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New York Post: Did the Washington Football Team Spoil Its Name Reveal?

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

New York Post: Did the Washington Football Team Spoil Its Name Reveal?

"This from the New York Post the Washington football team's new name might have gotten spoiled weeks before the team's schedule announcement on February 2nd On Monday CBS sports reported and they're never wrong That a let's see that a website Washington admirals dot com Redirected to the W of T's Washington football team's official website Washington football dot com Although the domain no longer leads to the official site of the NFL squad the name admirals is reportedly one of 9 different names being considered for the club's new mascot including armada Presidents and red hawks Bloomer size sin on the boomer and geo show Who the hell is geo On WFAN in New York said Monday the team's new name is the admirals And boomer would know

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"cbs sports" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

06:29 min | 5 months ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Show with Stephen Colbert. Listen to the Late Show pod show with Stephen Colbert on Spotify, blue fee, or wherever you get your podlings. So it's now official. It wasn't when I woke up this morning. It became official, as I was rubbing my eyes, Kentucky, North Carolina, 5 30 p.m. eastern on Saturday on CBS, sports, not the game, we expected the watch, but still two global programs, still a fun matchup. I'll be there. It will be there. That's right. Sorry, I'm sending out a tweet in real time for people to come watch. Thank you to our live listeners continue to like, subscribe, comment. We appreciate you. This is a big game for both these teams. Both preseason top 25 teams. Both teams that I anticipated would be in the conversation to Kentucky. I thought it would be in the three seed realm. Once we got to march, Carolina, I was more, let's say 6 seed. Right now, Caroline is going Caroline is trending better right now than Kentucky is. Would you agree with that? Well, Carolina is at least, you know, after a less than ideal start, Carolina has looked like a better version of itself. Over the past couple of weeks, whereas Kentucky, you know, it's December 17th and they still have beaten nobody and lost to both good teams that they play. That's right. By the way, in real time here, CBS we now have a triple header. Triple header, Louisville versus western Kentucky is going to air at 3 p.m. eastern on Saturday on CBS. The first game will be Gonzaga versus Texas tech at a Phoenix at the Jerry colonial classic. We're going to get to that later in our picks. And GP and I will be on CBS sports headquarters before that game tips off. But I literally just landed to Louisville western Kentucky will be part of a triple header. It will be a single header in Las Vegas. Carolina has been able to win 5 straight games, including a home win over a Michigan team that's obviously slumping. They want to at Georgia Tech. And they look good in a second half rally versus Furman, Kentucky hasn't played since the loss against Notre-Dame. Right now, Kentucky needs this more desperately, although Carolina could really use it to get a nice neutral court when I saw him in person when the lost perdue antennae at the Hall of Fame classic in mohegan sun, what was that three weeks ago there? So yeah, a compelling game. Caroline attempts to bring out the best in Kentucky, Vegas was actually the site where I was not there, were you there? Yeah. Yeah. That is the Kentucky North Carolina game. I remember most. I mean, they played in the elite 8 at FedEx forum a few years ago. That was terrific. That was Lonzo and deer and fox, I think. And I believe that's the dieron fox like balling his eyes out after losing knocking to the final four. I'm pretty sure that's what happened in the locker room afterward, like a very famous viral clip that happened there. But yeah, these teams, by the way, also play this situation, Kentucky Carolina fans will remember everyone else probably forgets because it's all the stuff ones together. This exact same situation materialized a year ago. Kentucky played Carolina in the CBS sports classic, which was in Cleveland without fans when you say I couldn't play. So they are playing them back to back seasons. Last season, Kentucky, which obviously had a bad season. They lost to UNC 75, 63, and we'll see if the script gets flipped this year. Yeah, well, hold on. I would say Lonzo Ball. There was a UCLA, was it UCLA Kentucky in the NCAA tournament? No, it was Luke may hit in the shot to beat Kentucky. You didn't say Lonzo Ball. Yeah. It was Kentucky Carolina because Luke may hits the shot to send Carolina to the final four. Remember? I've got it now. So Kentucky played UCLA in the sweet 16. About a bang. And then played North Carolina in the elite 8. Were you on hand there? Were you in studio for CBS? Because that was you were I was not in office. I was you know, they don't let me go to Memphis because you live in Memphis. I would love to go to Memphis, but I have yet to ever be there. Memphis is the home base for CBS sports dot com between me and David Cobb. That's correct. Although he's not in Memphis anymore. So never mind on that. By the way, you're going to have to vamp here. Things have been so nice. I've been in my office. I don't have my computer plug. And we are live. I have to go and get my computer plug downstairs. This is going to take about two minutes. So you're just going to talk about the I got to go get my plug. Talk about the matchup. I'll be back. I gotta plug this thing in because I can not have my computer in real time on this podcast. I'll see you later, dead leg. I'll take it by myself. So it's Kentucky North Carolina here in Vegas and New Orleans brought up. The most memorable, I think probably the most memorable CBS sports classic game was that Kentucky, North Carolina game a few years ago, when Malik monk went wild to lift the wildcats to a victory. And so now you've got two teams playing on Saturday. And I think north orland is right. Kentucky probably needs this more desperately and I use that word loosely. December, there's nothing desperate about anything between two power conference teams, this early in the calendar, because if you're in the SEC or the ACC, you've got plenty of opportunities in front of you, regardless of what happens on December 18th. Not so much the case if you're saying AAC team or an Atlantic tin team or somebody who's not playing in a league with a number of other teams that are projected to make the instantly tournament that have strong computer numbers that can give you quad one opportunities in quad two opportunities. But if you play in the SEC or the ACC, you're gonna have those shots all throughout the month of January all throughout the month of February throughout the first few weeks of March. So there's nothing desperate about it. But if you were, I think, trying to identify which team needs this more, I think it probably is Kentucky because. Season opener, they play duke. And they only lost by 8, but they so clearly look like the inferior team. They didn't look as talented. They didn't look as athletic. They didn't look as good. And then they played 7 straight games against mostly nothing. Ohio's in there. Ohio's oh, a good mid major team. But it's a good mid major team. You're not supposed to blink at Ohio.

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"cbs sports" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

05:22 min | 7 months ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"At North Carolina and Marcus Carr. So I had obviously at Texas. So I had those three on my teams. The guys that made our teams that I did not vote for trace Jackson Davis at Indiana, Jay navy at Purdue and how many hackers at UCLA. So neither one of us voted for ivy. And hakkas, I didn't vote for a photo for either one of them. So I guess my ballot would have Gonzaga would have been the only team to have multiple players as all Americans and I did have Timmy first team and I had homegrown on the third team and we talked about this before how unique it is that there's a team in the country that has a guy who is the I guess consensus preseason national player of the year. I haven't seen anybody else name anybody else. And also have the guy who was the number one recruit in his class in coming. And you know, they're two different guys. And we sort of wondered like, is that happen before? And we got a nice text from Matt pliszka, who is an SID at Pitt now, but previously was at duke. And he brought up a really good example and it's 2010, 2011, duke, which is a team he worked with because the Cal singer coming back, who was a preseason first team all American and they had Kyrie Irving in rolling. Who was obviously the subsequent number one pick in the 2011 NBA draft. I went and looked it up singler was the leading vote getter for the preseason AP all American team that season. And Kyrie was ranked second in his high school class. So it doesn't quite fit because homegrown number one in his high school class. But, you know, but if I remember correctly at CBS sports dot com, we had Harrison Barnes, preseason national player of the year and obviously preseason national freshman of the year because he was the number one recruit in the country. So that's the closest example we can come up with having Cal single coming back to school as a preseason all American first team and enrolling Kyrie Irving. But it doesn't quite match what Gonzaga has on paper right now in drew Timmy and Jed Hong Kong. Trivia time. Lay it on me. That pre season AP all American team, 2010, 2011. Oh, boy. It included. Kal singer. Okay. Jimmer for debt. Okay. Harrison Barnes. Juwan Johnson. And a big 12 player. Can you name the big club player? Man. This is too hard. I think I can do it. We're talking 2010, 2011? Yes. You got to tell me if it's Kansas or not? It's not Kansas and it's not Texas. I'll tell you in flavor. Either one of those schools. This was my first full season working with CBS. Let's see how closely you paid attention to me. You would have done. So you did this before I joined. I joined in the AP all American team. Yeah, okay. Okay. Had a beard. Here, you ready for this? Give it to me right now. I gotta put in a new. I gotta get a new audio drop for this. I'm gonna do it right now. I'm gonna get this. I'm going to get this. I'm going to throw my headphones down and you're going to close the podcast. I'm not even going to hear the rest of it. Three, two, one. Jacob pulling, give it to me. Jacob is the correct answer. A big 12 not a jayhawk not a LongHorn had a beard. Of course it's Jacob pulling, but I would not have gotten that in a million years. It was the first time I had seen or heard that name in years. When I was looking this up last night and saw the name of Jacob and it was calcium appreciating all Americans, Cal single, jimmer fredette, dewan Johnson Harrison Barnes, and yes, the bearded Kansas state wildcat. Jacob Poland. I mean, I did say it wasn't a long Lauren and wasn't a jayhawk and he had a beard. So that's what brought it to me. Yeah, that beer that Jacob pulling beard. By the way, for people who say that stuff doesn't matter, like it doesn't mean anything. Do you realize that last year, we had a preseason all American teams? And the first team, you know what it was? I can give you Jacob pulling. I can't get you last year. It was Luca Garza. I owed to sumo, Kate Cunningham, Corey kispert and Jared butler. We did pretty good job. Four of the 5 went on to be postseason, first team all Americans, and the only one that didn't was Jared butler, who was a second team all American for CBS sports and the final four, most outstanding player. So.

