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"brian bowen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"About your health. You've got to be smart about your financial health as well. My name is Todd. Cowardice is retired with integrity with Brian Bowen. Brian, There is all kinds of things that you could do to educate yourself. With going to school and then getting your master's degree going on and getting a doctor. You could be incredibly educated, while Hub says that there are ah, the smartest people in America, the most educated people in America are in an arbor, Michigan, of all places. That one I didn't see coming. I don't understand that number three Washington D. C, just north of US, Washington, DC, Arlington, Alexandria. Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia. Just that whole area is where the most educated people in the United States live. Top 10 You got Raleigh Durham there at Chapel Hill number four, San Francisco Madison, Wisconsin, Boston, Seattle Austin in Texas and then Bridgeport, Sanford and Norwalk, Connecticut. Those are some of the most educated places in America. And like I said outside of Ann Arbor, you know some of those makes sense to me. But that doesn't mean that you're well, financially educated those air very different. Wouldn't you agree? Yeah, that's true. Yeah. I mean, some of these. I mean, I know some of these pockets of light look at Phoenix, where I'm from. Originally Phoenix Maces 80 list And there's eso. Phoenix Mesa, Scottsdale with goodness gracious that hole That's like four million people, right? They're kind of lump in AA lot in there. But there's spark pockets that have very highly educated Scottsdale's very fluent, wealthy area. Glendale airport. My old office used to be was very affluent and educated. So you know, But then there's parts of that outweighs it, right? Of course, so, but, yeah, you're right. I mean, I think you know it's not necessarily. We've got people that do really good job saving great. We had a recent client that just came on board is like I've done a really got a good job saving. I don't know where to invest that fall, this newsletter program that I paid 100 bucks a year for it was really chief. But I lost 40% in covert and I just can't do that anymore. Brian. I didn't sleep for a month because I had to stare my wife in the face and say I didn't know what I was doing. And you know, he's a humble enough guided, say, Look, I didn't know when to get out or get back, and so he got out at the bottom, and then he sat there for you. No, actually, Until now, he's still sitting at the bottom because he missed all the upside. And so he's like, I don't know what to dono. And so he's incredibly good saver. They live well below their means, which is a good trade. Right. So from a well educated too Yeah, Absolutely. Yeah. Master's degree. You know what the idea is that, you know, intelligent and nose cash flow can obviously see. I'm making 10,000 month and I'm saving, you know, 3000. That's pretty good, right? I'm saving a lot of money. But that doesn't necessarily know how to dust or weird invested because A person that doesn't need this income shouldn't be putting in a pre tax account, right? You should be put in a Roth and inform case that well, no one ever told me that, you know, because now he doesn't need this income, still working at 72. You're going to be paying a requirement of distribution because it's all sitting in an IRA he rolled into IRA could've left in his 41 Kane didn't take the Rmd. So there's just the two or three things that pointed out, saying You could be saving tens of thousands in taxes over the next 5 to 10 years. And the SEPA, of course, is nowhere involved. I said that your people know that you have a 1,000,002 in on Ira. No, because I don't provide that information. But he's your most trusted individual. He's your most trusted advisor, but he doesn't know what you're networth ISS. He just sees the little bit of dividends and your W two paycheck. Right? And you've had CPAs over the years. Do they know all your information? I mean, oftentimes, not oftentimes not look in my wife's an accountant, right? And she goes through this the same struggle all the time with not having the full picture. So she can only account for what has happened in people. People come to her and her job because she does lot of the HR in the company to write and ask her opinion, and, you know, she's probably stuck in a hard spot going. Yeah, I don't know how to advise them because oftentimes when she's helping people set up their insurance They're like, Well, what do I do here? What do I need to do here like? No, I don't know. Is it better to take a higher deductible? Or is that need to do a health savings account? Wife worker? No, but it doesn't matter because and the crazy thing is Brian. That most people who come and ask her those questions. Don't understand why she doesn't know the answer. All right. I understand that. Yeah, because they have nowhere else to go. So they're expecting her, You know, And I think that puts a lot of pressure on HR professionals. One of my good friends is an H r professional. And he's like you should hear the things that people want me to give advice on. Just unbelievable. I'm I'm about to lose everything. What do you think I should do? Because I don't know anything. You know, it was like, Well, I need a full of money in my 401 K. And then he looks outside and sees a brand new truck. Right. And you're well, you might want to get rid of the debt first. Let's start with that. Sell the truck and buy something cash. You know, if you're about to lose your house, the truck is not as important as the house is the house, you know, Obvious thing, But look when you're in the midst of it Sometimes you can't see the forest for the trees, and we all know people who have been in that situation where they'll find their Selves in between a rock and a hard place And it's pretty clear what we think they should do. But but it's hard to jump into that situation where you're telling someone because what if you're wrong? What if you make the wrong choice, But like when it's obvious, like House versus car? That's an easy one. But look, that's the beauty of what you do, Brian. And that's the beauty of what people like you do, and there's plenty of people in the area that do what Brian D'oh do what Brian does and his team does, But Brian and his team are a little more comprehensive than everybody else and you're able to roll in. The whole tax piece because you have impact tax group. Yeah. And you are left to when you're just I mean, I was investment advisor. You know, investment on ly advisor in Arizona when people would come to me for advice, and I just was able to talk about their investments, and they would course it all leads to other things, right? What do you think about this? What You think about that? I mean, well, I don't really know. Cause I don't I can't know what I knew now what I do right, but they want advice on that, because every once a one stop shop for everything right, But you just can't do that. So I think that's where.
