35 Burst results for "Athletics"

Javier goes 6 strong, Bregman homers as Astros down A's 6-3

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Javier goes 6 strong, Bregman homers as Astros down A's 6-3

"Alex Bregman finished two for four with a home run and three RBI as the Houston Astros beat the Oakland athletics 6 to three I think the guys that are really good job of her pairing and getting ready to go this series and competed every single pitch and we have to do that for you and expect to win And I think we did a really good job of locking in and focusing and playing hard The wind is the ASTRO's fourth in a row and it completes a weekend sweep of the last place a's Christian Javier earned his 7th win by holding Oakland to one hit over 6 shutout innings Christian Vasquez finished with three hits for the Astros Adam spole in Houston

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Even Caitlyn Jenner Recognizes the Transgender Divide in Sports

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:02 min | Last week

Even Caitlyn Jenner Recognizes the Transgender Divide in Sports

"Was fortunate to have played for the men's team because I was not man enough to have played for pat summit. But I did get to work with her closely in the women's team. But there were distinctions between how men play basketball and women play basketball. We had limitations. You couldn't jump. You couldn't try to block shots because that's not what the women's game was. You know, you've got transgender athletes now. Former athletes that are like Caitlyn Jenner that are telling us that even they see the distinction in men and women competing with men trying to be pretending they're women. You know, if you look back at the Olympic records during Bruce Jenner's time as a man, when he was a decathlete, he had ten events. He wasn't the best in any of the events in the world in terms of athletes, but overall the ten sports, the ten divisions that he played, whether it was track whether it was high jumping with his pole vault, there were ten sport activities that he did as a decathlete. If he had competed in those individual sports as a woman, instead of a man, he would set world records in almost all of them. His hundred meter time, for example, 1976, as Bruce Jenner would have been a second faster than the fastest woman sprinter in the world at that time. So Bruce Jenner now Caitlyn Jenner recognizes that men and women should not compete, but the Democrats don't get that. They're still trying to destroy women's athletics by putting men pretending to be women in many cases, not even having done any genetic surgery or any genital surgery to change their physique. And yet they're walking around in locker rooms as guys surrounded by women. And yeah, Democrats don't see anything wrong with that. They can't define woman, they can't define when these decisions can be made. You've got some states now that are wanting to force, I think, Pennsylvania is saying that the Department of Education that kids can identify as transgender as young as three.

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Angels tie MLB record with 7 solo HRs but lose to Athletics

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Angels tie MLB record with 7 solo HRs but lose to Athletics

"The angels tied a major league record by hitting 7 solo home runs yet they still absorbed an 8 7 loss to the a's Shohei Ohtani Homer twice but Ramon laureano delivered a home run and four RBIs for the a's The angels of the first team in the majors to hit 7 solo homers and score no other runs in the game There are also the 6 team to hit 7 homers and lose Mickey moniak Kurt Suzuki Taylor ward Joe Adel and Jared Walsh also went deep for the angels who went two one 5 on their home stand Oakland took control with a 6 run third and won for the 6th time in 9 games I'm Dave ferry

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Sheets homers, doubles late to lift White Sox over A's 3-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Sheets homers, doubles late to lift White Sox over A's 3-2

"Gavin sheets holmberg and scored the winning run in the White Sox three two downing of the a's Sheets went deep in the 7th inning with a two run blast to a race Oakland's two zero lead He led off the knife with a double moved to third on a bunt and scored the game winner on a wild pitch Liam Hendricks worked around an Elvis Andrews double to get the win The outcome puts the White Sox back at 500 Seth Brown and Sean Murphy homered for the athletics who ended a four game winning streak Paul Blackburn tossed 5 scoreless innings for Oakland I'm Dave fairy

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The Latest in Sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

The Latest in Sports

"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree in baseball the mets completed a subway series sweep with a three two walk off win over the Yankees starling Marte the hero delivering the winning base hit in the 9th Elsewhere the Phillies got a big 5th inning to take a series win over the braves Alec bohm with a pair of RBIs in the win The surging athletics swept the first place ASTRO Stephen biscotti homered for Oakland The brewers beat Minnesota ten four behind a pair of homers for rowdy to Les as Milwaukee has won 5 of 6 out of the all star break In the NBA the Philadelphia 76ers and James Harden have agreed on a new multiyear contract harden signed a deal for the next two years worth over $68 million And the Biden administration has offered a deal to Russia aimed at bringing home WNBA star Brittany griner as well as another jailed American Paul Whelan Griner has been detained since mid February after police said they found vape cartridges containing cannabis oil in her luggage She has pleaded guilty to the charges I'm Josh Brown tree AP sports

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A's, Irvin beat Astros 4-2 for 1st series sweep of season

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

A's, Irvin beat Astros 4-2 for 1st series sweep of season

"The Astros are swept by the last place athletics four to two The a's have the worst record in the American League but our 6 and two after the all star break Stephen pescott was two for three with a home run In the first half and that's something we wanted to improve upon so it's good to start off the second half like that We've got to continue to work at it And anytime you get a sweep in the big leagues it's a big deal Biscotti and Steven vote hit back to back homers Cole Irvin pitched 7 innings giving up four hits and two runs for the win Houston had not been swept by a team this season Ryan leong Oakland

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MLB struggling to get attendance back to pre-pandemic levels

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

MLB struggling to get attendance back to pre-pandemic levels

"This year's attendance through the all star break has dropped 5.4% from 2019 The last time a season was played without capacity restrictions average attendance stands at 26,409 attendance averaged over 30,000 for 14 straight seasons from 2004 to 2017 9 teams have seen a 15% drop from 2019 with the athletics attendance plunging 55% 18 are on pace to beat their 2019 figures including the Blue Jays at 48 and a half percent I'm Dave

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Vogt, A's wrap up shaky first half by beating Astros

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Vogt, A's wrap up shaky first half by beating Astros

"Stephen vogt came off the bench to drive home the tying run in the 6th inning and the winning run in the 8th as the Oakland athletics beat the Houston Astros four to three The wind gives the a's a series win against the first place Astros who they trailed by 29 games entering the weekend For us to close out you know two out of three against the best team in our division It's a good feeling and kind of makes these flights home or back to the bay wherever guys are going and make them a lot more fun and you know we've been playing really good baseball the last couple of weeks and so now we can marinate on that for the next three days and show up Thursday ready to take it Jeremy Pena hit a home run for the Astros Adam spole in

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Verlander gets MLB-leading 12th win as Astros beat A's 5-0

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Verlander gets MLB-leading 12th win as Astros beat A's 5-0

"Justin Verlander became the first pitcher to hit the 12 win mark as the Houston Astros beat the Oakland athletics 5 to nothing For lander allowed 6 hits over 6 shutout innings with ten strikeouts and he did not issue a walk The time office helped and then just kind of always searching mechanically trying to find new things and or kind of like hone in on what I want to feel and you know I think today was kind of a culmination of a couple of those things Martin Maldonado went one for three for the Astros but that one hit was a second inning Grand Slam Collected two hits and he scored a run Atmosphere

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Bolt HR, 3 RBIs lead Irvin, Athletics over Astros 5-1

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Bolt HR, 3 RBIs lead Irvin, Athletics over Astros 5-1

"Color of and strong outing led the Oakland ace to a 5 one win over the Houston Astros Urban earned his fourth win of the season by holding Houston to one run on three hits over 6 innings he walked one and struck out four Felt good Fastballs on both sides of the plate and making a good mix of the change up and a couple of sliders and curveballs and completely different pitch mix from one with my face in last week Sky bolt finished three for four with a home run and three RBI for the a's while Elvis Andrews knocked in a pair of runs Jose Archie struck out 9 in a losing effort for the Astros Adam spelling Houston

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Urquidy, backed by Bregman, Maldonado, leads Astros over A's

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Urquidy, backed by Bregman, Maldonado, leads Astros over A's

