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1,500+ Call for Museum President’s Removal After Job Posting Cites “Core, White Art Audience”

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

1,500+ Call for Museum President’s Removal After Job Posting Cites “Core, White Art Audience”

"Calls for changes in new fields are sounding louder this morning, 85 staff members and stakeholders drafted a letter with what they call critical demands its response over a recent job posting that called for maintaining the museum's traditional core white art audience. Before demands are that the organization's president, Dr Charles Venable, steps down the termination of the contract with the search firm. A restructuring of the human resource is department and a re evaluation I and expansion of the museum's board committees. The letter is posted anonymously on Twitter. Its first line breeds were writing to express how deeply disheartened we are by new fields continued lack of leadership in addressing racial equity. According to the letter, staff spent four hours listening to senior leadership try to explain the job posting and their plans on Lee to leave feeling more distrustful and confused. Petition gathered more than 1800 signatures demanding that the museum becomes more

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College football: Georgia beats Cincinnati in Peach Bowl

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:41 min | 2 months ago

College football: Georgia beats Cincinnati in Peach Bowl

"Tim. Brando has returned and we are always excited to welcome. Tim brando back to our show and tim. Thank you for the time. Happy new year and man. Is there a lot to talk about. Yeah and even some of it is in sports too. You know a little bit of it has to do with sports up. And i've never been happier to be involved in sports right now. I can tell you that this is a this is a good day to cure about a college football game because otherwise you might need. You might shift drink. But let's keep it on college football before we get to monday night because certainly there's plenty of analysis. I couldn't help but think of you. On on friday as cincinnati was holding on dearly and ultimately lost to georgia in the peach bowl just You had been way out front arguing for others to be included in the party and they certainly acquitted themselves quite well. Yeah unfortunately you know this. Perception is reality. But sometimes the realities are when you wind up. Paul with A magnificent championship match up. And i will concede that that's what we have. I mean let's face it. We're talking about the two premier programs with the two largest brands from the two cities that get the highest ratings in sports television columbus. Ohio being second in birmingham alabama. Being one we're talking about the the the cfp really getting very fortunate. I mean really really fortunate. Because you know i certainly didn't believe in ohio state To be clemson the way they did. And i saw enough of ohio state during the regular season to know that they did not perform anywhere. Close to that Until that game was played. Which i think gives you know you have to give a lot of credit ryan day for having his staff and really his own gain planning so schematically superior to davos sweeney and clubs. That's you know brent. Venables is an outstanding defensive coordinator arguably considered maybe with dave aranda. Now is the head coach the best in the country and they were absolutely woodshed. It by ohio state and they did it. Schematically with two tight ends what they call twelve personnel football speak and utilizing the tied in and other receivers in a way that they have not done all season long. certainly they didn't do any of that against northwestern football team that defensively had the their team in a position to possibly beat ohio state in the big ten championship. I mean if it weren't for trae sermons Who had an unbelievable record breaking performance rushing the football. You know ohio state. Does it win that game against pets. It's gerald steam. So i think it was a legitimate by most of that cover football on a regular basis that simpson. Just add way. Too much ammunition and from a defensive standpoint would be able to handle what Been a relatively Understandable offense to defend. You know if you take care of justin feels and you double alava at wide receiver. You should be able to handle them well. That certainly was not the case in this game. So the cfp gets break with this matchup but that doesn't stop the thought process that that cincinnati gave everyone a reason to understand my point of view on this and so many others feel similarly that this is a team deserves to be playing for something a lot more than they were against georgia. They were two yards away all on third into and really didn't have to convert the third to if all they had done is just run the football as opposed to pass it Georgia would have had twenty five thirty thirty five fewer seconds to work with to get the ball to field goal range for fifty three yarder to win it. So i would contend that cincinnati's not just not getting the two yards but just deciding to throw the football rather than run. It was the difference in winning and losing. And and i think if that had happened the narrative wouldn't just be all my god. How great a matchup we have. We know how state alabama the narrative would also be. God did you see cincinnati. You know i mean did you. And they put iowa state with two losses above them. They they they dropped them to spots. I mean cincinnati's case would have been so much different. Had they been able to pull that off against georgia. But but i think people that are smart enough. That really understand the grander landscape of college. Football get the point and that is teams like cincinnati belong the ratings. Prove it too by the way. The highest rated new year's six game on your employers air by far was the cincinnati georgia game that means the game against north carolina and by the way eight. Mp team's gonna wind up at the top four right but you know it was that was a glorified exhibition. It did not rate the way cincinnati's game rating with georgia. It just didn't so imagine if that game was cincinnati were game. That mattered. That really matter. i dare say it would make a huge difference in the mindset of so many people as it relates to expansion of college football. Football's player

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"venables" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

04:28 min | 2 months ago

"venables" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"State will now play four of the top five. Vote getters in the heisman trophy this year in the playoffs. They will play devante smith. Trevor lawrence mack jones and nausea harris. Almost mirroring twenty fourteen. Run that we had against the three heisman finalists in three games in a row we played. Melvin gordon amari cooper and marcus. Mariota of note. Because there's i said it. I don't know six weeks ago four weeks ago. This is starting to be eerily similar to two thousand fourteen for me. And i'm not trying to predict a win for the buckeyes yet. I think this covert outbreak will be have a lot to do with their ability to stop. Slow down this offense. No there's no stopping but really cool kerry combs again has to defend all these frigging heisman trophy candidates and it's going to be interesting to see. What the buckeyes plan to limit devante smith and try to shut down the run game with nausea here is we'll be and i will definitely dive into that. What my thoughts are in the next episode. But i want to do i guess. Bring up the heisman fact of the day and also in the last thing before we get to the games don brown to arizona. Don brown has been named the d. coordinator for jed fish at arizona. Good for him. I guess landing on his feet one of the finest defensive coordinator in college football in the last five ten years but the weird thing is michigan never really officially announced his firing. He still listed on their site. Is the dc. So they're dc is now employed at two places. I guess but don brownlee zona of note to big ten fans. And i guess twelve fans those of you that listen. I'm sure there's not a ton of arizona wildcat fans but don brown d. coordinator zone. So looks like jed fish is building a pretty good staff. Which is the key to being successful had head coach but anyways all right all of that is out of the way. Let's talk about the buckeyes in the tigers. Ohio state clemson review. First of all in just some general thoughts we we witnessed the most dominant half a football. I've seen in a while by ohio state. In the first half it was insane. I mean they punted on the first drive and then rattled off. Five straight touchdown drives capping it off with the final three drives. Listen to this. Their final three drives were nine. Plays eighty four yards nine. Play seventy five yards. Twelve plays eighty yards. This was not some field position battle that they won. They drove the ball the length of the field and scored on what what we knew what i told you was not a great defense. What was even more shocking. Was how they stopped and limited. Clemson's offense i mean. The second quarter was flat. Dominant allows state scored three on their three. Drives was three for four on third down and was methodical. The entire quarter clemson only had three drives and came away with zero points in the second quarter..

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Chicago White Sox Claim Emilio Vargas, Add Three Others To 40-Man Roster

Anna Davlantes

00:13 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago White Sox Claim Emilio Vargas, Add Three Others To 40-Man Roster

"White Sox made a few moves today, They plain picture. Emilio Vargas, off of waivers from Arizona have also purchased the contracts of Jake Burger, Gavin Sheets and Tyler Johnson to add them to the 40 Man roster. Boston Red Sox have hired Will Venable as their bench coach. Manager. Alex

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"venables" Discussed on All Into Clemson Football Podcast