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"cbs sports" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

05:26 min | 7 months ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"360 five, the early 8 powered by sports line is all about daily best bets and having a whole heck of a lot of fun doing it. Download and follow the early edge on Apple podcasts, Spotify, and of course, YouTube. So we've also tabulated votes for our CBS sports preseason all American teams. Let me run you through them real quick. The first team is calling to lesbian from Villanova. Johnny Zhang from UCLA. Parliament Caro from duke drew Timmy from Gonzaga and Kofi coburn from Illinois. Let's stop there. Does that replicate your ballot? I had four of those guys on my first team. I did not have Colin Gillespie. I don't have any problem with Congress to be in there. Obviously, it totally reasonable. I had Macs instead of Colin Gillespie. Doesn't match. Our CBS sports preseason all America teams was a tabulation of writers at CVS sports dot com, a few from two four 7 sports, which is in partnership with CBS sports. And then every year in the preseason, we do get a handful of input from CBS and CBS Sports Network college basketball analysts. So we really have a big old mix here. And so no, I only have three of the 5 GP. My first team ballot was Timmy ban Caro coburn, and I think those Timmy and coburn were unanimous ban care. I think was, as well. And then I had I had nothing but bigs on mine because I don't abide by I don't care. This team has never playing any other team. I don't need to start with a point guard. And you know what? I take the starting 5 against almost anyone else anyway. Because I think big Carol could run the point. Timmy Ben Caro coburn, trace Jackson Davis of Indiana, and then produced travie on Williams. So yeah, three of my 5 are big men from the Big Ten. That was mine. So you had four to 5. I had three of the 5. Yeah, and juicing is somebody who just had a remarkable run late last season. He averaged 22.8 points in the incident late tournament at 20 8 in the elite 8 against Michigan, 29 in the final four against Gonzaga. And launched himself into a place where I think you could reasonably call him a preseason national player that your candidate and a first team preseason all American, especially considering he's not just somebody who posted big numbers, but he toast to big number for a team that is now ranked second in the preseason Timmy. Like we noted, preseason national player of the year, average 19 and 7 last season for a team that was undefeated on the night of the national championship game. Led Gonzaga last season and points rebounds blocks and field goal percentage. He was terrific, coburn, 17 and 7. I mean, 17.7 points and 9.5 rebounds per game last season, big numbers. He's a monster. And then Colin Gillespie is again the other first teamer. You and I neither one voted for him, but he is, you know, a reigning biggie's player of the year who is back for a 5th season. You realize he's already played a 118 college basketball games. And now has an entire season in front of him. And could theoretically if Villanova went all the way. Yeah. He could get to a hundred and 58 career games, which would be a tie for the most played all time by a division one player. Trinity time. David leidy. Bang. You son of a. How did you know that? Come on, don't even question me on this. David lady, one of my I've mentioned this on a distant podcast in the past, one of my 20 favorite random college troopers of the past two decades. David lady. Yeah, that unfortunately, that record is going away this year, because there's going to be a lot of dudes that pass him. Charlie Morris passes David lady this year by the way. Down in Miami, fourth theme? Yeah. So you were so excited. I knew I thought I had you on that. I'm shocked. I looked it up, and I was like, this, they will never get this. Zip in your pitches right now. Tipping your pitches. There is another, there's one other player on our all American teams. Who has already played a 118 college games. That's already played that many? Yes. Buddy behind? No, it's Remy Martin. Remmy Martin, yeah, okay. I forgot he was on. Did not vote for remmy Martin. We'll get to that in a minute there. Second team is max 8 from oral Roberts, buddy beyon from Syracuse, EJ lid from Ohio State. Trace Jackson Davis from Indiana and hunter Dickinson from Michigan. A Smith is the guy I had first team. You know, there were four players who were postseason CBS sports all Americans last season that are back in college. It's true to me, Kofi coburn, hunter Dickinson and max agents. And so I wasn't gonna elevate anybody over where he was at the end of last season. Anybody who was returning to college. So that's why I ended up going a first team as opposed to Colin Gillespie who I had on the second team. A spis thing is just so interesting to me because he led the nation's scoring last season. I don't think we set.

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Air Force, Colorado State Among Schools Targeted by American Athletic Conference

The Drive with Paul Swann

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

Air Force, Colorado State Among Schools Targeted by American Athletic Conference

"Article on cbs sports website. The american is looking to add. Air force boise state. Colorado state san diego state and uab. So you a. b. would be poached from conference. You say that would be a tough loss for conference to say and then you're going to go after so mountain west teams because if you look at it maybe the mountain west is going to be the biggest threat to the american and the rest of us the group of five even though the american likes to call themselves a power. Six conference in all actuality. It's the group of five or the the non autonomy five. Whatever you wanna call him. So the americans trying to put itself in a spot to maybe fend off the mountain west. A little bit more proactive and sees that the mountain west could be a more viable week to raid from to maintain its

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Alabama Dominates the SEC

CBS Sports Radio

01:26 min | 9 months ago

Alabama Dominates the SEC

"I thought today, the SEC. Really showed. The dominance and superiority that it has Over the rest of college football. If you had to say today. What Two teams are the biggest winners of the day. Who did you come out most impressed by who put together the best effort who got the biggest wins who really jumped off the screen who sizzled the most. I think both of those teams would be in the SEC. Alabama. Was special today. You can't really dominate a good opponent. Better than what we saw Alabama do earlier today. 1 44 to 13. They just continue to have a quarterback factory. Bryce Young. For 344 Yards, four touchdowns. For Alabama, So you know they ran the ball effectively. They had a big time wide receiver effort today. From Jamison Williams. I mean, this was It is Alabama. They went out there. And they were clearly the best

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Jets Reach Trade With Texans for DE Shaq Lawson

CBS Sports Radio

00:15 sec | 9 months ago

Jets Reach Trade With Texans for DE Shaq Lawson

"Texans. ESPN's rich Cimini says the Jets sending a 2022 6th round pick. Back to Houston. Lawson 4.5 sacks last season with Miami 20.5 sex over his first five seasons in the NFL, ESPN College football analyst Greg

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Stanton Slugs Yankees Past a's 8-2, Cole Wins Third Straight

CBS Sports Radio

00:17 sec | 9 months ago

Stanton Slugs Yankees Past a's 8-2, Cole Wins Third Straight

"The Yankees are playing as if they don't intend to lose another game for the rest of the season. 13 straight wins for the Yankees as they obliterate the age eight to Gerrit Cole. One is 13 Giancarlo Stanton homered for the fourth time in four

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Ben Simmons Trade Talks Are Reportedly 'Stalled'

Jalen and Jacoby

01:14 min | 9 months ago

Ben Simmons Trade Talks Are Reportedly 'Stalled'

"There is a report from. Cbs sports that the sixers could be preparing to have ben simmons in camp on the roster after trade rumors all summer. What do you think the chances are ben. Simmons starts the season with the sixers. So let's not clough what you saw. Ben simmons in the fourth quarter against the atlanta hawks with the fact that he's a uber talented player to just doesn't attempt shots outside of the paint so to couple. Those are two different things. So if you're feeling you trying to move him after that you're just not going to get the value play return. He's gonna have to come to camp and play value back up and when you do an extension with joel embiid. I'm pretty sure you talk to him. About the future of ben simmons and so you bring them back to camp you start the season woodham. You hope that he plays remotely like he was playing last year as he became a defensive player of the year candidate as he can't flirt with triple doubles. There's so many valuable thieves he can bring to the table. Then if that if in win that value re elevates. That's when you try to move him especially for what they're going to be asking for in

