35 Burst results for "Baylor"
A highlight from Why You Should Mine KASPA And Stake ADA!
"Why does he look like Tom from Myspace? Go back one more time. That is Tom from Myspace. Tom from Myspace is just missing the whiteboard, I think. This picture's gonna give me nightmares. This is the worst. Here it is. That's our Casper minor down in the basement. What we have is basically a picture of Tim. Look at, or a picture of me. Don't say that's a picture of Tim. Okay, this is the chaos that's going on in our basement. Just one more time. Yeah. You know? Just absolutely. There's no hot way to frame that picture. Why does he look like Tom from Myspace? Go back one more time. That is Tom from Myspace. Tom from Myspace is just missing the whiteboard, I think. This picture's gonna give me nightmares. This is the worst. Here it is. That's our Casper minor down in the basement. Let us know in the chat, what are we gonna name this minor? That's what my sleep demon looks like at the foot of my bed when I'm in paralyzed mode. I've never had sleep paralysis. It probably sounds, it sounds scary. I hate, would anyone here experienced sleep paralysis? No. Yeah? Scary? Scary? Very, very scary. Can you describe in one sentence what, was there a demon? And if so, what did the demon look like? Scary. Scary, scary. They say it's common. And my fiance, she sleep walks a little, but sleep talks, she has a slept with, like she's real, real tired. Yeah, she'll get up, she sleep talks. Oh yeah, my wife, my wife sleep talks to me all the time. Shout out to my friend, Wesley Miller. He would sleep sing church songs back when we were in middle school. What a good guy. I don't know what he's, he went to Baylor. I hope he's doing well. All right, it was me that threw an egg at your dad's truck and I still feel bad about it. All right, this is a mining dashboard here. It says Ice River. Is the mining settings, IP settings. Okay, so a hash rate. Okay, 30 minute hash rate. There's no way I'm ever gonna get this. Okay, I could see the next tab says KAS. Is this a CASPA mining portal? It's a CASPA miner and a CASPA mining situation we got going on. Wait, wait, this whole segment was guessing what it was mining? No, well, no, we're naming the miner. Oh, I was gonna say, yeah, I don't think this was a guess that because Nick is like, he talks nonstop about his CASPA mining. Yeah, we're getting CASPA in the basement. I liked, let me see here, going up to. Thank you, The Damned, thank you. The Mine Tater, Silver Surfer, Yukon Cornelius. We've got some ideas coming out of this. Okay, what are these? Are these comic book characters that mine crypto? Say one of those again. Yukon Cornelius. Okay, that is The Simpsons character, right? That sounds like a Simpsons character, does it not? All right, it looks like, so that was for CASPA. CASPA is still under a nickel, everybody. If we look at all time high, got as high as peaking at a nickel. Now we're peaking back at a nickel. I'm really not a fan of buying wicks of coins. So, you know, I'm not gonna buy any CASPA right here, even though I probably should. And you're probably gonna laugh at me when it goes to 50 cents, goes to a dollar. I just can't do it. I just can't do it, folks. I see this and I'd rather just buy Chainlink. Ah, that being said, I definitely should have bought that dip into the threes. I feel like a dum -dum. I guarantee if we touch 3 .99999, I will buy some. If we get anywhere below four cents, I'm gonna get in on some CASPA. Is that too soon? Is that too late? Should I just buy it now? Anyone hold some CASPA, let me know. You know, what do you think of my CASPA strategy? It's more at this point, I don't even care if I have great X return. I'm just mad at myself not having any. And so I'd rather have peace of mind. Peace of mind, just being able to lay your head on the pillow at night, just going to sleep easy. I highly, highly value that. And so I think holding a little bit of CASPA will also make me feel good there. It might not be the best time to be filling your bag with it right now, though. We're currently working on a double top at a level that, back a long time ago on a DA, this was the prediction I called, I hear, right under five cents. We went slightly above it. But right now, when you're looking at oscillators, four hour chart, daily chart two, we're getting overbought flashes at that double top. So I'm not saying it has to fall back down here towards this golden pocket, but more than likely there's a decent chance you could potentially scoop some more up around three cents. All right, so Brian is just too much for him. You know, he said, I give up Deezy, it's too late now. You know, should I buy like, if I buy 20 of them at a nickel for a dollar, like will y 'all not hate me anymore? I just gotta, I'll just get 20 of them. Oh, you can mine it. I do, all right, so I have a 1070 that's like four or five years old in the office. I wonder if it will work with that. I think you need one like Nick got. I think it's a very specific miner. Is it GPU? Yeah. Okay. Just take a better picture with it. All right. One more time. Just for good measure. That's perfect. All right, let's talk a little Cardano here. ADA upgrade, Cardano staking game changer, multi -pool delegation with LACE. The LACE wallet takes a huge developmental leap forward by allowing users to diversify their stake. Joining the ever expanding ecosystem is LACE wallet's latest feature, multi -pool delegation. Employing a unique strategy, they generate several stake keys from the same account, creating a new address for each pool with the set portion of the ADA the user wants to stake with the mechanism. They can now simultaneously stake their tokens in up to five unique pools, diversifying their stake. So yeah, it just makes Cardano more decentralized here. I stake mine with the default NAMI stake pool, Berry, made by Berry Alessandro. Great, great phenomenal builder on Cardano. I have a pinned tweet that'll show you how to download the NAMI wallet. If you wanna, you got some Cardano on an exchange and you're like, hey, I can get three, four, 5 % if I get lucky for free. Meaning if I got 100 and I wait a year, I'll have 104. I don't have to do anything. Okay, yeah, that sounds pretty cool. What if I have 10K? You might get 400 ADA for free. Let's say it does hit $5. That's gonna be $2 ,000 that you can earn by actually just clicking right, clicking, dragging, and then just hitting delegate. Like two mouse clicks can make you 2K if you had 10K Cardano that is. Other new multi -pool delegation feature is vital to the commitment to decentralization, allowing holders to stake across multiple SBOs, centralization, prevents overall promotes a more distributed network that aligns with Cardano's core vision. A shout out to BJ's NES pool, right? He has the NES pool. Pretty good builders on that as well. All right, it looks like we have a updated FTX asset report on Wednesday. We're falling into the X minute. Yeah, okay, okay, yeah. I thought the ADA would have more than one story. Yeah, just one story there. All right, now we're into the X minute, the Xs. Shout out to X -Pac. All right, on Wednesday, they likely get approval to liquidate their 3 .4 billion worth of crypto. Remember, there is false information in this. They can't sell all the Solana until 2028. And, you know, maybe there's going to be a similar situation with something like, I don't know if NIR's on here, but Aptos, I could see a similar situation happening with Aptos. Now their Bitcoin, yeah, they could, I think they'll actually hold it in Bitcoin. The Bitcoin, yeah, they could probably dump all the Bitcoin, but I think there's going to be some tokens with vesting schedules. I think a lot of that information is hidden in secret. And so it's like, we're relying on the whistleblowers here. So just be careful with what you see regarding FTX liquidations. There's a little bit of a false news out there.
"A Rude Awakening Precedes a Great Awakening" With Doug Giles
"Is. My friend, Doug, Giles, Doug, welcome. Eric, how are you doing, big dog? There's nobody like you. You're unique. And you are hard to sum up. It's one of the reasons you're unique. You're a hunter, I see their animals behind you, stuffed trophy, animals that you have hunted, you've been a pastor. You've written a million books. Your new book is about John the Baptist, a rude awakening proceeds a great awakening. Let's start there. What do you mean by a rude awakening proceeds a great awakening? Yeah, so revival and awakenings have been going on last few months here in the United States of liberal acrimony. And everybody's coming to me like Doug, what do you think about asbury? What do you think about what's going on in Baylor university and these other own claims where revival quote unquote is going down in awakenings or happening? And Eric, I don't want to, I don't want to come and, you know, rain on anybody's parade. I'm more interested in the reformation aspects of moves of God instead of the poof, the revival aspects. I believe. Listen, this is the good news. I'm tracking with you. We haven't discussed this, but you're saying what I'm thinking. So keep going. This is beautiful. Yeah, so when I think we ought to be limited and careful with the word revival and we've got to see if it is a legitimate sovereign worker God. And when I say a sovereign work of God, that means the school can't shut it down after a month.
