27 Burst results for "Utsa"

Patrick Mouratoglou and Andrea Leand

Beyond The Baseline

04:14 min | 2 months ago

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.

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Patrick Mouratoglou

No Challenges Remaining

05:02 min | 4 months ago

Patrick Mouratoglou

"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

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Patrick Mouratoglou on Ultimate Tennis Showdown

Beyond The Baseline

05:40 min | 4 months ago

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.

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"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"At UTSA and so we were receiving Facebook racks by the truckload this matter fact we ended up with a warehouse full of Facebook racks just because we don't have data center space to actually turn a month but we still actually today a lot of the CI a quick minute is still running on Facebook's open compute compliant hardware I have those servers running in my lab right now in conjunction with dell poweredge servers yeah so yeah so we've been we've been part of that ecosystem for a long time how does it work well I mean the point is again I don't look at it really much different than the open source software model where now what we get to do from a hardware perspective is actually see the Gerber files we can actually load and and view what the designs are if we if we want to keep the design we keep the design but if they give us ideas on what to build next all the better and and again as long as we follow the licensing models of the individual the authors of the files and then everyone is everyone wins so there is as I think back to when I did this week we still call it the battered programming and you would try to put small source code on a small chip of Motorola probably obeyed see eleven kind of chip back when I did things by and then you would have bet that in to what now is like they're they're calling all these the internet of things devices because on somewhere on that ship is also a network connection nowadays there was not a network connection back then that those chips that I used had a that serial interface coming off of it that's not the serial you eat for breakfast kids S. C. R. I. A. L. you have been I can't even think I guess the last time at a computer with the serial port on it now now that was the interface coming off of those those chips I used to now like with this the open hardware like all the way down to those that risk chip design I guess it gives you you have the ability to do a full bottoms up designed for for I. O. T. devices in an academic setting absolutely that's been the beauty of being able to go in and actually take advantage of the the years of evolution of the hardware models that have been built up as as computer science took advantage of it as as industry takes advantage of all the time what we try to do though is we try to layer our solutions on best practices yeah so as we find a component design model I mean that's that's been arms entire model in their entire ecosystem is there it's a modular design where you know don't go back out build a better memory management module just use the component off the shelf and and add year delta on top of it and so what we've really been trying to do is not redesign everything down to the communications level if there's a a functional low powered model that or protocol that meets our requirements that's we use and so what we're really trying to do is is get the students to work not only understanding the loan of the stack but how do you construct the modules of what exists to bill functional things more rapidly today so even though a lot of that is available and there are definitely folks in the university that want to focus on that all the way down to the silicon yeah you know we have we have one of our faculty members came from apple and he's a men's guy and so he is really focusing down he's got an actual functional ma'am slab in our downtown campus it's pretty state of the art when they ought to go over and take a look at that yeah but I'm but he's he's really keen on doing things like that of of building new things and silicon that can you know increase and and and perform in ways that are not done today a lot of a lot of it involves quantum and so yeah you're sneaking into where we were going to have access this is all conventional computing stuff right out in this so I was we were talking during that is traffic and weather update you're working on some quantum curriculum that you're gonna be developing here coming this next spring well I mean I think it's not a a a leap to say that the future of computing is going to be in the quantum brown certainly the downside to not being able to play in that space when other people complain that space is not gonna be good and so I think it's a bet what what I personally am doing as a as faculty at UTSA is I'm making sure that the curriculum that we're teaching our students in the college of engineering is evolving to keep pace with what's happening out in industry and in other academic areas with the state of the art quantum informatics that's happening right now I'm not building quantum computers that's not my area yeah the quantum hardware engineering not not not not me personally but what I really want to focus on is I want to be able to implement and teach quantum algorithms yeah and so I want to make sure that our students understand how to put together these components to solve problems using the principles upon mechanics in ways that are practical and durable in in not twenty years from now but maybe maybe two to ten years from now yeah because I I L. one on IBM's cloud there's a an API to talk to a quantum computer now absolutely ten a reef is one of the they have multiple actually Tenerife is one of the public accessible quantum computing devices it's a functional quantum computer and that there are libraries that have been created in conjunction with IBM and made public we we I love python is a