35 Burst results for "$200 Million"

"$200 million" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

02:43 min | 5 d ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Unchained

"So i i do actually nor the stats for that. So recently checked in with g. who's the head of girth. Axiom sanity to ask him exactly this. Because i wanted to know how much it had grown since i wrote that very first article in august last year when i didn't know it was the back then actually had less than five hundred daily active uses. And today it's well over half a million and one hundred even one year later now in terms of where they're coming from They do have a global audience. But it's expected that at least fifty sixty percent of them from the philippines so it's certainly has a huge player base here. I guess like in terms of impact in our this is kind of a segue but if you look at something like el salvador which has just taken on. Bitcoin intensive legal tenda that originated from a rural community in el salvador. Bitcoin beach that was using bitcoin. In demonstrating its use case. So i guess this is where i get really excited about the power of rural communities. Really kinda control. These conversations and have huge impact in terms of decisions and actions taken at a very high level but has it expanded out from the rural areas in the philippines to cities as well or is it still a raw from not phenomenon. Yeah absolutely. I think it's really popular in the rural areas Just because it does give people access to income generation that is very hard to combine those areas of most people who are in rural areas. They don't they don't have a lot of options like petite early in the fallout of the pandemic. Which you know. The philippians is still very much. Struggling with people. Lost their jobs. overseas filipino workers have been repatriated and you know they come harm to a place. That didn't really have enough jobs. Ohio off wages of before they left so people are looking for better ways to earn money but that rhetoric. I think is kind of exciting to anyone. I guess what i hear. Is that anyone who he is. What a fun game that. I can make money off their kind of interested to learn more. And i guess friends in australia. Who applying it and getting side that they made fifty bucks off playing a game this week so it definitely resonates well beyond just the philippines terms of provincial areas. So we're gonna discuss a little bit more some of the recent developments around axiom affinity but for a quick word from the sponsors can make this show possible nearly three hundred and thirty eight million dollars where the nf teas were sent last year and in two thousand twenty one..

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AMC Settles 'Walking Dead' Lawsuit for $200 Million

Bryan Suits

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

AMC Settles 'Walking Dead' Lawsuit for $200 Million

"Been settled. AMC Networks has agreed to pay $200 million to settle a lawsuit originally filed in 2013 over profits from the hit The Walking Dead TV show. Executive producer Frank Darabont and Creative Artists Agency LLC will have their existing rights from the show, and it's spin offs bought out by the cable channel. Terrebonne and CIA will still keep their profits from streaming deals. AMC is still facing another lawsuit over profits from the walking dead creator Robert Kirkman and other show producers. Bryan Braman Kft news

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AMC Settles ‘Walking Dead’ Lawsuit With Darabont, CAA for $200 Million

Home with Dean Sharp

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

AMC Settles ‘Walking Dead’ Lawsuit With Darabont, CAA for $200 Million

Microsoft Gives Employees a $1,500 Bonus for Their Pandemic Efforts

77 WABC Early News

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Microsoft Gives Employees a $1,500 Bonus for Their Pandemic Efforts

"Is giving away $1500 bonuses to a vast majority of its employees as a gesture of gratitude for working hard during the pandemic. The bonuses will cost Microsoft about $200 million in total. Microsoft executive Kathleen Hogan announced the bonuses will go out in July or August two employees in the U. S and abroad. Employees of Microsoft subsidiaries GT hub linked in and Xena Max will not be receiving the bonus system.

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PREDICT Program Granted $63M to EcoHealth Alliance, Tied to COVID-19 Development

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 2 months ago

PREDICT Program Granted $63M to EcoHealth Alliance, Tied to COVID-19 Development

"Here's the article from Red State quote. The predict program is the key to understanding the funding of ECA Health Alliance. Remember Weaker Health Alliance that group run by Peter Dash shock that viral researcher who was working with the bat Lady and the Wuhan Institute of Virology Virology? And whose tax dollars were passed through equal health alliance to the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Remember them? So again, it says to predict program is the key to understanding the funding of Eco Health alliance and its work with the Wuhan Institute. Predict is a research funding program launched in 2000 and nine as a quote early warning pandemic system. Alright. Sounds like a good idea. Right, folks, We want that kind of thing. Well, here's the problem. Between 2000 and nine and 2019. The predict program funded the collection of more than 41 Day. Excuse me, 140 down. I screwed this up this way to 140,000 biological samples that contained as many as 1200 coronavirus is with the potential to cause human disease and pandemics. In that time period predict awarded Word and what $200 million in grants before the grant funding ran out and President Trump ended this program of the 200 million. This is amazing. Get a load of this. Get ready muffins toasted right here. Bagels big of the $200,000,063 Million. Nearly a third of all predict Grant funds went to the Eco Health alliance, which was working with the Chinese bad lady G. Zhang Lei, who worked in the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Folks, uh, that's not a scratch off ticket like, Hey, I won 20 bucks 63 Million beans is a whole lot of dough. I don't care how rich you are. That's a lot of money.

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‘Army of the Dead’ and the Resurrection of Zack Snyder

Ernie Brown

01:09 min | 2 months ago

‘Army of the Dead’ and the Resurrection of Zack Snyder

"The theater near stately brown manner, but it's also a Netflix the army of the dead. Army of the dead. Yes. You know, Netflix was trying to new buzz to get this $100 million action epic, you know, off the ground and they released in theaters last week. I didn't do well at all. Nobody went. I don't know if nobody went because, you know people are going back or just people were interested in seeing it. It's being released today on Netflix. And of course, if you don't know what army of the dead bodies from directors that Snyder you know, he gave his Justice League and Superman movies. This is a group of Gangsters who are going to steal $200 million from a bank vault located underneath the Las Vegas Strip. But the only problem is the Army of the undead Zombies I've taken over Las Vegas and the U. S military has quarantined off Vegas. They're going to nuke my course city, So we have 24 hours to get in there, Get the money and get out. So I've seen it. It's fantastic. This is my type of movie. I got the director and his wife and also some new cast members on my YouTube channel at new interviews on there for Army of the Dead s O. If you like that kind of thing, it's awesome. Jeff calls it the feel good movie of the year.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Little News Ears

Little News Ears

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Little News Ears

"In remove. I'm here but but i know happy where he said he was unhappy. At least he's honest. Which reminds me of one another story. I want to talk about but did what about winston help be fine. We always mood. If you're wearing a mood beam. I know your mood to put more beam like watch and it helps people know how you're feeling mom created it to help her understand her kid and now in the uk. They're thinking about using it to help us track their employees mental health can monitor it and the employees just after. Click some buttons. That sounds totally weird. Well the lockdowns going on people are concerned about how other people are doing. This is one way to help. It's a simple band and people are seeking more mental help. This could be a step. That helps define mushrooms. I assume terry. I've never seen before. Stay right where you are. We'll be right there. thank you want. This week's news for kids go to little news. Here's dot com and don't forget to check out our videos on youtube. Teach teacher lesson plans in more. Old news is dot com. May your sweetness shine and your colors glow. Services for today came from the new york times. The bbc scientific america..

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Florida officials lift evacuation order after wastewater reservoir leak fears

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Florida officials lift evacuation order after wastewater reservoir leak fears

"Florida phosphate reservoir. The mandatory evacuation order near a waste water reservoir in Manatee County, Florida has been lifted, Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Nikki Freed told reporters Tuesday. Emergency has kind of de escalated more than 300 homes and additional businesses were ordered to evacuate due to fears that the earth and walls at the reservoir from an old phosphate fertilizer plant could fail. Authorities avoided a catastrophe by Dre. Eating much of what had been 480 million gallons of contaminated water. Florida lawmakers are proposing spending up to $200 million to clean up and close the waste water reservoir. The funds would come from the $1.9 trillion coronavirus stimulus package signed into law last month. I might cross you

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New York Mets Sign Francisco Lindor To 10-Year Deal

ESPN Radio

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

New York Mets Sign Francisco Lindor To 10-Year Deal

"Francisco Lindor. Oh, yeah. He's leading the charge of tonight is your night, bro. Okay? Yeah. Not even 20 minutes ago, signing a three year $341 million deal with the New York Mets, who had never Were handed out a $200 million deal before they've now hand out the third largest contract in Major league baseball history behind Mookie Betts of the Dodgers and Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels.

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Biden eyes new goal after US clears 100M shots since Jan. 20

Pacifica Evening News

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Biden eyes new goal after US clears 100M shots since Jan. 20

"States today cleared President Joe Biden's goal of injecting 100 million coronavirus shots more than a month before his target date of his 1/100 Day in office. The nation's now administering about 2.5 million shots a day by new promise to set a new goal for vaccinations next week tease the possibility of setting a $200 million dose goal by his 1/100 Day in office. He told reporters today that we may be able to double it. His comments came as the U. S. Is on a pace to have enough of the three currently authorized vaccines to cover the entire adult population just 10 weeks from now.

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PayPal is acquiring crypto security company Curv, for around $200 million

Cyber Security Headlines

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

PayPal is acquiring crypto security company Curv, for around $200 million

"Pal acquires crypto security company. The company announced the acquisition of the startup curve. Which uses novel cryptography to secure digital assets. Kerr provides a multiparty computation service to secure crypto currency and other digital assets using mathematics and cloud competing to prevent unauthorized access. Pay pal began offering customers the ability to buy and sell select cryptocurrencies back in november and plans to use the curve. Acquisition to secure its own assets especially for cross-border transactions. Terms of the deal were not disclosed but decrypt sources. Say it was worth around two hundred million

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U.S. Buys 100,000 Doses of an Eli Lilly Antibody Treatment

Dana Loesch

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Buys 100,000 Doses of an Eli Lilly Antibody Treatment

"Notions of a treatment for Corona virus, developed by Eli Lilly are being sent to the U. S. Government. John Herrick reports the government's buying a minimum of 100,000 doses of the combination therapy. Eli Lilly CEO says the treatment greatly reduces the risk of coronavirus, hospitalizations and deaths. The government spending more than $200 million on the doses to be delivered through March 31st. They also have the option of buying an additional one million doses through November.

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GameStop mania explained: How the Reddit retail trading crowd ran over Wall Street pros

Tim Conway Jr.

04:46 min | 6 months ago

GameStop mania explained: How the Reddit retail trading crowd ran over Wall Street pros

"This game Stop. It might be a really scary trend. And people might lose a lot of money here, huh? Here's what it is. It's much more complicated in this. But right now, basically what games stop shared the trading on Wall Street and some other stocks to has nothing to do with the companies. It is a war. It's a war between Main Street retail investors against Wall Street fat cat hedge funds and through things like Read it. Now enough, retail investors have been able to gather together and create a force that they could put the screws to these hedge funds, which have been shorting stocks. And make the fat cats pay. That's really what it's about These red it, folks. It had a bit more complicated Start which I won't but what it is right now. And a O. C by the way, and Elizabeth Warren are now backing them, along with the long bus, which is just makes my mind go nuts. They're basically saying, you fat cat Hedge funds on Wall Street have made so much money with your back room meetings where you're gonna short cos I won't explain how that all works. But basically you're betting on companies to fail so that you could make money. We're going to get together and we're gonna buy, buy buy, And as the share price goes up, you lose. Potentially billions of dollars. Huh? Huh? Huh? But he's not. I mean, not shorting but didn't like Romney do something like that, where him and his company would take over companies and they would borrow or spend off of their credit and then bankrupt the company, the company I don't know if Romney did it, but certainly that has been in the past What these hedge funds have done, and this is perfectly legal. They take a short position they without explaining how you're short a stock. They're basically betting that a company is not going to go well do well and that a stock price world will fall. But Elon Musk has been doing battle with the short sellers on Tesla for years, and by the way, they have lost their shirts. Yeah, He's the test list. Stocks insane, and he's been taunting them all the way up. And so now these these, it's like one of our anchors described it as occupy Wall Street. Not with money. Well, that's interesting. But Jane, don't the people that bought you know all the people on Reddit and all the you know the day traders. They don't have a ton of money. Maybe they have, like, you know, 10 $15,000 in the market, whatever. And they bought a lot of you know these stocks that are being shorted like Gamestop Gamestop today, don't they have A real You know, horrible chance of losing money because that stock is gonna go down. Yes. So look, Um, but that's all of them. It's free market. You have smart people who are getting in and out of her mouth. Paula, Half a Tia, who wants to run for governor of California was one of these who jumped in and said, Yeah, he's a Silicon Valley guy was part of the Gavin news on buying. I'm buying Well, then he comes on our air today and says, You have already got rid of my position. So he made a killing. But this, you know somebody who's maybe not sophisticated and that's all right. You know, It's your right. If you want to go out and lose your money you're now you bought it at you know, 3 50 or whatever, By the way, game stop is now after hours down 2 to 92. So it's given starting to the sell off is beginning whether you know people buy on the dips. Tomorrow it goes back up. We don't know. Same with AMC Entertainment, the theater industry Here's a funny thing, Tim. These people are trying to stick it to the man by by making these guys who are short squeezing them so that they lose so much money. They gotta cover their shorts. They gotta buy stock. All this craziness driving the stock price higher. Who's really benefiting from this? The man's man be really, really rich people who say they're not short of this doctor. Here's a perfect example. Tootsie Roll. Role has become one of these Reddit chat room. Let's buy it took to roll cause these hedge funds have a short position on it, you know, is benefiting the 88 year old matriarch, this woman Who is like what? The stock's done nothing for 20 years, and now it's up 50%. I'm worth $200 million more than I was a week ago. She's benefiting not your job blow on Main Street, right? But there was again. Jane Wells is with us. There was a there was a guy in Florida. Alone $72 million where the game stop. And you know this morning or yesterday when he woke up. He was worth $72 million, and today's were $3.5 billion Man, I sure hope he

