1) My thoughts: Don't get caught up in either the hype or negativity surrounding this season 2) Game Day: Nick Baumgardner from The Athletic drops by with a candid look at this years team. 3) Quick Hits: No injury news to report out of camp
The guys discuss Josh Gattis' interesting comments about the Michigan offense, coach input and a surprise star in the making along the offensive line. Plus, Mike Macdonald seems to be saying all the right things. Will that translate to the field? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Host George Martin (@AstrosFansUK) is joined by special guest, former Houston Astro from 2015-18, 'El Oso Blanco', Evan Gattis (@BulldogBeing). An extraordinary and starkly open conversation begins with Gattis' thoughts on the 2021 Astros, before taking a hugely in-depth look at his years with the club. This discussion begins with Gattis describing what it was like to be part of the vibrant 2015 Houston Astros who came close to advancing to the American League Championship Series, before detailing his frustrations over the 2016 team narrowly missing out on making the Postseason. Following this, Gattis breaks down the experience of being part of the Houston Astros' 2017 World Series Champions, including his unfiltered, inside views on the subsequent sign stealing cheating scandal. Gattis details what it was like being part of this at the time and the wider response to the scandal, plus his outlook on this in 2021. Subsequently, Gattis gives his thoughts on the latest cheating issue in baseball, regarding pitchers illegally using sticky substances to increase spin, before an overview on cheating throughout baseball history - sign-stealing or otherwise. Finally, the discussion takes a frank and strikingly honest look at Evan Gattis' unique and remarkable path to the majors. #Astros #ForTheH #StrosAcrossTheGlobe Check out the Astros Fans UK Online Store! Customisable Astros merch including t-shirts, bags, caps and more - ALL designed by @AstrosFansUK for Astros fans all over the world! Also get over to the Apollo store for the incredible Astros and Houston-based merch available there including new item drops for June 2021! All Houston. All Original.
Gatti, Leffe og Ras er lidt forårskåde og lader op til sommeren med positive tanker og kærlighed til hinanden. Leffe er i Nordjylland for at spille revy og savner de to andre, som klarer sig rigtig fint uden ham. Der skal selvfølgelig også vendes et par emne og i dagens program, skal drengene tale om hvad der blev af rigtige eksperter, som vi kender dem fra gamle dage og så er det gået op Ras at han er en fedterøv. Desuden så skal vi have skønne anekdoter om Gattis impulskøb af Cowboyhatte og softice, Leffes hårde barndom og så en ordentlig røvfuld sketches med Lis, Rene og Mor, Palle og mange flere. Medvirkende: Kasper Gattrup, Kasper Le Fevre og Rasmus Søndergaard.
Things discussed: Detroit Day: rename the BBQ at the Big House—they’re letting Detroit know they’re a priority post-Brown. Craig: Local players have a stronger connection to the program. Gattis extension: Can’t recruit on a short contract. What if Michigan needs out? Hunter Dickinson draft: Like Livers last year, he’s probably just getting an evaluation, but it does start the clock that he’s probably leaving after 2021-‘22. Break Talk: Red Wings are cursed, NHL never has a problem getting other franchises the first overall pick. Owen Power first overall? Seth: how many years did the Wings get to the trade deadline needing a solid defenseman, and Power is that as a floor. Which NHL teams will leave our players in college? Which guys are we keeping? Michigan baseball: bit by the good pitching, last year’s run was good pitching too. They’re in a really tough regional: host Notre Dame might be the worst team. Naomi Osaka and the role of press conferences.
