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West of Everest: An Oklahoma Football Podcast
Ep. 211 - Will OU Follow the Blueprint to a Win Over Texas?

West of Everest: An Oklahoma Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 108:50


In the opening take, Lee plays some sound from Alex Grinch and talks about how mad he was after the Kansas State game. Then Grant joins to talk briefly about his terrible food takes before getting more serious about Grinch and the defensive woes (5:40). Is Bijan Robinson the entire Texas offense? How much should we take from the Texas-Arkansas game? How did Sark decide on Hudson Card as the opening day starter over Casey Thompson (23:00)? After looking really good against Arkansas, Rice, and Texas Tech, Casey Thompson had mixed results against TCU. What is the blueprint for OU's defense against the Texas offense (32:00)? Texas has more RBs than just Bijan Robinson. A Texas starter on the O-Line is out for the year, plus we wrap up OU's defense vs the Texas offense (40:45). This Texas defense has a lot of similarities to the defense OU just saw. Texas is not very good against the run and at times the Horns invite teams to run the ball (50:30). Which Spencer Rattler will show up at the Cotton Bowl (59:45)? The guys provide their final thoughts predicitions for OU-Texas (1:04:10). We hit on Justin Harrington reportedly entering the Transfer Portal, and would you want to see Bookie back on the team this year (1:14:10)? We take a look at the Big 12. WVU is at Baylor and TCU travels to Texas Tech. Grant thinks TCU may be bad (1:18:00). Grant's been red hot making picks recently. 9-1 in his last 10. Let's see if he can stay hot this week as the guys pick Michigan State-Rutgers/Arkansas-Ole Miss/Georgia-Auburn/Penn State-Iowa/Michigan-Nebraska (1:23:10). Finally, Grant has a weird feeling that there could be a massive upset this week in college football (1:43:00). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9

The Trick Play Podcast
TTP #87: Le Résumé de la Week 2 ! Oregon fait tomber Ohio State et des upsets en pagaille

The Trick Play Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 55:06


Retour sur une week 2 de folie en 55 minutes. Match de la semaine (Oregon-Ohio State): 0:40 - 11:04 Les gros matchs (Iowa-Iowa State, Texas-Arkansas et Stanford-USC): 11:04 - 22:09 Et puis le tour des conférences… SEC: 22:09 - 30:15 PAC-12: 30:15 - 34:07 ACC: 34:07 - 40:04 B10: 40:04 - 44:10 BIG 12: 44:10 - 45:57 Group of 5: 45:57 - 51:16 MVP de la semaine: 51:16 - Fin

Stories Inside the Man Cave
Episode 89 with Lance Gunn: The Texas/Arkansas football rivalry

Stories Inside the Man Cave

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 48:47


Episode 89 in Fayetteville, Arkansas with Lance Gunn.This episode is dedicated to the renewing of one of college football's best rivalries: Texas vs Arkansas Our VIP guest is former Longhorn defensive back great, Lance Gunn who played the Razorbacks twice on the road (1989 & 1991) and Gunn delivers some insight on this special rivalry.Both segments are dedicated to the Longhorns and Razorbacks game on Saturday.A special thanks to saxtoninsurance.com & Cosmic Coffee + Beer GardenSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/StoriesManCave)

Aaron Torres Sports Podcast
Villanova's Jay Wright joins the show! Plus Full Week 2 CFB preview, Big 12 expansion and more

Aaron Torres Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 59:24


It's a mega Friday episode as Aaron welcomes two-time national champion and now Hall of Famer Jay Wright to the show! The Villanova coach discusses the Hall of Fame, old school Big East rivalries, coaching the Olympics and his 2021-2022 Wildcats. Before that, Aaron does a deep dive into Week 2 of the college football season and discusses the Big 12's expansion plans, which could be announced Friday. Here's a rundown:Full Week 2 CFB Preview + Big 12 Expansion: Aaron opens the show by discussing an intriguing Week 2 college football slate. He explains why he's not sold on Oregon as they head to Ohio State (4:00) and why Jim Harbaugh has a must-win game vs. Washington (12:30). He then previews Iowa-Iowa State (18:10), Texas-Arkansas (21:00) and Missouri-Kentucky (25:45), before transitioning to Big 12 expansion. Will the league actually get the respect it deserves, with BYU, Cincinnati, Houston and UCF expected to join as early as Friday (31:30)Villanova coach Jay Wright joins the show: Next, we have a MEGA guest, as Villanova coach Jay Wright joins the show, as he gets set to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday (41:00). He discusses what the honor means, his best memories of coaching at Villanova and what it was like to coach the US Olympic team this summer. Then he talks old school Big East rivalries and his 2021-2022 which most people believe is one of the Top 5 teams in the country. 