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Uber, Gig Companies Seek Labor Deals to Avoid Workers Becoming Employees

Morning Edition

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Uber, Gig Companies Seek Labor Deals to Avoid Workers Becoming Employees

"For the Supreme Supreme Court Court attorney attorney general general and and Legislature Legislature all all agree agree that that there's there's one one accurate accurate term term forgive forgive workers workers employees, employees, a a term term that that guarantees guarantees benefits benefits and and protections. protections. Good Good companies companies spent spent over $200 million on Proposition 22, which legalizes a new sub employee category. There's limited benefits, but the company's still controls how the workers work and how they get paid. Here's uber CEO Dara Couser Shah He our proposal is essentially what we call an independent contractor. Bus model gig work of cross model, the independent contractor plus Well, Sam Walton and Wal Mart mainstream fancy titles for low paid employees get companies like Lifton uber have succeeded in writing their terms for for workers workers into into labor labor law. law. I'm I'm Sam Sam Burnett Burnett Security Security News. News.

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Tens of thousands of Oregon households face eviction, unless state lawmakers extend moratorium

Barnett Financial Hour w/ Rick Barnett

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Tens of thousands of Oregon households face eviction, unless state lawmakers extend moratorium

"And cities that passed a vacuous I should say eviction moratoriums amid the coronavirus battered economy and now wrestling with what might come next. The plight of renters who can't pay in face eviction for shadows, the national crisis that's expected to grow in 2021. Oregon is one of 15 states that haven't eviction moratorium through the end of the year. In a special legislative session in the coming week, Oregon lawmakers will consider extending protections through July 1st and creating a $200 Million fund, mainly the compensate landlords. That's

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BTS star gets army draft deferment

All Things Considered

01:41 min | 8 months ago

BTS star gets army draft deferment

"That's PTS. This year, they became only the fourth group since the Beatles to simultaneously hold the top two spots on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Last year, BTS played concerts for 1.6 million fans grossing nearly $200 million. But until recently the band was about to lose a key member 28 year old Kim Sock Jin. Help me well, coming on those that come your bond between my tag out as a South Korean young man. I believe military service is a natural course. And as I've always said Will answer their country's call whenever it comes. That was Jin as he's known at a press conference on the release of their latest album. He and his fresh face bandmates command in adoring global following of million's known simply as the Army. When it comes to the South Korean Army. Gen chooses his words carefully any comment that sounds unpatriotic could derail a K pop star's career. Now Jin has a two year reprieve from the draft. Thanks in part to a lawmaker, John Young G. He argues that South Korea's 47 year old Military service Act was in need of an update. Just little thing into Juliette is paying a diligent and he says exemption should be extended to new professions and jobs best done by people in their teens or twenties. And that includes popular artists and cultural figures like BTS. This'll month join another lawmakers revised the country's military service Act, allowing major pop artists to defer enlistment age 30. Who is major will be determined by a presidential order. The new

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Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

News Radio 920 AM Programming

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

"Founder of the viral Ice Bucket Challenge, died on Sunday at the age of 37. Quinn and the late Pete Frates were both diagnosed with a L s a rare and fatal disease and started the ice. Could challenge to raise money and awareness about the condition disease that has no hope at the moment. But the ice bucket challenge revamped that outlook. The Ice bucket Challenge helped raise more than $200 million to fund research and treatments for the disease. Meanwhile, one of the NFL's rookie

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China Credit Pain Worsens as Two State-Linked Firms Default

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

China Credit Pain Worsens as Two State-Linked Firms Default

"Group in the car manufacturer of Brilliance. Auto announced the debt defaults on Monday. Single unit groups that it wasn't able to repay almost $200 million of privately issued on shore bonds on time. Brilliance, On the other hand, announced it has defaulted on 987 million of debt, the to join the list of state linked firms that have royal the credit markets. Lately. The new two falls is increased concerns over the health of these firms and their lenders. And it's triggered a bond, self and probably debt sale. Cancelation, sources said. Chinese officials have asked government Department to conduct a risk assessment well, the Chinese e commerce company JD

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T-Mobile will pay $200M penalty to resolve Sprint subsidies investigation

What's On Your Mind - Encore

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

T-Mobile will pay $200M penalty to resolve Sprint subsidies investigation

"Have to shoot out big bucks to set a legal claims against a T Mobile will be shelling out of $200 million penalty to resolve the Federal Communications Commission investigation into its sprint unit over accusations that it failed to comply with rules on a low income subsidy program. The settlement comes after an FCC audit found that Sprint, which merged with T Mobile earlier this year, was claiming monthly subsidies for 885,000 customers as part of the Federal lifeline program, even though those subscribers You weren't using the service team Mobile is not commenting on the settlement. Hillary Barsky,

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California Voters Give Uber, Lyft A Win But Some Drivers Aren't So Sure

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

California Voters Give Uber, Lyft A Win But Some Drivers Aren't So Sure

"His voters give a green light to proposition 22 Jeff better from the Yes on 22 campaign says the issue of worker flexibility resonated with voters by a wide margin. I think at the end of the day's voters in California heard what they were saying listened and chose to stand with drivers. Prop 22 would've forced uber and live to classify workers employees, forcing the companies to provide unemployment protections. Minimum wage. Age, sick leave and other benefits. Steve Smith from the No. On 22 campaigns, says the fight for gig workers is far from over. There's going to be a discussion at the federal level. Ah, depending on the outcome of the presidency, we could see federal legislation potentially addressing some of these issues. Prop 22 is the most expensive proposition in California history with uber lift and door dash spending more than $200 million on the ballot initiative. On the national level. Democrats are keeping control of the house,

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"$200 million" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"Ugo Birth to twenty six right before he drops reasonable doubt and you make it this really spooky surrealist almost horror movie about growing up in the ghetto. You know, take all the lyrics take all the vulnerability from his stories over the last twenty five years and craft a film that you can relate these experiences to people. In, a horrific way. Was Great Woah I want them to do their the after a I'll share compton when when Dr Dre leaves and say he's GonNa Start his own thing aftermath. You want the sequel. Yeah, and he goes into his hardship men after he left. With a three left easy when all them. He had he had like three or four flops, and then he met Eminem so if he goes through his whole hardship, Dr Dre beats fucking huge man. You see that video thousand one comes out in nineteen ninety nine right so about that's about the time that he met I'm an m. and M.'s onto. Thousand won't forget about race on two thousand one. Yeah, okay, yeah, that's interesting. Straight Outta Compton was very good. You see that video where that's a group that deserved it. Dr dre wears a new pair of white air. Guy. His whole stupid. These rich people. It's the point. That's uncomfortable to I feel bad. No sneakers hug you until you break in. Is Horse Right now? Always about to lose half the? She's getting like five hundred million. She wasn't in the stew produce and forget about dre. Billy Joel for. So a lot of tickets around here. That Billy Joel movie will be huge New York. Is this guy still selling out MSG? I think he's GonNa stop doing MSG once. He stopped selling it out. Did you like he has his. Jersey retired. Did you see what's the Beatles movie called yesterday? The it was okay. It was a tribute to the Beatles. I guess stab at a musical. Biopic no I I'm with you. I don't like musical bio-pics. I'll just listen to the music. That's the story I want to hear. I don't you know like I? Said with Elton John, I think documentary, serve better to yes, yeah, like a nice like I just watch the Amal's Davis documentary on Netflix, and you get the insight into you get the real raw truth rather than a contrived film, or even like things like the Taylor's like. It's like the behind the scenes leading up to a concert, and then they played the whole. Homecoming. Yeah, you know what I like to like Ray. You may not like it, but that's the new approach to I. Guess it's not really a musical bio pic, but it's like a documentary behind the scenes show slash. Yeah, you get a lot in there. That's the ATHOL beyond so it was pretty forward thinking for releasing something like that. Jamie Fox had really good, too. Yeah Ray was a good music musical by likely tourney, so movies like that. It's real informative. Don't like the musical musical bio-pics is like most of the time they're dead to really about and they can. Whereas in the group or wholesome can alter story ever they want. So. You might not get the full truth, but you can always check. It just sucks maybe some shit. Made Probable Human Rhapsody, you could tell everyone's like yeah, but like. Don't forget about us. Ready is great, but like there. The band where here has want to wrap this up because dying right now? Yeah, let's wrap aside here Yeah, that's a new podcast. Thank you for your questions. Thank you for listening and we really appreciate it. Wow you sounded. Sincere that. Yeah, I tried sounding into when it really wasn't here did not sound sincere I've done that before where I am trying to sound sincere and I sound insincere. Fox people. If you're still listening, do comment homemade Cherry Pie. You. Aaron's going to play basketball at Daniel Street after this day. Giving talks the. Twin peaks. He's got the Shanghai shorts right now. There's two years. Lebron fast-break. Yeah, yeah, this twin peaks are guys. Thanks for listening. and use up guest the videos over and it pretty abruptly. Hey, guys well all over here for one final sendoff. Before we go, we would like to thank our very special patriotic members pledgers whatever you guys WANNA call yourselves. You keep the lights on here the studio, so it's really our pleasure to review all these movies. TV shows video games that we all know and love, and we actually have a.

