Today during the first hour of the show Pat breaks down the Chiefs run defense as they take on Derrick Henry this Sunday, Pat gives his thoughts about the expansion of the AAC and the teams that are joining, plus some KU Basketball talk with Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal World... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00-17:38) Opening RCST discussing the rotation of power in the AFC (17:39-39:12) Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World and KUSports.com (39:13-50:11) College Football Whiparound (50:12-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports
(0:00-9:40) Opening RCST talking about Lamar Jackon's progression and how Patrick Mahomes is still the top QB in the NFL but is the gap as wide as it once was? (9:41-35:14) Matt Tait of the LJ World & KUSports.com (35:15-52:04) College Football Whiparound (52:05-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks Big 12 and KU Football
(0:00-5:53) Opening RCST talking about Chargers-Raiders and Urban Meyer (5:54-21:49) Derek's Deep Deliberations: KU Football (21:50-44:23) Matt Tait of the LJ World & KUSports.com (44:24-58:33) Is Clyde Edwards-Helaire breaking out? (58:34-1:08:31) College Football Whiparound (1:08:32-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks Big 12 Football
(0:00-11:45) Opening RCST talking about Remy Martin/Dajuan Harris plus if KU Basketball could start the season a bit slower than normal (11:46-37:15) Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World & KUSports.com talks KU Basketball and Football (37:16-53:50) College Football Whiparound (53:51-1:10:39) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks Big 12 Football (1:10:40-End) Derek's Deep Deliberations: KU Football
(0:00-16:17) Opening RCST talking about KU Football and the Chiefs (16:18-20:30) Velton Gardner transferring (20:31-36:53) Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World talks KU Football (36:54-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports goes over Big 12 football
3:45pm-Olin Buchanan, TexAgs.com4:00pm-Grayson Grundhoefer, SicEm365.com Recruiting Analyst4:15pm-Michelle Gardner, Arizona Republic (Arizona State)4:35pm-Nick De La Torre, GatorsTerritory.com5:00pm-Jon Machota, DallasCowboys.com5:30pm-Matt Tait, Lawrence Journal World5:55pm-Paul Catalina's "Top 5"
(0:00-19:00) Opening RCST discussing the crazy MNF game and Chiefs-Ravens (19:01-35:40) Matt Tait of the LJWorld & KUSports.com talks KU Football (35:41-48:01) CFB Whiparound (48:02-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports goes through the Big 12
(0:00-18:45) Opening RCST discussing KU Football following their 17-14 win over South Dakota (18:46-36:10) Matt Tait of the LJ World & KUSports.com discusses KU Football (36:11-50:16) Case of the (Tuesday's) (50:17-1:05:40) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks Big 12 Football (1:05:41-End) Derek's Deep Thoughts: KU Football edition
9-3-21 In the third hour of The Zone, Jason Anderson and Cory Anderson are joined by Matt Tait of KUSports.com to preview the Jayhawks football season with their first game tonight against South Dakota. Plus Mick Shaffer is in studio for the rest of the show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00-18:31) Opening RCST discussing KU Football and their large jump to make (18:32-38:36) Matt Tait of the LJ World & KUSports.com (38:37-1:10:06) KU Football LB Preview (1:10:07-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks Big 12 Football
(0:00-18:24) Opening RCST discussing the Pac-12/Big Ten/ACC Alliance (18:25-38:56) Matt Tait of the LJ World & KUSports.com (38:57-54:52) More KU Football RB Preview (54:53-1:11:38) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports (1:11:39-End) Top 10 Worst Challenges
