a different question on the same topic. You will then have two minutes to answer without interruption by me or the other candidate. Then we'll take six minutes or so to discuss the issue. At that point, although there will always be more to say will move on to the next topic. We want a debate that is lively. But Americans also deserve a discussion that isthe civil These are tumultuous times, but we can and will have a respectful exchange about the big issues facing our nation. Let's begin with the ongoing pandemic that has cost our country so much. Senator Harris. The Corona virus is not under control. Over the past week, Johns Hopkins reports that 39 states have had Mork over cases over the past seven days. And in the week before Nine states have set new records. Even if a vaccine is released soon the next administration will face hard choices. What would a Biden administration due in January and February that a Trump administration wouldn't do? Would you impose new lockdowns for businesses and schools and hot spots a federal mandate to wear masks? You have two minutes to respond without interruption. Thank you, Susan. Well, the American people have witnessed what is the greatest failure of any presidential administration in the history of our country. And here are the facts. 210,000 dead people in our country in just the last several months. Over seven million people who have contracted this disease. One in five business is closed. We're looking at front line workers who have been treated like sacrificial workers. We're looking at over 30 million people. So in the last several months had to file for unemployment. And here's the thing. On January 28th. Vice president and the president were informed. About the nature of this panda. They were informed that it's lethal and consequence that it is airborne. That it will affect young people. And that it would be contracted because it is airborne. And they knew what was happening. And they didn't tell you. Can you imagine if you knew on January 28th as opposed to march 13th what? They knew what you might have done to prepare. They knew and they covered it up. The president said it was a hoax. Minimize the seriousness of it. The president said. You're on one side of his ledger. If you wear a mask, you're on the other side of his ledger. If you don't And in spite of all of that, today, they still don't have a plan. I still don't have a plan. Well, Joe Biden does and our plan is about what we need to do around a national strategy. Contact tracing for testing for administration of the vaccine and making sure that it will be free for all. That is the plan that Joe Biden has and that I have knowing that we have to get a hold of what has been going on and we need to save our country. And Joe Biden is the best leader to do that. And frankly, this administration has forfeited. Thank you say or write to re election based on this. Thank you, Senator Harris. President Pence more than 210,000 Americans have died of covert 19 since February. The U. S death toll as a percentage of our population is higher than that of almost every other wealthy nation on Earth. For instance, our death rate is 2.5 times that of Canada next door. You head the administration's Corona Virus task force. Why is the U. S death toll as a percentage of our population higher than that of almost every other wealthy country and you have two minutes to respond without interruption. Susan. Thank you on. I want to thank the commission and the University of Utah for hosting this event. Onda, Senator Harris. It's privileged to be on the stage with you. In our nation has gone through a very challenging time this year. But I want the American people to know. From the very first day. President Donald Trump has put the health of America first. Before there were more than five cases in the United States. All people who had returned from China President Donald Trump did what no other American president had ever done. That was, he suspended all travel from China, the second largest economy in the world. No Senator Joe Biden. Biden opposed that decision. He said. It was xenophobic and hysterical. But I can tell you having led the White House Corona virus task forces. That decision alone by President Trump bought us invaluable time to stand up the greatest national mobilization. Since World War two And I believe it's saved hundreds of thousands of American lives because with that time we were able to reinvent testing more than 115 million tests have been done. Today We were able to see to the delivery of billions of supplies, so our doctors and nurses had the resource is sport they needed and we began really before the month of February was art to develop a vaccine and develop medicines and therapeutics had been saving lives all along the way. Under President Trump's leadership operation Warp speed, we believe will have literally tens of millions of doses of vaccine before the end of this year. The reality is.
"university utah" Discussed on Run It Again
"And the families become addicted to it in for our listeners who want something new if they're not artery already onto this like I am. you know then you might want to look at this. It's a show called money heist. And it's been going for a few seasons you. I'm not up on all the TV stuff but. It's been going for a few seasons on Netflix. And it's It's it's a Spanish show and they they subtitle it in anything in its dubbed in English. So, you can understand it pretty well, but it is so good. Mike, it is. So I've never seen writing like this in my life. Yeah and I think it did two or three seasons may not maybe more than that and their due to come out with another season but it is so good. So please turn it on. It's it's it's the ultimate of thriller and drama and like I say it's so well written. We we're watching this this show Was it name it with Kiefer Sutherland and designated survivor Oh. Yeah. That was really good. And it's probably and watching all this stuff. Because of the pandemic and everything and everybody's at home all of a sudden I'm watching shows I never watched before number was a big TV guy. But with the boys home because you know they couldn't go to school and everybody is home to families who were watching TV now. So I'm watching these shows think wow, this pretty good. So anyway, I want you to you know if you get some time throughout the weekend. Whenever I want you to sit down and I want you to watch money heist and tell me what you think. Okay. Like the old coach said, but it's time to a hog. I got plenty of times it's time to. All right. So that's on your to do list I. I need you to get that donkey. Eric other that. Okay. All right. That's the first thing. Second thing before we move on is. I finally saw something else sportswise on TV that I liked and I know in the NHL going NBA's going I got MLB. I got that in thousand training camp. I saw high school football I did to gallium time and you know what Mike I'm glad for those kids they can play because that look exciting. It was fun. It was organic and it was. I just felt like, wow. Okay. Good. Let them play. Good for you know I I did same thing I watched two or three games on TV the other night. It was just awesome. It's so much fun doing that yeah. Yeah I saw the Guest Dion Sanders coaching I saw yeah the quarterback. Yeah you? He dropped. He dropped one in there in the corner of the end zone for big touchdown at the end of the game oh. Yeah. His kid his kids got an armed boy. He looks like he can sling it and I wish you would call Dion talk to him about that middle screen he threw on the goal line though. Not sure. And everything else look pretty good. But We're just we're just mess and that that's that was there's a quarterback in at a High School in Utah like. And I'M GONNA find this kid's name for you. You know for me when I look at a guy and I soon as I see him. Seconds I said okay he can play. And the way this kid got the ball from from shotgun position step back and he's one of those Dan Marino throws he throws from his hip and it comes out of there and a stroke is smooth Mike I. I almost called you up. I said I said, who is this guy and I guess he's got offers all over the country, but he's a good looking prospect. Oh Wow. Yeah. I'm going to find out the high school name they played over the weekend. I'm GONNA find out the high school's name and Yeah and so this was Utah. Plan I, believe another Utah School but yet the university Utah Utah you they can't play football your makes sense. Oh anyway. Okay. So let's do this. Let's get to our