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I fired eiric bissoff in my Vince McMahon voice and he reacted to it! Made my day!!!

The big d zone

51:04 min | Last month

I fired eiric bissoff in my Vince McMahon voice and he reacted to it! Made my day!!!

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Mo Egger with Bobby Carpenter - 9/3/2021

Mo Egger

10:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Mo Egger with Bobby Carpenter - 9/3/2021

"Sure have brennaman and jones on baseball's coming up in fifteen minutes on mojo egger this is. Espn fifteen thirty uc in miami. The battle for the victory bell starts the college football season here. At least tomorrow calling the game for espn plus. I can't believe this guy even has time to talk with us. Between his duties on ninety seven one the fan he contributes to out kick. in fact he's written a recap of the ohio state game. He is an espn college football analyst. A longtime nfl linebacker and a phenomenal former ohio state buckeye calling the game. Tomorrow bobby carpenter is with us. This afternoon i appreciate the time. I am glad you carve some time out for us. How are you i am. I am well from your perspective. As a former ohio state player somebody who intimately is involved with this program has done radio in. What is it like from your vantage point watching. What does it been like watching. Luke fickle built this program to a place where his team starts the preseason ranked in the top ten. Hello yeah having followed. You know it's it's it's been pretty impressive you know. He's done a terrific job. This program like you mentioned. He always taking a lot of stuff from jim tressel. It's a lot of stuff from urban. Meyer and slowly. Gotta growing this things growing organically. It's been very very impressive. how he's done it and you know he's starting to see some coaching departures guys. Leaving you'll getting poached to go to other jobs because they've won so much it's such a high level. He's talked about that experience in columbus in in two thousand eleven and look there. Were some things that just worked against him that year that i'm not sure. Any coach could have succeed in succeeded in that environment when when he became the head coach at cincinnati having watched work as a defensive coordinator having watched him when when he was running the program in two thousand eleven what what things came to mind when cincinnati named him. The next head coach you know. I think i knew that they'd have a tough program. They'd have a physical program you know they'd be able to. They were going to set a tone. They were gonna obviously be defensive. That's you know. His his background is but you've watched how they've evolved is still a tough on defense. They're always going to be that but his development of dozen ritter like you know it's been very impressive like the pound the ball they have an attitude they have an identity. And that's something that's really tough to find in college football for their for a team to come in a younger coach. You know be able to establish that without any prior head. Coaching experience do it in really a pretty short time. They were good and their second third year. And you know they're they're got this thing rolling now to the point where you're their top ten top ten in the ap which lucrative ever ever imagined that in his wildest dreams. Yeah no i i would. I would say the same for most of us who have been following this program for for a while in terms of the matchup tomorrow. Cincinnati versus miami. What are you looking forward to seeing most from that. Cincinnati defense which really has a chance to be one of the best in the country. You know it's gonna be interesting to see how they tweet this thing and move it around a little bit with the departure of markets freeman. You've got you know might will coming in there. You know talking with luke this morning on this And you know his his thoughts. Were you know we're going to do things the same terminology but a lot of similar stuff but we got thrown spin on it. You know we gotta make sure that you know might feels like he owns this. It's not just you know defense. He's coming in and inheriting and that kind of freshen things up and it gives things a new look and appearance and you know with that you know you keep the players interest and you know how your defense kind of evolve organically which is something. I think it's critical in this day and age with how fast offenses move and how they develop that. If you're gonna sit there and try to do the same thing for three or four years you know. Eventually we're going to figure you out. You mentioned desmond ritter and the bearcats have what's kind of become a rarity in college football. You have a head coach and offensive coordinator and a starting quarterback who have been together for more than thirty wins. That that sort of thing just doesn't happen in this day. Age to the extent that you've watched desmond ritter. What do you hope to see in his fourth season as the starting quarterback to this program i godless compose it. Looks like he He's been there before you know he has. He's one of the most veteran starting quarterbacks in college football and especially you know you look across the top. Ten obama breaking into new quarterback ohio state breaking in a new quarterback. Bunsen breaking a new quarterback. George kind of has the guy who played a little bit us towards the end of the year and started looking better. But you know they have a veteran when you have a guy there. He has to look like that he can make all the throws. He's athletic he can move around. And you know it's really. He should be the point. Where you know his downside. The bad place he makes are so few and far between and it's really just maybe missing on ball placement but he should never miss a really should never really get food. And i think you're gonna probably you're gonna see that out of this year. Now bobby carpenter the game tomorrow for. Espn plus kicks off at three. Thirty from nipper stated. Can you imagine preparing for an opponent in which they played three games the previous year know. It's tough trying to look and kind of evaluate. What these teams are especially. It seems in the midwestern footprint. The mac the big ten some of the c. You know look out on the west coast like teams you know. Didn't play a whole lot of games and you started late due there. Were some issues now and so you have such a small body of work and even if they played more. You're trying to figure out. Well you know this guy played in twenty nineteen but he opted out and twenty twenty and he'll why were they better. Why were they worse. What are they going to try and do this year. I think early on in the season is going to be huge feeling out process to try to figure out or some of these teams more like twenty nineteen for some of the more like twenty twenty. Because i know it was pretty good about the squad he has and he's like you know they'd be allstate. Allstate won the mac last year. One of the best teams in the best mac and of the better teams college football. So they're a team. That's pretty good and you're gonna have to execute beat them and you know just everything that happened. you know. Chuck mertz like he let one go season. They got away from them here in an opportunity but they have a lot of guys back and they're a veteran team will be ready to go. Yeah i think that's i think. His his dynamic is is interesting where they had going into last year. I think team that they were really high on a lot of experience players from a team. That won the mac two years ago. But you know you're always sort of looking ahead and so in two thousand nineteen. Maybe you're looking at guys. Okay by two thousand twenty one. This player will be experienced enough that we can count on him and then they get three games and it's a weird year because they're not practicing as much and it's going to be interesting to me specifically with that program but a handful of others as well how they how they make up for what was essentially a lost year and how they're going to get some of these guys caught up on the experience that for for the most part they didn't even get well and the other part of that. Experience is always playing in the games. Guys who started last year for the first time is playing games with fans and you saw a little bit of it. They'll be ohio state game up in minnesota on the road at night and hostile environment. You know. there's an element of that this year. Where some guys may have played. Maybe didn't play a lot. Maybe they did. But it's a heck of a lot different playing in front of a packed house. There's a lot of passion at night. Sometimes even just during the day fans are excited to get out there. They're going to be passionate about these games. And there's a noise and energy component that if you're not used to dealing with i mean it's like like you know from jv game to far seeking mean it's friends and family only and then all of a sudden you may have five or six thousand people there like that's a big jump in a lot of these guys who were maybe first year starters maybe started a little bit in twenty nineteen like they don't fully have that experience to be able to draw upon and it's tough to replicate you can try it all you want but until you're in that situation it's really really hard to deal with quickly here. I appreciate you joining me. I know you're getting set for cincinnati miami grade. Cj stroud from last night. i'd probably give him a c plus bounce back like better very skilled guy obviously but first time starting on the road. That's going to be tough. You miss them throws early on. You obviously had the interception. There was some rain you know and playing in the elements that night. There's a little bit of that thrown in there. We've got to be more accurate and later in the game. Yeah he did a good job of course some touchdowns. He's throwing a little swing. Swing passes on henderson. He's taking sixty yards man. It's great but i'm not really giving him credit for sixty or touchdown pass on that you know. He throws chris lobby on a bubbly twelve yards. Those are easy and quarterback friendly throws those once the has to have to make those consistently. Then i need like the touchdown to gary wilson. Heck we'll just six years of separation you know. And i'm not gonna penalize him for that. But i need to see him be crisper next week coming out starting in the game and you know what he probably has some jitters vegas said guys first time doing to college pass on the road at night you know pretty hostile environment and you got a little bit of rain on top of it. The all can get slippery to california. Kids probably didn't playing much weather out there. And so there's a lot of variables that you have to consider. I appreciate the time. I know you have a lot going on. Enjoy the game tomorrow afternoon. Thanks so much bobby. Tomorrow the tv broadcast on. Espn plus bobby carpenter. The longtime nfl linebacker former buckeye has the game cincinnati and miami version. Number one twenty five. It's quarter to five part of my interview with desmond. Ritter a little bit later on and we have lease sterling paramount. Sports in one hour going to help you make some money this weekend. Alex college football. Let's talk about that. Big twelve thing as we get set for a season of anticipation and hype for the bearcats plus brennaman and jones on baseball coming up on. Espn fifteen thirty. Cincinnati sports station.

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FashionCast  Michigan Fashion Summit Part I, Loren Hicks, Marv Neal, Alex May

PodcastDetroit.com

25:14 min | 2 years ago

FashionCast Michigan Fashion Summit Part I, Loren Hicks, Marv Neal, Alex May

"You're listening to the podcast visit. WWW DOT past detroit dot com for information welcome to fashion cast we're at the Michigan Fashion Summit with Warren Hicks founder of Michigan Passion Week and Michigan Fashion Summit one. Welcome welcome thank you. I'm so excited to be uranium. Fish heads so how did you get started with this particular event so startled the Michigan Besson's summit. I'm a designer myself and being a designer and I didn't know where to go for resource so as as I got older as I kind of dove into the war started figuring out thanks for talking to keep it from networking just really finding the resources that I need for my own Asha business and so I saw a lot of other were in the fashion design business fashion modeling session photography. They're looking into actually learn and fashion. It's so cliche but bashing is actually a real business thirty eight billion dollars and when I see people that really want to break into the industry industry they have to be able to know how to do it where to start how to grow their business so I saw a real need for educating people in the bashing visits so you said your background was as a designer. So where did you graduate and had done some designing or you connected in with selling pieces and designing. How's that actually my real macaroni statistics degree from Brandeis University so was nothing about fashion but after I got my degree I just wasn't fulfilled. I know a lot of people say that but I literally was just not fulfilled and I love and so even when I talked to other people like fashion you. You can't make a career out a fashion. I'm like you just watch me and see who I really started to kind of just told me hone in on my passion when I really love to do and then from there I I started taking courses in fashion design courses and sewing so I started my own line been several magazines. I've been on Fox News. Accelerate customer pizzas at took a small break from awhile started family. I'm getting back into it now selling pieces and really just kind of doing what I you know. I wish I wish to listeners could see your jacket. Hey what are you calling. The Georges doesn't mind today at the summit so I haven't really put much thought into it yet but it because I'm getting such good feedback from it. I am going to go ahead and put it into production but I loved. His jacket is perfect. If you have somewhere to go to throw it on the fabulous attorney Lauren. Can you tell our listeners where they can find you if they wanna look designs yes so you can just go right on my website and Lawrence L. R. E. N. D. Hicks Beco- okay great and are you on Instagram at the Lauren Hicks dot com or gray so so what is the objective of the summit other than you know. You're providing a platform essentially for people interested in the industry or is it more for for designers and yet in general and it's more business like here's what mark. Yes we have a lot of. Let's imagine it's a hobby right now but I don't believe that everything has to be a hobby forever. I do believe that you can tap into the thirty eight billion dollars in the bash industry writer Michigan so yes is for people who have who may close Monaco's people who are influencers so it really just learned the Omaha entire bashing. I can't believe what you gave up a career and statistics on your job over. It depends on what you really truly love. Yes that's great so in terms of coordinating. It's a pretty big about. It seems like you've got. There's a lot of pieces to how many people are helping you. How many people are tending you know. I know that your husband mentioned. There was some issues with the venue. You've had to go back got a Lotta peaks and valleys. So how long does it take to do this. I want people to know you know what maybe and maybe fed were wearing long time ago at night ear brainstorming the idea and and then from there little pieces at a time you know talking to people just a little bit at a time just chip away a day took away name and then it finally gets chippewas. Hold up a little by little plant early. You know surround yourself with people that can. I help you and that's he got a wonderful. Miss Tiffany sinise and this is the third years you second year second year. I scream second. Many years sure it's going to yes but when you're when you're asking some of the lecturers and people that are participating today because you have quite lineup. I mean it's pretty amazing to me. Some of the people that you've got here so are they are they. Are they putting them are they. Are they being tamed or how did you get interested. What's their motivation to find people looking to help. People don't mark those people who actually WanNa help people who who see the vision of icy and it's our time to give back to the that stupid and give back to some of the people who may not have the same opportunities. I I do look for people who are looking to give back who can't help people with the business that they they do and I think that's very important finding speaker so I I do look for people who really want to give back like our keynote speaker was miler from the F. I G. which is a nonprofit fashioned rule and she loves she ever mention. She's a designer with the newer so just having her apartment to off and that's great that you or doing the here defray who really need that. We need to bring fashion. Yes back to Detroit. Are you noticing that there's more energy the whole fashioning yeah. I think would help like fashion cast other people that are really trying to do something in the fashion industry it helps if you have something in especially doing put on the the starter pack at starting because of more of us had does it the more it won't be a snowball on bigger and more. I'd it's not like quite a few designers quite a few people like Detroit is Newport Roslyn and we've we've worked with Eric Yells at Detroit Donovan Aaron wet slow down at Orleans and Winder. I mean there's just a lot of people that we've met so. We know that there's I underground energy. You know and it seems like you're validating but that's actually going on and this today. It seems like there's a lot lot of people in here. We can off elaborate help each other out who your audience. My audience and we're all are really shooting for the same. The goal is to bring back here in the ashtray yards. Put Detroit on the map met free. Yes yes so my my last question is where's. Ah What is going on and he was in your noble compassionate impact yeah. He's a he. He was actually at our last summit so he's awesome guys for next year. Bring Bring Mrs Michigan instead of Terrorism Hicks. Thank you so much. We really appreciate you the invite and hopefully we'll be back next. Thank you thank you welcome back to fashion. cavs were at the Michigan Fashion Summit our second gusted. The day is Marv Neal. He's a celebrity. Maybe maybe not but just a stylist can explain that but Marvin one day ask you what what was your motivation for participating today and other than Lauren is a great person on church twisted. Your arm is still good. But how did you get involved in this and what is your background in terms of fashion and being a Stylus okay. I'm I'm I got involved just because I feel like it's a d. here. Michigan for people to learn I wish I had someone poor class war. this whole thing that we're doing. I wish this available available for ten it years ago when I started my journey so I'm always here to willing to help. I think this is a great thing. They always picked the right then you. It's always very organized the gene that people so that's one of my reasons why I do it but my background comes from of course the retail detailed background at first the love of wanting to be a fashion stylist work. Well actually the love of wanting to be a designer. I I then moved into fashion styling just because I was like I don't really know cone sitting behind so machine so that's what I love it calms and then just prom building a hard copy portfolio like old school way shooting shooting shooting went from that to dealing with celebrity clients so I do have some celebrities and local US outside well. You got to come uh-huh okay. Do you really need the little singer rb. Singer Adler gets a heart medication Joseph Park near Arkansas from the cardinals. So when you're doing styling wasn't those types of celebrities. How often is it do they. How often do you talk doc and meet and consult will usually as a majority of the time. It's really kind of like a fast paced kind of thing because they're either in Thailand for the day who so you may not have time to pre set up like you would do where someone that's here in Detroit so it may be by I might get an email at eight o'clock in the morning so it just so you know that sort of thing happened with them. Santa Toni Braxton was coming to the city and then Herreid she needed a dresser award of Stylus. She had a team of hers to me. She wanted someone from Detroit. So young lady named Piper Carter reached out to me and said well. You're the best here in the city. We want to offer you to dive. You know you come down on my mind audience so I wanted to just get everything that they needed needed. I have my own home seeing everything she wound up having a lot of her own stuff so wanted this coming up to Nietzsche's. Pin One it's like you know for this part because she had a lot of of a quick changing outfits because she hasn't slept for Vegas tenure owned so it really maces dishes stuff that they had so us. God so are you working with. A lot of local designers are local designers. That's like when you for instance when you were styling for a Tony. Where did you also take a lady here that Hernandez Dianne Berry. Oh really really pick for like high end dresses like red carpet gowns something that you wear to the grammys learnings they have mining and everything like really really beautifully made rapport a Lotta guys and you're sitting yeah herself is Dianne Berry. Ah put a lot of stuff from another young lady Santa Trees CNN from Detroit as well Kim Moore's cousin. That's one love and hip hop on inside basketball why it's one of those She's a Detroit native too so that's her cousin. She got her stuff on her so a lot of stuff that you see on a show she's worn so I just reach out to my network of people here in the city and that's good that you're supporting local desires you have to after a while. We've seen at one point. She got on her so we're GONNA use that. Remember actually styling for more women or more moons. Even in is pretty. I mean of course men don't step in that round and much much women do who when the pitcher's I'm for anything so I work with a lot of let me as well. I started out working with so wha- just as we're thinking about it. This is usually your question. See is so where can folks for you. They could buy me. We're coming around Marville all social media media facebook instagram Myanmar on twitter and then on my website whereby portfolio per folio. WWW dot marc take a argument and a RV and you good okay so when and you got. How long have you been in. This is the second year. Would you here last year too so I was here year before last. I don't think it was. Oh okay because the Laura was breaking last year so two thousand seventeen. I think yeah yeah but anyway yeah whenever she calls me I it was just me being sitting in front row for a fashion show so start with that and then when she started having more of the panels and everything she she asked me to compensate for class planning our class for one then this year talked to classes commended the power so you know one of the things I wanted to ask so you're here as a participant I mean actually you know participating in the event not here. You're here to educate essentially so have you learned something to being here. Have you made connections with other folks. I WANNA set and other people classes so the Glam doctors cheated she does make a Saad Larson stuff from her just because a lot of tabs on set using creative director of everything so sometimes the make. I may do one look and a Lotta Times. I've had them be like I need you to touch up their makeup with this impetus given this lipstick to put on so it just little stuff that I learned this from the only guy sometimes I'll say so when you were designing. How long did that go on. What what were what which is at that time because I didn't know how I know how to soldier's hands so a little bit so all of this stuff was just a lot of sketching and not really executing security sketches? The sketches wound up getting. I want us to get into Parsons school design and he went to personnel got accepted. You got accepting. Why don't you go twenty years ago. 'cause a lot of money. I know a lot of money in minute graduated from the new school last year when he well he was in the lane so that's you know that's a different division within the university but Parsons a bunch of friends that were in their program twenty years now aged Gosh twenty years. I got accepted so that was my love of being a designer through music and find out what awards that's star. Yeah I love you. You're the second stylus that we've just recently affect Latrice Delgado I I show she started as a designer and then she switched over. It's a Will you work with the designer a lot of times. You wind up sitting with a designer eight. You all collaborate eleven. Canada's only difference is I just don't have the patience. It's a sit back so I respect this but you have the vision of using scare clear but just the whole execution another guy so we'll get. I just want to thank you. Thank thank you mark. Nieto live from Michigan Fashion Summit. Welcome back to fashion cast. This is our third guest. I at the Michigan Fashion Summit. It's Alex May Alex is actually a participant today came here to learn some things. He's an emerging designer so we want to talk about that so go ahead and introduce yourself out please so my name is Alex. May I run my the company is called. Tony Mac naming the fashion industry they call me as Tony Macaroni. INSTAGRAM is Toni T. O. N. Y. M. A. C. Dot coke. Co and you design men's clothing. Yes men's and women check so they are. Unisex two bomber jackets. I have a couple exactly and the sizes I have right now are small medium large for right now and then eventually for the next addition to be extra small and extra lunches so are all the pieces going to be a good idea yeah because I see that fashion a lot of fashions Unisex. Now I notice we're seeing a lot of the science smells yes well. Some of it has to do a sustainability in that kind of thing so that's very interesting. I didn't know that but you brought a jacket and the listeners can't see the jacket but it's impeccable looks great. It's unbelievable. It's is it. Is it sourced in America. I know that it's being it's being manufactured down south. Yes so it's manufactured down South we import fabrics for billy fabrics and then we make them down south both in Alabama and then and then they are shipped who quality it's based on quality on. That's why it's there are telling Wolf thing about to definitely with a lot of people especially men know about war that their suits and everything it's a great fabric duff occur wearing on on a day to day basis with your breath ability of a wall or natural affable and also or outside where with if it's raining or anything was really well for water resistance. You came came to the Michigan Fashion Summit today. Did you have an objective certain things you really really wanted to learn or whether some speakers or you know what motivated you to come to this about the big thing for networking with other people like minded in Michigan and don't really see that even in the retail business a lot of people do it for the money which is which is not a problem at all with you try and become a designer trying to become a stylist. It's hard to find people that have that same vision and so coming here her to a summit you can meet a lot of people that are driven to start a business in the downtown business. It's a good way to bring together so go back to your particular line so let's say that the line is up and running which it is and it's it's growing up more pieces are. Are you trying to sell online. Are you actually trying to get into specific. Stores are upper and stores. Yes yes so that's that's the long that's that's is to get into higher retailers and to get stores stuff. We don't introduce this once. They have manufacturing available. I will be producing here in Michigan right in some of these companies are actually coming to Michigan. The PH is coming in and I think they have a I don't want to speak out of school but I think they own a broad range of different different retail companies so the opportunity especially in Detroit in not just Metropolitan Detroit centric centric is I think it's pretty good and we've spoken to a number of these people that either designers or they actually own you know shops and businesses manufacturing factory down there. I love him too. Well Aaron choose an Easter market at Orleans Winder and it has the same honey Unisex feel too but it's high end fashion. She's a merchandiser. She's a designer but this is the kind of thing that is it be great for them to collaborate elaborate. Absolutely that's so there's tremendous opportunity. So how did you get in the fashion business. What what sparked your interest initially initially yeah. Have you always been interested in fashion go. She started. I'd say two years ago. I Left College Dropout Alex College. I got into retail store. SORTA working there and realizing ensue business at least on that there was no middle ground between cash and with our jackets that kind of gives you the browns take off that sport jacket it go this bomber jacket on go hang out and go on a date or not it could be both formal and casual as long coats jeans fans. Hugo sweatpants good at wath days. Got Some crazy on what what pants deal why cardigan absolutely so. You're more really at this point. It seems like you're more in tune with the men's market because you're working where you work okay so menswear. How so you see a lot of the styles styles commissioner. I think they've they've really upgraded that whole store and of course there's been a merger and so forth of course Joseph the Buddha's heavily involved so they've really upgraded that so you see you're on the front line of looking at the trends and seeing the truth. So how do you normally help on a customer who comes in and says you know. Let's start from square one. I'm not sure where what are you looking at for that person other than size. They wanted to do with it where they WANNA go. If it's for work what business is it formal. I'm all the occasions and then you lay out the kind of customer you. WanNa put some personality into the outfit. They feel comfortable on now so when they go into interviews they go into the business to go on a date. Don't feel like they have someone else's clothing fair comfortable yet. You feel comfortable. They can let down with guard just go. I wish our audience can see right now. Sharp look beautiful the whole Levin Dirt Laser. You don't see much off a yeah floral button up shirt how nice slacks and shoes you got. The listeners have to go onto storrow marv style. Uh So what is your instagram account again. It's Tony Tony. They go on the website. Tony Mack Clothing Dot Com Alex may thank you for joining us today on fashion cast at Michigan Fashion Summit. It's been a pleasure. Thank you thank you.

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Chakra Empowerment for Women

Up Or Out with Connie

30:54 min | 1 year ago

Chakra Empowerment for Women

"We're obsessed with the Connie fife show it's about lifestyle shift to move up or out. He which really what makes you uncertain. It's about opening a new door to live your dream giving three to. It's about enjoying the journey. It's about keeping it real your ears interviewing the it's all about you pay for something else. I wanted to do. Stop taking shit so seriously. The okay do this. This is Connie five show we really union airdrie host. Connie fife eighty one is five and welcome back to another episode of that. Connie five show. We just have so much so much going on right now. And if you are listening listening to this amid Corona Virus Pandemic. I want to just to say to everyone out that. Just just hang in there. We're going to get this and I'll go to get through this g gathered and I just keep talking to a lot of my. Our talent in does that are on our label. At just assuring that we are going to get bruised. This and this is the time to really sit back and be with yourself. Maybe it's to do the. Ddr Politics that you've been wanting to clean up the garage connected. Some old friends that you just spend too busy to connect with. We have plenty of technology to do that. Or maybe it's raining next out or a book or even just having a now are able out. I do something I encourage you not to get locked into that eanet couch potato or hitting a refrigerator date open. Get up exercise. Do something physical do something abdomen. Just get up and keep yourself moving. And that's a lot of what we're going to be talking about today on. Today's show really keeping net energy Keeping motivated and really keeping keeping strong keeping and read and reading through this process because we are going to get through it I know every day. I'm sure listening to news and Sundays erupts and base down. Disappointment with there's a lot of encouragement at the end of it to use up so stayed there. Hanging on aged is my guess now of very very lovely lady and she is the energy worker. She is an MD. Workers Specializing in women's energetic and sexual trauma hearing cheesy author of were empowered for Women. Llewellyn publish it. She has woman maximize imbalanced energy during he life. Transit's such as pregnancy was pardon Perryman ause and menopause including bouncing a mother child energy. She also works with women to heal emotional wounds on it energy level from abuse and assault. She's certified in mindfulness meditation. It started in trauma sensitivity and has trained in a variety of healing modalities. She's a member of the National Association of Meditation Instructors. The American Holistic Health Association the Energy Medicine Practitioners Association and the Bereaved Network which is a nonprofit dedicated to supporting all healing and healers for sexual trauma survivors. So welcome to the Connie fight. Show Lisa Erickson. Thank you Connie for having me only says thanks for being here at itself funny to accept. I just find my notes because he edged. We actually did did a trip to Moscow too big a I t t over the weekend and I actually got young at for standing too close to my daughter calls reader. Sporting modules shooter husband redoing their their kitchen and they're annoyed Carolina and she calls reaches like Jose lows yesterday and out every tough right now. Everybody's on manage. Yeah an intense. How can we help them? How can we guide them? It really calm them to a place where it's going to be okay that we don't have to be on such edge right now. Yeah I think it's really important throughout the day to take breaks and really belly breathe. This is one of the simplest things you can do. And what's interesting is that we know that anxiety and your average stress point as they call it the level you are at particular day impacts your immune function right so if your average stress point with sort of a three and now during this year functioning at a five or six. If you're doing after day after day that actually compromises your immune system because your stress level impacts the amount of fraternal cortisol. That's pumping to your body. So what you can do throughout the day is try to lower your stress point just periodically throughout the day into your belly along at your inhales and like do a six count. Inhale and for count exhale just little things like data three times a few times a day. Now I actually work with the shockers which is another kind of mindfulness and Meditation Energy Work and from that perspective also breathing into your belly is very century because the energy center or Shaqra associated with that part of your belly has to do with centering. You're kind of literally bringing all the energy up in your brain. That's going crazy and spinning down right when we know that our our our belly has an incredible amount of a nurse throughout our. You know it's actually our second brain down there. They sometimes call it. So really centering in calming down in your belly down in your Navel Shaqra Doing that four. To five times a day can kind of set a little alarm in your phone or your watch even. Just if there's a lot more you can do but even if you don't it can have a really really big difference. I really got Into the shock raw based energy hearing a couple of years ago myself. Great and they're there was just some stress business and would is always something always Type of stress and I was working with the national passage healer in Orange County Near near near the airport and I started working with him and I have a low immune system. The other doctor had me on all sorts of medication. They don't WanNa do that anymore. I wanted to clear my body all of all of that. So we started working with the healer there. And we went through the emotional physical. Tom Was the third one the emotional physical and the body and we went through all of that so he to the shock of based energy. He only and they're in meditation so that I do that every day at when I when there are days are times. Wyche this when there's a lot of negative energy going on right now but we can look at it as such because a lot of people are living in a place of fear. Yeah and and I will do that will take extra steps of that throughout the day and whether intentionally stopped to take that break for lunch and then I will do meditating that reduce hockey and which. I never did that before. The difference is it made always made a huge difference. Because before I was a had work I had to work it. Was You know twelve fourteen hours a day in New York? Especially when you're running your own much for your business and you stress do I. And I don't have time to stop for lunch. I don't have time to stop for anything. And then of course you start notice saying I knew. Talk About Menopause. In with the work you do while. I started noticing that in the muffin top. And why is that happening but it was all the stress and all of that. That was happening more about that as well and it was like. Okay we have to slow the status. We have an MA complete sere friends and prone to migrates. And I still get the occasionally not like I used not like I used to have at all and a do credit. The shocker hearing that yeah well. That's what a lot of people turn to. Modalities like this. You kind of hit a wall right. If you just push shouldn't push in You're on in this constant rat race always trying to push harder always thinking. Your success is based on working longer hours right eventually wall. Your body will just tell you I'm done. You'll get very sick or just have gradual issues or sleep issues digestive issues or in some cases something more serious so it's important to develop these healthy routines before that and then I think what you discover are certainly what I discovered. Maybe this is true for you to isn't even just about health. You actually work more efficiently because when never mind is calm and clear when you have that kind of you know you need to take a break you get twice as much done. You don't sit and spin through at subject. You know how to just sit down and do a transition. Those that's all energetic shifts nature making in your awareness focused now yeah So it's kind of this It seems contradictory. That taking time out. You're going to get more done but you do. If you're it's you're taking the right time to time out bright right because I I know looking back I. It was a place of fear spinning wheel. But it wasn't a complete focus to what I had to get done and event invite fire might play find myself in that place of not focusing on to stop gave us stop to step away and will refocus a man in then walking back so you started out as a an executive in technology in New York City. Yes Jim TV IRS from technology to to the work that you do today. Yeah Shift Yeah. You know a couple of years Alex College when I had been doing that work for a couple of years. I was working in consulting. Just working huge long hours. Right actually liked the work but just you know long long hours and I was. I was only twenty four and I was experiencing stress headaches. Stomach aches insomnia and so a friend actually recommended a meditation class as it happened. It was a shocker meditation class and that really transformed my life. I really resonated with not simply meditation but specifically energy base meditation for me. There's a lot of modalities for me that resonated and it sheens the way that I managed my energy in my life and so as I can. I continue my career for many more years in technology but I was studying energy healing. And kindling meditation on my own throughout that time and eventually made a career shift and then kind of another within that career shift. Another shift specifically to women's energetics in Toronto. A A little bit later on while so. How does the trauma healing for our women's and bodies and shock were systems differ than for men? Yeah so we have been. Our energy bodies are anchored in a different place edgy body for those who already know the shockers Zell author. This might be too technical for some. But we're anchored in our second Shaqra Which is in our pelvic area. As opposed to the root shot which is to anchor. And that's not taught a lot but it's very important because what it means that shockers actually receptive Yin Fluid Shaqra so in general although this pay much. Generalized men ten energetically to focus more on fluidity and women need to focus more on energetic boundaries and grounding grounding their energy and directing the natural fluidity of their energy body and energy bodies because we really have a default of absorbing other people's energies and emotions without realizing it meant so learn to work with our energy in such a way that we can really distinguish when we're picking up others emotions and when we're knock and of course men can do this too but for women. It's much more of a default both energetically and because of conditioning because we are still very much condition to take responsibility for other people's emotions to our detriment so a lot of the work that I do. Women's energetics is helping women's specifically kind of he end the ways. They're doing that and specific shocker. Meditations to help them Counter that and Kinda reprogram the way they are in the world energetically. I show is heard everywhere. You can find the kind of factual and most of your favorite networks. It's time to recognize. Thank our Jerry networks for all their support in house. We have business. Radio cease we radio transformation. Radio eye radio we also heard of Google play Apple Radio Stitcher and so m-mad just can't keep up the mall. I hear unstoppable diva learn more about our Jim and now we work together at my anish. Ninety website show gone. I'll see you over there until then Mike share share back in the show. We mentioned menopause before pas the menopause so how does that how women and even going to pregnancy or artem so how does that help women empowerment going through this especially to menopause. So I've gone through. That in was not fun a pretty through time at. I think it's largely because of the energy because I had already been doing all of that beforehand. You know but I do know. There's different different theories on. Yeah I think the other thing. That's different about women's shocker. Systems within the energy medicine. Traditions is Dad. Our energy shifts with each of these life. Transit's that you have mentioned night. Shifts monthly administration shifts with pregnancy. It shifts with permit deposit menopause. So part of the teachings on paramedic pause energetically that we're kind of having surge of energy going through our and what we need is a lot of focus on grounding and stabilizing energy. So there's certain meditations that you can do to help stabilize your energy flow really Stabilizing it and also that it's a tremendous opportunity for personal growth. I think the other piece of energy work for personal transformation so really approaching the challenges that arise during that time as an opportunity to shift into kind of the next version of yourself that those challenges are actually showing places that you might be limiting your personal power. And I don't know about you. But I've known so. Many women who in their forties feel as if they faced a lot of challenges and if they into them in their fifties they rebirths themselves. It wasn't always easy. But you know and for those who don't They feel as if in their fifties style kind of going downhill. They have to like really. It's even harder than to kind of turn things around. So there's really this window for most women in their forties to really look at the ways they may have been limiting their power and lean into clearing obstructions facing pass trauma really looking at relationships or marriages that are not satisfied in deciding to either work on them or let them go shifting parent child relationships all that stuff. That's really interesting. Think for a lot of people in it happens organic Clinton during during during that period. Whether it's it's because of menopause or E- Eat I. It's it's it said generation where you taking care of mom and dad but you're also taking care of your your children as well. Thank you see you see things in a new way to different way. You start really taking inventory of your life where you're at but I love how you put that it's out window but you can actually look through shoe to fully understand of embrace where you've come from and maybe embraces that the right word you know maybe some of that abuse that you've gone through like you said the marriages or the marriage that Iran is the marriage that he wanted to continue their work with work through. And if you don't do that and if you didn't see your fifties Still questioning why is my life still now. I want to be at this age. And you're still questioning yourself for the million trusting How you phrase that. Yeah it's really. Is this Life Assessment Point Brian? Eight so fascinating energy energy energy teachings going way way back actually defined it. Is that Reith like this? And for women in particular this transit that occurs as we're moving out of our childbearing years and be a time when we're moving into kind of our greatest power right. An our cultures image of aging doesn't really support that because we're so focused on women's worth being based in their physical appearance in their youth and he needed mother. Whatever right and so there can be cultural messages that you're like heading to the end and is this time to come into your power in a new way while. I think a cultural cultural messages where you said you mean for me. The cultural message was you. Don't go to college come away if you have children you take care of your family your mom your era your wife here. This should take care of the house and then you get old. Yeah that's what year expected of in again for me at broke that I went to college. I did everything else first and then and so I broke that before. It was even able to get there so for a lot of women today. That challenge of. I can't do that because that's not the expectation that's not my culture. That's not what I'm supposed to be doing but now going through menopause or Perryman applause being office energy. And what you're talking about. That helps women find. A place are what they can do that energy at if they can reframe the way. They approached rain mid challenge this time the questioning. That's going on the energetic searches which actually to some extent. Courage just Leany energy is the energy moves through the shock. Was that's raised the teachings that happens naturally for women during menopause. It's part of what we talk about. Night sweats and hot flashes. Things like that. Those are things that are described for anyone who meditates on Kunda leaney at any age as a sign. It's moving through and it's happening a normally for women during paramount PAS. If instead of facing those things with fear you can you re frame them as a sign that you do have this additional energy and learn how to ground that. Learn how to question without fear question. Your life with a kind of open ended way and the tools. You need to do that whether it's counseling or coach or spiritual guidance. Meditation is Great Day to take up at that time. All of those kinds of things can help you work with it in a way that allows you to rebirth yourself. As opposed to shut down. A lot of people will do that especially if there's been sexual trauma physical trauma any any type of trauma that they've had line they will shut down. Yeah you know any you know using meditation and use this well. This is what what was coming up for. Me was some of the trauma that I had a child and nats would start coming up for me. I had mission all inside and so when other things were happening it was triggering. Mosey emotions so going through this and the meditation really helped me heal some of their trauma that That had held held. That had happened to me to me as a child. So indefinitely does contribute to the healing of any type of trauma. That is happened in. Yeah previous years and this is very common that in mid light trauma that has not yet been faced had been pushed away rises back up in if we are able to really turn to it and work with it in some way towards healing a tremendous amount of energy is freed up for us. Because there's a lot of energy in repressing keeping things in a box. It that's based on fear. Fear that I can't handle it if it does come up. Fear of how can impact me any soon as you actually find the right tools to help you. Let it out of the box and face it. You can release any of the other residual things that may have been holding you back feelings of shame or guilt. Self blame unworthiness all of that. You can finally worked to heal when you do that then You know this credible. New Sense of personal power is yours right. It's beautifully you have this this inner courageous in her confidence. It's it's just a really beautiful so I mean you saw so passionate about helping women kidnapped and connect with their with their. Is You talked about leaving guest corporate at if you will the Technology Industry? I mean you just continue down this path. A passionate just continue taking you down this path through two way read tonight. Yeah well it's interesting. I sort of had a crisis and then you have a great passion for this work but I was on the fence. When I had my first child I was already thirty eight when I had my older daughter and I was on the fence about whether I wanted to continue by technology career. At that point I had kind of been doing some energy healing on this side. But it's not really in meditation. Teaching was not really considering it as a potential career but then she was born and I got very sick afterwards. Ahead Gall bladder attack and then I caught a bunch of infections in the hospital had not been sick like that at any time in my life and the doctors could not really healthy. They did not could not figure out what's going on so. I really had to turn into energy medicine in a new way. very personal and it led me down a path of researching things specific to energetics that. I hadn't really seen a lot about and that really is what caused me to shift into this work. That whole experience postpartum upon my energy changed of other things that had been released in my energy body. Nut doesn't happen for every women but that then became a driving force down this direction of women's energetics and as I started doing more women's classes I was just having so many women coming to me privately. Asking how to heal specifically sexual trauma from their past. became another focus. And that's I think what's really kept me going is just that feeling of watching people keel blossom as they find the right tools for themselves in May. Oh rewarding to to see that to see. That happening was beautiful while so so I always ask Oliver Gas so if you could finish a sentence. Lisa I unstoppable because because I know how to tap into that which is unseen the unseen energy. That's beneath the surface. So many many have diseased please and all the doing and helping women to overcome. How do you help them and yourself overcome that disease? The disease say that again disease cleese disease to please has Yeah Yeah you yeah yeah sourcing in your own sense of inner worthiness so you don't need external validation so it all comes down to self love. It sounds very cliche. But when you truly focused on loving yourself you don't be that external validation as your source of your on worthiness anymore power moment in and life since head. The greatest impact on you probably the birth of my first child both in terms of cracking. Open my heart. In a way that I didn't know it was possible but then in terms of the serious health challenges after that point which really changed the trajectory of my life in terms of the Work Beautiful. So if they were raised song named after you what would it be called? Oh goodness I think it would be called something like that flight. Yeah I just really love images of flying and the ways that birds can see everything. Have this brand kind of larger vision of how everything functions and how it all fits together. So what's next? Will you go from you? Hopefully I just continue to find new ways to bring off empowering tour tools. I think two people can continue to raise my family and hope that they all have three teenagers now hoping that they all fan. Grow Up to be functional. Happy adults nineties. So you have a course. Now that I've seen and you have another course coming out so later this fall so on listeners. Now to get more information on that yeah go to shocker. Empowerment FOR WOMEN DOT COM and Chaka new to you. It's C. H. A. K. R. A. EMPOWERMENT WOMEN DOT COM. That's also the name of the book which you can get pretty much anywhere but the course ties to the book and there's different focuses within it whether it's goal attainment healing or trauma. Nice Nice very and you have an online course. Course the daily on. That's what I was when I see. Yes the daily home yeah. Yeah and that's a different course. It's not as tied to this book. It was done earlier but it has a lot of the same chocolate information in it. Not so much. The focus on trauma healing. However you have because I was looking I was finding you all over. Wow Okay here yes because I have followed the daily on before. Yeah I definitely have so at Lisa. Thank you for being here. Thank you Connie for me. I love having you here. And you're always always walker come back and join us again. Thank you so much and good luck with everything going on in this difficult time to everyone out there to you and everyone out there thank you. Well that's all we have for today. One REMEMBER NEUTRAL. People are ever alike but love each other justice. Say you're listening to the five show. Go out this week and have a great week and be kind to each other. Take Care bye-bye thank you for listening to check back off in any of the if you like you hear and we'd like to be a guest on this show or to undo applying air to Ramizi advertising opportunities that will put you in of your will see you over there. Do yourself a favor. This we activate your or an unstoppable.