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"$200 million" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"You know what I WanNa do this now I wanna be I. Mean Take a look at this man's career. I mean I'd ride the way man. You can make a lot of money doing. A huge part of the show of all time. A now he's in the star. Wars universe the boys is one more popular upcoming shows come Amazon, and season two and gets moral I mean that's like. It feels like he's starting to have a moment. We all know who he is, but he's really starting to establish himself as maybe one of the best, so they could sell them to a mainstream audience like he's not obviously a superstar Allaster, but I think enough people of watch breaking bad and no of them to be like Oh. That's great casting for a long time. I wanted him to play. Commissioner Gordon. I thought that would have been a good role for him playing. Playing a good guy up position of authority, but he looks very like a I. Don't know if he's a villain or hero. He's like an anti hero in the boys. He just going to be another player. Yes, going to be an obstacle for homeland, or you know that's why going back to the gray man. I like when to great characters or just trying to kill each other. It's interesting to me. This guy hit the Grand Slam he resited. Yeah, you hit every platform. Wish. She would have got an emmy for bad. He deserved it. or I mean those. Talk, about like tough field to go against those years of breaking bad or Jesse. Pink men Aaron Paula. Badly Anchorage Yeah, did either someone. Bryan Cranston Jesse Penguin Grind Cranston one three. Yeah I think he's. He's the only actor to win. Three bedrooms, one for I remembered Ti on twice yeah, I remember the last season definitely heated English and a win for season four the that's one of Paul one for the finale year and yet English one for season one. And also season five I think is always seasons. And then I think you want for season eight again. Right? I think he only went to. I'm not sure. I know he would break you bad. It was basically you're going against all these other actors and Peter Tinkler from game of thrones, bad timing for all through all three of them had career years. Yeah, it's like one of the Godfather when every actor which was nominated against each other. And then like Dustin Hoffman. Uber Giancarlo was Magneto, changing the identity of Magneto to me I dunno I guess you could kind of related to the American civil rights I mean those characters were always based on the civil rights icons of the sixties I feel like you have to. Because going to magny does back story with the World War, two, and the Holocaust and things like that. It's you. You know unless they set the setting in the past. It's getting to the point where that doesn't really line up and make sense, 'cause it could there be to conduct manuals, not magneto, but he had the same powers as Magneto do. They have that next man. I'm sure have to, but I I kind of like that idea where he's just had the same power. magneto existed, but this is I. Don't know a predecessor some ways. That's probably way too difficult I. It would be easier to just change the identity, but I think what they could if they wanted to that original story setting it in World War Two I. Mean and they're. They're mutants I mean. He just didn't age from. Morning Bright Yeah exactly well. No I'm saying so to Spiderman and as my miles, Morales know yourself. I don't think it would work really. I think it'd be easier than changing the whole identity of someone. It's like yeah. He can bend metal, but like it's not that much of a stretch. Be like. Yeah, he's he's not boys. Yeah right now, but that's the thing you need. You need those relationships and I think they did such a great job of kind of. Tackling the metaphor of civil rights and those earlier x movies, but now in the Nicu. I would like to. Maybe you begin with that, of course because it is a timely subject but I would like to see my X.. Men Act as heroes I WANNA see them. Fight side by side with the vendors or I wanna see them fight the avengers. Vendors one of the most famous comics out there so all Duffy, get that right and I think they are going to be a bit more comic book accurate, which is important for a lot of people when it comes to men, because doctor doom for Giancarlo Esposito. That's another case where you have to change the identity. Not Do show taking. Eastern European Eastern European nation that he leads and I still say Michael Bender. It's just changed from magneto didactic. And then bring magneto professor x is an interesting guard. If they went with Giancarlo Magneto, who would you want as professor x the battle hymn was bald. Jesse has merck. Fragrance and fuck it. Wow, yeah, that'd be interesting. That'd be awesome yeah. VIN Diesel Jason Stadium. Bruce Willis VIN diesel chasing state than the rock. Patrick's now. He needs to get marvel. Renewable Boldak! There's no. He doesn't mean an Oscar. Honor! Nascar contender like him Woody Harrelson Jason Alexander all I would say Samuel Jackson, if he wasn't already of Nick Fury. Jonathan Banks Bro Mike from Brigham Ben Jordan are let's move on your Santo you personally we. discrimination personally what dark night anniversary twelve year anniversary of the Dark Knight? aniversary twelve years now it shouldn't. Yeah. That's weird. We're talking I. Think it's ten twenty. It is today. Right? Yes, yes, wow, we're GONNA. Be Two days. It's the twelve year two day anniversary of the Dark Knight Look at that. Yet. How do you guys feel about this movie adversity? He's gotTA. Be Ten, zero or five at the end, yeah! I'm glad you wrote about though. I'm interested in your opinions. Do you think it still holds up? Definitely Yeah I can watch the movie in back to back back back back. I love that movie back to back to back I. Want to see that. You want to see you do that. Yeah, I can happen. I'm going to call your bluff. Do you think there's any movie you can watch for like a forty eight hours straight just two days and repeat really. and not get sick of it or like actually have some I would watch a bad movie. Only because I'll come out of it completely sick of it, but then I'll never have to watch it again. You know I'm not going to do that for a good movie. Get sick of it. Like a CMO or Goodfellas, why Goodell's would be a good one? 'cause. Goodfellas feels like it's never gonNA end the that yeah, yes, pick a really long movie, so we watch. Less Times right yet. It holds up. I think it's still probably the best comic book movie of All Time..

