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No. 5 Alabama rebounds from loss to rout Mississippi St 49-9
"Alabama bounced back from its loss to Texas a and M. last week I routing Mississippi state forty nine to nine the fifth ranked from Sentai jumped out to a fourteen three lead in the first quarter and were never seriously threatened by the Bulldogs who beat a and M. in their last game two weeks ago Heisman Trophy candidate Bryce young led the way for Bama by passing for three hundred forty eight yards and four touchdowns young's most significant TD pass with the Jamison Williams for seventy five yards on the first play of the second half to seal it with a twenty eight six lead I'm John Merriam
Robinson, defense push No. 1 Bama past No. 12 Ole Miss 42-21
"Brian Robinson rushed for career highs of one hundred seventy one yards and four touchdowns as top ranked Alabama closer to a forty two twenty one victory over number twelve Mississippi the fifth year senior carried thirty six times and picked up the first one hundred yard game of his career Bryce young pass for a couple of touchdowns for the five in Crimson Tide young completed twenty one of twenty seven passes for two hundred forty one yards and was intercepted once for Alabama which led twenty eight nothing at halftime Matt corral ran for a touchdown and threw for one but was mostly held in check by a team he torched last season I'm Dave very
"bama" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Listening to this podcast. I support you especially. The friendly ones. Casper if you're out there. I did not mean to install you. I just don't think specifically bobby bowden's ghost had any factor. In the way florida state played are any plays that went in their favor. It's week one. I'm not going to overreact to anything over then other than alabama's overwhelmingly good right and georgia's defensive line is either one of the best units we've ever seen in the history of college football or clemson have lost a lot of talent on offense line because that would two rushing yards. They held clemson. I know two rushing yards. The it was like a bomb went off as soon as the ball got snapped the push. That georgia tech's that georgia's line got. It was a rough weekend for clemson in the acc because clemson lost and the acc teams. They need to be good the canes university of north carolina. They don't have another ranked opponent on their schedule. Like it's going to be tough for them to climb back game clemson. I feel like So that was a tough weekend. I don't know of georgia's good. I have no idea based on that game well. We know that they're good defense. I mean i guess for a god. Oh you just wanted to know a good job job. The the quarterback so for georgia's a question. Just but i watched that game from georgia knowing georgia's very good clemson's never been known for having elite elite aligns. I kelly grandma tweeted this. And she's right like the. They haven't won any national championships. The way alabama has with the best offensive line players in college football. They won because they have elite skill players. And they've had elite quarterback play to shawn watson and then trevor lawrence o. Dj young delay. I think his lack of pocket awareness was more of a problem than the way that they're aligned played and they also lost travis which is a huge loss. He was on team for three years. He led the ac in rushing Or at least was like top to rusher in the last couple of years so they have a lot to make up for and i also think their defense looked incredible. They held georgia to was at ten point. So they're still going to be a title contender to bring it back to miami because it is the local hour. I'm not going to overreact to two week. One and and playing alabama. I just don't think that that's indicative of what this season is. So you look at the lane the measuring snow coming into the mean right. It is a degree in that. I know but you're not there. Yeah i know how far right it's annoying. How far we are from alabama and the fact that we used to have that right and or at least we could compete with that even when coker we ranco town for like peachable. In retrospect now mike. Let's be clear. The university of miami had that they had twice. They had you know. I know that eight new starters on offense and boom forty four points. They had that. Yeah but if i look at what happened with the acc. I'm actually. I'm actually more bullish on miami's chances in the acc now after that weekend even though we got absolutely slaughtered by alabama. I think there are certain things with playcalling. That really disappointed me with miami like okay so we don't have any interest in trying to win this game. We just don't want to get to the point. That that dr king you saw the king limped to the tent and everybody has to hold their breath. That was miami hurricanes fan. I think that the acc is absolutely in play probably more so now well certainly more so now. That north carolina got a conference laws. You have virginia tech down here. Virginia tech if they're the type of team that can beat north carolina. You're hoping that that will be a nice little resume builder by the end of the year. I think this team is still likely to go to charlotte now more likely to go to charlotte after that Carolina loss as a golden kane. Are you a little bit. Skeptical of why. Miami chose to play in this kickoff game against alabama like you said dear. King limped off the field at one point. You're good at it serious injury playing against a much better team in week one and then your entire season's over i will put you in my shoes and we scheduled that game like five years ago by then we'll be challenging alabama so bring it on and not at all. That's a that's a great a great trick to all these games at get scheduled ten years down the line just the five year forecast for miami is always rosy yeah. We'll be just fine by year. I was like okay. If it's twenty twenty one by then we'll have. At least seven nazis the team of the past versus the team of alabama. Being the team of the past miami being the team of the pressure. I liked that miami takes these games. It's a it's a. it's something that really hang your hat on now since we have nothing else in terms of success on the field is at miami. We'll play anyone anywhere. Want to play the best competition. Want these big games. Want these national spotlights though. It's starting to get a little counter productive having these national spotlight. If you're always just gonna get shellacked in them. Yeah the the reaction has mostly been well. Miami kind of embarrassed themselves on a national stage but to your point stugatz like i think alabama's gonna do this to everyone like just on the basis of clemson georgia having bad opening weekends. Alabama is the only program like clemson has come close but alabama is the only program that regenerates every single year..
Young Throws 4 TDs, No. 1 Alabama Routs No. 14 Miami 44-13
"Don't break down the Bama beat number fourteen Miami forty four thirteen in Atlanta Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce young found receivers Jamison Williams and John met she wants each and Cameron Latu twice for touchdowns Trey Sanders rushed for a fifth score young completed twenty seven of thirty eight passes for three hundred forty four yards for me it was just trying to try to do my best help the team and that's was always mean that's was going to be for as long as I'm you know for for all season hurricanes had a better second half quarterback Derek king connected on twenty three of thirty one total but only racked up a hundred seventy eight yards he did find exit your restaurant in the end zone but by then my me was too far behind to mount a comeback I'm more in Ruston
Bryce Young Understands High Expectations in Alabama
"Young he does. He knows what the expectations are. I mean making a million bucks a year. You you better know what to expectations are what about a bryce. Yeah there. there's there's obviously expectations But for me regardless of what happened in high school or any past experience. I've had Come into bama is where you come for. Pressure expectations Everyone here part of the team when they when they signed. The sign on the dotted line. Decided come here. We knew that it was going to come with expectations. Sabin says standard. I immediately during recruiting and we step into the building.
