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Garnet & Old

Vince Chicerelli - Ryan Eastman

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2 alum from different eras taking our daily conversation to the podcasting world and our 10s of fans. Wide-ranging passionate banter of all things FSU and Tallahassee, from sports to music to food to culture. No inside information, no contacts, no problem...we're fans, you're fans.
 
The SmartAlec Podcast is your regular update on Colorado politics. House Speaker Alec Garnett has teamed up with the Get More Smarter Podcast hosts, seasoned politicos Jason Bane of ColoradoPols.com and Ian Silverii of ProgressNow Colorado, to talk through the most newsworthy issues of the day. In a news cycle too often dominated by distant stories in Washington DC, The SmartAlec Podcast keeps you informed on the local Colorado issues that affect you the most. Check out the full episodes of ...
 
What started off as "let's give it a go and see what happens" turned into an overnight success...15 years later! As a teenage suicide survivor, struggling with bouts of depression throughout my life, as well as suffering from postpartum depression, I know the struggles of running from the shadows. I know what an empty, dark pit of despair looks like. I'm a small-town girl from Polokwane. I'm your typical South African female entrepreneur, a woman who looks for opportunities, who's not scared ...
 
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Arguably the most impressive win of the pre-Bowden era was actually a tie. The year was 1967 and FSU had lost its opener to Houston. Next up: Alabama, riding a 21-game win streak. Here's the story, told by FSU players who shocked the college football world that night at Birmingham's Legion Field. Including original radio play-by-play as the Noles s…
 
What started off as "let's give it a go and see what happens" turned into an overnight success... 15 years later!As a teenage suicide survivor, struggling with bouts of depression throughout my life, as well as suffering with postpartum depression, I know the struggles of running from the shadows. I know what an empty, Dark Pit of Despair looks lik…
 
This episode of Garnet & Old is special! Not only is it our 10th show (double digits!), but we are excited to bring to you our first guest! The FSU family and fandom is full of so many interesting and talented people and today we get to chat with one of the best. Out of the mass of media at FSU events, on the sideline, court-side, at Skull Session,…
 
WINNING, thats what we do. Two wins in a row and a BYE week to get healthy, exactly what the doctor ordered. Rivals all taking an L, all is good in the world of FSU Fandom! In the eighth episode of Garnet & Old we discuss our thoughts following the convincing NC win as we approach a fun second half of the season! Discussion Points: 1. NC Post Game …
 
How about that?! After 4 tough games in a row, FSU got its first WIN of the season. And with some other teams taking an L, all seemed right in the world again, at least for one day... In the seventh episode of Garnet & Old we discuss our thoughts following the Syracuse WIN! Discussion Points: 1. Post Game Analysis 2. Game-day atmosphere 3. Story ti…
 
In the sixth episode of Garnet & Old we discuss our thoughts following the Louisville game as well the overall state of the program. We are here to provide a ray of hope in these dark times. Discussion Points: 1. Post Game Analysis 2. State of the Program 3. Red Lightning is off the market! 4. Random item clean-up…
 
We’re about to take ourselves a break, having finished The Genius and our big silly story. But before we do, we just wanted to have one last chat. Not keeping kayfabe, just talking about making this ridiculous season of podcast. Our artwork is a commission from the amazing Bitmap Prager! Please enjoy seeing Scanline-chan as the Bandage Man, and con…
 
And so ends a very long journey. For the Genius and its contestants, for us, for the Bandage Man and friends. And enemies, too. A new journey will open before us err long. But for now, thanks for riding with us… to the end. There is no more The Genius. But there will be more The Garnet Wager. If you want to play Fantasy Genius with us, we’ve got ev…
 
In the fifth episode of Garnet & Old we discuss the thriller that was Notre Dame vs FSU and why neither of us are upset. Also we use the context gained from this game to give a W/L prediction for the rest of the year. Discussion Points: 1. Post Game Analysis 2. The Half-Time Show 3. Win/Loss Predictions…
 
In the fourth episode of Garnet & Old we discuss Fall Camp, our favorite and least favorite games of the 2012 season, and remember the legend that was Bobby Bowden. Discussion Points: 1. Football is BACK! 2. 2012 - Close but no cigar 3. We love you Bobbyעל ידי Vince Chicerelli - Ryan Eastman
 