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"$200 million" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"Do, you want to finish my banana. Finished a banana possibly midway through once we get the questions I guarantee. That gets left like that, and then like two days old Brown mushy, he knows me very well. Hello, everybody, and welcome back to another episode of the bog as I'm Bo oliver join today by Aaron. The nursing monkey and Teddy and we are back to talk about the world of movies TV Video Games. We have a lot of. Story to talk about today, and then fan questions, so yeah, that's going to be on senator. Fan questions that not for you or new on twitter boasts soup, nerds, monkey, Teddy, nerd, Suv Anthony J Q Nash. Purple girl and asked that's Maria, and we're also on instagram and other social media platforms and listen to this podcast on itunes. spotify Google podcasts Pandora. ARL proudly not. Japan where it's. We're being evaluated right so. Performance. Do you study this before like deep practices before we come here, no. In Maryland like new two pockets. Hillary, body. Stop Fuck Punch myself now I mean I never go through perfectly I. think that was one of the few times that I did good question for you. Guys need your opinion went to the beach of the day. All boy and he stepped on a Iraq. Yeah multiple. Shells I feel bad for you, but this group of kids down right in front of me. Right from knows like three or four feet away from us. Gang being obnoxious, not even feet. No, it was it. was. Like. AM. I, like grumpy old man if I say like, can you guys fucking move? Or is, it might hypocrite I'm like I'm at the beach and you know I think complain about people be on top of me I think especially now in this climate. You have every right to be like. Move a little bit especially. If they're right on top of you I, didn't even it's like you're not scared of getting the virus whatever you can use use. Use that as an excuse, grumpy, old man, you're allowed to be its accepted. I. Mean They were like one thousand, nine, hundred twenty, so waiting for the if I said something then they get more obnoxious. And then they started making fun of me. Did you say something? No, knock at the myself. We ended up leaving within like a half hour them sitting down. I am so you've got punked. Be So annoying. Do they were drinking loud music? Right in front of us. Kids, crowded beach, or is there a lot of space? It wasn't packed, but I mean you could have moved. Beaches to go to Cedar House the other. The other day over there overlook that's the tiny to who cares. What are you going to? The beach for for? Space knocks myself. Carve out you little area. No one goes there. You just sit there. You read it happened to me. I carved out my little area and someone came on top. Exactly overlook never happens. It's just different. Even go to overlook. Even go to the beach. A beach couple times the lie of three or four times over the last five years. I have a question for Teddy. Already actually this one all right, so that subway right and I'm getting sandwich. like one does for lunch. And I gave the lady a tip, and she goes into reach for me to give me a free cookie now. Is it rude for me to be like no, not cookie? I want another one or do I just success cooking. She's going for the cookie. You know you're not gonNA eat cookies. She gives you a cookie on her. Then Oh, yeah should be able to pick which one say no, you just. Feel, like you're not wrong, but it is really right. Yeah, yeah, is it rude? It's rude. I would also do it now. I wouldn't do it because I wouldn't be. I wouldn't be able to what cookie what should giving, but I cannot if I respect you for being able to handle that rudeness, Y-, or just to be that route. 'CAUSE! Felt like I got to take the cookie at that point. That's Larry David move put. The OATMEAL I put them on her. Though if your hand out a free cookie, you gotta go talk chips well. That's the thing once you give someone a gift you know. It's a gift. Will you don't go for free cooking given like a Macadamia. For. if she was giving you a standard chocolate chip, and then you that's. A little aggressive, but if she was going for the Vegan cookie, special or something like that. Patty it's one of. It's not like white chocolate. It's like a nut. Macadamia. Macadamia yeah I wanted to. Ask now. Did you grow? So you took it though now you ask for chocolate right? Yeah, because he broke back chocolate chips I ended up being in the. Yeah you I would've eaten the. I would have been more. I was also GONNA buy cooking because I asked him if you want anything. He wanted a cookie, so she went so I got it was gonNA. GET CHOCOLATE chip I. Don't know how much do tipper. He really could phone. Call me put the change in. You can give her though law gave a dollar in the change. He tips her by saying next time, ask. Would you want Let's go to the store. He is fifty cents. Okay Yeah She's actually a very nice lady showed up to the subway. Lady Oh always start. I want to give birthday. Shout out to one of our loyal subscribers been with us for years new now so happy birthday, Morton and Thank you for listening a loyal selves men. That's why when they reach out and say hey, GIMME BIRTHDAY! Shout out I'm like you. Did I ever get. Someone asked me I totally forgot our. REMEMBER IF I. Did it, yes, no, you did. Yeah, you didn't do it I never came to me. I was about to publish a podcast like Oh. Please let me rerecord this birthday. Shoutout House like now. You missed it next year. Put the AC back on. Our the first or year we have Netflix's is producing a giant movie with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans called the gray man. It is based on the novel, the gray man from two thousand nine. It's about an ex. CIA Adrian twos on the run, and that's gosling and he's being chased by a former. Worker I guess that's what they would be called an associate and yeah. No, it's a globe-trotting spy thriller directed by the Russo Brothers first movies endgame knocking off the nowadays they had that. Bridge Movie Twenty One bridges. Shut it down. What the island of Manhattan! Produced by the Russo brother, they didn't director. Yeah, now produce okay. The sense is that they save Netflix's biggest budget movie yet. Two hundred million. Yeah, I, think they all went to us for Nice, Nice. Good one. I watched the old guard. No it's netflix movie. Did you know I did not watch it now? They don't watch extraction. Moving the first forty minutes are unbelievable. The action is incredible, and there are some the shoddy one. Take its shoddy, but I still enjoyed it. The dialogue is other the story itself. The dialogue is terrible but again. Seven solely on just how far the action was!.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"This moniker of businessman used Jeff. I would even stop thinking about it that way businessman. You don't have to become a businessman. You have to be someone who has a killer product and intriguing way of getting customers to give you money for that product. That's businessman is Wadey. It's like putting on this big backpack full of load and you're not quite sure. What's in the backpack and you're like I don't know what tools are in here event. It's on my back. All you need to do is sell things to customers right now. That's it that is business. I summarize businesses. Three things and a challenge. Anyone to suggest this is not the most important three things number one. Is You have to know what people are willing to pay money for number two. Is You have to make something incredible to deliver that thing and the number. Three's you have to tell everyone who's likely to buy it about it. That's it that's the crash course in business right so there you go you're businessman now you've got to figure out. What PEOPLE WANNA buy? You gotTa make something awesome to deliver it and then you have to tell them all about it. So that's what I figured out very early right so I have PhD and nutrition. But I figured this out. People are interested in certain solutions to problems. We call the hopeful future. You know when you're talking about. Let's say nutrition coaching or physical coaching of any kind. Whether it's personal training your strength and conditioning they're like my life right now isn't as optimal or good as wanted to be. There are some hopeful future out there that I want. I want to hire you to get me that hopeful future and that could be by one on one training could be through information that you provide them. You have to know what to create there but I would really again strip aside the notion that you have to become a market or a business person or any of these kind of things and focused back on what you're really trying to do. Independent of these fetish is words right and so for me. That's what I did I again back in the old days when we started Time was different right. There weren't people selling business coaching services. There weren't people selling marketing services to people in health and fitness So it was kind of easy in one respect right because there wasn't so much noise about what I ought to be doing. I wasn't guilty about what I should be doing. When we started our business like people were on Dialup so the there was like a very limited stream of information coming in so independent of all the should. We just figured out how to sell things to people you know and so that was the good side of it. The bad side was that you know if you needed advice. You didn't know where to find it if you didn't know anyone personally could help you. You didn't know where to find them. And now you can so there again pros and cons to both models but yeah. I mean that would be my advice. You Know Jeff just folks in really hard with a business has to do right now which is sell things to customers. You have to get dollars from people and you have to put it into the business. That's it right. Still continue being nutritionist. Figure out how to get people to pay you for really awesome goods and services and then once you once you doing that. Life is great because sales solve everything. Then you see you'll have money to say or a cool. Do I hire someone to run the internal operations this business or do I take a course to figure it out on my own? Both require money so you need to sell things to be able to afford them. That's why sale saw everything and that's why you need to figure out how to sell things. Now that's fantastic. Momentum loves that loved So we've a question now on the product side which is from. Justin he says as you're developing in providing your product. What feedback did you get in terms of complexity? In how do people begin to adapt to it in regards to starting something new? That is unfamiliar. Not Quite sure how to answer this one. I could talk about the feedback that we got We never really faced big barriers to people not getting what we were doing. A part of that is unique ability of mine like I. This is a thing people have always told me since I was you know early on in my career. I'm really very very very good at taking complex things and explaining them to people in a way that they can get. That's what I've always been good at. That's what we've leveraged a lot of our marketing in content around so oftentimes. It's not that things are too complicated for people's simple brains. It's often that we just haven't figured out how to communicate really well but I love for you to follow up more and we'll loop back around to it. If you pop info. Yeah so he says when something is unfamiliar to people when you started online was unfamiliar. What was your key to being able to help? People lean into it. Okay that's great Focusing on the problem that we're solving the hopeful future not the features and benefits. I think this is generally great marketing advice but it relates to this perfectly as well. Too many people talk about being online right like for example. You said it perfectly when you started online that was unfamiliar. Yeah but wanting to get in shape wasn't unfamiliar right. People wanted that real badly right so all of our focus was on that. This is how we'll help you live the hopeful future that you want and you know what's even better about it. We don't have to be sitting in the same room. I'm one of the best in the world at this. You're living in England or Germany or Australia. We can do this even though you're all the way over there back to the hopeful future for them so instead of being like well. Our program is online. Here's the benefits of being online. That's when you remind people you turn on their Thinki- brain right and they start evaluating irrational way. That's why hopeful future marketing works. Because you don't turn on people's thinking brain thinking brains. The brain talks out of doing all the things you want. Do Right you turn on the part at wants the hopeful future so this is just a key key thing. There's no turn of phrase or Marketing Trick. That helps you get over a problem. You created by talking about the wrong things right so for us. It's always been marketing has always been one. Problem is in this person's life that they need to solve. What's the hopeful future we can help them get to? And then you just. Heh like before you make the sale your hand waving over the particular technical details right. It doesn't matter if I'm going to send you a word document with your program if I'm to fly to you and handed to you or from going to deliver it via our online digital portal. How's IT matter at all to the customer? It doesn't what they want is to solve the pain point in their life right. So that's what you focus on. Companies really struggle when they try and convince the world why their technology is better or their unique solution that no one is ever tried before is better if they were to focus more their energy on the problem that the Helping solve that part of people's brain doesn't turn on is readily so they're not going to be like. Oh yeah but online. I never done that before. How's it work to how you send it? You know what I mean like. That's all irrelevant. When someone's trying to get in shape or in the case of our certification for example trying to level up their credentials and as career certainty to their lives right. So that's how we have thought about over the years. I don't know if it's helpful for you but again focus on the hopeful future focused on the pain point. Don't focus so much on features and benefits because that's when people start getting outta tally and then they start running down. We caught wondering and worrying right. They start just wondering worrying everything when you start talking about you know particular details of thing before the sale after the sale. Of course you're GonNa talk about very clearly how it's going to work but before the sale. Here's what we're going to solve free very helpful now. Talking about The hopeful future. You have the Change Academy and Michael Lennon. Who LIVES IN? Belfast really loved. You're a change maker book and everybody. Who's on here? We copies of the book that we were going to give you in person. You will get them through. This thing called the mail so just expected very soon now. What what is your hopeful future for the Change Maker Academy? Yes so this is maybe a business lesson into itself but for me you know as as we sold precision nutrition. I thought to myself. I don't know if I'll ever work in this field again. I'm Ama Nada. I'd I legitimately don't know I'm going to take the year off with my family and see where that leads and I had another bunch of projects that had nothing to do with health and fitness that I wanted to do and so I wanted to start those as well but I knew I wanted to capture everything that I think I've learned over the last thirty years in the field. So that's why sat down and took two years and the change maker Book and has those doing that. I was like man it would be so cool and I'm sure many of you have this. You have like fifty business ideas that come up every week and you're like now. I'm never going to do this business. But wouldn't it be cool if I could just whisper this into someone competence ear and they would go do it again. Be The most amazing thing. I'm sure many of you have this ideas set of ideas in your head. You're like man. It would be so cool if someone did this. So that's what change maker Kademi kind of became. I was like Gosh. I don't WANNA run change maker Academy I've already done this. I maybe I want to do other things. I certainly don't want to run it now but I think off the back end of this book. There's some really great courses that could be created. I think there could be some really great events and most importantly I think there could be a bunch of meet. Ups created all around the world where health and fitness people could get together in their local geography and connect with each other where they can be allies than adversaries and so I was like this would be the hopeful future right. So there'd be some big events every year where all the health and fitness change makers can get together where locally people can get together and like in New York and Boston and Detroit and London England wherever.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Dykes kings you fellas. TV was good man. Yeah Yeah I WANNA get right to it. Is there any truth. Is there any truth to Charles turning down seven mill for that fight. Went on a BOO BOO is. Chris haven't heard anything back for sin. Offer talk to Charles. Darwin offered to Tim Smith. You know what though Mike you just set it. 'cause I kinda like heard about why don't know but you just said Eddie heard said it'd be a fucking happen because some other shit shit talking about some and I've been out of the loop this week with this bullshit about making offer Like a you know is is crazy. That should be like a full moon. Whatever Eddie hearn opened his mouth that could bring the weirdoes out? Be so yeah just forget about that Shit. Let let me get Danny Garcia For Tomorrow Not Tomorrow for Saturday right People will forget about what I say like. I'll say that's my four. I got porter Porter Danny Thurman and and that's you gotta say Spence now but I always had danny in the mix of the four welterweight man. I mean of course pack cows and they're awesome shit but I think people forget and as far as I'm concerned as far as I know Danny might have been sitting around waiting waiting for the spence fight or whatever but people can't forget about Danny YouGov is in that mix to That was a dope interview. Your did I'm not burn. motherfucking northern lights shutout Detroit. I was You know cool shot to everybody. Shout shout everybody stainless Keeping Moving I'M GONNA step out the way y'all fellas do your thing about trump. Thanks for calling then Tonio say oh we need to do a seminar on Bitcoin. Like who seventy four X and shit man. That's a amy smart guy though. I say it's a headache because when you get the hang of pretty much like like we're doing now known saying get the hang of Shit but he's right. Don't you say it definitely right. What about what by taking bitcoin? Santa I know you got it somehow some way but if people want to want to Donate Saint Michel have like a big on sound set of form where they could donate or at least a A bitcoin while while allows telling you about corn based on saying you have a big stored in there but why why would people want to donate Bitcoin to people operating on you think is that I don't think people walking around by. She would be everyday person but maybe some of about this nursing and other countries may be operating big on. That's what I'm saying is so is International. Sweden Australia Trey down on news. I gotTa Bitcoin. While told you that you go. I just don't know how to use that mouth shit. Come with a Barco Marco. You know what I'm saying. Everybody wants to donate to the big here. Yeah Yeah Barco Barco Bam they scan it on. Don't broadcast SCANA UP TV on how to do. Uh I mean I got it on my cash at. That's where my wallet is. Yeah I figure that's the save is is one there Corn Base steps. You got to be in that world to know that Entrust Asi. I'm out of that world so I trust cash shot because I was already in that ecosystem so them adding it did you just a plus it was marked about by cash up north opened up another. This is true at the semi tweeted. This this is Charles Troupe. Narrow putting the y'all how you GONNA meet A. He can't do it. He can't he can't do ooh he can't do tatty Bra. That's what you just said. He he needs somebody strict with like a military background today. This is that right. He's a hard training historic trainer. He specs greatness in upper perfection out of his CIDERS. He's going to be Dr and yeah he's a big time name to show with is pin. You get that exposure to and the smart.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Not the same way the same way he said in that very same of you. The pool of people came to him and Said said look. We got a good offer from Turkey. He said fine. Go explore it. Bring it back to me. Let me see the numbers. I'm going to go do the same. That's what they need to you. Do not need to send something for shelley wilder an hour to explore to see you know just saying in videos that people were willing the pay big money I mean we all knew someone was going to pay big money without the situation is like any said that Istanbul or or whatever who wants to pull that fight could be more money than staging in the UK but they still want to staged the UK. Though I mean he said it might pull. It might not get the fight. I'm thinking like a thon. Aj Mic drop the bill okay. I mean he's been physically saying those words the AJ my job. But I think that's just him you know Eddie's just good at what he's doing very good where you right but that ain't just go through how to get them belts back all of a sudden vacate one. It seemed like they can be picking anyway Zora the way I mean what I got it right here on business goes well. He's talking to him off like a pretty much pretty much in that video inevitable. Whatever the Coogan he's he clearly said that Zora's happy to get the tea the excuse me is happy to get the Zora Fi? And he's promised the age a fight later in his contract so again that that the two don't have nothing to do with each other in by the two. I mean you you assume that the foreign and and and and This kid are gonNA fight for belt that AJ is allegedly gonNA vacate and saying that Eddie confirmed that he didn't he said the exact opposite. He said you know this guy will still get his shot at Aj but I go to UCI. I I mean to Zora John. I'm just going on hand but I if he says that there's no way he didn't say no bill but he said the fight is pretty much In Place of March twenty eight Adele to diligent plays I guess both sides it's got got a man shot out the fuck inches Zora man man. A lot of people don't don't don't give him shit shifts knows the Bra mean dude to be doing it at this level for so long credit. Man 'cause 'cause look residing then they can just does bill billions of backup time time. Rosado got that Jay Z mentality. And by that I mean you know you stand the test that Tom you know Fight has come. Fight is go resided. Still they're still there The differences to Zorgan paid to still still be there recital. You know what you mean was Outta. I'm retired now. He was playing. He was playing the the unknown. How funny I like I like gay? He's grown on me all over the years saying I I I really I want to say I didn't have a respectful That's where but I thought that no-one said he was a opponent but gave no saying just got perseverance. The Dan don't go his way all the time. You still here still shows up. You still come to fuck fight every fighting like he landed out but nobody I mean he. He got a bad life. Bro I mean think about it. Like in retrospect right. 'cause these trolls they they they only know how to troll your last record. I always say that to say did record and beating creed my Nigga he he got. He increased my man. My man started got it in Philly in the slums working at Home Depot Laws to angle on Friday night. ESPN fights fights. You know them budgets on it was retarded then somehow he built himself a god it network deal with. NBC Put himself in the number one position at the deformed pound division and then opted out outed at fifty four pounds. He could four. Canine Budrus before Jamaal Charles. But cannot he came calling and he did to be great any moved. uh-huh six pounds to one sixty guy battered by good ninety. Bree built again able to cross the country relocate by our home of Cowley got his own Jiming Kylie holding classes out in Cowley. Allie ended up doing the movie. Where rocky creed? And he did expendable right. Auto trump victory did expendable together and my well. He got one movie. Do you know and listen. Got Treated well in the wife department as well so he doing good man he doing good man and he's still he's Feis out here you know. Got His own a little business going outside of the box. And that's that's that's a very very custom. Jim Kelly living live man. We never could get out of the cold. Do what you love you know. Have a family beautiful wife. I mean you good you good. And he's still I have running down on Jacob's has actually I look at it like that man. Yeah he had a pretty successful life north. Santa very very very successful but yeah man pretty much Own Aj and wildfire. You got to see what happens with the rematch between those guys. If if theory wants to rematch or God forbid something crazy the eappen while the got an am both a rematch. So we'll we'll see how that plays out between those two guys the NC of if this right here ear entices a Meden. John Skip Board meeting with Al.. Hey more meeting with shelly. finkel winner Eddie. All we want as fans as you guys to put the best foot four heavily put everything on the table and let everybody know. Well that's happening because remember Saudi could only offer Sifi skip skip. Were still got to pay for the fight unless they won't do. Saudi sightsee. High is bid on a fight meaning dissolved John Putting off of the streaming. Show Tom Fox and even let espn bid for that. Mom Joe as everybody bid for a rottweiler. Free agent he fight fight defy. Aj Way these guys down at all let these guys get the most money possible on Sane A. and according to Eddie that was the whole reason he never got Aj tied down to a zone. long-term deal is to be able to do this when the time came for the big fight. So you we'll see man. Look I kinda like if my recent thugs sites our preferred be on Fox. I'm beyond his man after listening J.. These I know August there's bias because like Yo that's wildest trainer but I'm on that tip. Now go homeboy. Desire China. Stay they attached to this fight. Really like brush stopped talking. I wanted to help sparring any watching tape on while the then he talked him mile. A I'm not going I am going to help you know you're not a theory just came out couple of days ago now. I got the big off-farm entice tom is going to be a curveball. Now is the Saudis. I mean what you do when you're pulling ashtrays for real. Try this dude attention Eddie. Take perfectly man. We almost lost their should man. I may have been a little bit too arrogant. I heard that interview. I'm just like yeah like they. They try to get it man. I don't want it but that's the thing though that's the trying to get it in his cool we all get that we all want to fight but you gotta remember now man you gotta remember tables turn now so what you did to someone they went into the you now. Now you got to be the big person like Michelle Obama's say when they go we go. Hi got a Bible say turnout the teague. Don't mean we you do that you writing but same time when you turn out a cheeky when you're looking at one hundred dollars you I'm just saying are you listening. You know that hunting going beat it. Oh they could come. Aj could come around and do got knocked out. He got knocked out he got knocked out. How would you mean he got knocked out? I didn't even matter. They may go away. Real quick back in concord north. End the person who knocked them out is a good comedy we now know about concrete man. I don't know about all that you you you you be extra generous with your books. Twelve Paul rounds and rent a favorite style by now man. I'm not saying that The fight will lose a lot of the middle not fucking. I am saying that if age ain't fucking around and get knocked out again my people ain't it ain't gonna be that same stealing. You can't say oh I had another not a bad night. The office can do you. You entitled to one bad night we we only ask you the fucking fight year so you only in office towers you have another bad night you gotta come out there against knocked his ass out come through thick knock out if you do that people forget about it and he was just fucked up at night now. You probably part in Miami something. No what. I'm saying Zainy attack. What would people go sweeping on the game but I think they got a chance against wild that American Pussy attack? That's what happened here was on Miami and live off ended up this way down in Miami not taking it do handy. You say Parker going to beat him to run up there and like Oh shit is different night. It's very very limit. Three Andy. Ruiz has superseded they offered to fight. Delia white in America due to the zone being interested should he accept it and if he does what should the fight be located needed it. I guess you were right..

