Position TypeTeaching and Research Faculty Position NumberF52990 This faculty position will provide teaching and mentoring toPredoctoral dental students and Postdoctoral in the delivery ofendodontic patient care and in preparation for the provision ofendodontic services within a private practice in general dentistryand/or a practice limited to Endodontics. Position includesteaching, research, service, scholarly activities and patientcare. Is this employee on a H1B Visa? Applicant DocumentsRequired Documents Optional DocumentsCurriculum Vitae (CV)ResumeCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationReference Letter – 1Reference Letter – 2Reference Letter – 3Other Document Chief purpose of this position in support of above mission orgoal School/UnitSchool of Dentistry DepartmentEndodontics * How did you find out about this position?Alumni association magazineChronicle of Higher EducationCommunity eventEmail notificationHERC (Higher Ed Recruitment Consortium)Higher education publicationInternal RecruiterJob fairJob site (e.g. Monster.com)ListservNewspaperProfessional association/journalReferred by person/employeeSearch firm notificationVCU vacancy listing – eJobsOther Posting DetailsEmployees hired into Administrative and Professional positionsposted on or after July 1, 2017, will be governed by and, ifemployed on July 1, 2018 will move into the new University HumanResources System. For additional information, go tohttp://greatplace.vcu.edu. Grant funded position?No Teaching:Faculty member will have teaching responsibilities in Department ofEndodontics within the Predoctoral Curriculum. Theseresponsibilities will include didactic, preclinical and clinicalresponsibilities. Faculty member will also have teachingresponsibilities in Department of Endodontics within the AdvancedEducation Program in Endodontics. These responsibilities willinclude didactic and clinical responsibilities. All teachingresponsibilities will be in support of the integrated curriculumand may require didactic and clinical teaching in support of otherDepartments within the School of Dentistry.Research:Faculty will participate in research in an area of focus consistentwith the mission of the School of Dentistry and the Department ofEndodontics. Faculty member may work collaboratively orindependently.Service:Faculty member will serve on Departmental, School of Dentistry, andUniversity committees as assigned. Faculty members will participatein professional and community related service projects that promoteoral health and maintenance of the natural dentition.Clinical:Faculty member will provide endodontic dental care appropriate tolicensure and training to select clinical patients within theclinical practice facilities within the School of Dentistry.Faculty may also provide endodontic dental care outside the Schoolof Dentistry under the guidelines outlined by Dentistry at VCU uponapproval of the Department Chair and the Dean, School ofDentistry.Scholarship:Faculty will participate in activities within and outside of theSchool of Dentistry that further personal scholarship. These willinclude continuing education activities and academic facultydevelopment.Administrative:Faculty will direct the activities of the predoctoral endodonticsprogram and will assure that curriculum and activities ofendodontic program conforms to the teaching of the Endodonticdepartment in the School of Dentistry. Faculty will haveadministrative duties that are appropriate to the level of anassistant professor. Items such as administration of Banner andBlackboard services related to didactic and clinical teachingresponsibilities. Candidates must apply to this faculty position through theuniversity’s career website at https://www.vcujobs.com/ to beconsidered for this position. Submit cover letter, CV and threereferences; include names, email addresses and phone numbers forthe references. For further information about this position,contract the Search Chair, Dr. Janina Golob Deeb, Periodontics, inthe School of Dentistry ( [email protected] ).VCU is an urban, research institution with a richly diverseuniversity community and commitment to multicultural opportunities.Virginia Commonwealth University is an equal opportunity,affirmative action university providing access to education andemployment without regard to age, race, color, national origin,gender, religion, sexual orientation, veteran’s status, politicalaffiliation or disability. Open Until FilledYes Mission or Goal of Unit Position Responsibilities Proposed Hire Date07/01/2019 • Masters Degree• Certificate in Endodontics• Research experience• Private Practice experience as General Dentist and/orEndodontist• Prior experience teaching didactic and clinical endodonticswithin an Advanced Education Program in Endodontics• Prior experience teaching didactic and clinical endodonticswithin a predoctoral curriculum Posted SalaryCommensurate Preferred Qualifications Date Posted01/21/2019 * If you selected ‘Other’ for your referral source pleaseindicate where you heard about this posting. (If you did not select’Other,’ please enter ‘n/a.’)