"Hose kitty worked a career high 8 innings of the Astros tenth win in 11 games 8 three versus the athletics or Katie earned his third consecutive win toss in four hit ball and allowing three runs He's pitched to a two ERA over his last 27 frames Every ASTRO starter collected at least one hit led by three from yuli guriel Martin Maldonado slammed the three run Homer and Alex Bregman hit a two run blast a starter Paul Blackburn retired the first ten before led mister Diaz in Jordan Alvarez hit consecutive one out doubles in the fourth I'm Dave

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Agency clears way for Oakland Athletics $12B ballpark plan

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Agency clears way for Oakland Athletics $12B ballpark plan

"A California agency has paved the way for the athletics to continue plans for a $12 billion waterfront ballpark project The San Francisco Bay conservation and development commission voted 23 to two to further investigate the plan It would reclassify a 56 acre terminal at the port of Oakland as a mixed use area where a new ballpark could stand The a's have played an Oakland coliseum since leaving Kansas City in 1968 The team has long attempted to find a replacement for the decaying multi use facility but Thursday's vote is just one of many legal hurdles before ground could be broken I'm Dave

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Judge, Stanton homer to bail out Taillon, Yanks top A's 5-3

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Judge, Stanton homer to bail out Taillon, Yanks top A's 5-3

"The New York Yankees completed a three game sweep of the Oakland athletics answering a three run first sending all James since I own with a two run Homer by Aaron judge and then pulling ahead with a three run Jack by John Carlos Stanton in the 5 three win Stanton's last 6 hits and 8 of his last ten have been home runs It's an interesting time right now or not getting too many hits but when I am of their Homer so yeah I don't think I've had one kind of like this My own gotta have a basis load of jam in the second with a pair of strikeouts and settle down over the next three innings to secure his 9th win against one loss Matt Mike which New

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:27 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:27 p.m. EDT

"AP sports time gethin cool bar the three Pete was denied as the Colorado avalanche are Stanley Cup champions for the first time in 21 years After a two one win over two time defending champion Tampa Bay in game 6 Nathan McKinnon scored the tying goal one minute and 54 seconds into the second period before arturi lechon and netted the game winner midway through the second As defenseman kale mccart took home the Khan smythe trophy as the playoff MVP Overall this team is just a bunch of fighters and our model throughout the year was just Pascal so we never wanted to go away and that was kind of what we stuck with and I think it showed tonight Major League Baseball the American League leading Yankees bounced back from being no hit with a walk off 6 three win over the Astros correspondent Tom Miriam has more Aaron judge hit a three run Homer on Seth Martinez in the bottom of the tenth to win a game that looked like another Astros win for much of it Judge also won the first game of the series with a 9th inning single on Thursday Kind of remind me of some postseason games Big clutch hitting Other AL winners the Red Sox twins rays angels White Sox and athletics In the national league the Marlins walked off the Met three to two on Nick fortes solo Homer with two outs in the 9th Which was awesome I did not want to get swept against those guys Other NL winners the Dodgers brewers Phillies Diamondbacks cubs nationals and reds Ole miss has won the college World Series after scoring three times in the 8th to complete a sweep of Oklahoma with a four two victory Brandon Johnson struck out all three batters he faced in the 9th to close out the rebels first national title It was a dream come true Ever since you're a little kid you dream of being on the mound in those situations And then when it happened you just like go of yourself because you realize that you did do it And engulfed Xander schauffele ended a three year winless drought on the PGA Tour after coming from one shot back on the final hold to post a two stroke victory at the travelers championship Guess and cool bot AP sports

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports on day ferry in the Celtics will take on the warriors in the NBA Finals Jayson Tatum scored 26 points and the Celtics took game 7 of the Easter Conference Finals by defeating the heat 196 I just really believe in myself I really believe in our team And it was the biggest game of the season of my career And I just had faith that we were going to give it all we had Jaylen Brown and Marcus smart each had 24 points for Boston Marcus Ericsson and Chip Ganassi were kings of the brickyard Eriksson became the second suite to win the Indianapolis 500 giving Ganassi racing its 5th victory in the race I knew I had a car to win this race Obviously this race is crazy So you can have a car to win but that doesn't mean you're going to win it NASCAR and Denny Hamlin held off Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch and overtime to win the longest Coca-Cola 600 in history 413 laps Baseball Taylor walls Homer to made several dazzling defensive plays to lead the rays to a four two win over the Yankees It's good to bounce back after the two tough games that we've started a series with and get two wins The rays earned a four game split to remain four and a half games behind the AL east leading yanks Other AL winners with the Red Sox Astros Blue Jays athletics tigers twins and White Sox who beat the cubs in an inner league game National league Corbin burns fan 11 over 7 innings as the brewers hammered the Cardinals 8 zero That's kind of where we want to be all the time So the fact that it took ten stars to get to is a little frustrating but yeah it was kind of what we want to do The Dodgers and Padres are NL victories As did the mets braves giants and nationals Graham agar has recaps the finish at the Charles Schwab challenge Sam Burns has secured a dramatic playoff win over world number one Scottie scheffler berns posted an early 9 under par total after a 65 the 25 year old secured victory by holding a lengthy part from off the back of the grain that the secure his third win for the season French opening Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will square off in the quarterfinals after winning on Sunday I'm Dave ferry AP

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Rep. Jim Jordan: What We Learned About Democrats in 48 Hours

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: What We Learned About Democrats in 48 Hours

"Window I mean Tucker did a really great piece last night It just pointed the fact that they've almost gone mad I mean think about it Henry cuellar right A relatively at least by today's standards congressman moderate Democrat right One of your colleagues but on the Democrat side he's running in the southern Texas in a border area right Just overwhelmed by illegals against a Bernie Sanders supporting leftist Cisneros in a runoff today who's basically like screw the border patrol and oil and gas sucks This is our platform in Texas Where are the dick Morris types on the Democrat side Like you guys are crazy Yeah no the left controls their party the left doesn't like the country and the left doesn't like those of us who do love this country Who understand this is the greatest country in history And they are attacking us every chance they get And just to underscore how ridiculous they are Think about last week Dan and a 48 hour time frame last week We learned what We learned that Hillary Clinton told us men to take false information to the FBI We learned that the Biden White House was in communications with the national school board association prior to them ever sending the initial letters And we learned that Democrats actually think men can get pregnant We learned all that in 48 hours If that doesn't underscore how out of touch they are with the American people and just completely crazy they have gone I don't know what does But the country has figured it out They've seen what this is what the Biden administration is all about And frankly they've seen the intentional action The intentional action to go after oil and gas The intentional action to drive up the price of gas to $5 a gallon The intentional action to get rid of our border and do what they've been doing So I think you know you never want to get overconfident You have a background in athletics you understand that but I do feel good about what our chances are looking like this fall

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Mark Levin's Predictions Following Leaked Draft Opinion

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Mark Levin's Predictions Following Leaked Draft Opinion

"When this story broke last evening right after I left the air mister producer right after the show was over I predicted several things to my buddy Sean Hannity via texts my wife and I and others Number one that this was all about the person who leaked this wanted to make sure that the ultimate decision that the Supreme Court made 5 to four highly likely to overturn a truly illegitimate decision Would be hijacked by the left as a political issue They knew the media would support them for the most part And they would push and push hard To get a legislative change Number two it would change the subject from inflation and gas prices as best as they could In number three they would try to destroy the Senate having already destroyed aspects of the Supreme Court with the leak As Bernie Sanders immediately came out and said let's get rid of the filibuster rule and you're hearing that now from the radical left So they would destroy the Senate Destroy the court Just as they've destroyed the classroom in public education And just as they have destroyed title 9 of the when it comes to athletics

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Tim Tebow Shares His Miraculous Story