"brian bowen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"A higher deductible? Need health savings account life worker? No, but it doesn't matter because, and the crazy thing is Brian. That most people who come and ask her those questions. Don't understand why she doesn't know the answer. All right. I understand that because they have nowhere else to go. So they're expecting her, You know, And I think that's it puts a lot of pressure on HR professionals. One of my good friends is an H r professional. And he's like you should hear the things that people want me to give advice on. Just unbelievable. I'm I'm about to lose everything. What do you think I should do? Because I don't know anything. You know, it was like, Well, I need to put money in my 401 K. And then he looks outside and sees a brand new truck, right? And you're well, you might want to get rid of the debt first. Let's start with that. Sell the truck and buy something cash. You know, if you're about to lose your house, the truck is not as important as the house is the house, you know, Obvious thing, But look, when you're in the midst of it, sometimes you can't see the forest for the trees and we all know people who have been in that situation where they'll find their Selves. Between a rock and a hard place and it's pretty clear what we think they should do, but but it's hard to jump into that situation where you're telling someone because what if you're wrong? What if you make the wrong choice, but like when it's obvious, like House versus car? That's an easy one. But look, that's the beauty of what you do, Brian, and that's the beauty of what people like you do, And there's plenty of people in the area that do what Brian do do what Brian does and his team does. But Brian and his team are a little more comprehensive than everybody else, and you're able to roll in the whole tax piece because you have impact tax group. Yeah, And that's I mean, that's a you are left to when you're just I mean, I was investment advisor. You know, investment on ly advisor in Arizona when people would come to me for advice, and I just was able to talk about their investments, and they would course it all leads to other things, right? What do you think about this? When you think about that on my well, I don't really know. Because I don't I can't know what I do. But what I do right, but they won advice on that. Because every once a one stop shop for everything right, But you just can't do that. So I think that's where the financial health checkup is A good place to start for. Folks is saying, you know, am I on track for my investments and how much I'm saving that gives the basics across and then we can move forward from there in a second opinion if they want one. Right. But, you know, I think you know when you're looking at hiring or looking at, you know someone that's gonna help you with your financial future. You've gotta have someone that does everything you really do mean this hole. I'm going to go to this guy, and it's going this guy and have four or five different companies that advised me and it's all going to be fragmented, segmented. It doesn't work. The system is broken. We would encourage you to start with Brian's website. Look, oftentimes we'll say a call in to a second opinion service to retirement blueprint, and we make those complimentary. Gonna make it easy because people want easy..
"brian bowen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"To get back. Okay? And so maybe they could ask for two minutes of your time. Three minutes of your time. Something short just started. And if it's easier, and you don't want to type it out, maybe we could really quickly hop on a call. Or or you could send me a voice message. Right? Easy is possible for the person that you're asking. Absolutely make it and give them Every opportunity to say yes if they don't don't give them an hour saying if this is too much trouble that ah, like like that, that starts putting negative connotation on your email. Your message is going to give me a reason to say no. This person is never going to succeed anyway, because with wrong personality, But that's that's exactly right. And the key is if you don't ask, the answer is always going to be no. Anyway, right? And if you don't exactly if you don't try You know the same things you could be a fearful of failure were literally hardwired if you know anything about brain research and the latest research on neuroscience, But how the brain works and why we do what we do. You can see. Because of all the years and years and years and centuries, We have been conditioned as humans to avoid pain, avoid fear. And statistically, we're 500% more inclined to want to avoid pain than we are to want to gain pleasure, And that's why advertisers and marketers tapping that all the time is modern market in fear and marketing, right getyou to avoid the pain of the fear or whatever could happen. I think about insurance, write their whole business models wrapped around you paying the money to avoid the potential. Problem that could come in the future. That's a great business here. Sure is Aino lost people. Essentially, that's the That's the one thing that you have to overcome. Fear. Rejection is revered projection because at the end of the day that the worst that happens Is nothing. That's right. So if you could, if you could be satisfied if you couldn't go to a bar and just tested out like that, and if you want to talk to seven girls in seven phone numbers, you have to talkto 50 people to get the seven numbers or you have 100 people to get the seven numbers just like sales. It's a numbers game. Eventually you were gonna break through. You're going to figure out the little minutia in terms of being able to tail your message. Such that You can walk into a room with people and have that conversation and get the common ground and get to a place where you're Talking to the person that you wanted to talk to you face to face. And they're listening to you because you had that capability of being able to say all right? This is what I want to talk to him that could get in front of us. I think the key is when you're being persistent, is to do it in a fun, playful way. That's sort of like P s. You know if I'm reaching out to somebody and saying had loved to train your salespeople, for example, right? I can help increase your sales by a minimum of 20% have done it with 50 other companies. And I'm confident I could do the same thing with your company. Based on the research that I've done. All I need is three minutes of your time by phone to explain to you how we can do this. And really, the phone is attacked. He could get the in person meeting but you ask something like that, and they don't respond. And they don't respond and don't respond, respond and you can play with them. And you could say something along the lines of PS. The reason I'm so persistent is because persistency as we both know is the key to success. Wouldn't you like to see your salesmen be more persistent? And do you even track how persistent your salesmen are, or do you even know when they stop? They stop on the second called a stop on the 30 million and so you can make it fun and playful and almost curiosity driven like, Aren't you curious? Why I keep reaching on? It must have something good to say. It's worth 60 seconds. I promise. And if it's not the worst you lost in 60 seconds. And at the very least, you'll stop seeing my mail in your inbox. Everyone make it find you made a play for.
3 get prison in college basketball recruiting scandal
"Stokes three men of going to prison for six to nine months for their roles in a wide ranging scandal hitting top college basketball programs, including one in North Carolina. The leaders this morning from WBZ's Mike Doyle, the three including a former executive with Adidas were convicted late last year of funneling illegal payments to families of recruits to NC state, Kansas and Louisville. Prosecutors say coaches teamed up with the three and others to trade hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to influence star athletes is choice of schools shoe sponsors agents and even Taylor's US district. Judge Lewis Kaplan said all the harm the men caused could not be measured in dollars citing testimony by the father of Brian Bowen junior. One of America's bright high school basketball stars he seemed destined for the NBA. It was revealed. His father was to be paid one hundred thousand dollars. So we signed would go to Louisville. The judge recall that the father cried as he testified that he had rector son's
Openings to start in college basketball recruitment trial
"In the biosphere of college. Basketball, buying players for universities. The amounts are hardly eye-popping tens, and in some cases, one hundred thousand dollars. The tactics are pretty crude and familiar, but there are a lot of names and figures and text messages at its core. Dan, this is about universities as I said, buying the service of basketball players, but that's now the government is framing the case, is it? No, they are framing the universities as victims here in that by paying players family, you render that player ineligible and university would never give a scholarship to an ineligible player and by playing that ineligible player, unbeknownst the school, they would potentially. Incur the wrath of the NCAA which could punish them financially and other sanctions and vacated wins. And all of that, obviously, the other side says, are you kidding me? We're giving we're helping school, get a five star basketball player so they can win. We are helping not harming these universities and we're really working at either the spoken or implied consent of the. Of the basketball coaches who to them represent the university. So that's really the heart of the case right there. And my your book focuses on one of those coaches, Rick Pitino, and some of the players who entered his orbit and are part of this trial. One is a young guy named tugs Bowen, Brian Bowen, junior, I don't wanna get blinded by the details of his case, but the story is pretty Representative not only of the prosecution, the courting of high school basketball stars, isn't it? Yes. Tugs is a was a good player. Not a great player. Sweet kid. His father was his mentor. Father was a figure in what you beautifully put it. The biosphere of of basketball and his father took a lot of money or took money. A lot of times on behalf of his kids play in a you basketball or to switch high schools as father just kept taking money, and but the money he took for him to go to Louisville was one quarter of one percent of Rick Pitino's annual Sal. Theory. So the money that actually came to the bone, family was nineteen thousand five hundred dollars. It's nothing and, but it really sort of encapsulates the inequalities here because it it became criminalized and Bowen lost his college career and losing his college career. This is a guy that went to play and he's playing Australia. He's playing in Australia, and you know he wants to be in the NBA like all these kids do seven thousand miles from the closest NBA franchise. He'll get scouted, but let's face it. That's a harder road to be one of the thousand or so oversea overseas players trying to get noticed by the NBA that is to go to Louisville and be on national TV all the time, right. That's also reflective sort of the Casablanca nature of this case. Everybody is shocked. Oh my God. You know, the coaches names are Bill self of Kansas has popped up in texts and emails among some of these parties. Talk of Adidas, black ops team come on. There's this cash. Cash on the cars down.