2021 College Football Betting Preview
"Gentleman. I have picked the brain of many times. Jay romano pro. Better here in las vegas good to be with you. Thanks for having me all right well. We finally broke the seal. Got you on the pod. And i think it's a perfect situation. Do college win. Totals because the board has been hit pretty hard. But there's still a lot of opportunities out there and we're we're obviously. The calendars turned to mid august. We are ready to go Football season's right around the corner. So i know there's a lot of plays you like a little bit off the grid but i want to start the marquee ones and it's the one that's my favorite of a mall and i've talked about it a few times on daily wager. I believe i've even mentioned it here on the podcast but i am very very big on auburn under seven now the juices move some shops or six and a half. If you want to go six plus money that's fine. It's just so tough when you get the push at seven so i prefer the seven with the juice and it all comes down to the schedule. Not the only reason but the schedules really really difficult. And you've got bama. You got an got georgia. I don't think there's any chance auburn win those games. I know rivalry game and war eagle and all that stuff with the with the iron bowl but it's just auburn is rebuilding. And they have a new coach bryan. Hartson coming in from boise. State and bonex is just not materialize into the quarterback that everyone thought he would be. Maybe a new oc. Mike bobo will unlock. I'll just kind of have to see it to believe it. So in addition to obama. Georgia am there at lsu. They have all miss at home. You know at arkansas. And then there's there's this tough spots here and it's a team that's going to be lacking on offense defense. They're calling card. So i think i don't see how they go eight and four to lose this play. Well i i would definitely recommend Playing the seven laying the juice in this situation. I almost always gonna lay the juice versus taking maybe plus one ten plus one twenty on the under. It's definitely worth the extra half a game. I'm actually high on auburn this year. However i completely agree with you. The schedule is brutal. There's just no breeders for them. I think bonex. Could you know have an improvement. This year they can play well. It's just there's just not enough wings on the schedule. It really looks like they're ceiling is seven. It's just you know when you like. You said when you go to texas. Am have to play alabama lsu home against georgia. And then at penn state week three. It's just you forgot about the penn state game. I'm glad you mentioned that. Cause at the white out game in happy valley. yeah. And i'm looking headlines there between four and a half and seven and a half point underdogs So they can exceed expectations and still not go over this win total. Yeah no. it's a lot to ask. It's certainly a lot to ask but you're so you're high on wsb. Maybe as a dog and a lot of spots throughout the season. So i know you have some places. Well but notre dame under nine talk about not soft spots on the schedule that that's certainly stands out where you'll get the irish yet. The with them again is scheduled schedule. Schedule you know. I know there are top ten ranked team coming into the season but it is just absolutely unforgiving. Weakened weak outs starting at florida state where they opened about ten and a half eleven point favorites. It's down to seven and a half eight. That's not gonna be an easy task. Going into dough campbell on a standalone game in a national televised audience. Week one with a new quarterback Jet cohn was name started earlier this week. With up and down. Wisconsin played well and times. But we'll we'll have to see how he jumped there Notre dame is starting four new offensive lineman. They returned to starters on offense. It's it's a little early in the season For that type of test. So not only would. I looked afford a states Plus the points week one just a little bonus pick right there but the under nine for the season feels like a pretty safe option
Kamala Harris Is in Way Over Her Head
"I don't know any time in history. Certainly recent history where we've had true lightweights at the same time one is president. One is vice president. We've had a lightweight. President a lightweight vice president but typically not both at the same time and actually i correct myself so we had a bama biden to light weights and now we have biden harris to lightweights and i have to tell you harris's way over her head way over her head. She really has no credentials to be vice president of the united states. Not because i say so because she demonstrates this day in and day out day in and day out she demonstrates this and the democrat new this the voters in the democrat primaries rejected her she had to drop out early on but then biden resuscitates her career and makes her vice president of the united states his running mate but even the democrats could tell that she was way over her head and she is. She doesn't make sense when she speaks. He's not even prepared. We've made great progress. Well what did you learn. We made great progress really. Oh yes it's a great future. We made great progress. Which i mean. It's just insane
Bama Extends Saban's Deal Through '28 Season
"Not going anywhere from Alabama for quite some time, probably finished his career. He has been rewarded with a contract extension through the 2028 season in Alabama. He's only won six national championships. Yeah, no, reasonably. Yeah. I'm $8 million this year in the ending annual increase in the salary. In addition to the bonuses, he'll average about 10 million over the life of the contract. Yeah. There you go. Nick Saban
The Most Dangerous, Narcissistic, Anti-Semitic Occupant of the Oval Office
"You realize all the talk about donald trump and his mindset and so forth all the talk about joe biden and his lack of a mindset. I think one of the craziest most dangerous narcissistic minds and individuals to ever serve in the oval office. Is barack mill house. Benito obama i also think his invisible hand is working through his staffers and the biden administration. You can see the outright hate an anti semitism of so much of the obama administration. You can see the open border with the desire. To change the demographics in this country you can see the trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars being spent on hard core left wing programs obama was a trained indoctrinated marxist who hung out with domestic terrorists whereas joe biden hung out with white separatist and segregationists of which apparently knows a lot obama hung out with pro hamas palestinians marxists domestic terrorists. And the like. What a combo. Those two and tell me the eight years of the obama biden regime. How much was accomplished. Almost nothing was accomplished. How many lives are improved. Other than there's really. None so bama only do interviews with friendly media if you wanna call them media slobbering mouthpieces of the left propagandists
No. 11 UCLA beats 'Bama 88-78 in OT to reach Elite Eight
"Hi I'm a hockey has hit two big jumpers early in overtime and finished with seventeen points as the eleventh seeded Bruins down number two Alabama eighty eight seventy eight hi Kevin David singleton took control in overtime after star guard Johnny choosing felled out singleton's two free throws made it seventy nine seventy with under a minute to go the Bruins led by three until Alex restrained a buzzer beating three pointer at the end of regulation giving the Crimson Tide new life Jules Bernard also scored seventeen for the Bruins who were in the elite eight for the first time since two thousand and eight and will take on Michigan I'm Dave Ferrie
Supercomputing: An exascale-sized challenge?
"Terms of supercomputing and high performance computing or. Hp see are one and the same but you hear hp being used more moldy days. There's a growing cool for the democratisation of supercomputers which historically has been tricky because supercomputers weren't really created just to do any old bit of computing. His jacob bama hp and engineering research scientists from hewlett packard enterprise the for supercomputers were invented to solve a very specific problem a hydrodynamics problem for simulating nuclear weapons. So during world war two there were there. Were trying to develop these nuclear weapons they had to do. What's called a numerical simulation. It's essentially a fluid dynamic simulation and so they needed to run that problem numerically through a computer and that's kind of alan turing and john. Von layman come came up with the architecture in sort of the algorithm for running numerical methods on these systems supercomputers have come a long way in a relatively short amount of time thanks to innovation in materials experimental architectures industry pioneers like seymour cray and ever increasing processing speeds but for the most part until very recently these machines have been the domain of scientists the prospects of solving some of the really hard problems that have plagued humanity forever. That's like in our sights now like we could like feasibly solve problems like cancer and all these crazy permutations on corona virus. And and any of these like really scary viruses. That are gonna come out okay listeners. So this is one of those that starts normal and gets a little complicated. I'm going to get a little bit. But i i really wants to get to the bottom of these powerful machines and i wanted to understand what makes a sweeping meters so well super so i could up bill. Manel vice president and general manager of high performance computing hewlett packard and surprise. A super computer is a lot of processors memory and a high speed interconnect time together. Supercomputing provides the the hardware infrastructure if you will to do parallel computing. Parallel computing is important. Because typically in a problem you'd wanna break up the problem across multiple processors or or multiple servers or nodes typically. What you do is break up. The data that's called data partitioning where little chunks are putting in each server on each processor and then worked on independently and then at the end. You bring it all together. This parallel computing is kind of a big deal. It's what makes sense a numeric. Who problems i deal for. Cb computers on what makes them special or different to the the santa my desk. It's mostly because they're optimized around solving scientific and engineering problems in terms of how they can partition data. How they can manipulate the data. How they can keep a certain amount of data in memory at one time. So you're not always moving data back and forth to drive or to network for example. Okay key point. Here is all about data. Starting from those initial fluid dynamics simulation these big machines have been used for all kinds of modeling from whether to weapons alongside their partners. Intel bill and his team are in the process of deploying a supercomputer could aurora one of the world's first x. scale computers at the us department of energy. What's exco well to answer that. I need to know that supercomputer speed is measured in floating point operations per second aka flops which are basically just the number of calculations it can do a second exit scale computers computer. That's able to do at least a billion billion floating point calculations per second so there's no single chip in the world. That can do that. So you've gotta bring together a lot of chips into one system that allow you to accomplish that. It's basically tend to the eighteenth. In terms of number of floating point operations.
The definition of your health
"So what is what does success when it comes to health and wellness is it example. I like everybody. Losing fifty kilos is it. Example bay having bama of twenty five is it example say having fifty kilos of lean muscle mass. Is it being able to around five kilometers. What is true health wellness and that is really what i want to dive deep into today because let's be honest. Health and wellness is different. Every person on this earth short we may have aspirations that align with one another such as a two hundred k j deadliest personal best all losing fifteen kilos to fit into your wedding dress or even be able to do the splits. I can't do that. You'll goals may often along with other people's goals but they differ. Because you have your own personal meaning behind them which drives you to achieve them now. One thing health is not is when you take someone else's go health goals all idea of health as you are because you want to a fit in bay impressed them will save. Feel that you have to have those as your goals. Otherwise you around on the not to want to be around you not on. So let's take a quick stab at what i think is true health and wellbeing. So if you want to improve your health by taken on goals at someone else's impressed upon you eva because they want your support all let's be honest one you'd have this anglos zen and it's up to you to know how to handle the situation but i do not believe that personal true personal well-being comes from having goals made for you about your own. Mind your embody yarn health. They need to be yours. So let's talk about body transformations live. Trent lott changing transformations do not just because someone eats bedford turns up to the gm consistently short that may play a role. The let us be honest. There are plenty. Plenty of. Fact is the play a role in success when it comes to a healthy transformation which i will listen now and i wanted to reiterate that success is you make it. It is not what i'm going to tell. You is my definition of success. It is up to you. Determine what is the best version of your health would success for you with your health and wellbeing goals with light loss. I'm having a mental health getting stronger paying for a better sleep. Whatever it is success is what you make it. So the plenty of factors in in the role of success when it comes to a healthy transmission going to the list. you've got reduced. Inflammation never inflammation could occur through better nutrition and less sleep deprivation. You've got improve sleep quality through nutrition through rigorous blue light exposure. Which improves the melatonin. Palau's melatonin to actually forming a slate and exercise. You've then got increased muscle through resistance training if got increased muscle occurring receive quality using the growth home arm and number talking about homes. He actually inject the growth. Moment is something that naturally occurs when you go to sleep in recovery muscle-building phase and then you've got nutrition intake to see how these things will connect improved got health which can help be role of success in la transformation because improved got health can come from better nutrition making better choices having a better relationship with food understanding. What types of foods actually make a difference to one's health mo- being done you know you've got food. Roddy you can improve your sleep quality again. Which will improve your health and your regular exercise. Woman's who will. This is a really big one. And i deep dive into this one because i modestly non-expert but i do the best with what i know and how it can help you the lisa here. In the rate community the hormones will begin to balance out as a result of frequent exercise.