All Into Clemson Football Podcast

04:26 min | 4 months ago

"venables" Discussed on All Into Clemson Football Podcast

"No, no twenty four backup safety. My bought my apologies on the depth chart because I'm going brain dead. a Jalen Phillips. Jalen Phillips number twenty five had the interception sorry about that. Just had brain cramp in it happens. The whole Clemson team. So we'll forgive me forget for. Forgetting one guy yeah. So but Jay Phillips is a guy I think is every week he shows flashes of something he's going to do and when he gets it altogether I think he's just going to be outstanding but because and look at his hustle last week remember have breaks off the long run and he hustles and he gets them in. You know what happens they don't get any points out because he gets interception a couple of plays later to to kind of keep them from a points you when you see hustle plays like that, that just allows all the rest of the guys on the team to. Start working harder guys in front of him and behind him we're like, okay that guy's GonNa give that kind of effort every game that I need to make sure I'm giving that kind of. So Jaylen Phillips would be my guy on the defensive side. Yeah. That was such a great play because it was it was like the results were immediate. It wasn't he stopped the guy and then they gave up a field goal or it took them three or four place to stop the news literally the next play right them off, and that was a I love that I, mean that was such a great place. Absolutely. Okay. So let's Let's transition a little bit to Boston College here Indaba was asked after the Syracuse game. If he thought, you know if this next game against Boston College was a bit of a trap game right and he said, well, every game could be a trap game. You know I. It just depends on how you play so. And then I and I look over at Notre Dame and I see that Brian Kelly is saying that hey yeah. Maybe we're looking at or peak in a little bit ahead to Clemson and I mean I don't blame them and I wouldn't blaming clemson players for pecan ahead to notre dame either because let's let's be honest I. Am we're all looking forward to it and so d think maybe this you know this quote unquote close game with Syracuse sort of ensured that this. Tiger seem is really going to be focused on Boston College instead of looking ahead to the Irish not that they would be anyways I think the coach You know the coaching staff does a good job but do you think that really kind of Pique their interest to focus on Boston college this week yeah. I think part of there's a couple of things that happened last week Syracuse from one kept hearing how horrible they were all week long and I'm sure. Dino. Baber. told his players. He said Hey guys look we're fifty point underdog. Thinks, we have a chance people down Clinton wonder if we can even compete you know he's probably showing my stories to be honest with you. So, you know..

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Red Sox interview Urueta for managerial vacancy

WBZ Morning News

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

Red Sox interview Urueta for managerial vacancy

"Texas. The Red Sox are speaking with four more candidates for their vacant managerial job, reports say Diamondbacks bench coach Luis your ETA interviewed for a second time Twins bench coach Mike Bell Padres associate manager Skip Schumaker. Marlins bench coach Jamie Rosen all came in. Also the Red Sox plan to interview the Cubs Will Venable and the

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Avoiding the Next Pandemic

The World Nomads Podcast

05:00 min | 7 months ago

Avoiding the Next Pandemic

"Hi It's filled with you. Thanks for tuning in from wherever you get your favorite pod. Now, Phil Corona Virus and has what we've come to learn zoonotic origins. Am I not correct? Correct. Okay. So that's essentially a disease or infection that he's naturally transmissible from animals to humans. So in this episode as mentioned, we'll touch on the dog and cat. Mate, Chiding Southeast Asia and the risks to public hills, and we'll also chat with the CO founder of a business helping companies create experiences for tribal is that a more responsible and sustainable when it comes to animals in communities? We're all for that outweighed every day in Cambodia Indonesia and Vietnam pet dogs and cats US stolen which played. Take the slaughterhouses and Marcus where that killed international charity. Full pools says the dog and cat make trade consists of similar practices that have led to the likely covid nineteen from that market in China and Saas from the similar live market in two thousand and three. Yeah we'll. We'll speak to matt from full polls shortly but first Helen is the CO founder of antimony deal. Then came mission is to protect animals in tourism with ninety percent of travelers preferring a travel company, the tykes animal. Welfare. seriously. We've been going through a couple of years doing as. Genuine I who's the direct we work in animal welfare charities and we working out the born free foundation and Zen basically they're. Doing now I'm I work partnerships to charities and fundraising and he's not. An animal wealth at biologist and he. Stay together when we worked he was very much. A waste of approach from travel businesses to help any issues with animals in tourism because Amb, he animal welfare guidelines Sautin. If you've seen them, they're on. The global guidelines for Animal Welfare and tourism, and it was written with episodes. So the Association of British tour braces travel agents and has been really forever been involved in the area. So we set in the business of a couple of years ago, and we work with travel businesses around the world so that Struggle Associations Chore Rages, Nine Whatever It might be a. Guide on anything related to animals and. Communities in tourism. Alpha names linked. It can be anything like, for example, looking through product selections and helping them with So making sure that they choose experiences that are more responsible and sustainable when it comes to animals and communities rather than what you would know there's a lot of challenges where the Asian elephant camps, for example, huge issue. And I'll see fans in dolphins especially on black ish says, old is kind of big issues animals in tourism ignored he animals for examples in strays and? What we do raise we travel businesses Mokattam on product selection. Policy and Strategy Forum Animal Welfare and Tourism Sites says Paul Authentic, responsible tourism none date, we would focus on the animal side of it, and then alongside got say we growing network of charity? An amicable them that animal protection that. So that charity colonists around the world the Kiwi throw ready trusted. To, try and solve some of the biggest problems venables in tourism in their remits they might be tiny tiny charities and emery at helps us cover the protection of key species around the globe saying he just says more than one. Globe in key destinations and a nine where we're able then to match these charities businesses that we were at grass just most people. Especially in the Ol- bits way moving with will not travel companies. You do paypal lot convinced we WANNA do the right thing by animals. So that just wanted to be told is this something that I can do or not. Is. What old flip. Great always upset if. We work on a project that's bringing travel companies together attract she cool Guy elephant camps, one project which. In Asia because actually a lot of them are really just trying to do the right thing they really not sure what special for the elephants and the local people that are running them, and we created that problem is Western as going in and saying Oh. Let's you know China's into a holiday experience make knows of money, but it was very expensive. So now. It's In an elephant camp as. Many things. Black and white is not like a gray This you know few e can be in contact with an elephant no no. With the negatives rollover and they can kill you in a moment even area and there's all sorts of things that we don't know about as you rightly say travel businesses just when I was supporting them with that ray you're

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Washington - Girls Global Academy faces challenges opening its doors in middle of pandemic

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Washington - Girls Global Academy faces challenges opening its doors in middle of pandemic

"The pandemic is posing major challenges for one DC school that hoe oops opened its doors for the first time this fall this process has taken roughly ten years after all that work DC issued a charter to co founder Karen Venable Croft in twenty nineteen for global girls academy we will be applying to become an International Baccalaureate world school and our distinctive pathways are in engineering and business it's ninety students have never been in the school in Chinatown and are getting a virtual welcome to their teachers in classrooms is challenging I I cannot lie but we are going to open our doors to our families and give them the type of education that they're expecting us to provide Meghan clarity WTOP

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Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