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:40 min | 5 months ago

Tim Tebow Shares His Miraculous Story

"I heard you speak to him recently. I mean, I've met you a number of times and I know your story. But recently I was at the march for life in D.C., and the night before there was an event. And you were the speaker because they couldn't afford me. So they had to go down a tear. And you were the speaker. And I've never heard you do your thing before. And you're famous for all kinds of things for being a sophomore winning the Heisman Trophy and for athletics, but it really was wonderful to hear you speak. But I thought to myself, before we get into the subject of your book, I know there are folks in my audience that do not know your story. So could you tell us the nutshell version of how you came into this world? Yeah, absolutely. So my dad in 1986 was getting ready to preach in a remote village in the Philippines and just started to a week for all the babies that were being aborted around the world. And he asked Scott, he already had four kids and asked Scott if you would give them another kid and started actually praying for me by name for a boy named Timothy and went back home and told my mom, hey, gotta put it on my heart to have tried to have another child and she was like, well, it got inputted on my heart and she started praying about it and then a few days later she felt convicted and so they started trying not long after my mom was pregnant and actually at first they didn't even think I was the baby that thought it was a tumor and so truly my first nickname was Timmy the tumor. So I had that going for me. Is that your siblings? They crushed me. But it's a tough one. Yeah, but then. You know, they found out what's the baby, the doctors told my parents, you need to have an abortion or will cost you your life and your baby's life and my mom said, you know, we're going to trust God. Let me just so people are clear. This is in the mid 80s. Your parents are missionaries in the Philippines. They have four kids and you said, God put it on your father's heart. You know, because a lot of people don't believe God speaks today. God put it on your father's heart in prayer. That they were to have another kid, and he felt that this is going to be a boy, and he's going to be named Timothy. So God impresses this on your father. And your mother gets pregnant. What happened during the pregnancy? Because you shared this when I heard you speak in D.C. the other day. But what happened that made the doctors in the Philippines say that she absolutely must abort this child? Well, there were so many different kinds of. Me not being able to get nutrients of the placenta not being attached and they didn't even know actually how bad it was until she was giving birth, but there were so many other amoeba dysentery and so many other things that were going on with my mom and me and the womb at the time. And a lot of complications, but actually a doctor had been doing it for 35 years when my mom gave birth, he said to my mom, this is the greatest miracle I've ever seen because I have no idea how your baby survived. I don't understand it, and your baby is a miracle. And you know, I think, you know, I still get so emotional when I think about it to this day because the only reason I'm here is because my mom gave me a

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"athletics" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"athletics" Discussed on Mo Egger

"You know he. He does understand the power of athletics and what it can do for an institution and You know how it drives the brand nationally He understands it. When you're walking through an airport with the cpap on and two people cross paths in the atlanta airport. They have a moment where they can say. Okay you're cincinnati university. Cincinnati supporter right. That means something and When we when we go down and playing a peach bowl eight point seven million people watch us play football that being something and it means something for our admissions than it means something for our donations and it means something for our students that come here that want to have a tremendous student experience and so from day one he he understood that he expressed that to me And then this. This played out That was that was very clear in his direction to me. Which is again. We're going to be very aggressive. We're going to let people know we're interested and we need to find a way to get into the big twelve and get into the power five. The announcement from the big twelve conference referred to the university of cincinnati joining no later than july first two thousand twenty four. Walk me through what has to happen. In order for that mood that day to be moved up where there's a twenty seven month notice period To the american conference and that's that's contractual so That we you know we had to be very very clear about our statement that it's going to happen no later than july one twenty twenty four now if if other conversations take place those will have to happen over the next year or two Between the the three schools that that are leaving a c. in the conference office so We'll we'll see how it all plays out but No later than twenty twenty four is that is that a priority to try to move that time. Line up you.

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"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

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"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"Thing about sinclair college. It is top to see another year of no sports at saint clair but at least the community college is taking care of those athletes. That are staying put to work on their degrees. So that's pretty much. the article. Again chris stewart for dayton daily news and the ever wine on the clarion is by richard footsie associate editor of the student paper. The mean again. What the athletics. website being offline. It's tough to see. You know some funny things about sinclair athletics history. What's pot of time. The teams were known as the satan's i am not making that up the sinclair. Satan's back i think this latest sixties but Yeah whatever whatever place you got to learn about sports like oh we used to be. Satan's like oh that's great it case. You're wondering what the first classes or the first look. Campus was native eighty seven there evening classes in a one room.

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"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"Pages gone. What do i see in this. I really don't know. I i love to tell you that they'll deem athletics does have a place for those that are part of the athletic department and they'll keep them but unlike the episode talking about right state. Athletics really don't know because remember community colleges such a different animal to you know most of our institutions. Yes it's true. The right state is a mainly commuter school with about last time i checked a seventy percent not living on campus but was sinclair. There's no campus housing or anything like that so if you live nearby its off campus apartment so those no on campus living. It's learnedly buildings to wording get your classes done and then back to the parking lot and go home so i do realize that the two different monsters looking at the future of athletics are evect completely different which you know. We talk about sports and everything but remember to college and junior college. Sports are different. The whole task is to you know. Get your two year associate degree that move on for your bachelors or even further than that. The resolution cite a lack of quality time to apply towards restoring the resource intensive athletics program serving ninety student. Athletes remember this five sports. So write that down. That's less than twenty per sports. Baseball would probably be the most dumont calendar get out of here the most populous of the sports. So that's about eighteen kids per team again. I have to assume baseball. What have most of those bodies so for the current years athletic suspension all student athletes were offered a total tuition and fee waiver in eighteen of those athletes continued studying at sinclair in lieu of participating in athletics. Though students will have waivers extended for one more academic year if needed to complete their associate degree. According to sinclair so again sinclair is trying to do things right but this is not easy decision for anyone and again i feel like athletics brings something.

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"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"So you know my thoughts about athletics. I think they're a wonderful addition to any college experience. And i think you know with the right advertising and getting the word out in front of the students you can have yourself a great time. I mean hack for basketball and volleyball. You're playing at the only the only facility in the world call building eight because they're named after numbers which is nice gym too. I like i like my time broadcasting few sinclair games. I've done so again. It hurts to think that this possibility exists. Why are sports at sinclair are thing of a past but again go back to state when they chopped off sports. They decided that it wasn't worth. It wasn't part of their future plans. You know go since nice day get your associate degree then worked for your bachelors and move on which it stinks but is what it is you know. I definitely hope that sinclair makes the right decision with the right amount of knowledge and research done. Not just hastily may decision. Oh we cut sports and we save so much money. Do you though do you again. I just hope that they do make an educated decision on this. So from the dayton daily news article. This is by chris. Stewart's updated march fifteenth. Yes bit late on this topic so a little bit more about it. As dayton daily news does cover it. The president of saint clair steven johnson told the paper. The analysis requested by the board of trustees will review the balance of costs and benefits of maintaining an intercollegiate athletic program with the time and resources to strategically increase the scale apprenticeship increased healthcare certificate trading skills or skilled trades trading events manufacturing education and supporting increase minority student. Success so pretty much. He's trying to further ahead. You know sinclair's reach to the academic side which i get citing extra overhead required to manage covid nineteen issues. The resolution called off next year seasons for sinclair's basketball volleyball baseball and softball teams. The suspension includes all practices scrimmages games tournaments and community activities. The programs were already suspended for the current academic year because of uncertainties surrounding the pandemic now. Every time. I think that we are heading towards the end of this nightmare you know. Never start to take back up. So i'll believe it when everything is back to close to normal. This houses will gauge this. Strategic value resources needed of continuing intercollegiate athletics in the future and provide overall pros and cons of continuing such athletic programs.

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"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"Nowhere in that ten has sports. Because let's face going pro you know depending on what sport it is. It's the odds are very very slim main. it is a shame but let's be real. There's not a lot that gopro unless you have like. You know a blessed talent or something like that so we go through and we'll also mentioned during this suspension of sports the athletic director jeff price. Who's also a fellow probably county native. He'll continue to maintain full time employment as well as the head. Coach is not the assistant coaches. They were not retained for. This season will not be retained for the foreseeable future. So they head coaches and jeff price will support student athletes and participate in the ongoing analysis of lennox at sinclair so eighteen eighty eight athletes will continue their education at saint clair meeting losing seventy in that process. Eighty eight being student. Athletes speed offered a free waiver to study and total tuition in place of participation in intercollegiate athletics. Those students waivers will extend for another academic year if needed to complete an associate degree at sinclair. So that is nice. They are taking care of the athletes. Make sure you know. Oh well you don't have sports and they're go you know.

