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"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:05 min | 9 months ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And we'll get an announcement sometime before the bowl game because they're gonna play in a good bowl. We'll get that announcement then. And then he'll be gone. But until then he could have shut it down the day, but he didn't. And all it is is just a bunch of words with no substance. I think he knows in his heart of hearts that he's got a decision to make. And I don't think he's made it yet. And if he has made the decision, I don't think it's to stay at Texas a and M because he would have told us already. Always great to chat with sedar golden from the Austin American statement. I haven't looked at the remainder of the Texas schedule. So I'll and I'm sure you probably don't want to look at it either. Hey, thank you for coming on. Always great to talk to you. Take care, brother. You got it. Said golden from Austin on the Texas longhorns. We'll take a break. More to come right after this. You are listening to the call find show podcast. We welcome all of you back. And let's continue with more phone calls. I'm an is up next. Good afternoon, Paul. Thank you. Thank you. Aubrey takes one on the chin. Got a kicker in a quarterback in the mix. Excluding Alabama, Georgia, Vanderbilt, maybe Missouri. Everybody else is kind of in the middle, aren't they? There is there are going to be a lot of very average records in the SEC this year. Right. And teams that you think should win. They're not going to win. They win some games they shouldn't. It's been an interesting year. Paula, if memory serves me by 8 years ago, we were all up in Brian Denny stadium. You Tammy Charles and I on the cold on the COVID 20 13. You know, I remember when we were up there after we kind of did everything and was at the restaurant there at the end where you were broadcasting the show. Y'all, this was actually before the SEC network came on, because we did some videos, Tammy Charles and I out in the patio area about what college football was because people in the SEC. Right. And I wish you could find that one that you had a family because anybody who did know Tammy, that was tame. Because she's doing an interview and this lady comes up and is talking about Tim, it's about to get in a fight with this lady of the guardrail. And it was a heck of a day and tomorrow morning will be three years we lost Stan. You're right. It was such a heartbreaking moment in for all of us, but I don't know if we've ever had a Saturday here. And you know what can December the first I believe it is. Yeah. Ten years ago, we lost shame. And we've lost several others since then. We'll have a notable people. And I just saw that come up on the timeline and how that took a moment just reflect on all those people. They were all good people. Good salt to the earth people. You know, I appreciate you saying that. And thanks so much. A lot of people ask me over the years about this program and the insanity of it and all that. But what he just said to me is the embodiment of what we have done here and like it or not, that's who we are. And we're not changing it. Thank you for the call. Let's talk to Dave and Louisiana. Hello, Dave. Hey, Paul, how you doing? We are doing great. Thank you. Paul, I want to talk to you about the LSU office who always this year. I know we should combine in a bottle two years ago when we had Joe Brady calling a place. And we don't have the offensive personnel that we had then. We also know that we have occupancy line issues. My question is, when I look at the outfits, it seems like the offensive coordinator Jake Pete's is slowly uptake when it comes to calling plays. Knowing the offensive issues we have on the line seems like ten games in the season, he should be aware of that by now. There should be calling plays that put our players in a better position to make plays downfield. But what is your take on that if you've seen any of the games? Yeah, I think some of the problem Dave, thank you for the call. Three coordinators in three years. And it is very difficult to grasp it. And I think he is suffering from it. And the good or bad news depending on your point of view is that there will be another coordinator next year. Thank you very much for the call. Kevin is in Atlanta. Hello, Kevin. Professor HP find bomb. Hey, Paul, a longtime call, first time listener. Next time you have Aaron Rodgers, little brother on, make sure you only ask him about losing because that's all he knows, that's all his life experiences and SEC football is losing. For him to say the word elite blows my mind. I have pair of tennis shoes older than this kid, so I need to maybe give him a history lesson. Back in the day, players used to play both offense and defense. So you had two teams. You had two quarterbacks. It's been going on forever. It's Charlie trippy. What happened? You got Dave green, DJ shocking. I was not even talk about the George bulldogs. You got two. Jalen Hurst, you got Tim Tebow, Chris Lee. It's been going on forever and for him to say not elite has been laid out a lot. He laid out the line, I'm not even dodging him. Kevin, let me jump in for one second, just because I asked, I asked him the question. And I asked him for a reason. Jordan is as knowledgeable as anybody I know when it comes to evaluating the SEC. He's not coming from any position of bias like some people. He is giving me his objective view. That's what we asked him for. I completely agree with you. The only thing ever came out of Vanderbilt was Larry Munson. Well, again, the key word in that conversation was objective. Let's continue. Phil is in North Carolina. Hello. Yes, hello, my mom looked good today, sounding good. Thank you. I got a couple things. I want to talk to you about Mark stoops, the head coach at Kentucky. Okay. My wife is a big vault. My wife is a big bowel fan. And I'm a George boat off and these. Either way, we were watching the game. Kentucky. And I've watched Mark stoops in the past to me, he is nothing..