listener questions. We've got three of them. So this has been working out nice like this Thank you guys for for taking part in jumping in with not only your email questions about your social media questions so This is a two part question. This comes from Ike in Dayton Ohio? I part how will coaches decide who stays and who goes when there are no preseason games to decide from. That's question one and question too is. Do you think it will take three or four games regular seasons for players to get into shape game shape, get their timing down and executed high level. So let's let's take the first part of I. How do you decide when you don't have preseason games? Well. We talked about this. You know a few weeks ago Ron, were we felt like all these teams would have to have full-contact scrimmages with officials air and. Game, like conditions. In. Really that's what colleges do to get ready for the season. Anyway. I think. From my knowledge of what's been going on talking to guys in camp everybody's had about two of those in you really utilize those situations to evaluate particularly your your big is because the only the only time you can do that as when they have pads on the speed, the game goes up, you know the perimeter guys you can kinda get a feel for them on a day to day basis because it's more the skill type thing but the big guys really need linebacker says after. They really need that pad work. You know you know the logo taking down underground kind of thing, and you gotTa have at least to those. I. Think just bite everybody's done that and that helps you evaluate but it is a little bit more difficult but I I do think though without that it would be very, very hard to evaluate. Thank you those padded practices where you simulate the game I think is real important right now the second question do you think it will take? Three or four games before guys get back into it. What do you? What do you think? No I you know from the fiscal standpoint is you know as a former player you know you go to camp it wasn't like in the seventies and eighties where you practice your way into shape you know everybody goes to camp in shape the the only thing that you have to adjust to is the contact shape member that term when you're player you, it takes a while to. You get used to that kind of contact particularly for the big guys down after down inside. So it won't take long. There is an adjustment period and I I think that's the one thing that's missing league as. You'll more those inside contact happens things on a daily basis I think helps big guys but I think you. Not Four weeks I think within the first week or so you know you will adjust to that in the being contact shape and taking that kind of a those collisions is important. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. So we're we're coming into now. This is the the final week of preseason. So they're going into this final game in remember on this week, we would play the Games. On Thursday or Friday right you know more Saturday Games 'cause they wanna give coaches and everyone a chance to. Clean out the roster get down to the number of their final cut number in going into the season Kinda fresh and clean and with a few extra days. So that's that's what that's all about. But Yeah I always I always felt like E. There's a difference between. Training in.
"university utah" Discussed on KOMO
"Of the hottest hot spots taken together. Deaths about doubled that from the covert tracking project. ABC is Trevor all AH FEMA Memo, obtained by ABC News says Arizona is currently fighting the highest number of new cases. In the entire world. 90% of the state's icy use are full, and the nearly 3500 hospitalized the highest number since the pandemic began. Among them carry Crosswhite Ah father and beloved high school swim coach now fighting for his life on a ventilator, announcing more measures because Kobe numbers they're still going up, including a mandatory mask requirement. Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards also ordering bars and the state closed except for curbside pickup. It's become clear to me Especially asked after the numbers that we saw yesterday that our current restrictions or not enough, Louisiana governor says the last 24 hours has seen the highest number of new cases so far over 2600 Wearing a mask for the first time in public, along with everyone else in his group 99 days after CDC guidelines came out, recommending it, visiting wounded veterans at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland, President Trump More testing Florida Showing this trend is governor Rhonda Santa's Cove. It has spread in a population once thought to be safe people in their twenties and thirties. And if you look to see each individual age, how many there were still 21 is still the number one age that has the most cases. Mormon Church's asking all its members in Utah as good citizens, it says to wear face coverings one in public. Request that comes has confirmed infections in the state increase. Nearly 900 new cases reported in Utah yesterday, says a tally by Johns Hopkins University, Utah Overall totals more than 28,000 confirmed cases and 207 Corona virus deaths. Listening to ABC News. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. I'm so glad I'm taking this product. It really has done a lot. My skin on my legs was like leather. I kid you not really cleared out everything. My skin looks better..
"university utah" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Individual age, how many there were still 21 is still the number one age that has the most cases. Mormon Church's asking all its members in Utah as good citizens, it says to wear face coverings one in public. Request that comes has confirmed infections in the state increase. Nearly 900 new cases reported in Utah yesterday, says a tally by Johns Hopkins University, Utah Overall totals more than 28,000 confirmed cases and 207 Corona virus deaths. Listening to ABC News. A news radio time. 502 parks and wildlife officers have caught and killed a bear. They believe attacked one woman in Manitou Springs and chased another the sow with two cubs knocked her down and clawed her back. The woman was not seriously injured. It was possibly the same bear that changed a second woman in the same area a short time later late Thursday. These incidents after a man was seriously injured by a bear in Pitkin County. When it came into our home in the middle of the night, Parks and Wildlife Ranger Randy Hampton says. People assume the door was open or unlocked, and that's not always the case. Certainly, if If the conditions are right. There's a big animals, they'll come through a locked door. Hampton says. Aspirin saw three bear attacks last year eating and drinking outside the way to do Denver as being outside reduces the chance for getting Corona virus to that, and Denver's shutdown, Street's closed off blocks and approved the use of sidewalks for dining outdoors. The city says it's approved 83% of the application it's received for outdoor permits 250 permits approved for the summer.
"university utah" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Individual age, how many there were still 21 is still the number one age that has the most cases. Mormon Church's asking all its members in Utah as good citizens it says to wear face coverings. One in public request that comes has confirmed infections in the state increase. Nearly 900 new cases reported in Utah yesterday, says a tally by Johns Hopkins University, Utah overall totals more than 28,000 confirmed cases and 207 Corona virus deaths. Listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station. Use Station Jr on Air 92 3 FM online at dot com and streaming live on the Katie. Our new zap your Breaking News and Traffic A tr news time for. Oh, too. I'm Jim Brinson. The death toll from Corona virus in the state of Arizona has now surpassed 2100. And the number of cases keeps increasing 3038 New Corona virus cases in 69 new deaths reported this morning. Just under 18,000 people were tested for the virus Yesterday. The percentage of positive cases now stands at 14.1%. Arizona has now almost reached 120,000 cases of Corona virus, Gabriel Th two son, Mayor Regina Romero tells Katie ours. Ghettos of Jed Show that to sod, maybe losing the fight with covert 19. Mayor Romero says Tucson is critically short on ICU beds and even ran out one day this month. And she says Prima County has no FEMA testing site the city of to come through our federal caress funds. We put a money fight for testing, but we need help..