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5-Star Recruit Emoni Bates Commits to Memphis Tigers

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:59 min | 9 months ago

5-Star Recruit Emoni Bates Commits to Memphis Tigers

"Imani bates consensus top-five prospect. In the class of two thousand twenty one. The most heralded uncommitted prospect in the country is no longer uncommitted. He has announced a commitment to the university of memphis which means penny hardaway is now going to enroll the number one recruiting class in the country for the second time in a three year span in two thousand nine hundred nine. That class was headlined by james wiseman and precious a two of this class headline by ahmadi bates. And jalen darren cow. You had written about the amani situation earlier in the week and predicted like most other debates would woodland at memphis so no surprise but we did take a twisted path to get here for people who might be unfamiliar. It was reported by travis brand at twenty four seven sports yesterday on tuesday. That amount would be announcing a commitment on wednesday then debates father elgin baits. He woke up on wednesday morning and he was big mad at somebody leaked something. He was furious and suggested that the announcement would no longer happened instead. We'd be doing this on friday night. Which is fine with me. I got nothing else to do. So i was planning on friday night then at some point on wednesday afternoon a bates name showed up on the university of memphis white pages directory which suggested he was already enrolled at the university of memphis so we had this weird situation where a prospect who had not yet publicly committed to a school was theoretically already enrolled in a school at that point. I imagine they just decided. Let's go on and do this thing so money. Bates jumped on instagram. A little before six o'clock central and announced he will join his former teammate. Jalen dern at the university of memphis for those wondering. I have pushed the tigers into the top ten of the top twenty five in one. I've got him seven to be specific

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Titans coach Mike Vrabel tests positive for COVID-19

CBS Sports Radio

00:10 sec | 9 months ago

Titans coach Mike Vrabel tests positive for COVID-19

"Titans head coach Mike Vrabel has tested positive for Covid 19, but he will be retested on Monday. Rabel currently in quarantine as following protocols

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Nick Saban Reveals ‘Biggest Concern’ With Name, Image, Likeness

CBS Sports Radio

01:57 min | 9 months ago

Nick Saban Reveals ‘Biggest Concern’ With Name, Image, Likeness

"About Nick Saban. For a moment. Nick Saban Greatest coach in college football, one of the greatest coaches to ever live so Saban had An interesting point that he was making when he was talking about this upcoming season. It had to do with name, image and likeness laws, like everything else that's going on with college football. Very naturally. So I mean, this is a big deal, right? Of course it is. We're talking about college athletes finally getting paid, finally making money based on who they are. And what they're worth. Bold concept. Um, but it finally happened, And now that it has Things are going to be different. And for Nick Saban, he was talking a little bit about the locker room. How is it going to be different? Going to be different a very major way. Because you have to consider that we're getting Players. That for a lot of these guys. They've lived in a college football world They've been in multiple seasons. Where nobody's made money. Whatever happened within the normal rules, that's that's just what it was. Now, suddenly bam! Things change things changed dramatically. Because what do you get? Well, now the guy who has a locker right next to you could have an endorsement deal That's worth a lot of money. And Saban didn't say who the player was. But he hinted that one of his players a quarterback on the roster. Has been offered a deal. Close to a million dollars. Not Mac Jones. He just got drafted in the first round. So this is somebody that has not been the starter at Alabama is now getting of million dollars nearly a million dollars in an endorsement deal. Nobody else on the team is going to be making that kind of money. Nobody else on that team has seen that kind of money before. How do you handle that? It's

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Rookie Patterson scores TD, Washington beats Bengals 17-13

CBS Sports Radio

00:09 sec | 9 months ago

Rookie Patterson scores TD, Washington beats Bengals 17-13

"Rookie running back ran for 71 yards and a touchdown. The Washington football team beat the Bengals 17 13. Max Freed

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Miguel Cabrera hits 499th homer, Tigers handle Orioles 5-2

CBS Sports Radio

00:05 sec | 9 months ago

Miguel Cabrera hits 499th homer, Tigers handle Orioles 5-2

"Miguel Cabrera hit his 499th career home run. Tigers five

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German coach thrown out of Olympics for punching horse

CBS Sports Radio

00:08 sec | 10 months ago

German coach thrown out of Olympics for punching horse

"It's on the same day it was announced He's reportedly going to sign a four year extension at 198 million to stay on with the Nets. So Team USA 16th overall medal in the next highest

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KD Leads Team USA to Fourth Straight Gold Medal

CBS Sports Radio

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

KD Leads Team USA to Fourth Straight Gold Medal

"Home gold again and it was the United States all time leading Olympic score who led the way. Kevin Durant scores 29. And the U. S. Defeated France 87 82. They take home its fourth straight gold medal. United States Baseball team plays

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No. 1 Prospect Jalen Duren Reclassifies, Picks University of Memphis

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

No. 1 Prospect Jalen Duren Reclassifies, Picks University of Memphis

"Jalen darren the number one ranked prospect in class. Two thousand twenty two hundred twenty four seven sports has committed to the university of memphis and while making that announcement he also acknowledged that yes. He's going to reclassify two thousand twenty one. Meaning that barring a surprise jalen darren's going to be the starting center for penny hardaway tigers this upcoming season.

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Clayton Kershaw Likely out Until ‘Sometime in September’

CBS Sports Radio

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

Clayton Kershaw Likely out Until ‘Sometime in September’

"The Dodgers, who were all excited about celebrating Mak. Sure, there's debut, but Have now we've now heard from Dave Roberts that Clayton Kershaw is Not going to be on a baseball diamond till September at the earliest. So that's another hit for a team has taken a lot of injury

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Detroit Pistons Take Cade Cunningham With No. 1 Overall Pick in NBA Draft

CBS Sports Radio

00:17 sec | 10 months ago

Detroit Pistons Take Cade Cunningham With No. 1 Overall Pick in NBA Draft

Los Angeles Lakers Reach Deal to Acquire Russell Westbrook From Wizards

CBS Sports Radio

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

Los Angeles Lakers Reach Deal to Acquire Russell Westbrook From Wizards

Red Sox Break up No-Hitter in Eighth, Storm Back for Improbable Win Over Yankees

CBS Sports Radio

01:23 min | 10 months ago

Red Sox Break up No-Hitter in Eighth, Storm Back for Improbable Win Over Yankees

"Jody. Sunday night Baseball in Milwaukee. They go to the top of the fifth inning and the White Sox on top of the Brewers three Lance win a two run single for the White Sox elsewhere. We go to Showtime in Minnesota. Show. He swings and drives the ball deep in the right field, And that one is out of here. It's been a while between home runs for show. Hey, that is number 35 of the season Major league High and today in Minneapolis. Sunday is show time. It's 32 Angels was Terry Smith on Angels radio. The Angels beat the Twins 62. Elsewhere Mariners over the ages. 4 to 3. The Dodgers beat the Rockies three to Will Smith Homer in the bottom of the eighth. The Cubs beat the Diamondbacks 5 to 1 giant six Pirates won it Astros beat the Rangers 31 Royal six Tigers one Indians Over the race, 32 Cardinals beat the Reds 10 6 the Mets over the Blue Jays. 5 to 4. Marlins nine, Padres three The Red Sox rally past the Yankees, 5 to 4 Yankees up for nothing going to the bottom of the eighth. The Mayor Herman with a no hitter it's broken up with the Red Sox scored five of the eighth to win it. 5 to 4. It was the Phillies over the Braves, 2 to 1. The Orioles beat the Nationals 5 to 4. The

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"cbs sports" Discussed on Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

"A stat the people haven't considered just a different way of looking at things and then you know, when people reach out or respite, you know, try to there's obviously going to be off, you know trolls for lack of a better word and people saying negative things, you know ignore those, but the people that are genuinely, you know asking questions are thinking in a positive way of trying to talk, you know, we're probably about five years. So I think the main thing is, you know, this has something valuable to say or at least like it New Perspective to bring to the table and I think you know, the more you do that people will start to realize that you know, maybe you have something in as long as you're you know gracious to people will you know tend to you know be interested in want to flock to more so than as you're you know, kind of dismissive so, you know.