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"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:17 min | 10 months ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The pride passion that pageantry of college football lives here. This is the Paul Fein bomb show hour three podcast. We are back a number of guests will join us in the second two hours. John calipari joining us in just a few minutes legendary Kentucky basketball coach. And an hour from now, the legendary sports columnist from the Tuscaloosa news Cecil hurt. Let's continue with more of your phone calls and Derek is in Los Angeles. Hello Derek. Hi, Paul. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. And shout outs to young men, John, who retired in Texas, who's in Ohio State fan. You made me laugh when you talked about beating Michigan because I really think that that's going to be a close game. But either way, I hope I called earlier some weeks ago. I think that Jim Hobart belongs in the NFL and I hope the Vikings are the bears of the Raiders or the Miami Dolphins are able to look at him. But my case while actually my question, I was going to ask you about gambling in sports, but I'm going to change that because Perkins called and I think Perkins are Roy. I want to worry with the Roy with the official. Perkins call it about the safety. And it was really alarming when that got almost hit lane kippen. And my question to you, Paul is is it going to get to the point where the inner stadium per game is going to be like TSA going to an airport? I mean, does somebody have to get hurt or killed before the security is really tightened up because I know you have a 100,000 people in these stadiums, but it was really alarming when that happened and watching that game here in Los Angeles. I would say, wow. That was just unbelievable. I just wanted your opinion on. We've gone through this over the years. I think after 9 11, there was a lot of electronic. Surveillance and we had to go through checks. That has lessened and I do agree. I don't think anything that has happened since since Saturday night is going to stop at is going to stop it from happening again. And quite frankly, I don't think the outrage has been very high and. The university I think outside of the president had a fairly predictable and muted response. And I mean, I didn't see any anger or outrage from the head football coach. He almost seemed I'm not putting words in his mouth, but he said the right things, but then he thanked the crowd for filling in the sections that filled up where the demand left. I mean, that was not a defense. That was just basically playing. That was base politics. But when a cheerleader or a band leader or even someone who's helping or giving water to the players, gets hurt and then I think it's main, then they got to react, which kind of that's really I mean, we are all very fortunate to nothing happened other than because fans I don't want to say fans of are different today, but there is more of an emotional involvement in terms of reaction because we're also used to and have a licensed to react and what I mean by that is social media that if I'm a fan and I don't like what you've said about my team, I can say anything I want about you. I'm letting it out where and maybe that's good. I used to joke back in the day that a program like this was good for college football, as opposed to deleterious for college football because people at least got it out of their system. It was cathartic. But if you're in a football game and it's a four and a half hour game and you've had three 24 ounce beers and all of a sudden you see something you don't like and somebody throws something out there, what are you going to do? I'm not trying to be a. Psychologist here, but when somebody does it, it tends to trigger a cell in your brain to go, you know what? I've got I've got a Jack Daniels bottle here. I'll just go ahead and throw that myself. You know what, Paul, you hit it. You hit it right on the nail when you set about alcohol and like I said, you know, people gamble on these games too. But you hit it on the nail. And I want to thank you for taking my call. Thank you for John's retirement. The gentleman that coached for 30 years, these referees have a tough, but I'm going to go up. By the way, Derek, you're right. It was a very it was like a three point spread, too. That call cost Tennessee fans a lot of money. Yes, yes. And I'm going to not let up the review. Some of these coaches and I don't know what game they're watching. That's all I've got to say. I'm going to make a valid equipment defending officials because I don't think people believe it anyway. So everyone knows everyone's heard they do they do the best they can. I don't want them to do the best I can. I just want them to get it right. Yes. I agree with you 100%. And thank you for taking my call. Derek, thank you. Yeah, general Patton didn't tell his troops. Just go out there and do the best you can, okay? No. Go out there and win the war. And it's time officials start getting it right. And especially if you have a booth in a command center that will aid and abet you in getting it right, abetting might not have been the right word there. Keith is up next in Knoxville. Hello, Keith. Hey, Paul, it's been a while since I call it. I really haven't had a whole lot to talk about with Tennessee football. But I was in attendance with my family Saturday night at the old miss game and boy. It was something. What was it like? Yeah. It was crazy. And I want to say, first of all, I'm going to present one box say with by no means do I agree with what was done with throwing things on the field. But the way that the night went, it was almost like a perfect storm for something bad to happen. Between the terrible calls from the rest of four and a half hour game, people being there a long time drinking. The behavior of some of the old miss fans in our section was this terrible be it all missed in our section turnaround flipping us all blowing kisses of people. It was just an ugly atmosphere, even in the stands. So what I really want to talk about was the floppy. The saline of the injuries that prolonged the gains along in to stop a tempo office by the fall down. And it's comfortable ever going to do something to stop this. Keith is another great question. And I'll let it official or an SEC person try to address that, but it's a very difficult thing to know when the person is truly fatigued or hurt or whether they're flopping. It's a great question, though. Thanks for the call. Ron is in California. Hey, Ron, go right ahead. Hey, Paul. Well, I just want to you were talking about great running backs not too long ago and I want to add one more name and that sure. That's Charlie trippy from Georgia. Now, people probably won't remember him because he was back in the four early 40s to the mid 40s..

