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"utsa" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Hey, Charlie, the Holy Spirit is on fire in you tonight. Oh, you're very kind. Thank you. Real quick. One thing. So how do we get men back into the household? How do we get these older men who have abandoned their families? How do we get them back to take care of their kids? And how do we educate the younger generation to not help to not make them repeat great mistakes? Great question. I will. By the way, fatherlessness is not just in the black community. It's it's just worse in the black community. Right. This is one thing where I think we need to bring back shame culture. And I know that sounds, you know, unchristian. If you impregnate a woman and you abandon her, you should be shamed from decent society. You should be shamed from decent society. We should not act as if that is acceptable. That is cowardly. That is wrong. And honestly, it drives it's not acceptable, but it drives a lot of abortions in the country. Right. I'm not saying that's a reason for abortion. I'm not justifying it. But a lot of them say, well, I don't have a man to take care of me. Couple things against part of this is idealistic. Part of it's not. We have to change the way that we view sex. Sex is not just about pleasure. It's about connection. We should try to tell young people to save themselves for marriage, regardless of how much condemnation. That makes you receive. But purity culture, I don't hear about that at all anymore. It's like been completely obliterated. We've like dropped that battle. In fact, I think young people are more likely to receive that message now than ever before. But more importantly, as we have to build up, what does it mean to be a man? Right. And being a man is not just spreading your seed and running around. Right. Being a man is finding your life partner and building a family, nurturing and protecting and developing something beautiful. Thank you very much. I got it. I got it. Next one. Next one. Two more. We'll do two more, everybody. Is that OK? Everybody. Two more questions. OK. Great. So first, I want to say thank you for coming to UTSA. We appreciate you. My question was, what's your thoughts on populism? It seems like there's a divide within the GOP between neocons and the more populist elements. I want to know your thoughts on that. It's a great question. Yeah. Depends how you define populism. I think I'm 100 percent on board for a lot of the populist elements that are ascendant right now. But we also must understand populism can go too far. Right. You must be anchored in conservative values. I call them biblical values or whatever it is. Right. So populism is listening to your voters to see if they are saying something that is not being addressed, that your current political apparatus is ignoring. Right. For example, trade. If it was not for the populist movement, we never would have a robust discussion on importing piles of plastic in from China into the country. That was a legitimate concern that middle America was saying, hey, why are you shutting down our factories? And for years, we said, sit down and shut up. And the populist movement, to their credit, you know, really was able to platform that as a major issue. But here's the thing is you have to be careful not to overly pander to masses. Right. Because crowds are not always right. At the same time, you should not despise them and you should not shut them up or suffocate them. You should listen to your voters, but it always should come back to a conservative type perspective. And you must use prudence when actually implementing the policy. I'm on board, though, for 99 percent of what's happening in populism in this country right now. I think it's good that we're finally talking about immigration, foreign wars, trade deals. And honestly, if it was not for populism, we would not be talking about the chemical castration of our kids and the butchering of them through this trans agenda. That's a great thing that the populist movement has brought forward. So if if the public is howling, they might have a good reason. And the contempt of old school conservatism is we're not going to listen to our voters ever. They're wrong. We know it's better. Instead, it's like, well, maybe they're telling you something you should listen to. Maybe they're telling you that their purchasing power is going down and they can't afford homes and inflation is crushing their back and gas prices are unreachable and the borders wide open. And they're taking tired of you because you can't even pick a speaker of the house. Thank you so much. Appreciate it.
"utsa" Discussed on Bet The Board
"So we'll see exactly what that New Look offense is capable of doing against Coach McIntyre's Panthers defense right out of the gates. From Rustin to a lovely Texas El Paso, we head for Dana Dimmel's UTEP Miners who see their win total at five and a half. This number has been on the move a little bit, has ticked to the over. Modest movement there, nothing in terms of actual half games. Arguably one of the toughest coaching jobs in Texas college football. I mean, you mentioned maybe in the entire country. The Miners have bowled just seven times in 55 years and have won more than eight games just twice ever in their program's history. Biggest coaching point from Dana Dimmel during spring was being assignment sound with so many new players coming in to help the program, so much so that the Miners did not actually have their own spring game, just took advantage of that additional practice. There does appear to be talent returning on the offensive and defensive side, but again, reason for optimism about the recruiting class that UTEP was able to bring in to help get them back to the postseason, something that they missed out on last year by the slimmest of margins. Yeah, so I mean, it went out and got a bunch of jukos. I mean, something you don't hear about too often, I mean, because everyone's so focused on the transfer portal and then obviously the recruiting ranks, so it's probably an opportunity to really scowl over the juko ranks, almost 25 of them, last I counted as far as incoming juko guys. It shows you that they want to win now. I don't think Dimmel should be feeling pressure. I think he's done a wonderful job the last couple of years, considering they went to a bowl game two years ago, came down to basically one possession against UTSA, a game they should have won. They blew a big lead, picked six before halftime, totally changed the momentum of that game. I mean, I watched the Boise State game during the season. It was a Friday night game. And I thought it was one of the best performances I've seen from UTEP. And in my 30 years of watching college football, they just dominated physically Boise State. And speaking of physicality, I think they can lean on it again this year. They got four starters back on the offensive line. They lost a key guy, the right tackle to Florida State. I mean, I couldn't get pain to shut up about him at dinner a couple of weeks ago, how good this Meyers kid's gonna be. But Hardison's back at quarterback. They got a solid running back. The question I have is, man, believe it or not, UTEP's had a couple of dynamic wide receivers the last couple of years. And we're gonna mention this almost ad nauseam. Those guys get picked up now. And Jacob Cowan went to Arizona and had a thousand yard season at Arizona. And this year, the guy that I thought offensively really flashed to me was Tyron Smith, had a thousand yards receiving. Where's he at now? He's at Texas A &M. So unfortunately for programs like this, anybody that really stands out is gonna get picked up and probably end up at a power five spot. That's definitely the big challenge. Almost every week, these group of five programs that have difference makers, whether they be in the trenches or on the outside, are gonna catch the eyes of some of those power programs that are looking to add to their coffers and try and acquire talent there. So UTEP will be very interesting. They started this season against the next team on our preview list, that of course being State, Jacksonville led by a familiar name for those folks not familiar with the program, one being Rich Rodriguez. Best part of his first season at Jacksonville State, you ask. He accused his season opening opponent last year of spying on the spring game. But to Rich Rod's credit, did lead the Gamecocks to a 9 -2 record. They won the ASUN Conference Championship. Staff returns all but one full -time coach. Obviously help with preparations for the spring game. When you look at Rich Rodriguez since leaving West Virginia in 2007, hasn't had a ton of success. Fired after just three years on the job at Michigan with a 15 -22 record. Was let go after six seasons in Tucson and Arizona, eight games above 500. And it also came with a sexual harassment claim against him to boot as well. Spent a year at Ole Miss, a year at ULM, both as an offensive coordinator. When we look at Jacksonville State, we talk about Rich Rod. Brad, it's always going to be about the quarterback position. And there were six quarterbacks that took reps in Jacksonville State's spring game on a Thursday night. The biggest question mark for this program is waiting to figure out if Zion Webb can get his seventh year of eligibility granted to lead this team in their week one opener against UTEP. That's significant. I would say Webb's probably worth about two and a half, three points to the overall team power rating. Not that he's a great passer. He's not, but very inconsistent. But he's a really good runner and a guy that was originally at a power five school that can really run the offense. I mean, he's dynamic in the run game, 13 rushing touchdowns a year ago. So that is something to keep an eye on that the market's not going to necessarily have appropriately priced in, in my opinion, whether or not he plays. The good news is they got a really stable running back core, in my opinion. Lewis, their leading rusher a year ago, was good. The guy I really liked was Wiggins as far as explosiveness, 7 .7 yards per carry, really flashed down the stretch. I think they got a decent wide receiver. I was also watching a little bit of those spring game highlights. Galban at wide receivers, really good in my opinion. He was last year's leader. So there's some weapons there on offense, no matter who starts, that they, they got a clue. And look, Rodriguez, I mean, would I trust him at a power five school? No. But at this level, absolutely. I mean, he hasn't forgotten offense. They're still running wide splits, zone reads. They're running the football considerably. 69 % of the time they ran last year. So the quarterback doesn't mean as much as what it could be, at least in the balance here after spring, whether or not you're going to return your multiple year starting quarterback or not. Do we feel some of college football has caught up to the principles that made Rich Rod so successful in Morgantown well over a decade ago? Or what do you feel has kind of slowed down his ability to
"utsa" Discussed on Course and Career Chat
"And this is pulsing korean chat. Hi everyone and welcome to close and korea chat. I'm so glad that he was made today. Today i have an interview with laura and laura has done quite of study in this area but at the moment. She is at utsa in sydney doing bachelor of forensic science majoring in it. Crime scene. Investigation these interviews fascinating and laura is clearly passionate about what she's doing. She talks about all the study. she's done. She goes into some different cases to kind of explain. What it means to be a forensic scientist and the kinds of things that you get to if you interested in this area of really encourage you to listen and have a look at some of the links that i put in the shy nights to help get a better understanding of what forensic science ease so. He pleases an up to my interview with laura. Hi laura and welcome to cause and career chat. Thank you so much being with us today. Thank you for having me. Sorry i always like to go right back to the start. I have a six year old. And i were just talking about him before we got started. He's going through lots of different things that he would like to do right now on the weekend. We actually go to nintendo switch. And he's obsessed. With mario. I think at the what he really wants to do is create computer games. So what did you do when you were a little kid. When i was a little kid. I remember wanting to be a ballerina but i feel like yes more giving an answer for the sake of giving an answer rather than actually exploring what i wanted to do like what i was passionate about. I remember my first memory of actually being interested in kind of like a friend's perspective was. I was about four years old and i used to go to the supermarkets with my mom and i would oscar de la like lift me up so i could see the top shelf of will be off cuts.