"Morning after. LSU's national championship. Victory over Clemson We are still here in New Orleans. Bruce what what do you think will be your lasting image of the game you know. I don't I don't know I mean because it was a lot of thoughts going through my head just seon beyon- early on like when suicide next to me in the press box it felt like for the first couple of drives were not breath not much is going on but then Clemson at LSU backed up their territory. Lot Zero blitzing. They they definitely I think Brent Venables had the LSU offense the ants on its heels and then clemson started to go a little bit in Clemson's did some big plays and I don't know what point was seventeen seven or or something along the lines of that. I I think our colleague Ari Wasserman put out something that was like who covers Ohio state as if it's unclear We all know it's unclear whether this is just a blatant troll job or not. He's after watch. It was early in the game when he said watching these teens. I'm really to do tweets. It was another another one that was a reference to while. Lsu like they were fortunate that they got Oklahoma. 'cause they wouldn't have gotten through like your comes to blow out from Clemson. We saw this movie the last year against Alabama at remember thinking. This offense is GonNa get going where I didn't really expect. Stu was Trevor Lawrence his talented in his as gifted as he is looked more like a freshman last night for you on Monday night then he did last year against Alabama when he actually was a true freshman and Dan so to see that You know it was just like Whoa here at combs it was like an avalanche and it felt like this where I was going with that it felt like when we were sitting there watching it was like all right. Clemson feels like that dominated the first the first half but at one point it was like that controlled the first half and all of a sudden. Now they're down by one another so now they're like a deep hole and Lsu's getting the ball back. It was just think just felt like this thing was destined to happen. Yeah as I in the Lsu locker room and then went back and wrote Sept- sat down to write. It felt like just it was yet another game where Joe Jonesboro dominated and and was yet another. LSU blow out. And then as I kind of look back in my notes you realize Gosh I can hardly remember it now but this was the game was twenty eight to twenty five early in the third quarter after constant score a touchdown then clemson held LSU and it gets the ball back where the chance to take the lead. And I say that because by the time the game was over you would never remember it. was that close Because we saw yet another Sterling performance format from borough Jomar. Chase was unstoppable You know I wrote primarily about borough in my column from the game because I think what we just witnessed was without question region. The greatest season a college quarterback has ever had and to the point. Where you know you and I had podcast in the past where we talked about we debated Cam Cam? Newton's amazing season Vince young amazing season where they ranked in the in the Where they ranked his players right among all time? Great College players. Joe Borough rush like Cam. Newton is gonNA remember for just one season but Each through sixty touchdowns sixty and so oh just to put that in perspective that great Excuse me that great Vince. Young season he had thirty eight D.. Accounted for thirty eight rushing and passing touchdowns Ashdown's Tommie Frazier Ninety Five Nebraska. No that was a different era. He accounted for about two thousand yards of total offense. Borough when you put in his rushing six thousand yards of offense offense and they did it against a schedule that was so tough that when the final. AP poll came out Late Monday night. LSU had beaten five of the top eighteen which were pretty sure has never been done before it was And and and all and by the end you know. We're talking about things things here. That was see that if you had told me what an August that this would happen. I would say that's impossible. And yet he made it look so easy in these games that it certainly didn't impossible while you're watching it. It just seemed like Oh okay yet. Another game where the other defense. DB's can't stop these receivers and boroughs making all the right. Throws Rose is interesting. I spent a lot of the three days down here in New Orleans in the inside with Lsu and a lot of meetings in which just comes back to his hey we got number benign. It was like in there is talking about like any. NFL personnel person. Or anything like that but then there is Joe. Bureau was so much better than any other quarterback in the country because of how he operated this system are poised is how accurate. How great he is off script when the defense does something I don't know why feel compelled to touch on this but you know obviously you have this back and forth over the last. Probably Five Years About Cam Newton where he was the one thing I would. I'd say Cam Newton had nobody around him. You know the the only thing close to him as an NFL prospects even remotely was fairly on the other side of the ball. Joe Borough Roll. Had Mortiz went wild last night he actually had three drop passes well. Aj Terrell is considered to be a really good cornerback and and the poor guy gave up to fifty plus yard catches to chase in the first half. They eventually had to switch to a new to trying trying different DB On him. Well Oh I think what you were saying. I totally grew the greatest Offensive seem season. We've seen from a from a college quarterback but I would ask you this and haven't done enough research on it. You know their body work as a team matches up with anybody right and they. We beaten some some really good teams by double digits now to me and I I would argue that the Miami Ed Reed that team as the most talented team. The what I do think is like this team hasn't loaded with the level of. I think ridiculously future hall of fame kind of pro bowl guys. I mean we'll see I mean. Obviously the gap between Kendra. She was a really good quarterback and Joe Arrow is significant. But I would ask ask you. Is this the greatest offense you've ever seen in college yes. This was the greatest offense in college football. I was thinking trying to think of comparisons and to to to what you said. We've seen a lot of great offenses that like for instance. The chip Kelly Oregon offenses that took college football by storm in time. Seemed unstoppable. Darren Thomas was the quarterback right. It wasn't a guy who's going to be the number one pick in the draft maybe think about some of these Oklahoma offenses recently. Certainly certainly the ones with Baker Mayfield Cuyler Murray season those offenses were prolific. But in both cases they eventually ran into a team that was more talented than them and was able to at least neutralize it. Lsu I think an an order on his set it and I think it's true what we saw. This season was just the perfect storm and the perfect combination of the quarterback. The offense that job Brady brought in the play calling reis even Zinger and just this insane set of receivers and also Clyde. You know who you're right about. Oh my gosh. That guy is unbelievable. A tackle them last night. Just every everything that needed to lineup lined up. I think it was the thing that you know not to go too. Big on Clyde there because the numbers aren't like Numbers but I think the element of having thing like it is the pick your poison where somebody's going to go all right. We gotTA worry about twenty two more and then also the one who won the won the Belichick off award you know. He was considered the greatest receiver. ALGEBRA's true sophomore. I think it was like and then that gets to touchdown. That was the kind of flurry that I think that they're just capable capable of and I I don't want him to bring up Ohio state. I was like it did not feel to me as impressive. This clemson was last year. is the president. We thought they were Dabo. Sweeney talking about the lack of respect. If all season to me there was no doubt who is the better team after watching that it last

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

"Morning after. LSU's national championship. Victory over Clemson We are still here in New Orleans. Bruce what what do you think will be your lasting image of the game you know. I don't I don't know I mean because it was a lot of thoughts going through my head just seon beyon- early on like when suicide next to me in the press box it felt like for the first couple of drives were not breath not much is going on but then Clemson at LSU backed up their territory. Lot Zero blitzing. They they definitely I think Brent Venables had the LSU offense the ants on its heels and then clemson started to go a little bit in Clemson's did some big plays and I don't know what point was seventeen seven or or something along the lines of that. I I think our colleague Ari Wasserman put out something that was like who covers Ohio state as if it's unclear We all know it's unclear whether this is just a blatant troll job or not. He's after watch. It was early in the game when he said watching these teens. I'm really to do tweets. It was another another one that was a reference to while. Lsu like they were fortunate that they got Oklahoma. 'cause they wouldn't have gotten through like your comes to blow out from Clemson. We saw this movie the last year against Alabama at remember thinking. This offense is GonNa get going where I didn't really expect. Stu was Trevor Lawrence his talented in his as gifted as he is looked more like a freshman last night for you on Monday night then he did last year against Alabama when he actually was a true freshman and Dan so to see that You know it was just like Whoa here at combs it was like an avalanche and it felt like this where I was going with that it felt like when we were sitting there watching it was like all right. Clemson feels like that dominated the first the first half but at one point it was like that controlled the first half and all of a sudden. Now they're down by one another so now they're like a deep hole and Lsu's getting the ball back. It was just think just felt like this thing was destined to happen. Yeah as I in the Lsu locker room and then went back and wrote Sept- sat down to write. It felt like just it was yet another game where Joe Jonesboro dominated and and was yet another. LSU blow out. And then as I kind of look back in my notes you realize Gosh I can hardly remember it now but this was the game was twenty eight to twenty five early in the third quarter after constant score a touchdown then clemson held LSU and it gets the ball back where the chance to take the lead. And I say that because by the time the game was over you would never remember it. was that close Because we saw yet another Sterling performance format from borough Jomar. Chase was unstoppable You know I wrote primarily about borough in my column from the game because I think what we just witnessed was without question region. The greatest season a college quarterback has ever had and to the point. Where you know you and I had podcast in the past where we talked about we debated Cam Cam? Newton's amazing season Vince young amazing season where they ranked in the in the Where they ranked his players right among all time? Great College players. Joe Borough rush like Cam. Newton is gonNA remember for just one season but Each through sixty touchdowns sixty and so oh just to put that in perspective that great Excuse me that great Vince. Young season he had thirty eight D.. Accounted for thirty eight rushing and passing touchdowns Ashdown's Tommie Frazier Ninety Five Nebraska. No that was a different era. He accounted for about two thousand yards of total offense. Borough when you put in his rushing six thousand yards of offense offense and they did it against a schedule that was so tough that when the final. AP poll came out Late Monday night. LSU had beaten five of the top eighteen which were pretty sure has never been done before it was And and and all and by the end you know. We're talking about things things here. That was see that if you had told me what an August that this would happen. I would say that's impossible. And yet he made it look so easy in these games that it certainly didn't impossible while you're watching it. It just seemed like Oh okay yet. Another game where the other defense. DB's can't stop these receivers and boroughs making all the right. Throws Rose is interesting. I spent a lot of the three days down here in New Orleans in the inside with Lsu and a lot of meetings in which just comes back to his hey we got number benign. It was like in there is talking about like any. NFL personnel person. Or anything like that but then there is Joe. Bureau was so much better than any other quarterback in the country because of how he operated this system are poised is how accurate. How great he is off script when the defense does something I don't know why feel compelled to touch on this but you know obviously you have this back and forth over the last. Probably Five Years About Cam Newton where he was the one thing I would. I'd say Cam Newton had nobody around him. You know the the only thing close to him as an NFL prospects even remotely was fairly on the other side of the ball. Joe Borough Roll. Had Mortiz went wild last night he actually had three drop passes well. Aj Terrell is considered to be a really good cornerback and and the poor guy gave up to fifty plus yard catches to chase in the first half. They eventually had to switch to a new to trying trying different DB On him. Well Oh I think what you were saying. I totally grew the greatest Offensive seem season. We've seen from a from a college quarterback but I would ask you this and haven't done enough research on it. You know their body work as a team matches up with anybody right and they. We beaten some some really good teams by double digits now to me and I I would argue that the Miami Ed Reed that team as the most talented team. The what I do think is like this team hasn't loaded with the level of. I think ridiculously future hall of fame kind of pro bowl guys. I mean we'll see I mean. Obviously the gap between Kendra. She was a really good quarterback and Joe Arrow is significant. But I would ask ask you. Is this the greatest offense you've ever seen in college yes. This was the greatest offense in college football. I was thinking trying to think of comparisons and to to to what you said. We've seen a lot of great offenses that like for instance. The chip Kelly Oregon offenses that took college football by storm in time. Seemed unstoppable. Darren Thomas was the quarterback right. It wasn't a guy who's going to be the number one pick in the draft maybe think about some of these Oklahoma offenses recently. Certainly certainly the ones with Baker Mayfield Cuyler Murray season those offenses were prolific. But in both cases they eventually ran into a team that was more talented than them and was able to at least neutralize it. Lsu I think an an order on his set it and I think it's true what we saw. This season was just the perfect storm and the perfect combination of the quarterback. The offense that job Brady brought in the play calling reis even Zinger and just this insane set of receivers and also Clyde. You know who you're right about. Oh my gosh. That guy is unbelievable. A tackle them last night. Just every everything that needed to lineup lined up. I think it was the thing that you know not to go too. Big on Clyde there because the numbers aren't like Numbers but I think the element of having thing like it is the pick your poison where somebody's going to go all right. We gotTA worry about twenty two more and then also the one who won the won the Belichick off award you know. He was considered the greatest receiver. ALGEBRA's true sophomore. I think it was like and then that gets to touchdown. That was the kind of flurry that I think that they're just capable capable of and I I don't want him to bring up Ohio state. I was like it did not feel to me as impressive. This clemson was last year. is the president. We thought they were Dabo. Sweeney talking about the lack of respect. If all season to me there was no doubt who is the better team after watching that it last