Alabama football opens crucial spring practices
"Let's talk about your favorite subject. Bama returns to the practice field dispute seemed like forever. It's only been since the early part of january. So give us the lowdown. What does it look like in town right now. Paul there's a buzz of excitement of alabama. Get back into the swing. Plaque is finishing off the off season. Fourth quarter program a position battles at that. We're looking forward to the main. One is definitely a quarterback. You got three is to help a lot of panic. Rice song the fan favorites. Who could possibly get this job at quarterback with impulsive is right there. A young man go has a lot to prove. Not show coming into this The spring practice practice schedule. No he's got the five six five two hundred thirty pounds. Plus a big arm is historically of experience on the roster the behind those got shaving meal a four star coming in from texas has got some ability. Who had a good off season program self so three quarterback fighting four for number one job. Nick sabin always likes to say which one to win the team which one could take the bull by the horns and have that consistency in terms of production so the quarterback balance. We'll be fine on the offensive line. Three down the nfl draft and out of the woods lead dickerson and beyond as wound. But you return. Three guys. And chris always a meal. Et your kneel for who plays and the offer to spot. It'd be a battle next doll and right tackle. Tommy brown and kindle randolph will. Start off in those spot. Tommy brown guard kindle randolph. Right tackle ten whole those two spot especially with the talents of freshman coming in of the broccoli. Lamar boys tommy. James block them out a jc. Later florida larkana their offense of lying and then of course start to defensive tackle. Dj that's really cool. But you gotta tm smith coming up as a softball florida. He played some big production a series to go on the field. He had a twenty dollars season programs. In tm smith you know offset no dj on the starting spot there at the nose dr but of course middle linebacker defensive secondary as well. I'm gonna position battles paul to sort through here but what better time to sort. The hoover dam been splitting
No. 6 Alabama adds another SEC title, edges LSU at tourney
"The university of Alabama Crimson Tide were the top ranked team coming into the SEC tournament and they finish it the same way meeting the LSU Tigers in a thriller eighty to seventy nine sophomore forward trend in what for Kerry Ellis you on his back putting up a career high thirty points but it wasn't enough as the Crimson Tide won their first SEC tournament championship since nineteen ninety one Herbert Jones SEC defensive player of the year scored thirteen points for Bama pulled down eleven boards and blocked it was she's potential game winning shot at the buzzer with the win Alabama officially punched their ticket to the NC double a tournament I'm German takeover
Man Utd, Arsenal play out stalemate
"The big game suddenly on paper. It was supposed to be also a manchester united in the end. If finishes goalless draw Frank murphy craig shirley with us to reflect on what happened in north london and craig fan. Yeah i mean. I suppose you might says the second half wore on united. Had the better chances in the game certainly anderson cavani with a couple of very good chances but it was sporadic. Attacks wasn't enough thought. United actually at a control of the first half but it was the quality was was prepared. I mean i. I honestly thought the highlight the first half was a brilliant piece of defendant from martinelli when pogba clipped up bowl to rush put a new way back and there was was fantastic. But you know it was a competition done teams in this game. And i don't know what frank but it was a copetition to see who could give the ball away the most. Luke shaw was the best outlet for united in the second half but you know optional come out and pin them after halftime and just never really looked like scoring off the bar with a free kick but when you think about what happened at the in the day with the narrow went from mindset the united new this situation they also nude arsenal without tearing the soccer and the bama on no turnovers in the best deals that season and so there was an opportunity here for united to go and really stranglehold on arsenal and the alo- alo- themselves pinned back again and i just. I know united up a big topic of this week on the show. I'm just once again flabbergasted. By this tactic no it's brought them a record amount of results on the road for the mindset. Talk knowing you've really gaudy stopped uniformity. On a site that were missing some key players and once again i think the united failed to
Calculating the social cost of carbon
"The new biden administration announced on day. One has plans to recalculate the social cost of carbon. It's basically a way of estimating the economic toll of greenhouse gases produced today on future generations staff writer. Paul discusses why this value is so important and how it will be determined next up researcher in barker talks about the sounds of naked mole. Rats you may already know that these amazing mammals are pain and cancer resistant. But did you know that they make these little chirps to identify themselves. As members of their colony as a new administration comes into power in the united states. We're seeing some swift changes in certain scientific areas rejoining the who the paris climate agreement. A new director of the office of science technology and among these early moves the biden administration has also asked for a recalibration of the social cost of carbon staff writer. Paul loosen is here to talk about this change. Hypo hello high. So this was announced on the first day biden was in office that the cost of carbon to future generations needs to be looked at. What exactly are they counting here. This gets pretty pretty quickly. But the social cost of carbon essentially is used in all the big regulatory decisions that the government makes it essentially takes the economic damage which really reflects the damage to our everyday. Lives will come with a policy that allows more greenhouse gas emissions or less greenhouse gas emissions. Now runs it out through the future then comes back to put a number on what those emissions are going to cost us so it's like a price on carbon except it's not it's not a carbon tax or anything what was happening under trump. So obama had put this all together under his administration when trump came in they may to small changes that drastically decrease the number so i instead reflecting the damage done to the entire world. It looked only at the damage. Done the united states in the future and it increase some as called the discount rate which is essentially how we value future generations. And what we can do with when we get wealthier to kind of a combination of those two you increase that enough. You essentially go far enough in a future. You don't care what happens. There was basically a devaluing down to a dollar per tonne of carbon. Co two in some circumstances before. Gets you what it's going to be potentially in the next Four years how will this carbon cost be calculated. Now what are they gonna take an how. What are these numbers that we just mentioned about discount and how far into the future. We look how those going to be calculated before said they'll go back to the global damage feel bama administration news and they have to timespans here. I a rapid thirty day revision and then a year long final update that rapid thirty day revision. They could either go back to the obama era policies or they could even set the discount rate lower. Which many economists think is appropriate and new york state actually in their own calculation late last year. What might devalue be then for this short palpitation. The thirty day one or the yearlong. How would it compare to that one dollar amount that you talked about. Possibly within thirty days it could go up to one hundred. Twenty five dollars per tonne. That discount rate is a powerful thing on its own so that's moving from three percent to a two percent rate everything staying the same including global damages. There are a lot more changes that could happen for that year. Long update that could reflect a lot of new signs and new methods are now going into the bottles that form this number. What are people looking at with respect to climate. Let's take that first. How might that be different than what was considered under the obama administration so these economic models scott integrated assessment models that you're used to produce all this you know they have lots of knobs the climate models like this very simple climate models are built into them didn't really reflect the best science particularly. They warmed to slow compared to more complex models. Now there have been a few new simple models felt by climate scientists that more accurately reflect that consensus so those can probably be used and one big change is. There's been a group of economists and climate scientists who've been putting together these econometric estimates of the future damage of climate change damage from climate pile uncertainty onto uncertainty. They take these massive data sets from as many countries as they could find globally and look at short term variations over a couple of decades or shifting weather use that to try and extrapolate out into the future to some extent so there's more data informing is policies even if they are ultimately uncertain
Taking Children: A History of American Terror with Dr. Laura Briggs
"So let's jump into this Laura briggs welcome. I'm glad to be here. Thanks for having me on. I'm so excited about your new book by the way You know because the media has all but forgotten about the children who've been separated from their families know the detention camps and the cages. You know we were all outraged when it first started to happen but you know really. No one talks about this. And what's happened is that things have just worsened for everyone else right and so we just took our focus off of it but i mean i think that's the problem which i think is kind of underlying message of your book that history keeps repeating itself. I think that's right. That's right and like one of the things you notice. Was that a lot of leftists. And a lot of people on the left in progressives and democrats kept saying you know all this is unamerican. Americans don't do this but you know that's pretty much. All we've done is separated children from their families. Well that's really why i wrote. The book is because i want people to see that. This is a form of violence like policing imprisonment. That taking children disrupting the inside. So people's families particularly people have colored families is a form of sadism and cruelty that has been part of the american political system since before there was a country here. Yeah and i think one of the things that i learned in the opening of your book is that by not calling out this fallacy of american exceptionalism that we can keep the harm going right. You know this. We support the harm by not saying you know what we're not exceptional especially in this way. That's right and i think that the problem the we also face especially as we're coming up on an election is if we think that donald trump has so i president who has separated the kits of refugees from their parents. If we think that this is the first time in. Us history that people have lost children to the foster care system to health and human services to powerful forces of the state then we will just elect another president. Who will do it again for me. The moment of truth actually came when obama was first elected in two thousand eight and lived near the border. And so i knew there In arizona knew very well what was happening at the border and a friend of mine who was undocumented was picked up by the police and for a tail light or something tinting on her winds and they investigated her status and couldn't get they couldn't quite figure it out because immigration status as always confusing shared a border crossing card so they called ice And they took the two year old child who was in the back seat and they separated them and they told her that they would put this child in foster care unless she explained her immigration status to them and how long exactly she'd been in the country. Had she overstate of these and would she named the people who helped her any people who employed her and the thing was so shocking to me was a- bama had just become president when just lived through george w bush and torture in usa's detention camps all over the world and we had lived with immigration raids. And i knew about the separation of immigrant and refugee children from their parents under george w bush and i was so sure that everything was going to be better because obama was president and the first thing i learned was that this friend of mine head immediately been separated from her toddler daughter and threatened with losing her and the reason i wrote the book is that i won't be able to very clearly that they're selling rotten at the core of the us political system that enables us over and over again to terrorize people of color in particular by taking their children.