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"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"Are dealing with enormous changes affecting employment and education behalf. The most significant changes since the industrial revolution said kathy pearson chief of public information for sinclair she continues. It's highly likely that many things we do will need to be adjusted as the education. Employment landscapes changed due to the pandemic. The analysis will consider all these factors so just like the analysis of right state. You know it's saying how sports fit and while yes you you know. It's definitely a different type of athletics. In terms of how long you stay there. You know sophomore nights compared to see unites and vice versa. It still sports and lease. Athletes are getting their degrees. And they're still you're moving on with their lives so again my thought is collegiate. Athletics are crucial part to a student. Life experience now. That doesn't mean that it's you know attended or anything like that. I don't want anyone say that. I am contradicting myself on that by personal belief is athletes have the potential to give you your best your favorite moments for myself right state. You know you know being on college radio broadcasting law the games some of my favorite moments from college so moving on to the rest of the are though the analysis is just the beginning and nothing will be set in stone until february. Twenty twenty two. The college has already started outlining future. Initiatives of these initiatives ten were laid out to better pinpoint where the college would be working towards with each assigned a score of importance. So the list going from the most the most important to the least important expanded skills trades trading. So pretty much. You know your type of jobs. That don't necessarily need that. Four year. Degree type of thing better persuade students to study in fields with local jobs increase student field experiences which you could make the argument student field experiences. Would you say field in that aspect or you talking career field or are you talking about the student life experience because remember. There's no dorms sinclair. Most these kids. I assume get apartments nearby or possibly commute from home. So i've i. That's what i would have done if i decided to go to saint sinclair. Close the minority students..

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"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"Is one hundred fifty million dollars. The next five years expected to add another eighty million. Although i'm not sure if this change snakes to the wonderful corona virus sinclair awarded seven thousand ninety three degrees and certificates in the fiscal year. Twenty thousand nine hundred twenty and there were about thirty thousand students that tendency in clare and the previous academic year. It doesn't say how many are spread from downtown day and the branch campuses but thirty thousand. That's a lot. It's over double of right states and a lot. More than what the university of dayton has which. I don't know that exact number. I think it's like eight thousand or something like that sinclair graduates rating the overall quality of the community college as good to excellent. Well that number nine percent. That's pretty good. Ninety nine percent out of all the students say that the experience was at worst good so very popular community college. It is normally the way you go. If you want to get your non degree classes out of the way you get them done cheaper and that you can go to another college like right state dayton cincinnati miami out the credits transfer over. That's how community colleges normally work. There are a few four year degrees at sinclair. Start to offer but not many of them. Normally you go there for two years and then bam as cheap you save money and prepare for your degree so sinclair community. College is a very crucial part of date. And i think community colleges are great thing mean we got several. We got as an stayed up in pick wa with branch campuses around. There's clark states jibe believe is still technically community college. Although lately they dropped community out their name to the cincinnati state down the road. There's many of them. We talk about their sports when they play on this podcast. So that's the main topic. The future a sinclair athletics. We told you a little bit about the college now. It's time to tell you about the athletics. This is a program that plays in the ohio community college athletic conference and the n. j. c. a. The national junior college athletic association. That's the governing body. That pretty much sees most of the community colleges won't say all because you know there's other governing bodies for that sinclair last year called off sports for twenty twenty twenty twenty one because of the corona virus and that was about this time last year.

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"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"Schnur on this bright state. Athletics part of the community guy. Sorry faculty the don't like sports. You can't really take that away from dayton wright state said. The athletic department serves as a front porch for the university exposing many student athletes to the campus. So let's say you're getting the right state off six seventy five and you go off nor fairfield exit you head towards the left. You had north towards campus. What's the first thing you see. That's right states. You might see that whitewater tower by forest lane. Sure you might see those buildings but more than likely. It's the nutter. Center the home of right state basketball. That's the first thing you see. You might see the mills morgan pavilion. Which is where the basketball team practices. But that's what you see. I if you come out the main way the nutter center. If that's not more of a front porch to write state. I don't know what is so there you go. The exposure university gets from athletics. A hanson's the schools brand recognition making degree more marketable beyond just the dayton area. Athletics acts as a major connection. Point between donors and other areas of the university individuals identified in our door. Donor management system as men's basketball season ticket holders have given fifty seven million dollars to write state much of that going to support students outside of athletics. So fifty seven million right states sends about ten million for athletics. Yeah you got forty seven million dollars a profit there and again much of that going to outside athletics to support the student athletes so right state has one hundred ninety four student athletes competing on a eleven teams which i thought there's only ten. There's men's and women's soccer volleyball women's basketball baseball track and field and golf. Men's golf think. that's the ten. Am i missing something. I don't think i am. The university's athletics program ran a deficit for thirteen of sixteen years between two thousand five and two thousand nineteen according to a review of athletic department budgets by usa today and twenty nineteen. The athletics budget was twelve point. Four million dollars. What still is in bad about one point. Nine million in revenue came from ticket sales donations and licensing revenues which i have stood up of rights day athletics for the longest time. That's one thing. If i could just tell the athletics department i want to see more right state gear in the area. Okay i wanna see right. State gear next to dayton flyers gear. There's no sense. Why i it's no sense that i have to go to the beaver creek. Meyer for right state gear and the kettering buyer doesn't have any least not the last time i checked. I mean this podcast has never been about taking away from the university of dayton. Great tradition great fans and. I never want to see that end. I've always been about why can't rights. They have a share of that pot. You know why does it continue to be. Where right state can't have that piece of the pie as well like i said. I don't wanna take any pie way from yuji again the histories there. The fan supports there. I never wanna take that away. Because i'm proud of what you d is done and i'm a proud employee of ud athletics. I just want more for right staff lakes as well. You know what i'm saying. That's that's my whole thing so but that might be another episode for another time.

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"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"athletics" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"So why am i doing a bare bones. Episode with no opening no transitions. Nothing like that. Well this again is near and dear to my heart. It's about right state. Athletics state grad. I walked with my diploma. Bachelor of arts november. Two thousand ten. And since i stepping foot on campus as a student in august two thousand six. I've been heavily ingrained with right state. Athletics in fact my first job on campus wasn't the radio station. That would be the guardian. Which is the student newspaper. Right state as a sports reporter and i remember. My first interview was with head coach. Mike tracy talking about the men's soccer team for two thousand six so i am well in cultured into rice. It up as someone. That is not an athlete. Nowadays i work as the announcer and sometimes fill in broadcaster for espn plus and espn. Three and i was really hoping to get to see the raider gang. That's the baseball team on. Campus was up and see right state baseball this weekend. But thanks to the kovic striking purdue for wayne that has turned the tides. And that's not happening now. It's also struck oakland as well. Not only the men's soccer team which knocked him out of the tournament and giving right state a chance to defend. Last year's i should say last season's horizon league tournament win but it affected the baseball team so right state has no opponents scheduled. As of saturday the tenth at ten thirteen in the morning for this weekend and next weekend and writes was off last weekend. So that's possibly three weekends off that's pro-dole and that's no fault of right state the first weekend. I'm not sure if that was a plan break or not but they go so right. State athletic as you might know. Wright state university in past years run into some financial trouble and attendance at wright state is down a bit. So what is the first thing. I see while this article from march twenty first right state review of athletics comes as overviews spending under scrutiny..