"brian bowen" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Four straight wins at Yankee Stadium. That's not an easy thing to do. And now Red Sox four times it clinched vision again key stadium. Yup. And now they just Clinton today LDS at Yankee Stadium, so far very good. It's always a more bitter pill to swallow for either team when they lose to the other especially in the postseason you get better with experience. And I think I think Aaron boom is going to learn a lot from this is going to look back at this game. And maybe see it in different way, especially with urgency. This is not the regular season. You can't have a long leash on your starters. Especially with the bullpen that you have. And that's the reality that was their strength, and you have to be able to use it. We've seen Craig counsel use it in Milwaukee that's their strength Alex Cora trusted as bullpen. And he said enough with Rick Portillo, I'm going to face nineteen headers. And that's it. Then I'm going to the bullpen and I'm going to play the match ups. I think they were just prepared today before. Knowing exactly what they were going to do in certain situations where with New York they want. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio and the ESPN app. So the Red Sox advanced they get the Astros game. One of the AL CS will be the second half of the double header on Saturday. C S opens on Friday. Primetime. Then they'll play game to during the afternoon on Saturday in LA. So the Red Sox will host the Astros under the lights at Fenway for game one of the AL S. What's that mean? Alex bregman gets his wish this Floyd Mayweather fight. The first flight of the night or does he is he the main event, I mean, this Tiger Woods tee off eight AM. It's about time the the show stroz play on primetime television. So we're looking forward to the LCS show. Stroz kidding getting to play under the lights nationwide. Primetime coverage for game one of the AL and the game too. As a matter of fact on Sunday as well. Bregman after the Astros clinched on Monday, valid desire to the guy's a PTI Sony. Have the network suit's been getting it wrong this postseason? Let me state for the record. I love Alex bregman. I love Alex bregman from his point of view. This is a terrible tragedy. Because this is a team. They are the reigning champion. Okay. One more this year than last year it stars from the network point of view. I tend to agree with the networks. I think that Houston Cleveland is not nearly let's let's the testimonial match testimony. Right. Dodgers race. The dodgers are a very glamorous team. Now, I won't make the case from the walking Colorado, but I will say this. If Colorado is at home you can't play him that early because that's in the third time zone out. Could you can't start them? As we know do whatever they wanted. Let me go back to an Alex bregman quote from earlier in the year, one ad run off about ten or twelve in a row, Houston, the I'll let you know. He said, yeah. Hey, don't tell us when we're playing. Well, we will let you know. This is a better, quote if Al to Springer and Carre down with injuries, we're looking at the most wins in the history of the game. We just we sort of sat around and news with figuring that out that wouldn't happen. You have to love his confidence about his team. They got big stars. And he named half of them. They are the number four market in America in terms of size. So it's not like the Houston people traditional with the national following. But you know, what when you play in the AL CS you're going to be in prime time, and they will be on Saturday. Every pitcher baseball's postseason right through the crowning of a World Series. Champ is here on ESPN radio beginning with the NFL CBS Friday, seven o'clock eastern our coverage here on ESPN radio presented by. Autozone. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Text messages between former Louisville assistant coach Kenny Johnson. And Brian Bowen senior were introduced in court Tuesday showing that the two had planned to meet up in August of last summer. Not the first time a payment had been alleged a direct thirteen hundred dollar payment. But it was an example of direct communication between a member of a coaching staff in a player or parent who had received money as it was shown in court ESPN college sports reporter Jeff four zero. Brian bones senior, he's he's alleged multiple schools made offers for his son, the Christian doctrines one of the defendants on trial. But on Tuesday, we finally saw direct conversation between Bowen senior and a college assistant coach this was with Lou former Louisville assistant Kenny Jonsson, they texted in June of two thousand seventeen where in the text messages day, they decided to meet up and bones senior in his testimony said that he asked Kenny Jonsson for rent money and Johnson declined it. He said he was flabbergasted at the at the comment, but in August, two thousand seventeen exchange more text messages and bone your ass. Kenny Jonsson if he wanted to to square up and meet somewhere, and they did. And according to Bowen senior Monte at that meeting which occurred in a car outside of bone seniors residents Johnson gave volun- senior thirteen hundred dollars. But what's the expectation for tomorrow? Jeff as testimony continues in this case, so Brian bones senior, he's finished with his testimony. The prosecution called Carrie Doyle, she's a. A compliance director at NC state. She's being questioned regarding a forty thousand dollar payment and alleged forty thousand dollar payment. So the father of Dennis Smith junior a former five star recruit played there for one season. I was in the NBA and that payment was allegedly facilitated by an NC state assistant coach Dita's consultant Carrie Doyle, has has said that she had no knowledge of it. But it's clear the defense is trying to do two things. They're trying to paint the picture that especially in regards to Brian Bowen junior that Christian doctrines and the bones had a pre existing relationship and therefore any benefits provided from Dawkins are NCA compliant and above board. But more importantly, I think they are clearly trying to prove that Brian Bowen junior would have been ineligible long before he accepted money on behalf of Adidas with this Louisville, Christian dock and scheme, Brian bones senior admitted that he accepted money since bone was about fifteen years old since early in his high school days, whether it's from an AAU team a high school team. He he said that he has accepted money and the defense is saying, hey, you accepted this money long before. Adidas Adidas paid you to go to Louisville, and therefore, you know, he was ineligible. And we're not the ones that made him. Ineligible. Bowen senior saying he received offers of one hundred thousand dollars and high paying jobs for Bowen, senior and bones mother from Creighton hundred and fifty thousand and eighty thousand dollar car from Oklahoma state and free housing from Texas. Speaking of lawsuits Steelers receiver in Tonio Brown is facing a couple of civil lawsuits from an April incident near Miami where he's alleged to have thrown items off a fourteen floor balcony that nearly hit a child. ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. There's a lot to unpack in the latest Antonio Brown saga that features not one but two lawsuits pending in south Florida from an April incident, you have one attorney who's claiming Brown completely trashed a multimillion dollar apartment. You have a police report that says Brown was allegedly very agitated and yelling at security guards. He thought set him up in a potential theft. And then you have another attorney saying that Brown nearly killed a toddler when he was throwing furniture items off of that apartment balcony. Now. Mike Tomlin head coach was asked about this today. He said he has no comment. He knows nothing about the incident. Antonio Brown will most likely be at his locker this week. We will attempt to ask him about it. But Brown seems to be hitting the situation head on. He has hired legal counsel and has.
