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Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2357: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 36 - OU v WVU and Texas v TCU Preview

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 51:01


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 36- This is the thirty sixth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma. Kevin brings the hot takes in this episode, JT Daniels is apparently the number 1 draft pick next spring and Nick Saban is officially on the hot seat.  John sits stunned at all this.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 36 - OU v WVU and Texas v TCU Preview

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 51:01


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 36- This is the thirty sixth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma. Kevin brings the hot takes in this episode, JT Daniels is apparently the number 1 draft pick next spring and Nick Saban is officially on the hot seat.  John sits stunned at all this.

SEN Breakfast
Sam and Kingy discuss Luke Beveridge's contract talks (11.11.22)

SEN Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 17:18


The boys put their assessment on Bevo as a coach and how they think the Dogs should handle his re-signing, your calls, and more.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2314: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 35 - OU falls to Baylor - Texas beats K-State

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 48:29


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 35- This is the thirty fifth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma. John has to explain how some dude named Sqwirl with a knee brace and 456 total yards before Saturday ran for 192 on the Sooners.  Kevin gets to describe #5 Bijan Robinson's best games as a Longhorn.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 35 - OU falls to Baylor - Texas beats K-State

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 48:30


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 35- This is the thirty fifth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma. John has to explain how some dude named Sqwirl with a knee brace and 456 total yards before Saturday ran for 192 on the Sooners.  Kevin gets to describe #5 Bijan Robinson's best games as a Longhorn.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2301: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 34 - OU v Baylor and Texas v K-State Preview

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 50:56


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 34- This is the thirty fourth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma. John gets triggered over Lincoln Riley missing the Baylor press conference last year.  Kevin brings his customary insight to a great week of games.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 34 - OU v Baylor and Texas v K-State Preview

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 50:56


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 34- This is the thirty fourth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma. John gets triggered over Lincoln Riley missing the Baylor press conference last year.  Kevin brings his customary insight to a great week of games.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2260: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 33 - OU beats Iowa State 27-13

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 38:58


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 33- This is the thirty third episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma. Kevin delivers a strong bye week performance, John reiterates his continued love for Eric Gray!

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 33 - OU beats Iowa State 27-13

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 38:58


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 33- This is the thirty third episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma. Kevin delivers a strong bye week performance, John reiterates his continued love for Eric Gray!

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 32 - OU v Iowa State Preview

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 48:40


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 32- This is the thirty second episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  Kevin gets to enjoy the relaxing feeling of a bye week in fall.  John has to face the fact that OU is heading to Ames Iowa and that Iowa St has had OU's number for the last several years.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2244: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 32 - OU v Iowa State Preview

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 48:40


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 32- This is the thirty second episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  Kevin gets to enjoy the relaxing feeling of a bye week in fall.  John has to face the fact that OU is heading to Ames Iowa and that Iowa St has had OU's number for the last several years. Plus they talk about Jimbo Fisher and his buyout at Texas A&M

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2205: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 31 - Texas loses to OSU

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 47:07


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 31- This is the thirtieth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  Run the damn ball Sark!!!  And in positive news OU continues its unbeaten streak, thank goodness for bye weeks.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 31 - Texas loses to OSU

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 47:07


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 31- This is the thirty first episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  Run the damn ball Sark!!!  And in positive news OU continues its unbeaten streak, thank goodness for bye weeks.

The Daily Texan Podcasts
Bevo Beats: Noteworthy A Cappella

The Daily Texan Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 7:17


This episode of Bevo Beats features Noteworthy, a competitive coed a cappella group at the University of Texas. Listen to members' stories about exploring creativity and establishing long-term friendships within collegiate a cappella. Reported and produced by Tamara Rodriguez.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 30 - Texas v OSU Preview

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 45:57


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 30- This is the thirtieth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John basks in the relaxation of a bye week following a win.  Kevin breaks down the Longhorns match up against the OSU Cowboys.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2194: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 30 - Texas v OSU Preview

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 45:57


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 30- This is the thirtieth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John basks in the relaxation of a bye week following a win.  Kevin breaks down the Longhorns match up against the OSU Cowboys.

Stories Inside the Man Cave
The Pass Rush with Stevie Lee, Installment #9

Stories Inside the Man Cave

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 45:24


Episode 191: The Pass Rush with Stevie, Installment #9.Brought to you by Hargrove Roofing: "Know who's on your roof"Stevie made a solid point, Texas didn't play thier best game but still found a way to beat Iowa State (who had defeated Texas 3 consecutive times). Stevie recalls facing adversity on the road in Stillwater, Oklahoma as a player for Texas. And, his takes on J-Whitt's love for Bevo.Please take a moment to follow, like, or subscribe to each of our social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and Vimeo.Support the showPlease like and follow each of Stories Inside the Man Cave Podcast social media links on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and Tik Tok.

The Sounding Board
S7 Ep 37 - A Fly Under the Radar Kinda Guy

The Sounding Board

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 50:44


Join Craig Hutchison and Damian Barrett for S7 Ep 37This show is proudly supported by Drinkwise - if you're choosing to drink, choose to drinkwise. 0.0 – Follow up on Mini Damo Dutton's Guy. Did he pull strings for Damo's wedding?4.30 – Spud Frawley loved to do an ego check. We've lost count of the I's in Damo's chat with Max Becker. Off the charts.6.20 – RMIT Fact Check – update. There's now a Fact Lab collaboration with Cross Check.10.20 – V'Landy's and The Everest and how it's changed racing.15.00 – The launch of new betting outlet Betr – may have already breached advertising laws.17.20 – Anthony Hudson leaves SEN.20.30 – The sacking of Brett Ratten from St Kilda. Cal Twomey broke a great story.29.30 – Hutchy and Damo roleplay the coaching scenario at St Kilda. Bevo or Lyon?36.00- Discussion of the Father / Son Rule.41.00 – The Diamonds and issues surrounding their new sponsorship deal with Hancock Prospecting. Do athletes have the right to push back on sponsorship?Question of the Week for Drinkwise. To send Hutchy and Damo a question jump on Twitter or Facebook or email thesoundingboard@sen.com.auThe Sounding Board is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2152: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 29 - Sooners Bounce Back, Horns Survive

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 35:12


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 29- This is the twenty ninth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  OU wins! Texas Wins! Bama loses! USC loses!  Kevin and John love college football!

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 29 - Sooners Bounce Back, Horns Survive

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 35:13


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 29- This is the twenty ninth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  OU wins! Texas Wins! Bama loses! USC loses!  Kevin and John love college football!

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2139: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 28 - Will The Sooners Bounce Back? Is Texas For Real?

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 51:52


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 28- This is the twenty eighth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma. Is Texas over confident after their huge win against Oklahoma?  Does Oklahoma have any chance to beat a surprising Kansas team? Kevin and John answer all.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 28 - Will The Sooners Bounce Back? Is Texas For Real?

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 51:53


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 28- This is the twenty eighth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma. Is Texas over confident after their huge win against Oklahoma?  Does Oklahoma have any chance to beat a surprising Kansas team? Kevin and John answer all.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2104: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 27 - Red River Shootout Recap

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 49:26


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 27- This is the twenty seventh episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John and Kevin recap the a$$ whipping that Texas put on Oklahoma.  John continually tries to end the podcast as Kevin brings it, especially in the 2nd half of the episode.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 27 - Red River Shootout Recap

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 49:27


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 27- This is the twenty seventh episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John and Kevin recap the a$$ whipping that Texas put on Oklahoma.  John continually tries to end the podcast as Kevin brings it, especially in the 2nd half of the episode.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2095: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 26 - Red River Shootout Week - Part 5!

