Archive for February, 2011

A Must See Pro Round: Hester and Jsharp vs Oklahoma CJ

Posted in Ks on the Aff, UDLs, Video with tags , , , , on February 28, 2011 by Scott Odekirk

This comes from the professional debate tournament put on by the Bay Area Urban Debate League last year between CEDA and the NDT. Special thanks go to BAUDL and all the participants (Conor Cleary, Blake Johnson, Mike Hester, and JSharp). This was a great event and the rounds of the “Edebate Allstars” are some of the most watchable debates I have ever caught on film. The Edebate Allstars would win this debate on a 2-0. Love this conspiracy aff!

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New Video Featuring Texas CM and Loyolla EM

Posted in Beating K Affs, College, elimination round, Ks on the Aff, Video with tags , , , , , , , , , on February 25, 2011 by Scott Odekirk

Thanks to all the participants (Kevin Clarke, Drew McNeil, Jack Ewing, and James Mollison). This debate occured in the quarters of the Wake Forest debate tournament and Loyolla won a on 2-1. The judges are Steve Pointer, James Brockway, and Scott Odekirk. I sat.

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First Round At-Large Bids to the NDT Announced

Posted in Uncategorized on February 22, 2011 by Scott Odekirk

The following teams received first round at-large bids to the 2011 National Debate Tournament:

California-Berkeley PoBo
Emory WeIn
Georgetown MaDa
Georgia LaLa
Gonzaga MoKa
Harvard JaPa
Kansas PeKe
Kansas QuKe
Loyola MoEw
Michigan ZaLi
Northwestern BeKi
Northwestern SpFi
Oklahoma GiWa
Texas-Dallas BaRo
Towson KiCr
Vanderbilt NoBr

Northwestern BW vs Oklahoma GW – Octos at Kentucky – Feb. 2011

Posted in Beating K Affs, College, elimination round, Ks on the Aff, Video with tags , , on February 22, 2011 by Scott Odekirk

Thanks to all the participants (Nick Watts, Rj Giglio, Zane Waxman, and Jordan Blumenthal). Sorry for the lack of decision video. The panel was Ken Strange (Dartmouth Director, his head is prominently featured here), Scott Harris (Kansas Director), and Nick Miller (Emory Coach and former debater). The panel voted in a 2-1 in favor of Oklahoma. Scott Harris sat.

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