Brian Bowen's father says ex-Louisville assistant Kenny Johnson gave him $1,300
"The father of a former blue chip college basketball recruits, a major college program gave him money after a son agreed to play their John Stolnis tells more Brian Boeing senior told a federal jury in New York that Louisville assistant coach Kenny Jonsson gave him a secret cash payment of one thousand three hundred dollars. After Bowen asked Johnson for rent money came it came after in junior had committed to play for the cardinals. But when testified in a federal corruption trial in New York and admitted Johnson told him it was a one time only deal. Prosecutors are trying to convict three defendants and Adidas executive of former Adidas consultant and an aspiring sports agent with conspiring to pay Bowen's family one hundred thousand dollars in exchange for an agreement for Bowen to play at Louisville.
"brian bowen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Eight forty W H A S. It's Tony Bonetti twice stealing Kabo. Janet Jackson is now in the rock and Roll Hall of fame in that is a joke that is not rock and roll. It is a great song. She's a great artist. She's one of the greatest music artist of all time part of one of the greatest families of all time, but doesn't belong in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. If you want to change it to the history of music hall of fame than she belongs. But as a former rock jock. It's it's it's BS is what it is. Okay. And I I'm so sick of these bands look radio heads a good band doesn't belong in the hall of fame rage against machine. Awesome band doesn't belong in rock and Roll Hall of fame a mentioning bands that are now in the rock and Roll Hall of fame, Stevie nicks awesome. Doesn't belong in the hall of fame as a single artist. She's already part of Fleetwood MAC, I'm reading from Yahoo sports. I think this is Dan Wetzel. He's reporting on the NC double as well. The I'm sorry the FBI investigation and testimony that happened today. His article reads. The headline is should Louisville. Get the death penalty. After the latest revelations in college hoops trial. You've else penalty included in two thousand seventeen vacating one hundred and twenty three victories a two thousand thirteen national title a five game suspension for head coach in four years of probation on August. Twenty third two thousand seventeen just nine weeks later Louisville socio head coach Kenny Jonsson parked his car in front of the Galt house the fame downtown hotel. That's where Brian Bowen senior the father of incoming cardinal five star freshman, Brian tugs Bowen was staying in a twenty three hundred dollars a month apartment. Bowen senior testified he climbed into Johnson's car and assistant coach handed him thirteen hundred dollars in cash. It's not good. As Nick coffee talk on seven ninety KRLD earlier today, they can separate this easily to the other schools and Louisville because when you're on probation. And you commit a level one violation. You are in trouble. Now, this isn't going to go down for years, the FBI has to figure out their stuff finish up what they have. And then turn their information over the the NCAA remember when the stripper gate happened. No one disputed the facts. And it took two years. You've L admitted Gary we did all that the only thing they argued as whether Rick knew about it. But they every detail they said, yeah. All that happened. So there was no disputing the facts. There was no trial and witnesses and all that. No one disputed the facts, and it still took two years. So I can't imagine this not going down for another four to five years before it goes down. We will see. All right, Leland Conway is texting me while I'm on the air. He says his interview today is gone viral. I heard that interview with rand Paul. He says Rampal warns of assassination peril after cavenaugh confirmation. I really worry. Someone who's going to get killed. I meant to call in to Leland's show. But I'll say it here. Yes. That's a real fear. And we know that as Americans because it happened in the nineteen sixties. I if I got to choose to live in any time in history. It would be right now. People forget how awful things have been in this world and in the history contemporary American history. In the nineteen sixties Americans actually used to kill their leaders. John F. Kennedy Bobby Kennedy, Martin Luther King mega Evers, Malcolm. X? The list goes on and on and on there used to be riots where they burned cities down to the ground whole parts of cities would burn to the ground protesting. While killing our leaders. And by the way, protesters used to get the crap beat out of him by Teamsters. Remember that one the construction teachers beating the crap out of the anti-vietnam war guys. Oh, yeah. It is not the worst time. We lived in our life, and yes, it's a difficult time. And it seems. But again, I tell you. The people that are emotionally caught up in all this. It's a small group. That is going to do this kind of stuff. It's a very very small group. But it's not because of the cavenaugh trial. Okay. And these times are much better than the nineteen sixties. Actually by a wide margin. Donovan you're on with Tony. What's up, buddy? Tony, I believe that. Oh about not wanting kids. Yeah. I think you can correlate almost every one of us comments with people that. We're in a large family, really large family. My my my in laws the same way, basically. Yeah. She was the oldest of her family like nine t h. Basically had to raise her siblings. So then burned out before she started her own life. She had three kids and she's getting divorced really early when my wife was like thirteen and just became she's been single ever since. She never went back. Well, earned out. Yeah. People people aren't having children. Okay. In the numbers are in. It's the lowest in thirty years the birth rate in America Molyneaux are not having children the people that are having children are women over thirty five. Later in life, if they're having them, and they're not having four and five have three siblings. So there were four of us. Those days are almost over. I mean, it is it's it's interesting to look at now, I agree with you the the groups that had multiple multiple kids. But the ones that were reading from also Donovan, I appreciate the call. Also our? Kids that are in their middle age that turned out to be crappy kids, basically. That their burden on their on their parents in middle age, and they don't show appreciation in some of these parents are saying I kind of regret having children. Also. There are some that say ones that get sick, or or have addictions that there is some real thought there before coming to their senses and say, no, I would love him. But y you know, they question it. Nine percent of deer. Annie's respondents said they regretted having children. So it's a really interesting topic. Let's go to Greg you're on with Tony. What's up? Hey, tony. I just wanted to say. Large families aren't fair, and I've got thirteen brothers and sisters that I love all of my parents do great work with that. Yes. I don't have any kids myself. It's tough afford either. My best friends now. And that's how old are you? Fifty five. Yes. See I I'm Greg. I'm with you. When I read the title, it says some readers regret having kids, I actually laughed out loud. And I said it didn't. And then so I read the article, right? So I laughed loud. And said, I don't know anybody that regrets having children, and until I read the article, and I don't I don't walk in you got to walk a mile in people's shoes. And some people don't have the same experience or they have hormones at our offer. Or you know, they have just find it find it so sad siblings that don't get along with each other. Well, being so short, our parents who are both gone now raised up to love each other carefree. Yeah, we fall when we were kids. Made some sacrifices, but a lot of good life lesson. Well, you know, what that's a whole different topic, which is siblings that don't communicate that is a whole new topic. And I'm interested in that. Also, I think we might do that one too because that would be because I think that is more prevalent than you think I think that happens more, especially when you get older. Some things that happened. When you grow up some people just hold grudges. He's never get over it. You're a jerk to me when I was a kid, and I'm choosing not to hang out with you the rest of my life. Or they show up once a year once every five years. Cheers. What's up chess work going on Mr. Bonetti a man this topic on the kid, man? You you you? You gotta hit that bail on that. But I'm gonna tell you something if it wasn't for my kid for my kid. You know, I never would have done half of the things. No. You know, what I'm just like you were saying your kid is more mature than you are done half of the things football basketball. Oh, yeah. Yep. But you know, I'm I'm kind of in the same boat as you I had I you know, I I got away later on in their life. And now, I'm back. You know what I'm saying? No. Yeah. I grew up with by kids. I grew up alongside my kids. I've always been a big kid rock DJ from a whole life. I mean, it's you know, one of the reasons I switched to sports radio. Cheers. And you know that was that. I was like I can't be in a bar at one o'clock in the morning. I gotta go. Do talk radio. Exactly, exactly. Tony. Lemme lemme say that man, you know, second time around what my wife. It's better, man. It's so much better. Yes. Yeah. It is. I appreciate the call. She has always loved cheers. When he shows up at at remotes in hanging out and MRs cheers to and they've had. You know, they've had their challenges just like all couples have. And kids are not the answer. Sometimes. Well, you know, part of this discussion to is how many times have you heard? Well, we'll have a kid that'll solve our problems that that's about necessarily true. But then sometimes it ends up being true kids are the hardest thing you'll ever do in your life. And it's the most rewarding. At least that's my story. Short break back after this NewsRadio eight forty W H A S just.