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"cbs sports" Discussed on Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

"The best perimeter scorer on the other team. Where is Ben Simmons is gardening, you know, basically every every team's best perimeter player night-in night-out is Garden like you were talking about Harden, excuse me. Guarded LeBron, you know guard Bradley Beal. He's guarded Jeremy Grant basically like every type of player that you you could suck and I think his versatility inability to pretty seamlessly defend one through four and sometimes all the way up to 5 and then, you know his quickness and speed to his defense leads to points for the station's a lot of times. Able to get deflections get Steals and quickly turned that into transition where you know when he's going downhill attack in the room. He's either going to get to the Ram or kick the kick it out to one of the shooters for Anthony. So to me, you know, it depends on a wait what you value in a Defender, but he's you know, definitely probably going to make the 1st all defensive team again for the second straight season and he has a great case to be, you know, defensive player of the year. That means is strictly based off his voice that I think you know, he's test with guarding more players than anybody else in the league totally agree with him to you mentioned. I was surprised he shooting 74% from the line this month, which is awesome for him. What's your take on that Trend? And I mean everyone wants to know is he ever going to shoot more threes that ever going to happen? What's your what do you think about all that? Yeah. Well, I think that the choice of eating with Ben is a huge a huge thing to keep an eye on and something obviously. I think we've people until you've been talking about for a couple of years and and this one thing February like you said is issued a 74% off. Which is you know by far the highest he's had in a month in his career and it's translated to to his play on the court too. And I think I think you can see if he's been attacking the basket with a lot more confidence and not being you know, shy away from the contact and it's helped him. You know, he's had some huge score nights. You had a career-high 42 against the Jazz a couple of weeks ago. He's been up in the high 20s pretty much in a lot of the recent games and it's because it just seems like he has a newfound confidence going to the foul line. And if he can continue to shoot, you know above 70% for the line, you know, he doesn't have to be I don't think you know anyone expect him to move up to, you know, Seth Curry 90% levels, but if you can be above seventy percent and that translates to him being aggressive it's huge for the Sixers and at that point. Yeah, like obviously he you still want to see him expanded shooting game, but I think him just gave him a call back from the free throw line is the first step to you know him continuing to evolve this game offensively and in the short term, you know, he's probably not going to start jacking up the reason this season and something that might come over time but in the short-term him Being able to get to the line confidently and shoot from line would be huge facility in the playoffs especially in like late game scenarios, where in the past he's kind of, you know shied away from it. Yeah. I mean if he's attacking the bass is super aggressive. He's so hard to stop the only way you could really get him to stop was put him on the free throw line where he was shy away like you said, so yeah, if he's in attack mode like that and joelle's playing the game plan. I mean Philly's they're they're going to be special million dollar question. Do you think the Sixers can win a championship with Ben Simmons and Joell embiid on the same team together here? Yeah. I definitely do. I mean that's that's had an assembled this huge, you know, this big three that they have now, I think the Sixers the way they've been playing would be, you know, potentially a favorite to come out of the East this year and I think especially if you look down around like the Lakers are obviously struggling without Anthony Davis, but I think the Sixers could challenge any of those teams in terms of like the Lakers to Clippers or even the Jazz we were playing great in a you know in a seven-game series to me at Birth It's been you know, either they both been young. I mean obviously they get older now, but I think there was some impatience in terms of like say the first year they played together. They got to the conference semifinals and I think there was you know, an immediate expectation that they would just improve upon that every year and you know, obviously the next year they got back to the conference semis and lost to the Raptors and cuz of Kauai shot and seven games in the last year. They got swept by the Celtics so long as long as they can stay healthy and now that they're both maturing. I mean, this is the best Jerrell has played as career this season. It's his you know his his fifth year which is a time where a lot of players take that step then you know is playing great too. And I think that's the main thing is is getting players around them and this year they have, you know, roster the compliments those guys skills because space before Tobias Harris is playing great, you know and All Star level of the season, so I think to me like it's not an issue between about banjo. Well, I think that especially defensively having those two guys out there together as huge and as long as you have the other guys around them, I think the Sixers need to you know, sure their bench up a little bit to feel good job. Heading into this postseason, but between those two I definitely have faith that they could you know should get to a finals and potentially win a title. So I was wondering if you can kind of take us through the job a little bit usually try to sneak at least a couple of stories a week out on the Sixers, which is you know, kind of might be given that I'm located in Philadelphia. Although I cover the league as a whole but you know, I usually try to get a couple of pictures real life stories and then a lot of it is just dependent on you know, what's going on with the games and what sort of reaction you know decided to go from there. So it's not necessarily a number as much as it's just kind of follow it closely what's going on and then trying to decide what's you know, one of the of you know going deeper into what kind of stories have you noticed people really respond well to you know, I think that's a little bit more like in-depth analysis. If you you know use video to break things down and show, you know aspects of the game that people might not necessarily pick up on just watching it off. Apparently they're like, you know kind of half paying attention things like that. And then also, you know articles with input from the players, you know with quotes where you know, kind of get to talk to them and show their stock tanks to obviously I think the play people in general like to get you know, that inside perspective of you know, things that the players are doing or saying that they you know, probably wouldn't be able to get otherwise you gotten off of quotes over the years. Can you just talk a little bit about your experience in the World of Sports journalism? Yeah. Well, I mean, it's definitely one of those things where it's an industry that's been you know in constant motion, you know constant state of change and I think one of the main things is like, you know adaptability obviously been with CBS now for several several years, but to get to this point there was definitely, you know, I started off with the the Philadelphia Enquirer online at the time that worked there for several years and then, you know as things happening in the newspaper industry There Was You Know home Situations that are happening that I believe there and I ended up bouncing around to you know, a couple of different different states to contribute and working with ESPN 97 3 out of New Jersey as.

"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Before I let you go, I don't know if you give pics you got I know people listening wage. Pick for the Masters if it can get maybe like one or two names out there who people find a dangerous I get asked about picks for football games and things like that. Then I got to go deal with with everyone. I will just say this. This is kind of not making a pic but if somebody to watch for ya and I know listen, you're a fringe golf fan best, right? I mean, I was not yeah. Yeah, I'd pay masters. I'll pay attention. Obviously. There's a guy off the you know, the name Bryson dechambeau. Yes. Okay big Slugger one year. He has gone and rebuilt himself into the Incredible Hulk. He has he has gone from being up upper third. If you will terms of driving distance, maybe invest to now being the monster of all monsters off the wage. They can fly it drive it further than anyone we've ever seen playing at a competitive level. I'm not talking about the freak show. That is the long drive competition you sometimes channel surfing Upon that show I'm talking about guys that can actually play and he's doing things by remaking his body Reinventing his golf swing that we've never seen before now. He was off most recent major championship. And that was at Winged Foot in September in the US Open and he bludgeoned the field. I mean just destroyed everybody one by 6. I've never seen a like a Jimmy. It's always about tiger. It really isn't it rightfully should be I'm talking for years for twenty years and he's the defending Champion. But God being here. I would say that it's more about price and right now more people even with tiger defending can't wait to see what he's going to do here. Mm. It is the show the game has a new thing happening and it's this guy and if he if he wins this week and winced to straight majors. My God, she even you're going to become a golfing get hooked this one stuff only because you know, you got the competition with the football Saturday and Sunday. But yeah, I mean you going to obviously let you know that guys in it and he's blasting the ball all over the place. You're going to go over and check it out for sure. He will definitely be blasting us know and be basically comes out of the shoes almost to just blister off a single shot. And I mean, he's flying it in some cases maybe 80 up to eighty yards farther than other guys are course is going to be soft and I'm not going to try to give you too much genetic sir, but I'll leave you with this a lot of rain when you get ringed golf what that means is that you don't get the rollout..