"utsa" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Like that. Right yeah. I was pushed into the gifted program from a very young age and then i was sent to a private school. Utsa which is just up at the annex and Yeah that was basically. I mean our graduating class. Even you know it's like it's like an even split doctor lawyer engineer businessman it's literally it's very even and then there's me up right there on i know see so. Yeah when i when i graduated and it was time to pick You know what to do. I kind of i looked at all of my options and i was like i. Don't i have no idea. I maybe had an idea of what i wanted to do. But i never let myself. I never admit that to myself or you know much less to my parents. So i picked business because I've thought that that was kind of a cool lifestyle. Cool lifestyle to kind of put on a suit every day and go to work on bay street or wall street or you know whatever whatever street literally was my my decision process this is why i say and i wish i had somebody come out and tell me like come into your your -actly exactly what what was it. Now you grew up in erin. Mills mississauga and mills. Yeah what was it like like in the suburbs. I then it was really the now. I got all these towers all over the place. Was there sort of an attraction to come to downtown toronto at all or or what was it for you. Honestly honestly we moved around so much i was younger. I was never like. Oh my god. I wanna live in the big city kind of just accepted where my parents wherever my parents were going so they started out like they did grad school at queen's in kingston. Wow so you know we did. My first few years of school in kingston and then we moved to tokyo. And then we moved to Mississauga we finally settled. By the time. I was about eleven or eleven and No it was more. I wish i wish i had more opinions on growing up in the suburbs but like it was cool. Cool that we you know that we bought a house for the first time that my parents excuse me my parents were able to do that and You know the the decision to send me to. Utsa was really. It was a result of the kind of you know when when immigrant parents get together and talk. They have like they have these legendary kids. I feel like kind of. I don't know if you have any experience with this but like the parents one. There's one kid that like did something great that's always. Why can't you be like this person. So one of the one of the people in our circle Gotten into ut us and so that became the thing to do and that's what you know. They pushed me through that process and everything and it was a great school. I don't regret going at all. It's just it's funny how that works. That's really really interesting So you you graduate from high school. You go to western that you went to study to become an accountant yup And you go there and to fit properly like what was it. They said this is not me. I think it was. I think it was the fact that i fell asleep in class all the time and i. Oh wow so. This is even before you graduate. Yeah i think so. I think so i it will. I mean you can tell from my kind of decision process to go into the program that i had no real interest in what i was doing. I did maybe maybe The classes that i chose were a little bit more entrepreneurial in nature but for some reason i decided to pick accounting which is something that is so diametrically opposed to my personality. And i think anybody could have told me that. But for some reason i was like you know accounts going to be the thing and my parents were certainly pushing me in that direction as well because accounting is kind of associated with job security seemed like it was pretty pretty safe Route to go down. Which is really because then i ended up getting laid off the i i worked. So what were you like the class clown you said people's in he's going to be in. I was definitely like more of a shit disturbance. Then like the guy who and their work is who like read the trades every morning. Read the wall street journal. Totally up to date on everything You know and when you live and breathe that kind of life like i know what that feels like now being in the field that i'm in but you know watching those guys i was just like. Why do you care so much. You know. And i became one of those guys. It became kind of like a slacker. Kind of like you know. He's you know one of those like it's kind of a tv trope. It's like the smart people that never exert themselves right and It was because i couldn't see like the pieces fit together for me at that point. I didn't realize what it meant for. You know somebody to actually be passionate enough about something to throw everything that they had into it right. So it's seen as people reading the wall street journal. You know like i can never get into that kind of person. Did you ever look at a comedian. You should do become a doctor or study economics or we did did any other sort of corn professional career appeal to you or did you try looking at doing different things sugar. Yeah i did. I did a summer actually for western foods bakery as a marketing associate. Okay and so. That was kind of like i found it more enjoyable than accounting. Because you know you with marketing. There's there's a lot more creative involved. I was sure. I was having meetings with ad agencies and stuff and we would like craft ad campaigns around around the products and It kind of did pique my interest but at the same time you know i it was almost like i had my parents speaking in my ear. Just like it's not safe marketing. It's not a you know it's so it's such a great wonderful industry these days you know. Honestly everything's going to become automated in a few years anyway. But i did. I did kind of have this Inclination that i should. I should maybe pursue these other areas of business but then You know but then my final year old around and right at the beginning company start coming in. You gotta do that. Whole recruiting thing and the business school that i went to which is. Iv they take the recruiting very seriously basically from september companies are coming in and every basically every day you go to class at seven in the morning you finish it too and then you go home you put on a suit and then you go to whatever. The mixer is for the company that comes and like okay. Different banks different accounting firms will rotate in and out and it's just like a machine so there really wasn't that much time for self reflection for me and so i you know i played the game. I got hired very quickly And i found myself like with job. Pretty much immediately. And i was like okay. Well mission accomplished would. Why would i. Why would i give that up now. You know why. Would i say why would i say no. Screw it. i'm going to be. I'm going to be a marketer. So yeah that's kind of laid off or you're fired. Did you fall asleep at your. I got i got laid off but it was not a big like a few people that god later like the first round of cuts and i knew that they had not done well in their previous quarter and Yes i got called into the office. And and i remember the woman from. Hr is standing there. And then you know they give me the letter and the notice and then basically had to walk out back into my office.
"utsa" Discussed on Cyber Work
"Yourself and then you know five ten years now you have this this Gift that you have this this Deliver oil solution. That says a you didn't think of me as a c. Suite asset or resource. But look what i've done and others will have seen it and you know you know merger acquisition and it's like well. Why didn't we look within to develop that talent. That's that that's just my out of the box right. You know if if if there's not a bridge you know then then maybe there's a window and door need to look out so elsewhere to expand your opportunities in incapabilities all right. I'm gonna wrap us up here. We've got about five minutes till noon. And i know gene has a has a heart out here so i want to kind of give everyone a a final Science final thoughts here you know get action items visions for the future. Can we talk about like our visions for the future of cybersecurity. Can we look into our our future. Predicting crystals and talk about how diverse equitable and inclusive cybersecurity industry looks that let your mind wander direction. How did how did we get here. How did how all of these changes altered the direction of the industry. So let's let's end this episode by describing the future as we're looking forward. Hopefully seeing it. Thirteen year mary jean you know. I think there is enough. People like mary in vick. Who's really changing way. People need to sink I think there is going to be a time when all the Completely useless tool people. That's been managing and the. It regime is gone away with the convergence you know this new environment and digital transformation likely hood that many of the cio. Ck is going to really look at the ways to need. Diversify in many rephrase that it's not a matter of diversification. It's about building a team not kudlow matter what color skills experience building team. Because it's going to be a global economy. It's gonna be a global workforce it's going to be remote virtual workforce and we need a max skills and not focus on anything else and i think all of these Seminar hopefully is resonating with hr and be really some of the managers to really step up or step down and get realized that world does not revolve around them. And if we're gonna crush them out anyways but all kidding aside. I i do see a lot of changes positive impacts happening. It's a small step but it's is better than nothing. I think my vision. I wanna see is i want to see more people that look like me in leadership roles and there's a lot but you know i know that i have to play my part and figure out how to get to that based on what vick said. They'll probably already there but I just i want. I want there to be more representation for the folks that are coming up behind all of us. 'cause at some point i'm out of here like i'm gonna be on the beach in puerto rico or going with my pinochle outta and i need to trust that the folks coming up behind are going to keep us safe. So that's that's the vision that i have the vision i have is. I'm a mentor to the top. A student chapter at utsa. And i think if more of us who are digital immigrants invest back into the next generation we can then project that future that they will.