CFB Channel Surfing Podcast
College Football Week 2!

CFB Channel Surfing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 99:55


Abel, Billy & Sean recap a memorable Week 1, including Georgia smothering Clemson, Alabama running over Miami, & a slew of bizarre upsets. Then they discuss a decent Week 2, including Ohio State-Oregon, Iowa-Iowa State, Texas-Arkansas, & Utah-BYU. Please rate & subscribe! :D

CFB Podcast with Herbie, Pollack & Negandhi
Week 2 Picks with Joey Galloway, Adam Rittenberg Empties the Notebook

CFB Podcast with Herbie, Pollack & Negandhi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 40:36


Kevin Negandhi and Joey Galloway discuss where the gap is between the Haves and Have Nots in college football, Oklahoma's same old defensive problems, Georgia's dominant defense, positives for Notre Dame in a loss and why they both think Ohio State takes down Oregon. Then, the guys make their picks, including the Cy-Hawk game, Texas-Arkansas and Michigan-Washington. Later, Adam Rittenberg Empties the Notebook with thoughts on UCF applying for Big 12 membership, what factors the Big 12 is considering when adding members and several of the Week 1 quarterback debutants.

Cover 3 College Football Podcast
College football betting picks: Week 2 Locks (09/09)

Cover 3 College Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 78:57


The Cover 3 crew offers best bets for Week 2 in college football. Game breakdowns, previews and picks included for Michigan hosting Washington under the lights in the Big House (7:42), a top-10 battle between Iowa State and Iowa (13:45), Miami looking to rebound against Appalachian State (20:00), the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy battle between Air Force and Navy (24:10), NC State's visit to Starkville to play Mississippi State (30:00) and a Cover 3 family house divided situation with Penn State and Ball State (33:15). Plus, Cal-TCU (38:50), Virginia-Illinois (40:10), Oklahoma State-Tulsa (42:30), Texas-Arkansas (47:10), the headline game of the weekend in Ohio State-Oregon (51:33) and much more including our MoneyLine Sprinkles for Week 2.  Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Schooner Pod: An Oklahoma Sooners Podcast
The Weekend Spread: Week 2 Picks

The Schooner Pod: An Oklahoma Sooners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 60:52


After a wild Week 1, the hits keep coming with another packed slate of games. Join Bobby, Jamison, Ty and Boatin' Blake as they pick Oregon @ Ohio State, Iowa @ Iowa State, Texas @ Arkansas, and more! (Recorded on 9/6, some lines may vary) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/schoonerpod/message

Crimson & Cream Machine: For Oklahoma Sooners fans
Blatant Homerism: Gambling picks for Texas-Arkansas, CyHawk, Michigan-Washington and more

Crimson & Cream Machine: For Oklahoma Sooners fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 22:53


Blatant Homerism host Allen Kenney and The Skinny reconvene for another episode of their college football handicapping contest. After recapping an uninspiring win by the Oklahoma Sooners over the Tulane Green Wave last week, they break down some of their favorite bets for week two. Games covered include the CyHawk game between Iowa and Iowa State, Texas-Arkansas, Michigan-Washington and more. They close with thoughts on what they want to see from the Sooners this week again Western Carolina. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Targeting: College Football Podcast

The guys react to an electric start to the college football season, including winners and losers from week 1. Big game previews for:-Oregon @ OSU -14.5-Iowa @ Iowa St. -4.5Quick hitters:-Texas @ Arkansas +6.5-Washington @ Michigan -7Stay to for the conclusion of the pod with the best bets and Whale Package!

Bet The Board
College Football Week 2 Betting Picks: Ohio St-Oregon, Iowa-Iowa St, Texas-Arkansas

Bet The Board

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 76:48


Place all your Football Bets this season at Fanduel.com/BetTheBoard and start with a FREE $1,000 Week 2 of the College Football Season is upon us and the boys from BetTheBoardPodcast.com are back to break down all the big games. Todd Fuhrman and Payne Insider deliver key metrics, information, coaching advantages, and matchup analysis to help you make more informed decisions at the betting window. They also unveil the very first iteration of their College Football Top 10 power rated teams this season. ▶️ College Football's Real Top 10 (7:35) ▶️ Oregon at Ohio State (20:56) ▶️ Iowa at Iowa State (33:25) ▶️ Texas at Arkansas (45:39) ▶️ Washington at Michigan (57:47) ▶️ BEST BET