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091 - Annovis DOUBLES on Mixed Alzheimer's Disease Data. ASCO Abstracts Released!

Breaking Biotech

38:18 min | 3 months ago

091 - Annovis DOUBLES on Mixed Alzheimer's Disease Data. ASCO Abstracts Released!

"Hey everybody welcome breaking biotech. Thanks for being with me here today. My name is matt and if you like the show you can help out by clicking the like or some scribe button you can also donate using the patriot. Lincoln the description below so. I'm excited to be back and got a great show for everybody today. We're gonna talk about the last few weeks in the updates. We've seen from the asko abstracts as well as some other stuff specifically related to central nervous system disorders so the first company renaissance touch on is a notice. We're going to then move into terminal and then finish up with rep lemieux and i want to thank everybody for all your support. Appreciate all comments and the great feedback have been getting. Please keep it up. We're doing great on the number. So i do appreciate that. And let's just get right into it. The first company wanna talk about is a novus their ticker symbol as and bs and before. All this news came out. They were trading at one hundred sixty five million dollar market cap that then moved to a five hundred million dollar market cap where they then settled at around three hundred fifty million and what they announced is positive face to data for a mvs for one where it improved cognition in alzheimer's disease and they saw an improvement of three point. Three points on the eight. Ask eleven they mentioned here that it's a double blind placebo controlled treatment for twenty five days. They also say that from baseline today. Twenty five in the a mvs 401 treated group. It ask cargo eleven improved by four point four points a statistically significant improvement thirty percent the pd here being point zero four then said that. The envious 401 treated group compared to placebo at day. Twenty five which is the final time point showed an improvement of three point. Three points or twenty two percent a p value of point one three. I haven't talked too much about values. But it's only statistically significant if the p value was below zero five even though there's a number of different ways that researchers can kind of improvised with the data to get the value down there even though there's no statistical difference but here is that there's really only a statistically significant improvement from baseline not necessarily compared to placebo. And so they're saying that both the treatment and envious for one improve the eight code eleven but the a mvs for one treatment is better than placebo by an additional three point three point so that's kind of what that means after. This news came out. The stock actually went to like almost a hundred and then kind of settled down a lot lower and then the company announced pricing of an underwritten public offering one million shares at a public offering price of fifty dollars per share for gross proceeds of fifty million dollars. So they did this public offering to raise capital because the company did announce and i wish more companies would do this that they weren't going to raise capital until they saw positive data. So that's kind of what happened. And for those who don't want to talk briefly about eight ashikaga lead in which is kind of gold standard when it comes to alzheimer's readouts. It's an alzheimer's disease assessment scale and they look at eleven different items doesn't eight s cog thirteen as well. The biogen is used before but in general. The eleven is fine. It looks at the most common things associated with alzheimer's disease with reference to cognition or memory. So the scale is from zero to seventy and a higher score indicates a worst performance. There's eleven different questions. Consisting of word recall naming objects fingers following commands etc cetera. So i just wanted to put that out there swimming ninety talking about so. I wanted to put the novus result in context. This four point four point improvement from baseline and then three point three point improvement compared to placebo and a few studies. And nova's brought this up in their press release so i'm not really doing anything groundbreaking but i did want to put context with reference to nap isil. So the comparison here one is being made in two thousand and nineteen by june reporter data from emerge and this is also a double blind placebo controlled study where they looked at thousands of patients and what they showed over one year's time an improvement of one point four points in the eight ascott and this over the treatment group so just comparing the treatments at the end of the study or after one year. So i'm gonna blow up at data here and actually there's this date is final data so we have a much larger right much later. Time point at seventy weeks. What we see here is that patients. Placebo treated get worse. They're increasing their it. S caught eleven but the treatment group. The one with added kanye mab is getting worse at a slower rate. So we see here. The difference between the placebo and the high dose advocating abbas. Something like one point. What i say. You're one point four. So that's what we're looking at here. And this is over. Seventy eight weeks. Keep in mind. The inova studies only twenty five days and it's significantly fewer patients. So comparing the novus result of this you would say novus drug is some kind of miracle drug because it can do so much in such a short amount of time. Now let's look at the sava study. Cassava scientists has their own drug. Where they're looking at improving alzheimer's disease and in february twenty twenty one reported in their open label study space to study a one point six improvement in eight ashikaga over six months. So this is a single arm so just comparing to baseline and they saw an improvement of one point six but as we can see even the nova study. The treatment group improved about one point one points. And that's what we're kind of looking at here so placebo alone. We could say that. The variability is enough to explain cassavetes resolved but that also is important to touch on that. Getting an improvement in eight ask cog is difficult. It's very tough to get a significant improvement. Especially in such a short amount of time so cassavetes result took six months to see that so those two are experimental drugs. But let's talk about dan episode one. That's been on the market. I significantly longtime and dinette. Fizeau has shown a two point five point improvement after three weeks of treatment compared to placebo. And i'm making that large now and what we can see. Here's the placebo kind of waivers around the baseline and then it does start to get worse whereas the epistle treated groups they get better very quick and then once they max out that clinical improvement. That's kind of the best result that they can see this improvement of around two point five points and then when they did the placebo washout they can see here. That after the end point has been reached the patient start to do worse again. So if we're going to look at the novus study. I think the result is pretty remarkable. If it's in fact something that can be reproduced phase. Three i think that the study is extremely small and was very short time point so for that reason. I'm relatively skeptical now. I'm fortunate enough to have made quite a prophet on my trade with this company. I took a position at around twenty five and was waiting for the alzheimer's data to be released. And then i was going to sell. And that's what i did so i'm happy to see the result here but i caution anyone against holding this position into phase three data they are going to be releasing some additional information on biomarkers so that could move the stock but i am concerned that in a larger study they might not be able to get reproducible results here so something to keep in mind. It is great for the company. And i really hope that the drug does show benefit in patients in a larger study so that it can be approved and help patients because there is a significant unmet need when it comes to alzheimer's disease so i don't want it to do is look at other upcoming. Cns readouts and touched on a lot of this in a couple of previous videos seen as companies in particular. But i wanted to do this. Because we've seen now twice cassava and a notice to companies that had studies that were not ideal but they showed a modest improvement in alzheimer's disease. Obviously a novus are really big improvement in twenty five days but if they were to increase the patient population i think that that gap might close but so their studies that were not perfect. Either will a relatively small sample size and because they showed some positive data in phase two. They saw this huge increase in the stock price. And these two companies before trading below five hundred million market cap. So i think it's worth it for us. To look at the landscape rate now see companies that are relatively low market cap and by that i mean below two fifty below five hundred million dollars and if they show some positive data in there readout we could see this massive move where the stock will double or triple. We could see. Potentially making a really nice profit. Some companies covered before electoral is one of them ticker symbol ael. They are trading already at one point four billion dollar market cap. So the upside for them i would say capped. They have three hundred and seventy four million dollars in cash as a q one. But they have a face to read out in alzheimer's disease in cute three hundred twenty twenty one now. It's an open label study so that does give us some pause but given that the other companies have shown some open label data before cassava in particular and saw that huge. Run up in the stock. I think it's possible that electric do that now. Electoral is at one point. Four billion dollar market cap so their upside is severely cat. And for this reason. I'm not gonna look to take a position in electoral. The timing for the release of the result is going to be between july twenty sixth and thirtieth for this. Anc conference and the policy for embargoing. The information is such that. They're not going to officially release any of the information until the scheduled date of the presentation. So keep an eye out for that to get the specifics on it. But this is a cns readout. This coming pretty soon. So they clear on is one that i currently have a position in the company's trading at around one hundred and eleven million dollar market cap and forty four million dollars in cash with put one hundred million dollars in total assets. Because there's some thing interesting about their balance sheet where they say. There's property listed under that so i had to look in greater detail at some of the regulatory filings to see exactly what they're calling property but in terms of cash on hand they have around forty four million dollars and given that the market cap is so low and the company seen some upsets in the last year. I think that there's a real opportunity here for them to get some menial positive data in their me last study which is a complicated disorder that relates to problems in the central nervous system. So if they're drug can show some improvement in patient population even though it's not the ideal study is not the ideal patient population that we want because the is trading at such a low market cap rate now. I think that we could see a massive move in the company eventually. So i'm holding onto a decent position with them and in q for twenty twenty one. We should see the data. The next company i want to talk about is called. Coretec sign their ticker symbol of rtx and they're trading at a one point two billion dollar market cap. They have one hundred and seventy four million dollars of cash. And they have an alzheimer's disease pivotal study coming out the data in q. Four of twenty twenty one. Now if you'll remember when i touched on this. They stopped enrollment on their open. Label extension study due to safety concerns. So this is so many. Keep in mind. If you are going to take a position that even if the efficacy is compelling the safety might preclude the company also has faced data and pero donald disease in q four two twenty twenty one. So that's something else that you could be playing as well. But like i mentioned with electro the companies already trading above a billion dollar market cap. So for me. The upside is relatively limited here. And it's for these reasons. That i'm not gonna take a position in cortex. I'm i think the safety makes me a little nervous. And because the company already trading so high just see the upside is being kept moving on though. Let's talk about a fire and they're another company that's got a cns asset you. Only problem is though the phase two data isn't going to be coming until twenty twenty two the company's trading at seven hundred thirty seven million dollars market cap and they're sitting on a nice cash position of around three hundred and twelve million dollars but because we're so far between now and when the readouts gonna come. I don't think it's worth playing today. And depending on where the company's trading at in maybe late twenty twenty one early twenty twenty two it might make sense to take a position there. Because if i remember correctly i think the mechanism had some potential here but we just didn't get an update at a really feel confident about it which seems to be a common problem with. Cns companies but the time period between now when the readout is coming just far and for me. I'd rather hold onto my cash before taking a position and use it towards a readout that is more near term the last to touch on is longevity on ticker symbol. Lg bien their market. Cap is around one hundred and twenty four million dollars and they have twenty five million dollars in cash. This company has a couple of readouts coming up. One face to read out in hypoplastic left heart syndrome and that should be coming in the next month or so and then they face to study and ageing frailty and q. three twenty twenty one and given that. This company has such a low market cap and the callous a relatively near term. It could be worth taking a position in this company. When i- tashaun the company in my previous videos though i cautioned around the actual efficacy of the treatment and the reason for this is in the two studies that they showed both of them show that the highest dose of their stem cell treatment did not have an effect often times where the lower dose did have an effect. And i feel like whenever this happens. It's all kinds of noise and there's not actually some scientific mechanism that's helping patients out and instead it's really just noise and with a greater sample size n a more in depth study. It usually normalizes that for me. Longevity is a no even though they could see some face to date and either one of these indications and because the company's trading at such a low market cap it could easily double or triple from here. but i'm very concerned about the mechanism. And whether or not there is an actual effect from longevity treatment in improving either have aplastic left heart syndrome or aging realty. So for me. I'm innocent on the sidelines with jab around but like we saw with the notice i had concerns with a novus in a larger study for them too but i was able to profit off of that and you could probably do the same thing in longevity on if things work out and it's always tough to predict whether or not a study is going to show positive results but that's my overall take and so with cns. It's a lot of excitement. There's a ton of upside usually but it's so rare to see a success that it makes it very difficult to profit consistently one company. I did wanna make note of is one called humanity. Therapeutics ticker symbol. Why mt ex. And they're trading at around one hundred and fifty five million dollar mark cat and they have sixty six million dollars in cash now. He tweeted on friday or so that i took a position in the company because they're about to release some phase one data in parkinson's disease so their main drug that they're looking at here is called whitey x seven seven three nine and it's a blood brain barrier penetration. St royal koei desaturate inhibitor. And what this does is it. Prevents protein aggregation of a protein called. Alpha sign clan and alpha sign clan has been associated with alzheimer's disease parkinson's disease so presumably if we can inhibit the aggregates that are caused by alpha signed clan. We might be able to improve conditions such as parkinson's disease such as alzheimer's disease so the company is very early in their clinical development. They released some early data in phase. One they done a single sending dose a multiple as sending dose trials in healthy volunteers. And they've been able to show that they get target engagement as well as the safety profile. That is amenable to patients. But what we're about to see here is in mid two thousand twenty one. We're gonna get phase one b data and this is an actual parkinson's disease patients so if they can show that there's some kind of efficacy outcome that is positive for parkinson's disease. We could see a similar move that a novus showed us in the last few weeks given the company's trading at around one hundred fifty five million market cap and they also have sixty six million bucks in cash. The details of the city can be found. Here i look at this is kind of a long shot but the risk is relatively low. You can expect in general that if a company's main asset is gonna fail they're going to trade probably close to cash unless there's other assets they can prop it up so we see downside here around sixty six million dollars market cap but the upside. We could see something similar to either notice or catava scientists and for me. I think the risk reward definitely favors along position so for that reason. I'm going to take one. And i think it'll be interesting to see what happens the last cns. Rita that i want to talk about is bygones educate at paducah day which is going to be on june seventh and this one is going to be pretty amazing. It's going to affect the whole xp to some capacity and. i really can't wait. The advisory committee that looked at all of the information for advocating voted overwhelmingly against approval. This is november twenty twenty. But if we look at the briefing documents at the fda shared it was pretty clear to everyone. Mostly everyone that the fda wants to prove. They wanna reason to approve the drug and we've seen a lot of campaigns going on advertisements celebrity endorsements really skewing the public perception towards wanting to approve this drug. And i really worry that. The educative approval is going to be mostly a political decision. Not a scientific one and there's going to be significant consequences to this in the long term but the fda's put in a very difficult spot where they're they want to approve the judge to appease so many different special interests whereas the science would argue against approval. And i really don't know what's going to happen. I think what's most likely is some kind of conditional approval where they're gonna wanna see more long term studies but as we've seen in the past companies can drag their feet with long term studies while drug is approved. And the fda doesn't seem to hold them accountable. So it's really going to be anybody's. Guess i really wanna play the catalyst to some extent. Maybe some options plays. But when i look at the options chain the spread is always so big that it doesn't make it seem worth it in my opinion and i think i might just watch from the sidelines and play my smaller. Cns companies and take it from there. But it's gonna be a big mover for the cnn. Space was the fbi as a whole. So i'm really looking forward to that but that is also a big cns readout. That's coming up all right now. I want to talk about on turner and the reason for this is because they submitted a couple of abstracts to ask and we recently saw the publication of those abstract so we know what kind of data they're going to present in its upcoming conference the ticker symbol was and they're trading at around a mid five dollar price per share the company trading around a two hundred and fifty million dollar market cap. They had a q one two thousand twenty one net loss of six million they have current assets of one hundred thirteen million and current liabilities of only six million. Very targeted oncology company. That's focused basically on our our one. They also have an asset for ewing sarcoma. But i think most of the excitement is surrounding. This are want antibody as well as their car. T. therapy and this main antibody is called twosome ab and this is an antibody. That targets are one to improve outcomes in different cancers and they're focusing on mc l. Cll as well as breast cancer. Their asset for ewing. Sarcoma it's called. Tk two on six and they also shared an update with added lasko and then they also have this rr. One car t. and for me. That's kind of a longer term thing in short-term we really wanna see updates from tuesday app n t k to six so the first abstract that i looked at was the one related to ewing sarcoma and this is interim data for tk two on six in patients with relapsed. Refractory ewing sarcoma in an oral session at lasko. Twenty twenty one. So they're going to be giving an oral presentation where they update the data but the abstract idea is going to have most of the updates that we need to see unless the companies withholding something and they're going to include it for the oral presentation in particular which. I don't know it's anybody's guess. I lean towards no given that the sony regulations around it. But you don't totally know. So i wanna do. Here's compare the old data which is on the left here to the new data which is on the right and in the old data. Let's just focus on this recommended. Phase two dose cohort nine expansion because this is really what matters. We don't really care if a low dose worked or didn't work since it's not going to be the doses can be used to face trial so of all the patients they looked at twenty. Three of them were valuable at the recommended. Phase two dose in this cohort nine or expansion and in here they got to patients that had an objective response nine percent and those two had complete responses. They had eight patients with stable. And therefore the disease control rate was forty three percent if we look at the updated data here and i'm not gonna read the top pirates because it's not super critical but they say here that at the recommended face to douse the updated. Data says the objective response rate was nine point seven three of thirty one valuable patients. They have one patient with an unconfirmed partial response. Eleven patients or thirty five point five percent had stable disease and therefore this disease control rate which which is complete response partial response stable disease of forty five point two percent or fourteen out of thirty one valuable patients so if we compare that to the one on the left what they did is they got one more objective response and this was a partial response category. Which is not as ideal is a complete responder but it's still benefit the unfortunate part. Is that all other patients that were included here were in stable disease now stable disease in patients that are so highly pre-treated in a relatively aggressive cancer isn't bad but i don't think it's this groundbreaking result. That people might have wanted to see if we were going to see more upside in the stock. So i think it's good data. It's not amazing. Groundbreaking data and we saw relatively muted response in the stock. And it's easy to say in hindsight that once we see the data and the stockton move that this is the reason why but and then really here to see three hundred thirty one evaluate patients. It's just not as impressive as the market wanted to see moving onto ceelo or mto and the way they did these trials the way they presented. The data is not very easy. So there's a number of different parts of the different doses and with cll they combined with bruton it so keep that in mind when we actually look at the new data and i'll explain the differences because what we wanna see is the updated data. We don't just want to see the raw data and be like oh good or not. We want to see what the change from the previous data that the company released so the company's doing days one to study of some twos map and ab- rooted in mantle cell lymphoma chronic lymphocytic leukemia. And so the old data. here it's very impressive. They have a very high complete response. Rate in mc l. and that is really the key to choose abbas that rather than just getting better objective response rate they see significantly more complete responders than just partial responders if we look at the updated data though and i have this date on the bottom right but the only update they showed us is to additional valuable patients in part two of this. Mc off study and what these patients ended up falling into in terms of a category is one was a partial responder and one was a progressive disease. And then what they did is they. Combine both mc l. part one and part two when they presented the data and what this ended up looking like is seventeen patients total the objective response rate was eighty two percent or fourteen patients and this is made up a seven that had a complete response and seven hundred a partial response. Stable disease was twelve percent or two patients one patient with progressive disease. So this is kind of a push as well. The problem that i see here more than anything is that they didn't really add many patients to any of the groups they only added these two patients to the mc l. part to and investors were hoping for more data from other parts of the study that we're still being enrolled so the additional to patients and it's kind of a split result here i think also contributes to the lack of a move in the stock and so that's all we really have to go off with asko. I did want to touch on briefly. The poster presentation that was done by dr shatskikh and this is a certain twosome ab in breast cancer and we previously saw some data where they showed fifty seven percent objective response rate in florida seven patients where patients were heavily pre cheated and had her two negative breast cancer. We're starting to see response to map. And this is the same twosome ab plus paclitaxel single arm trial and if we look at paclitaxel alone the objective response rates twenty to thirty percent and the previous data that dr shatskikh showed was forty. Seven patients saw response. So that's positive. Data in my is now the new data that they showed in. This poster was an objective response rate of fifty three percent and this was eight out of fifteen patients. Now i think this is really positive. Data the fact that they were able to reproduce the previous data with a larger patient population. Even though it's only double the patients. I think it's still bides very well for the drug and having a future in this indication. They also mentioned that no patient stops to Toxicology no dose reductions to zimbabwe required. And there are no dose limiting toxicity. So i think that'll bodes very well for Ian breast cancer. Now the issue is one seen this data. We need to be asking ourselves now and this is an issue. I had with trillions. Well once we saw they had this really good data in nhl non hodgkin lymphoma. It was very much now. What now it's the company in do. How are they going to get going so that we can see more good data or we can move towards registration. And i think this is what frames the bear and the bull case for on colonel. Some an outline both of those here. And tell you what i wanna do. And you know you should not use my recommendations. Here's trading advice because there is no right answer for this stuff. It really is in reference to your time line and will your conviction is but the barricades for me from terminal. We also heard on friday. The twenty ninth. I believe it was that the company filed an eight ak indicating their intention to sell fifty million dollars in stock at the market through jeffries. Llc the shares of common stock sold pursuant to a shelf registration statement in the form of an s. three and this became active on april fifteenth of twenty twenty one so after the company released these abstracts all this news breast cancer. The company is still moving forward with an ad. The market offering a fifty million dollars. Even though the company doesn't really need the cash given that they have around one hundred thirteen million and the stock didn't move very much on the news. And i think that one sign that management might not be the most investor-friendly is that the announcement of good news comes before the capital raise. And if it doesn't come before the capital as they wait until that good news happens and a lot of stuff behind the scenes that we might not know that's going on but it does not instill a lot of confidence in a management team when the company releases very meagre improvement in results. They increase the number for some other studies. But all in all it wasn't a big mover of the stock right but the company still moving ahead with a fifteen million at the market offering which is going to keep stock price depressed rather than use the money. They have put that money to work into new studies into new trials into collecting more data. So that they can see that rise in the stock trading their investors how they should be treated and then doing an offering when it's appropriate. Another part of this barricade. They have not provided updates on their plans for a pivotal study. In any indication the corp presentation is a little bit dated. now that we've already seen that. There's lasko updates now. They haven't done the asker presentation yet. But unless they're gonna show more data at lasko. I don't really see much upside because we already know what's gonna come and this relates to my last point with the bear case cases that the ask oh catalysts might be priced in because what's listed in the abstract might be. The only data released that we see the actual presentation isn't guaranteed to see more data. Necessarily they could add more data but we don't really know nothing happened. So you are risking a bit of a sell off after this lasko cabbalist given that they might not present more data and i say here that to patients in the mc l. group in aden ewing sarcoma with only modest improvements. Just doesn't seem like enough to boost the stock and still more confidence from the investment community. So i think we're in a tough spot here. And i compare this to trillium because trillium also kind of drag their feet when it came to next steps after they got the good data got good result. They just took way too long to decide. On what trials they were to do indications they're going to focus on in future studies and investors were left wondering and not knowing what was up. So that's the barricades franck now. The bulk ace is that on. Colonel is doing a presentation at lasko as well as jeffries and they might include some data. That wasn't shared in the abstracts. I see this as extremely unlikely. But it's definitely a possibility another thing. Is that some callous. That could improve. The outlook is they could clarify it. Timeline or pivotal plans and this is similar to trillium even though didn't work out the ernie day in general was not a bullish catalyst for the company if anything. We've only seen a decline since the rnd day. But if on terminal can have some very major announcements and so very clear timelines when we can expect data from these pivotal plans. If they're going to be pivotal. I think that could support an increase in the stock and then another thing with the bulk cases. We do still see about twenty percent of the stocks float being owned by institution. So there's some institutional ownership. It's obviously not the best. Other companies have more institutional ownership than that but because we're not seeing significant institutional selling yet and it might have happened. These reports are very lagging. So we don't often always know what's going on with the companies in terms of their institutional ownership. But i see that as supporting the price of long tunnel right now. So that's pretty much my taken on. And what i think i'm gonna do is i'm holding a decent position and i'm about flat on the stock maybe a little bit. You know a few percent higher than what. I bought it but for me right now. I don't see a great reason to hold it. I'm going to sell about seventy five. To eighty percent of my stock will the small position in hopes of maybe some announcement said lasko. And then wait to see what happens. But i don't think it's worth holding on given that most of the catalysts have been realized and we don't have a real clear time line on what's going to happen and the company seems totally fine with doing an at the market offering so for those reasons. I think it's worth it to sell here and you know it is what it is. The company might get bought out next week. And you really never know but for me i think the proper play is to sell majority of the position and wait for a better entry whenever that comes whenever we get clarity on the timeline or something like that last company i wanna talk about is one that i took a position but didn't describe in great detail. It's called rep lemon be ticker symbols are p. And they're trading at around thirty eight dollars per share giving them around a one point eight billion dollar market cap. The q one. Hundred and twenty-one net loss is twenty one million dollars there cue on twenty twenty one current assets sit at four hundred eighty four million with current liabilities of around fifteen million dollars and what the company is trying to do is develop uncle. Lyric immuno therapies. And we've seen these previously. The one that was approved in twenty fifteen have listed here from amgen is called and it was approved for a melanoma indication. And so i see rebel. Moon is being relatively de risk given this. But what they're trying to do is direct and uncle therapy towards tumor cells and what this is hoping to do is promote innate and adaptive immune reaction so that people's immunity can then attack the cancer and a radical and. They're hoping to improve outcomes with regards to that. The therapy could be off the shelf. Which helps compared to other cell based therapies especially ones in melanoma and one company that i'm gonna touch on in these few slides i o vance that has seen some issues lately but that is not an off the shelf therapy and therefore revenue might be a better option for patients that have melanoma so some upcoming stuff. And i'm not gonna go through. The details of the therapy may save that for an additional video but replica in is going to do a data update on their lead programs during a virtual investor event on june third. Twenty twenty one. And i see this as a major opportunity. And the two indications there primarily focusing on now one is in anti pd one failed melanoma therapy and here estimate around ten thousand patients per year. And then they're also looking at another skin cancer where this around seven thousand to twenty eight thousand patients per year and if you estimate that the cost is going to be something like one hundred and fifty thousand dollars per patient per year you can imagine. The total addressable market is pretty high now. The companies also looking at other indications are looking at non small cell lung cancer which is a very large patient population. And you can see all the readouts that they're going to have in twenty twenty one so for me. I see this a lot of potential in this year especially and i'm took a position. The stock was trading at around thirty bucks and in a similar way. They kind of remind me of vans. Because they were also looking at indications in melanoma and some of these other cancers and vance his peak market cap after they released their pivotal data was around seven billion dollars and with rep unit. Only around one point eight. I see there being a lot of especially in a company. That's shown that their treatments do work in early trials. So for me. I think it makes sense to take a position and i'm going to hold probably through twenty twenty one so that i can see some of this. Initial data come out and then we can reassess after that but for their melanoma indication. They recently met with the fda in order to plan what they're pivotal studies going to look like so. I do see that. Reprimand is a pretty interesting company. And we're gonna see a lot of on june third hopefully and with that. I want to touch on the upcoming catalyst that we can expect to see and so we saw on terminal the x. Is really wrong terminal where a novus should have the checkmark but moving on a cheek. We're gonna see data coming up soon. Happy on his well. Alex college forty molecular therapies. Their lockup expiration is coming up. So i am not going to be holding that sock. I'm probably going to be looking to pick them up. After that lockup expires why mt x. In q two of this year coming up they should see some data and parkinson's disease. And then i also mentioned that g. t. Oh we're going to see some kobe. Nineteen data and. I don't have time to get into this company but it is trading relatively close to cash and. I think that you know it's a pretty low risk. Play that if they do see some positive dating covid nineteen we could see a big move and if it's not positive than i don't expect the stock to move too much lower from where it is now so i'm going to get out of the stock as soon as i see that data and take it from there to do a quick portfolio. Wrap up the novus news really improve my portfolio and now sitting at around negative eight percent. So i've caught up to the x. p. I and i really taken off from urgency so proud to say that i included my humanity shares here included my selling of i wasn't holding many shares but i did sell it after the news that the la was going to be delayed even further due to these opponents and then we did hear that. The ceo decided to leave which i'm surprised was as negative as it was. I would think that. Ceo leading would be a bit more bullish for the company but i think the uncertainty surrounding right now is just depressing the stock so much so that might be a by eventually and keep my eye on. It took a small position here. And then i mentioned my selling of a notice. And if you think these numbers look a lot different than they were last time it is because they changed the pin l. I was doing today. But i don't know if that makes sense from actual portfolio. It almost makes more sensitive. My average cost basis right. So this is now the other where it's might cost basis rather than the year to date piano makes sense but the issue with that is that it doesn't necessarily match here because this is year to date so anyway it is what it is. That's all the golf you guys today. So i wanna thank you for your attention and i appreciate all the support lebanon you think. Do you think. I'm offering to notice or on ternal or do you think that. A rep luna's a cell definitely let me know in the comments below or you can tweet at me at matthew laporte and without them in wrap it up but thanksgiving everybody and we'll see you next time.

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On the Up and Up with B  Episode 27

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On the Up and Up with B Episode 27