"brian bowen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Row. ABC news, Washington. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell calls outgoing US ambassador to the UN. Nikki Haley achey part to the administration's team speaking on the Senate floor today McConnell said our nation has benefited greatly from the tough skilled leadership that Nikki Haley brought to the UN Healy announced this morning that she would be stepping down at the end of the year. She said serving in the Trump administration has been the honor of a lifetime. The father of a blue chip college basketball, recruit testifies that an assistant coach at the university of Louisville gave him a secret cash payment. Brian Bowen senior described the thirteen hundred dollar cash payment Tuesday to a New York federal jury in a corruption trial. He said assistant coach Kenny Jonsson gave him the money but told him Louisville. Didn't normally pay basketball players Johnson was never accused of a crime. He was fired last year. A former Adidas executive and two other defendants have pleaded not guilty to charges they sought to use an under the table. One hundred thousand dollar payment from Adidas to get Bowen's son to sign with Louisville. The father testified that he expected Johnson would also give him extra cash for rent. Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty WHAT. Yes. We now know more about why limousine that crashed in upstate New York. Flunked a safety inspection state transportation records show, the ill-fated limousine was cited for six violations after his September fourth inspection. One of them involve the antilock braking system. The report does not make clear whether this was minor or whether it's signal a bigger problem with the brakes. The limousine was also cited for failing to correct a prior defect. But the report did not say what that defect was the NTSB has found. No sign of skid marks before the limousine ran a stop sign and impacted at high speed killing twenty people all of whom police have now formally identified Aaron Katersky. ABC news New York more than two thousand people have been killed in Indonesia's twin disasters this ad update. From officials now preparing to end a search for survivors of the September. Twenty-eighth earthquake and sue NAMI State Department. Spokeswoman Heather Nauert, USA ideas..
"brian bowen" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"They're always like these guys that surround the players are like discussing his guys on earth, and they always fit like there's three three types of people that they are in their always one of those three types of people that are these kinds of the principal had. They're always the same and you're showing them. They're showing them at these th they were following Nick Richards at at his all these events that he had to go to and stuff, and those people that are just like popping up and just kind of they're all like middle aged faddish. It just like a towel on their shoulder, some wipe their sweat. Yes. And it's. I don't know that they all feel like the exact same day. Like if feels like the game has changed. Like I watched this stuff and it's different from what I was playing a you, and and we had the number one team in the country and maybe ever and we had the same shit like these types of people that are just kind of popping up and walking around and on us and stuff the the the way they go about their businesses change, but it's always those exact same guys. Yeah, just absolute losers. Yes. The biggest losers on earth that I know everything about sixteen year old kids, everybody in basketball. You know what I mean? It's like, whoa, let's let's take a step back there. The worst also your team species into heat. They were mentioned by Brian Bowen senior for offering some cash cut this part, Kyle. Let's move on. Right? It wasn't that a story. I don't know. Maybe not maybe not. Yeah, it was. It was impressive. Impressive, Nike, dude. I mean, it's good for you. Good for your brand. I'm telling everybody you got. I, I'm shocked to hear what you're saying. I'm shocked by these allegations. Monsour monitoring, just keep an eye on it. That's all I can ask. Just keep an eye on it. Hey, we have. We have a couple of days we have to talk about. Do you want to start with Drake and Justin? Timberlake, no-show show in Memphis midnight madness thing? Or do you want to start with Zayn Williamson picture? I say, let's save Zion for last because that's the best that's you know, that's for last. So first off Memphis, we talked about last week. It was announced by Penny Hardaway in Memphis contingency that Justin Timberlake the, you know, Memphis guy, obviously, partial owner of the grizzlies I think still maybe not and Drake, former John cale Perry fan now, apparently going back to Cowboys routes to Memphis fan. We're going to be there for the midnight madness and then it was all ally and then they weren't there and then they were not there sold out Memphis sold out there. They sold like eighteen thousand seats. The place was packed. Yes, sold out. And I've, I've done a little bit of research, not a ton. A lot of the crazy. You know, I gotta stay true to the brand, but I did do a little bit of. Research in. I uncovered that. It wasn't Memphis. Never officially announced these guys. We're going to be there. They just went along with it. Yeah, yeah, yeah, that's never denied it. Like someone else announced that they're like, yeah. Would that be wild guy. So if someone tweeted at doesn't Drake would love to see that. Yeah. If someone wants to put out the rumor that Drake viral. Podcast tour Drake blocks, Memphis, Tigers. I am. I am not going into to deny that. Yeah, so that's the story. I don't know. It's interesting to me. But anything anything penny does is interesting to me what also penny they were re tweeting all this stuff like his account Memphis. They're like, this is the Toby didn't sell out any games for the past two years. So this is like the first sellout right out and there wasn't even a real game, obviously was midnight madness, oh, people were. They were. They were just jacking it all up there. Like this guy is played a real game. He's already, you know, the first sell out of the season, yada, yada, yada, all his excitement. And then I don't. I mean, he he, this had to originate from somewhere within their camp. I would, I would think, but even so it's great marketing because we're talking about it. You know what I mean?.