Longhorn Blitz
The Flagship: Former Arkansas coach Houston Nutt talks Texas, Steve Sarkisian

Longhorn Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 49:40


On this week's interview edition of The Flagship Podcast, we talk to CBS college football analyst Houston Nutt, who was the head coach at Arkansas the last time Texas played the Razorbacks in Fayetteville (in 2004). It's now official Texas and Arkansas will kick off on Sept. 11 in Fayetteville at 6 pm CT, so who better to give perspective on what that game will mean to Razorbacks' fans than Nutt? Hint: Nutt said it would be Arkansas fans' "Super Bowl." Nutt grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas, going to Texas-Arkansas games with his father and three other brothers. He talks about how he got caught up in his childhood fandom when he did the Horns down following a Cotton Bowl victory over Texas capping the 1999 season - and the backlash he received from Mack Brown. Nutt talks about his memories of that 2004 game between Texas and Arkansas, a game in which the then-No. 7 Longhorns escaped with a 22-20 victory over an unranked UA team. Nutt also provides some interesting observations of Mack Brown that were picked up when Nutt, Brown and other high-profile college head coaches were part of a tour of the Middle East in 2009 in support of U.S. troops. Those observations lead Nutt to talk about the challenges Steve Sarkisian now faces as the head coach at Texas.  Nutt, an offensive-minded head coach who called his own plays while at Arkansas and Ole Miss, comments on what he likes about Sarkisian's offense. Nutt also provides a scouting report on the 2021 Razorbacks. As the last recruit ever signed by former Arkansas coach Frank Broyles (before Nutt ultimately transferred to Oklahoma State), Nutt talks about the history of the Texas-Arkansas rivalry and his memories of Broyles taking on former Texas coach Darrell Royal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The KrisAnne Hall Show
Episode 1305 Texas Arkansas Tell Feds to Take a Hike

The KrisAnne Hall Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2021 54:03


Several important constitutional issues today, from gun rights, right to remain silent and the sovereignty of the States all at issue in an America run by the greedy, wicked, and ignorant politicians and political parties. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-krisanne-hall-show/support

RBR+TVBR InFOCUS Podcast
RBR+TVBR InFOCUS Podcast: Richard Burns, Frontier Media

RBR+TVBR InFOCUS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2020 12:36


Frontier Media in February 2017 became the first licensee of a radio station in the U.S. to be 100% foreign owned. At the time, there was zero opposition to the request, which the FCC granted. Now, Richard Burns is the proud -- and successful -- owner of stations in Alaska and along the Texas/Arkansas border.What’s this Australian's perspective on ownership, especially given the much-different atmosphere seen today in locales such as Juneau, Alaska, compared to then?"A friend of mine once said, 'There are no good radio stations, only good radio people,' and I think that is absolutely right," Burns tells Editor-in-Chief Adam R Jacobson in this fresh RBR+TVBR InFOCUS Podcast.Learn more about how Burns' ownership of radio stations is "a dream come true" by listening now to this audio report!

Weird and Feared
Phantom Killings of Texarkana

Weird and Feared

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2019 84:31


While a man can become infamous through his good deeds and charitable actions, another can gain notoriety from his cold blooded violence and sheer brutality. Everything has a beginning. Everything has an end. But not everything can become legendary. Not everything can capture the imagination of generations. Not everything should, but alas, here we are. In 1946 a series of gruesome murders took place along the Texas-Arkansas border, a series of murders that demanded one exceptional Texas Ranger. Texas is a wild place. This is the story of The Phantom Killer and the Texarkana Moonlight Murders; another piece in the puzzle of what constitutes the origins of American horror. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weirdandfeared/support

Don't Look Under The Bed!
Episode 49: Road Trip USA – R/CANS/ASS – R/CAN/SAW – Part 2: Texarkana Moonlight Murders

Don't Look Under The Bed!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2019 64:04


Episode 49: Road Trip USA – R/CANS/ASS – R/CAN/SAW – Part 2 Texarkana Moonlight Murders Wrapping things up in Arkansas we heading to the Texas/Arkansas boarders for Moonlight murders by the “Phantom Killer”. This story sounds like an episode of River Dale. We are parking the RV at Lover’s Lane for this fun and informative episode. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texarkana_Moonlight_Murders Be sure to subscribe to our Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCivk-vkHN7GzpSkNQz_a5SQ... Rate and review us on ITUNES visit our website for the up to date news dontlookunderthebed.net and follow us on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/dontlookunder - twitter @dlutb - Enjoy what we put in your ears? Our Patreon is now taking donations https://www.patreon.com/dlutb or you can PayPal us at dontlookunderthebedpodcast@gmail.com  Got a question or topic for us to go over? email us at dontlookunderthebedpodcast@gmail.com

