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Fresh update on "alabama" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 min | 37 min ago

Fresh update on "alabama" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Aren't black and white. Think red here's Frank hanrahan. Caps start their long road trip with a loss at the New Jersey Devils 5 to one Jack Hughes of New Jersey with a hat trick to lead the way for New Jersey, John Carlson. His 6th goal of the season was the only goal for the capitals to again fall. At the devil's 5 to one. College football Maryland shuts out Rutgers 37 zip on Saturday to close out their regular season to 7 and 5. Now wait to see what bowl they will play in. Number three Michigan tops number two Ohio State bit of an upset here 45 23. Other rivalry games, Alabama all over auburn, 49, 27. At the World Cup, it was Argentina over Mexico to zip pole and beat Saudi Arabia to nothing. Australia over Tunisia one zip, France, the defending champ. Beats Denmark two to one in clincher birth in the round of 16. College hoops on Saturday, local winners. Georgetown AV GW and George Mason Marilyn women topping talent commanders get the falcon Sunday at 1 o'clock as the commander 6 and 5 record, osa falcons who come in at 5 and 6. Caps fall 5, one at the Devils, a Frank

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 4 hrs ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports, I'm Ben Thomas, on a big day in college football and the big game had Ohio State hosting Michigan. Then in cap on how it played out. CFP number three Michigan stuns number two Ohio State 45 23 JJ McCarthy threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns and ran in another to help Michigan outscore Ohio State 28 three in the second half and approved a 12 clinching a spot in the Big Ten championship game. Job's not finished. We got so much more to do. CJ Stroud sauce for 349 yards and two touchdowns, but it was too late interceptions that sealed the buckeyes fate, Ohio State drops to 11 and one. Number one, Georgia overcame a slow start to beat Georgia Tech 37 14 and finish another undefeated regular season one number four TCU crushed Iowa state 62 14. But Michigan's decisive victory over Ohio State does offer some hope for playoff aspirants. Correspondent Mark Myers reports in USC took a giant step closer with a 38 27 win over Notre-Dame. Quarterback Caleb Williams encountered for four touchdowns, one passing in three running for the now 11 in one Trojans. Williams is now considered the leading candidate to capture the Heisman Trophy. But LSU tripped up falling to Texas a and M 38 23 head coach Brian Kelly. We just, for some reason, we're off today. In Clemson lost by a point to South Carolina, Alabama took the iron bowl 49 27 over auburn, coach Nick Saban says, despite two losses, the crimson tide merit playoff consideration. This team didn't give up on themselves. They didn't give up on each other. They kept fighting and won some tough games. Tennessee thrashed Vanderbilt 56 to nothing while Oregon state stunned Oregon 38 34. In the NBA, the raptures Lakers rockets and sons all winners, the NHL, oilers, hurricanes, blues, Maple Leafs, Devils, islanders, avalanche and Canucks at the World Cup Argentina over Mexico, France towns, Denmark, Australia beat Tunisia and Poland topped Saudi Arabia. Ben Thomas AP sports.

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Young, No. 8 Alabama roll past Auburn 49-27 in Iron Bowl

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 hrs ago

Young, No. 8 Alabama roll past Auburn 49-27 in Iron Bowl

"After a slow start, number 7 Alabama took control and thumbed auburn 49 27. The victory made crimson tide coach Nick Saban, a happy man. To win the iron bowl is a significant accomplishment for our team and for our fans, which we certainly appreciate. And this team to win ten games. Saban believes that ten and two, vampire deserves consideration for a playoff spot, 2021 Heisman Trophy winner Bryce young passed for three touchdowns and ran for another. Auburn is 5 and 7. I'm Bruce Morton

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Fresh update on "alabama" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "alabama" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Ice right now. Up in Jersey is a capital trailing at those Devils four zero ten minutes left in the third period of play. Maryland was a winner on senior day meeting Rutgers 37 zip and college football terps 7 and 5. Now they got to wait and see who they will play in their bowl game. Number three Michigan beats number two Ohio State 45 23 Alabama over auburn 49 27 at the World Cup. It was the defending champion French pitting Denmark two to once in France clinches a birth in the round of 16 Argentina bounces back from a loss of Saudi Arabia and beats Mexico to zip pulling over Saudi Poland over Saudi Arabia. Two zip Australia beats Tunisia one zero college basketball. Georgetown, navy GW and George Mason men all winners, Marilyn women, were winners as well, taking care of thousand. D.C. class a football championship goes to Coolidge as the colts beat mere 37 8 to caps down four zip midway through the third period up in Jersey. Frank handra had a VTO sports

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Gearing up for 2024

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:53 min | 4 d ago

Gearing up for 2024

"It is that week. It's that week where we remind you every week that the game is Saturday. There might be Thanksgiving between now and the game, but it's really all about the game. I believe Byron York is an agnostic about Ohio State in Michigan as I am neutral about all the Republicans who were in Las Vegas. Am I right about that Byron you don't give a dog on about the whole state of Michigan or Ohio? That is absolutely let's say that for, but I don't care about the higher state in Michigan. I was raised with Alabama and auburn, which is a much more important contest in my humble opinion. Well, it's definitely not this year. I don't think you're going to find many people are going to rally to the Byron York point of view there. But what did Byron New York think about Las Vegas and the first of many candidate parades of 2023 24? Actually, here is something I would very much like to get to your opinion on, which is I'm sure you've watched several of Donald Trump's rallies over the past 6 months. And there are critics who say, well, they're not quite as spirited as they used to be, et cetera. But they're pretty as performances. Let's just talk as performance. They're actually pretty impressive. And when you put him next to anybody, other than Ron DeSantis, perhaps, but also Ron DeSantis, just as a performer on the stump. You put Trump next to Mike Pompeo or Ron DeSantis or Mike Pence or Nikki Haley if she changes her mind and decides to run against Donald Trump. Would you have a 2016 situation in which one of the performers is so much stronger than the others? That there's a bit of an imbalance there.

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Fresh "Alabama" from The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:37 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh "Alabama" from The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

"Day is December 6th. You're listening to ABC News. From the wi OD, 24 hour traffic center. Over and I road construction in Miami dade county, stormwater drainage improvements on bird road traveling westbound between Santa maru drive and Alabama circle, also both right lanes on east and westbound sides of the sunny Oz bridge are still undergoing maintenance. Over in Broward county, look for repaving on hallberg road from coral ridge drive to pine island road, finally, the Sheridan street bridge will remain closed between west Lake drive and north ocean drive. I'm Zach wagon news radio 6 ten W IOD So I'm above average temperatures through this week and behind the Saturday near 84 with a mix of clouds and sunshine allows to increase overnight with the low 75 and to partly to mostly cloudy Sunday with a 187. With updates around the clock on South Florida severe weather station on the weather channel's Jeff marr, I'm using radio 6 ten W IOD. Rogues and airports starting to jam up with travelers heading home from the long Thanksgiving holiday 3 million floridians were predicted to travel by land and air. This Thanksgiving. More help for Florida property owners hurt by this year's hurricanes, lawmakers go into special sessions starting December 12th to talk about property tax breaks for hurricane victims and what to do about sky high property insurance rates. A 56 year old St. Petersburg woman being taken off life support days after she was attacked with a hatchet at her home relatives of Lisa Rogers

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Rep. Jim Banks: Pentagon Promotes CRT, Gender Identity 'Insanity'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | 5 d ago

Rep. Jim Banks: Pentagon Promotes CRT, Gender Identity 'Insanity'

"There is a very disturbing report out this is the headline from Fox News, Pentagon promotes critical race theory, gender identity, insanity. This is according to a GOP report that was obtained exclusively by Fox News, what's in this report? What can you tell us congressman? But The Pentagon told us that they weren't, they weren't pushing critical race theory, right? The last couple of years, they've been telling us that's not happening. It's not going on. It's completely provable and the report proves it that they've been advancing anti americanism through pushing CRT, other ideologies on our own troops. I've battled back and forth in the armed services committee hearing room with the top admiral and the United States Navy with secretary milley or general milley and secretary Austin, the top leadership of The Pentagon on these issues, it's unsustainable for a country to ask the next generation of young men and women to raise their right hand, take the oath of office that I did to serve protect and sometimes in some cases even ultimately the risk of paying the ultimate sacrifice for our country when we, at the same time, teach our kids and tell our troops that America is inherently evil and racist and that we're dying for this unsustainable as a country and that's why it's so dangerous that they would allow this ideology to creep into our institutions of the military and out among some of our troops who are younger who are enlisted and you're teaching them this garbage. So it's dangerous. We have to do something about it. Now that we had, again, now we have the we will have the majority. It might be a narrow majority, but Mike Rogers from Alabama will be the chairman of the House armed services committee with the gavel, we have to use that authority to force The Pentagon to stop spilling this garbage teaching this garbage pushing this garbage out on our men and women in uniform.