No. 1 Alabama wins national title over No. 3 Ohio State
"BK. You guys. The Alabama Crimson Tide didn't just roll. They steamrolled Ohio State 50 to 24 last night in Miami to win the college football National championship with the victory. Bama head coach next seven, picks up his six title in Tuscaloosa, seventh all time and surpasses legendary Tide coach Paul Bear Bryant. I think coach Brian has, you know, sort of in a class of his own in terms of what he was able to accomplish what his record is, and I mean, he's the one that made Alabama and the tradition of Alabama a place where lots of players wanted to come say they've got some all time performances from his offense, including Heisman winning wide receiver Devante Smith, who said a championship game record with 12 catches Go along with 215 yards and three touchdowns, and he did it all in the first half, because you'd injure his hand early in the second half and be done for the night. His to be Mack Jones through five TDs completed 36 45 passes for 464 yards and running back now you Harris found the ends on three times as well. The rockers search for a new GM is taking a step
A Bold Eastern Conference Prediction for 2021
"Right. Okay, let's go to the East and I Toronto have they fallen out of your thing. Now. This is not a check it out. It's all depend on you mad though. They hate monkeys. I'm going to give it to Brooklyn. Number one, right number two. I think Milwaukee close to a similar winning percentage. We saw last year's. The number to write you know, but 3 I'm going to go Miami Miami was fifth last year people forget. So that's a big Improvement to go from victim. I just I'm I don't know. How long would you know about that even Bradley. I think that's a good addition bamas help games healthy. I think he maybe he makes another stride Tyler hero, I think makes another stride Off the Bench Duncan Robinson. I like those guys. Okay, I like those guys are gonna put me on and then you got Jimmy Butler. Who's there? Jimmy Butler still Jimmy, but then you lose Jae Crowder you lose trying to but I like I like Bradley with those shooters that I just mentioned or those scores because he's going to get so many open shots your next until I hear all your next to Duncan Robinson. You can't leave them open. Anyway behind that heart all the money in the world and you got Defenders on the other end. That'll just say like, okay, so all right. That's three four. I'm going Philly Celtics fan. I can't put Boston over Philly. I can't I see. Okay. You got your birth. No, Seth Curry, Danny Green who will defend his ass off on the other end. And then you got it back up for Joel and B-Max Dwight Howard show that he can be serviceable a second Main Service back, but not until you tell me what Simmons is going to do and how he's going to play. I can't I can't buy into that. You're the one who took back is going to make him shoot on that Rhonda Rhonda back is going to make him shoot and we just watch the exhibition game with him. And when he did he's going to marry me pull-up three-pointers. I think one he wasn't even here's the thing about it wasn't even involved in the office because social media will explode the moment. I mean for about 319 about my thing again with filling if I'm feeling I make that move but I think that's what I think that's what hard would be best suited and they you let Simmons Jersey And I think Joel embiid and hardened together. That's a better tandem angry much better time. I don't think I don't think there's another team in the Eastern Conference. That would benefit more than Philly. I just think again to my point the shooters thing which would be more sugar than he had in Houston. If you really think about it, Danny Green Seth Curry. Okay, Ronda Shooters, you got your well and be Turkish bath every once you can bang down low we can defend on the other end. I mean, they're good team here the window what that if if they can find that one piece and that to me that's going to be the key off. They do art and you're saying you say those four right now. What were y'all before? I just Boston here we go. Here we go. Boss is five six. And they're going to be right there to his Toronto Oakland agree. That far behind you sleep on Toronto 7. I'm going to put Indiana and all the depot is the biggest question Market, you know, he's he can talk to you far but I haven't seen them be the same old people since the injury when that dude was a bad man dropping 35, like it was nobody's business. That was all the people I was like man look out. He didn't gave something when we get Kyrie 38 onetime 38 people. Can I read but yeah, so that's a big question mark, but I'll put them in seven eight the last spot. I'm going to put I'm a while maybe now I'm glad they ready Atlanta is going to be maybe praying that could be really really
"bama" Discussed on The J.A.M.E.S Inc Podcast
"We are very excited have Paula Marshall here on the James Podcast Paul Marshall is the CEO of the Bama companies. Thank you Jesse. Let me go ahead and tell you about my friend Pol Marshall Chapman Hala grew up in Tulsa in spin her teen years working at the Bama companies in various occupations. She received her bachelor's of science in business from Oklahoma City University in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, and her PhD in Commercial Science also from OCU in nineteen ninety, three under her leadership Bama has expanded to provide a wide variety of frozen desserts baked goods to fast food chains in casual. Family, dining restaurants Bama supports in a wide array of community service activities in organizations financially, and with volunteer activities her companies thrive on her philosophy of commitment to employees and driving other people with upper -tunities in challenges for life improvement. Now, with that wonderful bio of accomplishments you would be maybe you would be surprised to learn Apollo is also a team mom insult. Today, we are coming just to talk about her experience of being a teen mom and then rising through the ranks of her family company to become the head woman in charge. Thank you again, power for being with us here this morning and welcome to our little podcast. Thank you. Very match. Leon worn happy to be here. can you start out by telling us a little bit about you and your experiences how you sound just south to be a team parent? In the in the late sixties and early seventies here in Tulsa Yech like many. Young people I didn't always see eye to eye with my parents. My parents didn't always see eye with each other and my dad to have a problem with alcohol. So our home was up and down there is a lot of walking on Eggshells Lotta don't upset Dad it's he's had a bad day whatever and every once in a while that that would his verbal abusiveness would go would be some physical views and that type of thing. So at a guy had learned a lot of couples skills. No one in my family at that point tumbling been therapy or anything like that. So I there was really no place to go to talk about it in a lot of my friends were going through the same things or just just deal with your dad when he when he gets drunk or whatever, and you go on with things and I think with being a female, what that does is it really Mars your ability to see yourself as a person who is worth loving and who is lovable. And I think without being able to get therapy and actually look back at myself and see where I was making my mistakes and what I was looking for. The boys weren't going to be the answer to all my problems and finding a born who would like me or to the prom or whatever being a teenager and being in high school zoo brutal. It's not for the make of her but yet ever. Right. He's a really tough time all the way a matters, not a lot of people to. Time there wasn't a lot of people who talk to about it. We I I think I was looking for all the wrong places is that the movie in the song and really just happened to? Think that I was in love with with the guy that I ended up being with ended up getting pregnant with. That began another term wellish time for me in that I married someone who also had a problem with alcohol who was also had low self-esteem but was athlete and re popular it didn't prevent him from. Drinking getting violent with me and verbally abusive and also physically. Whipped from the frying pan into the fire Elissa and then. I found myself in some real trouble because I couldn't i. didn't know how to get out of it and I was putting myself in harm's way. The child was in harms way and that continued until I've already had enough courage to remove myself from that situation while policies were you the only member of your girl group to get pregnant during that time? Yes yes and there were other girls in my high school that I knew had had Paris moms who had taken them somewhere. Knew about going to New York to get to get abortion I knew about leaving the state. I knew I didn't want to do anything that was put my. Life in danger, but I also. Deep down felt like I wanted to have the baby and I honestly to this day Alicia I i. do not know why. Not Know. What came over me and I decided I needed to go down that path but it was the best thing. I ever did because it, it removes me from a situation that was very devastating in just trying to go along, get rid of it and all that I just decided to go down a different path. And no against my mother's wishes and. Really fell in line with more of what my dad was hoping I do anyway really didn't WanNa. See me go off go away from home and go off to school and possibly go to Europe and travel and do some things like that. He was really not very excited about that. It caused a real problem between me and my mom for a couple of years and then my. Dad, of course, came to my side rallied by me and I started working at the Emma and that's when my life really began to get a lot better I know in your book sweet as Pie tough as nails. There's a paragraph where you say you want to keep it. I want to keep this baby and you said the voice sounded sure this more sure than you felt. That, your mom's words has shaken you but you had a strange feeling a feeling that you'd never had before. It was a feeling of love for this lee-ing side me and the instinct to protect it at all cost. Do you at that particular paragraph resonates with me because as a team mom myself I. Certainly, understand that. Do you think that. Parents are teen girls have that same feeling in that instinct to protect the love.