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"venables" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"venables" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"That means that player. Your has to believe that you're coming in and you're going to make them better than anyone else in the world they have to. They have an expert an expert at that trade. If you're running back coach it's gotta be passed provisioned jump cuts second-level reads receiver. Coach has got to be releases. Top ends ball skills all of that and they have to walk out of that. I mean you have one shot at the first impression. They have to walk out of that first meeting first couple meetings and say Holy Holy Shit this is GonNa be awesome as Jeff Halfway digital. How state now? He was fortunate he was coming in on the heels of a really poor defense. That's easy that's when it's really easy if they suck before it's really easy to make them believe you're going to be the one to make them better. What's really really hard is to follow a great coach? Because you better be on your shit you better be really really really good because if you're even one percent less as good if you're one percent less competent as the guy who just left left they're going to see it and you're gonNA lose your room immediately so it's a fragile time. All these get new coaches get new coordinators get new new WHO staff members. It's critical because that's when it's really fragile and you look Jeff Halfway did it allows state Damon are net. Jeff Okuda all those guys. All they did was rave of about him because they felt like he was so competent and such a great leader that was going to develop them and they bought all the way in and look at the defense this year. That is the key to coaching by in. Because they know you're gonNA make them better. They'll do anything for you if you do anything you can ask them to do things things that no one else in the country is GonNa do. And they're going to do it because they think you're gonNA make them better. So that's what's going on right now. I also WanNa talk about recruiting because obviously the signing classes mostly done but I wanted to talk about his position coach. What that means? So this thing called unit management you are in charge of your unit right in every program is different but ultimately as a receiver coach. You're in charge of your room and it becomes like you're the CEO that room and you have to have charts and and really project out body types and positions and who could leave when they might leave who in the recruiting trail could be an improved replacement for them. Because what you don't want to do in. This is not a knock on this year for Brian Hartley because they signed the best class. I've ever seen it receiver. But you don't WanNa take five receivers or four received. That's so how many receivers to take if you're an old line coach. You don't WanNa take seven linemen because the reality is that sixth and seventh. Maybe even fifth sixth and Seventh Lineman. They're not going to be good enough or else they're not gonNA come with five other kids so you're really bring in kids that are not going to improve your football team. You WanNa be consistent instant. Maybe let's say let's say alignment you usually want fifteen sixteen right so on average you lose for you want to sign for every year and just keep replenishing that is great unit management management. Now what what can happen to disrupt that obviously guys can leave early for the NFL. Great problem to have guys can transfer. Maybe they don't they can't play got in trouble. Some form of attrition and so you have to plan for all of that it bit me in the ass one time. And it's because of the attrition. I didn't know it was coming. It was after the two thousand sixteen season we come off the heels getting our ass S. beat by Clemson and Noah Brown decided to leave early. That was my first. Oh Shit because he shouldn't have left early he actually. I actually think he made the right decision but he was not ready to leave early as my point he he did what he absolutely should have done. Hindsight Being Twenty Twenty Curtis Samuel leaves early. I thought that was going to happen. And then urban ran Outta town think three other receivers and all of a sudden. I thought I was losing a Who I thought I thought it was gonNA take two receivers in that class? Maybe three at the most and also I need to take like five. And it's like Holy Shit it's mid-january signing days in like three weeks and we have to go try to sign two more research. It was wild. So you'd expect the unexpected. That's for sure I was going to do it in this episode. Talk about the bowl season analysis. But I'M GONNA wait till after the national championship game though the rest of the ball season's done and I'm I'm Gonna I'M GONNA eat my words I'm Gonna I'm GonNa be unlike anyone else in. That has an audio media. Show I'M NOT GONNA call myself sports media fucking hate it but I'm going to be honest and I'm GonNa talk about my thoughts. preseason and my predictions and where I was wrong and why. Because that's that's what people don't do. They don't ever admit they're wrong. They just switched their take completely and then talk about. How has he sees the best conference in the country? It's like wait a minute a couple of months ago you said it was the ACC or whatever they don't ever have any integrity. So I will be full of integrity on the next episode next week when I talk about the conference. How played out what I think of the landscape of college football? I was going to do with this show but but I'm going to save it until after the national team ship but one thing I do WanNa talk about is there is a big discrepancy in the country right now and that is the West Coast and southwest first the big twelve and PAC twelve are so much worse than the big ten an SEC and the ACC is too but they at least they have clemson. And and I've been asked this a couple times by some people that are fans of Texas are fans of USC Oregon fans and the question is like what what are they had to do. And and the reality is the state of Texas and the State of California have as good a football players and as good a football as anyone in the country. Florida Georgia Ohio. You name it Pennsylvania. They do might be better. So what do they need to do. They need to recruit better. Why is Jacob Dobbins the running back in our state? Why Davis a guard at Ohio State? Wide Davis should be at USC or Oregon or Washington. winton Jacob Dobbin should be at Texas Texas am Shit Oklahoma. Oklahoma doesn't have a good back right. Now we saw that in the semi-final they have a decent back they don't have jk Dobbins Texas certainly doesn't then you look at all these players playing nationally. Why are they leaving California and Texas to go to Ohio State Alabama? Georgia why. That should never happen. I'm telling you this there's been what one or two kids out of the state eight of Ohio that have gone to a house state that should have in the last eight years they got to recruit better otherwise. It's going to be like this the SEC. We'll be king with the big ten challenging them and no one else will even be relevant the ACC certainly not unless Florida state can find a way to become relevant again and some I mean. Virginia Tech needs to become the old frank beamer Virginia Tech. You need some some some of those mid tier. ACC teams to pick it up. The North Carolina's Boston colleges. Maybe half we can get that done. Otherwise we're talking about a two conference race and the SEC has the edge and no one else is relevant. You might get a decent team every now and then Allah Oklahoma this year but you throw them in the mix with the best in the SEC. And the best in the the big ten and they get run out of town they gotta do better in recruiting and Oklahoma is the one that should I think they are. Lincoln Riley is just a matter. Kenneth Take that jump to become Alabama Ohio state can do that and if you want to talk about what is holding the big ten back right. Now there's two teams in my opinion that are holding the big ten back. Well the three things really one is mark Dantonio Michigan state have fallen completely off a cliff. They used to be nationally relevant. I mean should. They made the playoffs golf. One time they got blown out but at least they they were really good but Michigan Penn state need. Step the fuck up Jim Harbaugh. He's actually do something and save. Save all that bullshit about it's in Michigan is better now than it ever was. I don't give a shit Noah Tears Michigan needs to be nationally relevant and when they lose to Ohio. Oh state go. Still beat Alabama ballgame. But that didn't happen. That wouldn't even. That was a joke. Penn state needs to not. They need to have a eleven and one season and be in contention for the playoff and if they don't make it go smoke whoever they play in the bowl game. That's what the big ten needs. Ohio states the only one holding up their into the bargain right now for the Midwest and Notre Dame my God I know it's not the big ten but at least it's the Midwest football terrible every year every every year this year I watched them I was like I'm I'm trying to will it to existence. Speak it into existence. They're they're better. They're better no. They're not same. Same Notre Dame Saint. Brian Kelly. So I'm going to get into that more next episode. We're going to take a quick break and then let's let's dive into this Clemson. LSU Game so we'll be right back after this. Thank you for listening to Minnesota Sports. Our show is growing expanding. Exploding help us make it grow even faster and even more how glad you rest I. I'd like to follow on twitter and instagram. At Minister Sports Subscribe on whatever podcast platform. You listen to this on and please rate it rate the show give us five stars also after the show tweet out about the show. Let us know what you liked what. You didn't like what you think post on instagram. Use the Hashtag Best Football Analysis Alice's and tag us and it will retreat it. We also have a Patriot subscription service. I mentioned the beginning. The show that is getting that has been revamped and It's it's a really fun hobby for us right now. It's really fun platform. 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College World Series: Kumar Rocker, Vanderbilt force winner-take-all Game 3 vs. Michigan

