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"al guido" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"al guido" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That will hear ear. You're irretrievably break something in my soul, All right, And to the fact the fact e. That was so funny. I was just looking for the right word that it was a good one. Irretrievably. That was that was a heck of a world left first because of the broken I'm getting very dramatic. Various sort of manager of matter and the other one's he brought in the 1999. It should be in San Francisco. Well, you know, that's the thing. There's a little part of me that dies every time I go to leave us, and I know Al Guido know Shay has nothing to do with those guys. That's the thing If they turned up, I mean, yeah, I haven't you know, have a good time. You know, it has been nice out. Got us on the field with our kids. It was put in Al Guido terms then and now we love you, man. But if Al Guido, I assume grew up in Eagles guy, right cause you to Philly dude and all that. He's a huge okay, so let's just Say he grows up in Philly. Also, now the Eagles of picking up stakes. They're moving across the river to Jersey Now, the Eagles, Aaron Jersey and the 45 minutes away. Probably not just Jersey but like 30 minutes into Jersey. Correct like, and I bet pal Guido would have been too psyched about four freeways. There is Jersey right across the bridge from Philly, but no, no, I'm talking about. Go over the bridge and keep driving. You want me to get how deep you wanna go, Murph? I'm talking so deep in the jersey you got to take the turnpike and get off in the Garden State Parkway. You know what I'm saying? Like that down there. Pine Barrens, Polly. Yeah, Yeah, we're talking to 83. They on their way to Atlantic City. That's what they wanted to Dok. Go to Atlantic City. They're gonna go dump the Russian guy in the woods was like a stop along the way. We're gonna get a CT A little r and R. Yeah, we're gonna grab a steak always grabbing stakes. Paulie walnuts big on that. You know, we'll do. We'll go down there. We'll play some blackjack. We'll grab a steak. Yeah, grab it. States that he was eating package to catch up on duty relish. It's like I got some catch up like Polly pulls out the tic Tacs. Christopher's Like what do you got? A tic Tacs. Fighting each other in the front seat belt's probably goes nothing. I just found him overnight days. There's one listening to us from his car is exiting right near Levi Stadium right now, tonight, overnight, Davis right now, so just to bring it all home, what we got to take over all right? We all we get going this morning at seven a.m. about 25 minutes, and you teased it. Just a second ago, Murdered Sam Spear talking Kentucky Derby and Preakness. We will. I mean, that was the original booking, but I think we're taking a severe left turn because Sam Spear is down with the Oakland A's situation. And if the A's news hadn't broken, you say we were gonna talk to spear about baseball and horses. Now Sami will have hot takes on the John Fisher MLB Rob Manfred situation. So, Sam brush up bone up on because he's got deep knowledge Now on this whole thing, just sort of quickly here, you know, you saw Baffert's new excuse about the horse know what's it really hurt? The horse is gonna run into beautiful posted third. It's got a third spot. I've been telling Bonds just keep showing up in his home runs. Here's excuse. I want to urine on the hay them rather like, Remember, I said that was to make you remember. I said we didn't give him anything. And then it was the Hey he's like, Oh, yeah, I forgot. We gave him this. Like anti Fungal cream. And maybe that maybe.

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"al guido" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"al guido" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yeah, got ahead of me. All right. We saw what happened to Trevor Laurence against Ohio State and the college football playoff semifinal and Justin Fields as much as I was doubting his accurate in after the Big 10 championship game. Was unreal. Now, Maybe that was just some liabilities and clips in secondary that just kind of got glossed over. Even though the same thing happened to that sex secondary last year gets ls you This could be a colossal shootout because we know Alabama Canal score anybody on it looks like if Justin Fields is healthy, which is a big question mark that they can score some points as well. How do you see this national championship game playing out? You know one of his worst games against Northwestern with 100 yards or so and then they explode with the six touchdowns against Clinton. So I think the secondaries there definitely could be challenged. Album has trouble against Ole Miss. They give up 46. I think it wasn't in Florida, 46 or 48. So they, you know, I thought all year that the defense is getting better. But then, when I reviewed the information with the quarterbacks they played Old Mr Florida. We're not very good, and it turned out even practicing against all those great players at Alabama did help him now They're tackling better communicating better because they had four or five people in the secondary that we're young. Besides, Patrick's retained the second and Josh job, but I think it's a shootout. I think it's in the thirties and maybe the last team to hold the football. I would say that if you're trying to stop the receivers for Alabama and the receivers, rowhouse state Maybe you look at those tight ends like a Giulio Billingsley frowns from Alabama's from Chicago and you look the Titan who had a fantastic game. Jeremy Rocker from New York Matter of fact, so maybe those tight ends are big factors in this came AP You think that Nick is doing this in in five years, five years from now on, that's saving, still coaching Alabama? Yeah, That's what I think. About five years. You know, he's 69 years young on And you know, he still plays the basketball during lunchtime because he really pretty good shooter. Yes, thank you. That's what She's she's. I think she's the boss. When you you know, evaluate that relationship, and yeah, I don't know if she don't like being home all the time. Like the paycheck much. Hey, yeah. Do you imagine him? Because this This was floated a couple years ago. I believe About the Texas job or something like that. You think he would get an itch to go take on another challenge anywhere else or where his last job be as the Crimson Tide head coach? I have a funny story for you. I was with Al Guido. He's the president of the 40 Niners. He asked me one time. They were, um there in Atlanta to see how it was like the host the national championship because it went to Santa Claire. We asked about next David coaching the 40 Niners, said Al. I said Mrs Savings if she went to California should be a nice woman from California. But in Alabama, she's the Queen of Alabama. Yeah, means no. He's good. Different means No. He's gonna be in Alabama and retired Alabama that she really does run the show, huh? You're not just kidding around. I'm not a very nice woman. Hysteria is, he calls her She's always at the game, but she's very vocal and her, let's say review of her husband's coaching. Yeah, all the time Favorite AP The cool thing this year. We mean they moved the box the press box in the broadcast booth for the For the radio broadcast where I do it, it was usually outside On the other on the West side, Whatever whatever side that was now they've moved. It indoor s Oh, my box that I went to him with the three games this year and called three games for compass media. I was in the box right next to Mrs. Save it. So her boxes right next to ours, So we saw her throughout the game. Yes, she is. She's in. She was really engaged. It's also one game that she didn't go to ours. He was the one that Nick tested positive for the coronavirus. Sure is very much of it. Well, listen AP. I love the energy. I love the fact that revealed your your order. 123 in the Heisman. Great great insight into the program. You're obviously is connected. Is anybody down there and out there? Could have any other show, Buddy, take it spoke very highly of you. And I could see why a nice conversation. Really appreciate. Thank you so much and happy. New Year's All the good folks in Alabama from L. A lower Alabama. Thank you be nice. Sometimes I'm envious of that kind of existence. You know what that would just be nice, like, instead of being stuck in Jersey and deal with the nettle. It sounds like you love. But you know what I mean? I've told you many times. You've got to get down on the game in Tuscaloosa. Brian told you many times to bring me back a shirt from the games that you've done. How could you come down and you get yourself? Here's the thing, though, Petey. It is the it is the greatest like environment to just chill and they always wins. I mean, with all the games, and there's never any stress in the fourth quarter, they always win. So everybody's like happy on, you leave there, and it's just like it's like a It's just amazing, but I'd love to know I don't break here. I'd love to know from An objective voice like not a diehard Bama fan, Not even somebody necessarily connected with the SEC. But just somebody who has a real, you know fervor for stadiums and the ambience and tail gates like I And I know it's subjective anyway. But I would love to know, like from people who have been to the great stadiums like what is the best cause I've never been a battle, but I've been to Michigan Stadium. I've been to the horse you into the big house. I have not been to the horseshoe been to a few packs Well, venues army, but they don't have been dip in Happy Valley. I went there with white out last couple years ago, which was insane. I remember when you did that. Yeah. I mean, I mean his Bama. I helpless you at night. That's what that's the general consensus. Ls you at night? His number one. I haven't got to do that one. For whatever reason I got skipped on the on the on the target. No, on the ls you gave last l a U L s U Alabama two years ago when they were down there, and I had to bring that up with Michelle Didn't think you were good enough. What? They said No. Or maybe they didn't. They didn't just didn't have the game. I have not here, but you're right. You know, I think why Alabama and Ellis, you always get the tick The check. It's because the weather is always great know that even even in November or whatever, late October, it's gorgeous. Yeah, it's easy to go to. Where that white how game I went to. It was freezing. Absolutely. We'll stay with the horse. You say what Michigan Stadium yet? No, no doubt same and most of the continent, the big 10. Yeah, I mean, I haven't heard much about the food game down Obama. Oh, it's not saying it's not good, but I haven't get it. But it's not. It's not healthy. It's not revere. Maybe maybe I'm just the great you know the great praise. But you're saying Think it's more about like the game and have like there are certain places known for food is what I'm saying. I think Alabama's tailgate is not necessarily one of a butt. Be wrong. All right, let's get the update. Act has tailgated absolutely nowhere because he's never had a drink in his life Right act. Actually have had a drink in my life. I haven't had too many. And I did I have tell get it. Yeah, well, tell us where I mean Super Bowl 23 about college. I've never actually.