Josh Gattis receives a contract extension. Michigan explores idea of removing Fielding H. Yost's name from its ice-hockey arena. Hunter Dickinson to test NBA waters but could still return to Michigan. Plus, three Michigan players among top 6 North American skaters in final NHL draft rankings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Genåbningen er over os! Alle er glade og alle er sure. I dagens program forsøger Gatti, Leffe og Ras at finde de rette kendisser, som fremover skal informere danskerne om op og nedlukninger, så sindene ikke bringes i kog. Men der bliver i den grad også tid til at tale om mangel på stærk ost i Sverige og Leffes skovnisse Kalle. Og endelig så skal der sladres Bill Gates skilsmisse og Gattis indre welness pige. Hvis ovennævnte emner ikke lige er dig, så kan du spise broccoli med René og Mor, quizze med Lis og massør Frank Hansen fra Tappernøje - eller du kan skide skråt over aflyste vacciner med Palle fra Kalundborg. Medvirkende: Kasper Gattrup, Kasper Le Fevre og Rasmus Søndergaard.
Today’s episode takes us to Music City where Dave & Paul chat with Claire Francis, the Sr. Marketing Director for Bridgestone Arena and the Nashville Predators. Claire talks about the journey of increasing capacity within the building, the protocols in place, and what went into creating their Smashville SAFE plan. Having a strong relationship with their local government, health department, and the NHL, allowed them to be one of the first buildings to open up to fans and set an example for other venues around the country. Plus, hear about what makes their venue unique, including their Rehearsal Hall. We also discuss Claire's expansive career, starting at TNA IMPACT Wrestling, working in the food retail industry acting as marketing support for franchise owners around the country, and then back to working in events once again at Bridgestone Arena.
1) My Thoughts: Spring football is important, but fall is when we learn how well spring practice really went. 2) Game Day: My guest today says Michigan's young staff of recruiters is aggressive. Will they bring in a top 10 class though? Steve Lorenz from 247 Sports pays us a visit this week 3) Quick Hits: Softball and baseball news Website: www.themiciganmanpodcast.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this week's "Seven from 77," Jon breaks down some comments from a few Wolverines, including WR Mike Sainristil, RB Blake Corum, and OL Zak Zinter. Then, Offensive Coordinator Josh Gattis stops by to discuss his impressions of the team in spring practice (23:00) and size up each offensive unit at this point of the offseason--offensive line (29:45), tight ends (35:40), wide receivers (37:40), running backs (42:45), and quarterbacks (47:30).
Phil Callihan and Clint Derringer discuss offensive coordinator Josh Gattis recent press conference and recent action in the NCAA Basketball tournament including the #NotNCAAProperty movement.
The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. They're also behind our Ann Arbor Institutions t-shirt program. Get started on your custom apparel order today at undergroundshirts.com and use the promo code HOLIDAY for 25% off your next purchase! And let's not leave out our associate sponsors: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, and Information Entropy. [After THE JUMP: the player and what we said] -------------------------------------------- 1. Offensive Skill Positions starts at 1:00 JJ McCarthy deserves a lot of credit for building this class. Donovan Edwards was their #1 target—THIS TIME WE'RE THROWING TO THE BACK! Tavierre Dunlap is a thunderous complement. Gattis seems likely to stick around and so are his receiver recruits. Xavier Worthy looks like ol' Chicken Legs himself. Other two guys can go get it…we think. 2. Offensive Line starts at 25:12 Hansen is a tight end from Massachusetts but the sites are now wise to our factory. Willie Allen could figure to start next year if they lose Mayfield to the NFL, gives Seth a Grant Newsome vibe personality-wise. El-Hadi is a guy it shouldn't be so hard to get excited about—Mayfield is the comp. Also got themselves a 6'8" tackle from New England to hang some meat on. Two centers allow us to wax poetic about centers. 3. Defensive Recruits and the Punter starts at 42:53 Over half of 247's punters are Aussies. Michigan punting is cursed. Also cursed: DT and CB recruiting, "Guy" jokes, and Dominic Giudice because he's the only DT-shaped object from the Nua era. 4. Wrap starts at 1:015:04 Prospects still on the board, options, and a long discussion about cornerback and defensive tackle. MUSIC: My old friends from Tripstick of Ypsilanti, MI. "Tired Eye" "Weezy" "Misery" “Across 110th Street” If you or a friend made some good tunes and don't have a label out scrubbing for them we'd be happy to feature you.