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 24:26


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 26- This is the twenty sixth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John and Kevin preview the week in College Football and make their Red River Shootout predictions.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2092: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 25 - Red River Shootout Week - Part 4!

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 23:07


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 25- This is the twenty fifth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John and Kevin break down the news that Quinn Ewers is likely to start for Texas.  Dillon Gabriel and Billy Bowman's injury status is the biggest question facing the OU Sooners, well that and OU's two consecutive losses.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 26 - Red River Shootout Week - Part 5!

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 24:26


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 26- This is the twenty sixth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John and Kevin preview the week in College Football and make their Red River Shootout predictions.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 24 - Red River Shootout Week - Part 3

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 24:23


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 24- This is the twenty fourth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John explains the origins of his hatred for the University of Texas.  Kevin deals with being a favorite for the first time since 2009 and is having a hard time with the burden of expectations.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 25 - Red River Shootout Week - Part 4!

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 23:07


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 25- This is the twenty fifth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John and Kevin break down the news that Quinn Ewers is likely to start for Texas.  Dillon Gabriel and Billy Bowman's injury status is the biggest question facing the OU Sooners, well that and OU's two consecutive losses.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2082: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 24 - Red River Shootout Week - Part 3

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 24:22


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 24- This is the twenty fourth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John explains the origins of his hatred for the University of Texas.  Kevin deals with being a favorite for the first time since 2009 and is having a hard time with the burden of expectations.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 23 - Red River Shootout Week - Part 2!

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 21:01


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 23- This is the twenty third episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John gives his pick under duress. OU 31- TX 21. Kevin remains supremely calm and it is driving John insane.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2069: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 23 - Red River Shootout Week - Part 2!

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 21:00


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 23- This is the twenty third episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John gives his pick under duress. OU 31- TX 21. Kevin remains supremely calm and it is driving John insane.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2056: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 22 - Red River Shootout Week Part 1!

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 19:31


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 22- This is the twenty second episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  Texas fan is confident and expecting a win.  Sooner fan is less than confident and needs a BV pep talk to face the rest of this week.

SEN Breakfast
New Bulldog Liam Jones joins Garry and Tim (5.10.22)

SEN Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 4:23


The boys discussed his new opportunity in the AFL, first call with Bevo, and more.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 22 - Red River Shootout Week Part 1!

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 19:32


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 21- This is the twenty first episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  Texas gets an efficient win against WVU.  Their biggest issue heading to Norman will be choosing between two good options at QB.  Coming out of the worst loss by an OU team in years, uncertainty abounds on who will play QB against Texas and does OU even have a shot at beating a very beatable Texas team.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2048: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 21 - OU Loses to TCU - Texas Bounces Back

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 49:05


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 21- This is the twenty first episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  Texas gets an efficient win against WVU.  Their biggest issue heading to Norman will be choosing between two good options at QB.  Coming out of the worst loss by an OU team in years, uncertainty abounds on who will play QB against Texas and does OU even have a shot at beating a very beatable Texas team.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 21 - OU Loses to TCU - Texas Bounces Back

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 49:06


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 21- This is the twenty first episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  Texas gets an efficient win against WVU.  Their biggest issue heading to Norman will be choosing between two good options at QB.  Coming out of the worst loss by an OU team in years, uncertainty abounds on who will play QB against Texas and does OU even have a shot at beating a very beatable Texas team.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 20 - #HickstoNorman debacle and TCU and WVU

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 45:09


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 20- This is the nineteenth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John laments ever joining Twitter and the debacle that was #HickstoNorman. Kevin is slowly realizing Sark is likely who we thought he was.  And yet all this is just a prelude to the greatest week in sports, next week is the Red River Rivalry!

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2029: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 20 - #HickstoNorman debacle and TCU and WVU

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 45:08


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 20- This is the nineteenth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John laments ever joining Twitter and the debacle that was #HickstoNorman. Kevin is slowly realizing Sark is likely who we thought he was.  And yet all this is just a prelude to the greatest week in sports, next week is the Red River Rivalry!

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 1999: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 19 - Part 1 - Texas loses to Texas Tech

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 34:08


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 19 Part 1- This is the nineteenth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John reviews the five stages of grief in response to the losses by OU and UT.  Kevin is forced to relive the Texas Tech loss in excruciating detail.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 2000: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 19 - Part 2 - OU loses to K-State

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 30:45


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 19 Part 2- This is the nineteenth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John gets fired up discussing the loss by OU to K-State.  He literally (no, really) had to go take a second dose of his blood pressure after taping this episode.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 19 - Part 1 - Texas loses to Texas Tech

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 34:08


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 19 Part 1- This is the nineteenth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John reviews the five stages of grief in response to the losses by OU and UT.  Kevin is forced to relive the Texas Tech loss in excruciating detail.

The Boomer Bevo Podcast
Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 19 - Part 2 - OU loses to K-State

The Boomer Bevo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 30:46


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 19 Part 2- This is the nineteenth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  John gets fired up discussing the loss by OU to K-State.  He literally (no, really) had to go take a second dose of his blood pressure after taping this episode.

Sportstalk1400's Podcast
Episode 1982: Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 18 - Bring on the Big 12!

Sportstalk1400's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 43:46


Boomer Bevo Podcast - Episode 18- This is the eighteenth episode of the only podcast dedicated to the greatest rivalry in college football, The University of Texas and The University of Oklahoma.  Kevin in his attempt to be professional has the sun set on him as his screen fades to black, yet he maintains rock solid analysis and brings the Boomer Bevo talk for which has made him popular!

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Wednesday, September 21st, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 17:19