In the third episode of Garnet & Old we discuss the surge in recruiting, our favorite and least favorite games of the 2011 season, and some random items about the upcoming season. Discussion Points: 1. Momentum is real (Sorry, Manny) 2. Good on ya, JCS 3. 2011 Favorite/Worst Games 4. Booster/Ticket Time!…
 
Live from inside the Garnet Dome, it’s The Garnet Wager! Musical performance by Lady Gagarnet, trivia by The Garnet Cager, podcast-style commentary from your three normal hosts Allen, Nick, and Six! And let’s not forget, the second to last episode of not just The Genius, but of The Garnet Wager Season 5’s epic narrative! Don’t miss it! If you want …
 
In the second episode of Garnet & Old we discuss our favorite and least favorite games of the 2010 season, our personal favorite FSU eateries, and the impact FSU transfers can make. Discussion Points: 1. 2010 Favorite/Worst Games 2. Where we ate in Tallahassee 3. Booster time! 4. Impact Transfersעל ידי Vince Chicerelli - Ryan Eastman
 
With this first session as Speaker under my belt, I joined the Get More Smarter team to discuss just how much work Colorado House Democrats got done this year. From saving people money on health care, to transportation, to universal preschool, this session was undoubtedly historic.על ידי Rep. Alec Garnett (Majority Leader, Colorado House of Representatives)
 
There are two episodes left of season 4 of The Genius, and of season 5 of The Garnet Wager. How did we get here? How did a show that started with a simple goal of fusing competition with show-watching become this meta-narrative nightmare? Let’s rewind the clock. This is how we got from here… to there. This episode produced and edited by Nick.…
 
In the first ever episode of Garnet & Old we discuss FSU football current events, personal stories, and FSU Woman's Softball. Discussion Points: 1. What is Garnet & Old? 2. FSU Mega-Camps 3. Playoff Implications 4. Story Time 5. FSU Softball 6. Wrap-upעל ידי Vince Chicerelli - Ryan Eastman
 
Joe Avezzano was an undersized offensive lineman on FSU’s 1964 team that crashed the big time college football party. But you’ll know him better as the Energizer Bunny on the Dallas Cowboy’s coaching staff in the 90s when they won three Super Bowls. Along the way, he was a college assistant, a head coach, Big D. celebrity, entrepreneur and radio ta…
 
The end approaches, for this season, for the Genius, for the stupid meta-narrative we’ve layered into the podcast this season. Player-invited guests bring us a dynamic and delightful main match of matchstick puzzles and poker, and then yet MORE poker in perhaps the most tense DM I’ve ever seen. All this, plus a discussion of a truly absurd Kamen Ri…
 
I guess I’m ok with main matches that are sequels to previous ones, but having the sequel in the SAME SEASON as the first iteration? That gets some side-eye from me. I mean, if you take our homework for instance, Unreal Tournament 2003 and 2004, those two games were a year and a half apart and THAT felt fast. I know, apples and oranges. But. Also, …
 
As one of Bowden’s first recruits, Kurt Unglaub saw first-hand what the legendary coach did to resurrect FSU Football from the bottom tier of college football. And lately, Kurt’s been inside the locker room and on the field to observe how Mike Norvell is turning things around. Here’s how he compares their efforts.…
 
We’re back with more of The Genius! It’s time for a reworked repeat game, both for Main Match and Death Match. We also talk about a forgotten cyberpunk classic in Strange Days, and talk about how a movie that was politically prescient in 1995 feels a bit dated in 2021. All this and more on this episode of The Garnet Wager! If you want to play Fanta…
 
On The Genius, they’re playing the king of card games: poker! Alliances are formed and crumble, and the cast spy pays the price. Here on the Wager, we’re playing Dota, watching kdramas and spending gregnets. Then… regret. Only regret. If you want to play Fantasy Genius with us, we’ve got everything you need! The RSS feed has episodes explaining the…
 