"You're listening to the podcast detroit visit w._w._w. Dot odd past detroit dot com before information. Hey what's going on. Everybody happy. Monday are y'all on another episode on up and up. I'm your host. Y'all been doing anything else decided to come and rock with us as always. I appreciate appreciate that i got. I got everybody in the building today. I got a fool deck today and i got a couple of newcomers in this man. You know what i'm saying as always away they'll they'll save them for last. Let them introduction together j._j. I ain't call you did last name would up dobro right. Don't worry i got on jayjay. Tyner would've dobro uh-huh good feel good to be back manual. How troop man knows everything good. Everybody should go to america's a nice place to go. Look it's like the hedy. Eighty hired is a great place is a great place when i'm talking about so i like to hear it man moving on to my right is controversy over there further back what's going on. You're right what was going on brother. I'm all right man. How are you doing man the juices flowing joey buff man. That's my dog. My dog look a con. Don was going on sir. He go crazy. I can't call it man. You said you know the drinks. Biller himself is back again. Good has room ooh save. You know what i'm saying. Look but you're saying last but not least i save my two for last man. I got my brother in law and a building may at first first time blessing the stage what's going on he wants to do it was good. The building looks good here with us. You'll say welcome happy to be here. What's going on fellow. That was up. We got mad see staff right there next to a man what's going on which was good man. He's starting to build an easy. The fat guy for the fantasy league is whatever he he talks about the fantasy leagues because today is a day that we talk about football. Football is officially back. I wanted to come in history. I got the meeting this table right now. <hes> i've already gotten a crosstalk going on before i came in here because the guy to my meteorite media right wants to tell me you're saying that you know lions ain't shit and i think myself for that amen see he'll and that's how we that's how we pretty much. Go straight into this because clearly you're saying you know like eight hundred eight nine like good hometown of man what i'm saying you know the man to my left is a dallas fan down he got he got his own things. He gotta worry about over there. In dallas right now should crowd in that crowd top person got us to the play offs wadad years. I'm happy with his money man over there dallas jerry don't pay people and we're going to act that jerry all but dares ain't there no more home she needed to go. He'll say i'm just saying man. I'm just keeping it all the way book. Yeah you observe but you're sitting across. I was having no. It was talking about new england talking about tom brady. You also like i am a tom brady fan. I don't want nobody to mistake this for a second but the gentleman to my right was talking to me about him and his six super bowl is going to have seven they ended his year is still sticking at me. He's still sticking right right. There man black rob disrespecting actually busy signing two years dentist brady. He ingles survived this year. He can be like brett farr last year the year before one thing i will say the draft draft ahead eh what they're trying to do. They're trying to make sure that he he last year so they doing right. Go to the championship average <hes> and jazz game when used on. I five right next to him quarterbacks data he was so hard. I was so glad you've seen his matinee. Writing is terrible. You want to see it. You want to know whether there's no brady off. Oh stanford nine eight thirty eight. I'll be i'll be playing. I think i don't know why lions fans staffer for so much man. It's crazy. That's quarterback. I o looted and nobody whoever's at the moment but you did man you just jump from teams name. I don't feel like you fade them like nobody lions finished raving about stafford and it definitely staffing museum and i have a defense he took the number two defense the dallas and apple. I pol turnovers four asked today and you know you're still couldn't win for offer now mike. We got wrong now. I don't know okay call to me. It was all football. Games still left lane. What i'm saying is that's the first sports game i ever cried about for real. Yeah i cried. I talked to him congratulated for my phone. I cried. I went to bed. I i was hurt because i'm a oh hey hey look green bay have another good year messing around with john bishop. That's where wind that day your oh year for way when what this was only a playoff game winning world so i need you to go to the championship super bowl degree base land still own your shirt aware what am i gonna lead gis number two here. We go dramatist best store of the football. I never saw you see the way football. Oh yeah i've seen those two games three years ago. There's no all right. That's cut short. I did say aaron. Rodgers was the the best he knocks until last year. When you had no name receivers of you're the best you make them. Look great right because all i know is you can't even name pry right ten. Tom brady receivers right not shuffled decker k. So who's the best. I can make the next radio. Tom brady era. Roger is the reason why arrive in your ullmark visit lasted lies have a better record ingredients how this you may it's on the record so you new logos new uniform. Thirty five zero quarterback deleted away rogers. I don't care rogers. Ain't nothing look iran in indianapolis this quarterbacks matter keep saying quarterback and we'll have initially injured. I get mad and he was injured. Catching the <music> about it back to one bullets for five yards targets is going to become splitting have. Why are you doing me. A bill was was choke. Even be the super bowl. It would be his yellow. Tom brady company dick y'all out of he did. I can't even they offense to y'all. Paul would arrive four times a half man. What the hell i know we got the second hand. It's the argument argument like going down for because they know where you have. The lions won a super agent. Who are i guess you'd need. Somebody like the lakers thing the holidays do y'all have been to a super bowl super bowl. You get paid coaches say they got high division this year. I'll tell him to visit. What is this all. I'm saying he always talked. We will division which will be between between dallas who got higher expectation data ladder. Do worry 'cause y'all with y'all america's team. Keep falling short but you said he come up with some good you is. We don't like your team. Don't win team once super bowl team playoff. Why are we talking about the plan saying it's always real easy for any spores. Gotta be off but when you were a fan of another team and you making excuses garbage garbage. A young team went around dallas. We just gave him most rated well. We spend i told i i just won't pay deck. Five hundred million eat up the whole salary cap couldn't wait to see them to pay okay. We never got to worry about so who let go. They resigned jiri. We go. We kgo eight talking to you. Nobody all three hundred years on exit. Martin is nothing to let go. I'm i'm like oh. No you can't look back. I'm mark jones want his money to quarterback but i'm just saying leagues. You can have three you okay. Have you got to get rid of all pay down here. We we have other jerry. Hey i'm trying to. I'm trying to keep this podcast. We ain't gonna be arguing. I'm trying to my man's beat out so you said you can keep <hes> three so if you can keep three. Can you pay them all time money. Not they go get somebody. Gotta go so who you keep a might not augier deck is going to get paid the only person that's the only person that's talking successes amari. He's he's saying that he on wall on that money so he'd only one thing even seeing that money. It wasn't a hey aka mazi hit. Don't wanna rushing title to the last one banker because they won't win now running back at any moment the top money talk show cowboys because that's the way we seem the office of line running team though in team. They're not we didn't see without. I thought okay okay. <hes> throw the football man. Y'all wayne had to be the perfect all right here. She settled we can talk about the lines boss. Why why do we have the list are talking about the life. 'cause we go team on the rise. I'd say about quarterback is trash. He's getting note staffer adver better than ever been in this. I mean this is a win percentage. We can compare the wins. I can't even put on that. That's all my topic. I put it on the net stopped. I got i got respect for the legal. The old line alley co-hosting. You're talking about some other people in writing. He wasn't last guy he he wanna be green every goddamn wherever he don't wanna stick the nothing to write off. Eh overrated khaki pants. I gotta say this. This is talking about what he's definitely underachieved. W why do miserable i do michigan state fans more expectations for michigan coach than they own coats. I just got al no all they always talk about horrible but dantonio they like oh well. He wanted big town like three years ago warning but he has beat ohio state was all he ever had say. Yes yes yeah. I'm saying our plan for the big ten detaching superbike title. That's why i'm like why i want more of it. The that's party do they. I see i over here. Paraiso winning the final four winning uh-huh one since that's bad lemon being team from the state represented in the championship game shit. You got embarrassed. Oh hey look stay for two. Who was the team's guy friends. Don't you talk about this year when he got beat like shirts out and everything but you don't remember number. Look i remember i remember y'all got blasted to whoa two good things michigan state was that they got a good basketball program and good party coots and definitely de it must have spent getting your corals together together about all your ideas about teams and everything so now that i'm sitting with a lotta fantasy football minds go. Hey you look. Hey look bad not want to argue he radio. Show me out. Look you've got. You've got to build alphabet. You biggest fan fan. I got some fans. I don't think look bad that we sit in here in office when all of these people so i wanted to ask our opinion about a lotta things because of course i got my book with me right here. You know what i'm saying. This is my my my a bible for fantasy football right here to start off with something easy and work our way around. You know what i'm saying so i if you was in a chain paintin p._b._r. Appr and you had the choice to draft a yaw drafting at the before between the forfeit attempt despite the note saying auto last six spots you get around to the third round four round in patrimony still aboard the first round. I i go for a little bit order here pasa. You'll you'll pass up. I moving around and stab what you do. I'm never taking the quarterback order back before the six quarterback for the six round. That's coming from saying this guy right here the ayler that i did that my living the controversy you'd move it around to me yeah they. They did say first of all i want to say i think you did this show. 'cause you're trying to teach yeah i. What is the beauty beauty now book. I got my notebook gotta. It depends all right well. I'll just say you try to cheat but i'm not taking no quarterback. I actually actually agree recourse it. Even though you ever one crazy talk craving and i get to talk crazy like that because i remember when he's in my eyes and i kept up as in the first round interest taught crazy don't make excuses. Don't be crazy yeah. He had a good team to ask them. Hey look thanks to take everybody else. Go lift. You say you gotta be you you gotta be. I just wanted to know what i'm saying. Look so what's wrong with the m._p. I'd i never know john have a good team. That's what we're doing so first of all i have made it to the super bowl uh-huh in yearly without trade and when my best teams award the saints trade with my best friend. I didn't tell you about this for any team. Older the issue for no answer your way ukraine. Oh by the students status if tina one who wants to leave that the answer i want you out of here. Rap sabe man. Y'all go lefty going right. He'd take them the right to hold their quarterback fourth round before we spots in fourteen eighteen hours waiting waiting reallocate quarterback eh around the six is at best is i'm taking it. Why why can tweet quarterbacks we go. Why are you taking them in iran staff staff stuffing so he is taking morale when harming but the same person was dogging suffer too if he was thinking how does he has the eight five thousand yards got to and say that he made he made a point not about being delusion was about individuals statistics. I'm not a big deal. No he's ever. I know i want i want. I know you anyway so so only watson went on that t. shit. That was the quarterback. I i see a lot of people that work with. They play in france where you have two quarterbacks alan quarterback. I will pick him that. Therefore i arrived arrive pickus petrified to yeah i just i just did it to share i didn't i didn't take a cuban rhonda. Look i didn't take it and i wanted to just fence a guy. I did win. The ah quarterback december ahead. I had caught adrift. I desire my brain. Eh that again okay i got. I just said the owner of the told me detail him. He got a built for him. That's all i do is swim to the fire department. Does he play this year but you now. Emma was not as i met. This guy was a two quarterback. I think it was ten tintin. I driving my q._b.'s like in eighth and a knife had growth which is tragic office trash andrew. He serves a buffoon. I went cooper. Cooper cut up yeah. I started thinking he's kluber coober. George no no we. Hey look speaking. How's the nevada audit things fantasy related with a couple of the running backs speaking zeke for that matter zeke and melvin gordon going through their contract holdout right now. You know what i'm saying and they have backups in place to make sure that you know everything still go smooth now they a._d._p. Average dra- position for anybody that doesn't know that eh bien as high as it is you still reach for their backups and if so when do you reach volney well i i'm going to i'm not going to get zeke gourd or girly the first word so you all right all right. Let's are you reaching for backups though not early early. I wanna take a maybe fifty six round but i haven't taken any neither one of them. In the first round flat out thinking might be long. Let you hold for them to more injured in what people do absolutely i can at ten and ninety s or authorize drafted one back and and they pay for the back of running back the traffic so let me know someday right with gurley. I ain't taking them into. I flat out. I'm alyssa. I'm chris mccaffrey n._p._r. Lee off the first round newly show me i would still reach on z because i would just talk about jerry gone final waiting for nessie jerry jeff gordon. I'm staying away from him. I'll take equity melvin gordon especially especially if philip rivers talking trash about him. That's that's probably don't. We ain't december's might well. We basically so so it's a waste <music> women without he did but they needed needle that big bail zeke miller gordon gordon to philip rivers defense <hes> ecuador average fires gary eh justin jackson. I think that's what's last year gordon so you really might not the need melvin gordon but it's good to have i left and then good. I'm chris. Somebody still keep diplomatic. The let's see what pittsburgh ball last year i mean they gotta kind of these issues. Eh speak. I'll eat james. He won't the same. It'll be decent missing. Okay so mid-wales to answer the question me. I wouldn't reach back uh-huh phone number one because you really don't know what's going to happen day situation. I wouldn't take no beg. Drafting is then i drive them and then they come back. We know that this is the real question. Would you consider as reach for becca likes so think about it like i don't know see. I'm giving you a free game right now. You've probably already. Did you notice because you're a dallas fan. They reside out for us again or whatever last week i asked you. I knew that anyone any the bank is good behind on data's online right. Now i ever uh-huh like we're out there. Oh aw freezer but it depends what people consider as a reach for back alive. I'm driving austin equitor. That's p._r. You you saw in his p._r. Exactly this v six rounds reeks for that's a reach. Yes that's it. I'm going to say anything anything before the knife round. Pick back up reach. That's i i was gonna say eighth. That's that's close. I'm not thinking they said l. Algebra drivers you in six seven round pick in ecuador not that bad especially retail the situation. I wouldn't pick after moore's i would definitely think about picking actor possibility because you know what's happened gordon because if if you're dragging myself you're gonna have a good running back for a good receiver core so now you you probably gonna have a good flex nor me so now so now you look like so mind is just covered by weeks right as an equities. I a low risk reward type person. I don't think it's a good i don't i think they are really don't think they pay him gordon. I strongly on the six. It depends how to drive. I take it depends eight nine eight hundred be give me an great great receivers in a six round gray started. I'm not picking quarterback picking. Maybe tidying may nine the question. I'm getting today. Yeah you gotta county. It's five the right way more than five. I go tomorrow. Ego and party is t._j. C._j. Double digit tidy. Tell you don't ask you got six thirty. <hes> go to pogo appreciate like i said i i would. I would take me pricing person that if i'm thinking six definitely seven veto and there's no good quality players are left with. I don't think it would be. I take that chance uh-huh drafi sorry. I'm sorry not my question fourteen. That's different. I could yeah i mean i'm not looking for sway around mailman. I'm thinking about it was to my life somewhere near. I'm thinking about you got somebody to the right right. It's also a part of that time sixties quarterbacks no it's only a couple of quarterbacks patrick mahomes way john watts saying. I'm doing if you have any time incoming. I'm just saying if you drive in the right way. Me you know ain't no ain't no quarterback is going to be gone. Now are are drab wars. But what about you the play different. That's what i'm saying you. Gotta go from everybody so somebody might take a chance on pressure mom. It's always quarterback is there's always a quarterback in the second round where we have a quarterback to grant will take brady like watching watching great watch iran taking f taking net <music> but but look like with the drive or man. Thank you so you'll talk sixty can be q._b.'s. I think five quarterbacks quarterbacks in the top six. I will say probably five or six tops because this is patrick mahomes. You know why is russell. Wilson can't look don't say he's coming out the soda surgery to own book fantasy why sir let me put this report is enough. Thank you for bringing me a drink to appreciate like. I go to my crazy for why he kicked. We are only j. J. started a remote. I believe believe auto auto washers. If you see somebody trae who you drive obe- obesity so people that he gave you for he gave he gave his personal way. It was like wait. I want o b j. You have the people you want yet. You head already and give me say all right. That's a that is hey. Hey relax. I i got into already. There is one question how do the everybody in roseville about trays and fantasy. I think trees are healthy for fantasy. The old ever read jerk phrase for an added element of excitement and ask surprised that nobody's expecting like not expecting somebody to unhinged a first round draft pick for multiple picks owning it appears on julio shots fired. Let me thank you all the news. If there's a guy who who got number one day he was over five or six a trays raised three players saquon no radio no audio beco- they you know but i got traded him three players and after that trade he won the next eight games and made the playoffs so what's the trae really a bad trade. If you want a awesome did not win a game whoa number out there so over five. It just went on an eight game. He went like seven and wanamaker. Wanna make playoff. He made a record <music>. Seven sixty five seventy one bad player was g for his team goes player off before and there was one man who wasn't wasn't woman mayor who played for those the with the neighborhood pretty young the brand new car. That's got off on random read. Who i know who command remember he got. He got a running back. He got receivers now. They want great names now. He wasn't big name rental oka- probably was the biggest name and i got b._j. That's bad big his name but he got to lean he wants me while instead he team was better at that. I'm not mad. We'll take better neither because you gotta think about five live and he went on the on winter point. He had a winning record. He that's not bro. He put us to say or the playoffs. He never had to changed to be better. Greg the play on your scene nice senior it. It wasn't in three players his whole team meyer a liberal. I don't three players. They they contribute to lead. I'm not gonna say they didn't but his whole team caught fire so if he didn't have you would have obeyed day he probably would have still went on cape reduce. The news with three people can on on a weekly basis so as to who so you don't trey and what it's important to have good people. I am on his side. Though if if my team that's continued to podcast look look destroyed my league down and we'll have to leave killer right there is that is the same story on the back end last year you gotta remember it was the antonio brown t._y. Allah robison who was the other person alex college and that was that was that was and it's only there may be no he was already fighting for damn spot technically. You'll get good quality there. You go the story earth rental car. My best friend was i'd say why he was crashing gorski. Let's see what was going crazy. What i i didn't ask you what about al rob when the trade ally robertson yes. He windows only a bad trade because our war trae was even i still i still had that guy was in tokyo brown but you've got the same. No no no no risk j._j. Throughout the draft was drafted that's how do you aw i moving blueprint wear no you it was cam drafty and so you know brown not traded for adam feeling drafty chris mccaffrey drafted melvin gordon and drastic i traded for i'd ask you school myself on trade desk trade it for the marlin miller and i had sony michelle screw myself. I told him he gave me james white too. Okay okay okay. That was a good entrees be good. That was a the story. I don't let me finish my team. Though lamar miller traded forward kid who i drafted yeah my kid's grades airline draft. I drag kickers before everybody so that's the whole team for. 'em bitch too but that's another story. They are drafted so all i needed was one trade to put my team over the day was mad at i was able to make that one trade to put my over to talk. That sounds elsewhere. Meteor sound like you know that is oh my god. I don't know your situation but the i think you kinda got mad but added to burn off when i told you a brown was not getting look there at all. I said he kept true wasn't getting look at starts a straight. I had a terrible start. I had no running bags a gave me. He gave me a running back. As well ahead collins. He gave me outta roberson anti hilton for a bra ov so so i ended up getting a better record when i got there because i had no running backs away to india into the picture the browns craig that's that's the only the only thing that happened because looked at the most and then all of a sudden is over like after like two games trae as abroa- not three back trays calm you just kind of trade aw tony around the trade partners don't believe trade partners look look. I'm not saying that every time i win. I don't trae so you're right. I'm happy we got into the erdo look. I just wanted everybody third. Nobody is cleaning this situation man this day. We should accept this top five quarterback to ask your. Can you tell you the deepest one time he look. He was talking about cost. Hey tabs. He usually stay at quarterbacks look homes. He what you had andrew luck. Baker mayfield us aaron rodgers number five and i didn't say that that's according to their statistics before the traff. I'll tell you the top receiver koi gosh gosh wasn't iran number by god the this coming back like who are are we to spend six or eight eight eight and he comes back. They got a lot of games without somebody that you drive stashing the late thirteenth fourteenth. I think if i don't know how deep we fifteen five thirty around we we pick if i guess it's a reach because i think the trouble will start so you knowing that somebody get split tushes. Maybe in a fifty the funeral was there but i think job is going to be you find out before but it's a big difference in a numbers though but see look over to i'm under your back. I do do johnson junior and niche up when they split areas last your love them equally bought from n._p._r. Do stand the standard reader. I'll be there about trading market too much. Watch for exactly ali is way better. That's markle's awesome guy right here. Give me do okay. He's trying to say here younger the okay because i was on the bronco he don't matter yeah. Let me let me ask the question because i'm not done and what you said yeah p._m. I wanna come back to that but the wide receiver thing is really. <hes> is really my thing or whatever and i'm gonna. I'm gonna start. I just this mother fucking bush. I dig myself doc. It's on your brown. Fantasy got whatever i told you so. Everybody knows that's all you got a foot injury or whatever made thirty ugly ugly but it's these thirty years that tonio brow you went to the raiders you tell you so. You're saying my my perspective in my thing. If he's is available to me. I'm drafted in the third or fourth round. He will make it. He won't make it that far but the people that know that do their research again. I'm sitting at a table with people would actually know what they're doing. You're all saying ou hang on. I felt like you look at me. No no no okay. I eh one. This is my only about three people draft staff. Look that was a whole another story would never mind they. I'm going to have an excellent year this year but <hes> but definitely if he there in the third or fourth if i were you gotta you gotta do it right the first because this risk reward you know his abbey there eighty third around. I am not not drafting. So what does the overdraft off the ground and i'm a be huge so what's the overdraft j._j. What's over over in just three flare borough. He'll take the pills. I got a really solid jarvis landry and antonio brown on board and tell you brian over jarvis landry but i'm not picking a receiver tyrod on fair enough. No were you born. I if i go rhino matt renovate philosophy my philosophy. I know you really. They want me shit you right there anyway. Everybody got bigger receiver. The championship will say pins. He did win last year. I so you didn't win win win. A massive dominated that lee island not win he he likes to be around. You win loss to be technically play. I lost check around. Somebody started cheering because my first round pick didn't play one. Not i know they beat me in growing because i had joe mixing shot stefan for that trade resigned right there that was worth joe missing stefan digs and his lead that policy reveals his home for the stack dome leave. I don't care get a discussion of all. You got to repeal for the stack. Thank god yes point a super league. We lay dammit nice go. So why would you stay the trade tyreek hill for joe mixing. This is when you know off both of them in there because that was too legit peep yar receivers at that time to being an extra ooh look was i. I got announcement at the end of the night for your assist disabled because i'm setting up but i want her to be. I would welcome back. I mean because you're so i i love you can come back with your your the only he was oh disciple. I gave him a quality trade fan like you said i. I changed his heat so i did. I did jazz lewis said look you play videos hosts. Can we talk about the <hes> the chinese of course look not somebody's playoff before you start shit. The playoffs blinds dawson dawson how much money we been blocked. The lie is winning division. That's neat. We gotta hit michio aigdirect so tidy we talked about. It was top three tight ends. Yeah yeah y'all know the top. Three ideas are do we. I remind you if you don't travis kelsey zakar george biddle nine order gaviscon kit was number two number three deckers. Let's go title. Hebron didn't involve the bay. He's a number five book number four jared cook. I'm gonna tell you what ah last year on research. You've been doing homework. That's a good place because that's the title game and he got off on a bell. Clinics kobe fleet or may spa ugly in <hes> in new orleans he did a good job at third option is here you <music> okay how o._j. Howard is nice though o._j. Our but i really i don't see bruce. <music> airlines really make james western loves back sleeper. Jimmy gram black gram the open for him like we'd be a spot for this guy man since right now. Nobody's we might have do saying. I'm not gonna put up. A hell of a number of lewd should never winter fan. I i can tell you honey. Hey don't grab that's free game too. You don't the one hundred here. We go better than jimmy graham. I will say greg this. I'm not telling you tiny. I you told me online either. I'm not telling you already mentioned the entire. We already mentioned t._j. Tied <music>. I love t._j. From dallas cowboys forgot his name. I got j._j. Draft jason whitney he likes sitting honestly leisure killing one of the iran into whether leasing and people laughed at me picking ibrox april last year in iran. We bananas one to fantasies the era. 'cause i walker in hebron delaney walker screwing me because i had e brown here here. I must say i was a smart man voronin. We rondo year last year but you're doing yeah my sleeper tiny. I'm not telling you i'm not telling you because i don't want to already know probably ought sorry. I want to david johnson season season together. Hey we're going manson's right here. If you tell your kidneys as a running back i am last year. I wrote to david johnson but he's still so you're not in the first round. This year is a risk. He's about david johnson. Be drafted this year. I'm not i think i think were you think they first early second. I still think that he's the road he's gonna go early. I'm not touching staying away. Even though the office will call a single he goes on the david johnson bird me lay so kyra murray didn't not entice site the office and they ought to get him in before he got there. Flat out say it again evade office online ov. He's a swiss army. Say talk radio where there's a way way way way way. I'm giving last year was quarterback. Josh rosen thank you so i told j._j. Quarterback in their draft sam donaldson <music>. I'm coming back to you know you got enough time comeback but i i tell you manage rover. No no not oh my god talk back dr officially hunting real nice in my pocket book i got i got four minutes left. I wanna talk. I'm gonna have across doug which jarred noted though so i usually take my last five minutes to do my quotes and all that stuff but i felt different because his fantasy football well. I am starting to leak and doing twelve team p._r. Lee with his winner-take-all dollars a person etc etc etc everybody uh-huh sit here since y'all came in and sat down and says y'all are draft mines. Y'all got the opportunity to get in there if they do so. That's what i'm talking about. The you pay you pay you pay all is going to be online. Eh easy money is going to be that way. If i'm out of town. Y'all ain't gotta worry about me putting stickers on a board rooms. That's a word already ready. So when is this dr this draft. I talked to you after after this podcast in sorry fantasy guy will be in. That's what it is if it does the r._t._d. Dago say i'm the commission is no jason free. So how'd you donate. Are you serious. Are you serious. I heard a the two-time fantasy channel goes to coordinate uh-huh. I know for certain. I play with you. You never went without jason. That's all i know kobe amy sexy cobra and do what i have you leave. I went first year my third year next year and then you destroyed the draft draft. Sometimes when you got partner in crime actually actually money. He won the first year he played. You lost the next year and then you one the next year as three or four years four cornell matter of fact. We pay pay more than that corny one jason one way. Did you see the forty paying me and marco michael beat me. Yes i did play for eight minutes here. The first year they won it was me and jason and then i would see that right. Fantasy guy was top to talk to you. Yeah look it up the trophy settlement. I got my last look. I'm going dedicate this quote to all my fendi. People may say lookie. If you draft graf draft smart don't drive by name because if you doing all louisiana when i got a quote what you got follow diner if no tamna look draft do what you gotta do win. Don't be like jay z attorney. Y'all have a good night. God bless packers. Mike gardens a hey come eric. I couldn't now want it all now. 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Hour 2: 8/16/19

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Hour 2: 8/16/19

"The paul finebaum show podcast has been brought to you by the capital one sabre card earned four percent cashback on dining and entertainment two percent of grocery stores and one percent on all all other purchases now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet terms apply but cried passion than pageantry of of college football leaves keer the paul finebaum show our to podcast welcome back to the paul finebaum show. Tom hart infra paul today. Thanks for being with us this week. It's that time of year of college. Football headlines g- a little bit slow as everybody's wrapping up camp but news was made in lafayette with head coach billy napier head coach the raging cajun's talking about having his players mandatory donations a fifty dollars to join their athletic leaded fund coach neighbors. Come up to call in so let's go to the phones now and bring him on a coach knows has kind of turned into something that you wish you wouldn't have to deal with in the midst of cap. Can you just explain initially what your thoughts were with this team building exercise. Tom i appreciate you had me on the day and <hes> certainly early. Maybe getting portrayed as something different that we wanted here. You know i think big thing he's trying to educate our guys about what goes into the scholarship you know <hes> we had a member of our raging cajun athletic foundation. Come in speak to our team about that process all the fundraising relative. Take for all this do not that you will and this is an idea about a gesture to say. Thank you <hes> to all those. Those people have done. I think we've got close to twenty four hundred members here <hes> as part of being a member of the team. You know they were encouraged. Words are asked to become a member of the r._c._a._f. At the minimum level and the whole objective here was create gratitude to create perspective and you know kind of eliminate some of that entitlement. I think comes with <hes> you know this group of people these days you know i'm i'm surprised allies. The honest with you may come across as negative. I think our guys my players in particular viewed as a great opportunity to give them hey thank you would. I think that's what we wanted from this so it's been very positive year on on the outside looking at decorative but you know our players on board. It's it's been absolutely a whole lot. Certainly parents players took me throughout the bay been great. Would the people here in our community well. I think the idea is we talked about this and you've coached in the s._e._c. <hes> the idea from some of the blowback that you're getting nationally including the chicago newspapers in u._s._a. Today and kind of kind of growing like wildfire fortunately for your side is that we ask so much of the players and in this day and age people full a growing group people think player should be getting paid for what they do each and every day that it was asking too much to ask a student athlete to come up with fifty dollars <unk> atarot pocket. Have you found what's the best way in your mind as a coach to battle this idea where were kids. I mean let's column what they are for the most part <hes> sure don't have this sense of entitlement. How do you battle that well. I personally you know maybe you came across as a national story and maybe i misspoke on the way i traded in terms of it being mandatory being the team rule and all that <hes> you know our players know that if they didn't feel like they could donate fifty dollars <hes> you know that they could come see me we when we did it with the team team we absolutely told him that <hes> and you know i think we gotta remember that a couple of years ago the inch layer home where the scholarship players it could have cost pretend to check now and they are receiving money the stipend snipe it <hes> and this awesome job in the bucket. You know our guys on average. <hes> the i took a total two years on campus off campus our players get forty five thousand dollars on a four year career <hes> in cost of attendance checks you know we're one of the group of football teams in the country entries are doing that and that's where this comes from you know it is a educational piece in a perspective piece that hey your scholarship tuition commission fees books cost of attendance check nutrition facilities where you live on campus the water the power bill <hes> you know all these things are included and you know we should be thankful for the opportunity. We have in this small gesture. We're talking about about four dollars and a quarter of month. Seventeen cents a day. You know when in reality that's drop in the bucket. It's more about incapable part of this you know what are we teaching these guys in our program in the top programme that we wanna have hear his teaching principles and values is not about hugh. You know it's about your opted to make an impact your opportunity to get an education to be a better person. You have a set of skills to prepare you for life. Hey coach lenny i got. I got two questions for you. First first of all <hes> have you. Are you a member of the firm and athletic funds since he played ball there. I actually wrote a check last probably will be a week ago. <hes> wrote clayton head football coach check and dropped it in the mail very cool very cool a secondly before we let you go you open with mississippi state. What are you guys doing to get ready for them from a quarterback perspective because i'm not sure anybody knows at this point exactly who's going to be back there and they could look wildly different depending on who is back there. Well i think coach more than ten quarterbacks and said of the past yeah <hes> you had tremendous success at penn state <hes> in certainly when he was the head football coach so regardless of your quarterback. They're they're very systematic. Approach both the players on the team now boulter great athletes. I think you're gonna be threat to run. That's typically adam had a pretty good runner. I know do putting a focal point on trying to improve the passing game and you know that s._e._c. west ruthless man no. I know they're preparing for that and we're certainly trying to about the challenges that go along with the opener well. We can't wait to see it. Hey thanks thanks. Thanks for the time. Thanks for calling in. Are you guys have to deal with this misunderstanding all day but i think here on the show. We certainly understand where you're coming from and give my buddy patrick crawford the best. Thanks for spend some time with us today. You gotta tom thank you and you'll have a great day all right buddy billy your head coach of the raging cajun stepped in a little bit today and listen. Here's the deal it's a time of year where we're talking college football. We're ready for college football but it's not here just yet and there are some folks if they can find a headline headline. They're going to grab it and they're going to run with it and i certainly i certainly understand the concern that we're asking so much of student athletes to make it mandatory which was his mystique is billy. Really napier said that it's not mandatory. He's not making him pay fifty dollars to join the athletic just just a couple of weeks ago. When ed reed went into the national football hall of fame he talked about it being a leader and he talked about the simple things and ignoring entitlement and picking up the trash in the locker room and picking up the trash at your locker because your professional that's what you should do and the coach who do it right who teach it and profess it every day and i'm looking at tim carbonate vanderbilt the coaches who do it right instill those values in their players from from day one and those are values that they will never forget and i talk on a regular basis with major league player to played at vandy who played for tim corbett who talk at length about how those is lessons. They learned in college to be responsible. Adults are so what them to this day so congratulations to billy napier for using that as an example so these guys appreciate sheet everything that they have around them and i guarantee you as great as the resources. There are lafayette imagine it's time ten in the s._e._c. Let's go back to the phones. Who's up up next. Hey caleb in mobile what you got but hey tom start taking me. <hes> let me on <hes>. I got a couple of things i i wanna say real. Quick it to that guy from texas. If i was from texas i would be drastically embarrassed of him. I mean he sounds like an idiot. <hes> mississippi state. He's he's talking all this smack. They had them beaten mississippi state in a few years. At least i mean mississippi state has owned them and i think we're going to beat him again. It is <hes> at their stadium. Idiom is probably going to be tough but i think it's got a really good chance of beating them again <hes> but that was just a side note also wanted to <hes> to ask you about i heard yesterday on the show i think it was during the rogers talking about tommy stevens yasser and <hes> just talking about how you know how impressed he was and everything uh-huh if if that translates into the game and he ends up being that good or better or or at least that good <hes> i mean what kind kinda i mean. I mean do you think they could. I mean i think state has a chance. I'm not saying that they will but i think if that was to translate i think state could have a chance of of having take win season caleb. That's aggressive. Thank you for the call. That's really aggressive from mississippi state to get to ten wins. What jordan made it clear yesterday is that he has a quarterback. We're back with the penn state background that knows what joe moorhead is trying to do what he wants to do and so it should be seamless and he fully expected that to be the case under center but they lost so much much of front and on the defensive line was simmons and sweat going onto the n._f._l. Now look back at what dan mullen was able to build at mississippi state before joel moore had got there and when they're at their best the always had guys who developed into great players in the trenches. Do they have that again. They get some really big holes to fill so if you want to say that mississippi state as jordan did yesterday is going to be a whole lot better than people are giving them credit for that. They're going to move the ball a little bit better. They're going to be more creative offensively. I'm all for that and and that translates to seven wins eight wins okay great but ten wins ten ones would be a heck of accomplishment of joe moorhead wins ten games this year. He's the s._e._c. coach of the year. It's that simple because think about what some of those victories would be and what they would mean in starkville. It'd be an amazing accomplishment. We we got more coming your way. We're gonna talk mizzou football at the bottom of the hour buried and the head coach of the tigers wrapping up practice this afternoon. He'll join us live in a few moments listening to the paul finebaum bombshell podcast. Welcome back everybody. Tom hardened for paul finebaum on this friday afternoon. Thanks for being with us. We'll get plenty going on today. <hes> we're just talking about the possibility of mississippi state making their way to ten wins. That's that's really really hard but what if they can do it. It's because they're going to great quarterback play and the defensive line will be better than what we're expecting right now. Let's go to mississippi jeremiah's on the phone. Hey jeremiah. Hey what's going on in the living the dream brother thanks for calling well. You know what my favorite thing is. Whenever or the mass of is not that the rest of us can get in alabama and auburn people with all their private lines can't call in because they don't care they you know they got their program but i'm on to you know just like what we're talking about with joe maury. You didn't take us stupid. Wouldn't he arrived in may. He may have over evaluated what his situation was but it's okay. I mean right now this mississippi state team. I mean if if the quarterback is on wish there's gonna be competitive and i'm just thinking i'm the one that goes look. We're never supposed to win. I mean in the last fifty years. Get your blower zone it <hes> dan now. I know mark. Is there many times in the last fifty years since nineteen fifty nine as mississippi state won a regular season ballgame very often. That's what i'm saying and therefore if it was a disappointing season to all the talking head who we thought they were gonna win more ever disappointing season for more more in mississippi state won a regular season ballgame in my lifetime. That doesn't happen so i'm at nine nine times in the last twenty years jeremiah. How old are you old enough to know better than still young enough to resist back back then so so let me understand so come yet from are you born and hand raised in a race in columbia missouri college town u._s._a. Okay i when i came back from the nineteen seventy one college world siri's. I made my guys that we were riding with pull off in columbia and it makes all raw score imaginary touchdown on parole just to say hey and so i've been i just want to say on that so when you come in like your matt guy how old that guy is tom. I don't know he sounds fairly young. Yeah that is joke. He's very years years old. He's trying to get back into college. He calls every day. Paul coddle him every day into thinking he's important and he calls and says well. What do you think they were gonna do. What do you think and i'll look at it and go other than that. Ah i know what time stevens is gonna do. I give them a moment from mississippi state to say you know what we're relevant to. We're we're not supposed to be there. We got a hundred million dollars but you know what a._m.'s budget is a lot higher net. It's it's two hundred thirteen. What alabama's there's a hundred me. I work for mississippi state in nineteen eighty with call matter. You know what the budget it was. It mississippi state department million dollars six million dollars. I mean we'll take the forty five. We've just done a good job and all the folks in alabama auburn and all the other places. Y'all take the three months of pigskin. We'll take the scraps and then we'll wind all the springtime and be glad that we went to mississippi say jeremiah. Thanks for calling he saw sawgrass college world series in nineteen seventy one day does u._s._c. trojans one fred lynn who would go on to the big leagues and one of the best players in the history of the college world series was on the all tournament team in cluding dane orange from b._y._u. by the way speaking of b._y._u. They will be the opponent the first game that they will sell beer beer in wind at kneeland stadium. I hope the folks in knoxville aren't counting on the visiting fans to help purchase a bunch of beer for that game. That's it's gonna be tough. Let's go to the lines. Go to georgia who we got in. Georgia rock said a real name rock yeah well well. I tell you choose a story about that. Everybody my last name is rocky more so everybody wants growing up some kind of way to call me rock <hes> so kinda stuck like that love it when he got today two things <hes>. I just wanted to say you know everybody. Just you know everybody just needs to relax. Everybody's worried about you. You know zane university of georgia's receivers <hes> everybody knows that receivers pretty much is the easiest transition out of the skill players. You know quarterback probably being the hardest artist in running back second so everybody just relax. You know it might take. We've had some bumps in the road but you know when we by the time we get to the meeting our schedule i think we'll be. I think we'll be well. I mean you just look at a couple years ago. Nobody knew who <hes> alabama's receivers where jerry judy waddell and rugs and they're they're doing pretty good so i like to look at that as a as a measuring stick to just saying hey everybody just calm down. We got the general back day. He's gonna do what he do. You know what what i'm saying this far as you know getting those receivers touches and work on that chemistry so we're going to be fine. Another thing is dan mullen. He can never keep his mouth l. Show what he's doing pretty good job of it now that <hes> recruiters don't think he's ever right now. It seems like players that aren't eligible. I think think they have another receiver or another athlete. That has has been deemed eligible to play so i think that you know he called the shots that he takes georgia or four and don't get me wrong. He's a good coach <hes>. I think he's a good office. I'm not sure being sold on the head coaching job. You did a pretty good job at mississippi state which is a total little different thing ballgame when you're working with university of florida. You had the athletes so you know he's at ten a._m. So that's good but you know calm down. Just worry about you. University reason why you having all these problems is because you're worried about somebody. Else's cooking and not your home. I like to quote a famous rapper. I'm not sure if you heard a t._i. <hes> yes it goes goes to say you know you. You gotta alligator mouth in a hummingbird as the coach is writing checks that his team gene can cash so you just take it. Just take a little golic down a little bit. You know what i'm saying because we know who runs the east right now and they might be a little bit further. You know what i'm saying where last year but that remains to be seen but hey u._g._a. Dogs all day go dot today. Preset calls ruck that yeah okay for shit yourself. Yeah you can quote t._i. If you want i got no problems that i would quote bobby boucher. Momma said alligators are so mad ad because they got on teeth and no toothbrush. Does that fit former florida captain. James bates was in the water boy one of the best acting performances i've ever seen dan mullen wouldn't talk so much trash if he wasn't confident in his team. Watch out florida's gonna be really good again and that's why you're hearing from the head coach. Each of the gators head coach of the tigers join us next berry autumn talks mizzou football. How does he gets so many great quarterbacks to come to columbia. We'll talk about that amongst other things next here on the paul finebaum show you're listening to the paul finebaum show podcast and welcome back everybody. Tom hart sitting sitting in for paul finebaum on the paul finebaum show. We're talking missouri football now. Kelly bryant is a new quarterback remains to be seen who the number two is but let's focus focus on bryant and their head coach bury them right now. He joins us on the line from columbia coach. How are you today dummy. What's up man. You're doing great. We're great. Thank thank you for joining us. I know it's it's a grind of the preseason right now. How do you keep things fresh for you and your team it awesome. I i wish we could stay in camp <hes> <hes> but unfortunately they we gotta go to school at some point and that starts that starts on monday for us but the the way that we've laid out the calendar. We're going to go four really good days in a row and then we take you know in the calendar week. Now you take a day <hes> that that you're not on the field no physical activity and you can use a couple of hours of that meeting meeting time so it really has worked for this team and i think every year the makeup of what your maturity level is the experience. You've got coming back and then the number of reps that you want to get in fall camp. It changes a little bit but this team has handled it well. I think <hes> for the most part we're we're as healthy as we're probably going to be in the entire season right now. Which is awesome. <hes> and our guys have every day that we've gone out on the field. They've they've understood what we're trying to get accomplished and they've gone to work so <hes>. I'm proud out of that. I think that <hes> we've got an opportunity with the experience coming back. Those guys right now are performing at a level higher than they did at any point last year and that's that's kind of being on our <hes> charges a as a coaching south this this off season to make sure that we get that what kind of impact is kelly bryant had in the locker room and speaking of during the offseason when you're not allowed to be around the team. I think it helps this the experience factor that he brings to to the program especially at that position <hes> there's there's you know the the quarterback position is as important if not the most important position in all of sport and if you've got a quarterback that is trained and can execute and as a leader and all the things that kelly brings to the to <hes> our our organization then then we've got an opportunity and <hes> not to play really well now the challenge is to make sure that he understands the the terminology the timing fit and all the different things that go along with it <hes> <hes> but we need ten guys around him to play really well <hes> along with that but you look at the way that he stepped into the locker room <hes> you know at that position in in january and he didn't really know anybody <hes> had learn a new language in in our term -nology <hes> this the way we did and do do things and really adjusted well but it's a credit to him number one because he's a very selfless person but also to the culture of our team and who we are and they have unwelcomed him with with open arms and it's been a great ship. I know coming out of eight oklahoma. You fancy yourself a big twelve running back but it really didn't work out like that. You ended up moving to the other side of the ball and play linebacker since then and before you took over his head coach. Most of your work was done on the defensive side of the ball. I think that goes without at saying many ways so how does the defensive minded coach. How do you relate so well to the quarterbacks. You've gotten to come to missouri state missouri transfer into missouri from drew who locked kelly bryant shawn robinson coming in from t._c. Unix you how do you relate to those guys wedding number. One it it speaks to the character and the staff ask that we have in place man derek dooley on the offense coordinator and coaches <hes> the quarterback specifically and then also the way that we've structured that position position once we get a guy that signed with us then then we start immediately on what we call the mizzou quarterback school then we go through the details of what it takes preparation what it takes from the mental approach also the things that we're looking for <hes> the physical attributes that that we're relying nine on to function as an offense and i think you get kids more than anything and whether to grad transfer <hes> high school guy it comes on his recruiting trip they want to be in in that system and the the greatest recruiter that we have right now is is our team and the guys come in and have an ideal what missoula's but once once they get here the things that we've talked about on recruiting calls and phone conversations with a high school coach or the mom or whoever it is those things align and they're able to see it through their own is and <hes> again. I'm going to go back to the culture of what our program is and the leadership. We have in the locker room <hes> they're. They are our greatest recruiters that we've got here and the retention rate has been fantastic. Sick and missouri is one of the few schools in the s._e._c. That hasn't been rated by the transfer portal embarrassments even more impressive to me given the fact that as we speak currently the team right now how is unable banned for this upcoming season. The appeal is still waiting to be judged on from the n._c. Double a. and who knows that should come within the next few weeks. I assume i'm just gonna ask you point blank. Is there anything new on that as of right now. I wish i wish i could speak on on that. I knew more about it but i i know that the the opportunity that that we had oh you know over the summer and presenting back and forth and <hes> i think mizzou from the from day one as taking a very aggressive but respectful approach i i admire the way that our administration and all those aligned have worked through this and you i would love to get a resolution. You know sooner than later. I don't know when that's it's going to be but for us as a program we we look at it as an opportunity. <hes> has galvanized a little bit more most definitely our fan base but also so you look at for me to be able to use it as a teaching lesson about how life works and about the opportunity whatever the word is that we get back doc <hes> it has zero effect on how we prepare right now has zero effect on the habits that are going to put us in position to play our best anytime any time really spent worrying or thinking about the what else then you're going to lose out on the opportunity to continue to build relationships relationships within our team to to work the way that you need to to be your your best on on week one and then moving forward from there <hes> and whenever we get the word <hes> that will this be another another thing that we work through whether it's the great news or or the news we didn't want to receive <hes> that's just more information and i've been very transparent very open and honest with with my team and when you build close close really true relationships you're able to do that and that's that's what we got. I'm glad you brought up the transparency because something a little bit new and columbia over the course of fall camping probably sounds foreign to a lot of other coaches in this league. You'll add all access to barstool sports there in town for a while. You've opened up a lot of practices to the local media. There's been a whole lot more transparency and people being able to report on what they see in practice and be be around the team a little bit more. I think what what was the idea behind that and how does is that benefit the program yeah a number of things. I've got a lot of respect for the job that folks do in the media because it's hard i you know there's it's hard to really get a quote unquote breaking story anymore you know with with the way that that <hes> social media the the opportunity and the platforms that are there also <hes> you. I want folks to know our team. I want them to have an idea <hes> on what are what are guys doing what our team is doing what we look like <hes> <hes> but also there's so many one hundred seventeen guys on our roster you know there's so many individual stories that make up our team and make up our athletic department department and our university and the things that we stand for <hes> the only way that that we have an opportunity to get those some of those told is to allow access and i think it's a it's. It's a win for everybody. I look at you know the the short window of time that you've got to be a student athlete whether it's three or four or five years you know i want that to be an experience is that our guys look back at and that was an enjoyable experience that they were able to use it as a platform not only to win games and make sure that that they're getting their degree from from great institution but also we're making society better and being better husbands and being better dads and fathers and sons and brothers. You know that's that's our job bob. The vehicle we've got an opportunity to sport and some of the ways that that those stories are told there are through our local media and and sometimes some of the national alex college they're there but it's it's been great for kids learn how to handle situations and able to communicate and and you know it's we've got a a lot of great things going and and i want to ability for fans to build followed up. We'll obviously i'm biased but i certainly applaud all of that and i wish more programs names would would embrace it. You're going into scrimmage tomorrow and i know you're trying to get everything tidy before the trip to laramie. What do you need to see the most tomorrow for a field as you walk into that scrimmage. There's a couple of guys still i mean we've got and the credit again to to our players and our my sister coaches the way that we've recruited. We've got really healthy. Competition still the number of spots and i wanna see how some of those guys maybe don't have as much game experience how they're gonna react in as close to a game setting as we can get <hes> so offensively when we need to go function and sustain drives jobs and getting into to third down situations and convert you know like to build a run the football and then you look on the other side and you want them to play really good team. Defense you wanna be able oh to stop the run and find ways to get the ball back so and it's very simple elementary approach but you know at the at the end of the day it's a pretty simple game of running running and blocking tackling and being efficient and and the thing that our staff is on such a great job on teaching this this fall camp <hes> in the classroom and the video study in on the field and walk throughs. I think we're playing together. I think we're playing fast right now and that's because they've got confidence in the scheme confidence in what assignments are our and their trust in the guy lined up next to him so i wanna see a carry over of that and then and then we get into really into preparation for the first game one of your best offensive weapons and maybe one of the best tight ends in college. Football is okay benami. He's been bothered by knee injury recently. Will he participate tomorrow before go. Do you expect it'll be in a in a limited role. <hes> he'll he'll go through some of the non contact things. If we were playing a game tomorrow he would play and would feel really good about <hes> the ability for him to step about him play at high level other than that. You know knock on wood. We're we're in pretty good shape. Hey i got one more question before we let you go. You're from oklahoma you went to high school with country music star star blake shelton. You guys got beef cool with lake. He is <hes> he's made a name for a hometown. He's got <hes> has done such a great job <hes> been in his career and not only this being a great music artists but now he's the you know mister social scene so <hes> he's done a great job. The main streets named after him. He's a lot of things going for him and <hes>. I'm trying to get him to a game. He could help us out. He could sing the national anthem. I would let him call the first play of the game and then there's a number of things he could do if we're getting back for a game. Hey you know what i can see it now. If you guys have the kind of year that i expect you could you could have odom avenue right there in the big time. Hey thanks for joining us. I certainly appreciate it. Thanks man all right all my best everybody back in colombia very autumn. Head coach of the missouri tigers the elephant in the room sitting there waiting. What's the n._c._w. Say about the bowl appeal and that could be very costly financially from missouri. I don't think think it's going to affect them on the football field aside from maybe missing an opportunity not only to play a ball game. Could they be in the s._e._c. Championship game otherwise things work out. We've got more coming your way. You would take your calls by the way next hour. Uncle is gonna join us verne lundquist from c._b._s. Sports would call in talk about his great memories of calling the s._e._c. and c._b._s. And also taggers occurs run in augusta this year stay with us. Paul finebaum show continues on this friday afternoon. You're listening to the paul finebaum show podcast. Welcome back with paul finebaum show. Tom hart sitting in for paula. He's out on assignment the last couple of days. It's been a lot of fun sitting in this seat and we've got a couple of hours to go before the end of it. We got a couple of great guests still still to come including verne lundquist limit later. We're gonna talk. Commonwealth football kentucky's cash daniel when he gets out of the weight room and off the practice field. He's going to call a and talk about talking smack. We'll get graduate level courses from him. The most entertaining my mind college football player in the game today today. Let's go to the phones. Let's go down to meadow state cindy in south carolina. How are you this afternoon cindy. I'm good how you doing. I'll fantastic. Thank you for calling. I was calling in to say roll tide roll. I just can't wait for them to start. What are you most excited sided about for this season. I'm excited to see what alabama's got over this year. I'm hoping and praying that we're going to be the best team that we have ever ever been ever in history of alabama. Wow that same cindy where you're watching it at the beginning of the show and we had pat smith on yes sir. What did you think about the harvey. Update news came out this week. I don't know it's all i'm mall excited about the whole entire season this year and just can't wait for everything to start and it's it's just all great right and clinton has just been running their mouth all year and just go announcing i own and their fans dislike really nasty st and i know we got a lot of pride in alabama and where we're like really prideful and about alabama and and stuff but <hes> <hes> you know there's a lot of people all over the united states that list loves alabama and <hes> clint some just thinks because they worn twice that god alabama's nothing. You should live here and listen to them. It's like comical sydney. Thank you so much for calling calling in. I hope but clemson fan has never skirted you with a water gun because we learned the last couple of days. How nasty that could be or was back in the day. Hey mike and making how are you. Hey tom thank you for taking my call. You bet yeah tom. I wanted to ask you about two things. If i could was the auburn quarterback situation and the the other one is that if we still have time i wanna ask you something about the atlanta braves sure and <hes> <hes> go into the auburn quarterback situation they seem pretty tight lipped <hes> about maybe who has the edge and that between gatewood and knicks <hes>. You haven't seen any news this week and i didn't know if you heard anything i have not heard anything but but we're gonna have my dear friend cole cubelic on a little bit later in the show. He was at their scrimmage saturday so we'll get his take on that in find out exactly who he thought looked better but i i mean don't you expect them to be tight lipped. You want him tell an organ exactly who's gonna start and what the offense is. Gonna look like makes sense to me. Well i expect will be tight lipped. I just wanna know note curious like everybody and what were you thinking about. The braves mike the bray situation what i wanted to ask you he was <hes> i keep watching it and i've been watching ronald kuni and i know everybody in the world enthralled with him and i'm totally enthralled with him. I i don't know if you saw it. Catch you made last night number one <hes> if i just look at the rose colored glasses or door we watch in a row berta clementi be reincarnated right before our a member borough clemente's a hall of famer but the start and thing calling in mike the start the ronaldo kunia has gotten off to his been sensational. It's been a hall of fame start art as we know the secret in baseball in the big leagues is to be able to continue that year and stay healthy if he can do that. That's a trajectory for ronald akhoon. I mean it's straight to cooperstown as of right now and if he can continue that through this season braves are going to be playing long into october and won't that be a lot of fun. 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ESPNLA Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis HR 2

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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ESPNLA Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis HR 2