San Diego State muscles past Creighton, makes 1st Final Four
"Derry and tremel hit a free throw with 1.2 seconds remaining to give San Diego state a 57 56 win over creighton, putting the Aztecs in the final four for the first time. Probably a thousand free throws in the last week. So, and then in the day, I felt like I put in the work to be able to step up and have the confidence that I was going to make them. Lamont butler scored 18 points in helping San Diego state become the first mountain west team to reach the national semifinals. Ryan kalk Brenner scored 17 points for the Blue Jays, who were two of 17 from three point range. Baylor Sherman tied the game at 56 by stealing an inbound pass and converting a layup with 34 seconds left. I'm Dave ferry
Creighton ends Princeton's March Madness run with 86-75 win
"San Diego state and creighton will play in the south regional final on Sunday. Top seed Alabama will not after the 5th seated Aztecs knocked off the crimson tide. 71 64. San Diego state held Brandon Miller to 9 points on three of 19 shooting. All while darian tremel was providing 21 points for the Aztecs. I knew what kind of covers they were in as far as ball screens. And that's something I was working on all week. The Blue Jays are in the elite 8 for the first time after beating Cinderella Princeton 86 75. Ryan kalkbrenner scored 22 points of creighton 6th win in 7 games. Baylor shireman made 5 threes and scoring 21 points. I'm Dave fairy.
Gonzaga, Timme move to Sweet 16 with 84-81 win over TCU
"Drew Timmy poured in a game high 28 points leading Gonzaga to an 84 81 victory over TCU. The wind prompted bulldogs coach Mark few to happily trot out the following statistics. I'm ecstatic for these guys. Get to another sweet 16. That's 8 in a row, which is just an incredible testament by our program and what we've been able to do these last 8 years. Gonzaga is in the west region. Creighton is in the south and punched its ticket to the sweet 16 by beating Baylor 85 76. Ryan neme led the victorious Blue Jays with 30 points. For a sport in Denver
Coles hits late floater, TCU edges Ariz St in March Madness
"TCU overcame an 11 point second half deficit to edge Arizona state 72 70, the difference maker was Jacoby calls us jumper with three seconds to go. There's a lot of shots today that was flat. And the last one I got it up and that was the difference and went in and it was a good shot and I'm happy for my team. I'm happy to win. The west regions 6th seated horned frogs advanced to a Sunday meeting with number three Gonzaga. The bulldogs pulled away in the second half to down Grand Canyon 82 70. In the south region, Baylor defeated Cal Santa Barbara 74 56, earning the bears a battle with creighton, which beat North Carolina state 72 63. Bruce Morton, Denver
Author Michael Foley Talks About His Book 'Dining With the Saints'
"Guys, I'm happy to welcome back to the podcast. before, doctor Michael foley. He's a theologian, Professor of patristics in the great text program at Baylor university, Professor of theology at the Aquinas institute, but I love these titles of his books, drinking with the same drinking with saint Nick and the politically incorrect guide to Christianity. We're going to talk about his book called dining with the saints, I think a very appropriate topic on Saint Patrick's Day. Doctor foley, thanks for joining me. Great to great to have you. I think you can see I've got the appropriate. I don't know if this is the right shade of green, but as you can imagine, I'm not really. Well, I'm not Irish. I guess I could maybe I should change d'souza to oh, Sousa. And then I then be I then be, I could then play the baby I identify as Irish. Okay. These days we're allowed to do that sort of thing. Talk to me about Saint Patrick's Day. It's a day, I didn't have any knowledge of before I came to the United States, and who was this guy with Saint Patrick, the guy who was who evangelized Ireland, is he what brought these crazy Irish people into the folds of Christian couldn't have been an easy task and that he did he used some large buckets of alcohol to get the job done? Well, he was a real person and you're absolutely right. He was the person who brought the faith to Ireland, there was an earlier missionary actually who tried and ran from the place screening. The iris was such a hard nut to crack. But he got a commission from the Pope to bring the faith to Ireland and by all historical accounts he did. He almost single handedly within his own lifetime, turned an entire island from being druids, which was a very dark and sinister religion into Christians. So it really is a singular accomplishment.
No. 22 TCU routs No. 12 K-State 80-67 in Big 12 tourney
"Number 22 TCU stunned 12th ranked Kansas state 80 to 67. Mike miles junior was TCU scoring co leader with 22 points. We came out kind of slow, you know, they got to I forgot what the score was, maybe 9 to two. But, you know, the first media timeout we all came together knew we had to do, you know, making play defense and you know, when you make shots, everything's better. And the other quarter is the Texas longhorns, eliminated Oklahoma state, 61 47, unranked eye was state pulled off the day's other upset with a 78 72 win over number ten Baylor. Third ranked Kansas handled West Virginia 78 61. Greg eklund Kansas City
"baylor" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Yes, we are back. Another episode of dice it up, you know me, you know, you do know that I'm a huge University of Texas Homer and while my family was probably upset with the result of the game the other night, what a joy it is to watch our guests play basketball. My God. Sarah Andrews. Junior guard from Bailey university. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. So I will not what I did to your horns. Hello. I'm gonna let you get into that whenever you ask, we can get into it. It's all good. It's all good. No, no, no. It was an incredible performance, and I feel like every time Texas was about to make a run, like Sarah just went off with some crazy shot that I don't think you got a single foul call, though, on any of those finishes. I did. I think I deserved a few a ones, but it's okay. I agree. I've said my things on Twitter about the big 12 officials, but I'll keep it quiet for now. I don't want another conference being mad at me for stuff I say. Anyway, so Sarah, I Bailey, you're third year production is crazy. I mean, you're playing a ton compared to your freshman year on a team that went almost to the national championship, take me back to what really brought you to Baylor. I mean, I know the year before you got there, they won a national championship, I guess, in between COVID years, right? So what is it about Baylor and Waco for people who don't know about Waco other than what's the show that's filmed there? Chip and Joan. When they do the houses, yes. Yeah. I don't know the show, but yeah, chip and Joanne sounds familiar. So what is it? What drew you to Baylor? First and foremost, I think the biggest thing for me was I wanted to be able to play in front of my family. I wanted them to be able to see me grow as a woman on and off the court. And then second was being away from home, you know, I wanted to have a second family. I wanted to be like, who was I going to lean on when times got rough? Because I knew I wasn't going to be able to run home. So who was I going to leave when times got rough? And I had also seen what coach monkey had did with the guards before me. I went to the same high school as Odyssey and Alexis and had the same coaches do. And they were just people that I looked up to. And I saw the great things that she had there with them, and I was like, I want to be a part of that. Honestly, these numbers that Baylor are like John dropping. When you go back and look at and she was defensive player of the year a couple of times too, I think. Yes. I mean, I can go down a rabbit hole that honestly, but I did not realize y'all went to the same high school. That's nutty. That's a team. So you all were there, did y'all cross pass like your freshman year or no? Oh, we did when I got high school. She became like a mentor and a big sister to me and still to this day like I call her every day. She gives me advice. No matter what it is, she tells me what I need to hear and not what I want to hear because at the end of the day, she's played at the level of where I want to be at. She was hooping AAU this weekend, just absolutely. Yeah, she's putting some numbers up. Yeah. I feel like Odyssey is like timeless. Life, you just her game is so timeless. It translates so well over the years. She always finds a way back in the W, always finds a way to be on a team that's doing well where she needs to play minutes. I feel like that's a really cool mentor for you to have. Yes, very yes. I love her to death. Yeah. Your Baylor team though. I mean, the names on that roster are ridiculous. I mean, you got it's littered with WNBA players. And players who are stars that still a Bailey like yourself and Caitlin, but DJ nay, who is one of ISIS good friends. Connecticut ties. You've got Melissa. And of course, our first advertising up guest Dede, who we love. Yeah. You should ask Sarah. What was the question we asked about that NCAA tournament run? Oh, just, I feel like, you know, around this time, everybody's getting into tournament time, right? You're preparing for conference tournaments and just how to make a run, like how to have endurance. I kind of wanted to ask you is, you know, one of the leaders of your team, so they depend on you for a lot of different things, both sides of the basketball. How do you have endurance during this time? Like, how do you make sure that you and your team aren't fatigued, mentally or physically to keep it going? I think it's about matured in that area. You had to learn how to take care of your body. You got to eat right. You got to get the proper sleep. And you have to sacrifice the things you want to do for the things you need to do. Like, hey, we might want to go out and have fun, but we know we got to get ready and prepare for the NCA tournament. And it's about going to the tournament. You have to understand everybody's zero zero. Records don't matter at that point. It's about on that night who's playing a best basketball because anybody can be beat. So I think the biggest thing is about keeping everybody's mindset on, knowing like teams are going to go and run is basketball. It's just about staying together and being connected and just trusting the process. Yeah. And then what about for you personally? I mean, we've seen you have some crazy big games this season. We've seen you be the Naismith player of the week, ESPN player of the week, national player of the week. You know, just going into tournament time, you're one of the names that people will know probably, right? Depending on whoever you play. So how do you keep yourself at the top, but also expecting to see a level of pressure and a level of attention no matter who you're going to blame. I think it's like what you said, how my teammates look at me as the leader on the floor. If I look like things are going wrong and I'm worried, then they're going to assume everything's worried but if I'm staying calm and they make me a better player and a better person, they find me in spots and make my life easier when they're making layups when they're getting me open shots and I think I just feed off of them and I just want to be the best version of them so we can go out and win. I think it's about staying consistent every night in the tournament. I think I have to build off this Texas game and just be consistent from here on out.