"university utah" Discussed on X96
"The tourism so that's affecting people who make the decisions up doesn't seem healthy goes. Does it seem busier than usual? No, it's probably a little less than a normal season because you know, deep supply would be coming up on spring break, but it's still very, very busy and you don't see a lot of locals out in town. To go to the grocery store towards all over a lot of people from Colorado. A lot of people coming down from college and you can spot on. Yeah, you can spot the tourists because you know everybody mouth. You know what? You know, everybody. Moab. It's easy. You can pick him out. No, We love the tour it normally But just right now, just to the safety of our You know, our hospital could just get overwhelmed If it hits here. Just wash over. We're afraid you'll stay home. Everybody Alright, Jakes. Thank you, Jake. The mayor of so much love you guys calling India. Theresa, Let's go to Theresa. Good morning. Good morning, Teresa. I just wanted to echo Holly from earlier and thank you guys for still being on the radio is kind of a stressful time for me personally and You guys are a little bit of normality insanity in my days, so I really appreciate the enables here, you guys every morning. You know, it's it's really a sign of desperate times when anyone would consider the radio from hell Show a sign of normality. That's how you know we're in trouble. I listen to you guys every morning at work before I changed NPR. No Thanks for doing it there. Are you working from home now? No. I work for work for a municipal entity. And even though our facilities close they're still having us go in. Unfortunately, But, yeah, they closed us as of yesterday for a little bit, so at least we'll just be around the staff. Well, Theresa taking out of yourself and thanks for listening. All right, you two Thank you so much about Theresa. We'll see you. Let's go to G. Good morning. Good morning. Thank you for letting me listen Huge. It is our pleasure. So go ahead. I would like to my topic today is the Jordan School district will not be paying their bus drivers over this period of time and expect them to use their sick leave and vacation time. Not if I'm not disturbing. They work very hard traveling with the Children who are already sick for the most part, and we put them on the front line. In my opinion and I don't see how that the bus driver should be penalized. If you will, the died taking away their sickly even their vacation day lit. That doesn't seem fair at all. I think there's something that that this state I could do to remedy that situation, and this is probably something that they haven't gotten to yet There's there's a lot of people that are not working now. And how did they? How did they get by? Let's sum We're going to talk to some people who can influence those kind of decisions. So I'll remind. I'll make a note to remind myself to talk to him about a situation that down we're gonna have. I appreciate that. We're going to have one the paycheck to paycheck. They're going to be on the air tomorrow at this time, So maybe you could even call in. Yeah. Fantastic. I'll do that. Thank you again for letting me listen. Thank you very much. Let's go to Jessica. Hey, Harry. Yes? Yes. Go ahead. Hey, thank you for letting me lead you. I just wanted to let you guys know that I work for the University of Utah, and there's only specific groups of people at this time that can be tested for Corona virus. You have to meet certain criteria. I just wanted to get that little PS say, because there's a lot of people that are showing up wanting to be tested that don't work, and you work at the hospital or one of the health care centers. Yes. So what you need to do is do telehealth from home and a doctor. There will tell you whether they think you need to be tested or not correct. Or perhaps, Jessica, can you tell us how to do that? I mean, it's one thing to say, Do telehealth from home. Maybe people don't know how to do that. Can you? Do you have that information? Jessica. So if you're If you've been saying it to you before and having my chart set up, you can just click on that. And it says, Like health, is it or you can call I believe you just scribble university, Utah tell health and there's a phone number that someone on the phone can help arrange that. And he'll come through for us, but always start there. Don't just show up at the emergency and they don't want you to just go in. So they and they know the quote of the right questions to ask and they're probably going to say, you know, you probably don't need to be tested. Just stay home. Exactly. All right, Jessica. Thanks for checking in. And I know you're probably really busy. So take care of yourself. Absolutely. Let's quickly talk to Mike. That's all we're going to have time for. Mike. Mike. What's up? Hey, How's it going, guys? Good. Hey, Bill. I like you know us Friday. By the way, Thanks for that. Thank you for the people. I worked for. Ah, 19 actually helping out with the clinic. We're trying to help Everybody reports back that you're going on. Keep everybody safe while we're trying to export from home everything. Thanks, Mike. Yeah, no problem. Enjoy it. And it was that was a nice e mail. You said that was a nice e mail. You sent us to Well, thank you. And that was very, very heartfelt. And I meant every word of it. Thank you. Thank you. Talk here. Mike, we gotta we gotta go. You okay? That's Ah. If you want to send us an e mail about how you're feeling about anything you want. You can always do that radio from Helen. X 96 dot com. The young men and women who become United States Marines come from our home towns to become part of something greater than themselves. They represent the fighting spirit that lives in us all. Today, we'd like to honor.
"university utah" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Is Yellowstone has he is he's fifty sixty percent of the world's geo thermal features so in essence it's got a lot of Bob scheme to let off but it let's stop the steam so one steamboat geyser goes off and maybe goes up twenty times in one year well it's been dormant for a while people lose track of the fact that that's a very dynamic the geothermal area on the planet probably the most dynamic and so changes would be expected and see that's why it's really a I think interesting that we absolutely have got the scientist that that know what's going on so it's one thing if I come on and say it but we've got Robert Smith distinguished professor of geophysics and geology university Utah and he's been the is considered one of the most knowledgeable men in the world by Yellowstone he was at the nineteen fifty nine seven point five Hampton lake earthquake that created quake lake we got Michael Poland scientist in charge L. Stovall no observatory and then we've got everybody on the west coast we got Douglas to me Emily hopper miles **** odd west assailant you know we've got people okay got a mall what got em all and so the thing that's interesting to me as I always get and I I you listen I do get testy because in sorry but I do when people say Yellowstone's gonna blow blah blah blah blah number one they've never been there number two they don't understand the dynamics of it or that digital physics of it and number three the reason Cascadia is been overlooked for so long is because people don't understand the different plate tectonic sub sub junction where for instance the Pacific plate is going into that Gorda plate or the one that you got played and when people understand that the very most bully people out there saying what we've we're we're we're telling you that I'm not talking the sciences that this is the area of concern that's what I had hoped to bring and I think we succeeded magnificently and this film like I said it's unusual and and I mean I didn't plan it this way we just got the final cut and you know it doesn't available for download on vimeo the DVDs will be available by the first of April but it's going to be a priority I would say this a pretty informative by the way this isn't anybody's opinion including mine but the people that I've seen it's a excuse me and tell me wow this thing is really helping me to understand Yellowstone because again I think it diverts people's attention from everything else going on versus mount tall.