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"al guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"al guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Only go through once. Matthew Wagner has lived in Calistoga since 1981. He also had to evacuate in the 17 2005. You know I have south of town. And their fires south of us at Sterling, which is only a mile or two away, so I didn't get any sleep the other night and popped off three. But he didn't have to leave his home until last night, when the whole city was ordered to evacuate, Wagner says. From now on, he is always going to leave his tent in the car. So if everything burns then at least he can live in that. Coben and the fires, he says. There's so much that fuels out of your control. You might be here today and everything might be gone tomorrow. I'm Sam Burnett. The news. The state senator representing the North Bay says California was not prepared for this current fire season. The state recently purchased a dozen Black Hawk helicopters, seven C 1, 30 air tankers and invested 2.5 billion in emergency preparedness. Senator Bill Dodd represents Napa and parts of cinema counties have this many fires burning out of control. Eyes really, Quite stark. It's something that has not been playing for. And I could tell you were taxi all that dad DOD wants the state to come up with a master plan to reduce fuels. Governor Gavin Newsom has said he's working with the U. S. Forest Service to reduce fuels on land owned by the federal government, which in California is more than half of the States Force. Three of the Bay Area's major sports stadiums are preparing to serve as voting centers. The San Francisco 40 Niners have now offered up Levi's stadium in Santa Clara 40. Niners president Al Guido's says they hope voters will be attracted to the combination of a familiar location and plenty of space for social distancing. Wass calls or you have this billions of opportunity for space out place..

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"al guido" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"al guido" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Quality. I am to Mr I'm not gonna talk about because I am worried. All right? I want that game to be played. All right. Here's the way we want it to be safe. I want the air quality to be safe. Here's the latest from from the league to 40, Niners President Al Guido. We don't see anything. And it projected a Q. I Which is a required ity index. We don't see anything in the projected by forecast that would cause us to move the game out of Santa Clara. We will continue to monitor Alan Cells will be updated. Periodically and, of course, Alan Sills is the chief medical officer of the NFL. So as of right now, the way they forecast the Q. I Ah, it'll be fine to play. This was a game. That was discussed when the schedule first came out. Because you know when the pandemic was in its early stages earlier stages who knows what stage right now? But ah It was discussed of flipping the game. Where the 40 Niners would go play them in Arizona. And then flip the game later in the year, because if, say, We don't know what the situation was. But Arizona was their You know their governor, It was much more open about opening things, encouraging everybody to come down there and It's play. All the baseball games in Arizona were fine. That's certainly not the case anymore, but the concept was discussed months ago. Of flipping these games. In that way. The 40 Niners would start the year with three straight on the road, Arizona, New York, New York and then come back and play them later. If it was Required because of the pandemic. That's no longer the case. There was a thought earlier in the week of doing that. If the air quality was poor, just flip the game. We go to them and they stay home and then we flip the game later in the year, so it's too late to do that. I mean, you could. You could do it a lot easier now, with no fans in the stands. But there's television production there. You know, the Cardinals were gonna fly tomorrow. They're not coming today. But they are going to fly. So from the league's perspective, we don't see anything in the projected air quality index forecast that would cause us to move the game on the Santa Clara. So that's where they're at right now. They and it's 100% the league's call. They make the call whether the game is played or not, And they're saying they don't see anything. And they're projected a cue I So whatever we're hearing about projections, they have a different website, which is well, they probably more than a website. They probably have somebody, a meteorologist and their whoever studies Achoo, I I don't know. I don't even know a Q B R means alone. Anyway. Eso as they see it right now. They don't see anything in the projected forecast that would cause us to move the game. So that's good. I'll I know is I saw this morning that it was projected to 17 in 200. They've gotta cancel, so they know more in ideas, so that's good news. All right. Andrew Bagley at Ah, the bottom of the hour. Let's get going. Let's he wrecked the pole officially on this Friday, grab this whole thing. This whole er's big old okey boys. Let's see Rex, this thing. Before we erectus thing, pop. This's how holer put out the pole today,.

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"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Take by Bloomberg I'm Bob mon but thanks a lot you are listening to Bloomberg businessweek chasing Kelly and Carol master well ahead of the Super Bowl which features the services go forty Niners verses the Kansas City Chiefs the forty Niners I heard that feeling pretty pretty good about their stature in the bay area starting next season with the sole NFL franchise in the bay area Oakland Raiders peace out going seeks out so yeah so they're gonna cut on the market right if you think about the media market what that means so no more battling for attention in the media and that's particularly valuable if you think about the NFL which garners more eyeballs it generates more revenue than any other U. S. sports league right and this is a question that we are going to pose among many later in the week to al Guido he does present a pretty nice he's gonna be with us at the power player summit there the Friday before the big game busy guy make it's a time for us but you know he's sitting in the cat bird seat because he couldn't be going into next season the only game in town potentially as the reigning Superbowl champions and at the very least having played in the Super Bowl with a good young quarterback and exciting yeah player who's really gonna wearing T. shirts as we demonstrated earlier George satellite though yeah it's really interesting and you know our conversation without Gritos gonna talk a little bit about player centimeter by sustainability diversity and all that thing because that stadium is pretty credible in terms of I say in down in Santa Clara yeah absolutely and certainly I feel like in the last week with lunch you Bloomberg green and also just hearing all the conversations from Davos about the impact on the on the climate that's certainly big thing when it came to that stadium now and it's gonna be a big deal for the bay area and as we know we talk about it all the time lot of money out of the bear its right tear a you know this the forty Niners move from candlestick park as you remember sort of up near San Francisco down right into the heart of Silicon Valley in Santa Clara that's where they can if they win the big game it'll be really great to be a forty niner well we still see doing us there definitely Tuesday it access they Wednesday through Friday because we'll be broadcasting live from Miami radio row and leading up to the Superbowl this is Bloomberg radio I do check out.