programming language and and it it kind of become right when the learn well it's ubiquitous you can do almost anything when it runs everywhere runs everywhere it can it can cross platform sick in the scripting it can do actual application design and now you can actually build quantum circuits with it directly and so one of the things that we're working on right now is I'm creating a class in quantum machine learning where we're going to actually be training some small neural networks that can function on the the the key events that are part of the ten a reef quantum clout from IBM yeah well that's super cool stuff so I mean it then for listeners out there kind of the quantum computing is my hope man while many other folks that will be able to continue the advancement of Moore's law which goes back and it basically says we were going to be able to double the number of a double computing power kind of every eighteen months it was said this is kind of plot it out on the silicon style traditional computing chip design of this I guess going back to the nineteen sixties yeah Gordon Moore yeah and and with that that's held true up until this point we've doubled the number of transistors on a way for I think every eighteen months all the way back we're running out of physical space to do that now so like if you you you look at these tips the latest processor architectures in these fab facilities now they're getting down to four maybe five or six nanometers and and there's not much room left until you end up with just Adams there by themselves well you know spaces is certainly one of the constraints I think one of the other constraints that we see is power yeah so when you when you moving current through such a small space then the problem becomes dissipation yet not a lot left for heatsink that's right yeah and and so you also end up with quantum effects where you end up with two wires that are supposed to be carrying two separate signals and unfortunately the electrons don't obey that down at the quantum level they tunnel through an electron's magically appear in the other wire which alters your circuit design and yeah and you know you get to a point where you really no longer it's more of a random event now instead of a controlled event which are double east down at the hardware level really like to control what's happening with our current voltages but yeah I it's down at the quantum level is as them the common phrases and so I think the point is that by using the quantum computing capabilities we not only have the ability to increase our performance by you know using the principles of quantum mechanics but one of the dark sides is that it becomes now more possible for us to leverage that that quantum speed up in computation to crack encryption yeah some of our traditional encryption is not going to work very well if you had large scale large cubic quantum computers right most of the the RSA base a symmetric encryption the the public key encryption mechanisms that we use will theoretically be crack up all in in that time frame that makes it makes it realistic for a person to be able to to bypass the encryption and so we're actually we had a presentation by Sandia national labs who is working full steam ahead on dating a set of algorithms that can be proven book provably quantum proof so how is it that we can develop these next generation encryption standards that are not going to be subject to the quantum a fact of of being able be cracked in polynomial time all that the liturgical curve stuff I learned in all the R. S. A. stuff I learned is is going to be about as useful as the assembly language programming that I learned is it's all it's all it's all going to be washed away enough to go back to school again myself but yeah yeah they this so that for folks kind of wondering that the fundamental difference with quantum computers is many of the mostly but we have computers today S. all bunch of math still like it its dip running equations it's crunching numbers all the time that's what the way computers process everything even from it image recognition machine learning it's by looking at millions of pictures of cats that that it the computer figures out numerically away to determine this is a cat and its own computer style brain the quantum computing allows instead of having to have that machine learning network look at a billion images one at a time it might simpleton way of describing it in the computer could look at all billion images all at once and by being able to do that it speeds up the learning times and if the if you were using this on the encryption side of things the set of learning to identify cat pictures instead of testing the private key to decrypt something one key at a time I contest all billion he's all at once in and if you can test all billion keys all at once instead of taking a billion in a in a line we've got to do the one of the time it takes a long time that's the way our encryption works today it's just not computationally feasible that feasibility changes the the the good side benefit of all of this is we spent a lot of electricity powering computers doing math and if we can make that much more efficient so we can use quantum methods to do that math with much less electricity than we can do all sorts of computing things that we haven't been able to do is that we were talking I I think a little bit this was off there as well just about some of back in Jeff's additional research back in the nineteen nineties doing machine learning you would have one tiny single little with three neurons you said your your girl that you're working with back then they were very small yeah and that and that now today so give it with that example you gave off their of like you've got with one student with what I got thousand layers and and thousands of inputs yeah I mean some of our our networks the the deep learning neural networks that we use today or have you know a hundred or more layers and each of the input layer could have you know a thousand inputs that are being interconnected through and.