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Wednesday, September 21st, 2022. Happy hump day everyone! Let’s start today’s show, with a little on this day in history! On this day in history, September 21st, 1776 Nathan Hale, spied on British for American rebels, arrested September 21st, 1780 Benedict Arnold gives British Major John André plans to West Point September 21st, 1784 Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser becomes the 1st successful daily newspaper in the United States 1823 Moroni first appears to Joseph Smith, according to Smith 1827 According to Joseph Smith Jr., the angel Moroni gave him a record of gold plates, one-third of which Joseph translated into The Book of Mormon 1937 J. R. R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' is published by George Allen and Unwin in London 1938 British politician Winston Churchill condemns Germany's Adolf Hitler's annexation of Czechoslovakia 1944 Operation Market Garden: Last British paratroopers at Arnhem Bridge surrender after several days of fighting 1970 "Monday Night Football" created by Roone Arledge, premieres on ABC - Browns 31, Jets 21 And that was, on this day in history for September 21st. FLF Magazine: We are on a mission to make magazines great again. So, subscribe to our Fight Laugh Feast magazine. This is a quarterly mini-book like experience, packed full of a variety of authors that includes theologically-driven cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled throughout the glossy pages, and more. Sign your church up, sign your grumpy uncle up, and while you are at it…sign up the Pope, Elon Musks, and Russel Moore. Disclaimer: This magazine will guarantee various responses and CrossPolitic is not held liable for any of them. Reading the whole magazine may cause theological maturation, possibly encourage your kids to take the Lord’s Supper with you, and will likely cause you to randomly chuckle in joy at God’s wondrous world. Sign up today! Four issues and $60 per year, that is it. Go to fightlaughfeast.com right now to sign up!. https://thenationalpulse.com/2022/09/20/study-finds-mask-made-no-difference-in-classrooms/ Study Reveals Masking Kids In School Made ‘No Significant Difference’ In Stopping COVID Spread. The use of face masks in classrooms made “no significant difference” in COVID-19 infection rates, according to a new study. A cohort of researchers from several universities and hospitals in Spain came to the conclusion by analyzing COVID-19 transmission rates, age, and the mandated use of face masks in classrooms across the region of Catalonia. The study – “Unravelling the Role of the Mandatory use of Face Covering Masks for the Control of SARS-CoV-2 in Schools: a Quasi-Experimental Study Nested in a Population-Based Cohort in Catalonia (Spain)” – compiled data from 1,907 schools with a total of 599,314 pupils during the first term of the 2021 academic year. It was included in August’s edition of the peer-reviewed journal Archives of Disease in Childhood, which is a part of the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Group. Though COVID-19 variants such as Omicron occurred outside of the timeframe of the study, researchers maintain it is “unlikely that the effectiveness of the mask mandate measure will increase with a more transmissible variant.” “We analysed routinely collected health data to compare the incidence of SARS-CoV-2, secondary attack rates and the effective reproductive number among school children, comparing those without mandatory face covering masks (FCM) and those with FCM during the first term of the school year 2021–2022, to assess the effect of FCM mandates on SARS-CoV-2 transmission within schools,” explains a summary of the work. Researchers focused on comparing children in the last year of preschool (P5) and the first year of primary education, as the younger group had no face mask mandate, whereas the older group did. “The main findings of the study show no significant differences for children in the last grade of preschool (P5) and the first year of primary education in COVID-19 transmission indicators during the study period, despite their difference in FCM mandate and the strong age dependency of transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in schools,” explained researchers. “In conclusion, FCM mandates in schools showed no significant differences in terms of transmission. Conversely, we found that age is a key component explaining transmission in children,” summarized researchers. The Spanish case study follows additional studies demonstrating the failed efficacy of face masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19, even exacerbating the spread of the virus in certain demographics. https://www.theepochtimes.com/study-americans-own-more-than-415-million-firearms_4737834.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Study: Americans Own More Than 415 Million Firearms Americans now own more than 415 million firearms, according to Georgetown professor William English. This was a key finding of the National Firearms Survey that was conducted last year by Denver-based research firm Centiment at the request of English, a professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. English is a political economist interested in ethics, education, and public policy. The survey, which is part of a larger book project, is reportedly the largest ever undertaken regarding U.S. gun owners. The survey was administered to about 54,000 U.S. residents aged 18 and older, focusing on 16,708 gun owners who were provided with in-depth questions about their ownership and use of firearms, including defensive uses. The purpose of the survey was to “shed some light from a social-scientific view on the reality of how guns are used and owned in America today,” English said during a Sept. 11 podcast produced by The Reload, a publication focused on the policies and politics surrounding firearms. “And the attempt was to make it the largest survey of gun owners yet done, particularly so that we can get statistically informative information in all 50 states. Probably the last survey of this scope was done back in 1994 … but it’s now more than a quarter century old,” he said. English teased the findings of the survey in a May 18 summary on an academic website called Social Science Research Network but updated the summary on Sept. 13 to add the 415 million figure for gun ownership. Because the U.S. Census Bureau now estimates the U.S. population to be 333 million people, the 415 million figure means that there are now about 1.25 firearms for every person living in the United States. Of those 415 million firearms, Americans own about 171 million handguns, 146 million rifles, and 98 million shotguns, according to the update. About 39 million individuals, or 48 percent of gun owners, have owned magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds. Some jurisdictions regulate magazine capacity. The newly released information helps to put facts that English previously released from the study into a broader context. The study found that the United States has an overall rate of adult firearm ownership of 31.9 percent, which suggests that more than 81.4 million Americans aged 18 years and older own firearms. The average gun owner owns about five firearms, and handguns are the most common type of firearm owned, the summary states. Among gun owners, 57.8 percent are male and 42.2 percent are female. About 34.3 percent of whites own firearms, compared to 28.3 percent of Hispanics, 25.4 percent of blacks, and 19.4 percent of Asians, according to the summary. Nearly a third of gun owners, or 31.1 percent, reported in the survey that they have used a gun to defend themselves or their property, often more than once. The report summary estimated that firearms are used defensively by their owners in about 1.67 million incidents each year. Handguns are used in 65.9 percent of defensive incidents, although in most such incidents no shot was fired. About a quarter (25.2 percent) of defensive incidents took place inside the gun owner’s home, and a little more than half (53.9 percent) happened outside their home but on their property. Almost one in 10 (9.1 percent) of defensive gun uses took place in public and about one out of 30 (3.2 percent) took place at work, according to the summary. The report comes after a landmark Supreme Court ruling on June 23 finding for the first time that there’s a constitutional right to carry firearms in public for self-defense. The court also found that gun regulations must be deeply rooted in U.S. history if they’re to survive constitutional scrutiny, prompting a raft of new lawsuits across the country challenging gun control measures. Applications for gun permits in states that require them have been rising following the court decision. President Joe Biden is pushing for a federal ban on so-called assault weapons after Congress approved new gun control measures in June, including financial incentives to encourage the enactment of state-level red-flag gun confiscation laws. The research paper also comes as major credit card companies, at the behest of gun control activists, are implementing what critics characterize as backdoor gun control. The International Organization for Standardization recently announced that one of its subcommittees had decided to create a new merchant category code for firearms, which were previously under the general merchandise category. Critics say the policy change will make it easier for governments both to track and discourage