The latest in sports
"AP sports. I'm Bruce Morton. The NBA's longest win streak of the season has ended at 16 Joel embiid's three ball with 42 seconds left, lifted the sixers to a come from behind one 33 one 30 victory over the bucks. Elsewhere the pistons continue to sputter falling to Cleveland one 14 to 90. College baskets number 9 Texas ended its regular season on a happy note thumping third ranked Kansas 75 59. In another top ten battle, fourth ranked UCLA defeated number 8 Arizona 82 73. Plenty of upsets on Saturday 24th ranked Texas a and M shocked number two Alabama 67 61. Iowa state defeated 7th ranked Baylor 73 58. Other ranked teams biting the dust were number 11 Kansas state and number 12 Tennessee. Hockey, the NHL's hottest team did what it's been doing all season when the bruins won their tenth in a row, beating the rangers four to two. Bruce Morton AP sports
Iowa State ends 4-game skid with 73-58 win at No. 7 Baylor
"Iowa state went into Waco and entered a four game skid by downing 7th ranked Baylor 73 58. Bears coach Scott drew. Hopefully everyone had had a bad game at once and get it out of the system, get us refocused and reset for the conference tournament. Jaron Holmes had 16 points. Trade king provided 13 and Gabe calls for 12 in the cyclones first game since Caleb grill was dismissed from the team this week. Adam flagler nailed 5 three pointers while scoring 20 points to what was likely the bears final big 12 home game in 35 year old Pharrell center. I'm Dave ferry.
The latest in sports
"AP sports, I'm sure Freeman, the Los Angeles Lakers could be without LeBron James for several weeks, James has suffered a foot injury with more test results pending. A huge loss for the Charlotte hornets, lamella ball broke his ankle, while injured himself on a non contact play, he had 18 points on 6 three pointers in Charlotte's one 17 one O 6 weight over Detroit. Jimmy Butler took over in the final minute and a half to help lead Miami to a one O one 99 win at Philadelphia. We got some stocks, got out in transition. In Juan, no matter how we do it, we got one on the road. Here in Philly, and that's all we want. James Harden had a chance to win the game for the sixers, but his three pointer at the buzzer bounced out. New York over Boston one O 9 94 and Orlando beat New Orleans one O one 93. Jimmy haslam from the NFL's Cleveland Browns is now in the NBA as well. He has purchased 25% stake in the Milwaukee Bucks from bucks co owner, Marc lasry. In the NHL, Colorado best at Las Vegas for nothing that's a 6th straight win for the ebbs and right wing mikko rantanen. I think the defensive habits we have been we've been really, really good at those better than we were before, you know, and even if we're not playing that great overall, we're just still defending hard. Vancouver top Dallas 5 four and overtime, Anaheim for Chicago two, Ottawa beats Detroit 6 to two Boston overcame two goals from high scoring Conor McDavid to win their 7th in a row. Grew in Nick foligno, says giving up to two on contested goals to McDavid as a reminder, the bruins aren't perfect. Don't get me wrong. Guys, best player in the world, obviously. But, you know, you give them a couple, right? And I think in our game, if we can limit those, we just become a more dangerous team. And I think that's something that we can work towards and just understanding how crucial those little moments are and not giving teams momentum. Barry traps will be the new GM in Nashville. He takes over the summer for the retiring David poyle. NFL quarterback Carson Wentz has been released after one season with Washington, college basketball, 7th ranked Baylor by 6 over Oklahoma state. Check Freeman. AP sports.
No. 9 Baylor rallies after George injury to beat No. 8 Texas
"Jalen bridges scored 17 points and 9th ranked Baylor overcame a big deficit in the first half to beat number 8 Texas. 81 72. The bears fell behind 18 four before going on a 25 5 run. Baylor coach Scott drew, our defense was good enough early on where we weren't down 20 until we figured things out offensively. Adam flagler had 14 points. Dale bonner chipped in 13 and flow farmer had 12 with 12 rebounds. Dylan de Sue had a season high 24 points for Texas, which entered the game tied for the big 12 lead. The longhorns are 11 and 5 in the conference, the bears ten and 6. I'm Dave ferry.
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:40 p.m. EST
"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree. We start in college basketball where there were four top 25 matchups throughout the country Tuesday in Manhattan, Kansas, Kansas state, dropped 9th ranked Baylor as chianti Johnson scored a game high 25 points for the wildcats in a 75 65 win. Elsewhere 8th ranked Texas roughed up Iowa state 72 54, wade Taylor the fourth scored 25 points as 25th ranked Texas a and M upset 11th ranked Tennessee 68, 63. Tenth ranked marquette got by 19th ranked creighton 73 71, Villanova took down 16th ranked Xavier 64 63 and in their first home game since an on campus mass shooting 8 days prior, Michigan state knocked off 17th ranked Indiana 80 to 65. On the ice Carolina got by St. Louis four one, a golden to assist from Andres fetch and the red wings dropped the capitals three one pairs suitor scored twice for Detroit. And in the NBA, the Atlanta Hawks fired head coach Nate McMillan Tuesday, less than two years after he got to the team to the Eastern Conference Finals. I'm Josh Brown tree, AP sports.
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 10:33 p.m. EST
"AP sport time Josh Brown tree. We started college basketball where there were four top 25 matchups throughout the country Tuesday. In Manhattan, Kansas K state dropped 9th ranked Baylor more from correspondent Greg eklund. First year head coach Jerome Tang and assistant coach at Baylor for 19 years, savored Kansas state's 75 65 win over the bears. It's not the who we played or winning that, but the environment tonight and just to turn out the crowd, the energy, I mean, every coach's dream K state trailed by three at halftime but came out firing in the second half behind chianti Johnson, who scored a game high 25 points, 16 of the second half. While Kant's point guard marquise Noel chipped in with 1410 from the free throw line, but he also had ten assists and no turnovers. Elsewhere 8th ranked Texas roughed up Iowa state 72 54, wade Taylor the fourth scored 25 points as 25th ranked Texas a and M, dropped 11th ranked Tennessee 68, 63, tenth ranked marquette got by 19th ranked creighton 73 71, and in their first home game since an on campus mass shooting 8 days prior, Michigan state knocked off 17th ranked Indiana 80 to 65. On the ice Carolina took down St. Louis Tuesday, four to one, a goal in two assists from Andrei svechnikov. There's been a while for me, like I said, and whatever is called a score and gives you a little bit conference and you just tried to boss out there and knowing the creative and more chances. That's what I was doing today. The red wings dropped the capitals three one as suitor scored twice for Detroit. Well, I mean, every point mathers ever get matters and you think it's just also building something how we play how we win games and just trying to continue that. And in the NBA, the Atlanta Hawks fired head coach Nate McMillan on Tuesday, less than two years after he guided the team to the Eastern Conference Finals. I'm Josh rowntree, AP sports.