"utsa" Discussed on The Drive with Paul Swann
"Because it's marshall and they should win watch out for nc central and marshall at least giving them their due respect and making sure that you don't come in with a too much energy overlooking team or too little energy because you're not interested in this team and if you don't care the opponent you don't care you're looking to go to the marshall game it's nc central. You're going because marshall is playing. I know there are some who maybe look at this game ago. It's an fcs school. Big deal not exciting. No you don't care about that. It's marshall marshall was playing and kill chuffed called out the students were gonna hear about that little bit later on coach. Doesn't care the opponent just that you should be there and especially the students should be there. So we're gonna get into all of that a little bit later on with coach half now something else i wanted to get into here. Look over this sort of this scratched out plan by pete them trying to figure out what maybe the group of five is going to look like and really i don't know if it's gonna be a group of five group of six group of seven because you know it's gonna happen here. It's it's basically happening. We haven't yet the official word yet at least as of me sitting down here at the union. But you're gonna have. Cincinnati joined the big twelve right. You're going to. Byu joined the big twelve right houston going to the big twelve. Ucf going to the big twelve right. All of that is basically close to being completed. And so what does that mean for the rest of the conferences that are gonna have to maybe fill some gaps because you have a situation where the american is probably going to try to fill some of those gaps you losing cincinnati. You're gonna loose central florida lose. Houston and so what do you do there. Well usually what has happened. Is you have conferences cherry. Pick some of the best teams from other leagues is of try to fill the void. It's happened before. Marshall has seen it happen and it's time and conference. Usa and the mistake was made to bring teams in based on television market. Which was a terrible idea. Because i don't care if you're based in texas or not you're you're not dominating television market your not just be honest. You needed to bring teams in to trying to fill the gap here and if you were conference. Usa at the time you're thinking okay. Conference usa is one of the best group of five conferences. So you should be able to go out and get the best of the best. That's out there and maybe strengthened and the game plan should have been be the very best of the group of five. Whatever you wanna call it. The american has taken that mantle. They profess and they even have the merch power. Six piece six which sorry. There's no p six and pretty soon. There won't be p. five p. four the way the big twelve is going. But there's a sort of an idea that you know maybe when you do realignment once again instead of looking at what television markets look like. Why don't you look at what makes sense for the league. So i'll give credit. He put together some interesting leagues. He doesn't have specific names. Got a west coast league and it's got teams like hawaii fresno state air force boise state things like that and then you look at some of the other leagues. He put together and now look at what he put together for the south west league and again this is just one man scratching on a napkin. You know we could do this exercise and maybe come up with something similar or different. But and what. Pete thamel was coming up with a south. West league would look like this sixteen teams right sixteen teams and you'd have to divisions tulsa smu north texas. So there's a conference. Usa team going utsa would be in this thing. Texas state rice. You can have that you can have. Utsa arkansas state memphis memphis join this thing. But that's that's where he's looking and then division two in the south west league. He's looking at louisiana tech. I hate to see them go but at the same time you can have them while easy anna louisiana monroe to lane two lane joining this thing. Uab southern miss or would lose those teams those teams that. I actually liked to have in conference. Usa southern miss once it becomes good again. It's going to be one of the flag-wavers conference. Whatever they conference looks like. He has troy in south alabama. Okay this is this makes sense geographically. And he's got to sell each league and this is where you would be interested in the south east. We he put together. He's got fau two divisions two division fau f. I you okay to florida schools. Usf okay. So you're grouping together then you're grouping georgia state and georgia southern together. And then you throw in middle tennessee and you throw in liberty and that's division one of to division league and then in division two you have coastal carolina charlotte east carolina apple latching state marshall western kentucky and old dominion. So right here are some things that i like. One marshall western kentucky for one. I like that. I'm on board with marshall being in a league with western kentucky fossil. I like the rivalry. Marshall appalachian state. I'm on board with that too. Because i really like having a matchup with a team that i can. I can relate to. You can drive the boone. You can get the boone. You can be a part of a game between marshall and appalachian state east. Carolina's became the friendly rivalry. There's a connection there. There's a history there okay. i'm cool with that. And then you get in the division your in you get old dominion. That hasn't built into anything major yet but okay. There's some familiarity there charlotte. Same thing i mean if your soccer coach grassy yeah that's a big deal and then you get coastal carolina and i of like coastal carolina. There's not that much history here but at least with appalachian state east carolina western kentucky. There's some history there in that division and them on the other side you do have some history with the florida schools but d really miss them. Would you miss him. would you miss. Fau fsi but there's georgia southern sitting right there and again depending on your age where you grew up on the marshall time-line if you grew up during the southern conference era. You see georgia southern you go. Oh hey that's a that's a match of. I want to see. At least. I say i don't know where you rank on that but i like a georgia southern i like being in a conference with them because again it goes back to the southern conference. I like the southern conference days. More than the max. Some people like the mac the first time. Happy to be back in a mac the second time for some all you know that was where you started on the time for others. It is joined us thing so it just depends on where you're animal the timeline as to where these schools maybe rank for you where they are as far as your interest is concerned and of course you look at the midwest lead them came up with. It's it's basically the mac just about. Its miami ball stay. Bowling green eastern michigan central michigan western michigan northern illinois ohio. This division one division. Two in his mid wesley mac toledo akron can't stay airforce boise state colorado state new mexico wyoming you tip and new mexico state again Let's see i'm sorry. I flipped my page. It's the mac. Let me correct that is toledo akron. Kent state temple uconn umass in buffalo. So all right. I don't know if i'm on board with that league but you try to put something together. That makes more sense geographically or do you try to put something together that's going to attract eyeballs and try to attract a better television package and to be quite honest if you're not in the big four and i don't know what the big twelve to the tv rights holders but if you're not enlist the big four you're not getting the big tv money so do you go with what will generate more tv money or do you go with. What would generate. Maybe something a little bit more sound and logical for scheduling maybe generate more interest among your alumni. Your fan base and make this league. That's a little bit more sustainable. Because you can travel to most of these venues here. You're not flying all over the country here. Marshals should not have to go to texas to play football game. It's a one off texas schools. Do not have to fly to charlotte to play a football game. Unless it's a one off or it's a interesting matchup. You wanna come and put on your schedule now. And then that's at least eight. Potential realignment could look like again. It's not gonna happen this way. It's not going to shape itself anywhere near what this is. What's probably going to happen. Is these schools if it does happen. They're going to go to the big twelve and then it's going to be a free for all we'll the american start grabbing teams out of the sun belt and conference. Usa will conference usa be the aggressor will the sunbelt be more of an aggressor will some of these leases say. Look we're good. We're we like what we've got. We're going to stay put whatever happens. It's gonna be interesting to say the least when we continue. We got coach off getting ready for the opponent this week marshall taking on. Nc central coach hoff's thoughts on the opponent when we continue with today's edition of the drive on espn ninety..
"utsa" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"Dot com slash sports as sgp. Cut your wireless bill to fifteen bucks a month. Mit mobile dot com slash sports s g. Get a couple. Extra bucks can use over at the mo- koby fort collins colorado two heavyweights me vanderbilt. Colorado state i don't know a ton about vanderbilt except that they're really bad at college football both teams of inner bill in colorado state loss to team although it seems like colorado state they lost to south dakota team. That's pretty solid from what i can tell vanderbilt. The last time they faced amount west team they were sixteen and a half point favorites and lost outright thirty four days. Unlv i just cannot understand why anyone would be betting vanderbilt. Colorado state minus six is a to me. It's easy money. What am i missing if anything. You're not missing anything because we are on the ramseyer looking east tennessee. State look for eighty five yards against east tennessee state. Colorado state's got better defense than east tennessee state. So i expect they're gonna make clark throw the ball and another thing is i mean that's a far trip as far trip to the fort collins. Look normally i like to fade. Stephen dials retire. Bandy plays actually look. I mean the last time the sec came to fort collins. Arkansas took a loss just a few seasons ago. I think they'll get it right and colorado state to roll. And i really think that rushing attack. Look at From last week adagio we know what his teams do. They run the ball. They take care of the rack normally poor special teams. Hopefully that doesn't burn them. But i just think there are much better team in a much. Better spot vandy still in new system clark new coach coach and i think losing twenty three two three even though you outgained The other team. But you lost the turnover battle three. Oh twenty three to three still matters. Worse how state on the other hand they also outgained south dakota state minus two in the turnover battle but south dakota state is a national championship contender at the fcs level. So we know that. Your fcs experts the jackrabbits right. Did i get about that. So unfortunately i hate to be on our side with you call in this situation but Yeah colorado's why would you hate to be. I'm only at sixty two percent picking every game. It's true it's sometimes you just have to see the stream and figure out its move because some of these teams are just fade at this point. Yeah and vanderbilt. Certain fits that build illinois heads charlottesville. Virginia virginia laying ten right now minus four hundred on the money line for the cavaliers. Fifty five is the total now. Little boy had that upset win against a brassica week. One last week to now they had the uva catching ten points can get get the illinois fighting the line. I ready to go for this game called me. Where are we at now not at is if you look at the example is an outlier if you look at the stats you saw nebraska was maybe it's maybe it was more about nebraska just blowing that game even though illinois was trying to give it to him i was on. Utsa last week was the better team begins. Illinois i'm sorry the roadrunners baby there you go but but look virginia yes. They're playing william and mary. Shut him out forty-three nothing. But what i liked about bronco mendenhall and why. I took virginia to win. The coastal is really brennan armstrong. After his first couple of games last year he struggled out the gate brand new starter but then to end the season they were hot. He was for three hundred thirty nine yards last week. I know it's against enough. So yes but illinois was not that good no against nebraska and against utsa. And i think another thing is the defense. Look at the passing attack william and mary through for eighty nine yards. Eighty nine yards. We'll guess what whether it's peter's arthur hausky. They're not going to have any success in the arrogance. A bronco audifax. Liked what i did there. I didn't pronounce a quarterback. I let colby pronounce it. I art deco scheme. The only thing. I am. I getting cute here and thinking that. Uva is possibly looking ahead to unc. Next week it looks looking past illinois and maybe illinois gets this cover. No i mean. Look the unc game shore. That's a big game within the coastal. But i just think. I think illinois is not a good team. I think that's the reality is is that this is a team that's gonna to win game play charlotte charlotte in a week or two. We saw at charlotte. Just did the duke. I think every week it's going to be a grind. There's not much explosion on that offense give me. Uva minus nothing has fans back fans mac and charlottesville alive. Place gonna matter much insurance bill. But i will say this. There's nothing better than a bad team performing well early in the season. So you get a little invited value. And it's much as i hate. Uva hate the city of charlottesville. I'm gonna lay the points here. Because i don't think bret bielema. Even though he did learn under the great tutelage of gioja jal rise there in new york for year. Coaching the linebackers. I think to your point scott. Frost was more that way and was more about scott frost. Dumpster fire of nebraska. Than it is about. Larry here this episode or good buddy larry. The cable guy's gonna be all worked up about. Yeah i'm with the guys i'll i'll take. Uva minus ten kramer. Are we a little real little worried about colby and his six pack. Five games in hasn't sniffed dog yet in this six. You guys made me take away. My national texas state employees and kobe has been red hot but the six pack actually like always picking existence. We're broadcasting beautiful studio. Don't bring that ugly game. That game was not fit for the beautiful blue wire studios whole why oregon state in core values oregon oregon state land eleven minus four fifty on the money line. Total sitting at sixty three and a half hawaii really got destroyed by ucla week one but team though and again now that we have two games of data. Why would the nice bounce back win over portland state oregon state. They lost at home Do i think they're going to get up for this game. But i also think hawaii has some town for watching the ucla game. They were clearly a little bit out of sync. But i think it was more just about how good ucla was. I'm certainly concerned about hawaii's defense but this number seems too big for me. I'm probably gonna take the rainbow warriors. Here catching eleven me. What are you doing here. Oregon state was on the road last week. This is the first game back in corvallis. So that's why. I'm going with the home team here. Man in portland state do for four hundred yards on hawaii last last week. blew my. I had hawaii locked up in portland. Stake got that back door cover. But i just don't think they have the passing attack cordero. I liked cordero. I don't think he's there yet Oregon state gonna get need if they're going to have a bowl season. This is a must win game for them. They lost the fifty fifty game with purdue. They had a couple of quarterbacks play but overall they still shell out pretty good. That was a close game against purdue and hawaii.