On Thanksgiving Eve 2018 Pastor Chris Gattis shot and killed his wife, setp daughter and her boyfriend. Tensions had been high for over 48 hours. The neighbors and co-workers were shocked as Chris was known to be a great neighbor and friend. Neighbors and co workers were beyond shocked thinking that Chris could never have been capabe of such a violent act. This is a case that reminds you that......you never REALLy know who your neighbors are.
1) The View From Section 17: I'm not sure what to expect this week 2) Visitors Edition: Wisconsin was nearly flawless in their season opening blowout of Illinois, but that was three weeks ago. Badgers radio play by play voice Matt Lepay joins us 3) Quick Hits: Game Day Facts Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: email@example.com
Hello everyone! Welcome to my favorite time of the year. Did you know that robbery and personal larceny increase by approximately 20 percent in December? However, more violent crimes like murder typically do not increase during this time. That being said, there’s something about a murder committed during the holidays that stings just a little more than one carried out on a mild-August afternoon. This holiday season, we’re diving in to the real holiday horrors that left some families with an empty chair at the dinner table. So grab your wassail! Spooky Juice is about to get festive and the first on our list: The Gattis Thanksgiving Triple Murder. For the full transcript of this episode, click here. Follow Me on Instagram: @jenkilzum Sources: When A Pastor Lost Patience – Three Dead At Thanksgiving Southern Fried True Crime: Episode 78 THANKSGIVING TRIPLE HOMICIDE: YOUTH MINISTER & MURDERER: CHRISTOPHER GATTIS "I will go out. I will leave": Wife, stepdaughter and her boyfriend pleaded for their lives before ex-pastor killed them Ex-youth ministry director to serve 58 years for Thanksgiving triple killing; cellphone footage of murders shown in court Prosecutors: Christopher Gattis sent bizarre text messages to his victims prior to killing them ‘They’re probably all dead’: Court docs reveal chilling details of Chesterfield triple murder Understanding the Reality of Holiday-Related Crimes Everipedia FindLaw, State v. Gattis Video evidence introduced in triple homicide case Christopher Gattis: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know The Biltmore Candice Kunze's Obituary 'She was such a warm person': Friends emphasize positivity of Candice Kunze In Memory of Candy Kunze Andrew Buthorn's Obituary I Andrew Buthorn's Obituary II Thanksgiving triple-murder suspect was charged with assault in 2012 What Is Public Intoxication? Ex-Virginia youth pastor gets 58 years in triple slaying Youth pastor accused of killing family on Thanksgiving denied bond https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ea-wlBSqx1c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKdjSUEHaJ0
Jim and Adam Jaksa debate about Matthew Stafford’s track record with the Lions and talk about Jim’s continued car bad luck. Also, the guys discuss Michigan’s lack of preparation; MSU and Michigan’s next move; and Matt Patricia’s uncertain future in Detroit. Lastly, the guys go “Around the NFL” once again, and Producer Fongers has a “Moment of Positivity”:- Should we keep defending Matthew Stafford? How much blame is on Stafford for the Lions’ current situation?- MLive’s Ben Raven joins the show for his weekly Lions discussion!- Jim just cannot catch a break! Does anyone feel sorry for him?- Josh Gattis admits to poor preparation against MSU. Ummmmm….ya think????- Where do MSU and Michigan go from here? Are the Wolverines in trouble on Saturday?- “Around the NFL”: Controversial “Monday Night Football” ending and Trade Deadline Winners and Losers- Is Matt Patricia a dead man walking?- Producer Fongers’ “Moment of Positivity”: The Red Wings ink Anthony Mantha to a four-year contract.