SportsCenter AllNight

01:03 min | 1 year ago

College World Series: Kumar Rocker, Vanderbilt force winner-take-all Game 3 vs. Michigan

"Vanderbilt goes on to a four one win over michigan and game to the so the series the best of three series is tied at a game apiece vanderbilt the ninth team to force a decisive game three in the college world series finals after losing game one five of the previous eight won the title venables fifty eighth win this season for kumar rocker he's allowed one run in six in the third innings picks up his second win at the college world series it's four and they are a less than one forty four strikeouts in twenty eight innings pitched in the n._c._a._a. tournament Dominated through the postseason. Why is it that you play your best baseball in these situations? Team bags against the real the real. You got a chance to go play pro ball. You chose college. What have these moments meant to you? This is. Tomorrow. What is your team need to take a trophy? Ourselves

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Michigan, Vanderbilt And Kumar discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

SportsCenter AllNight

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Michigan, Vanderbilt And Kumar discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

"Baseball we will see a decisive game three game two for michigan vanderbilt was tight as a paralegal so we're some leg muscles slow He's. leggy he's wanting to first base he's grabbing than less leg that fought area keep an eye on logan back put those runners in motion which eliminated a possible double play the jordan looks like he's instant fame jordan logo injured at first base d. h. had michigan's walk off double in the win over illinois in the big ten tournament but he leaves this one in the third inning of what was still a scoreless game at that point the game would not stay scoreless This one is down the line and right. With some. Four nothing lead for that point. Seven bandy also taking advantage of wild pitches by Michigan push across a couple of runs, but four run lead would be plenty for Vanderbilt stud. Kumar rocker? kicks in extra right there and he got jimmy go up zone because respect for the fastball a slider back behind it the spot that you need a strike out on the mound rocker through his best fastball eating right there that had good carry stayed off and vanderbilt goes onto a four one win over michigan and game too so the series the best of three series is tied at a game apiece vanderbilt the ninth team to force a decisive game three in the college world series finals after losing game one five of the previews aid won the title venables fifty eighth win this season for kumar rocker he's allowed one run in six two third innings picks up his second win at the college world series four and that are a less than one forty four strikeouts in twenty eight innings pitched in the aa tournament dominated through the postseason why is it that you play your best baseball in these situations Whole team. I think when our bags against the real the

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"venables" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"venables" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And work off a lot of non verbal if you get distracted by cliff bar or something this is a really tough job. Like, I don't think you guys realized that he has to be looking for the officials on the sidelines. Yes. We looking down at the field. Yes. And no Hershon McVeigh's feed are at all time. And he needs to be aware of all surroundings and things that may come in contact with Sean while Sean is coaching on. Can we get this guy on as he like an intern or something else in I know, it's earn intern? He's the get back coach they come from being entered. I'm watching video right now Brad Venables because bread Venables a defensive coordinator for Clemson has his own personal get back coach, it's not Adam smother them. And that's Davos guy realize how funny it is that we can't pay these players, but we could pay all these coaches to protect the coaches, and they state troopers that run off the field with the coaches, we could pay them. Thing is such a stupid scam. I'm watching him. Now. I mean, this guy works hard. He really does. Beg doesn't stop moving. I mean watching this video of bread Venables snapping at his get back. Coach Brad Venables the reason why he is. He's not a head. Coach is obviously because he runs read all the time. All right. Do me. Do me this favor. Billy, Chris ROY Allison, I want a viewing and a voting from you guys. Mike is selling Clemson. I'm saying Joe, I'm being prisoner in the moment. I'm saying this Johnny come lately for the Rams is the best get back coach ever. I want you to watch videos on both of these guys. And you guys tell me who's better because I'm tired of Mike slip. One thing that we can agree on common ground, the key to success, either pro or college is the get back coach these teams, they do it the best whether it's college or pro and they're at the top does Bella check have get back coach because everyone in the league is. Oh, but here's the thing. You know? That's it's funny that you should say that though. Because Bella Jack does have I don't know what this guy's name is. But he's got some mystery coach who sort of an oracle who's wandering around whose name nobody knows. But he has like a lot of power in the facility because he's got the era of the oracle. And people are wondering like what does he do? How does he get paid? And he just sort of, you know, then dissolves into a cloudy mist and leaves the room. Give me some information on that, dude. Because it's funny like they've got these coaches like embedded in their in their staffs. We have no idea what they do. Ted wrath is the name of the get back for the Rams, and he's pulling double duty, Dan. He's a director of strength and training. Also, always the strength coach. Yeah. Well, same for Clemson. In fact, Brent Venables his get back coaches, the assistant to smother men on the poll, Guillermo, please at lebatardshow does the get back coach half the beat the strength and conditioning coach because everyone knows that story that McKay told us about the med tech coming in and arguing with him about John McCain. Dick cheney. Oh, man. That's a big fine. That's a big fun. I gotta get back to that by dollars. America's mccain. Ernie Adams is the patriots guy. You know? It's funny. I've seen them there forever. And did not realize that until you said, it's I mean, he's just always lurking around he runs the patriots. Essentially, according to Dan Shaughnessy. It's like a Bill Belichick mentor. I watched both these videos, I'm leaning the Rams guy because he's more. He caresses the side of the hips more the guy from Clemson like grabs the shirt, he probably stretches the shirt out yet. And I lean Rams guy..

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"venables" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"venables" Discussed on OnEducation

"Welcome back to the pod ties. Twenty eighteen is happening in a couple of weeks. And that's what we're gonna talk about. Now, December eighth to eleven right online. Yeah. In minneapolis. Minnesota minnesota. Totally seventy miles for me. So I'm punked Bergen, how about that. You barely even have to travel or you're going to go home. Are you going home in the night to remember? I'm running to podcast. Preview here those things. No, I wouldn't. Anyway, I usually we have events that happened throughout every just get history. So it's very similar to so. Yeah. So talk about ties. So what is it? Where is it? Who's who's speaking the big the big keynotes, whatever tell us a little bit about what's going on. So traditionally it's a conference that is basically I referred to it as kind of the biggest conference in our area. So I would say like the Minnesota Wisconsin the Dakotas Iowa area. And it has actually been happening or going on for a believe more than twenty five years. Not execture the the number in I should know it because I just answered a trivia question about it the other day, but it's so it's it's they're the leaders in basically at tech and the people that. Ties is able to bring in the speakers are just what a phenomenal group of people. So it starts off with free conference. Just like, you know, any kind of bigger conferences and on Saturday. There's a keynote with Cornell writ. She's a super dynamic speaker. She actually spoke as keynote speaker last year with us, and then she does this kind of luncheon thing. So she does kind of a luncheon keynote speech, and then you can go at hat in have one on one conversations with their by her book. Just an amazing thing. Super awesome speaker than on Sunday. Again, this is before the coverage is stars as the pre-conference. We have another keynote speaker, and it's Jennifer CASA Todd, and again, another huge name as far as education, and she's actually in your area. Mike choosing she's on face. He's Canadian yet. And she has all kinds of amazing certifications and just a great. Ad tech leader. And that's just the pre-conference. So just leading up to the start of the conference which starts on Monday. We have some great writers. Dang, cool. And so so you're you are attending with some. I assume with a group you're bringing like a group of people from our school districts, usually bring it we try to bring our make sure we bring some teachers that are interested or just that, you know, want experience this kind of conference or go to specific things to get inspired. Because that's really what happens. I think you go to sessions. Yeah. Like, I'm gonna throw out a name right now. That's been on the pod, sir. Thomas is actually going to be at the conference. And Sarah's running ascension, for example on game if occasion and just one of the many sessions that she's running what an awesome opportunity. You know, we talked about how thorough Sarah listens to the pod. But you don't like top at is the absurdity where become so overwhelming just to even attend the session. You know, what I mean, Mike where they get filled up super-quick a name like Sarah Thomas, you're like how could it couldn't even get into the thing at ties? That's the reason why I love ties is that there's a big sessions, but you can get in. You know, what I mean, there's no clear you outta gas station. Space people literally close, doors view, you're you're outside. But no, I love that part of it that you can go and see basically who I consider to be head of the digital leaders. We had George Chiro Sierra few years ago, and I actually sat down with him. And when when another to give it a shout out to Angie caught off, and we just had a conversation about game of thrones and education in general. I mean that that stuff doesn't feel like it happens very easily, you know, at a place like is see, but at this place. It's all relax and the participants in the speakers are are in the same spaces. So it's super cool. Love it. Nice. What other sessions are you into? What are what are you? What are you planning on going to or what what's your jam?.