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"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That name is al Guido president of the NFC champion San Francisco forty Niners from the program he has been in that position since twenty sixteen overseeing all the key business initiatives for the Niners al you're preparing to take on the Kansas City Chiefs next weekend how do you think the Super Bowl win might help forty Niners attract free agents and there's a championship team get an added to go shooting bows Lankford in a one out he won't play for coach in organization the values you and that's got a spot but as you know in the in this it's all competitive in this league I mean look last year we come together and teachers last year from mobile to Miami and so you know we were from a record perspective not one of the best teams in the NFL I think we still attracted some great free agents here because of our coach click out of our front office because of our ownership group because of the market we plan the fan base our stadium all of our resources radar operation so I think a lot of you know this is not a look it's nice certainly I'm sure doesn't hurt but I don't think it's you know it's it's probably one of the main things that people go through their minds when they decide to inside with the teams and how about the personal opportunities for players right to Jimmy corrupt low cornerback sees me getting a obviously a lot of attention right he's gonna be a quarterback in in the Superbowl how much you think for for players in their own individual brands kind of getting this far and having the spotlight helps them personally a huge help think about we've obviously played two playoff games now and you know what those ratings are like and how many people are now exposed to the forty Niners that might not necessarily be exposed on a normal Sunday all of those things calm and and what I love about you know Jimmy in particular I mean his main focus turned down by a lot of these opportunities because frankly a sole focus is to win a Superbowl I think it's a great story about the corrupt alone shirtless tee shirt did you get what you baby no no the one that killed it yes I do have one and then we're also that this feels great baby is down in the in the team store which those things that we thought the Santa hat it feels great baby it we cannot keep those things in stock the Santa hat right now which is the red hat he wears it does any other assets logo on the flat brand I'll trade and we just literally cannot get those things in fast enough before they sell out I feel like there's almost the the the the kind of apparel and hats T. shirts etcetera that are not maybe traditional you know team logo kind of things but our but are more maybe inside jokey or more kind of of the moment seem to be having they they seem to be flying off shelves are a bit more I think the more traditional stuff is that right yeah it's been it's been it's been that way for us this year too if you look at like our players and a and a lot has got me is certainly this past week in an earlier in the season our players want no where are all white throwbacks remarks are ninety four ninety five syllable season and sure sure of course been very vocal about it now we we love the Yunis out a yes and and wanted to bring him back in his his father was here during that time and this size we I think the whole in a cell phone and I'll see everyone of these leads me to look at what the NBA star and I think it's great between the city uniforms Accenture I mean he'll bring in more flair more flavor into some of the sports because I think if you know the tracks all demographics I mean obviously there's no doubt we I feel we have one of the most classic uniforms and all all sports between our road in our home jerseys and we you know we've altered from that the past but I would say that you know of course the last long as I've been here ten years we've always had those classics but yeah we we we brought it all black couple years ago that sold really well now all white which everybody loves I think the NFL carry on conversations within this week I mean it's going to continue to evolve and frankly what we might allow the teams and or Nike as our partner to maybe create on behalf of these clubs to attract maybe a different plan give us a glimpse what we're talking about there well what I mean there's always been this conversation around you know if you go to college football fan my best example their origins the one that jumps out at me like there is a change it every week that's exactly right now I don't think we'll ever get to that license I don't know certainly not the near future I haven't heard that but also balls lodges change helmet colors and all he does things were the NFL prize is shot away from some of that and so you know who knows and I to me right now the way it works is you got your or your home get your home in your row traditional then you have your alternate then you have your throw back and then you have your call rush and so for us Blackstar alternate all whites are color rush and we don't have a throwback just yet now you know will they start to say and it's a lot of you guys cover this on the business side it's not just as easy as saying Hey let's just crazy New Jersey neck you've got a part in stock it's got a bunch of other stuff that happens but I do think you know there might be a time where frankly with maybe allow more jerseys are we allowed maybe a change of of pants and and and and and Jersey tops or how may change colors so all of that's on the discussion line and has been for awhile and I would imagine those those conversations continue on up next we continue our conversation with San Francisco forty Niners president bell Guido and discuss the NFL's outlook for revenue and the player appeared to come to me leading up to the Superbowl that is straight ahead on Bloomberg business or sports Bloomberg radio around the world Michael bar on.

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"al guido" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The sports if you have passion lines al Guido's going to join us next we'll talk to a forty niner football and maybe have a little something for you the audience George hill did not practice today in Santa Clara as the Niners Rev it up for the Packers on Sunday D. Ford also held out of practice he's babbling a quantum a hamstring injury kwon Alexander with his torn pectoral muscle I was limited in practice everybody else was a forego now rumors have it that Joe woods the Niners secondary coach is one of two candidates for the Browns defensive coordinator job also we're talking a lot about the Niners giving pass rush they rarely blitz this year they were blissfully twenty five percent of the time it's twenty second the NFL but they still produce the pass rush San Francisco forty eight sacks that's fifth test in the NFL and they did that despite not having tea for for five of the sixteen games a couple other notes Jon Heyman says Joe a spot is likely going to replace a G. hinge of the manager of the Astros the maps are now wavering on whether or not to keep Carlos Beltran over his role in the Astros sign stealing scandal and congratulations to Dave Flemming name California sportscaster of the year does your half past headlines now back to Mr T. crew can ride B. T. on KNBR one oh four five and six eighty warts leader fan noise is as big of a difference is probably our team is also you know they've got a lot louder as he found better I thought they been loud and great all year I don't think it could get much louder but it definitely was on Saturday it was unbelievable only out there for pregame found just here alot of was a pre game which is unusual anywhere you go I think we've been loud all year at the line of scrimmage they're allowed someone for it was in the huddle trying to call his place I can tell whenever they're touching their years whether they're affecting guys in the hall or not and he was doing it all game Levi's will be rocking and rolling up on Sunday.

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"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Over the next hour. We got me saying we've asked stepped out over the next hour re will explore the big money issues in the world of sports and talked to some of the biggest players in the industry. Evan. You know, Scott is a busy guy. We love him dearly. So he's gonna come back later on. He's going to be here for the interview has been a talk with San Francisco, forty Niners President Al Guido, he'll be back for that interview. But he stepped off for second. So just the two of us awesome. Looking forward to. First. Let's get into this week's topic. Let's start with some unfortunate news involving original Wildcats basketball, coach, Shawn Miller. According to reports, he pay ten grand per month to de'andre Aiden. This trial is basketball FBI trial continues this week in New York City. I know we're harping on this. But to me, it's kind of a perfect encapsulation of wear college sports, the NCAA where they all exist right now. A couple months ago a year ago. In fact, you know, last February came out reports that that Shawn Miller was paying de'andre Eytan. Right. He vehemently denied it in the school stood by him. He's still employed now over the course of this trial. We've had multiple different recordings in which people have said Shawn Miller was paying Andrei Aiden, including most recently this week one of his former assistance book Richardson's, this is beyond just Christian doctrines. The the agent who the aspiring agent this is one of Shawn Miller zone assistance on a wiretap talking about the ten thousand dollars per month that Shawn Miller was paying eight and it makes it begs the question. What point does Arizona's step in here? Right. It's becoming less and less plausible that everyone around. This thing is lying about his involvement in that. He's the only one telling the truth. It really makes you wonder what more needs before they step in this wiretap is from almost two years ago. So this is a while ago. Oh, Danny eight and played just one year at Arizona. Then was the number one overall pick in the NBA draft, and Sean Miller's again, not the only coach involved here. Right. Will Wade the head coach at LSU who was suspended for LSU's run through the NCAA tournament. He was reinstated recently because he has repeatedly denied any involvement in paying players. He is also, you know, his name comes up on these wiretaps as well as someone who is who interact knowledge of payers players being paid. There's a good column in Yahoo recently about how you know you look at this trial, which is essentially exposing the ugly underbelly of college basketball. I hate to sound like Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca. But you know, all of a sudden there's gambling going on in stablishment. So I just wonder to really quickly. How much do you think the schools new about this? I mean, I it seems clear to me that you know, assistant coaches, obviously. And also head coaches were complicit in you know, what is, you know, a problem that goes a lot deeper I think than just the schools that we have known here. But again, it really makes you know, in this in these trials, the schools are the victims, you know, and it becomes harder and harder to accept the fact that the schools are the victims, the more you understand that the people some of the highest paid or even in some cases, the highest paid employee at those schools has a hand in in in orchestrating. It'll another Downer of story. Stop. He was with the ATP. And now it looks like he is going to step down. So this comes a week after he pled no contest to two felony battery charges from a pretty brutal violent assault last Halloween. He beat up a man his ex wife's friend in front of his pregnant, wife and his kids. It's not the first time that Justin has kind of run into some some violent accusations. But for people out there who don't know he's a former professional tennis player, he's not a huge name. But he's very influential in the tennis world. He was one of three player presentative on the ATP board. He manages Lindsay Davenport. He's a, you know, a coach advisor to ATP player. John is ner. He has a production company called without limits. That is still under contract with the ATP an USDA to create content for them. So he is an influential figure within the tennis world. He's also. Tennis channel commentator one thing. I thought was interesting Michael we heard players speak out. I think for one of the first times, he the tennis world doesn't have a union. Oftentimes, it's rare to have players speaking out on issues like this moving on now to an another happy topic major league baseball. I the attendance is down and this one I do not understand. When was the last baseball game? You went to see was in Detroit. But I wanted to see the Tigers play but just to go out to the park longtime. Yeah. So a you are a rarity right now. Just just a USA today. Ran the numbers, and I'll give one to highlight at the San Francisco Giants one of the best teams in baseball over the past decade or so there everything seventeen percent fewer fans at games in March and April this year versus last year. We've talked on this show about this accusation that a lot fewer and fewer teams are trying to win and they have in the past. Well, if you look at the numbers right now, there may be something borne out that fans. Not as excited about a lot of these teams. Maybe they have been in years past up next on the show. Look who's coming back just in time. Scott Eboni we will speak to the San Francisco forty Niners. President Al Weadock about selling tickets bands in the XFL markets. There's no question some in the markets one might argue that their saturated, and so we have to do a really good job thinking about our value proposition that straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports. You can follow me on Twitter at big bar sports, and you can follow me at Novi underscore Williams. You're.