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"utsa" Discussed on Think: Business Futures

Think: Business Futures

14:33 min | 1 year ago

"utsa" Discussed on Think: Business Futures

"Is capital seen in recent. It's not just knowing falls Oshii appraiser of knowing it's knowing because he traits chapter. And it's kind of nice to get cut through his well, whenever on, like, oh, so much money like how they do it and like it seems like it's so unattainable. It really, really able. Welcome to think business speeches on this show. We take cutting edge business research, coupled with real world, examples and explore. What's actually happening in business? Finance marketing, and that broader economic world. We have to deal with David Brown says, Dane, externally guys in the business school. And I'm I'm a lecture and accounting at UTSA business school. And we're looking at liberty capital..

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NA LCS 2019 Highlights

Checkpoint Radio

03:50 min | 1 year ago

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

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"utsa" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"utsa" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"They'll probably be a four or five seed something like that here this year and they missed the tournament last year. But that's a program it's already established. And I think we'll miss trying to get to that point here with Kermit Davis. So I think these showcase games is cross conference really resume boosters for lack of a better term. I think this game means a lot more to Mississippi in that regard as well. Yeah. I think so as well. I think it's gonna be interesting to see where this line is. You know, as I look at it right now, Kim palm has been sippy to lose by one bark toward Vic has Mississippi minus zero point six probably almost on pick them for this game. You know, certainly if I had to take side, I would lean toward Mississippi. I'm I'm not saying this is going to be one of my stronger looks for Saturday. I would also look toward the over here. Mississippi Spinney fish went on offense this year twenty nine th and often fish since he according to Ken palm. I was thinking fifteen so you to good offenses here. I was state likes to play uptempo Mississippi slightly faster than the average team. So, you know, certainly, my lean here would be the over as well. All right. So we move on from that game here conference USA we've had a lot of spots in conference USA that we've been talking about on here this week. I know you talked about them a lot in your situation article as well Old Dominion and UTSA. What's going on with this game? I I don't I really don't know. Why conference you say it was dealing with the schedule. I mean, it makes no sense to me. You know, they condense everything in a big way here Old Dominion playing their fifth game since January seventeen. Now, if you look at how they've done in those games, and let's take it back one game farther than that the game before that they want at F I U seventy five to seventy four. I believe they had a buzzer beater to win that game. Then on the seventeenth. They beat Louisiana tech sixty four to sixty three one another one point win. They win at home against southern miss seventy eight to sixty they go on the road play a really bad first half against Charlotte and come out of the break, really hot. When seventy six to seventy they go to YouTube, which is at a higher elevation on Thursday night. Play us up to a fifty to forty eight win. It was tied forty eight forty eight with a minute left in that game ended up winning by two points. You type is not nearly as good as as. UTSA and this being the end of a road trip and fifth game since January seventeenth this is a really really bad spot for olds many about as bad as as you could ever find like I said, I think UTSA and improving team UTSA's played one game this week so far and that was eighty eight to forty three win over Charlotte. So obviously that game, you know, didn't get as much, you know, the guys were able to rest more. There wasn't much of push their as what there would have been an close game. So I think UTSA comes into this game pretty fresh Old Dominion, not fresh at all I will say last year when they played open any and be UTSA one hundred sixty two at Old Dominion last year. I would think that UTSA looking for revenge in a game like this. I think this game will be pretty close to pick him as well. You know, it'd be interesting to see, you know, how much the odds makers put into this spot because you. Essay has to be power rated lower than Old Dominion, but the situation that you're in, you know, fifteen and that many days, and then it's a third straight road game playing after elevation. You know, we talked about before and conference you say ultimate is not very close to UTSA this long for so UTSA is a game that I will certainly consider here on Saturday. Very curious to see what his line comes out. Yeah. Should be interesting to see. I mean, I don't know. And also, you gotta keep in my two with UTSA's most recent performance how much is that factored into the line? Does that create a price inflation? I don't know. We'll have to wait and see. But it should be an interesting game..

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"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A lot of traction because it involves both viral videos and race relations on college campuses. Both of which are really at theatre section of a lot of emotion in society. Today. What happened is this place in? What would I was in college in the seventy s we used to call a cattle call class? My daughter went to Baylor about ten years ago says they now refer to them as seminar classes, it's a class that's held in an auditorium. It's a lot of students. It's a big room. And what happened was this African American woman who is a student in the class put her feet up on the back of the chair in front of her which I thought was kind of universal classes like that. The teacher responded by calling the UTSA police department to escort the student out of class and. This happens amid a backdrop of first of all several very bizarre incidents in recent months of people calling police had African Americans who are doing normal things from sitting in a Starbucks in Philadelphia to selling water on the street corner in San Francisco, and the video went viral there have now been several thousand people who've signed online petitions calling for the firing of the lecturer who called the police escort the student out of the classroom. And fortunately Taylor, Amy who is the president did UTSA is the adult in the room, and he last night released the results of two separate investigations into this incident. First of all, he says, the lecturer will not be fired. He says she did in fact failed or manage your classroom and displayed poor judgment in her handling of Monday situation. But her actions do not warrant termination he says the instructor as a very strong track record of positive student evaluations. And she had no prior incidents. They interviewed some of the students in the class. And they said that they do not think that the lecturer should be fired over this at end. There was a separate investigation. That was conducted by UTSA's equal opportunity services office, and they say that not even the students who is involved feels that this was a racial incident that obviously as the knee jerk reaction to anything involving especially minorities on campus that it was racism and the report indicated the faculty members actions were not based on racial bias. And the student is elected not to file a formal complaint of discrimination regarding the incident. Now, we've been told by several students who've also posted this on social media that there's a lot of back story that obviously do not appear in the short viral video. And that's that there has been a history between the lecturer and the student throughout the entire semester. And apparently, according to students who say they were in the class win. The student put her feet up on the back of the chair in front of her. The teacher thought that this was a personal insult that. She was talking back that she was challenging the lecturer because of incidents that had happened between them in the past one student said that this whole incident was blown completely out of proportion. Now, the lecturer has been relieved of her duties as an instructor for the remainder of this semester. Which is what maybe three weeks maybe a month, and she will receive training on better management of her class. But this is just an example of what happens in two very very emotionally charged context today. Viral videos said what we all see on the internet doll freak out about. And of course, the ongoing tensions that are occurring on the nation's college campuses, especially in regard to minority groups, so hopefully president Amy is put an end to this. But I doubt it. All right. Jim. Thank you very much. News director, Jim Forsyth morning commentary. Gyms back again in one hour at eight ten what if there was a busy? In San Antonio that had been around for seventy two years and still considered a leader in their field. What if that business was voted one of the top places to work in San Antonio? And what.