8-4-21 The Program opens the show talking about the latest from Chiefs Training Camp and the comments from Mike Matheny regarding Kris Bubic's outing. The Program is also joined by Matt Tait from KU Sports and Lawrence Journal World for his thoughts on conference realignment and to give you the end of the hour question for a chance to win great food from Joe's Kansas City BBQ. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00-18:30) Opening RCST discussing reports on a Big 12-Pac-12 merger (18:31-42:32) Matt Tait of the LJ World & KUSports.com talks Remy Martin and Big 12 realignment (42:33-53:54) Previewing KU Football opponent Texas Tech with Chris Level (53:55-1:09:38) How much does TV audience matter, will the SEC become a super league, and KU Football talk (1:09:39-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks Big 12 and CFB realignment
It was quite a week in cybersecurity. The Israeli firm NSO Group was outed by a consortium of newspapers and media entities for its snooping software Pegasus, which seems to have gathered data from the phones of a shockingly large number of people. Then, starting Sunday evening and into Monday morning, the Biden administration announced a multi-lateral response to China's Microsoft Exchange Server hack. There were indictments, there was a toughly worded statement, but there were no sanctions. Was it enough? Benjamin Wittes sat down with Matt Tait, AKA @pwnallthethings, the chief operating officer of Corellium, and Dmitri Alperovitch, the founder of the Silverado Policy Accelerator and the co-founder of CrowdStrike. They talked about the Biden administration's response on China; the disclosure of Pegasus and what that means for iPhone security, for Apple and for the Israeli government; and they talked about mobile device security. Is it hopeless?Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
7-6-21 The Zone talks to Matt Tait of KUSports.com on the news of multiple players coming back to KU and taking their name out of the draft, plus another round of Learned Funniest and Best of the Weekend and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Probably best known as the Twitter handle @pwnallthethings, Matt Tait is the chief operating officer of Corellium. Previously, he was a hacker for GCHQ, the British version of the National Security Agency, he was the CEO of Capital Alpha Security, and he worked at Google Project Zero, among other things. Most of this podcast was recorded before the news of the Kaseya ransomware attack broke over the weekend (Matt wrote a piece on Lawfare entitled, "The Kaseya Ransomware Attack is a Really Big Deal"). They talked a bit about Kaseya at the beginning of the episode before turning to a more general discussion of ransomware, other current cybersecurity threats and what Matt is worried about as he looks into the future. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
每日英語跟讀 Ep.K147: When Spies Hack Journalism界 For decades, leakers of confidential information to the press were a genus that included many species: the government worker infuriated by wrongdoing, the ideologue pushing a particular line, the politico out to savage an opponent. In recent years, technology has helped such leakers operate on a mass scale: Chelsea Manning and the WikiLeaks diplomatic cables, Edward Snowden and the stolen National Security Agency archive, and the still-anonymous source of the Panama Papers.But now this disparate cast has been joined by a very different sort of large-scale leaker, more stealthy and better funded: the intelligence services of nation states, which hack into troves of documents and then use a proxy to release them. What Russian intelligence did with shocking success to the Democrats in 2016 shows every promise of becoming a common tool of spycraft around the world. 數十年來，向新聞界揭露機密情報的洩密者，多為同一屬但涵蓋許多種的人物：被不法行為激怒的政府工作人員，推動特定路線的意識型態者，試圖攻擊對手的政治人物。近年來，科技成為這些洩密者採取大規模行動的助力：雀兒喜．曼寧和「維基解密」的外交電報，愛德華．