When did this become the Kyunghoon show? I’m not complaining, I just didn’t see it coming. Used to be he was just that kid who was too excited by the idea of betrayal that he couldn’t think two moves ahead. We’re all ready to see Jungmoon go home, and Nick made us watch a movie about geese. Figures, doesn’t it. If you want to play Fantasy Genius wi…
 
Betrayal in the House of Bandages! It’s time to play Resistance, because this main match is just Resistance, y’all. Or Werewolf, or Mafia. Which is good! Except for when it isn’t. We also watched That Thing You Do, and then we get into some Indian Poker. If you want to play Fantasy Genius with us, we’ve got everything you need! The RSS feed has epi…
 
How did Florida State's program rise from a winless 1973 season to earn 14 Top Five finishes? Mike Schumann knows first-hand. He was a Nole wide receiver during that nightmare season, and later on Bobby Bowden's 1977 team that turned it all around, going 10 and 2 including a Tangerine Bowl victory. In this episode, Mike talks about the similarities…
 
Squid, one dollar! Squid one dollar here! We’re back with another episode of The Genius, and it’s time to sell some fish! Unspoken heroes rise, with secret teams running the show. We also watched Silence of the Lambs, because Nick is just like that. If you want to play Fantasy Genius with us, we’ve got everything you need! The RSS feed has episodes…
 
Mỗi người chúng ta đều có những giá trị quý giá nên việc phát triển bản thân của bạn hoàn toàn có thể tốt. Video này cho bạn biết giá trị mình như thế nào Bạn là duy nhất và là phiên bản hoàn hảo nhất của mình. Mình tin chắc rằng mỗi chúng ta đều sẽ tỏa sáng nếu mình dùng chính giá trị của bản thân để trao đổi với cuộc sống. #phattrienbanthan #linh…
 
Mọi giới hạn đều do bản thân mình đặt ra, bạn hãy nới rộng vùng an toàn để trải nghiệm nhiều đều mới trong cuộc sống. Suy nghĩ là có thể thay đổi, vì suy nghĩ có thể quyết định hành động và khi bạn bỏ những suy nghĩ ko hay ko tốt cho mình thì bạn đã có giải pháp cho vấn đề bạn phải đối mặt. Sống là 1 sự trải nghiệm, bạn chọn điều gì để trải nghiệm …
 
There are many types of apology in this world. Sincere or insincere. Non-apologies, where you redirect blame. Half apologies. But I come to you today to say, a full, proper, sincere apology. I’m sorry this episode turned out this way. Maybe some people will find enjoyment in this train wreck that is Six (me), Allen, and Nick playing a tabletop game…
 
The Genius strikes back this week with one of if not THE best episodes of this show we’ve ever seen. Great Main Match, ASTONISHING Death Match, amazing character development. Twists and turns. And not just on the tv show… in our very midst as well! The Bandage Man answers back after last week’s stunning Cager scheme. If you want to play Fantasy Gen…
 
Already, the appearance of The Garnet Cager has thrown our favorite fantasy game into chaos. Our main match, Horror Race, leaves our contestants dumbfounded, our own homework, Goldfinger, leaves us players shaking our heads, and a Tactical Yutnori death match merely piles onto the mess. If you want to play Fantasy Genius with us, we’ve got everythi…
 
The way Florida State’s teams practiced in the 1960s was enough to impress a Marine Drill Sergeant. Take it from John Crowe and Dale McCullers, who lined up at linebacker and safety respectively back then. They and their teammates set the standard for how Florida State defenses should play. And their book, “FSU’s Sons of the Sixties: A Case for the…
 
Here we go. The Grand Final of The Genius is underway, and so many friends are here. Your host friends Allen, Nick and Six watch your contestant friends from three seasons of The Genius meet up and compete, and our first main match is a doozy. This is gonna be a wild season, gang. If you want to play Fantasy Genius with us, we’ve got everything you…
 
Allen, Nick, and Six return, under the watchful eye of the Bandage Man. There is more Genius to watch: one final season. Fantasy Genius rules are in full effect, and so we start like all good fantasy competitions: with a draft. But it is more than just a draft, of course, for where the Bandage Man is involved, a game is sure to follow. But perhaps …
 