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"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We are here each and every week for you at the same time talking to the biggest names in sports and today, we are talking with the president of the San Francisco forty Niners, Al Guido. My wife is mad at me because she she said she's going to be for the show. And I said oh, president the forty Niners Guido. Oh, you weren't gonna tell me this. And you know, I love the forty Niners and she talks to get her airline to get bars. We've got forty Niners pool balls on the table. It I'm serious. This is you know, and there's a joke in there somewhere to figure out my wife is really mad. But anyway, one thing I wanted to bring up. I see. I want to bring this up about the af why do you think it failed? I think timing maybe business plan. And then obviously the obvious one is funding. Yeah. If you look at the difference between the two leagues, obviously this lease got a year worth runway. It's also got somebody that self-funding it. And you know, I know Charlie. Yeah. I think they came in obviously, everybody knows they come into funding problems. And I think that's honestly, the major difference as I mentioned there's other differences around built in data built-in fans, the ability distribute media, there's some there's some advantages on the WWE next fell side around how we might think through sponsorships given the two platforms that the A F did not have. But it all really comes down to funding. These are capital intensive leagues rousers. That have forty fifty people on them is this not a simple venture backed business. And so obviously, Vince is commitment changes everything. So there was no road show here. He didn't have to go to VC's looking for money. Vince knows it's his deck. How how long is he willing to sustain losses? And when do we flip the profitability, you know, I don't know that answer Scott. I mean, obviously, I've sat down with Vince briefly more with Oliver lockin Jeffrey Pollack who's the presidency CEO league. We all know, it's been reported around what Vince sold or how much he raised etc. I I don't know the profitability or when. But what I would tell you is he's committed to this thing. Not just for a year. That's for sure let's switch over to to NFL second. We're a week removed from the NFL draft the forty Niners pick second took Nick bows out of Ohio State. He was in the news for a little bit leading up to the draft because he had deleted some of his social media presence, some supportive Trump's some of his conservative political views and one of the reasons he gave for doing that is I might end up in San Francisco a fairly liberal city in the aftermath of that. Have you heard from fans positive negative either way what's been the reaction there? Everything's been really positive. I think Nick did a nice job talking about some of the mistakes. He made. I mean, look, I I think fans generally understand these are still kids. Right. And I. Yeah. I was joking with my wife like if you gave me a social media account when I'm seventeen years old. Look he made mistakes. He made insensitive comments that he's now I see apologize for. And he has a lot to learn. And he he said something during the press conference that struck me around San Francisco actually being the perfect place for him to, you know, open up right understand that ever seen inclusion and everything else. But I will tell you this Nick Bosa is a tremendous young human being young adult and passionate about football tremendous family, crepe pedigree. He made his mistakes whole learn from will get better off the field are fans couldn't be happier. Now that we've pair Nick Bosa with d four and a pass rush. I know I'm pumped about it the NFL's a pretty simple league. Although it's hard guys who can throw the ball, and you guys who can knock those guys down. And I think we got both of them are other guy was throwing the ball just towards ACL week three last year or hoping to get him back healthy think it's a stretch to say that right now, we're. Put the country more politically divided than we have been in a long time in that environment. How how much do you wait or think about a potential draft picks political leaning and how it might mesh with the kind of the overarching fit of your of your city? Not at all. I mean, look doesn't mean we didn't do background on the kid doesn't mean we didn't bring it up and ask them the question. But like if we're going to get into a world where we're we're not drafting Republicans are not drafting Democrats. I the way that I think about it is he's a young kid. He had a perspective that perspective is fine. Some of the other stuff he did. I think was a little insensitive and you need to learn from. But honestly, I spend no time worrying about I know John Lynch spends no time worrying about we worry about the kid himself, not necessarily his political leanings up next week continue our conversation with the president of the San Francisco forty Niners Allegri do about the sports business operation being so different. Now. It's not movie theaters anymore joke. Like, you know, sports was movie theaters. You open up your doors and people came..