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Fresh update on "alabama" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "alabama" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"45 powered by maximus. Moving people and technology forward. Frank hanrahan, pretty good way to close out the regular season for Maryland. Yeah, shut out at that too. They meet a Rutgers 37 zip at college park on senior day, the turf is to close things out. 7 and 5 record now they will wait and see what bull they will play and as for that shutout. Coach Mike locksley. Today was more about doing the simple things better. It wasn't a big scheme thing, wasn't something where we went in and saying, hey, here's the special things we have to do. It was just about doing simple, better, and our defense really did a good job of that early in the game, and then they finished it the right way. Big robbery game in the top 5 number three Michigan takes care of number two Ohio State 45 23 Alabama beats auburn 49 27. On the ice right now, the capitals in big time trouble trailing at the New Jersey Devils three zip after two periods of play. This is the first of 6 on the road, but the capitals who are trying to win their third in a row, but right now I've got some work to do. Trailing three zip. At the World Cup Argentina beats Mexico to zip. France over Denmark two to one, told him to beat Saudi Arabia to nil, Australia, top Tunisia, one zip college basketball, local winners included Georgetown, navy, GW, George Mason, Maryland, women were winners over Towson. Frank had her hand up sports

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McClellan has career day, No. 8 Bama tops Austin Peay 34-0

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

McClellan has career day, No. 8 Bama tops Austin Peay 34-0

"Jase mcclellan and Jermaine Burton led CFP number 8 Alabama to a 34 zero win against Austin P mcclellan rushed for a career high 156 yards and two touchdowns for the crimson tide who forced three turnovers in their second shutout of the season Mcclellan started in place of jameer Gibbs and helped the tide improve to 9 and two I felt good you know just doing ten years before my coach has a book It felt good to just go behind the old Burton had his first 100 yard receiving game since transferring from Georgia grabbing 7 passes for 128 yards and two scores I'm Dave ferry

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The Power of State Legislatures

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:59 min | Last week

The Power of State Legislatures

"Debbie and I have been talking about the power of state legislatures to address issues in particularly election issues. I mean, look at this. Look at the not just GOP dominance in all these states, but it's the degree of dominance. I'm just going to read very quickly Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming. And again, those are the states in which Republicans dominate both houses, but the margins are huge. Look at Wyoming. The Senate Republicans 28. It doesn't surprise me in white. And the house. 55 to 5. 5 to 5. But look at Texas, honey, Senate, 19 to 12 House 86 to 64. So I mean, you're not talking about one seat or two seat. You're talking about decisive majority. What Republicans say in these states go? Yeah. Those.

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Nashville Songwriters Association's Bart Herbison Shares a Story

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:57 min | Last week

Nashville Songwriters Association's Bart Herbison Shares a Story

"Start back though a little bit in the wilder days of Nashville when it was really growing. You tell a great story. One about your very building that you're in. The office building. If people were to come to Nashville and to see if they were to drive by you're building. What would they tell that story? Because it's really a famous building that you really it has nothing to do with Nashville songwriters, but it's where y'all have now. There was a man named Harold shedd. And Harold was from breeman, Alabama. A musical area, breeman, Georgia I'm sorry. And had worked in muscle shoals area, a musical area might as white an asphalt doing radio jingles. And one day hero went, I record jingles, I can record songs. And took the ill advised move of mortgaging his house. To sign a band named young country. When I say built, that would be a lie. Beg barred and stole some really antiquated studio equipment, put it in a room near music row and recorded this band. And the record labels, let me shout. Hey, did this man? Some of them like, what the hell do you think this isn't country? I don't know what this is. They're off temp other off key, never call us again. So Harold had invested everything he owned, and I think quickly learned, maybe this isn't that easy. And the band was ready to walk because they were a bar band. They played around the south making a living, they had kids. They were older about this time. And Harold goes, no, no, no, no, no, no, we're not done. We're going to make a second record. And over months and months and months when the ban wasn't touring, they did. And Harold Senate to all the same labels, and most of them didn't even listen to it. And they said, what did you not understand about we hate this? We hate you because this isn't country. It's like southern rock. We don't know what it is. And so that was that. And there were three songs left. Harrell said look, let's just record them, and by the way he named that room the first music mill. And so they recorded them. All but one, they had one song left. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, as happens in the music industry, RCA was not happy with the Nashville people running it. So they come down and fire everybody at the record level. Everybody. And they bring in, I think he was 27. He was in his 20s, a kid from New York, named Joe galani. He goes to his big lovely office and what used to be the Sony building and they're showing him around, he sits down, there's one one cassette tape. Sitting on his tape player. He puts it in and goes oh my God.

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Young's 3 TD passes lifts No. 10 'Bama past No. 11 Ole Miss

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Young's 3 TD passes lifts No. 10 'Bama past No. 11 Ole Miss

"Bryce young through three TD passes is Alabama held off Mississippi 30 to 24 young finished 21 of 33 for 209 yards with Kota billing going to defensive lineman Byron young who had 11 tackles as the crimson tide avoided a two game losing streak It became personal to all of us just because you know we're seeing what people have been saying You know we've seen people write us off when we feel like really just for ourselves We got to show ourselves who we are and we got to show ourselves that we are what we say we are So I think that was the biggest thing for us With the victory Alabama improves to 8 and two while Mississippi falls also to 8 and two I'm David Shuster

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When Do the Polls Close?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

When Do the Polls Close?

"I'll just tell you right now just in case you're thinking about voting and you haven't started yet, the polls are going to close and this is the polls that are closing on your time zone. So at 6 p.m., which is already occurred, we see Indiana, pose closing, and also Kentucky's poll closing. At 7 p.m., Arizona time. We'll see or at least your time based on the state that I say. So just know that I say 7 p.m., it is your time on your time zone. So at 7 p.m. in Alabama, this pose is going to close Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas Mississippi, let's see Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming. All right, those are the polls are going to close at that time at your time zone.

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2022 midterms live updates: Latest election news from AP

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

2022 midterms live updates: Latest election news from AP

"In state capital's early calls show Republicans losing two governorships in traditionally democratic states I'm Ben Thomas with some results Democratic candidates have won in Maryland and Massachusetts both beating Trump backed opponents Massachusetts voters have chosen Mara healey over former state representative Jeff deal to replace Republican governor Charlie baker who opted against seeking a third term Healey will become the state's first woman and first openly gay governor In Maryland Wes Moore replaces Republican governor Larry Hogan whose term limited He becomes the state's first black governor He beat Republican state legislator Dan Cox Democrats outnumber Republicans two to one in Maryland Another newcomer to the governor's mansion Republican Sarah Sanders the former White House press secretary elected in Arkansas 6 other gubernatorial results went to the incumbents Republican Ron DeSantis fending off a challenge from former governor Charlie Crist in Florida Republicans in Alabama Bill Lee and Tennessee Henry McMaster and South Carolina and Chris sununu in New Hampshire and Democrat JB pritzker be elected in Illinois I'm Ben Thomas

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Georgia is new CFP No. 1, followed by Ohio St, Michigan, TCU

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Georgia is new CFP No. 1, followed by Ohio St, Michigan, TCU

"Georges went against Tennessee has put the bulldogs atop the CFP rankings Saturday's 27 13 win over the previously unbeaten valves moved Georgia up to spots and dropped Tennessee from first to 5th Ohio State remains number two one ahead of Big Ten rival Michigan The buckeyes and wolverines square off on November 26th TCU moved up three spots to four Number 6 Oregon is followed by LSU southern Cal Alabama and Clemson Clemson fell 6 spots with its lost to Notre-Dame The crimson tide lost to LSU I'm Dave ferry

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Jeff Cook, Alabama Co-Founder and Guitarist, Dead at 73

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jeff Cook, Alabama Co-Founder and Guitarist, Dead at 73

"Guitarist Jeff cook of the country band Alabama has died after a battle with Parkinson's disease at his home in Destin Florida according to a band representative He was 73 I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career Jeff cook joined his cousin's Randy Owen and teddy gentry to form a band when they were still in high school in the state of Alabama with drummer Mark herndon they became the top country band ever Alabama's hits included feel so right love in the first degree mountain music and dozens of others They won piles of awards toured the world and in spite of all that success cook said in a 1996 AP interview there was one aspect of the business he hated I hate the video Well

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College Football Playoff picks after Week 10

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

College Football Playoff picks after Week 10

"Some changes in the AP top 25 college football poll Georgia coming off a big win over Tennessee tighten its hold on the top spot in the weekly AP college football poll Ohio State is number two followed by Michigan then TCU which jumped three spots to its highest ranking since late in the 2017 season Number 5 Tennessee fell three spots after a loss Oregon is 6 followed by LSU USC and UCLA Alabama lost to LSU and is tenth in the poll Clemson

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Daniels, No. 15 LSU outlast No. 6 Alabama, 32-31 in OT