FSU’s rise to college football prominence in the 80s wouldn’t have been possible without quarterbacks whose names still resonate with Nole fans over 40: Rick Stockstill, Kelly Lowrey, Chip Ferguson, Casey Weldon, Peter Tom Willis and Danny McManus — an unbroken line of brothers in arms, one after the other through the decade. The outlier of the gro…
 
Marcel Bach-Pages works with Gail Preston at the University of Oxford and we discuss a new protocol to identify the RNA-Binding Proteome from Arabidopsis leaves. This community-focused work includes full instructions for use of the protocol and they provide an accessible list of proteins that they have identified. This research is published in Biom…
 
In 1960, a time when Florida State was barely known outside the South, a change agent arrived on campus. And FSU football was about to get a lot more intense for the players, and a lot more fun for fans. Bill Peterson had been an assistant at LSU under coaching legend Paul Dietzel. He was a coach on the way up, much like the Seminoles’ fledgling fo…
 
Christos Velanis works at the University of Edinburgh and discusses work published in PloS Genetics entitled ‘The domesticated transposase ALP2 mediates formation of a novel Polycomb protein complex by direct interaction with MSI1, a core subunit of Polycomb Repressive Complex 2 (PRC2)‘. http://blog.garnetcommunity.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07…
 
Al Ware (University of Nottingham) and Catriona Walker (University of Leeds) discuss a recent paper published in Nature Plants entitled ‘Auxin export from proximal fruits drives arrest in temporally competent inflorescences’. We chat about auxin, mind-numbing phenotyping and local arrest of flowering. The post Catriona Walker and Al Ware discuss Ar…
 
Nicol Caplin who worked at the University of the West of England discusses a paper in Frontier in Plant Science entitled ‘Developmental, Morphological and Physiological Traits in Plants Exposed for Five Generations to Chronic Low-Level Ionising Radiation‘. Nicol nows work for the European Space Agency so we also speculate about the relevance of her…
 
Sam Wilson from Queen Mary University of London discusses a recent paper in Plant Physiology entitled ‘Rethinking the influence of chloroplast movements on non-photochemical quenching and photoprotection‘. In this research they take a fresh look at the relationship between chloroplast movements and photoprotection. The post Sam Wilson talks to GARN…
 
Naresh Loudya from Royal Holloway University of London discusses a recent paper published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B entitled ‘Retrograde signalling in a virescent mutant triggers an anterograde delay of chloroplast biogenesis that requires GUN1 and is essential for survival‘. Apologies for the high background noise ea…
 
If not the craziest moment it was definitely unique. There was Smurf-size Dexter Carter draping a penalty flag over the dome of Miami’s Bernard Clark (watch YouTube game highlights beginning at the 4:38 mark). Carter’s spontaneous move was payback for being clipped and nearly crushed by a guy that outweighed him by at least 100 lbs. In this episode…
 
Andre Kuhn works with Lars Ostergaard at the John Innes Centre and discusses a recent Elife paper entitled ‘Direct ETTIN-auxin interaction controls chromatin states in gynoecium development‘. We discuss a new paradigm for auxin perception in the control gene expression. The post Andre Kuhn discusses a new auxin receptor with GARNet appeared first o…
 
The CO legislature will reconvene in just two weeks to consider devasting budget cuts and make tough decisions on which bills move forward. The guys and I talk through upcoming challenges for our state, frustration with the federal government and shifting priorities under COVID.על ידי Rep. Alec Garnett (Majority Leader, Colorado House of Representatives)
 
Bethany Eldridge and Tom Denbigh are co-first authors on a recent paper in Communications Biology entitled ‘Micro-scale interactions between Arabidopsis root hairs and soil particles influence soil erosion‘. We discuss the innovative experimental procedures that they designed to measure the interaction of root hairs with their environment! The post…
 
Chris Morgan who works at the John Innes Centre discusses a recent PNAS paper entitled ‘Derived alleles of two axis proteins affect meiotic traits in autotetraploid Arabidopsis arenosa‘. We discuss the technical challenges of this research as well as the difficulties working from home (or not) with a super-resolution microscope! The post Chris Morg…
 
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