"brian bowen" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"I guess, was my question that I was put that, you know, like obviously it's coming from the I understand how the shoe company deal works, where docking and says like, hey, I will pay you a hundred thousand dollars, but you have to go to this data school and that's how the deal works. And then he calls the data school and gets him on board and like that'll make sense to me. What doesn't make sense to me is the assistant coaches of the schools shell out one hundred grand because they don't make that much money and the money has to be coming from somewhere, but but but isn't there a chance that they actually do have that money like just fun with through their salary, which comes back to, you know, basically the schools do have some that this is the greater point I was going to make is that it would be impossible for an assistant coach to to go rogue. In these instances, right? Like assistant coaches can like I'm on board with the assistant coach going rogue theory when it's like ten grand or. Or twenty grand, even something like that. But when you're getting up to like one hundred thousand dollars, there's no way these assistant coaches can afford to. From for more presented on paper. You know, like these guys are making two hundred, three hundred grand a year, right? They're not gonna take a third or half of their salary and give it to one kid, especially if the kids the twenty-first play best player in the class too. That's the other thing about all of this. Is that what I thought we're not talking about? I mean, obviously I on is one guy, I it isn't, but we're, we're talking about Brian Bowen. You know what I mean? Yeah. He was a five star and all that stuff. But I mean that that's sort of the crazy thing to me. We just hear those numbers like that's every single year we're dealing with this. You know, there's there's a hundred forty thousand dollars on the line for all these guys every single year. That's wild. But I, I guess, like for me, it's like the the the the head coach is have to no, not that I didn't already know that the head is new, but that kind of proves it. Right. Like if you're if an assistant coach you, if you're a head coach, you can't. If you're Sean Miller, you can't be like book Richardson went rogue and just start throwing out a hundred grand to guys because there's no way that that could happen. The finances don't work out. Yeah, you're signing off on that. So it's like it's as you think about any sort of company, like if any, if any CO. Oh, they're making some sort of big deal like he's gonna see anything. Probably six figures like what's going on there. Right? Like it's the same sort of deal. If if your viewing all these guys like deniro in casino like we talked by last week, they're gonna see that deal and make sure like first of all, they're down for that and they're willing to do it and then they're going to move from there. You would think you would think? Yes. So. So I guess that is that is a legitimate thing that I think I'm gonna keep an eye out is that if these offers are coming from the schools, I think that's a problem that in a gift we don't. We don't know what's true, what's not. It's all whatever. But I think I think something can come of that because I don't know. I, I just caught myself assume and then say, might be competent and investigated stuff, but but there's a, there's a very distinct difference from the offers coming from a Texas or a Creighton or wherever else versus offer coming from like Nike or Adidas, and then the player gets steered a certain way. You know what I mean? And I think that's like a. It might not seem like it's that big of a difference, but that's a massive difference in terms of trying to determine what coaches knew what in and all that sort of stuff. Because ultimately, that's all we care about is what coaches, what head coaches knew who knew who know dammit, who knew who done it, who did this, who do this? Yeah, I, I just wanted to say like bridging over. You said that you watch the student athlete documentary, right? But LeBron LeBron opera dot?.
"brian bowen" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"And when that when that story breaks or however however it works, it wasn't like that big of a breaking story. But when that headline comes across and people send it, you know, someone tweeted at me. It didn't have like the visceral reaction of like, oh, shit, Marquel Foltz and cow coups that big. That's a big moment because my mind, I'm like, no one, no one's really gonna care. Everyone's gonna be like, yeah, they deserve the money who cares and move on. So those moments that were looking for as you and I are sharks, just in the water waiting for someone. To dive in so we can rip them to shreds. It's not going to be the players. The only the only thing that's going to satisfy our hunger give us. Our pound of flesh are the coaches themselves and by the coaches, I mean, the head coaches out the assistance. We want the head coaches. We want the hall of fame head coaches, and there's no way that that's happening. So we might as well just make a mockery of this whole thing and just fuck around with like we have been doing right. Yes, exactly. And also they're writing the headlines wrong again, like they're right in the headlines. I Kau Kouzmin got eight thousand dollars while he was a Utah every single month. It's like, okay, cool. I mean, whatever that probably makes sense. I mean, based on his market, maybe that checks out whatever I don't care. But if your headline is Merle code says, there's probably should be more murders in college basketball. I wanna read that, you know, like that's a line. That's the story. The other, the other funny thing that's happening. So the the reason we're revisiting this by the way for people that are just completely oblivious to everything is as we said, Brian Bowen senior gave his testimony in some new players. Enter the game is, is how, whoa phrase it, right. Like we have all the names that we think are that he, he invokes some new names into all of this coupon Foltz being. He didn't specifically invoked Kouzmin fulls, but you get the point some some new names or Spradlin in some some programs are also sprinkling Creighton in Texas, and I, I'm losing track of like win all these things become relevant. All that shit. But anyway, the one thing we haven't mentioned are, no, I want to make this point. I before I get to the Oregon thing. It's it's funny, I, if you read these articles, all these schools are putting out statements and they're saying they're doing that. That's the other funny thing to me is that the schools themselves are like we did a investigation and. Nothing's come back. This is true. Yeah, we just we just asked her out and everyone said they'd never heard about any of this. So weird. Weird, really weird. We'll let you know if you think on our end SIA, it says, let's see here are compliance office conducted a review and did not find any information that substantiates the recent testimony Texas AD crystal Conte said in a statement that did not mention any names, we will monitor the information from the core proceedings and continue to cooperate fully. Should there being a request from the NCAA. Meanwhile, Creighton Creighton said it took the allegations very seriously, but is quote confident that coach, Greg McDermott, and members of his staff uphold the highest standards of integrity recruiting. The Santa Barbara spokesman in san- Santa Barbara is being roped in this casino, Barbara's head coach, Joe Pasternak was an assistant at Zona. Yep. He's now the head coach of Santa Barbara. So people reach out Santa Barbara school officials were not aware of statements made in court regarding pasternack prior to Thursday that they have not been contacted by federal investigators. So it's just a masterclass in like, what what's going on is? Is there a trial going on? Yeah. Into it. We promise the best thing that's so nice to just say that we will monitor, you know, I feel like that's how we've you west coast basketball, you know, we're just gonna monitor, you know, we'll, we'll get. We'll keep an eye on it. You know, you guys let us know how it's going and okay, should we swoop in now? Okay, we'll check it out like, you know. So that's the way they're approaching quote, unquote. The biggest scandal in college about, you know what I mean? Oh, sorry. Recent college. Basketball history. Yeah, you know. So there's thirty three. There are three things..