"university utah" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast
"So that is it for the news so onto feed back So we've got all some feedback from chalet So Talking about our dive into Moulin from last week which hopefully everybody enjoyed editing. That one took me quite a while finding clips and stuff to fit in there. So you're welcome you're for the EARWORM but She mentions that George King was also an Avatar. The last air better Rasushi means the animated one which Yes yes. She's okay And then Log actually well known Broadway Star which I knew that it. Actually she was in George to case Show the Dow. I can't think of the name of it. He did a show based on his life story of being in an internment camp during World War Two Japanese interment camps and now I cannot think of the name of the show But yeah she's she's fairly well known as a Broadway Theater actress So then yeah then. Some of the actor other actors that weren't Luanne have also been in other other things too like the actor played. Chieh-fu has also been panda and also an appetite. Wash Air Vander shelter. Says that she loves him along. So much She is heard top favorite Disney princess and her princess movie Something we did not mention but Musha was supposed to see in the movie but the kind of out so is she also says. Grandma is the best grandma's argument there. Yeah I actually like my My GRANDMA MIND. Will Paul. Grammar reminds me of my grandma like. He's kind of like that state. Has that same personality. I think a lot of our grandma's do and she says a apparently the producer of the Lawn Pam Coats currently use live in Utah. I did not know that. But it's possible this possible. There's a lot of a lot of people well The I don't know if this is the case but I'm just thinking of a lot of people go to The University Utah for animation. And and and graphic design they end up working like Pixar in Disney. So you know that's I don't know if that's if that's the case with this lady but Maybe I duNno possibly. That's a tricky. I was not aware of Apparently Salt Lake Comic Con one year. They were guys. The dressed up as the concubine. Yes yes they actually have a facebook page steel. They're called the concubines of UTAH. Big following after. They showed up claus playing as it okay. It's it's lee-ing Chin Po. And yeah dressed up. As the you know ugly concubines got so many so many pictures taken of them and they were all over the place and so now they've into playing at other conventions although I think one of them think he was a narrow zone now or something like that but they still they still get together and go out as much as it used to but they are. I mean I think someone tweeted the picture to To Ming now win and she thought and she commented like Oh. That's that's amazing. And so that was kind of a cool thing for for those guys. But yeah that's that's the thing is so concubines Utah. They have a facebook page. Go look it up. Just like you're ugly concubines. That's exactly what they are. I've seen them. I've seen him a couple times at the CON. And I'm like Oh my gosh. You guys are hilarious and amazing. I I'd want your autographs. I love it just like this movie. Concubine lead the country. Yep Okay any questions does this. Make me that. Out sounds concubines. It was just these guys like they dressed up. These costs plate. Is that one one year and got so many people taking pictures of them and they were online and everywhere else and you'll see him up up in like those those those buzzfeed knock off websites and it's just like I know those.
"university utah" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Played in people one just today and you talk about how is started where it's at the fact that it's forty six years when you put it in context of real eight years behind the Superbowl I think a longevity that that's what's special about the game and what we so what what so what would people say if they go out and in addition a good and by the way the quality the caliber the game has gone from being have pretty good high school competition once upon a time to its it's it's it can college realm now of of football that is correct yeah I'm getting in telling the fire side that they do have someone that played at university Utah one point but is now the public safety sector and apparently we don't do recruiting to get on a loss I'd so how you ended up in fire industry will have to check into that and so the game will be good obviously about what else they gonna see out there what's that well you know we have a kid safety fair from eleven to one which is something we're really proud about as we've grown it go anywhere from maybe sidewalk CPR from the metro fire side to cyber bulling F. B. I. comes and so it's a great event for families bounce houses and then your twelve o'clock is when pre game is when they really start warming up we have the five hundred first legion from the Star Wars or they're gonna be walking around and storm in the field about twelve thirty were to start paying tribute to the fallen the following families and out some special for us we hope everybody gets inside and watches at to see that then the helicopter flyovers some really special yeah that that is a it's a very emotional experience to see and observe that that right there right over the field it said it's incredible and course remember these people are out there on their own time there put their heart and soul into it and they're going to practices after putting in their their ten hour days and so it's it is it's a lot of grit lot of heart and soul the athletic competition again I think is risen to incredible levels the last several years now your college ball players so you've you've you've seen that day I guess access the time you've been around it's been pretty good right yeah that's correct I think when people come every baby been they've come to pass the bulls are now coming back they were really impressed with the caliber plates you can hear the hits on the stand in the excitement is people was speed that can actually run you know run the distance from the goal line so it's really fun to hear that the fans open up and scream and cheer you know this year will be also partnered with make a wish which is something that we're really proud about and we have a nice surprise game day after right after the coin toss for someone's been the battle of their lives but to be able to be part of that that organization we're just proud about where the committee you know we're all volunteer committee right everybody steps of work so hard we would be able to be the successful with all them behind the scenes the the history on this for people who don't know way back when when it first started back in nineteen seventy five was the segment of police department verses Sekhemre sheriff's department and that over time the the participation kind of dwindled especially the PD they did there for whatever reason there it's just that just didn't seem to be as as much of a if that the capture the interest so it went largely sheriff's department and then the decision came up was that during your time that the decision was made to open it up to fire yeah was it in exactly you know and it actually nineteen seventy four was a fundraiser for fallen families and the start off as a flag football game and then turn into a full contact came to where we are today yeah and then there was a there was a transition there when you looked at there was some downturn as far as interest from law enforcement getting support because like you said they they volunteer their time so whose plan this year you got but twenty five members the sheriff's department and the rest is come combination different people from different law enforcement agencies yeah that's correct it's kind of a hybrid team is what I call it now it's long for some locals Sacramento region law enforcement primarily sheriff's department sack PT we have some CDC officers as well as Davis PD and on the fire side same thing if they're in the public safety service if if they're working for a more in the park in the park is not necessarily fire of their and their paramedics orientations that's correct so you could appeal those after the loss I'd say because there is that what we do I was trying to recruit but it's a little too early maybe next year we'll get some others involved but it yeah we have a strong team looks like both sides have a sixty Ross sixty person roster so it's it's a solid team and before we ever got takers mother business turns them all but I before we wrap up today I do want to get your protection and stay with that how you see this thing coming out who the superstars you can imagine fire has the the former universe you top layer of a correct what about the other side of the law side I guess as a running back the they just recruited maybe from west act so I don't know if they want on the recruiting trail became and I'm not sure where he played but I've had in my brother coach is enhanced tell me was like this this guy was legit and so I so it's good to hear I look for to see him play yeah well we're talking pig ball guns and houses it's a great opportunity to go as a community event is a lot of fun is a good plan a good place to take the kids this weekend if you're looking for something to do in fact more than admit but make it a priority to get there what's the cost for people to go and take your kids it's ten dollars to get in the gate ten dollar parking charge but once you get in the again the experience is what everybody they're excited about you know have time we have a canine demonstration we have hall of fame inductions as we as we could we've implemented five years ago so we're excited about what we have going on again because mother doesn't come right back with much more talk about pick bowl presents a guns N. hoses the whole way always says you trust Christine went on to Sam Shane tomorrow while you drive to work and the ugly and one local city we're live downtown for the state of downtown with doctor he and mayor Steinberg KFBK morning news news ninety three point one a of B. K. general Mr world here on the world's most scenic road trip all the views are so rare will go.