1 hour and 55 minutesWe are, as always, presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan I might have a very popular podcast on environmental engineering. Our associate sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, FuegoBox, and Information Entropy.Also we had to go with the audio from the Zoom call for Part 4.1. Offensestarts at 1:00Milton eh? Blake Corum, eh? Charbonnet's blocks, eh? Ben Mason ooooooooooo (stop at the whistle baby). Wide receivers fast, kinda wondering why Jake McCurry was more visible than Cornelius Johnson. All had concentration issues but Gentry speed. We didn't think to mention the line until the end which is a very good thing. Also a good thing: Gattis's playcalling and how it incorporated Harbaugh stuff. [The rest of the writeup and the player after The Jump]2. Defensestarts at 28:17Before and After Dax (we think he'll be okay. Paige was not quite as okay in his absence. Kwity Paye, eh? Aiden Hutchinson, eh? Cam McGroon, eh? Dalton Hill, eh? Green looked fine—one push-off that was crafty work by the receiver and that was basically it. Gray still had to commit PI but he also stayed with Bateman most of the day. Edge issues popped up. OH HEY MICHAEL BARRET, EH?3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, and Feelingsballstarts at 58:39COVID section. Punt block was a missed stunt pickup by Josh Ross. The Barrett return was Charbonnet dodging the ball then throwing a monster block. The Haskins stick was impressive. Herbstreit tries to pronounce things.4. Around the Big Ten wsg Jamie Macstarts at 1:14:42We welcome in Jamie Mac of Just Cover Blog, who's bouncing off his seat to talk about Indiana-Penn State, but can't because we want to give a good 15 minutes to Michigan State-Rutgers. Also the rest of the Big Ten happened, much of it on Maryland's face.MUSIC:“Golden Age"—TV On the Radio“Duck Down”—The Roots“Kings Left Behind”—Ikebe Shakedown“Across 110th Street”THE USUAL LINKS:Helpful iTunes subscribe linkGeneral podcast feed linkWhat's with the theme music?Last year Rutgers only scored 27 first-half points all of their Big Ten season, and they had 28 points yesterday.
Michigan Offensive Coordinator Josh Gattis meets with the media via Zoom. Topics include the QB competition, the status of WR Nico Collins, and much more. Support the Podcast, Get Team Gear at Great Prices -> shorturl.at/qzCGP
We spoke to Josh Gattis, Michigan football offensive coordinator, for the first time since the late spring, and he shared his thoughts on the Wolverines offense. We picked out three clips and discussed why these are the most important as it pertains to Michigan football this fall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Listen on: iTunes Anchor Google Spotify Guest: Dr. Vanessa M. Gattis Website: https://pwccfoundation.org Facebook: @PWCCFoundation VANESSA M. GATTIS, PH.D., has served as president and chief executive officer of the Prince William County Community Foundation, Inc. since February 2018, when she also founded the non-profit. Vanessa has more than 30 years of leadership and operational experience, including 30+ years as a retired senior officer in the United States Army. She also serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Washington, D.C. campus where she teaches Ethics and Professional Development, Psychological, Socio-Cultural, and Political Dimensions of Organizations, and The Psychology of Decision Making in a Global Environment. She also serves as a dissertation chair and content expert for doctoral students. She has extensive experience in organization and development, having spent over 15 years in senior-level operations roles with the U.S. Army. As a senior Investigator in the U.S. Army Inspectors General Agency, she investigated alleged improprieties by senior officers and civilians. As a Division Chief for the Inspections Division, she ensured statutory and regulatory guidance and compliance of units and programs throughout the U.S. Army. She also prepared written senior executive level documents and recommendations for improvement to systems, policies, and programs for the Secretary of the Army's review, approval and/or consideration. Website: Thesuccessjourneyshow.com Email: successjourneypodcast@Gmail.com Facebook: @successjourneyshow Instagram: @successjouenryshow Twitter: @success_show --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Today we get into the weeds again with our weekly guest Brad Keithley from Alaskans for Sustainable Budgets to discuss our weekly Top 3 items including: Coghill's numbers, Gattis' track record and oil production numbers. Then in hour two we sojourn with our PMA guru Chris Story on Top of the World.