"bama" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"The bag, he says. I was raised in this church. I've been a deacon in this church for two decades. Lama Bama Bama, Bama BA Whatever you hear about Mia's faras, being hostile to the Christian religion is absolute garbage. They beat the crap out of the dude. And you cause you've got the answer this stuff Tucker needs to answer. Shawn needs the answer. I'm not saying that they're guilty. But I'm saying people start to wonder when you don't answer and lawyers will always tell you don't say anything. And I think that's a big mistake. Now they're doing their job. I'm not saying that they're you know, they're they're trying to prevent you from saying something stupid. That will actually get you in more trouble. So you could make a compromise with lawyers say, Look, I'm going to read a prepared statement on the air and I have a big platform. I'll let you look over it before I say, and you tell me there's anything wrong with it. But if you've got an accusation of sexual harassment In this day and age. You have to address it. You can't you just can't ignore it. Anyway, and I think Tucker's absolutely complete. I don't see on. I don't know, Tucker. Well, I do know, Shawn very well. And I'm not seeing anything that would indicate that either one of these guys Would do anything remotely like this woman saying, So I'm trying to figure if she's been on the air. I would think she's a conservative podcaster. So what? What gives? Well, my question is somebody got into her and this is the next level. Of attack. From these folks that are trying to bring down all of these people. See, what they're doing is they're going if they can't bring down Trump, and it may be a two tiered approach the game bring down Trump. They bring down people who support trump or people who are effective in the cause, and they just destroy them. And that's what it is to cancel culture folks. Quick time. I'm gonna be back. Stay right with you. This.
"bama" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"She was killed by a heat wave I think the coroner estimated the internal temperature over Bama something right under twenty degrees and I think we should be remaining a post office at least after her I've suggested just a couple of congressman in that area and a postal workers union and unemployment a broken got absolutely no response from anyone so anyone wants to jump on that feel free the second thing we should probably do is to stop lying to ourselves about how clever we are as human beings the way we're behaving looks precisely the way a bunch of bacteria look in microbiology lab when they are put in a growth medium in the country dash they are nice and stable for awhile then they go into a water main break gross right and then able to yes and then they go under destinations well I don't think we certainly sign that we're doing it better than the bacteria so until we do I think we should have the international naming groups that name species changed our name from the Latin equivalent of Manda really really clever to man the liar and I've also addresses all right well I'd be Latin prime and acts or something nine days has typed word and the third thing is that as long as people are able to just spelled editor rubbish without contradiction they're going to continue to do it and this is inspired by a retired nurse Sheila who called yesterday about getting these anti public health protesters to sign a DNR mind suggestion twist on that is to have them sign a DM all right which is a do not enter your bait and next time they have a one of these programs one of these demos show up with a big sign that says prove you're not a phony sign other D. N. I. and then have it then sign in with their name their address and their year of birth and take all these names and addresses in years of birth put them on the internet so that when there's a shortage of available medical help and there are not enough ventilators to go around they're the first ones that have R. Reddy expressed the wish they do not wish to be intubated Macon does not mention that the that the you know the D. on the DNR's do not resuscitate that basically means do not integrate I mean that's that's you know you know how to collections no no way to know these are DNR I was under they're two separate documents really well they tend to get lumped together yeah but a lot of people don't don't code but they are intimidated I mean for anyone from their very abundant we have to protect their way from but you know you're about to die but they get into battered anyway is a I guess I that knowledge the subtleties Mike I gotta I gotta run it's I'll take your word for it and D..
"bama" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"So it's interesting Putin. He's doing Ladimir Putin. So Trump is still doing Putin's dirty work, even though he put. Significant sanctions on that regime, far more than Obama ever. Did. The Bama was never said to be doing Vladimir Putin bidding. And the voice in the background wasn't squeaky Frahm. Even though sounds like it was Mika Brzezinski? And a lot more needs to be done to the present an attitude adjustment. She said. But who else do we have in our sternly media? Donny deutsch. What is his name do? Sure. Deutsch deutsch. On the morning, Joe. Yes. Show again on the morning schmo. Show they bring all these reprobates, miscreants on that bread said Congo line. Of freaks. And this guy's really into Nazi comparisons. So there's something really sick on on between his two years, and is very low IQ cut eleven go think about our country. Now, the commander chief authorized by military to literally go to the streets. Intensities, of course, his country include New York where are and storm and show up and grabbed families and children every time. I'm on the show. Nicole I go into the same. Just stop a minute to say, you know, it sounds like he was on the Nicole Wallace show, by the way. You do understand Dwight Eisenhower. Deported. One million illegal aliens kids old did manner rounded them up. Called in his military, set out move them out one million. It was called not by me. But by them peration wetback. Trump isn't doing anything like that. Nothing. Nothing like that. Go ahead seconds of his feet. We're going.
"bama" Discussed on KCRW
"Emotions. 'cause. I out. Justify that don't belong. I broke out just find Bama. Oh. How? But somehow. Keep. It's phony people on KCRW. Love this band, so much representing Brooklyn. Why love the moon? John is edits off yesterday's.
"bama" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Or Bama Daesh by Saturday for NPR news. I'm schmead partake in Mumbai. Authorities are searching for the occupants of a helicopter that crashed into the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland shortly after noon today. Police say they located a debris field, but not the helicopter rescue boats and divers are assisting in the search. There's no word yet on the cause of the crash. You're listening to NPR news from Washington from tweedy news in San Francisco. I'm Ryan Levy, California. Attorney general heavier Sarah will review how the states Roman Catholic diocese handled allegations of child sex abuse Kikuchi show Levitt reports the attorney general sent letters to the states twelve Catholic diocese on Thursday in the letter Sarah said his office will review whether the archdiocese adequately reported allegations of sexual misconduct has required by state law. The Sarah asked the diocese to preserve all records relating to child sexual abuse, including those in quote, secret archives, acting Graham to self report they've been doing isn't working. That's Joey Piscopo telly from the survivors network of those abused by priests. Why it's necessary for the attorney general just take the jets. Investigated more piscotty Kelly says he and other survivors had a meeting with the Sarah and district attorneys across the state in the fall. He says they were looking for information on bishops who may have covered up sexual abuse allegations. Also last fall, the attorney general's office launched an online complaint form seeking information from the public on clergy sexual abuse for now, but Sarah's request is voluntary. But piscotty hopes that if charges don't comply the state will subpoena the documents then pyschedelic claims the public will understand the magnitude of clergy sexual abuse in California..
"bama" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"The breakfast club. Bama now. Put them in that country. Came. Like many fresh on has pet. Come on yet. TV? They know almost done. And teams. Whoa. Put on. Like. Our son and let son. Route. Run bars. You would think I had to bond out. Strong. Out. But to get it clear. Figure out. On the name. To raise your phone your leg. Babe. Yo y'all. Put them in. Like. Came on those to Beckett. What? You back it up ten stop. Like is project? A little.