Grimerica Outlawed
-16 - Interrupting Essays #2 - John Keels speech to the Congress of Scientific Ufologists, NYC 1967

Grimerica Outlawed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2018 41:01


Graham reads, Darren Interrupts.  http://themothman.wikia.com/wiki/John_Keel   Keels speech to the Congress of scientific ufologists, NYC 1967   I'm sorry but this award and the Plaque you have given me really threw me off the track. This is a complete surprise to me, nonetheless, I have a very sensational speech. I'm going to tell you where the flying saucers come from and I'm going to tell you all the secrets of the saucers. I have been chasing these things for over a year. I've traveled in some 20 states, and talked to thousands of people who have seen these things and I have seen quite a few of them myself. One of them came down very close to the car I was in and scared the living daylights out of me on the night of April 3, down in West Virginia.   I spent a lot of time down there as some of you know chasing the Moth man, buuuut. never caught him. We may do a tv series on the Moth Man. I started out a year ago to apply the so-called scientific method to saucer sightings. I started checking out reports from all over the country. I ended up with 10,000 reports from the year 1966. I have tried and I am still trying to sort these into categories. The times that the objects were seen, the kind of objects seen, the type of witness and so on, in the hope that this information will give us some clue as to what they are.    Buuttt as I plunge deeper into this mystery I discovered that the flying saucers are not the mystery. The mystery is something else. The mystery is more in what we call contactees and ufo landings. I think these objects are doing some things here stealthily at the low level all over the country, all over the world and that they are doing them constantly. I would like to read to you a typical contactee story, from the daily tex arcananian of Tex Arcana Arkansas.    The date is April 25,  it says that on Friday night, one Judge Lawrence Burn who was a distinguished man for his honesty among the community was driving along the bayou, outside of Tex Arcana. He saw what he described as a large aluminum disk on the ground. He went over to this things and there were three people there and he talked with them… or tried to talk with him.    They couldn't understand him and he could not understand them. They were speaking in some kind of strange foreign language, they were slight in stature and they had oriental eyes, dark skin, and high cheekbones. He thought they were Japanese, even though he could not talk with him, they took him aboard this machine and allowed him to examine it. They gave him a guided tour through the machine and when they let him out the thing took off and flew away. Now, there is nothing too remarkable about this story because we have been hearing them all the time for the last 20 years.   But this story is dated April 25, 1897. It is but one of the hundreds of contact stories from 1897, and they all fall into the same category. It has only been in the last year that researchers around the country and around the world have begun to go back to old newspapers to try to find out what these dirigible shaped objects were. There were no dirigible's then. A few years later Count Von Zeppelin came along with his Zeppelin.  The experiments with lighter than aircraft up until that time had been very unfortunate. They crashed or they weren't about 20 miles and blew up. So, you all have heard of these famous sightings, and we have all kinds of contact stories. Many of them compare favorably with each other even though they were not widely circulated at the time. The majority of contact stories describe the pilots as being normal looking people.    The judge said he thought he ran into some Japanese people, but the majority of them had been described as being normal looking people who could speak English very well. At least in the united state's reports. There is a mysterious woman described in several of these. In fact, in a series of accounts ranging from Texas Arkansas, and into California we have 3 passengers described. One was an elderly man with a beard, another was a younger man and a third was a woman. These three people of three people like them were apparently seen all over the country during that flap. Now you know where this leads us. It sort of indicates that maybe Adamsky was telling the truth after all.   Maybe a lot of these people are telling the truth and yet their stories are contradictory. All of these witnesses in 1897 were told something different. Naturally, the whole world was in an uproar over this mysterious dirigible. Actually, there were a lot of them because on the same day you find a dirigible was seen over Chicago, one was seen over Texas and one over London. There were too many of them, there must have been several of these machines flying around. You find that when witnesses approached the pilots on the ground and asked them where they were from they all got a different answer.  In only one case did the pilot mention outer space.    And in that case, they said they had just built this thing and that they were going to try and fly to Mars in it. In all of the other cases, they claimed that they were local inventors from Indiana and/or Nebraska. In every case, they gave a different story and said that the full details of the invention would be released to the world any day now. In a couple of cases, they mentioned the world situation at the time in 1897.   They said, that as soon as Cuba is free they would release their information to the world. The point is that they were deliberately lying to the witnesses. Obviously all of the witnesses or some of them. The Judge, the police officers, and so on may not have been making up the stories, they may have made up some details as often happens, but I think these people were being lied to. And I think that these people today, the contactees are being lied to. There is an enormous contactee situation going on right now this week throughout the country.    These are what are called silent contactees. You never hear about them. They never make any noise. In fact, their next-door neighbors don't know their stories. As I travel I dig out these people and sometimes it is a lot of hard work. Sometimes, two weeks of work to locate or track down one rumor and talk with people. They all tell me basically the same things, except for the content of the messages they have received. Woodrow derinburger in West Virginia says that he was told these spacemen come from Languorous.    