"Kershaw is coming at you today at least not last night. Dave Roberts makes the decision to go with hun. Gene review in game one again, the first time since two thousand nine that somebody that wasn't Clayton Kershaw opened a postseason series for the dodgers and it worked out. He was brilliant. Last night key doesn't give up any runs. He strikes out a guys. He doesn't walk if you've got a base hit too. I mean everything about what the dodgers did last night was was on point six, two, nothing definitely on point. I think when you get a pitcher Roland in Dylan away, he was Dylan the bats flying away. They were flying you. You certainly feel good about your chances of vast into the World Series and finishing this thing off in a positive note. The dodgers did in fact finish off on a positive note. It was a big win for the dodgers. Dave Roberts was right. Although some of us question his decision not start the everybody. Well. Travis called first because he's ex baseballer his his decision to not start Kershaw and go with reu- Ryu seven shutout innings on four hits eight strikeouts in no walks all on one hundred and four pitches which is about fourteen or so more than his normal dodgers used a combination of long balls in walks to get the Braves, goodbye and winning going up one jock, jock Petersen in Muncie, put the dodgers up for on big dunks as KiKi. KiKi Hernandez home runs key k earn KiKi 'cause this is how my say he KiKi cake. Yes, key k, but I think he KiKi got the dengue a solo Deng. Also, he got involved in the action as well. So yes, he did Travis, Travis, Noah. What? Shawn's Oregon. It's sponsored. And has his organs Bonsor. That's right by right is brought to you by Buffalo Wild Wings. Y'all. You want to win a trip to the series talking about this series. I'm talking about the big series. Just go on down to beat up. Zinc series. Upload a self Scranton. Chris, not gonna go this week into one Stena, but you can go wherever you want. Uploaded, Instagram, Facebook, or on Twitter, and you put the hashtag, be WW LA that's be WW LA and guess what? Good luck from Buffalo Wild Wings brought us some food yesterday. Thank you, Manny. Manny from Burbank. Woke up early cooked for us. Appreciate you. It was good. It was good. It was so good. You took a pant home. Well, there wasn't ho- paying let you smell like chicken wings. It was not an easy decision. The decision to go with review was the right decision. It was the intellectual decision. It was the hot decision, but we heard Clayton Kershaw say, you know, I didn't love it, but I accepted it and moved on. I expect him to go out there and pitch pretty well. Today it the dodgers are in such a good spot key. They won the game last night. They got Kershaw today. You've got Walker bueller, waiting going game three on Sunday. The winning that game was incredibly important because if you win game one in this format to two and one, if you win game, one is the home team. You got a seventy five percent chance of winning the series that we swore in a short series. That first game is everything and you talk about the first game being everything you talk about pitching being everything. I remember far Han Zaidi the dodgers general manager who should be joining us in a couple of hours. We talked to him earlier this season coming out of winter meetings, and we talked about them not making any splash moves based on the pitching. Because what happened last year would you Darvish invert Lander being in Houston? And so he went on to say. Hey, we're happy with what we have. So clearly they knew something that we didn't know. It just didn't happen till yesterday out. Imagine that's not an easy thing for Dave Roberts stuff to tell Clinton Kershaw to that. The Clinton Kershaw is a hall of Famer. Clayton Kershaw has been the best player on this team for ten years. Clayton had a little snap back though pre pre game. What is the pre-game presser? Is that what that is little conversation with the money before it again, chitchat, Lucia, chat. Sound like he wasn't very happy? No. He said, I, you know, I don't agree with it, but I accept it. Yeah, I don't agree with it, but I sent it. Okay. We'll see what opt out on you. Yeah. Well, okay, let's let's get into this. I don't know if that's not part of the master plan for to have him opt out, having him up to and not that you're going to shove him out the door because you can't show that guy out the door. He's too good. He's been. He's been a loyal guy. He's been a lifelong dodger. Everything about, I think in the perfect where no one will ever say this out loud that's connected to the dodgers, but in a perfect world there probably. Looking at him going, does he have two or three more good years left? Yes, but but does he have five? Probably not. And I don't want to have to buy five to get two or three when someone else can buy all five at an outrageous price and I can. I can go spend this money in other places with its Machado. Bryce Harper, whatever. Seattle know that I don't. I don't know that I would. I'm with you though. I don't know that I would. The that the two after what's ever left on here, like one, if I was the general manager and I'm looking at this thing, I want to see how he pitches the poll season and then you know, approach it during the off season and then make that decision based on that, what I seen him this poll season starting tonight. I, I agree. I mean, go ask our pools in the angels house working out new c. and last night review was just e was lights out Buehler's coming up in game three. And last night they were hitting home runs, including max Muncie, getting a three run home run. Dave Roberts was talking about max Muncie slump which he was in a deep one coming into this game every every hitter is going to go through time whether or not seeing the baseball well and max. It was probably about two weeks. But after that, you know before that after that, he's been very good in the strike zone. He's had a tremendous season. And so for us, that's that's an easy one. You just got to kind of. At that point time, I think we just gave them a couple days off here and there to kind of clear his mind, but his just DNA to be able to stay in the strike zone. It's pretty special pretty unique. And so, yeah, to see him in this moment. Not surprised. This is the way that the dodgers play. There's going to have, whether it's it's max Muncie or Cody Bellinger or KiKi Hernandez. The may Justin Turner probably doesn't fall into this category, but most of the dodgers do they're going to have moments where they don't get hit for two weeks and then you turn around. They're gonna hit a couple of home runs and win a game for you. And that's the way this team is built. It was constructed and has been that way for very long time. The dodgers when you look at it overall, the dodgers blasted a franchise record. Two hundred thirty five home runs this season alone, which I believe breaks their record from last season. What did I just hit x. amount of home runs. So it's a long ball situation for new, but they also what I deem is manufacting runs by getting guys on base, whether they're walking is where the guy gave time bus night wh. Wh-whether they walking with their singles. You've got to have a good I to to, to know not to take that nigga. I wanna go. Yep, good walks is going to hit guy. I just like, I bet now just as good as a sack. You give me a pitcher pitcher Chad when he was playing gimme Soviet USA. Bad about swaying pitch pit pitcher in a hole, ten feet. Deep can't get out because he got big fee. Did I get a key. A lot of time on baseball field. I've never heard that one. I never heard pitcher in a hole, ten feet deep. He can't get out from the beginning pitch in a hole, ten feet. Deep can't get out because he got big feet. Take that. That would've worked for me if I was pitching and I would have heard that it would work because I would have broke out laughing. Have not known what you're telling your on mount on the rubber. Have you heard this one very. Yes, I ever a couple times a you right runner all the time you had to run right. You had to run and I what that is right having when they're trying to tell you the base. The basic? Yeah, he's still at goals, runner his to his two. He's too late. He's already. They didn't. Deprave can getting anybody last night and. You said it would Kirsch does today is going to be fascinated because it's place. Let's say he comes out and he's what we've seen for the last month or so. He's okay. He does. He's not great. He's not bad. He's okay. He goes out there and he gives you five innings gives up three runs, and he's okay. Now sudden moving through these next couple of series, it's it's. Tonight. Six, I'd take six. If you could buy six right now. So gimme six innings. You take it right. Six to three hits. I take oh six innings shuttle. You'll take a hundred times out of one hundred hundred six. What if it? Six innings. Three runs three when he gave up. Yeah. No, I don't want to. I'm talking about us. I'm not talking about him giving up any real. I need to Rush's from us six innings. I don't want him giving up any real course, but that you're not gonna pulling before he gives up three. What if it's one in the first one of the third and then I wanted to six. He's not getting lit up. He's not. They're not knocking him around one in one that means you started off slow. You got hot. I don't like that because I'm getting nervous. Now, look if you start off slow, I'm and get nervous. He gets first inning. They get a double sacrifice. Fly ball. He didn't get lit up. They gotta run. Okay. Next thing you go out there. You cruise next inning. Maybe give up a home run in the third, but you get the next three guys, bang, bang, bang. And then the fourth you get bang, bang, bang to get him. Bang, bang. And now you're just you're cruising then the six, you know, another double single and now it's three two to your behind. He's pitchy six. I can't sign anymore. One game knowing signed him for the con I'm talking about that performance it. That's kind of where we are with him right now, that sort of performance where last night review, eight strikeouts no runs Walker bueller against the Rockies and gave 163. He had a bunch of strikeouts no run. So he's just locked in. I don't know if that's what we're going to get from number twenty two, I think when you look at him tonight on the mile and one of the things that I would say he needs to do, he needs to be able to start off fast. He doesn't need to start off with a double a sacrifice. Fly guy, gets it third in the nugget sacrifice fly and they bring him home is one that no, we need you to get back to Dillon whatever that is. We know you're not you. We know your philosophy is down. We understand that, but you've got some other stuff. I need you to get to your stuff and I need you to go to set up with the v. low. It's set up with velocity if I have that crazy velocity, if I have that crazy command. That I've had for my entire career. That's the reason he's a hall of Famer that you can't just go. I'll just go to plan b because that what his plan is is set up on that unbelievable stuff. But he's been able to show that he's been able to do plan veto. He's been able to do that. License be is give up a scratch, run here. Another one there. Keep your team in the game. Don't let it get out of hand. Let's get to the sixth inning and the game tied down by one. We're up by one. This just stay in the game. Whereas before, if he give up more than two run straight innings, you were stunned, it's it's almost unfair that we compare him to himself because he was so good for so long. That's an unrealistic Barda hit. If you said to any guy pitch and how many teams are left eight, the eight teams that are left. If you said you're starting pitchers. Gonna pitch six innings and only give two runs. Every single guy would take that from every single guy. And we hope Kershaw to a different standard because he set the standard for himself and then it's hard to it's hard for you to surpass. Your standard is easy to come down from your standard and half people question what you are as a player. That's all. Always the case with every LeBron James will see ten years from now. If he's still around hanging around six years from now, you know e forty years old. We we say, man, that's not the same brand for twenty five. No kidding. That's that's what's going to happen. But I think Kershaw is still a very viable piece for us in terms of the ways pitching his style, I'll take what he's given. No look. This is this is going to sound like an insult and I don't mean it this way. Clayton soap me. Clayton Kershaw is a fantastic number three pitcher. He's a fantastic number three pitcher. That's what he is right now. There is absolutely Brandon. Ingram was forced to play the point last night, loved it here. What LeBron thought next future and a full ten feet, the cake it out because he's got. That's what I was just a chance you want me to do. Pay happens when you let brothers on diamond. Yes. So I guess don't forget. Casey Joyner is going to join us next segment, which means you have your fantasy football questions. Get him in right now eight seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN because we load up fast. We'll get through as many as we can. But if if you wanna get your answer from Casey, Jordan or joiner I should say, make sure that you give us a call right now. Lakers last night, they win one twenty eight to one twenty three, Brandon Ingram had thirty. One key was doing a bunch of work. LeBron loves what he see. And we've been looking to find who's going to be LeBron's running-mate to hear him. Tell it to your magic till it. It sounds like it's going to be Brandon Ingram. It certainly sounds that way. It looks that way as you continue to watch the game in a flow in the Brian when he's on a court with Ingram east, he's deferring him an awful lot. I mean, he just he really is. I mean, it's almost like as I was looking over the last couple of games, he becomes almost. I optionally in the past for him. If he, you know, with his length, you know he could score, you know, he could defend. He is what he is. He's not going to all of a sudden BI to forty, just not going to happen. He's not gonna, you know, gain a hundred pounds overnight. Just not going to happen, but he, he reminds me and I you, you, you say is and you take it how you want to reminds me of like a poor man's Kevin Durant to a degree. I sit back a, you know, he's not there. No, he's who is well. Me has been a leak right years or something like that. But he just reminds me of that because of his size and his length and his athletic ability to be able to move around. I think he's a better defender then Kevin, but Kevin certainly creates on his own much like Ingram key. You came into the NFL's the number one pick, so you didn't have the benefit of this. You came in not only the number one pick you came in is the number one pick into New York City. So I mean, it's it's, it's a double whammy. Not only you the number one, pick your the number one. WMA depending on who you asking. I'd take that any Tatum New York City. That's you. Okay. That's you. And that's you with your personality and what you you're, you're good with it. There was nothing about that. That was too much for you to shop. It was you? I went into it knowing what to expect. Exactly. And the spotlight was on your from the when we got there. The Lakers in LA is not unlike what I just described with you and Brandon Ingram comes here, not number one. Pick number two pick, but say anything, massive, same thing, massive expectation and savior. Yes, fix this. Yeah, the the answers, hey, we picked you number to fix it. Yeah, this is why we have a number one overall pick, we probably would have picked you there. So that's just how it is. It's, it's one of those situation. And it's interesting because I think that Brandon Ingram is going to thrive now because it's not a well fix it that LeBron's here now it's LeBron's job to fix it. Now it's LeBron job to get them into the playoffs to get them into the conference finals to win a chip. Brandon. Ingram's gonna take off because every eyeball every night isn't on him with a okay, fix it, but he's but LeBron is a fixer LeBron knows what to do with a young talent. If you look at the young talented players has been around him that were high draft picks when they wanted to listen, they got the best out of it when when they wanted to go against the grain, like a Kyrie Irving, you, you wind up getting yourself shipped out of town because you did not want to be a part of something that was could potentially be special because you felt like you needed to have your own team. You needed to be your own your own spotlight where if you're Los Angeles Laker and your thriving as a Laker, you become a made man. This is not Cleveland. It's almost like UCLA basketball. For instance. You can be the ninth man on UCLA's. Basketball don't play for two years in have a fifteen year career NBA. That's how it is being a Laker. If you're if you're just a Laker in, you're winning and you're doing everything you're supposed. To do, you could be successful and be, you know, people look at you and go, wow, he's legit. He's legit. You go back to the magic. She'd go back to kareem's. What? What are you? You go back to the magic, go back to Corinne worthy worthy wasn't the two. He was the three. He got a lot of miles out of it though. Still does still does. All right, Pasadena. And Ferguson Ferguson, you're on the morning show what's going on. No, man. I'm actually calling Sino also. Out there. So central Pasadena's chat actually goes like this pitcher in all, can't be beat. We can't get out because he got, no, he won't wear. What would you do that with? You could do that with two. I heard that. Would that make sense of Ferguson's. But you, but you if you've got a pitcher on the mound with big feet or you'd make him believe that he got big feet, you teasing. That's what it what does it have getting out of whole what they have to do? What are you into mount on the rubber? You know, you just kind of right there if you if you've, I don't know Ferguson, did you pitch. Yes, I did. You know how on on the rubber? There's always a little little it a little Divet. That's what the tenth. That's what it is. Raj never played baseball. So we're having been better prevent you from pitching? Well, it's it's a KOMO mez. Just a joke has relaxed. Like Ferguson's version can't get out. Yeah, makes sense. It makes he all of it. There we go for me a battery Chan. What would you do to the better? Well, fat about a swing. I mean, how about did you ever have the belly at your one? We need a pitcher, not a Bill yet. You know what I had that one did. I was being we a pitcher, not a belly, it your, we never. We couldn't come up with another word that rhymed with pitcher apparently only Itcher scope. Go back to one, but not. When we were talking about the Lakers I don't know. He's multitasking. Brandon Ingram was running the point last night. No Lonzo they gave Rhonda the night off just to give him a little bit of rest, and he was. He was really, really good. Here's LeBron talking about on playing with Brandon Ingram and the relationship that they're developing with each other. Although it was great all games not just in the second half, you know his, his pace. Ability to play point play the Wayne. He's very special talent. You definitely happy to have him on our side. What kind of relationship you to develop time? Granted, it's growing more and more every day more and more every day and know what I see him. You know, and you know he's looking looking for his opportunity, make the next jumping is in his third year. So. So a lot of upside and make you. Happy to try to give him as much as I can. That opportunity is going to be there every single night because everyone has to focus on labout. I wonder if his locker is next to Laurent's LeBron's basically Kobe's old locker is next right? Right. Where it used to be, they've kind of redone it, but I wonder if if they put Ingram like next to the bra, typically when you have a talented young player, woulda talent to what a superstar veteran, you always kinda put them next to each other because the conversations and things of that nature, they could just it could be natural there get to know each other on and off the court. I wonder you need to find that out Rosh. That's your homework for next week. I it Brady to it. What am I looking at? You're going to be looking to see if I want you to find out if Brandon Ingham's locker. How close Brandon Ingram locker is to LeBron's. Oh, I'll get. I'll get Deb before the show's over. Okay, that works dis- dis-. Does he need to fall into that secondary role? I, it feels like he's a, he's better suited for this. Because when we've seen him try to be in the the number one role, he sometimes it was there other times less so and we won't be in a number one row anyway. So no, that's what I mean. And I think that's better for him. I think it's better for him to be able to be in the number two role. I think this number two roles will be by committee. I don't think it's going to be a guy. I think it's going to be. It's going to be Ingram. They kinda gone afloat in that type of situation with the trust factor OB will you'll be able to trust either one of those guys. I think that's where it's fall to. I don't think it's going to be a clear cut. He's one, he's too. He's Jordan. He's Pippen period is I don't think he's going to beat it. I think it's going to be a combination of both because they both still young. I don't know seeing what I saw last night and seeing the way that they're talking s. seventeen. Yeah, it's not thirty one in Brandon aims. Gonna have the ball in his hands. He's going to have it in his hands more often, the couscous is going to get it and let it go, who's gonna finish on breaks? No, I get that. But I just I. I just think that it's going to those two gonna run by committee until one takes completely over. Casey Joyner the football scientist is going to join us. Next. He's going to answer your fantasy football question. So get him in right now. Eight, seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN. You can also send him in on Twitter as Willie. Could send Remi at Travis Rodgers and Raj as well. Say that again, rush. All right. We're going to do that with the people have spoken. They say, LeBron has to lockers and Ingram's is right next to one of his locker. There you go. So there you go, their neighbors, their locker room. I it had to be because it makes sense. Casey, Joyner, football scientists. Next. That's Casey. Joiners music. Casey joins us every single Friday to get you ready for your football team. Casey Joyner ESPN senior NFL and fantasy analysts. Casey good morning. How you doing. How are you guys? What I'm tastic. So let's start. I'm sorry. I chop. That's good game last night. I couldn't even hear you. Oh, yeah, great game last night. We mean could it's a great game we we're in the Ming live here. I yeah, Buckner lineup, you're happy. If your fantasy on your head of who people if you have you run into the lineup, he got a touchdown. Few people had him. So. Yeah, e. Bron air Bron on discount. Yeah, I had Tom Brady. I got him for cheap. So let's start right here. The Rams they're going on the road. They're going to Seattle. Russell. Wilson has always had a tough time against that Rams defense is a good week to put Russell Wilson on the bench and last three weeks of the season Russell Wilson, Mike twenty. Ninth and quarterback point. Ooh, twenty nine part of it is the offensive line. The offense find is abysmal. It's atrocious there depending on how you rate their metrics there, either the worst in the league or next door, a league and overall blocking. And I think it's going to be a problem for them against the Rams because the Rams offense is gonna enforce Seattle to get out of the mode that it's in right now run. I know that it's in and it's gonna force Wilson to throw. I don't think he's going to get a lot of time to plus the only has forty two rushing to this you all together. I don't really want him in my up this week. We look at his running game for Green Bay Packers, Aaron Jones, Jamal, Willis, what's wrong with the Packers in the backfield in terms of their blocking metrics, they're blocking pretty well. Actually, the run blocking is among the top ten in the league. So they're blocking fairly while. The problem is Williams. When you look at how productive he is when he gets good balking he's about a garden hat below league. Average and Jones is over the league average. In that metric he, he actually gets more yards per carry when he gets good blocking. So they should be giving more cares to. I expect that they will down the road, but they seem to be wanting to split between these two. I think eventually they'll change their minds, but it trends upward for Jones long-term. It might not turn up from short-term though, because I think we're gonna be kinda stubborn about Casey. Joyner ESPN senior NFL fantasy analyst. Join us here on Keyshawn, l z and Travis is Mitch. Trubisky guided I should push into the number one slot or is it fool's gold? Probably a little bit of fool's gold in some ways. I mean, he gets six touchdown passes. It's the great metric to have problem for them is that he got a lot of great pass pass Bach in this past week. He saw only passer special. Only one of eleven vertigo pass attempts and he got nine completions there for two hundred sixty three touchdowns the teens. He's got coming up next scheduled or off this week, but it seems to have come to week five and six or Miami New England, the patriots and dolphins finished first and second respectively and pass special rate on vertical passes and weak force. They were getting after the passer. He's not going to have the kind of pass blocking that he got last week. So I think down the road, it's going to be a lot more difficult for a couple of weeks, long long-term. I like a but not over the next couple of weeks. Casey Joyner. Taking your fantasy football questions. Eight, seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN. Let's start with one from Twitter. Casey, somebody wants to know, carry on Johnson or Derrick Henry at the flex. Henry is difficult because he's getting carries and actually getting into good blocking, but they're not that offense is not generating. They kinda scoring opportunities that he needs carry on starting to get more carers to move away from that platoon situation. Now it's more relieved alternate with him being a lead and Detroit isn't a top ten in run blocking this, you wouldn't think offensive line is that good, but Patricia has got them blocking very well this year. So I'm going to carry on that one. Let's take our first phone call. Let's start in Torrance with Alex, Alex. You're on with QC Joyner. What's going on this morning? Good morning, happy Friday. Everyone. I have half point p PR go with on the struggling Lamar Miller or the only son the end zone, Alex college as my flex. Thank you. Collins. He was. I think he has some practice issues this week. I wanna make sure he practices today before leading on him, but he's the better of the two banks because Miller has done a terrible job and I could balking arch protect us mentioning. He's not doing well. That's why they're starting to move some of the workloads away from him over to over to blue. So I think that would Miller trending, downward that win as long as Collins's healthy today. I think that's an easy choice. Coming up Los Angeles this time and Walter Walter, you're on with Casey, Joyner. Good morning. Everybody I need to p p r league Crabtree versus Cleveland, really versus pit. Mike Williams versus Oakland. Can you steal versus syncing need to. Need to Allah boy. Like really that I just don't think they're going to give them enough carries. They're, they're talking about giving con Amore cares which they should. And I just don't think he's gonna get quite enough. Their crab to Williams and stills of the three. I probably trust. I like Crabtree the most every he's not a vertical receiver, but in the p. p. r. I'll take him between Williams and stills. Williams has more upside than still does because the chargers have a fantastic blocking just week. In fact, there they have the largest blocking edge of any team in the league. So I think we're going to have all day to throw. So I'm probably gonna take Williams. When you look at it, stay with the charges for a minute. When you look at the offense align LA chargers in not rivers with Delvin, but Ingram at the running back spot holiday four fair this week that I didn't get you in that in that matchup they, they've got a fantastic edge charges are seventh and my run block congratulate here. And they've been terrible about that in and pastures. Gordon always had to do it without getting much blocking help. They've given them a ton of blocking this year forty eight pump over time. You couldn't give blocking Carey, so they're very good in pass blocking as well. The ranked sixty my run and pass blocking grades and the raiders have they have f- Braise impasse. Rushing overall fund seven, and they were only couple percentage points of getting enough grade and run defense. I'll put every charter my lineup by Canada's, Gordon put rivers. I put in key now on, I like Acura. I like Mike Williams. I mean, I'm trying to get as many charges. I can't in my life because I think they could get forty points as a team ESPN senior NFL and fantasy analyst taking your questions for your fantasy football team. This weekend red Lynn's. This time and Brian, Brian, you're on of Casey. Hey, what's going on guys? Longtime listener, first-time caller. I got two part question number one. Do I start stuff on digs and PR or came in Allan Emma number to die start, you agrees or Philip rivers. Thank you. Gene digs and Allen you get to and why does she were once there? It's really embarrassment of riches as far as those to go. I gotta say I was talking to Allen on a real like Alan, he I've got him barely ready to head of dig zone because digs I've got. I've got him system. I my wide receiver charge. You can find a way to rank us by the way and the ESPN dot com and ESPN's fancy section. I've got him read. It's slightly hit a digs. I think they've okay, fantastic numbers. But I probably go Allen for that forementioned blocking edge in-between breezy rivers. The saints had terrible won't block in the first couple of weeks, throw the ball, and I don't think they want to do. They England comes back this week. The run block has been much better the last two weeks. So I think we're going to be running about whole lot more rivers has that aforementioned blocking it. So I go rivers TC. What about Cooper Cup? I mean, what would you do with him if you have him on your roster right now? Does he in the line of every single week may had a big week last week against Minnesota, or did you see one of those guys? You don't even think about it. He's just in every week. Now as in every week back the Rams receivers. This week, I love that matchup against Seattle for number reasons. I think see how the secondary's not quite as good fact. Seattle, it's funny. They rank twelfth or better in fantasy points without running backs, quarterbacks. Tight end and wide receivers. And yet I've got Rams receivers. I've got cooks rate at twelve ago woods rated tenth or and I've got Cup rated fourteenth. I mean they're all wide receiver ones or twos this week because I just think that's the other secondary. I think their numbers are skewed by who they've played. Those numbers are going to take a big hit this week eight, seven, seven, seven, ten ESPN. If you've got a question for Casey, join in your fantasy football lineup, this weekend. The would Indy into your on with Casey Joyner. What's going on. I just wanted to know if I should start Ingram since he's coming back this week. Definitely absolutely. Would want would wanna start Ingram. I mentioned that in the first couple weeks season New Orleans had horrible run blocking. It was really the bottom. Like I think six in the league is how bad it was, which is surprising for that team Gmail. Well, they block last year. They're blocking it last year's pace. The last couple of games. I don't think they wanna do. They wanna wear Kamar on there probably gave them more carries than they wanted to. 'cause Gillislee didn't pan out. So I think with Ingram back, they're gonna make that a platoon that can he'll get fifteen carries at least that love the matchup. So I've got him as Rb to this week, going through as many phone calls as we can. Let's go to guard Dina and Aaron, Aaron, you're on with Casey. What's going on Aaron. A football scientists got flacco and the Bortles who to start back on Bordeaux's wouldn't think that would be good options coming in the season, but their vote actually very good options. This week I've got Bortles rated slightly higher because Kansas City secondary is terrible there banged up probably missing their strong safety, Eric berry again. So as much as they can both keep you to Bortles upside more and I got him going this week KC do I take Dak Prescott or Watson. Gotta go gotta, go Watson, that one. I don't really like the matchup for him this week. I think there are about their pass blocking is among the worst in the league in TAOs will get a lot of pressure, but he just has home run hitters in receiving core and Dak doesn't index not run of all that much either. So gotta go watch on that one Irvine, this time, Irvine, and Tucker, Tucker, you're on with Casey. Joyner what's up? What's up guys, a fight on key. Unfortunately, I have two tween standardly a buck Alan and idea co. Well, thank you. Oh, that is a tough call. I got really is buck out and then crow l.. I would probably go and that one given the way that they're performing, that offensive line's performance. I probably like about Baltimore and that one and plus two Baltimore offices just more powerful. And I would think that that would be a good tie-breaker there, but that's some really rough options. Last one in Palmdale Ed Carlos Carlos. You're on with Casey. Joyner. Good morning. Katie question Cam you in or Matt Ryan, should I tried to leave looking at getting rid of a rob gronkowski. Getting rid of Brock, the amazing we're thinking that, but probably getting rid of gronk is the tight end position is exceptionally thin this year. The drop off from the top. In fact, I had gronk rated fit this week and I might read it on lower given how he was performing, but who else might gonna put in front of them. I got read George kills the number seven tight end on my board this week I in it. He's he's good, but he's not great. So as thin as tight end is unless you can get a starting tight end return former wouldn't drop him between Newton and Ryan this week, I knew a lot, but Ryan's going up in Pittsburgh matchup Pittsburgh, secondary's banged up, Atlanta secondary's banged up it up seventy between those two teams. I definitely get every player I can and their Ryan being top on that list. He's the football scientists, ESPN senior NFL and fantasy analysts. We talked to him every single Friday. Casey, thank you very much. Appreciate it. You got it. You wanna get in early, we get through as many as we can. But if you get in early, got a much better chance of getting your question answered by Casey, so forget every Friday would talk to Casey. We'll talk to him. We from now five dollar Trojans baby fight on by week by week, indeed, get excited key. We are going to whip around the NFL. That's what we're calling it. The whip. Right? Whip. Pig skin peeling pillow back of something that's coming up next there it is. Our friend the the squeezer week, five of the NFL season kicked off last night. Beaten the cold stick and look at what else is going on game number one, the. Timing hate that sound the dolphins in the Bengals a match up a three and one teams. The dolphins feel fake three and one the Bengals feel like they might be legit three and what I think the Bengals are legit three and well, football team. Marvin Lewis has got things turned around, shifted his staff around, got new position coaches to help him out. But Andy, Dalton is plant pretty good football right now. AJ green bit catch against Atlanta last week. When you shifted the Miami Dolphins, they got demolished up in New England that just goes to show you what a great football club, New England Patriots isn't what a bad football team. Potentially the Miami Dolphins could be an week division. How long do you ride a guy like Ryan tannehill these big. He's been there a minute and they've been terrible with him. When when do you decide enough is enough and move on from ago when you look at it though, for what is worth Travis? What are the quarterbacks are out there that you can acquire? I mean in the free agent market where you're gonna sign Sam, Bradford we're gonna pay, Kirk cousins, a bunch of money, like where you going after case keenum. Ame-. What so when you look at it, there's not a lot of options. Yeah, you could. Essentially traded for teddy Bridgewater, but the New Orleans Saints stepped up to the plate because drew Brees will be gone out of the NFL here in the next couple years. Cleveland back home one, two and one taking on division leading Baltimore three and won the ravens. Arguably maybe the biggest surprise where they are at three and one. Well, I'm thinking of big surprise because how they ended last year and they've been missing the playoffs. He of recent coach was on a hot seat a year ago. The owner came up public and you said he thought about potentially moving on from from horrible ball at at the head coaching spot. But when you look at the Cleveland when you look at Joe flacco who's playing pretty good football right now, he goes up against Cleveland, Brown football team retu- rejuvenate a little bit has a dominant defense in my opinion, as young still learning how to play football bunch of youth on that side of the ball. But I think it'll be too much for Cleveland to handle Baltimore should witness game kind of going away. What about with bigger Mayfield is as the he came in, there was so much energy. And then all of a sudden he actually was pretty good in Oakland, but it feels like there's going to be a correct. He's a rookie quarterback. We saw with darnold looks great, and then it kind of back slides. That's what's going to happen. You get a few games out on you, the understand what you are now, and they'll put the clips together as preseason games and put the clips together when he replaced tyrod Taylor. And they're also have a full game of the Oakland raider game, which I thought was pretty good for a rookie, but yet and still Travis. They understand what he is. He's just a rookie. So I'm sure that they'll get after him. Don't talk over the pig. Steelers their season could arguably be on the line this week. I know it's only the fifth week of the season, but at one, two and one, they've got the falcons coming in the falcons also a surprising what in three, they're supposed to be a good team. If they go one four, that's a wrap. It is a rapid, especially in this division is division has historically been a log jam. When you look at who's in there, they can't afford to lose football games that they should win against the Atlanta Falcons courses for whatever reason. They're not a good football team overall. Right now, the seemed like they, they could get it turned around, but yet and still they fall short every single time. Steve Sarkisian the offense aside a ball just hasn't been able to get it done. He's a guy. Will probably be on a hot seat because I'm sure that Dan queens not gonna lose his job messing around with Steve Sarkisian. On the flip side, talking about losing jobs, Mike, Tomlin, going one and four. I think a lot of people will start to say, well, maybe his time is up if Pittsburgh and that happens. He he's a great coach, maybe him to move on. I, I have a prediction for this game, gentlemen, one, three and one. Not one in four. Yes. I think Julio Jones might actually catch a touchdown, pass breaking news that's going up against the. He's going up against the Pittsburgh secondary that is not going up against bad secondary's the last twenty five games only scored three. But for this one I think he can. I think he can do it. I think he'll do it the loser of that game, or they've done for the year, I think so Carolina New Orleans and Baltimore, and. Let me Cleveland. Maybe. I guess. Cincinnati. I'm sorry right here in LA the chargers. Stub hub are going to be on the road against the raiders. The raiders come in one and three. They make it two in a row. The raiders are not favored by. They know if they were not because it's a home game for them whole team used sometimes a favorites about is the raiders raiders football team, but they've been closing games, I think San Diego. I think the San Diego Chargers. I think the l. a. charges or a lot better. I think that when you look at Philip rivers, Keenan Allen Ingram and if they can get Bosa going, this team could make some run later on in the year. Okay. You said a second ago, the raiders are bad for, are they? I know they're not a good team, but are they a bad team teams lose bad teams to me. Look like teams like the Houston Texans, the Miami are what your record say, you Bhakti. There's nothing about them being in all four, these. There's no silver lining that this one right. Talking about a couple of teams that are not where we thought it would be the eagles are five hundred to into their at home against the Vikings one two and one that we could throw the Vikings in the pile to with with Chicago's going the way the Green Bay's going the Vikings lose this when they could be buried, you know, like like Seattle, I like the Vikings. I think when you look at them whatever's wrong with their defense, I believe in Zuma believe he can get it corrected a no Everson Griffen hadn't played in the last couple of weeks. They've lost some steam. They're on the defensive front. Anthony Barr got torched by the Rams, but in the passing game, they did put too much pressure on Jared Goff. I think when you look at this course and win situation coming in, not necessarily disrupting Nick foles because Nick foles wasn't playing great, but he's getting used to playing football. Again, coming off an ACO injury, it takes a minute to get to your old cell there in Philadelphia, which is a tough environment to play there too. And to just like most of the teams within that division. But at one and two, Minnesota Vikings can afford to drop another one with Green Bay Chicago plan as well as they have. Carolina at home too, in one against the giants who are one in three, and I would just wonder how many more games we're going to go through this before the giants realized that they should have drafted Sam darnold. Well, I think that they realize they should have drafted Sam darnold, but they were not going to do. They're going to be stubborn and they were gonna play the New York favorite game manning this manning that he's a made man. He didn't want to do it a new general manager coming in and doing exactly what the last general manager and a head coach did by mcadoo by benching, Eli manning, essentially given him a ticket out of town. The new general manager didn't want to put himself in that position. Travis where he drafts a quarterback in sensually since a note to ally manning by saying this is pretty much your last chance. But a you're out of here. They didn't want to do that. So he took, say, calm, Barkley to safe, pick for him. He now could say, look, I got ally, but this year coming up, they'll be going after just in her from Oregon. I promise you that. Battle of Texas teams the Texans in Houston, hosting the Cowboys. The Cowboys are two and two and Raj of the Cowboys win this game. Amend under it and your boy, Jason GARRETT'S get an extension. I wish I could talk. Here's my message to the Cowboys being a cowboy fan, be pictured gentlemen. We cannot afford to win this game. We need to do everything we can to make sure we'd lose this game because we cannot afford to be over three hundred at this point in the season and give Jason Garrett a vote of confidence. Let's go out there and lose. Let's go. It's so funny when you look at the Houston Texas day to have been in games this year and just lose by touch now, feel type situation. They're not getting blown out of games or anything, but when they're not applying the type of pressure that they have in a pass from a defensive standpoint, they're gonna lose games, Shawn, Watson, still learning how to play quarterback. Another guy who's coming off an ACO injury of a year ago, then you swift, you flip to the Dallas Cowboys running the football, just run the ball. Man don't even don't even try to throw the ball just trying to ball you Zeki. Oh, Elliot, thirty five times your nephew, Michael Thomas in the saints, Monday night football, the Redskins and the saints that weird game to open against Tampa feels like it's a long time ago. They've looked really good since then they have. They've gotten it turned around and he's looked really good. Catching a football from drew Brees. He's gonna have a tall order going up against Josh Norman quarterback from the Washington Redskins. I'll be interested to see how that matchup goals. We'll be tuned in for that one because I think my nephew get the best Josh. But what do I know? I never played the position. What do you know? What does key? No. All right. The dodger was saying that damn noise peak is getting them a nerves. Well, you gotta pull back to pigskin sometimes it's gonna make some noise whip around y'all. Gonna have Pete how Fronton his building. Dodgers will be near, oh, behind Hyun. Jin Ryu last night, Clinton Kershaw going tonight. We'll get into that.

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096 - Q2-2021 Biotech Earnings - Commercial-Stage Biotech Suffers!

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096 - Q2-2021 Biotech Earnings - Commercial-Stage Biotech Suffers!