"bama" Discussed on The Morning Roast
"He's also the host of shutdown full cast focused on this fee nation. It's Spencer, folks. Hey, how you doing very kind intro mean taking everything right? I think so I think basically always right about one of three things either large animals speed or violence or combinations of the three. There's really not a lot else in my sort of Bali wick, you know, the bison pieces, what was coming to my mind, but you did a whole series about how many animals did you do. The mascot series. I think we got we got four of them of. And there's another two in the can for whatever later. So. Yeah, right about right about mascots, and sort of how they happen because right about college football a lot when you write about college football. You're never really just sort of writing about the game. You know, you're you're writing about whatever sort of your writing about whatever we're wellspring of American dysfunction sort of I this program. Right. And the the weird thing is forces that like, you go, you know, in the NFL, you have a corporation and the ownership makes it right? And when you have a college football team, you go ala Bama made it, and that's that's a much different prospect overall like when you say, hey, who made this thing you go. Well, the state of Alabama made it you're hopefully, it's going to be to be a lot here. Yes. And these players turn over lot and people like me start talking about them this time of year when we don't really know what we're talking about. Which is why you're on this show. So I'm I'm I'm getting caught up. So this is the time of year when I start I watch college football. But I don't wash it like you watch college football. I don't watch it. Like, I've watched multiple games of Daniel Jones college football, which I would not recommend for anyone by the way. But I have gotten caught up. I have been watching. I started kind of go by position. That's my process is time here Spencer, and I started with the quarterbacks in the past rushers really the two most important positions the positions that will define the Strath. And over the next few weeks leading up to the draft. We are going to do a mock draft on this pod, we're gonna do mocks of a mock draft. We're gonna do mocks of amok while wearing my turtleneck's all of that stuff. But before we get to the quarterbacks and the pass rushers I did want to pay him OSH to your old role on the morning roast as. Senior white correspondent. So I wrote down a few for those again who didn't listen to team or we would bring Spencer on to just talk to us about cultural issues. And so the three things I wrote down this week knowing you'd be on the podcast, please choose your fighter are.
"bama" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Or Bama. This is EBay Obama coins. Luther causa residents to collect money for some Obama coins. That he sold on EBay the lady on the phone. She never purchased a coins, however Luther disagrees. It's going to get to your phone tap on the tans right here. Big. How you doing? I'm the one who from EBay. I'm the one who sold you guys the Obama coins. What you guys are the one who won the bid and ship them out about three weeks ago. And I was just wondering Alabama calling the commemorative coin I just wanted to talk to you guys because I haven't I have yet to receive the payment for them by the coin, we did not older them on EBay, ma'am. There's absolutely no reason for you to sit on a phone and lie to me. All right. I can get you in trouble for calling me a lower because I am not. So you saying you can call the police because you stole my Obama coins coins. I did not. I did not order the calling. I did not receive them. Don't appreciate being called a liar. And I'm not paying for something. I don't have. So where am I fifteen coins at the yes, we can can coin coins? Process to the place. I'm going to report it to the policeman because you shouldn't be still coins from especially at a time like this coins. From you. I have never ordered the I'm the same person that had the ribbon Al Sharpton again to get more coins. Remember those now I am authorized coin dealer. I don't care what you're right. Unauthorized..
"bama" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Bama. Hey, mark. How are you? Hey, dave. I'm doing great. And pleasure. Be talking with you today, sir. What's up? Well, fifty seven year old retired military guy. Now government contract down here in Huntsville, and my life, and I last month just completed baby step two took us for years. Thank you, sir. Starting on baby. Step three, Mike. I guess. My question is kind of twofold. We are in a house. That's not our forever home. And when we get done with baby step three it took me a while to kind of go through and get my investments going between my wife, and and my IRA 's and my 4._0._1._K we have about one hundred ninety thousand investments my question is should I increase the investments and not just pay the minimum on the house. Or should we still try to pay off this house, even though it's not our forever home? Well, I would do the baby steps in order, even though it's from your forever home, by the way. Thank you for your service twenty year. And you've got that coming. Actually did about twenty eight years. So yeah, I have my military time in from that. And I have some via disability that. I get right. Okay. Cool. Well, then what I would do is when you finish baby. Step three, it would start baby steps four five and six run. Simultaneous four is fifteen percent. No more. No, more of your income going into retirement. You've got a really good star couple hundred grants not a bad start. And then if you have kids that you're paying for college that's baby step five or the kids involved. No, well, our son. I mean, we have our somebody's in his thirties family and South Carolina done. Okay. We're not in baby step five because there's no college. Okay..
"bama" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"And if you can't ride your car around, you'll probably spend less money, which would be helpful. Now what else can you do? What else can you cut? Well, you don't need a cable Bill. You don't need a satellite. TV bill. You don't need a TV Bill at all. You don't have time for entertainment because you're not getting paid. So you might want to continue working for TSA right now. But you also need to go and get a job. So you don't have time to sit around and watch TV, cancel your cable. Cancel your satellite. You say, but I have a contract that was stupid. Did you not think about that? Why would you sign up for a contract committing yourself to making a series of payments over the next two years when you don't have any money to make those payments? Turn off the cable turn off the satellite turn off the internet. If you can't pay your phone bills. Get ready your cellphone, turn it off. So we'll have a contract there. That was stupid. You can get as much phone access as you need in the United States of America. If you're not getting the free system under the federal phone housing allowance popularly known as a Bama a Bama phones. But of course, the program was enacted under President Reagan. So obviously, the Obama phone is just a kind of a rather rude partisan slur, but you can get even if you pay for it. You can get phone access for five or ten dollars a month..
"bama" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"So mean to the point that it's like, okay, takeout half of that shit. You know, say bam kicks a field goal say a couple of those pass interference calls. It could have been called got called say they at the extra point, you know, say there's no false start to it doesn't throw a pick six through a two dozen throwing arm. Punt just just he only makes one of those crazy catches take all that shit away. Cool Clemson still one maybe by more than a touchdown. Like it was so overwhelming. And I mean, just just basic numbers. Clemson outplayed Bama yards per play basis. The most simple sat you can get Clemson outplayed Bama. And then you add in all this other stuff. Insane. The thing. Bill wrote today about how bam had like it was like forty four wins on first down plays by success rate. It's like eighteen or something like that. It's Matt ballpark bay one. Like more than two thirds of the first down plays. They were pretty even on the other third downs. They just got Molly looks out of the building. Like it was just awful on third downs. That was the whole deal. Yeah. I've a Bill point about third downs was very very key. Like, obviously like, it was the first name thing. Nick Sabin talked about an post game over police was our treatments. Seasonally won the Orange Bowl in all my God. They killed us on third down and bills that about how you know. Bama. One first down on the game offense defense altogether. Bama when I down. Bama one second down Clemson when third down to insane degree like that's when the thirty seven yard of the sixty two yard the seventy four yarder happened. Yeah. Like if if it was lots ticket time by all because you would have won twice. That's how that's how rare what they did was. That's how good they were under gal. And it wasn't. It's almost there were I think twenty eight downplays in this game ingest by success rate from Bill Clinton in nineteen of. Yeah. Enact wasn't even explained because have all those eighty art athletes. Whatever was where Bamut is out athlete. It the first time in modern history. Anything for me was just that. But they just like I don't think they're used to having one on ones and losing them. He said he was worried about before the game, which is crazy. Because they never lose us. But they lost. So many of them on there. I've only I've only seen a couple of athletes win while one with Bana consistently across the course entire big game. You know, Mike Evans at Texas. Am was one go back and watch the second Mandel game. The one am loses in college station where Mike Evans is catching balls over kids like like like their kids like they're his children of that was magnificent Ezekiel Elliott and the Ohio State offensive line. They did on the ground. What Clemson managed to do it through the air because in past pro it's not like Clemson moved a whole lot on the ground. But in pass protection, they were seamless man that got nethon if quitting Williams at jump on run play. It was generally pretty bad for Clemson. If you had a jump on a pass it didn't matter. He wasn't able to get anything. Also like, I think bugs was injured. Right. I do not think he was one hundred percent on the left side of bama's defensive line. Can you imagine? Bama having secret injuries that like we didn't know about. And we know they come out after the season. They're going to list. The it's supposed to be publicly disclosed Jason. So yeah, let's see what a Don best dot com. It's it's already damned. Invest dot com. Cleared out for the season..
