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"ben bart" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:48 min | 4 months ago

"ben bart" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Been looking forward to this for two years back. You're at the frozen four PPG paint Serena in Pittsburgh, along with Dave Starman. I'm Brian trip. You're listening to exclusive coverage of the 2021 Frozen four on the Westwood one end. See a radio network. Our first game comes down to the final minute. ST. Cloud State defeats Minnesota State 54 Noland Walker with 53 seconds left the goal. To deliver the Huskies to their first national championship game and you Mass. Now back to back national championship games, 32 in overtime, the Minutemen defeat Minnesota. Duluth, Garret, Wait the game winner Bobby Trevino. Now Josh Latina added as a secondary assistant that go up 14 30 of overtime. And it was the Minutemen 13 2 in the extra session out shooting UMD. The puck was at that end of the night that end of the ice for the entire overtime session. David The switch. Go on for u Mass what changed because they had been out shot badly over the first three periods. I think one of the things that happened in the game and it started to happen. Maurine the third period it went through the overtime is you mash just kind of established their game. There was a good stretch that game where you nd looked. I'm not disinterested. That's the wrong word. They looked lethargic and they looked like they were Facing a challenge. That was just a little bit too much to handle, and I just felt like as soon as Minnesota Luke's got a sniff that So sorry. Sodas, you mascot, a sniff that this was a reality. They could win this game their energy level one way up to two. They were a different team that they were to one. Great Carvell in his first season in 16, 17 5 4029 into the record for the Minutemen. What does this mean for their program to go to back to back national championship games? I I think it continues on the mission that they had when they got there, and that was it's not you massive New Mass. And he wrote that on the board the first day that he got there. It's still there. Nobody's touched it. Nobody's done anything with it. And I think the Idea that he wanted was we're not going to compete in Eastern Massachusetts. Recruiting wise with BU. BC NORTHEASTERN. It's not gonna be our territory, so they went through an entirely different vibe of recruiting. And Ben Bart. Just it's amazing how he finds kids. He did it in Providence helped them build a national championship. He didn't Western Michigan, hoping them set up in launching a lot of guys that went on the NHL. So between the way Ben recruited and how he recruited the way Greg Carvel and the intensity that he brings to the program. They just looked at it as an opportunity to clean house for the previous regime and bringing the players that fit their mold, And it's not easy to play for us. I mean, this is a tough program to playing. Because of the intensity that coaching staff. But yet what they've been able to do is create a very professional, intense atmosphere where everybody hold each other accountable. That is the major reason where they're so good At the major reason they attracted players and doing it tonight without their leading goal scorer Carson Kosanovic. They're starting goaltender Philip Lindberg, who had been lights out leading the nation and goals against in save percentage. Coming into the frozen four, Carvell told us earlier this week. It's the next man up mentality. We have depth culture guys They can play and they are here for a reason. And those players stepped up in a big way tonight, including Matt Murray, who we just talked to a goal, and a lot of those players were players that you mask commits the year before they get there. You you know, a lot of the bright, shiny object programs will commit players when they're 14 15 years old. I mean, like, I'm sure Some of the traditional blue blood programs of guys committed that are going to get there for two or three years, whereas you must be not being on a lot of those kids, but they wanted getting kids. Ah, year, maybe two years before they actually get to U Mass. They have time to marinate the coming older they come in more mature. And their players that you could build a culture right? And when you look at the last five or six national champions generally, it's older teams with lot of returning upper class it where there's leadership and skill. A blueprint for building a program is Minnesota Duluth. What Scott Sandlin has accomplished is remarkable. And for the first time since 2016 they won't play for a national championship. Their bidding for three in a row still hasn't happened since 1951 to 1953. And knowing what their record was An N c a a overtime games. It would take a championship type effort to knock them off and you mask gave a championship type effort from about the middle of the third period on I'm I thought they were a bit dead in the water. Most of this game, UMD established their game. They played there where they want to play the only into a score and a lot of it has to do with Matt Murray. They didn't get a lot of shots. They didn't generate a tremendous amount of Grady's, but they He did have a couple of $10 that Murray had to be very good at. I really think that the difference between the middle of third period into the overtime was you, Master defenseman started to do what they have been doing all year and that it's creep up in the offensive zone off of turnovers and not allow Minnesota Duluth. Those quick, good, solid exits with speed that they're so used to having. To me that turned the game around. I don't want to say we've seen an end to a terrific run for Minnesota. Duluth. You expect them back? You're right away. But we've at least seen a pause to their national championship streak and For.

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"ben bart" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"ben bart" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You just yell Jumbo. And I'm like, Yes, I'm the best. I'm here for us was bring that on at the Denver man about good luck in your good luck in your prep, man. We're pulling for you. And I just want to tell you I had a great time watching down their mobile. And I'm wishing the best for you. Thank you so much. Quinn appreciate the time. Yeah. Thank you guys. That was awesome to build. You know how little bit of my story I really appreciate the time you really enjoyed it. Quinn Myers from Wisconsin Whitewater Warhawk football. And I tell you what, man he was. He was a star. You see guys once while you talk about Ben Bart Shalimar pets, another name that comes to mind for a lot of people, But I mean like a freaking rocket ship. This guy out there? He went from 6/7 round. Kind of like a d three. Let's see, you know, See what he's got. You talked about him having a little bit of buzz coming on into the weak and all he did was impressed on and I think this started really going from this is an offensive guard will suit he does. And he started at center and played great. Destroyed it absolutely killing. That was one of the guys. We, You know, I kind of had a phone call Jim. Now you on the way out of town. Kind of talk with him a little bit about that, you know, So what guys? You know internally? What guys? You're impressing that kind of stuff. You know, he's like, Yeah. You all saw Quinn out there. I mean, you know, right there at the top. You know, we've talked about your boy The States from UCF, but you know, the office inside the ball. That's the first name that popped out. So Yeah, we wanted to have my own show talking about an old broad was not really in the market for a center since we got pushed, But, um, you know, I'm thinking they could do worse if he somehow gets around four and again. That's a big if, because right now, I put him firmly in that day to conversation if he somehow gets around for The Broncos are looking for some competition and some some really awesome death there. I don't completely hate it. I don't either. I'm all for it. Yeah. I mean, he's got the first to let you go. Either way. You gotta guard go down. He could jump in there. Whatever. If you missed it earlier, we had your chance to win. $1000 text the nationwide keyword dollar The 202 100. You get a confirmation text, a nympho standard data and message right, supplying the station wide contest. Keep listening for money on the hour on K Away News radio. We got George Tour next the Broncos country tonight Ko in his radio. Had.