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"athletics" Discussed on CNAA Overtime

CNAA Overtime

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"athletics" Discussed on CNAA Overtime

"We're here today with samuel hardy. The director of athletics camden catholic. High school gambling catholic. High school is a suburban college preparatory day and boarding school and educate young men and women spiritually academically socially and physically in a faith community to develop as lifelong learners and leaders in the global society in the catholic tradition. Sam welcome to the show. Eight may thanks for having me. You got us so. Let's start by talking about you a little bit. How did you get into education. Sure so ever. Since i was a young boy. I have always loved sports and growing up in a very strong catholic family. It was all sports. In god's we're thinking so all through school high school. I played every sport <hes>. Captain of most of most every team. I play <hes>. I've sat i. Was i was going to be professional athlete. Growing up growing up through high school. And then you get to college. I went to wilmington university and try to play basketball. And you quickly realize you're not going to the nba. You get out of your little your little bubble and you realize okay reality hip so you're like all right what is it. What do i love. I love sports. I don't abandon it. And i love my faith and i. I love helping people and and reading people. So where does that take me. So i immediately became interested in of the athletic director. I just love business and helping people in sports. And if i can somehow convince myself this is. This is helping people every day then. It's a win win win. So i ended up getting my degree in sports management and in the day and age were in you need. You need an advanced degree. So i ended up going to saint thomas university. I got my mba down. In miami florida in sports administration from there i ended up telling to st john's catholic croats neither assistant athletic director. That's in <hes>. Maryland so it all happened to real quick and all the sudden. I'm i'm doing kind of what i wanted to do. And then <hes>. I get the call to come back home to new jersey to take take the role of head director of athletics. Akunin catholic high school. Where i'm from so he's the full certain kind of thing. It'll happen very quick. And i'm just i'm loving what i'm doing right now and i'm so blessed to be a part of this whole this whole process can make catholic right now. It's it's wonderful. Sounds a little like a dream. Come true away and you know like i said i'm blessed and early without my state in each part of this. It doesn't connect so there's no no way around that around that part. Now what do you consider to be the most important part of your role at camden catholic. They so at camden catholic. We'd have around seven hundred kids there and over about twenty two athletic fourteen so a lot of these kids sports with freshmen. Jv and varsity team. These kids are playing sports. So they're all involved in. Athletics was part in one way or another so my is to mentor them to help them become the best the best people they can be <hes>. And and that that comes from the top <hes>. Father joe cappella. He's director and when he hired me he he knew i could do the job. He had the education new. I had the experience what he what he really imposed upon me bringing me on. He said sam. I wanna i wanna make these young men and women love the lord as much as they love. Their sport said father. I'm the man for the job. That was my life. Grownups and that is what i consider. My biggest role camden catholic. Now in dealing with all of that you're now having to deal with kofi nineteen. It's been a huge challenge for schools and athletics. What are some of the lessons you've learned from having to deal with the pandemic cogan. What's that right right. Yeah no man like you said you said it's it's unbelievable how this is just taking over and changed everything. We do actually back in march. When when we all had to quarantine. I started up a little a weekly rosary and a lot of athletes joined. And so we kind of stayed in touch through that <hes>. Zooming zooming all the time. And now that we're back. It's it's like the old saying goes show. God you plan. If you wanna making last well we have plan and half of it gets cancelled. It's it's unbelievable. The amount of postponements cancellations. But let me tell you these kids. These teachers these administrators coaches. They're wonderful through this. They are just going with the flow. They are absolutely adjusting to this better than adult in. You know better than the average person out there so it's very encouraging

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"athletics" Discussed on Oddly Observant

Oddly Observant

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"athletics" Discussed on Oddly Observant

"They were GonNa do one more. I'm GonNa hear about it on the south south out of all which feature off to Houston Nice from narrow. Go back home with that'd be that'd be pretty damn cool if that can happen bro get back that that'd be like yeah. That's that's the one I think for me. Person Jason Desk going to be the biggest one. Yeah but you know. There's no right narrow at least you have the roadmap because then it's going to a change and change but it's at least you can pass uninsured this expansion and we'll probably put. We'll probably put a few more throughout the metroplex yet. But what he's saying is we we KINDA WANNA open a one more officer holiday Houston Louisiana of course but we'll oh probably it'll probably be more in the metroplex will what is the business. I look like for. This is the only cost up front that you have is the rent. Random like any like legal going insurance like stuff any documents you have to go get made like other than that. There's not much like upfront cost. And we pretty much That's another thing too. It was bliss we didn't really have to take out long. Yeah good much us like our honestly. That's the best way to start because like when you're like like if you need to make it happen go get it. Loans is great but it just. There's things that come with that you know like like a like no. That's the a lot of times people get screwed over. When they're starting businesses? They'll take unfavorable. Aw loans because the bankers trying to make their money now and it's like that's the biggest boy I think it was blessed in that aspect and then you have to. I have mine. I have much more than I had enough good enough to get started. I knew from highschool who owns the first name was kind of like so. You know a sponsor kind of air will help a lot. I had standpoint so we'll blessing aspect for US nine take anymore and I know like the business I'm running. I'm blessed me because like I'm able to use a computer pretty well and the great thing about like Wifi that you don't need to like be in anyone's spot right and it's very weird sometimes like I'll catch myself. It's weird 'cause I'm like almost living in the future a little bit and I'm used to going to work. I go to work every day. But then it's like like when he's only on your computers like Max Accountabilities like Yo you gotta do no one else can force you to type on the computer. No one else can force you to do all that. I've I've been having to learn that throughout all this to society but definitely man like like we also anybody you liked to. Do you like to do yoga boxing. You know it's more than just more than just a major. Sports is more than just a personal trainer. One on one training will offer those things. Things is in yellow boat down. I I know markets for sure for years of experiences that like down to learn new things. And you're not you're not afraid to like be a little little bit of vulnerable. Put yourself out there. Yeah exactly so if an opportunity presents so you're GonNa hit the opportunity for this makes when that's why I tell people was like come to me with like I'm down and have conversations about anything like they're like don't expect anything. I don't expect anything when I'm having conversations with other people but like if the things aligned like we we're talking about like ten minutes ago then let's let's make it happen while the things because we all about collaborative growth. That's me like we talk about all the time. We all