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Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Stress might lead to memory loss and brain shrinkage

"Adults. A UTSA study finds that people in their forties and fifties with higher cortisol levels have worst memory and lower brain volumes. Cortisol is a hormone that's often linked to stress. The researchers say their study adds more evidence to the need to reduce stress age, gender and other factors can

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"utsa" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Not a lot of sexy pick so far fill. No. Sorry about the ugly candy. All dogs here. But you do have one favorite here in Louisiana tech. Yeah, and Louisiana tech is taken at a team that's won three straight games and UTSA's a home dog. How the heck am I going against a team that's ready to have like UTSA well, let's let's peek under the covers a little bit at UTSA. Their last three games have been against Texas State Utah up and rice. Three of the worst teams in the f. b. s. in fact those three teams not one of them is beaten an FBI foe so far this year. And while they won the games, their offense and those games, two hundred seventy two yards, two hundred seventy eight yards. Last week they beat rice on the road. They had one hundred seventy eight yards offense. So they're struggling to run the football and they're struggling to throw the football three yards per carry. Fifty one. Completions and UTSA's just the team wait to get exposed by somebody and who's this Lisa tech team coming in. It's texting that plays extremely wall in the road under Holtz has got him at fourteen and seven gets spread on the road there off an ugly loss to UAB last week which I expected you to give them everything and you beat them twenty eight seven. It was only fourteen seven in the fourth quarter. UAB got a couple of late scores, but it's tech team to now needs to win there on the road. The only have you tap on deck and it's a big step down for them. They just played LSU North Texas and UAB and other only playing UTSA here. Well, I talked about UTSA's offense which by the way is the worst in the NCWA. They have one hundred and eighty nine yards below with their opponents. Come in allowing one hundred eighty nine yards. It's worsening AA. Louisiana tech had a season high, four hundred seventeen yards against LSU's defense into valley. No other offenses put up four hundred seventy. Yards. LSU movies, e n TEK did this very underrated Louisiana tech, very overrated UTSA because of those three wins spreads reasonable. Thirteen. Frankly, I don't see UTSA topping their their season average, which is two hundred fifty. One yards on offense fact probably get below that. I could see ticket near four hundred and if you've got a four hundred two, two hundred, you can cover thirteen points on the road. Good stuff..

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"utsa" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Clips where it's good to be a guy. The next opponent is rice. It's next Saturday at rice stadium in Houston and UTSA looks to be at least on paper. I know we don't play these games on paper. But they look Jay to be the better team rice got steamrolled today and the Roadrunners need to go into Houston and hopefully get to three and three on the year. Yeah. It's it's again like I said no pregame you got to win the game. You're supposed to win. And I think that it's pretty much a consensus that UTSA was supposed to be Texas State. They were supposed to be you tap, and they're supposed to be rice. It's the games that are fifty fifty tossups or maybe you're slightly favoured or maybe you're slightly underdogs e you need to win those. But you have to win the ones you're supposed to win. And I think next Saturday is one of those you're supposed to win pet Evans rejoins us from the sideline in Pat. You saw down on the field tonight. The UTSA defense for the second straight week stepped up. And they're going to have to do that again next week in Houston. Well, you know, I I gotta tell you you watch the defense, and you watch them, I, you know, I I wrote down a word here bullets, and how many more are we going to dodge? Because the the defense is carrying the load. I I know that they carry the load last year, and but they're carrying a significant amount this year, and we're depending on them to come through in the clinch at the end, particularly when in these in the last two wins against Texas State. And and against you tap games on paper, we should have one. We did win good. But we should've won them more decisively. If if I want to get that technical do I want to get that technical. Well, I know from coaches standpoint, all they care about is the W. I mean, coach Wilson said when when he gathered the players around he said, you know, I don't care. I don't care. If it's towed. And then it's W. That's what he said. Any danny's? Right. I mean, w w I said that last week we'll take it. Winds are hard to get. Yes. They are division one scholarship players as well. So they're good football players out there. And I know they've lost seventeen in a row now. But that makes them maybe even a little more dangerous. You know, they're so. Yeah. I I mean, let somebody else be the one that. Yeah. Yeah. It's going to be a lot more losses. We get to this next year. In the pre game. I I said, you know, they are do let just let them do this week. You know, so you want to tell you about the final in in Denton, Louisiana tech and North Texas going at it and Denton North Texas. Drove the ball to the thirty eight yard line of Louisiana tech with seconds to go in the game attempted to feel gold Louisiana tech blocks the field goal the team that Andy. And I both agreed is probably the best team in the conference North Texas right now falls twenty nine twenty seven to Louisiana tech who just happens to become into this built into. Yeah. So they also played LSU last week and obviously lost the football game. But certainly did not embarrass themselves against LSU. Louisiana Tech's good football team. That means north north Dallas. I did it again North Texas is gonna be by the way. That means there. Oh and wanted coughing shows. The we've got a game lead on a bit shows that nobody is invincible in this league. And even when you see a team that basically, you know boat. Raced Arkansas in their own building and took their million dollars at the same time. They can get beat by a conference school like Louisiana tech. If they don't play a good game. And obviously they didn't play well enough to win here. Thirty eight twenty one loss to LSU in death valley at night, which LSU hardly ever loses. It home. Yeah. We turn around and beat North Texas. I think Louisiana tech might just have a pretty good football team. We'll see them in two weeks. You ready to go to Houston next week? I'm ready to go to Houston. I I got a few other moving things. All right. We will talk trains leaving before boys and girls out. All right that will wrap things up from the booth tonight. The Roadrunners win at thirty to twenty one. This copyrighted broadcast exclusive presentation the road runner sports network a property of learfield. Under the broadcasting rights granted by UTSA reuse of this presentation is prohibited. Without the express written consent of UTSA and the road runner. Sports network. Announcers are employed by the winter sports network and learfield with the approval of UTSA, the general manager of roadrunner sports properties is Bobby Jordan. The executive director of the road runner. Sports network is Morris white our engineer in the booth, Dan Walters. Our studio coordinator, Paul Kidwell are statistician Richard Wiggins next game for UTSA from.