firearms purchases and could lay the groundwork for a national gun registry. Accountable2You Is your smartphone a tool in the service of Christ, or a minefield of distractions and temptations? With soul-killing seductions just a few taps away, our families and churches must embrace biblical accountability on our digital devices. Accountable2You makes transparency easy on all your family's devices, by sharing app usage and detailed browsing history—including "Incognito" mode—with your spouse, parent, or chosen accountability partner. Accountable2You helps your family to proactively guard against temptation, so you can live with integrity for God's glory! Learn more and try it for free at Accountable2You.com/FLF https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2022/09/18/dumb-asphalt-biden-starts-handing-out-grants-to-rid-us-of-racist-highways-n1630343 Biden Starts Handing Out Grants to Rid Us of Racist Highways Joe Biden has now officially taken his overcompensation for being an old white guy to the next level by handing out the first federal grants to dismantle our nation’s racist highways. That is not a typo. Rather than devoting federal resources to improving our national infrastructure, Biden is wasting millions to address the problem of “racist roads.” What makes a road racist? I’m just the messenger here, but according to MSNBC, so-called “racist roads” being targeted by Biden were “designed to facilitate white flight and deprive black communities of housing and commercial opportunities.” Fellow white dude Pete Buttigieg, who occasionally makes appearances pretending to be the Transportation Secretary, confirmed that $104.6 million in federal funds from last year’s bipartisan infrastructure bill will be used to dismantle Interstate 375 in Detroit. “This stretch of I-375 cuts like a gash through the neighborhood, one of many examples I have seen in communities across the country where a piece of infrastructure has become a barrier,” Buttigieg told the Associated Press. “With these funds, we’re now partnering with the state and the community to transform it into a road that will connect rather than divide.” https://www.foxnews.com/media/don-lemon-roasted-royal-expert-answer-britain-paying-reparations-ready And now this! Don Lemon schooled by Royals expert on the topic of Britain paying ‘reparations’ British royals expert Hilary Fordwich stunned CNN anchor Don Lemon into silence with her argument that African slave owners owe "reparations" rather than the British Empire, in a viral clip from CNN’s coverage of the death of the queen. Conservatives on Twitter found the clip hilarious, as it depicted Lemon getting swift pushback for trying to promote the narrative that the British crown owes reparations for slavery. https://twitter.com/i/status/1572145367512190978 - Play Video Observers noted Lemon meekly switching topics without protest after Fordwich’s unexpected response And now… it’s time for my favorite topic, sports! Fan Arrested After Attempting to Jump into Pit with Texas Longhorn Mascot ‘Bevo’ https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/09/19/watch-fan-arrested-after-attempting-to-jump-into-pit-with-texas-longhorn-mascot-bevo/ Few things are less advisable than jumping into a pit with a 1500-plus pound Texas Longhorn. But, then again, mix passionate fandom with eleventy bottles of beer, and ill-advised decisions will ensue. This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Wednesday, September 21st, 2022. Happy hump day everyone! Let’s start today’s show, with a little on this day in history! On this day in history, September 21st, 1776 Nathan Hale, spied on British for American rebels, arrested September 21st, 1780 Benedict Arnold gives British Major John André plans to West Point September 21st, 1784 Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser becomes the 1st successful daily newspaper in the United States 1823 Moroni first appears to Joseph Smith, according to Smith 1827 According to Joseph Smith Jr., the angel Moroni gave him a record of gold plates, one-third of which Joseph translated into The Book of Mormon 1937 J. R. R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' is published by George Allen and Unwin in London 1938 British politician Winston Churchill condemns Germany's Adolf Hitler's annexation of Czechoslovakia 1944 Operation Market Garden: Last British paratroopers at Arnhem Bridge surrender after several days of fighting 1970 "Monday Night Football" created by Roone Arledge, premieres on ABC - Browns 31, Jets 21 And that was, on this day in history for September 21st. FLF Magazine: We are on a mission to make magazines great again. So, subscribe to our Fight Laugh Feast magazine. This is a quarterly mini-book like experience, packed full of a variety of authors that includes theologically-driven cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled throughout the glossy pages, and more. Sign your church up, sign your grumpy uncle up, and while you are at it…sign up the Pope, Elon Musks, and Russel Moore. Disclaimer: This magazine will guarantee various responses and CrossPolitic is not held liable for any of them. Reading the whole magazine may cause theological maturation, possibly encourage your kids to take the Lord’s Supper with you, and will likely cause you to randomly chuckle in joy at God’s wondrous world. Sign up today! Four issues and $60 per year, that is it. Go to fightlaughfeast.com right now to sign up!. https://thenationalpulse.com/2022/09/20/study-finds-mask-made-no-difference-in-classrooms/ Study Reveals Masking Kids In School Made ‘No Significant Difference’ In Stopping COVID Spread. The use of face masks in classrooms made “no significant difference” in COVID-19 infection rates, according to a new study. A cohort of researchers from several universities and hospitals in Spain came to the conclusion by analyzing COVID-19 transmission rates, age, and the mandated use of face masks in classrooms across the region of Catalonia. The study – “Unravelling the Role of the Mandatory use of Face Covering Masks for the Control of SARS-CoV-2 in Schools: a Quasi-Experimental Study Nested in a Population-Based Cohort in Catalonia (Spain)” – compiled data from 1,907 schools with a total of 599,314 pupils during the first term of the 2021 academic year. It was included in August’s edition of the peer-reviewed journal Archives of Disease in Childhood, which is a part of the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Group. Though COVID-19 variants such as Omicron occurred outside of the timeframe of the study, researchers maintain it is “unlikely that the effectiveness of the mask mandate measure will increase with a more transmissible variant.” “We analysed routinely collected health data to compare the incidence of SARS-CoV-2, secondary attack rates and the effective reproductive number among school children, comparing those without mandatory face covering masks (FCM) and those with FCM during the first term of the school year 2021–2022, to assess the effect of FCM mandates on SARS-CoV-2 transmission within schools,” explains a summary of the work. Researchers focused on comparing children in the last year of preschool (P5) and the first year of primary education, as the younger group had no face mask mandate, whereas the older group did. “The main findings of the study show no significant differences for children in the last grade of preschool (P5) and the first year of primary education in COVID-19 transmission indicators during the study period, despite their difference in FCM mandate and the strong age dependency of transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in schools,” explained researchers. “In conclusion, FCM mandates in schools showed no significant differences in terms of transmission. Conversely, we found that age is a key component explaining transmission in children,” summarized researchers. The Spanish case study follows additional studies demonstrating the failed efficacy of face masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19, even exacerbating the spread of the virus in certain demographics. https://www.theepochtimes.com/study-americans-own-more-than-415-million-firearms_4737834.