(Open Ended Question) Number of Months12 Type of SearchNational Diversity Statement Information RankAssistant Professor Tenure StatusOpen The primary mission of the School of Dentistry is to educatepractitioners of dentistry capable of meeting the general oralhealth care needs of the communities they serve. Integral parts ofthe mission are research and other scholarly activity, patientcare, leadership in dental education and organized dentistry, andcollaboration and participation with other units within VCU and VCUHealth Systems. Required Qualifications • DDS / DMD• Eligible for dental licensure in State of Virginia• Desire to mentor future dental practitioners• Completion of Advanced Education Program in Endodontics and beAmerican Board of Endodontists Board Certified or BoardEligible• Demonstrated ability to teach dentistry• Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diversefaculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as afaculty member at VCU Quick Linkhttps://www.vcujobs.com/postings/86096 Application Deadline Date Working TitleTeaching & Research Faculty Application Process/Additional Information Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
Snow accumulation is expected at less than one inch. (Courtesy of National Weather Service) Periods of rain mixed with a dusting of snow and then gusty winds are expected at the Jersey Shore starting Tuesday and continuing through Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.The forecast calls for rain starting Tuesday afternoon and then a chance of snow after midnight accumulating to less than one inch.On Wednesday, it will be mostly sunny with a high near 42 degrees. However, a west wind of 15 to 20 mph will start in the morning and increase later to 23 to 28 mph. Gusts are expected near 40 mph. It will be blustery Wednesday night.Meanwhile, the Cape May County Office of Emergency Management advises that all municipalities in Cape May County will be under a “Code Blue” severe weather advisory from 6 p.m. Tuesday to 6 a.m. Wednesday.Code Blue conditions are in effect when the temperature reaches 25 degrees with clear skies or 32 degrees with precipitation.A Code Blue emergency is intended to protect homeless people living outside, on the streets, in parks or poorly insulated settings or who are at risk for cold related exposure and possible death.People seeking shelter in a warming center should contact their local municipality. Additional resources are available by calling 2-1-1.Additional information regarding Code Blue conditions can be found on the Cape May County Social Services website at http://www.cmcbss.com
Aug 31, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – Metz Fresh, a California spinach grower, recalled 8,000 cartons of fresh spinach this week after finding Salmonella in routine testing, prompting a debate on whether voluntary safety rules recently adopted by the California produce industry are working.Metz Fresh, based in King City in the Salinas Valley, announced Aug 28 it was recalling spinach distributed under its own label in retail and food service packages. No illnesses had been reported in connection with the product, the company said.The recall covers 10- and 16-ounce bags, 4-pound cartons, and cartons containing four 2.5-pound bags, all with the tracking codes 12208114, 12208214, or 12208314. The spinach was distributed in the continental United States and Canada. The company encouraged consumers to discard the packages or return them to the store for a refund.Testing by an independent laboratory detected Salmonella on one of many samples on three packing lines, triggering a recall of the entire field lot of spinach packed that day, the company said. “Through its labeling and numbering system, Metz Fresh has already tracked, located, and put ‘holds’ on the vast majority of cartons of spinach affected,” the firm said in its announcement.Company spokesman Greg Larson said more than 90% of the recalled cartons never reached stores, according to an Aug 30 Associated Press (AP) report. He said the recalled spinach was picked Aug 22, and the company began telling stores and restaurants on Aug 24 not to sell or serve it, after a preliminary test was positive. Further testing confirmed the contamination on Aug 28, prompting the company to notify state and federal officials, according to an Aug 30 report in the Salinas Californian.Metz Fresh has complied with the California Leafy Green Handler Marketing Agreement (LGMA), a set of voluntary safety rules set up after a nationwide Escherichia coli O157:H7 outbreak was linked to fresh spinach from California last year, the AP reported. The outbreak involved 205 cases and three deaths.The safety rules were drawn up by the produce industry, but the system is administered by the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA). Firms that participate in the agreement agree to undergo safety audits and can use an official safety seal