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"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Ready for construction. Yeah. Charleen on first blush. This just might be an announcement of another federal government building going up downtown. But it's a lot more than that. First of all talking briefly about the new federal building that is going up downtown San Antonio, which is the headquarters of the western judicial district of Texas has needed a new federal courthouse as you mentioned for years if not decades, it is the federal judicial district which contains the largest stretch of US Mexico border of any district in the country. It's a district that is larger than all, but ten states, and as you might expect it's got a lot of criminals. A lot of people are smuggling illegal immigrants a lot of drug runners a lot of other types of criminals in this district. And right now, federal Justice is dispensed in the building that was built as the confluence theater part of the USA exhibition for hemisphere, sixty eight and they have several very very untenable situations considering today's security requirements. It's not unusual, for example, for the defendants to have to ride in the same elevator as the jurors, you can imagine that that might cause some security issues the normal security at the front of the building that you have to go through to get in as completely inadequate not just for the world after nine eleven but for the world after what happened at the federal courthouse in Oklahoma City back in one thousand nine hundred five this new building will be built on the site of the old police headquarters, which is at Nevada and Santa Rosa streets on the west edge of downtown. And in addition to being a new federal courthouse. This is going to be part of something we've been talking about a lot. Lately. Which is the fact that downtown San Antonio is not gonna look anything like a does. Now ten years from now. In addition to the new federal courthouse being built on the west edge of downtown, and you can imagine with all those lawyers judges marshalls all those federal employees there that's going to prompt. The construction of new restaurants of new motels of new businesses new facilities on the west edge of downtown. They're also planning finally tearing down the old bear county jail, which is now a federal detention center, which is located on the other side of Nova from where the federal court house will be built that has been an eyesore downtown for a long time. This is right in the area. Where UTSA's downtown campus is expanding the data security school that president AB wants to build would go end on. What is now a parking lot right across the street from the new federal courthouse. So that's going to change the look of the west edge of downtown. And obviously. Since the old confluence theater is no longer going to be used as a federal courthouse that land and the spears judicial training center right next to it can now be demolished or re purposed or used as part of the hemisphere growth plan. It could even be the site of a new triple a baseball stadium. That's one of the things that they're discussing for that area. So this is really going to spark along with what UTSA announced a couple of weeks ago along with what we've been talking about for a couple of years. The big changes at the Alamo plaza, a significant changes that will affect everybody who goes downtown worse downtown or plays downtown going to the Alamo dome or some other event still not to be determined. The new federal courthouse will open in late twenty twenty one and between now, and then congress will have to decide whether the new federal courthouse will continue to bear the name of the late judge. John would who has you know, in nineteen seventy nine became the first sitting federal judge. The country to be murdered when he was shot in Alamo heights by the father of actor Woody Harrelson, which is an interesting story in and of itself. Why would you even consider changing, obviously, judge would is a very very respected almost saintly individual in the legal community here. Congress has to make the decision be congress has to name all federal buildings right down to local post office. All right, Jim. Thank you very much. News director, Jim foresight morning commentary. Michael Pell co host the bureau palca podcast coming up in five minutes. Greenbury?.