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Study: Americans Own More Than 415 Million Firearms Americans now own more than 415 million firearms, according to Georgetown professor William English. This was a key finding of the National Firearms Survey that was conducted last year by Denver-based research firm Centiment at the request of English, a professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. English is a political economist interested in ethics, education, and public policy. The survey, which is part of a larger book project, is reportedly the largest ever undertaken regarding U.S. gun owners. The survey was administered to about 54,000 U.S. residents aged 18 and older, focusing on 16,708 gun owners who were provided with in-depth questions about their ownership and use of firearms, including defensive uses. The purpose of the survey was to “shed some light from a social-scientific view on the reality of how guns are used and owned in America today,” English said during a Sept. 11 podcast produced by The Reload, a publication focused on the policies and politics surrounding firearms. “And the attempt was to make it the largest survey of gun owners yet done, particularly so that we can get statistically informative information in all 50 states. Probably the last survey of this scope was done back in 1994 … but it’s now more than a quarter century old,” he said. English teased the findings of the survey in a May 18 summary on an academic website called Social Science Research Network but updated the summary on Sept. 13 to add the 415 million figure for gun ownership. Because the U.S. Census Bureau now estimates the U.S. population to be 333 million people, the 415 million figure means that there are now about 1.25 firearms for every person living in the United States. Of those 415 million firearms, Americans own about 171 million handguns, 146 million rifles, and 98 million shotguns, according to the update. About 39 million individuals, or 48 percent of gun owners, have owned magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds. Some jurisdictions regulate magazine capacity. The newly released information helps to put facts that English previously released from the study into a broader context. The study found that the United States has an overall rate of adult firearm ownership of 31.9 percent, which suggests that more than 81.4 million Americans aged 18 years and older own firearms. The average gun owner owns about five firearms, and handguns are the most common type of firearm owned, the summary states. Among gun owners, 57.8 percent are male and 42.2 percent are female. About 34.3 percent of whites own firearms, compared to 28.3 percent of Hispanics, 25.4 percent of blacks, and 19.4 percent of Asians, according to the summary. Nearly a third of gun owners, or 31.1 percent, reported in the survey that they have used a gun to defend themselves or their property, often more than once. The report summary estimated that firearms are used defensively by their owners in about 1.67 million incidents each year. Handguns are used in 65.9 percent of defensive incidents, although in most such incidents no shot was fired. About a quarter (25.2 percent) of defensive incidents took place inside the gun owner’s home, and a little more than half (53.9 percent) happened outside their home but on their property. Almost one in 10 (9.1 percent) of defensive gun uses took place in public and about one out of 30 (3.2 percent) took place at work, according to the summary. The report comes after a landmark Supreme Court ruling on June 23 finding for the first time that there’s a constitutional right to carry firearms in public for self-defense. The court also found that gun regulations must be deeply rooted in U.S. history if they’re to survive constitutional scrutiny, prompting a raft of new lawsuits across the country challenging gun control measures. Applications for gun permits in states that require them have been rising following the court decision. President Joe Biden is pushing for a federal ban on so-called assault weapons after Congress approved new gun control measures in June, including financial incentives to encourage the enactment of state-level red-flag gun confiscation laws. The research paper also comes as major credit card companies, at the behest of gun control activists, are implementing what critics characterize as backdoor gun control. The International Organization for Standardization recently announced that one of its subcommittees had decided to create a new merchant category code for firearms, which were previously under the general merchandise category. Critics say the policy change will make it easier for governments both to track and discourage firearms purchases and could lay the groundwork for a national gun registry. Accountable2You Is your smartphone a tool in the service of Christ, or a minefield of distractions and temptations? With soul-killing seductions just a few taps away, our families and churches must embrace biblical accountability on our digital devices. Accountable2You makes transparency easy on all your family's devices, by sharing app usage and detailed browsing history—including "Incognito" mode—with your spouse, parent, or chosen accountability partner. Accountable2You helps your family to proactively guard against temptation, so you can live with integrity for God's glory! Learn more and try it for free at Accountable2You.com/FLF https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2022/09/18/dumb-asphalt-biden-starts-handing-out-grants-to-rid-us-of-racist-highways-n1630343 Biden Starts Handing Out Grants to Rid Us of Racist Highways Joe Biden has now officially taken his overcompensation for being an old white guy to the next level by handing out the first federal grants to dismantle our nation’s racist highways. That is not a typo. Rather than devoting federal resources to improving our national infrastructure, Biden is wasting millions to address the problem of “racist roads.” What makes a road racist? I’m just the messenger here, but according to MSNBC, so-called “racist roads” being targeted by Biden were “designed to facilitate white flight and deprive black communities of housing and commercial opportunities.” Fellow white dude Pete Buttigieg, who occasionally makes appearances pretending to be the Transportation Secretary, confirmed that $104.6 million in federal funds from last year’s bipartisan infrastructure bill will be used to dismantle Interstate 375 in Detroit. “This stretch of I-375 cuts like a gash through the neighborhood, one of many examples I have seen in communities across the country where a piece of infrastructure has become a barrier,” Buttigieg told the Associated Press. “With these funds, we’re now partnering with the state and the community to transform it into a road that will connect rather than divide.” https://www.foxnews.com/media/don-lemon-roasted-royal-expert-answer-britain-paying-reparations-ready And now this! Don Lemon schooled by Royals expert on the topic of Britain paying ‘reparations’ British royals expert Hilary Fordwich stunned CNN anchor Don Lemon into silence with her argument that African slave owners owe "reparations" rather than the British Empire, in a viral clip from CNN’s coverage of the death of the queen. Conservatives on Twitter found the clip hilarious, as it depicted Lemon getting swift pushback for trying to promote the narrative that the British crown owes reparations for slavery. https://twitter.com/i/status/1572145367512190978 - Play Video Observers noted Lemon meekly switching topics without protest after Fordwich’s unexpected response And now… it’s time for my favorite topic, sports! Fan Arrested After Attempting to Jump into Pit with Texas Longhorn Mascot ‘Bevo’ https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/09/19/watch-fan-arrested-after-attempting-to-jump-into-pit-with-texas-longhorn-mascot-bevo/ Few things are less advisable than jumping into a pit with a 1500-plus pound Texas Longhorn. But, then again, mix passionate fandom with eleventy bottles of beer, and ill-advised decisions will ensue. Such was the case at the Texas-UTSA game on Saturday when a fan attempted to jump into the pit with the University of Texas’s mascot, Bevo. The mascot’s handlers tried to wave the fan off but to no avail. Thankfully, a Texas DPS officer intervened and prevented the fan from getting himself killed. It’s unclear what the fan’s intentions were, but it’s pretty clear what Bevo’s intentions would have been if he had felt the slightest bit threatened. The last time Bevo felt an unwelcome presence, it nearly cost “UGA,” the Georgia Bulldog mascot, his life. https://twitter.com/i/status/1546151851346874370 - Play Video Now don’t worry folks, Georgia’s mascot, UGA the bulldog was just fine, and you can find the link to these videos in the show notes. But the point stands, don’t mess with Texas… This has been your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked today’s show, go ahead and click that share button down below. If you want to sign up for a club membership, sign up for our conference with that club discount, and then sign up for our FLF magazine, you can do all of that at fightlaughfeast.com. And as always, if you want to email me a news story, ask about our conference, or sign on as a corporate partner for CrossPolitic, email me, at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic News, I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless. Such was the case at the Texas-UTSA game on Saturday when a fan attempted to jump into the pit with the University of Texas’s mascot, Bevo. The mascot’s handlers tried to wave the fan off but to no avail. Thankfully, a Texas DPS officer intervened and prevented the fan from getting himself killed. It’s unclear what the fan’s intentions were, but it’s pretty clear what Bevo’s intentions would have been if he had felt the slightest bit threatened. The last time Bevo felt an unwelcome presence, it nearly cost “UGA,” the Georgia Bulldog mascot, his life. https://twitter.com/i/status/1546151851346874370 - Play Video Now don’t worry folks, Georgia’s mascot, UGA the bulldog was just fine, and you can find the link to these videos in the show notes. But the point stands, don’t mess with Texas… This has been your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked today’s show, go ahead and click that share button down below. If you want to sign up for a club membership, sign up for our conference with that club discount, and then sign up for our FLF magazine, you can do all of that at fightlaughfeast.com. And as always, if you want to email me a news story, ask about our conference, or sign on as a corporate partner for CrossPolitic, email me, at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic News, I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless.