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"venables" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"venables" Discussed on OnEducation

"Other I was thinking about his I've had lots of positive feedback from teachers who are able to great on an ipad, for example at school g and be able to use like just even a spineless. But imagine what this pencil, Mike. It's so accurate and so easy to be able to use it so subtle like subtle nodes. Whatever might be to be able to give that feedback to students. It feels like the merging of old tech basically paper pencil. But now you have the ability to there's something that's amazing about writing instead of typing too. So there is still that connection to being able to just do that writing and drawing, and and and do those kinds of things. And if you're if you're if you have lovely handwriting, which a lot of teachers do I don't, but I mean, I know that. Our teachers that that right really really my wife, for example again. You know, this is this is great because now you can really right. The way that you write instead of looking like garbage on your ipad and stuff like that. So yes, super cool air show. This will share this blog posts because it's what we've been we've talked about this before. And you know, you remind it is it's it's a legit thing. I feel I feel vindicated a little so so our friends at school Adji announced school g next two thousand nineteen this week, which is pretty exciting. Yes. And it's going to happen in Florida. I think it happened in Florida two years ago is that right? Yeah. I didn't go to that one in either. I think it happened in Miami. But this is in Boca Raton, which is just north of Miami might as well be in Miami. Yeah. That's super awesome. I I heard that the site is amazing. They haven't announced this specific site. But I heard it's amazing. And I mean who doesn't want to go to Florida like us. Right. Exactly a pretty excited. It's so this is. Yeah. Boca's in the Fort Lauderdale area, which I think is just north of Miami. I don't I've never been to Florida. So I don't know it super, well, obviously, we're going January though in January. And so schools you next Boca Raton. In in what July July it was night nine. There was early in July instead of just literally like a week after itchy and then run. A little bit after the fourth of July. I know it's going to be back to back. We're going to be busy. It's on support. I'm going to be exhausted. So so that's exciting. It'll be nice to be somewhere. Nice nice and hot. And and obviously really excited. A you know, if you're not a member of the school community in any way, if you've never used it. I know that there are sponsor, but Clinton I have actually our school Aji users. Yes. And and you should really check it out like give it a shot yet. Totally and engage yourself in that community because it's not just a really good learning management system. But the teachers using it actively in that are engaged in like PL ends on especially on Twitter are some of the coolest people. Yes, that I know. Yeah. Seriously, they're and they're willing to help share work together collaboratively and the community itself. I mean, even if you're just a free user. You can get so much out of it just because the unity is so active. That's that's I think what separates for a lot of other learning management systems. And because I community is so awesome. That makes the conference. Oh, really awesome. Yes. Like we had last year was a blast. At absolute riot. The entire time was so much fun. We learned a lot. But like it was it was just a hoot like we had such a great time. So. We're looking forward to to this this coming up, and and we'll hopefully be doing it would be really cool to do like a legit live show in a room kind of thing with a live audience and stuff like that will have to talk to those guys. Yes, we do. Especially considering we're going to be coming off of doing. I think we're doing that. Exact same thing at St.. Yes, we are. So or at least we're working on it. So we'll we'll have been in that mode and have it practiced at least it again. Right. So when we come back, we're gonna talk about another conference..

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"venables" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"venables" Discussed on OnEducation

"These apps, especially from these textbook companies and whatnot. And you have one hundred dollar device that is being used ninety two percent of all teachers use that were surveyed in this use it weekly. Yes. Seventy one percent or using their apple pencil every single day. It's awesome. I feel like that's pretty convincing. I mean. That's a good value. You're you're getting you're getting your money out of it. Pe- people are using these things, and it's not a waste of money and be and it is because it is so good, and it the hype Israel like it. It is a really good solid device. I love how they were talking about like as I used for notably. Yes. When I when I used it a lot it was to to right anecdotal notes. I walk around the room with my ipad. I take a picture of something on someone's screen or whatever. And then I write a little note underneath it. And I find that. That's where this kind of thing in the classroom is really shining. And I think that that's probably where a lot of teachers are using it is to to like you said be in the middle of the room instead of the front and be walking around your classroom. Watching your students helping them talking to them engaging with them in what they're doing an writing down things. So that you're an active participant in there like in the evaluation and not just someone who receives a tester or an assignment at the end of a term or unit, and you know, Markson, and then you're you're on the way. Yes, you know, being able to write in Donal notes and being able to write them, well and legible and this is useful. Like, my wife uses anecdotal notes a lot. Yes. Like, this is her right? It's her thing. And I actually got like a lot of my ideas and habits about doing that from her. And and she showed me, you know, how she uses notably. And I think that you know, being able to do that with this and the Ming able to share that with the parents, which is what I thought was really cool. So you do a parent teacher meeting and you pull up their file in notable. And you say look at all this. I have all these notes, and we can go over these. No, it's this is a, you know, a daily representation or a weekly representation of what your child is doing in my room, and and they can read them too because you can write better. And to be honest. I think that makes a difference. I think that that's important, right? Oh, big time. Big time. Yup. And then I I haven't two things that I thought were great about this article in again, we're going to be sharing it. But one part they actually tested out that Logitech crayon, and it's thirty dollars cheaper. And they said because it wasn't pressure sensitive. We've talked about the when you when you hold this pencil in your hand you actually at writing with it. You will know what we're talking about. Because it didn't have that precious. Sensitively they sent that's not even worth it will just pay the extra thirty dollars. So that's how much of a difference that made I was like, oh, that's that's an important thing notes. So if you're going to go with the logic crown understand that it doesn't have that precious hesitancy, and then the.

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"venables" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"venables" Discussed on OnEducation

"Where pre Google Facebook connected. These social media, right? Pre the dawning of the dawn of video games, you know, and. Yohn? It's really wild to think, you know, when we're retired. And I don't know what you're going to do. I'm going to golf. You know, when we're gonna when we're when we're retired. And we're sitting around, you know, in our fifties and sixties and seventies or whatever. And you know, there's going to be people walking around on Mars and doing a whole bunch of crazy stuff. It's going to be such a weird different life than the life. We lived. I was trying to explain to are my students, you know, before I left about the lie. I don't know if you had this in in your library, especially in my high school library. They had all the cue cards with where the books were sure. In like a few Aisling the card catalog. That's something that you never like you hardly see anymore because it's just you. Deitz right. The kids were like, what is this nonsense? Why would you have them all on cards? Hilarious example of how different the world is from when we were growing ever do research, Mike where you had to use the microfiche machine. You know, what that in its right? And then encyclopedia. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Exactly. Yes. It'd be up to look up old news articles. And you look them under the weird, right? Lied thing that you had to collect a little slice of project. Jack. Kinda weird thing. Yeah. And you put your head into it. Yeah. That's that's been sane tech. There. Oh, it's like you literally can like the the repository of all human knowledge is on Google a lot of. Yes. Pretty interesting stuff. Speaking of. I mean, this is an interesting, but you saw this article, and I actually went and looking for today. I knew you tweeted about it. Yeah. And I'll tell you I've been saying this for years about the talking about the apple pencil pencil. The hype is real people. The hype is real. Yes. I I I hate the idea that I'm so like nuts over something. That is so damn expensive for what you think. It is. Yeah. Right. Especially compared to like the other stuff. I think what gives it a bad rap in terms of its price is that there are so many cheap. Terrible stylus that you just get in swag bags at conferences and are sitting in giant bowls on table. Nls at conferences in in booths and stuff like that labeled and branded and all of this nonsense. Right. The apple pencil and the surface. And I am happy to put like the surface Penn the Microsoft equivalent, and the the Samsung thing it's called the SPN. I'm happy to at least moderately put those in the same bucket. I've never used those. I've only I've only used the SPN. Now the apple pencil is is absolutely better than those other two, but they're all kind of kind of close to equal. But man, oh, man. This this article will post it in the show notes is about how teachers are using the apple pencil in. It's changing the way they use ipads, because of the things that they can do with it that they weren't able to do before the best example was their ability to walk around the classroom and take really good notes. Now when you could take notes before, but you know, they might not be legible, you know, stylists repairable. And and but now you can like write some really solid notes. Well, holding your ipad in one hand. And especially if you have like a min, I guess you can't use the pencil with a mini, but hold your ipad, easy, and write notes like a like a tablet. You would like you would use. And now you're able to to do some really interesting things draw diagrams draw diagrams and tons of cool stuff. You know what I mean? Yeah. No. And I wanna give a shout out to Dave is admitted he is in Minnetonka public schools appear in Minnesota, and who wrote this article and Minnetonka as kind of is been a tech leader, not just administrative. But in the United States is far as. The use of ipads, were one of the first schools in basically opens up their school every single year to any anybody on the outside world, including parents, but especially other educators from other schools in they have you do basically instead of doing a conference, you know, they they have their school open, and you can go into specific types of classroom. So.