史諾登和被竊的國家安全局檔案，以及「巴拿馬文件」和它仍是無名氏的消息來源。然而現在這個由各不相同的角色構成的卡司，又增加了另一種迥然不同的大規模洩密者，更隱密，銀彈也更足：他們是各國的情報部門。這些情報部門駭得大量文件資料，再利用代理人發布出去。俄羅斯情報部門2016年驚人成功地駭入美國民主黨這件事，顯示這種作法肯定會在未來成為通行全球的間諜活動工具。 In 2014, North Korea, angry about a movie, hacked Sony and aired thousands of internal emails. Since then, Russia has used the hack-leak method in countries across Europe. The United Arab Emirates and Qatar, Persian Gulf rivals, have accused each other of tit-for-tat hacks, leaks and online sabotage. Other spy services are suspected in additional disclosures, but spies are skilled at hiding their tracks.“It's clear that nation states are looking at these mass leaks and seeing how successful they are,” said Matt Tait, a cyber expert at the University of Texas who previously worked at Government Communications Headquarters, the British equivalent of the National Security Agency. 2014年，對某部電影怒不可遏的北韓，駭入索尼公司，並公布了數千封內部電子郵件。此後，俄羅斯在歐洲各國也採用了這種駭入─洩露方法。波斯灣的對立國家，阿拉伯聯合大公國和卡達互控對方肆行以牙還牙的駭客攻擊、洩密和網路破壞。其他情報單位也被懷疑是另一些洩密事件的主謀，只是這些間諜擅長隱藏他們的蹤跡。德州大學網路專家馬特．泰特說：「顯然，各國正在審視這些大規模洩密行動，且目睹它們是多麼成功。」泰特之前在英國等同於美國國家安全局的政府通信總部工作。 What does this mean for journalism? The old rules say that if news organizations obtain material they deem both authentic and newsworthy, they should run it. But those conventions may set reporters up for spy agencies to manipulate what and when they publish, with an added danger: An archive of genuine material may be seeded with slick forgeries.This quandary is raised with emotional force by my colleague Amy Chozick in her new book about covering Hillary Clinton. She recounts reading a New York Times story about the Russian hack of the Democrats that said The Times and other outlets, by publishing stories based on the hacked material, became “a de facto instrument of Russian intelligence.” She felt terrible, she reports, because she thought she was guilty as charged.Others hurried to reassure Chozick that she and hundreds of other reporters who covered the leaked emails were simply doing their jobs. “The primary question a journalist must ask himself is whether or not the information is true and relevant,” wrote Jack Shafer, the media critic for Politico, “and certainly not whether it might make Moscow happy.” 這對新聞界而言意味著什麼？按照老規矩，新聞組織一旦取得他們認為具有真實性和新聞價值的材料，就認為應該公諸於世。但是這些慣例可能導致記者遭到間諜機構操縱他們所發布的內容以及時間，而且還有一項風險：真材實料的檔案可能暗藏巧妙的造假。我的同事艾咪．丘齊克在她談採訪希拉蕊．柯林頓的新書中，情緒激動地說明了這項窘境。她描述看過紐約時報與俄羅斯駭入民主黨相關的一篇報導，文章指出，紐時和其他媒體根據被駭資料做報導時，「實際上也成了俄羅斯情報單位的工具」。她報導說，她感覺糟透了，因為她自覺犯了這樣的錯。其他人急忙安慰丘齊克，她和數百位採訪外洩電子郵件新聞的記者，只是盡職而已。 Politico媒體評論家傑克．薛佛寫道：「記者必須問自己的首要問題是，這些資料是否屬實以及是否相關，絕不會是這樣做會不會讓莫斯科高與。」Source article: https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0067/327698/web/ 更多Podcast單元: 每日英語跟讀Podcast，就在http://www.15mins.today/daily-shadowing 精選詞彙 VOCAB Podcast，就在https://www.15mins.today/vocab 語音直播 15mins Live Podcast, 就在https://www.15mins.today/15mins-live-podcast 文法練習 In-TENSE Podcast，就在https://www.15mins.today/in-tense 用email訂閱就可以收到通勤學英語節目更新通知。 老師互動信箱: firstname.lastname@example.org 商業合作洽詢: email@example.com
(0:00-17:06) Opening RCST talking about Nick's injury and Jalen Wilson not getting invite after G-League Elite camp (17:07-33:00) Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal World and KUSports.com (33:01-54:00) Do We Give a Bleep? (54:01-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports
As part of Anything But the Royals day, we caught up with how all the local schools are doing in the offseason. We talk Kansas with Matt Tait, Mizzou with Dave Matter and Kansas State with John Kurtz. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00-17:01) Opening RCST talking about worst feelings in sports (17:02-30:23) MLB players now face 10-game suspensions if in violation of the substance rule (30:24-46:20) Matt Tait of the LJ World & KUSports.com (46:21-1:00:11) U.S. Open talk: Bryson and Brooks (1:00:12-End) Chiefs: Chris Jones moving to DE?