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"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"You know. I know you eliminate the time I wanted it. It's about two things. I've nothing with the Masters the NFL. Did you have any relationship? Did you know Alex Trebek at all never met a man. I would have loved to have met him. Yeah, it's just because as a broadcaster that that's why I asked the way he moved through that show off and and kept it snappy. Yep, pretty amazing. And then when you hear that and then he would tell you what the right answer is. The way that he was able to well, of course that was one of his most famous paintings, right? He was rattle off the year and it's as if he didn't need the cards you all the answers. Yeah, you would have been the ultimate contested. But yeah, I've enjoyed reading the tributes and I think it's pretty cool that a guy that bought the game show could have such of lingering effect positive effect on people to see how beloved he was. Yeah. I was touched to see Jimmy you may have read it that his last wish you talked about. It was that he wanted to be able to last day of his life to to sit on a swing on his property then apparently he he built and constructed and sit there with his wife and just look out over the horizon and he took it and be able to talk about the the the things that he was grateful for in his life. I mean, it's so Alex Trebek. It's so perfectly planned and spot-on and yeah, he was wage. One I brought that up cuz I I know you have an appreciation for broadcasting and and TV host and I want the other thing. I want the answer that has nothing to do with sports and I'm not getting into politics in any way shape or form me. I'm just I know your name is guy. I'm sure you watched a lot of CBS coverage, but maybe you dabbled with CNN and MSNBC a big thing on Twitter unless it was John King of CNN Steve. Kornacki on MSNBC of how they worked those Maps home and how they you know with the numbers the Mass Live TV. Were you into that at all? I mean you would CBS I mean you with the elections you probably did stuff with rather who was amazing on Election night. But where are you at all and on the bandwagon of being impressed with like how those guys work those maps and did their jobs last week for like straight on no sleep. Yeah. I'm a channel Surfer cuz I'm looking at it real life a whole lot from the production side of it and the information flow who's got it first who's willing to DARE and jump out there. And so I mean I saw a little bit dead. Of of em, I mean truly everybody. Yeah, but on that night, I saw a number of times. I saw John King and I thought what he did was wrong, you know, and I know bill hemmer was doing it at at Fox and again, I'm I'm I'm switching around and I thought that all those guys that had the familiarity with counties past election it just what it looked like in 16 and what the vote difference was when Hillary ran against Trump and right right. Well, I thought it was exceptional and I thought it was good enough to on several fronts off including the names that I mentioned..

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"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I saw last night has been five hundred and thirty some odd days since tiger won the Masters and when the ends on Sunday, we're like a hundred and forty days away from starting wage another one. So like we're going to have to in a hurry. The hope for of course, is that in April? It will be back on track. I don't want to make any long-range forecast in terms of where we are with vaccines and all but you know, I would like to think that come April, you know, we'll have already completed the final four and maybe they'll be some fans there hopefully and maybe we'll be back here with the patrons back in attendance again, but what is used to this Jimmy? This is not a decision. That was when it was made and I'm not questioning at all. I think it was the right decision. And at this time, you know, when you start bringing fans and you start bringing a lot more volunteers and there's a lot more of infrastructure you have to have and so what to anything changes for you over these next four days. Are you still in the same position you're in when you call the call the tournament or any you know, you walk further away and they moving around what what how it affected which name I'll be back and forth between the 18th Tower and and Butler cabin. My access is going to be much more limbs off..

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SI Media Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"How can I do this so during the Thanksgiving game? I didn't propose right at that at that time, but I told Courtney that she should watch especially early in the second quarter coming out of commercial. Make sure your dad's watching wage. So it's working with filled with the time and film was talking about some things. He's thankful for on Thanksgiving. He said what are you thankful for Jim and I proceeded to say on National Television off. I'm thankful for George Richards. Now I come up. I'm imagine at that point. My father-in-law has just and I said, I just want to say George Richards. I'm in love with your baby. And if you didn't get that already, it means the world to me what what you've done what you've produced and I just important for me to say that that's what I'm thankful for. Thank you George Richards and Thursday and then I said as an aside and of course George Richards was the owner of the Lions who started to Thanksgiving Day football on this very day back in nineteen thirty-four second down in 6. Well Dawn Walsh. Have you were at home exactly at me? I gave my my father or heart attack back. That's a good Easter egg right there just to clarify to you know, it's not just about that. The lines were always terrible. The thing is when you have the Cowboys they have so many natural rivalries. I mean even this year, you know, the Cowboys stink Washington stinks, but turns out that game to be like mad for the division. You can put on almost any team against the Cowboys and there's a history the Lions just don't outside of the Bears. Maybe they just don't have that with with enough teams where you get but like you said, you know, if you have the NFL why change it you're going to get a monster number no matter what the game is in that slot. They kind of changed it when they added the third game in twice and that's a good one this year. By the way, the third game this year happens to be Pittsburgh Baltimore stands a monster game. I'm telling you if you if you made that change. And you're going to have to do an advanced. Yeah, you're not going to you're not going to have the flex cable, but I don't think you would I don't think you would Flex a team off of a schedule and put them on a Thursday on a late-notice. That's not going to happen. Yeah, but let's say you went into the season and you know, you could have guessed wrong. You could have put the Giants or the Jets in that window you you know, who knows your true with any pro teams in a game would have been a stinker. Anyway, um, we we've had you mentioned the Bears that's sure that's arrived where we've had the Bears there on Thanksgiving a couple of times. We've had the Packers when we broadcasted a few times. Those are old rivalries and get to the heart and the start of that Thanksgiving tradition. This is interesting, ly the second time we've had Houston at Detroit and the last time they played there and again, it was our game it went to overtime wage and there was a famous play in that.

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SI Media Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Traina. Thanks so much for listening. Jim Nantz from CBS is the guest on this episode Jim's got the Mass from Augusta this week and obviously he is the top NFL play by play man for CBS. So we do a lot of golf and NFL with Jim scheduling things off and a little discussion about Alex Trebek an election coverage. So it's good chat with mister Nance. If you missed any recent episodes of these Sports Illustrated media podcast, you can go into the archives last week. Paul Haynes WWE was on Kirk Herbstreit two weeks ago Peter Schrager three weeks or Ernie Johnson four weeks ago. So check those out if you missed any of those give those a listen And subscribe to the podcast. It is much appreciated. All right, let's get right now. I'm back to Jim Nantz from CBS Sports. All right joining me. Now the voice of all things CBS Sports big week with the Masters and I fell going on Jim Nantz Jim home. Yeah, I'm well, thank you Jimmy. It's good to be back on great week to have you on with the Masters and kicking off lots of get into I'm going to start though with something that everyone has been I should say that's a stretch a few people have asked me and I've been wondering myself and it's an important question what the hell will happen on Sunday. If the Masters runs late into the 4:00 NFL games suck your gum the wrong guy to ask I would like to know the same thing. I don't think it's going to happen that they've definitely created a strategy. That's the one thing. I do know for this to to probably wrap up were um between 2:30 and 3:00 leaving time for the Green Jacket presentation, but I I don't know the answer to that the weather is not great choice could create delays, but believe me Sean McManus is he is with all things. He's all over it. You'll have you'll have a very good plan worked out with with his team and dead. Now that's one of those things Jimmy. I don't concern myself with right now. You know, I'm just I'm there to tell right? Yeah, it's just I gotta say that fans have asked because yeah, he he does not have a 1:00 game on Sunday. They just have three games at 4. And you know, I'm Amazed by this which I I guess I shouldn't because nothing should have made, you know, getting the week off because you're in Augusta. There are people are that's become like a storyline. I didn't realize that but you know, hey, it's it's a regional week. Yeah, I can't tell you what the breakdown would be of the of the games that we have, you know, so it's not a national window. So there are three weeks where we do a game on a regional week. I'll give you an example next week. We're going to be in Baltimore for Tennessee and Baltimore Regional week fox has the double header off. Did happen to look at the maps because I was going to be doing I'm going to be doing the game and that's going to 40% 42 percent of the country, I believe so there's you know on a regional week. There could be sixty to seventy percent of the country has not getting one of our games anyway, so hey, look I'm happy for him. He gets the day at home for another week. We can this and the kids and we've got a very busy stretch by the waste. Another thing that I didn't realize is becoming such a story but next week when I get back to football we do three games in a week. So that's probably another consideration, but I know you have the thanks..