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Daniels, No. 15 LSU outlast No. 6 Alabama, 32-31 in OT

"A touchdown run and a two point conversion lifted 50 LSU pass number 6 Alabama 32 31 Jaden Daniel scored on the tigers first offensive play of OT then hit mason Taylor for the two point conversion to end the game Definitely when I caught that last one I mean the places rock and I couldn't hear anything my legs kind of got numb but it was definitely a great experience and get great at this The crimson tide took a 31 24 lead on Roy Dale Williams second TD of the game There were three lead changes in the final four 44 of regulation and the tide knotted the score on a field goal with 30 seconds left I'm Dave ferry

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In the 5 states without lotteries, a case of Powerball envy

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

In the 5 states without lotteries, a case of Powerball envy

"Not everyone has a chance to cash in on Saturday nights $1.5 billion Powerball lottery jackpot 5 states do not have a lottery including Loretta Williams state Alabama Actress Beck is ridiculous because we have to try out this gonna lie to you I don't see anything wrong with you Williams drove to a store two miles from the Alabama border in Georgia John Jones bought Powerball tickets there too A great deal And even with the highways and stuff we could collect a lot more gravity It would be tough for Keith gibbons to cross the border to get in on the Powerball action He lives in Alaska Knows what he would do with the money He taxes so I don't have a government looking for the talking to me or not And then I bless my family for sure And put them in a great position Utah and Nevada and Hawaii also don't have lotteries One man in Alaska called it a waste of money I'm Ed Donahue

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Texas Is the Cash Cow for Presidential Elections

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:37 min | Last month

Texas Is the Cash Cow for Presidential Elections

"If those of you elsewhere are wondering if my state is about to turn purple or turn blue. That's going to be a big fat no here in two weeks from today, Greg Abbott is going to win and it's not going to be that close. Our lieutenant governor Dan Patrick is going to win and it ain't going to be that close. Our attorney general Ken Paxton is going to win. I thought that one might be close. I no longer do. This is a red state. We're going to fortify our role as such. Here's why everybody in Iowa and Utah and Alabama and Florida and Oregon and why conservatives ought to care about this is because if Texas is ever lost, if we are ever no longer a red state, you will never elect a Republican president again. We have 40 honking electoral votes now. 40, we have upped ourselves to 38 congressional seats plus our two senators. That's how you calculate your state's electoral votes. And so we have 40. Now, and so that's an 80 vote swing, an 80 electoral vote, swing. And look at how close a lot of the past elections have been, you take 40 away from the Republican nominee and hand them over to the Democrat camp. That is an 80 electoral vote swing, good luck. So yes, my state is important. And I am spending every day prodding and cajoling everybody listening in my state to get out there and vote our early voting is underway and with that we find an interesting quandary because I have never been a fan of early voting. I'm telling everybody to do it. I'm not stupid.

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No. 6 Alabama's defense stymies No. 24 MSU, 30-6

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

No. 6 Alabama's defense stymies No. 24 MSU, 30-6

"6 ranked Alabama has followed its 52 49 loss of Tennessee with a stifling performance in a 30 to 6 win against number 24 Mississippi state The tide had a shutout until the game's final play and tied defensive back to Marco helms wasn't happy about it It's all about finishing you know it doesn't matter what the scoreboard you know to us the schoolboys always zero zero So you know whenever somebody gets in the ends on it that's always something that we don't want to allow You know it doesn't matter if it's the last third of the game Alabama had 15 pass breakups and four sacks after getting victimized by the volunteers last weekend Bryce young was 21 of 35 for 249 yards and two scores I'm Dave ferry

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America Must Return to Energy Independents

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:33 min | Last month

America Must Return to Energy Independents

"You know, one of the things leader McCarthy, that Katie Britt, who's about to be the next senator from Alabama, so excited for her to be in. One of the things she and I were just talking about is this choice that so many parents are making around the country. Women like me who are making the choice about filling their gas tank full of gas or going into the grocery store and filling up the cart of groceries. You know, we had energy independence under president Trump. We had all the supply that we needed. And now we see Biden begging allies Friends enemies for more supply for more oil supply. How can we force this administration to stop releasing 15 million more barrels of oil from the strategic petroleum reserve as they announced yesterday? How do we force them back into the energy independence that we had under the Trump administration? Well, that's putting the whole country at risk. That was designed as strategic reserve was designed for an emergency time period. He's using it trying to manipulate an election. Nothing to do about the market itself because he's gone after the energy in America. We should make put safeguards in that because we do not want to jeopardize. What if we had a hurricane? What if we had a situation that went further when it came to war or others? He has just jeopardized the American people. So we're going to have to safeguard that that you can not use that for your political gain. It would be used what it's supposed to. But we also have to go back and build what we need in America. You know,

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"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:18 min | Last month

"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"So he could have an escape link, but all the secondary they did outstanding job, cherry and he did a really good job of, you know, when a big moment came like that, he made the play and, you know, he got us off the field and it was great. So you thought, again, you changed your mind as you see the play, but you thought they were going to run ball? Yeah. I thought it was going to run the ball, honestly. But they ended up passing so I bet they regret not running the ball after the way it turned out. I know you expect to achieve and you expect to win, but that had to be a sense of relief. Did it not? Yeah, it would. It was, but you know, the preparation, and I think how the defense our mindset and our entire never give up never quit, never looked at the scoreboard, one pair at a time. I think all those things just kick in in a moment like that. And we just go back into all our discipline commitment, everything, everything that goes Sabrina has instilled in this program. I think we just fall back on that and remember, how we go off the field, how we do the job we do our job. So chatting with will Anderson, junior, well, you said something in the off season about the rivalry with a and M and the media made a big deal to say the least about the two coaches. Is that really trickle down very much to the field in terms of preparation and how you play yeah, like most definitely, but for me, it really didn't have anything to do with the social media part of it. For me it was just about what happened last year and the lost and the playing and everything like that. I think that's where more of the players are taking an aim at it of more of how we felt last year. We didn't want to feel that feeling again. I know for me, I didn't want to feel that feeling again. And I think the preparation that week was when we wouldn't get that feeling that we got last year. Well, I did a show earlier with some national short ESPN and two of the guys on the show with me were just like saying, what's wrong with Alabama? As if the season is lost and I say that jokingly, because we all know Alabama is undefeated. They're favored in every game, and they're still ranked number two in the country or whatever it is. How do you respond or do you even really care what the rest of the media is saying in terms of what's really going wrong with Alabama this year? Honestly, I never find out what the media says until I do media interviews or talking to somebody with any type of thing on TV or anything like that. I think the guys we do a really great job of not focusing on that stuff because we're the ones that have to go out there and play with the ones that's going out there sacrifices our bodies and you know what we need to do to win games and you know everywhere might not be when that is a blowout, but at least be going out there and working hard efforts great you'll be on some mental areas here and there, but we're still Alabama team, great decent, great office, we're still playing to the standard of Alabama and you know we have some stuff to work through, but at the end of the day, we're still the standard. I realize you're just one player, although that would be somewhat comical to things that you're just one player on the Alabama team considering what you mean to them. But some of those critics that you're not watching, wisely, I might add, are pointing at penalties and mistakes across the board, whether it's special teams, whether it's on offense, whether it's on defense, is that something that you guys talk about the collectively or through coach Saban in your coordinators, most definitely he knows co safe and goes over penalty chart all the time journals, everything, all of this stuff, every Monday, where we go through it, go save it and they still the same, you still, everybody but about it. But I think it's up for leadership. You know, coaches said the word for, I think it's up to us as leaders. Now, to step in and be like, okay, y'all, we've seen the mistakes that we have that we've been doing. Now it's time to, you know, eliminate these mistakes because we're going against really good teams. It's SEC play. And you know, when we make air was like this, it's not going to help us win. So we really need to cut back on there. So, you know, yeah, close AB still goes out of all that stuff. The team knows how important it is and why we shouldn't be doing it. So yeah. Well, I know you started at the beginning that your Alabama and all this stuff comes with that and the territory. But do you think maybe and I realize you're a player, you can't control what the rest of this thing, but do you think we just we think too much and expect too much out of Alabama because they are Alabama, they start to season number one. And anything less than absolute perfection seems like a disappointment. Yeah. I mean, for us, you know, we have a standard, you know what I'm saying? The Alabama standard is always going to be Alabama standard and no matter you know what the media says or anybody else say, we have to pay the all standard, no matter what they say or what they may think, what they make, it's all about us. So, you know, we really can't control what other people think or what their expectations is about us, you know, what they want their standard to be. I feel like as long as we're playing the football that we know how to play inside this building and what goes saver wants us to play in this building and his expectation into his standard, I feel like we'll be a good football team, but I feel like if you start later with the media saying what everybody else said, all this other stuff about how we should be playing about that. I think it affects our team and it could affect our team if we did listen to it. So I feel like, you know, you guys have y'all expectation and standard, but we have to go to the expectation that, you know, coach Sabin and the staff wants us to play too. Well, certainly, I know your relationship with Bryce young and everyone is hoping to see him