Sam Webb, Steve Lorenz, and Brice Marich discuss Xavier Worthy's commitment and comparisons to Anthony Carter, Josh Gattis' recruiting impact, the latest with defensive tackle targets Rayshaun Benny, George Rooks, and Anthony Hundley, the battle between Michigan and Notre Dame for Rocco Spindler, and a recap of the Elite Underclassmen camp. ,Later Webb and chats with the coach of AAU program The Family, Sean Moore, about star guard Kobe Bufkin's commitment to Michigan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I start off with Harbaugh's news conference and some covid 19 news. I also talk about my thoughts on Gattis and Shoop. I discuss my feelings about Speight and Patterson. I also add a new member to the Future Wolverine Leaders group. Just another fun episode for you Maniacs. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/maniacpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maniacpodcast/support
Rainer Sabin from The Detroit Free Press joins me to discuss the latest Michigan and college football news. Rainer spent 3 years as The Alabama beat writer for AL.com before joining the Free Press last fall. His Dad is a U of M grad, and he is related to Wolverine great Benny Friedman. Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gary Gattis is a creative interdisciplinary leader guiding people and processes to improve our world. His specialties include growth, operations, and management. He has founded several companies at the intersection of technology and design, and led extremely diverse teams to success. He is currently CEO for Hypergiant Galactic Systems, focussed on integrating Artificial Intelligence with the commercialization of Space. Outside of work he can usually be found buried in a good sci-fi novel.TOPICS:2:13: Gary Gattis's experience watching a space rocket launch5:36: How did Gary Gattis design his own college curriculum at UT Austin?10:25: How Gary Gattis got his first job in the industry by cold calling the CEO 30 times?14:55: Why Gary Gattis believes in designing his own luck?20:54: Gary Gattis explains the benefits of hanging out with folks from different generations26:18: Gary Gattis' foray into the gaming world and running the Star Wars Galaxies game at Sony37:40: Gary Gattis explains the process behind designing a game41:01: Gary Gattis's journey of starting Spacetime Studios50:14: What happened after Gary Gattis sent a cold email to Steve Jobs?57:10: Gary Gattis & team raise venture captial from Insight Venture Partners1:00:05: Why was Gary Gattis thinking of selling the company?1:10:10: How Gary Gattis leveraged his network to discover the next big thing to work on and joined Hypergiant!CONNECT GARY GATTIS:Connect with Gary Gattis on LinkedIn MORE COOL STUFF TO CHECK OUT:StrengthsFinders 2.0 (Book)Hypergiant (Startup)Spacetime Studios (Company)If you enjoyed this episode, please take a moment to leave a rating and review in Apple Podcasts, or share the episode with a friend. Thank you!
Gary Gattis spent his entire career making video games, AI/Space was a late life industry transition. Why? When Gary decided it was time to move into the next adventure in his professional career, he asked everyone (yes, everyone) two important questions that led him to Hypergiant, where Gary and the team believes that AI is essential to secure our place in the universe via space exploration. “We started looking at ground control, and saw there was a lot of room for disruption.”- Gary Gattis on Casual Space Podcast When it was time to move into the next chapter of Gary’s professional journey, he went to friends and colleagues and asked everyone two questions: “1. What’s the coolest stuff going on in the world, and 2. If you weren’t doing what you were doing, what WOULD you be doing? That was a fascinating time in my life! I was doing 10+ coffee/ lunches a week! It was full time!” “I call it my journey of discernment. Really, three things came out of it. The first was a deeper connection to myself. I was talking to people I’ve known 20-30 years ago- old friends. Second, I got to see myself through other people’s eyes. Third, it really helped me hone my personal brand. It took a lot of external conversations for me to validate [what my personal brand was] through other people. It was a great experience for me, and I highly recommend this experience.” -Gary Oh by the way, He’s been to Space Force HQ. About Gary Gattis: Gary is an Interdisciplinary leader guiding people and process to improve our world. Specialties include growth, operations, and management. Founded several companies at the intersection of technology and design, led extremely diverse teams to success.Currently CEO for Hypergiant Galactic Systems, focussed on integrating Artificial Intelligence with the commercialization of Space. More about Gary and his work and career at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garygattis/ Interesting stuff about Hypergiant from Texas Monthly: Hypergiant aims to help its clients gather and analyze vast amounts of data. You’re working on improving the sensory perception of machines. You’re aiming to launch a network of small satellites gathering data from above. And you’re looking to empower “smart cities,” stitching together data from cameras that are increasingly everywhere Hypergiant does sell—artificial intelligence-enabled software and hardware—and you’ll appreciate Lamm’s problem. Even many people lacking in technological savvy have heard of AI as a force with the potential to shape much of humanity’s future—for better or worse. Some of those people look to get into business with Hypergiant without any real idea of what it is they’re buying. They just know they want some. “It’s like the most addictive drug that no one’s ever had,” says Lamm, who serves as the company’s CEO.