"utsa" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"Both freshmen to see what to do what they did. We've got some young studs in his gandhian college. Football his sophomore. What's that because he but he sophomore he could've i mean he didn't play enough. He didn't start any games. I guess what. I'm trying to say but at some point time. If he wants a year back he gets it. But he's gonna play two years and it will be a first round pick. Nfl at one more after this so But the way they played is an stroud stroudsburg on campus. He was. He's a redshirt freshman. Correct yeah and so Ohio state look pretty. Good man there and they. They haven't even hit full what they're going to bring to the table but georgia's defense was nancy. Here's what i never understand. S- coaches are so frigging stubborn at times. And i know how good their defense is in georgia. Why would you continue to drop back and throw three and five. I mean getting depth in the pocket. Why wouldn't double screens. The only other colleges do what i don't understand and i thought this for a while clemson's offense honestly the great players but clemson's offense is pedestrian when it comes to play calling an ode thing about lawrence and watson. Make listen to chad. Moore's left right. That's exactly right and with watson and listen they're good. Don't misunderstand me good play caller but a lot of that if put it this way. If they had an average quarterback they wouldn't they would not be an eleven or twelve team. Yeah if they had an average quarterback they'd be eight and three because they are not. You're not they're not screaming you to death. I promise you that they just have watson was pretty good. He's lawrence ain't half bad and this kid here is going to be a really good player. But i've never understood. It doesn't take a brain surgeon or a genius off at bill washer. Andy reid to know that when you're watching that how do you not go insane. Okay the conflicts going to be. We know we're facing a good defense matter of fact i'm not even sure they knew it was gonna be this good and the press. They beat clemson. Are they blaming. Clemson's offense like seventh graders. I've never understood why you wouldn't offset that by even if it takes throwing tunnel screens and hit screens and getting the ball out. I'm talking about immediately because snapping a gun and in the quick game get it out. That's how you they've got so many athletes. Let them do something in space. I've never understood why you're sitting there holding the ball. Did you not adjust halftime or during a game. I i've never understood it and coaches. Let that be less than you ask. Your players to adjust on the fly were clemson. Are you not getting beat down and say let me check. We've got change. We gotta changeup pitch in if if it means eighteen different formations but running four different plays in the quick game to get it out of your hand to. Hopefully a guy makes guy missing a bubble screen and takes to the house to to. What was the final score. Ten to three yet. All that beat down. They took they lost by a touchdown. Because georgia's offense better quit relying on their defense because they're going to get to a game where somebody missed something and now alabama could score forty alabama scored thirty points on anybody right and i don't care if it's georgia if they're playing right so george. Pick it up. But i will continue to discuss. I just don't get georgia's schedule is going to get tougher right offer. They get well. I mean you have any anybody that's going in. At least anybody ranked higher. They play one of the team is currently ranked florida right and while good football coach. Is dan mullen. The problem is georgia's defense. Will mal you unless you have it. Now if you're dan mullen do you watch that tape. What are you thinking balls. Gotta come out quick and we gotta do something else. Yeah because right now. It doesn't look like many teams but but about two or three. You'll be able to block georgia so we'll come back and discuss great college football weekend. Nfl time now and to the surprise of everybody by john was named starting quarter. Believe me when. I was unbelievable and there was actually still people in this town. Who thought what he did announce start of ood doors open for what ever happening. There will be no snap a matter of fact. If they lost both quarterbacks they would point to they would go. Get another quarterback for game two. I'm just telling you now. He's playing here. But tyrod taylor's started and i know you're shots blown. I know you're shocked. We'll try to gather to take. Kelly set up for failure clearly over him on. I'm just telling you tyrod taylor. The shocking to shocking announced with restarting. I held my breath a whole week and passed out fifteen times. But i'm okay now. Sports talk seven ninety dollars here. Mc's here an incredible weekend of sports. Talk sports games and we got a lot of sports talk Echo that steve sparks. What seven thirty. Today and troy aikman on thursday will join us breakdown a ton of football and got a hell of a week for sports. Talk seven news. Incredible weekend for beverages as well from car bach brewing. Whether it was the ranch water whether it was the new love street light they were flowing for us. I hope they were flow in for you and as long as it is something from carbon. You're gonna feel fantastic about it but it is another big week. We will be here before you know. It's already tuesday so you might as well go ahead and plan your weekend for next week and go ahead and get the store loaded up on some ranch water hard celts or that love street light Because they are fantastic. And you're going to say. This is the beer for me. Drink for me every single time. That i'd do it. I come out to the brewery this week. We'll be out there on wednesday after the astros day game. The a team will be on chris. Gordon i will be on as well wrapping up. Hopefully an astros series sweep over the seattle mariners. And i'll be having some crawford box when we're out there because will when you watch the stroz that's perfect for astros baseball to me is a crawford bach but whatever it is make sure today when you get over that store you do it and you do it with a car. Bach brogan has always do it responsibly. Back to sean south show on sports. Talk seven dollar. Houston your asteroids. Your rockets your voice. Sports talk seven ninety. Who on the weekend in college football and has to be george for all right to beat clemson and they got that protocol hit them to. He said he's be he might. They might eat. Might actually be alabama still and it's like it's crazy to sell. But they came out. And i know that people don't think of some people like i don't think miami's all but they came out and they've rolled again. They just remind you that. Hey were alabama and were damn factory. It's it really is hard to fathom how they now people are gonna say well. It doesn't matter. Who the coaches well. It does it matter coaches because they wouldn't have those players or if that guy wouldn't a coach why because he knows how to recruit but here's another difference they develop players and when the guys that aren't playing that keeping they keep them are bought in. Yes always yes and the five star players that don't buy in. They just transfer and they make on it had happened. I mean yeah at some point when you got four running backs that are five star guys in two of them are in the same. Not all of them are gonna play and at some point. You're going to say damn well. Why wouldn't i just go to another domin. Yeah but the ones that are there like just think about mack jones when he was there highly recruited guy but had to wait and wait and wait and finally got one season starting and now he's the he's the rookie who beat out a veteran starting for the patriots and it's supposed to be the heir-apparent ready think about going in we thought okay mac johnson good player but we didn't know he was gonna do what he did it alabama no and now look at bryce sean and listen we don't mack jones processes information like he'd been a league five or six years bryce young. There's one big difference. I mean if he throws a long time like that and does that and now you got a guy who can move to and does modern day produce any good players in san anaheim. Not monitor few right. Every time i blink. There's another great player. Who's like you know. Wh lake travis out here and alan high for a while but i mean it's just a matter day every single year and they rolled out here a couple of weeks ago and destroyed a texas high school. Football team hung forty on there. That modern thinking it's pretty good guys and it doesn't matter who's the i mean. Alabama probably did when the weekend because they just validated matter of fact they even better than we thought they'd be. Oh georgia's defense was awry. Yeah i'm i'm watching that game can it's had passed right. How are you going to beat them. And then i'm watching the clemson game against georgia. And i'm thinking okay. Even though georgia's offense was efficient enough. They weren't explosive. That defense and i kept asking thinking okay. Wednesday we're going to tell us coordinator It's it's we do something else. You can't blind you guys. We can't block them so in individual wise guys. There were some really big weekends from player. Sheridan skip. I'll have a pin state bank here and i did not have starve. Specs picture. you guys are both north carolina. Two and i took wisconsin. Covered pins stay. Here's the irony of sorry. And i mean this sincerely this up the promise i took. Let's see who'd i bet abedin. Early game saturday who'd who played. Let's see better early game saturday and one that i've been another one loss and then i went with a fourteen parlay. Yeah and what hit. Every one of them and the wall was hanging on at hanging on and my trojans took care of their business which and i told you i always lose when i bet on but i threw him into a fourteen pilot one and then we got great information. Which you guys didn't if you called into our guy from taking vegas dot com. Chris hodge and listened. He said he had one pick. And i knew who was going to be a if you call them subscribed. Dude i threw. I'm telling you now after. Ut san antonio yeah. I always write one. The fourteen party was later game. They were the at illinois four and a half five. When i got it was five point dogs five point dogs and they went there. Beat him outright and i bet utsa just i bet them as the underdog and how do you get that game. What's up how does he like this. He says he has well. They study through analytics all their study and people highly undervalued ut santo overvalued illinois. And so i'm looking at and a buddy of mine called. And i said think because i'm seven thirty. Wow and i document because do a show and it's like i've been pretty good role right. Yeah so i'm thinking all right let me see so this fourteen back okay the rest of the day's gravy and then you know what i'm gonna chris hodge has been nothing but good thus and i'm looking at it in a buddy of mine called and i said dude whatever you got throat on utsa. And i'm like not meaning your whole life would be responsible. But every ounce of money in your account. But i actually put a hefty sum on. Utsa worked out for you and from the start because the illinois was in the chase mode the whole game. And i'm like okay. This is a good day for me. But you're right the specs big north