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"ben bart" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

Bolts from the Blue

05:40 min | 10 months ago

"ben bart" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

"You know it's been rough, and then you look at the guys who have been starting Sam tabbies doing better than he has in previous years. But again, how much are you really saying when you give him that complement right force lamp was their best offenses alignment. The first couple of weeks has been not too great sense Dan Feeney has continued to unfortunately be Dan Feeney and then in the place of Turner in the Laga you've got Ryan Roy in a little bit of time Saint Louis Thrown in, and then you've got trade pickens at right tackle. I think the last two games if you look at. worst offense grades, The chargers offensively I think out of the last two games. Nine of their bottom ten between those two games have been offensive lineman. It has been absolutely horrendous in I know those overall grades can mean a lot of different things taken with a grain of salt but I think it's it's a decent baseline to show you kind of how someone is performing and it's been rough for their offensive line as a unit. They can't run the ball. There's no. Push up front they struggle with any kind of power finesse like above average two elite pass rushers give them fits across the board. It's been a really rough time and I think maybe lamp could be playing very well, and we just don't see it because of how everyone else's playing around Tim may maybe someone else along that line would it be too bad if they had a decent starting five so Overall injuries are kicking butt across that units in the unit they have right now the guys were staying healthy. There's current starting five just aren't getting the job done. So for most disappointing, I don't know how it's not the offensive line. Your would have to agree, and now we're kind of looking at a situation where the chargers should have drafted an offensive lineman or two. They Kinda were banking on trade tournier and Brian Blogger to be the guys. But I knew that was going to still be worrisome even after acquiring those two and we're kind of looking at a situation where you know they felt comfortable paying off for its trading up to get Kenneth Murray, win sacrifice their third rounder in reality had they kept it they could have drafted someone hurt who I liked. To kind of like fill in at right tackle seen like he's proven himself at left leftover over the giants this past week and even the fourth round you know you're wondering if they could have draft with someone like Ben Bart Schuss? Awesome playing. This past weekend for the Jaguars and he played pretty well acts right guard with the struggled how Ryan Roy and tyree Saint Louis there i. think he might have been a option even as a backup to trae Turner and after firing. Ideal situation was you know if if you didn't pan out at at tackle charges could have kicked inside I, know that given his his skill set that would be able to do just fine as an interior office environment and it's only been one game like not only a few. Few. snapped. Actually, an looks like he's been doing well. And this really goes to show that to Lesko may have. Messed up a little bit by not drafty a single offense lineman or acquiring another one that's kind of serve as depth because there is evidence their debt, the Stan, and it's showing with those two missing because you can't go into the season thinking like they're going to be healthy especially with how held Brian Malaga's. It's you gotTa know that there might be some. Injury concerns especially as past I know he stayed healthy trae Turner is not the oldest off alignment we used to be prepared for that looking at that right guard depth prior to going the season wasn't good to begin with and we kind of found that out just moments into the season. So yeah, the offensive line is concerning has definitely the most disappointing so far. Now defensively. I'll start off I have cornerback, Casey Hayward, and this might come as surprise to some of you guys who may be looking at box scores a little too much and I say that because. He wanted a AFC defensive player of the week in their win against the bengals. Am people really looked at the box score thought he had twelve tackles I? Think he had a pass break up or two or something like that But PF had him as one of the lowest grade players that entire game and I went back I got a buddy used him a little bit about why you know there's varying degrees of how people think he played in if you go back to the tape guys in looking at first game, he allowed a ton of catches in were easy catches. They were easy slants little routes I, don't know again if that's A. schematic thing I understand it's a bend but don't break defense but these were going for first downs. They were There was one that was a potential touchdown. They overthrew John Ross. He. He was just letting up way too many easy completions and then that sorta continue to he, he did kind of an okay job against the chiefs of course of panthers was okay and they'll get the Tampa bugs game in in one of the biggest plays was this big gain of the right side line to Mike Evans in on that play and this is actually I talked to coach Gus Bradley about this today on charges call basically asked like what happened the situation if? You guys remember it was to Mike Evans was a huge hierarchy pass in hayward like overran the ball and it was a really easy completion for Mike Hall in for big up the right side line and I'm sitting there going like what happened essentially like he was just very soft coverage over ran the football like he thought it was just going to soar over him like there was a foot of separation in it looked like hayward was the receiver right with with him trying to..

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"ben bart" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"ben bart" Discussed on Toure Show

"So you've read this great book about James Brown which is just a tip of your ordinary life. Your professional life has just been one amazing person after another one start with James. What was the Real James Brown Lake? Because you're with them day in day out in the sixties and part of what you talk about in the book is like what? Y'All saw outside is not necessarily the Mr Brown. We had to deal with on a day to day basis. No question I think my motivation for writing the book. Because there's been BIOS who's been Agra fee? There's been quite a few James Brown books. Some worth reading some not. But my whole goal was to try to relate people know the James Brandon. I knew who doesn't really show up in most things that are about fit like most legends. In his later years he became a bit of a caricature of sorts. His his important creative years were behind him but he continued to perform all over the world regularly to huge audiences and anyone from the eighties on knows that caricature but James Brown. I met as a teenager written sixties. Was you know barely thirty years old? Anti was a vital creative serious artist but also a WANNA say revolutionary businessmen because in the whole soul music era. He probably had more control over his career than anybody. You think of Ray Charles. And Sam Cooke who are two artists to do to have a modicum of control but James Brown and almost one hundred percent control. Is that when you say? He's a revolutionary businessman. You mean the way that he got that control or the fact that he had that control the fact that he had to control the way. He had beside his innate ambition and determination which Legendarily second to none was his manager from whom he learned a lot. A gentleman named Ben Bart wasn't old guy when Brown became associated with him and he passed away in nineteen sixty eight leaving brown himself as opposed to wanting to get a replacement. That's number one number two. He was with the record company in Cincinnati called King Records. Neither legendary outfit that through empty from the late forties into the early sixties was a very successful label. The earned be world also the country country music world and had tons of of best selling artist. Spending Time Brown really kicked in to crossover remote. With Papa's got a brand new bag circa nineteen sixty five king records best days were behind him and they basically were relying on Brown to keep the label the live he was the only contemporary artists left on. The label was still off and making hit records so he had an enormous influence on the label. Which eventually gave him complete autonomy to record when he wanted to with whom he wanted to to produce whatever other artists he wanted to to supervise engineering and mixing to take control of his album covers which was important because album covers in that era. There's various stories of having white women on the cover of and take control over release dates not to mention promotion the end his own promotion people rather than relying on. King your independence still. He had literally complete control over. Every aspect of his career was completely unique. A unique in pop music in general not just black music so that sets the stage for part of what we love so much about James Brown that his music was so powerful and it grows. Thank you marked. Four Sonic Ariza's of James's career. Is that about right? Yeah I think that's that's that's right. There was the early James Brown which was actually James Brenneman. Famous flames was vocal group. That got some and was five singer Guitar Player. James occasionally played drums. Bobby Byrd play piano. And they were basically ascendant group very much inspired by the Roy Ellison in some other groups that were a little more southern in the do out that was successful in places like New York philly in Chicago but still a do opt group and his first two three years of recordings including the hits of Police. Believe these dry me. I'm we're basically how to that germ then. The flames kind of gradually faded into the background. Because she was just an organic because here was this. Charismatic done performer upfront. And it got to the point where people were coming out to see. James Really didn't care. Who else was on stage and doom? That's when he became the soul singer that we knew in the early sixties Rachel said pretty much single handedly introduced Gospel into secular music into R&B and that set the stage for the soul music arguably fifty-nine through sixty six sixty seven when southern soul singers really ruled the roost in Bhagat. People like Sam and Dave Otis redding and Johnny Taylor earned that list goes on and on James. Brown was the king of that circuit. You listened to his first big album keeping mind. This was the singles driven near which is first album was live at the Apollo volume. One would sold like a single. I mean this actually was a number one on the pop charts and announcement at got no airplay except on black radio or sometimes they played all side album because it was just that that popular. And if you listen to that album there's there's too UPTEMPO stones the opening and the closing and everything else is gospel loops. There's a ten minute version of lost one. That's arguably the template for soul singing and all devices and everything else that everybody nobody else used for. The next decade came out of Brown's performance. There's still a Mellow Gospel. Blues Inspired James Brown there yes and then in the mid to late sixties. The tempo goes up Ray. Th-there's much more percussion as much more horns. There's much more bass drums exactly which which eventually led to what we call the invention of funk which kind of started with a single head and sixty four called out his site then came. Papa's got a brand new bag. Nineteen sixty five. These were UPTEMPO dance songs and in early one thousand nine hundred sixty seven. He recorded cold sweat which most people look at the first genuine full blood funk record these are some of the records that continue To have life that people still listen to the people will think about as like the epic Zenith of James Brown sonically short. Why did he go into that? Realm sonically I think it was. It was really more organic than a plan. I think there's just a case of of the time I got to know him which was in nineteen sixty five and one of the first things that I was impressed with what was that. He was always up to date with whatever the kids were doing on the dance floor. He was very tuned in and and would would take tracks for example if he had a new song that he was excited about He might speed up tempo recording recorded at a natural tempur the decide to increase it a little bit. Just just speed up to tape just a hair because it would fit whatever the current dance. Was that the kids. Were doing one implant to release the record so was very tuned into that but I think artistically was really just an evolution pretty much taken the Gospel soul style of singing to it's apex. There wasn't much to do but repeat himself at that point and I think he was just stimulated and challenge to do something different he could then because of his success he could afford a better quality of musicians who certainly contributed a lot unbanned leaders like pee wee. Ellis and Fred Wesley Solo. It's like musical Parker. Most importantly drummer select clad..