"university utah" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Second of two thousand seventeen just sort of started dwindling down. WHOA WHOA WHOA WHOA? That's weird like this would make sense of. It was two thousand fifteen or I after twenty. Six of this makes no sense. Second twenty seventeen. What is going on what is going on and then I realized Oh? It's not that the amount of water being used going down is that it takes six to twelve months for for the operator to report to focus report the railroad commission to report to IHS fry just released to the customers before you're actually seeing the information so when we're looking at this information from us but all these companies that rely on government data to tell you what's happening the oilfield you're always looking into the past some amount and in the case of this water usage data. You're looking six to twelve months in the past A. We're looking at satellite imagery. That's no more than five days as old. So that's that was when the light bulb went off it was like you know what we don't have to see the future if we're seeing the president and everyone else is looking at the past. We're better than everybody else. And that's good enough. We don't need to do any predictive analytics. We just need to know what we're looking at today. It just needs to see a picture and so we'd see a picture and so now turns that'd be a little trickier than that because army base and better part one hundred thousand square miles. You know like I said not just bigger than New England but actually bigger than the nine smallest. US dates and you wouldn't drive around around the state of Massachusetts counting the swimming pools in people's backyards. You wouldn't get very foreign. Guess what Massachusetts a really tiny fraction of the size of the Permian Basin. You wouldn't do that plus even if you did. Try to do that. With the team of hundreds of landman you still would fail because most of these ponds are visible from any road. You could ever drive without without getting shot at so. I'm just looking at checkout on your back now so you know we. We then started thinking about and I start thinking about. That's really interesting. What else can we see happening on the ground and yesterday satellite imagery that either never shows up the regulatory data? We'll take a really long time to show up and the next idea was well pads because well pads always have to get built L. before the rig goes to the pad and what why is everybody not to name names but look why do people buy drilling infill. Well basically to see the daily drilling permit report where the rigs are okay so we did this study again with actually now with ut with with a got at university Utah where we compared okay. How do the drilling permits historically compared to the spud dates versus well pat construction for those same wells compared to the spud dates? What we found was come to mind was the average drilling permit in Texas his released released or filed the soon as you can see it from the Railroad Commission on average sixteen days after the well has already spotted and so all these companies are saying? We're trying to get ahead of the of the rig by you know looking at the permits so we can get there and sell them our stock or keep ahead of our competitors your two weeks behind you already missed it and so it turns out that the well pads on average are built about four months before the well get spotted which is make sense so you're talking to somebody drilling coordinator when do you build those roads and pats. You're always going to build them a pretty far out ahead of when you think the rig might possibly get there and the range might be anywhere from one month to even nine months and we saw is typically. It's kind of in the three to four month range but it's definitely a lot sooner than the drilling permit comes out and so from there was like okay. There's a a Lotta stuff. We can do the satellite imagery and coming back to our whole business models like now. We don't have the the the marketplace data which is like proprietary criterion valuable but not extensive. Right like when you've got a price on water dispose system that's valuable but there's not enough of it okay. We've got the government data which is very extensive but isn't inherently proprietary right. Because in theory anybody can get it and backed us. There's actually a lot art and science to making it useful and reliable. Yeah and we've really invested a lot in data integrity. So because he just and we do that because when we show customers what we're doing like we just get complaints out the Wazoo due. Somebody's like I have a well there and you're not showing it so I know nothing that you do. We always had to respond to that being like. Oh boy you know like let's find out what happened. Companies in the space you know. That's what they focus on public data. And that's a common complaint like. You'll have some geologists that will then you're all wrong entire entire thing shit exactly so we had to basically like always be able to say. Here's why it's not there and have a good reason right another lose all trust okay. So there's a lot investment but the real breakthrough with the satellite imagery analytics. Because here's something. Both extensive covers the whole basin and potentially the whole world potentially and the nobody else has and it's really hard to do and actually really is proprietor knowledge because of the methods but we've actually had four. US Patents granted on the use of satellite imagery for analyzing energy infrastructure. So not just filed. But like. I mean everyone's US patent pending. They came out regatta. We have so how do you. Let's stop on the patio. Patent is is it a patented process or is it a patent type of technology or it's always a process with utility patents. How you do it and so if if all you're doing is looking at satellite pictures and literally singer? Well that looks like a pond okay check. Nobody can patent that looking at a picture and saying in what you think. You're looking at the picture. That is not a panel thing. Yeah it's gotta be not obvious to a practitioner of the art basically expert. It needs to be not obvious for them. That's one of the standards. It Asu espy novel and so we seem to be the first company that really got into using machine learning and computer vision and end external data sources to figure out very fast large scale. What's in a whole basin wide area so so in other words there's plenty of companies that were already just taking satellite imagery and saying I'm looking at my lease every week? I WanNa see if something happened on that lease. You know that's fine. You're looking at your elise when you're covering one hundred thousand square miles turns out and we actually did this math if you were just going to have trained. Humans every five days trying to cover the entire Permian Basin to spot every single new fresh pond and well pad. You would need a team of more than one hundred people working full-time twenty four hours. A day. Seven days a week to keep up with that every day. Image pace hundred. Feel like it'd be more than Andre. numbs Allama Audran. Here's one hundred fifty but like nobody's doing that makes no sense the things that we do to be able to process the entire Permian basin every five days or even every three days and pick out every one of those new things we use machine learning computer vision and we pull in a lot of kind of external sources to cross relate like all the well bore data. You know that helps us figure out where the well pads are okay. That's a well pat not a home site because there was a well bore there. That's part of our patent looking at different periods of time looking different resolutions of imagery. There's a whole bunch of specific methods. We used accelerate that that are patent that that aren't were patentable so it's really about the how you do it. It's not just the it's not just the thought of a thing I thought was like okay. Well you know what if somebody from. Jillian Vos listening to podcasts. And if they're GONNA go out and give them satellite imagery Kinda you've had on but I didn't know that it was a laborious. Is that of having. That is the equivalent of one hundred people working twenty four hours a day to do that manually. So you get bullpens little motor on that no member that we talked to that satellite imaging company company on a some time last year. I didn't include that. You guys were doing this and I love her. I can't remember but anyways time might using satellite imagery Madrid for mineral funds to truly get ahead of the number one. I mean the number one people who because we weren't even sure who necessarily wanted this book the number one people were the most salivating Hans. Data's mineral funds. Yeah because if they can figure out in advance WHO's GONNA be drilling wear that the whole game as shit about mineral funds and I know that we can as the