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"venables" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"venables" Discussed on OnEducation

"In there. Welcome to on education. I Mike Washburn. And I'm Glen urban friends. We have an awesome pod for you today. We're gonna talk about masses latest mission to Mars about how -absolutely awesome the apple pencil is and about not one, but two conferences ties twenty eighteen coming up and school, gene next this summer. Do you? Do you follow space stuff? I'd followed this specific thing because it was obviously, a national headline international headline. I guess would be. Yeah. Do you follow like, SpaceX, launches and stuff? Like that. That really I mean, I'm a giant space nerd, I love space stuff. I love the like the falcon heavy launch was one of the coolest things like it was up there with some of the coolest stuff that I've ever seen on like live TV or livestream like with that guy jumping out of the have we talked with the guy jumping out of the balloon in space and stuff like that. You remember what I'm talking about though? Right. The yes. Yeah. But this is so this insight thing is there. It's another Rover. It's funny. How people are taught. I love the Twitter memes about like how people like ignore climate science and stuff like that. And these scientists they're landing a device on a dime on another planet. Basically. Yes, let's let's them about climate change. Kind of that kind of stuff is funny. But yes, so this is a really cool mission. They're gonna they're gonna dig into the ground, and there's a size monitor size ometer, so ometer something like that on it to track like tremors and plate tectonics and stuff like that. And it's really cool. It's really cool. So they just published their first got their first pictures one with like the lens filter still on it. So UNC L like the dust and whatnot and the and then when the filter was taken off, and they could see like it's on the ground and stuff like that. Landing. These things is really hard a like magin super combo because we'll because Mars doesn't have an atmosphere while it has an atmosphere, but it's nowhere close like the gravity isn't anywhere close to like earth's gravity. So you can't just use a parachute to to slow yourself down. You have to you have to use some sort of like reverse propulsion to to to do like a burn landing. So that sort of thing almost like the the the falcon nine rockets when they when they land, right? You see them like, you know, burning slowdown the they have to do that with this too. So I mean, it's pretty intense. And but it has enough of an atmosphere that it's still needs a heat shield. So. Things. Oh, yeah. Oh, it's pretty complex stuff. It's it's amazing. It's amazing. The things we can do. I know there's lots of crap and terrible things going on in the world. But man, oh, man we live in a wild. Unbelievable. Pretty amazing time. It's it is like for humanity. It is our lifetime are yours. And is life span is like such a weird time because I think our kids are gonna grow up in like a completely different existence in world, but we're living in like we lived in the middle of that..

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"venables" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"venables" Discussed on Championship Drive

"I called you about about how how tough it went for coaches to one way. He leaned me mild as a yeah. Yeah. I do. But you know, Bob stoops nailed it. He. Did it the right way? And I don't think he would have done it at that time. If he wasn't serious about it. And I think Auburn fans are boosters whoever they are who are just so insistent on about driving. This Gus bus out the door are just silly silly. Stoops's last game was by the way. Last game Bob soups coached Sugar Bowl win over Auburn. Good call. Yeah. Well, there are many interesting fascinating facets to the Auburn fan base. In one is that they a lot of times don't know how to leave. Well, enough alone. Gus malzahn. I mean, you have to go all the way back to twenty seventeen the last time he won an SEC championship for division championship. And and yet. Because his offensive line graduated in because one of the best teams of all time as across the state. They're mad so. I don't know. I don't know. Let's let's not go down that road. Very far. Brent Venables Clemson defensive coordinator said he is not interested in Texas Tech opening his name had come up Venables. Of course spent a longtime time at Oklahoma as Bob stoops's defensive coordinator. He's was a Kansas state before that he's got a long history in that part of the world, but he's also has a sign on the Clemson football team. So he's not interested in the Texas Tech job. Not a big surprise air bread. No. When you're making two million dollars a year to be a coordinator you can afford to be very picky in choosing your head coaching opportunity. If you even want to become a head coach, and maybe Venables does maybe he doesn't I know that you know, two plus million dollars a year living in Clemson, South Carolina. That's yeah. That's a comfortable way of life. So I wouldn't be looking to big money. Yeah. It is. And so. Yeah. I don't I don't think while I'm not saying you can't win at Texas Tech. It just depends on how you define winning. How you define winning how high of a level of winning are we talking about? And if you're if you mean competing for national championships, I don't think you're going to do that at Texas Tech. And if that's what Brent Venables is waiting for assuming he wants to be a head coach. Then I think he's right to pass on this opportunity. Tomorrow's podcast. Tomorrow's campus conversation podcast will be the annual coaching carousel special. Ryan McGee Adam written Bergen crisslow will break all of this down into detail for your listening enjoyment. We are going to move very fastly to Heather's neck of the woods. And that is the fact that the college football playoff selection committee is meeting in Texas and will release its ratings tonight. Head of is there's a real Kirk involved. In the ratings given the teams that we're all speculating about. Can you explain that for us? Please. Sure, the recusals policy requires that. Ohio State athletic director, gene Smith, Oklahoma athletic director, Joe Castiglione and former Virginia Tech coach Frank beamer whose son Shane is an assistant coach with Oklahoma this year all leaves the room for discussions and voting about of highest state and Oklahoma. So if you see the not that leaves ten selection committee members in the room who will be essentially determining the top four without them. And I spoke with CFP executive director Bill Hancock about this on Sunday. And he did confirm that they will also be recused even longer if need be so that they don't have any input on where those respective programs on on who they might play in the semi finals. So it's not just their teams that they can't vote on. They can't vote on you know, if Alabama because if Alabama number one is playing number four or or Clemson or. State. They're out of the mix for all of it. Because they don't want any any perceived bias that those men would influence who those teams would play as well. And they did that with Dan rather kovic at Clemson for the I think at at least the past two years went beyond the recusals policy..