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"$200 million" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

21:53 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"I mean maybe this movies well I just mean more so you know like we've got Hawkeye which I've come to respect talk yes he is grown throughout the year he is a man with a bow and Arrow whereas let's say one division division has more arlit which and vision a different set of powers that might cost the visual effects department and different amounts that makes me question the story then where they going with the story hey what's happening is like it makes you think it's not just the renter salary but it actually the budget actually makes me excited it makes me think that it's it's going to have that same cinematic quality and they're not cheap ing out on it it'd be really cool if I remember correctly it was something about hearing some of his time as Ronin that we did Nazi on top of Everything K. Bishen going forward so against six episodes eight episodes that's eight hours worth of Hawkeye so that's a Lotta Jeremy Renner total onscreen in more than he's been in all of the movies and when you think about it even if he's not in all eight hours it is more than you have seen total in the entire M. C. You with me you could probably apply that statement to almost didn't have their own movie now that you think about it even when I think about let's say winter sold the huge huge role in a couple of the can movies it's still probably doesn't amount to even the okay somebody needs to now go and again all the movies like an info graphic out there somewhere that shows everybody's screen time so I think that's what it is now because he's we didn't have their own individual films grant yes Falcon was made part and winter sold reports of civil war captain America's civil war going forward but Hawkeye was a minimal art of the films he wasn't that much of a major issue I mean the avengers will you I really got him you're like you were hypnotized by Loki Okay oh he was then thor but nobody really remembers that nobody really remember is that then you don't get them again until age of ultra where he tells us he has a bow and Arrow we like it how did we know we got it then you get them in civil war just a bit you get you don't get them in infinity war at all you give them an endgame about maybe total ten fifteen minutes on screen if you really think about it in the grand scheme of things you Jeremy Renner leave about ten fifteen twenty at the most which is the exciting thing about the series if they're not going to put the resources behind making a full feature for some of these characters I'm glad we're getting this it's just the business side of my brain does not compute it's it's like there has to be there has to be a ceiling you know we're pumping so much money in and pumping that much product out where were you stop seeing the returns because when you think about the lineup of Disney plus series of all the ones that have been announced which one do you think is going to be the most beneficial to Disney and the new and for a variety of reasons whether we're talking about bringing in Disney plus subscribers or insuring that somebody prioritizes the MCI because of the series at the bottom more than likely this is GonNa be weird for me Santa Snow GEICO Wanda Vision really because one division has a door wreck connection to doctor strange to show I think just general interest Loki for me just image in the general sense like he's the most fascinating character to me what he's doing mess with history yeah I'm I mean I'm going to watch every single one of them but I think I'd have to with one division at this point and be because of the tie because of the time because those are two characters that I've always wanted to see more of I want to see my homegirl Tiana pairs in it so okay that's good that's a good reason when you look at like I was like looking at what other shows costs like game of thrones the last season was fifteen million and you gotta figure each episode is fifteen million in each episode so this is twenty five and I'm sure those actors are paid well but they're not nearly paid as well as MC you actors so like that that actually kind you've like in reinforces my question though because when it came to HBO and game of thrones that that was like the ultimate for them that was the main ager you know weekly viewing experience there was nothing else like it was really at the peak of HBO whereas when you think about Disney plus and all of the Disney theatrical they have they have so much so I can't quantify what one of these series would mean for that whole operation right it's hard I mean again when we look at it you can't really say one I will say like I said the wanted to visit because it goes directly into a movie we know exactly what it goes into and you need that's totally fine but if you don't like doctor strange only seen at once I would urge someone to rewatch and yes yeah yeah it does but you have all of these movies that go into the larger marvel cinematic universe unlike the Netflix shows which were supposed to at first but then that changed completely thanks jeff go so now you have some different so here's a question to to maybe throw a little wrench to the Wanda Vision Question here think about all the movies that we hot and which ones don't make as much money as the others and my mind immediately goes to something like ant man and the wasp which is maybe a low priority view is the opportunity for the MCI but that particular movie also had real key information that rated game yet still that didn't bring it do the same levels of some of the other move you WanNa go there thor the dark world they're known in EMC you for making to our applaud devices there no for doing this and they have a return they don't have the major returns but they have a return on the less and so you have these movies that are coming out people like why do I wanna see this case in point the eternal is we've talked about that Chris Times where it is literally meant to be a jump off point to bring meetings into the it's a two hour plot device but marvel has had a formula that works that no matter what they'll steal generate at minimum four or five hundred million dollars at minimum and so it works when you keep doing that and you have that formula that works and we know you take these small subsidiaries in these streams shows that bring into the box office if your winning gamblers I mean you look at what they made they made like thing like eight hundred million dollars profit on infinity war just that alone and they're investing one billion total into Disney plus so when you look at it that way and how much they're making and how much they've made since the beginning of the new I mean it it is a small amount it's actually presidential one I'm thinking from my salary that's why it's so in my mind and I have to stop myself from doing this because it's apples and oranges type thing but sometimes I think like Oh you're spending two hundred million on a Hawkeye series that could be two hundred the different indie movies get push that out of my mind right there you're talking about the like you just said if they made eight hundred million Infinity War Infinity Ward not even Captain Marvel anything else you took the Prophet from one movie to finance her right to me a streaming thing just one I still can't believe their streaming services so close now I can't wait to actually not always be theorizing about what it's going to mean and I think I'm more excited for Manda Laurean because it's coming so much sooner yeah it's right around the corner I've seen material from it so I know like the elements that I'm already excited to see fleshed out more whereas these just feel like like idea ideas so yeah and how flushed out are those ideas is that the new Robert eggers movie I get a lay it landed the table boy who was seen the witch and or the White House and how do you feel about them so the witch a while ago and I kinda was like if I remember too much about I remember watching it going eh because I watch a lot of movies that normally would not watch for here so I could be able to eventually we'll talk about these and when I watched them like we hopefully we'll talk about this and so here we are so we've got we've got away disclaimer I'm not a huge horror movie fan or like disturb let's call it disturbing movie man like there's certain movies that you up at night is that what you're trying to avoid does it keep me up at night and it just certain places doesn't WanNa go Black Phillip lurking around the corner that kind of thing no disturbs my brain to crush it just seeps into the subconscious way whether or not Unlike House the lighthouses saved sort of like don't watch the lighthouse that's what I'm saying is to spirit we were talking about this spirit I have to shut my eyes through half of it I'm very sensitive to that kind of thing so feels like a sleeps I gotta deal with but then weirdly some other ones people will say Oh don't watch it and then I watched it and I love it and it doesn't bother me I can't really here's our retaining for this this is quite got Nicole Kidman to scars guards and Taylor joy and then maybe Willem Dafoe as got an can that be my pull I'll give it to you right now a two four if you want it excellent on the lighthouse you're used you know you are I would have seen the lighthouse but I just haven't had the opportunity like I haven't gotten a an invite but I'm actually going to go see that might be a thriller this might just scare just the we bit I also feel guilty about everything so I would never just push someone in something that might really freak them out.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