"Hey everybody and welcome breaking biotech. Thanks for being with me here today. My name is man. If you liked the show you can help. By clicking the like or subscribe button you can also donate using the patient like the description below some bladder vladimir back. And i've got a great show for everybody today we're gonna be talking about the highlights from the q. Two twenty twenty one earnings reports that we saw from all sorts of different companies. So i'm going to go through between ten fifteen different companies that i'm interested in and talk about the different things that came up in their earnings reports for q two so going to be a little bit of a different style. Show than i'm used to. But i think it'll be very interesting for all of us so for i get into that. I just want to thank everybody for their attention and all the engagement that i get on twitter and the youtube channel so please keep it up and with that. Let's just get right into the show. And the first company. I want to talk about is by jin which is a real favorite of mine ticker symbol b. I believe and they're sitting at a fifty billion dollar market cap and what we heard is that they announced q to revenue of two point. Seven eight billion dollars and this is compared to twenty twenty cutie revenue of three point six eight billion so huge decline there and that is mostly due to a decrease in their ms revenue of twenty four percent year over year. And if you remember. When i went through the biogen episode i did. The majority of their revenue comes from their ms franchise and since the lawsuit against by jin was in favor of the generic companies including mylan they have launched generic versions of tech der which are now at risk because by genus filed an appeal. And what this means is that these generic companies are going to be able to sell their generic version of tech era at the risk of biogen winning on appeal in which case Going to be able to litigate against them for patent infringement. So during this time at which we don't know what the status of the appeal is gonna be biden's gonna start losing. Ms franchise market share pretty quickly to these generic companies. So we're starting to see this now with these abysmal. M s numbers now. The company did increase their guidance for the rest of the fiscal year. Only by about two hundred to three hundred million dollars so not a huge amount but they said that. This is due to better-than-expected ms sales. So who knows what's going on there but really the bulk of the call was the excitement around the addy home commercialization efforts and now just to say the amount of home revenue was only like one or two million dollars so very much a drop in the pan not very impressive so far. But it's because all of these infrastructure efforts need to take place in order to get hospitals up and running in order to treat patients now. The one thing that came up a lot on the call was the reimbursement efforts and with the company says that medicare and medicaid services which is known as cms. This is the federal national organization has opened a national coverage determination analysis. And what this is going to do is going to allow them to decide whether or not they're going to establish a national coverage policy for a beta lowering. Antibodies and so now that there's finally at a beta lowering product on the market. The cms needs to decide what they're gonna do with these drugs since now. Potentially other ones may be approved as well. The proposed decision should becoming within six months. And there's five different scenarios that can happen. They can range from absolutely no coverage all the way to full coverage and then there's some intermediate decisions that are different based on the type of specialists that can allow a patient to be treated with adam. How the company mentioned that there is no example of an fda approved drug not being covered by the cms in the last fifteen years so that's very encouraging and then they also mentioned that in the limbo timeframe between now and when we see the cms decision they expect that the local affiliates called the medicare administrative contractors and medicare advantage are going to cover at home in the meantime and they cite. What happened with her t- therapies. That also went through this. Cms ncd analysis and they said that those treatments those prescriptions were approved by the mac. The local affiliates medicare so. That's good news at least in the short term but really this upcoming decision is going to be huge for the company if they get no coverage. Obviously we'd see some major downside in full coverage. I think would lead to an upswing in the in the price the company also mentioned that they're starting to see prior authorization approvals which is good news and they're saying that there are already samak mac avenue helm claims observed. They know yet about the payment situation since obviously takes a really long time but it is encouraging that things are moving when it comes to the actual infrastructure up. They're talking about working with a lot of hospitals locally to figure out what they're gonna do in terms of setting up infusion centers because this isn't really a normal thing for neuro science departments to have in that it's gonna take some effort to really set up how they're going to treat patients since this drug treatment involves in infusion so those are kinda novel things that by needs to set up with these different hospitals and different clinics that are going to offer at home now adding home set aside by did announce before this earnings report some top line data from their collaboration with jonas and this is an aso treatment targeting tau and they were able to show that treatment with this aso was able to lower tau which is another kind of protein associated with alzheimer's progression. So this was nice news. It's very early data. But it is positive and then they announced that the drug band two four zero one also known as 'la canham was awarded breakthrough designation and this drug was also able to reduce a beta to a pretty significant degree even though the cognitive benefits weren't quite there and that's what my critique was when i did a video in bantu four zero one long long ago and it seems like now it doesn't really matter if there's a clinical benefit since you can get approval just lowering a data. So that's kind of where the bar is set right now for all of these companies when they're looking at trying to get alzheimer's drug to market the company also mentioned that they're going to be doing another three point six billion dollars worth buybacks for the rest of twenty twenty one and this is going to put upward pressure on the stock is going to be about eleven million shares. That they're going to buy back which you know as we know has a very nice tailwind for the stock price. So it's for these reasons. Why i like holding Here and i think we're going to slowly trickle back up. Obviously the ncd decision is going to be huge cash for the company. And there's a couple of things coming up as well. There's the phase three trial and this is in collaboration with ionas. It's a compound called tofu persson and it's an anti sense drug against saad wine. Sod one is associated with ls so they saw positive data. Here i think we'd see a little bit of a move in the stock. There's also a phase three for major depressive disorder and this is the coral study which is in collaboration with sage. This i think is probably priced to failure. But it's going to have a larger effect on sage than it is on vijen so i'm not gonna be focusing on this too much now. One thing that. I didn't mention in my previous by jin. Video is this Decision so after mylan won the case in i think mid twenty twenty by jin has appealed it and we're still waiting for that decision. If biogen can win the appeal all of that potential revenue. That's going to be loss which we're seeing right now. Can all be regained until the patent actually spires which i think they still have a few years on so this would drive some upward pressure on the stock. I think the companies actually priced to not win the appeal. Because i think the odds of appeal at very low. So i'm not too worried about that decision but it is something to keep in mind that we could see at any point. So that's by. Jin sort of encouraging were still hovering around the three hundred and forty dollars price point and i'm willing pretty decent position moving on let's talk about a company called chica ticker symbol bc l. And they were down. Forty percents since i think a few weeks ago and this is more so on the news of their phase one clinical update rather than the earnings report. But they're trading at around a two hundred million dollar market cap and they presented initial clinical data from their phase one trial of our one one in select advanced solitude mors and it's really a basket of solid tumors. Check out the press release for more details. It's kind of all over the place but the point here was to see if we can get any real clinical activity and they did a three plus three trial design. And if you don't know what that is it's a way of slowly increasing the dose different patients waiting to see if there's gonna be some kind of safety signal before we move onto the next group and if there is some kind of safety signal you do another three patients to see what comes from that. They looked at twenty. Six patients in each of these patients had an average of five prior lines of treatment before so heavily pre-treated patients and also just mentioned in this three plus three design. They're starting at. The lowest does so patients that have been treated the longest when we see these. Interim analyses are only being treated with the lowest dose. So the bar is actually really low for this kind of trial to see some positive data because the highest does patients have been treated for the shortest amount of time having said that. Here's what the data show and in terms of safety and we should touch on this. I eight out of twenty. Four patients had at least one grade three or higher adverse event. So right out of the gate. We're seeing some relatively negative safety signals. Some of the grade. Three adverse events were spiritually failure where we saw two and then to headsets so the antibody treatment is having an effect on the lungs as well as the immune system where are susceptible to infection. There's a great for adverse event which was a hugh spiritual failure so kind of concerning here that something so bad like respiratory failure is happening this often that i think the companies can have to figure out what to do here if there's some way that they can treat this respiratory failure or they're going to have to maintain a lower dose than is ideal for this treatment now for the efficacy. They saw eight at twenty patients had achieved stable disease and in those eight patients for them. Had tumor reduction the rest of the patients. Twelve out of twenty had progressive disease and in the next slide. I'll touch on the how they're spinning this to make. It seem like it's relatively positive but eight. Twenty isn't an amazing stable disease result and we didn't see any that had a complete response or partial response so it is what it is again. Keep in mind that most of these patients are on the lower than is ideal dose and patients that have been treated the longest earned the highest dose. The one we would expect the most activity so even with that. I'd say this is kind of a mixed to negative result. They also mentioned biomarkers correllated properly with this study so markers of disease progression kinda went down and markers that you want to see went up in the patients that responded so that's nice but isn't really essential comes to this. We really want to see whether or not patients are seeing that tumor reduction in terms of upcoming capless. In part of the reason. Why sold my position. Was that the next. Updates are not coming until around mid twenty twenty two the phase. One b monotherapy dose expansion at the thirty minutes per keg isn't going to be ready until maybe cute you twenty twenty two and then they're also to be starting some combination trials with key true and some other compounds but they're not going to start enrolling until q. Four twenty twenty one so for those reasons. I think it's worth holding the position. Because the catalysts are gonna be so thin between now. And then i wanted to touch on some of the specifics here where there might be a bit of silver lining and what they touched on in this figure is. They separated patients based on eighty. Rc one zero one target expression and they did this by h score and i believe this is a history score where they stain the tumor with an antibody against this target that they're looking at. At cr eight t. r. c. one one and they're able to quantify the amount of expression on the tumor section and they split up patients based on those that had an h. score of fifty or higher which means that there's more eighty are c. one expression in that sample compared to those that are h. Score of below fifty. Meaning that. there's not very much expression of eighty one and what you would expect. Is that for patients that have a higher h score. You'd expect that an antibody against this target would have in effect in these patients compared to those that had a low h score. And we've seen this with other checkpoint. Inhibitors like he true to those that have high. Pd one expression are more likely to respond. What we see here is that of fifteen resist invaluable participants with h. Scores six patients had an age score of fifty or higher and nine patients had an age score of below fifty and then of those that had an h. score fifty and above three of them achieved stable disease whereas those that didn't have a high score only one out of nine achieve stable disease. So they're trying to say that if you have this high h. Score you're more likely to respond now. It is only a stable disease. But like i said these are heavily appreciated patients than it is tough to get any kind of response out of them and when we see any updates in the future these stable disease patients could end up going towards something like a partial response and it could just be that the treatment lanc takes a while before we see a response so these are some nuances of cancer treatments. That are tough to assess the snapshot of the data. Like we see today the other thing. I'll just mention is that. It seems like they're trying to massage the data a little bit. They're using a two sided exact wilcoxson rank some which is a non parametric test and is not usually the kind of statistical analysis. You do for something like this. I feel like a paired. T test would work just fine and it probably wouldn't have shown a p. value below zero five but they wanted to get a win here and they did with a two sided wilcox and ranked some at which showed a p. value below point point zero five. But i wouldn't take this to significant. And the other thing i would say is critique of this is why didn't they just select patients that had an age score of at least fifty so they said that. Hey at least. In this patient population we can see pretty big effect or not now obviously downside to that which is maybe this drug would have an effect patients that had low h scores. So there's many ways to spin it. But i sold the position. I wasn't holding a huge. I'm position when i when i got into the catalyst i sold after this because i don't feel like it's worth holding given that there's not many cow what's going on but in mid twenty twenty two might look at it again and we can reanalyze from there the next company i to talk about is one call arena ticker symbol a. Up age and they're sitting in her and fifteen dollars per share around two billion dollar merger cat and this company. I'm not gonna spend too much time on. But their compound vaucluse sporran or look. Kindness was approved for treatment of adults. With lupus nephritis in came in january. Twenty twenty one and so really arena is a commercialization story and as we've seen over and over again it's been very tough for smid biotechs to really commercialize any drug successfully now. What came out after q one was a real disappointing sales number. Only eight hundred eighty four thousand dollars in revenue and the stock dropped pre precipitously after that in the time between then and now there's been a few late random being spread that arena was gonna get bought out and we'd seen some spikes that went up and down. We saw them remove their ticker from the toronto stock exchange because they did have an office in canada so people posited that perhaps this was a sign that the company was going to get acquired since it's something that companies do is remove their ticker from different exchanges. But we haven't seen that yet now. What led you big increase in the price after all this was that the q. Two numbers came in at six point. Five nine one million dollars which is a pretty big improvement from the eighty. Four thousand that we saw you wine so investors were very surprised at this. They mentioned that they had four hundred. Fifteen patients start forms of is sixty percent increase from q one and this leads now. A total of eight hundred year to date patient star forms. The other thing company did was issued guidance for twenty twenty one and they said they're going to generate forty to fifty million dollars in revenue. Which is kinda surprising for company at this stage. You rarely see a company. That's kind of a smid. Biotech offer guidance. So i wonder if they are seeing very good adoption. And does that also mean that these could potentially be sandbag numbers in that in the third quarter. Fourth-quarter we're going to be without do fifty million. I'm not sure it's very interesting. So i'm still holding my position. I think i'm down like five to ten percent on the stock but it's interesting to see this commercialization stories start to develop and actually developed in the positive which is very rare in any company that have invested in. That's a smid cat biotech. that's at the commercial stage. The company did mention that their partner aut zucca has submitted for marketing authorization for european approval. So they can get that. That would obviously be pretty bush for the company my opinion since though they're gonna to another company during their commercialization efforts in europe so that's arena one nice bright spot in the commercial stage biotech space and with that let's talk about tgi therapeutics ticker symbol. T. g. t. x. And the company's sitting at twenty two dollars share right now giving them a margaret cap of three point. Three billion dollars now. The stock declined quite a bit on this earnings report. And i think it's a multifactorial thing. Their revenue from you connick came in at one point five million dollars and just reminder that you connick is approved for second line in greater marginal zone informat as fourth line in greater fully lymphoma. And so i think. When i did my calculations in the past i think the combination of these two indications i probably gave a total addressable market of something like one point five billion if they achieved one hundred percent penetration. Now obviously though it's extremely generous and the more likely addressable market given all the competition is probably something like six hundred seven hundred fifty million so them coming in at one point. Five million may have been a shock to some investors that were expecting more adoption from their sales team. They mentioned also that they gave away thirty. Five percent of the drug for free and this to me is in super surprising given the climate. We're in right now. Makes it very difficult. For sales people to even get in front of doctors let alone converting them to actually prescribing physicians. So i think what the sales team is reduced doing is reducing the cost of the drug for free which is encouraging doctors and patients to come together and decide to try it and this short term squeezed i think is going to help them in the long term because patients are going to be convinced that it works and doctors are then going to feel more comfortable using this in their future patients. So i think it is an unfortunate thing right now but given the environment that we're in i don't see this is necessarily a bad thing because they are to get doctors to be convinced that it's worth prescribing. This drought after the trial run potentially for free the h. One hundred twenty one revenue from yukon came in at two point. Three million dollars in this is around. Four months worth of sales. The net loss for q two was seventy eight point five million in the cash and cash equivalents of around four hundred fifty six point two million dollars. The other thing that i think may have shocked. Investors is that t. gte x. Guided one billion dollars worth of sales in twenty twenty five and now most of the time. Investors are kind of projecting one year two years into the future and they have a three or four year projection as well but for the company to guide one billion in twenty twenty five. I think they've been a bit of a shock and it would have preferred to see that one billion number in say twenty twenty three and the company also mentioned that. It was a fifty. Fifty split between the oncology franchise in the ms franchise agencies in the question and answer section. That this came up. And i'm not sure how investors are gonna take this because on the one hand the ms franchise credence which is going to be Competitor for some ab is generating billions of revenue today. So i think investors are surprised. They're not going to see more adoption. Tacoma ms and then on the other hand they know that you to is hopefully going to be approved for cll which is a huge patient population. Compared to 'em zeal. Nfl and that all of those colleges sales is only gonna be around five hundred million dollars. So i think the combination of this was a bit of a surprise to investors and for this reason was a bit of a scare when it came to the sell off in what led to this big declined to twenty dollars a share now. I think there's some bright spots here and this might be a good price point to get in on the one hand. I think that the drug being given away for free is a short term loss in that it's going to be made up multiple. Fold in the future. Due to my reasons that allen before i think that the approval for cll is very likely to occur the approval for toxin. Abbas very likely to occur even though that's not going to be until well into twenty twenty two they're also going to be releasing some interesting data coming out in the later parts of the year. The one interesting data said is from the triple combination of youtube plus fanatic lax. And this is going to be in. Cll in so far. The data's looked pretty good in the early trials. They did so. I think this is going to be pretty interesting. And then they're also going to be releasing some cd. Forty forty-seven clinical data either in the early prior. Twenty twenty two or we're gonna see this in q. Four so i'm gonna think about adding a position maybe in the later parts of q. Three and hope to see some upside. After we see you know maybe an improvement in the sales numbers from yukon. Or this data. Set that we're gonna see later in the year so the other thing. I'm going to be having michael weiss on the show so if you have any questions please let me know very soon. Because he's going to be coming on in the short term so that's ctx unfortunate decline. But i think long term. They're going to be okay. Speaking of more oncology companies carry a farm is another one that suffered a serious decline in the last little while ticker symbol kp ti and they're trading at four dollars. Eighty eight cents a share. I'm down like sixty percent on my position. Giving them a market cap of around three hundred seventy million dollars and the reason for this largely in my opinion is the adoption has been abysmal. There cutie revenue from expo vio or Next door was twenty point. Two million dollars. This is only an eight percent year over year increase. Their net loss was fifty three point six million and they have cash of two hundred thirty nine million dollars now. Market cap is quickly approaching their cash. And so at this four dollars and eighty cents a share. It's going to be a turnaround story. Eventually and i just worry that the share price is going to have to get below the cash value before we're going to finally see exhaustion selling and then we're going to finally see some buying come in but for me right now. The story is going to be on the top line. Data coming from their phase. Three study in enemy trio cancer. I think that seeing positive data here is really the only thing that's gonna save the stock unless the new ceo. Richard paulson can come in and really get this commercial team going but it seems to me like the side effect profile. Which is the barriques for why. This drug isn't going to be success. Is kind of coming to fruition. Here the cuban. A section of sales call was pretty uncomfortable with the company trying to repeat himself on their initiatives to try and develop it commercially. But for me. I just think that the multiple myeloma market is pretty saturated and for a drug. Like sonic sorta come in. They're not able to convince doctors to prescribe it and i think that that's one of the difficult things right now. And that if we can see some good data in their phase three maybe this turn it around but for me it's It's gonna be a sell pretty soon. And i think that until the story changes. It's not worth taking position. But i'm going to hold through this readout and if it's positive go sell on that news and otherwise. I don't know if i'm willing to wait much longer for the company to try to turn the commercial team around and start actually selling this drug so that's kp ti very unfortunate. But it is what it is. I think this has been part of the lesson on wyman stop investing in commercial stage biotech. I think for me. Even investing in companies that are pdf as stage. Isn't really worth it because we've seen so many times that they'll get approved from the fda stock sells off a whole bunch so for me. It's gonna be playing the run-up into data readouts as well as the readouts themselves. Moving forward with that. Let's talk about another on college. Company called curious ticker symbol cri s and they're sitting at a share price of seminars in fifty five cents each giving them a market cap of six hundred ninety million dollars now. The company reported a q. To twenty twenty one revenue. And i had no idea. They had a revenue producing asset of two point. Three million and this is a royalty revenue due to everage sales. Some collaboration with another company the net loss in q two was ten point. Eight million and they have a cash position now of one hundred sixty point seven million dollars and this company for those don't know have an iraq four inhibitor. And it's an interesting asset has shown a lot of progress in md esser am l. Now the company has reported a few updates on it already and so one day. I'm going to caution about future updates in am l. md. Is that as we get more data unless that data is remarkably more impressive. It's probably not gonna lead to a big increase in the stock price and referencing the company. Trillium here that was showing. The same update would non-hodgkin them foam data and we really didn't see a respective increase in the price unless the data showed to be that much more impressive but the company has three upcoming readouts by the year. End of twenty twenty one. They're going to update us with their iraq. Four inhibitor a four nine four eight in am l. Mdis patients with spices. Oh mutation that results in a barren splicing long genyk iraq for l. So i think it'll be interesting to see how the results play out with patients that have this mutation in the spice zone in those that. Don't to see how it shakes out. Because i think that if a company is able to see effectiveness of the molecule in am l. m. s. patients with this mutation as well as patients. That don't have spices mutation. It could apply to a larger patient population. Which i think was something that was in question when they first produced some data. So my point being is that this is going to be interesting. Update that i'm watching for the next update that they're going to report on is from initial safety data from their ongoing phase one monotherapy of their one asset. See i eight nine nine. Three which targets a protein called vista and this is in relapsed and refractory solid tumors. So it's gonna be interesting to see here. I think that The possibility of failure is extremely high here. But if there's any kind of bright spot to suggest some kind of future development. I think there could be a lot of upside so maybe looking for that as well now. The one thing that. I'm a little curious about is where they're gonna report initial data at a medical meeting from their ongoing phase one two combination study of a four nine eight plus it bruton it in patients with b. cell cancers so i assume they're talking about their non hodgkin lymphoma trials and originally what they said was that in. Non hodgkin invoke the looking at c. A four nine four in monotherapy as well as a four nine four eight plus a bruton it so. I'm not sure what to make of this. I assume the monotherapy study is still ongoing. And they're also doing this combination. Study so i don't know what to make it. And they also pushed the date so originally was going to be in the latter half of twenty twenty one and it's now pushed to the first half of twenty twenty two so that's curious right now not much else going on in the way of updates from these guys. The next company wants to talk about is called by excel and their ticker symbols. Pta trading at twenty four dollars and sixty cents share giving them a market cap of jewish. Shy seven hundred million dollars now. The company is working on a number of different things. They have an ai driven mechanism to come up with compounds that have been successful in acute agitation. And they're also looking at different cancer indications but those studies are pretty early. The company's may show successful data But they're able to also get killed in the stock price because they raise funds at very inopportune moment. So i'm down quite a bit in the position there. To twenty twenty one loss is twenty seven million dollars and they're sitting on a cash position of around two hundred seventy three million dollars now. There's not much in the way of updates from these guys. But i do want to mention the one readout. That's coming out. That i think is really interesting. And this is going to be data from adenocarcinoma cohort of phase. One b to study of seven one n. Trudeau in aggressive forms of prostate cancer. And this is gonna be coming up in the next month or two they q. Three twenty twenty one. And i think this could be a huge movie for the stock. It's obviously a high risk high reward situation. But i think that it could bring the stock price back into the one to one point. Five billion dollar market cap range and i'm probably going to sell the position either way after this and the reason for this. This is not much in the way catalysts. They're going to be initiating a face three in acute agitation dementia patients in q. Four of this year. And i love the play the data readout on that. But i don't think there's going to be much movement in the initiation pedia fe date of january fifth for acute agitation in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. And i think it's probably going to get approval but the thing is with pd ufa dates. We've seen that companies approval and the sell off happens immediately after because once you're commercial stage small slash mid cap biotech. the selling pressure is very much overwhelming. And it's tough to get out of that. So i'm thinking that i'm trying to get out of this. Bt a position and hopefully with a positive cancer readout. It'll be my opportunity. So that's bio excel. Not much else to say with that and with that. Let's move on to reject bio ticker symbol. Rg x. they're trading at around thirty one dollars a share given the market cap of one point three billion there q. Two twenty twenty one revenue was twenty two million in this do zoll gentleman revenue and Avarice which has acquired that asset reported. Three hundred fifteen million dollars for agenda their net loss for q two was fifty seven point six million and they're sitting on a cash position of five hundred ninety three million dollars now. The thing that i'm most excited for with regina expire is the continuation of their supercrew. It'll trials and i've talked about this before. But i'm reiterating again now. They are moving ahead with their sub retinal injection for energy through four and the two pivotal studies in wet amd their enrollment is ongoing for the first of these two trials. And they're going to start in the second one. I believe in the beginning of twenty twenty two the most exciting readouts for me in the back half of this year though come from the wet. Amd face to study of supercrew. It'll injection of rg three on four. And they're going to be presenting interim data from their cohort. One which is two point five times ten to the eleven genome copies for and they're going to present this. The retinal society fifty four meeting which i think is happening on october first is when the dx through and four presentations going to be now the core to which is double that dose is going to be presented in q. Four maybe some kind of press release or something like that. But i want people. To note that the dosing from cohort one is the equivalent of cohort five. Indy rg extra on four phase. One slash two trial. Now obviously the dosing is gonna be a little bit different. Perhaps between sub retinal supercrew royal. But they're starting point is pretty high in my opinion and because super coil is basically babe. The back of the eye with this compound. I think that the results from this could be very impressive. The data that we saw from clear side with their super cradle injection of a different compound showed pretty positive data. So i think that delivery mechanism is basically security here and then the data that we saw from sabrina injection of our four secures. The part of efficacy. That i think we're actually gonna see delivery of the compound to the retinal cells. Where they're going to be able to express the antibody jeff antibody helping out with amd. So i think this is a pretty low risk but high reward. Read out that we're gonna see here. The other thing that's coming out is that in q. Four twenty twenty one they're going to show us cohort one data from their face to of rv extra in four given supercrew italy in diabetic retinopathy. And this is a huge patient population and this cohort. One data is also. Would that two point five times. Senate the eleven genome copies pry. So i think we've got a big back half for jenex bio and i'm going to be looking to add to my current position so that i can be pretty much set to make a pretty decent profit if things go well. The company has a lot of other stuff going on so i would definitely encourage you to check out their core presentation. They're planning on giving updates in this hereditary. Ngo a dima as program that they've started and they're gonna be showing data updates on that in q. Four twenty twenty one so definitely check that out but for me. They're ophthalmology programs are very exciting. And i think it's going to be a very interesting Back half of the year with that. Let's talk about some nash companies that i'm invested in and these two. I've held forever. And in hindsight it's kind of regrettable. Nash takes forever to develop clinically and hang on new position. Just leaves you so much risk for some downside in the case that something happens with these companies or the fbi. I decided to sell off. Which in the time that. I've held both magical viking to tap into a number of times my position hasn't been enormous and i've taken some prophets out of these companies like i did with magical not so much. Viking holding them has been kind of a waste of cash for me anyway having said that does trading at eighty four dollars per share giving them a market cap one point four billion dollars their q two net loss was sixty two million dollars and they're sitting on cash position of three hundred twenty four million the to clinical trials that they're doing now are phased. Three the maestro nash and maestro. Nfl the for the maestro nash. We're not expecting top line results until q. Three twenty twenty two. I assume the company is going to move up quite a bit in price in anticipation of that readout but given one year away from that readout. I don't think it's going to have any effect in stock price and and just going to be at the whims of the fbi. Now the one interesting thing. I noticed from their earnings report is that they say the number of patients. They've enrolled support accelerated approval for their drug calls called res- mitterrand i think it's called their thyroid. Receptor beta agonists. So what's interesting here is that means. They're going to be able to use a surrogate endpoint in order to get approval. And the fda has released specific guidelines for nash companies. And i think that if they're face three in nash can reproduce seinfield's too. We should be good to go for. Fda approval. i don't know what i'm gonna do after that. I'm thinking more about just selling after top line results in q. Four for their nfl d trial and then maybe taking a position before the national results come out so to get to that the top line results for their nfl d trailer expected in q four twenty twenty one and this is a readout for noninvasive imaging and biomarkers. And i think it's going to be pretty easy for them to hit the results of the need and afl. Deep patients are less. Severe liver damage patients than nash patients. So i think for them. It's going to be pretty easy to get a good result because they've been able to see such a reduction in liver fat in their prior trials. So i'm going to be waiting until two four. And after this result i think i might exit the position then reevaluate from their biking therapeutics on the other hand ticker symbol of the k- t- x is trading at five point nine dollars per share sitting at around four hundred sixty million dollar market cap. Their net loss has been sixty million dollars in q. Two and they're sitting around two hundred and fifty million dollars in cash and this company has totally dragged their fee with all of their programs. The company previously saw positive data in their face to in. Nfl d. patients and then wanted to move on into this face to be voyage. Study in biopsy confirmed nash. The thing is the enrollment for this. Trial has taken forever. And they're saying here that the results are coming in twenty twenty two. I think probably twenty twenty three is more likely and you know in the time that i've been holding position. They had a program. In a testosterone agonised selective androgen receptor. Modulator that they cancelled and then they started this x linked adrenaline luca dystrophy program where they saw some positive early phase. One eight data by now. They're moving on to phase one b data. They're saying that results are gonna come in twenty twenty two so this has been a real lesson for me why you should really not hold smaller mid cap biotech socks. Unless you have a very clear thesis. And i'm down quite a bit in this position and i think that i'm just going to sell it. I finally Kind of had enough of this. And i'm just going to sell the company. I would not recommend taking a position unless they're very clear in the upcoming callous that we're gonna see here. They're saying twenty twenty two so maybe wait until earnings report and then decide to take a position if they've been more granular with win that dates coming out. But that's viking therapeutics now with that. Let's get to cassava scientists which was a little more exciting ticker symbol s. a. v. a. they're trading at one hundred twenty two dollars per share giving them a market cap of four point. Four billion dollars. They had a q two net loss of five point. One million and they're sitting in a cash position of two hundred and seventy eight million dollars. Five point one million burn per quarter is very low compared to pretty much all the other biotechs that i mentioned and the company sitting at a huge market capri now now the update that happened other than their general earnings report was from this conference called a i see and a bunch of different companies in the space gave a presentation and i gotta say like i predicted it was very much a cell the news event most. Cns company sold off after the presentation and cassava was no exception here now. I'm not going to give an update on all the different companies. I think i've beaten the cnn. Space death even though it is a pretty exciting space right now. I will admit. But specifically cassava Announced an update from their open label. Study and again just to remind everybody open. Label means that it's un blinded and there's no control group so effects that we see here could largely be due to the fact that they know that they're taking the active compound and the fact that there is no control means. We really have nothing compared to other than other trials or other data now having said that they updated in their eight ask eleven metric which is one of the ways that neuroscientists used to gauge cognitive function in alzheimer's patients and so cassava showed previously a one point six point improvement from baseline to six months and they announced this in q. One twenty twenty one and this led to a huge increase in stock price. Something that i totally did not anticipate given the fact that this is an open label study the company has since updated that going from baseline to nine months. And they're now showing three point improvement in eight s cog eleven from baseline in nine months. So again it's a single group and they're all taking the active molecule and they're showing three point improvement in eight. S cog eleven when you look at the breakdown of individual patients. The range in the effect of their drug seem oof along is from fourteen point improvement to seven point decline. So there's a lot of variability going on here. The majority of patients do see some kind of improvement. But if you wanna ask my opinion it very much does just look like it. Placebo effect is going on and until we have a control group or randomized control trial. We're not really going to know now. We'll say one thing. The biomarker changes seemed to be encouraging and they go in the direction that you would expect. The company has had some biomarkers struggles in the past. And i feel like it's pretty easy to just do a million different biomarker analyses and they cherry pick the ones that you wanna show. That are showing a positive effect. But that's set aside a lot of people that like saba scientists. And i honestly hope that they're successful but i'm a little bit suspicious now people who took a position when i said to sell it way more money so this is just another good example on why you should never listen to me in any of your trades in that. This is not investment advice in terms of upcoming catalysts. We're going to be seeing twelve month. Interim data on their open label study coming in q. Four twenty one. I don't know if i would take a position in anticipation of this at one. Hundred twenty dollars per share but if we see a big sell-off like we did after a see it might be worth it because the odds of there being positive data in q. Four for this study are probably pretty high. Given the fact that it's open label already seen two data points come our. It's pretty positive. Ish so i think the odds of it being positive or pretty high here they do have a randomized control trial which is phase. Three which is getting to complete in order to submit for marketing approval from the fda. And they're going to initiate this in the fall of twenty twenty one. I don't think he's going to be a big mover for But it is good that they're talking about initiating this because this is really what we're going to need to see in order to figure out whether or not this drug seem oof alarm actually does have some activity here. I've been wrong about cassava scientists multiple times. So it's not a sock that i'm looking at shorting or going long on so for those reasons i'm not going to be taking any kind of position and because i've been wrong probably should not listen to me when it comes to investment advice here and you should treat this information only as entertainment without. Let's get to another company. Called four d molecular therapeutics ticker symbol m. t. your training at twenty seven bucks share given the market cap of seven hundred fifty million dollars. They're cute you. Net loss was only six point seven million in. They're sitting at a cash position of two hundred and forty four million. Now the only thing i want to say about this company is that they are maintaining their their time line for the different clinical trials. The phase one to data is coming from there. Gene therapies in fabry excellent reynold pigmentosa and corrode ramia. This should be happening to four. Twenty twenty one. And they're also initiating clinical trials in wet aimed dean. Cystic fibrosis in q. Four so you can be a very big event for this company. I think that the stock is probably gonna run up quite a bit on the approach to queue for and how they give these readouts. Think it's going to be pretty important if they get all of the data at once and some positive and some negative you know. I'm gonna try to navigate this as best as possible. But i might add positions on negative data which i think are kind of expected for excellent Reynaud pigmentosa him. I'm not sure about coterie me. But fabbri should be a positive readout given that i think other companies have seen a lot of positive data in fabry gene therapies. So the bar is a little bit Higher for them whereas excellent ripped reynolds Lower so i'm kind of rambling here but you for for this company is going to be huge and going to try to navigate it as best i can. I'll post about what i do on twitter. Alright final company wanna touch on select biosciences ticker symbol s. l. They moved up quite a bit after the earnings report. They're trading at four point three dollars per share giving them a market cap of five hundred million dollars their net income in q. Two twenty twenty one do royalty was four point. Six million and cash position is one hundred fifty two million dollars. They achieved a three million dollar milestone payment from therapeutics for some preclinical data from their active collaboration and they did some work on duchenne muscular dystrophy as well as limb girdle muscular dystrophy in collaboration with septa in able to realize that milestone payment. So that's good. It's still preclinical data. So i'm not sure whether it's anything worth trading on the other things that we should be looking forward to though are the submission of an eye for se l. three. Oh two and this is for metal. Milanek acidy mea which is being filed in q. Three twenty twenty one. I don't think this is going to be a huge mover for the stock. But the one read out that i do wanna play is the data from this eighty eight. Emc one study and this is an empty vector caps in which they're going to combine with their immuno modulator called im- tour and what they're hoping to achieve is the mitigation of the formation of anti. Av a antibodies. And if they can see positive data here. I think this would be a pretty nice proof of concept study showing that their treatment can not induce an av eight antibody response in human patients and this is something that doesn't really get talked about as much given that other issues with gene therapies. Have come out but the issue is that once somebody is treated with an av often express antibodies against that eighty such that future doses of that. Same av or maybe a related. Av won't be able to be administered successfully. Because the adaptive immune system will have been trained to destroy that av that enters the bloodstream. So what. I envision here that if they can see positive data imagine all the different gene therapy companies that are using these two transducer there. Gene of interest into patients and in order to mitigate antibody response against that a the they might want to include this immature product in order to allow patients to be reduced with gene therapy or to take some other kind of gene therapy. And you know who knows how. The gene therapy space is going to evolve. But something like this. I think could be a very valuable asset. And is the reason why. I think i'm gonna take a small position in anticipation of this readout. And then we'll see after that. But i think the catalysts are relatively thin for this company moving into the early part of twenty twenty two but allies like the bio scientists. I am keeping an eye on them. And that's what i got so if anybody's got any comments about the different companies that i touched on here. Please let me know in the comments. Send me a email at matthew laporte at gmail.com or tweet at me at matthew applaud and then in terms of upcoming data. I already went through this some companies. I didn't touch on though reprimand has a lot of readouts. Coming up in the back of the year humanity has a phase one b multiple ascending dose study for their parkinson's disease trial and this is anticipated in the fall. Twenty twenty one and then psych leary on has molested coming at the end of the year. So those are a couple of things. I wanted to bring up and then in terms of a portfolio rap. I am down about fourteen or fifteen percent year to date and this is put me in good company with the x. P. i and g the xp has been just bouncing around one hundred thirty level for a while now. And i hope that with some positive sentiment. Or some emanate anything. I think. we're pretty desperate right now. We could see that. Turn positive. But it remains to be seen in terms of trades that i made i did add to my trivia position and then i sold it after the data came out negative so i took a loss on that i also added to my alex college position. And that's been actually moving kind of nicely It's a rare green position that i have because things have been really rough and just one thing i wanted to point out is that seems like i have been incorrect in my decision to hold trillium. It was a tough decision to hold it. Given that i was probably up something like one hundred and fifty percent at the peak so it's kind of devastating to see that i'm now in order of magnitude less than added only plus percent but it is what it is. This is the biotech. I think the one lesson here is that taking profits when you have them is a very good idea. Most of the time. And with that. I'm going to wrap it up there but i wanna thank everybody. Attention appreciate all the support. And if you have any questions for michael weiss from t t x please send me an email or let me know in the comments below and thanking everybody and we'll see next time.