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"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:43 min | 4 months ago

"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"How do you personally guard against complacency? I don't like losing. I think you know that. More important than that, I hate to see people not do things to their capacity or capability. Hello, welcome to episode three of always college football today's Monday, July 11th, and I'm Greg McIlroy. Along with me as always, is Mark kubiak. Please like, great and subscribe and if you're enjoying the show, please let us know in some feedback where we can improve always college football at Gmail dot com. We appreciate your coming to us from wherever it is you're coming to us from. Whether it be Spotify Apple podcasts or if you're enjoying the show on ESPN YouTube. Hit us up in the comments. We read them all. We're actively trying to get better. We've got a great game plan for you today. Nick Saban joins the show for the very first time. He's the winner of 7 national championships and the architect to arguably the greatest run we've ever seen in the history of college football. So I won't waste any more of your time. Let's get to the goat, Nick Saban. He's the head coach of the Alabama crimson Todd, and in my opinion, then albeit it might be a biased one. I'm not sure it's close. I think he's the greatest head football coach in the history of college football. He's Nick Saban coach. I really appreciate the fact that you go on vacation at the end of June. And you came back from vacation just to be a part of the podcast. That really means a lot. Thank you so much for doing that. Or you know I'd do anything for you, Greg, and I appreciate you so much. And I do appreciate you saying what you say. About me. But, you know, I really came back because we have 7 on 7, you know, a couple days a week, so I kind of try to come back and make sure I'm staying on top of things and I'm making sure the players are doing things the way we want them to do it and that's the only got a couple hours a week in the summertime that you can spend with the players as coaches. So we got to try to make the most of it and the way things are now. The only time we can go on vacation is in July. So we got to kind of rotate our way in here so we got enough people to mine the store. I'm amazed by that because it feels like coach, the process is so ingrained. The culture is so ingrained. It's player led in so many ways. And yet here you guys come back to make sure that there's always somebody watching always somebody that you could maybe approach as a player if I had a question I could go to a coach now and that was illegal back in the day, but now it's very legal. So how do you balance that between the time that you spend with the players and the time they spend the strength and conditioning program, which is what we exclusively were able to do back in the day. Right. Well, basically, we still have, you know, leader team led 7 on 7 few plays of team where the coaches aren't there. But what we are allowed to do now is individual technique teaching for two hours a week. So we have a couple 7 minute individual periods where we go out and teach the technique of whatever the install is for that day. So that players have a better chance that when we do do it in a team situation or a 7 on 7 situation, especially the young players, they've had an opportunity to do it. But, you know, I think this whole concept is more challenging to get players to take the responsibility of leadership. I think a lot of guys are willing to go out there and work hard and set a good example and actually be somebody that somebody wants to emulate. But when you take that next step of trying to help somebody for their benefit by making them be accountable, teammate the teammate. Then, you know, that's a big step for a lot of guys to take because I think, you know, guys get so much positive, self gratification from social media, all these external they grow up sort of concerned about what everybody thinks of them. So they don't want to think that they don't want their teammate to think poorly of them because they said something to them that maybe the guy didn't like, even though it was in his best interest to do, I think getting guys to get to that point where you're holding people accountable. On and off the field, which is really in their best interest, which as coaches, we do that all the time. But player to player, I think it's getting a little bit more challenging than it used to be. Yeah, I understand that. And I know we've talked about it getting guys to change their behavior with the risk of freedom of transfer things that it's just harder to coach guys now. It's understandable completely. I remember coach vividly leading up to the 2009 season. I started the Twitter. And at that point, Twitter was relatively new. And now it's obviously a big part of what these kids have growing up and they've grown up with. So is it different coaching in the social media age as compared to the age back when I was playing before social media really existed? It may be different for some people. I think it's how it affects you. How does social media affect you? I mean, do you really get your self gratification like I always thought, for example, you as a player, you know, you were a perfectionist, you wanted to get it right. You were always well prepared. You weren't necessarily doing it because of the self gratification you got from some Internet source. You were doing it because you wanted to do it well, and you got a lot of positive self gratification. Knowing that you did it well. Did your best, you know, to try to be the best you could be. Not only for yourself, but for your teammates. You know, football's a great team game because not only do you have to be responsible and accountable to do your job, you got to be responsible accountable the other ten guys, you know, you're playing with because everybody's got to do it right for it to work the way you want it to work. So, you know, I think it's how it affects you. But I do think that some people get, you know, sort of totally immersed, I end what the external factors are saying about them or whatever. And I think then all of a sudden you start to do things to please those factors rather than to please yourself. And then I don't think you can get the same kind of self

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"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:27 min | 11 months ago

"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Welcome back. And let's get back to the calls. It's been a while. Any is in Tuscaloosa. Hello Eddie. Hey, Paul, I just wanted to call and tell you, I know you know Jeremiah Castillo and Gary was a good friend. And how much I appreciated your being there, though the night that led to Birmingham, that was quite our show. I have to tell you, we haven't talked about it this week before we went off for Christmas. We interviewed a number of people and I had the honor of hosting this legend dinner in Birmingham, 5 or 600 people honoring the players in the early 70s who broke the color barrier at Alabama. And we both been to many of these events and maybe I had a skewed view being the host of it, but I don't remember one quite like this. It was so moving to hear the stories and especially when Sylvester croom and so many others came up on the stage and we had the conversation about what they learned and especially 50 years ago under coach Bryant. You exactly the right ball. We're not going bash near by becoming up there. I just kind of picture maybe ten or 15 people in a course that was there. Not only was he there, he brought woody mccorvey his longtime assistant who helped shatter the color barrier as a coordinator at Alabama. I thought those two are very close as you know. And I joke about dabo, but I thought it was magnanimous of dabo Sweeney to be at this banquet in Birmingham. Considering he's got a game coming up and everything else that goes on. You're exactly right or not. I went over that chance to talk to that, but we're not he was a walk on at Alabama and he used to come out wide and I would tell him if the devil you have noticed when you go out there and by the income cover you. He said, yeah, I remember that. I did not realize in the minute or two that we spoke and I didn't see the article until I got back, but you are going to be honored by the Alabama sports Hall of Fame here in a couple of months. Yes, that was quite an acquired sustained Paul where you can imagine first of my life. I think I was baseless. And that is hard to believe that you were being given the Frank pig House award legendary figure in Alabama. And I just may have to show up and buy a ticket and sit in the audience and watch your speech and see if you can the reason I bring this up is IMC that event the 50th anniversary two or three years ago. And we had to keep everybody to a limit and Scott Meyers sat next to me with a stopwatch. And I would like to see you wrap this thing up and under 45 minutes or an hour. Of course, with this NI, we'll have to show you. We look forward to seeing you. But I'd note that Jeremy and the host of things that put a little really appreciated your attendance in it, added a lot to it, and it was nice of you to do that. We both have been to many banquets. It may be my favorite I've ever done, because. We had, I'm trying to remember, okay, on the stage, when we were having the discussion with Sylvester, chrome, his brother, Calvin, George Pugh, Kellogg, Harvard. That story that Harvard told was maybe the greatest I've ever heard. We're going to have to get him on the program one night. You may have heard that one. But that was priceless. Walter Lewis was up there. I'm trying to remember who else we have. But anyway, it was quite a night. Yeah, we had him on our show. Well, it's funny. I noticed when Kalinda was talking, I looked over at G and I could tell that you were totally wrapped up in it. And then ray Paul, I know they appreciate so much you're being there that day. It has a lot to it in the middle too. I mean, oh, by the way, Ozzy, you know, had the video to come in. I may ask a lot of time about the best athlete I've ever seen and I've narrowed it down and I would say us is the best I've ever seen total aspect. Yeah, I think. You know what was amazing, Eddie, I mean, I had people come up and say hello and they were just garden variety first team all Americans running throughout that EJ junior came up. He just got inducted into the college football Hall of Fame. You tell me, I read Joe Goodman's article on it on ill dot com. I'm not sure pass coach Bryant and all that, if there's ever been a collection of players in a room who have accomplished more. And I'm not talking about Saban's teams right now. I'm talking about during that era of Alabama football. You're exactly the right Paul. It was a real honor to be there for me and again, I know they appreciate so much you're being there, but we could have a pretty good football team. No, I mean, no Heisman winners, because I don't remember that. But man, there was a lot of first teamers and all Americans and former head coach. Mike dubose was there. I didn't get a chance to see him, but I did probably I talked to Sylvester the most, because I saw him write as I walked in. And it was, yeah, I'm glad you called, because I really wish more I don't want to say more people because you couldn't have put another person in that room. But it was an extraordinary night. It really was Paul and of course you had a lot to it. I mean, it's really I know Jeremiah well and I know how much you appreciate your attending. Well, no. We want you to be on the show one day, but I did call your agent out in Hollywood and I don't know if we can afford you. Believe me, you could. For those who don't know and let me go ahead and we talked to Annie before any conjures is being honored, but you're 91. Is that right, Eddie? 93, Paul. 93. Well, you know, when you're 93, I guess a year or two doesn't really matter. But you're a legendary figure for a lot of reasons. I think you're just one of the funniest people I've ever met, but you've officiated the Alabama practices for how many years now? Well, since 62, I guess I guess getting close to 60 years 50 62. That is 59 years in running. That has been 13 national championships because Brad hits 6 and savers got 6 and stones had one. That's been a real honor for me just the small smidgen of a party. Now I'm a little short on money now these days with all the things that are going on. And I've asked you this before and you just want to, if you would give, if you were grant me the tell all book, I think we could both get rich. We could. I believe it was good. The love of things that happened have great record. It would be interesting at least. Well, but you know, I want you remember Billy varner, of course, who was coach Brian? Yeah. I once went to see him after coach Bryant. And I said, Billy, you realize you can make a lot of money with a book and he looked at me and shook his head and I'm not doing it. I said, okay, I gave it a shot. Available quite a guy. You could play quite a quite a great book ball. Well, anyway. You know what's great about that era though is those stories will remain buried..