12:18 min | 1 year ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"You today hey with Jay Washington and Nikki Novak we got so many stories to cover or we're going to highlight the mall right now in the call sheet I up on the list is that casting story because Robert Eggers even though some of you out there have not seen the light has yet it's coming your way keep an eye out for it he's already working on his next object though and it is GonNa be a Viking revenge saga titled the Norseman and IT Setting Iceland at the turn of the tenth century and apparently eggers is lining up quite the cast because he's got Nicole Kidman's in talks as well as both Alexander and Bill Scars Guard on top of that he's got his the witch star on you Taylor joy and also the lighthouse star Willem Dafoe all in talks to join this project next up the academy Ocean Pictures Arts and science just thirty two films submitted for consideration in the best animated feature Oscar category and Disney's the lion king is not on the list there was debate earlier on whether it's a live action remade or if it's an animated film but now it's a non issue for the moment because Disney opted not to submit the lion king for consideration in this category next up here we've got a little something from tyco at td during an interview on Jimmy Kimmel he talked a bit of about four love and thunder and confirmed that Korg is going to return here's what he said I just finished a couple drafts of that story there's more thor there's waist thorn in Thorn for Natalie Portman coming back she'll be playing a female version of thor it's from a comic run there'll be two of them my character is coming DOC Korg yeah I like Coorg next up here another casting story another thing about the Matrix which we've been covering a lot lately according to deadline iron fist Jessica Henrik is the latest possibly board the film in an unknown but reportedly a major role and just to recap everything here that means could be joining Neil Patrick Harris Jada Pinkett Smith Keanu Reeves Carrie Anne Moss and Yahya Abdul Mateen the second in the film finally here for the call sheet the Falcon A. and the Winter Soldier Wanda Vision and Hawkeye cost as much as twenty five million dollars per episode totaling five hundred million Disney is Hordley buying out the back end on all of their original productions similar to netflixing model this means they'll offer creatives and possibly lead cast member there's more money upfront in order to secure future earnings in perpetuity we're going to discuss this quite a bit later in today's show but first a message from Ken check it out yeah I'm kidnapped suck one of the hosts of collider jed eye counsel and I'd like to invite you to listen to our show watch our show it's on every Thursdays on the collider video channel and also available in podcast form if you like to listen to our sweet voices on Collider Jed eye counsel me Christian and a Bevy of guests I say Talk Star Wars we celebrate Star Wars we dig into the Star Wars News we speculate about star wars including your questions join us a collider Jedi Council you're gonNA have a great time low again now we are you okay introduce these Yeah we're drinking.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Josh Gattis is GonNa fix it so now they have the ninety seventh offense in the NCAA eleventh in the big big ten twelfth in scoring in the big tend. The offense has never eclipsed fiftieth. They've never been a top forty nine offense under Jim Harbaugh and here's why I think that's accurate because here's what happens and I experienced it my entire career when head coaches try to be play callers ars offensive coordinators if you may they have too much going on at especially as they progress in their head coaching career they don't study offensive hence if football they let the game pass you by a little bit and you see it going on right now a chip Kelly at Ucla Chip Kelly was the brightest offensive mind he wanted Oregon Oregon with lesser players and built it into this freak show basketball on grass and now you're seeing it with Jim Harbaugh my opinion why did jed fish run. Why are these coaches coaches that are good coaches? Why are they struggling at Michigan as coordinators I believe the problem in lies in Jim Harbaugh because he the game has passed him by and and it happened with Urban Meyer now now when you're a CEO of a college football program you have too much going on to stay ahead of the curve to stay ahead of the game without all-star off its staff and I think urban greatest strength was realizing that he was stifling offensive production production and fluidity however he he disagrees strongly with several things that are staples in new age offensive football and and when those new things that were the new age of college football that have kind of past urban buying clearly a pass Jim Harbaugh by when they wouldn't work even once he would his belief that were relevant ten years ago would resurface in very abrasive fashion and here's what I know is urban nuit he was self aware and he did everything thing in his power to be the best? Co In college football and that was you know what Ryan knows more than me about this topic. Let me just step out why hired him. I trust him. You do your thing and that's what he did and that's what he did better than I've ever seen and that's what Nick Sabin does now what those guys do as CEO's they challenge you like you may say here's here's our identity. Here's what I want to do with this package and they may sit there and challenge the shit out of it but you know what happens that just enhances it and it really tests your belief in it because what happens if you're trying to stay ahead ahead of the curve of college football. You're trying new shit right. Well Yeah what what he's doing essentially is he wants to see your conviction. How much do you know about it and if you stand by it and pound the table or whatever than Urban Meyer is GonNa Trust you to do that with it and the offense and so what I'm seeing happened in Michigan is what I think happens far too often is Jim? Jim Harbaugh wants to control the offense because he's an offensive guy and he doesn't the game has passed him by and he's hiring some guys that are honestly not elite. Offensive minds are offensive coordinators or your Michigan. What are we hiring a guy? That got drove out of Alabama before there's never called a play. What are we? What are we doing that for? If he was an elite offense coordinator he would have become the offense coordinator when Loxley left. No that was my whole. It's been my whole point from day. One Yeah I mean you would never take the Michigan Coordinator job over the Alabama Obama coordinator job with two and three Joe on offense that is that is instant head coach and that's what that's called. Oh are you going to become the coordinator at Alabama like nope. I'M GONNA GONNA call the plays at Alabama for a year or two and then I'm GonNa get a job. All you have to succeed with one of the best quarterbacks in college football for one year and then you're gone. You're the hot name but this guy the reality of the assist of how the inner workings of College Football. It's just mind blowing to me and I get it. I was on the inside and it's really funny for me now and I completely understand it is I in the caveat. Here is urban Meyer on Fox big neum kickoff or whatever it's called is is phenomenal. It gives me something that I actually enjoy watching as opposed to game. Okay we're horse and pony show of a bunch of characters. It's honestly like Disneyworld game. Day Is Disney world of college football. That's why they started there this year. In I mean we're putting on Mickey Mouse heads and it's I mean it's comical and the coolest thing about game. Day is the sides and it's like okay. I mean that's the only part that even those have gone downhill. Yes but what is funny to watch when I watch urban is and he's he's excellent at it. He's I knew he'd be good. I didn't know he'd be this good. He is phenomenal and people I love it and they should but what's really funny knowing him as the watch him teach some things that I'm talking about which he knows he understands it like what what is the current. The era of college football obviously knows it but it's also stuff that I watch for fifteen years being with him him despise so he talked about it did one thing on run pass options. RPO topic and so I wasn't really talking about pass options. He was talking about something that Ryan Day brought to Ohio state eight about it's really it's a run throw option. It's not a run pass option. It's like a triple option. It's triple throw option right and it's something that he claimed he he created a Utah yet. We never did it one time at Florida or early state but anyways it's essentially where you you read a guy and then it's either give her a poll well and then you read another guy and it's either a throw or run right a quarterback run and so that's what the triple thrill option is what it is right you read it defensive end if he takes a running back you pull it and then you start to run. If the next guy takes you you throw a bubble you throw a flat route. You throw a slant something like that and so it just so so funny to see him. Explain it because he hated it and he's get so pissed at Ryan Day when we would run a bubble and it would take so long and he would just he get irate like house a receiver supposed to block doc for that forever. How does he know where the ball's going he despised it or he challenged it only because he didn't understand it fully and now I'm watching him? Do It on Fox and it's like I'm sitting here like you. You don't even get even like that man. I got my ass rip for that. Ryan got his ass for that. It's so funny and the other thing he said he talked about different types of passes right move McKee ski passes isolation passes and then progression passing when he said the word progression passing. I almost shit my pants. I remember that because he he didn't understand didn't like progression passing almost fired a coordinator we had back in Florida who believed in progression passing because he thought it was like the antichrist's offensive football anyways got on a tangent there but the moral story urban Meyer was so great because he knew his strengths newest weaknesses he was self aware and he was able to empower people and trust people to do their job. Jim Harbaugh is not doing that. He is the problem and the all fingers need to point to him now. I think Josh Gad is really not open. It's 'cause I mean just more on that. And what urban did is he. He always hired well. He the new guys is he brought in eight. He wouldn't have brought in a judge. I mean it's sort of good see us more times than not. He hired well. He made a couple of bad promotions in hires. I'm wishing who didn't in college football. I mean you see it. All the time and Alabama's made some bad hires bad whatever but yeah that's definitely that that is that is what I see what's going wrong. Michigan is Jim Harbaugh. The game passed by and he he is not hired a coordinator that is that is a guru through elite coordinator that he fully trust and stay out of their way he hires these guys that are good. Coordinators are average coordinators and he can't not be involved and he doesn't understand the the game today fully. He's got too much going on and that's just the reality of what's wrong in Michigan where that's going to wrap it up for us. Thank you for tuning in.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Tell you so they sent us a care package man scape did and I'm not going in a divulge anything weird or too much information but it's really good products man. It's like the little DOPP kit little packet thing they said was high quality. The all the lotions oceans and everything's descent is phenomenal. I would recommend just trying it out. Just once use the code menaced but anyways so like I said before the break we're gonNA detail detail right. Now is from our other shows already listened to it. You can fast forward but if you haven't maybe you'll hear what the other show is all about and want subscribe and listen. We're going to detail what has happened under Jim Harbaugh and what I think is gone wrong during his tenure and what is a common issue with offensive guru head coaches in college football so I'm gonNA share share the segment from our Midwest show as I think it is relevant to our national audience so here it is so anyways let let's dive into Jim Harbaugh and my biggest biggest thing. I'm screaming in the middle towards end of the first quarter is I'm yelling at Jim Harbaugh. You had two weeks Josh Josh Gaddis Josh you had two weeks to prepare air and this is what you gave your players and fans all sorted Wisconsin after the army game. You should have had three weeks because you didn't prepare prepare for army obviously so you should have been preparing for three weeks. The more more story is this is I mean they hired guys never called a play who got ran out of Alabama then wanted popoff about how he really called the plays Alabama even though Nick Sabin random out of Alabama and now here we are here we are and here's here's the problem. Here's how I see it coming from the industry fifteen years in it. Here's what I see first. Let's talk about the offense of roller coaster that has been Jim. HARBAUGH's tenure in Michigan and here is what I see beat. This is a coach that had a philosophy had an offense at Stanford it was really good and fit Stanford and that was what ten years ago so roughly around there and so he gets into the NFL and the NFL is a completely different football game. Now you have coordinators make an eighty million dollars a year. I mean it's just it's just a completely different game which is fine you can take stuff from their and bring it to college so then he gets hired at Michigan and he brings in Tim drive no and Jed Ed Fish Dead Fish Jed fish while I talk about this checkout jed fishes stats for the Jaguars the year before so in two thousand fourteen I think he was. OC The jaguars so they bring jed fish in. I've had my history with jet fish because he wanted to talk about. I was so young a young coach and are you going to who you gonNa Trust Your career with this young coach or a guy that's been in the NFL and so I did a bunch of stat work on him and man has he had an awful career everywhere I mean he's really been an awful offense coordinator and guess what guess what happened happen at Michigan Jed Jed fish offense was sixty nine in the NCAA in year one then in two thousand sixteen fifty eighth and the NCAA really started lighting the world world on fire and then what did he do..