carolina. And you kinda got the feeling from the get go with the north carolina game that they were not right now. I just looked snap around. Had this look on his face. It was like putrid offense. They're horrible didn't look anything like the team we're used to seeing so i'm not sure. North carolina plays this week. But i'll tell you what what whoever they play. Probably grab it. Because i would imagine come back. And when you're a quarterback that set good you rarely rarely on an offense. It's pretty explosive. Go back now if they playing alabama georgia be different story. But i don't know. North carolina plays this week. But i'm gonna tell you what i'll bet you. You should turn that around and say maybe i'll take north carolina. Yeah so congrats to chris hodge. Phone you might want to jump all over it. Because i did and it was a great week at even though i lost the specs pick. I made the money i needed to. You know who might pick next week. And i didn't even remember this. One washington lose into montana. The that was detained seven to montana. They're on my list of what a disappointed. What did you see. the i'm gonna get a couple teams and they're in the same city. The pac twelve mean even though arizona state. One washington oregon. Have you seen a lightheaded. Great had a gray weekend yes. Washington got beat organ. Had to play till the end to be there if wade through it but they'll end up being good. It's going to be a monster game in washington. Washington's quarterback threw three picks. And he was supposed to be ready. I'm going and when i did do a show. Weakland pac twelve network. I said my concern is that is their quarterback going to. What's i don't know what are they gonna do. It didn't stick out to. When's the last time. Washington was explosive offensive. Jake brown jacob part of a year. Get my point. It's like what ha- washington's office used to be a scary but they're just kind of pedestrian now and it montana takes care of them but you're right on tan. I'm gonna tell you something now. Remember we said on this show and i. We talked about it in our gordon when he came into. We told him chris. Gordon net the show after this. I said and we discussed it that. Be careful now. Ucla got a game under bell. Text the other night and he went full Lsu's fine they're going to be fine like okay. Your quarterback look like crap died. Don't count me as a believer. He had moments of real good. And i thought i had moments of deer in the headlights and didn't it look like lsu's like a little bit out sorts. I should be. I get asking their life idaho down and you know what they still played the game so you knew that was going to be a little bit of a disruption for them and quite a bit for some because now they got you know you're going back to the situation where you're like. People are without power and people are still struggling. Lives are being lost. So i get the but they still play the game and i'm gonna tell you what. Ucla their daily lives and chip kelly about four more weeks This and that contract extension is go. I mean because he has not had a very good radiology. how to coach. No he didn't should second to get some players should But as quarterback looks like a player they got you know what he's finally got a ucla team speed. Yeah always had it oregon. He filing out the cycle of is recruiting. Stuff started roll through and now they got guys when they take an eight yard slant make one guy missed and then go the house so they are really good and dangerous which is not trojans. We're fine you know. They forced future. No got to pick six. They're fine but that's dangerous team. I'll tell you right now for my money after the first weekend realize too but the real weekend. Ucla's best impact well right now. Now that can change week to week but chip. Kelly look like and lsu fans. I think they're going to be okay. But i'm tell you right. Now you keep showing those inconsistent sorry lsu fans. Don't count me as a believer. I will tell you this. That's not their last loss and they're gonna lose three or four games. I think i will. We can continue to discuss their see. They seem to be what you never say about. Lsu and. i know it's one game if you would've told me. Lsu would have been a step behind ucla when it just came to urgency and team speed. There seems to be a disconnects. Not the right word but a. I don't know how somebody's just a little late to the spartan. Lsu show this week. And i get it with what went on and listen. I get a hall pass. Even though the it's still lost they're not gonna ask for one. But i understand mentally. Were their head is i do. Yeah but if they played the game you still got to be able to compartmentalize for those sixty minutes and ucla. For the most part put it on and brother sale. Last that late touchdown many clothes. Exactly right it's almost a twenty point win and a dog at that. remain you home. Dog sports talk seven hundred. We've got a lot to discuss. We'll get tyler's thoughts as well and yours at seven one three to five seven ninety. What a monster opening weekend with some incredible stories. And i think we're in for one hell of a college football season sports talk seven ninety minutes t clinic. Now let's see if you guys were already had your testosterone normalized or you were down the cova d- summer and a little depressed because you know it's just kind of the negative news out there and not feeling it and you're tired and sluggish near your cognitive function. 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"utsa" Discussed on Hawkeye Report Podcast
"Server fourth. Power court How about west. Virginia minus three at barreled thirty turn. Wasn't there a few years ago. Mayor lynn had a night game on a friday night where they had a book coming out with. Somebody can't remember what it was. I don't touch this game this game. I think this one's saturday. I'll have enough stuff to gamble on. Think care to. I don't trust that. If i had to take aside politics the the daily turks and do you wanna waste your wife's hurt money on maryland and one of the football season not really doesn't seem like a oregon state at purdue produces six point favorite produce healthy quarterback for now right. Yeah i think plumbers starting form and they still got the kid that tortures iowa every single year David bell is still around horst on the david. They'll still there random force late going all the time. Last year was gone I don't know you're eating. Oregon state is plagued by them I'll take purdue purdue wisconsin line perla baby. Yeah sounds like a good idea. We'll work on us. We gotta work tomorrow How about your finding line. I five point favorite numbers come down. Ut essay who is it. there's a. i twitter spun. I think people have in front of it. Which is great but i do have to check because we did have a question for that and i gotta bring up. Speaking of which didn't illinois remind you a lot of i will ask week. Opportunistic on special teams Good on special teams. Santa ball ran. the ball. Did make mistakes one football game. Look on wisconsin interesting too. Yeah i think that Leslie i this lines gone. What seven and a half down to. I mean if you're on surface sports early on and you're sharp you would've taken. Utsa from the get-go robot. I the i thought because illinois won that game i might be able to get more points out of it. I saw this game. This line before before They even played week twentieth to brassica. And i thought maybe if illinois loses nebraska that line those are i thought because they won that line would go up instead of went down. So the five doesn't do that much for me if anything i would if you wanna make a little bit of money. That's a tricky spot. I don't know if utsa beats away right. But isn't that a letdown game in a pretty good football team coming to town. Are we putting illinois. Purdue and wisconsin together. That's what you wanna do Your lie to me. Say they said. Stephen wsba great said would be willing to bend watch star wars movies if we collected if as a collective families recruitment in credit him for being closet ohana. That's pretty good. That's extremely good. So in real quick on this one. I didn't even see an over under twenty one and a half spencer peaches at some passes this year. I'm gonna go over Me too. I have spent a peaches. Throwing three touchdown passes on saturday night. Live over under five and a half to freshman plans saturday. No passes to freshman for touchdowns. So arslan roussy johnson score combined. That's a good one. I'm going to go under. That is really. That's a really good question. Well done and i do like the shit you're giving me. That's fun but i would say that's take. Utsa and money line and make a little money with it or you can toss own way in. Wanna be safe to your to your iffy. Big ten team. Perla hey i i wanna get your iowa pick what what are you picking twenty four twenty iowa so but that line is just like for me. The way i look at gambling. Is i as as intriguing the game. I don't need to bet on iowa. I bet on football game sometimes to have a reason to watch the football games. I don't need do that for the iowa in a game. I'm intrigued and enjoying that game. Regardless so i don't think unless there's a lot of games and you know at tom that i'll wait. I like iowa in this spot so this is what i'm to do this. Not one of them here. I don't. I don't feel overconfident about anything. 'cause i can see. I will winning by three. You know i could easily see iowa winning twenty four twenty one seven twenty four that kind of stuff so amaranth up on this because kirk herbstreit smitten some news since we talked about illinois. I'll we should talk about nebraska because it is a bit of a dumpster fire. I street on their espn. College football podcast. Kinda went off fund nebraska. A little bit and Made it clear. He doesn't like all the excuses being made for the program so he he was on a conference call. Here's his quote. People keep saying players today in twenty twenty twenty one. I don't want to go to lake anna brassica with the players. Wanna go to city. Herbstreet set iowa. Bill win eight ten eleven games and then go back to eight. Don't give me lincoln nebraska. There are other coaches. That are winning. There are other programs that don't have the pedigree don't have scillies. Don't have the history that nebraska does. I'm literally dumbfounded. Because i keep thinking mike their fans when scott frost out of ucf. I was thinking. Oh ho here. We go and nothing yet. I have no answers for you. Their facilities or second. That tradition is second or not if iowa can do it i know. Nebraska can thoughts. I didn't take it negatively as much as the my were fans. Get offended by it. Is there a big between lincoln. Nebraska and iowa city i will is there. No none of them have a beach. None of them have mountain. I mean then. I think he's talking about it. There's some destination places where you can go to and the the the town in the city itself or to sell. You must saying iowa city town street city. But i would i agree. I don't know what he said when he said Not too many note. No program has the The tradition i think he's just saying he's he's just saying that I was not sexy destination. I think kirk is kind of set that know it's In iowa finds a way to be successful on totally. I'd just i dislike the brassica nebraska's biggest problem is nebraska elizabeth packs but that's an Dimension to their herbstreet when he said they're tradition hands down..