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"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:50 min | 11 months ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Auburn as an apple last year. You know there are some people that were pushing hugh freeze for that job but he had no shot at getting that job. There were too many important people at auburn. That we're not going to hire freeze. And i mean look at auburn. That's the place that has shown a strong desire to win and they fourth out a guy spent twenty one million dollars. It'd be nick sabin multiple times. Because he wasn't winning enough and hugh freeze out of all the options they had was probably the ones who might have been the surest bet to win and do well given the success. He had previously had against nick sabin while he was out on this. And so you know. I think that's a good maybe barometer as last year when those kind of bigger jobs opened up you know freeze was not not really in the mix on them so this year again. I don't see it being usc We'll see what other jobs open up. You know. I think jim harbaugh seems like kind of solidified himself. As michigan people thought that might open Same thing with scott frost in nebraska. We'll see what happens there. But when we've talked about the big jobs that could open up you know. Lsu michigan nebraska usc. Outside of those g. which again. I don't think is the likely i don't see any of those big time programs being seriously interested in free so i think he his You know reform reform for his. You know working to get back into the mic is still gonna take some more time fantastic conversation with john. Talk of a Dot com john. Great to have you on hope season. Thanks appreciate you. He's the best giving us the insider conversation and there. There's a lot of that going on. And and you know who knows where these job openings are going to be right now. We only know about one but it is early october. We'll take a break more of your phone calls at eight five five two four two seven two eight five. You're listening to the paul. Finebaum show podcast. We're back. what a segment with. John and now more calls and guppy is up next yes. I'm on the phone. We'll good guppy your own ear. There was earlier caller talking about the georgia auburn theories and it brought back a lot of nostalgia right I seen frank think which in. Charlie trippy and racehorse davis and bob cautioned. I seen them all play. And i've had season tickets for. Oh gosh them to give. I guess seventy years i think so. I've had him ever since i graduated. College nineteen five. How many is that. That was a sixty Sixty six years ago. Yeah so anyway looking forward to this game satiety and auburn it is. It's always been a fun game and it's always been an interesting game and i listen. I listen to that happening again. I do wanna take one second fall to commend you on your patients. You've had leo back to back and your restraint is admirable. It's it's not a quality that i'm known for but i i do want to mention that. Tell you that i. I think that's one of the qualities that you got that keeps me posted is maybe i can learn something from the. We'll guppy done the math on your age. So i think you've learned quite a bit in your. I'm guessing ninety years or more. But i i will say this to you because i feel like i can talk to you. As as an elder. I need help in the future with leo and i'm going to appeal to physicians or pharmacists. Because i don't. I don't think i can handle that call without medication tomorrow And i'm just trying to find the best medication that i can take. That will commie down but also get me to the end of the show. Well i i will be glad to offer. I'm a retired attorney. And i'm afraid asked bedlam in in my life. I can imagine using maternity well. If if i can help you any way. I do admire you and i want you to know that At my age. I've had a lot of experience and there's a lot that i don't admire and there's a lot that i do and you on the list we'll guppy thank you so much. What a pleasure to visit with you. My pleasure thank ninety one year old guppy as As we have done the math What do you think i don't wanna. I don't wanna legal drugs. Although i could be forced into going to them but is there. Is there something that you could Probably nothing over the counter razor. Maybe i can get a prescription for something that will keep me. Calm during an intolerable conversation. Let's talk to joseph next mississippi. Hello joseph hey mr paul leaving thank you taking my call. Thank you You're very welcome. Thank you but I i was just trying to say i was wrong. You're right that Out did from rebels property touchdowns say could be three or four. But but i also want to say is also ask you. What do you think our chances are serono table. I mean bay arkansas. Pretty well this weekend and do pretty well. What do you think those chances are. And what should we do by chance of steps. But you think he's still house and running. Well i think it depends joseph. He's a great player in i. I don't think he did anything that game. There would hurt hurt his chances other than almost lose a game and sometimes we. We tend to hold that against the quarterback. But you look at all mrs next eight or nine weeks I mean there's not a game on the on the calendar. I think that there will be either an underdog or certainly won't be a decided underdog. So