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Mo Egger - Sept. 3, 2021

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Mo Egger - Sept. 3, 2021

"Take good afternoon on. This is espn fifteen thirty. Thank you for listening. Hopefully your labor day weekend is already off to a rock. And start my. Thanks to chad brendel for pinch hitting the last two days. I took a little family. Excursion pre football season family excursion. Football season starts tomorrow for the uc bearcats. We are going to go heavy on the eighth ranked team in the country. This afternoon jim. Kelly of uc radio fame joins us in about fifteen minutes one hour from now. Brett mcmurphy action network formerly of espn a little bit later on bobby carpenter. Who's calling the game for espn plus and you'll hear a part of my conversation from earlier this week. With bearcats quarterback desmond ritter. There is a lot to get to plus the reds and tigers tonight. One or two bengals notes loaded last friday show of the year by the way bengals pep rally takes over this spot for the entirety of bengal season on friday. So our last. Friday show of two thousand twenty one it heads into the opener of what i think is the most anticipated football season. Ever look the two thousand nine season. I don't wanna say caught people by surprise but that team was not picked. Win the big east. That team was not being talked about as a bcs national championship contender. That team was not being talked about as possibly going undefeated. That team was talked a lot. About how did they replace so many players in the previews here like connor. Borrowing it dominant goodwin kevin huber for that matter. The two thousand eighteen lot of excitement a lot of excitement for that team but coming into that year there was the uncertainty of what's going to happen at quarterback remember ben marketplace played in two thousand seven and exhausted like every conceivable appeal to the nc double a. To come back and play college football. This season started with dustin gruza. That went poorly. They tried tony pike. He did great then he got hurt. Then zach lara's came in and a great year but they lost in september. They lost that game to oklahoma bad. If the barricades lose early this year that is a massive disappointment seasons being framed differently from the standpoint of just read about the talent on this roster people talk about the bearcats in big boy. nfl draft terms as reading today. A back and forth. I guess between todd. Mcshay and mel kiper. Todd mcshay talks about. Yeah it's six my top thirty one prospects next year draft or quarterbacks and he mentioned desmond ritter. We haven't done that before we haven't talked about. Guys like sauce gardner possibly going in the first round of the draft on this team. The over under for uc football at most books is ten wins double digit wins heckle back two years ago two thousand nineteen which was a great year. The vegas over under i think it closed at six and a half but for most of the summer it was five and a half the schedule for this team could not be more ideal first of all. There's the two biggies that everybody's been talking about indiana and notre dame and that comes with. I think a sense that if they can win those two games which is any enormous if and if they can run the table elsewhere that there's absolutely no way that the college football playoff committee could leave the bearcats out. I kind of agree with that assessment. There's always a degree of cynicism for me that is built in when it comes to the college football playoff. But there's also you look at the league man. This league is usually is top. Heavy i think. Smu is going to be pretty good one of my favorite bets. This college football season over six wins smu ucf at a great comeback. Last night against boise state but look at the bottom of the athletic conference utter our trash between ecu and tulsa who lost last night to uc davis to the way usf was absolutely steamrolled by nc state. They're tougher conference games or at home. The games they have to play on the road are teams that they would beat that they could play those games anywhere. When you when you throw all of this into a pot between the schedule and the talent and the continuity how many teams in college football over the last ten to twelve years. And i asked this pseudo rhetorically. How many teams in college football over the last ten to twelve years. Bring back the same coach and quarterback who have been together for thirty victories. It just doesn't happen. And i'm talking about as the starter as the primary guy. Add to an offensive coordinator. How many teams in college football would be forced to change coordinators on one side of the football and hand the new guy the stack of talent that might trestle gets as a new defensive coordinator at the university of cincinnati. There is a hana height for this team. A ton of anticipation for this team. But you know what happens in sports very very infrequently as things actually live up to the height that to me is what this season is all about. Things in sports rarely live up to the hype and they even more rarely. Exceed the hype. It's what i always say about. Lebron james lebron james. Say what you want about him as a guy as a basketball player we we should celebrate him. Why that dude exceeded the hype somehow managed to exceed the height. Things in sports things in life rarely rarely match the hype in fact. I can't think of a team in this area. College pro football baseball basketball. Whatever that enters the season with this much. I hate to keep using the word hype surrounding it. Then this bearcat team and been that way for the reds in awhile hasn't been that way for the bengals in a while and been that way for either college basketball team in a while. It is not likely that you see football wins and national championship. That goes without saying it is not likely the odds are against it that you see football contends for national championship. Those things especially contending for a national championship are being talked about there. Being written about there are part of the excitement. That i think every uc fan has the question for me regarding this team. This year is can it. Live up to the hype. Twenty three point favorite starting tomorrow against the miami redhawks in the resumption of a series that was interrupted last year. All of this is occurring against the backdrop of a lot of talk about what's going to happen with the big twelve and there've been a few different outlets that have reported on this. The athletic has espn has a read here from brett mcmurphy who i know. There's a lot of people especially ohio state supporters who don't like brett mcmurphy. The reality is the dude is plugged in anybody. Okay the big twelve. Byu cincinnati houston and ucf has emerged as the big twelve expansion choices and we could extend official invitations by the end of this month. This according to the action networks brett mcmurphy who writes quote. The league has decided to focus on those four. And right now no one else is being targeted. That is a quote from a source to break murphy of the action network who also writes that those four schools could join the big twelve even before oklahoma and texas leave and byu's the top target. Meanwhile boise state memphis. Smu and usf have also been considered but right now are not. let me. just be very clear about this. If you're a barricade fam- you care about ucf at all and you don't view this as a major step in the right direction. I can't help you look. It's maybe isn't your dream home right. I have not bought my dream home yet. I don't know that. I ever will be able to but i did move about two and a half years ago and i like my house now more than i like the one i lived in two and a half years ago right. It's got a nicer yard. There's more for my daughter to do. It's closer to to my wife's family. It's it's an upgrade. It's better it's better the big twelve even without texas and oklahoma are better. There's a simple litmus test for me very simple test does the league you're moving to have. Ecu the next big twelve will not find academic institution easy you in cincinnati have played memorable sporting events against each other including some basketball games that the pirates of beaten cincinnatian including football game in which gardner minhsiu absolutely carved up. Uc is there a school in that conference. That feels more time than ecu to me. It's not about how good is your good. It's about how bad is your bad and in football. I think it'd be safe to say that of of everybody left over in the big twelve. The worst is kansas cable. Are they bringing anything to the table. Oh yeah a history. Rich awesome basketball program like in every way. Is it your dream home. No your dream home for you. Might be the acc with pitt and west virginia and louisville and all those basketball schools that might be your dream home or for those who have always wondered what it would be like to be in the big ten even though it would never happen. Maybe it's the big ten or maybe it's the big twelve but with texas than with oklahoma. Sometimes you can't get your dream home. But that doesn't mean. They can't upgrade from the house in the big twelve. Even without the longhorns sooners with ucf in houston and byu going with you all. That's a major upgrade for a thousand different reasons actually for millions of different reasons. So you have this season that they're in the top ten lot of talent dudes get individual. Accolades looked pickles. Been the subject of a bunch of national profiles. We've had on a couple of people who have done them. The schedule is what vega says. And then there's there's just. The added the added excitement and added intrigue of uc football carrying the school to a conference that frankly and football it could compete in. I wouldn't have said that five years ago but the big question i have for you. This afternoon is simply this. Can you see football. Match the hype. Eight and four is not going. To match the hype. I don't know that ten and two is going to match the hype. Can you see football. Match the hype. Can you see bearcats. I think they're going to go. Eleven in one. Because it's hard for me to pick a team to go undefeated. I think they're going to split the two games in indiana. Can you convince me that. I'm wrong either. To the degree that you believe this team is going to win fewer than eleven games or that you think a better way to look at it as actually mo you're being too conservative. Yes team is going to run the table play in a conference championship game at home win that one and have the most definitive case in the college football playoff era that any group of five school has ever had to be included because their record will include no losses in a couple of wins that nobody else in their position has ever had on their resume. Five one three seven four nine fifteen thirty and eight six six seven zero two three seven seven six are the phone numbers at molecular is how you can reach me on twitter. Game tomorrow will air on one. Zero two seven w. e. b. end and on seven hundred w w dan hoard and jim. Kelly have the call. Jim joins us next one minutes. After three o'clock this is. Espn fifteen thirty. My name is allegra. The uc bearcats. The miami red hearts played for the one hundred and twenty fifth. Time tomorrow at nipper stadium. That game is gonna kick off at three thirty. You can hear the game live on one. Zero two seven w. e. also on seven hundred. Wwl wwltv able break away when the red start you can hear the game in its entirety on w with dan hoard and jim kelly who joins me this afternoon. It's it's good to have you sir. how are you. i'm good how you doing. I am i am well. I'm looking at this game tomorrow. I'm looking at their first two opponents. And i'm sure we can apply this to a lot of teams on the schedule. Yes marcus freeman is gone mike. Trestle is being handed the keys to a for our. I don't know how. I don't know how team score on these guys. Do you know it's of all even if you if your entire coaching staffs back. I games are always difficult. Because you know you've got new bodies in their new people new scheme things of that nature and not to mention. You've got an opponent that you don't know a lot about particularly in this case. The miami red hawks who only played three games last year. So there's not a lot to fall back on and really kind of you know. Look back at what they were able to do type stuff. They ran their only only play into three games. Makes it a little bit more difficult to scale. Marcus freeman did a great job with this defense. But he was not known as a guy who was going to do a lot of exotic stuff. It was basically. We're gonna play a sound. Fundamental ball will adjust what we're gonna do based on our opponents. We all remember the scheme that he devised for that game against navy a couple of years ago if i give you this personnel and you're gonna put your fingerprints on it. Are there things that you do. That might be a little bit more exotic than we saw. Marcus was was running the show absolutely. I think that's exactly what we're going to see The fact of the matter is that they are solid and just about every position on the defense with with depth as well. Which means that you number one. You've got good personnel. Secondly you've got guys who can fill in and and give guys a little bit of time you know out of the game for a little bit. It allows you to do some things. I think what you're gonna see particularly tomorrow. Miami plays a very very big but very young offensive line. One junior to sophomores in two freshman across the board on the line. So i i think what you're going to see is a lot of blitz packages and some things to try to really disrupt what they wanna do offensively knowing that on the back end of the defense. You've got cornerbacks and i don't just mean to corner is not just your starters. You can go four five date and maybe even six if you count your Your nickel corners. Who are in there quite a bit as well not to mention to you very good safety so it allows you to take some chances and really you know. Give up and put those guys on islands out there on one knowing that Early feeling the able to To rely on guys like kobe bryant. And i'm out gardner out there on the corners to be able to take care of themselves. So i i do think Trestle is going to really do some things particularly in the beginning of the game to maybe try to disrupt some things on the miami side. We'll see how that goes He is a little bit. I i i would agree with you a little bit. More of a risk taker than they. Marcus freeman was although marcus certainly you know what up. What a defensive genius That game that you just alluded to but he was able to develop for the navy game absolutely phenomenal. And it's you know and if you think about it that goes back a while. Their success has been nothing but up. Since then i mean so. You know kudos where they're do marcus naming of course he's moved on and But mike treasury will keep you hit it right on the nose. He inherited harari so he's got a lot of talent on the on the offensive side of the ball. Jim kelly is with us a offensively. I think for most of us. The big off season question was. Are they going to be okay on the offensive line. What did to the extent that you had a chance to be there. What did fall can't tell us about what we'll see from that unit starting tomorrow. I think they're fine they're Injuries could take their toll there and they stay healthy they not only are are really really good across the first five tackle tackle. They can go eight nine ten deep without really dropping off a whole bunch. Guys like the rams mets cam jones Calling what side. He's been dinged up a little bit. But i think he's healthy now to and guys like that that are are filling in I'm honestly i mean. I think everybody would agree. The one person you cannot afford to lose is desmond ritter if you were to pick somebody behind him. I honestly believe. Jake renfro the center. Fine sophomore center for the bearcats. He's the guy that needs to stay healthy and if he does they they're going to be fine at the offensive line there really really even even though they've lost two tackles to the nfl. They're they're going to be. They're going to be good at the offensive line side of things. What does desert or doing what is effectively year. Four is a starter that we haven't seen the first three years deep ball Not that he was horrible at it. particularly the beginning of last year. He missed up a good number of open receivers and what the bearcats have been able to do also in wide receiver side of things and that wide receiver room. They've been able to get some guys with speed out there Not that they lack speed last year. But they've been able to increase that so they've got if you look at the three guys across the frontline. Who'll be starters tomorrow Which are michael young Alex pearce and tyler scott all three of those guys can really they can get down the field quickly and that makes it very very tough when you You trying to focus on one guy who might be for. Let's say that's alec peers. Because he averaged more yards per catch. Last year is not necessarily all spayed. He's just an appalachian he can go up and get the ball and he's six three to begin with but you want to focus on him and double team hammer. Lean your safety over towards him. That leaves tyler. Scott wide open mic young wide open. Then you get guys like gordon joe jordan jones rather jaden thompson and trae tucker who trade tucker arguably the fastest guy on the team as well. Those are the backups so if that default clicking and i watched as a lot in summer practice and boy he's been hitting them right and left so If he's able to do that game that's really gonna put a lot of pressure on all the opponents this year. If if that game on well i was. I was reading our buddy just williams in the athletic and he asked a question that i think is a good one as you talk about guys on this team especially on offense that could have breakout seasons. One of the first name that jumps to the top of my mind is jerome ford and yet i mean. He scored eight touchdowns last year. You had the big run against georgia. He had a huge positive impact on his team in a featured role. I think that dude could just have a monster. Two thousand twenty one. I would agree with you all the way and it's a little different. If you remember back. The last few years at the running back spot on there was always kinda tandem back there. Your number three number. Four guys always got some carries too but it was kinda split you know who got the most carries last year being dokes and forward Prior to that dokes in warren back. You know it's it's kind of been that way and you can't just have one guy in there. But i believe we're going to see more of a featured back situation this year with jerome ford whether that's sixty percent of the carries sixty five percent of the carey's somewhere in that range I he is going to get the ball. More than the traditional tailback in the bearcats. let's say in elastic leasing. Luke fickle years And boy to see presents issues for you too man. He is big and he has fast. We watched him. Oh in the peach bowl pull away from. Probably the fastest people in the sec. That being not necessarily just meaning georgia's corners and safeties but those guys on the defensive back end of the defense in se almost all the time or four four or or below that four eight guys and jerem. Ford just pulled away from them. And so i. I really do believe you know. Two hundred fifteen. Two hundred eighteen pounds with that kind of speed. He's going to be tough to stop. See you had to mention the the peach bowl. And then i'm thinking. Yeah but then they stopped giving it to them and then now man. And i don't wanna be mad in a better mood twenty four hours from right now. We'll see you tomorrow. Thank you as always sir. Anytime jim kelly he and dan hoard have the game tomorrow. pre game it three hosted by me and then dan jim. Takeover kickoff at three thirty on one zero two seven w. e. b. end and seven hundred. Wwl w which will break away for reds baseball at six forty tomorrow night. Hopefully by the time the the game has reached a winning conclusion for the home team. No offense to anybody who roots for the red hawks including my next door neighbor. It is three thirty five point. Three seven four nine fifteen thirty. We spent the first part of the show talking about can. Uc bearcats live up to expectations. Now can the cincinnati reds defy them. I'll explain next sports. Update is a service of kilson chevrolet. homa lifetime powertrain protection and guaranteed credit approval from their family to yours for life. Kelsey chev- dot com reds. Hook up with the tigers tonight at great american ballpark cincinnati. Winning the second game of that weird doubleheader on wednesday night. The nick castanos chipped back game. I'm still not completely sure with that was all about what i do. Know is this reds needed. That win in the worst way they come into play tonight. The nationally wildcard races tightening. Cincinnati has a half game lead over san diego. They also get a lefty tonight. Another lefty tomorrow. The reds obviously have not been great against lefties this year. Tonight's tilt will start at seven ten. You'll hear it live on seven hundred. Wwl w game tonight nike tomorrow and a one ten first pitch on sunday afternoon. You're starting lineup this evening for a rematch of the nineteen forty world series. Jonathan india's leading off tyler stevenson behind the dish casting out us and right vodka suarez farmers short aristide's aquino in left field. Delighted to shields will be in centerfield tonight and my guy. Vladimir gutierrez on the hill reds outfield production. In the absence of jesse winker perhaps aside from tyler neck when recently has fallen off a cliff. Especially when you look at aristide's aquino and shogo akiyama. Perhaps to shields can give them a bit of a sustained. Lift mentioned the padres san diego a half game back. Cincinnati pods hook up. I call them the pods. The pods hook up tonight. With dusty baker houston astros. The philadelphia phillies have won six straight games. They have crept within two games of cincinnati phillies. And marlins hookup tonight in miami and the cardinals opening up a series this weekend in milwaukee saint louis excuse me two and a half games out of the last wildcard spot by the way. Espn dot com did a canvassing of its baseball writers. It's baseball experts analysts writers site. You the tight on a number of sort of last month of the season issues. The question was posed to seventeen experts. Baseball experts espn dot com. Which team currently in or very close to the playoff field is most likely to miss out yankees and as each got vote. Padres got two votes boston. Red sox god five. The cincinnati reds got eight eight out of the seventeen. Espn experts asked which team currently in or very close to the playoff field is most likely to miss out. Rights bradford doolittle none of teams that currently make the playoffs are really floundering. The reds are probably the closest to a team playing over its head while the padres are the one team in striking distance that has fallen short of expectations. Cincinnati might hold on in the field grows more crowded by the day but san diego has more talent than the reds cardinals or phillies bradford doolittle don't necessarily disagree with that to to a large extent but scheduling matters not the baseball teams right up their own schedules but the one card we've kind of as reds fans we've clung to all year long has been well when they get to that last month and this is really even before the the chicago cubs chose to basically dismantle their team the week look at that last month and go boy there's a whole lot of detroit tigers and chicago cubs and there's some washington nationals there a whole bunch of pittsburgh pirates one third of the reds remaining games or against the pittsburgh pirates the detroit tigers. Actually i think to a degree have kind of exceeded expectations. they hired. aj. Hinch gave him a lot of say over. What's happening with the roster. And i think things are sort of trending upward in detroit. But they've been bad on the road this year. And if you're going to go to the postseason the rights of lost three straight series if you're going to go to the post season and the detroit tigers. Come to your ballpark. And we've turned the page to the last month of the season you got to win this series against them how they perform and yeah they still have a series against saint louis at busch stadium and they still have one more with dodgers. Who obviously are pretty good another series against the chicago white sox but aside from that it's budget teams that. If you're the postseason you ought to. Beat san diego padres schedule. Much more difficult this weekend is an illustration now. I worry about the philadelphia phillies because their schedule is littered with a lot of national league. East teams The mets played better recently. But there are a bit of a dumpster fire. The marlins aren't very good. Washington is not very good. That philly team is playing well at the right time and then the saint louis cardinals simply don't go away but at least as far as many of these. Espn experts are concerned despite right now leading the three teams that we just talked about their expectation is the reds miss. The postseason couple of other things really quick here. We have high school football tonight on. Espn fifteen thirty. Seven next is taking on ole and tanja liberty high school football tonight kicks off our coverage at six and wraps up the Evenings coverage of high school football after the game. Full recap of everything happening in the tri-state including of course the big deal between scott and holy cross tomorrow on espn fifteen thirty. We have kentucky hooking up with the louisiana monroe warhawks pre game coverage starts at ten. Am mentioned before you can hear uc in miami at three o'clock tomorrow on one zero two seven w. e. e. n. Seven hundred wwl w and fc cincinnati soccer tomorrow the orange and blue home for inter miami. Cf that game. Also airs live on espn fifteen thirty. So now you know your phone calls are ahead. By the way we'll have david bell's pre-game comments ahead of reds and tigers as well. Let me tell you the thing that i am at least for me. Looking forward to most when the uc bearcats begin their season next on espn fifteen third to my knowledge. Nobody it's a thirteen away from four. This is espn fifteen thirty action. Networks brett mcmurphy will be on the show at four zero five and former ohio state star then current. Espn plus broadcaster. Bobby carpenter will be on the show at four thirty three. He is doing color commentary for the battle for the victory bell tomorrow afternoon at nipper stadium looking forward to talking with with bobby. Your phone calls here in a second. The thing for me as as a uc fan that. I'm i'm most excited about. There's the season beginning which is great. There is the resumption of a rivalry. Which i will admit to you. Having mixed feelings about on one hand. I respect the history and tradition of cincinnati playing against miami. I'm i would echo. Something chaired brendel said today that you can't lament the the disillusion of so many historically significant college football rivalries and then usher another one out the door at the same time. The game doesn't have a lot of local juice. Doesn't have a lot of national juice. I think chuck martin's done a nice job. He was on our show this week. I think he's done a good job. They were a mac champion two years ago. And frankly if you look at what. They brought back from the championship. Year of two thousand nineteen to what they would have had for a full season last year. You felt bad for miami to not be able to. You know had the kind of season that a lot of people thought they can have they were gonna host. Uc at yeager stadium last year at the same time. Cincinnati's won the last fourteen. Some of the games have been competitive. Most of those games were not necessarily good but the two programs are just on different levels and for a rivalry to really exist in the most genuine sense of the word. There has to be well occasionally. One school has to win. And maybe miami shocks everybody. Tomorrow wins the game. Vegas doesn't think so. I can't find anybody who does. I certainly don't think so it as as as a year in and year out entity there's a part of me just wonders form. Uc's perspective doesn't make sense to commit to playing miami every single year. Now i answer that by going look as long as you have an game on your schedule on a regular basis which they do. They have murray state next week. Then you can't do anything about the miami game until you go. Look we're just not gonna play. Nfc school maybe playing. The redhawks effectively becomes that game. Not that miami's running an csi program but the robbery part of part of this has diminished in stature to a great degree where i do think it's it's fair if you're uc fan if you go look for where we want the program to go does it. Does it serve our best interest to play this game on an annual basis. They've changed the nature of it. They don't go to oxford every other year. They played some games of paul brown stadium. But still it's just as as a local sporting event it has lacked a lot of panache if you will for a while now but the thing. I'm looking forward to most not to get off on that. Tangent is last year. Excuse me last year was awesome. You see one regular season game. It was great to have college. Football back was it was great that they allowed some fans in for the afc championship game against tulsa. At the same time there was this maybe not sadness but it was. It was hard especially being those games t to not to not think about what could have been last year. Which was an uber. Fun team an extraordinarily exciting year. Being played at least when the bearcats were at home being played in front of new people and this is no knock on any other sports venue in the area. I love great american ballpark. I think i love more than most. Fc cincinnati new stadium is awesome fifth third arena and the cintas center or both tremendous paul brown stadium the lights work and it hasn't collapsed on itself and Most of the time the bathrooms have running water. The best sports venue in this town as far as i'm concerned is newport stadium. But that's not purely based on how it looks aesthetically. That's based on what it's like. There's a lot of people there and the fact that that was missing during last season and then you can apply this to every team in town. You can apply this to most Sports entities in the country. Obviously but i think more so than not having fans at reds games last year and more so than only having a fraction of the fans that you might ordinarily have for a bengals game last year that to me is where the absence of fans was most noticeable because when the bear cats are good in that place is full there is nothing like it there in that is no knock on any other venue any other team any other school. I just for me. That is my favorite and the fact that tomorrow the ball will go on the air. And i think they'll be close to a four house at newport stadium based on what i've heard is going to be awesome because number one. There's just that venue when there's people there number two i just i felt bad for folks who couldn't watch that team last year in person because it was such a good team. I felt bad for the players because you only get so many college. Football seasons or having a great year in your games are being played in front of the band and a handful of cheerleaders and a smattering of friends and family. That's different now. I hope that's the case all year long but that to me is what. I'm looking forward to most. Because as great as they were less year's great as last season was it stunk. People couldn't go it stunk. That that team was played in front of very few people. It stunk that there were folks who couldn't go watch that team in person and maybe this this year's team ends up being not quite as good. Maybe this year's team ends up. Not living up to the heightened and maybe this is yours team gets upset tomorrow. I don't think that's going to happen. But whatever they do their season will unfold in front of people and when they are good if they are as good as a lot of things that are going to be especially if they can somehow get through the first four games without a loss and ucf comes here and they're playing home games in the conference in october. That place will be unbelievable. I know that. Because i've seen it. That place will be absolutely unbelievable and it could have been last year but it wasn't and it should have been last year but you know we all know what happened so the fact that tomorrow. We won't have anything that looks or feels like last year is is what i'm looking forward to the most six away from four o'clock do we have time alex for a phone. Call giving me a thumbs up k. It was sort of a half-hearted thumbs up siskel neighbor and they would Okay thumbs up. We'll chat with our friend. mike. Mike you're on. Espn fifteen thirty hour. You pay mike. What's up how you doing. What's going on on my way to San francisco talked about beautiful stadiums. Check out it is next on my bucket list you would love it and speaking college Then us come back. It's kind of a hectic schedule. But i'm leaving my car up there tonight. After the game and then flying back early in the morning. I can go to the rose bowl and watched. Ucla play lsu. So i'm in sports heaven right now. That's pretty good. The rose bowl played there in two thousand. Eighteen is a is a is a fun venue. It's a beautiful venue. Nobody went to that game. Ucla football in recent years stunk. But i think. Ucla is going to take care of business tomorrow against lsu. I had that in lots of the weekend. I know and listen. No i'm i'm telling you truthfully you know. The money he made me is enabled me to do some of these things. I'm doing and and i keep telling you how grateful i am key and i hope you don't think i'm kind of a cornball but i truly am grateful to. I don't think you're cornball at all mike. I'm glad we can help you. Now what. I got two minutes here. What else is on your mind. Well trae turner's this way. Better ballplayer than i thought he was. I hadn't seen play that much. That guy is the quintessential leadoff hitter. I heard you talking earlier today. When i was driving about don and india and i i love him to love his i love his moxie more than anything but his numbers are good. I just wish he you know i. I'm i'm locked into that. In my age bracket i guess no were leadoff hitters should be great base stealers and that's probably wrong. But what do you think it would help if they are more concerned about whether or not a guy can get on base and once. They're they're just the way the game is played stolen. Bases are there just devalue. Trade turner is a great base stealer. Because it's not that he piles up a bunch of stolen bases but like this year. I think he's twenty six for thirty. That's a really high percentage. That's what you want. i'm more interested in. Can a guy get on base. And then i understand the way the game is played where there just aren't a lot of teams that are going to risk one of their twenty seven outs for the sake of gaining nine thousand feet on the basis. i I still like dusty baker seeing a little bit of darkhorse over there in the american league. Can i let me just give me one second to run this. I don't know how growers are doing it there. There are so low and every offensive category. Those three starters guys bullpen. I guess i just blows my mind. Yeah i mean they've offensively. They've gotten a little bit better here in the second half of the season. But it's put it simple. It's woodruff burns peralta and then at the back of the end of the game. It's it's josh hater in devon williams. That's why that's why they're running away with the national league central. Mike enjoy san francisco. I gotta run man. Thanks so much thank you know. It is interesting for years and years and years. There was a search for a leadoff hitter and it felt like what they were looking for was a fast guy. Think of all the times. We had to watch billy hamilton. Leadoff or go back even further to drew stubbs or before that dude's like corey. Patterson willy taveras it was. He's leaving off because he's fast. I'm more interested in a guy who can lead off because he gets on base and once he's there stolen bases aesthetically. I love them as a practical matter. They've been phased out of the game. And i understand why a couple of four o'clock so eat is looking very very possible that soon. We'll know whether or not the big twelve is going to expand and more specifically whether they're expansion includes the university of cincinnati brett mcmurphy from the action network has been reporting on this sort of stuff for years. He will join us next on. Espn fifteen thirty. Cincinnati sports station back on the practice squad. How about that now. We're excited our excited. I guy our frank producing the show. Today's wearing his. Joe borough jersey at work today bengals vikings a week from sunday lie on. Espn fifteen thirty. It's the timing of this whole preseason. Now it's goofy now it's weird Last preseason game this past sunday and then cut down day and then like a week and a half of just sitting and waiting for the bengals season to begin. And we'll dive into that deeply next week. Bobby carpenter the former ohio state buckeye is working with espn plus he is calling the game. Tomorrow between uc and miami will have a conversation with him coming up at four thirty three looking forward to that plus the joey. Votto resurgence needs a resurgence. It also needs something else will spend some time on that coming up in just about fifteen minutes brennaman and jones on baseball round out the hour. Five o'clock hour part of my conversation from earlier this week with uc quarterback desmond ritter. We are scheduled to be joined by. Brett mcmurphy from the action network. Who is he for years. We've we've chatted with brad about conference expansion conference affiliation. What's going to happen with the big twelve at felt like in two thousand sixteen. We bothered him on like in every other day basis to tell us about the latest happening with the big twelve and are they going to expand if they do expand who they're going to invite obviously that that turned out to be. You know pretty much nothingburger because the big twelve did not expand. Well here we are again in two thousand twenty one in the aftermath of texas and oklahoma leaving the big twelve. The university of cincinnati has long been talked about as a school that could join the big twelve if they choose to stay together the remaining schools and add to their membership and bret has written about that today for the action network and hopefully will spend a few minutes with him if guy alex can Can get a hold of them. This is like a no brainer on on a bunch of different levels. And i think from from a football perspective would it be more ideal. Would it be more ideal from a number of different vantage points. If we were having the uc to the big twelve conversations that we were having five years ago but instead with uc moving into the conference the answer is obviously yes texas football. This century has been frankly. It is not the play on. The field has not been equal to its brand. Oklahoma has essentially run the big twelve for years in football and played in the college. Football playoff played in the bcs games. They've played you know they've they've been the biggest school biggest brand and the most successful program in the big twelve but together there is cachet. There's tradition there's history. There's deep pockets. There's a lot about those two schools that just make the big twelve brand better. And so yes. If you're joining that league it is better if you have those two schools then if you don't and if you're joining that league you're joining a league that even if texas and oklahoma are here for a while. They're they're not long for the world in the big twelve because they're bolting for the at the same time i've watched what luke fickle has done at uc over the last four plus years. I've watched in the face of excuse me i've watched in the face of the american athletic conference affiliation him. Find a way to resurrect this program and to a degree. Take it to a place where it's at least on the verge of going to a place it's never been like this is an actual urine an ear out program or at least that's what it feels like. Look fickle is going to do something already done something. That dantonio didn't do jones than do brian. Kelly didn't do coach four season. I was coaching fifth season or fewer than fifty college football programs. That have a head. Coach has been there for longer than six years. Well look fickle is. Doing is is something that three years ago. A lot of folks thought he wasn't going to do just coaching here for a fifth season. But he is. He has built the program to the point where it sort of feels like. They could be really really good year at an out. Recruiting momentum has been extraordinarily positive for a long time now and all of that has happened while effectively being stuck in the american athletic conference in the backyard of a big ten school. Up the road and sec school down the road. There's another big ten school just west. There's an acc school to the southwest and luke fickle has built a program that has a team this season that coming into the years ranked in the top ten. Imagine what he can do in a bigger conference in a more lucrative conference and conference that has had that has name brand cachet that the american athletic conference lax conference that has national exposure opportunities that the american athletic conference does not present. It's not the sec. It's not the big ten. It might not be your dream home. It doesn't mean it's not worth pursuing as an upgrade from a football perspective. I don't bring tommy rubber ville to beat up on low hanging fruit. He often talked during his time here. About how conference affiliation was such a huge liability preventing him from going after and getting the kind of kids that you can build a program with now the other thing that would prevent you from building from getting the kind of kids that you could build a program with would be the refusal to go recruit them that was really what doom tommytucker ville but it was often talked about as well as just doesn't help us. Well it's a huge obstacle. We can't work around it. it is what it is. We're stuck with it. There's nothing we can do. Fickle showed up the town and said screw that whatever. The league is we're to sell with the school is. We're going to sell what we have. We're going to sell what we are. We're going to sell the fact that we can mobilize people facilities. We sell local kids on staying here. We could sell kids on the fact that there has been a pretty high level of success here in the recent past and look what's happened a team. That on the morning of the college football playoff selection was was being talked about as possibly getting in all. That has happened while this school is in the american athletic conference. Imagine what luke fickle can do wearing a uc pullover. That's got a bearcat seapaul on but also has a big twelve logo. I think those possibilities are really intriguing. Thirteen minutes after four o'clock so the long winded preamble to bring in brett mcmurphy who is. I'm sure extraordinarily busy. It's not like the season's not starting this weekend. I guess it's it's really starting in earnest this weekend brad. We've had him on the show. You've heard me talk about the action network if you're into sports gambling i'm talking like fantasy i'm talking. You know wagering on games. There is no better resource than the action network. I may subscriber. I've been a subscriber for a long time. It is a great asset to what i do professionally and personally. Brett is the national college. Football insider with the action network. Which i encourage you to check out. You can also follow brad on twitter. At brett underscore mcmurphy. He wrote about big twelve expansion and how it might affect the university of cincinnati. And he's with us now. I know you're busy bread. I appreciate the time. How are you good. Sorry for the will. Mix up there at the start. Could yeah great news. Percents natty It's not it's not if it's win and You know at this point sources have told me that. Expect cincinnati houston. Ucf and byu to get official invites As early as this month and the next question that everybody wants to know is how quickly it will happen. That's to be determined as you know. There's a twenty seven month Window where you have to give a notice to leave the american and then pay ten million dollars. Obviously you can get out of that. You can get out quicker paying more money so we'll have to see how that plays out but sources told me there's a there's a real possibility that actually all four the new teams could actually be playing in the big twelve. While are you in texas. Is still there you in texas cannot reach a settlement to get out of the big twelve early so a lot of moving moving balls juggling balls at this time but You know it's great great news for cincinnati. Byu houston and nba. Y you that they are. They're headed to the big twelve Sooner rather than later. Sorry for the pun twenty guys. I'm glad you're here and you kind of answered some of my questions. That i had so let me let me let me talk about the the schools that are going to apparently move forward with the big twelve as opposed to the ones who have been left on the outside looking in memphis. Usf smu boise state. Why the four were talking about including the university of cincinnati and not some of the other ones that i mentioned talking some sources and basically you know. They've made the decision that they would prefer to go to four instead of two because they feel like they need to get the twelve after a year in texas. Really don't wanna go to sixteen. And i asked somebody this and i said actually that this makes sense. They didn't look at it this way. It's almost like they kind of paired up to schools in each scenario in decided which school would be better like. I think they look out west and said okay. Byu boys well. Byu you know much more. Recent success your bigger tv brand nationally. So byu gets there. I mean look the texas houston. Smu houston one of the biggest media markets in the country. Obviously smu's in dallas. That's big But they felt that. There's more upward trajectory with houston. We go out to florida. It's ucf usf. that's a. That's a landslide. Decision there and then as far as cincinnati You know certainly what cincinnati's done as far as getting new year six game being you know ranked as highly as they are this year The people that are played dividends. And so i think it was a no brainer kind of cincinnati versus memphis. Also another thing that a source told me is that this is like seventy five percent driven and twenty five percent basketball so obviously yeah just went to the final four. You know. I don't have to tell you about how good just historically in basketball. So i think that ad that ad to cincinnati's resume and then basically You know big twelve. Feels like they have the best Basketball league in the country. And certainly if you're going to houston. Byu and cincinnati. You know forget about you. See yeah you know then. You're you're certainly going to be in. That argument is the best basketball league in the country. But make no mistake thing was was a hundred percent about football and Since he's in a a good position you know if you go back fifteen twenty years. I was in tampa. Usf may have been in a better position. But it's what have you done for me lately. Teams that are that are relevant. Now that are good now. And certainly since cincinnati checks. All the boxes on that. What did can you go into what yukon was able to do to end their relationship with the american athletic conference as quickly as as that school did and could such a pathway be what cincinnati houston and. Ucf go down. They got out with a after twelve months for nineteen million dollars and quite honestly I doubt at the american really cared grandma. And you're laughing and it's not a joke but that's that's the reality of it But you're you know that's that's the fact so it's a little different now because now you're basically taking you know basically a fourth of the league out Cincinnati obviously the and you see the key components football allies kinda similar to oklahoma and texas. Lead in the sec. You're not gonna say okay. We'll let you guys go next year. Just passed a little bit of money because it impacts the league dramatically. It's the same thing with what is in connecting. Ucf out of the american. It's going to impact the american dramatically. So do they hold those guys speak the fire and say look you're gonna you're gonna stay on twenty seven months or do they make the settlement agreement so twenty five million thirty million they can ask for whatever they want So that basically neither school can afford to out. That's something we'll have to see down the road but you know as we've seen another conference realignments in the past several years usually when a team announced it's gonna leave league and go to another -nother league. They no matter how pissed off they are they of settle it and go forward and specifically are you texas to the sec. You know if if you basically filed for divorce and you get your granted the divorce are you really gonna live in the same household for the next four years so i think the help for everybody. Is that these. Things will move quickly. But bottom line is the lawyers are going to make a lotta money to figure this out. And i was told you know look. Byu can join. They could join today if they i. I actually joked this source could actually play this year. I said i don't think they could. But as an independent drop some future steams they have on the schedule and those things around a lot simpler. It's not simple but it's a lot simpler than having to sell in reduce a twenty seven months exit the agreement down to one year But i was so look. Byu could join the league and twenty twenty two and then the other three american changed may not come in board until a year or two after if they can't get out early is byu. You used the verbiage. A it's a matter of when and not if and it certainly feels that way now as you and i. We've we've talked about this for a long time. I remember bugging you often. During the summer of two thousand sixteen wondering the big twelve going to expand if they do is going to be included. So we've we've been talking about this for the better part of a decade right win the big east really. I started to fall apart about ten years ago. So i think there's there's there's a there are a lot of supporters who are really excited really intrigued and then there's a part of them that goes. Yeah i'm waiting for the rugby pulled out from underneath because it's happened before. Is there anything that could make what you're reporting on. Is there anything that can make this fall apart. Nothing ever hundred percent until until everything is seinfeld and delivered. But you know what i don't wanna say. Oh it's a done deal. Because i've heard so many people say it's a done deal. Something blows up. Nothing is a hundred percent until it's signed and triple kit is are dotted t.'s. Across unless of course it's the alliance and then it's a gentlemen's agreement and that's i the main but no look this is and this is different and this is not you know. I'm in tampa. So as i said i'm you know i've seen the rise and fall and fall and fall of usf. And so i understand how. Cincinnati fans maybe a little bit skeptical because you look at the past time that there were talking about expansion. Look the last time. The twelve went through the expansion. They wanna look at all these different schools to see if any of these schools added more value to their league preschool. And they did. That's that's the flat out through. That's not a negative against cincinnati or any of the other teams. That's just the reality. There's a big difference this time. The big twelve is trying to survive. Oklahoma texas are gone down to eight schools. At some point they have to get the best four programs football programs that they can that are available to that means they can't get anybody from the power of five so who are the four best available. Cincinnati is certainly at the top or standing side by side with byu and that conversation. And so that's why this is different than past Dances it maybe. Cincinnati went through with various conferences joint. So again i can't sit here and say one hundred percent because nothing's been signed it but everyone that i've talked to for weeks about this as told me that this will happen and then and then the other day i got worried that look. This is moving very quickly. This could be announced this month because what the big twelve months to do. Is they want the three schools from the american. Start the clock start that twenty seven month clock and then let's get some lawyers involved in she and see if it's worth everybody's while get these guys out before the twenty seven months or up brett fantastic reporting. I appreciate you jumping on with pseudo last minute. I know you have a lot going on. We'll be reading at the action network. Thank you so much okay. Thanks guys nets. Brett mcmurphy america's college football insider with the action network follow him on twitter at brett underscore mcmurphy adding to that. Ross dellinger of sl reports that Cincinnati byu the university of houston and ucf or expected to apply for big twelve membership. Next week and league presidents have the votes to admit them next. Friday according to a ross and s is pat forty plans to join in two thousand twenty three conceivably before you texas leave to create a fourteen team league. That basketball league could be absurdly. Good we are late. Meanwhile there's a gang tomorrow. Bobby carpenter the former buckeye is calling it for. Espn plus will join us in ten minutes on espn fifteen thirty reds and tigers. Tonight game one of three game series to great american ballpark. Cincinnati will send rookie vladimir guitarist to the hill. Seven ten tonight on seven hundred. Ww lefty tyler. Alexander goes for detroit reds are half game up in the padres for the last wildcard spot. San opens up a series tonight against the houston astros phillies have won. Six straight there in miami tonight to back of cincinnati cardinals two and a half days sort of series tonight in milwaukee. Don't forget we have seen football tonight on. Espn fifteen thirty as the bombers. Take on and tandy liberty high school football tonight starts our coverage at six. Espn plus college. Football analysts bobby carpenter joins us next brennaman john. Baseball's coming up in fifteen minutes on allegra. This is espn fifteen. Thirty uc in miami battle for the victory bell starts the college football season here. At least tomorrow calling the game for espn plus. I can't believe this guy even has time to talk with us. Between his duties on ninety seven one the fan he contributes to out kick. In fact he's written recap of the ohio state game. He is an espn college football analyst. A longtime nfl linebacker and a phenomenal former ohio state buckeye. Calling the game tomorrow. Bobby carpenter is with us this afternoon. I appreciate the time. I am glad you carson timeout for our you. How you doing i am. I am well from your perspective. As a former ohio state player somebody who intimately is involved with this program has done radio in columbus. What is it like from your vantage point watching. What has it been like watching. Luke fickle build this program to a place where his team starts the preseason ranked in the top ten. Yeah do you have me no. yeah. I followed you. Know it's it's It's been pretty impressive. you know. He's done a terrific job building. This program like you mentioned and always taking a lot of stuff From jim tressel took a lot of stuff from urban. Meyer and slowly growing this things. Growing it Organically it's been very very impressive. how he's done it. You're starting to see some coaching departures guys. Leaving you'll getting poached to go to other jobs because they've won so much it's such a high level. He's talked about that experience in columbus in in two thousand eleven and look there. Were some things that just worked against him that year that i'm not sure. Any coach could have succeed in succeeded in that environment when when he became the head coach at cincinnati having watched him work as a defensive coordinator having watched him when he was running the program in two thousand eleven. What what things came to mind when cincinnati named him. The next head coach you know. I think i knew they'd have a tough program. They have a physical program. You know they'd be able to. They were going to set a tone. They were gonna obviously be defensive. That's you know. His his background is. But you've watched. How evolved they still tough on defense. They're always going to be that but his development of desert like you know it's been very impressive like the power of the ball. They have an attitude they haven't identity and that's something that's really tough to find in college football for their for a team to come. In a younger coach you'll be able to establish that without any prior head. coaching experience. Do it in really a pretty short time. They were good and their second third year. And you know they're they're yacht this thing rolling now to the point where you're their top ten top ten in the ap which lucrative ever That in his wildest dreams. No i i would. I would say the same for most of us who have been following this program for for a while in terms of the up tomorrow. Cincinnati versus miami. What are you looking forward to seeing most to from that cincinnati defense which really has a chance to be one of the best in the country. It's gonna be interesting to see how they tweet this thing and move it around a little bit with the departure of markets freeman. You've got mike trust coming in there you know. Look this morning on this And you know his his. Were you know we're going to do things with the same terminology. We do a lotta similar stuff but we gotta throwing spin on it. You know we gotta make sure that you know. Mike feels like he owns this. It's not just you know a defense he's coming in inheriting and that kind of freshen things up and give things a new you know look at appearance and you know with that you know you keep the players interest and you know out your defense that kind of evolve organically which is something. That's i think it's critical in this day and age with how fast offenses move and how they develop that if you're gonna sit there and try to do the same thing for three or four years. Eventually if people are going to figure out you mentioned desmond ritter and the bearcats have what kind of become a rarity in college football. You have a head coach in an offensive coordinator and a starting quarterback who have been together for more than thirty wins. That sort of thing just doesn't happen in this day. Age to the extent that you've watched desmond ridder. What do you hope to see in his fourth season as the starting quarterback for this program godless compose that looks like he No he's been there before you know he has. He's one of the most veteran starting quarterbacks in college football and especially you know you look across the top. Ten bama breaking into new quarterback ohio state breaking in a new quarterback. Bunsen breaking new quarterback. George it kind of has a guy. Jd daniels you played a little bit here towards the end of the year and started looking better but you know they have a veteran when you have a guy there he has to look like that you can make all the throws he's athletic. You can move around and you know it's really. He should be the point. Where you know his downside. The bad place he makes are so few and far between and it's really just maybe missing on ball place but he should never miss a really should never really get food. And i think you're gonna. You're gonna see that out of this year. Now bobby carpenter the game tomorrow for. Espn plus kicks off at three. Thirty from nipper stated. Can you imagine preparing for an opponent in which they played three games the previous year. It's tough trying to look and kind of evaluate. What these teams are especially. It seems in the mid western footprint. The mac the big ten sunday c. You know look out on the west coast like teams. That didn't play a whole lot of games and you started lay. There were some issues now and so you have such a small body of work even if they played more. You're trying to figure out well. This guy played in twenty nineteen opt out in twenty twenty and you know why were they better. Why were they worse. What are they gonna try and do. And this year. I think early on in the season is going to be a huge feeling out process to try to figure out some of these teams more like twenty nineteen for some of them more like twenty twenty because i know judge barton said it was pretty good about the squad he has and he's like you know they'd be state. Stay on the mac last year. One of the best teams in the mac and what's better teams college football. So they're a team. That's pretty good and you're gonna have to execute to beat him and you know just with everything that happened. Know chuck martin's like he let one go season. Got away from them here in an opportunity but they have a lotta guys back in their veterans. Even we'll be ready to go. Yeah i think that's i think. His his dynamic is interesting where they had going into last year. I think a team that they were really high on a lot of experience players from a team. That won the mac two years ago. But you're always looking ahead and so in two thousand nineteen. Maybe you're looking at guys who go k. By two thousand twenty one this player will be experienced enough that we can count on him and then they get three games and it's a weird year because they're not practicing as much and it's going to be interesting to me was specifically with that program but a handful of others as well how they how they make up for what was essentially a lost year and how they're going to get some of these guys caught up on the experience that for for the most part they didn't even get well and the other part of experiences now is is playing the games guys who started last year for the first time it's playing games with fans and you saw a little bit of it the game up in minnesota on the road at night and hostile environment. You know. there's an element of that this year. Where some guys may have played. Maybe they didn't play a lot maybe they did. But it's a heck of a lot different playing in front of a packed house where there's a lot of passion at night sometimes or even just during the day fans are excited to get out there they're going to be passionate about these games and there's a noise and energy component that if you're not used to dealing with i mean it's like going like you know from a jv game two are seeking mean it's friends and family only and then all of a sudden you may have five or six thousand people there. That's a big jump in a lot of these guys who were. Maybe i sure starters really started a little bit twenty nineteen like they don't have that experience to be able to draw upon and you know it's it's tough to replicate you can try it all you want but in that situation it's really really hard to deal with Quickly here i appreciate you joining me. I know you're getting set for cincinnati miami grade. Cj stroud from last night. i'd probably give him a c plus bounce back like better very skilled guy obviously but first time starting on the road. That's going to be tough. You missed some throws early on you. Obviously the interception there was some rain you know in you know playing in the elements that night. There's a little bit of that thrown in there. We've got to be more accurate and he'll later in the game. Yeah he did a good job. Of course some shows a little swing. Swing passes on henderson. He's taking sixty yards great. But i'm not really giving him credit for six-yard touchdown pass on that you know. He throws a bubbly twelve yards. Those are easy and quarterback friendly throws those are the ones who have to make those consistently. Then i need it like the touchdown. We'll wilson heck wills at six years of separation. And i'm not going to penalize him for that but i need to see him be crisper next week coming out starting in the game and you know what he probably jitters vegas said guys first time doing a college pass on the road at night. You know pretty hostile environment and you got a little bit of rain. On southbound with the ball can get slippery. A kids probably didn't play much weather out there and so there's a lot of variables to consider. I appreciate the time. I know you have a lock on. Enjoy the game tomorrow afternoon. Thanks so much. Bobby you gotta tomorrow the tv broadcast on espn plus bobby carpenter. The longtime nfl linebacker former buckeye has the game cincinnati and miami version number. One twenty five. It's a quarter to five part of my interview with desmond ritter a little bit later on and we have lease sterling paramount sports in one hour going to help you make some money this weekend. Alex college football. Let's talk about that. Big thing as we get set for a season of anticipation and hype for the bearcats plus brennaman and jones on baseball coming up on. Espn fifteen thirty. Cincinnati sports station. I got an answer to that question for you. At the reds play the tigers tonight whom they open season against last year seven ten this evening on seven hundred wwl team needs jesse winker back in the worst way. They also need the joey. Votto resurgence to go through. If you will a resurgence and look this is it's been fun watching. Joey have a better season. It's been fun watching. Joey a big part of this team and he had a couple of hits in the the doubleheader games against the cardinals but you know maybe that long stretch that he went through where it felt like he was hitting a home run every single day. Maybe that wasn't necessarily sustainable. But you know to a degree here. The production has dropped a little bit. I think it's from august seventeenth on the production. And i'm pulling it up here as we speak. Because i want to be statistically correct because i cannot read my own handwriting when i jotted this down earlier today but the stretch from august seventeen on joey's hitting a buck seventy eight the s. has falling seven seventeen. He only has a handful of extra-base hits struck out a bunch. He is still walked a fair amount but still the last couple of weeks. The production is slid. That's okay too weak dip. It's going to happen even in very good seasons but you saw what it meant for this team when he carried it and right now in the absence of winker and some of these other guys scuffling the way they have the guy you look to was supposed to be joey votto and he carried this team for a huge stretch. It would. it would be great to get a resurgence of the resurgent. Joey vodka that we had seen for such a long stretch of time earlier this year more on the reds and tigers. You'll hear david bell's pre game comments coming up at five thirty three. You'll also hear a part of a conversation. I had this week with. Uc quarterback desmond. Ritter as we get set for the bearcats in miami tomorrow. And there's a couple of different issues here. There's what is being asked of. You see this season. There are the possibilities for uc moving forward with the big twelve now clearly in focus. We'll get to all of that coming up at five zero five but first brennaman and jones on baseball twenty seven after five. This is espn fifteen. Thirty david nells pre-game comments in eight minutes reds and tigers tonight and we'll do some football handicapping coming up in just about fifteen minutes. I do this every single week. And i thought starting this season i would play part of these that we don't necessarily get a chance to err on the pre-game show every tuesday during football season. Go down to uci. And i interview player for that week's pre show and and we have a thirty minute pre game show. There's a lot of stuff in it. And so a lot of what we talk about kind of gets cut. And i went down this week to talk to desmond ritter. And they're actually they're they're five desmond joins me for the pre-game show so i i should. Maybe if you believe in such things go talk to him every single week and it's been fun it's been fun to just not necessarily get to know him but talk with him on a regular basis and watch them grow and mature physically and otherwise And so i thought i'd play a part of it. We'll hear more of this tomorrow on the pre-game show which starts at three o'clock on one or two seven w. e. b. but here's a part just a part of does rhetoric chatting earlier this week. I feel like this is about the forty eighth time you and i have done a season opening interview. I said you before we started this one of these guys around college football that when folks watch barakat games they're gonna go. Does ritter has been there since like rick. Minner was the head coach. Do you feel that old sundays. I do days. I don't sundays. I definitely feel like i've been here for a good amount of time and then other days. You know i feel. I just walk in the door Last week But now it's it's a good experience being here seeing all the guys come in You know since. I've been here as a as a freshman guys like corey cunningham be country garrett campbell cal trout in all like my warrant airforce. Who just left so just seeing everyone and go on. It's been a wild adventure but it's been fun. What has that translated to this off season during training camp as you get ready for the year i've just taken my overall preparation to the next level. no being the coaching staff being with him every day And learning you know the true ins and out of you know not just Our game playing what we want. But how the coaches want. The game plan really ran on it. You know what. They're thinking their heads when they call certain place specific plays to what they see the defense. Let's go back to last season before we look ahead. Three games in. I think you would say your performances were maybe a little uneven and then the smu game it just felt like the light bulb came on something clicked. However you wanna put it go back to last year. When did it click for you that you know what i'm about to have a very special junior season yard sales sometime sometime thirty four years. There was a tom I think at the third or fourth week coach steve And as you know we just talked about trust. Talk about trust and everyone around us You got players on the field that can make place. Just let them make their plays on pressure off myself. Just kinda let the game come to me in play my game. I think that's really when you really start. Seeing the whole offense click as a whole had an eventful offseason. Tell me what you learn from jordan palmer. I learned a whole bunch from him Stuff that you would think that you already knows quarterback in in that you've been doing since you know you're a little kid playing football And you just doing things slightly off Whether that's you know trying to make up for arm strength maybe as as a kid or high school player that you didn't have and you know certain foot works that you would've taken high school that you know that you brought with you to college still stayed with you because it's what's work But it's not necessarily more 'cause you know you you have the arm strength you have the ability to use your whole body so's really just learning. You know the the mechanics a really how to throw using your whole body instead of just your you were a counselor at the manning passing academy which involves basically a. Who's who of high profile college quarterbacks. What was that experience like. Those are good experience as a good three or four day experience Being out with like you said the top forty guys in colleges funda to get out there and you know we camp counselors as you said but we also got to work out Those three days with the with the college quarterbacks and the manning's having them coach us and everything but no it was great to get out there and kinda on size up your competition. We don't play a lot of those guys but size up your competition. You know going into the draft on because those forty guys over there down in louisiana. You know they'd take wh- about twenty quarterbacks for the combine so you know a good amount of not all those guys air will be the columbine so it's kinda cool jazz how everyone interacted with each other and it was fun between your development as passer and the additions to the outside and i think the overall evolution of the offense the expectation is you guys can do some things offensively. That maybe haven't been able to do quite the extent you would have liked over your first three seasons. What should that look like this year. explosive thing. That kind of goes back to over. You're talking about earlier of truss I think the most With my receiver. Since i've been here in almost four or five years since i've been here But you know like i said just letting players will make plays in and then that comes with explosive plays and i think you're gonna see a lot of that on the season. Three offense on deep downfield people. Going up You know making making plays over top of people and just really like i said. Let him play makers make place all right. This is a six time. We've done this. You've won the first five starts that we've done a pre game interview so you know you have to do this often this year right. That sounds good. I think it's a little alone. Whatever you wanna call them. Oh joe we going on. So i mean we keep it going maybe to bring you go in the nfl. Every every year for a season just mentioned me at the draft. I'll just mentioned me. Just give you a little shoutout. I does ritter good dude. And it's been fun to watch is Development and his progress over the last three plus seasons he will be behind senator tomorrow. Bearcats and miami more of that conversation during the game show which starts at three o'clock on one or two seven w. espn and seven hundred. W l w ali starlings going to help us make some money on the college football season at about ten minutes but first david bell on. Espn fifteen thirty. We're running behind because we've been all over the place. Sports updates and service kelsey chevrolet home of lifetime powertrain protection guaranteed credit approval from their family to yours for life kelsey chef dot com reds and tigers. Tonight a great american ballpark. Here's david bell chatting with reporters about setting the rotation for the last month of the season and an update on jesse winker for the most part I i do think there's some benefit from the office the rest of the way It might just happen to where they fall into place framework. We need them. We'll continue to look at it. But we will have to make decision since sunny in in wade both pitch on the same day because i will probably make that decision today but no other discussions switching anything around data up. Sorry if i can just jump in here. How is jesse progressing and is there any update on us. He's definitely progressing. he's getting closer Ramp up the swinging throwing baseball activity. He could be. It could be a week away from going to play somewhere. I believe he would. He would benefit from at least a couple of games in aaa. So i think on the the very positive optimistic end of things you could be planned by next week weekend in aaa if i can follow up. david watt. Why do you think that would be a really good idea to have you in rehab games as opposed to have hammered right back. What's the i just think it's always that's always a good idea whenever possible we're going to be anxious to get him back for sure But from a health health standpoint just because it's different there's a different amount of adrenaline. No matter no matter what you do when you're when you're playing here and from from a health standpoint. It's probably better but really hopefully it will be beyond not any concerns there. It's more about just timing. Getting getting his read them at the plate and being able to do that in a situation where the results don't matter at quite as much that's enough we've heard enough. That's david bell talking about jesse winker talking about the reds talking about the tigers. Let's let's talk gambling with least early next quarter to six this. Espn fifteen thirty on mojo. Egger we're going to do this. Every single thursday. I know today is not thursdays. But it's our. It's our last friday show of the year. We're getting set for week. One of college football. We're going to chat with lease sterling from paramount sports. We're going to take a look at games that you might want to invest in. Lee is the best in this field. He's gonna join us every single thursday starting next week but It's good to have you on our last friday. Show how are you i'm good. I can't complain. The maintenance about seventy nine degrees. And i think Maybe a cloud maybe over the southern tip of cuba. So we're okay. okay. Miami very good Speaking speaking of miami. Let's let's talk about the school located here because a big season opener for the cats playing a historic rival. Obviously cincinnati is a pretty lopsided favorite. I know you're all over this game. Talk to me about the bearcats redhawks in newport stadium. Tomorrow well. I seems not a joke my ohio. I mean after starting sixteen thirty three under head coach chuck martin turned it around. They're sixteen and thirteen the last twenty nine games I just don't think that cincinnati is gonna show a whole lot on offense here. I mean they've games coming up this week and next week. And it's murray state and they gotta save some stuff for indiana. That's a big game here. So what you're going to see From miami of ohio. This kid jack sorenson number thirteen. They move him all over the field. They only played three games last year. Pretty caught eighteen balls for over three hundred fifty yards and four touchdowns so he's the weapon. He's weapon number one two and three So i think it is going to be a game that they'll just probably grounded out to get the new running backs involved and I think that the win the game probably thirty eight seventeen but i made the line twenty and they have the line twenty three. Maybe you know maybe the little bit of value in the underdog in the first game so We'll take the twenty three points. I think it's going to be something like thirty. Eight seventeen final. You mentioned the indiana hoosiers. Big ten game to open up for you. Talk to me about the hawkeyes versus the hoosiers. Well they may not be a basketball's going with they might be a football school. it's crazy. i mean michael penick. She talked about a difference. A quarterback makes when he didn't play in the two games this fourteen and twenty points. He looked like the north western offense from a couple of years ago. It was tough to watch but when he plays court at least twenty four points in every game they changed some of their blocking schemes. What i liked about their coaching staff actually go to a lot of spring games. Watch tapes of it and and they realized that they need to get more the running game so they changed some of their blocking schemes and they needed to stay out of second long and third long situations and they do they feel more success on defense. What they do they bring the heat. They got two cornerbacks and williams mullen that can guard man to man and that led to seventeen interceptions last year and eight games and twenty five sacks so they actually can play some defense and they lost each of the last three games straight up and it gets spread to iowa. I think i was pretty much the same team. You've seen the last ten years the only difference they did lose three of the four. Starting defensive lineman here. I think the wrong teams favorite indiana's now a football school hoosiers twenty six twenty three over the hawk. Is the big ten michigan lane. A big number against western michigan. I think i'm gonna probably be backing michigan a whole lot this year but this might be one of the cases that i do so they switch some things up on defense there. You're going to see more of a three four look with new defensive coordinator. Mike mcdonald from the ravens. No not michael macdonald from the doobie brothers. Mike mcdonald from from the ravens so They're gonna come after you a little bit. More here and cade mcnamara starting to settle in quarterback. They got score. Here against western michigan western michigan. They gave up almost thirty points per game last year to six mac opponents and western kentucky. Yikes i mean. They gave up fifty three points to eastern michigan. Forty four central michigan. If michigan doesn't score forty points like tennessee like last night in big trouble here. I think they pulled away late day. Wants forty nine to three and two thousand eighteen against his western michigan team western michigan. Just one eight as a road. Underdog i think michigan barely covers thirty eight seventeen lease sterling paramount. Sports is with us close to pick him between texas tech in houston. But you like this one. Why yeah it's going to be wild. I mean the last time. These two teams played with sixty three forty nine. I think techniques to win. I think technical needs to do something they need to. You somehow raised their stature on the national scene or else be forced with maybe joining them. The mountain west conference. And they don't want that so I i like the upgraded. Quarterback columbia was not the guy they bring in oregon transfer. Tyler shook. i thought he was a better quarterback. I thought he was better than brown. Who oregon elevated and he had come from boston. College sure gets a dual threat quarterback here collin schooner the linebackers coming back for like his sixteenth year Use it'll be good. They have a dual threat quarterback themselves but they lost her top two receivers it also returned punts and kickoffs here so in another while one. Give me tech here. I think they win this game. Fifty to forty five the the big one the match up of two top five teams clemson is laying points here. Handicapped the tigers versus the dogs. Who you here in like. You're talking to france. Who are you hearing that that your friends like in this game. Yeah all right so this is strange down south and you know. I'm an acc sec territory. I'm here in georgia so I think nationally people respect clinton more but down south and they love their football down here. They're in georgia. Left and right in fact eighty one percent of the bets. Offshore are coming in on georgia. I don't get it kirby smart. I don't want to back him in a big game being todd. Mahnken is offensive coordinator. I think his play calling the suspect and jt daniels. I don't think the guy is leader. I mean they barely beat. Cincinnati in that game that ballgame so he didn't show me a whole lot in that game. How good is daboh. After he loses two games a year last time it happened fifteen and oh he's got the best offensive line. All four defensive lineman. We'll probably go on the first two rounds. He's got four receivers. That are six three two six four. They can run like the wind and probably take a quarter off. The top of a backboard These kids are so talented and the quarterback dj ukulele. I think he's going to be a superstar here in davos seventeen and five neutral site games here. I think the price is cheap. I'm back in the tigers here over the bulldogs by double digits. Thirty to twenty game in a weekend for you is Wisconsin penn state with the badgers laying for. Yeah if they want to get this game just call eight hundred four hundred nine seven four one. Give this game for free and You know it should be a fun weekend we're finally getting back to some normalcy and some football Do you do you watch the ufc at all here. And there okay. I'm bonus play. It's a ufc fight now remember. It starts at one thirty tomorrow. There's a kid named patty. The baddie pimlott. He's from liverpool and He speaks english but he's tuft to understand. You don't need to understand him He is a fighter. He was asked to come into the ufc a couple years ago. He declined he said. I'm not ready yet. So he's fighting lewis. The italian stallion vendor amini This kid is really good Patty he is a great on the ground. Really good with submissions. Here you're not gonna get them this cheap i'm gonna go with patti the baddie. I think he's going to take the mattie to the to the bank here. We'll lay the one fifty on patty. The battye pimlott over lewis. The italian stallion vendor amini lease sterling by the way on twitter at paramount. Sports paramount sports dot com will join us every thursday nonetheless. Fun talk to you on a friday. Enjoy the weekend chat and six days. Thanks so much. Okay thanks on twitter at paramount sports lease sterling six away. We're done. alex is the show over. Have we reached the conclusion. All right Long three day weekend. Chad host. This show on monday. I am back at it on tuesday afternoon. Heavy great weekend. Thank you for listening. Thanks alex frank for producing. This is espn fifteen thirty. Cincinnati sports station.