And you are familiar with other stories when the names of planets like Clarion and Mazer and so on have been mentioned. The truth is that the flying saucers don't want us to know where they come from. They are quite willing to contact us and they do contact us frequently. They contact individuals on a highway, they contact people on farms in isolated spots. And there is a lot of it going on… I can't prove any of this in a short talk but you have to believe that I have the documentation. I have talked to many people.    I have fascinating tape recordings, some made in New Jersey and some made in West Virginia. If you play them side by side the people are telling the same story, although they have never heard of each other. their Story's have never been published. These are not the kind of stories that people like George Adamsky have been telling. These are details about the craft, and about the type of beings that have approached them. There are other details as well.  When I find a new contactee, I have a questionnaire of 8 questions.    If they answer these questions right, I tend to believe their story. I find also, that the majority of these new contactees are women. There are very few men. I think this probably has been the case throughout, perhaps we usually think of women as being talkative, but I think women are also less skeptical and easier to approach. We also have a number of cases where people have become frightened and have gone police complaining that these things have landed in their backyards and that these spacemen were trying to talk to them.    While the police keep a record of this they make fun of these people who report. When I walked into a police station (that is always my first stop) they say…. aaaahhhh we got a nut down the road that claims these things are landing in their backyard. So, I go and talk with that “nut” who is usually a woman and she usually has the same story that I heard a hundred times. I could practically recite it, but I won't. As I say these are details that I am keeping to myself, although now I am beginning to spread them among a few investigators. We are using these details to check out and possibly confirm these stories.    An object landed in a rather desolate place in Long Island on April 14, 1967. The witness was driving an automobile and the car stalled. He saw a door open on the object and some kind of mechanical device got out of the object. It was not a person, but the witness was able to see inside the object. He said he saw dials and so on. There were a few details in this story that confirm the details we have heard elsewhere. He said the mechanical device got out and shoveled up some dirt. Just like the rover we sent to the moon. Two weeks earlier on March 31, something supposedly landed on a farm in Wellington Texas.    The witness Carol Wayne Watts said he did not see anybody but that a door opened and he heard a voice that had invited him aboard. He walked aboard the thing and a voice told him they would take them for a ride if he would submit to a physical examination. He refused to submit to the physical examination, he got off the thing and it took off. There was one detail to his story that has gone unpublished. When I learned that one detail I tended to believe his story was true.    I think we now have many thousands of these stories going unnoticed. Because nobody is investigating them. the Air Force investigation as it has been said here many times is a joke. If you report a sighting to the Air Force they will mail you a form that is idiotic. They will mail this form and expect you to fill it out and mail it back to them. And they will put it in their file. I you fail to come up with one little detail, like what the temperature was when you saw the object they classify it as insufficient and then put it in their “insufficient” file.    They don't record it in their statistics. In some cases, and I have talked to people who have gone through it, they have reported a low-level sighting or have reported that their automobile has been pressed by these objects. In those cases, the air force may make several phone calls. These calls will usually come a long distance from Wright Patterson and sometimes be as long as 3 hours. Some person at Wright Patterson grills these people very carefully about detail. And it is obvious to the witness that a form is being filled out on the other end. A much more elaborate form that the one that is mailed out.  I've gone to the Air Force and said “in not interested in this form that is mailed out and I would like to see the other one.    The one you use on the phone calls. They say “oh we haven't got anything like that” so then I produce tapes of these people who told me the story and the questions they were asked. Maybe of the questions asked in these phone conversations seem quite relevant to the flying saucer problem. Obviously, the air force and the governments are aware of what is going on but they are not paying attention to the individual sightings. Nobody could afford to. They are, however, paying a great deal of attention to the areas where the sighings are constant. Sightings are constant in West Virginia, they are constant in Indiana, Kansas, and Nebraska.    We sometimes have 150 sightings in one day around the country. The scope of this thing is unimaginable and it goes unreported by the major media. The local newspapers often carry headlines about saucer sightings and feature editorials asking why doesn't somebody tell us something.  When I write articles they often carry them on the editorial page. Many newspapers have dropped the word UFO altogether and now call them spaceships and will say “another spaceship was seen last night by 89 people” in areas with sporadic UFO activity the air force pretends to be out of touch with the situations.    However, when we have an area where sighting is constant we also have Constance air force activity in the air. This comes in the form of flying box cases. A very large cargo plane that looks rather weird. These air force box cars fly at treetop level and are loaded with instrumentation. I notice areas whether it be West Virginia, Indiana or long island these planes fly back and forth all night long over areas here ufos have landed. They are keeping an eye out they obviously have instrumentation. They seem to be trying to do something about the ufos.    Trying to makes one determination but they don't want publicity. I have not written any articles on the aspect of this yet, but I've got a whopper coming up soon. Right now everybody is accusing the CIA of investigating the ufos. I wish the CIA would begin by investigating itself. AS you know they have a very big building outside of Washington DC. It has a sign pointing to the Bureau of public roads. Everybody knows this means it's the CIA building. If you really want to go out to the CIA building.    