about collaborating rain without a Bryant other people other like minded people trying to expand their. That's how you build roads and go from there network you cross market North Market And another thing I'm gonNA touch on that. He was saying to us. Ask him about the future You know we want to try to open a community center to too. That's another big thing. I think for me of something I think would be huge for the unlike the case in this area like kids. That don't have interest implant sports so like at the community center. We'll have things programs for art classes music of different things like that culinary. It'd be kids. Here's the have like other skills and other interest outside if somebody wants to learn how to Code. It's like go down to come in for a week lessons and like like like this. Oh for instance like what you just say like different things like that kids that don't they might play sport right but they probably won't do other Jabra at the community listener. They'll be able to learn those other things and do that. So that's that's something like in the future to that. We want to be able to do too. I think that's a great idea because I know when I was growing you saw me like I was very interested in basketball but I was also really interested in some other. Lots of either academics or computer. You know what I was doing the music. Yeah exactly. I was on a lot of different. I was doing i. Still you know men drew was talking. I was actually drew talk today. We gotta we got a link up some I'm not I'm not part of the donkey. Yeah him and him and trays. Trae me I'm just more so like collapses drew drew we've been we've been at it Bro. Cents Back in the day like doing interest. Now though he on another level level I was telling him that a day how proud of we have not long ago. shot him to GRANDPA's patterns. I mean respects the coach. Mike is not mayhem. We Pasta link up soon though. Drew trying to get back into Labra. China may say what I was telling druce specifically like while you're talking about him is that like you know he does it producer stuff. I make an music APP. Like he's like yeah he'd be. We gotTA reach out into like one just because we haven't talk to them and we're homeys but like I think that would be good like ub Bro. There'll be perfect for that like that. That'd be honestly. If he washed his video. I'll be listening. You know he'd do. Oh what's the video video deathly league which grow especially on that win. The thing is too with the APP is like I was giving you an example of here like we made data. I'm making it with that in mind. Right like yeah like any spy could become like a place where people are happier through music. We listened to music together. You can listen to you by yourself to just like normal but like throughout history from like like our earliest ancestors they got together around a fire and we're listening to music. You know what I mean. It's just like it's innate. In the human in being says I think when you come in from theme like that like you got a lot to work with rather because like for example if you're trying to build a platform to like for example title Dre or a Jay Z.. Was Smart but like title had no like different like anything different from the other streaming platforms. That's where this music streaming platform we're making we're trying to add that layer of like you can listen to music with anyone right or you can pick up this signal cause us give Zappa earlier by light like give. Lebron was listening to his music before the game. A basically people be able to tune and listened to his platelets widow living pretty cool in their living room while he's listening sending be live with them and actually recommend songs for him too. So you could add songs to the queue and then if it gets a lot of likes it will move to the top plate next. Yeah that'd be. Yeah that's cool or when you're in a car and like somebody's ox. You could just add it from your phone instead of grabbing the phone. Hey put your password in. Let me get your face. Well I mean totally beginning the time he was selling the spotify but I talked to keep that well. And that's it for yourself. We would never like the goal would never be to do the spotify spotify but like there's a lot of things like there's big business some things you can't get around so that's a possibility but my angle would not be the war so what I would do. Do you do anything with anybody just collaborative. Don't WanNa keep him as a client because then you build a relationship relationship and you're making financial gain and like you're building for future cash coming in because you're building the relationship right but there's like one more thing I wanted the hit on before we get out to make sure I have on here and also I'm interested okay. Is We talked a lot about the future right. Or what motivated us in the past or the future we think is always so clear right but like for example. I came out of high school. I thought I knew exactly what I wanted to do. In College on the smaller on the do this right. After my freshman year I drop out never thought I would have dropped out of school being Amy Wright had great grades and everything. But I just wasn't feeling I was like break and do so much more than this like going through a lot of rough times I was like let me take a step back like. That's what me and marcus initially connected again for the first time in a minute when I came back and the moral of this being as smart as you are smart as you think you are like burr life is GonNa throw so many different different things that you bet. Roadmap that we're talking about isn't always going to be clear it's going to get really really like you throw a rock into a pond and start like waving alley. You can't see the bottom. So how do you how. How have y'all dealt with that in your life when it's like oh like Marcus gave a good story is like oh you gotta leave? You don't know what's going to happen but like how do you deal with like nat roadmap get so like blurry. What do you do how do you how do you react? How did you react in the past? Will I mean I think more so from from what you're asking and I and I and I use for example like whenever we found a spot over Of Lavar I that we thought we had like closer to downtown. The town Garland on is right off. Louis Seventy eight so we had spy right there we signed signed a contract everything everything's emotion MHM and fell through it in. You know what I'm saying and basically we've found this last minute shit was just kind of all over the place. It's kind of like chaos. Yeah Eh but we was able to get out of that situation and find a better situation but we would stand. We would stood the storm because we felt we. We stayed positive day. We never never was a point in my head and I'm sure not his where we thought like. Oh well it wasn't going to hang hang on work. Being found a spot to get shit going. One never would never even crossed our mind all our home. I said it was okay. Wasn't it and that's what that's what he said all the time next. What's next so we found this? This was was net at this. This allows us to go ahead. I'll do the next thing the next Tokyo more so bro. It's about whether in a storm because what you say. It's GonNa need those loopholes. Those things are gonNA come about You know be stressful moments. Somebody's GonNa die while you're close to realize her happening the hurt. It's just about about standing. Of course you gotta you pretty much gotTa have tunnel vision flight like not not saying blackout everything. That's going on around you but you gotta have tunnel vision when it's coming to light your vision that you have for yourself. Life isn't guaranteed meant like I I mean I had a really close friend may known by By Matthew Chunky. Yeah yeah he passed away not too long. I mean this was like one of my best homeys right but it gives you that perspective is like okay like if I have these ideas like I don't I don't know if I'm going to be alive tomorrow so I better make it happen tapping literally right now today. And that's like an unabridged brought that up and sorry to hear about their Bro Kobe Kobe Computers Kobe. Gum herdman right and it's still hurts. It hurts you like you know like when we were grinding like who we talking about in every night Cobra every night so as saying like when I look at stuff like that and he was he was on his way to great he wanted.

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"athletics" Discussed on Oddly Observant

Oddly Observant

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"athletics" Discussed on Oddly Observant

"We know who we are. We know what type of what type of care to have what you see what you give that. We're not running so you know what I'm saying is a lot of different people. This kind of trying to throw dirt on all day and he really speak on to for whatever reason San Fan but you know it is what it is at this point. You know. We're here now. I just want to say like what you see. You can't please everyone. Yeah and it's it's it's important to keep keep asking yourself if this is what I want because if you know who you are and you know what you want and you know where you're going kind of that's as formula for success those key things that you have to know who you are. There's no and they'll just elaborate on where he talking about. You know he not going to speak on it but I am Because I I play for him. And he's he's elaborated somewhat peewee which are play in the league and just just a lot of the things that they did very disrespectful You know try to tarnish our name. which are people that know US personally? People have been around eight now they know what kind of guys we are so we never worried about anything for as what was being said. Or what's been put out there because people around us on a daily right people that come here the people within this community like real pillars of this garlic community noah kind of guys we are all coaches all of our T.. We got teachers. We got teachers that come train with us now teaches that we had to the school. Saying these bad guys like you know these people try to portray as the B while all these people in the community still want to interact with us. While teachers principal devalue from Conroy to spend time at rice he principal takes missions me all the time. Hi Checking on me. My principal for Middle School. I I've been a middle school. Years broke ten years. So it's like it's little things like that is what make me know like we're doing something right. We doing some right and we. We obviously doing something right. That all these people still want to interact with us and then I WANNA get was shot out of an Tamar Guide. Our coach Wargo He was a big inspiration in me and he was the one that kind of pushed me over the Hump Up to let me know that I can go and play Varsity as a freshman him. Machakos naming eco- cold caves He was Margai. Stayed in contact with me autos years throughout college even he was supposed to come of. We first opened up here. He's supposed to came next week. The week that he passed isolate he went able to make it But I knew I knew that you know. He knew what we offer was special because he told me and he told me he was proud of me. I am even coming over here. Oh to see that he knew what he was doing be knows the habits that make you an I mean coach caves was always a positive delighted. Many I didn't have. Many interactions with students also awesome. He I mean he looked at me as being the one kid on the basketball team is like Ip discussion lumber. Everybody's GonNa think you're you're wack because of this or that it's like just like you know you can ball. Everybody knows you can just go ball just being positive case was the guy that super positive all the time like even even like we like even on the varsity games like we'll be losing. We'll probably game like my freshman sophomore year varsity. We'll begin blew out. He stood silent man. We got this. You know like just real positive A variable lifted the shit a lot of games bro. He made us feel like we was win- who's wanting to game. Well because I guess he he the wisdom the fundamental wisdom. Dave gets. It is that it's not about like the short-term loss or win right it's the long term and he I mean. He was on the bench inch for a lot of our basketball games especially my senior sophomore or junior year. I'm sorry and that that's what it was just positive. You never had to worry about whereabout where you just knew. He'd be there if you need a just a high five or whatever you need a brother. He was there and it was contagious bro. Yeah and like even now bro. Like you know the way I. Ah You know I try to. I try to be a true players coach. He's a true players coach. The definition of whatever players go his cocaine cases so oh so like now when our coach you know we heard on our players but also try to be a player coach. Ed I try to make them understand. Don't you think that's why coach more low was always like pretty tight with US Scalia. Also at the same time like you know man can't get away but he made it to where 'cause cosmonautics real life though. Yes yes Ed Marlo made it to. Where like what you saying to where we felt like we was family But also at the same time he knew the balance of when get on our ass and when let us get freedom just do because he knew he was young man he knew we was growing always going through the stages of life. China grow whose make mistakes but he knew the balanced career and that's why like hose capes is because he had a great balance of a Hino Hino. Now he's still hosts it lately he he he'll get on your ass in the nicest way like a nice ass come in but it's him getting on your ad you just make you feel really bad like them pick it up so now man. It's it's always good to look back to. You can get caught in the past sometimes and a lot of the times and I'm sure a lot of people that will watch this. It can relate to his like when you look back at the past year. Usually looking back like a negative widen at this happened right biz important to like take a step back sometimes really realize the the things in the past that did happen that were positive they kind of puts you in the position now in shape because in those days like for example today was the day from me. Why World Cup Bro? Like I don't know man. There's so many questions with the businesses like. Do I really want to go do all this that I got. I nominate up super late tonight. Grind you know what but then it's like that spark is like well. Oh like first and foremost I just want to go. See my boy marcus. I haven't got to talk to him a long time. So that was the inspiration right and like anchor got put back like ten years ago were so I was able to like look back pass relationship positively and like make it like manifest over my hump today that I had to get over to like make shit happen office just weird words now because this kind of you know our bedroom we from our Louisiana you know a lot of guys are you know they make it out there no longer here with us but you know what we look back at it economy shaped us in a way we were Mahmoud issue. I was eleven. He might have been eight or now now at the time you know this. That's home so you don't WanNa leave but I think it was the best decision for us. looking back. It didn't seem like it at the time at the time. So I mean you know we can move out here. Of course we had a better life to Ooh. I think this those most likely staple. Yeah phone back then they even care to and it sometimes takes us. It takes us to be able to reflect back and realize that it did have such a big impact because definitely bro. By William San definitely a lot of doors started to open up for us when we came here because I got into sports heavy I got out here of you know we play like one season Organiz organized basketball out there in Monroe but it wouldn't like how was Dallas is like the big guys came here road i. That's when I realized how serious Yes we want to. We pays wars de home. Sports Is Different in Dallas especially tax it out there. We in the streets romantic mysteries. Where do we stand but it took a serious we my pee wee Say Okay this for real peewee gained thousands of people. Yeah that's really really woken up. We moved here. I mean Shit when you play against a European wide receiver receiver and I was in the front row to support. And you're playing against Rockwall I think at the Allens. There's there's probably like fifteen twenty thousand thousand people. There is just a first round playoff game. It's like it's like Yo- like Texas is not only the like if you WanNa if you WANNA come compete whether it's like sports business business or literally anything technology you can come to Texas because there's enough people that are going to compete with you. You'RE NOT GONNA get out of like Houston Dallas or Austin or San Antonio Without your fair share of challenges and growing up and kind of like building you out to be who you are right but I still think too. And you'll correct doc me if I'm wrong I think growing up in Texas like you know at least for one used remember stuff my a on is like I feel confident to be able to go go to California. Go to New York. I know I can hang with anybody like her. You're not missing anything by being Garland so that's why I like. It goes back like some people will be like your like. You could have gone on worked anywhere but like this is. This is just fine to this place. Right here is just fine yes. Affordable is where data's whereas in Dallas Texas in general because I know state tax so the cost of living is like crazy. You go to places New York Kylie or that's why a lot of people from Kelley moving to Austin movie. They all got down a first Frisco they building up arledge but is it's good. It's good for the city has more money to the city. So more and more money to the city more ideas more like more More jobs us more. Yeah so it's like it's good for everything if it's like you know cat like if it's managed well right but it's like I just WanNa make sure to that people know over over here that like none of us even like we. I mean we've been pretty like open just because we feel down stuff. Sometimes there were figuring shit out reflecting uh all of us know here. That's like we're probably going to push forward harder than most as you go to the future like it's just GonNa keep picking up by the people we are is not. It's not like we're going to get somewhere and be like I like. I made it like this. I've I've arrived I can speak from firsthand experience with me. Markets like even if we did something well on basketball there is always another game like there was always another like chip on your shoulder like Oh we're not ranked this. We're not going to get an invited with this. So there's always something you can like hype yourself up with two gets a negative so to speak on talking about You actually we're after birth. So that's Kinda embiid competition of attitude on a regular person who just you know gone on about their daily life. They can sustain a business because they don't have those qualities and what I've learned to is like it's okay because like for example like it might change like I'm this way right now but who knows where I'll be in twenty years. I may not be that person that wants to do a business anymore but like I know I want to do it right now. So it's like I have empathy for people that like like like work nine to five because that's hard to you know they just as hard in different ways. Everything's like I was telling one of my homeys. The other day is like there's a lot of different types of smarts and there's a lot of different types of hard it can be complex and be hard or could be simple and be hard like getting up and doing badly going to work out is very simple in theory by but like actually doing it is hard but for example.

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"athletics" Discussed on Oddly Observant

Oddly Observant

11:44 min | 2 years ago

"athletics" Discussed on Oddly Observant

"Your rapper? Whatever you WANNA be whatever you WanNa do it's always best to the People Community Bahaji I Because you can't get the people in your community supported you see how you can get somebody California's and Me Markus. We're talking about it before the show a little bit. That like nobody's there for that first year year two year three years except for you. Maybe your home that you're working with maybe some homeys like are there for you emotionally. But they don't know the you know the grind the struggle but those first two to three years they go unnoticed like I. We started this business in while I was in college. Joan is just now starting to like where weekend like get paid a little bit of money and actually see like a really good future panning out you know and nobody sees those years. Everybody wants to come around. Well Whoa and then but the thing is like. I'm always down to help people but at the same time like it's important to remember like like for example not letting your roots go away like Garland like Garland gave me a lot. Says I can't ignore what made me who I am and made me like what I'm made me do what I'm doing now. The gist of what you SAM. Roy is basically ain't no handouts. Yeah I mean yeah we try to help as many people as we can but at the end of the day you gotTa everybody say twenty four hours every day to kind of decide. Hi what they WANNA do an for us. That was another thing I was talking about before we got on here was a memo brother. We also started a nonprofit organization nations here in a community to help less fortunate families in less worse than the kids that can't afford to work out a basically through that you know we're able to travel follow a sponsor kids fund them to be able to come work out Also looking for other donors people to donate a people that want to donate to kind of help these kids to continue to grow aware already China right now what I mean think about it too. I mean we all play sports growing up in Garland and it's like there's no way that we he could have gone to Vegas. We could've gone to California to Houston New York all these places. We want to win a lot of places I mean. Honestly like you look back on it now I realize how frigging blessed. We were not even to play basketball but like just to hang out with each other in those moments. But there's no way we couldn't have done it without like the sacrifices of the parents and their time or like people people give us enough money so we could get bags like just off the kindness of their hearts. You know like somebody has a business in there like pain for like a trip or like like pain. Aim for nothing that they can't pay for outside NCA guidelines but like being the donors sponsors. They they get you just enough to where you can like be there and not be worrying about like your. You're helping your survival so it's it was will return to. Do you know trying to do things. Yeah no that's within our power to help for Thanksgiving we actually honey found no nice. We're still do that in pleasant grove other. That's what's your family's shadow to Maria. Bring on How the come together just like what? What sparked it well Actually train her son. She's a manager. The manager of their nice another apartment complex so she got a few new head out non-profit thing going on his it just kinda she kinda reached out to me and it was like You know we'll be interested in doing something like that. That's what I've learned in businessman. Is that like just haven't win the reason why I wanted to start. The podcast conversation sparked so much to end people and for example. You may never had that opportunity you know you didn't start this and then train. It's weird. How the dots lineup and you never can look at them forward? It's only looking back that you can connect should. That's why that happened but stuff like if that's GonNa happen so it's like I also tell people that are starting out their their stuff. Now say Yo. y'All been doing this for a year to site. Don't forget about that stuff. Push through the pain because stuff will connect with the start looking back. And that's why I wanted to say like I said when you get in business any business or anything anything you do. Nothing is easy. It's going to be grinding. It's going to be some earth is going to be some dire. Some Dow's is going to be some highs and lows A. Oh a guy told me when I first started you know trying to get on Being Vinci Saves you let master. Through the first two years in business you'll be successful. The first two years of business is the hardest with us. You know. We're going on six months now with being in this building We actually seen growth over the past six months or so. I'm excited to nick. Must Yeah and it's always weird too 'cause like we have this on me. All of us are strong. Have a strong envision on the things we WANNA do and it's always weird because like you have that vision but then the world also the only. Hey this is reality. This is what's going to happen so it's it's like managing that relationship hip like closely in like not giving anything up because you've got to keep pushing gotta keep going so it's about a between you and you. That's what I was just telling them before you walked in. It is a battle between you and your every day especially in the business world. Yeah because like I say down days there's a lot of days I'll be like. How much did it down? You know you know push through your grind through. It always works out in. Yeah as long. It always works out in the end as long as as you come to work every day and get it done. It's like that's not a guaranteed with doing something you love to do what you you'll get always insight. I mean we loved playing basketball right but there are some days where like we're on our fifth game. cramping up we we just had like we got shit going on with school two. Gosh you know whatever all this stuff going on and you're like damn man. I don't know if I want to go it's like you. You look at the abyss. You're staring into the darkness and then something just flicks and I live like. Let's just get it. Let's and then once you get going you're just in the habit you just go and left and right for sure for sure market. I wanted to ask issue appointed question now. What made you take some of the leaps that you did to get this going like? Was It 'cause we heard a little bit a little bit from Anthony but was there like a certain spark that was made the light finally. Click on your I gotTa do this. There's no other option or was it more like a gradual like set of events. Honestly Bro really kind on what happened. Peter was more so my brother was doing his own thing. I was Kinda Kinda getting into it. I was kinda still fresh into it. He had already been doing wanted for a few years and we were talking one day of an end. We just like you know. We're not. He called me when they actually is. He was still living over a Broadway him his wife and his kids and and he was Laboro you know. I think we should do something together. And then from that from that point for You know that's when we started kind of looking for locations places where we kinda wanted to be found a place whose off Norway's highway for Awhile of we'll St Louis was trying to partner would've gone there but you know stuff didn't work out obviously and in a dis- opportunity presented itself and we hopped on and actually we found another location before it went off Levine But we ended up. Finding this win was brand new. Nobody had been in here So it was the first one is a good the situation right but but more so kind of what. What kind of guy me go ahead and do this was just me? I'm talking and we just in. Ma Sense it is like you know we both Kinda had the same goals in mind force helping kids doing the fitness stuff of course but more so helping kids getting the kids off the streets give them something positive president As I was telling you earlier you know almost started girls team this summer. I've been coaching. Boys Pass. Three Summers but We try to help these girls. John now tried to get on that spectrum of it and then of course we got our football teams that were that we can actually be startup in March our season. Start and then. We'll we'll be donate on a year round to there's always going to be something around Basan going on so so we we're going to be active year round helping kids year round so now just for a football or basketball all season all year round. And I'm sure that you're teaching like with any sport it's like you're just like graining these fundamentals that it doesn't matter if they're ten I and they don't know what sport they're gonNA play like we can teach you the fundamentals the mental toughness these stuff that translates any right. Yeah and and that's kind of what we we need him. We heart bone with all of the kids. That come over here is everything are learning here is gonNA translate that. Don't matter what sports play right after right volleyball early ball basketball football tennis soccer. Whatever you you know you gotta wear heart? Regardless of what sports you plan. I heard this feeder feet has a hands working work so it is what it is. You'll get it is gonNA matter what so now it's been great man Like he said we missing growth these past few months of I mean it's been of course you know would any businesses that we have we have our struggles but the long term was is when you were talking about last. You know earlier this the long term that we're looking at we know you know is going to get to a point to where is going to be bigger than US right. You know. It's already right and getting there is don't get so used to the point where you can't stop per year like there's too much like right like built to attach to and that's that's how we wanted and we try to bring China's on to like we ain't no selfish guy is that we try to bring other guys on in women to bring the best people you can like for the kids right the program and the thing is you know we get some people that's more serious about it they'll be over here as we open for. You know anybody that series about one help kids and also just one better day suffering light trying to give them opportunity Bro. I mean I see you on instagram on. Twitter says like anybody watching to make sure you go follow Marcus Anthony on their personal profiles but also underdog fitness on. INSTAGRAM is under doll athletics. Athletics on the score fitness of my personal pages markets showtime our personal pages as for seeks AC L. Enormous. And I say this all just mid shows because this is how I've been keeping up with Marcus and what he's been up to. The I mean that's the power of technology and part of the reason why I'm so so obsessed with technology right and why I'm building businesses around that stuff because I've been able to stay up with Marcus and by proxy Anthony Because I see you in all this stuff. There's like yeah like I know what he's doing so it's like when we come have these conversations we're not starting from zero. We're starting from point five or point six. We're not one for pretty damn close right so I love which are doing with the social to what I have been learning in my business. Is that like you have to not only show that like people are enjoying it and the customers customers happy but also that like you highlight the individual people in in some of your videos and stuff you're highlighting the people because for example like y'all wanted to come on the podcast right like highlighting all which I'll like everybody likes it's a human. It's human nature to be loved in a way people love when you show them with no expectations of like return era. And that's why I think you'll be able to like get some success on social profiles really quick to not have to take four years to get to Michael. Oh Yeah I mean the thing about us absolutely brothers brothers. We come in.

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"athletics" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"athletics" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Athletics news radio eight forty WHAS after Kentucky thirty five thirty four buzzer beating three at the end of the first half of the second straight Saturday one last week was from quickly at mid court this one from maxi about twenty five feet out of the right side one second family of the UK when you hear the Kentucky Wildcats your listening to news radio eight forty WHAS Louisville time to take a look at our first half stats and they are presented by Toyota Mike Kentucky's first shot defense has been really good already eight of twenty six from the field two of twelve the three point line but they can't keep them off the office supplies they can't Auburn hold the night before advantage that a twenty seventeen overall rebounded but it's also about the seven turnovers the cats have had Auburn has five steals of those seven turnovers so you get a little loose again with the ball at all but it's been able to turn those seven turnovers in the seven points can't solely got two points for for alba turnovers that who would have thought that half the why this all particular really love to shoot the tray there they would be to a twelve cats would be five to kids suck you lease scores are Maxine quickly with twelve each Brooks with four G. saying Hey get the chip three Nick Richard just one point all of three from the field and three rebounds for all for severe dowdy leads the way with sixteen then you come to your four with five in Johnson with for Kentucky in the first half shoots nine of twenty three thirty nine percent but if you six five three seven ten attempts they were twelve or fourteen at the free throw line already got.

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"athletics" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"athletics" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Sixty eight the answer. San Francisco. radio hall of the Oakland Athletics. sixty eight the answer San Francisco. radio hall of the Oakland Athletics. sponsored by Edgewater productions. and. it's time for yester year a look back at your favorite dramas westerns comedies and musical variety shows from the golden age of radio here's your host for yester years Craig Roberts thank you Dave and again welcome to yester year the best of the golden age of radio on today's program will turn back the clock to nineteen forty three and.

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"athletics" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"athletics" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Athletics. Do this hour pound hall dot com on a Thomas? Does keep coming. President Trump writing on Twitter very big caravan of over twenty thousand people started up through Mexico as Trump says Mexican authorities have managed deuce the numbers of bit. But he adds Mexico must apprehend the remainder or we'll be forced to close that section of the border and call up the military. The treasury department ignoring another deadline for providing Trump tax return for the second time. The administration has defied a demand from the House Ways and means committee to turn over six years of President Trump's tax returns in a letter to the committee Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin asked for more time and said he would give the panel of final decision by may six but the White House has been sending a strong signal that it intends to reject the request. Greg Clugston, Washington. The death toll from the suicide bombings in for like has risen to three hundred fifty nine. Meanwhile, the BBC's has on a means says thirties report the arrest of eighteen more suspects overnight confirmed that local. Extremist Muslim extremist school, but the national elite is the one what is expecting also probably have arrested around sixty people thirty two of them being currently in integrating them trying to find more leads a car slammed into a group of pedestrians laughed eating in the Silicon Valley city of Sunnyvale, California. It's thank you might have been attentional act. All of that is under investigation at this time driver is in custody after Jim Choi telling K geo TV that bay people were injured strong earnings reports giving Wall Street a boost with the NASDAQ and the s&p hitting record highs the other day on the street this morning, stock futures are mixed ahead of the opening bell right now. Dow futures are up twenty two points s and p futures down one and NASDAQ futures currently trading two points in the read more on these stories at townhall dot com. Short months ago, the world was a complete frenzy over the.

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