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"ben bart" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"ben bart" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Well you know clearly. It's got to be calls right. Radio is at this frequency bounce off the island is they can travel thousands of miles. It could be coming from anywhere any time Kim do. I just wanted to give a shout out there too early. Raise and say Gerard. We know you're listening all the way back in two thousand four down the hatch and we appreciate your patronage and. Here's a nice little conversation to fill in that sound clips shane that the ghost. Casey Kasem isn't here with us to get into some long distance. Dedications some stuff to unpack from that scene number one just a great great moment eight in Hurley. Music is wonderful. Obviously but there's there's some mythology stuff that's happening here that we have we'll pull in from the other section a little early right now. Of course the book that Hurley is reading his bad twin bad twin written by Gary Troup. A survivor aid wall survivor for all fervent. Irvine Minnow survives the crash of oceanic eight when five and then get sucked into the turbine in the opening of the pilot. That's Gary Troup a lot of people if you're listening to a lost podcast. That's a loss. Rewatch podcast in your big loss. Nerd very likely that you know that already. I know we've referenced it before the book which was actually published under the name Gary Troup but it was ghost written by an author named Laurence Shames Ben Ben Ben. Behind the curtain. Ben Bart Martel writes a lot of INFO about this in our in our feedback document that Mike and I have and says by all accounts and I have not read Batsman so I can't say that that's win circus that it's not good that this is the this is the plot summary of bad twin so spoiler alert for people who are interested in reading bats. When we're just gonNA spoil the whole thing for you. Paul Artists in Pi is one day visited by well-dressed man named Clifford. Whitmore is the CEO of the Whitmore Corp is identical twin brothers Zander. The bad win has gone missing. Zander was known for getting into shady dealings and this is the recent Clifford assumes he's disappeared chasing leads on zander around the world. Paul meets a woman named Peru connection to the Great British bake off and has a fling with her before discovering she also A. Pi Hired to make sure that Paul would never find zander. Paul realizes he's hired because Clifford did not believe he'd succeed pollen prove then agreed to discover the truth together. They Find Zander the Great Barrier Reef. Where the three barely escaped being killed by assassins they convince Zander to return to your city but when they arrive they discover that Clifford has been killed and the rest of the Whitmore family are attacked by gunfire at Clifford's funeral. Paul and prue killed the shooter. And it's Vivian. The young wife of Clifford ZANDER's father Arthur with more Vivian. Was planning to kill the Whitmore's one. I want to be left with their fortune. Turns OUT ZANDER's wasn't a bad twin at all instead. He just wanted to invest the money into a Pearl farm and give the profits to indigenous. Australians and Cuban Medical Relief Aid Zander was ready to sell his share of the company and Clifford was worried that this would leave the whitmore's with a minority share and that he would lose his position as CEO Gary troops quote Unquote Fiance. Sindi also makes an appearance as an oceanic flight attendant in the book. So that's what bad twin is all about. And perhaps it comes comes as no surprise that Damon and Carlton. Not Big fans of bad twin. A podcast and other appearances. They've talked about bats win calling. You said the novel didn't meet the BAR FOR QUALITY. Not Not a huge fan of of the work provided by Laurence Shames. Who wrote this book says that James was provided with a list of elements that he could incorporate into the novel but also ended up including only just a few of the elements and Damon said on the official lost podcast. That considering that I have now read bad twin Gary. Troup got exactly what he deserved. What a shame. What a shame so. That's pretty pretty good. I mean I'm I'm surprised but not surprised that they actually released a book. Maybe it was less so about like the mystery. It's that's that's what Dr Houghton we're going for right just like with the game. This is the time of that stuff. Like losses big now and they're really trying to seize on this moment right. That's the thing I think it was more so ended up being at least from the shames perspective is more so about the marketability of the loss brand whereas I can imagine that Charlton were more about like. Okay let's make it less of like actual mystery novel and then let's let's bring in some more stuff that people can tie back into the show so that it's almost like a fun little Easter egg hunt instead they just got a relatively straightforward albeit a little soapy mystery novel. That happens to have a bit more with more than maybe we need. And so then there's also the song that Hurley inside are listening to in that scene and Hurley is the guy who supposes scientists like. It's bouncing off. The spirit could be coming from anywhere and then hoses or anytime just kidding dude but it turns out of course time travel is very real in the world lost and retroactively Damon. Carlton have confirmed that. What they're listening to here is a tease. If time travel the song that Hurley and Sade or listening to it's called Moonlight serenade by Glenn Miller who died in a plane crash in nineteen forty four. The song was confirmed to come from nine hundred forty s and it's by Hurley inside because of time travel. This is the Ben Behind. The curtain writes the origin can be narrowed down to a US army base. In Kodiak Alaska in one thousand nine hundred eighty five as the call sign of W X are was reserved for the US army and this is the only known historical use in the nineteen forties So maybe back. In the nineteen hundred. As ancestors of to manage puffy coats were talking to an ancestor. A Penny win. Mourn decided that they were going to broadcast to the island. This particular song. I also believe we're going to actually hear moonlight serenade not too far from now few months from now. Because I believe when we go into the Jack Flashbacks and a tale of two cities. He's going to be listening to it there as well though it's TVD as to what time period. He's listening to it all right. So just some background details on and beyond that just a great scene with Hurley. And say it's a really it's a timeout. Sees Him on call backs. I feel like season. One had a lot of those light. These types of moments. Bb storyline character building around the fire moments and it was cool to get some. You know a diabetic music. We haven't really experienced that since her release. Walkman died so to get a nice little taste of it like you said very season one ask. It's just again. This is probably one of the big reasons. Why this episode interesting? In retrospect because they had the frigging time travel right in front of our noses we were sniffing other things at the time all right. Let's get to the end of the episode. Will listen into this as well. And this is going to be the rendezvous and the jungle between Charlie and Sawyer where we are going to realize that Charlie was a piece of this whole time. Let's listen in ever saw more worried by putting guns than being fallen friends back? I wanted them over to take them for told you where they were. Not Why did I want it into like a fool to feel like a form? Johnny.