"brian bowen" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Rainy up to one hundred fifty thousand. We got Creighton that comes to the fixture also hundred forty thousand. Apparently Arizona are boy saw Miller. Of course. You know, as botch of course, apparently has won on a phone call talking about this and then Oklahoma state, and they go into a little bit specifics of what the offers are. Themselves. But I think the best thing that I saw was the Oklahoma state offer where is one hundred fifty thousand and then they had like a separate side deal where he had this eight eight thousand dollar a month, Mercedes that was going to be lined up for him and. All this can't be proven like I was saying because it was all coming from Dawkins is all word of mouth really is not. Nothing has really set in stone on paper other than the Patino Louisville offer that was actually cash through through Dita's, but just seeing the specifics of these offers into seeing these numbers that are thrown out into seeing how it really is the wild wild west. You know what I mean? And it really is crazy it. It is the market, you know, like Rick Pitino is at a tech saying, can you believe that you know, Brian bones going for two hundred thousand? Apparently you know what I mean? Like like, and then and then trying to say it was like a joke because I used to joke is a rumors Joe that we were just messing around just driving fund each other. Come on, we're, you know, we're committed to the Frank. Yeah, it's all right. Brian, bone senior is Brian bone. Senior is Mr. wonderful from shark tank. It got to the point where he's no longer just asking for cash. She's trying to get his cut of royalties and shit. It's like give me a stipend here. Give me one percent of ticket sales here. Every diet soda that sold at the Louisville gave us this year. I want fifty cents from that cut. It's incredible how elaborate stuff gets. It's great. Then the old wild west was just stuff. The duffel bag. That's it. Now now we're now we're dealing with cars and houses and jobs, and and what have you. It's crazy. It's crazy, and it's, it's all these schools that are just just the offers themselves are so specific. I mean, I think that's why, like last week, we did this podcast as as reading through the schools. I mean, I'm just laughing because I mean, we all joke in like, like I said, it's it's a fairytale so we can just, you know, we can make it sound. However, we wanna sound like Brian Bowen senior can you know he can make it sound over. He wants to sound, and that's, that's the fun we get to have here because at the end of the day, like it's all he said she said, and who even knows if it applies anyway, because we don't even know if it's. If it's, you know, a criminal act in the first place. So it's all in good fun. But you see Texas and you see these offers, and then you see Oklahoma state. Do you think about like the Boone Pickens thing? And then you see Creighton and then you say like there was a guy that was on staff at depaul assistant coach that he had some crazy nickname. I can't even remember what it is this point, but he basically got hired on by Dave Lehto and staff to then try to get Brian Bowen to come. You know, to the Paul and we joke on this program all the time about the pawing in Chicago basketball, and why they can't get the big kids. Well, they're were going for the big fish and now they're now they're implicated, FBI case lack of trying. Yeah. It's not because they weren't trying lados trion according to all of this, and it's just like it couldn't you..
"brian bowen" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Gave rain this morning is by staying in bed. It's widely scattered to the rain is throughout the area. Sumba heavy pockets of rain here, and they're gonna last a while longer here during the morning rush. Sorry to say, but it'll break you later on just be cloudy this afternoon and rain could return early evening high today about sixty three chattered as high seventy three and for the marathon Sunday sixty six with a chance of rain fifty five now at O'Hare international going up to sixty three WBZ news time, six twenty one. Our top story this hour jurors weighing the fate of Chicago police officers Jason Van Dyke were sequestered overnight in a local hotel where they were cut off from friends family and the media this morning judge Vincent gone will decide whether to revoke Van Dyke bail after he showed up to court late yesterday afternoon because of an alleged threat made against one event daughters. We'll have much more on this story coming up at six thirty one. The depaul university assistant basketball coach is accused of paying a recruit to attend an Indiana high school the accusation was made by Brian Bowen senior during the trial of three people charged with making secret payments to the families of top recruits. It's reported that Bowen told the court that scene now a depaul assistant paid him two thousand dollars a month for his son, Brian Bowen junior to play at LA Lumiere school in LaPorte, Indiana, where human was the coach in two thousand fifteen onto Paul spokesman declined to. Comment. The school is expected to release a statement today. Bob Conway, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM developing. Now, a French official says the president of INTERPOL has been reported missing after traveling to China the INTERPOL chief theft left France where the national police organization is based and arrived in China at the end of September. His wife who reported him. Missing this morning says there has been no news of him for days smart quiz, next. WBZ news time six twenty three. Get Darlington Aker in Palatine Chicagoans largest volume Acura dealer and lease a two thousand eighteen accurate LX luxury sports sedan for.
"brian bowen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You how. About this one here This. Ball somehow the Paul basketball So this story here from. W. d. r. b. dot com So Louisville Kentucky this is the dateline former Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino was a central figure in the recruitment of Brian Bowen as early as two thousand fifteen working with the former agent to. Arrange of visit to campus and. Discussing fears at other schools we're trying to pay Bowen's family the. Paul trying, to pay two, hundred thousand, dollars to. Come here Patino sex then assistant coach Kenny Jonsson crazy world The text and other documents related to Pacino's alleged direct recruitment of Bowen working with the former agent is included in court documents in lawsuits the coach and school. Have filed against each other in. The wake of Tinos termination in October the polls trying to pay. Brian Bowen, two hundred thousand, dollars according, to Patino Oh Well, again this is Richard Tito scientists about the Paul coach. Late, oh do you have any thoughts on? That Totally, unfounded there too early and founded there Wow that's something. Throwing the ball on the bus like that Okay On sex coach later. Later San Francisco squalor city streets strewn with trash needles and. Human feces The same Cisco streets are so filthy that at least one infectious disease expert has compared the city to, some of the dirtiest slums in the world CBC.
Brian Bowens and Sarajean Jacobs: Criminal couple wanted in King County
"After a long wait times you may recall last sunday at one airport official actually called their worst day ever michelle esteban investigators searching for a man who was caught being indecent in front of a seven year old girl she showered at a casino island park the incident happened may twenty seventh the girl's mother entered a bathroom a can of each park and found the man near her daughter she chased the man out manage to rip off his shirt and hoodie is he ran witnesses saw him getting a vehicle driven by another man and they took off washington state parks were leading the investigation asked the island county sheriff's office to release information on the case including a vague description of the suspect is say he's in his early twenties about twenty to thirty pounds over eight overweight that is with short reddish hair and we're learning a washington trucker who say's linked by dna evidence to the nineteen eightyseven deaths of a young canadian couple has been charged with two counts of aggravated first degree murder the daily herald reporting that fifty five year old william earl talbot the second of seatac was charged friday authorities say they used information from public genealogy websites depend point talbot has a suspect that arrested him after getting a dna sample from a.