satellite imaging run circle. Tell me other guys were doing. There's there's some other ways there were just the way I think about our business now is we're trying to help our clients get further and further ahead in time About what's happening in the oilfield and we're helping me get deeper and deeper into the ground about what's happening in particular round water but as you can see it's kind of expanding to all upstream activity which you know water relates all upstream activity. So one is satellite imagery another is we built a system system that scrapes six hundred ninety one Texas and New Mexico newspapers because in those newspapers somewhere every day or a couple of little legal notices. She says where somebody has posted publicly because they have to that. They're going to drill a new injection disposal. Well and they don't even exactly where it is but because 'cause new disposal injection wellspring that's suppose wells are the longest lead time permitting item now in the upstream process because there's more and more sections to them there's concerns about seismicity concerns about you know cross communication underground and so if you know you're gonNA be drilling somewhere. Basically the first thing you have to line up after the lease the lease but basically the next thing you're going to do is figure out. Where am I going to get my disposal and if I need permits I'd better start this process now? Yeah so the release thing that happens is filing that public notice which is always published published in the most obscure local local. Paper can possibly being because they do not want you to see that. Notice the whole point of the notices to give people nearby the opportunity to protest and you get protested that permit that my taken. You three months is now going to take you a year and a half two years yet even if you get it and you might not get it. And so we scrape all the bigger companies. Some of them have two or three people whose job is just read. The papers enterprise. You know one of the finest semi annual in West Texas and actually they're semi weekly and all sorts of local papers like that and try to find. Those in by the way is not the notices were only disposal notices hostesses for pro like so and so died or went bankrupt or whatever it is you know rather than an estate sale picking up to ten of them that appear every single day in in Texas New Mexico become familiar with the locals that just keep getting arrested every week right again. That might be the next thing I know but the people actually the job is to read. Did they probably do get really into it. So they're like this is like days of our lives so you know we're trying to get people out further in time in terms what's happening and then we're doing more and more around the geosciences it's a salt water disposal so along with the fact that up until the last few years even the water is a huge huge part of the upstream industry. Nobody was really thinking thinking about it. Systemically they're just kind of feeling the tail or the toenail the elephant or that knows the elephant. The old saw well we. We realized for a hundred years. Geologists have been studying the Permian Basin to figure out whether oil is get it out but actually nobody's been studying this observers the permanent base figure out where to put the water back down and so it turns out there's about forty seven salt water disposal capable formations in the Permian Basin and and basically only three or four of them. Ever get used and so there's a lot more capacity there than people realize interesting. And meanwhile the couple that really really really popular like the San Andreas middleham-based. That's just what everybody does because it's shallow so it's inexpensive to drill into it but it's getting massively over pressured and that causes all kinds of problems and basically when you drill through it that water then shoots down into your well and see early pumping water into your well and also can result in blowouts because you're hitting a really high pressure zone. It's you got mud up and to get through. It's really matters where these pressure layers are. Yeah and where. There's available capacity in terms PROC- permeability and those lower pressure levels and there's a lot of places to put water but you know no one really map that out so we're trying to map that stuff out in three D to say not just where the disposal wells and what are the pressures the you know at the top of the whole but where those disposals really injecting into not. Just what is it saying the permit the permit is wrong and to the extent that people are looking at. Where's this dispose lunch acting? They're looking at the drilling permit for the disposal. Which says you know? We're going to check into this five thousand foot interval from top to bottom because hey if we went to all the trouble to get his permit we WANNA ask ask for as much as we can get but they might have only perforated a few hundred feet in there and so.
"university utah" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Tech he is one of a growing number of colleges were students are leading a surge in competitive climbing Wall Street journal freelance reporter Hillary populates says a generation of kids who grew up amid the bloom and climbing gyms is transforming the college scene from rag tag recreational clubs into a competitive league Hillary what's up here there's been a huge growth in indoor climbing gyms over the past decade a little over a decade and so on and they all the gyms dart with use cleaning team they are competitive youth teams and the about these kids who over the past ten years or so I've been doing competitive climbing and now they're getting ready to go to college and they wanna keep climbing while hard so the growth in this it just seems over the handful of years has been huge name schools like Georgia tech university Utah Colorado right explain so it started a few years ago in a lot of the schools had climbing walls right that's been the big seeing a lot of card input in crime and also there's definitely been interest but with this we abused climbers better nothing to graduate so like over the past three three to four years or so you have all these competitive climbers coming in and they're just taking these sort of casual recreational rock climbing class and turning them into like competitive climbing team for speak with Hillary pocket what's contributing reporter to the Wall Street journal she's written a piece about how rock climbing has become very competitive on college campuses so much so that they formed clubs and teams how are these things scored by the way is it fastest to the top is that's is it is that simple there are three different I guess in competitive climbing one is declining which you.
"university utah" Discussed on X96
"You know demand the note to the bank teller on and on the back of the notice his name and address so it's fairly easy for the police to locate him a going up against bone or tendon in number two country music will change your DNA this woman who claims to be a best selling author and commentator who no one's ever heard of yeah says the country music songs contain spells and musical scales that will change your DNA make to become an evil Satan worship and the winner boulder candidate number two free music will change your DNA all right reporter of the day for August fifth twenty nineteen now qualified to be bar owner of the week all right hold on to some there's roller derby women in the studio and I will have them introduce themselves your name is enterprise yes and hypnotic therapy hypnotherapy all right and the reason there are roller derby women here is because I'm this is a big deal this event coming up in Utah county right yes it is tell us about it so what we are having the North America west continental Cup for WFTDA which is the women's flat track derby association out of the four hundred and sixty member leagues in the world it's people ranked between thirty four and seventy eight pretty good okay I'm done so there's the torque tournament with teams from all over the place there eight teams from America to from Canada in two from Australia and there is a so it's this Friday Saturday and Sunday and there is a full slate about on me all day every day right now yeah pretty much starts starts in the morning ten AM on Friday and we go well into the evening and then pick up from there Dave where is it it's gonna be at the you see see you center in warm so that so that you talk valley community college they were the Utah valley university Utah valley had to be you yeah yeah and it's it's at their of in certain that's that's a nice location to how this lot of people can fit in there yeah so many people help now how do you I mean how many people do you hope will come how many do you expect and how do you get tickets for well we expect Utah to super get excited about this and everybody come so hopefully will.
