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Sean and I talk about the Colorado game and what the stats say. Obviously, we talk about the defense and how it has gotten worse over the last couple years. But is the secondary really to blame? Is there another position that is not meeting expectations? One unit is severely disappointing this season.
There were a couple noticeable moves in the Colorado game. We talk about the re-appearance of Oregon's power running attack and how Taj Griffin fits into the offense.
Taylor Alie and Jeff Lockie are now sharing time at quarterback. Is Alie that good? What do we make of a two-quarterback system? Is Vernon Adams going to be back soon and is he actually that much better than the other QBs?
Jim Basnight is a journalist that publishes a Husky hoops subscriber only blog at www.huskydigest.com. With a decidedly NW focus, Jim covers everything from the newest potential star on the play grounds and gyms in this rainy region to the greats of yester year. This week Jim welcomes Montana Head Coach Travis Decuire and he and WSU expert Jay Townsend preview the Montana Griz and the Big Sky Conference, plus all of the NW Hoop Scoop.
Tune in for this very exciting episode of the BYGP Locker Room Show, with quarterback guru, Taylor Barton! There are traits and signs that show us the difference between a good quarterback and a great quarterback. In high school, college and pro football, your team will not go far without a very good or great quarterback. Coach Barton, has played quarterack at the university of Washington and has worked with many star quarterbacks like Aaron Rodgers, Carson Palmer and Derek Anderson throughout the years.
Find out why they all believe he is one of the best QB coaches in the country and find out how you can improve your game in this episode. Let's take advantage!
In this episode of the Red Light Sports Ramble, Royal Purple sports editor Kevin Cunningham joins the show to talk about UW-Whitewater Football and preview this weekends DIII National Semi-finals.
In this episode of the Red Light Sports Ramble; Evan and Troy welcome UW-Whitewater Head Football Coach Lance Leipold to the show. He will talk about the journey of the 2013 UW-Whitewater Football team and how they are going to prepare to try and repeat in 2014.
Global Innovation Exchange (GIX) is being funded and built in collaboration with Microsoft. It will pair UW students with international students to form teams. Those teams will work to solve real problems for real partner businesses. Microsoft, which has provided $40 million in initial funding, will be the first lead partner. Join us as we talk about this new game-changing international tech institute in Bellevue which will redefine the region.
Hello everyone and welcome to the first ever addition of the UW Dawg Pound "Dawgcast." This podcast will be dedicated to covering the basketball team. We dove right in in the first episode, discussing everything from the transfers of Nigel Williams Goss and Jernard Jarreau, to the new recruiting class and the hiring of Will Conroy, and much, much more.
This time of the year is relatively quiet for the basketball team, but I am hoping to get a follow up podcast, touching on recruiting and the North Seattle summer league, so stay tuned. As far as the season goes, it is my hope that we will have a new Dawgcast bimonthly to be able to follow the rise of the team more closely, as well as to discuss the rest of the league. But, I am getting ahead of myself, for now, I hope you enjoy the first episode!
I would like to say thank you first and foremost to my co-host on the Dawgcast, and friend Ben Knibbe. Ben put in tireless hours editing, and re-editing this episode, and when he thought he was done, he had to re-edit some more. This wouldn't have been possible without him.
I would also like to thank Paul Rodgers, Host of the Seattle Sin Bin and senior writer for Sonics Rising. He helped me wade through the confusion of trying to start a podcast, and was more than willing to answer all of my painstakingly simple questions. Paul, thank you.
I would also like to thank Steve Stearns, writer for Sonics Rising. He is an incredibly talented muscian, and he provided the awesome intro song for our podcast. I thanked him at the conclusion of our podcast, but unfortunately it was deleted, so I will say it here: thank you Steve.
Okay, enough with all of the touchyfeely stuff, enjoy the Dawgcast!
Dr. Charles W. Sorensen has had a long and productive career in public higher education, serving with distinction in three states, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. He is in his 25th year as Chancellor at UW-Stout, and has focused sharply on promoting high quality academic programs and reaching out to the private sector in a broad range of economic development interests. He has served on a number of statewide committees fostering economic development and most recently chaired the Research to Jobs Implementation Task Force for the University of Wisconsin System.
Under his leadership, UW-Stout has been transformed to a digital campus. A modern, state-of-the-art information technology network supports a vibrant laptop program, which has transformed both the teaching and learning environment. All students lease a laptop as an admissions requirement which provides a level technology playing field for all students. UW-Stout has become a state-wide leader in online education as well, reaching 2,000 students annually, meeting the needs of the non-traditional student in Wisconsin and world-wide.
He has supported UW-Stout’s long tradition of focused, applied education and led the effort that resulted in the UW System Board of Regents designating UW-Stout as Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University. Under his leadership, the university, in partnership with the City of Menomonie, Xcel Energy, the Stout University Foundation, established the successful Stout Business and Technology Park. The university has earned distinction for its technology transfer efforts, headquartered in the on-campus Discovery Center.
In 2001, the university was awarded the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the only full university to achieve this distinction.
Dr. Sorensen has three degrees in history, with a doctorate from Michigan State University.
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