There is a limo that leaves every day from the front of the Soviet embassy, which will take you there. The CIA has denied to me personally that they have had any interest in the UFO subject since 1953. Ie since the Robertson Report. But some other agency, the NSA is VERY interested and they investigating these things in great detail. It is not the air force and it is not the CIA. This brings us to the Men in Black.  MIB.  Whoever they are. they were out in the state of Washington a month ago. They went through 8 communities. It was like a blitzkrieg. There was a tremendous UFO flap out there, including the disappearances of many of the dogs which goes hand in hand with all of this. You may have heard about it, we always have dognapping for some reason. God knows what the UFO' are doing with Dogs. Whenever there is a really big flap these mystery men turn up.    They went through several Washington communities and told the witnesses to keep quiet about what they had seen. When the local newspapers tried to do some UFO stories and went around to the witnesses, the witnesses said: “ we were told not to talk”. I talked to the reporter that carried out the investigation and I got the names of some of the witnesses and called them up. I tried to get something out of them. They would not deny that they had seen these things and it would have been easy for them to do that. they are honest people. They just said they could not say anything about it. They had been warned to keep quiet.    The same thing has been happening out on Long Island and many of the other sectors. Within 30 miles of New York, there have been several Men in Black cases the last two weeks. I have come within a couple of hours of catching one of them impersonating an officer. I have reported this to the air force. I have given them the numbers that were on the phony identification cards this MIB carried. I practically demanded that the air force push this thing through. I have also been to the FBI with this and I, still running around out here trying to catch these MIB. I have high hopes that one of these days I will. Maybe then we will find out a little bit more about why they want to suppress the fact that something is happening not only in our skies but also on the ground where these things are landing.    They must have a reason for it. The MIB were doing the same thing in 1897. IN one case an object fell out of one of the airship's when it flew over a field. the object was simply a piece of pottery with very strange writing on it. This object was displayed in a local store in Texas. A day or so later a man no one had seen in town before came through the town and bought the object. He paid a great deal of money for it and he looked like an oriental. His skin was dark, he had high cheekbones, he had narrow slanting eyes.    The full report was in the newspapers of 1897. Today some of the drivers of these MIB cars, mostly black Cadillac have been described the same way. So, possibly we have been accusing the air force, the CIA, and the NSA unjustly. Maybe somebody else is interested in keeping these things quiet. I hope that very soon we will have some answers.    MIB 1967/1968 saucer news spring summer 1969 - Speaking before a closed session of the Congress of the scientific ufologists in New York of June 1967 I warned that the MIB incidents were on the increase and that we could possibly expect to hear more from these mystery men in the coming months. Later in the pages of the Saucer News, I predicted that more and more UFO researchers would be having direct personal experience with the UFO phenomenon. I stressed that further silencings were likely to occur.    Take a look at the record. I the past year an almost staggering number of longtime UFOlogists have suddenly quit the scene. Some have stopped answering mail altogether and two have refused to speak to any of their UFOLigical friends on the telephone. 6 important UFO personalities have died. Whole regional investigating organizations have collapsed and their leaders have publicly disavowed their interest in the phenomenon. They are now living in bewildered fear concerned over disappearing mail and perplexed by the antics of their telephones. The main topic at the 1968 congress of scientific UFOlogists held in Cleveland Ohio was the MIB.    Some researchers were claiming that they have been followed by black Cadillacs and have even been shot at. unknown intruders broke into hotel rooms, automobiles private homes during this hectic year to steal only UFO research papers, documentation and photographs. There were literally scores of these incidents. Some of the people that were trapped in these bizarre situations were newspapermen, writers, and independent researchers not know to the UFOlgocial mainstream. A UFO chasing newsman in Philly was reportedly shot at while in a laundromat while another reporter in West Virginia was repeatedly harassed.    Accounts of identical harassments came in from Canada, Mexico city, Sweden and even Germany. No place being safe. Even TV producers, writings and personalities concerned with UFO's have admitted to me in confidence that they too have been undergoing all kinds of strange experiences. One changes his unlisted home number 3 times and still the harassment continued. Another had his phone taken out altogether. Those who have been on the outside of this have read the very reports with sarcasm and disbelief. But it has all been horrifyingly real to the hard-working researchers who have been probing into strange and revealing cases in their own areas. The old explanations for blaming the government may be invalid. It is abundantly clear that a mysterious third party is involved.    A party who seems to be directly related to the UFO phenomenon itself. If you want to try to understand what is really going on you must shelve your personal beliefs and try base your conclusions upon the obvious elements now taking place among all over the world. The subject is most complicated and a simple explanation is not possible. You must prepare yourself to understand the complex big picture. The knowledge of history is more important than the knowledge of astronomy.    Mankind lies at the core of the mystery. Man kinds past and future are directly involved and will be affected seriously affected, so try and broaden your general knowledge and base your speculations on the available facts. Not upon wishful thinking. When you are on the right track you will know it. Your phone will start ringing but their won't be anyone on the other end. or there may come a soft rap on your door in the middle of the night.    Then you will howl with indignation “why didn't someone tell us what this was all about”. Somebody has been telling you, over and over and over again… but you haven't been listening.