Johnson leads No. 14 K-State to 75-65 win over No. 9 Baylor
"First year head coach Jerome Tang and assistant coach at Baylor for 19 years, savored Kansas state's 75 65 win over the bears. And it's not the who we played or winning that, but the environment tonight and just to turn out the crowd, the energy, I mean, every coach's dream K state trailed by three at halftime but came out firing in the second half behind chianti Johnson, who scored a game high 25 points, 16 of the second half. While Kant's point guard marquise Noel chipped in with 1410 from the free throw line, but he also had ten assists and no turnovers. Greg eklund, Manhattan, Kansas
No. 5 Kansas rallies in 2nd half, beats No. 9 Baylor 87-71
"5th rank Kansas came away with an 87 71 win over number 9 Baylor despite trailing by 12 at halftime. Dewan Harris provided all 14 of his points while the jayhawks outscored the bears 55 26 in the second half. I just needed to be aggressive. I knew that and I had the opportunity to get it in driving lanes and my teammates found me too, so all the credit goes to my teammates too. Jalen Wilson led KU with 21 points and 13 rebounds. KJ Adams had 17 points and great dick 16. The bears were led by Adam flagler with 22 points. Chianti, George with 20, and LJ cryer with 15. I'm Dave ferry.
"baylor" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
".85 points per possession. What do we think it's going to do? Hostile territory, what do we think it's going to do to Kentucky and rap arena? Tough one. All right. Kentucky got the win against Mississippi state on the road. Little ugly, who cares? You got the win. You needed it. Now, can you respond wildcats? And get a second straight win here. And in doing so, just vault your resume because a loss and you're still you're dancing on the bubble. You're sitting right there on the fence. This way or the other way. I am gonna, you said balls minus four, that's obviously the Ken palm line. Well, that actually be the line for Caesar's when it comes out. I will go, I will go Kentucky to cover this line. Just shame me if we hop on the Sunday pod and we're talking about Tennessee win this game by 12 points. Because I should know better, but I'm going to trust that Kentucky is going to show up ready to play Jacob toppin. We'll have another really good game. She Wei will be up and running and a plus on the floor. And they will get good guard play. Case and Wallace, ready to go. You know? I'll take Kentucky to cover plus four in its home building in a very urgent spot. Kentucky fans are living and dying with every single game here. This is a tasty one. Give me the wildcats. There's obviously been some big results over the past couple of nights. I don't know that anyone is bigger for a coach than John calipari winning at Mississippi state. Like they really, really, really needed that. That was a nice win. Here, yeah, I'll take Kentucky plus the points. I think in our official picks on CBS sports dot com. I can't remember. But I think I took Kentucky to cover Tennessee to win. Yeah, I did. Yeah, that's what I did. Tennessee to win Kentucky to cover, but I'll take just like getting four points inside rup arena with a team that was pre season number one at Ken palm. It's just hard to turn that down. So I'm not gonna turn it down. Game three. 4 p.m. eastern. Number 9 Baylor at number 5 Kansas inside Bill self field House. You can watch that one on ESPN. Kim pom has a Kansas minus four. Baylor, ten and one, and it's that last 11, you can make the case. Kansas has been tremendous, but you can make the case over the past 5 weeks. Baylor has been the best team in the country. Developing as was a common suspicion amongst national media heading into the season that daily might have the best three guard attack in the country and between flagler crier and George, that is becoming the case, if not the case. And this is the kind of game where if Baylor is able, it's able to go in to build self fieldhouse and get a road win I think we've talked about in the pod and about Baylor national title contender. This is the team. It's been a couple of weeks now that we've been talking about this team kind of returning to form and Jonathan chambal chacha, getting not just playing time, but the Latin even shoot from deep and he's four of 9 for three point range so far since coming back from a brutal knee injury. By the way, CJ Moore wrote a really good story. Czar actually wrote two really good stories for the athletic. If you have not read them, do check them out. One is on Jonathan chambal and then a really, really good story. He wrote a couple of weeks back on KJ Adams, who is among the more entertaining players in the country, just a super versatile power wing and so go check those out if you haven't read those already. I really hope we get just an awesome classic jayhawks bears game here GP. This is game three as a reminder, but as another reminder, you don't have to follow your own rules. I'm going to take Baylor to cover. So I've got Kentucky at home being plus foreign covering. I'm gonna take Baylor on the road being plus four and covering this spot, but on the site, I'm gonna have Baylor covering, I will take Kansas to win, let's hope this one has decided, you know, in the final couple of possessions there and what should be a beautiful, beautiful game. This is obviously the best match of the weekend. Okay, this works well for me. Because I'll just lay Kansas for under inside Allen fieldhouse basically every game. But. It's got dru with the drew family is listening. I didn't want
Flagler scores 28, No. 14 Baylor rallies to beat No. 17 TCU
"Adam flagler and LJ crier carried 14th ring Baylor to a 72 68 victory at TCU. Flagler port in 28 points, including 16 straight for the bears in the second half. It means a lot, you know, at the end of the day, we want to win every game. And with big 12, it's literally like a marshmallow game every time we step on the court. Crier furnished 23 points for the bears, who overcame a ten point deficit just over a month after wasting a 17 point lead in a loss to the horned frogs. Damien ba had 16 points in ten assists, but he missed a potential game tying jumper for the horned frogs with three seconds remaining. I'm Dave fairy.
Ron Guidry: The Incredible Team of the 1985 Yankees
"1985 you have this amazing season You had one of the most amazing lineups behind you in baseball history We're talking to Ron guidry one of the greatest pitchers in the history of baseball You had Mattingly You had wind field You had Baylor You had I was Jack Clark on that team too you had Willie Randolph I mean you had one of the most amazing pagliarulo He was like your number 7 hitter and he hit 30 home runs or something You had an incredible team That must have helped you that year Well it certainly I mean because you know when you go out I mean look every time you go out you want to pitch a shutout but it ain't going to work that way So you go out knowing that even if you have a bad game like I said and you give up three or four runs You know your team is capable of scored And if they don't then you chalk it up to a bad day Okay So the other guy did his job a little bit better than I did mine So he wins But when you go out there you always going out there knowing that you have a chance to win the game As long as you keep the game close like I said about the playoff game My job every time that I stepped out there was just keep this game close Sure I'd like to win the game because at the end of the year if I got a ten and ten but I should have won 25 games they're not going to pay me on this should have won 25 games Because I won ten That's it Gator they pay me on the ratings They don't care what the rating should have been All they care about what the ratings are gator Whatever they are today when we're talking that's how you get paid So what I want to do though I took more pride in leaving the mound known that my team was in a position to win Because after all if we win a hundred games we're going somewhere So that's right That was what's most poor sure I enjoyed winning the games but it was more important to always give my team an opportunity to win the games that I was pitching in
"baylor" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver
"Still see you in your bibles still having joy even in the midst of trial in in. That's what i saw my grandmother. She talked about visiting the bugs. She really suffered physically in so really bad. Like had i don't know how many hip replacements and all these difficult bangs in so she I remember one weekend. She had just had a hip replacement. My sister and i went up to visit her and in we walked in or she told us. Don't even tell you know you come in and say goodbye in the morning in so we walked in it even in the middle of pain you know. She was just joyful loving on as concerned about us and in. So that's what we saw. That's what what was you can't fake that you know when you're in the middle of really bad pain on in so that joy came out in it really comes from bottom line staying in the word and if we stop reading our bibles we become dry on the inside anyhow you know in in in in how do we handle these situations for not in the bible starts consistent fundamental basics so yeah and i think i think encountering the god of the bible as well. You know where it's like. We're we're really approaching the word as this is god's word to my heart in and found you know it's so funny because i was raised in a christian home and a wonderful church. I didn't really learn the disciplines of quiet time and really being in the word until i was twenty eight years of all old and really begin to learn how to read the word in a way that it became alive. And i think that's what you're saying. You can't fake hunger like that. That hunger is created from meeting jesus and then all of a sudden. You can't get enough of it. Yeah and i think to if you don't feel that hunger right now that doesn't mean it's not gonna come you just practice you read you. Read you. Read in god. What night that he made. Increase your faith you know. Are you going to keep studying your bible even when you don't feel that response when you're reading it so i just challenging. Stay in the words. That's so good. I one of my favorite verses is founded infusions and say i keep praying that the spirit of wisdom and revelation will help you know him better and so approaching the word you know not just not just opening the book but inviting the holy spirit to make it come alive. I know for me changed everything. So here you are here. You are with such a rich legacy of light of faith having three beautiful girls that you get to pour into a how old are they. So my oldest is nineteen and eighteen in fifteen so my oldest is gonna do cosmetology school. She's kinda working away through that in on my middle one is just choosing the pre law. Track she studied russian row at baylor and then my youngest is a freshman in high school in so the interesting stages to be an and but it keeps me on my knees a lot. I i just think about the ages. How how did how did your walk with. Jesus what did it look when you had two babies under to. Oh it was. It was crazy because they felt like twins..