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"cbs sports" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"Miles, sanders, all these numbers that. Regards intense. Dealers attention to be better than. Drafted there or miles, Anderson is especially upset because there's nobody else. Really accurate. A lot of work away, it would take. For for. Washing Whitey light to come in and be back with Edwards. On made Washington ends up doing acid work acid short is I'm after I Could do that right now, one of the NFL season, a life. Beyond, practicing. So was you've got that young run by they have just GONNA toss. Easter on. Muscles. lose from bathroom on the Hash. So you, you just last week in Mexico City in get reach track record, easy words I keep doing. And you follow up and some of take round one. If you're risk averse in, you're worried about any meeting those expectations than, yet you're going into direction of rallied lead. Layer. Pencil under actress ordinary are each sounds Nice. But now our back. Not. Woman said the upside at Edwards e layer hats. Recommend that people really think twice about is. On. Rolling that the driver Great Nevins, lyric, rate, with. Challenged. Running, between tackles, following life doing zone seen faces, visited plus catching the ball the. Okay. So like in best ball drafts or any type of draft, talk to me about the Andre Washington and what you mentioned him like, what do we need to know now about the other running backs in KC whether we're taking flyers on them hand, whatever it is. Now, where's the value there? He's an insurance policy. In case I'm dead Mormon. Knocking, that good someone snaps about solar below. and. It was kind of curious when they signed out her Washington off me, why are they? Had, the union was already classroom. But now it's working out for them and it really won't realize in had the. Moment, why wash there? Secretary with Becky. My home and the offense is aren't exactly the same. Obviously, there are big differences between the two, but saw that can hero or obviously there's a industry and the trust factor between home Washington is Indiana. And that's the thing that they're not able to do in in Egypt trading with the one that there are. So. I? Think that. Sort of. Running back, that's why I. Be The next man in his words, the safes, and also the guy that are pitches. Herbs. And I have to go back and see how Loss that he followed, whistle those law. He tried to get him exercising. Russia's. legit. I? Think it's a sound investment, may if you take risk from Edwards Allaire? What about Devin funchess I? Mean I don't know where he was going and drafts. I don't know if you were recommending him at any point in any draft, he's opted out. What is the impact of that? Were you did you have any hopes for funchess in Green Bay Number One and number two? Does that bump up some of the other guys that may get a few more targets that you projected to go funches way? One that suit got a story. Might Been. A decent. Very, late, taking over because at the very least size. From the Red Zone BIG last year. But. Using Punch. Serving And now he's gone opportunities there. Als Arch at number. But. Eating, about justice is a big win. The race on that rebates looking at with is Sola. crusher. Aware of the House will educate me this. Is the second year. Now I enjoy watching college I can lay layoffs. Or because is the packers related has made guys But. Not. Your one of your that a lot of science, nate. He's absolutes Ios late rock. I. I'm not sure mean author or Jones's Were Vaccine Point. But this year especially, Mr ads roster slots because of the whole animated people to have their bus ever. Winds. Feet. Sir is worth a risk. One of those late picks he has there isn't I know everybody's kind of Pennsylvania Mazaar that number two guy. Server potential. The original gate six or seven acts. Usually a really big thing. Ramsey payday if your. Our guys. If you short touchdown, you're probably was. An expert that allow the luke warm. Ahead guys like mark with this. Band, mate, Reggie battles in it. Was Our, but I have all the other guys that are on that circuit. Id Server. Including, Greg, Cosell who comes on the Ross Tucker football podcast on Fridays was very high on stemberger coming at a am. So I'll be curious to see what he can do. Dave last question here before we get to some of the guys you're higher on or lower than. Do. You adjust your rankings at all based on Nate's older opting out or marcus cannon opting out, and it's Ok even though I was a former linemen, it's okay. If you say that one lineman being out doesn't really make a difference to you. You won't hurt my feelings. I'm just curious or even around Delaunay Tardif I, just love saying name in Kansas City do does does any of those matter to you whether it's for Saquon or the giants receivers was? That, the Patriots running backs or Cam Newton because it can and. 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"cbs sports" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on Even Money

"And by then there was about five hundred kids climbing over my back, trying to get his autograph and I. Just like got out of there, so I didn't even hear the rest of what he said, so that is my Michael Jordan story and what triggered it Steve. was you talking about quiet on the back swings? I will say this and I played with Tom Brady and I play with Emmett Smith. I never experienced anything like Michael Jordan's popularity right after the United States won the gold medal with the Dream Team in ninety two. It was but Anna's so I'm going to start with you will. None of that was betting related. Although I'm sure Jordan was betting on the golf that day. AM, I. Like do you respect what I did or am I? An annoying spoiled Brat. No I I would say I would say first of all look. I was born in Nineteen, eighty, one I was eleven. you know. You know. I'm in my I like peak peak basketball. You know like like your kid basketball of session especially living in north. Carolina RV kidney. When the team is playing, so I fully respect it and I think that. Is A kid. You gotTA shoot your shot. When it comes to getting autograph at that point in time. There probably wasn't a bigger autograph than Michael. Jordan you know it'd be like getting tiger. Woods autograph in two thousand one. Granted you yelled and Tigers in two thousand wonder probably in a secret service bunker especially if you did it at Gusta, but you get the point so yeah, I I respect the move and I think that You know if you're an athlete of that stature. You gotta understand that kids are. Are you obsessive? And that they they want your autograph and I I remember one time I went mark. Maguire with to Camden yards in Baltimore the first time the first year that it was open, the Bass brothers came in played there, and after the game I was like this..

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"cbs sports" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on Even Money

"It, but I'm telling you Lawrence Taylor. Dan Marino Dr J. Charles, Barclay, Michael I mean it was unbelievable. How many guys were there Chuck Bednarik? I mean. It was amazing I. Remember we had to park really far away and we're walking up this long hill and Joe Klecko sees us. He's like. You. Guys need a ride and we're like. Yeah, it was me my mom and my buddy, Scott and so we pin, and we go up. Joe Klecko, who should be in the hall of fame gives us a ride. So everybody wants meet Michael Jordan. I always in situations like that was a big autograph collector so in situations that I always dressed pretty nicely. I don't know if I had a button down i. a polo shirt khaki shorts every other kid. There is wearing a t shirt and shorts right like every kid. So when Jordan's at the I T. There's like ten security people around him. I just walk out there. And I'm just in with the group, and so the first couple of holes there are thousands of people. Watching US and I'm walking and people will glance at me and then they glance away. They all just assumed I was like somebody important kid. So I'm literally walking the fairway with Michael Jordan but I didn't have a lot of patients. And so my buddy sees me and he's just laughing. Because there's like eight security guys in a rectangle around Jordan and like the guy. He's playing with and me. So, I never a lot of patients so I finally go up next to Jordan and I think I invented the Selfie I one of those disposable cameras and I. Put my arm around him and I put out the disposable camera to try to take a Selfie of me and him and I get like nailed in the back by one of the security. Guys, then so I end up getting nothing like i. have this crazy picture where you can see Jordan, smiling and nothing else right? So then I'm like okay like. The GIG was up, but I am relentless so for the next five holes I go and I. Get Marino's autograph Barclay or whomever. Ben I'm like I gotTA GET JORDAN! I brought the cover of sports illustrated where he's smoking. This cigar, okay at this point I'm done with the act of trying to act like I belong and wear a button-down shirt or would I take that off and I'm wearing a straight up You know like sleeveless. T shirt, right? Because Now! It's really really hot I'm telling you guys every time. This is like a pro-am celebrity thing every time Jordan. Would do his backswing. Everybody would be quiet. Except.

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"cbs sports" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on Even Money

"Get a couple, musicians, or you know movie, stars or athletes do one of these deals and a boatload of money from it. Yeah I mean I think. The ratings are definitely Ross a result of the pandemic to to a larger extent I. Mean Look at you know even like. The the last dance was awesome, and it was absolutely must watch television, but the ratings were not. I don't think like real last dance ratings if we actually have sports going on, we're not all sort of cooped up in the house so I i. think that does make a difference. People are itching for some real sports, but yeah, we look you're talking about putting four of the biggest sole celebrity athletes on the planet in a in a in a golf match. People are going to be interesting to see what happens. so so from that perspective I think it's something that that those guys will do more of and let's not forget I. Mean for all the you know the ribbing and like Oh like look who want etcetera etcetera. These guys are pocketing huge piles of cash, and so a lot of you raised a lot of money for charity, too, but I mean these guys are pocketing here's pile huge piles of cash when they do an event like this, this is not a not entirely out of the goodwill of their of their generous hearts. Did you. Bet on it will, and did you. Did you love it? I was I was actually. I missed the early part of it because I was actually playing golf myself. We can play golf in north. Carolina. and I didn't bet on it. Because I was I like. I didn't think there was enough value in the favorites if I if I didn't sitting at my computer and watching the the first part of probably prop bets Anything A. full-blown degenerate, but just because I was playing golf and didn't have the early part. and I didn't like the I like I like the I thought the favorites. The. Phase GonNa win. And but I, I thought that the best value was on the dog, and so I didn't I I. It was like a tough spot for me. I didn't love the price on it, and so I figured out playing golf myself. Maybe just stay away on this one. It's actually rare thing I'd bet on oddly enough. Steve I'm curious I didn't even ask you. Did you watch that? Did you get involved in it at all, did you? Did you like it? Do you think it could be sort of the future for Golfer? At least more have more of them in the future for golf? What about four holes do some strong opinions about? This golf is horribly flawed right now because the players are boring. And Dairy. I just I can't watch golf all the players. Basically I have no interest other than tiger woods. Who I like following because he has a personality, shows emotion and I think that that what really stood out how great that exhibition was is with you, know Phil, needling tiger back and forth, and and the like, and you know Brady struggling big time early. It was just it was riveting I. Think I would have watched it. had been full sports on and I. Don't watch golf because I'm I. I'm sorry I'm just bored in terms of betting..