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"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"How surprised are you that he had the year that he's had considering he really did make much of an impact at Ohio State. But yeah, first impressions when he first got, you know, when he originally came to came to Alabama and came with the team, was just how professionally he was and how professional approach he took. You know, someone who comes in, you know, you have to learn a lot, you know, it's a new playbook, new system, new verbage. And he came in and had a very professional mindset with it. You know, he was always talking to me to his coaches about making sure we were on the same page. He was someone that I didn't have to really worry about. The playbook, which is, you know, whenever you get whether it's a new guy's transfer in or a freshman, you know, that's always a big hurdle, and he was someone who really attacked that, you know, from when we started practicing the moment after he transferred in. He had the playbook down really, really well for someone who maybe had his hands on it for a week or two before that. So it was really just how professional he was and how dedicated and the attitude he took and you know honestly, no, I wouldn't say I'm surprised by the year he's had. When you see, you know, people just see Saturdays and you see the output, but when you see what goes into it, when you see how he works in the energy, brings a practice, day in and day out from Monday through Friday. You know, in a normal season. And you see, you know, the work he puts in, no, I wouldn't say I'm surprised at all. You know, when I would see that, you may just look at whatever past numbers, but seeing him day to today seeing how he approaches things seeing how hard he works is not surprising for me. Next, we'll go to Charlie Potter with Bama online. Go ahead, Charlie. Hey, Brian said, just going back to coach O'Brien for a second. What was it like with not having him there in person? And how much did it help having guys like Alex mortenson and other guys on staff to kind of step up and kind of fill that void? Yeah, that was rough. That was really rough. Not having him in person for any single period of time, not having him on the field. You know, for a few practices, that was tough. Someone like obi, who obviously is such a great mind and gives us in the quarterback room and meeting so much intelligence and then I don't feel the entire offense. I mean, really, really leading that from a coaching standpoint. You know, whenever you can't have someone like that on the field and around us, you know, he did a great job of, you know, he was still zooming in. He was still running every meeting virtually. So, you know, he was still obviously helping us out throughout everything and he was on the, you know, he was still talking to us, but when he's not there in person, you know, you obviously lose that thanks to feedback that president. So that was tough, but like you said, I'm more Tana, Montana Murphy. Did a great job of stepping up in the quarterback room. Those are guys that, again, obviously obese, you know, who I talk to the most and who gets all. You know, the crowd eventually and deserves it, but more and more ten have been guys individually the entire year guys, and I'm always talking to throughout the week, always bouncing ideas off of. Those are guys that I trust completely. And guys, maybe not that aren't always publicized, but those are the guys who win games behind the scenes. So those guys stepped up tremendously and they've been doing that all year again. It may not be what you see on headlines, but coaching more time and they've been doing a great job. There's people that I always juggle ideas off of. I value their input greatly and the ideas they have show up thoroughly on Saturdays. So those guys stepped up and we all had conscious in them and we knew they would. Next question will come from Michael Casper on day from AL dot com go ahead and you talked earlier about the Bill O'Brien and the way he was checking asking you to try to learn more about this often. Do you remember any of those moments specifically and what were those moments like and what was the thing that you taught him that you thought was the most interesting? Yeah, there is a lot of stuff. I feel like we were able to kind of bounce certain things off of each other. You know, when we first got here, you know, really, we wanted to keep you know, we wanted to keep very big and we want to keep a lot of things the same with OB got here. So I think for him, you know, it was him kind of learning new stuff and figuring out what he would change when we keep him figuring out how he would interpret the whole offense. And for me, I'd been there for a year. So I'm obi actually and again, for someone to have the track record that he has is still coming, be humble enough to say, hey, how do you guys read this? How do you guys feel about this? Do you like this play? How is this worked in the past? I think having that conversation early on was really big for us, really big for me. And I think that was kind of big for us learning together and then for me, him being able to relate, you know, him, you know, you know, everyone kind of runs variations the same thing at this point. But for him being able to see things and putting things he's ran the past and him being able to bring that knowledge of the next level of the NFL, giving examples, bringing film from the highest level. And being able to give his input on it, whether it be a route, whether it be how we look to protections, cadence, whatever it may be, him being able to add things that he's had success within the past and really teach me that stuff and take the time out to make sure that I understood not just what we were doing, but why we were doing in the function. That meant a lot to me and that was huge for my development..

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"alabama" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I don't believe this, you understand what I'm saying. It's not that I don't agree with my, I'm sorry. Oh, it's not that I don't agree with, you know, what you just said, but you have to realize that black people are like, white people are not being hunt haunted, hunted after. Y'all can come here and live a great freaking life. Alabama is a safe haven. These PhD fraternities and sororities are a safe haven. You don't like your being hunted? Okay, y'all can live, but until you have walked as a black person on this campus. Y'all, y'all truly doubt it's really not understand. And I have, I've gone to school, white people, my whole life. I'm so excited. I will end with this. You're not being haunted at the universe of Alabama. And there is no boogie man that's trying to get you. You imagine you live in. You live in the least racist country in the history of the world. You're an elevator. Alabama. You're literally. Just not okay. Yes, you mean the place that is giving you more talking time than any other person here at where they sit respectfully. Be like, go sit down? I mean, you're still gonna talk. That would have happened a hundred years ago. You're right. A hundred years ago, you might not have been allowed to come into this room, which would have been. Which would have been evil. No. Instead, we are here we're creating a movement to say we never want to go back to the segregation that once existed in this country that is now being pushed by people in corporate America and academia and other places. We want to strive for a country that cares about character and the soul and the spirit of the individual, not on tribes, not on the melanin content people's skin and I will say this as compassionately as I can is that you are not being hunted as a black person in America. There's not a single statistic that affirms that. There's not a single data point. Instead, the opposite is true. We are the least racist, most accepting multiracial country in the history of the planet and I pray one day you'll.

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"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Around him down. Patio looking at birds. Man all the. What do you make it down. But your own don't you. I've heard for some other alabama fan. I mean most mantra of alabama fans. We have nick sabin. we will be back. I agree i agree well but right now in the moment you mean we live in the moment right now. My dad that good so what you guys say now. That's not their food is sales. They don't don't do anything rash at the moment because jerome You know. I'm not gonna give you bobble versus. I'm not going to give you the that until you're in the deepest valley you can't ride. I mean you know all that your your mana faith but you just have to. You have to pull yourself together right now i mean. Can you do that man on the devil him together. I first girlfriend five c. Found a breakup with you. Hear me cry mama. What call dale man. But they feeling her man. We don't want let bad habits down stephen garcia moment. He now what i believe. Is you have a good day okay. I did everything i could. I was series. i could be. I tried to help jerome in a very difficult moment. I am by the way there may be somebody who is just flipped on this station by accident. Maybe you're going to c. span. Maybe you were going to cnn. I don't know that that was a that was an alabama football fan reacting to a loss on october eighth. That's all that was. The paul finebaum show is presented by regions official bank of the sec. Thank you for listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast the paul finebaum. Show airs weekdays on the sec network beginning at three eastern. It was a stunning fall from grace concern here that a number of us weren't working on fairness devices. Her story unbelievable voice. Aunt mistake able. I know that we made so many mistakes. This strange saga of elizabeth homes continues. I'm rebecca jarvis. And i've been reporting on the case of elizabeth homes for more than five years and now that she's finally going to trial we'll be following the case and elizabeth every step of the way. She's big risk fingered older role that the drought is back. Listened now in every tuesday during the trial. Wherever you get your podcasts..