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"ben bart" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

Bolts from the Blue

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"ben bart" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

"Right everyone welcome back to our third episode of chargers lately. Thanks for tuning in staying with us. I know again. The podcast is kind of abruptly thrown in your face but how do it here over at espy nation? And I know you guys are are glad I can finally get back on the airwaves today. We're doing Not Terribly Long. Podcast will got my good friend from Charles Editor. He does everything over there. Action just dropped his huge huge huge twenty twenty NFL draft guide for the chargers over two hundred prospects included in that. I don't know how we got it done. But he did it anyway in. It's a hell of a pickup should definitely read Gavino welcome thanks. Mike. Thank you for having me. Obviously we've talked in the past and we've done view podcasts. But I'm happy to be back Yemen. It's always much more fun to do these with people as much as I enjoy. Podcasting having someone to talk to make a little less weird when you're sitting in your own home staring at a screen so Really appreciate as always yes. We do talk quite a bit on glad. We can actually record one of these podcasts to potentially look back on We got a couple of topics. Today guys This is probably my last pre-draft podcast that I will do before everything. Kinda gets underway. First-round starts and today we're finally just GONNA go over our initial reaction. We're going to talk about the jury is of course we talked about the jerseys. Six kind of the biggest deal of forever until Gronkowski had just come out of retirement and ruin the whole day With charges in the spotlight. So we're GONNA go over our thoughts on uniforms. We're going to go into our draft. Crushes so not like who we think are the best players in the draft or anything like that like our personal favorites so it can be a fourth-round round guy. Fifth-round guy deepened. Today's three two three. Whatever I mean it could be from any round. So we're we'LL FINISH UP WITH THAT AND TIME PERMITTING. I think we're just GONNA go over final thoughts. We're GONNA go over. What we think is going to happen on Thursday. How we think it's all going to play out And Go from there. I think as a solid place so starting things off Gavino uniforms. They were revealed on Good Morning Football yesterday morning. The chargers ended up getting six different uniform combinations including two coloring jerseys. They had pants which were amazing. A lot of people talked about possibly the yellow being added. They did it. Just give us your overall thoughts Go ahead and throw on your favorites as well S. uniforms. Nfl Ma'am obviously. We had a lot of instrumentation leading up to it with all the former and current players. Hyping them ops. We have we even have some media guys like Benjamin Albright being able to see him before they are actually released but I think they lived up to their expectations. Man Obviously from what they were hinting prior to they were just trying to go with more like the old school back when they're like in La like the seventies And they definitely nailed it. Obviously there are some people that seem to hate them. But I just think it's more so out of jealousy because at the moment the charges have the best uniform the NFL. You can kind of like say they did before but I don't think there's any other team. Nfl that's going to be able to Top these yet. I believe so. I'll give you guys the low down on like my actual from start to finish reaction to the jerseys. So they played the video. And you Kinda see one of the one of the jerseys beforehand lies like the thumbnail the video it was the powder blue on Yellow Pants Jersey so I saw that and I went. Oh Shit did they really go to yellow pants as like they're mangers? He thinks we not. It was an alternative. So the video plays they show all the jerseys including the final two Colorado the navy and the Royal Blue and my first thought was holy Shit. These are amazing. At second thought I took a step back before I walked in cheered and stuff and got out of my seat I thought. Hey those numbers are obviously different. It's a different font in there. A softer font and if I do I like that to Elijah. Less intimidating chest per se. They simplified it rightly took the chargers off the front. There's just the the logo of the NFL on the caller in the bolts and the numbers and so The chest in general is like softer. And that's the only word I can think of. It's rounded edges around the numbers less ninety degree angles in sharp edges for more intimidating. Look but at the end of the day what they kind of wanted to go for. They wanted this laid-back southern California vibe In their jerseys they obviously Committed to powder blue and yellow and white as remain colors. They went with like the sunshine goal. I think it was just a very easy colors but the more I've looked at them. Honestly those all Navy colorist. Jerseys might be my favorite like. I saw the video that came out with all the chargers. Kinda passing football to each other. Like a tick tock or something like that and then they like put the football towards the camera and then pulled it out and they went from wearing normal clothes to wearing their Jersey and Mike Davis had the navy blue on and it looked so damn cool on the player. It looks so much cooler on the player. And then you think about the the dark navy bolt just. It's just sick man the way they. They didn't do a full yellow bolt. It was the yellow outlined bolden. Let the navy kind of shine through there. I think it's fantastic royal blues. Fantastic the numbers on. The helmet are awesome a lot of people at first. Who talked me about it? Didn't like the numbers and I was like well you know. That's like a throwback to when they started they had them from nineteen sixty two. I think. Seventy three in there like Oh. If that's the case in yeah they are cool. They just thought we added numbers for no reason. But I think it's awesome. It's actually pretty insane. When you go back to the archives and realize how much history they packed into these uniforms it's sixties. It's seventies eighties. There's something all the way through until now the navy's make you think of junior CEO in the ninety four right going to the AFC championship game in going to the super bowl like it's phenomenal. So those are my my thoughts. Which would you say was your favorite again? I just like the Navy on Navy man. Yeah I know you have a lot of people that will save the powder blues the best ones or even just like The white ones but the navy blue ones just and the navy pants. It's just such a clean luck. It's so simple but it looks so good and I think you know depending on who they draft or when they drafted rookie. I'm going to hold off to get that Jersey. I was tempted to buy off Mesler Jersey. Because that's the one player I don't have and obviously you. You know that he's going to be with the chargers for a while. So you can afford to do that and You know you see on twitter with people to spending like shoot are over four hundred bucks on the Jersey so and someone even said that they sold out pretty quick When I went back to the website there's no available but I'm just assuming in sizes but it's crazy that you know. They're selling quick. But I'm not surprised by it by any means because they are spot on with his Jersey's obviously you mentioned they're combining different elements from the sixties seventies eighties a discount and molded it into one with just the four different jersey. So it's it's pretty cool to see. Obviously with the numbers being on the helmets. I know a lot of people that don't like them but I honestly do. And we kind of could have expected that coming You know just give them clues and everything. The numbers on the helmets were almost like a given but other than that. A plus with the uniforms Yeah the first thing. I saw. That got Sold out was Derwin. James's White Away Jersey. I saw his home. Jersey was missing a couple sizes. It was like smalls and mediums. I didn't see any of that. Were fully sold out but it was funny. Lake strategically gave each player. Only a certain amount of Jersey decision besides during James Darwin James had his home away. Royal Blue N. Navy I believe Navy. Yeah and then just to. Those boasts ahead blue and Keenan Allen only had a couple so they were like they went all in on Derwin James. Thinking he was probably GonNa be the most popular guy and then they got the three other players and I'm sure they'll add for sure more players that got Ed Hunter Henry. They I mean Obviously he hasn't signed to a long term deal so that's why in even though both is about to be on his contract they still felt like that was needed as well. I think it's such a good job. Fantastic I'm looking at it right now and and honestly the more I look at it. The more they're going to grow so absolutely fantastic. They did a good job on those for sure. Absolutely so draft. Crushes moving right along draft crushes. So I'm going to have you answer this question. I The guy that you just can't wait to see his name said doesn't matter if it's first second third night doesn't matter what round it is you you're gonNA follow them in the draft in an wherever they go even. If it's not the chargers you're probably always gonNa Kinda root for that guy in the NFL. While I think people follow me on twitter Kinda know this one but for me it's been Bartsch the opposite Tak about a saint John's I saw a little bit of tape before going to the senior bowl in Mobile Alabama but just from seeing him dominate D. Three competitions like okay. You know it's smaller competition. But just seeing him go up against the Russian mobile the seeing how fluid he was in his movements The ability anchor against some of these. You know top edge rushers was just second-to-none man and you know you have people talk about. Should he move into guard? But it's just like why is flourishing at tackle. Kick him inside but he's just so smooth with what he does. Obviously you can get stronger. I feel like in the run blocking department. That might be some something that he needs to do in terms of getting stronger but he show the ability to withstand power and with Ben. Barshop said you know. The charges were one of the four teams that met with him at the combine and it makes sense with the having James Campaign as in. You often line coach so there is a possibility that you know. Say They go quarterback or Isaiah Simmons in the first round wide receiver second corner second and then they could be looking at Ben Bartsch in round three they definitely feel like that is a James Camping type of Guy You know early mid round guys can develop into something special and Obviously we know from last year trade pickens coming from a division two school and people are going to be too thrilled to see division two division three Disa- lower level competition. But you gotTa Scott. The player and Ben. Bart's went to the senior bowl. So Trey Pippen's wants the East West Shrine game last year. Ben Bartsch went to the senior bowl and he was handling addresses that are projected to go in the top fifty. There's even like a rep of him Just bawling through John Kinloch so that was just something great to see so. That's probably my one draft crash that I'm going to follow and all along when he gets drafted. I'll probably get a Jersey honestly for real no matter where he goes..