On the third episode of Brains Behind AI, Ari sits down to chat with Gary Gattis, the CEO of HyperGiant Galactic Systems, discussing everything from building video games, to working in the Space industry, and from changing career to embarking on the path that fulfilling and impactful. After graduating from the University of Texas with a degree in Computer Science and Sculpture Design, Gary originally sought out to work in the video game industry. From building Star Wars Galaxies video games at SONY, to founding his own company Space Time Studios, Gary’s path eventually came to a halt when he realized he wanted to completely shift gears and embark on a whole new venture. This new path eventually came to be working as the CEO at one of the most innovative Space AI companies in the world. In this episode, you will receive exclusive first insight on the revolutionary projects Gary and his team are working on, which includes their top three space projects at HyperGiant Galactic Systems. You will also hear Gary’s advice on how to find a career in space (and where exactly to start!) We learn from Gary that it is never too late to embark on a path that makes you happy. You can find Gary at:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garygattis/Hypergiant.com → division 0004 Hyper Galactic Systems
We discuss a porn star arrested after a man died during a mystic poison toad ritual, we call Trevin on the Radio for the I Love You Call, a racehorse named after Dr. Fauci coming in second place in its first race, and Does Deb Know Stuff.
Nick and Austin react to hearing from OC Josh Gattis and DC Don Brown. Subscribe to The Athletic using this special promo and receive 40% off! Also, subscribers will have access to exclusive episodes. http://theathletic.com/rpm
Josh Gattis, Michigan's offensive coordinator, talks about the challenges facing the team, the difference between being in shape and being in football shape, and the culture created by the players. Since he is working from home and able to pitch in a bit more than a coach's schedule normally allows, he has a go to meal for the family. Hint: it will gain great favor with the offensive line.
Game Day: Isaiah Hole from WolverinesWire joins me to discuss Michigan's big day in the recent NFL Draft Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: email@example.com
After Jon and Brian praise some of the red-hot Wolverines teams around campus, like men's basketball's 2-0 week and baseball's #1 ranking, Jon breaks down the final units on the offensive side - wide receivers and tight ends. He talks about the growth potential for Nico Collins, Ronnie Bell and Nick Eubanks and identifies some young players who will be vital to the Wolverines in 2020. Then, Offensive Coordinator Josh Gattis joins the show to discuss the pass catchers and the offense as a whole before we finish with some interesting national topics.
On Thanksgiving night of 2017, a youth minister in Chester, Virginia did the unthinkable. After heavy drinking and arguments, he shot his family to death. Friends, family and the entire community were shocked. They seemed so happy. Every Facebook post showed a close knit family, laughing and seemingly normal. But Christopher Gattis wore a mask. A mask that slipped in an alcohol induced rage that destroyed his family. Sources: https://www.southernfriedtruecrime.com/78-christopher-gattisWritten, hosted and produced by Erica KelleyOriginal Graphic Art by Coley Horner Original Music by Rob Harrison of Gamma RadioResearched by Haley GrayEdited by Chaes Grayhttps://southernfriedtruecrime.com@southfriedtruth (Twitter) @southernfriedtruecrime (Insta)https://www.youtube.com/southernfriedtruecrime