on their bills of lading, according to CDFA news releases. About 99% of the leafy greens industry in California participates in the agreement, the CDFA says.Voluntary system assailedCritics of the voluntary safety system said the Metz Fresh recall shows the system doesn’t work, the AP reported. “Eight thousand cartons left the plant for distribution in the U.S. That’s 8,000 too many,” Jean Halloran, a food safety expert with Consumers Union, told the AP. “At this point, we are relying on the leafy green industry to police itself.”California State Sen. Dean Florez, who has pushed unsuccessful legislation for state regulation of produce safety, told the AP, “This in no way should be seen as a success story.” He said Metz Fresh should have found the contamination before any of the spinach reached consumers.But industry sources said the company’s ability to find the bacteria showed that the new testing procedures are working, the AP reported.”I think the test of the industry is how we react to these types of situations,” said Joseph Pezzini, chair of the LGMA board. “No one was harmed by the product, and that’s important.”Scott Horsfall, LGMA chief executive officer, said California inspectors found no problems at Metz Fresh in two plant and field visits earlier this month, according to the AP.”The overall system is working very well,” Horsfall said. “Consumers can have a high degree of confidence in this product, notwithstanding this recent problem.”The AP said the California Department of Public Health and the US Food and Drug Administration were investigating the Metz Fresh processing facility in King City.Dole expands produce testingIn a related development, Dole Food Co., a major produce marketer, said it has increased testing and tracking of produce to prevent disease outbreaks like the spinach-linked E coli episode a year ago, according to an Aug 30 Reuters report.Eric Schwartz, Dole president for worldwide vegetables, said the company is testing samples from every acre of spinach and other vegetables to be sold under the Dole name. If contamination is found, produce from that area will not be sold, he said.The company is also installing an electronic system designed to improve the ability to trace problems, the story said. The goal is to be able to pinpoint where, within 30 feet, any batch of spinach was grown.Schwartz said Dole has absorbed most of the costs related to the new safety measures but has increased the price of spinach by 2 cents a bag, Reuters reported.See also: Aug 28 Metz Fresh recall news releasehttp://www.spinnychips.com/metzfresh/Metz_Fresh_Press_Release.pdfJul 19 CDFA news release about the California Leafy Greens Handler Marketing Agreementhttp://www.cdfa.ca.gov/egov/Press_Releases/Press_Release.asp?PRnum=07-057Jun 28 CIDRAP News story “California lawmakers shelve E coli bills”
Madrid announced on their website: “Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur have reached an agreement for the transfer of Gareth Bale, who will be contracted to the club for the next six seasons.” The deal is subject to Bale passing a medical with the nine-time European champions, with all other details resolved. Real say the 24-year-old will be presented as their new player at the Bernabeu on Monday at noon UK time. Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas, speaking after Tottenham’s 1-0 defeat at Arsenal, confirmed Bale was leaving for the Bernabeu. “He is going to join Real Madrid so we wish him all the best,” said the Portuguese. “The player is an absolutely wonderful player. He has left us with some great memories from last season which every Tottenham fan cherishes, but he has moved on and we will move on as well.” Spurs had initially resisted Real’s advances, but chairman Daniel Levy explained he had no option but to let the Welshman go after the player’s head was turned. “Gareth was a player we had absolutely no intention of selling as we look to build for the future,” Levy told Tottenham’s website. Press Association After almost two months of speculation and negotiation, Madrid and Spurs both announced the transfer on Sunday evening. Press Association Sport understands Real have paid 100 million euros (£85.3million) for Bale’s signature. Real Madrid have confirmed the world-record signing of Gareth Bale from Tottenham. “He is a player whose career we have fostered and developed and he was only a year into his new four-year contract. “Such has been the attention from Real Madrid and so great is Gareth’s desire to join them, that we have taken the view that the player will not be sufficiently committed to our campaign in the current season. “We have, therefore, with great reluctance, agreed to this sale and do so in the knowledge that we have an exceptionally strong squad to which we have added no fewer than seven top internationals. More importantly, we have an immense team spirit and a dressing room that is hungry for success. “We wish Gareth all the best in the future and he shall always be welcome at (White Hart) Lane.”