"bama" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"But it's very hard to win period on the other teams Roland sixes like bids like they Clemson I think with something like nine for twelve month third down and whenever they hit. They did nothing on first and second down there was there was a point at like sixteen fourteen where I was honestly expecting the turn, right? Like, I'm expecting at this point that 'cause Trevor lift a little shaky early out, and I kinda thought, well, you know, this is it. This was super entertaining lab, we got this moment. But oh. Oh, ho here we go. And Clemson starts getting breaks. They get they get a pass interference call to get a false start on L Obama when they're on the one, and I'm not saying that the essentials won this game. By the way, I looked over today on I was like the restless the big ten crew as punch that how do you now on us will nobody complained about him? Did get yet didn't really get much on that all they're pretty invisible all night, which I really appreciate it after some of the other come on this year. But Clemson, Clemson got breaks the form of Alabama mistakes capitalize on them. Which man when's the last time we got to see somebody do something that Eysenck against that team. That was success. It usually goes the other way if you're dealing with Ella. Bama just because they get the benefit of the down on calls because I mean, they don't do anything wrong. Right. Why would they do wrong soup? They did the reading. To me, it sort of felt like even more than out. Bama ING Bama, which I kind of feel like the last team to to win a game in that style was probably Ohio State twenty fourteen when they just we're going to line-up run over you. I guess I was thinking about different different definitions of out. Bam. Bam because I feel like they did that in in multiple aspects since what I was trying to get. Well, I think you could call this out twenty eighteen Bama ING eighteen Bama. You know, let's take the two throws deep model, and let's throw it to possibly even better receivers to me. This was like it was almost a combination of every genre of Bama loss. All at once out a way to do this without the unconventional wisdom for a couple of years. Now is been well the man's. I'll model is is the way to be Bama Clemson does have transformative quarterback, but just in a different way. And he barely got hit all night like he wasn't running around. He wasn't really he wasn't really avoiding that many sacks. He didn't get sacked at all zero sacks. This wasn't a dude squirreling around. And you need a mobile quarterback to beat Nixon. No, you need a really good quarterback. Who can throw it to six five guys who can catch anything who coaches outline at Clemson. Oh, that'd be that'd be the Turkey based himself Robbie call God lasts up to to the godfather of Turkey. Insemination glasses of what of wild Turkey. What do you think? Okay. Ainhoa while Turkey the one that's got insemination. Rock star Clinton. Never let you talk to the media because God, we miss you. He ain't now. This was this was bacon of horny turkeys. Yeah. Yeah. Segue. This is by the way, a great great moment. Rob hall. Well, because every time I've got to SEC maybe a day to ask somebody. Hey, what's the unit in the SEC that nobody really talks about that? They should it was always like Bobby Johnson's offense of life. Like everybody was like. Yeah. Man offense of lines way better than they should be back in the days. When like we were here. Sorry for Jay Cutler because he had nobody to. Yeah. Yeah. And the only reason we would notice that because how long he got stand up. Yeah. Because. Real Danka power. There's a lot of of of footage of Jay Cutler standing around. It's kind of the last thing he was ever known for in football. Like, hey, Jamie, run this fake. Stand there. But yeah, it used to be part of the actual offense..
"bama" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Lou the shutdown flow cast is their season recap. We get to do this once a year because the season ends and it ended last night. Joe at go. Did it was good? Was it fun? Did everyone. Enjoy that. Y'all have a good time. Yeah. I thought it was good. I thought it was really good. Yeah. Out. We'll be joined by Alex first ner young, Alex. Did you have a good time? I had the best time. Ryan, you sound so handsome. And they. Fields of the internet, the booming baritone at a Ryan, are you sick or something? Are you not at the end of that? I'm got Clemson fever. I got the orange fever and the purple vivere. It's so it makes me so sick is the Alabama disappoint like this. And it and I'd be lying because there's nothing better than when Alabama disappoints. It just makes you so warm inside the machine fails. It's like it's like watching. It's honestly, man. It's like watching every time this happens. It's like watching, you know, a I go gone, raw, and that's always delightful. Right. It's like watching a robot fall off a cliff if beauty. A robot? Definitely not designed to fall off cliffs. Robot designed not to fall off cliffs at all costs right who then falls off a cliff, right? Like, it's impossible. It's robot netter hose on glimpse like the opposite of a heat seeking missile a cliff avoiding robot. Yeah. Let's goes I actually see clear percents like the most pointless machine, you could possibly invent. But. It's like watching. It's like watching GD study first hard working careerists valedictorian of your class completely self immolate in the real world. It's the best Alabama did on the studying didn't they? Yeah. They did how I run it for Bama to be brought low after having done all the reading. I don't think too. It was doing too much reading last night. Not accurately, at least I gotta football question. And I know that's I'm prefacing that because this is the shutdown full cast. So I know that it's off for me to have football question. But something that boss, man. And I were throwing around earlier that I want to throw out to our our Kennesaw and NBC contingents did this give given the given the evolution the recent volition of both the Clemson. And the Bama teams that we saw last night did this in its own way, kind of put paid to the notion of the past few years of you can't out there. My bama. What you got Alex? And also, you don't have to meet your mic because you know, what you're you gonna do have bad audio. Yep. Please you guys. I thought I thought that I can't were higher higher on the show for fraud. Knew everybody. Well, I thought that Alabama out bam. Bam will bit like when they tried to have the kicker lead block a future first round NFL defensive tackle. Did that happen? I thought the Bama was to relentlessly itself. Like, they are self. I think Bama needed to. I would say Fiqh it until you make it except that would actually wouldn't really. I mean that wouldn't encompassed work because the fake was a really bad idea. Right. I felt that Bama attempted to overpower Clemson in ways that it couldn't because clumsiness bigger and better in some ways. Can I offer a defense that fake field goal? Call. Clemson did. Thank you, my defensive this fake. He'll go call is that what were they going to do make a forty yard field. I think in that situation. You got a punt. So I had a couple of different kind of thought pads that I was meandering down about not being able to out bail Obama, which is a thought it was interesting that Clemson out. Bama Bama without a quarterback without using the man's L model it helps if you have a predator naturally kid who seven feet tall and can wing it way. Over the heads of where your diesel is used to having to go to get the ball. But this is this is maybe a longer conversation. This is maybe a longer offseason conversation. But the thing that. The thing. I think were Clemson made up the most ground out bam. Bam ah is the level of institutional controlling capital aboard this program over the past couple years like it's not like they're plucky upstarts that that caught a lucky break. They have the level of commitment from the university, and the athlete department to doing this at that. That's what got him there loss a also..
"bama" Discussed on First Things First
"Close. Davos Sweeney dabble is a special personality a great leader in. Now they've been able to get the quarterback the prototype. Dad? Shawn Watson and now they have Lawrence. So when you can do those types of things stat recruiting class on recruiting class, and he's got really really good. Big people. Great offense of line in debt on a defense of line that stood together for four or five hour. Bama was known to be able to do recruiting class on recruiting class. Absolutely. Like that. Is you wanna know who's going to be in the top ten in college? Football's about recruit. Yeah. Look, you wanna know who's going to be in the twenty nineteen top ten go look at the twenty fifteen rivals recruiting rankings. Like, you wanna know? And look at the top. That is those things is all about getting the players. But then it's also about developing the players, and that's where the university gets credit. They've given the other advantage saving has always had. As I shouldn't say always had. But his had recently is you have the ability to pay coordinators like coaches, head coaches, some places position coaches coordinators. What did you say Venables makes over two million dollars a defensive coordinator? So now, they have the resources they have the facilities. Just nothing. You can use against him. Negatively negatively as far as recruiting men. Clemson is here to stay in Davos, Winnie that like you have to worry about recruiting against him because he's going to go to home among he played it Alabama. But he's at home in Clemson. So he's going to be there for a long long history job. Like, it's at least starting into his dream job. It's not the there is not a job you could offer dabble Swinney that he would say I want to leave him. No, not because it's to national championship. Come beaten, Alabama. Right. So I mean, he has made them into. It's it's it's and to win that game the way they want it. Because the first two games were coin flip games either. Go to want it, but they lost them. Both last year. They got beat soundly too. A woop Alabama the way they did last night was as impressive performance. I've seen in college football, very longtime guys guess with you to my dream.