"utsa" Discussed on Hack
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Which is why we're doing the crowd source. And basically we're just trying to from as many people as possible just to get understanding of their experience it was and the whole the reason is i mean we know that work is changing really rapidly. Something like seven or eight percent of people in the strategy now by one estimate on these gig. Economy put phones. It's really changing things but a lot of this has been disproportionately felt by younger people so jobs that once same like a for life like a graduate position in all kinds of industries are now becoming more and more secure and more and more precarious. So we want to hear from people about what impact on us and this idea of crowdsourcing at something we've on fraud. Dieting ops investigation body image investigation. This year. it's basically including you in the storytelling to try and figure out patterns about these companies. That are really are say secretive. Usually so what will you do once. People submit their stories online pat. We'd like to do is find a way to tell their stories and hopefully tell the stories of people might not always have the stories tall You know there's lots of people who are affected who might not have a voice typically in the media often people who might be on Visas weiqing visas student vases and stratus i. If you submit information through that portal on unfair work Have a conversation with us. About how use that information but the is to take them stories and cape building understanding of what this is like. And you know bear on the case now and we're really trying to put together a sort of a comprehensive picture of what these changes will. These changes the having your lawsuits dry. We've got about thirty seconds left. Pat who do you want to submit this stories into this everyone Young people pickett'll Anyone that feels like this changing world that we live in an work is changing Impacts them if if if they feel insecure if they're not getting everything they're entitled to every dot net. I unfair work. Whose impact mcgraw. abc reporter. Thanks for coming on the show. And yeah if you do want to submit your story then you can also find it on the hack facebook page. We've got linked to the article there and yeah anyone who's experienced unfair work. We'd love to hear from you and find out a bit more in. Yeah hold some of these companies to account and hopefully drive some positive changes. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of hack. Catch you on the next one..
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"utsa" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast
"You know, who are, who are this group of individuals that, you know? And I'm a fit in it than going to San Francisco where, you know, I was literally like the only African-American on our team and that was like, you're you're you're not only from a race perspective but you know the individuals who were there working their Carnegie Mellon and you know, leaving for me to come in from into it and Facebook page and I'm like you say, you know, like why am I here always that that question and so you know for me I was it's just a natural inclination, to be able to say, you know, networking really getting over that imposter syndrome and saying, I may be nervous I made, but I have something to say and really being okay with a confident that I have something to say and really taking those. Like, once you get past that, that imposter syndrome, you just go in and start the network and you start to share and you learn most importantly from other individual. That, you know, everybody has a skill set. So just ultimately trying to figure out where someone else a skill-set, let them know where our skill set is my skill set and they're just finding ways to interact and work together off. That is one of the biggest learning lessons that I've received from that of UTSA and San Francisco when it comes down to work at working with a tech company. So we just pull those skill sets into helping the actual industry grow, you know, as we do every single day. All right, so so you're you're up in San Francisco, just you know, rats up your schooling UTSA and then all of a sudden, you know, mid-2010s, you're hearing Esports easier to these sports package. What was I guess? Your first, like reaction to hearing the word Esports and was that level of Entry was like, oh, this is like, just Competitive Gaming, or is this more of a, an avid I can get into, what was your first reaction when you heard about, like, Esports as we know it today?.
"utsa" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake
"Say, you know, like why am I here always that that question and so you know for me I was it's just a natural inclination, to be able to say, you know, networking really getting over that imposter syndrome and saying, I may be nervous I made, but I have something to say and really being okay with a confident that I have something to say and really taking those. Like, once you get past that, that imposter syndrome, you just go in and start the network and you start to share and you learn most importantly from other individual. That, you know, everybody has a skill set. So just ultimately trying to figure out where someone else a skill-set, let them know where our skill set is my skill set and they're just finding ways to interact and work together off. That is one of the biggest learning lessons that I've received from that of UTSA and San Francisco when it comes down to work at working with a tech company. So we just pull those skill sets into helping the actual industry grow, you know, as we do every single day. All right, so so you're you're up in San Francisco, just you know, rats up your schooling UTSA and then all of a sudden, you know, mid-2010s, you're hearing Esports easier to these sports package. What was I guess? Your first, like reaction to hearing the word Esports and was that level of Entry was like, oh, this is like, just Competitive Gaming, or is this more of a, an avid I can get into, what was your first reaction when you heard about, like, Esports as we know it today? Yeah, so the first interaction was his Competitive Gaming but when I looked at it, I felt as if like Esports only was the actual birth. Top tier tier one, entities, You're A League of Legends or DOTA, is your counter strikes. You're even, you know, when it came down to your Call of Duty's, but they were almost like you're legally. They were almost home unforeseen for where I was in the East Force Base. Specifically, understanding that I come from a sports background, so sports games were just naturally what we play, we didn't really even, you know, because of access, we may have a PC in high school and college has to even know what League of Legends or, you know, Counter Strike was. But when you, when we started to see that worthy sport, that's where the big prize person, that's what everybody referee. So my some points aware, you know, I looked at it like, man, I'm finna, you know, I'm gonna go ahead and to this industry and create this technology platform. And when you go to these C's, and you go to Partners or like, well, you know, why are you not in the office space and why you not like we can't invest because you're not even touching the numbers and.
"utsa" Discussed on College Esports QuickTake
"Welcome into the Esports Network podcast, we talk about anything and everything, involving e, Sports, primarily, you know, how do you get into it? How do you start a career in any sports? You know, not all of us are going to be players. Some of us have to walk behind the scenes, some of us have to really get into the, the nitty-gritty of the education behind Esports and here to help me do that today. Let's welcome in Danny Martin, the co-founder CEO of exposure wage any thank you for coming on the show. It's taking a little chunk out of your busy busy day to come on and talk to us about these folks, we appreciate it. Thank you so much. This is always the most fulfilling opportunities when we get to be able to share Inside Job. Just have dialogue and knowing that the purpose of the dialogue is to impact individuals, so I am greatly appreciated. Exposure is greatly, appreciate it just as much. Awesome. So you were on here, going around this show. And not with me off with our prior host, Mitch reams, of course of a few years ago, you came on psyched about Aggie cleats a little bit and that was great. But now things things have changed we we're in a post-pandemic world. Now things have kind of moved around and so often people who don't know Danny, you've been involved with a sport since like what 2014 was when ski cleats kind of launched and everything, and then obviously, you're obviously board member of the Esports trade association off. Your your huge Esports subject matter. Expert for smu's, every other College School of Business right here in Dallas. And so obviously the big thing is exposure. They got lost last year off a little bit, which call like a Rebrand from Geek leads or more of just only launch. I would say like, man, it felt like a re-launch. Andre Branch the same time, you know? And that's how crazy it was dead. But definitely I would say the biggest thing is that, you know, we had to really focus in on, you know, really adhering to the opportunity and that was to add value to the education room, you know, walk right. And so obviously exposure, you guys focus on providing the technology for professional sports education, right? That's a real big thing coming up in the next decade is Esports. Education is going to be, you know, a frontier kind of educational platform for people. And so obviously not just for players Production Studio Services, you know, graphic design all kinds of things that would go into, you know, our normal television or or news organization, that kind of helps it bring you to the four games. Obviously, bring that vision of Competitive Gaming experiences and career development together. You know, from any kind of skill right from small schools, big schools Across the Nation. That's why it's, this is your your main kind of goal moving forward East Bossier, right? Yes, very much. So sir. All right, so Danny, let's talk about your back a little bit, let's see. So where did you move? First, get your your starting to eat Sports industry, right? Where was your first big experience with it? Yeah. So in college, I went to University of Texas, San Antonio. I literally, recognized the value of of fixing individuals, Xboxes and PlayStations. And, you know, when someone gives me their console, I'm able to see how, how well they're able to play. How good they are, what game they're they're playing, and I would just utilize that information and that data for that of running tournaments. And so, you know, quickly I would have the capacity to run tournaments, but I really always see the bigger scope of things pretty quickly. So I would double in Dabo tournaments, but I was off like, wow, if more people can host tournaments and that's more opportunities for individuals to compete and showcase their talents on the actual campus. And so I was just immediately, like, okay, how do you help individuals repeat on a mass scale? And it was like you gotta create a technology platform, you'll be able to do that and so I started figure out how the heck I'm going to learn software development. So at that point I just I got the opportunity to age Spin a couple of years in San Francisco where it was some pretty, you know, awesome Tech startups and then really just learned the whole ecosystem of building a tech startup from the the development side. See the 5G side, the market inside the management side, just all of those Concepts. Really understood gave me a perspective of how, to bill, you know, a company and that was something that I really went to school for. So it was bought in my, my my space. But I knew that I had to figure out how to engage from a, a sports perspective. Even though at that time, it wasn't coined like a lot of people were in speaking on it, like they speak. Now, in regards Sports, it was gaming for me and I just had to figure out how to, you know, build a company and so quickly. You know, we recognize that, you know, we have a skill sets to build a technology platform and we just really just went in and took us to build it and see what the actual Community, how they would take it too late and, you know, learn some of our failures and some are successes on impact in the community. That's the biggest thing. And, you know, every transition that we've had a New Jersey, It's based on E Sports is just the number one goal is, how do we impact the community to, to really help them help the individuals within the share? The same passions that we have for the development of the space. But first of all, do roadrunners. I've been to a few games of the Alamodome myself, so don't don't get twisted. My sister, my sisters are alumni of UTSA and so we went a lot of trips to San Antonio and that was always fun to kind of catch up with, with the wrong answer, for sure. For sure. I want to ask, you know, even through a bit of a marketing business kind of approach to this war is important things. Throughout your career, you're going to San Francisco. Going to school. UTSA need your Bachelor's in Business Wars, important lessons or kind of just things to keep in mind moving forward, as you kind of developed your e Sports career. Yeah. So you know always had the same type of feeling like imposter syndrome, you know being in UTSA where you know it's you know, I went to school there and it was everybody from so many different walks of life and wage. Just buy it, where do I even fit in? You know, who are, who are this group of individuals that, you know? And I'm a fit in it than going to San Francisco where, you know, I was literally like the only African-American on our team and that was like, you're you're you're not only from a race perspective but you know the individuals who were there working their Carnegie Mellon and you know, leaving for me to come in from into it and Facebook page and I'm like you.