"baylor" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids
"Maybe this could be his favorite food. So are you ready to follow me to one more animal that we have? Yes, the boys say. And they walk again to the other side of the building, pass through a small hallway, open up a huge door, continue all the way to the end of the other side of the animal shelter. They enter into a small room and hear we are Karen the caretaker says. But where are the enemas? They are right. There. When at that moment, Karen the caretaker opens a lid from a huge box that is filled with sand entered. This is the home of Willie the worm. And his extended family, of course. Question. Do worms have eyes? No. Correct. Do worms have flex. No one says. And last question, do worms have arms? No, bailor says. Amazing. Get her in the cardigan says. It seems like you know a lot about worms. That is awesome. And then afternoon, Brent Lee Bowen and Baylor helped Karen the caretaker to look after pineapple, watermelon, and mister grape, the three giraffes. They feed mister snow cone the chocolate bubble gum vanilla ice cream. And they make sure to check in with Willie the worm and his extended family. When soon enough, the afternoon comes.
"baylor" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"They've gone the top ten route in the past right. They've done that with with quincy miller. Jerry jones isaiah austin early on in his career in his tenure. But i think now you know you find those guys that are a little bit more suited to baylor benefits. Better fits better fits and i. You know. I gotta rank like tan right now. Who do you think who do you think is back for baylor. Nex year butler gone. I think i'm mitchell gone on. Vitals scout obvious lyles obviously gone on. Emesa take gone so like matt. Meyer adam flagler. J. the ask good chow more. Chuck out your josh lewin. Yes and they get again. They get three guys that they think could be. All be impact is next year. They're going to start off. You know they like eljay. Cryer law to lay like a lot. Right that'll be key. Eljay cryer will be very very important because if he can be a high level point guard. And the great thing for him is obviously. He's learned this year practicing against butler mitchell teague flagler. That's pretty good that's pretty. You're not doing better than that right. Now it's a that's certainly gonna teach some things. They'll they'll be good and your i defend is really important guy bad carry. Oh i mean quincy didn't fit for them to me i always. Where do you think me would have said mexico state something like that. I didn't stop the toxin player. I don't know like jerry jones. I love because he was the sweetest kid in the world does too nice. He was through nice. And ostracized. austin. You know was really nice to. I blew my shoes the nba combine. And i'd never met when miller and we were in the same group and he just gave me his shoes. Wow that's impressive. Quincy miller's problem was he was ranked too high and he'd be bought into it anyway before we go. Let's spend about three or four minutes on gonzaga we've talked exclusively about baylor so far Do question again. A lot of people now are going to have this kind of mantra. well here. We go again with kazakh. They can never buy yawning. Rub you got plenty of sleep last night. Trying to eight view is the three. I believe in titus data a weekend serve. That's true in think. Like i know the mid major not major but the west coast conference. Narrative is going to come back. That didn't affect them against usc that was playing as well as anybody that didn't affect them. Ucla play the perfect game. The perfect game. Yeah and i think maybe that was a little bit of foreshadowing that you know maybe is going to have a hard time with bill guards but the second best team in college basketball and you play who. You're supposed to plan your conference. They tried to play all these people they they played isla. They tried to play baylor like mark trying to play whoever he could grams awesome. awesome mark. you did a great job and generate better team and that happens you know. it's not..
"baylor" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"Shelly Valentine yeah, nice talk to another on the drop the stuff. When did he try to find out how that went that you'd go assignment went anyway, so Scott drew to me the more you get to know him. The more you realize it's real like it is absolutely there is no phoniness in it. He is the nicest human being the most optimistic happy. I mean I talked to him he hasn't slept and I talked to him a couple of hours ago. He did it today show and he got on the phone with me and he would have talked for twenty minutes but like 5 minutes in he left off with hay and you know my daughter, you know, not a sports fan until two years ago became a huge sports fan started doing Media stuff during the pandemic. Honestly. It's a probably keep her busy and keep her engaged and and doing things and the first guy the literally the first coach that sorry SOB. It's like this is the greatest thing ever that she's doing it. Let me know whenever I can be on and she can interview me and he kept asking and telling me hey get tired to do more get her to do more with you and her should do them together on a pod. Like he just he gets it. It's he's his heart of workers he is and I talked to his family about it last night his wife Kelly home and it's kids he works so hard puts everything he can into his job. But but also his so much about family and Faith obviously, right? Yeah. I mean, I've got a good story about Scott and just like kind of how he is and this was two years ago. Now we were doing Baylor Kansas State in Manhattan. And this was with life the the dean Wade come out stoked very Brown teams. Like they were good. And Baylor is in Manhattan and there is a crazy snow storm coming like dead. Overnight or yeah, it was overnight. It was going to like roll into the morning. And if you ever been to Manhattan, the airport is Tiny. I cannot imagine that they have lunch the ability to D ice planes or maybe do I doubt it though. It's a really small airport. So I've got a flight next morning like at 6 a.m. To 5 Chicago and I've got to drive to Champaign to do a game for Big Ten Network box was a Saturday night. This is a Sunday like at noon start. So I'm cutting it like super close and my partner Rich Hollenberg is got a fly back to Tampa. I think his daughter had like a dance recital or something that he had to be home for you. So we were talking to shoot around us got about it. And he was like, well, we're leaving her after the Game Stop on our plane and fly back from Dallas and we were like, oh we do that like illegal is it legal? Is it a loud? And he was like, yeah, let us check it out and and make sure that we have room on the plane. But if we do just fight Waco drive to Dallas and wage. Get out and literally I want to say they lost in most coaches after they lose are like they don't want to see you totally not a hundred percent sure. I want us to do they lost the game and Scott was like, I mean, he left his flying the plane and he asked us if we need a ride to Dallas as if that's like ten minutes away and it's like 3 a.m. Because I need a ride to Dallas and Rich. They're like, no we'll rent a car and we'll drive so we get into Dallas at like no 3:30 and was we were on like,.
"baylor" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"After coming back from covet. Because they played right away against iowa state played against again against kansas. There were just too many games stacked up upon each other that they really never had a chance. Think losing earlier than expected in the big twelve tournament. I think it helped them. I think they went home. They can regroup. They can of get focused on getting their defense back and man. Those these last few games are were but as dominant of of performances. I can remember against houston wasn't even gained right. it was it was a complete beatdown against gonzaga. The team that everybody was ready to write the stories. I mean you don't know how many of my friends were ready to write the stories Jeff pohjola about gonzaga being one of the greatest teams ever. Where do they stack up. And i'm like yeah i just. I think baylor's are better team here now. Baylor death is what stands out to me. We just we kind of talked about that. With meyer and flagler you know you get off to a bad start when your best player. Foul trouble core. Kiss doesn't shoot it well and doesn't really. I felt like he didn't have great looks. you know. i didn't feel like he ever really got good. Looks at the basket drew. Timmy gets slowed down. It was just you get punched in the mouth like that immediately and it wasn't just a punch like they they knock gags aga- out in the rob rob when that has happened to you when that is happening. You gimme gimme an example of when you went out there with good purdue team and you knew. The other team was better. What are you thinking early on or even when you go out there and three three have a great example from purdue do big tennessee challenge two thousand nine it was such a high game warlike like six. They're like four. They're bringing it the team that the next year will in the national championships. So it's like it's john. Shire gerald henderson. Brian zubac lance thomas. Kyle singler really good team really. Good team pauses off the bench What was the nolan on. That team was the nolan on that one team. Yep yep no one was there they had a bunch of guys and i have never part of this duke part of this was the atmosphere and honestly it helped us down the road because i thought that it helped us win games the next year from being in this situation but when you come out to warm for the game starts with an hour pre-game and it's full and like the buzz and the arena is like i mean we we out to such a bad start. I missed the point blank lab. We're down like fourteen two four and it was just kind of like do i just. I'm looking at some of these guys. And i just think that they're better. They are better than us right now. Joe henderson made a move. Where i swear to god he made a spin move and finger old it down to the rim. It's like i remember. I love to see the play now. 'cause i'm sure he did but it was like..