"bama" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"My executive producer is Ryan Hickey. So the national championship in college football is tonight. Clemson Bama four. I love this. And I think that people are going out of their way in twisting themselves in knots to figure out something to complain about. When in the history of sports. Has it been a bad thing? To have a dynasty and greatness. When is it ever been bad? Does anyone like, ooh? Those Jordan bulls of the nineties not great for the NBA. Ooh. Those Yankees the turn of the century. Good for major league baseball. The competitive balance and how to beat them in financial inequity. But no one was like man, those Yankees not good for business. But we'll get to the sports side of this in a second. But if you are someone who thinks that Clemson Bama four is bad for college football. And it's not just because you're buys and like, I'm a bulldog fan or our Buckeye. I'm a Notre Dame fan like beat them. But if you if you actually think it's bad for the sport that the same two teams keep meeting every year. Call me up at eight five five two one to four two two seven, and we'll get to the sport component of it in a second. But I wanted to spell the. Notion. The fan bases have lost interest in this game. Because you're going to be able to get into the game for well under face value, and maybe under a hundred bucks. Do you know how intellectually dishonest it is to suggest the Alabama football fans aren't interested in Alabama football. You've gotta be high. That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Same thing with Clemson football fans. It is a religion in South Carolina. Clemson football is a religion in Alabama Tuscaloosa with what are you talking about? Here's why there's not the same demand for this game that there has been in years past and hear me out on this. And if I sound patronizing, I kinda mean it to be, but I don't know about you. I'm talking about my sports media brethren who are perpetuating this nonsense and these lives. Santa Clara is twenty five hundred miles from the campuses. The games on a Monday. You gotta take off two days. Minimum at work and take four flights minimum round trip to get to the game and hotels in San Francisco are expensive inflates. The San Francisco are expensive. If this game was in Atlanta or Dallas or Miami or Tampa or any of the places that these games have been the last four years since these teams have been the juggernauts dominated college football ball four hundred dollars get in every year. The fact that it's the fourth year of it makes them less likely to pay the exorbitant prices to fly across the country. When I went because my wife is a Clemson alum. So when we went to Clemson, Bama one in Arizona. We had to pay four hundred a ticket pay face value to sit in the upper deck because it was clemson's first year in the national championship since nineteen eighty one. So yeah. The demand has dropped a little for that fan base because they've been there four times. But like the idea that they're not interested is crazy, and the interest would absolutely be there. If it was just a not the most expensive city in the damn country. So. Bad part of it. Like, the ticket price thing will get a lot of attention and the NCW will be upset, but I can't really think of a less sympathetic victim than the NCWA. So who cares? And I guess there's the Silicon Valley money is just not interested in the big event because they're obviously not buying the tickets. But who cares? Why does it care? What does it matter to you me or anybody else? How much the people who are at the game spend money for it. It's a non story. And if you watch Clemson football every week or you watch Alabama football every week to suggest that the the interest among those alumni basis or those fan bases is down is just silly. But so now, let's discuss the idea that it's bad for the sport. Let's just make sure that everyone understands exactly how good these teams are right. In by the way, exactly how close these teams are because I think there's a perception out there that there's Bama, and then there's a huge gap. And there's everybody else and the everybody else's led by Clemson. So it's like, ooh is Ohio State the second best program. Maybe it's Clemson. Maybe it's Georgia. Maybe it's Oklahoma Oklahoma has had two straight. Heisman Trophy winners and Georgia does have top recruiting classes and Ohio State wins ten eleven games every year. So there's Bama and then there's a debate for number two. No, there's Bama, there's a small gap. There's Clemson, and there's a big gap. And then there's number three. And number three is Georgia. And I think number four is Oklahoma and the number five is Ohio State. And then after that. We could discuss I don't really want to because the sixth ranked team in college football is relevant conversation for another day. If you wanna talk about playoff expansion, I suppose I'm here for it. But here's the story with expansion because people will debate it for literally the next seven years because that's how long the contract is. What you went on a little secret. Nothing in sports, get smaller. It never happens. It never happens. League's don't contract. Playoffs. Don't get smaller. They never do. These are just trying to make more money more money more money more money. So eventually, the playoff will grow because the learn that it will make them more money, even if it'll hurt some of their ballgame brethren, but for now they're protecting the ball system there in a twelve year contract for the playoff. We've got the fourteen playoff. That's where we're at. And by the way, I think that's the best for the sport. But I think that all sports would be better with contraction. But it'll never happen because of money, I think baseball would be better with fewer teams hockey would certainly be better with your teams. The NBA would be better. If fewer teams, maybe we got the right number teams in the NFL, the NFL's pretty close to perfect, but a lot of sports would benefit from contraction and getting smaller, but it never happens because of money. So let's just talk about how good these teams are. And how close these teams are. When Clemson and Alabama have not been playing each other. They've played anybody else other than Clemson and Bama their combined record. Is one hundred and six and four. Think about that. The last four years when Clemson or Alabama have played anyone else other than Clemson and Alabama combined record is one hundred and six and four. They're the best teams in the country by far. Now, how close they are to each other. Two thousand and sixteen Clemson Bama one. Bama won the game by single digits one score game. But Clemson outplay them Clemson easily could have won that game. I know it because I was there. I watched every snap of that Clemson football season. They could not stop the Shawn Watson he had over four hundred yards of offense. Shack Lawson and MacKenzie Alexander to NFL players both were hurt. And it took an Alabama kick return for a touchdown. And in Alabama surprise onside kick in order for them to win not taking it away from them not knocking them, but they could not stop the Shawn Watson. So they had to surprise onside kick, and it was a one score game single digit get. So it was real close. Bama one. Then the your Clemson wins. The title one score game Clemson wins on the pick play rub. Route to hunter Renfro one. Awesome game instant classic could have gone either way, Clemson one Clemson Bama, one Clemson Bama too. Both instant classic. Awesome games that could have gone either way. I would actually argue that Clemson played better in the first game that they lost and Bama played better in the second game that they lost. But regardless the record was probably would've should have been one in one after the first two then Clemson Bama three in the playoff. Kelly Brian's the quarterback for Clemson bama's better. They win twenty four to six put that one squarely in the bam. Mccollum Bama goes on to win the national championship so three consecutive years. This will be four that not only have they met. But that the winner of Clemson Bama wins the national championship three times because it was in the title game one time because Bama be Clemson in the playoffs. And then went on and beat Georgia. So. Not only. Are the alumni base is still very clearly interested. Not only are these two teams wildly close. And I want to let you in on a little secret. We're gonna get Clemson Bama five next year because two is coming back with all of those wide receivers. And Trevor Lawrence is coming back with all of his wide receivers and Travis running back Clemson loses their defensive line to the NFL. They'll replace them. They do with top three four recruiting classes in a bunch of five stars. They keep doing it. But clemson's offense could score legitimately forty plus fifty plus points a game next year. They're going to be the best offense in the country. So tool will be the number one next year. Trevor Lawrence will be the number one pick the year after that. Georgia is really really good. And the SEC is obviously much tougher for for Bama than the is for Clemson. So that is why Bama is clearly number one that and they've won. Two of three against Clemson. And their rain goes back longer. Clemson's rain really started in terms of national championship relevance when they got the Shawn Watson. But it's one and to these are the juggernauts these are the best it's the heavyweight matches that keep getting rematch. It's it's Payton v Brady. It's the best unquestioned best. And I just I don't know what precedent you could give me or you could cite. That would say to me that the best teams in the country. The best teams in sports, keep meeting in the finals of the sport. And it's bad for the sport. It doesn't it doesn't happen. It doesn't happen in tennis individual sport with federal and the doll. It's not bad in the NBA when it's LeBron against the warriors. It's not bad in college football. It's it's never been bad for sports. When the best teams meet in the championship and play each other. If you want to beat them beat them the rule that says that Oklahoma could into beat Alabama. Or the Georgia couldn't beat Bama or that Notre Dame could beat Clemson or the urban Meyer and Ohio State. Think of the people who've had their shot at these teams bombs urban Meyer got a shot at Clemson twice got waxed. Oklahoma got a shot at Clemson waxed? Notre Dame waxed. Who's gonna shots at Bama, Georgia? Ohio State LSU? Oklahoma. They can't they can't win. That's why all the playoff games blowouts. Because there's so much better than everyone else. So if you like college football. This is the best. This is the gold standard, it proves your system works. The best teams meet in the championship in play each other and have classic games. Two of the three games have been instant classics. Last year wasn't. Okay. Well, fine. We'll see what we'll see what tonight's gain is. But my guess is going to be awesome..