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"venables" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"venables" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Focus on free agent or hope for key pieces through the draft, any names to keep an eye on that could be a difference maker Ono Mattie hard, good. Turn off the microphone of walkaway for half an hour. I'll be back. All right. I think we're approaching our or at an hour already take it should Matthew hours so perfect. Try to keep it if you guys more draft questions, please send them in. I have been watching college football, relentlessly, I will gladly go on and on about the draft for the upcoming year, so please send them in Kent. Let's talk about them. All right, I would start. I would offer Venables divas of coordinated for Clemson, whatever. He wants to come up to the NFL level and defensive coat or defensive coordinator. So that's the first thing we're making. We're changing the scheme. We're going with the four, three. I know we talked a little bit about how you can't do it in season. I think Venables defenses, close enough to a hybrid defense that you could get away with making that change through the draft and maybe one free agent signing going into next year. I wouldn't too much about free agency other than bring it. Like I said, maybe one other guy that play a will linebacker role if you don't want to spend a high draft pick on it since we need stuff somewhere else does that have to be a study just somebody that could really run and cover and less you think Daniel can be it and pay Venables got him to play great Clemson. So you might already have your guy there too. When you're going into the draft at all the pens on what you do with Ford, I'm in favor of bringing them back. I think Mike Smith has been fantastic for Ford. I think he loves a d. four. I think four loves him. I don't think it's a contract you thing. I think he just finally. Coach that understands how to coach him or coach in general. So I'd bring back Ford that you have an edge rusher then you're firstly picks in the draft. You're definitely looking at an edge rusher for me. Probably an interior defensive linemen because the draft class is loaded, ending, a defensive back of some level. I would look more toward safety because I'm not sure what Eric Boes future is, and it seems like average Horner's could work for Venables system, but I'd be fine either way, no names yet. I'll save that. So you guys ask me specific questions about players to keep kitten, Craig, happy. First of all, I am one hundred percent on board with VIN Ables. I was looking tears, but yeah, I'm I'm weigh in on that. I think that that is a slam dunk hire. You don't even need to come into my mentioned, asking me about it. It's a yes I am on board with nine in him. I think that they do definitely need to target another edge player. I'm not certain that Briones beaks is going to be an edge player yet. I need to see more before. I believe that Mike Smith, as as Matt said is been a fantastic addition to the to the Outside Linebackers room there. He's getting the most out of deformed. Maybe he can get something out of breathe speaks, but I would love to add a guy a very stacked edge defender class. Also in a very stacked in interior defensive linemen class. I to look and safety, but I think corners more. Of a priority now just because of the depth there and the guys that they have aren't able to really get on the field much. Now, granted the chiefs corners have been a better part of their defense, but they're not really getting much time out of their young guys. I think they need a few more guys there and they have to have another coverage linebacker..

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"venables" Discussed on Important If True

Important If True

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"venables" Discussed on Important If True

"Peter deal the other on i that was set is because you have rewinding this sort of grows or accentuated nice to me what was the seventeenth second behind version it says to me threes what is this route fifty episodes venables work visit appropriate with all the questions this is the most or with courtesy of like a self folding version of this we neither had comic book editor who can be in the carnival asterix is telling you which of the previous forty nine episodes yahoo fucking lose episode way to y'all schiedel laurel lord here i've i i just i fear there is so much i fear is laura lowers our isn't my brain started turned her now into a lord of editor dude as el al evidence the l l bean for sure which which or or well eamon warlord beam arkansas it's a this has ruined me fifty episode youtube you were never supposed uv the you were hevert supposed that if the episodes report through hang up now let's take a break okay anyway that's my aboard if through oh c a low of hillary lord horror to beam its is urged a welldressed vaguely outdoorsy bad who knows everything about important herro right drives sort of like an old like tastefully old agc sharing lear salvia wrangler ya great guy lord lord el al as i column ll bean he israel i quieter than it or another phone call back.

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"venables" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"venables" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Much about that apparently so just a lot of crazy things but where it sits now i think tennessee's in better shape now than they were two weeks ago they just got to higher this head coach ripe all right so let's talk about where is at the moment we know full members in new york probably back tomorrow he's been talking to candidates you know the names as well as we do wh where is it i think it's kevin steeler brent venables from clemson kevin steals a defensive coordinator at all burning you know he's fifty nine years old will you look at his resume paul this guy's coached under five hall of fame coaches tom osborne two tours under nick sabin obviously now gus meld less miles he's coach with him as well coach were the carolina panthers when they were in ups there this is a very qualified guy i think a very steady hand played it tennessee and a tennessee guide i could see being very good fit whereas venables another guy extremely qualified never been head coach you wonder why you'll hasn't moved around a whole lot you know he's a bob stoops guy and of course a bill snyder guy and now devil sweeney guy he's forty six a little bit younger and so you wonder about these two guys how would they mix in with john chaveas be a part of the staff with either one team martin i mean these are key names for tendency is tennessee tries to get a little bit of that tradition in history more more importantly than anything else some of that success backed that they used to have kevin steele grew up in in south carolina believe me he actually started it firm and then he transferred do a tendency played a couple of years there under under johnny majors but it does it does matter i presume to philip former the.

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"venables" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"venables" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Venables asked later in the show i cannot remember the first time amanda scott tease was on the show talking about her company chicago detours muslim in shortly after you started as i can't believe it seven years ago yeah it must sharon and a half years yeah there's probably like playing lab then maybe that we first talked what was your initial philosophy for starting this you would be in kind of in that business in italy and who came back to chicago and if if my know alzheimer's adult brain doesn't remember everything just hit now it tolder rafael as regards oh good yeah and you came here to start this and they're warned that many tour companies in chicago rang alarm what was your fully guiding philosophy them well i'm has changed i felt like i was i was just the nia merged with chicago and i felt like all the tourism that was around was very much here the highlights here's the rich and famous that the story of the city is just through that legends that architecture is comprised of dates in names and fancy terminology to meet people field dumb you know and i just felt like it was in the way that i wanna travel and from were being worked over an eta leader i got so much exposure to different kinds of tour guides that we would have local guides in different ways that made them grade as far as being storytellers and educators and ensure we would see highlights kinds of things there but i just felt like wow chicago is so many stories the tell that nobody's telling i mean like you know there was there were no it was just tours of highlights in you know on a bus and passively be taken around and i felt like you know people who i know one to experience the city on a different level and the you know now uh the internet is changing things so that people are already very informed the n and they don't need a hop on hop off bus kind of thing per se and i just felt like there would be a really good a market of people and i didn't realize it was going to be such a huge and growing movement and travel actually short term remembering your philosophy you when we started this venture which cold chicago detours and a.

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"venables" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"venables" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Paul and and he said yes the it and i think he was very proud of it uh and this corner to an award now that certainly you look at some of the coaches around the country uh it's a way to recognize what the assistant coach means whether you're a a guy like john uh chaveas it adam or 'upandcoming guy like like enron and tom herman who'd been the last winter brent venables at clemson so i just really cool that we're able to now remember that legacy of coast roles and there's uncanny ability to to pick assistants and mold them and you're listening to jerry jones it is uh you know hall of fame speech and barry switzer all those guys were so employment a by the personality uh of coast rules i am thinking about his life david as you have many many times uh i i was struck by the many influences in i i don't think i mentioned it in that peace but he was he was also uh an executive the at augusta national he played a role on the television presentation says so many years and in from that to television was key to the ad to that of any forget his football coaching career but i know i know there are there's noone in arkansas who has forgotten that aspect of it especially that national championship well you know in the '60s ball they were you know it was alabama arkansas in texas where the dominant teams of that era and again you know you got frank bull saul something in arkansas paul he solve potential.

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"venables" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"venables" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Paul and and he said yes the it and i think he was very proud of it uh and this corner to an award now that certainly you look at some of the coaches around the country uh it's a way to recognize what the assistant coach means whether you're a a guy like john uh chaveas it adam or upper income and guy like can roundly and tom herman who've been the last winter brent venables at clemson so i just really cool that we're able to now remember that you know legacy of coast rules and there's uncanny ability to pick assistance and mold them and you're listening to jerry jones it is uh you know hall of fame speech and barry switzer all those guys were so employment a by the personality uh of coast rules i in in thinking about his life david as you have many many times i was struck by the many influences in i i don't think i mentioned it in that peace but he was he was also a an executive the at augusta national he played a role on the television presentation says so many years and in a from that to television was key to the ad to that of any forget his football coaching career but i know i know there are there's noone in arkansas who has forgotten that aspect of it especially that national championship well you know in the '60s ball they were you know it was alabama arkansas in texas where the dominant teams of that era and again you you know you got frank bull saul something in arkansas fall he solved potential.

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"venables" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"venables" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Venables one of those teams mad they're going to they they will steal a couple up you hm are ruining three i'ma go eight michael sebeih's ahead of most of the pattern here sees me jason picks game better than what spencer to yet i athletic were for florida he did we were actually mirrors were mirror images here but that's fine i think that makes our math or capello yardley i think what we've decided as someone has to win this division with three losses yup filled doesn't really matter who is yep um my goal for georgia have more games where jacob beasant just throws the damn bow there were see one two three four five six games last year where jacob eason threw the ball at least thirty times thirty is not crazy number thirty is not like oh shit were running the air raid here and some of these games were otit we need to throw the ball because were in trouble and we come back and be misery or we need to lose as we mentioned to vanderbilt or we need to come back and barely be kentucky like this is a real this is a real stat line in the win against south carolina last year jacob easson five star all count all you know high school everything quarterback went five of seventeen for twenty nine yards that's in a win that's flocked up do don't do that up all us up also now i hate that shed like you've got this you you've got this do he has running backs who you know will draw attention let him throw the talking ball these are running backs who can catch the ball to you had a good tight end just like just try it please because otherwise we are staring down the the birth of yet another nick sabin.

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