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"utsa" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Is a proud sponsor of UTSA athletics. And that's good food. Pretty good. In fact, I'm officially hungry right now. Matters. It's time for our our look ahead to the next game. It's brought to you by sports clip where it's good to be a guy and the next game. Is you tap? They are Owen four on the year. They were twelve last year. They are got to be thinking. Okay. What are we gonna win the game and they will use? I would think all the motivation in the world to say we've never lost in the Alamo dome. And the home team's never won this this game. So I would imagine the miners will be ready to roll come next Saturday. Well, they played is pretty tough last year for for a part of that game. I don't think that you can take anything lightly. We're just we're not good enough to take anyone lightly. Just like tonight. It was a battle all the way through. And I don't mean we're not good enough. We have all the talent. It's just this has to gel the defensive backfield has to grow up a little bit. The the offensive line has to play together a little bit more. This is going to be a really good football team in baby really really good by the end of the season. Yeah. But it's a work in progress. So certainly there's no way to take anything for granted. When you tip comes in here. They're gonna be hungry. They're going to be like a wounded animal, and and you're going to have to come out and give them your game update on the Pepsi scoreboard. Stanford and Oregon are tied at thirty one less than five seconds to play fourth quarter in Corvallis. Wisconsin is trailing Iowa eight and a half to go fourth quarter, seventeen fourteen and Washington. On top of their zone estate, fourteen to ten all right UTSA as we mentioned lot to work on. But it's so much better to work on it. What you've got w in your pocket, you're walking out with a smile on your face. But you're also knowing that you got you got to go to work tomorrow. Had they come in here and one forty two to three or something like that. It might be a little bit different for these guys. But they're gonna go see the truth tomorrow. And they're going to see that they've got some work to do. And I honestly believe that if this team is really gonna move to that next level. They've got a develop a vertical passing game. All right. Let's get ready for YouTube. I'm an all right. This copyrighted broadcast is an exclusive presentation of the road runner. Sports network now property of learfield. Under broadcasting rights granted by UTSA reuse of this presentation is prohibited. Without the express written consent of UTSA and the Roadrunners sports network. Announcers are employed by the road runner sports network and learfield with the approval of UTSA the general. Manager of Rodman or sports properties is Bobby Jordan. The executive director of the road runner. Sports network is more white our engineer in the booth. Dan Walters studio, coordinator, Paul Kidwell are statistician Richard Wiggins next game for UTSA is a week from tonight. They'll take on you tap. We'll be on the air at four. The kickoffs at six and tickets are available four or five eight UTSA in online at go UTSA dot com. Twenty nine thousand two hundred five watched it tonight in the Alamo dome. And they watch UTSA win the game by a.

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Pope tells Sicily's mafia 'You cannot believe in God and be mafiosi'

KNX Programming

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Pope tells Sicily's mafia 'You cannot believe in God and be mafiosi'

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Obama says Trump is "a symptom, not the cause" of division

Sean Hannity

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Obama says Trump is "a symptom, not the cause" of division

"Former Trump campaign aide. George popadopoulos is being sentenced to fourteen days in jail for lying to the FBI and the one time foreign policy advisers, the first Trump campaign official to plead guilty and special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. And a possible cooperation between the campaign and Russia and popadopoulos lied about his contacts with several Russians who had high level connections to the Kremlin. Former President Obama some strong words against the state of politics in this country, and how the current president has furthered the divisions. Among the American people, the former president his speech at the university of Illinois Champaign calling his successor President Donald Trump this symptom, not the cause of division and polarization in the US. The remarks says Mr Obama kicks off a series of campaign stops leading into the midterms in two months. We have the chance not the certainty, but the chess to restore some semblance of sanity to our politics. Former president also complaining that he should get some credit for the massive economic turnaround and growth in our country under President Trump, President Trump took on the former president's speech while speaking in North Dakota this afternoon, I'm sorry. I watched it, but I fell asleep. Very good. Very good for sleeping. To take credit? He was trying to take credit for this incredible thing that's happening to our

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Obama says Trump is "a symptom, not the cause" of division

Sean Hannity

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Obama says Trump is "a symptom, not the cause" of division

"Former President Obama's and strong words against the state of politics in the country. And now the current president further the divisions amongst the American people the former president in his speech at the university of Illinois enter Bana champagne calling his successor President Donald Trump this symptom not the cause of division. Polarization in the US. The remark says Mr Obama kicks off a series of campaign stops leading into the mid term, two months. We have the chance not the surgery, but the chess to restore some semblance of sanity to our politics. We former president also complaining that he should get some credit for the massive economic turnaround and growth in our country under President

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Senator John Kyle, John McCain Ducey and UTSA discussed on Michael Berry

Michael Berry

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Senator John Kyle, John McCain Ducey and UTSA discussed on Michael Berry

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Joe Pags

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Senator John McCain, US Senate and Rahm Emanuel discussed on Joe Pags

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"utsa" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Provider of UTSA athletics that was an eleven play seventy five yard drive for UTSA five thirty five time of possession and b.j Daniels has his first roadrunner. Touchdown he had a Cup of coffee last year on a few plays on special. Teams right. Now he's the running back with Jalen, rose not playing in the second half and the BJ is up to twenty four yards rushing for the night and a touchdown for UTSA Depending on how long Jalen gonna be sidelined I mean Britney Brady You know with the the shirt rules is. You can actually play in four games and still keep your richer but if Jalen is gonna be out an, extended period of time that could put Brennan. Brady's Richard, in jeopardy Floyd is gonna go back deep this time to return the kick for Zona state Hunter do. This will kick off for the second time he kicked off to start the game Arizona's states expecting an onside kick I'm not sure whether, UTSA we'll do that or not but they are prepared for it because Floyd's back at the twenty and there's no one else anywhere near him exempted around the lines and here comes the kick and they're gonna kick it off in the vicinity the ball's gonna hit the five. And bounce into the end zone and that will mean it'll be. At the twenty five yard lines Floyd didn't really take too much of an effort to go back and get it it, once it crosses the goal line it's dead anyway in the at the college level and the. Pros you gotta go back down but if you choose not to run out of the zone or you don't contested, after it. Crosses the goal line it's dead So a six oh three to play in the game and UTSA forty nine to, seven let's go down to the field Pat Evans what's the mood like down there now obviously. The mood is a little bit better I'll tell you that.