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"ben bart" Discussed on First Draft

First Draft

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"ben bart" Discussed on First Draft

"All right welcome to first draft everybody. It's Chris Brown with Mel Kiper given todd the week off to get ready for the NFL draft mel. It's it's time it's the twentieth anniversary of Tom. Brady going number one ninety nine overall ahead of our Boy Matt Bowen at one ninety eight overall and I I WANNA get into some of these names get. We're getting lots of tweets and tax and things like that. So yeah I know about two I know about. Bur No chase young. I need some sleepers. Here what I want to do is we're going to raise through this position by position and hit a Kuyper sleeper has tagged hyper-sleep where everybody One of your guys kind of outside the elite in whether that's top three top seven. Whatever it is. It's outside that upper crust guys just players. You think have a great shot away to go beyond making team. But they're outside that elite level player. And I. I gotTa Start it off the top with the quarterbacks outside the names we know who are the guys that are going to get further down. The board who you're excited about won't go to the priority guys. Undrafted free it's like. Maybe Tom flacco Josiah younger brother. Ital- Senator Reid Sanath from San Diego's got NFL arm. But I'll go to James Morgan. Florida international formerly a Bowling Green. He did the job. A to respective university but really came on at Florida. International is a six foot. Four frame is got an NFL arm. He makes reads that. You WanNa make good decisions. And he's got that football Iq. Chris and I think you're gonNA provided guy late. He's got to have the skill set. He's gotTa have the ability to be passionate and be a leader. I one into building out of the building and James Morgan from Florida International. Is that guy that I would think? And that's six seventh-round area. Maybe a little earlier would be really interesting. I wish todd was here because he got a flacco and a shoutout right in the first sentence. So we're off to a good start here with Baltimore. Let's give me a running back outside that group that includes anywhere from Andrea Swift to say Zach Moss. GimMe beyond the top five. Jj Taylor out of Arizona by five five and a quarter. A hundred and eighty five pounds runs four sex. But you don't remember Lionel little train. James coming out of Auburn feels charge chargers then pack of a player. I think J. I liked the tape. Jj Taylor he can scoot. You can catch the ball out of the Backfield. Nice player so I'll go way down the line. Jj Tell James Robinson Illinois states and other kid good balance through the whole like what I saw from him but I think. There's a lot of guys like that Chris this year at running back in a couple of guys. I've invited to the Combine Reggie Corbin Illinois. Gerald Bright Utah State was ever Jordan. Love that a nice job overall off but I think when you look at the running back position peak guerrero at Monmouth. Here's an underclassmen coming out. Track guy he breaks tackles he can Hit the long gainer at Monmouth. So I'm going to get an invite maybe even a late round possibility. So of all the guys though. Jj Taylor Arizona Jj Taylor. Arizona in the rule is if you're five five you have to be able to scoot all you all you aspiring scouts. Five six hundred. You gotta be able to scoots. Darren sproles rule N. J. D. Dot Scoop. Melania fullback is just going to get drafted. I don't think there will be one for Ruto from Hawaii. May Drink Furuta. Forget just 'cause he can be a big back to Brady. Ross maybe an Iowa. Today's of the full back over from completely phased out Chris. What about Richie worshiped from purdue? I disliked that name. You got to kneel in front of Ritchie worship. Yup Pretty now sixty six nine hundred full man. This is an absolutely ridiculous wide receiver class. I'm looking down to like guy you have it like sixteen or seventeen. And you're still talking about Devon Devon Burn. Really fast could be a study in the Slot K. J. Hill great hands. I mean you gotta get down into the twenties to find like a true deep sleeper in this wide receiver classes so loaded. So where do you go but one would you ever think Rhode Island has two receivers that are of being drafted one in the fourth round? Coulter and Aaron Parker. Maybe six seventh-round wrote up Aaron Parker on ESPN DOT COM during the year and coulter ended up having a great finish. You think about the Virginia Tech game the Ohio against good competition. These guys stepped up. They're both at the same high school or cousins. Their talent I coulter and Parker both from Rhode Island certainly have a great opportunity. That's successful Krizner. Gabriel Davis at. Ucf impressive tape. Big Kid ran well at the combine. You want to keep an eye on him. Antonio Gannon Gandhi Golden Big Receiver at liberty can go get the ball down the field of the way a tax it and traffic down the contestants situation so I think there was some guys Chris that then you mentioned The guys on radar to Major College. I will change prochet. You want an acrobatic receiver who make spectacular catches. Look routine it will be James Prochet from smu afford underrate. Or I'll stick to my Rhode island guys Isaiah Coulter and Aaron Parker. It's amazing to me. I was looking at the profile of Antonio Gandhi golden that a guy that tall that fast. That's strong like he could be around in the middle rows. This classes is just absolutely incredible. The guy written formal. GimMe some Malcolm Perry Navy. GimMe Gimme a chance to see that guy stick loveday right here that the the Naval Academy saw him play and what a spectacular player he was. And we've seen it before the. I think we've seen Keenan Reynolds drafted by the Baltimore. Ravens Former quarterback. Navy didn't get it done here but got an opportunity. I think Malcolm Perry. We'll have that chance as a late round. Pick or a priority free agent. Braxton Miller was a QB for three years made it stuck around for a couple of years. So it can happen. You're not even a loaded tight end class by any means kind of really old obscured by all the loaded town at the wide receiver. Clasby on say a guy like one hundred. Brian or an Adam Trautmann. Some of these guys. We've heard of who moved further down the line tight ends. Are you looking at a well? Todd brought his name up and I liked what I saw him. Well Tapie breaks tackles after the catch times where they look at him enough. Portland state should have been going. This kid baby seven eight ten times a Game Charlie talmo paige a Kid. Who is you know checks in at six two and a quarter two hundred forty five pounds rent four seven five? Chris but the way I liked the way he extends he goes decent. Catch radius good hands but he runs fierce after the catchy breaks a lot of tackles after the reception so he certainly gotTa look at Nigel. Kilby pig receiver big tight end southern Illinois. We think Jeremy Chin safety go into the second round from the Sluki Program and Nigel Kill. We combine with surprise me. A little bit could be a late round. Priority Free Agent Possibility. I got my eyes on jared. Call Me Jerry. Rice out of Fresno State. Bring that Chris Berman for that. Pick guys offensive tackle position. I feel like during the draft process. As we've seen guys like backed in Willis were really rise. A lot of great workouts there in Indy. Before we all got stuck inside and I feel like this offense attacker class. It just seems a little bit better now than we've maybe. We thought where it could be. But gimme a guy beyond that upper cross that you think. I guess I would say has a chance to start early. That's how I always kinda define what I'm thinking could be that value tackle play. I really liked tyree Phillips at Mississippi state a big kid really good feet six five three hundred and thirty one pounds. Love the long arm. The arm length tackles is huge gun incredibly long alarms tyree Phillips but I think if you have to go deeper Alex Taylor at South Carolina State. I liked him. I wrote him up on. Espn DOT COM back in October. Ben Bart Saint John's in Minnesota. We talked a lot about him. Not a sleeper Christi's probably a third round pick him up on. Espn DOT COM as well. But I'm going to go. You're talking about guys that I liked is a later possibility a kid Cameron Clark from Charlotte. Six four and three hundred eight pounds. He's got good arm. Length moves. Well good technique. I liked way. Hold his own against some pretty good competition when they face it. So I'll go cameron Clark from Charlotte as my guy there. But there's a host the guys that are a little under the radar at the tackle spot. You have him as a top ten player. But I can't believe mel arm length. Kuyper didn't give a shout out to Matt Pert from Yukon. Because he's a pterodactyl he's a condor has got thirty. Six and five eighths in Sharm. That's that's awesome. Yeah Thirty. Six and five eighths repair thirty five hundred. Eighth Phillips Taylor's at thirty six hundred eighth MCI Becton's at thirty five in what thirty five thirty five and five eight. So yeah there are some guys with incredibly long. That's a key has got to keep away from your body and certainly That helps those offensive tackles all right. Let's let's get to the short arm club the owner of the guards and the centers. I mean this position. We know year after year. Melt you get a guard. You can get a center in the third and fourth and you can see them on the field as soon as week. One Who stands out from you? Know the guys that are in the mid rounds from this class that are just gonNA flat out play. Well we've talked a lot about the center guard. I true sleeper and I look at guys that are going to go very high Kyle Murphy and I'm going back to Rhode Island Chris. Smith Steve Furniss game at a Rhode Island in the early Seventies Pittsburgh steelers and it was a heck of a player and remember they have three guys. That are really good players. And I think Kyle Murphy from Rhode Island if you know what I love about him Chris Versatility. He played left tackle. He's not going to be left was always six three and a quarter. I got pretty good arm. Length he's got thirty thirty four arms so he's got good harmless but he played Chris Think about it. He plays center. He played right tackle and he played left guard. Everybody but right where right guard? He's played everywhere. Along that Rhode Island Line is started for four years wrote him up on. Espn DOT COM this year. As Well Kyle Murphy Rhode Island.