"baylor" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"National title Scott drew. Like is it surreal? I mean you grew up following Scott drew and Homer and in in Bryce, is it surreal? Like, can you believe that Baylor won the National Championship dead know only because it's not really a violent thing. It's more of like, I remember when he left Valpo as the head coach to go to Baylor and like they just had a player murder another player game. That's How do you come back from that and I think you know, they certainly had some some struggles and the penalties they received were were I mean, you know what hath it's fair, but they for a guy coming in and it's amazing the way that he's turned the program around and I mean they're they're team if they don't get covid-19. A big-time player and making a you know, a kind of shot Nancy Turner, but Scott was a big part of that Scott was the one that was going out in recruiting and and you know, he was a huge part of his dad staff. So I'm certainly proud in that regard but you know, they certainly deserve it and a lot of those kids came back this year because there last year, you know get an opportunity, you know, I feel bad for it. I I saw him at the three extra use step C played was Dave, you know him in front of what about reading my last total both those dudes, right? I feel bad that you know this they just didn't get an opportunity. But what a performance wage, um, it was really a beat down and they they proved that they are you know, the the class of college basketball this year. Yeah. I mean listen, I picked Baylor to one at all before the exam before they charge me that I'm gonna do cuz I get enough wrong, but I didn't think it would go like it went last night. Let's let's face it like nobody thought it would be that dominating but early on Rob Know if you felt the same way first four minutes. It was like, whoa. Okay, the athleticism toughness the tenacity the defense that was the whole part that.
"baylor" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"Welcome to knee last regular season of the humble podcast. I'm jeff goodman these row. Hubble and It's over rob your back home and you watch your boys from valpo win. The national title scott drew back. Is it surreal. I mean grew up. Following scott drew at homer. Bryce is it surreal like. Can you believe that baylor won the national championship. No only because it's not really a thing it's more of like i remember when he left valpo oppo as the head coach they go to baylor aged player murder another player. Like that's how you come back from that. And i think you know. They certainly had some some struggles in the penalties received. Were or i mean you know with what happened fair. But they forgot coming in. It's it's amazing the way that he's turned the program around and their team if they don't get covid this year we could be talking about them isn't undefeated team. I really believe that. They were role. I saw him in person and in january and they just their depth was so elite. They have elite guard. Play scott drew a really good coach. I don't think that people maybe have given him credit for that. And there's been a lot of stories written about that as this is kinda like matriculated into them being a really good team this year. But yeah i'm definitely proud. I mean the job that homer drew. Did it volvo. was incredible. Bryce was so well known as as a big time player and making a i kind of shot in the ncaa tournament but scott was a big part of that scott was the one that was going out in recruiting. And you know. He's a huge part of his dad staff. So i'm certainly proud in that regard but they certainly deserve it and a lot of those kids came back this year because last year you'll get an opportunity you know. I feel bad for and i saw him at. The three youths played was devante bandou. Yeah you know him in front of the sp sp totally both those dudes. I feel bad that you know this didn't get an opportunity. But what a performance it was really a down and they. They proved that they are. You know the class of college basketball this. Yeah i mean listen. I picked baylor to win at all before the season before the chart i got kiss. I get enough wrong. But i didn't think it was. It went last night. Let's let's face it like nobody thought it would be that dominating but early on rob. I don't know if you felt the same way. I four minutes. It was like whoa okay. The athleticism toughness the tenacity. The the defense. That was the part that blew me away. Rob right away of like all right like inserts picked up to quit but i'm not even sure it would have mattered like taylor wasn't getting by dudes. And if he was they had great great. Help defense all all men. Now i they understand the roles. You have big time printer defenders in david mitchell. Injured butler. you've you can..
"baylor" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"And I not that I didn't think he's going to go up and dunk on somebody, but I thought maybe he'd have a little bit of a float off. We're finished with it off hand and his jumper just everything seems short. And if you just looking at the box score and some clips wasn't terrible numbers you had 12 points on 5 or 12 from the field and 2% for three bulbs. You just looked out of sorts. It didn't it wasn't the top ten guy that we pushed up all year just because of it wasn't going to be surprised what he gave you is going to be for spacing ultimate stuff off the bounce Baylor was just hyper aggressive and and even the shots you made were were tough ones. Like they were all over him all game long do we think in look like I don't want to make excuses for him necessarily he played poorly in his What It Is Well the way every single jumper was off. I was like honestly kind of texting with someone I was like, so we think he's like not healthy because it just didn't the jumper just didn't even look as clean off. You know what I mean? Right? Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. I'm going to be interested to see if something comes out later and like it probably won't cuz he's dead. Call about like leadership and toughness and everything like that, but I don't know that whole thing was weird to me. I thought I thought it was very weird. But just raised he can raise all of it. If he does the song. I don't want to say Steph Curry slump but you remember early in the year when Steph wasn't as hockey released that video of him hitting 117 threes in a row and Corey kispert does one of those pre drafts and League sit out there. This'll kind of be forgotten a little bit. Yeah. I mean, I will say he changed my opinion of him a little bit. Like look I'm going to have him like borderline Lottery like something like that like probably a top fifteen sixteen guy, but I mean like I probably take Chris Duarte ahead of him. Now, I would say oh, I love that spicy. Yeah some of the takes I'm just I'm afraid to really throw them out there. But again, I'm not a real big board. I was juggling those two names and I had to double-check the age. I think just purchased turned twenty-two and and yeah our friend Chris were turned twenty-four so there is a little bit of an age discrimination. There but it's not crazy and athletically Duarte just a little bit more Twitchy. Yeah, and like I would still take kiss brood over Franz Wagner because I think the kiss Bert's ability to shoot is just a cleaner fit in today's NBA then what Franz does on defense Franz is really good on defense, but if you can't chew, it's just kind of hard for him and there's just a little bit more inconsistency there than what I would like and we know Corey's going to knock down 41% of his threes. Like that's just is who he is. Yeah. I'm going to be very interested to try and navigate that portion of my board. But yeah, he was not very good in the final four is a whole like you got burned defensively way too often and that's that that Rose alarm bells for NBA people that I talked to I would say drew timme. I'm not very good in this final either. I'll be honest. Like I didn't think he was great against UCLA. I know what the numbers say. No, I thought he did really well playing with four fouls and like continuing to walk. Test and like stepping into that charge for instance late in the game and then scoring at The Rim once I believe Cody Riley fouled out of that game..
"baylor" Discussed on Venturing Out
"That's what we want to encourage this club so it part of getting started From our commerce conversation earlier. Excuse me you told me that Baylor entrepreneurship club engages in things like different focus groups that are skill specific. Is that right correct. Yes so what does that look like. Yeah what it really looks like. His peer to peer mentor ship. Where you have people building interpersonal relationships with others who have complementary skill sets to them. You one thing. I really believe in as being a specialist. Not a generalist You know it's been my experience that if you're a generalist you're not that competitive right and so as a special shoe is for people who Compliment your abilities and skills. That's what our mentor. Ship program is really about so it. It's more While it is developing different skills it's also networking opportunity correct absolutely. Yeah and i think that's important too because nicot said you're a specialist. I mean you are the the the leader of what you do. So i always think about mario and luigi do you remember. Playing mario mario was always good at a lot of different things but luigi was able to jump the highest. I often went with luigi for some tasks. Because i needed to jump higher than mario is able to know. And i mean it's it's purely fact like i love luigi because of that because he was able to differentiate himself and set himself apart. But if you can't jump that high that's no problem right around your self with people who can And i think they would entrepreneurship club. And wouldn't nick is doing is creating a great networking opportunity for students. Who may be good at one thing to find others who compliment them so for example In a previous episode. Talk with or talked with doria and i am a awful content creator. My social media is the worst But i would love to have somebody like doria on my team and we do. Have somebody like dairy honor team. Gray smith who is a killer content creator and so that's what nick's talking about and that's why it's important to have these types of clubs because he can find people who compliment yourself and It really helps take your business near venture the next level. Yeah right so nick. We've got a lot of people who aren't from baylor who are also listening and they may not have an entrepreneurship club. What would you recommend being their first steps if they wanted to start an organization like this where they are. I think the first steps are really talk with people who are an admin people who are vice presidents people who are associate directors even directors other school and see. Hey what do we need here right Because those people oftentimes no the landscape better than most of the students and they really know how to service the market so to speak that are is the student body so i'd talked to them but also create a plan but then you also need a great team to execute a it. You know. I am no exception to the specialist role right. I am a specialist ended up myself I wouldn't know how to create content. Or you know. I don't even know how to sell that. Well but what. I do know how to do is to build a great team and so you need other people who can again be that complementary skill set in one of the things that struck me about baylor during my first week here. Is you know we have the foster. We have foster the business school. We have the bs be the better science building which is Full of pre and You know medical researchers and then we have the engineering building right and all three of these buildings are basically on the opposite ends of campus from each other. And it really struck me how The disparities right. You know business. People and pre meds and engineers don't make too much show. This club is really about building those barriers as well are start breaking down those barriers building. Bridges there yeah. That's awesome so nick for people at baylor who are listening Who may be interested in baylor entrepreneurship club. How can they joined. Yeah so the best thing that they can do is go to her. Instagram baylor underscore bbc as in bravo echo. Charlie and filter. An interest for me have their income to an experience going to be on march thirty first five thirty pm at started waco in downtown.