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"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Well that was about as impressive as the alabama defensive performance. On saturday night larry bringing bringing his material To the program. Oh let's continue with more phone calls and we're always oh let me hang up before we I i'm sure it rather sad for larry there. That was not an impressive call. Carl is up next. What are you got karl. Get to follow larry. After that i thought you are. I thought you were capable of handling karl Well anyway First time caller I just had some remarks something that i've noticed a trend that alabama's had for years but I was wondering how you felt He noticed over the years. And it seems like alabama always seems to have this kind of game. It's always one of those midseason games. That's played the late game like you know starting late. Finishing lay and i've noticed that trend it was the same way when south carolina beat them. And you'll look game think. Hey i hate to interrupt. South carolina game was a three thirty afternoon game. And and you. You say that alabama did struggle. I think three or four years ago against mississippi state in a similar spot. They needed Todd grantham bungling the blitz to to help them to help allow jalen hurts. Throw it to pasadena and win the game but the point being. I don't think the time of the game was a factor Alabama had a similar game three weeks ago against florida. They were fortunate to win. Yeah i don't blame any one entity the team. If you look at the game it seems like every year even the best teams have the one game where it seems like they just break down and they don't show up car. You watch the game in the line at nick. Sabin is only had two undefeated seasons In his coaching career. He didn't have one at lsu anyone title and and he's had to at alabama the oh nine season and last season And he still has seven national championship. So it doesn't mean the season is over by no means we are heading to a break More of your phone calls. We had jimbo fisher on earlier will reflect back on what he had to tell us in this hour and we were coming right back. You're listening to the paul finebaum show. Podcast hello everybody and welcome.

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"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We're back. Final hour has arrived. And not a moment. Too soon chatter with jimbo fisher earlier. Yes he was in pretty good mood. Let's continue with more phone calls at eight five to four two seven to eight. Five ralph was in texas i. Hey ralph good good here from yeah. Sixty six graduate of texas. Am and y'all. We're talking about national champions and am wasn't national champion back in nineteen thirty nine. Okay and they. All the game they Never let the opponent never scored a touchdown in any of their games. That is pretty impressive. I realize era. Yeah maybe i did. I've been there enough time to have seen that Mentioned but I would you tell you sat through a lot of big am games or watching a lot of games. I mean how did this rank in your mind boy was it was. It was great. My brother graduated in nineteen sixty. So i was there when the bear was was coaching at Am and i was there when gene stolen coach today him and how it was a good well. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thanks so much. Red dog is up next in georgia. Hey red doc. When's the last time auburn alabama lost in the same day Believe it about four years ago or five years ago. Okay okay. I got you. Well heard legend call in earlier now. Whole comment was i've never seen the crimson be represented at bad. Does he forget the mike shula years or did he just become a fan. When nick saving was the coach he may not have. But i don't know you know Think alabama loss paul. They're scared of the dogs. They're going to lose again. They're scared of that defense. All i'm telling you. And i'll tell you this shocked to hold on Slow your mouth down and you think there's an alabama fan in the world that has given one second thought to the university of georgia this year. What about all those fans calling in last week worried about selling us why. We weren't good oil from birmingham. The question is is are. They gonna make it. Sec championship because they've got one loss. Ole miss got one loss. Mississippi state has one loss. So they've got to make it to atlanta. I before they worry about the dogs just telling you and and we showed once again we dominated house. That's good by kentucky and florida too. Paul what have you seen the line yet. Only kentucky game yes it's twenty two rising. Yeah and red dog on the alabama and game. That's not really a good argument. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it later. David is in texas. How are you good afternoon. I'm great paul. How are you doing really well. Thank you perfect. Hey thanks for taking my call. I got two point. Zero quick number. One is the unsung heroes on a team. That offensive and defensive line. Those are some particularly offensive line or some really young kids. True freshman center and You know. I think a couple of weeks with ole miss and arkansas showed that they have quite a bit of learning to do and i think they rose to the occasion on saturday night and go to give him some credit. I would've. I would completely agree with you on that Yeah we we are not one other thing. I was gonna say a You're talking about Coach oh and lsu and they'd be looking for a national champion Coach and there's another coach. Nick sabin went to The nfl didn't work out too well. And what about urban meyer. Well or urban meyer is not going to lsu. Go way way too much baggage. And i think that would be a beyond shocking. I i just. I think maybe a year ago you heard names like that mentioned but i think urban meyer's career is over in the pros in college football. Hey thank you for the call appreciate it. Let's check out. Aubrey in kentucky Hey aubrey go right ahead. Hi you know and aubrey. We're doing great. I i was. I was having that Taxonomy the big game aubrey. You're right that was quite an upset. And paul yes When is next game. We're gonna may add this weekend Aubrey we are going to be an athens for the kentucky georgia game. I hope you hope you'll be there. You know one thing. I don't think we're three hours and six minutes into the show. And i don't think anybody has mentioned this and i don't know why when i was watching it i thought may maybe important. And it's interesting to think that malachi more the db for alabama got kicked out of the game. I think three plays into the contest. And you just have to wonder i that turned out to be an important moment for alabama to lose him. I realize he's one player but it but he's but he's he's really quite good He hit cows zodda early on and was called for targeting. Let's check out zack. Who is in arkansas. Hello zack right ahead paul. I just won't say go dog down a Big time georgia fan. I live in arkansas. Little twisted with being an arkansas fan. Also been here about ten years You know really win against the only thing i'm able to think about what's going to happen with alabama down the stretch after this loss. Just want to get your thoughts on that and you know talk about that a little bit. Yeah i think you know. Mcelroy made a good point earlier Alabama georgia is not a sure thing i mean. I think it's likely. I mean the the odds. Everyone wants to throw ajit. Uh and red dog tried to throw the point. Spread the point spreads. It's not when you a game. Ethnic saving about being the favourite in all but one game since two thousand nine he. I'm not saying he's lost a lot of games. But he's lost a couple and he was a favourite in every one of them. That does not guarantee you anything that is a perception of the betting public at a given point in time. Thanks so much for the call. Let's checkout tim. In san antonio. Hello tim. Hey paul thanks for taking my call tell you. I've gotten through a couple times but getting through to you is cover than dollar steak and rougher than dry cop. Thank you and i wanna tell you as an miss span. I wanna give shot out to nick. Broker the co-op bench of wyman or the week. And i wanna blame the alabama loss as a hangover launch to omiss. Because i wasn't going to let him beat him You're right about that. Hey thanks so much for the call. The dollar steak. I've had a few of those Larry is next up in shelby. Alabama paul larry. We are doing fine. what about you. Yeah hers staying bad. Tell us all about it and Well yeah use a name comeback and have really i mean i i got on must take dot look here. We may pull their so. Ask game out to you. Were you just send. The game was over at halftime. Yeah i'll put it well how we were playing coy out. People on the cover and lot. We're sleep walking is coaching. And you can put it on that. But i don't have to have ma- that a fifth grader. To tell me what alabama football about. That would take saying them. They got two losses. Jack once you graduate to the grade. You cha- hey. Hey larry not take up for the fifth grader. Who's not who's thirty three years old. But they may have two losses but they also have one win against you. So why why are you are you going. Why did you pick somebody trying to you. Want to whatever company here every day running your mouth about how great your program is and you you walk into texas and get beat and now you're picking on god and we didn't jack you you troublemaker. Won't you kiss my yin yang. You and a whole bunch of that crowd about that jack. You're taking this loss very well. No okay i will take it home. That's my braga deep. And it's my party cry. I wanna now.

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"alabama" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on Big Blue View

"That is the late night game. That is going to be the most exciting alabama florida three thirty. Pm on cbs. Either could be a really close battle or we ended up seeing for to get smoked by alabama. And then the last one this one. I think has a good rivalry tone to it but considering nebraska sucks. This one's not very good oklahoma nebraska twelve. Pm on fox so out of all these guys. That are going to be playing. This weekend. Chris i think that the the ones that stick out to me most and you know part of me if i'm being negative but i'm watching spencer rattler. I wanna see what spencer rattler does. Because he very well could be the option for the new york giants. If we're not satisfied with daniel jones by the end of the season. I if the giants don't finish with a winning season in if daniel jones isn't at least a slightly above average in terms of his performance after three seasons. It's time to move on. That's what we saw. The bears do with mitch trubisky and now could be the time for the giants to get their justin fields. Spencer rattler could be that guy. There also have a really talented tight. End in austin stagner who i am a big fan of. So maybe the giants do keep daniel jones but austin stock. There could be a good replacement for evan ingram. Who probably will not be back. Yeah i think the even if ingram is able to get healthy for the final fifteen games. I think that might just be a question of economics. Where if he plays well enough to earn a second contract. The giants aren't going to have the money available to pay him that second contract that establish nurse on my radar i am also in. This is kind of weird to say. I'm interested in getting a good look at oklahoma's defense because they've got a few guys on their defense. Who are pretty interesting. Nick benito has a lot of tools but he is an. We'll say an unrefined pass rusher. You've got isaiah. Thomas in perry on winfrey on the defensive line and then richard sophomore woody washington in the secondary yet. The giants defense has been. We'll say disappointing to start the year and they have invested in it but if those if those investments aren't panning out you can't just leave your defense to be bad so if the giants could find some maybe value picks off of this oklahoma defense that could be worth watching especially since oklahoma and defense generally do not go together at least not lately their team. More known for turning games into track meets than defensive. Slugfest yeah no exactly regardless though. This is a really good weekend for college football. There's some really good matchups ups goes also throw in there that byu.