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"ben bart" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

12:22 min | 1 year ago

"ben bart" Discussed on Big Blue View

"Look incredibly credibly smooth finding saw spots in zones on during the team periods and things along those lines and another wide receiver kind of a similar bill lot bigger than band and Jefferson though when it comes to his weight Michael Pittman Junior. That's USC six foot. Three two hundred nineteen pounds. I mean I'll tell excellent size. Ability to accelerate very large IRGC radius has a lot of body control and a lot of physicality at the catch point. I'm saying Pitman's really interesting for the giants. Maybe even at the top of the second round. Because is the giants feel like they need that ex- type receiver for Garrett's offense. Michael Pittman could be that kind of person me personally. I don't want the giants receiver that high with all the other needs at the Johns minds. Do have but I you know not making the decisions by Pittman would be a very good player for that because he could fill that role and he is another smooth mover and another big body. Somebody you know other big body that is also that also played really well down. Their mobile is chase clay. Who He's six foot four to twenty nine? I mean he's like a biscuit away from playing tight end but Klay poll. Aw I thought he wasn't going to be able to separate that well because he is that big but he was still able to separate in the one on one against defensive backs I mean. He has ten inch hands incredibly incredibly strong at the catch boy and he uses his body very well to shield away from defenders and he also has some special teams background so he provides value in that way then Klay Pool did did himself well down here in Mobile James Prochet from SMU. He's a smaller Dubai. Swear the guy catches everything he had hundred eleven receptions this past year over twelve hundred the yards for SMU and he's catching everything at the mobile practices as well. Somebody's GonNa get an absolute steel impreza because his classes very very deep at at this position at wide receiver group prochet maybe around in the fourth round possibly even the fifth round. That's going to be an absolute steal. The Guy has soft hands very quick in and out of his brakes can accelerate great. Very well again. There is smart route runner as well so I think prochet did really well down here and there's Caja Hill from Ohio. State Hill was almost uncomfortable in mobile. If if you haven't seen the one-handed catch and body adjustment that he had in practice go check it out. It's all over twitter. And O'Brien hotline is the wide receiver coach now for Ohio State. And he's doing an excellent job teaching these receivers nuances of Route Ryan Hill routinely was open down there selling bracewell up the stem with subtle head. Fakes hard sticks with the inside foot going outside things along those nature. He's just a really polished route runner. Those little subtle. Push off at the top of breaks as well. He utilizes that very very well. had very very strong hands ends and a really good ability to concentrate over the middle of the field so K.. J. Hill did really well for himself as well. And then for the tight end position Adam Trautmann from Dayton lot of people are talking about this Katie six foot five two hundred fifty one pounds mail out of money for himself this week. Big target solid catch radius. Strong hands a lot of people were talking about this guy all a week and we don't really know the future of Urban Ingram. New York came Smith I mean. He played wellness inaugural season but trautmann would be a solid addition at Titan guy. Who can block has enough speed to win granite? He's not the athletic freak. That ebbing is but he's somebody who did really well firms Elfin expect him to rise aboard. It's kind of funny. You mentioned some guys we wanted to ask you about specifically degrom Michael Pittman Adam Trautmann. I had just had my scattered report on Van. Jefferson go up today. I was doing work on Pittman pretty much just before we came on. So we're going to ask you more about him. You just kind of stole the wind right out of our sales with those Absolutely which you were talking about with the Jefferson in his route running I on tape. I loved watching himself double moves because he would fake guys right out of their cleats elites and with Pitman I think he definitely could be a guy who can play all over the offensive formation. USC used him as a slot. They used his ex flanker. He's a better route runner than I think you would expect from a guy his size and I also really liked the way he uses his hands to clear. DB's to get his release because he he's not quite as sudden as some of the smaller guys like Jefferson and definitely K J hill. Who Yeah I saw that fit in? That was ridiculous In there's all these really big body receivers that are participating in the senior bowl in and you touched upon how the fact that if you are a corner at the senior bowl you know. It's probably a very tough week to be having facing up against one of the most talented draft classes for receiver that we've seen in a in a very long time one guy though. I'm a bit interested in that you didn't bring up and I think I had a lot of questions about him because he's smaller school guy is smaller. FBI program From Liberty. And that's in Tony Gandhi. Golden I was just wondering what you kind of thought so from him or if he didn't really jump off the off the off the field the practice field for you because you got kind of weighted down by some of these other bigger name guys that you were you were so so excited by Wolfgang Golden. I felt like he a his biggest question. More coming into the whole draft process is his ability to separate and while he's not going to naturally actually create separation all the time because ability isn't as high as some of these other guys. I still believe he had a solid week down there. I mean the guy has incredibly good hands. Credibly strong hands hands at the catch point things along those lines. I didn't see him pop as much as I wanted to and I like liberty. I follow their football program. You know they get hugh freeze in. They make that jump up to the next level and I was hoping to see a little bit more but at the same time you're running around a Lotta practice trying to get over to the defense of line drills. Sometimes maybe I just overlooked it and didn't see as much but doesn't mean that wasn't there is just not something that jumped out at me as much as some of the other guys that I listed and I hope it goes to the combine. And he's able to conor you know run something that's sub four six so those question marks bad as separation kinda be at least hushed a little bit. I did see a couple of one on one reps when I was in the film room after usually. When you get them a practice you can go to the film room and watch where he was separating from some of the corners but I think the other receivers that are brought up just kind of made a little bit more noise than Gandhi? Anti Golden Offensive Line is a clear and pressing need for the giants right now and there's a