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"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"They don't have those you know those conference ties to help them but not saying no that that doesn't and help you know what else is going to kill him. USC Sucks Stanford Sucks the rest of Michigan Michigan losses huge for them so whoa. I'm I'm with you on the conversation but the real problem is no one that they play is holding up their end of the bargain. It's always nice to lose a game this early because if his last last game of the year over and and the key now is going to be Georgia Success Notre Dame can win convincingly here on out and Georgia where'd you can have you can win what happens if Georgia Wins Out Beats Alabama also Notre Dame's like hey timeout or one loss by six road to the earth it but anyways what a game what I mean Great Week a college football and so we're GonNa we're also going to want to mention we we have a full breakdown on our show menace to the mid West. If you could look it up and hit subscribe and listen to it we really broke down the Michigan Wisconsin game because I think Wisconsin's one of the best if the top three teams in the top four teams in the country they're playing it right now and they have the best defense in the country so definitely check that out we really breakdown Y and and then we're going to take a break here but then after the break I want to dive into what has happened under Jim so anyways we'll be right back after this support for Minnesota Medicine Society comes from manscaping who is number one in men's below the belt grooming manscaping offers precision engineered tools for your family jewels Oh man this this might be a little. TMI here but so I decided demand scape one day and I just use some old clippers that I had from shave my head and Nick Nick my balls pretty good. There was a man that was a bad deal hurt for a couple days. Yeah that doesn't sound fun but that's why manscaping redesigned.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Ag Today you play you win and you get paid Iowa game that I think I'm glad I didn't put money on because I thought it would be. I think it was I did not think it would be this good of a game or that. Notre Dame would have played. I did not think Notre Dame was who I watched on Saturday so the one thing that I did hear pre-game is in games were de'andre swift scores a touchdown Georgia was eleven and one another twelve in one by the way but here's my I took some notes and I want to share them with you. My early takeaway of the first half was not his pass protection was great their their defense was swarming. They're tackling was excellent and their toughness was evident and that's what I hadn't seen. That's what I didn't see last year in the playoff and and when we broke down the game that's the opposite of what they're what evidence was on film. Their past protection had not been great there. They led led the nation in tackles. I mean they weren't none of that was evident up until this game. I will say this one of the most I think the most and then no one's really talking about it they they mentioned it. I think the most impactful thing in this game was not jake fromm. It was not Georgia's defense. It was not Ian Book. Look it was it was not lawrence. Cager was not De'andre Swift. The most impactful thing in the game was Sanford Stadium. Well audience the crowd. I mean the silent cadence Operation Notre Dame killed their offense Multiple Times Liam Martin Yeah I can burn their left tackle their vet he had three Dr Killing mistakes in a game like this you're veteran players need to show up and that's evidence that they were not prepared for that sound and or he was scared or nervous that place was rocking it was right on on the TV. I don't even see it. I mean there was multiple. False starts there was there was a third down the ball got snapped early and they had fumbled it and luckily so you picked it up and throw it away but he converted it actually converted into a catch but my point is that was impactful and that is in coaching error into into his credit Brian Kelly said it at halftime he said are silent. cadence operation is killing US right. Now we gotta get fixed and it did it killed him. The false start late in the third quarter on third and two with three minutes left was brutal. They had to call a timeout on third and seven then because the crowd made an impact then had a broken up pass and had to punt that was critical mistake and then I will say this complete mismanagement in the two minute drill by Notre Dame at the end of the game yes they wasted did seven seconds trying to spike the ball instead of calling a time out and then caught anyways now the only the only good part was they. He ended up getting two shots into the end zone but who knows what they could have done with those extra seven seconds. I think the biggest thing I noticed in the second half was the tempo of Georgia Gorga. What the Georgia offense they put the pedal to the metal late in the third quarter when Notre Dame was gassed and Notre Dame started faking injuries having helmet comet issues they changed the game the other thing they did was they opened up the offense? They started throwing the ball downfield from I'm had V had fifty nine yards passing it half. He was eleven to twelve so it's not like he was struggling throwing him for fifty nine yards and James Coley opened it up in the second half it was thirteen to ten Georgia going into the fourth quarter but the tempo on offense you could feel it watching the game. It was gassing notre. Dame's Dame's defense and momentum was heavily Georgia's favor in a major way Notre Dame needed needed to stop and how about the fourth quarter opening drive my the guy and when I say my guy he is my Guy Lawrence Cager the receiver from Georgia the Miami transfer wow and the throws by jake from fifty nine yards passing it half and they open it up. I'll tell you a side note story about Lawrence. Cager Lawrence Cager was going to commit to Ohio upstate and then his dad got involved and started become a really strange and urban ended up saying. I don't think this is good fit lawrence. I didn't know where to go so he he was going to go to Alabama then he went to commit to Alabama and and they they were full they couldn't take him and then we decided we weren't going to take him and then he was stuck. So then he goes to Miami plays at Miami has a decent career but then he decides after his fourth year. I don't like it down here. I mean this is not this is not my future. We don't throw the ball so I I had just gotten fired. I'm Outta coaching and last year. He hits me up close to talk so we start talking. He says I'M GONNA. I think I'm GonNa declare for the draft. I said you're absolutely you should not declare for the draft. He's a coach I have all these. NFL Scouts people saying that I might be a second first round receiver her but we don't throw the ball. I need to get out of here. It was like are you going to graduate. He's a yeah I congratulate next in the spring. I said the last thing you want to do is waste your career on. I'm going to the League right now leaving early declaring and so him and I talked on the phone two or three times and convinced him not to go to George. I didn't know where but I told him to. The context is high school. Coach puts announced that he was transferring put some feelers out and find a home in play football like put put one more year on tape fortunately fortunately he lands in Georgia and when I saw when I watched him last night I immediately texted him. He texted me back. I was like man. I'm so proud of you because I I will. I'll go back to my statements. pre-game Georgia does not have good skill in the perimeter and what did I say I said the one guy I'm waiting for to show up is Lawrence Cager who I recruited in love and think has has the potential to be a great player and who showed up in the fourth quarter in Lawrence Cager so I don't like to say I told you so but I told you so that touchdown catch was awesome and the whole drive true dominant the whole touchdown catch what's phenomenal yeah and then my favorite part of the game I mean I full disclosure. I get way too angry at announcers when they say dumb shit I really do but Gary Danielson who as a caveat I think he's one of the better ones in the industry so he is late in the fourth quarter seventy around seven minutes left and they're Georgia gets stopped third down down down towards the red zone and they're trying. They're discussing if he's kick you go for it right and he says Oh when you're up ten. I don't know what a field goal gives you. I have to go for this and I almost choked choked on a chip. I was eating I almost choked and I started screaming at the TV. Like what does a field goal. Give you up ten with seven minutes. This Notre Dame football team has scored one touchdown in three and a half quarters a play. If you kick a field goal you're going to force them to score two more in seven the minutes and the best part about it was ask notre. Dame is driving down by six at the end of the game they're having to now score a touchdown instead of kick a field goal to go to overtime this son of a bitch Gary Danielson says man. I'll tell you what Kirby smart chose to kick a field goal earlier to force Notre Dame to have to score a touchdown here what a great call and I was sitting there like jaw-dropping like couldn't even like you did not just say oh man but I mean overall Kudos to Notre Dame game. I thought defense played very well. They played phenomenal. They played really well. I mean they had two turnovers which didn't help their cause but I mean three hundred twenty one total yards to three hundred thirty nine total yards right notre. Dame didn't run the ball worth shit. Yeah that's for sure and you could tell from the get-go that that wasn't in the game plan. They weren't going to try to line up and pound the ball on that defense. That was not the game blend you trying to win the game trying to be stubborn. Exactly no defense was not gonNa let you so why would you try and they were similar on third down. I mean Notre Dame was a little a little less than they were. Four Sixteen on third down on Georgia was four of eleven but anyways what a game and when I watched that game that was too big to me I would never say notre. Dame was a big time program I really I'm glad this is GonNa be on tape because I'm going to hold onto this notre. Dame looked like a legitimate legitimate top ten football team and they deserve to be in Georgia looked really good too and so it's something that Brian Kelly struggled with and that Notre Dame I mean Notre Dame over the past twenty twenty five years of struggle with is these big time match ups. They've never shown up four so for them to show up. I get it they lost. They're probably out of the playoff contention all that stuff but in a weird way as a notre dame fan it's kind of a win. It's I'll I'll tell you this. There's a lot of football to be played. It's a one loss Notre Dame's one loss and making win convincingly down down the stretch and some people lose some Games Watch out now losing that game in that fashion way in Athens at night. Oh no you can't Ha's if I mean obviously winning. The Games will be a bigger positivecoach. Let me tell you this way. They plead. Let me tell you this being involved volve with football teams like that and especially like it happened at Ohio state after we lost to Michigan State. They've got destroyed by Clemson. It's like you had that you might lose a game like that but when you walk off the field having gone toe to toe with what's supposed to be the nation's elite even if you lose by three point six points in last-second last-second drive you don't score you walk off the field. Say I mean you're hungry. You're motivated -actly noted watch Notre Dame now. Watch him watch out. They're going to go and you think they worked hard. Before that game they just got a little bit of taste of blood in their mouth and they got punched in the mouth and now they're pissed and now they're gonna work a little harder. I'm not sitting here claiming they're going go to the playoffs or win anything big but Gwynn quote me on this if they respond correctly to that game. There's a lot of football to be played the thing that's going to hurt him. The most is that they don't have a conference championship to play..

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"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Program you WanNa be not a guy that over overachieved at Stanford had marginal success or not marginal he had success in the NFL. I'm talking about you're someone that has has the blueprint worked for Urban Meyer Nick Sabin or did it somewhere else and then here's what you do this Georgia did open up your checkbook and spent about two hundred Mil yeah to bill two hundred Mil that'll do so what do you need. You need better facilities all right hundred seventy five million in a facilities yeah you need. You need to recruit really well all right. How about this? We'll take the rest of the country who who spends the most. You tell me that that program we're GONNA spend one point five million dollars more than them more than anyone in the country and then you know we're GONNA do. We're GONNA get some really good coaches to the two thirteen million dollars. That's how you flip the program real quick. I don't do it because money talks but more or less story is is really cool to see this landscape unfold and like I said the vision is is a little blurry but you can see it. It's coming and that's what I see on film but before we get to our game of the week and boy what a game it was I do Wanna I share with you. Guys what we've been using this year to try to capitalize on all the research. We're doing into college football so check out one of our sponsors at the end of a hard week. It's great to sit down. Take some time off and watch some football game. Winning touchdowns on two minute drives running backs racing on the sidelines with no one to stop them. There's nothing like the NFL NFL and there's no better way to make the games even more exciting than to throw some money on them in bet.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

12:44 min | 2 years ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"That is not very Alabama of know this. I'm GonNa tell you it's the different world Nessie West right now. It's Alabama's throwing the ball rolling the ball. It's what they haven't been running. The ball with the fifty seventh in the country in total rushing yards and a lot of times people say but I used to get pissed like we have a navy is going to lead the country rushing yards. So what I really look at is rushing average. Let's say you run on it fifteen times a game. Maybe you're that good thrown it. I can't knock you but if you if you're good at running the ball then you should average a decent amount of yards per run their thirty fifth in the country country as far as average per rush and in my opinion when I look at their schedule they only have two games before the SEC championship game which against Georgia that it'll be a big big big game obviously they have two games the obvious one the match up of the south is against. LSU And people will say Auburn. I get it only because it's a rivalry rivalry. I will count it. Get album is just GONNA Murder Auburn this year well. It's a rivalry game. I can't say no and Auburn's not terrible it mean that they're good teams are not as good as they're. They're being yeah but I'm not ready say that no one to set auburn where to turn the field goal and beat Alabama exacts a rivalry. I actually called that okay so they got to play Lsu. That's that's their big matchup. They should beat Auburn but it's a rivalry. You never know what will happen but and then obviously the inevitable matchup with Georgia. No one will ever convince me that anyone in Florida doesn't East will compete with Georgia. There's the one team right. He's not even close on the West is a two team team race not even close and that's we're dealing with three teams. Sec Right so that is Alabama. That's how I view Alabama. I will tell you who's been most shocking. King impressive to me has been Ohio state. I did not expect this fast of a of a nationally elite performance by by their quarterback or their defense. They have the second best defense in the in the United States of America right now they are number two in total defense rushing average the number in red zone defense in the country. They have the most sex in the country. Thanks Chase Right. I think everybody would be shocked by this. I mean that when you talked about so how's name even when people talk about how state now it's all about Justin fields in the offense the thing that's the most impressive impressive is the defense as and don't get me wrong again again. I'M GONNA keep referencing and I know they haven't played anyone great. I understand that however chase young we'll do what he's doing. Now against anyone trust me. I've watched the film but here's what they also have. The the second highest graded quarterback in the United States of America behind Athens Ohio Zone Joe Borough that's crazy. Just a feels is the second best quarterback in the country right now on film. They're throwing the ball very efficiently fifth in the country. They're running the ball very well fifteenth in the country and their eighteenth in the country on third down sixth in in the country on Red Zone touchdowns this team is legitimate. They're real and we're GONNA find out in about two weeks three three weeks when we play when when Ohio State takes on Wisconsin and they got they got to get through their first bigger road test against a lacklustre Nebraska team obviously game days. He's going there too over hyped matchup and they gotta play Michigan State team at home at night. That should be a good game but at night game I night game in the shoe not going to happen so now. We're talking talking about a bye week and then we're going to get to Wisconsin eventually right yeah. The only problem you have with Michigan State is their defense is legit but the putrid but yeah their defense is legitimate. then then let's let's talk about who I think right. Now is almost undeniably the best team in the country I would say undeniably I think I think Georgia is is the right now playing the best in the country but LSU is right up there they here's what let let's just talk about this. Imagine let's rewind ourselves to the let's S. miles era of Lsu football the dynamic run game with Leonard Fournette Stout Defence with freak athletes that you question if they're even human that's how freaky they are and they just could not ever get over the Hump because they couldn't throw it from media at all now we're talking about. They are throwing the ball. The Savior of the program I saw on the Savior of the program is a kid from Southeast Ohio Athens Ohio Joe Oh Jose Barrosa Jose all that talent down there in the south and they had to rely on a kid from Athens Ohio to save they are throwing the ball the second best passing offense in the country V. The highest scoring offense in the country the fourth most efficient offense in the country and the top graded quarterback in America Joseph Borough here's the issue and this is very UN. Lsu there the ninety six the best team in the country running the ball yes that is not an eddie ores Iran Baton Rouge offense. They are also the hundred and thirteenth team in America Gotcha in explosive place now. That's the moral stories this team can run start running the ball and their defense can improve Jonesboro and the firepower in the past game is going to put them. They're right there they are they are primed and ready to take on Alabama. I'm not saying they're ready to beat Alabama yet but their their their defense is statistically averaged thirty sixth overall so they need to get that cleaned up. Obviously the Texas game is killing them in statistics because Texas his through for nine million yards right so that's Lsu for you. Now you take a look at Clemson the ever present in College Football Trevor Lawrence is in a sophomore slump good thing is it won't matter until the postseason because the ACC is so bad they literally could sit sit Trevor Lawrence and they could send him to the Manning Passing Academy for the rest of the season and bring them back for the post game show sheer they maybe they should honestly they might do they. You really just have eight weeks of practice. How this Trevor Lawrence is the fifty eighth best quarterback in the country graded by pro football focus fifty eight against no one by the the way they have the fortieth passing offense fifty fifth pass efficiency offense forty seventh on third down the forty fourth best red zone offense? Now what I will tell are you is travis at the end is the real deal the second best running back that I've seen in the country behind Jonathan Taylor Wisconsin they have the seventh best rushing the average in America eighth and explosive runs. He is really dynamic. The real problem here. Is there turning the ball over a lot. They they have eight turnovers on this year already. One hundred I in America now venables has the defense playing really tough seventh overall defense. I mean I could go list fourth scoring defense third red zone defense more stories and who would have thought Clemson's offense is lackluster right now and Trevor Lawrence who I find the best quarterback in college football going into the year is not playing like it so that's going to need to change fortunately he has what do they have nine or eight eight or nine more scrimmages before he's got about eight or nine weeks adjust practice. He's going to glorify glorified seven on seven absolutely I'll tell you the team that I'm interested to see how they developed because everyone's talk about him as a national AH nationally relevant team potential playoff team. I want to see Oklahoma as they develop because I don't see them as a playoff team. People have them ranked fourth fifth third ranked ahead. Oh Wisconsin which is asinine Wisconsin would beat Oklahoma right now by fourteen points and I mean then their offense Nah. I'm taking nothing away from Lincoln can Riley Jalen hurts her that offense they have the I I in total offense I in pacifists the office I in rushing offense eight point three yards a carry second scoring offense but that has never been the issue in Norman Oklahoma their defense though improved though showing some swagger under Alex grinch is his below average the seventy eighth pass efficiency defense in the country and we've known Oklahoma can't stop the pass they haven't in years they never have never seventy. I I in country on in rushing average stopping running back and fifty third overall so for Oklahoma to ever be ranked ahead of Wisconsin. I someone somewhat defense play decent least right yeah. I don't know how you rank them that high their their schedule isn't anything special so it's not like they've been facing in. You know elite teams but that's just that's just the name across the chest in the ranking a one hundred percent and no it's. It's not even the name across the chest otherwise Ohio state would be ranked number one. There's no bigger brand right. It's really the story that the Jalen hurts transfers from Alabama it would love to see it to a Jalen matchup like it's a story combined with the name on the chest so let's go to the next one. How about Georgia Georgia's playing playing? They're playing really better than anyone else. In that see right now they are ten most efficient passing offense running the ball very effectively a third in rushing average de Andrea swift is he might be better than Travis at the end. I mean you're you're talking about. Those are the three best running backs college football travis at the end the Andrea Swift Jonathan Taylor yeah I mean he looks like another one of those Georgia running backs. That's just going to go out and do what Georgia running backs do. Absolutely the fifth most explosive runs in America then their a defense the fourth ranked scoring defense fifth ranked rushing defense eleventh overall defense Georgia is for real so of Georgia's. If I'm telling you Alabama has her hands full. They got to realize teams that they gotta play and don't don't don't feed me that line like they always do every year in year out. LSU's never looked like this ever know. Georgia was not what is good is this last year. They weren't but the team I wanNA talk about is Wisconsin Wisconsin the most disrespected and undervalued team in college the football they have the bar none bar. None watched the film. Don't just get your notes from an intern watched the film or Shit just look at the stats. They have the best defense in college football through the first quarter of the season. Let's just go through it. The number one defense in the United States of America in total all defense pass efficiency defense rushing defense rushing average defense scoring defense opponent explosive runs defense. I down defense third down defense who is going to argue that they're not the best defense in the country today. How about this house their offense well? I don't know the best running back in the country Jonah the dealer best graded running back leading the country in rushing oh their quarterback fifteenth most efficient passer in the country that eighteen is really really hard to beat and Ohio states can have their hands full and so would Alabama or Georgia or Clemson or Lsu. They would have their hands full with this Wisconsin team. They are really good now. We'll tell you this Georgia does look legit. I like Georgia a lot but breath they belong in the category of maybe UCF. That's a good example. They haven't won a national championship in twenty nine years so no I was twenty nine thousand nine hundred thirty nine thirty nine thirty nine years so I'm thirty five years old. I was not born when they won their last national championship anti-ship so let's talk about some teams that have more experience winning recent national championships than the bulldogs at Athens Georgia. Byu Oh you that's one Colorado how Georgia Tech Florida State Tennessee Nebraska Washington those teams have more experience than Georgia winning National Championships in the last forty years Notre Dame too but yeah. I didn't bring up the obvious ones yeah but how about this Ohio state brings me to this point. Do you want to know how you go from an underachieving program that hasn't hasn't been nationally relevant into a nationally relevant power in Michigan fans. Take note take note first first of all you hire a really really really good coach and then matter of fact a guy that has a blueprint for being seeing the.