While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. https://twitter.com/totaltroutmove/status/788546616500170752The Reload is your Oklahoma State recruiting recap filled with the latest recruiting news, with an ear to the ground for what’s to come.Oklahoma State Recruiting Twins AgainJordan Moore, a 2018 standout prospect from Yoakum, Texas, is getting a lot of attention from OSU among many schools in his recruitment. Moore, a running back and athlete is a twin brother of Joshua Moore, who is an elite wide receiver recruit. They both hold offers from the likes of OU, Texas, Florida State, Tennessee, OSU and a slew of others. Here’s the edit the OSU staff sent Jordan this week:S/O to Oklahoma State for the Dope edit!! #GoPokes? pic.twitter.com/EhfB5ylvHy— Jordan moore (@Jo_moore2) October 18, 2016I wouldn’t be surprised if the Moore brothers release a top list of schools soon, and OSU will likely be on that short list. As for Jordan, he’s expected to make his commitment on Dec. 24 this year — so keep an eye on him and any action surrounding him in the near future.Two new 2020 hoops offersBrad Underwood’s staff has been hitting the trail hard this week with two new offers: The first to point guard RJ Hampton, a big time athlete from Frisco, Texas:I would like to thank Coach Underwood and the Oklahoma State coaching staff for blessing me with an offer !! ?? #GoPokes pic.twitter.com/cPEQ1CWNJo— 14 (@RjHampton14) October 17, 2016Hampton already has offers from SMU, Texas A&M, OSU, and many more on their way soon. Underwood and crew jumping in early to get in the sweepstakes for Hampton, who will likely be a soon-to-be five-star recruit. He’s a long, rangy point guard with silky smooth moves and a pretty nice jumper to boot. At 6-foot-4, he has the frame to develop and grow into a very desirable prospect at the next level. The second offer went out to shooting guard/small forward Cade Cunningham:https://twitter.com/CadeCunningham_/status/788110898992783361Cunningham is a 6-5, 180 pound prospect with a high major projection and above average athleticism, a little ahead of his young body. According to future 150, he’s the No. 1 player in the country at his position and the No. 5 player in the great state of Texas from Arlington.Oklahoma State pursuing Noah Daniels, Baylor commitOklahoma State extended an offer to 2017 defensive back Noah Daniels earlier this week, and they’re staying on him and in his head this week.#GoPokes Love pic.twitter.com/xP4qJk53G0— Noah Daniels ™️ (@NoahDB21) October 18, 2016Daniels is one of only two verbal commits to Baylor for 2017, and based on his twitter account, I get the vibe that he’s feeling OSU and taking them very seriously. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him flip to the good guys.OSU offers 2018 DTOklahoma State made a big offer yesterday evening to 2018 defensive tackle Trevor Trout of St. Louis, Missouri. Trout is a 6-3, 300 pound four-star recruit with close to a dozen offers already.Honored to receive an offer from Oklahoma State University! pic.twitter.com/KOzAEmHhcl— trevor trout ® (@totaltroutmove) October 19, 2016Trout also holds offers from Missouri, Iowa LSU and a handful of others.
Kiss the 11:00am kickoff slot goodbye for a week. The Big 12 conference released kickoff times and the television schedule for week 10 next weekend, and Oklahoma State-Kansas State is in a 2:30 or 6:00 window that will either be picked up by ABC, ESPN, or ESPN2.#Big12FB: Kickoff times and television designations for week 10 action announced. pic.twitter.com/Yd6pxeGXtv— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) October 24, 2016It’s probably best to not be an 11:00am kick, but considering OSU will travel to the Little Apple, where the fighting Snydercats are a tough oust at home, the Cowboys will have a tough challenge ahead of them. The television and kickoff time will be announced after this upcoming weekend’s slate of games, and could depend on the results of whether OSU can take down No. 10 West Virginia for homecoming on Saturday. While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up.