pretty talented crop. They're also to smaller school. School guys in Ben Bartsch and Alex Taylor that were participating the senior bowl out of all those guys do that. You got to watch this week. Who really impressed you in? Who specifically would be a really great New York giant if they decided to select them so ben barge I mean he's the Kim Saint John's he's six foot five three hundred eight eight pounds and he was opening is from his first snaps? You're talking about a player who is incredibly physical. He played to the end of the whistle. Was the last person. Always give the defensive lineman a shove so we has that that kind of mean streak to him something like will hernandez definitely had when he went down there as well. I thought he packed a very very powerful punch kept his elbows. Tight hands inside. Eddie had really really good fundamentals and form smooth footwork to Mir as well as arms came in at thirty three inches which aren't super long and I've heard people down in mobile bill saying that the NFL's GonNa try him out at guard. Possibly but just from those first couple days of practice that I saw barge he looked like he could compete at tackle gone. He's definitely somebody who's going to be sliding boards crazy. All Marquette did from Hobart a few years back when he went down to the seasonable. Bart's did a lot of good things for himself and I I used to be a D. three coach so I love seeing division three players kind of go to a huge event. Doom Nagy does a really good job. Getting these players from smaller schools this opportunity and barge I just did not disappoint and I heard scouts talking about him or her media personnel. Talking about him I saw it with my own eyes. Ben Bart really made himself money this week. Another player that was really really really affected. Was Lloyd Cushion Berry wrote about him for the website. Six foot three three hundred. Twelve pounds offense a senator from Lsu he smooth feet and a very good ability to anchor and stalemate rushing defensive tackles when they're trying to rush him cushenberry. I mean he was just very effective. Those first two days at practice and I mean from what I saw. He was the only Lineman to really halt kin law and he did it on a few different occasions buried good feet. Quick hands a low frame that lends to a low center of gravity. And he's able to employ all those things affectively with really good fundamentals as well cushioned his teammate. Damian Lewis Bolt had very good weeks Damian. Lewis was another player that was used as playing right next. uh-huh same practice that south practice. He was also showing up showing a low center of gravity. Thought his first day wasn't as good as the second day but he's another player. That would not mind seeing dawning the giants Blue Blue Keith. Ishmail from San Diego State. He was six three six three three hundred pounds. I thought he showed a very fluid. Hips in those two. The two stunt drills which I remember saying about L. Hernandez the year I went down and we'll Hernandez played at the reasons senior Balmy San Diego State runs a lot of power gap. That's what they're things all about. That's what their offense is centralized around and the giants may be employing a lot more power gap kinda concepts with Jason Garrett has our offense coordinator and Ishmail while he's not the biggest I feel like he's somebody who can kinda come in here and just utilize really good fundamentals. I from just the reps that I saw. He was able to Kinda unhinged his hips. Take on that to be two you on the stunt and just kinda pack a pretty powerful punch show good anchor and really clean footwork as well. He somebody that will be my mind. Ben Bredesen's from Michigan six foot four three sixteen and a very solid week and rarely lost any reps in those one B. One so he's another player in tier off of Lyman played at forty. Plus Games for Michigan started boarded. Most of them at guard so I know the giants preset garbage. Still somebody to keep in mind I thought Matt per from Yukon. He's six foot six hundred and ten pounds. Jim Nagy Executive Director. Uh of the racist senior bowl talked about how her was basically British offerings in a while. That is very high praise. I kind of see where he's talking about. Just the fact that pass protection. He's very smooth now his lung blocking and it really get to see as much that I mean. They do the drills. But that's not really the same as in the game and team drills. I didn't see many big mistake from him. But during the game I'm are GonNa be paying attention to Matt per because the pass blocking he had me sold with his smooth. Footwork is ability to Mir quick feet. The powerful punch locks out able to handle counter moves things along those lines. So he's somebody that really intrigued me as well and Just Logan Sternberg Kentucky six foot six three hundred seventeen pounds I think I just remember. His coach kept praising him and I was watching other things but I was close enough to hear the coach so the the coach could praising his foot work and I don't believe I went back and substantiated that on the film but I want to bring it up because obviously if the coach team that he's playing on his praising him that's good thank taught Josh Jones six foot five three eleven from Houston. Everybody's talking about Josh Jones and I you're hearing so many mixed things. Did you have a good week. Did he have a bad week. I'm hearing both to be honest from what I saw his very first rap one b once he absolutely torched but then after that he was able to kind of not overset or do any of the things that he kinda the deal met I rep and he was solid from the things I saw. He was able to kind of keep his elbows inside punch inside and showed a little bit of patience as well. which is something that you wanna see from somebody who's not going to overcommit and then over extended the hips and kind of lead them so vulnerable so I thought he had a solid week? I don't know a first round picks didn't grind his film yet but that will will become awesome. I was glad to hear you say that. cushenberry showed quick hands. Because that was I think my one concern watching his tape and especially going back to his twenty eighteen tapes that sometimes his hands are a little bit slow getting up after the snap and you especially if he was head up on a defensive tackle zero technique guides kinda get into his chest chest plate. But I think that just watching over his games and then from what you said from the senior bowl that sounds like something he was really been working on really working to improve so I really hope that can continue because he has a lot of Nice traits. He's got a lot of things you want to see in a center. I also recently just got done watching met Pierre and actually if he plays in the game like he did for Connecticut he is going to get after guys run blocking he is a very aggressive run. Blocker is sometimes has some issues with leverage leverage but definitely takes it to defenders especially when he gets up to the second level are an hour. We're GONNA continue onto the defensive players that really jumped out to you nick. But before we our ticket very short commercial.