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Wednesday, September 21st, 2022

Daily News Brief

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This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Wednesday, September 21st, 2022. Happy hump day everyone! Let’s start today’s show, with a little on this day in history! On this day in history, September 21st, 1776 Nathan Hale, spied on British for American rebels, arrested September 21st, 1780 Benedict Arnold gives British Major John André plans to West Point September 21st, 1784 Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser becomes the 1st successful daily newspaper in the United States 1823 Moroni first appears to Joseph Smith, according to Smith 1827 According to Joseph Smith Jr., the angel Moroni gave him a record of gold plates, one-third of which Joseph translated into The Book of Mormon 1937 J. R. R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' is published by George Allen and Unwin in London 1938 British politician Winston Churchill condemns Germany's Adolf Hitler's annexation of Czechoslovakia 1944 Operation Market Garden: Last British paratroopers at Arnhem Bridge surrender after several days of fighting 1970 "Monday Night Football" created by Roone Arledge, premieres on ABC - Browns 31, Jets 21 And that was, on this day in history for September 21st. FLF Magazine: We are on a mission to make magazines great again. So, subscribe to our Fight Laugh Feast magazine. This is a quarterly mini-book like experience, packed full of a variety of authors that includes theologically-driven cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled throughout the glossy pages, and more. Sign your church up, sign your grumpy uncle up, and while you are at it…sign up the Pope, Elon Musks, and Russel Moore. Disclaimer: This magazine will guarantee various responses and CrossPolitic is not held liable for any of them. Reading the whole magazine may cause theological maturation, possibly encourage your kids to take the Lord’s Supper with you, and will likely cause you to randomly chuckle in joy at God’s wondrous world. Sign up today! Four issues and $60 per year, that is it. Go to fightlaughfeast.com right now to sign up!. https://thenationalpulse.com/2022/09/20/study-finds-mask-made-no-difference-in-classrooms/ Study Reveals Masking Kids In School Made ‘No Significant Difference’ In Stopping COVID Spread. The use of face masks in classrooms made “no significant difference” in COVID-19 infection rates, according to a new study. A cohort of researchers from several universities and hospitals in Spain came to the conclusion by analyzing COVID-19 transmission rates, age, and the mandated use of face masks in classrooms across the region of Catalonia. The study – “Unravelling the Role of the Mandatory use of Face Covering Masks for the Control of SARS-CoV-2 in Schools: a Quasi-Experimental Study Nested in a Population-Based Cohort in Catalonia (Spain)” – compiled data from 1,907 schools with a total of 599,314 pupils during the first term of the 2021 academic year. It was included in August’s edition of the peer-reviewed journal Archives of Disease in Childhood, which is a part of the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Group. Though COVID-19 variants such as Omicron occurred outside of the timeframe of the study, researchers maintain it is “unlikely that the effectiveness of the mask mandate measure will increase with a more transmissible variant.” “We analysed routinely collected health data to compare the incidence of SARS-CoV-2, secondary attack rates and the effective reproductive number among school children, comparing those without mandatory face covering masks (FCM) and those with FCM during the first term of the school year 2021–2022, to assess the effect of FCM mandates on SARS-CoV-2 transmission within schools,” explains a summary of the work. Researchers focused on comparing children in the last year of preschool (P5) and the first year of primary education, as the younger group had no face mask mandate, whereas the older group did. “The main findings of the study show no significant differences for children in the last grade of preschool (P5) and the first year of primary education in COVID-19 transmission indicators during the study period, despite their difference in FCM mandate and the strong age dependency of transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in schools,” explained researchers. “In conclusion, FCM mandates in schools showed no significant differences in terms of transmission. Conversely, we found that age is a key component explaining transmission in children,” summarized researchers. The Spanish case study follows additional studies demonstrating the failed efficacy of face masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19, even exacerbating the spread of the virus in certain demographics. https://www.theepochtimes.com/study-americans-own-more-than-415-million-firearms_4737834.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Study: Americans Own More Than 415 Million Firearms Americans now own more than 415 million firearms, according to Georgetown professor William English. This was a key finding of the National Firearms Survey that was conducted last year by Denver-based research firm Centiment at the request of English, a professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. English is a political economist interested in ethics, education, and public policy. The survey, which is part of a larger book project, is reportedly the largest ever undertaken regarding U.S. gun owners. The survey was administered to about 54,000 U.S. residents aged 18 and older, focusing on 16,708 gun owners who were provided with in-depth questions about their ownership and use of firearms, including defensive uses. The purpose of the survey was to “shed some light from a social-scientific view on the reality of how guns are used and owned in America today,” English said during a Sept. 11 podcast produced by The Reload, a publication focused on the policies and politics surrounding firearms. “And the attempt was to make it the largest survey of gun owners yet done, particularly so that we can get statistically informative information in all 50 states. Probably the last survey of this scope was done back in 1994 … but it’s now more than a quarter century old,” he said. English teased the findings of the survey in a May 18 summary on an academic website called Social Science Research Network but updated the summary on Sept. 13 to add the 415 million figure for gun ownership. Because the U.S. Census Bureau now estimates the U.S. population to be 333 million people, the 415 million figure means that there are now about 1.25 firearms for every person living in the United States. Of those 415 million firearms, Americans own about 171 million handguns, 146 million rifles, and 98 million shotguns, according to the update. About 39 million individuals, or 48 percent of gun owners, have owned magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds. Some jurisdictions regulate magazine capacity. The newly released information helps to put facts that English previously released from the study into a broader context. The study found that the United States has an overall rate of adult firearm ownership of 31.9 percent, which suggests that more than 81.4 million Americans aged 18 years and older own firearms. The average gun owner owns about five firearms, and handguns are the most common type of firearm owned, the summary states. Among gun owners, 57.8 percent are male and 42.2 percent are female. About 34.3 percent of whites own firearms, compared to 28.3 percent of Hispanics, 25.4 percent of blacks, and 19.4 percent of Asians, according to the summary. Nearly a third of gun owners, or 31.1 percent, reported in the survey that they have used a gun to defend themselves or their property, often more than once. The report summary estimated that firearms are used defensively by their owners in about 1.67 million incidents each year. Handguns are used in 65.9 percent of defensive incidents, although in most such incidents no shot was fired. About a quarter (25.2 percent) of defensive incidents took place inside the gun owner’s home, and a little more than half (53.9 percent) happened outside their home but on their property. Almost one in 10 (9.1 percent) of defensive gun uses took place in public and about one out of 30 (3.2 percent) took place at work, according to the summary. The report comes after a landmark Supreme Court ruling on June 23 finding for the first time that there’s a constitutional right to carry firearms in public for self-defense. The court also found that gun regulations must be deeply rooted in U.S. history if they’re to survive constitutional scrutiny, prompting a raft of new lawsuits across the country challenging gun control measures. Applications for gun permits in states that require them have been rising following the court decision. President Joe Biden is pushing for a federal ban on so-called assault weapons after Congress approved new gun control measures in June, including financial incentives to encourage the enactment of state-level red-flag gun confiscation laws. The research paper also comes as major credit card companies, at the behest of gun control activists, are implementing what critics characterize as backdoor gun control. The International Organization for Standardization recently announced that one of its subcommittees had decided to create a new merchant category code for firearms, which were previously under the general merchandise category. Critics say the policy change will make it easier for governments both to track and discourage firearms purchases and could lay the groundwork for a national gun registry. Accountable2You Is your smartphone a tool in the service of Christ, or a minefield of distractions and temptations? With soul-killing seductions just a few taps away, our families and churches must embrace biblical accountability on our digital devices. Accountable2You makes transparency easy on all your family's devices, by sharing app usage and detailed browsing history—including "Incognito" mode—with your spouse, parent, or chosen accountability partner. Accountable2You helps your family to proactively guard against temptation, so you can live with integrity for God's glory! Learn more and try it for free at Accountable2You.com/FLF https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2022/09/18/dumb-asphalt-biden-starts-handing-out-grants-to-rid-us-of-racist-highways-n1630343 Biden Starts Handing Out Grants to Rid Us of Racist Highways Joe Biden has now officially taken his overcompensation for being an old white guy to the next level by handing out the first federal grants to dismantle our nation’s racist highways. That is not a typo. Rather than devoting federal resources to improving our national infrastructure, Biden is wasting millions to address the problem of “racist roads.” What makes a road racist? I’m just the messenger here, but according to MSNBC, so-called “racist roads” being targeted by Biden were “designed to facilitate white flight and deprive black communities of housing and commercial opportunities.” Fellow white dude Pete Buttigieg, who occasionally makes appearances pretending to be the Transportation Secretary, confirmed that $104.6 million in federal funds from last year’s bipartisan infrastructure bill will be used to dismantle Interstate 375 in Detroit. “This stretch of I-375 cuts like a gash through the neighborhood, one of many examples I have seen in communities across the country where a piece of infrastructure has become a barrier,” Buttigieg told the Associated Press. “With these funds, we’re now partnering with the state and the community to transform it into a road that will connect rather than divide.” https://www.foxnews.com/media/don-lemon-roasted-royal-expert-answer-britain-paying-reparations-ready And now this! Don Lemon schooled by Royals expert on the topic of Britain paying ‘reparations’ British royals expert Hilary Fordwich stunned CNN anchor Don Lemon into silence with her argument that African slave owners owe "reparations" rather than the British Empire, in a viral clip from CNN’s coverage of the death of the queen. Conservatives on Twitter found the clip hilarious, as it depicted Lemon getting swift pushback for trying to promote the narrative that the British crown owes reparations for slavery. https://twitter.com/i/status/1572145367512190978 - Play Video Observers noted Lemon meekly switching topics without protest after Fordwich’s unexpected response And now… it’s time for my favorite topic, sports! Fan Arrested After Attempting to Jump into Pit with Texas Longhorn Mascot ‘Bevo’ https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/09/19/watch-fan-arrested-after-attempting-to-jump-into-pit-with-texas-longhorn-mascot-bevo/ Few things are less advisable than jumping into a pit with a 1500-plus pound Texas Longhorn. But, then again, mix passionate fandom with eleventy bottles of beer, and ill-advised decisions will ensue. This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Wednesday, September 21st, 2022. Happy hump day everyone! Let’s start today’s show, with a little on this day in history! On this day in history, September 21st, 1776 Nathan Hale, spied on British for American rebels, arrested September 21st, 1780 Benedict Arnold gives British Major John André plans to West Point September 21st, 1784 Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser becomes the 1st successful daily newspaper in the United States 1823 Moroni first appears to Joseph Smith, according to Smith 1827 According to Joseph Smith Jr., the angel Moroni gave him a record of gold plates, one-third of which Joseph translated into The Book of Mormon 1937 J. R. R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' is published by George Allen and Unwin in London 1938 British politician Winston Churchill condemns Germany's Adolf Hitler's annexation of Czechoslovakia 1944 Operation Market Garden: Last British paratroopers at Arnhem Bridge surrender after several days of fighting 1970 "Monday Night Football" created by Roone Arledge, premieres on ABC - Browns 31, Jets 21 And that was, on this day in history for September 21st. 