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Los Angeles USD, UTLA sued by parents unhappy with school reopening efforts
"Group of parents. Frustrated about reopening classrooms in l. a. county they are suing be los angeles unified school district and the local teacher's union so the daily news reports that the lawsuit alleges that elliot's de breached its responsibility to act in the best interest of students by allowing the teachers union to dictate when the schools should timothy snowball. He's the attorney for the plaintiffs. He said an interview That ucla which is the the teachers union students as a bargaining chip by refusing to have its members returned to campus sooner in order to try and advance the union's own agenda for example the complaint alleges that during negotiations with the district about reopening the schools. The union wanted other issues address. Such as defunding. The police although students are scheduled to return soon as we talked about snowball said parents are worried. Utsa will renege on the deal and and they won't offer the kind of in person instruction full-time that they want instead. Still the hybrid learning. But this is like punitive for back pay situation.
"utsa" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada
"It really taps into the market really likes to see which is an increase in the dispersion of the revenues that are coming into the business and i think that every single one of those majors. I talked to a major amazon. Google facebook microsoft's kind of lacked that community aspect. I mean linked in kind of. Is that for them. In a messenger. I mean every single messaging platform that they've ever bought their own has been absolute garbage and died. I mean there's no shortage of memes on twitter talking about how they're basically the grim reaper for great messaging apps. I mean they destroyed skype they destroyed. What else they. They ruin anyways. There's not a lot. There's not a great history but nadal doesn't have anything but like a great track record when it comes to acquisitions he's been fantastic. So i'm very excited to see how this kind of builds on the current business i mean to me. Microsoft has the greatest rundle in the world in microsoft office. The nothing better than that. And i think this adds a second one. And they're going to have the two two of the top ten rentals in the world. I was listening to a pivot. Podcast with scott scott g and he was saying that at least in his opinion he feels like this probably pushes microsoft to the most valuable company in the world again. And i kind of agree with that because i mean a businesses greater than ten employees microsoft is definitely the the largest customer of all of those businesses and very one of them uses their suite that office suite. And if you're looking for companies. That have moats i mean. No one's got a bigger moat than them. They got arguably one of the most talented. Ceo's a great not only that the government isn't going after them. You look into whether you be on twitter your wall street journal. You're looking at amazon news. And a twitter war they're having with bernie sanders and his followers. Never do cms in there. It's facebook getting destroyed. Google getting destroyed amazon getting poundstone Microsoft stays in the corner it keeps to itself. Even apple is a little bit louder right and to me i really love this acquisition a good. My cousin dallas is like joel a need to buy this discord ipo. Mike dude microsoft. I think that's probably going to get it. Sorry man that the company company's gonna ten x like you probably right but it's gonna ten accent side of microsoft. Not inside of your. Utsa able to pull on another thread from that conversation between bill..
"utsa" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"That's been that they've gone to school with all these years and like what. He is the entitlement that he has a small town here. It's a very similar situation in. Like from what i went through in high school. I mean i. I was part of the student. Body was as be president like all that kind of stuff. It's very very cliquey when it when it's a high school in a small town and a lot of that Hushing of up of issues is part of what is small town life and like that really spoke to me and having out outside influence come in to try it was exposing that kind of thing was was something that was always lacking my life personally but like i tried to bring it myself but it was never like fully realized and like. That's one of the things that really spoke to me in this movie. Was that need for overthrowing. The societal norms that we've been we've come a long way. We've come a long way from movies varsity blues where it's just about. You know what. I mean like like who knows what else is going on in that school adversity blues. To where like the female athletes are not like respected. And they're accomplish. Their accomplishments as female athletes are kind of diminished because of what the male athletes are doing and the male athletes aren't even performing at the same level as the female athletes are in the school. And like and. I think we have come a long way as as far as like some of the recognition. Like look a long way to go. We have a long way to go. But i'm saying we have come a long way. Because i think the the williams sisters serena and venus like really kind of started to open up people's eyes as to females female tennis and we need more of that you know and so But i think that this movie did. We've come a long way. And i'm not trying to take anything away from varsity blues. I still enjoy that. I need to. I love that movie. And i'm not trying to take anything away from that but i think like this movie's tackling issues that we that we weren't tackling in nineteen ninety nine when that movie came out. And you know. I when i first started watching the movie. 'cause i didn't read a synopsis or anything about it. I went into a blind. And i i kind of got a lot of like the mean girls vibe because it was you know from a similar comedic background i. It's kind of in the same vein to begin with but then like at totally switches and it goes in the entirely different direction. And i really appreciated that. Any polar took her experience on mean girls. And what What's her name. Oh my god thank. Utsa kind of went through on that and then took it to the next next step. Like the next logical step of okay. So we're doing this this this school movie based around a group of girls. What's the progression of what we want to say about this high school experience and they took it to. She took it to the next level. And i thought amy poehler direction was really really good. Yeah overall the pacing was really good. The cinematography was really good..
Patrick Mouratoglou and Andrea Leand
"Everyone John Worth I'm here is this with sports illustrated tennis podcast. Sweet. We have two guests, I. We talk with Patrick Rata Glue who of course wears many hats in tennis keeps the Tennis Miller's busy. He's a broadcaster he's a coach. He's a promoter Today we talked to him in two capacities. We talk about the the ultimate tennis showdown that he ran over the past several weeks. This was an attempt by Patrick to speed up tennis, make it faster younger draw a new audience. We talk about what worked what didn't we spoke with him in June and he invited us sort of wouldn't he said we'll do a reassessment when we're done and see what we did well, and what we need to work on, and so we took him up on that so. A conversation about the UTSA ultimate showdown, and then we talk about Serena. Williams. Patrick of course has coached Serena for almost a decade now, and we talk about where she is what she'll need to do to Win that elusive twenty-fourth major He is about to leave niece for Lexington Kentucky from the south of France to the land, of Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul but Patrick. is going to meet up with Serena and couture in Lexington on her way to the US. Open to we talk a lot about Serena Williams how she's handling pressure, which he needs to do differently if she were to get to the final and her sort of general disposition during during the Cova crisis. So good conversation that we talked with Andrea Leeann Andras a former top fifteen player. A commentator she also wants did a brief stint as an agent She was at the Greenbrier for the final of World Team Tennessee other day she was sitting courtside. So we talk a bit about tennis and a bit about what the US Open is going to look like under this sort of quasi bubble configuration. So good to good conversation sort of looking back but also looking forward. So let's get started in the south of France with Patrick. So we spoke a few months ago before. Before your events began and we said we would we would check in and you were open to suggestion and you sort of you wanted to hear how this went. So you you tell me first. Grade yourself what what work well. Most of it. I to to see the reality of something you've you've imagined is is amazing. It's an incredible feeling. And it was it was really impressive to see those those great champions play. As. I mean something that was difficult to imagine like play formats. So different from tennis. The accepting to be in such in this comfort zone at the start because it's very different it's very stressful. Is Very difficult in terms of physical because you don't have a lot of time between the much less so he can't recover well. You're so much more stress. To see them go through all that. In a completely new environment All the things that go is the software we had to give up this machine we had to develop for the JEREM buyers day so. I mean. The whole feeling for me was just incredible. To be completely honest, you you you sound to me like you you've written a screenplay and then you've you've actually seen it performed as as a movie. Perfect who put it What did you think first of all, what what did you think of the level play I mean this this was a different environment for the players. They were also coming off along break. What did you think of quality of Tennessee? I think at the start of Utsa one level was really so-so. After a few weekends decided to play well. the one birds for example, who on your gs? One I think is level the first two weekends was wow. Was Far from very far and then. He took off and then he started to play a some of his best tennis I think. Why he won and the level of I think for UTA. Finals. Men and women I. Think the level was really good. I think it was very good tennis. That's I really enjoyed so much watching.