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"The bobby bones post show pre show you watch outer banks. I watched season one like it. I did my husband is in more into it I watched it because he really wanted to watch it. And what's the deal like? These are high school kids. He's like I. Like it so yeah. We enjoyed it coming back for season two I don't watch it, but. What happens. Chip Esten was a friend of mine is on it. Is this character big? Yes? He's a dad. Is He a good guy? Bad Morgan you like Yeah! I liked it a lot. It took me probably until the six episode where I was finally into it, but chip asked him was. He was awesome in that show. Yeah, awesome! You're not expecting him to be. Because he's such a good guy. And he's not. Slimy character on the show. Yeah, but also part of me, and maybe it just because we know him and I know we know him and not his character. But like because it's him and I wanted be good I'm like she just doing what he needs to do to like survive and this is part of his upbringing, and it's not history. Yes. It's not his fault he's. Bad. I saw on his account. They were coming back for season two. Kayla was watching the called Sweet Magnolia. Do you watch that Morgan? Yea, I watched that whole thing you like it. Yeah, it was really good. It also got left on a cliffhanger, but it just got renewed well i. only know about it because again. Same kind of thing I know. Jamie Lynn, spears? She opened for me out for a bit and so her. Buddies and she's in it to right. She's in a it's. It's like a ROM COM drama. I would say it's probably the best way to describe it, but it's really good, so that's out that season two and that's where on Netflix. There's a story about telling the guy to man up. Because, this was a story, you and your something, your husband did yeah. Up once, and then, that wasn't good for your relationship. Yeah, I confess the all the I did that. Haunted me ever since it was two thousand twelve. I remember when I did it. And he was struggling because he got out of the Air Force, and he was really really having this identity crisis and I wasn't used to seeing him have that struggle, and so I just was said to him, and I thought maybe I was being encouraging, but also with a little frustration. I said man up. If you got a man up. It's the same as telling a woman to get in the kitchen. I tell myself demand out sometimes internally and like all right, but I don't think I think man up can be told a man or a woman that to me just means in my mind, just not. It's time to rise to the occasion that you feel you should be arriving at. Hey, it's not a man up here like it's meaning. You've prepared yourself for this situation. But I think you could say that to your I. Guess It's just in the context of its use I. Think it's about what you. Did Not go well I think we still suffer from that. I've apologized a lot I didn't realize at the time at the time I thought I was handled it well, but. Now I was not any I often have listeners reach out AL, hey my husband or my wife or my spouse, my significant other is getting out of the military and I don't know what that transition is going to be like and I often tell them to do the exact opposite of what I did. which was what I wasn't really? I didn't understand like I didn't understand the struggle. I thought okay, so you're not in the air force anymore you still are. You're smart. You're I know you'll be successful. You have another job, but I didn't realize all the at least for him. Having grown up since he was five years old, wanting to be in the air force going to the Air Force Academy in the Air Force for twelve years and then separating. I didn't realize that. That that's all he's known any struggled in the military life versus what they call civilian life I mean sort what's called, but he entering the civilian world is hard. Everybody functions into different way. They speak different emails or different communicate. Everything's just different. And he was really having a hard time adapting and I blew it off like it wasn't a big deal. I said man up. This should not when I should have had more compassion I should have listened more I should have. I didn't know you and you can t tell I can tell others that it is real, and what they're experiencing is very valid, and you need to make sure that they can experience all those feelings and emotions, and not shut them down because I feel like I. Shut it down. For him! Oh Yeah, you shouldn't say that Y- those story came out. Reminded me of you. Yeah! I pulled up my phone here, so there's a picture of Ceylan I on her instagram. Do you see this picture? I guess you commented on think of us. Thought the building. Yes, that's all you hear US talking about. We went to Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City shirt breath in a store. Let's say off the NASA logo. In. Basketball it's a total rip off But this picture of Kayla I on top of this building I am at the exact right angle to look Jack, because I'm not jacked, and I'm looking at the Polo fifty phone no I know. That it is not that big in real life. I saw your bracelet and your by says this isn't a bracelet. It's A. It's a Wu yeah. I'm not only how to use this thing yet. It'd be the worst commercial with my commercial was I. don't even know how to use this thing I don't trying like my sleep. Isn't again better a little bit, but this angle I just need to recapture this. Look at my arm and my peck, it looks huge I'm not huge as a matter of fact. I've been I'm not working out as much anymore because I don't want to go and you get Cronin. My TV production shuts down so. We drove to this thing because it was important for our sisters engagement. We didn't get close to many people, and then we'd back home, so. I'm not in the best shape. I've been in, but. Look at that right your. Wrinkled up under to cause a pack. Whatever whatever it is I need to recreate this. This is a great angle. Because I am not I, do not look like this, but holy cow. I get it ladies like. Your shoulder your chin. It's too much. Look at this picture of like what the we were We drove there. We don't want their late, so we got a hotel for that day. Just to make sure we got a few hours early. We hang out in the hotel, so we're GONNA. The hotel was cool. was they clean everything in there and even like the remote has a wrap around the goes. Hey, we just cleaned this scrub the whole remote. So. Kayla has his dress wearing top and a skirt and. She's ironing. She irons like my shirt. And then she starts earning her skirt a little bit. And then we're talking at price. It's Larry or something and then. She looks like she goes Oh. She burnt a hole all the way through skirt with the iron. She was so distracted. So hilarious. Yes, you are! Distracted by your body. Wasn't is. But she had a whole and she was like. Oh, no, but I guess I went through the scar, but it didn't go through the slip, so should have big hole on her hip. In this outfit that I think she bought for this, but pretty much, and she's fine. She was like whatever who cares, but she kind of had a purse. She kept over at the whole time but I felt bad for I was like all right. What do we need to do Walmart? Get you another slip like what's the plan here? But she handled it. She told me that you're I can't remember how she put it on. Even honestly remember exactly what brought this up, but that you're very Willing to do things that normally I don't think that you. Maybe in the beginning weren't doing. You're really showing your acts of service. Not, that she she needs, but that's. She's noticing that means. Okay example disagreeing with you? Well. That's an example. You being willing. What do we? Like. There's no. Eight, let's keep our. Just in case, but she had she was all good. There was something about taking out the trash. Or something. I was in. I don't know what I should say on the radio. I shouldn't so never mind. You're doing good is a compliment. She was saying that there's like little things I guess she had been taking out the trash. And then you notice so then you're like okay. I got it and you would think through you took out the trash. I do I don't know grand gesture. Sometimes, it's just so. Let's say up. She likes. When you take out the trash. You should I. don't like when take out the trash. She's like. To the trash, but I'm giving Zen. Like every day, you should be got the trash babe. I should make a big deal. Full. I'm going to get the trash. No, don't mind me or we gotta get in today's show. Thanks, guys. Let's get rolling with today's show. Glad to have everybody here. Thank you thank you, thank you. Follow me on Instagram if you want. There's an episode of Super Easy Trivia with. Grainger Smith and Russell Dickerson are one of our heads at iheartradio son. Kevin. Gregson is on there, so he played, too. So, it's all out there. Check it out. On their, would he by yeah probably. Logo wanted to play, and so I was like come on. It's Super Easy Trivia. Here's Today's radio show. Thank you. If, you're looking for a job or need staffing solutions for your business. It's time to get to know. Express Employment Professionals Express wants to help people thrive and businesses grow, and the opportunity to work is an important part of moving forward expressed is a leader in the staffing industry. It has thirty years of experience helping local businesses succeed and helping people find a job when they need it the most they expertly connect job seekers to local companies in a variety of positions ranging from administrative jobs. 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Now I come in, but that's already lead because. I vision. My vision is still blurry today. I can't get it right so if someone's listening knows what's up with me. Can you imagine the medical is? We're GONNA. Get Right now. I want my eyes have not been able to focus almost all day. I'M GONNA be eighty percent now, but I woke up and it's like right when you wake up. It's slowly kinda fades in. then. You're good, but I just cannot get all back today for some reason. So if this ever happened anyone, feel free. Put on our facebook page. Can you imagine what the comments are going to be? For sure I'm going to be dying ninety percent of them I. Don't know that you should read them, but. Like for someone to be on my side. Morgan what you think they all be done death comments. I mean yeah, probably everybody's mean on facebook right now, so just can't get my vision all the way back so that worries me in conjunction with some of the brain stuff. Do you think it's related? Or should you call and tell them as the new symptom like you need to be tracking all your symptoms? Because they could be related because like your eyes are in your brain. The point that. They are. No. No. Low struggle today in Can The big debate in my household is so i. get this drink from starbucks. What does this? `Grande. Well, it's the size. Yeah, it's a Latin well, thank you. So the big question is because i. Get my my coffee. I drink a dirty chai like it, but put two shots of Espresso in it when I get one right, so it's kind of a coffee tea. I. Call it a coffee, CAITLYN's It's t what would you define it? As it's hot, it's hot to. This is the dividend. Of the big debate. Well? It's like. It's looks so much like. A child because what's a lot, though it's like there's it is not. offi drink. JT though I make a macho lots of really just anything with milk. Define it as I think you're having coffee. Thank you very much one victory for me. I told her I wasn't even trying to take your side I. Just I right now in my cup. I have shot of Espresso and milk in minds coffee so. There's more copy than T. that's what I'm. So in yours. We're GONNA. Talk to Edie and a little bit. Who I I'm hearing either. He got late last night or early this morning his latest result if he's he's not doing the garage thing because I thought. Maybe he would get it before right now. He just got it. We'll find out if he's. Co with positive or Kobe negative. He just had corona. How many days ago get diagnosed with that? We. Think is longer than like a weekend few days when Eddie was Kobe positive, that's a great question. It was right after got back from the. Vaca- so I guess. He never came back It's been a while well. We'll see later on if he's still has krono or not. This is Claire from New York Good Morning Studio, so I was walking this morning, and listening to your podcast, and I thought I heard screaming, so I paused the podcast to listen, and I did I, heard somebody saying, help me somebody, please help me screaming at the top of their lungs, so my first instinct was to go up into the House and the house was Kinda shady so. What would you guys have done in that situation I? I ended up calling my husband. He was there in less than a minute. We ended up calling nine, one one and my husband. Maybe get the car we left and now on. I can't stop thinking about it because we don't know what happened. Would you done? I would've gone closer to the House and yelled and ask for someone to yell back. So I would have went tour. I would've gone toward the house. I'm trying to think I would love to have just been a hero in run up in there, but I would have run to the house emily. What is happening? What is wrong? Do you need help. And then if they would've answered and said Yes then I would have gone into the house. I don't think it's wrong now. What she did was great, but I I would be the same way of my brain wouldn't be able to stop thinking wondering and worrying about what happened and. If whoever it was is okay. What's the move would have made though you hear. What she did. Called either my husband or called nine one one. Or whatever so I think calling a professional to go help. I I'm not equipped to go into a situation like that I guess. Doesn't I think I would do Clare, you did nothing wrong? Don't burn yourself with any sort of guilt here. Here is Chris from Charlotte North Carolina I. Have a bone to pick with lunchbox, but finally checked out instagram today and I notice. He has zero following. What is that lunchbox? Even follow your crew your family. This is all kinds of mess. Thank you have a great day follows zero people. Any answer to him Yeah, I just don't follow people on Instagram, because I don't WanNa waste time sitting there scrolling instagram. I wasted enough time on social media so I made a conscious decision. Not Follow anybody so I wouldn't get wrapped up an instagram life. There you have it or hurt anybody's feelings if I didn't follow him to. When did you care about hurting people's feelings? Yes, winded. Sorry, please tell us. Why don't you follow me and I'm like I? Don't have time for you like I. Don't follow you and I don't have to worry about that I don't and there's a lot of people that I'd have to follow that. I. Don't really care about at all right there. You Go, I now time for the good news countdown five stories all good. Let's see what makes the countdown this week. It's the good news countdown counting down the biggest good news stories across the land. All right here we go, let's start with. A woman in Kansas City one hundred bucks on a lottery ticket and gave it to the family of a wounded cop. It turns out. She did it even though she lost her job. Because of the pandemic, someone started to go fund me page for her, and it's already raised thousands of dollars so good and good and good. That's number five. Worth Both parents of a six month old baby recently tested positive for corona virus and they have a baby. So. The doctor took care of the baby for a month. Crazy. can do that now. They're all back home. Abnormally. The rules I just think it made me feel good. I'll put it at number four. A twenty two year old nurse who has been on the front lines for months I'm talking for math full gear every day she goes in. She just made it into the semi-finals of the Miss England pageant. She's so in the British army reserves. She doesn't all reserves. Beauty pageants. That's crazy and that's the number three. Guy From. Virginia drove fourteen hundred miles to Bozeman Montana just to play trombone outside his brothers window, while he recovered from the virus for trauma bonus from Montana State University joined him. Here's a clip of his brother talking about it. fourteen hundred miles. It took to get here. Genie put together trombone section for me and I brought the music and. Here we all Nicholas. I'm supposed to Bozeman and a couple of weeks to shoot the first episode because it keeps getting delayed because a corona. But I'm supposed to go to bozeman Montana to shoot the first episode in two and a half weeks never been. We're on the air up there, too can't wait to go up there. Maybe I'll see this guy's brother. Take an instrument place in. Our number one. A seventy nine year old guy from Arizona was trying to drive to Wisconsin to see us son for the first time in eighteen years, but he kept getting lost. Older guy was having trouble with GPS having trouble with maps, so he stopped to ask for directions at a gas station Illinois. A RANDOM COUPLES HEY? We'll drive it to the rest of the way just to make sure you get there. And he got there and they didn't even mug him. Yeah come on there, you go. That's number one. Close it up. The good news countdown. On right now is Allie in Springfield Missouri. Hey allie what's happening? I'm still excited. This is literally a dream. Come true, well awesome. You know I was just up there on your neck. I followed you on Instagram you wearing Branston at bactheatre. That's awesome. Yeah, it is. One of my favorite places in America, now that area, big cedars amazing. If you get a chance to go, but man you have, and I've been to the ozarks. I'm from Arkansas, but you guys really have a great spot up there Oh Yeah. It's so pretty Branson's one of the prettiest thoughts ever in my opinion. What do you do for fun like what's a hobby that you have up there in Springfield? Well I, actually live about thirty minutes west of Springfield in the country, so we're farmers than we like to. And fashion just do anything outside. Do! You ever go to bears, sports, Grill and Springfield. there. There's one in. A couple in like Republican next I right by Springfield. Ask because they. It bears sports grill. They have the bobby bones burger and haven't I should've have to the restaurant when I was up there. We actually have to play a game. Alien Springfield us so this is I didn't make this game. Mike D made the game. Arrays host at Ray. What's the game? Albert Einstein or bobby bones, their quotes and you have to say who said quote. Oh. My Gosh Okay I didn't make the game. This is hilarious. With her. Oh No, you should play if she wants my help second, ask me hey, okay, alley! Received you can guess who said Albert Einstein. Every, game ever I'll be honest. Albert Einstein or Bobby Go Henry. I. One insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, Einstein her bones. Jeff. Stein! Nice all right? That's one. Go ahead I. don't believe in Luck I. Don't believe in destiny instead I believe that our lives are powered by countless micro decisions. That's bobby. I love this yet to think about it though that's the greatest compliment ever. Amy No. Yes, I'm curious to hear the rest of these. Okay go ahead. Life is like riding a bicycle to keep your balance. You must keep moving. Einstein bones, honestly those one. The other deal I know. Hard I think. Don. Amy. What do you think Einstein? It's Einstein. Okay. All right Allie got it wrong go. Clare Yeah, go ahead. I just feel like I'm probably rode bicycles. You write a Peleton. You're at a stationary. I go ahead. The sooner you embrace the truth, the sooner you can leave behind the bitterness of what you don't have and start. Bobby I. Don't think you read that right I. I said Mike. Where did quotes from my book? The second one. I mean read it again, right? The sooner you embrace, this true this truth. Sorry, sorry! Sorry, the sooner you embrace this truth, the sooner you can leave behind the bitterness of what you don't have an start. Okay, I. Think be some more start. What whatever it is meaning as soon as you let go of things that are irritating you, the sooner you can get started on things that don't things that really matter. I said that she could that right or do. We just give that to her. Whatever. Someone anyway, it's like sooner you could. Hurt the sooner you can actually accomplish things sooner. People get over not wearing masks. As sooner we can get on with. That's it. That was amy Einstein. Next one Raymundo I figured out what you sorry. I have figured out that you never completely figure it out. Bones or Einstein. They'd again. I have figured out that you never completely figure it out. I think. She. Says Einstein says me ray its bones. Wrong amy right, the caller has a name ray her name's Allie Allie OK. Allies only got. To for four and I got one left. Okay, go ahead! The smaller you break down the activity. Or time it takes to do something the more manageable. It becomes bones or Einstein video one more time, right? The smaller you break down the activity or time it takes to do something the more manageable it becomes bones or Einstein. Mr Bobby Bone I think I wrote about running. Because I hate running long distances, but if I run post, post. I can do it and I think even when my career. It was never about. I want to be the biggest baddest ever it was like. Can I do this small? I have my goal, but then it's always about reaching the next model. Ten small goals. You'll do that before you can reach one big old same distance. Elephant! One Bite at a time there you go all right. That's a pretty game we like. I love hearing unites on Ya I didn't make the game. On the show recently you complimented me and said I was very. Very smart. That's what Mike was fired by the game. And then you're gonNA bust and get a break. Okay WHOA! Sensitive Sally I didn't not none in now now. I'm out of here. Okay. I'm GonNa give her a one hundred dollars. Walmart Gift Card Oh see that there you go, but did you even win? Yeah because I got one I'll give it to her four to six. Okay cool. Anyway. Alley what you could everything go with you. Yes, I'm doing good. I'm actually teaching summer school so I'm speech. Here in Springfield or what? Speech pathologists. I went to a lot of speech pathology. Mine wasn't for an accident or anything. Mind was to try to lose some of my accent. So I don't know. Yeah. Because one where I grew up in Arkansas. Is. Say, something how you used to say well the whole when I'm tired I know, but give us an example when I'm tired. Talk to us. How just? Give us a whole. Season is I. Know but like talk to us. How what age give us sixteen year old, bobby a nine year, old bobby! Thirteen year old. Want sure okay thirteen. We'll settle there I don't know. What you want me to say what we go hunting today or we now May. Not that's it's just there's nothing wrong with that. Out of I know but to hear that you I'm not. Kidding I'm from Texas like I. Have An accent, too I-. I- hearing. Hearing you that way. It just as weird because you've I'm. Not Proud of your accent, but you wanted to be able to. Be like or even television nationally exactly what if people want to be like well? But still I do get a lot like banging your accents Dick. Mostly from people from Boston York northeast of our. Hey, thank you very much alley. If you have a great day, you're GONNA to one hundred dollars gift card to Walmart and just appreciate you listening all right. Thanks Bobby. It's so much fun. And she was able to identify which I think. Most folks will I'm Stein or bones. Thank you close it up. From, Nashville entirely would number to thirty seven skinny Brandon Lamour explain why the message of her. Song Bluebird is important for her to I. Don't consider myself optimistic necessarily I, think I'm I'm not carefree I'm definitely a worrier, and I'm a planner and. I think I've gotten a little more laid back in my thirties but I definitely. I need to hear the message and Bluebird, too, because I have to remind myself to keep up Bloomberg, heart also Chris Johnson shared how his song done was inspired by his wife I think that Vienna songwriter artist in particular, there's already a vulnerability and honesty about it, especially with done I mean done. Done is a real a real thing I said. I saw Kelly for the first time. And, so it was natural just to put it into a song right? Young says fans shouldn't expect any more songs about his daughter had this one not been the right song. We would keep trying to right the right song but I. Know this is the song. This is what I had to say. I meant to say it this way so I. Actually have to fight against songwriters. The opposite like that's beautiful. Already wrote this on. I'm not going to have ten songs about my daughter. She gets one and then her siblings will all get one then it'll be the right one, and luckily we've landed on the right one the first time. That's your skinny. It's time for the good news swift bobby. A doctor helps save a three year old boy from drowning in a pool in New Jersey, a family member got the child out of the shallow end hotel. Pool and Dr John Blundell. Who is staying at the hotel performed CPR and revived the boy before first responders arrived. Imagine your kid is drowning someone. Pull them out saves them, and there's a doctor there to bring them back to life. What are the odds? Fortunately, a police officer Scot Gas and it was also nearby when the call came in, so he rushed over there, too, and gave the boy oxygen. Like this kid perfect storm at will after he fell in think that virus. Everything worked out, so let me shut out Dr John. BLUNDELL officer Scot. Gaston the unnamed person who pulled the kid from the pool. He didn't get the shout out here. In the article, unnamed person all unnamed people. We shout you out right here together, but that's a story. I wanted to share that there you go. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Show. This story comes us from Huntington. New York this Guy Robert was sinister about a year and a half in prison for stealing cars like and I don't want to go to prison. You know what I'll do. I'll take my own death, so he types up a death certificate and emails it to the police station. Only problem is he misspelt a bunch of words on the death certificate? Got A TAI-BO GATOS they win. Now he's backing Brisbane. Much. That's your boneheads story today. The painters are finishing up my house. and. They're the nicest guys I've ever been around. They're always. Good, and I walked out there today and he goes. Hey, excuse me, would you mind if I just turn the music up? Ten percent and I was like y'all Ma'am Jamat Al you want. But I just thought that was really nice I'm going to be just ten percent and I was like you WanNa go fifty fifty. Yeah, because they're having a painting there all day and they need entertainment. Don't we come by Delta other masks on real quick. And I'm. Like I guess thoughtful the greatest. I should send it over to you, didn't he painted down? Actually do I seriously do I. Even still having worked on at our house, too, and I had to have sinks disconnected and a plumber was. They're doing it and we were in the kitchen, and he was talking to me about his favorite music and how he loves Hick hop. Oh, hip hop, so it's like hip hop, but hit country country hip hop right? Yes, and I just looked at him confused, and of course I mean I can put together. I know what it is, but I didn't. He was asked if I knew in ear. What my favorite caught was and I didn't have any and I having Alexa in my kitchen, and he saw, and he just looked over. You said Hey Alexa play big small. Talk. You shocked at somebody random yelled at your Alexa. Yes, I just thought I. Don't know etiquette for Alexa because it's still also knew a lot of people, but do you if you're not friends with somebody, can you talk to their? Smart device using Alexis like a kid like only talk to my kids. If I know you, are you ask right? I don't know I mean. I was certainly wasn't mad at him or anything and I don't think he meant any harm. Someone's yells at your. Alexa right yes. It made me laugh. 'cause like I don't know you you're in. My house were talking yes in. You're really nice, but you're not. You're not, if you my house and you said Hey, play this. That'd be fine. I wouldn't even think twice about it, but I was laughing at like. Is this appropriate I don't know? Who is your favorite hiccup though? I don't know, I. I don't know cowboy. Troy okay is on coal. Ford okay called forward is low mosaics. No I think he's hip hop. Okay, Old Town road though could be considered hiccup. Ish This is a tricky one. Oh, mall, but. Though, again, big smile or whatever his name is. Alex. College Jelly Roll Jelly Ron Wyden. Do, you think about this guy yelling at her Alexa lunchbox. Man I would have to tell them you turn that off. That's my device at sorta lighters going in and getting something out of your fridge. It's a violation of your space and I'd have to say something Morgan. Weird not weird. It's definitely weird I would have said something to him. Raid Close it out, weird or not weird. I mean he's working for you. Or whatever right can't they take? Take control some stuff in your house. I'll be like yelling. Steve is hey stews. Give me some water. Yeah, I don't I. Really Guys. He was so nice. I, don't have a problem with it. I just thought I don't know that he should continue to do that. Other people because if I was somebody that really cared. You know it might get awkward, but I get. He was just trying to show me what hiccup what? Nothing malicious here right? Oh time now for a draft of best TV comedies. We'll go around the room, picking her favorite comedies. Form team vote on the team. You liked the best Raymundo. Has I pick today Raymundo? What's the first TV comedy you're picking? Give me your friends. That's the first overall pick I think that's that was the right one. Well! I just realized that's the theme. I thought we were drafting favorite TV comedians. First. Pick Betty White. Betty Light Ray. Romano. That wrong. What do you mean Ya ups? I don't know if. You were in here when I cut the for the ran over the weekend probably. I'M GONNA go ahead and go I'm going to draft the office as my first overall pick. which puts it over to you, amy? Take in the office. Dig and that's what I watch right now. That corrects me up, so I'll go seinfeld. Solid. This is not going to be a bad pick in the first round. Box Yeah. This is my favorite show right now, and I am loving it and it is called. We'll call it. Sheets Creek right? Yeah S Creek. Morgan. Man y'all took so many and I. I'M GONNA go with modern family. Sober good that on the way back. Right that's the first round. Now we go backward in the second round were drafting TV comedies. Morgan your second pick. To go fresh Prince of bel-air, Oh okay. All these have been on my list so far. Nobody's really. Bad picky lunch Mike's Okay I love. This show can watch the reruns over and over again, and you will laugh out loud. Give me parks and REC. Who else you have your comedian. Shut up. How I met your mother? Megan. Many before you again? You pause for so long game. Go Golden Girls Oh no, no, no I'm GONNA go to. The? Best TV comedies Raymond over to you. Good wholesome family show from back in the day. Did I do that. Family matters ice. Knocking them all down. Here We'll go with. Raimondo gets the last pick here of the of the next round. Raymundo has friends and family matters. There's going to be joining your team at your favorite comedy. Lot Of nerds out there now during the old. Corona Virus Times. Give me Big Bang theory. Deciding between two. Which one's talking about Raymond Four House. You know. Make your peg gentleman. You don't use I. Am a figure though get taken, so why don't mind sharing them I'm GonNa go full House. Okay, so my team is the office. Golden girls and full house solid. Amy Everybody Loves Raymond. So my team. Seinfeld how I met your mother? Watch, Royce Man You guys taking everything. I'M GONNA go. Man I'm going to go new girl. Where you're gonNA take them more than with yes. Close. Morgan your final lunchboxes team is s creek parks and rec in new girl Morgan. I'm so angry. Right now, I mean I guess the thing that I have left on here is the simpsons. Right. which makes Morgan's team. The Simpsons fresh prince modern family. Right there you have some the didn't make the list of mine. General probably wouldn't pick but I put it engine case. Curb your enthusiasm. Roseanne. At one. Because I've seen every single episode. Thought if the world ended I pick Mama's family. Jaguars Emily. All along. REBA. Oh? Good yeah, cheers! I knew I wouldn't pick family guy, but down to the rest of all on the list I. Guess I didn't have new girl molest, but the rest of that you have any other. Black and white shows. Are there. You go good to Bobby Villains DOT, com and vote on the team that you like the best check that out. We will talk to our video producer Eddie in the next twenty minutes or so. From what I hear. It just got US results back. So we're going to find out if he's positive or negative for corona again. He was positive week in a couple of days ago. Here's a voicemail though we got late last night more than bobby mourn. Studio Hey man I just got the perfect thing for Eddie. He's definitely in my thoughts apprentice. If you're going to name him like you have betty covid just call him. Co Vada guys are great. I love his. Co. Betty. Bed. Franko, Eddie. That's good man bringing dot com. You can always call us eight, seven, seven, seventy, seven. Bobby I'm on Instagram at Mr Bobby bones. Pileups stories so this guy wanted to buy a camper. If his three thousand five hundred dollars, so he went on to pay the person he was buying the camera from cintas wrong person. So this one kid is out golfing with his dad. His phones, I. Opened up and he just got paid thirty five hundred dollars on Mel. He knew it wasn't for him and that was a mistake, so he message the guy back and said I. Don't think this is like Oh. Yeah, shoot! It's not for you, so he is like I'm GonNa? Send you back all the money minus twenty bucks to buy myself okay. Severe with the guy said he's a deal. Salads just kind of funny how he handled it because he did the right thing, but then felt like he should reward himself. That's funny sometimes on Ben Mall pay someone. Go you have no friends with this person and comment and you've never met him before. Are you sure and I'm like? I don't know man, am I shore and I'm always thinking about to pay the wrong person. Was a life changer for me and I don't it doesn't come top of mind as much as it should judges trying to. Convince them and at Sonic to you can bend Mohan, just ask for Mill Yeah I love that it's gaining popularity, but yes, you need to like triple check. You're paying especially with someone. You don't know so according to a study of men and women. Thirty two percent of men say they have never done this around the house and I want to hear from you at that is. Too Vague, they've never done this. I feel like you've done it for sure, and it's changed changed the sheets. Oh I've probably. Yeah when I was living alone and my dog would sleep in the bed. It was every other night. Yeah, my dog doesn't sleep in the bed anymore. This dog doesn't sleep in the because he snores too loud, but yeah, my was weird. You're different than a lot of other guys, but then there's another part of the study that stuck out to me because you say that my husband does this and it was over. Half of the men surveyed said that they purposefully do a chore wrong, so they don't get asked to do it. Yeah, there's no way your husband can't full laundry. And now he served in the Air Force Academy I look outside at him mowing the yard, and it's with such precision, and there's lines and everything's perfect, and then yeah, he can't hold a t shirt because old truck kept Kevin my house for a few days when Colorado and I watched them come in. Three hookup the battery, all these wires going different places isn't. Nailed it, but he can't both towel. I know now I know he's part of half of these men that do stuff that on purpose, so we're onto you guys now we're onto you guys. And lastly if you're in the market for a beach, House Jason Dina's selling his. Hey listen. I was looking at Jason Aldean's regular house online. Holy Moly I was watching him and Tyler Farr Bowl in his house. Tyler's pants down. Yeah, I saw that clip. Yeah, and then I saw tile. Guess I'm only Jason's house from Tyler's Instagram, but I saw tyler far at Jason's pull and he was like. Hey, come on out to Jason! ALDEAN'S WATERPARK free admission, but it's really the back of aldean's house. On, stir waterpark situation. How much is this beach house? Go for? It's selling for two point nine five million dollars for like his beach us for like thirty dollars battle. That's gone down because I think it was originally listed at three point two so you're getting a deal and don't worry if you're thinking Oh. Wow, doesn't. Why does he wanNA vacation at the Beach House anymore? He still does. He bought a new one. Point one gaffe and I'm like who does all this research to find out by? The house is like thirty a Santa Rosa Santa Rosa. Beach I think. Yeah, it's in that Jason I. Know You listen sometimes. He'll on the show sometimes if you happen to be listening right now. Let me go stay in that house. You're selling for few days. We've got another week of vacation coming up out the one that's for sale. Market it yeah, I'll take pictures a minute. I'll document. Inside of that house Sons Nice I'm amy. That's my pile. Was Amy's pile of stores saw. It's time for the good news. So just gotTa shout out these parents and Ian Thomas. Bonera they have three biological children of their own. Then they knew one day they would like to adopt. They decided to complete the foster care training. I and they got a foster baby after that maybe come to find out. The baby has four older siblings and the birth mom. To the four or actually, the five decided to terminate her rights to the four, so these parents that had the baby. They said No. No, we need those four I. don't want them going in the foster system so now they are a family of ten. Wow they escalated quick. Yeah, they had their three biological kids now they're five adopted kids, and then the two parents. Good for them. I love when kids get to stay together. That is crazy. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Time to go over to me now as we do every morning for the morning, corny. Your. Morning Corny. Listening show stunks are lawyers. What's the name of that show or the skull? I? Know Law and odor. that was. Morning Gordon Goodwin. Odor there was a girl that lives in Tulsa her websites. TULSA CREATORS DOT COM. I didn't know her, but she sent up to the studio, a man like a doormat. You see our doormat can't. And half of it says Oh you have of it says it's a has a razor back on it, and it's like house divided, but she made this that she sent up and asked me to promote anything, but I thought it was a pretty cool gift. I think it doesn't have to be a sports team or can be to sports teams. My only problem was she put the Oh. You in front of the Arkansas left to right. We also. Thought some people here right to left only people in Asian countries, but here's the thing, okay. She's from Tulsa so I think she was a bit biased Oh. Yeah, probably so it is now on our front door. Yeah, it's pretty cool. TULSA CREATORS DOT COM. If you WANNA go check out the side But she it up. Sometimes we get really cool gifts in the mail, and when we do like the shooter pretty cool I here's voicemail from Amber Lynn in Dallas I'm calling in regards to Eddie's corona. Virus results I. Myself have had corona virus and I can tell you I've had to get. Re tested every week to return back to work. I have now had the corona virus positive for eight weeks, so I just wanted to tell him that, even though he feels like he's getting better. Be Cautious, because fourteen days does not need your negative Eddie. I hope you get better thin by well here at results in about fifteen minutes. Do you guys know the results? No, I don't either. I message on this morning and it was like. Hey, if we're doing the bit where you're going to be in the garage, like let me know and he goes. Pay Just got my results IRT like maybe other late last night or today like early today. And, so I was like well. Don't come in. Let's just do the bid on the air where you're telling us what it is, so I don't even know what it is because there is no pre planned about the garage. I was reading a thing to where now they're seeing people that had corona or still it's like spider webs in their lungs at times. It's what he can't breathe. So, it's longer lasting than they think okay. Spider not the same, but I can relate. No. No, you mean. Still there. IS A. Brown recluse, no, but it's like purple, and there's a whole there. and it was I'm not kidding six inches away from my baby maker. What if it were to hit that what? Ellen's place was robbed while they were there. Did you see that I did crazy? Ellen and Porsche were inside their home when it was burglarized. Deep got in got out undetected so now they've turned the place into a fortress. TMZ broke the story. It happened on July fourth. And the couple was home. That is freaky man. And also, the first time I was broken into is when I finally got series are putting in some sort of security now it's. A lot because I've had. You know issues. But. I was talking to the company at the time and I was like. Hey, who comes to you for? These security system right after people been broken into no one ever does before Like rarely to someone had no issue. Whatsoever I'd like a security system. It's always when something re nearby happens or it to them, and then the freaked out about it because that's exactly why I. Did I was like Oh my goodness? I just got busted into stole everything I need to get a system you, too. Yeah, when we first got married well, that's my first security system was our rottweiler Josie we got broken into and I had had been looking at dogs. And I wanted a really cute, little one, and then we got broken into and I was like okay I was Guli. Doberman whatever and then a a rottweiler got dropped off at our church, and needed a home in our pastor called us, and said I heard you WANNA rescue. A Dog I've got one I said. What's the breed? Said rottweiler I was like perfect and. So I started with that and then yeah, we've since upgraded to the whole alarms Baker our at our new house. We got it to where anytime door opens its she. She's she says. She says front door or back door she. Door says it to the house but I'm it just lets you know that a door has been opened an exactly which door, so that because? If if I'm not expecting anyone to go out of certain door? It's just to help because our son has been super scared, and so we thought as extra protection measure for him. He'll be able to know. If anybody opens the door, we will hear it. We will hear it. We promise that's why we got hurt. She's notifies US front door. We were having security issues. I'll mention now I think now felt good about saying we moved. I, said it on the air. We moved a while ago because not only were. We haven't some new security issues, but people were also Let's just say they were. It wasn't good for Caitlin. To be where we were, and so we moved. In and out. Kind of the same thing now. I'm as Cameron up as I could be, you know the place we have now is kind of built for that thing I just. I've had price seven instances over the past. Ten years some low closer than others. But we had to move, and so we've moved now, but that's scary. They were home in. Someone got in and got out I know you wouldn't even think with Porsche and Ellen. They would have already had a fortress. With them, though you would think they had somebody standing outside with a gun guard. Yeah I. Just Think Celebrities A. Weapon! Up nudes or weapon women out front in all black ready to go. Kelsey grammer, daughter, get cut by man who started swinging a knife in new. York City let's. Did you see this now? All because the restaurant she was, that was about to close and wouldn't let them in, so it wasn't the same kind of thing, but still it was a weird. Law Enforcement sources confirmed the scary incident went down late. Friday night at a place called the black ant. They're about close up shop. Some guy who witnesses describe as seemingly drunk walked up, so let me in turned away by staff. He wanted to arrange whip out a blade hacking away with guests and employees wow. And her and a friend of hers, two of the victims that got slashed by this guy that. Awful. What in the world, I got a couple more of those. What in the world's like what's wrong with? People's in a second. Today. It's been a day where I was reading to the news, and I was like what is wrong with. People will not do it next though. We need a little a little break. This. Producer at he's on the phone with us. A week ago. He told us he had chronic virus. So all last week we talked to them on the phone Eddie. What's up? Guys how you doing I'm feeling great. How're you doing his step? Now. I text someone else's driving in this morning. Hey! Do under the bit and he's like well. I just got my results. Did you get them today or late last night I got him late last night. I don't know if he has it or not. We WanNA. Make some guesses here. I'm tired of guessing about Eddie's health. Give it to me. How long did take you to get your results? Over the weekend man, I mean it was quick I got done Friday and then they hit me up Sunday night Sunday evening. Did you pay for a medium rapid result or did it? Come back pretty quick. Just generally you know, I did not pay extra for the rapid result. They just I guess this place is a different place and I went to. Faster so did they call you or email you? They called me. Boy. There's not good own. Negative you haven't. They called you in ten minutes. and. They're like hey, Bob, are you just saw here? Okay Eddie anything you want to say before you tell us. Your diagnos- I know says yeah, go ahead. Yes, I would like to tell you guys that went I went they get there and they asked me the the little survey that they give you and it's like. Have you come in contact with? Anyone would cove it in the last few days. Yeah me. And they go. Oh, you've had it I say yes. I had it fourteen days ago. And they go okay, well. Just let me know that most of the people that have been coming taking the tests fourteen days after they take it. They already test positive again automatically, so that's what she left me with I'm like okay, so what's the point of me doing this? She's like we'll give it a shot. Let's see what we get. Why automatically I thought you kinda healed up and a few days in some cases. They said that you know symptoms they go away whatever and for some reason, the virus stays in your body, and a lot of people have been coming back tested positive again. Okay, so do they stick the nose the swab all the way in your nose, deeper or easier than last time. I mean it was quicker than last time. I wouldn't say was easier I mean it was just folk and done. The guy was a pro. I let's get a drum roll up. Because here is our producer Eddie. He set it up. Though. Do you think he's? He set aside? Tell us he's positive or negative, amy. Yes play guests at his health. Come on. Condition of guests that he's hell now he's trying to set it up like everybody tested positive, but he's them superhero and he's negative. Like! He's going to be all celebrated. What's up now? My Body's high functioning. Super Shape. What are you going with? I mean just based on Ivan, getting notes from listeners to that are like yeah, good luck with that, I've tested positive five times in a row, so we had the call Oh. Yeah, the caller. She was eight times eight times so. In that weeks. Yeah, so I'M GONNA say. Oh, whatever don't positive, okay box, Cuban Positive Morgan. I'm GonNa go with positive. Alegre. Yeah, it seems like everybody's testing positive weeks after so positive and yet and buddy. I'm going negative. Guy Eddie go ahead. All right so I. Get the call. It's a nurse and she says Cathy your question. I said Yeah Have you had this like, have you? Have you tested positive for that yes? Yes, the has testified. She's like. Is there a reason why you're taking another task? Yeah, my work says that. I have to have a negative result. Tell you. Tell your work. Then you won't see him in a couple of months. 'cause you tested positive again. I'm not lobby. Oh I, know. It's a weird thing right because we're not laughing about the virus. We're laughing Edi. Setup So, she's like so you tell your coworkers. You're going to see this. Awesome had six symptoms. We'd also be treating differently. Yeah, like if he will. How are your symptoms? By the way great I? They're gone I, mean I would say about ninety eight percent because over the weekend. I just Kinda go have these waves of where I get really tired. And just kind of want to take a little nap, and then I feel better in an hour. and. That kind of just comes and goes so as far as like feeling like I still have the virus in my system. Yeah, definitely feel like there's still something in there, okay? What about your wife did she get her results? She got her results negative. Yeah. Wow, are you back in the like? You'VE GOTTA BE QUARANTINED? We've gotta still stay away from her. No I've been in I've been around the house. You plant if she's doing that. You got to be back in the room. I'm trusting the scientists. The scientists are saying after ten. Of your symptoms that they first appeared. You're good. Are you ever on facebook? Because they don't trust the scientists over there. I mean it's very. I don't know it's really weird. Because I don't know who to believe, no, no. You believe the period. Eddie you believe that people who dedicated their whole life to this not someone who founds finds story at Patriot Guide Dot Com. Politicians will yes, unless they have a doctor by their name in a bunch of other doctors agreeing with them. That's who you believe. They spent their whole life studying this so. I. Never mind. I, don't want to say anything. I don't know who to believe. Should I believe Trent? Eleventh Grade, I, was met for a week during lunch or yeah Eddie. Guys are out of the ordinary to say like Oh. You need a negative test before you come back in the building and like I. I agree with that. We're not saying HR. But I agree with you. But? So what I'm saying is like okay. That's good, but then you have. The professional scientists say like well. No, not really. It's not the case you test positive for a while, but that doesn't mean that you can transmit the virus anymore I know, but I think as a business. You just have to be extra cautious, even not that they're disregarding what scientists are saying. There's it's an evolving like everyone's the the knowledge about it and what people are learning. They're. Business being less cautious that argument would be okay, but being more cautious. Well and this is another Indian suit. I definitely want to be safe and not rush. This I do want to mention that on my way to take my test. Ironically I see Raymundo in his car as we're driving to the clinic. Now this is this is this is this sets me up to like ready to go in this office at all 'cause I drive up ray. I say I, told my wife Ooh Oh. That's right, honked and honked rate. You Look Sydney. We ended up at a stop light a red light together. He grabs his mass from his glove box. And lowers the window to talk to me and my great we're. We're in two different cars far away from me. I have my that. I'm not gonNA give you the. Guys. These guys are not ready for me to come in. No later, your wife rides in a car. Yeah the whole. Such a confined space I'm getting tested again Thursday this week. I talked to you on the phone. Bobby it used to be back in the day is one example he says this one sandwich from subway and he every single day. No matter what in that's that's been a pattern in whatever it is now I'm sorry. I'm addicted to being responsible of it. You know I'm sorry. I'm addicted. bobbies like time for my weekly tests. Eddie sorry bud. What does this mean like why guys I'm losing it I'm losing. It I don't even know what my the point in my life is anymore. It means that. You can't come to work until you get a negative first of all. It means two weeks and he's. Like? I. Started working arts and crafts I do. This pattern awake up and I worked on this thing called diamond painting. It's very relaxing I'm actually loving it gives you need to relax more right now. Well okay, we'll. We'll check in with you later on the show because we'll ask you what you wanted to submit for the show today. Great all right Eddie still positive so as krona virus. Don't hit us with the. Why are you laughing? We're not laughing at his virus. We're laughing at how he presented the whole thing or laughing at that he feels okay fighting through. Our friend I mean I I still. Do. You gotta be positive during these times I? What did we? What am I going to do the same here and be? Debbie Downer about the whole thing I have no idea what to do. I just gotTa have we gotta be lighthearted lighthearted about this stuff? Sam Hunt Ken Folks Eddie Talk to you later. All right guy by Buncha. Making a vanilla ice movie I wonder because I was born in the eighties but Morgan number two. You were born in ninety, nine, hundred, ninety three. Do you remember Vanilla ice at all? And the only thing I remember from him is is is baby all I got and you just know the song I guess you don't remember it being a current song. Yeah, no I. Just I just know that song like not even the full song. Is maybe okay, so there's this one in this. was I mean? He's considered a one hit wonder for the most part like I know other stuff is because I had one of ice tape, and then had vanilla MC hammer tape, but I remember when he did the song for Ninja. Turtles Ninja rap the movie. Go. Go go go. Thought was the coolest thing ever. Do you remember, play that funky music. Why boy play that funky music? Back. At the true story of the infamous dramatic rise and fall of analysis career in the early nineties. Extreme, interest level. Pretty high me. The. netflix's or doesn't say yet right because James. Franco's doing it. Yeah. Gay, Franko Wait! Dave lesser fame got it. How do I know Dave? Twenty one jump street. That's what I would know in front of the bad guy, wasn't he? Yeah, yeah. WHO's James Franco's? The one with Seth Rogan? Does all that stuff? Yeah, and didn't. He cut his arm off in that movie. Dave Franco. Does kind of look like an allies so? Can of has that look so I don't know. Maybe they don't either, but they're making a movie about it. I like that. Yeah, I'd watch. and. It's a real actor to his wife. Is the girl from the glow? The wrestling was moved. What is it called glow? Allison breed the main wrestler and glow. Did you ever watch that show now? You told me I wasn't my thing. Yeah Kaelin and tell her that. I won't watch your shows, but I watch Eddie's. Did you have that conversation I? Think so? Yeah, we did. We had it here on the show, but also yeah told her take it into personal. Probably tell to watch yellowstone. Her Honest Opinion About Upload and she wasn't fair to it. She didn't give it a chance. She's watched fifteen minutes like the show's not for me. and I was like, but it is for me and I watched a bunch shows that you liked and I thought. Wouldn't it be for me and I ended up getting into them. Cheer for example. I was I gonNa Watch. She was like. Let's watch it and I was like Oh and then ended loving. It episode two in loved all of it like just watching. We haven't watched another one yet. The wiser by myself now it is kind of weird. Yeah, but Morgan Watch, the whole thing you upload I. Did I I like Weird Josephine? Show. Out here alone on an island, trying to make people happy and people just always make bad okay. Spend a day and a half in Oklahoma this weekend. CAITLYN's sister. Got Engaged and she was coming. We were part of the surprise after she was proposed to. So we drove over spent the whole day and I really like an in Oklahoma. City I think it's a great town It's funny because I into some listeners for sure went to this ice cream place as we're kinda getting ready to go over to the secret engagement and a couple listeners, everybody's respectful with Cronin, masks and stuff and But, this woman looked at me and she goes man. If I didn't know any better. That's where you're going, but. There's no way because I was, and I didn't have my instagram story. You can usually find out where I am by instagram story because we were surprising her sister. And I was like yeah, it'd be crazy now. It's me and so but it's great I love Yeah, love being in Oklahoma. It was called. Her sister was proposed to and on top of building and. She was surprised by it, and then all of her family was in a room. She was w surprised by that, and then she was. Tripoli surprised when there was a whole thing, too, but it was. You know as weird to kind of be socially distant, but close with folks. Because we're all it was outside. The proposal was and so we're all up there, and there's like eight of us, but no one wanted to get close to each other. Yeah, so you're all like it's great to see you, but no was really not a Lotta hugging. Since A. New Way we do things right now felt a little weird, but I felt good about it like everyone was really responsible about it, you could. Be there for someone Ceylan hugged her sister. But. I love not having a hug folks. I'll choose my hugs wisely like I. I've always liked to invest in hogs. People really want to hug and now I can still really do that. Yeah, that's what we did what you did this weekend. My husband's sister was in town, so we were just. That's why you didn't come over pickle high now. I wanted to do because I mean. We're pretty good, not gonNA live pickle ball. Where do you play pickle in Colorado? Yeah, we did a a a duo tournament teams. Kaylin, I would finish second look. I know the worse. I'd rather finish last. You know what? I'm kidding. Competing with me. Why? because. You're too competitive. I don't know well. She's very competitive in a different way is more a-team. was like we got be by an inferior opponent. I was like you're better than she is. There's no and she's like. I hear that. Is You blaming her? No, no, no, it's like there's no reason you shouldn't be performing better than her. Okay, but and she's like I don't perform well. When but then we started playing knockout in basketball against each other, so there's like. Six played knockout. You, you shoot it if you missed the person behind, you makes it your knocked out. and. She talked so much crap to me, so she is mean when she competes against somebody. And I maybe am not the best when I'm on a team with someone, and we're not performing because I'm also bad myself, right? Competitive in different ways, but yeah sad. You guys. GonNa. Come over so she. What'd you guys do anything fun one now. We just hung out at the house. We watched movies and cook dinners and baked cookies and played games stuff like that watch boxes. Birthday was Saturday what you end up doing. Really, we just hung around the house. Nothing exciting with quarantine can't really go anywhere. wife made dinner, and that was really pretty much. It and they gave me a car that was really handmade with the kids. handprints is great. I don't feel like you've thought that was what it should be I mean it's just I. It's hard to celebrate. There's nothing you can really do that I mean it's the same thing we do every day with the kids, so it's kind of like all right. And it was just a weird birthday. Turn thirty nine I started to think man do people like I used to think people saw me as the young stood on the radio, and now it's more like the creepy old man that's. Yeah grow older. I've had to kind of have have some realizations with myself, too. But. We both had quarantine birthdays at my birthday party. They were literally three people. It was me Kayla naming amy. Live or Party owes me bobby. Eric Clips of lunchbox driving into drive throughs, and explaining that it's your birthday and I told him it was my birthday. I'm really down because I can't have any friends over and I. Just WanNa. Feel the love if they would see me. Happy Birthday trying to get free stuff, too. Yeah I'm I'm a little sad. Because today's my birthday, you know with quarantine and everything I can't have friends over and so I have no one to like seeing me happy birthday. So I was hoping you guys would sing me happy birthday. Day million. Man I felt so good now. What are you GonNa? Give me for my birthday like. You're. Was Hoping you or you give me a large deeper for birthday for free. And the car behind you. Thanks you, don't you just went through all birthday song? He goes another one. Today's my birthday and it's been a bad birthday. Yeah you know this corona thing so I mean I don't have anybody like come over because a corona and I I just. WanNa. Feel the love of my birthdays. I was hoping you could see me happy birthday. Thank Grade. Chacha. Oh. I'm thirty nine. Four. Thank you so much man I'm wearing my heart. You. Guys are good. So what? What are you GonNa? Birthday, do I get a free milkshake or We can. Fire You. Don't water. That's we but no free food. 'cause I'm sad because it's my birthday. Yeah, did anybody ever give you any free? Again free smoothie. Really. Place and Now they were like a hook. You up with a moody and you want to talk about. Give me a free. They give me the biggest movie I've ever seen in my life. What's Moody Place? was US move king. And I mean. It was like forty four ounces. It was a monster. That's awesome, well happy birthday here. We baked cookies there in their. Oh, happy birthday! freaking. It's time for the good news. I missed. A in Cincinnati was at the basketball court shooting hoops with her three sons when two cops came over and started playing basketball with them, and they noticed fan. There's no net on that room like you can't play basketball without a net, so the two cops went to Walmart came back with a brand new net, and they knew the basketball they were playing with with real old bought the kids new basketball and that's awesome. Get and that's not a millionaire donate millions of dollars in building facility, but that right there is what this whole segments about just somebody doing some good for no other reason than than help folks out. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Or regions died over the weekend. I didn't know he was sick. News Order I mean is it was eighty eight so when they said his angels like okay, but yeah I just had no idea that he was near that I met him twice, and he was so nice both times I got to host that show once. Kelly Ripa I didn't meet him at that show, but I met him two other times. There's such a nice guy so warm again I didn't know him no one, but at to experience within that. We're super positive. I think I'M GONNA put Regis into the music school today. All right here we go. Bobby Music School is now in session. The morning. Did you know, read a singer. In nineteen, sixty eight, he released an album called. It's time for Regis. Here's a clip of a song called Maim. Make the old magnolia tree cement the mention of your name. You've you've made us fail? Live again. You've given us the drive. Young. Because you can hear young regis. He waited in a thirty six years before putting out another album in two thousand four. Here's a Frank Sinatra cover did on that album. You make me feel so young here you you make me feel so young. That that sounds like we just we know. What who wants to be? A millionaire came out and I. Know He's known for a daytime talk. Show for the most part that show was just a pop culture phenomenon for years and years and years so much so a dumb, saying from that show still rolls over today that your final answer. But that was such. That show was massive. And it was every week, and then it became every night because it was so big, and now they're still syndicated version al neighbor did celebrity who wants to be a millionaire, but man. That show was big. I. Remember The guy that won the million dollars. The first time I ever millionaire. The question was what President Start on the one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, eight, sixty nine laugh in, and they put them all up, and it goes like to call my dad, please. And he's like all right for one million dollars. No one had ever want a million dollars on that show like all right. We'll get your dad on the phone Herbert I don't know. The Guy Goes Hey dad. I can't tell you that much win a million dollars. The answers Richard Nixon boom and everybody was like. It was all everybody talked about the next day. So? Recipes Regis Philbin just a delightful guy to watch. Set the world record for a long time for what for the most time many the most hours on television? Well at any given your no just period in life. Okay, wow may still have it I know for a while Hugh downs. Had it remember that I get from twenty twenty? Barbara Walters new downs back in the day well regardless and then re just I don't know if he's been surpassed. Recently not still may have a, but was the world record holder for most hours on TV period. That whole show of Regis and Kathy. Lee, which was the first version? It was a local show in New York I that they were like. Hey, we want always spread this thing out against, and then it spread organically became a thing. Yeah. I saw a like a tribute thing to him and some people were coming on, and they were being interviewed about life with Regis. Regis working with redesign. How hard he worked, and he had so much success, and they call like their opinion. They're like he's the Guy Working Guy I've ever known I've seen like he had all the success and all this money, but he kept working working because of how he grew up so poor that he had this mentality that it was all going to be gone the next day, so he needed to keep the hustle and I'm like. Oh, my gosh, that's bobby. And so now it makes sense. He has the most hours on TV like He. He was a worker and I was like if someone were to ask me, I would say in my world bobbies. The hardest working person I know in the also hasn't been. Anything he's worked for will. Be Gone. Tomorrow Name Yeah I. You know speaking of that. Let's hold off on closing music. Slava. Story Rachel Cruze. She's coming before. Dave Ramsey's daughter. Yeah has also written some. She's not just Dave, rant, daughter, also very talented writer. She wouldn't a couple bestsellers. She's writing a new book on how to manage money. If you don't know how to manage money, I think that's the gist of it because I, didn't I? You know only recently. I figured out. I should just bring smart people to tell me because I didn't grow up with any money at all, but she took a clip from the radio show and put it into the book, and she asked me if it was okay. Show me talking about something. And she writes in a hotel. Okay me reading this. There are also people this writing I. There are also people who grew up in poverty who have a strong fear of ending up back there I love listening to on Air Radio Personality and bestselling author Bobby Bones in the mornings now he's done extremely well for himself. If you listened to him for long grew up with very little money, and has a deep rooted fear of being extremely poor again one day today's conservative with money for a longtime. He habitually overpaid as utility bills each month and hopes that they would not be shut off if he was forced to miss a month's payment. That she quotes the show, so the electric bill came in at two twelve. I just paid to twenty to make sure taking care of although that's a high electric bill what the heck was! Christmas lights. Here's is giving an. Plus all electric bill now it'd be like what quote I will never be late on my bills. Have someone calling telling me I owe the money, but then she writes salting and. gas sure I just thought it was awesome. That was putting a book because I hope people here my story and go. Oh, I feel the same way and. I can also do that whatever it is that I'm doing a basically pursuing what I love to do, but yeah. I mean Russell Regis. Just a great guy that I got to spend time with you know a red everybody's. We just feel like. If you feel like with someone a lot, you see them on TV. Hang out with them. They're kind of part of the group We hope we feel like that to our listeners like we've been with you long enough. Even if you're new to the show, we hope you feel that way with us. So that was a music school about reaches his music, but it's morphed, but let's close it up. was. These music, school! Oh man, this is crazy. Video captured a brawl that erupted at an airport after a drunken woman refused to get off the Philadelphia plane. The chaotic took place after a woman refused to follow the cruise request to get off the flight. Meanwhile? Another passenger became ill around the same time, and then it was just bedlam. I mean it was. They were going nuts this. Passenger takes a phone and start recording it and so here's a clip of the pilot's announcement and people yelling. Talk. That is refusing to get your. Out with your credit. The police. Do. You want to get off the plane. Go till she get sauce. You just wouldn't get off the plane. And the pilots now got to. Kind of. Diffuse it while also how you gotta go. And so here's a clip of some of the fight in the terminal here. Local media identified at thirty three zero passer. Philadelphia's the one who became upset on the flight. It was unclear she was one who doesn't talk skater, but didn't matter. He was fighting anyway. A second PAT, isn't it? Isn't this just what? Our country feels like right now. Yes, but you don't know why. you see people going nuts and you're like. Where's the normal world? To US trying to be good to each other. But. Everybody's on edge right now all the time. Regardless of whether it's on, it'd better be like. ooh, just say something. Just say something I'm coming at Ya. The airline involved was not immediately available. There's another story another one. A Delta flight departing from. Detroit has the turnaround as two guests refuse to wear masks. Now it is a rule. You may not like the rule if you don't WanNa wear a mask. You don't believe him. Ask God love you, but. The rule is you have to wear a mask or you can't get on the plane? It's going to a nice restaurant. If you don't want to wear a shirt great, keep your shirt off guy, but you can't go into Ruth's Chris. Corrobos isn't going to let you hang out with no pants. That's just their rule. Airlines a Delta. Airlines, flight, departing from Detroit had to return to the gate after a pair of customers refused to wear masks during the flight. The flight was heading to Atlanta. How can people do things like this and not realize they're just being real selfish jerks. It's not about the mask thing. It's a rule. It's like someone refusing to wear their seat belt on a flight like. We've don't put it on. WE'RE NOT GONNA go. In the mid like Nah, I'm so selfish I'd rather go back and make everybody miss whatever they're doing down there. Throwing people wasn't wrong with people. Thank you. Turn away from. That can't Amana. Wisconsin one twenty two million dollars in the lottery last month. A make good on a promise that he made twenty eight years ago and he split with his friend. In nineteen ninety, two. They made. A promise shook hands on it. They said if either one of them, everyone the powerball Jackpot. That promise came to fruition last month when he won twenty two million dollars. That's the legit. The men chose to a cash option of sixteen point seven million after taxes are paid. They each got five point seven million dollars. So on this show, let's say. If we made the promise back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, or two, thousand, two, probably be a little better for us. which members of the show do we think would honor that promise? Would do you think I? Would honor it. Yes, or no, yes, group. Yes, you would. What did you think amy would honor it? Yeah, yeah, you think lunchbox an honor it no! said no I mean that's a long time ago. what about Eddie's not here at has corona virus. We'll talk to him. would. Eddie honor it. No, no, no, he tried to come off like he's all wholesome, but there's no chance. It'd be like that was so long ago. What about our audio Raymundo? Ray I'll take fifty fifty, but I would. I'm a very loyal guy and if I, told somebody something, I would follow through with that even if I'm unhappy about doing it naturally that friend though. And you're like what? It's awesome. Remember the handshake exactly like I. Mean What if they're not even still friends? Do you have to find this Dune? I duNno, it shakes a handshake. That with you guys. Or video producer. He's on the phone. He's positive again for Corona. He hasn't been able to shake it. He told us that this morning Eddie. How do you explain to your kids? You have krona. They kind of just found out already I think they overheard me. Saying that I couldn't smell something and they're like. They put two and two together at first start with my five. My six year old, he was just like. Oh, my Gosh I heard some the first shirts as you have grown. So. They just know they know and then I told him. You know what that's what it is guys I got it. Are you hugging them? Yeah. Yeah we're back to normal hugging I do wear a mask around the house, but I hugged them I. You know, hang out with them. I played baseball within the other day. But you have corona virus still. It's the virus. I've tested positive for it. It's still in my body, the professional say I can no longer transmit it so I'm taking their word for it. Can't argue with that and nobody else in his family has contracted it, so it's not like he's going out in public and shaking hands and kissing babies. All does your wife. She must be immune right. I don't think he'd Be Immune I. Just make. On facebook do now. It's 'cause I watch many movies right now. Viruses go ahead Eddie. Maybe she already had it. Who knows maybe she had it? You know a while back and we didn't know and she's already got the anti antibodies who knows? I have no idea how she hasn't gotten it now. We were in Florida together I. Mean we I had it? I got it while we were together, but soon as I got home, we we hadn't. You know hung out or seeing each other. So what's segment where you going to submit for the show? Had you been in? I was going to submit something. That's just been coming up a couple of times. I have four boys right to to my own two foster boys. All Boys and I've always taught my kids. It's Okay to go pee outside now. The foster kid he's got this thing where like when he's gotTa go, he's got to go. When I was going to take my test. It was an outdoor drive up. So they so we just ended up in a parking spot. I foster son goes. I gotta go beat, and when he says that he's GonNa go, so my wife is like all right. We'll let it go right over there in front of the parking spot and go, so then he goes in front of everyone. And, I'm got corona with a mask on so I can't stop anything or go with him. And then my other boys were like well. I got to go to, so they all started paying I wanted to ask you guys like. Is that okay like? Should we be letting our boys? No. It's Okay to pee wherever you want because you're a boy. I would say wherever you want. The answer is no. I would say after you're outside in their other people. You find a spot. That's bit secluded. You can p. In have that it but I would say in a parking lot. No, when other people can see. Them being like if you're in the woods and there's a tree, there's some sort of yeah that makes sense how many people could see them being in the parking lot narrow probably about four cars in there. But for too many. Because then next, you know they're going to be sixteen and at the grocery store. And thirty on a date. Peeing 'cause they grew up that way. Nope, or their own ping a part and I made the mistake of like this. At one time you know when my kids were younger like that's the best thing about boys. We Can pee wherever we want you know and and my wife just took that for my word, and just like all right will then from here on out. They just pee wherever they want whenever they need to. Yeah, I would go no one we have. But I say wherever you want is probably not the way. Okay did you see? The offensive line for the chiefs who opt out of his contract I saw over the weekend, but this the first time you had seen. Had Medical Doctor. He's the only players medical doctor and. So he plays offensive Lineman for the chief I don't even notice as name like Lauren. Something and is Canadian. Oh, is that why has French show? So he has been volunteering during this off time, but then I guess the NFL gave players an opt out or something where they don't have to play if they don't want to. Because of the coronavirus and he said he's been on the front lines of this scene. How horrific it is, and he says he can't consciously go in and play a contact sport. That could spread something like that. That and then so not only is he doing not doing it because of that, but then he's going to spend his off season time working to fight the virus on the by the way he's a starting lineup for the chiefs gave up over two million dollars to do this. Yeah, he's like I've seen. He's like I've seen it. It's not good I'm. GonNa. Go Work and they're good team. He's he's opting out because. The best. So crazy Good for him doing what he thinks is right. I was impressed giving away a lot of money. Eddie, what about you? What are you gonNA give up. For sure giving up what I. What I love doing the most is going to work been given out of love going to work the most. I, do my own my Gosh I. Love this job. This job is a an amazing dream job. I've never heard him in his whole life. Say this to me right now and he has corona. He's pouring his heart out well. You don't know what you miss until gone is. All right well, there is Eddie. Has Corona virus? Wishing well. We'll check in with them soon. When do you plan to get another test into the week? I mean I don't WanNa rush if they're telling me you know six to eight weeks. Due to eight weeks, okay. If. It's how much the cost you to do. And I don't know they didn't. They didn't charge me. They took my credit card. Get back to the never told me what they charge. They charge zero. Why not go once every week and a half or so you can come back to work if it is negative, it's almost like I. Don't know man. It's almost like they had the vibe of of discouraging me to take a test. You know like from the beginning. It was just like you're going to take another test. Okay, all right. Is that what you want? We'll do it but I. don't know what that's all about the why they would. They see an overwhelming amount of people test positive even in that timeframe says they're like okay fine. We'll talk to you soon. All, right! Here video games. Yeah I had to take a break because I. Did you know start hanging out with family again? But I'll I'll sneak out tonight we'll do there is produce ready everybody. Me This I'm totally addicted die coat. I probably have five a day. What would you say is a reasonable number of diet? Cokes drink each day at one number. Do you think you have an actual problem? Problem Problem for sure yeah, the reasonable amount is probably one and a half. Sometimes you go a little crazy on to mostly have one just at dinner. My friend coordinate in Oklahoma City. He lives there. He met cornea long time ago. And so you know he's in the Air National Guard he's also working for an oil company Ed Oklahoma City, and he lost like forty five pounds by just stopping drinking, beer and soda and. Measuring out his food and that's it. He said he would do push ups and stuff, but it was like I just wasn't feeling good about myself. So I spent six months stopping the soda stop in the beer and eat indifferent, and he's like look. I can't believe it but the problem I would say he tried to have one a day. And I have diet coke is so yummy to me so I understand that but I think yeah. Try To. Work what is the number and if they're asking I? Don't WanNa tell me he takes did to some. What do how many do you think would make it a problem? I'll I mean I. think to could be fine. You say one and a half I say to really say one, but if you. Feel bad about yourself. If you happen to have to occasionally, yeah, that's what I'm one and a half comes in play. A lot man five a day that's. Not just wanted every meal, but you need one in between breakfast and lunch. That's having one at breakfast. Between breakfast and lunch lunch a predinner Diet Diko. Questions I have of like. How does he feel mean? Everybody processes things differently, and then he consuming anything else than that because I don't feel like my belly would have room for water and finally streaking five sodas a day. Okay, that's it. We'll see you tomorrow. Have a great day. Blake Shelton on the show tomorrow by Roddy. 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