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"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

12:44 min | 2 years ago

"$200 million" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Read the newspaper because it's smart in the editor. Let it come out or do you do what everybody else does create from ship building the wall and see what sticks which everywhere where we had signed on a man on forty when my time on earth is gone and my activities here are fast I once they vary be upside down in my critics and kiss my all right. It is Sunday September Twenty Second Twenty Nineteen Gene and for Patriots subscribers it is Monday September twenty third for the rest of us. Welcome to menace to society where we dive in under the hood behind the scenes in College College Football College Athletics Coaching. Try to give you a different perspective from anyone else we are at the end of the first quarter college football football about to begin the second quarter four weeks in of a sixteen week season right and week four update. How about the biggest news news of the the week the defending national champions the best team in college football over the past two years finally falls to pit to pay H Two p commitment? UCF So it always has one of these games. They're good for for one year so I've I've mentioned before and I thought it was hilarious response and I actually poised the question so there's a podcast that I that I I enjoy brought brought me down for the Miami. Florida games the big three roll up and after like the first couple games when Florida state was awful. Miami looked down and Florida looked lackluster. I said a message. I was like you guys GonNa Bring. UCF on one of the big big big four immediately right after the loss put out of like an application denied for. I thought it was really funny but that's pretty good what a run by. UCF obviously still a really good football team what a win by Pitt but but definitely UCF dying for another undefeated year so they could just burned down college football well they need it and they scheduled some big games this year that you know could make picked them. In the national conversation you know Stanford pit some of the big big power five programs and unfortunately they didn't beat them all so now. You're out of the conversation for good. That's what happens when you play an F. schedule a power five schedule. I guess you play power five schedule. You might lose a game and they're not really really good yeah the other game that that was insane how about UCLA chip Kelly down thirty two points late in the third quarter they come back and beat Mike Leach in Washington state that that was sanity yeah. I mean what finally got that offense cooking a little bit ago yeah well that was that was honestly like what were did. They call it the PAC twelve after dark that was that was it was like I don't know the the Boogeyman came out. It was wild but anyways like I said we're done with the first quarter of college football and this is the first time I wanNA really analyze teams talk about team. See just really talk about what I see from teams as this is my first year just really really submerging myself into the film of on a national level so I just WanNa share my thoughts and what I really think I wanNA call this. After the first first quarter. I want to provide a blurry vision into college football because it is not clear picture. This is far from anything relevant to the final conversation but you're starting to see shapes you're starting to you're just woke up. You need to Rub your eyes. You're starting to see a blurry vision of what college football will be this year and the first thing I wanNA talk about is when I analyze analyze a team and this goes goes back to my career when I analyze a football team. Here's what I look at a you know the the state of college alleged football first quarter evaluation first thing I look at is how is your first and second down efficiency because most of your snaps on offense and defense are first and second down so so. How good are you at first and second down? How efficient are you? That's the most important stat in college football the next most important status. How are you on what I call? Money downs a lot. The people call money downs that is third down fourth down in the red zone and the biggest thing that I see in college football when you watch analysts and things like that they talk about Oh so and so has the the fourth best red zone offense they get points ninety percent of the time I will always go back to this points in the red zone and are not an offensive victory touchdowns in the red zone are if you have the ball at the twenty two yard line and you get a field goal that is an offensive insist fail. It is a field goal team success because you made the field goal but don't put that victory on the offense. I want to know how well does a team score touchdowns in the red zone this time to get paid right here on the twenty yard line. It's time to capitalize so that's the second thing the third thing I want to know is how explosive are are you on offense. And how well do you diffuse explosions on defense because that is the name of the game it is really hard to get four to I five yards every play and march eighty yards and score the only way it becomes a common occurrence is with explosions. So how old is your offense provide explosions. How well does your defense prevent? Explosions has the third thing I look at and then the fourth thing I look at is how much of an advantage you you gain in. The kicking game is it a major advantage is an impact element of your program is it even Keel kind of doesn't help doesn't hurt or is it a detriment to your program S- over the next couple of weeks. I want to really start to put together some studies and analyze those four factors because I think they're the most important factors in the game the last one being how well do you protect the ball. And how aggressive are you getting the ball turnovers right. That's that's obviously obviously the name of the game. If you protect the ball hold on the ball don't aren't sloppy with the ball. You're going to be more successful on offense and vice versa if you create turnovers if you're disruptive that changes is everything so those are those are what I what I deem the five most important things when you analyze any football team so we're going to start uh new segment it's called what I see on film and it all starts with pro football focus the best analytics company in the game so I I we we start. I start with their grades. I WANNA look at teams grades and Say all right. WHO's the best office in the country you tell me and then I then I compare it with film evaluation right so the top graded out teams in college football as a whole offense defense kicking game opponents opponents doesn't matter this is a great? It's either yes or no. Did you do your job plus minus US simple number one Georgia number two Ohio state number three Alabama number four. Lsu Number Five Oklahoma number six Penn state three SEC teams to big Big Ten teams one big twelve team and the next one is Wisconsin so it's like I said all along and I even said it on twitter there's three contenders in the SEC. There's three contenders in the big ten legitimately right now. It'll it'll. It'll it'll clarify. There won't be three in each conference. There certainly will be three from a conference go into a playoff so anyone anyone that is saying that just them on twitter on follow him don't go to their website. That's outrageous but there are three contenders in the big ten three contenders in the SEC and then one from the big twelve and Oklahoma and the other one is Clemson. Don't I will tell you right now. They're not playing as elite is everyone wants to make them their the sixteenth graded football team in America. The only caveat is they play absolutely no one and I went at some somebody on twitter earlier today or maybe it was our menace to sports account it. Somebody mentioned Ohio State Oklahoma. Don't play anyone so don't even mention them in a national conversation conversation and I saw the tweet I was like excuse me I mean I'm not I'm not here to argue who had stronger scheduled. We'll find that out at the end of the year but you're certainly not gonNA call out Ohio State and Oklahoma for playing no one and not include Clemson who always new plays one ranked team mind you owe end of the year two zero zero ranked teams at the end of the year. You quote me on it so yeah. Clemson is I mean Clemson's. Get a cakewalk to the playoffs so we're really talking about the next three teams but I guess what the team that is getting mentioned. A LOT IS AUBURN and I've watched all but one of their games I think there are solid football team but they're right now graded and my evaluation is exactly is exactly the same the thirty sixth best team in the country with a freshman quarterback who is a good player not he's not Trevor Lawrence. He's not like the next I peyton manning he. He's a good player and they're in the rest of the team is a good team. They're not even gonNA. We're not even GONNA talk about a playoff contender and auburn. It's not not going to happen now. The only reason they would be in the conversation is because their defense is good absolutely so the reality is there's three. Se Three in the Big Ten one in the ACC the one in the big twelve and here we are let's figure out which of those eight teams are going to become the four teams. That's the moral of the story through the First Quarter Order College football but then you just talk about the most explosive the top offenses so the top offenses in college football the power rankings number one not even close. LSU Joe Borough is the blessed bless the best player in college football this year and most blessed the most blessed good point one is Lsu to is Oklahoma. Jalen hurts what they've done is outrageous. Ages and three is Ohio state and that is pro football focus grades. That is my film evaluation the top three office how about the top defenses in college football number one not even close no Wisconsin. They are dominating. Everyone including Michigan number two Ohio state nine points a game dominating everyone and I we we can have the conversation including Miami of Ohio but we can have the conversation they haven't played anyone and I know I know I know me neither has has clemson and we're gonNA mention them in a second. This is not relevant anymore. Stop talking about schedule. Let's talk about performance and a great eight is a performance. You can have a mistake you can miss a block and still win the game by forty against Miami of Ohio seventy one. I get it so laughs eight to three Georgia ten point game and what it what a performance by really both teams on Saturday which we will get into shortly number four Clemson the fourth best defense in College football matter of fact the only reason that they are as highly ranked as they are sixteenth in the country because their defense is the fourth ranked defense in the it's not their offense certainly down which is sad because they have one of the most talented offenses in the country number haven't number five the fifth best the fist the fifth fifth highest ranked defense in the country is the Penn state nittany lions. They're going to surprise people I think I didn't think they're going to be this good. No I and I still think they have quarterback issues but and that's what's going to hold them out of the national conversation but the rest of the team is really good football team so let's take a look at let's analyze is the top seven teams because I'm GonNa Leave Penn state out of this for now until I see their quarterback play at a at a level that I can get them to a playoff contender spot the first team. You've got to start with Alabama because they are they have the most success in the recent four five years and their offense is not playing hot garbage so the the standard so here's what I see when I watch Alabama the first is the offense is rolling to a is playing really really well. He's out playing Trevor Lawrence across the board. Oh and it's not even close no and here's what else there there are the third best passing offense in the country third most efficient patient passing offense in the country the ninth total offense in the country. They're also the fourth most explosive offense in the country. They have the fourth most plays of over ten yards in America. Now what they haven't been doing is running the ball very well..

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