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"alabama" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Good h. b. c. You news out of huntsville. Alabama alabama am university recently received an unexpected surprise and anonymous l. Allom an anonymous alum gifted the school with nearly two point two million. You heard me two point. Two million dollars that was the largest in the institutions one hundred and forty six year history. The donor also included a letter of gratitude. Thing this is my university. And it has afforded me opportunities beyond what i could have ever imagined. It has been my life's mission to make a sizable investment in my alma mater. The letter reads the graduate also challenged other alumni to who can make a similar gift to do so nice. That's all right. Take care of your. abc us. I wouldn't crush on other people. Give your money you command me into i love. It supports age. I love it. I didn't know. I was gonna do a story about my donation. But i mean i didn't june really won't bring it up. You're so modest. I mean gosh. I mean i did what happened to just you know just lie just taking entity is called. I can't tell you why. Relations more of the steve harvey morning show coming up thirty three minutes. After right after this. You're listening to morning show. Listen we all love ice cream. But there's ice cream and then there's jenny's ice cream janis has unique flavors like brown butter almond brittle a butter cream ice cream with golden pockets of karen and crunch and bramble berry crisp ice cream. That tastes just like a fresh berry. Cobbler topped with vanilla. Ice cream all made from scratch. No synthetic flavorings or dies. Ice cream is great and jenny's makes it better find. Danny's one of a kind ice creams including gluten free dairy free flavors at scoop shops and grocery stores nationwide and online at jenny's dot com. That's j. e. n. i. s. dot com. Hey what's going on guys. mike. And i'm adidi kabbalah. We love football so much. We figured let's start a podcast call it. Nfl explained and we will answer all the crazy questions about football. We get all the time. There's a lot of topics that we are going to get. Two questions like how. The buffalo bills got their name even came up with the skycam is that is actually a really cool idea. Come join us every thursday. Nfl explained premiers september. Second and you can listen on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. About.

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"alabama" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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"alabama" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

"I'm gonna go within this racist. Spanish love affair and she was a horse who i had some nice things to say about her after the belmont oaks even though that run invokes went horribly That was going way longer than spanish. Love affair wants to go. That was my own a quarter. A mile and a sixteenth is her top distance. I think probably actually more so mile and an eighth but my own sixteenth is close to the max of what spanish love affair wants to do but i also think she can do it just fine. I mean you look at the efforts that she had as those were nice efforts. She ran a good race in the jazzmen last time. Or excuse me not last. Time at last fall keeneland. She didn't run bat in juvenile fillies turf and then she was a winner of the here comes the bride gulfstream. That four. Don't be deceived by that. She was taken down in that race. And that was a very ticky tack disqualification. Even though i did have the horse to put up there. I will say that. That was a race. That i was not a fan of and then she ran a very nice effort. In the in the regret. stakes behind gam's mission horseshoe. I know that maybe the stock is down her. A little bit but Racing run out and has had some nice things to say about games mission throughout the past so special worse than i think just purely is getting to the kind of distance that she wants to go miles who a mile and a sixteenth. And i'm going to give her a shot here if she if what i think is true really true. Think she'll run a very fine race here. And i think she could potentially win this recent at the price. She's going to be. I'm not going to pass that up. Yeah this this is a tough race in every sense of the word because you know you have technical analysis in here but you never know chad brown horses as good as they are. They're not they don't put together wins All the time especially at this level and sure she won nicely last time but it was she you know she had a perfect trip in every way. So i this race i wanted to take a shot and especially because i really like one horse. And she's made. But i was really really impressed with her last race. That's ego trip for brendon. Walsh for one brennan offer. Now be running this philly if he thought he had no chance because he is very conservative in the placement of his horses. So it'd be running a maiden integrated stakes only their third start their second start in the. Us off layoff shows how confident he is but this is a great workhorse In in i just loved her. Larry shoes too far back. She kind of missed the break and she she was given too much to do. Wasn't called upon by tyler. Gaffe leona until much too late in the race. I don't think he'll make that mistake this time but she finished up a super nicely. That was against a pretty tough made group as well. I might add second start now in the. Us gets an extra sixteen of mile in. I think she has a huge jazz in your at least to hit the board. I am confidence. She will hit the board. I mean we're talking about affiliate who in march ran against. The boys in loss to a horseshoe was favored in a in a group stakes at royal ascot. Just a couple of months later a colt. No less so this. This is affiliate overseas was running against some tough horses and running. Well in her only start there her. Only run in the us tuffy again just misses. I'm very You know i i. I think he's gonna run a big race here. No doubt definitely gonna hit the board. And i if i'm lucky enough. Maybe she'll win. But i think ego trip has a big chance in here that being said it's a wide open race spanish love affairs good technical analysis coming off the wind. You got a lot of good improving horses who've had excuses in the past so it's a wide open race. I wouldn't blame anyone for picking anybody in here and now we're going to move onto the big race of the saratoga meet This upcoming weekend. The nazi alabama stakes. If you've been watching racing renown at all recently you know. We're both of us are going in here so i'm not gonna waste too much time in here. I'm just going to talk about You know this is not a mental thought. One hundred percent over everybody else. I'm confident that she's going to win. this race. You know it just looks like the race for her if you if you picked a race before the year that she was going when it was going to be this within the kentucky oaks more than any other great one because it's a mile and a quarter. She's absolutely made to get this distance. That being said this is a very this is a group. I don't want to say it's a very tough group. Because i think some of these sources are a little bit untested but on paper. This is a formidable group. You have multiple stakes winners army wife and crazy beautiful mouth already crazy beautiful but crazy. Beautiful has been very good in form sense. The oaks mirror cuccia already defeated her clarifiers not a bad horse and even the five played heart who is probably going to be overmatched. She's coming on to victory so not a bad horse by any stretch of the imagination and overall this is just going to be a you know this is gonna be a very on paper good race. I don't know that every horse in here is going to run to their on paper form. But i think it's going to be a very. It is a very strong field. And i think you're going to see a lot of good runs from horses in here. That being said now thought lost last time because tactics. I trust johnny is good as good enough writer to know not to make the same mistake he made last time. And if that's the case then i don't really know what's going to beat mouth thought in here again. It's one of those things where i think it's just going to be one of those on paper or one of those things that you can't predict before the race. Would we want to see more. Horses in the field probably. Would we want a better better picture on. The pace and air is going to be sure but at the end of the day. I think that malthus is better than all these horses. That last time was one of those random efforts with horses. Horses lose races. And you know. I don't think people understand that enough. Horses are not perfect all the time they do lose races occasionally and that was just one of those cases. And i'm confident that mouth that's gonna win. I think eric is confident with me. And i'm assuming that that is where it's going to be going absolutely. I mean i could run dead last night. Still pick her in her next race. We'll know how much i love. This filly That being said. I do think she'll when i'm a little less confident than i was in her. Inner previous starts though. I won't lie. And that's that's just because she's coming off a loss in. This is a very very very good field crazy. Beautiful in such good form for kenny mcpeek. Right now. america beat beater on the spot last time out ricardo santana if he can ride the race as good as he did last time out. There's no way he'll lose..