"baylor" Discussed on Venturing Out
"It's interesting beyond for four years right because you hear all these great ideas from people is that if they're execute upon change the world a very serious way. I always use the example of spacex rate. How many people before you on. Musk thought of reusable spaceship. Probably a lot. But how many actually get out there and execute upon it and build thing not that many and so you know patricia club. It's really a mindset shift. Right rather than sitting around and pontificating about ideas we really focus on. How do you put those ideas into action. You know even if it's something as small as bringing your product or your service to the farmers market and just selling it to people getting it in people's hands that's what we want to encourage this club so it part of getting started From our commerce conversation earlier. Excuse me you told me that Baylor entrepreneurship club engages in things like different focus groups that are skill specific. Is that right correct. Yes so what does that look like. Yeah what it really looks like. His peer to peer mentor ship. Where you have people building interpersonal relationships with others who have complementary skill sets to them. You one thing. I really believe in as being a specialist. Not a generalist You know it's been my experience that if you're a generalist you're not that competitive right and so as a special shoe is for people who Compliment your abilities and skills. That's what our mentor. Ship program is really about so it. It's more While it is developing different skills it's also networking opportunity correct absolutely. Yeah and i think that's important too because nicot said you're a specialist. I mean you are the the the leader of what you do. So i always think about mario and luigi do you remember. Playing mario mario was always good at a lot of different things but luigi was able to jump the highest. I often went with luigi for some tasks. Because i needed to jump higher than mario is able to know. And i mean it's it's purely fact like i love luigi because of that because he was able to differentiate himself and set himself apart. But if you can't jump that high that's no problem right around your self with people who can And i think they would entrepreneurship club. And wouldn't nick is doing is creating a great networking opportunity for students. Who may be good at one thing to find others who compliment them so for example In a previous episode. Talk with or talked with doria and i am a awful content creator. My social media is the worst But i would love to have somebody like doria on my team and we do. Have somebody like dairy honor team. Gray smith who is a killer content creator and so that's what nick's talking about and that's why it's important to have these types of clubs because he can find people who compliment yourself and It really helps take your business near venture the next
"baylor" Discussed on Venturing Out
"At home just maybe start by telling us a little bit about yourself. Give us some context. Absolutely my name is nick. I'm the founder and ceo of jerome parks rider based startup. I'm also the founder and president of the bitter entrepreneurship club more commonly known as back. I graduated from high school in two thousand sixteen actually co-founded drawn partial wide Graduating ran up for four years and then had to shut down due to code biz for years. We're really great. Time in my life. And i think from teach a class on not to help. Young women learn to fly drones to fly with veterans To give a tax talk and ultimately break a world record for flying the most amount of drones at one time so it's been a great entrepreneurial journey and we look forward to sharing more about that and more about the the entrepreneurship club today. Yeah that's incredible in which you just talked about. That's the purpose of why we're here. Today is to talk about the baylor entrepreneurship club so you came from. High school. started up a fulltime entrepreneur. And then you decided to take a nontraditional route come back to university and thankfully you chose baylor and and you got here and you recognize that. There wasn't an entrepreneurship club in there. Hasn't been one so. What is the baylor entrepreneurship club. Give us some context behind that. So the entrepreneurship club is a group of interdisciplinary action. Focus students with christian values Who believe that. They can make an impact on the world by starting companies nonprofits and churches right and so help me understand what. Your role is for the entrepreneurship club. Well as founder and present my role is really to make sure that we saw defining vision and that we ultimately executed particles in timely manner and ultimately provide value for our members. So really just making sure that You know our team is healthy and our goals are execute upon so you run a lot of the large scale. I guess a thirty thousand foot level strategy is that correct. That's absolutely correct. Yes and for those who may not be familiar with what an entrepreneurship club is because it is different than an incubator program or an accelerator that a lot of Like venture capital firms will offer or nonprofits will offer Help us understand. What exactly entrepreneurship clubs are yup. So in general entrepreneurship clubs are the real world. Application of those things like you would learn. Incubator accelerator you. Know so much of entrepreneurship in my view is having that spark in that a ha moment and sort of that That just magical moment. Where your idea hits you You need that but you also need the right team next upon that and you know. That's where an entrepreneurship club comes in. Because i mean only be what you know but also who you know right so. Tell me the story of entrepreneurship club. Like how did you get to start bbc. What sparked that a ha that you just mentioned. Yeah well my Ha kind of road to damascus. Moment came The first week goes here. Baylor where you know. Here have the seventh best entrepreneurship program in the country. And it's amazing. You look at the slowest straight. He goes stanford harvard princeton ivy league. Ivy plus caltech baylor ivy league right but out of all these amazing schools. We're the only one who didn't have an entrepreneurship club and it was interesting. Talking with some people in some people in entrepreneurship department. I really felt like there was an opportunity to make a difference. Europe baylor and it's been great as well because you a baylor. We're one of the most up and coming schools. Our nation and were really focusing on you know tier one are one research that makes a big impact on people's lives but ultimately at the end of the day. It doesn't matter what the bsp's doing better science building right doesn't matter what we're researching if no one is getting out there and applying it and getting in the hands of people who can use it. So i really felt like. That's how i can make an impact here on this campus. So filling my gaps. What inspire you as when you came to bail you. Have this non. Traditional view of what entrepreneurship was like. You have a lot of context beyond what most students have reason being. You've done it And so in pure entrepreneurial fashion you saw a need and you executed on it. You saw that. Baylor was one of the top programs in the nation. Yet they didn't have a club that actually facilitated and encourage others now bear does have the also launched program which helps a lot of younger students excel or begin their venture. What i think you said. And what we what i know. We lack is the ability to reach other students on campus. Who may not be in the business school in have great ideas. I mean for example stem students. A lot of stem students are actual the the idea or the the originators of great ideas a lot of really good technology which is part of the reason. Baylor's pushing For the baylor research and innovation collaborative in the brick building to where we're trying to figure out how to commercialize the technology and a lot of the really cool things that are happening at baylor and from what. It sounds like you wanted to do that. Same thing from a student and entrepreneurial perspective is that right. That's that's absolutely right. Know because something like the covid vaccine right. I don't know the first thing about making a vaccine You know if it's anything beyond a band aid that's the extent of my medical knowledge however someone someone somewhere has decide. How do we make this vaccine work. Getting the hands of people and how do we ultimately me ultimately make it financially stable and that's where the business people come in that's with entrepreneurs come in But the problem with something like an incubator weren't exceleron or is that. That's just an extension of academics right. That's an extension of the side of entrepreneurship which is important right. But that's not all entrepreneurships about so. We had the academic side of entrepreneurship. But we didn't have that world aspect. So that's the gap. I wanted to fill in so being action focused. What ideas are what steps. Do you wanna take to actually help. Members be action focused. Yeah well it's a great question because it's interesting beyond for four years right because you hear all these great ideas from people is that if they're execute upon change the world a very serious way. I always use the example of spacex rate. How many people before you on. Musk thought of reusable spaceship. Probably a lot. But how many actually get out there and execute upon it and build thing not that many and so you know patricia club. It's really a mindset shift. Right rather than sitting around and pontificating about ideas we really focus on. How do you put those ideas into action. You know even if it's something as small as bringing your product or your service to the farmers market and just selling it to people getting it in people's hands.