New Books Network
Jesse Berrett, “Pigskin Nation: How the NFL Remade American Politics” (U Illinois Press, 2018)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2018 54:04


Today we are joined by Jesse Berrett, author of Pigskin Nation: How the NFL Remade American Politics (University of Illinois Press, 2018). Berrett is a high school history teacher at University High School in San Francisco. He earned a PhD in History at the University of California, Berkeley, and has worked as a rock critic, television columnist, and book reviewer. In his new book, Berrett looks at the National Football League of the late 1960s and early 1970s, and how President Richard M. Nixon channeled his love for football into a useful tool to achieve political goals. Going to college football games like the 1969 Texas-Arkansas clash, talking baseball or drawing up plays for NFL coaches was not only a truly passionate response by Nixon, but also a productive wedge issue that allowed the president to connect with the audience he most coveted — conservative, middle-class American fans, particularly in the South. Nixon always identified with the underdog, and using sports metaphors about teamwork, character and a strong ethic were themes he hammered home in his speeches. Nixon is a major theme in this book, and the sports angle provides a fresh perspective on a conflicted, fascinating political figure. But Pigskin Nation also looks at how NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle saw a marketing bonanza and used politics to help pro football surpass major league baseball as America’s go-to sport. Bob D’Angelo just completed work for his master’s degree in history at Southern New Hampshire University. He earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Florida and spent more than three decades as a sportswriter and sports copy editor, including 28 years on the sports copy desk at The Tampa (Fla.) Tribune. Bob currently is a national digital content editor for Cox Media Group. Bob can be reached at bdangelo57@gmail.com. For more information and reviews, be sure to visit Bob D’Angelo’s Books and Blogs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in American Studies
Jesse Berrett, “Pigskin Nation: How the NFL Remade American Politics” (U Illinois Press, 2018)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2018 54:04


Today we are joined by Jesse Berrett, author of Pigskin Nation: How the NFL Remade American Politics (University of Illinois Press, 2018). Berrett is a high school history teacher at University High School in San Francisco. He earned a PhD in History at the University of California, Berkeley, and has worked as a rock critic, television columnist, and book reviewer. In his new book, Berrett looks at the National Football League of the late 1960s and early 1970s, and how President Richard M. Nixon channeled his love for football into a useful tool to achieve political goals. Going to college football games like the 1969 Texas-Arkansas clash, talking baseball or drawing up plays for NFL coaches was not only a truly passionate response by Nixon, but also a productive wedge issue that allowed the president to connect with the audience he most coveted — conservative, middle-class American fans, particularly in the South. Nixon always identified with the underdog, and using sports metaphors about teamwork, character and a strong ethic were themes he hammered home in his speeches. Nixon is a major theme in this book, and the sports angle provides a fresh perspective on a conflicted, fascinating political figure. But Pigskin Nation also looks at how NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle saw a marketing bonanza and used politics to help pro football surpass major league baseball as America’s go-to sport. Bob D’Angelo just completed work for his master’s degree in history at Southern New Hampshire University. He earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Florida and spent more than three decades as a sportswriter and sports copy editor, including 28 years on the sports copy desk at The Tampa (Fla.) Tribune. Bob currently is a national digital content editor for Cox Media Group. Bob can be reached at bdangelo57@gmail.com. For more information and reviews, be sure to visit Bob D’Angelo’s Books and Blogs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Popular Culture
Jesse Berrett, “Pigskin Nation: How the NFL Remade American Politics” (U Illinois Press, 2018)