"brian bowen" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"About the fbi probably thinks something different again maybe not committed federal crime but certainly the fbi believes he was on a staff that was very aware that brian bowen's family was going to be compensated to get brian bone to go to louisville that is the allegation and so i just fear this day it's february next season i'm in my first year head coach and some fbi some documents are released or somebody's gonna try however it works out however the information gets out and there's my associate head coach that i just hired last may being implicated in a pay for play scheme and now i've got philadelphia media showing up to my game to ask me so tell me again why you hire this guy you knew we got fired at louisville you knew what the level staff was accused of and you hired him and now here he is this is it and then probably for the first time since today you and i are talking about the cell basketball in this way it just seems unnecessary unless you want and risky unless again just trying to do got solid because you believe in him but i it's not something i think i would do if i were a head coach it's it's always impossible to say what you would do if you were somebody else because you're not them and you're not in the shoes but it seems like a little bit of a risky move.
"brian bowen" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Yeah but i i was just saying virginia they they figured it out a little bit which is nice hunter if he had played in the tournament and they obviously wouldn't have lost a sixteen seat if he had played i think he would have gone to the draft so i think this is the smartest move they ever made as a program they basically shelved them and they redshirted him and didn't wanna show him to the world and then they're going to save them for next year purpose and purposely endure the most humiliating loss y'all's basketball history genius what a play just so down one hundred come back yeah i like it like smart move so so what what's your answer who's the guy who what what's the one guy that jumps out to you that which talk about or now brian bowen and it's it's just for the fact that i do i i won't the first none in done you know i really wanted to be a true none in done an hold on did he really declare for the yes brian bill and the man that took down rick pitino who will get to later who has a new book coming out and that was a nice tease brian bowen the man that transferred to south carolina is still ineligible the instability is not clear in play he is now going to test the waters as he is you know as he should do he is listed as a second round slash undrafted production at the moment he has not signed with an agent but this is the first time we'll ever get to watch brian though and play basketball i'm guessing at the combine i hope he plays in the five on five drills i just want to see if he's good at basketball so i don't know that that's an interesting story to me brian bowen of course i if i don't know that i would have picked out one that he he didn't sign with an agent so he is maintaining his amateurism yes by not signing what today should even he's already taken one hundred thousand still what he's.
"brian bowen" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Investigation involving the college basketball bribery and fraud case uh brian bowen is no longer subject to our investigation um i don't know if that will help his case it all the instablity level or not but the instable lay will if it cannot get cooperating a behavior in incident interviews from people involved here um dusted choose to use for the record in for the purposes of its formal investigation of findings things that were uncovered on wiretaps from the federal government or not that's and they've never had to deal with that before so i don't know if they're going to or not you make a good point it remains to be seen if they wind up saying or are deciding we couldn't get ex winds you sit down with us and an absence of that we know per on a per things that were discovered and handed over to us from the fbi if that even does happen no assurances that it does wiretaps recorded phone conversations all that um here's what we do have and so we're going to work we are finding this information to be sufficient enough to levy the kind of penalties that we have here we're gonna talk about the so much more heart down the road but that's just to give people an idea of what could still be coming many many many miles to travel before we get there i let's move on but first let me tell you about ziprecruiter are you hiring right now just posting your position the job sites and waiting and waiting and waiting for the right people to see it ziprecruiter and new there was a smarter way so they built a platform that finds the right job candidates for you in these invitations they've revolutionized how you find the next higher in fact eighty percent of employers who post jobs on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day and ziprecruiter doesn't stop there the even spotlight the strongest application to receive so you never miss a great match the right candidates are out there ziprecruiter's how you find them businesses of all sizes trust ziprecruiter for their hiring needs in right now listeners of the eye on college basketball podcast you can try ziprecruiter free.
"brian bowen" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Um so frank martin gets a big when he also gets a big commitment from brian bowen the uh the guy that we all know about from the local situation hundred thousand dollar man brian bowen he he goes to south carolina he will sit out a semester they hope to have him back in the fall for his first full year to play next year south carolina will see if he actually does at becomes a nun and done regardless he's in colombia he did transfer he will be on the basketball team if he decides to do so next season so that's a big backdrop their to get him a guy that was at one point valued at one hundred thousand dollars we do not know what the what the price was for this situation but a bag uh was in the hands of someone i'm sure uh but i will say my number one bad guy i mean frank martin aside as cal lowery i don't know if you saw this uh villanova gets a one million dollar donation from coloury uh for the new locker room and for for the arena they actually plan because apparently calorie uh plays there um and practices there in the offseason so he said he wanted to have nice facilities for himself which is makes the donation alone no more selfish than you would expect but uh you know is still pretty nice and he had a a whole big thing uh you know thanking everyone what i feel bad about it how does this fill of your alan ray or if you're randy four your if your dante cunningham and you see cal our just drop in a bag of one million dollars you've got to feel bad because those are all his role models they're all seniors when he was a sophomore there um i dunno i feel bad for alan ran rainy footage showed up by you boy calorie one million dollars would could we figure it by like we figure out the villanova jim situation like they have the gym on campus at the place some games and but they also play in the sixers arena and the will to cailliaud center could we give vote over their own arena how do we what do we do to do like if the read on campus isn't good enough can we too we renovated hill there that's what they're doing about this so it's a sixty milliondollar renovation for the.
"brian bowen" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"Of like every single thing that you need to win a title i feel like they have affair del takes the next step which is like i'm a score they got quin snyder senior point guard yeah they literally have evidence that you need all of the rick potato and the prostitute in prime bone now eligible what are stored there 'cause i had i couldn't believe what you on the pockets yesterday we mentioned that he was eligible but then i'm starting to think that i i think just cleared by the fbi idea actually eligible so that was my mistake i legislative so i told you that the fbi had gotten rid of him so i thought that meant that he was fined available a and i knew it was on campus at level and i was not wrong about that so brian bowen he's the guy that was implicated in the whole skin with the fbi he's own cans on campus he used to be if you went to the level rosser page again days ago it would have his name on it he's now been deleted from the rosser page he doesn't appear in the media guide but he has access to all the universe basketball facilities is you know what he's but he's not permitted to practice with the team so is young scholarship yeah interesting that makes no sense when we get it so i don't think he actually can play on the team but he's being able to use the facility it's like basically a reprieve for like sorry we know that you got call i may i add kid i mean i'm glad that he's getting able to go to school if that's what he wants to do but i just think it's weird that he would be like he basically now could just be working on a machine and the team can't really engage with i don't know it's reliable ira anything like hunters this day for four years or how state they love me use the facility never got to play there so i know what you so you're saying it acid yeah there's a precedent.