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"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:01 min | 3 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hello Michael Barr. And I'm Evan Novi Williams over the next hour. We you got me saying we've asked stepped out for a second over the next hour. We will explore the big money issues in the world of sports and talk to some of the biggest players in the industry. Evan. You know, Scott is a busy guy that we love him dearly. So he's going to come back later on. And he's going to be here for the interview as a talk with San Francisco, forty Niners President Al Guido, he'll be back for that interview. But he stepped out for a second. So we'll hand women just the two of us. Awesome. Looking forward to. First, let's get into this week's topics, and let's start with some unfortunate news involving original Wildcats basketball, coach, Shawn Miller. According to reports, he pay ten grand per month to de'andre eight. Yeah. It's this trial has caused basketball FBI trial continues this week in New York City, and I know we're harping on this. But to me, it's kind of a perfect encapsulation of where college sports the NCAA where they all exist right now. A couple of months ago a year ago. In fact, you know, last February came out reports that that Shawn Miller was paying Deandra Eytan. Right. He vehemently denied it. The school stood by him. He's still employed now over the course of this trial. We've had multiple different recordings in which people have said, Shawn Miller was paying de'andre Aiden, including most recently this week one of his former assistance book Richardson's, so this is beyond just Christian Dawkins the agent who the aspiring agent, this is one of Miller's own assistance on a wiretap talking about the ten thousand dollars per month that Shawn Miller was paying eight and it makes it begs the question. What point does air Zona step in here? Right. It's becoming less and less plausible that everyone around. This thing is lying about his involvement in that. He's the only one telling the truth. It really makes you wonder what more Arizona needs before they step in should add that this wiretap is from almost two years ago. Yeah. So this is a while ago. Oh, down eight and played just one year at Arizona them was the number one overall pick in the NBA draft and show. Miller's again, not the only coach involved here. Right. Will Wade the head coach at LSU was suspended for LSU's run through the NCAA tournament. He was reinstated recently because he has repeatedly denied any involvement in paying players. He is also, you know, his name comes up on these wiretaps as well as someone who is who had direct knowledge of payer players being paid. There was a good column in Yahoo recently about how you look at this trial, which is essentially exposing the ugly underbelly of college basketball. I hate to sound like Humphrey Bogart cast blanket about the schools. But all of a sudden there's gambling going on in this establishment. So I just wanted to really quickly. How much do you think the schools new about this? Yeah. I mean, I it seems clear to me that assistant coaches, obviously. And also head coaches were complicit in you know, what is, you know, a problem that goes a lot deeper I think than just the schools that we have known here. But again, it really makes you in this in these trials the schools are the victims, you know, and it becomes harder and harder to accept the fact that that that the schools are the victims, the more you understand that the people some of the highest paid or even in some cases, the highest paid employee at those schools has a hand in in in orchestrating. It'll another Downer of a story Hamill stop he was with the ATP. And now it looks like he is going to step down. Yeah. So this comes a week after he pled no contest to to felony battery charges from a pretty brutal violent assault last Halloween. He beat up a man his ex wife's friend in front of his pregnant, wife and his kids. It's not the first time that Justin has kind of run into some some violent accusations. But for people out there who don't know he's a former professional tennis player, he's not a huge name. But he's very influential in the tennis world. He was one of three player representatives on the board. He manages Lindsay Davenport. He's a, you know, a coach advisor to ATP player. John is ner. He has a production company called without limits that is still under contract with the ATP and USDA to create content for them. So he is an influential figure within the tennis world. He's also a tennis channel commentator one thing. I thought was interesting Michael we heard players speak out. I think for one of the first times the tennis world doesn't have a union. Oftentimes, it's rare to have players speaking out on issues like this moving on now to another happy topic major league baseball, and the attendance is down. This one. I do not understand. When was the last baseball game? You went to well messy. I was in Detroit. But I wanted to see the Tigers play but just to go out to the park spent a long time. Yeah. So you are rarity right now. Just just a USA today. Ran the numbers, and I'll give one to highlight at the San Francisco Giants one of the best teams in baseball over the past decade or so there everything seventeen percent fewer fans at games in March and April this year versus last year. We we've talked a bit on this show about this acusations that a lot fewer and fewer teams are trying to win and they have in the past. Well, if you look at the numbers right now, there may be something born out that fans are not as excited about a lot of these teams. Maybe they have been in years past up next on the show. Oh, look who's coming back. Just in time. Scott tonight, we will speak to the San Francisco forty Niners. President Al Guido about selling tickets bands in the XFL markets. There's no question in some of the markets one might argue that their saturated, and so we have to do a really good job thinking about our value proposition that straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports. You can follow me on Twitter at big bar sports,.

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"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Every week for you at the same time talking to the biggest names in sports and today, we are talking with the president of the San Francisco forty Niners, Al Guido. My wife is mad at me. Because she she said, you know, you she said, well, we interview for for the show and I said oh, president the forty Niners Guido out. You weren't going to tell me this. And you know, I love the forty Niners and she talks just like get her airline bars. We've got forty Niners balls on the table. It. I'm serious. This is you know, and there's a joke in there somewhere to figure out my wife is really mad. But anyway, one day I wanted to bring up I see. I want to bring this up about the af why do you think it failed? I think timing maybe business plan. And then obviously the obvious one is funding. Yeah. If you look at the difference between the two leagues, obviously this lease got a year worth runway. It's also got somebody that self-funding it. And you know, I know Charlie. Yeah. I think they came in obviously, everybody knows they come into funding problems. And I think that's honestly, the major difference as I mentioned there's other differences around built in data built-in fans the ability to distribute media, there's some there's some advantages on the WWE and XFL side around how we might think through sponsorships given the two platforms that the A F did not have. But it all really comes down to funding. These are capital intensive leagues rosters that have forty fifty people on them is this not a simple venture backed business. And so obviously, Vince is commitment changes everything. So there was no road show here. He didn't have to go VC's looking for money Vince knows it's his deck. How how long is he willing to sustain losses? And when do we flip to profitability? I don't know that answer Scott. I mean, obviously, I've sat down with Vince briefly more with Oliver lockin Jeffrey Pollack who's obviously the the presidency CEO league. We all know it's been reported around what Vince sold or how much he raised etcetera. I I don't know the profitability or when. But what I would tell you is he's committed to this thing. Not just for a year. That's for sure let's switch over to to NFL for a second. We're a week removed from the NFL draft the forty Niners picked second took Nick bows out of state. He was in the news for a little bit leading up to the draft because he had deleted some of his social media presence, some support of Trump some of his conservative political views and one of the reasons he gave for doing that is I might end up in San Francisco, a fairly liberal city in the aftermath of that. Have you heard from fans positive negative either way what's been the reaction there? Everything's been really positive. I think Nick did a nice job talking about some of the mistakes. He made. I mean, look, I I think fans generally understand these are still kids. Right. And I I was. Yeah. I was joking when my wife like if you gave me a social media account when I was seventeen years old. I mean, look he made mistakes. He made insensitive comments that he's now I see apologize for. And he has a lot to learn. And he he said something during the press conference that struck me around San Francisco actually being the perfect place for him to open up right understand that ever seen inclusion and everything else. But I will tell you this Nick Bosa is a tremendous young human being young adult and passionate about football tremendous family, crepe pedigree. He made his mistakes. Learn from HOGAN better off the field are fans couldn't be happier. Now that we pair Nick Bosa with D Ford and a pass rush. I know I'm pumped about it the NFL's a pretty simple league. Although it's hard you guys who can throw the ball, and you guys who can knock those guys down. And I think we got both of them are other guy was throwing the ball just tours ACL week three last year. So we're open to get him back healthy. I don't think it's a stretch to say that right now, we're putting the country. More politically divided than we have been in a long time in that environment. How how much do you wait or think about a potential draft picks political leaning and how it might mesh with the kind of the overarching fit of your of your city? Not at all. I mean, look doesn't mean we didn't do background on the kid doesn't mean we didn't bring it up and asking the question. But like if we're going to get into a world where we're we're not drafting Republicans are not drafting Democrats. I the way that I think about it is he's a young kid. He had a perspective that perspective is fine. Some of the other stuff he did. I think was a little insensitive and you need to learn from. But honestly, I spend no time worrying about I know John Lynch spends no time worrying about we worry about the kid himself, not necessarily his political leanings up next week continue our conversation with the president of the San Francisco forty Niners Allegri do about the sports business operation being so different. Now. It's not movie theaters anymore joke. Like, you know, sports is movie theaters. You opened up your doors and people came and now with. With eyeballs going every different way. There's so much competition. Not just in sports. It's how you market. How smart we are? And our partnership at LV has four different partners in it, Harris, sports, entertainment, parent companies Sixers and devils, obviously Lovie g which is Tim y Wicky oak view group, and then live nation, and TicketMaster and live nation TicketMaster come into play big time here because if you think about it, obviously the platform of data and all the fans that they have relative to content and sports. That's obviously a big one. You're listening to Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio around the world. I'm Michael Barr on Twitter at big bar sports. I'm Ed Novi Williams at Novi.