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"ben bart" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:36 min | 3 years ago

"ben bart" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"There is no one in america more qualified for this position and no one more deserving i want to thank the senators on both sides of the republican democrat for their consultation and advice during the selection process this incredibly qualified nominee deserves a swift confirmation and robust bipartisan support elect trump's first nominee last year justice neal gorsuch cavenaugh would be a young addition who could help remake the court for decades with rulings that could restrict abortion expand gun rights and rollback key parts of obamacare secretary of state mike pompeo used an unannounced trip to afghanistan monday to step up the trump administration's calls for peace talks between the afghan government and the taliban flying into kabul after visiting vietnam pompeo made the appeal and meetings with afghan president ashraf ghani and chief executive abdullah abdullah will support silicate in parsi participate in these peace discussions peace must be decided by the afghans and settled among them we expect that these peace talks will include a discussion of the role of international actors enforces my conclusion from this visit is that the president's strategy is indeed working your strategy is a clear message to the afghan people's security services that we will support them as they continue to fight to defend their country and their people strategies that a clear message to the taliban they cannot wait us out and we're beginning to see the results on the battlefield where the taliban's momentum is slowing and in the prospects prospects for peace with them i'd like to congratulate the government of afghanistan it's progress towards reform on kerr's government fighting corruption and developing a roadmap for its economy for the country's economy including a clear vision for stable development of the mining sector on north korea's commitment to denuclearize pompeo says the media has been focusing on rhetoric rather than constructive talks give me one quick answer with respect to north korea we we still have a long ways to go but the commitment that the north koreans made frankly the chairman kim personally made the president trump remains is when reinforced i saw some of the statements came out they were they were mixed you ever reported on the mixed statements but maybe maybe we'll now the statements that were put out german killer statement following our discussions continue to express his desire to complete the denuclearization to which is so committed pompeo on monday urged north korea to follow the path of vietnam which normalized relations with the us in the mid nineties harvey weinstein who was previously indicted on charges involving two women was released on bail monday while fighting sex crime accusations that now include a third woman attorney ben bart by brachman said weinstein's playing a leading role in shaping what will be an aggressive defense to the assault charges that could put him in prison for the rest of his life the more i investigate this case the more i realize that the charges that are currently indian dighton very defensible indeed and that any suggestion that mr weinstein raped anyone based on the the overwhelming evidence that i have in my possession already is a ludicrous suggestion and mr weinstein has a force also vigorously denied the fat suggestion his position has been from the beginning that any sexual encounters he had with anyone during the period in question were consensual and that he was never engaged in any forcible sexual compulsion whatsoever mr weinstein is not a predator he is not a rapist and i believe that when this case is over we will ultimately see him to be exonerated attorney gloria allred challenged braff men to put weinstein on the stand mr brackman i believe that you have a significant problem if you're a if your client mr weinstein is that the alleged third victim consented i that is a question for the jury to decide you were not there and you cannot serve as a witness your argument is not evidence client will testify under oath at the trial brockman are you ready to stay on equivocally mr weinstein is ready to take the witness stand and testify as well weinstein's at new charges including two counts of predatory sexual assault which carries a maximum sentence of life behind bars manhattan district attorney cyrus vance said they are quote some of the most serious sexual offenses that exist under state law california judges rejected a trump administration plan.

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