"Welcome to new challenges remaining I am. Ben Rothenberg I'm lead on this show to be joined by Patrick Moore. The founder of the Motagua Academy coach of Serena Williams and more recently, the creator of the ultimate tennis showdown UTSA, which is one of the events springing up during this crooner virus stoppage that continues on the tours, so Patrick is here to talk about his new ups products, but also a couple other things large more largely in the sport in general to talk about emotion, antennas change in tennis room for growth in tennis as well as some of the more recent news around proposals around the US Open where limit players only having one entourage member with them onsite per player, and also how his charged Serena Williams is handling this stoppage in tour. Among other things hope you enjoy this. I've wanted to have patrick on for a long time so I'm glad to get him today here. He is help you enjoy. Very said V joined here by Patrick more talk to talk about the ultimate tennis showdown ups which you've started up. Thanks for being here for civil and I'm curious. Just this idea you had for. UTSA is this something that you had an idea for before? Or is this purely been sort of a Brainchild of this of the stop time on on tour. is both. I've been thinking about it for a long time because I aware that the average age of the fan of tennis is getting older where at sixty one years old now and it's getting older every year so. This sense, quite a lot of messages to us the first mets. A message is that. The core fans of tennis have very loyal to tennis. The started to love is probably in the seventies and eighties steel here for two years old fifty years afterwards shows that. Tennis is very addictive. It's it's a great sport, so we keep our fence, but it says also that we're not renewing our fund base so we not getting New People on board especially not. Not many young people so I thought that Dennis needed something else I'm not saying that. The ATP W have to change and the. Grand Slam something. He's great also to tradition I think they're also doing a good job at. Making their fence happy because they're still here for fifty years after, but I think it's important also to get New People on board to To to to grow the fan base of tennis, and especially to to renew its so I think for that. We need a second second league. That is more modern. That is different that proposes A. Product you can do. It doesn't sound good for sport, but it is a product because it's. Not Product a product that. That is more that. Faster more dynamic, more interactive, more modern. And that's what's better. The younger generations already interested in marketing for that can see you guys having a lot of fun with this or just taking it I want to say less seriously, but you know the the the nicknames for players that come out like. The Greek God and you know we the French flair and Matteo. Bertini the hammer like these are not things that you would have seen Wimbledon do. Had this been normal tour year right now and so I. I guess I'm curious. You're somebody who I think you know from seeing your. Thoughts on different things and you're somebody who gets thanks tennis should be. Has Room to be a lot looser, right? A lot less tied to tradition into being serious all the time potentially Zephyr. Yes but I'm a tennis fan since four years old. I gave everything I had for tennis and an often is also the way it is. So I understand that the core fans don't want change. I think steal the could be some slight changes, but. But. Basically I like tennis. The way it is is just that We don't take ourselves seriously. We WanNA. Have Fun we WANNA. Enjoy won't for me. sports is has to be all these. It has to be fun. It has to be emotional. It has to be interactive and especially in our world in twenty twenty, the will change so much and the way consumers. Watch sports and video in general. Has Changed so much in the last years I think it's important to propose a different way to Turkistan is for that reason. If we want to get you, get you offense on board. That's the only way and we have to consider also that the offer is so much bigger than what he what it used to be. The is now you have so many different sports. You have gaming. Older Serres. There are so many different. Options, so if your product is slow complicated or you need to invest three hours, minimum or two and a half hours. You have no chance to get the young people so I. Think it's very complimentary. I think both leaks can really live will next to each other and feed each other. Actually
Patrick Mouratoglou on Ultimate Tennis Showdown
"Everyone John Wartime here this week. Sports illustrated tennis podcast. Our guest is Patrick Barada. Blue is a tennis entrepreneur healed. And Namesake Academy you probably know him best as coach up Serena Williams and Coco Golf he a commentator. He's also the commissioner of the UPS. WHAT DOES UPS? Is the ultimate tennis showdown, which is What are these unsanctioned events occurring during covid? This event is happening June thirteenth through July twelfth at the more Talk Academy on the French Riviera. Players include deficits poss-. Matteo Bertini David Gafa been pair Richard Gasquet so This is another one of these events that's going on while there are new tour events, so we talk with Patrick ups, but also a bit about tennis in twenty twenty. He made some news this week when he talked about. How tennis needs an overhaul. How the? The audience is getting older and we talk about some of the possibilities in plans there. He was We recorded this full disclosure on Wednesday day before apparently, there was a press conference. He was a little bit coy about revealing the specifics of ups, but it does sound like he's going to unveil some of these innovations that that he talked about an in baked herbs so This is a good conversation we agree on some things disagree on others, but think you'll enjoy the next half hour so. So. Here's here's Patrick. Where are you? How are you? Might I get him in south France and I'm good. I'm very busy because we use that. down periods to. Be as creative as possible. Let's talk about that. You also you. You look like you got a haircut. Did yesterday. You have a good eye. Eric Good. You're the lucky ones. So you have. A big week ahead of you. We were talking actually on tennis channel just an hour ago about about. UTSA and some of the players that are going to be in the field. What what's the objectives I mean? It's the players need to play in. Events need to happen. What why do this? I do this because I feel that tennis needs to reinvent itself I know when I said it sounds a bit too much, but I explain explain why. The tennis founded getting older. The Fan base is getting older nothing against people that at a certain point, any fan base has to be renewed. If it's not renewed. People are getting older and older. At some point. It's not gonNa work anymore and when you're busy. Sixty one years old and get one year older every year. You have to start to worry and try to find solutions, so I tried to understand why we were in this situation. I realized that I level. People feel that it was better before that's. That's what I hear every day, and you probably hear the same by the way people tell me this everyday simple. Better before okay, so I ask why because we had better personalities before hand I think I think that it's not true I think we have great personalities in tennis but I think they don't dare anymore expressing their emotions and expressing who they are, it's It's It's all about being politically correct all the time, so it's not very fun for the for new fans, not very appealing. And we get real lot of diversity diverse, still game styles university with the young players, very young women being in Grand Slam finals that we don't have anymore because of rules, all this is because the rules that have been been put in place rules to prevent young players to reach the final grand slams rules. Due To intentional or not, but we destroyed and get rid of the servant players for example he says because of rules also I mean. The uniformization of the surfaces and the code of conduct which is rules also that get rid of the diversity of this person is is on court. And the percents very polished now. And I think it affects the show. The Game of tennis is incredible show of tennis I think is. Very old fashioned. and. Goal is to bring the best from the best. And also to be more modern in the way to showcase is taking into consideration how people consume videos and sports and anything actually today. The the American cliche is that there's a lot to unpack there To! What extent are you differentiating between? When when the ball is in play in when it's not because I'm looking out there and I'm seeing. I saw a sixteen year old that I will call her a girl, and not a woman I saw sixteen year old girl. Addressing a crowd about an issue having nothing to do with tennis and I see a thirty nine year old. Man is is going to get knee surgery, but continue playing in twenty twenty one and I see a much more racially diverse and nationally diverse sport than than I did twenty years ago. I push back on some of that, but I I think your your point when the balls in play. I think is a much different situation. I mean when when do you think we lost? When did we lose these fans? I think so first of all I think the game is extremely slow. I think tennis matches a marathon. You have to sit down and have a almost for the next three hours if not more. And to ask fifteen or twenty or even twenty five or thirty years old good, this is not going to happen. So! That's a big problem.
NA LCS 2019 Highlights
"Last week and saw action in the NHL CS the national pudgy league and the return of the overwatch league. So it's time for us to break them down. And starting with the NFL CS another busy weekend in us and definitely highlighted by the first loss of team. Liquid? I'm so sick. Wow. They fall to a paltry seven and one on the season. Of a word if you buy team solemn so solo. Playing as well as I've seen them play. Well, this incarnation ever. I've never seen this that. Well. But I mean that looked like classic choke the life out of UTSA that I haven't seen in what feels like years. Now, how how did the thieves do you? How team do they went into? They looking good. I had a badly councils not looking back on the liquid trained. Honestly, this split just may be a wash for them. Honestly, then may be taking the split to try some new things work out their communications. Communication. They've got new players don't necessarily speak the language, particularly. Well, there's definitely some communication problems on that team that they're trying to work through. Of course, what team liquid taking their first loss of the year. Dashes hair is officially shave. He had promised that. If team liquid went undefeated this season, he would die his hair team would colors. Really that was that was his promise because he was pretty sure it wouldn't happen in little Genuity jinxed and immediately they. Now. That's nice. Golden guardians takes another win this week. They beat of course gaming. Know, here's the thing. It's not like CO was the abject horror that they were last season right dab in winning some really sort of methodical, slowly, you know, really have the stop paying attention to him. Game. Really? They were not a terrible team. Stop paying attention the moment double left left. So I don't know. But both c-9 and anti SM went on the weekends. So they had a really strong weekend. And we're now at the standings currently team liquid is in the lead. Seven to one cloud nine is in second at six and to fly quest at five and three. Then you have a big cluster of people who are four and four before you get down to the cellar dwellers optic and clutch coming in ninth and tenth place. Well, as we turn our attention over to the N P L, I guess cloud nine really likes that second place by because that is exactly where they are in the N P L as well. They were able to climb out of that third place spot and into second by a margin of only four points line. Tell you what s scary because when you think about cloud nine all throughout last season. They had a bunch of teams outside of rocket league. Sure who were not necessarily the best team. No around. They're starting to climb up in in in in soon. That postseason hit made moves. Cloud nine. We had the Europe cloud, and I don't know that it's going to be in the N P L because tempo storm has really solidified themselves as the leader of the pack with a total of two hundred and twenty five points cloud nine in second with one seventy five. How? That is almost fifty points ahead of them storm just stops playing. Nobody's catching that. Yeah. I mean, I mean, the nice thing about the I mean at the same time a couple of bad games in a couple of good games by another team could close that. That's that's exactly it because we're talking about margins here and again tempo storm has fifty points over their next rival, which is cloud nine. But there's only a four point separation between the second and third place spot. So nothing is necessarily decided outside of tempo. Storm looks like they're going to be taking home. The you know the first place spot in the
Stress might lead to memory loss and brain shrinkage
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Obama says Trump is "a symptom, not the cause" of division
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Obama says Trump is "a symptom, not the cause" of division
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Senator John McCain, US Senate and Rahm Emanuel discussed on Joe Pags
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