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"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Evan Williams. Over the next hour. We got me saying we ask out stepped out for a second over the next hour. We will explore the big money issues in the world of sports and talk to some of the biggest players in the industry. Evan. You know, Scott is a busy guy that we love him dearly. So he's gonna come back later on. He's going to be here for the interview has been a talk with San Francisco, forty nine President, Al Guido, he'll be back for that interview. But he stepped up for a second. So we'll hand women just the two of us. Awesome. Looking forward to. First, let's get into this week's topics, and let's start with some unfortunate news involving on Wildcats basketball. Coach Shawn Miller. According to reports, he paid ten grand per month to de'andre eight. Yeah. It's this trial has caused basketball FBI trial continues this week in New York City, and I know we're harping on this. But to me, it's kind of a perfect encapsulation of where college sports the NCAA where they all exist right now. A couple of months ago a year ago, in fact, last February there came out reports that that Shawn Miller was paying de'andre Eytan. Right. He vehemently denied it. The school stood by him. He's still employed now over the course of this trial. We've had multiple different recordings in which people have said Shawn Miller was paying de'andre heating, including most recently this week one of his former assistants book Richardson's. So this is beyond just Christian Dawkins the agent who the aspiring agent this is one of Shawn Miller zone assistance on a wiretap talking about the ten thousand dollars per month that Shawn Miller was paying de'andre eight. And it makes it begs the question. What point does air Zona step in here? Right. It's becoming less and less plausible that everyone around. This thing is lying about his involvement in that. He's the only one telling the truth. It really makes you wonder what more Arizona needs before they step in this wiretap is from almost two years ago. Yes, this is a while ago. Go down eight and play just one year at Arizona them was the number one overall pick in the NBA draft, and Sean is again, not the only coach involved here. Right. Will Wade the head coach at LSU was suspended for LSU's run through the NCAA tournament. He was reinstated recently because he has repeatedly denied any involvement in paying players. He is also, you know, his name comes up on these wiretaps as well as someone who is who had direct knowledge of payers players being paid. There was a good column in Yahoo recently about how you look at this trial, which is essentially exposing the ugly underbelly of college basketball. I hate to sound like Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca. Schools, but. All of a sudden there's gambling going on in the show. So I just wanted to really quickly. How much do you think the schools new about this? Yeah. I mean, I it seems clear to me that you know, assistant coaches, obviously. And also head coaches were complicit in what is a problem that goes a lot deeper. I think than just the schools that we have known here. But again, it really makes you in this in these trials the schools are the victims, you know, and it becomes harder and harder to accept the fact that that the schools are the victims, the more, you understand that the people some of the highest paid or even in some cases, the highest paid employee at those schools has a hand in in in orchestrating at all another Downer of a story just been Hamill. Stop. He was with the AT. And now it looks like he is going to step down. Yeah. So this comes a week after he pled no contest to felony battery charges from a pretty brutal, violent assault. Last halloween. He beat up a man his ex wife's friend in front of his pregnant, wife and his kids. It's not the first time that Justin has kind of run into some sort of some violent accusations. But for people out there who don't know he's a former professional tennis player, he's not a huge name. But he's very influential in the tennis world. He was one of three player representatives on the board. He manages Lindsay Davenport. He's a, you know, a coach advisor to ATP player. John is ner. He has a production company called without limits. That is still under contract with the ATP and USDA to create content for them. So he is an influential figure within the tennis world. He's also a tennis channel commentator one thing. I thought was interesting Michael we heard players speak out. I think for one of the first times, he the tennis world doesn't have a union. Oftentimes, it's rare to have players speaking out on issues like this moving on now to an another happy topic major league baseball, and the attendance is down. And I this one I do not understand. When was the last baseball game? You went to well. Now, see I was in Detroit. But I wanted to see the Tigers play but just to go out to the park spent a long time. Yeah. So you are a rarity right now. Just just a USA today. Ran the numbers, and I'll give one to highlight at the San Francisco Giants one of the best teams in baseball over the past decade or so there averaging seventeen percent fewer fans at games in March and April this year versus last year. We we've talked a bit on this show about this accusation that a lot fewer and fewer teams are trying to win than they have in the. Past. Well, if you look at the numbers right now, there may be something born out that fans are not as excited about a lot of these teams as maybe they have been in years past up next on the show. Oh, look who's coming back. Just in time. Scott tonight, we will speak to the San Francisco forty Niners president Alfredo about selling tickets bands in the XFL markets. There's no question in some of the markets one might argue that their saturated, and so we have to do a really good job thinking about our value proposition that straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports. You can follow me on Twitter at big bar sports, and you can follow me at Novi underscore Williams..

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"al guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The behemoths are worried about their future. We are the dominant sport in America. But if we really want to build our business and become an international sport that's gonna take some figuring out. That's jed York of the National Football League. San Francisco forty Niners. He's the team CEO and co owner I would I say that the biggest blessing in the biggest curse of the NFL are the TV contracts where it makes you very successful. But it also makes it so you don't really try new things. And and try to disrupt how big are the NFL's TB contracts roughly six billion dollars a year number one in the world number-two just under five billion is the FIFA World Cup, which is pretty remarkable for an event whose finals are held only every four years, although they are playing to a global audience rounding out the top ten global TV contracts are the NBA and major league baseball the top soccer leagues in England Germany and Spain along with the UEFA Champions League and the summer and Winter Olympics, not cracking the top ten. Are the NHL MLS or UFC, which means that the NFL has more TV revenue than all the other big American sports leagues combined? Thirty three of the top fifty shows are still NFL TV games. That's Al Guido president of the San Francisco forty Niners. The eyeballs are still there. They're just scattered. They're just in different places. And I think the NFL along with every other league needs to do the best job. They can getting content in fans hands wherever they are. And that's changing dramatically cable. Subscriptions in the US have been dropping fast. Fifty four percent of yours between eighteen and twenty nine. You streaming services more than cable that said live sports are much better position than just about any other kind of content. The please on old fashioned TV we still do watch the Super Bowl live. The economist Victor Matheson again, we watched the World Cup live. We watch the World Series live. And that gives advertisers a chance to put their product in front of a live audience, and it's one of the last places that happens. And this is why we still see increasing contracts, even though the actual number of eyeballs watching sports contest is not going up particularly quickly. The NFL is also made big deals to stream its games. Amazon. For instance, recently renewed its NFL deal paying sixty five million dollars a year for the digital rights to eleven Thursday night games that are already being broadcast on TV. That was thirty percent bump over the same rights last season. Amazon reportedly beat out rival offers from Twitter and YouTube my nine seven and five year old don't even turn on the TV forty Niners Al Guido again, he'd like the NFL to grow especially overseas. But that is complicated in the NFL. We have what I was deemed right now is an event based strategy. We host games overseas. Right. And that is immensely successful. However is what is the global strategy and footprint long-term? What is it a league level? What is it that a team level? And how do we incentivize our clubs to invest more money outside of their footprint? I am frustrated at the inability for us to take our rights and marks across global footprints. I'll give you a specific example. Jared Hain was on our team a few years ago. Australian rugby player they said he was the Michael Jordan of Australian rugby he comes over here. He plays. He's an immediate success sells more jerseys than any player in the NFL. Right. We obviously would love to do a deal Rio Tinto or we'd love to open up for pop up retail shop in Australia. We can't while we can vote if we were to sell our rights and marks and they were to use it in Australia that revenue is split. Thirty two ways doesn't necessarily come back to the team because thirty two teams in the league. Right. So we make as much money on. Jimmy, Garoppolo jersey as we might on. A Russell Wilson.

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"al guido" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on Freakonomics

"The TV the forty Niners Al Guido again. He'd like the NFL to grow. Oh, especially overseas. But that is complicated in the NFL. We have what I was deemed right now is an event based strategy. We host games overseas. Right. And that is immensely successful. However is what is the global strategy and footprint long-term? What is it a league level? What is it that a team level? And how do we incentivize our clubs to invest more money outside of their footprint? I am frustrated at the inability for us to take our rights and marks across global footprints. I'll give you a specific example. Jared Hain was on our team a few years ago. A in rugby player they said he was the Michael Jordan of Australian rugby he comes over here. He plays. He's an immediate success sells more jerseys than any player in the NFL. Right. We obviously would love to do a deal area Tinto or we'd love to open up her pop up retail shop in Australia. We can't while we can. But if we were to sell our, right? And marks and they were to use it in Australia that revenue split thirty two ways doesn't necessarily come back to the team. Right three ways. Because thirty two teams in the league. Right. So we make as much money on Jimmy Garoppolo jersey as we might on. A Russell Wilson jersey. Let's take a step back here. Jimmy Garoppolo is a forty Niners player. Russell Wilson is not Algirdas point is at the NFL like most American sports leagues is so devoted to its revenue sharing.