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Go to fightlaughfeast.com right now to sign up!. https://thenationalpulse.com/2022/09/20/study-finds-mask-made-no-difference-in-classrooms/ Study Reveals Masking Kids In School Made ‘No Significant Difference’ In Stopping COVID Spread. The use of face masks in classrooms made “no significant difference” in COVID-19 infection rates, according to a new study. A cohort of researchers from several universities and hospitals in Spain came to the conclusion by analyzing COVID-19 transmission rates, age, and the mandated use of face masks in classrooms across the region of Catalonia. The study – “Unravelling the Role of the Mandatory use of Face Covering Masks for the Control of SARS-CoV-2 in Schools: a Quasi-Experimental Study Nested in a Population-Based Cohort in Catalonia (Spain)” – compiled data from 1,907 schools with a total of 599,314 pupils during the first term of the 2021 academic year. It was included in August’s edition of the peer-reviewed journal Archives of Disease in Childhood, which is a part of the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Group. Though COVID-19 variants such as Omicron occurred outside of the timeframe of the study, researchers maintain it is “unlikely that the effectiveness of the mask mandate measure will increase with a more transmissible variant.” “We analysed routinely collected health data to compare the incidence of SARS-CoV-2, secondary attack rates and the effective reproductive number among school children, comparing those without mandatory face covering masks (FCM) and those with FCM during the first term of the school year 2021–2022, to assess the effect of FCM mandates on SARS-CoV-2 transmission within schools,” explains a summary of the work. Researchers focused on comparing children in the last year of preschool (P5) and the first year of primary education, as the younger group had no face mask mandate, whereas the older group did. “The main findings of the study show no significant differences for children in the last grade of preschool (P5) and the first year of primary education in COVID-19 transmission indicators during the study period, despite their difference in FCM mandate and the strong age dependency of transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in schools,” explained researchers. “In conclusion, FCM mandates in schools showed no significant differences in terms of transmission. Conversely, we found that age is a key component explaining transmission in children,” summarized researchers. The Spanish case study follows additional studies demonstrating the failed efficacy of face masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19, even exacerbating the spread of the virus in certain demographics. https://www.theepochtimes.com/study-americans-own-more-than-415-million-firearms_4737834.html?utm_source=partner&utm_campaign=BonginoReport Study: Americans Own More Than 415 Million Firearms Americans now own more than 415 million firearms, according to Georgetown professor William English. This was a key finding of the National Firearms Survey that was conducted last year by Denver-based research firm Centiment at the request of English, a professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. English is a political economist interested in ethics, education, and public policy. The survey, which is part of a larger book project, is reportedly the largest ever undertaken regarding U.S. gun owners. The survey was administered to about 54,000 U.S. residents aged 18 and older, focusing on 16,708 gun owners who were provided with in-depth questions about their ownership and use of firearms, including defensive uses. The purpose of the survey was to “shed some light from a social-scientific view on the reality of how guns are used and owned in America today,” English said during a Sept. 11 podcast produced by The Reload, a publication focused on the policies and politics surrounding firearms. “And the attempt was to make it the largest survey of gun owners yet done, particularly so that we can get statistically informative information in all 50 states. Probably the last survey of this scope was done back in 1994 … but it’s now more than a quarter century old,” he said. English teased the findings of the survey in a May 18 summary on an academic website called Social Science Research Network but updated the summary on Sept. 13 to add the 415 million figure for gun ownership. Because the U.S. Census Bureau now estimates the U.S. population to be 333 million people, the 415 million figure means that there are now about 1.25 firearms for every person living in the United States. Of those 415 million firearms, Americans own about 171 million handguns, 146 million rifles, and 98 million shotguns, according to the update. About 39 million individuals, or 48 percent of gun owners, have owned magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds. Some jurisdictions regulate magazine capacity. The newly released information helps to put facts that English previously released from the study into a broader context. The study found that the United States has an overall rate of adult firearm ownership of 31.9 percent, which suggests that more than 81.4 million Americans aged 18 years and older own firearms. The average gun owner owns about five firearms, and handguns are the most common type of firearm owned, the summary states. Among gun owners, 57.8 percent are male and 42.2 percent are female. About 34.3 percent of whites own firearms, compared to 28.3 percent of Hispanics, 25.4 percent of blacks, and 19.4 percent of Asians, according to the summary. Nearly a third of gun owners, or 31.1 percent, reported in the survey that they have used a gun to defend themselves or their property, often more than once. The report summary estimated that firearms are used defensively by their owners in about 1.67 million incidents each year. Handguns are used in 65.9 percent of defensive incidents, although in most such incidents no shot was fired. About a quarter (25.2 percent) of defensive incidents took place inside the gun owner’s home, and a little more than half (53.9 percent) happened outside their home but on their property. Almost one in 10 (9.1 percent) of defensive gun uses took place in public and about one out of 30 (3.2 percent) took place at work, according to the summary. The report comes after a landmark Supreme Court ruling on June 23 finding for the first time that there’s a constitutional right to carry firearms in public for self-defense. The court also found that gun regulations must be deeply rooted in U.S. history if they’re to survive constitutional scrutiny, prompting a raft of new lawsuits across the country challenging gun control measures. Applications for gun permits in states that require them have been rising following the court decision. President Joe Biden is pushing for a federal ban on so-called assault weapons after Congress approved new gun control measures in June, including financial incentives to encourage the enactment of state-level red-flag gun confiscation laws. The research paper also comes as major credit card companies, at the behest of gun control activists, are implementing what critics characterize as backdoor gun control. The International Organization for Standardization recently announced that one of its subcommittees had decided to create a new merchant category code for firearms, which were previously under the general merchandise category. Critics say the policy change will make it easier for governments both to track and discourage firearms purchases and could lay the groundwork for a national gun registry. Accountable2You Is your smartphone a tool in the service of Christ, or a minefield of distractions and temptations? With soul-killing seductions just a few taps away, our families and churches must embrace biblical accountability on our digital devices. Accountable2You makes transparency easy on all your family's devices, by sharing app usage and detailed browsing history—including "Incognito" mode—with your spouse, parent, or chosen accountability partner. Accountable2You helps your family to proactively guard against temptation, so you can live with integrity for God's glory! Learn more and try it for free at Accountable2You.com/FLF https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2022/09/18/dumb-asphalt-biden-starts-handing-out-grants-to-rid-us-of-racist-highways-n1630343 Biden Starts Handing Out Grants to Rid Us of Racist Highways Joe Biden has now officially taken his overcompensation for being an old white guy to the next level by handing out the first federal grants to dismantle our nation’s racist highways. That is not a typo. Rather than devoting federal resources to improving our national infrastructure, Biden is wasting millions to address the problem of “racist roads.” What makes a road racist? I’m just the messenger here, but according to MSNBC, so-called “racist roads” being targeted by Biden were “designed to facilitate white flight and deprive black communities of housing and commercial opportunities.” Fellow white dude Pete Buttigieg, who occasionally makes appearances pretending to be the Transportation Secretary, confirmed that $104.6 million in federal funds from last year’s bipartisan infrastructure bill will be used to dismantle Interstate 375 in Detroit. “This stretch of I-375 cuts like a gash through the neighborhood, one of many examples I have seen in communities across the country where a piece of infrastructure has become a barrier,” Buttigieg told the Associated Press. “With these funds, we’re now partnering with the state and the community to transform it into a road that will connect rather than divide.” https://www.foxnews.com/media/don-lemon-roasted-royal-expert-answer-britain-paying-reparations-ready And now this! Don Lemon schooled by Royals expert on the topic of Britain paying ‘reparations’ British royals expert Hilary Fordwich stunned CNN anchor Don Lemon into silence with her argument that African slave owners owe "reparations" rather than the British Empire, in a viral clip from CNN’s coverage of the death of the queen. Conservatives on Twitter found the clip hilarious, as it depicted Lemon getting swift pushback for trying to promote the narrative that the British crown owes reparations for slavery. https://twitter.com/i/status/1572145367512190978 - Play Video Observers noted Lemon meekly switching topics without protest after Fordwich’s unexpected response And now… it’s time for my favorite topic, sports! Fan Arrested After Attempting to Jump into Pit with Texas Longhorn Mascot ‘Bevo’ https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2022/09/19/watch-fan-arrested-after-attempting-to-jump-into-pit-with-texas-longhorn-mascot-bevo/ Few things are less advisable than jumping into a pit with a 1500-plus pound Texas Longhorn. But, then again, mix passionate fandom with eleventy bottles of beer, and ill-advised decisions will ensue. Such was the case at the Texas-UTSA game on Saturday when a fan attempted to jump into the pit with the University of Texas’s mascot, Bevo. The mascot’s handlers tried to wave the fan off but to no avail. Thankfully, a Texas DPS officer intervened and prevented the fan from getting himself killed. It’s unclear what the fan’s intentions were, but it’s pretty clear what Bevo’s intentions would have been if he had felt the slightest bit threatened. The last time Bevo felt an unwelcome presence, it nearly cost “UGA,” the Georgia Bulldog mascot, his life. https://twitter.com/i/status/1546151851346874370 - Play Video Now don’t worry folks, Georgia’s mascot, UGA the bulldog was just fine, and you can find the link to these videos in the show notes. But the point stands, don’t mess with Texas… This has been your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked today’s show, go ahead and click that share button down below. If you want to sign up for a club membership, sign up for our conference with that club discount, and then sign up for our FLF magazine, you can do all of that at fightlaughfeast.com. And as always, if you want to email me a news story, ask about our conference, or sign on as a corporate partner for CrossPolitic, email me, at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic News, I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless. Such was the case at the Texas-UTSA game on Saturday when a fan attempted to jump into the pit with the University of Texas’s mascot, Bevo. The mascot’s handlers tried to wave the fan off but to no avail. Thankfully, a Texas DPS officer intervened and prevented the fan from getting himself killed. It’s unclear what the fan’s intentions were, but it’s pretty clear what Bevo’s intentions would have been if he had felt the slightest bit threatened. The last time Bevo felt an unwelcome presence, it nearly cost “UGA,” the Georgia Bulldog mascot, his life. https://twitter.com/i/status/1546151851346874370 - Play Video Now don’t worry folks, Georgia’s mascot, UGA the bulldog was just fine, and you can find the link to these videos in the show notes. But the point stands, don’t mess with Texas… This has been your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked today’s show, go ahead and click that share button down below. If you want to sign up for a club membership, sign up for our conference with that club discount, and then sign up for our FLF magazine, you can do all of that at fightlaughfeast.com. And as always, if you want to email me a news story, ask about our conference, or sign on as a corporate partner for CrossPolitic, email me, at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic News, I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless.