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"alabama" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on College Football Live

"Being oklahoma. We haven't seen oklahoma win a game in the college football playoff can they still compete against college. Football playoff teams. We know alabama lost a lot of productivity. We also know. They lost four coaches just on the opposite side of their football to to head coaching jobs. And then a couple obviously heading to texas to be with steve sarkissian his staff. So it's a very big undertaking to replace all those pieces on an annual basis. But we've seen alabama did this before they now have had thirteen different coordinators under nick sabin and the results are still the same so many different first rounders. The results are still the same. So i think that alabama does deserve to be number one until knocked off and until proven otherwise. Sam that's the way i have now respected. Greg and i actually agree with you. I think alabama should be number one followed by clemson. I think oklahoma to your point. Oklahoma hasn't won a playoff game. Alabama has won championships. Playoff games assets clemson. But here's my thing dude alabama's been good since you've been playing there back in two thousand ten when we need you play together they they were dominating them and they're dominating now they're dominant team. Obviously you they don't retool they reload you see some picture of the national championship game. Your boy greg. Mcelroy's out there tossing that thing. They had mark ingram richardson. Julio jones and they had that man right there under center greg mcelroy. I think you only completed like non passes. But y'all still stop this. It doesn't matter texas versus alabama. That was really what alabama started their dynasty. And ever since. Then the pictures that you're seeing on your screen have been haunting me in my dreams and in my memories for the last decade just about everybody because you said it they don't they don't reload they retool or vice versa. Doesn't really matter six players. They lost the season in the first round of the nfl draft. But we've seen this before. They continue to find talent and plug and play. So let's take alabama just for a moment out of the equation. Greg and if it is not alabama which i think we all agree is the presumptive number one going into the season. Who who should it be or who could it be the. And that's kind of the age old thought until proven otherwise bam's number one they remain number one. Maybe but if you're going based on what teams return and strength of the returnees. It's oklahoma when you look at what they did. On the side of the football spencer rattlers development over the course of what was in wasn't unusual off season and then he just got better and better and better and then the final part of the season. He was really playing his best football. The peace surrounded a wide receiver are excellent. They have maybe the best transfer in college. Football and eric gray who transferred from tennessee. To oklahoma's a perfect fit at running back to contribute in the passing game and run between the tackles and the improvements that have been made on the side of the football over the last couple of years. They've gotten better and better on that side. They're not only sam but they're more capable of playing their way in to really kind of a dominant defense. So i'm very bullish on oklahoma and i think if we're going based on questions answered you could make a strong argument for them at number one. Yeah we'll greg. I think that great minds think alike. So i'm gonna take the point that you made at the very beginning about good until proven otherwise and flip it on you and talk about clemson right oklahoma. We've talked about their own. Four in the college football playoff game clemson is won. Six games in the cost football playoff. They've also won two national championships. You see right here that man. Dj younger lay at quarterback who's going to be dominant. you also have dabo sweeney. Who's the coach right. I go based off a great coaches. They could produce great talent and oh by the way. There's a new defensive tackle in town you saw last year. You saw flashes his name. Is brian burs. E get used to his name. Useless never number eleven. He'll be tearing up. Offensive line's quarterbacks. Running backs receivers tied ends. You name it. He'll be tearing all of those guys up when he plays for clemson again this year and it won't be long now alabama of course just a reminder opening the season against miami stolid match up to start right out of the gate. Let's switch gears now and talk a little bit about florida speaking at the state of florida. Dan.

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"alabama" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on The Takeaway

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"alabama" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"We did hear that in the background but The democratic party of alabama is calling for his resignation Because they're saying of course. His remark was completely unacceptable. So they are calling but he's saying you know he's going to run for mayor so sure. Yes we have been hearing that i don't you know man. I'm so sick of all. I'm just sick and tired. I'm not surprised by no way. But if y'all stupid ass don't vote him out now deserve to have him. You know y'all got no sense to take people out off. It's like that y'all go find reason to keep him then go ahead anytime where he goes wrong. And what and then you can say like the mayor said it. Is that what it is. You won't is that who you are as your mail. And is that what he was trying to say. You all have nine. Is that what you want. all you want. what town was it. it was alabama tarrant county alabama. To oh oh that's five. Okay yeah i mean come on. This is crazy. This is twenty eight twenty one people. Twenty twenty one is his opened the floodgates. I'm not surprised that any of this man. They just killed george. They some people after that. I don't know why no when move around. And what tommy knocked off. Yeah this is. I mean there are just undiscovered this. Call to me and i hear you. I want you to understand. There's gonna be a reaction to it. It ain't gonna be what you think and it has always been that way with me always been. I've never let it go. Never let us slat probably never will praise. God won't happen to me again. 'cause i don't need to have a prude. I'm not their girlfriend black. We're call me back to apollo pod all right we're moving on on that note up. Next is the nephew with today's prank. Phone call right after this. You're listening to morning. Show well coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after. It's my strawberry letter for today the subject. He doesn't like different types of cookies. we'll get into that in just a little bit of that for a minute. No right now nephew in the building because it is time for today's prank phone. Call what you got for his. You know what i got. I think about this while while we run this prank. I got to take jackie somewhere in vegas. I need a nice restaurant. Nice romantic evening. Think about that. Why run prank. Alright this right here is miss me. Allen's drug test. Miss faith allen's drew lesko Hello i'm trying to reach a fait low This is officer rogers from the probation department. Listen now you have been on probation for a little over a year now..

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"alabama" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. All right. Thank you so much. Lee. It is 605 Alabama's morning. There's lots going on this morning. We're gonna be talking with somebody from Amazon this morning. John Kentis is the director of global military affairs That's coming up at about 8 20 this morning an announcement about their ambitious, uh veterans and workplace. Conditions and helping veterans find jobs. So some good news coming up there at about 8 20 this morning also coming up at 7 40. We're going to talk with Senator Tommy Tuberville on a number of different things, including his move for honoring our greatest generation. Also infrastructure, the drug overdoses in the border situation, the economy Senator Tuberville at 7 40 this morning. Also locally, Kenneth Paschal is going to join us. He is poised to become the first black Republican. Elected to the Legislature since reconstruction out of Shelby County. We'll talk to him and see what he's got on his mind and his race moving forward as well. Also coming up Major League Baseball All Star Game is tonight. The home run Derby was last night. We'll talk a little bit more about that. And lots of movement in Cuba right now, as people have just about had enough and are extremely upset and are protesting everywhere. Unusual because in Cuba, you don't play ball with the way the regime one should have played ball. You're usually in big trouble, but there's a lot of thousands of people taking to the streets in Cuba on Sunday. I mean, there's all kinds of food and medicine shortages there. This is what socialism and communism looks like in the country. But yet here in this country, these crazy Democrats want to push for this type of situation. It has not worked anywhere, and it's not working now in Cuba, and Biden has even come out in support of the protesters in Cuba. I know it's a head scratcher. I don't get it either. 67 Alabama's Morning news, David, Let's go with the delish 21 start things off here. A lot of people are frustrated with their jobs. And if you've ever thought, maybe with your co workers You know, maybe we could all just walk off the job all at once. Well, this is what it might look like. Apparently, it happened in Nebraska at a Burger King and the entire shift just said That's it. We're out, and they left his side on the marquee. We all quit. Sorry for the inconvenience. Listen, it was just like my last straw. I can't get anything fixed in the store. They had us working in the kitchen with the broke for weeks and we were running. You know, breakfast with two people and you know until nine or most days until 11. I mean, like we kind of talked about it so accurately the day before and in the day of It just more stuff had happened kind of irritated employees. So then it was like the day of their like we have time. Why not? Well, Rachel Flores, the former general manager there, said. She said that they didn't think anyone would really care about the Marquis. They just wanted to put it up assigned to say sorry, you know, there's not going to be elevated here. Burger King hasn't commented on this, but the upper management not happy. They change the Marquis immediately and shifted their employees..

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"alabama" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"alabama" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"I'm gonna simpson. Do i wanna walk into a situation. Where the track record sure is that. We've had great coordinators here who have gone on to great things but also the track record. Is we have a new set of coordinators every frigging year. That doesn't give me the warm fuzzies. Let's talk a little bit about todd. Mahnken let's talk about todd akin. Did you go back and check. The p plus from twenty twenty to see what georgia's offense looked like relative to alabama's i know alabama's was rife with firepower. No question about that. Doric. -ly officiant historically efficient gunners simpson. His name is gonna for a reason. Dan kid likes to throw the ball. We set it at the top. Five star tunnel arm talent. Not a dual threat. Guy can move right. He moves around in the pocket. Char a kid like governor wants to air the ball out you know where alabama under mack jones ranked relative to georgia in terms of air yards per pass. The style of play have ads in georgia. Was georgia was tent. So when todd monkey came over by the way he came from the nfl part of what he was trying to do was build more of a vertically oriented passing game. This is on the heels of the jake frahm era where it was a lot of digging dunk stuff in georgia. Fans got fed up at that monkey came in the intention was to try and stretch the field vertically now. He did not have the ability to do that as much with a guy. Like a stetson bennett. It didn't work out. They have the the issue with. Jt daniels ne- not being clear until late in the season but once he was cleared things started to happen in a really positive way. We started to see more of that explosive offense that is what he is selling. That is what he is. Trying to build. Alabama did a lotta dink and dunk stuffed in a lot of think. Dunk stuff mack. Jones was very effective when he did throw down the field. No doubt but the air yards stat proves it out to me. Alabama as the ninetieth ranked team in fbs. This is not a team that stretched the field through the air. At least air yards as much as you would expect the a great receivers who ran after the catch for sure. But if you wanna come to a school young gunner that likes to air it out and give you the ability to throw the deep ball. Let's go todd malkin. Let's talk todd machen. You know how. Todd martin right now is out. There recruiting talent dan. While how's that other schools are talking about plans in team gear. I got this from an article by the way. I didn't have any knowledge. I got this from your. Si.

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