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"utsa" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Also text, that number or going online to go UTSA dot com One of the things that, UTSA will have to improve in the next seventeen minutes of this game and certainly next week against Baylor in all year long is the lack of production, from the running game the rush yards. For UTSA because of the sacs are down to four now. The positive yards are different but you key essays had a number of. Sacks tonight the kind of offset that colleagues still is a. Little bit, archaic and then it puts the sacks against the quarterback's rushing yards. And not as passing yards as they do in the NFL and have for years Yeah they're they're going to have. To run the ball better they're going to have to throw the, ball better they're gonna to do everything better the offense of wine had is good moments tonight but now with UTSA down by thirty five era Arizona state, sun devils are just laying their ears back they brought. Seven guys on, that last play and that's why Cordell Grundy got sacked but yes the the running game has got to get much better obviously Jalen being injured, doesn't help a whole lot and we didn't see him. Very, much in this game so I wonder was it very. Early in the game when he got dinged up. Because we've seen BJ alive and. BJ seems to have had some decent runs but, it just hasn't been anything consistent on that long Roads only had three carries in the game tonight But the running game has.

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"utsa" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"No, but I could see them going seven. Five, eight and four. Yeah, totally, totally. I don't. They have Joe Moorhead in his second game with Mississippi State in Manhattan. UTSA could be tricky. They lose a couple of really big guys from last year. They have a long road trip to West Virginia. But other than that, like it's not bad. I go to aims to finish out the season. I know they have Oklahoma TCU in consecutive weeks. That's tough. That's not great. And I think they're going to drop at least one of those will probably drop both those games, but I to say that. They're gonna lose more than five games would be insane. No, no, no. I'm with you. Seven. Five, eight and four feels right to me. All right. Let's go to and you might be asking to yourself, are our picks mathematically possible with our wind total and to you? I will say everyday tie has been texting me. We are rock solid airtight with our mathematics. We will have someone Email about that. Yeah. All right. To final participants here in the big twelve? Yes. Baylor went one and eleven a year ago. You might remember that they signed Matt rule to a seven year deal with Baylor before last season after the season. He promptly interviewed with the colts. He didn't take the job Dan, but I, I just wanted to get that on the record because if that's not the most college football story ever, I don't know what is. Can you imagine the head space of Matt rule getting this like crazy long, guaranteed contract and after a year, he was like, I gotta move to Indiana. I gotta find my way Indiana. If you would have bolted given all the strife at Baylor? Yeah, on a seven year contract one year into his tenure, we would have had a new, Mattie, is in the NFL I. I would have and he would. He will probably in the next two years end up somewhere else. And it's hard for me to blame anybody for leaving the Baylor situation. I just I can't find a good reason. I understand that he is recruiting convincing kids to come to Waco, blah, blah, blah. But given the circumstances they're given the rebuilding job that's needed Bill. Brian gave Penn State a couple more couple years in that at least was they were almost in in better shape. It's easier to recruit, I think, given what the Penn State's history. It's it's hard to plan that role for leaving Baylor behind. Here's the thing Baylor's your favorite effort team, right. A love. I love love their effort. Baylor is like an eleven year old who tried to dunk from the free throw line and thrift's didn't get anywhere near there and you're saying, listen, I get it. That was a one in eleven attempts, but there was some effort there. They they were. They were better than one eleven last year. Okay. Most teams in the country, they thank you. They played really hard. They have seventeen starters back. I think they take jump forward. The defense is going to be better. Charlie brewer, completed sixty eight percent of his passes last year as a fresh freshman spot. He's got his entire wide receiving corps back Baylor's not gonna, make a bowl. They're not going to challenge for the big twelve, but they will be better and they will be more interesting. So Jalen Hurd becomes a receiver at Baylor, right? I don't know if that actually means anything. They have a really good nose tackle named IRA, which I'm on board greater. And the the interesting thing too is because Baylor's defense was just the Bismah last year, Phil snow who is kind of the Jim Chaney of like defensive consultancies. She's been everywhere, but he had huge success at temple. Turning that defense from like a joke into a top fifteen defense. You know, developed NFL draft picks over the years, and this is year two with a lot of experience, not necessarily up front, but you know, people aren't going to be more familiar with what he is asking of them and his play calling. You know, you saw those. This is we're talking about temple largely shutting down everybody including Notre Dame, which was probably like one of your least favorite night's ever now when so I imagine Phil snow will have this defense going from atrocious too below average. And that's if you are a football nerd. Pretty good. If you are a Baylor fan. Phil snow probably won't be there in a couple years..