While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. The Denton Ryan Raiders secured their second consecutive unbeaton regular season this past weekend, with a 38-14 win over the Wichita Falls Riders on Friday night. The win boosted the Raiders to a perfect 10-0 record on the season as they captured the District 5-5A title.Oklahoma State quarterback commit Spencer Sanders lead the way on the night on offense, throwing for 296 yards and accounting for four touchdowns. As a team, Ryan earned nearly 500 yards and jumped out to a commanding 38-0 lead.Sanders showed off a few tools in the arsenal that has earned him a four-star ranking from 247sports, and one of the top dual-threat quarterback recruits in the country. When he has time in the pocket and a chance to step into the throw, he’s one of the most accurate quarterbacks throwing down the field. He’s perfected the run-pass-option offense for Ryan, something that OSU will almost certainly be able to utilize him in during his time in Stillwater.And he’s a heck of a competitor who isn’t afraid to pull it down and call his own number, as you can see around the 4:00 minute mark where he tucks it to run from about 35 yards out:Here’a a recap of Sanders’ scores from the game (via Sportsday Dallas):54-yard TD pass24-yard TD pass32-yard TD pass33-yard TD runRyan will travel to Fort Worth Brewer at 7 p.m. Thursday for its first-round game. The Spencer Sanders Raider team has not lost a regular season football game dating back to Nov. 7, 2014, per the Denton Ryan Chronicle. Sanders is currently the only player committed to Oklahoma State in their 2018 recruiting class.
More PFBDez ties Michael Irvin’s Cowboys TD total … How could Bedlam affect the recruiting landscape … Three matchups to watch including Ramon vs. Dede … Three stats to know for Bedlam (this is very good) … How Gundy would solve the CFB Playoff … Does Mike Gundy have an OU problem?I loved this.1st Bedlam win of the weekend! Dez over Sammy B!— Chris Biggerstaff (@cbiggs424) December 2, 2016 While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. One more day.The CFB Playoff committee’s conundrumHey Bill Simmons’ site took up OSU’s cause this week.The ones who could unskew this weird situation are instead taking the path of least resistance. The committee could anger multiple fan bases by bumping Oklahoma State up the rankings, which would then also draw attention to the biggest refereeing blunder of the season and subvert the work of officials everywhere. Or the committee could tell us it’s impossible to argue with wins and losses, even though arguing wins and losses is the entire point of the committee in the first place. [Ringer]The part I can’t reconcile is if I’m in the business of arguing for OSU’s loss not mattering, then the natural logic says I’m in the business of saying teams should be determined based on how they play which, in this case, does not help me as OSU played horribly against a crappy team.Getting Turnovers is paramountI mean, yes, obviously, but did you know the company OSU keeps?Only Ohio State, Alabama and Louisville have scored more points off turnovers this season than the Cowboys. The Pokes are going to struggle to keep Baker Mayfield and co. from making their plays; Mike Gundy admitted as much on Monday. The key is whether the Cowboy defense can make their plays, as well. Behind Vincent Taylor, Jordan Sterns and Ramon Richards, Oklahoma State has been tremendous all year at creating big defensive plays. They’re going to need a couple Saturday in Norman to pull off the upset. [ESPN]I did not realize that list of teams getting points off turnovers was so short. Alabama, Ohio State and Louisville. Wow.The President ElectNot Trump. James Washington. OU has respect.In Week 3, he shredded the Panthers for 296 receiving yards, which remains the largest receiving output of any Power 5 receiver this season. No active wideout has more career touchdown receptions than Washington’s 25, either.“A great receiver,” said Oklahoma cornerback Jordan Thomas, who figures to be matched up on Washington early and often Saturday. “He plays the ball in the air well, and wins his fair share of the 50-50 balls. And he’s a bigger guy, he’s just more physical. And on top of that he can run. “He has the whole game.”I’m excited to see what No. 28 can do to a beleaguered OU secondary. Gonna be so much abuse we might have to bring Justice in to close.Truck-stick CarsonGood article here on Chris Carson. Odd that he doesn’t recognize his own ability.