"university utah" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"We have to studies done by primarily. Let's calm Smith. And. Herrero up pretty Columbia University Utah's. I recall, and they looked at incidents in which. We're used to stop behaviors during their tax. And they said, you know, there's there is so much of the time. And then they looked at incidents in which bears were sprayed by people with bear spray and bears. Usually left the area, but the bear spray incidents were generally not attack. And they were in when they break grizzly bears. For example, the. Most of these incidents were Elber how I've been told how of the where national parks where the park staff was sprayed inquisitive curious bears, Mississippi completely different situation, and when they sprayed grizzlies, they added armed. Person with a twelve gauge shotgun backing them up. So. They're not comparible the two studies are not compatible. And yet that's what people do to claim that they're spray is more effective than fire than we've seen plenty of bear spray failures. Of course, we union students in which firearms failed to but they seem. Less likely. And if you just look at the physics involved, you basically have an irritant being sprayed at an animal. Yeah. That'll stop it from doing some Gabi or some of the time or you have projectiles being put into the vital organs animals, kill them. And i'll. My experience with reality. Is that killing an animal stops more definitely than spraying it with an irritant. Right. Now, some people quit the big claim the whole reason not the entire east. But one of the biggest reasons for bear spray. Isn't there doesn't get killed? But that's not a feature. It's a. Dog because this there's already so willing to attack people right bears. The cat people should be killed the number of incidents of bears attacking people is miniscule tiny rare number debt if you killed every bear that attack. The person wouldn't affect the population dynamics of bears North America at all. And I don't think there's anybody who disagrees with the premise. Yeah. It's more important to stop an attack on a person than it is to have another tagged issue to a bear hundred some point we have to limit the population of bears or they become unmanageable. You get out of hand they caused property damage and kill people and the no repairs have to be killed to do that banishment is far far greater than the number of bears that attack humans. Better purpose. Packet person issue. Let me get old right? There were coming up on the next break. You can find that article and everything else.
"university utah" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Right? Whatever you're holding your phone is distracting. It is just as distracting to be talking on the phone what your eyes are doing is fifty percent of it. What your brain is doing is the other fifty percent? And the research has shown that if you want to not be distracted while driving. Don't talk on the phone hands-free in your hand, your bud over the new the talking on the phone distracts, your brain from me. Okay. But you're talking about distracting, your brain that's half of the equation half of it. So so whether you are talking on the phone or whether you are looking at your phone because you're texting your brains distracted. But let's talk about the other aspect of it. And where are your eyes at that point in time? Because of my eyes are up on my brain is distracted. I'm going to have a better chance of avoiding an accident. Then if my. Is down texting and distracted. So I mean, I think degrees. But the the research says they are equally distracting they're equally distracting, but looking at your phone is more dangerous because it leads to more accidents when your eyes off the road the renaissance research, the research says different. But that's okay. And the research I've seen says when you look down at your phone for X amount of second driving the length of a football field practically with your eyes closed that is vastly more dangerous than having a conversation behind the wheel the research that I saw in this a group of psychologist university Utah found that when you are talking on the phone drivers get a tunnel vision where their minds become focused. Elsewhere people can enter the state during a phone conversation. Whether or not they're holding the phone there are now thirty five studies that try to compare hand held a hands free. And they say there is no difference in the impairment either direction in your brain in your brain, your brain. But we're. Or your eyes at that point yet. Your brain is destroyed my brain, I'm gonna tell you right now staring straight ahead and not noticing. You're just distract is looking down at your your coffee Cup. Okay. So I'm just as distracted when Riley asks me a question of the backseat. So we kick her out different parts of your four kick my husband out because he's asking me questions in the car argument is holding your phone. You can't hold a coffee Cup. I'm not looking down with the coffee Cup for thirty seconds. But my point is holding the phone is not in itself, a distraction holding it isn't. But nobody your ticket for it. But people don't, but I mean, come on let let's use some commonsense here holding the phone is not what people are doing. They are looking down in a are changing their navigation. They are texting they're reading an Email. They're not just holding it. It's not as you're holding a coffee Cup. Like, you're holding a cellphone, you're doing something different with the technology. And not as what's creating the problem. I think people have this this idea that it's only the. Phone itself. The physical problem. I would argue fifty percent of the problem is talking on the phone. How many times have you driven past your exit? How many times have you looked down and gone? Oh my goodness. How long have I been driving? And you have absolutely no idea you're doing you were talking on the phone your brain can do both. I've done it without even being on the phone just dangerous. Yeah. Absolutely. What do you draw that line? Yeah. So our focus all this week all online at KTAR dot com and here on KTAR has been Arizona's immigration crisis. We recently justed just less. Our talk to the mayor of the largest border town in Arizona Nogales will tell you what he said react to some of his conversation. That's coming up after Bob McClay checks in with our top stories..
"university utah" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"Well, he could I you know, two three because I think both the Niners and the jets you need a player of his caliber. So I think he's going to be I think barring crazy trades because there's some teams that could trade up. He will go I think in a top three overall. I Kentucky Wildcats. The god. It really at the senior bowl week Lonnie Johnson the corner helped himself great length at six three. Very good athlete. A Mike Edwards a safety. All around the ball got his all over the field making plays. I wouldn't she stallings the guard certainly by Bennie Snell running back, but I think of all the guys Lonnie Johnson may be the most intriguing along with Edwards those two defensive backs compla- and Beatty as well, they're babies, so you're gonna see three defensive backdraft. And I think Lonnie Johnson could go second or third round depending upon how the combine goes that Edwards could go third or fourth round depending upon how the combine ends up for those two rolling along with ask Mel Dorian Meli as. ESPN radio out to one of our nation's most beautiful states to Idaho. And Keegan, hey, Keegan. Hey. Thank you much. A question for you got a question about university, Utah two brothers and neither lot on your Jackson including button. What are we can't get you been drafted tonight early this year? Well, I don't think so early. I think when you look at where they're going to go, I think when you look at Barton as a guy can make plays as a backup type special teamer, and I think for the tackle more of a developmental Jackson. Bart. And I think more day three I think the first Utah. You drafted will be chased Hansen who was a former safety turn linebacker whose ideal for today's NFL. I wrote up Hansen on ESPN dot com after game in October. I think he could be a third round pick. All right. Let's go. Let's go more. Let's keep on rolling. One. More time. -sconsin Connecticut's got what you got from. Guys. Thanks for taking my call is just wondering Steelers fan. And is there anybody gonna be around in the late first round for them to draft? I would help them out. Yeah. I think it inside linebacker like Devon Bush. I think it it seems like that's where the projections are taking Bush that twentieth. Spot and inside linebacker with his capability think would be huge that defense, and and you know corner as well. But if you look at the corners at that particular juncture of round one who would be a guy attractive at that point. That's the question. I I don't I don't see one at that stage of the round one unless the Andre Baker got down there. Maybe Byron Murphy from Washington or Julian love from Notre Dame. But I think the better pick would be a Devon Bush Devin Bush fits what we're seeing today in the National Football League, nobody has better instincts in more of a notion of the ball than Devon Bush doesn't he looks like a Steeler to me Dari? I think that would be a good pick for them. All right. There you go. You got through. I got hit nine.