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"al guido" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on Freakonomics

"The TV the forty Niners Al Guido again. He'd like the NFL to grow. Oh, especially overseas. But that is complicated in the NFL. We have what I was deemed right now is an event based strategy. We host games overseas. Right. And that is immensely successful. However is what is the global strategy and footprint long-term? What is it a league level? What is it that a team level? And how do we incentivize our clubs to invest more money outside of their footprint? I am frustrated at the inability for us to take our rights and marks across global footprints. I'll give you a specific example. Jared Hain was on our team a few years ago. A in rugby player they said he was the Michael Jordan of Australian rugby he comes over here. He plays. He's an immediate success sells more jerseys than any player in the NFL. Right. We obviously would love to do a deal area Tinto or we'd love to open up her pop up retail shop in Australia. We can't while we can. But if we were to sell our, right? And marks and they were to use it in Australia that revenue split thirty two ways doesn't necessarily come back to the team. Right three ways. Because thirty two teams in the league. Right. So we make as much money on Jimmy Garoppolo jersey as we might on. A Russell Wilson jersey. Let's take a step back here. Jimmy Garoppolo is a forty Niners player. Russell Wilson is not Algirdas point is at the NFL like most American sports leagues is so devoted to its revenue sharing.

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"al guido" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:21 min | 3 years ago

"al guido" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"What an incredible basketball game. That was I mean, we could talk about we do all three hours on that game. I mean, just an incredible incredible game. You know, I really think I mean, we we could talk about harden all day. And harden was what? No, you didn't answer. And I know where it sacrilegious that guy is terrible. Yeah. I mean, so. He's so, you know, his handle is ridiculous. Yeah. Six eight. He can go anywhere. He wants to get that big. I thought it was about six five six. He's definitely. Well, maybe six six I'm just saying he's six eight good got better than LeBron. Okay. Well, LeBron's Mark six eight six guys more like six six I guess six seven maybe. But I think if harden is about six six, but I mean, you can go anywhere you want on the floor. He can shoot deep threes. You know, it's just it's he when he gets going. I mean, this is James harden. I mean at times he gets it going and coming into. Last night. He's in one of the hottest stretches of his career player the month and averaging over thirty six game. And just the way he took this thing over. Was incredible. I'd love to have heard exactly what he held at your Eamonn green. Yeah. I think. Migraine. This is said there. Hey, you right in your face. Hey for whatever. Listen, Draymond hustled. Does all that. But he is doing a lotta yelling. Now, he looks like a guy he's a little frustrated with life. You know what I mean? And that when you win look at that competitive spirit when you lose he's yelling too much. I understand that. But I was I was gonna steal this. And then Murph gave it away 'cause you know shack said, and I felt the same way. But I've watching the post game he said, hey, as great as harden is he's doing it in January come playoff time. You have to carry a team like that. He wonders how much you'll have left. No. That's a it's a good question. Yeah. Not to mention. I mean, you know, what's James harden known for he's known for kind of bowing out in the pope playoffs and not necessarily. Not necessarily firing his greatest efforts. When it really matters. It's one thing to do it. Now. Can he do it when it matters? But he was incredible last night. Austin rivers. I thought really helped them last night. I mean, God rivers. Seen him play. Without without Paul. They get another ball handler. And they just got a guy who you know, he hit a couple of big threes. You know, and and so you know, he had eighteen he looked good. But to me was it was all about harden. And just just the fact of the matter is if you look at the way the game went Golden State dominated the first-half third quarter comes out, and it's just a barrage of threes. Houston hip eight threes in the third thirty nine point third quarter and gave themselves a shot. But to me the most telling stat of the night say Houston's first turnover in the second half didn't come until there was a minute forty five left in the fourth. I mean, they really did a nice job in the second half of taking care of the basketball. So I thought that had a huge a huge impact on things. I mean, you can look at any one sequencers, you know, two sequences and say, well, this guy shouldn't have done this or shouldn't. Have done that. I mean to me Golden State has no nothing to point at. They got breaks in this thing out of bounds. Play. How about the one where we're although when Durant had feet out about, you know, and that's curry hit the to to make a one thirty four one thirty two K D saved it, but he was a hundred percent out of bounds. I mean, it wasn't even close. But see that went in the last ten minutes. You know, what they gotta do though. How do you miss that glove? I missed it. So what they gotta do that in the last two minutes or something like that? There has to be an overrule or something where where the, you know. Secaucus or whatever the hell they have that the main headquarters somebody's got to relay something down to the death. They blow the horn or something in the last couple minutes because that would have been the game. They lost. The had the warriors converted them. I wasn't even talking about that one. What about the one earlier in the fourth earlier in the overtime? I should say when the refs green lost it out of bounds underneath it was pretty clear that it was that that didn't touch anybody except for green and the refs looked at it and ruled Golden State ball. So that was a break, you know. So they got that break. And then they got the break at the end there with Katie saving it despite the fact he was nowhere close to inbounds. And then just it was almost appropriate. But harden, I mean hardness at this point and for Houston. No, Chris, Paul. No, Eric, Gordon. You know, hardened just was so unstoppable and Houston's rolling six in a row eleven of twelve and Clinton cappella, we talked about what do you get twenty something rebounds twenty nine points, twenty one rebounds? I'd love to have him. Now. Now now, this is terrible here, we're picking on Draymond green. But they're both the same type of guy only he's a little bit bigger. You know what I mean? My thing is yesterday. We had that discussion where I said I would pick the field over the warriors. And I don't know if Houston can win four games against the warriors four out of seven. But my point is I don't think the warriors are invincible this year from the standpoint of you catch a team that's hot. And they got a little you know, there's a few holes there. That's all I'm saying, I would still bet the warriors against any other t- individually, but there's some pretty good. You know, Toronto look terrible last night and the in against him this team though, you know, they're big off season edition was cousins. And he's he hasn't played Anderson all star, you know, he hasn't played at all. So I mean, I know how many teams can say they're going to add an all star between now and and win the title gets defended. You know, I I'll still take Golden State out of respect for the talent. That DeMarcus cousins has right. He's an all star. Yeah. He's an all star unique situation. And even if he's not one hundred percent, I gotta think he's going to have a huge positive impact. We didn't answer this. And again, it's a sports talk thing, and we know curry and he's great. I guess hardens just touch better than Steph curry. I mean, I mean there are different. I mean heart is hardened point guard. I'll say this. The last night. Yeah. I mean, he made some brilliant past is hardened better off without Chris Paul. Yeah. That's a good point. I mean, Chris Paul wants to handle and hard and wants to handle. I mean, Steph curry is the greatest pure shooter. And so I I don't know. I mean, and of course, Steph Curry's a of the bay area guy. But I mean, you know, six seven six seven point guard is hardens gonna play the point six seven point guards who can get their shot, and it just it's hard to evaluate hardened off of when he's going good. Because when he's going good, you're right. He looks like he's better. He just really he's he's that high level and they won the game. See that's the thing about him. He's doing it in situations. He not just putting up points. You know, like George heartens also has times where he's totally evaporated and disappeared layoff in crunch time in and like inexplicably kind of derailed themselves. So let's let's I I. I I think hardened is a massive talent. I think Curry's far more trustworthy. Okay. Other. Boy. Steph had a rough night last night with the turnovers. Hey, we just got word we Larry. And I we are in a ghost town. But we're enjoying each other. This is one where you send media. There's an album helmet, right? There was a Clemson helmet. But you have to be with the Fred if you're here with a friend. This is gonna be locked our Caucasian men. Well down south. Let's go get up. Oh, we're going to have Al Guido. Dockers convention around here. The forty Niners will be here. No, no. They're like I said if we hang around long enough by getting we are they'll be some people here. Anyway, Al Guido, the president of the forty Niners is gonna join us and do me one favor. Brian. I know everything can you look up hardened sides because I had him at six four. And I I don't know. It's got to be bigger than that. He looks right. Look it up and then jump well. Whatever he is was six five six five still agree with Larry. Larry's accurate Brian on the setup. All right. We are here live with national championship game. The game is Monday, and we'll chat some basketball back and forth here and have a little fun NFL weekend. We got Hicks to make and well, let's Kim to the end of the NFL playoffs. We're gonna get four. If you could only watch one of these NFL playoff games. I'm not turned on. Which game? Would you pick? It. It's a hard one teasing tease it because there's no New England, right? There's no Rams. I'm a little slow on all of them. But I'll come what am I leading you buy a game and a half. Larry was four and one tickets because I'm going right on by you think? So all right. I'm gonna feel pretty good action. Yeah. I'm gonna try to take a break here from all the action, and they get over in a corner by myself and make these picks we are here live. It's getting ready for the national championship game on Monday. And by the way, we want to talk about fan booing to if you're let's any of that last night. Don't don't do a guy making thirty million. And he's an all star and coach hugged him at the end and their friends. You can't do now you can do or should be. We'll talk go. All right. Welcome all our friends America long lights here from Clemson and Alabama. Great to be among you on the sports leader right time for traffic.