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"utsa" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Yeah i'll take the under c n n even if they do but i'm root for it yet even if they do one of those games in their three and five there's still a really good chance you could lose one of those late games so what do you have the record when they november third against charlotte they could they could be two and six the probably be three and five but very easily could be doing six all right as as i mentioned earlier these are all the high number teams i wanna know where actually where is you where's you a oregon state was uab whereas utsa worth kansas where's cal maryland yup where are they give him to me we're usually army actually we're going to plug the south point sportsbook right now juicy little tweet from mr andrews before oh no i i was listening on the way in he said he announced when he's gonna release everything twentyseventh will be season win total that sunday memorial day weekend season win total and as i said that that's exactly how i plan to to spend my first night in lisbon up late at night looking at calls football win totals in my hotel room watching the indy five hundred no futures on that no okay oh i had a had a little i forgot to bring something for you by the way i i got an email earlier i know you're a big every now and then you throw and wnba picks i saw some wnba odds when the title that west gate get all the sheets from west gate emailed over forgot to print those out wasn't sure if you've got any my.

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"utsa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Bay area the oakland raiders who were they going to take a number ten let's fight up from drew hoffer does a great job as the host of the audible on k n b r ten fifty in the bay area i drew who the rate is taken at number ten marcus davenport from utsa the edge rusher boys that this is the way it's going with the writers defense the last couple of years has been the weak link here i'm not so worried about the offense but on the defense it's been terrible you gotta get somebody with khalil mack and i can't believe that they have a player of mac caliber with nobody else around marcus davenport's coming off the edge gruden has stated multiple times if this is going to be a four three one gap team very similar to what they run with the fangled that's why i think the new defensive coordinator paul concerts going to do fantastic job coming over from cincinnati what he's got to do is get really creative and create one on one situations but khalil mack if you get marcus davenport coming off the edge bruce irvin dan can slide back into the strong side linebacker i think that's a great star for the raiders try to rebuilt the defense muck stabbing ford is remarkable athletes before spaceport starred highschool and frank wilson's head coach loves his work ethic but is this a need pick for you or is it are you leaving when maybe one of the best players on your board i understand that the secondary i know a lot of people want to go with fitzpatrick but coveted in the draft or edge rushers and i think a guy davenport caliber he's going to be very special in this defense six seven to fifty five he's long long arm move i could see him toss it aside tackled inside.

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"utsa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"From romulus now with wwl utsa newsradio nine fifty's charlie lincoln well perry are 94 is clear right now it's near the two 75 area bud the highway was closed for a while while police investigated a shooting a female drivers said that her car was hit by a bullet on the driver's side door police did confirm that car was hit luckily no injuries now she met it to drive is probably about five miles assault from the shooting seemed to the police post here in taylor on telegraph as the michigan state police post they did confirm that there was a shooting and they are investigating that shooting uh remember back on december the seven police were investigating four separate highway shootings but they believe that it's by one suspect there's no relationship now or at least that's they're trying to determine if there is relationship that's what that investigation is focusing on reporting live nominee taylor charlie langton w j newsradio nine fifty a bus trip to the mayan ruins ends in tragedy for dozen people were killed and many more injured when the bus overturned on the highway out to the ruins south of the popular resort of to loom some of the injured have already been discharged but others have being treated in food different hospitals in the region on investigation is underway as to the cause of the crash the bbc's will grant reporting from mexico washington state is slowly recovering from monday's amtrak derailment three people were killed many more injured when most of the train's cars jumped the tracks at an overpass near seattle some of those cars fell onto the highway below while the exact cause his hundredth as to gatien officials say that train was moving eighty miles per hour in a thirty salman washington's governor jay inslee says every one must learn a lesson from this we have got to.

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"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"utsa" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The hopper very cbs thursday or stream it live or on demand and positive day on wall street today both the dow when the nasdaq gaining 28 points wtmj news time at five 45 time for sports once again here comes ryan i rabble the pistons and redwings back to work tonight the pistons are wrapping up a threegame west coast roads swing going to be out in la to take on the lakers you can hear it over here on am nine fifty starting at ten old five it's the pregame they'll tip things off at 1030 detroit looking for their fourth straight win redwings meanwhile looking to make it back to back wednesday night to entertain of the coyotes out little caesars arena it gets the game a several on the ticket starting at seven ten now the nfl trading deadline has come and gone the lions did not make a move the eagle's though making a pretty big acquisition they got j a giant from the dolphins for a fourthround selection last night the patriots in quarterback jimmy garoppolo to the niners for a second round pick the panthers also ship calvin benjamin the buffalo today that was for a third in a seventh round selection in the world series could come to a close tonight from la it's the astros and dodgers playing game 6 with houston up three games to two justin berliner will get the call against richhill first pitch is it 820 with sports fifteen and 45 past each hour i'm ryan woolly wwl utsa newsradio nine fifty sunday morning on cbs jeanpaul go to the ends of the earth excite say you've never seen anything like it and reach for the stars this is pretty fun looked through a telescope at cold experience thought provoking innovative and highly which reporting because there was only something new under the sun on cbs sunday morning monday cbs presents a new comedy that asked the question can you ever.

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