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"cbs sports" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on Even Money

"Little more interesting. You've come to the right place. It's the even money podcast with Ross Tucker and Steve. Yeah Vegas Baby Vegas. It is even money podcast, and it is presented for the second week in a row and it will be for at least a year. By the draft kings sportsbook APP that's right. Baby, we. Our draftkings is now. Get that APP your phone. Just make sure when you do you use the code Ross. He's defending only two time winner. Super Bowl, professional football gambling West Gate Super Contest Vegas. He is the numbers guy. He's the math guy. He knows the percentages. He knows the odds I am the football guy former player? Five teams seven years feel like I've got pretty good insight into how games will go teams matchups, psychology of players, coaches, et Cetera, and so as a result. We've done pretty well on the show. Follow him on twitter at physics. Sports, I'm at Ross Tucker NFL. Both twitter and instagram and facebook. All of our shows can be found however at Ross Tucker pod. Please follow that handle because we're doing more stuff. We're having more audio grams with special cuts from different shows, so you can listen to a quote or two from one of the other shows, maybe like today's Ross Tucker football podcast and decide whether or not you want to listen to the whole thing, but it's like it gives you a preview. Listen to a quote or two. But you gotta be following at Ross Tucker pod to be able to do it. Very very very excited for today's guest. My Guy Will Brinson from the pick six pod from CBS sports at will Brinson on twitter well with the PGA tour. Starting tomorrow wanted to bring on. My Guy Will Brinson as promised at will Brinson on twitter. He's host of the pick. Six podcast I've been on that. It's an excellent show. I enjoy it tremendously, but he also is really into Goff. He's really into baseball. Is really you know a lot of things before we get to the PGA tour or golf? Stuff will let me just ask you this. The I don't remember what it was called, but Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson you know. peyton manning Tom Brady. The ratings that did and the money that it generated I. Guess my first reaction was how much of that is because it's the only thing going on during the virus, and how much of it is because people thought it was cool. Just Watch one group of. Football players and a couple guys go like I. You know I almost thought of like if I'm tiger woods and Phil Mickelson like, why do I need to play these other events like every like three or four times a year?.

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"cbs sports" Discussed on Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on Terrific Talk with Tom Anderson