"university utah" Discussed on X96
"It's now. Well, don't you have to tone it down quite a bit for the team? I mean a little bit. There is a movie that was rated PG thirteen that came out what ten years ago or so so they probably went of that same thing of rent. But just just not good for people that are less anybody in it that we know. Huggins? Person looks familiar would it have been better. Had it been live. Do you think? Well, for people in Salt Lake it's coming to the echoes as part of the season in like three months, so go, then it will be far better that way. Okay. A banner and some stickers. That officials say are linked to hate groups have been removed from the university of Utah campus in a message, titled condemning racism posted at the us website. President Ruth Watkins said a banner was found on the George s Eccles legacy bridge on Saturday and stickers showed up elsewhere on campus earlier in the week. She said two separate groups labeled as white supremacists by the anti defamation league were responsible. She did not reveal what the banner and sticker said, but noted the university has an ethical obligation to call out hate speech. Let me be clear. Well, our campuses an open forum where individuals may express their views the rhetoric used by these groups is not align with or reflect the university's Utah values Watkins wrote these cowardly faceless and non university sanctioned tactics are designed to disrupt and frightened individuals and communities and to garner attention for an insidious ideology that has no place. On our campus or in our community racist flyers from the white supremacist group. Vanguard America were posted on campus back in two thousand seventeen as well. And I don't know what these sad. I didn't see the original posts. Sean means has reviewed what he says is the hottest ticket at the twenty nine nine thousand nine Sundance film festival a dramatic retelling of the story of Ted Bundy, and it did not disappoint in provoking reactions. Sean writes audiences are loving it. Which is great. You could feel it people really seemed to be connecting and getting something out of it. Filmmaker Joe Berlinger who directed the new drama exceedingly wicked shockingly evil in bile kind of a long title for not for Sundance move. He said in an interview on Sunday efforts premier Saturday night and a second screening Sunday morning. The movie casts heartthrob it says here Zach Ephron as the charismatic young man who ultimately admitted to murdering at least thirty women in the sixties and seventies crime spree that spanned the country from Washington state to Florida with stops in Utah Colorado in between. Bundy actually was convicted of kidnapping in Utah and seventy six he was extradited to Colorado to face murder charges, but he escaped twice in January of seventy eight two weeks after his second escape and Colorado. He killed two young women injured three others at Florida State University crimes for which he was ultimately convicted and for which he was executed in the electric chair in Florida. That was in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine this Ted Bundy renaissance that is going on is odd isn't a documentary there. There's the net flicks. Same guy did the documentary. He took. Archival stuff that he had that and put it together as a documentary on Netflix dumped it onto net flicks. And then did the. Get the movie early reviews of the movie were mixed to positive guardian. The guardian said that. Ephrons performance was very good accomplished fiercely committed but that the movie struggled to justify its existence. Over Owen Glieberman to justify their existence. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. Sure. I mean, it's why in the hell did you make this? Murders hot right now. That's why. But but he didn't buddy buddy, but he didn't justify that Owen Glieberman in the daily variety called honestly unsettling an authentic an inquiry into a question of who Ted Bundy was indie wires, Kate. Herb blend called the rare film about a criminal that offers human details without without humanizing. A man who so many agreed was a monster. This is a very polarizing subject. The director Berliner said knowledge, the reviews, there's a fine line were drawing between people's perceptions that were glorifying him versus having a real reason to telling this story again in this way. And I asked the magic box, and I get the answer the reason for the Ted Bundy renaissance thirty year anniversary of his execution. Yeah. He was executed on twenty four th of January and eighty nine. There you go. It's time and the long title of the movie is a quote from the judge when he laid down his first life sentence. That's it. So there you go. But so it's getting mixed reviews. But generally Zach Ephron is getting good. They're saying he's he's good movie. Maybe not so much. But people are saying why would you get somebody? So good looking and charming to play Ted. Bundy was good looking charming. Yeah. I mean that was that's part of the fascination with him. I think they should have had patent Oswald. Oh, yeah. House nice to play a serial killer. We'll have but but Ted Bundy was nice to people will impact it. Nice patents. Lapenne played a murderer in that sports talk movie. Remember that one he was a fan. I think it was called the fame or something like that. And he he was a murderer. Was he a murderer? Did he kill people? I know he was a criminal. No, he he was a bad guy in that movie. Well, he golden patent Oswald. Movie. Toward the end he wound up killing somebody like his father or something or his mother. He was pretty he became pretty all he was he was such an obsessive person, and he became more and more. So but. He seemed like he killed his mother. You know, somebody in the anyway, go ahead. Anyhow. The documentary. The Bundy tapes released on net flicks. Yeah. Oh, there it is the thirtieth anniversary of. Yeah. There you go. All right, sports, weather traffic. The jazz one last night one twenty five to one eleven over the timber wolves thought this was kind of funny. I really liked Gregg Popovich, he's the coach of the Spurs sparked guy. Apparently last night sixteen seconds into the game. He called an angry timeout. You don't like what I call the time out for anger, just angry. Get over here. We need to talk about this season. He's a really really smart guy. Yeah. I like I like his political commentaries is I'm a fan of that. Let's see whether it should just be a nice day to day sunny and almost forty for a high not nice, though, if you're trying to get up to Sundance, I'm afraid, thanks. Yeah. There's just there's major issues. There was a rollover crash at mountain Dell and I've heard from several friends of the program that are still stuck there. They're even saying that you should take immigration canyon. Don't even try to go up parleys take immigration in and come around the back way to come up. Really perks it. Yeah. I mean, Kari you got a couple of hours. It's probably going to be clear if you're talking right now. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm sure it will be cleared up by the time you're coming up. But if you're on your way now, maybe wanna think about immigration canyon rollover crash fifteen southbound approaching seventy second south in midvale, the center lanes are blocked and traffic is back to fifty third south crash eastbound tool one freeway just after fifty six hundred west the right lane and shoulder affected, their that's traffic. Right. All right Wallner candidate number three. Just walk. These people. Dozens of people have been infected in a measles outbreak that is raging through parts of the Pacific northwest, prompting Washington governor Jay Inslee to declare.
Utah State University, Utah and Aspen discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"New study reveals a huge colony of trees known as pando in Utah's fish lake. National forest is shrinking researchers at Utah state university say the massive grove of aspen's is thinning out in part because of failed attempts at preservation the study mentioned fencing which didn't keep mule deer and cattle from grazing to close in preventing new growth. Scientists believe panel also known as the trembling giant is a single living organism connected by a vast