(0:00-15:08) Opening RCST talking about KU-Missouri and some CFP expansion discussion (15:09-32:18) Matt Tait of the LJ World & KUSports.com (32:19-42:22) More on possible College Football Playoff Expansion (42:23-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports
(0:00-19:35) Opening RCST discussing KU football landing 6 new Buffalo transfers (19:36-37:20) Matt Tait of the LJ World & KUSports.com (37:21-57:21) Do We Give a Bleep? (57:22-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks KU Football
(0:00-18:57) Opening RCST talking about KU landing Remy Martin (18:58-36:59) Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World & KUSports.com (37:00-55:59) KU Football talk after Leipold, Kotelnicki and Borland speak to the media (56:00-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports
5-13-21 The Zone talks to Matt Tait of KUSports.com on the Lance Leipold hire and KU Hoops, plus we hear an interesting story for NFL writer Michael Silver's podcast from an evening he spend with Kid from Kid N Play and the late Derrick Thomas. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00-21:55) Opening RCST discussing goatees in sports and if Remy Martin is now the top fit for KU’s open spot (21:56-37:37) Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World & KUSports.com (37:38-54:39) #RCSTrivia West Final between Tate and Andrew (54:40-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks KU Football and a little KU Basketball
(0:00-15:55) Opening RCST discussing controversy amid #RCSTrivia (15:56-27:04) Leipold hires several new assistants from his previous stop (27:05-40:15) Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World and KUSports.com (40:16-1:08:02) #RCSTrivia Sizzling 16 continues (1:08:03-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks KU Football coaching staff
(0:00-20:40) Opening RCST discussing KU Football hiring Lance Leipold as the new head coach (20:41-36:26) Joshua Brisco of Sports Radio 810, Time’s Ours and SI Now talks Chiefs and the NFL Draft (36:27-1:06:11) #RCSTrivia finishes out the 2nd round (1:06:12-1:24:10) Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World and KUSports.com (1:24:11-End) Brandon McAnderson, former Orange Bowl RB & Jayhawk Radio Network Sideline Analyst, talks KU Football
(0:00-17:25) Opening RCST talking about (17:26-33:29) Matt Tait of the LJ-World and KUSports.com (33:30-1:16:12) #RCSTrivia continues on in the first round (1:16:13-End) Former Chiefs legend Neil Smith joins Rock Chalk Sports Talk brought to you by CBD American Shaman
(0:00-24:16) Opening RCST talking KU hiring a new Athletic Director and his first big decision with KU Football (24:17-28:19) National Championship recap (28:20-50:06) Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World and KUSports.com (50:07-1:08:06) RCST Trivia (1:08:07-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks College Basketball
Matt Tait joins Bink to talk about the new Kansas AD and what that means for the football team and the stadium going forward. Then Bink updates you on his mock draft and some audio from the newest Chiefs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3-23-21 The Zone talks to Matt Tait of KUSports.com to recap the Jayhawks loss last night against USC and the season as a whole, plus Jason did a deep dive of Conference's Tournament performances and we update the Shane Show Region. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00-21:31) Opening RCST talking about what KU's lineups could look like without Wilson and Dave/Tristan possibly returning (21:32-46:36) Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World and KUSports.com (46:37-1:10:01) Favorite cinderellas and bracket underdogs (1:10:02-1:26:16) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports (1:26:17-End) Final CBB Draft
Lawrence Journal World Sports Editor Matt Tait let us all know that Jalen Wilson has missed the trip to Indy with the Jayhawks and he's here to tell us what it all means. We also get his insight on the AD search and talk about his journey from the Bonner Springs Chieftain to Sports Editor at LJW and www.kusports.com. Matt has done it all and still finds time to play guitar and jam with his dad's local band. This is a man living his best life and I'm proud to call him a friend.
We’re joined by Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal World to get caught up on the Les Miles saga at Kansas. It seems more and more likely Kansas will have to part ways with the coach and we’ll wait to see if AD Jeff Long survives. The Royals were drafted awuffly low by MLB.com to make it to this years World Series and there’s a new league trying to compete with the NCAA. We get back into What’s Trending before we get out of here for the weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00-16:41) Opening RCST discussing KU’s win over Oklahoma State starting to look really good (16:43-41:53) Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World & KUSports.com (41:54-56:19) Can KU catch Kentucky in wins this year, and All-Big 12 talk (56:20-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports
3:30pm-Jim Meehan, The Spokesman-Review3:45pm-Grayson Grundhoefer, SicEm365.com Recruiting Analyst4:00pm-Andy Katz, March Madness 365 Podcast4:30pm-Matt Tait, Lawrence-Journal World5:00pm-Grant Teaff, Former Baylor Football Coach
(0:00-17:26) Opening RCST talking about KU-Texas (17:27-40:18) Matt Tait of the LJ-World & KUSports.com (41:12-58:56) Dave Ommen of Bracketville discusses bracketology and KU’s seeding (59:18-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks Big 12 Hoops
(0:00-8:01) Opening RCST talking about why KU has to paste K-State tonight (8:02-27:13) Matt Tait of the LJ World and KUSports.com (27:14-44:55) KU has a new offensive coordinator (44:56-1:02:44) Super Bowl talk: Chiefs-Bucs (1:02:45-1:26:05) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports (1:26:06-End) This is KU’s chance to pick up steam
(0:00-14:40) Opening RCST discussing Bill Self’s comments on Hawk Talk last night (14:41-25:21) Unleash Dajuan Harris (25:22-45:59) Matt Tait of the LJ-World & KUSports.com (46:00-) What will be the big lineup change for KU Basketball? (-End) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports