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Fresh update on "auburn" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:18 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "auburn" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"As a school like auburn or LSU or Alabama or Tennessee, your head coach at auburn, you can't be doing stuff like that. You can't be searching your name and randomly DMing people you think have slighted you. You just can't. It's one, it's a waste of your time because they're going to be tons of people who have lots of terrible things to say about you. Whether you've got any baggage or not, I mean, Gus mazon had people saying terrible things about him and he doesn't have that. So I think that's the part that he's got a reconcile in this job and it sounds, you know, based on what he said so far, he understands that. So can he do it? The first time he feels like he's been slided, is it going to be sliding into the DMs? I don't know. But if he wins a bunch of games there, I got a feeling, at least among the auburn fan base because there is a portion of the auburn fan base that is not pleased with this hire. That goes away. Those people sort of say, okay, you know what? He's winning games. That's really all it is. And I will say, I remember reading the press release when he got hired, the John Cohen quote, the athletic director, and because I was like, I despise, and this is not unique to this particular hire. I despise when athletic departments, athletic directors, school presidents, turned the hiring of a coach into a morality play and they act like every person they've hired is a saint and all they're doing is for the betterment of the young men and no, you've hired this coach because you think they will win football games. You will not fire him for not creating better young men. You will fire him if he loses too many football games. Like that's what this is all about. And they did stick to that, at least in their initial announcement. And so I thought that was a fairly shrewd PR move on their part. On the DM and we'll close here, freeze alluded to it in one of the yeah, talk to Chris Lowe about it. He said he said he regrets it. And you should don't do that. But don't do that. But my question on that though, Andy is, these are all the things these impulsive reactions of Hugh freeze that collectively got him fired. At all miss. We're now years past that, rehabilitated, gone to Jerry Falwell's university. And the fact that it happened again and we don't we know of this one, we don't know maybe he's done it up. Should that be disturbing? And it doesn't seem like auburn really cared a whole lot about that. I think they cared about it from an image standpoint. I think they wanted to hire him as well. And that's why they hired him because like I just said, the job description really is to win football games. And he's the person who isn't laying kiffin, who decided to stay at old miss, who best fits who might be able to win football games at auburn. That's really what this is. And I don't know what happens in the future. I will say, the stuff that happened at all miss cost him millions and millions of dollars. So whatever, you know, redemption story, anybody wants to push or anything like that. Even if we're just breaking it down to bras and I'm talking about morality or anything else. Financially, it was a disaster. You'd think that teaches a lesson, we'll see. We will. Andy Staples, some sobering comments there joining us on the show. Today, and we head to the break. Blake top Meyer has some strong comments about the hue freeze higher works for USA Today and he'll join us in a couple. Thank you very much. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. And we

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"auburn" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:03 min | 1 d ago

"auburn" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"At all miss. Right. What was it? He reached out to media way back when to tell them that, oh, no, this is basically was most of this happened on Houston that's watch. Said it wasn't going to be total recruits and players that wasn't going to be bad when in fact it was. I think 17 of the 21 alleged violations came during the time that he was there. Now again, it's over and done with by hiring and his answer to that question, but yes, I think the social media thing is kind of a blind spot for lack of a better chance. What one question do you still have burning in your mind that has not been answered in relation and in regard to heath freeze? Well, we know we can coach. That's obvious 34 and 15 at liberty. What he did at. Old myth, I'm really curious to see how he met his with the new transfer portal and NIL aids. I think I had the suspicion that auburn is all in. I think it's been published that they have a $13 million war chest, that just adds another level to the auburn Alabama rivalry. And I think it's not a coincidence that the only two active coach in walking the earth to beat Nick Saban, at least 5, are both have all been ties, guests, and. A star joining us on a very busy day. Thank you, Dennis appreciate it as we head to the break more on the hue freeze hiring. We'll get reaction from you and around the SEC and more of your phone calls after this. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Welcome back.

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"auburn" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:49 min | 1 d ago

"auburn" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Dodd right after this. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. Auggie. Hey Paul, how are you? Very well. Thank you. So what did you think about your interview with you freeze? Did you think he was sincere? What did you think? I think he was very sincere and again, yesterday, when I mentioned that you and maybe I'm going too far in saying this, but I think you were the cornerstone in his rehabilitation. And you acted surprised like, what do you mean? I know that was the third act. You know your role in this. You were significant in bringing you freeze back into the light. And I think you freeze knows it. And I think your stamp of approval means a lot. Based on your significant role representing the SEC. So he frees owes you a huge debt of gratitude. I know you may think that's going too far. But I absolutely believe that I could be completely wrong, but I absolutely believe you had a huge hand in making this happen. And yes, everybody has issues. And people deserve a second chance. I always believe that we should go around and make sure everybody has their first chance before we start giving second chances, but nonetheless, how disappointing will it be if you freeze because he sold us all. I'm on the hue freeze bandwagon. You know, I've always been a huge fan. And before we even knew BK was a serious possibility for LSU, I was yelling for you freeze. Now I'm not saying I trade him, but what I'm saying is that if you freeze does something to let us all down, there's no coming back for you freeze. He's on a very fine wire. What do you think? Yes. No, I don't think it would be there's no, there's no time for let me please let me explain. He's on, yeah, I mean, double secret probation would be the word I would pluck out of the 70s. But it's applicable here. But the most important thing for you freeze was to get that chance. And he now has it. He's got it. And I think he's got more than auburn. As you heard from Jim, Jim's not an auburn fan. He's an Alabama fan. But I will feel let down and embarrassed if he does something. I appreciate everything you said. The thing that bothers some people actually freeze is before he fell. He was also preaching the gospel. And that's what irritated and angered so many people because he was, he was blaming someone else for the mistakes that he was accused of making. And I'm not talking about the indiscretions. I'm talking about the illegality of NCAA violations. He frees and his cohorts at all miss tried to put all the blame on the predecessor and that blew up in their face. And boy did Houston nut that they set him up and I never thought Houston was the greatest coach in the world, but he did not deserve what happened to him. But anyway, I wish him all the best at auburn except for one game each year and you know which one that is anyway. It was a great interview, Paul. Thank you. Appreciate it very much. Let's go to Donald up next in Georgia. Hello Donald. What's up, Paul? How are you doing today? We are doing well, Donald, thank you. Oh, how you want new gator bias? Good. On the grill, deep fried. Oh, I forgot. Yeah, well, listen, I'll however you want to do it. I'm good with. All right, but listen, I was going to tell you, I think, and again, I'm a seminal, right? But I do listen to you, but I think that the higher for all of them is good, but I think if he has one flip up, he's gone. No, I agree. But I think the person that knows that's the best is she frees. We don't know. We don't know what he's thinking. But I can't put myself in his shoes. Fortunately, I've never gone down that road. And I say I'm very blessed not to have gone because I think I really, what I what I do wish for, and this is the reporter of me that we can cut through all the BS and get him and say, coach, what happened? And I think I know what happened, but I'm not going to say anymore because it's not my place, but I think a lot of people have been down a road when all of a sudden they were out of control and I think he went down that road and let's hope pray, however you choose that he is. He is back. He's changed. But yeah, I mean, I don't know. I mean, I will say in full disclosure, I've been fooled many times. And that's fine. It doesn't matter whether I have or not, but dentist I joins us. That does matter. With CBS, Dennis, thanks so much for the time. Good afternoon. I know you've been busy today. We just got through chatting with Hugh freeze. And I wanted to get your reaction to his hiring. Yeah, hey, Paul. Yeah, I mean, I guess no surprise he was going to be plan B all along. I think the differentiator is that auburn and a lot of people thought they had lane that didn't work out for whatever reason and for those that have reservations about he three. I can determine there wasn't really a plan C to avoid you. I don't know who it was going to be. So I've been wanting for a long time to write like he's kind of served his sentence made peace with his family, landscape has changed and I wrote some of that yesterday that I don't think he returned to college football as much as college football came around to him. Now this other stuff is different and is significant and needs some vetting, but that's probably a question to Albany. Yeah, and that's where I want to go with you because there's a young woman at liberty who has gone very public. She went on social media and said auburn never checked with her. Auburn officials tell me and you I'm sure in anyone else that there's a specific reason they went to the way they did, they did check with liberty officials. Now, hey, that's like, I'm good. Take my word for it. I don't know what that means. Dan has been a dogged reporter for many years. There's a story going anywhere next, or do you think it ends right here? You know, I don't know. I mean, one part of me wants to say it's got a bonfire to vanity quality to it. The other part is that auburn hopes it goes away. But we live in a different time hall and. I said it in the story. It's like two people tell me like you have to quell this urge to randomly reach out on the Internet because of perceived flight. You just can't do that in the situation. And whether I think I saw now he denies he's been told to get off social media, I think it's a press conference. I don't know, but I think the answer right now is they'll see. How does all react? How do outside forces react and go from there? And these urges, I'm not trying to be a psychologist here, but it seems like this was the hue freeze before. You know it. He wasn't shy about reaching out to the media and telling them how wrong they were about the allegations against him. At all miss. Right. What was it? He reached out to media way back when to tell

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"auburn" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:45 min | 1 d ago

"auburn" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Boosters already last night on the phone and today and I'm convinced right now sitting here today that everybody really wants to be on the same team pulling in the same direction. Coach, there are a lot of narratives about your coaching career and certainly you're upset a few weeks ago over BYU and later Arkansas helped cement some of that. But no matter where you go in the national media local media regional media, you talk about you freeze and the same thing always comes up. He's a great coach and he beat Nick Saban to straight times. I know that's become part of your legacy. How important, as you reflect back, has that been to you as your career has advanced? Well, there's no question to land this job. Those two victories, I'm sure weighed in on whatever analytics they used because of how important that game is in this state and to these fan bases. So it's followed me everywhere I've been and I hope it never stops following me because it's something that you should be really excited and proud about because at that time they were the gold standard you know that I have great respect for Nick and miss Terry, their dear people and have been very kind to Jill and I, but now it's war eagle and we've got to win that game. Yeah, coach, not to give you advice, but if that number stays at two, your career at auburn won't last very long, they won't last long. You mentioned your wife Jill, and we all heard you talk about her today. And I don't know. I'm a softie for these stories, but can you talk more about her as we close down here and let you get to work? What she has meant to you because when you left all this, somebody a lot of people wondered would this family stay together? Obviously you did. Yeah, our family is stronger than ever. And it's because of her. She's the backbone, The Rock. She has such grit and toughness and, you know, what most people don't know is that she and I had already began the journey of walking through the things we were going through long before my dismissal or my resignation from old miss and I think that was, it was very difficult, but for her, I think she knows who I truly am and understands that what I did is not exactly who I am and she showed me grace and she showed me forgiveness that it was not always an easy road. And I had to earn that trust back, but I stand here today and she would actually say this if she were on here is if it had not been for everything we've gone through, we would not be we had a good marriage then. We have a great marriage now and she believes it's because of what we went through and she always talks about our mountaintops have been awesome. And the view there is great, but the valleys are really where the fruit is grown. And the valleys we've had have made us so much stronger, so much tighter, not just Jill and that, but my three daughters also and family is our rock. Coach, congratulations, we look forward to seeing you soon. Paul, thank you so much. Thank you. The new head coach at auburn university coach Hugh freeze joining us as we begin the program this afternoon. We'll come back. Your reaction to all of that. And more. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. And this is what

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"auburn" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:35 min | 1 d ago

"auburn" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"What a day we have for you. Thanks so much for joining us. We are what? Four hours away from what could determine some teams in the college football playoff assuming there is some carnage this weekend Alabama and Ohio State, perhaps even Tennessee will be watching closely, but the news of the day is the same as it was when we left you yesterday auburn hires the best fit. John Cohn saying that in the official announcement and welcoming a few freeze as the new auburn football coach. There have been some questions about exactly whether he would relinquish control of social media. That was according to media reports. He addressed that today. And the news that got one of the biggest shares on the plains, the elevation of Cadillac Williams to the associate head coach by the new head coach, Hugh freeze. And speaking of Hugh fries, we say hello to coach freeze joining us live from auburn and coach chip. You look very familiar. Sitting behind an SEC banner. Congratulations. And thanks so much for joining us. Oh, Paul, it's always been a pleasure to join you. You've always been very kind to me and it is pretty neat looking behind me and seeing that SEC logo again. So it's an honor to be on with you. Coach understanding as the audience and everyone does your journey and your Odyssey from oldness to here describe what today felt like it meant to you and especially your family. Yeah, that was Jill and I were talking last night at the condo and that they're putting us in and it was just, it was kind of a celebration and a few tears and just kind of thinking of what the last 7 years have really been like. There's been obviously some valleys and a lot of mountain tops also, but you wonder during that time, were you ever have the opportunity to do what you love at the highest level again and there's been days where you wondered for sure and you know I made a commitment to 6 years ago to get up every morning and lead a disciplined life that is a grand to try to be the best I can and every area and it was work and fight to compete. It places like liberty owe them a lot of and thanks. It was an incredible journey there, but to celebrate today with my wife and my daughters, my mom and dad were here. Some uncles were here also and it was just an incredible feeling of just thankfulness and humility, gratefulness. We're just we're very thankful. Coach, as you know, there were so many questions about whether this day would come. There have been obstacles precluding you from getting to where you are today, how were you able to convince the auburn officials that whatever happened in the past is in the past. You know, Paul, I think I really want John Cohen and. The committee that I think they just took the time to really get to know me and Jill and our story. And obviously the plan I've had to make sure that I heard a lot of people in the way that the old miss tenure ended there and we had a great time, a lot of great times over our 5 years there, but obviously the ending was not one that I'm very proud of and ever since that day I've been trying to earn the trust of those that are important to me back and that includes obviously my family first and then the family of my football family like liberty and that administration, which I think I served them very well and I think I've put in a really good plan to show people this is who I really am and who I want to be and how I'm going to be accountable to serve you well also and I just got to say to the board of trustees here and to John and men are president oh gosh, just they just they hurt our whole story and chose to trust in us. Coach freeze in terms of moving forward. The football part of it is what fans are most interested what are your plans up beyond elevating Cadillac Williams today to a new position? Yeah, so thankful for Cadillac. I mean, the job he did of getting these kids to play extremely hard with passion and energy. Look like they were having fun. I thought that was so admirable, and man, I just made up my mind if I got the job. I need him by my side to help me get this ship turned in the right direction. So thankful that he's going to stay on with us. And truthfully, Paul, I've had so many texts from different staff members from across the country, and obviously I've got my own guys out there too. But I was so hesitant, Paul. You and I have taught many times through the last few years and obviously I've gotten anxious about and I was totally at peace if the door had closed at liberty, but obviously auburn was a place that we really our whole family will be together, have a daughter that lives here. With her husband, but man, I got so anxious about, man, I want to handle it the right way that I was hesitant to talk to any staff people at all. And then I get here and man, it's been one media event after the other and I can't wait to get off the, I think you may be my last media for the day and I'm going to get on the phone to start trying to formulate the staff. Coach, media speculates, you understand that, and it's always a part of the equation here. But what was the moment when John called you or someone else did and said, okay, coach, this is it. The waiting is over. You are going to be the next auburn head football coach. It is really surreal. You know, obviously I'm very familiar with how rich in tradition and proud this program is and to go from utter despair and disappointment when you last coached in the SEC to being named the 31st head football coach for auburn university. When I got that news, it was just one of those moments in time where you just want to really get on your knees and just say thank you. Coach, you were at all miss and while you were at all miss a close friend of yours, very close friend. Gus my was on was coaching at auburn and I know you two have remained very tight. Your daughter went to auburn. I bring that up because there is a perception that auburn and you've heard it. You were on the other side as a dysfunctional place. And all they do is chew up and spit out football coaches. I'm curious what you learned about auburn, perhaps through Gus or others that puts you at peace with that part of the equation. Well, I think all of us are made to want to do this type of job at this level in this conference. You're probably made a little different. We're probably a little off upstairs and we all think we have the ability to fix whatever the issues are at any given place and I think I do have a gift to bringing people together and making them feel valued and their opinion valued, but at the end of the day I have to make the decision that I think is best for auburn football and I'm quite certain that others have felt that way too and time will tell if my gift of doing that really works for this place, but I am confident that we all are desiring everyone that I've visited with. I've taught tons of boosters already last night on the phone and today and I'm convinced right now sitting here today that everybody really wants to be on the same team pulling

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Tim Tebow on the Importance of Aligning Your Priorities

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 1 d ago

Tim Tebow on the Importance of Aligning Your Priorities

"Tim Tebow. No kidding. Look, there he is. Hi Tim. Good to see you. I love how you want to respond to that area. I don't know. I don't know. I'm looking for dead silence for confusion. Look, you do so much. But now you've written a book which is a devotional, it's called one year devotional mission possible. And you were talking about a number of things just a minute ago, I think a lot of people struggle with a lot of the things that you were talking about. Like, you know, how do I live consistently? How do I, you know, because some people are really disciplined or some people it comes naturally to them. Other people are a little bit more elliptical in the way they pursue life. But you always talk about identifying your priorities. And so when you say that, what does that mean for you? I think it's so important, Eric, that we understand what's most important in our life and most important in our heart. And then we align our priorities based on those things, right? What's most important is that we're building a relationship with God that we're serving other people that we're making a difference that we're helping, then let's put time for what we say is our top priorities, right? And then it's also, I think, so important. And I go back to this, I mentioned it, that we also reframe our perspective and our mindset because one of the hardest things to gain in the easiest thing to lose is perspective on what matters. And I'll give you example. This weekend, I mean, there's so many families that are going to Thursday celebrate Thanksgiving. And then Friday and Saturday based on all the raibaru weekend, the Florida Florida state and Georgia Georgia Tech and auburn Alabama and Ohio State Michigan and there's literally going to be for 48 hours. House is divided and you know what's going to be a big deal and I love it because I love sports, but all of a sudden that's become a priority that so many people drastically changed their life for when ultimately it's hard to then remember hey Eric, it's just a game,

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 3 d ago

The latest in sports

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

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

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 d ago

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

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

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Kiffin plans to return; No. 20 Ole Miss falls to Bulldogs

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 d ago

Kiffin plans to return; No. 20 Ole Miss falls to Bulldogs

"Mississippi state came from behind to win the 8 ball at 20th ranked Mississippi 24 22. All miss was leading 16 7 late in the first half when the bulldogs Will Rogers through the first of his two touchdown passes with 8 seconds left to cut the rebels lead to 1614. Roger's second TD past gave state a 24 16 lead midway through the fourth quarter. Is everything, you know, like you said, third shot, you know? Kind of got tired of losing these guys. Obviously they're really, really good football team. The bulldogs needed to stymie an old miss two point conversion tribe with just over a minute remaining to seal the win. The loss was the third straight for the rebels who coached lane kiffin as speculated to be heading to auburn. I'm Tom Mary.

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Gearing up for 2024

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:53 min | Last week

Gearing up for 2024

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

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Nix shines and No. 10 Oregon defeats No. 9 UCLA 45-30

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Nix shines and No. 10 Oregon defeats No. 9 UCLA 45-30

"Oregon won a top ten matchup as Bo nicks through for 278 yards and 5 touchdowns leading the tenth ranked ducks passed number 9 UCLA 45 30 The auburn transfer completed 21 of 28 passes with Troy Franklin accounting for 8 receptions for 132 yards and two scores Nicks has a combined 25 touchdowns this season including 8 on the ground UCLA's Dorian Thompson Robinson threw for 262 yards and two touchdowns Zach rushed for 136 yards in a score for the bruins who haven't won a new gene since 2004 I'm Dave ferry

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No. 9 Mississippi runs wild and holds off Auburn 48-34

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

No. 9 Mississippi runs wild and holds off Auburn 48-34

"9th ranked Mississippi ran past auburn 48 34 to raise its record to 7 O All miss rush for 448 yards with three players each gaining more than 100 yards on the ground running back Zach Evans and quinson judkins and quarterback Jackson dart Dart also threw three touchdown passes two of them to his running backs We knew from the get go that we could put them on their heels a little bit And we just stuck with that the whole time And we saw him score we just knew we had to do the same thing The rebels jumped out to a 21 zero lead early in the second quarter but auburn kept pushing back coming within a touchdown at three different junctures before losing his third straight game I'm Tom mariam

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No. 2 UGA routs Auburn 42-10 in Deep South's Oldest Rivalry

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

No. 2 UGA routs Auburn 42-10 in Deep South's Oldest Rivalry

"Number two Georgia responded to being demoted from the number one ranking by scoring an angry 42 to ten win over auburn Stetson Ben threw for 208 yards and registered George's biggest play the day with a career best 64 yard touchdown run I started going in the end I was like good lord I didn't run this far in a while And my legs started giving out but it was just grass they were all turned back then lad had a good block on the safety Georgia led 14 nothing at halftime they were down auburn with a running attack that racked up 292 yards and 6 touchdowns Georgia moved to 6 and zero overall three SEC I'm Jim Hart

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Is Auburn a Canary in the Coal Mine? Coach Chan Gailey Weighs In

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:22 min | Last month

Is Auburn a Canary in the Coal Mine? Coach Chan Gailey Weighs In

"Question on auburn. Is all of a canary in the coal mine, so to speak, of the problems that could develop. And I don't think it's there yet because I think there's a couple of added elements here. Of boosters, which has always been a problem in auburn. We've seen this for years, but then you throw in the NIL portion of this. And others could all be sort of a canary in a coal mine of what could possibly happen inside of Texas a and EM or some of these others were boosters are putting tons of money into these kids to get them there. And then they expect something in return. Well, and that is true. And then if they, if the boosters that are putting the money in, think that they want to change in the coaching, guess what? They're not going to give the money for the NIL. So the schools turn around and look at the administration and I look at, well, wait a minute, now. If we don't have the money for then IO, we're not going to be able to compete, so we better do what they want and change the coach. So that is another offshoot of the NIL where the people that are given the money are going to control the who's the coach and who's not the coach and who's the AD and who's not the idea.

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Young, No. 1 Alabama escape Texas on late FG 20-19

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Young, No. 1 Alabama escape Texas on late FG 20-19

"Will write cards 33 yard field goal with ten seconds left gave number one Alabama a 20 to 19 victory over Texas You know I really just wanted to get an opportunity I think I just wanted to be able to go down and put me in position and these guys fought all game long and I just want to do my part and help our team win The tides game winning boot followed a 49 yard field goal from the longhorns bird auburn with one 29 to go Heisman winner Bryce young led his team down the field for the game winner on the day young was 27 of 39 for 213 yards and one TD Alabama won in spite of 15 penalties they're now two and O while Texas drops to one and one I'm David Schuster

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 GE workers in Alabama seek union

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

GE workers in Alabama seek union

"GE workers in Alabama are seeking to unionize Workers at a General Electric factory in Alabama have launched an effort to form a union joining a wave of labor organization efforts at large national companies Employees at the GE plant in auburn Alabama submitted a union cards to the Birmingham office of the national labor relations board It's an organization effort with IUE CWA The GE aviation plant manufacturers aircraft engine parts and has 179 employees to qualify for a union election the NLRB requires signatures from 30% of eligible voters at a specific facility The IUE CWA indicated that more than 50% of workers have signed cards Workers supporting the union say that pay the attitude of management towards workers and benefits are among the driving concerns

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"auburn" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:34 min | 4 months ago

"auburn" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"On SEC media days. We've been here all week and has been a lot of fun tomorrow back in the studio, but we are we have a couple more guests, one very special that you may remember from a few months ago, your phone calls and of course the last media member standing contest continues. How about Chris. Starting off the final hour, good afternoon, Chris. Hey, how you doing, Paul? We are doing great. Thank you for the call. Yeah. I usually work with Jim and Rainey. I worked about 7 years really. And you know pretty good feeling, man. You have found a lot of people from Africa. And he got three of the big and big. What the biggest business didn't have to a lot of work. But the only thing I really hate. I think part of the news I have is this guy here with me. You know what I mean? And Aubrey, a lot of times, they don't seem to be in touch. But like in 2000 and. 13, 17, 19, they did it all. But they never want to talk about it. Yeah, you know, thank you, Lisa thanks for the call. I don't think anyone has ever suggested that Jimmy raines isn't a good Samaritan. And I know Jimmy well. I talked to him not that long ago. And the issue isn't what kind of businessman he is. He's smart. I've been in studios with him. I've interviewed him for extended periods of time. I've been to his charity event. It's what he does with the auburn football program that is in serious question right now. And that's why we had what we did today. With harsh and the problem for rain, is he hasn't spoken about it. He has hidden from the media. And I think that's a mistake. If he's got nothing to hide, then he should talk about his view of auburn athletics. Because when you don't speak, one would assume that the allegations that have been leveled against you that you were behind the coup are true. Let's continue. AC is in New Jersey. Good afternoon, AC. Good afternoon. Thank you so much for taking my call. I have a question for you. I'm going to put you in the top spot. I have 6 top college football programs. I just need your opinion. Who is more likely to end their championship drought? I have 16 for you. I had a longhorns Irish Michigan, the sooners and I had PST. If I undertake out of those 15, my safest spot, they'll be that USC Trojans, not a loser like different Tuscaloosa. Thank you so much for taking my call, sir. Yeah, you know, I would agree. I think Lincoln Riley has had such a phenomenal off season. And not to say that Jimbo Fisher isn't building a championship contender. He is. But the competition that he faces every year is far stiffer than what Lincoln Raleigh will face even in the Big Ten. Let's continue with more phone calls here on the program. And you can give us a call at 855-242-7285 and Justin is up next in auburn. Hello, Justin. Hey, Paul, it's good to talk to you again. Thank you. A couple of things. Just have a couple of things. First of all, how do you understand AC when he talks like this has gotten slow down and quit hitting the crack pipe, whatever you're doing. Who do you think talks faster? You know, everyone knows where I'm going here. AC or our first guest tonight, Jimbo Fisher. It's definitely got to be AC. He's on another one. I think it is fair. It sounds like he has a southern drawl compared to AC. Yeah. But he's living in the south. They see still have been New York. So. Yeah. But I just wanted to bring up a lot of people are talking about the quarterback for auburn and this year this year and talking about the whole line and how they haven't been good and all that. Can I get that? But last year, Texas a and M had the worst O line in the SEC statistically. So calzada spent most of his time on the run last year. I mean, he made plays and did he accomplish what he accomplished with the worst outline in if we give him auburn's O line, which obviously, I think calzado is a huge step up from bow nix. I appreciate nicks. I appreciate what he did for us. But the kid mentally, I think he sped stuff up when he didn't have to. It seems like calzado is a little bit more composed and he doesn't do that. I feel like with our own line, this year, even though they haven't proven to be great, but they're obviously better and I feel like he could make a huge stride and really be a big factor for us this year and nobody's talked about that. Nobody's really talked about how bad his own. A couple hours ago and he said he felt like the line would be a lot better. Hey, thank you very much. Let's talk about a and M with our next caller, Matt, is in Texas, a Helena. I disagree with that guy. The only thing reason, yes, there's a terrible line last year, but he's going to bring another race back to where I have a good season this year. The problem was that we know, for example, that's not going to be the case that you all. And I want to tell you about some other things. Who's going to be street powership or conferences in a 12 15 SEC? What's going to happen while it does settle on? I suspect you're going to have two mega conferences, the Big Ten in the SEC, the big 12, I think. Matt is going to pick off another PAC 12 school because they have nowhere else to go. Well, I got one question for you. What happens when you join? Are they going to be mindful or can actually say them again? Are they used to play my end of the year? You know, Jimbo thanks Matt for the call. Jimbo alluded to that today. He said, I think he was speaking out of school, but nobody cares. He said that the model right now is for a and M to play, let me see if I remember this correctly. Texas, LSU, and Mississippi state on a regular basis. I think what they did is they put out a hypothetical situation just to see how it looked. And that's what he's the first one that I've heard mentioned that today. That was very, very interesting. Thanks to Tyler. Tanner is up next in Alabama. Hello, Tanner. Miss farmer.

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Caller: Criminals Would Think Twice if Someone Was Armed

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:32 min | 4 months ago

Caller: Criminals Would Think Twice if Someone Was Armed

"Let me just make one comment about auburn university because I was born and raised in Alabama and what we call auburn is a very good school to go to if you can't afford to go to a very good school. Well, there you go. I'm not going to get into that bite. I'm a Tennessee fan, so I've already got a dog in the fight. We got our own problems. I understand. Let me just say that I'm a retired marine 24 expert marksmanship awards in the Marine Corps and I'm a Christian man. I'm an older white man considerably older than you and let me just say that in the county that I live in here in North Carolina, there are more concealed carry holders than you can shake a stick at and if somebody wants to pull out a gun and start shooting people, he's going to get weighed down by a crowd of armed people. As well it should be Philip and I think when the bad guys understand that, you know, when they, when they know that, hey, look, there's a pretty good chance people here are packing heat, or if a homeowner is packing heat and is well protected, you think you think the bad guys are going to think twice before they knock in that front door. That's exactly right. That's the entire point of the Second Amendment.

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Magic take Banchero 1st, Holmgren, Smith follow in NBA draft

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Magic take Banchero 1st, Holmgren, Smith follow in NBA draft

"Paolo banchero was the first player taken in Thursday's NBA draft The 6 ten forward was chosen by the magic after leading duke to the final four as a freshman This is one of the best moments of my life I'm super excited And I couldn't be happier you know to be a member or no magic Bon Carroll averaged 17.2 points 7.8 rebounds and 3.2 assists for the blue Devils Going second overall to the thunder was Gonzaga's chat holmgren a 7 footer who averaged 14 points and ten rebounds in his only season of college ball The rockets picked up auburn forward jabari Smith at number three The kings used the fourth selection to grab Iowa forward Keegan Murray and the pistons took guard Jayden ivy of Purdue with the 5th pick I'm Dave

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Magic go with Duke's Banchero as No. 1 pick in NBA draft

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Magic go with Duke's Banchero as No. 1 pick in NBA draft

"Paolo banchero was the first player taken in Thursday's NBA draft The 6 ten forward was chosen by the magic after leading duke to the final four as a freshman Bon Carroll averaged 17.2 points 7.8 rebounds and 3.2 assists for the blue Devils Going second overall to the thunder was Gonzaga's chat holmgren a 7 footer who averaged 14 points and ten rebounds in his only season of college ball The rockets picked up auburn forward jabari Smith at number three The kings used the fourth selection to grab Iowa forward Keegan Murray and the pistons took guard Jayden ivy of Purdue with the 5th pick I'm Dave

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How Chip Lake Became a Political Consultant

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | 6 months ago

How Chip Lake Became a Political Consultant

"Let's start off chip. One sort of give a little bit of your background and how you got started and all this. And the good part about it is almost like up front here to sort of keep us both out. Neither one of us are in this cycle really. I mean, we know campaigns and we've helped some others, but for the most part, chip and our experiencing something neither one of us experienced in a long, long time, and that is the ability to just talk about these campaigns without being indirectly involved in them. And I think I know from my perspective, it's been a refreshing. I know talking to you if it has been for you as well. But how did you get into this? It's a great question, Doug. So as you had mentioned, I went to auburn and I was to age myself. I was an auburn in the early to mid 90s. And long story short was a member of the college Republicans at auburn. And we had a state party chairman from an adjacent state, Georgia, come down to speak to us at one of our chapter meetings on, I think it was Tuesday night. Because his daughter was a member of our was a member of our college Republicans group. And that person was rusty Paul, who was the state chairman at the time for the Georgia Republican Party. He since went on to become a state senator. And now he is mayor of Sandy Springs. And I walked up to him after the after he gave a speech and I asked him if he had any internships available. And he said, absolutely call, you know, call me, you know, next week and we'll get you set up. And the reality is the rest is history. I was a political science and public administration major down there and I really didn't know what I wanted to do for a living. And, you know, I'm 49 years old right now, and I still feel like I'm in that position, you know? I mean, as you mentioned, this is my first cycle. Really, since I was a teenager, where I haven't been directly involved in the campaign. And it's been it's been a lot of fun to be able to watch this from the

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Newsmax Host John Bachman Shares His Backstory

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:42 min | 7 months ago

Newsmax Host John Bachman Shares His Backstory

"John, bob, I'm glad to have you with us today on dot com's podcast. It's not going to be with you. Have you called my friend? I guess that's what happens when you share your waffle House menu selections. You really become tight with somebody. Well, you know, when we get to be friends, you know, when I tell you what to order at waffle House, then we've got it down there. Hey, as we get started, one of the things I love to do in this podcast and when I do especially people politicians, I do media people is everybody knows us and I found this to be true and I think you probably have as well. If they see us in the airport or they see us have they know us from this right here, they know it from the camera if you would. They don't know the background. So span just a few minutes telling us, you know, where are you from? How you got here and just give us a good taste of who you are. Well, I'm from Marietta, Georgia originally. I was born actually my parents live in kennesaw when I was born. And we moved to Tampa pretty quickly thereafter and live there for 8 years, but moved back to Marietta when I was 8 years old. And from 8 years on all the way through my 5 years at the university of Georgia and there after my first job in television was in Augusta, Georgia was my home. I love it. I love the braise. I love the dogs. Having the Olympics there was fantastic as well. And it was just, you know, I think I lived there in a perfect time when the state to me, we learned about a three pillars, right? Wisdom justice and moderation. And all three things were readily available to me. Growing up in Marietta, I went to Davis elementary middle school and Lassiter high school for those folks to know. But it was such a great community because people were moving to Atlanta from all over the place. My parents were actually from the northeast, my dad settled in Atlanta in the 70s with my mom when we moved back there, but at that time in the late 80s, early 90s Atlanta was such a boom town and we had people from all over the place. And it was just such a great melting pot of different Americans and all kinds of folks, different races and religions. And I really felt like I had a wonderful public school experience and when it came time for college, the only thing I knew is that I wanted to go to an SEC football school. My dad went to graduate school at the university of Florida, and he took me to a game when I was four years old. It was a Florida Miami game. And it was one of my earliest memories, and I just love the whole thing. And then, you know, my sister went to auburn, and I was spent some time with her at all. My older sister, and I was like, this place is great. All these people are so nice on the planes. And I was like, it's a little boring though. And then finally, I didn't think I was gonna get into Georgia but I did get in and I went there and I had a bunch of buddies of mine who are you older than me in high school that went there and I spent some time with them and the moment I walked on campus I knew I was

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Charlie's 'Educate Don't Mandate' Tour Visits University of Arkansas

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 8 months ago

Charlie's 'Educate Don't Mandate' Tour Visits University of Arkansas

"We had a great night last night in Fayetteville, Arkansas. We are going to auburn tonight where eagle is what they say at auburn university. I'll be there with Ali stuckey. Last night we spoke a lot of things my suspension from Twitter as well was so interesting. The questions that were asked in the Q&A format yesterday at University of Arkansas. And this kind of goes to show what the college campus kind of cartel has done. So I talked about a lot of different things. I talked about tyranny. I talked a little bit about kind of what's happening with the transgender issue. I talk about inflation. And all people wanted to talk about was the transgender issue. That was it. Completely fascinated them. Would you find happy to oblige and then finally we got a question on inflation. We talked about how as the currency gets less valuable it literally steals money from young people. It was actually a really interesting moment in the speech and will re air it on our rumble page and we'll also put it on our podcast page where we had some adult ticket holders that came to the event on one side of the room and the students on the other side of the room. We kind of had this divide of two of them, and I said, how many people on this side of the room own property, the adults every hand goes up? I said, how many people on the other side of the room own property? None of the kids hands go up. Obviously, if you would expect, and I said, because of our lockdown policies in the last two years, it is now significantly harder for this side of the room to be able to own property, but the other side of the room that already owns property, their debt is actually less because the currency is deteriorated deteriorating, therefore it ever debt burden you have is actually relatively less because there's more dollar bills out there and your property is actually worth more. The point I was making is that for the current students and recent graduates on the one side of the room, they have been largely disenfranchised from the same sort of economic promises. That previously

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Auburn Head Coach Bruce Pearl's Reaction to Ukraine Situation

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 9 months ago

Auburn Head Coach Bruce Pearl's Reaction to Ukraine Situation

"This week the Jewish people are celebrating the festival of porn And poor him is a celebration of what Queen Esther did Queen Esther was with the king of Persia and the palace and she was Jewish And Heyman was a very close adviser to that king And he was advising the king that maybe it was time to get rid of all the juice Queen Esther's uncle was more high My Hebrew name is Morgan And I think that my family gave me that name for this reason Once I talked to Esther the queen had said look Esther you might survive this for a little while But you won't survive this He's really going to kill all the Jewish people and your family And he gave us to the courage to try to see if she could turn the king's heart and she did And saved the nation So some of you may be uncomfortable You guys asked the question right You asked the question about Ukraine We say never again I was born in 1960 15 years after they opened up the Gates And they saw 6 million Jews were murdered And 3 million more people And so if Tara Vera and van der veer wants money for three pointers I'll up whatever they're offering I mean I'm all in healthier Ukrainian people survive that And I'm very concerned about what's going on in Iran with the king of Persia now And if we embody that government give them all that money sign a bad treaty It's going to put the world in jeopardy

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"auburn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"auburn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The coach of the auburn basketball team And the sports media likes to pretend that it has some role in national affairs And usually when it does it takes the wrong side of events Not always but mostly Because most of its left let's just be honest And if you're conservative there you either have to keep your mouth shut or you're going to be removed Suspended The Bruce pearl was asked about his view about what's going on with Ukraine and Russians so forth After their basketball game here's what he said cut ten go This week the Jewish people are celebrating the festival of porn And poor him is a celebration of what Queen Esther did Queen Esther was with the king of Persia and the palace and she was Jewish And Heyman was a very close adviser to that king And he was advising the king that maybe it was time to get rid of all the juice Queen Esther's uncle was more high My Hebrew name is Morgan And I think that my family gave me that name for this reason Once I talked to Esther the queen had said look Esther you might survive this for a little while But you won't survive this He's really going to kill all the Jewish people and your family And he gave us to the courage to try to see if she could turn the king's heart and she did And saved the nation So some of you may be uncomfortable You guys asked the question right You asked the question about Ukraine We say never again I was born in 1960 15 years after they opened up the Gates And they saw 6 million Jews were murdered And 3 million more people And so if Tara Vera and van der veer wants money for three pointers I'll up whatever they're offering I mean I'm all in healthier Ukrainian people survive that And I'm very concerned about what's going on in Iran with the king of Persia now And if we embody that government give them all that money sign a bad treaty It's going to put the world in jeopardy See ladies and gentlemen it's not just modern history It's ancient history Ancient history And that coach the auburn basketball team in my view my view was right on.

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"auburn" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

06:26 min | 11 months ago

"auburn" Discussed on The Lead

"Shooter really good three point shooter. So they know they can get a bucket from him at any point. The other way. Going to take it from there. He's got it from there. You got a hug him. I think he's got the ability in the leg. To stretch. He's just lit up the crowd again. You know, his father played at LSU who played in the NBA a little bit overseas. So I've always felt like kids who grow up with that as their model besides having excellent DNA, which of course my kids will never have. He also grew up understanding what it takes to be a professional player. You know, those two hours that you're playing a basketball game is a small fraction of the time and effort devoted to being great at this sport. And so a real strong presence in the home with his mom in terms of the values and just really came to auburn with a square head on his shoulders and with good intentions and his heart. And he's a really good teammate. You know, Bruce even told me that he just didn't quite appreciate the intangibles. Clearly, you could see the talent. But the intangible is not just to work hard, but to fit in, be a good teammate. Do all the things that you need to do to be part of a winning team and not just someone who gets a lot of statistics. So the physical gifts are not all that surprising, but everything else that goes with it. The fact that it could surprise Bruce pearl, who had obviously recruited him and spent a lot of time with him and seen him play a ton of games in high school, just tells you the kind of season this kid is having. I think on every single draft board that I've seen every person that I'm talking to there's a widespread assumption that you probably Smith will be the number one pick in the draft. So enjoy why you can't auburn fans. He ain't gonna be staying long. So that's the jabar factor. Component number two behind this auburn success has been in your words. The Kessler effect. So for anyone who hasn't watched the team, introduce us to walker Kessler. Well, the folks who are probably most chagrined to see walker doing what he's doing, are fans of the university of North Carolina, because they are having a horrible season and last year as a freshman at Carolina Kessler played under 9 minutes a game now. They had some other guys in the front court who were very good players, but he actually almost went to auburn coming out of high school. He grew up about an hour and a half away across the state line in Georgia. And at the last, he took this visit to North Carolina and like a lot of players do fell in love with the place decided to go there. So once he went into the portal, it was a pretty easy decision for him to come back. And again, as good as we all thought he would be in as good as Bruce pearl thought he would be. He realized early on that Kessler was even more dynamic as an athlete and as I wrote in that column, Bruce has walker Kessler doing what 7 foot sophomores in college usually do not do. And that is switching out on ball screens and what that means is when a guard comes around a ball screen, he'll do a complete switch. So now you have a 7 foot one center guarding a little guard, 1920 feet from the basket. Most coaches would have their center play what's called drop coverage where they're getting help so they're not left in that one on one matchup. And by pushing Kessler to do that, it has made him a much better defender and made auburn a really good defensive team because Kessler is also number one in the country in blocks percentage. So he's the best rim protector in the country. With the left hand to be such a force at that rim. And then when you throw in his ability to play off the pick and roll, finish at the rim. A floater. Underneath you can't let them get the lane. Walker Kessler with back to back slams has let the arena up and cut the lead to four. He's only averaging 11 points, but again, he has the ability to really blow open a game, even just having to worry about him on those hard rolls. So he had 19 points against Kentucky and Kentucky has a really good player in Oscar. She weighed 8 for ten shooting 7 rebounds to assist two blocks. That's a pretty good day's work for mister Kessler and a big reason why they won the game. So they've got these two dynamic stars, but foreshadowing to the second part of our story, you've also got to have people get along, which leads us to the third part of this auburn equation, the chemistry element. What's the story there, Seth? Well, in contrast to what's been happening at Memphis, which I know we're going to talk about, you know, a big part of managing your program these days with the transfer portal being what it is, is managing egos and setting expectations because there's a reason why guys transfer most of them aren't very good to be honest. You rarely see a team's leading score transfer, at least from a power conference school. Now, what happens is you can get some mid major transfers and auburn has a very good one and window green who came from eastern Kentucky. They're coming in looking to shoot. They're coming and looking to score. They want to make the NBA. They want to show that they belong. So to ask those guys to come in and fit in, can be difficult, but what's really difficult is to ask the guys who are already in the program to accept these guys and compete fairly. And everybody gets out on the court, but eventually only 5 guys could be on the court at a time. Now Bruce pearl makes things a little bit more palatable for everybody by playing a deep rotation, which because of the tempo and defensive pressure he applies he kind of needs to do. But they still have to be willing to take sometimes those supplemental roles, sometimes coming off the bench playing fewer minutes because somebody is better. And that is not easy to do. I can tell you most coaches struggle with that very thankful for whatever reason and a lot of it frankly is luck. It seems to be working in auburn. Everybody's on board on the same page. And they certainly seem to be enjoying themselves with all these wins. Well, Seth, taking all of this into account, the talent, the chemistry, the coach. Is there any doubt in your mind about how far this auburn team could go? Well, there's certainly capable of winning a championship. I would just caution everybody maybe to tap the brakes a little bit. It is hard to win a national championship. Ask Gonzaga, right? You know, they are certainly on track right now to be a number one seed. I'd be surprised, even if they lost a couple if they fell below the two line, and that makes it easier because your games early in the tournament aren't as difficult, but so much can go wrong between now and then injuries, especially can be a problem or just bad luck or somebody gets sick. Are you just running into a hot team? You know what happens. It happens. So they are absolutely capable of winning the national championship of Bruce probe the first to tell you there's no guarantees in this all we know is right now it's the end of January and auburn is.

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"auburn" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

06:52 min | 11 months ago

"auburn" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"They led by ten. Aubrey made a run, Kentucky countered with the run and as I think most people who watched the game know with about I guess it was about 12 minutes into the game, Titan Washington suffered a left ankle injury. And it was interesting watching him come to the bench because he was clearly hurt, but he was indicating to the training staff. Like I'm okay, I'm okay. He actually mouthed the words I'm okay. And so, you know, during the broadcast, I said, he's clearly got a limp. He is seemingly indicating to the training staff that he thinks he's okay, but they're still going to take him to the back and look at this a little more closely. Well, they took him to the back and then we were told at halftime, he's not playing the rest of this game. He's out for the remainder. And at this moment, we're still wait to find out how long he'll be out if indeed he will miss additional time. But the game undeniably flipped when he was removed from it. Kentucky was up 9 points when he went down. UK ended up losing the game by 9 points. So auburn out score Kentucky by 18 points in the final 28, 24, more specifically, overnight score Kentucky's 64 46 in the final 28, 24. I actually give Kentucky a lot of credit. Once tie tie went out, that should have been game set match. And yet it wasn't, you know, Kentucky competed in the second half and you know it got to that 9 point gap late, but it was, you know, it was a competitive game. It's still in the final minutes. But ultimately, Kentucky couldn't get enough stops to slow down auburn, walker Kessler was just one lob after another. Auburn ends up shooting 56.8% from the field, 37.5% from three 82.8% from the free throw line. So the game lacked, I think a real rhythm because Thai Thai went down, Sauvignon Wheeler went down. There's just a lot of stopped stoppages that sort of prevented, I think, from the game ever getting into a great rhythm. But you know, it's one of those days where you go, wow, it's wild that I get paid to be here and do this because I don't go to as many games as I used to go to. When I was just a writer, but I still like being in buildings when they're popping like that. And that was a really great experience. It was being called by the locals, the biggest game in auburn arena, history, and it was cool that I got to be there for that. And then, of course, Bruce's postgame interview with me, you know, he responded to it obvious question in a way that went viral. So I appreciate BP turning our postgame interview into something that got replayed over and over and over again. Man, that was a lot of talking. Just a lot of talk in there, buddy. You told me to talk. You told me to talk. Well, it's great to have you here. Awesome, awesome, really birthday present. Oh, a one more bit of advice if you're ever trying to go to auburn. If a game starts at noon central don't assume you can get back to the airport in Atlanta by 6 O 6 eastern 5 O 6 central because it's a chance you might miss your flight by ten minutes and then you're in the Delta sky club till 1115 p.m.. Miss my flight. All right, well, that's too bad. But I'm going to bring your mood up here. Harris birthday is tomorrow. That's true. You know, I just feel like this thing we got going on right here. It's not adequate. It's not enough. We just need to keep talking about auburn and Kentucky. But I need someone else. Let that man in. Nada. Goodness. Where am I? Look at that. It's Santa CD. Totally understand me locked in his garage for 5 years. What's going on? No wonder I started talking for a long time right at the anything to keep for seeing his voice off the podcast just like the good old days. The same way I'm locked in this man's garage for 5 years. I've been able to speak. We love it. We might need to do some on the fly AirPod, feels a little bit wonky. Might need to check that out. San pasini is on the podcast for the first time, I believe since 2017. This is my early birthday present to parish. We will have plenty with masini on this episode of comparison. I had no idea this is happening. What time is it? What time is it in Australia right now? It is ten 42. It is perfect time for me to hop on. I've got chiefs and bills coming on here in a minute. I'll be going with that. I just finished the game that you were at Kentucky auburn, just got a chance to watch that late, 'cause I was a little bit busy yesterday. So I'm here, I'm ready. Let's do this. It was wild what you guys did to that tennis player down there. Oh yeah, that's something we definitely want to talk about. Right. Yeah. That seems like, you know what? There's probably a lot of college basketball listeners that are very, very into their in the talking about the Novak Djokovic problem here. Seriously, since we have you here, let me ask you this, 'cause it's your whole show just so you realize. In your line of expertise, as tight tight Washington went down and then savior Wheeler, it looked like he is going to be gone for the game too, but he came back and competed, but boy I'm telling you, I was two feet from him when he came to the bench after running into another screen and he was he looked dazed. You know, I don't want to die on the bottom. Yeah, but like he looked dazed. And so there was some thought that Kentucky should bring shading sharp in then. And then there's some additional thought now that, okay, depending on how long tie tie is out, we need to get him up to a place where he's able to actually compete. First, insanity think they should have put him in that game yesterday. That would have been a suicide mission. Like you under no circumstances, are you taking a reclass just enrolled player and put him against the number one team in the country in that environment?.

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"auburn" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

06:54 min | 11 months ago

"auburn" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"But I'm gonna do it with some hesitancy because I'm a believer in UK, UK is actually fourth in Kampala as I talk right now. So there were some movement overnight with the results there. So only two spots separate these teams. I am weigh in on Kentucky and it's ceiling. It got to win on the road, by the way, since we last talked at Texas a and M kind of one ugly. First time the season, Kentucky didn't have a margin of at least ten points in a victory there. But offensively, high level teams, still very good on defense. This should be a very well played game. These are a minus or better offenses and defenses. The battle between Kessler and Oscar Shibuya I think is going to be tremendous. What Kentucky does to try and offset jabari Smith will be intriguing and I think there's a chance that if auburn does win this game, which is one of my pick, win and cover, that maybe you see either when del green have another really nice game. Maybe he's the star coming out of it. Katie Johnson has had no shortage of moments. Maybe it winds up being him. You know? Zep Jasper do we have a kind of situation where it's a truly unheralded player that comes up big in a big spot? I don't know. I just can't wait for this game. Give me the tigers to win and to cover and to get to 1801 and doing so. Yeah, I would respectfully disagree that this is as big as that Memphis versus Tennessee game. First off, it was February not January. It was one versus two. One of the teams was undefeated, and therefore trying to become the first undefeated national champion since 76, which seemed, you know, possible, given that if they get by Tennessee, they're not going to lose a common USA game. And then if they win the national championship, they would be undefeated national champions. They of course finished the two laws team because they lost a Tennessee and lost to Kansas. College game day was there that morning. It was for a while and still might be the highest rated college basketball game ever on ESPN. I think that's true. And as media availability, he said he thought it was the second highest since that or something. So it's really up there. Right, yeah. So this isn't that, but this is unbelievable. You know, because you've got an auburn team that really might be playing to move to number one in the AP poll money. Let me ask you this. If all been beats Kentucky, can you envision them jumping Gonzaga? I thought about this last night. I actually can. If I do too. Particularly if it wins with some authority, then you might have you might you might have some voters that might have had auburn two, three or four, go to one, and then there were only four total points. That's the thing. Sarah. So here's the thing. People think of it broadly speaking as will auburn jump Gonzaga. They don't have to. On any ballots. Right. Just the goofies who voted auburn 9th have to not do that again. And the goofies who voted auburn 6th have to not do that again. So really, it just takes a voter saying, oh, I still think Gonzaga is number one, but I'm gonna move auburn from four to two. And I'm gonna move auburn from 9 to three. That's all it takes and auburn jumps Gonzaga in the a peephole. And becomes number one for the first time in school history. I think with a victory over Kentucky, they'll do it. Not necessarily because people will flip the top of their ballots and take Gonzaga and move them from number one, but because auburn will move higher on some of these other ballots than they wore this past Monday, and that'll be enough to give them the points to pass Gonzaga. In other words, even if the first place votes look exactly the same as they did last week, I think auburn can jump Gonzaga just by moving up on other ballots. Standing room only tickets, by the way, priced above $200 each. Let's dump up. Like 9 and change, I think. I've never been there, but I believe it's like, not too big, not too small. It's perfect. That's what a great college basketball arena should be. 9000 seats. It's perfect. And I've never been there for a game. I have been there, right after Bruce got the job, family and I were on our way to the beach. And I talked my wife in the driving through auburn, Alabama, so I could spend the day with Bruce and his staff and get some work done. And so I've seen the arena and it's great. I've never been there for a game. So I'm looking forward to it. On the court, walker Kessler will be coming off a 15.6 rebound 6 block. Effort against Georgia? And that was his home state school. He's from noon in Georgia, which is like 40 miles southwest of Atlanta. So he's now averaging Kessler a 17 and a half .8 rebound 6 and a half blocks in his past two games. You know what they call that, don't you dead leg? Break through. There we go. He's breaking through just as predicted. I think Goldberg to win to cover and to move to number one in the AP poll on Monday. I think all of those things happen. Game two, Saturday, 3 p.m. eastern. Number 5 Baylor at Oklahoma inside Taylor Griffin center. Blake gets everything. We should I agree. Let's go. Taylor deserves something. Ken pump has that Baylor -5 you can watch it on ESPN+. I'll be quick on this. I'm gonna go Baylor and Baylor definitively, Oklahoma has been in some games as of late. We identified their plights and some struggles on most recent podcast. But I'm gonna trust now we still don't know Jeremy shohan and James and kinjo, their status don't know if they're playing in this game, but I'm gonna say I'm just gonna have this Intel. I haven't been in touch with price or hook or Scott or anyone in the drew family about this. I'm going to lean that kenjo plays in this game. And with that presumption, give me Bailey to win and cover. I meant the tech talk. All he's a dog. Yeah, but he can text. That's a good dog. Good dog. All right. That's a good dog. He context. I'm at the texting. I actually do as I'm looking at my notes here. I made most of these notes on my flight home yesterday. It says text got and find out about a Kim Jong-un. Just forgot. I got busy. I just forgot. Like you mentioned earlier, it's got 6 quad one wins, leads the nation. 8 and two in the first two quadrants. That's why I still got on top four in the top 25 and one. Oklahoma has lost four or 5. On a three game losing streak, pass two losses to TCU and Kansas by a combined four points. So like Khloe's losses, for their 6 losses, have either come in OT or by three or four points. So that's rough. I mean, these are one possession two possession situations. But I'm with you. I'll take you know what I'm not with you. I'll take Baylor to win. I'll take Baylor to win, but Oklahoma to cover. Baylor wins a tight game inside the Taylor Griffin center. It's game three. Saturday, 6 p.m..

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"auburn" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

05:47 min | 11 months ago

"auburn" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"On the road. I just think that tips the scales. It's among the things that tips the scales in auburn's favor. Yeah, and by the way, auburn, it's in the spot because it won at all miss on the road, pulled away late. It was close game until I feel like 5 minutes to go or so. And it got 20 points ten boards and 7 blocks at a walker Kessler Katie Johnson is yet another player on this team who is multifaceted. It probably doesn't get as much run as he should, but there's a lot of studs on this group. He had 14 points, he had three three pointers. He also had three steals there. So a Goodwin for Aubrey put him in this spot. We talked about this. If not on the previous podcast, two shows ago, Albert's highest ranking ever, I wanted to bring this up in real time here is number two. It's done at three times 99 2000 season 98 99 season got as high as second in both of those seasons and then way back in the 58 59 season auburn reached second in the poll. I think auburn is going to be two when the AP top 25 publishes on Monday. Again, awesome team, whatever. In the moment, it would be incredible and something significant for that program to say we have been the number one ranking, but it's also great that they can be number two. And I think we're going to look up in two weeks and some of the stuff just isn't going to matter as much because operating Gonzaga probably will be projected on the one line no matter what and the two line at worst. One real other quick thing on this though because again, I didn't look at your rankings. I'm just curious where you have them. If you look in terms of resume accomplishments, there's another team that's close in this conversation that I don't think anyone is really considering for this level because right now as we let me see if I can guess what it is. Watching is it. Wisconsin? Correct. Which I have third in the top 25 and one. Perfect. Okay, because Baylor Wisconsin and Iowa state are the only teams with 5 quad one wins. And if you combine quad one and quad two, Wisconsin has more than any other team in the country. Wisconsin is currently 9 and two against quad one and quad two. And for all intents and purposes, when we talk about how teams get into the tournament, be it with seating at large on the bubble, your quad one means a ton for sure, especially if you're trying to split hairs quad one quad two. Those are the winds that actually matter. Quadrant quad four, you don't want to play a ton and you certainly don't want to lose those games. So to simplify it, that's really what those things how they split up. And as we get closer to the tournament, we'll remind listeners about where these arbitrary brakes are, et cetera, et cetera. You don't need to worry too much about that right here now. But Wisconsin has a wonderful record against the high end of its schedule and its losses are both good. Providence at home Johnny Davis wasn't even in that game and then obviously a respectable loss on paper to Ohio State albeit the buckeyes ran Bucky off the floor in that. So Wisconsin doesn't deserve to be, I think, sitting at the table with auburn and Gonzaga, but it's right off to the side. It's ready to pull up a chair there and coming off a win against a Ohio State on the road Thursday. Wisconsin then play this weekend. I think that also factors in if Wisconsin had played a quad one opponent and was sitting here at 15 to two as we talked now. I actually think there might be a little bit of a conversation to be had as it stands, Wisconsin's next game will come Tuesday at northwestern. Notice some of the comments on the YouTube stream. Just a couple of things. I'm not going to make a habit of addressing every comment I see. It sort of gets the podcast off the revs a little bit. But one person said, you know, parish is just making the argument for auburn because he wants a new number one. I've been the biggest proponent of Gonzaga for years now. There was nothing that I would enjoy watching more than Gonzaga winning a national championship so that the people who act like stupidly Gonzaga can't win a national championship would have to at that point be quiet. So that's just silly. And the other comment I saw is that while auburn just has a bunch of quad two wins. And so why does that put auburn ahead of Gonzaga? Auburn's got a better record in quad one than Gonzaga. Auburn's four and one quadrant one. Gonzaga's four and two. Again, if you want to make the argument for Gonzaga, I already told you how to do it. But if we're talking about who deserves and I guess this is the best way to put it, who deserves to be ranked number one in the country based on what they've actually done since the beginning of this season. Since the season started, I do not think there's any actual intelligent debate for anybody other than Bruce pearls, auburn tigers, which is not to suggest Gonzaga isn't awesome. Let me walk you through this real quick. 1402 overall, three O and the WCC first three West Coast conference games. One 1783 over pepperdine. One ten 84 over BYU, one 15 83 over Santa Clara destroying people. It's a 26 point win over a BYU team that's beaten Oregon saint Mary San Francisco. I now have BYU by the way in the top 25 and one at number 23. It's a 32 point win over a Santa Clara routine that's beaten TCU in Stanford. And I saw this from ESPN stats and info. Gonzaga has the best three game points per game average in division one with 114 points per game. And his eggs also just shot 60% from the field over the past three games. That's the best field goal percentage in any three games span by any division one team this season. True Timmy, average in 31 points, 6 and a half rebounds in his past two outings. Gonzaga is walloping the competition right now. Again, if you want to make the case frig number one, use some of that stuff and mix it to them with their number one and most of the computers. It'll be fine. But if we're looking at what have you done, what have you not done in terms of racking up wins and avoiding losses? I still think the scales tip to auburn. Next up for Gonzaga, by the way, Thursday's rescheduled game. This was just announced this afternoon with San Francisco. You and I stayed up late last night, Saturday night watching San Francisco and BYU. Yeah, we did. It was nice after, you know, frankly, those patriots was just.

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"auburn" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"auburn" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Do you think Bruce you could have gotten Robbie Hamilton to become a good defender? I wasn't that bad. I was at least a good team defender. I would have been in the right spot. There's a lot to be said for that, right? Getting to the right spots, you'll make help a team head out. You and I were having a conversation preseason. I was on the road. I can't remember where I was exactly, but we talked. And I was asking you about your team, and the point in question at that point for me to you was how good is your point guard situation? I know you got jabari. I know you got watch like your front line, nobody's worried about that. But your point guard situation, I was concerned about because you had to do coming in from eastern Kentucky, you had to do coming in for college at Charleston that you probably had never seen in person when you got them there. And they were going to have to fight for the starting spot. Well, you told me, I don't want to, I'm going to let you tell me what you told me that. You could throw me under the bus. It's okay. You told me at that point that you would be surprised if you finished in the top, I think 5 in the SEC. Because you weren't sure at that point, how good your point guard situation was and you need to see him more, but you weren't overly optimistic at that point. Here's why I'm not going to I'm not going to correct you. But I'm going to say, look, you call me every year. And every year we talk about the league, why we've been friends for a long time. And I'll tell you, you know, I would say that if you want to pick auburn in the preseason, you got to pit us 5th. Maybe 6, something like that. And because you got to go, Alabama, you got to go Arkansas early. You know, you got to go, you got to go Kentucky..

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"auburn" Discussed on Bet The Board

Bet The Board

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"auburn" Discussed on Bet The Board

"You about the number, knowing that we've seen betting markets get significantly more sophisticated over the years, because when we started doing this, you know, ten or 15 years ago, there's no doubt that you would have had to pay a premium if you wanted to lay points in Michigan state on the heels of their big win against an in state rival, but here we are, no wiggle room whatsoever with Michigan state just a field goal favorite. It's very close to where I made the number. Now if I make a situational adjustment, I can make a case for perdue offering up some value, but you kind of talked about their game last weekend against Nebraska. It becomes a catch 22. Yes, you make the situational adjustment for Michigan state off of a massive win where they had to erase a 16 point deficit against an in state rival, but at the same time you also were a little bit concerned about perdue, who defied the mathematical probabilities and what the box score told you in their outright victory against Nebraska's more than a touchdown underdog. Yeah, and that's obviously the interesting juggling of this because when you go in and you're like, oh my God, perdue won outright on the road at Nebraska as a 7 and a half point underdog in that game took serious pro money on the favorite. Oh, I'm ready to upgrade those guys. And then all of a sudden you dig into the game. You're like, oh my God, that 7% win probability. It was Adrian Martinez turning the ball over. A bunch, you know, four interceptions. You could have just said it was Nebraska being Nebraska, and that would have made it a lot easier for our listeners to understand buddy. And one of those interceptions is pick 6. And you kind of look at the vibe of the game, right? Like, Purdue gets the momentum score out of the half, or before the break, and then you get Nebraska throwing the pick 6 kind of around midfield, which is a crucial drive at that point. So you had like all of the big plays also go against Nebraska combination with the interception. So I didn't upgrade Purdue off that win. Nebraska and then Michigan state I get it. You get down 30 to 14 at home and it's tough to upgrade team. But I liked the bounce back. We did upgrade Michigan state slightly. We made this game closer to four than three. So there you go. Tells you all you need to know when you're trying to identify situation spots, matchups and of course line value. The best bets oftentimes are where you can check the boxes for multiple categories, becomes a little bit more perilous when you try and read the market sometimes and you figure out a lot of the other extenuating circumstances. To the SEC, so you don't have to talk about more Big Ten football. Do you feel more comfortable going down south? Yes, that works. All right. Texas a and hem, the welcoming the auburn tigers and auburn tigers fresh off of back to back wins against SEC west opponents. A and M comes into this week's game off of buy in their own right four and a half point favorites at FanDuel sportsbook total on the game sits at 49 and a half. When you begin to look at what you're going to have here, auburn. Well, they haven't exactly played a and M you know, all that often in College Station when you look back over the short history of these two teams in the same league, but they've never lost in College Station this would be the third matchup as ranks teams, since the aggies joined the SEC. When we look at auburn, there were all sorts of questions before the season started. Were they making the right decision and bringing in a coach like Brian harsh scene who had never coached down south, we weren't quite sure how we was going to handle life outside the Pacific Northwest. I think through the first 8 games, auburn fans have to be extremely excited. He's gotten Bo next to play with himself. We're seeing a physically imposing ground game for stretches with tank bigsby and jackass hunter. But this pain seems to be a step up in class. When you're going up against arrested Aggie's defense that's been outstanding on all three levels, at least over the last couple of weeks, they've erase some of the concerns we had early on in the season with a loss against Arkansas, even a Los against Mississippi state. And here's a team trending in the right direction, mainly because they're getting a little bit more reliable quarterback play in the former Zach calzada. Yeah, looking at a and M's offense. Jimbo's a great coach. Let's just kind of start there. And obviously, you know, him and his agent Jimmy Sexton. Have the oil money by the balls and Jimbo is certainly needy and presses for more. Virtually every day. But he can recruit. He can coach. Sometimes he tries to be a little too sophisticated offensively and you hear him in his pressers kind of throw jabs at all the gimmick offenses going on in college football. But I think woody's done with Zack calzada has been really, really impressive. I mean, what I saw against Colorado regardless of the come from behind touchdown was a quarterback that wasn't very good. And the pocket really kind of looked like the moon to him. And he had And I think when you consider the opponent, anam is often really look good against Mexico. They struggled against Arkansas. Most of.

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"auburn" Discussed on Bet The Board

Bet The Board

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"auburn" Discussed on Bet The Board

"Harseno's knows he's gotta pay special attention to parker washington and jon dot. Yes and you know the thing that will really stood out to me. Last week was his almost like penn. State's offense went the opposite of what auburn's offense did. I thought sean clifford got some good work in last week. It was clear that there was this plan for him. Not to just like take off. When the i look wasn't there you're sich made him go through his progressions in reading some of the articles and watching the postgame pressures usage wanted to prepare clifford for the weeks ahead write. It wasn't necessarily about pummeling the hundred best defense in ball state into submission. He wanted clifford to kind of work through the progressions and just not tucked the ball at the first sign of trouble because he knew it could potentially help down the line for games like this against auburn and so just feels like those two are on the same page with your search and clifford there. They seem to be doing some things that both like when we broke down that wisconsin game in week one is it needs to increase his his normal rate of play action now that he has clifford and because the splits there were just dramatically better with play action than without now sudden through two weeks up to a thirty nine percent play action rate eleven percent more than yours such used at texas last season. Clifford's done a good job. Protecting the ball hasn't made a single turnover worthy. Throw despite blang jim. Leonard's defense and the kicker through two games twenty one percent of clifford's throws have been twenty plus yards. He's thrown deep now last year. That number was nine percent in saying all that. Here's where the matchup gets a little interesting. Because you have your sich against derek mason and the offense is that you're such run our rpo based they have some spread concepts as you alluded to. They have some tempo although not as much this year are they waiting to break it out against better. Competition has james franklin said. Hey like let's not put her defense in poor positions and go at a normal rate of tempo. We'll see again. The offense operates with some outside zone. Some wide zone run schemes. Okay the reason. Derek mason became a hot commodity in kind of catapulted into the vanderbilt job was because his final two years at stanford is defense did a number when they faced offenses with pace and spread. Rpo concept's that organ ran and at the time those two games came in two thousand twelve and two thousand thirteen and two thousand twelve chip. Kelly was still organ. Two thousand thirteen. He wasn't but oregon was still ranked second in the country. Both those times and stanford beat oregon twice dare basins defense which was built to stop tempo spread. Rpo and outside zone held marcus mariota and oregon to thirty four total points in two games. And so when you're such was hired at oklahoma state one of the headlines. I found and went back and was like searching for ten year old articles this week. The headline was osu. Football remains on the oregon trail and so the principles and concepts are very similar to what. You're sich and oregon ran. And what derek mason was able to kind of stifle so this is going to be a real cat and mouse game between your sich and mason. It actually may come down to a game. That's decided more by the coaches and the xs and os than the gyms joe's okay and so let's see if derek mason can do enough to stop another spread. Rpo wide zone run scheme and bone x can play to a normal floor and not have these really lows and i think ultimately that will decide this game. It's one of those interesting ups. i feel. We don't get enough of these in college football. The trend obviously when you get to prestigious programs like this they always do battle on a neutral field. And while it's great to see the georgia's against clemson's week one and the alabama miami's. I love the idea that auburn's got the guts to go on the road into unfamiliar territory and play true road game against penn state. Hopefully this is a sign of things to come especially with expanded college. Football playoff truly be an electric atmosphere. And i love the fact that everything coming out of auburn's campus that they're relishing this opportunity to do something that a lot of kids won't and while it's not going to be the iron bowl or anything close. It's still one of the more. I chronic venues in college football. It's a great place to play and we're gonna see what auburn is. Obviously you know. You're replacing every aspect of the coaching staff. And to this point hartson and the players have said the right things the players have bought in. But this is just a different animal. This is an acronym is an alabama state. It's on the road against penn state team that has some cohesion. It's going to be a ridiculous venue at night and so this is just a different task for auburn. And you know you always look at these games. And certainly penn state is former battle-tested. When you go on the road week one with a brand new o. C. and you pull out a win regardless of how it transpired you're going to be more battle-tested for game like this you can be on pain share with our listeners that you were hoping that they were going to be three feet of snow on the ground at beaver stadium to really make this game that much more aesthetically pleasing while you sat there and you're boxer shorts and south florida and watch it saturday night wouldn't have minded some nice little twenty two mile. An hour brisk crosswind. Ross one of mine. The little snow Yeah yeah the only reason. I can make that joke. I've been one. Sec football game in my entire life and it was an auburn georgia game. It is still the coldest recorded kickoff temperature for georgia. Home game in league play. I think it was twenty six degrees when they welcomed in auburn so it will not be forgotten on me anytime soon. Something i grew up with going to north western games. Not necessarily what i expected in the but all right too big game breakdowns. Four key factors in the other marquis games to appreciate all of you are loyal. Bet the board listeners. Who voted in our poll will try and incorporate you know some of those elements on weeks. Where the schedule looks a little bit. Dicey obviously we get into the nuts and bolts will pick the biggest games is. We've done over the years to try and include those but if there's a fringe candidate we want to know the games that you guys want to hear us breakdown so appreciate that as cincinnati. Indiana was the runaway winner. This week we were still able to sneak in michigan. State miami game which came up second in that whole want to encourage all.