“We kind of joked about it in the running backs room, who’s what, what kind of runner?” Carson said. That’s when Carson received an awakening. “Some of the other running backs started saying, ‘I’ve never seen you run over somebody. And you’re squatting and lifting all this weight,’” Carson said. “So that’s something I’ve been trying to prove. And it’s working out.” [NewsOK]If I looked like Carson does, I’d run people over just going to class.Mason Rudolph, massive trash talker?Jenni Carlson on the Rudolph-Mayfield rivalry.Mayfield and Rudolph are already hearing it from each other. Mayfield is known as more of the say-anything guy, but he insists Rudolph is a sneaky trash talker. “He gets his in,” Mayfield said with a smile. “Mason can put on a show for the media, but he gets his in. There’s no doubt about that.” Mason Rudolph, flamethrower? “I throw my flames,” Rudolph said with a laugh. “But I do it privately. No need for y’all to see it.” [NewsOK]Not the first time I’ve heard this. Would love to see Rudolph unhinged with Mayfield next spring after a Big 12 title.Mason Rudolph’s “stuff”I love this from Mike Yurcich on Mason Rudolph.Rudolph is up there, Yurcich said, adding he and [former college teammate] Borchert have an “it” factor. Rudolph’s confidence as a true freshman in only his second game still stands out to Yurcich. “There’s that certain thing whenever a guy makes a mistake that he comes back stronger; I think Rudolph has that ability,” Yurcich said. “I think he has something about him that wants to prove to himself and everybody else that he was better than that mistake and he comes back with an edge to him. He never backs down. He loves the moment.” [O’Colly]I love that last line. He loves the moment. You can tell, too.Updated “Rudolph’s sleigh ride” just in time for Bedlam. pic.twitter.com/ExCqL1syHm— The OG (@GentsOkstate) December 1, 2016Sinor for HeismanAnybody going to take up the cause with me?She saw the “special” Carnley was talking about when OSU offered her son a full scholarship during Zach’s senior season. “That’s in our heads for all these years,” Valerie said. “And here we are. “That’s when you kinda go to your knees and say, ‘How blessed can we be?” [O’Colly]What Makes Justice greatOn how Justice Hill’s dad has helped him with nutrition and sleep and how Hill never hit the freshman wall.Meanwhile, Hill worked on getting his body ready for college football. Derrick has studied nutrition most of his life and healthy eating was a priority in the Hill household. He did not drink soda and steered away from acidic foods. Hill drinks alkaline water, which is supposed to help prevent injuries. Eating and sleeping well have perhaps been the secret behind how Hill has remained so durable as a freshman. [Tulsa World]I could not be more impressed with a freshman. Heck, that’s impressive for a 10-year NFL player!Stoops player abuse tree?Kevin Wilson was fired at Indiana on Thursday.Earlier Thursday, however, a former Indiana player’s father told ESPN that his son suffered a concussion in practice shortly before the 2015 season and was rushed back to workouts, causing his symptoms to intensify. [ESPN]Mangino Leach Wilson fired for treatment of players. A glimpse of the environment at OU early in Stoops career. Winning is tough— Teddy Lehman (@TedLehman11) December 1, 2016Another thing I appreciate about Gundy. Does he run an uber-clean program? I have no idea, it seems like it. But I do think if it’s dirty, it’s not because he’s making dudes play through injuries or locking them in sheds.
While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. By Kyle Porter and Kyle CoxChris Carson is a Seattle Seahawk, or at least he is for the time being. He was drafted by the ‘Hawks in the 7th Round of the NFL Draft, and they clearly like what he brings to the table. Head coach Pete Carroll and GM John Schneider recently discussed what they enjoy most about No. 32.Starting at about the 6-minute mark below, Carroll brought up the former Oklahoma State running back and how what he liked about him.“I was hanging on Chris Carson,” said Carroll. “He’s a guy that I found looking through stuff late in the Draft kind of like [we’ve] done over the years and I really love this guy because he’s so physical and tough the way he ran. You haven’t heard a whole lot about him. He hadn’t run the ball a lot but when he did, he to me made a great statement of his style and a style that we really covet.GM John Schneider agreed before Carroll continued.“It’s really the same kind of formula,” added Carroll who said he was one of his favorites. “I kind of caught on to him late and I fell in love with how tough he is and how aggressive he is and that’s something that kind of falls into that same category and we didn’t want to miss him. There was a lot of activity around him, we thought and so we got him with that last shot there.”Both GM and head coach noted that they love the way Carson runs and protects the ball and that he didn’t have as single fumble in 2016.“It’s all part of it,” said Carroll. “It’s all part of it. Yeah. He’s really aggressive. He hammers it and I think you guys are really going to like him when you see him.”Carroll went on about Carson making the transition to D-I call his junior year and his injury struggles early on as a senior “When he finally got his chance, he really tore it up.”John Schneider and @PeteCarroll speak following the conclusion of the 2017 #NFLDraft. A draft that produced 11 #Sea… https://t.co/mm6NzIjMEe— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) April 29, 2017