"Same level as I am. They might make a lot more money off. I have more Prestige but Tom Coughlin was always Tom to me when I covered him on a regular basis and any coach I go see I called by the snake and they call me by my first day. So I think you may have treat everybody to say if you go into a locker room that you got to talk to them, you know as a person and get to know the players as a person. I think that's what's lacking. Now, you know, you everybody's looking for a story. But in order to get a store, you gotta get trust and the trust comes from being in the locker room when you're on the beat particularly and then when you get to know people when you travel around as a national NFL God where the chip on your shoulder come from Always had it, you know, maybe cuz I'm short I always had to fight through. You know, I was a short athlete and fought through that and you know, so yeah, I grew up with Four Brothers Three Brothers the three other brothers, so we were always competitive whether you know, if we wanted to change the channel we had to compete do that. I mean it was one of those situations. So yeah, I guess that has something to do with it, but I've always been that guy, you know, my mother used to say, you know, I'd always say I'm going to do it myself, you know, I'm going to do it and I would do it and I always did and and you know, I was the first person in my family to graduate from college and I did it for years without ever taking a summer class. And so I was seventeen when I went to Arizona State. I got on a plane from South Florida did not know a soul and flew out there with a trunk and not a lot of kids could do that and and that's just kind of who I've always been. You think being able to move out they're so young kind of helped you in your career being able to move kind of all over the place as well. I was never scared of that. I yeah, I mean, I've always had a long way to get along with people and and and so no, I never had a problem ever and and I was never fearful of it. I mean, you know, when you're Seventeen you on that plane and you're going out there and you don't know a soul, you know, she can be overwhelming. I remember getting off the plane. It was so long ago that they didn't have a those Gates that come to the yeah, they go down the onto the tarmac and it was like it was like 25° out. What am I doing here? But yeah. No, I think that had something to do with it. Very independent very focused very driven. I like that you do go out people on Twitter cuz you know people are crazy. And you know, do like the top 100 NFL players each your list. And of course everybody's got an opinion and you're not afraid to go at them. How long how do you deal with the haters? That's social media. Have you handled that? Well, look at Twitter. I think Twitter is like a sports bar where your belly up and you have a few drinks and you talk sports. Yeah, and sometimes get out of control and once they get out of control if you run a bar and a guy got out of control, you do one of two things you fight or you leave and so I usually leave I mean, I'll make a crack and you know, I've developed this thing that people take long to take a liking to called see where if somebody insults me to the point where you know, I don't like it then I'm just going to see unblock you and so that's what I do and now it's become a thing where people actually spoke with somebody insults me and I say something back they always start instigating. See you. See you see get them. So that's become that's fun to me. I don't really be honest with you, you know, unless you say something really dead. About my family or me, you know in nasty. I really don't care but if you're going to be nasty on a constant basis, I'm going to block it. And and so that's what I do. But I like having fun on Twitter Twitter spawn. It should be fun and my top 100 list, you know. Minkah Fitzpatrick and the Pittsburgh Steelers went nuts cuz I didn't have them on there and okay get mad at one point. I was blocked by 3/4 of the Legion of Doom now my boom legion of boom. I mean, I was quite quite Sherman block me Kam Chancellor block mean I think if Tom is blocked, but it is what is, and that's one thing that I've always prided myself on and if you ask all the NFL Personnel people that I deal with in Congress if I rip you I'm going to face you. I will always face you I'm not going to hide from you. You know, it's just like when and guys will give me Grief, I remember one time I did. You know, I play out the season every year where I pick every game I've been doing that for years people started doing it too. But I did it for years or 1 year. I was traveling around to my camps and I got the Colts and I got in the car off with Ryan grigson who was then the general manager and he you know, he's a big imposing guy. I've known for a while and he's looked at me. He said oh and sixteen because I had picked the going so I looked at him said, yeah, you're reading that's good. I like it. I might be wrong. might be riding but you know what? I like the fact that you gave it to me, you know, I never minded that you know, Tom Coughlin was a maniac when I covered the Jaguars. I mean out-and-out Maniac you would call me and scream at me at my house and we get into it and when I left cuz I left to go to CBS wage what you said Sports Line in November of two thousand. This is my twentieth year. And he looked at me I look him. We walked over I shook his hand and I still was in Jacksonville, but I wasn't covering the beat any more. I shook his hand. said Tom had nothing but respect for you and he looked at me. Like I said, had nothing but respect for you and that's all you can ask for in this business. So yeah, this is my twentieth year now with this company, which makes me technically the longest tenured NFL guy at one site, which is pretty amazing is amazing. Do you think that's a huge key to your success that you've you've built trust not only with your viewer your readers and viewers, but people around the league that you're going to tell like it is you're honest going to give your honest opinion no matter what and you know, you'll talk to them about it after the fact. Yeah, like I know never shy to I mean like I can go back and tell us and he'll he'd laugh about this but Sean Payton, I used to always write things about it. What a great play-caller. He was I thought he was the best of business we had this great relationship. And then I wrote one thing when he got angry at a press conference after game because I didn't score points, but they won the game and Greg Williams was the toast of the town at that time. Yeah, and I wrote that and I flew home the next day got to Atlanta and I had a message on my phone and it's Sean getting mad. I called him back in 2 seconds. I said, are you kidding me all the time, you know, you know relationship was a little strained for a while, but then he realized and I realized really have nothing but respect for Sean Payton and I think he respects me. So I think that worked out the line. That's what she got to do. You can't hit I hate and run if you're going to hit go face it and I've always faced it. I've always wanted, you know, I'm not afraid to face it. I have nothing but respect for the guys I cover off. I always got mad they get mad they're going to get mad at you. But that's part of the business. 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"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"cbs sports" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Impossible choices. Each week. We'll focus on a question raised by Cova Nineteen Willie decided to take my dad off the ventilator and give it to someone younger who needs it. We'll talk to the experts policymakers and leaders charged with setting guidelines and the frontline first responders who carry the weight of these decisions every day. It looks like a battlefield without blood. A war zone. Subscribe now on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen you mentioned Sarah Kusak. I should mention you guys just won. The New York Sports Emmy best play by play analyst. I saw it was the first time ever that a team of broadcast team for a sports team won the award together but obviously there was no emmys. Was it done? Virtually or how did that all go down? Yeah yeah it was virtually. Normally you wear a Tuxedo to the This was very different and I wore my underpants my underwear and that's how I watched the event it was. It was phenomenal. Did they send you the award? Not yet eventually. I believe I don't know maybe it's a virtual emmy. Maybe I'll never actually see the. I'd just have to put my laptop up on the table and to say yeah this this what an emmy would look like. It was really nice. Actually Yeah I was GONNA say. There's no way to ask this question without sounding like I'm disparaging which I'm not on any level but when you're a national broadcaster like you are you're doing. Nfl Play Games you doing. Nc Double A. Tournament you in the New York Demi. Is it still a special in his meaningful? Yeah it is and the reason I say that is because of all the people that I work with everybody on that crew. Care so much our producer. Frank Grace is one of the best producers. I've ever worked with any sport any network affiliation. He's that good at it. Takes such care in every broadcast so The amount of pride that we felt we had a text chain going with our nets crew and the back and forth that we had that night. That's ultimately what you care about. It is it's a team concept you're part of a team so to see everybody react the way that they did. And in the way that The night went at. That's what made it special and will always make special. I really enjoy the people and I enjoy the job. And that's why I've kept doing twenty six years doing the nets and there's a reason why I keep coming back. Yeah I was. I was a bad host and should've mentioned that you won the Emmy for your work with the Brooklyn Nets. I WanNa talk to you about the last dance. I'm sure you're watching every Sunday night. Like every other. What was your relationship at all Jordan? Obviously you were doing the nets back then when he would come to town did he. Did YOU HAVE ANYTHING WITH HIM INTERVIEWS SILO? I don did you have any interaction with Jordan at all. Yeah did Michael Cohen who was my first analyst on Nets radio played at North Carolina. And when Michael Jordan came for his recruiting recruiting trip to Chapel Hill his host was Michael. Coren so they form this bond this tar heel bond that carried over into Jordan's playing career in the NBA. So my first year doing radio what is what is Mike. Say he says. Hey you WANNA meet him. Yeah I WANNA to. I'm trying to think of the timing. That might say you know it year round this ninety four ninety five so that the year that he came back and loss to Orlando in the playoffs. So Mike says hey. Do you WanNa meet them. So maybe wasn't that might have been the year after that. He said you want to meet them so yeah of course so he brings me back to the locker room. Pre-game me Michael Corn and Michael Jordan and we hang out for I don't know fifteen minutes and it's just the two of them busting balls for fifteen minutes and you know Michael say you know this guy. He showed me around and then Mike going back at him. And that's the thing about Jordan. He liked it if you could bus balls back and he literally asked me what what's your deal. And he took an interest so I ended up being in his company a few times. But my timing was such that. I just started in the NBA. When the Bulls run was completing. So I I caught the back end of it and I had the good fortune of calling the NBA finals on the world. Feed so I did get to call a couple of those series. The Bulls Seattle Supersonics series. I called on the world. Feed and the goals Utah Jazz Series Brian. Russell push off game that series. I did for for the world. I'm huge in Indonesia. Jimmy not that I turn off the streets of Indonesia without a mob scene. I remember you telling me a great story. The last time I had about you and rafting the game I gotta go back and listen to that and remind you know what's Germane now to that. If there is a chance that that we have to call these Games off monitors in studio somewhere. I do have experience of done it for NBA Finals. I've done it for world basketball championships on the two that I mentioned. I was on site for for the Bull Seattle. I was on site for the Bulls Jazz. I was on site but I did the Miami San Antonio Series Ray Allen Big Three. That was from a studio in Secaucus. I did those World Championships Raff around from a studio in Secaucus. So it's doable. Yeah I would hope no network would ever do this but I would hope that if they did if you had a call the games that way they'd give me a little box in the bottom right hand corner showing the announces calling the game from the CEO. Because I think that could be some funny stuff there but with me and wrath Garrett Yeah Yeah I'm so the last dance. It's interesting because when it first premiered three weeks ago I I know that I know you don't tweet. But you have like the secret account where you keep up with thing burner witter you know. People were losing their minds and it became this whole like you know. I'm GonNa Faint the last answer so good. I can't wait and I've noticed the last couple of weeks now People sort of I got into Ken. Burns made a statement about how Disappointed that this is a partnership with Jordan. We're not getting the full story. What's your take on that? Yeah I understand it and if you're looking at it strictly from a journalistic point of view. You're probably going to be disappointed. There's not going to be a whole lot of balance. Michael Jordan is helping to control the narrative and that was part of the deal made to release this footage. So you have to understand exactly how it all came about. This footage has been around for many years now. It we're talking about twenty plus years and jazz now. We've seen a finished copy of a film that basically in ten parts has been put together and they're telling a story but it is just part of the story the enjoyment level that. I've gotten that I think a lot of people have gotten certainly people that were around at that time it's bringing back memories and for some of US seeing faces in the crowd in the media scrums and seeing younger versions of media stars now and what they were doing and what they were like. Look this is not going to be like your typical documentary. Because ultimately Michael Jordan had the yes or no on what was going to be put out there and once you suspend that part of your brain and you say hey I just want to enjoy it for what it is. I've enjoyed it and the younger fans have enjoyed it because it's given them a little window into the competitive nature and to what the NBA was all about at that point. But it's not telling all the stories it's not delving into everything it's giving Michael Jordan's perspective on what was happening at that point in his life. I gotta be open and honest if I opened up my brain to the fact that there are other people's perspective that may disagree but that's part of the deal and that's the only way we were going to get this version of those events. Yeah I guess I'm just I mean normally I always I mean I subscribe to the theory. That people are stupid so I shouldn't be surprised that some people don't get the fact that he's being interviewed throughout the documentary and we're seeing his footage that he allowed to be used. We're getting his perspective. Surprised this a surprise to people It's interesting I me personally. Even though this is from his perspective it's his point of view. I thought especially this week. It's hard to discuss this in context because to me the all time greatest NBA player. I'm sure he's kept the charities of quiet but during donated God knows how much money but when I watch it from a personal standpoint you know I I don't get the impression he's a great guy now. I don't have anything I'm just going off of like the stuff with twenty coaching. Try to make him miserable. The Constant Picking Jerry. Krause and cross can't defend themselves here and You know I thought you know even less. I mean the one thing that surprised me and I don't want you to comment on that because it's what I but here's something I I'm interested in your take on. I was very surprised how open he was in the last episode but how much he couldn't take the media anymore because to me the media back then is nothing like what the media is now and this is a guy who is universally thought of is the most mentally tough athlete of all time basically and he was basically buckling under the pressure of a few newspaper writers. I found that shocking. Am I reading that wrong on? No I don't think you're reading wrong. What I think is were applying. What would happen today? Compared to what was going on then you could control the message back then. A bit more other were less reporters. They were less people that were danger. Round but criticism is criticism and some people can't take criticism. Some people have a tough time dealing with it. And Michael Jordan created reasons to motivate himself. And even what some might consider the slightest of Knox and the slightest of critiques was enough to be a chip on this man shoulder. And take his competitiveness to the next level. Look what you're alluding to is correct. he doesn't come across as a great guy all the time and to me that's been valuable to see because his image was so protected back then he is flawed and I think he's acknowledged more so in this documentary his flaws than he had in all the previous years of living public life. What's interesting to me is if we take Michael Jordan if we take Kobe Bryant if we take Lebron James Three players at least during my time as an NBA broadcaster that were on a pedestal. And you could feel something was different inside an arena. When any one of those three players were participating there was just a different vibe. There was an electricity that you couldn't create there've been so many other great players but those three in particular would create this whole other dynamic Jordan. Did Not let you in he did. It was all about the image. I didn't let you know what his thoughts worried. And let you know where. He stood politically. He just chose not to go in that direction. Charles Barkley if you remember came out and said Hey. I don't WanNa be a role model and everyone well trolls. Hey Michael Basically said that in this last episode he just never publicly admitted it..

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