"baylor" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"I talked about the money within the an-and minnesota yeah. They're playing better in avid. Listen i i haven't seen quit now. They want to three. They went to tcu. They beat oklahoma a little bit of that little bit. I won't lie so little. I got to see it up close and personal. He's not that far removed from being on the doorstep of the final four but three years. Yeah yeah that. Was the barry brown and dean wade and come out stokes teams. Yeah i i mean they certainly not an easy. But they've they were fourteen and four in eighteen thousand nine hundred and there were fourteen and four and for first in the league so they went to the lead in seventeen eighteen. And then i won the league. Two years ago years ago you had a catastrophic injuried derail. It would be way right so the last year or so. Yes they have been. They were last year. How good is their young talent rob. How good is young talent. Is i like him. I think you know the big kid davey on bradford is solid. He's huge. He's gotten a lot better. You know their guards day. Schwann gordon's a sophomore. Good rebounder. he hasn't shiloh from three this year. Naito pack it'd be the one where you're like he is. They're their best freshman. What what are they missing our experience from their mrs shotmaking and they turn the ball over like it's insane like it's on fire. You'd think the vast was flames. Coming out of it was the way they take care of the ball. Sometimes which grew ever coach team is what they do really guard. You guard like crazy. They've got to find people that can make some shots. Got a kid named self. Miguel that can make plays. But he's there's times where it's like. Man seldom he makes good playing around makes two plays. Or you're like. Oh my god you know like but i would. I wouldn't fibers. I think he's good. I think they've gone out of here. Yeah just to horrible years but to really good years before that to me you give him one more year and see what he can do with this group as they get a little bit older. All right steve pro next. Yeah oh she so this year. Rob the nicest human beings you'll ever meet. I always really enjoyed doing their games..
"baylor" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"Different, right Jericho SIMs card Jones Greg Brown know who else has three of those dudes Rob. Nobody My Level athletes. No, but my little skill guys know. But they don't look like the same team over the last month. They haven't they haven't they got a little bit back on track and they've got veteran guards. They've got veteran guard each other in the Huddle at West Virginia. Listen, you never fought each one more you never wanted to kick his ass had verbal arguments. I've never had to be held back from trying to find in a huddle. That's the Minnesota Timberwolves stuff from when I was a thousand that is that's some packet of stuff. Who did that who did that in Minnesota? Can you say no, you know what I'm saying? I can't say who who did but if I look at that roster that year I guarantee I could pick it out easily you would you would totally get it. But that's just that's with bad. Like I'm not saying you can arguments. I'm not saying you can't verbal disagreements, but to have it come to a point where two of your players are ready to fight each other. On National Television to me is a problem but a problem it can be fixed a problem. That can be I love your optimism. Okay, that's fine. I think they can you know, they can have it like a Kumbaya moment and ask it out together and get them right. I mean like how hard is it? I'm just probably over a girl part as long as I mean, it was probably overgrown somebody why know that it was probably over a girl. There's no way it was over a chick. Every disagreement is about paycheck not mid-game every if they got into it before practice, maybe I would agree with that. I give it a 0% chance zero zero percent Euro was over a girl at that point the game. It was over I guarantee you was over somebody box and like a pick-and-roll coverage or not doing what they were supposed to like blowing in multiple assignments. That's that was I thought it was. All right girl, and they have super problems when Texas is in the final for him and ask him if it was about a girl. Okay. I cannot wait. I cannot wait. I know.
"baylor" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"Are welcoming to another episode of the goodman manama focused. I'm jeff goodman is hummel and we don't have a guess for you this week. I feel like we've had guest every single week. Rob it's been a while right now. I think you just didn't faith in me that i could carry the pods. So you've been loading up on these guests. I don't know i. I think i missed you this week so i feel like we haven't had a chance to really talk. I haven't had a chance to make fun of your ninety nineteen inch vertical for while now we have no. I will tell you. We played basketball tonight. And i gotta steal in the open floor and went up off one and hammered it and i literally just i. Should've i should've like just like yelled out. Like take that goodman. And maybe you would have subconsciously. Been like wow. I think rodman just been hanging on rims all where you poke whatever. Those were like an earthquake hit massachusetts. That's what it was just knew that. I went up there and crack on well. I'm glad you're feeling good. I'm glad you're feeling healthy. Feeling we got. We got to win the gold in three on three so no excuses route. No excuses no excuses whatsoever and you know what no excuses for. The baylor bears the bears rob right here the jail. Somebody's not a front runner. Learn paying they lost last night. I'm where i know of credit giving credit the kansas fans man. They are on the they've been on me. Oh year if think. I hate bill self and you can attest to the fact that like i don't hate bill self and bill south doesn't game on the pod because you asked him it was because i did. That's for sure. I you know we're talking about this before and you you think about baylor and kansas has come a long way i dealt with is some too because i had a kansas came to east. They'd be kansas state and the game. I said i think they're ceiling if all goes well and perfect for them is the sweet sixteen and at the time. I thought that was fair. I think now you could lift that to the elite eight Do all the way to the final. Four things. Break right totally. Totally and part of that is. I think there's three teams right now. That are really good and everybody else is kind of in a different stratosphere. But when i said that i had a bunch of kansas people tweet and may two one win. They'd be. I forget who they who they beat after kansas state it god who was that they beat somebody decent conference play. Yeah they i mean. They went through a stretch there. I mean again. If you'd iowa state early then you know like easy. Stretch the iowa state twice in kansas state and then they beat somebody decent. I'm trying to think who it was regardless and after the game immediately what you still think. They're ceilings the sweet sixteen and of course it's fluid like even play better and worse Right you can your mind. We are allowed to change our mind like michigan. I didn't think michigan very good early. Well saying exactly like saying that. Hey they're going to finish seven because at the start of the year. That was fair. And i'm still hearing about that. You are too..
"baylor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"They are even better than that. In my opinion, they go on the road number six Texas 83 to 69 Davion Mitchell leading the way with 27 points, and he joins us here. Thanks to the Goodyear Hotline. I see this team each and every game Davey on getting better and better. What do you see from your basketball team? Yeah, Like you said, Man, we just get better and better his game. We take one game and Tom Man we love playing with each other. We play hard. That's one thing about us. Man. We always want play hard every game. No matter what, Um, everybody, nobody's thinking about themselves on our team. That's one great thing. I love about this game because nobody thinks about themselves. We all play for each other, and we all play for one man. Where does this movie has come from? Because right now, everyone has including myself. Have you guys Gonzaga and Baylor and just like to mountain Rams could read a lock horns at some point. The incidentally turned you guys Truly seem focused on the task at hand day in day out words that focus come from Um, I just think it comes from the phone. Now we are. We watch a lot of film We It's not like we just seeing this team rub one time. I just felt like, uh You pay attention to the scouting report. Um, we know what what people want to do. We know how they're gonna try to score in us are like what's their game player? We always know from the From the beginning, So I think that's why We're really good man. We just compared to this Karen port one thing again. We play hard. And we share the ball. Yeah. You almost had a chance to play Gonzaga early this year with that game was canceled because of covert 19 protocols. How much do you say to yourself, Man? We could have played them. We could have really showing people how great this basketball team is. Oh, yeah, Everything happens for a reason. On this blessed to play off his game. God, we got to play today. I'm just glad we get to play this season, man. I mean way all excited to play Gonzaga, But like I said, everything happens for a reason. You just truck, the top 10 team and big bad Texas. How good can this Baylor Team B had even reached your potential yet? No, I don't think so. I mean, I feel like like you said, other we're gonna get better and better each game. We gotta take one game at the time, but we know the job's not finished. So what? You gonna keep playing hard game? There's gotta keep playing for each other. Keep listening to the coaches Keep going on it on this in the in practice. We had a really good practice of the day, so I knew it was gonna come out locked in. We play hard against each other. So Yeah, yeah, I just got to stay locked down. David Mitchell was locked and loaded. Tonight 27 points in the terrific win over Texas number two Baylor winning 83 to 69 him on Twitter is a great follow at hoops Coach of 13. He has some dunks that you have to see to believe in is through the handle Dave here into joining us here on Freddy and Fitzsimmons. Keep doing your thing. You're mad like the rest of the season. Thanks a lot. David on Thank you. It was really ashamed that we did not get a chance to see bailiff take on Gonzaga before the holidays because that was a scheduled match up on a Saturday was going to be a high profile game involving both of those basketball teams, and it didn't happen. But that doesn't mean that when Indianapolis rolls around with everybody inside don't turn in one city, Baylor, Gonzaga Good luck beating those teams they could be on the convention course to decide the whole shebang of bank. In college basketball. He's in Fitzsimmons and Freddie Coleman on Freddy and Fitz Simmons on ESPN radio, the ESPN app and see if I can tell 80. We want to get to this whole myth. About ground hog day..