A Yank on the Footy
#204 - A Yank on the Footy - A chat with Bevan Jones of Legends with Bevo

A Yank on the Footy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 43:38


Episode 204 - A Yank on the Footy - A chat with Bevan Jones of Legends with Bevo   In this episode, I discuss Port Adelaide's season and the Grand Final with Bevan Jones of the Legends with Bevo podcast. New podcast website If you want to help with the birthday card project for my mom, please share a birthday card, and a picture or anecdote that makes you happy.  Her birthday is in mid-November.   The mailing address is:  Anne Wessels c/o Craig Wessels 1124 McKinley St. Sandusky Ohio 44870 USA Guest Intake Form - link Want to help out the podcast? Leave me a review! Buy me a coffee, Podcast fundraiser Podcast "merch" storefront @Yank_on A Yank on the Footy Podcast - Home | Facebook   ayankonthefooty@gmail.com MykAussie.tv AFANA.com TV schedule Club of the Round, sponsored by mykaussie.tv -  Philadelphia Hawks of the USAFL USAFL – Philadelphia Hawks Philadelphia Hawks Australian Football Club MAILING LIST signup:  I hope you'll consider signing up for the mailing list, so you'll be the first to have the new episode dropped off right into your inbox.  You can sign up for the mailing list that is on ayankonthefooty.com For crisis support, please contact: Lifeline http://lifeline.org.au 13 11 14  Beyond Blue http://beyondblue.org.au 1300 22 4636 In the U.S.: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ 1-800-273-8255 –  Active duty military and veterans, dial 988 and press 1

Alamodome Audible
Episode 190: Belonging with Bevo

Alamodome Audible

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 79:58


The Roadrunners gave UT-Austin a proper scare as UTSA traveled heavy to Austin to show Longhorn fans that 210 football is for real. There's no doubt the Longhorns were the better team, but it's not hard to dream up a scenario where the Roadrunners could have secured an upset. We recap that game both on and off the field before launching into an extensive Texas Southern preview. We'll also be hosting a mailbag episode of the podcast this week, exclusive for our Patreon subscribers. Drop a comment on this post to submit a question for us to answer this week. Anything is fair game! If you're not a Patreon subscriber follow this link to get signed up for all of our bonus content. 0:00 - Both Adrian and Jared had wonderful experiences in Austin, including some funny encounters with some UT-Austin fans. We're both excited to make a return trip to DKR in the future. 19:37 - The UTSA coaching staff came in with an excellent game plan to make it a close contest with the Longhorns. While Bijan Robinson and Roschon Johnson proved to be too much for the Roadrunners, Jeff Traylor's squad proved that they were clearly capable of hanging with the best teams in the country. 32:11 - A very tough and physical out-of-conference slate for UTSA has the Roadrunners piling up injuries, with 21 players making an appearance on the injury report this morning. We do our best to start listing some of these guys, while also acknowledging what it means for the short and long term prognosis for the program. 38:48 - UTSA's difficulty in attempting to tackle the Longhorns' running backs shows the importance of recruiting elite athletes, even if they don't make a huge impact on Saturdays. 43:19 - The Roadrunners are currently among the most-penalized teams in the country. Can UTSA break out of the funk? Will it prevent them from reaching their goals this season? 59:43 - Texas Southern is on the upswing thanks to an incredible young quarterback out of Corpus Christi. We break down the Tigers' strengths and weaknesses before giving our predictions for a final score on Saturday. Subscribe to the podcast

Ryan Hyatt's Raiderland
Two-Word Tuesday on the Longhorns, How you cook your Bevo and more.

Ryan Hyatt's Raiderland

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 87:25


Ryan Hyatt's Raiderland, featuring Rob Breaux, is all about Texas Tech sports and politics west of I-35. The show airs weekdays, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., on Talk 103.9 & 1340 AM in Lubbock, Texas and ESPN 960 San Angelo, Texas. Ryan and Rob talk to local and national experts about sports, food, pop culture and more.

Holy Crap It's Sports
Holy Crap It's Sports 486 September 19 2022

Holy Crap It's Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 40:00


Braves keep pace, CFB breakdown, Pete Poll, mounting Bevo, Ducks fans show arses, Falcons blow it again, Mariota mistakes, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for NFL rundown, stay for who replaces Bryan Harsin at Auburn & Herm Edwards at Arizona State, plus great trivia question about Hugo Bezdek, yes, THAT Hugo Bezdek. And one of two major leaguers to die in WWII