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"al guido" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"No, not really I mean 'cause I think to some degree. So that you know, fantasy football was just another version of this. Right. And then then obviously you bring daily into it. And as you saw the daily fantasy evolve you could kinda foresee a world where they were starting to regulate the mobile piece of it. And you know, the federal government was getting involved, obviously state legislature was getting involved, and you kinda felt this this this momentum happening overnight. And look I mean, I think if you're a football fan, and I grew up one the frightening works for a team. I mean, no one would argue that fantasy football didn't make more fan. You know, the NFL has benefited from fantasy football. What do you play it like it or don't it's benefited it's grown? The sport is a whole. And I think that you know, legalized gambling. It was happening. You know, illegal gambling was happening. How cross board? I think as state started to really get aggressive. In trying to get tax revenues, you kinda just for solid happening. And I think for us at the league, he'll listen we're slowly coming along probably slower, maybe than some of the other sports. But 'cause the integrity piece is still so important as it always should be and will remain. And so the question becomes is. How do you legislate it? And I think we're getting closer on that front, obviously still at state by state. But there's you know, if federal government has taken a stance put a Bill out there. I think honestly guys in the next year or two that, you know, we're probably sitting in a world where most of the states have some form of legalized gambling, whether or not it's at the casino or track or mobile, but I think we're here. Frankly, look, I'm I'm biased because I'm from born and raised in San Jose. So I think is is is awesome. You know, they're the people. Look we live in the bay area the sun happens. The sun is great people want to bitch about that. When it comes to leave is all they're gonna find a way you got the World Cup. They'd find a way to bitch about that. Like at what point have you just said, you know, what screw all this. There's a lot more positive going towards what we have going for not only just the organization, but everyone else everything else around it. I feel good about like the obviously the culture of our team our our football leadership. Obviously like we saw short of expectations all of our expectations. But. You know, it's been well documented injuries on the field. I mean off the field what we deserve some of that criticism in the first year. I mean, the parking and transportation situation was not good. It wasn't up to my standards. And we had a lot of learning in that new building. And we got better is that first season went on. And then of course, listen to the turf situation was real in year one. I'm not running from it. It was you know, there was a mistake made on the on the on the sand soil mix on the surface. And that leads us kind of catch playing catchup all year, but I think we fix those and to some degree, you know, we haven't performed well on the field and probably that hurts perception as we go forward, but you know, as we look at every single metric on the fan service. We've improved across the board, and that's from our fans from actual surveys. Then we were top five in the NFL improvements last year. And I think we're tracking to be again this year. And that's without really performing on the field. The way we want to so. You know, what I would say is we earn some of that. And we had to get better. And I think we have. But you know, what we gotta keep doing it. And yeah, the heat the heat. I mean, I can't do anything about the heat. Just like I can't do anything about central in this weekend. A lot of things frankly that we could do a better job in. And that's what we grind on daily. I mean, that's all I can do. I can't tackle or catch passes. I wish I could. But I can't. So I try to control all the other things about the fan experience that someone sort of rates are game day by and that's that's where I really try to spend my time on route quick with the turf all that stuff. I'm just wondering just based on, you know, going to the games and watching all this stuff and all the events you guys do at some point where you guys ever thinking about just the you know, the fake turf. Just just not saying complaining this can you sound like complaint. Listen that's a fair question. Yes. The answer's yes. I mean, I think that after that first year. I mean, we had a, you know, we had a real long discussion about it. And and you know, we came down to the station. It was really twofold one. It was the first year in our was kinda abnormal because what winds not to get too technical guys. But like we around leasing out a number of NFL fields. Right. So we always have them ready. We'll that first year the minute we had to tear up the first one we were kind of just catching up. And so you know, we felt like in year two we could prepare better. We knew the schedule. We knew you know, how the sun hit the stadium, and you know, how to grow grass a little bit better inside the surface. We just learned a lot. And then. More importantly, you know, for any, and I think our players, I know our players appreciate this in the NFL. There's fifteen percent more injuries on turf surface than there is grass. And so we felt like we were, you know, going into Levi's we were losing a lot of starters and having a soft tissue injuries to turf surfaces. And obviously somebody would push back and say, well you lost you know, Jimmy and jet on grass one hundred practice field one on NFL field. But if you look at the data, it's still will tell you that grass surfaces a much healthier surface may player health and safety perspective. And so it's not a monetary thing. It actually costs us way more money to keep a grass surface down. Then it would get her surface. It's all about our players, and we just think it's the healthier surface. So we're going to stick with it. I think frankly, now annoys is a little blown out of control. Because it's just perception again, we gotta fight that. And that is what it is. But wait TC the surface on Monday night. It's gonna be pristine. It'll be perfect. I'm not worried about it whatsoever. So we haven't had any conversations on turf side since you're one. You know, this as well as I do you guys start winning games? The turf can be pulled up the sun can be hot as hell. All this stuff. It it just everything's third by winning. I mean, that's that's you know that. I mean, that's that's all it is. One last thing. John Lynch makes it to the final fifteen for the hall of fame. Pretty cool. Yeah. Beyond cool. We gotta get them in. Yeah. I deserve being. And do you know who makes his do, you know who makes his case by by the way? I might be catching you offhand. But you know, the guy make the k- I don't know who makes the case for John Lynch. Has. We have a guy actually, John Lynch. He does on Saturday. They have a guy like stand up doing my film. That's a good question. I talked to talked to Lynch today a little bit about it. I know Rick Stroud in Tampa because he spent some. Okay. Okay. Probably spend a little bit of time on it. But I don't know if he actually has I know he does because you're right on like mayo coz done it for certain guy. Yeah. So I don't I don't know. Make him good. We're going to spend a lot of time trying to trying to push for John. And. Yeah, anyway. Yeah. I, you know, we all think he deserves it not only, you know, hall of Famer in my book on the field. But I all Famer off the field as far as a person. So we hope he gets in his dad was deniro in silver linings playbook. He's got the guy if you know what? I mean, he's got. That's what I mean. Now, he's a hell of a guy. He's always great to us. I know. I know exactly what you mean. Hey, Al congrats on it. I know it's going to be great. Another national championship game is going to be a great on Monday night. Bama. And Clemson, I know people are gonna love it. I think it's going to be great down there. No. You're gonna bunch of concerts and events down there in San Jose. They're going to be great. Congrats on Greg Papa like I said I've known known him for years and worked with them for years. You couldn't have made a better choice there and him in Tim are going to be outstanding happy new year to you. Happy holidays all that stuff. And we'll talk to you soon. Thanks for the time. Thanks, great catching up. There you go. There's the president the forty Niners. Al Guido a lot of stuff to unpack. We'll reset everything at the top of the hour. But first here is your latest.

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