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"auburn" Discussed on Aviation Careers Podcast

Aviation Careers Podcast

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"auburn" Discussed on Aviation Careers Podcast

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Auburn <Speech_Male> will do something <Speech_Male> so awesome <Speech_Male> awesome awesome. <Speech_Male> Well thanks again for <Speech_Male> being here <Speech_Male> and everything you do <Speech_Male> and in business aviation <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> good luck in your career <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> <hes> scotty <Speech_Male> Where <Speech_Male> we find more information <Speech_Male> say on the internet <Speech_Male> people are listening right <Speech_Male> now. Put it on the screen <Silence> and also doing <SpeakerChange> the show nuts <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and so <Speech_Telephony_Female> for more information <Speech_Female> on auburn <Speech_Telephony_Female> university <Speech_Telephony_Female> or the aviation <Speech_Telephony_Female> program itself you can <Speech_Telephony_Female> go to. Cla <Speech_Telephony_Female> dot auburn dot edu <Speech_Female> and there <Speech_Telephony_Female> should be information <Speech_Telephony_Female> about the business <Speech_Female> aviation <SpeakerChange> days on <Silence> there as well <Speech_Male> awesome. <Speech_Male> I will but that in the show <Speech_Male> notes. Cla dot <Speech_Male> auburn dot edu slash <Speech_Male> aviation. 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Both <Speech_Male> scotty <Speech_Male> and will and good luck <Speech_Male> in your careers. <Speech_Male> Can't wait to hear <Speech_Male> more and we're definitely going to <Speech_Male> have you back on again <Speech_Male> and for those. <Speech_Male> That are watching right <Speech_Male> now or so. You're <Speech_Male> listening on the podcast. <Speech_Male> I really <Speech_Male> encourage you <Speech_Male> not to stop. <Speech_Male> Here don't hit stop now. <Speech_Male> Make sure <Speech_Male> that when you're looking <Speech_Male> at a <Speech_Male> career in aviation <Speech_Male> when you're looking <Speech_Male> at what to do next <Speech_Male> in your life. The <Speech_Male> most important <Speech_Male> thing is to not <Speech_Music_Male> stop it continually <Speech_Male> take steps <Speech_Male> towards your <Speech_Male> career goal. They can be <Speech_Male> little ones. that can be big <Speech_Male> ones. Little <Speech_Male> ones like looking up <Speech_Male> a website <Speech_Music_Male> watching some of these videos <Speech_Male> or a big <Speech_Music_Male> step actually going <Speech_Male> to the auburn <Speech_Male> business <Speech_Male> aviation days <Speech_Male> and getting yourself <Speech_Male> out there. Learn <Speech_Male> more about business aviation <Speech_Male> but the <Speech_Male> most important thing that <Speech_Male> i want you to do. <Speech_Male> I want you to take <Speech_Male> one step today <Speech_Male> toward your career <Speech_Male> goal. <Speech_Male> All folks. i really appreciate <Speech_Male> your watching. <Speech_Male> And if you're listening on <Speech_Male> the hunter <Speech_Male> podcast <Speech_Male> make sure you go out there. <Speech_Male> Like on youtube <Speech_Male> and give us <Speech_Male> a review on the podcast. <Speech_Male>

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"auburn" Discussed on Aviation Careers Podcast

Aviation Careers Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"auburn" Discussed on Aviation Careers Podcast

"You are wearing your checklist your flow. Your call outs just like he wasn't any other professional organization So i think that's really beneficial on something that you wouldn't necessarily get from all fight training But i think the biggest thing that auburn offers the alumni network. You're not gonna get that any other school The auburn aviation alumni network is its extensive And offering. I don't know if you've heard about the auburn family. But it a true thing. Auburn av or auburn one night. Want to see their students and their grad succeed in excel so Actually just yesterday i was. I was going through facebook. And i'm part of the aviation alumni page pigeon it it has over nine hundred members In someone had posted a job listing in in the facebook page. So i think that that just goes to show how the auburn alumni really do want to help each other and support each other and you know about. It wouldn't be thing if it weren't pretty alumni. So i think that's something that you're not gonna get other places. I'd have to agree with that. I think auburn alumni. They're they're very loyal. They're also involved an outreach and it is like a big family. Believe me. I fly with a lot of people. Auburn grads and you can always tell their auburn grab. They're wearing something somewhere. It's on their baggers. Something that says auburn on it and It was at the mascot hobby. I get that help. i did But it's interesting. I actually you know and they're very welcoming. I mean the last time. I went there at all. Be next me. I got a picture with him. And i was so happy But it goes beyond that it goes beyond the this. Just the the aviation department everybody. It's like a big family and that's what's cool about going to school. Like auburn is the fact that you have that huge alumni organization. You know people always ask me. Should i go to a college..

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"auburn" Discussed on Aviation Careers Podcast

Aviation Careers Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"auburn" Discussed on Aviation Careers Podcast

"Yeah this is going to be really really a lot of fun. it's One of those things that i love talking about. And that's aviation we all like to talk about and that's business aviation to But we're going to talk about the business aviation days at auburn But let's talk a you know. This is a really cool event. But i wanna talk a little bit about the history of this and And will you've been on talking about business. We're going to talk a little bit about that And we're definitely gonna get to that so people hang on if you wanna know more about business aviation so will This whole business aviation day. What is its actual purpose and a little history behind it. So the main goal of business aviation days is to promote careers in corporate and business. Va shen to our students here at auburn university. And we kind of do it in a unique way in that basically we do it through professionals that are working or have been working in the industry Most of them tend to be auburn alumni. But we have Many that are not. It's really all based on their passion and their desire to give back to the next generation of of aviation professionals and they want to share their story of how they got into business aviation and what they like what they don't like about it but as far as the history goes. I think scotty can talk a little bit about it as well but you know when i was going through auburn an auburn has an incredible program. A just the history behind just the auburn program is incredible. It's one of the oldest continually run flight schools in the nation. They've been doing this for a long time and But one thing. I noticed when i was in school is not as much discussion about business. Aviation has there was Things the airlines on. And i think the airlines are definitely drawing a lot of attention right now their growth and need for pilots and mechanics and whatnot by..

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"auburn" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"auburn" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Saw an opening. Auburn closed it quickly feet Johnson baseline across the lane to McMillan. His dunk attempt is blocked ball picked up by Johnson level misses the lay in Always loose. Johnson had it knocked away by the Tigers. Auburn often running right to left, No look pass to the left of Cooper and lay in his good Jamal Johnson with the No look dish on the floor to Sharif Cooper, and he got the lay in Auburn ran the break Well, Four points for the freshman Cooper now spin move Wheeler beautiful in the lane right around the foul line straight away to for severe Wheeler's 33 27. Here's a three by Auburn. They answered quickly with Flanagan. Reporter from the left wing. That's only their third of the game, and they are in love with the three they shoot more than anybody in the league except for Alabama. In Alabama's played one more game. Here's Wheeler. He hesitates a little bit. Now he pulls it down and shoots and he misses it off. The iron right of the lane on the rebound goes out of bounds into the Auburn bench area across the floor. 36 27. Now the lead is back up to nine for the Tigers. We got it to tune and over and pushed back up. Georgia has not led here in the first half is trailed by as much as 11 tigers basketball to 38 to go clock ticks. Now Cooper scattered in his hands on a slow left hand trouble into the front court. Wheeler guarding Goes by severe kicks it off down low. Oh, my goodness. They penetrate kick. Aiken, Bullet got the laying on the days every test. Wrong uncontested. Everybody's drawn into Cooper. L soon is that defense collapses. He passes it out and Auburn having great success with that in Georgia calls another time out, Made it look really easy now. And the lead back to 11 now for the second time in the ballgame after Georgia worked Furiously to get it down to one possession. The Tigers have just pushed it right back up. Where it Woz. Well, say to Monica Morrow coming back in the game. We have got to get something out of Toumani here. S so far. He has not had a good first half by any stretch of the imagination and we've just got to get more out of him. He is the guy that kind of Makes everything go for Georgia on and tonight. He's just been really absent, you know? Fortunately, Katie Johnson is kind of picked up the slack. And that's been great to see. Now we get him both going. You know, there were. Then we've got something. Where is something that's been problematic to money had no rebounds against Arkansas on Saturday. You got one tonight. So in his last three halves of basketball, he's got one rebound, and he is fourth in the league in rebounding. He feeds PJ Horn down low. PJ has to step out beyond the block and sweep it in. High off the glass. Is it rattles home? Good auburn. It really packed it in with three defenders down there, and it takes a lot to get it over. Those guys have already blocked five or six shots here in the half 38 29 hour we're gonna get It's severe for a little stiff arm. There is Cooper tried to drive that's gonna be his second. The Wheeler has two for Georgia Garcia, Chire Kamara and Stark's all with two fouls here in the half, two minutes remaining, and it'll be sure if Cooper the freshman at the line for two shots. His Auburn has been in the double bonus for let the last four minutes or so, and a half free.

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