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2018 2:42


Today we are joined by Jesse Berrett, author of Pigskin Nation: How the NFL Remade American Politics (University of Illinois Press, 2018). Berrett is a high school history teacher at University High School in San Francisco. He earned a PhD in History at the University of California, Berkeley, and has worked as a rock critic, television columnist, and book reviewer. In his new book, Berrett looks at the National Football League of the late 1960s and early 1970s, and how President Richard M. Nixon channeled his love for football into a useful tool to achieve political goals. Going to college football games like the 1969 Texas-Arkansas clash, talking baseball or drawing up plays for NFL coaches was not only a truly passionate response by Nixon, but also a productive wedge issue that allowed the president to connect with the audience he most coveted — conservative, middle-class American fans, particularly in the South. Nixon always identified with the underdog, and using sports metaphors about teamwork, character and a strong ethic were themes he hammered home in his speeches. Nixon is a major theme in this book, and the sports angle provides a fresh perspective on a conflicted, fascinating political figure. But Pigskin Nation also looks at how NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle saw a marketing bonanza and used politics to help pro football surpass major league baseball as America’s go-to sport. Bob D’Angelo just completed work for his master’s degree in history at Southern New Hampshire University. He earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Florida and spent more than three decades as a sportswriter and sports copy editor, including 28 years on the sports copy desk at The Tampa (Fla.) Tribune. Bob currently is a national digital content editor for Cox Media Group. Bob can be reached at bdangelo57@gmail.com. For more information and reviews, be sure to visit Bob D’Angelo’s Books and Blogs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in History
Jesse Berrett, “Pigskin Nation: How the NFL Remade American Politics” (U Illinois Press, 2018)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2018 54:04


Today we are joined by Jesse Berrett, author of Pigskin Nation: How the NFL Remade American Politics (University of Illinois Press, 2018). Berrett is a high school history teacher at University High School in San Francisco. He earned a PhD in History at the University of California, Berkeley, and has worked as a rock critic, television columnist, and book reviewer. In his new book, Berrett looks at the National Football League of the late 1960s and early 1970s, and how President Richard M. Nixon channeled his love for football into a useful tool to achieve political goals. Going to college football games like the 1969 Texas-Arkansas clash, talking baseball or drawing up plays for NFL coaches was not only a truly passionate response by Nixon, but also a productive wedge issue that allowed the president to connect with the audience he most coveted — conservative, middle-class American fans, particularly in the South. Nixon always identified with the underdog, and using sports metaphors about teamwork, character and a strong ethic were themes he hammered home in his speeches. Nixon is a major theme in this book, and the sports angle provides a fresh perspective on a conflicted, fascinating political figure. But Pigskin Nation also looks at how NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle saw a marketing bonanza and used politics to help pro football surpass major league baseball as America’s go-to sport. Bob D’Angelo just completed work for his master’s degree in history at Southern New Hampshire University. He earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Florida and spent more than three decades as a sportswriter and sports copy editor, including 28 years on the sports copy desk at The Tampa (Fla.) Tribune. Bob currently is a national digital content editor for Cox Media Group. Bob can be reached at bdangelo57@gmail.com. For more information and reviews, be sure to visit Bob D’Angelo’s Books and Blogs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Follow the Crumbs
The Great Texas-Arkansas Queso Bowl

Follow the Crumbs

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2018 35:59


In the season 1 finale, Ria and Faye insult every politician you have and haven’t heard of as they trace the origins of the greatest dish to emerge this side of the Rio Grande: queso. We also discuss the regional variations of Tex-Mex food, from the very cheesy to the less cheesy. Finally, we uncover … Continue reading The Great Texas-Arkansas Queso Bowl

Frogs O'War Podcast
Minnesota Preview

Frogs O'War Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2015 52:43


Marsh and Andrew talk about Jake Arrieta's no-hitter before Jamie hops on the phone to talk about the Minnesota game. The duo closes by discussing which other Labor Day weekend games they're most excited to see this weekend, Texas A&M, and a realization they both need a lesson in Texas-Arkansas geography.