they'll they'll. I think they'll be favored in pretty much every game from now on but that depends You know the first game. The first game is arkansas. I think that they can manage arkansas. And then where will the trouble be There's some unknowns in the sec. west right now. But i think arkansas we'll be the toughest games back to back. I think you're correct on that. But also to i mean she was the most mysterious team in the in the sec. Right now i think lsu could win almost any game other than alabama and. I'm talking sec play. And they can certainly lose every game as well. I mean i know that sounds pedestrian to say but they're impossible to figure out and it's hard for those out because i mean just like mystery style life where they come from all sudden they beaten. I mean let's be honest The team they beat last saturday night was is a pretty bad team right now. I think i think that'd be better. And nc state is get a lot of attention for beating clemson. But that's not a great time. I'm not gonna take anything away from mike leach's bunch i mean. That was a huge win from program building standpoint when you go into college station but it was not a monumental upset. Hey thanks for the call. I do appreciate it very very much. Let's check in with mike who is out in texas. Hey mike paul wants you say what city. I'm in college station college in texas. Yes sir so we talked about. And i've been holding for forty minutes so give me a minute. Call her to guy. Good news and i got bad news for you. We're going to start with. I went to see a customer today. And i thought i was seeing your twin brother. All come to side. It was paul finebaum. It was awesome mike. He must have been very attractive. Was i knew it. Let let let me let say so. I'm an egg. Of course i was number twenty nine and my family graduated from me now..

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"charlie trippy" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

14:43 min | 2 years ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Bears and he could not agree with Halcion a on a contract and so he never did play pro football so there were some there that either just decided not to play pro football and maybe didn't pan out at the great collegiate career. Not Quite sure but I think the carousel of coaches had something to do with it in the nineteen thirties. 'cause the four we had Jimmy Councilman started out the forties and then finished the forties and gave the cardinals or last great successes team. Before we talk on that I want to talk about nineteen forty four. We had We've had a bunch of conversations around sort of how will world war two nearly sank this. It's national football league but but arguably galvanized it and we had a really good conversation back when we first got the show up and running With our POW MATT algae. Oh who a kind of walked us through the nineteen forty three season of the steagall. These sort of Combo team there but maybe you can give us a sense of how the the cardinals held on in their own. Mash up way with Pittsburgh in one thousand nine hundred forty four. Maybe you can set that because look you could you could look. You could be guilty as I am of looking backward right not there at the time and a armchair amateur historian here. You could look back and go well if there's any team in the history of the NFL that that might be predicted not to make it through a crisis like World War Two you could have imagined the cardinals being perhaps that franchise. But that's not what happened. What happened in forty four forty four when it became? Obviously you see that. So many players were in the military. The bears the colonel. I proposed the league this after the struggles. They propose that they make one Chicago team. It seemed like would be beneficial to both teams the north and the South side would be united in Chicago would have one pretty good team. And that's so I guess how the other NFL owners fell to. They decided that that would be too strong. A team and voted it down so the bears kept going on their Own whereas the cardinals as you mentioned Merged with the steelers I know as Mr Rooney the owner of the steelers then called it the worst team ever in the history that you the national football league. They lost all their games. Yeah big their own ten and They were nicknamed named carpets pits cardinals. And the Pittsburgh steelers which the Chicago Tribune eventually evolved the tar pits into the carpets. And why not because every team walked all over him just like a carpet and so that was the result that team but it did keep both of those those teams teams alive. They're still with us today. And I think it was instrumental in preserving the league as well as preserving the Chicago cardinals franchise that you know there were some good Games James The cardinals thing drew our pitch drew over forty thousand in New York for game with the giants. They had thirty five thousand in Washington for game with the Redskins back. Home wasn't very good Game with Cleveland Home Game only do thirty five hundred so there were definitely drawing better in the area and east coast than they were when they had the home games which pretty much all took place At the end of the season they had three or four games in a row that were played in Chicago Hogle In fact one game. That was a home game with the bears was in Pittsburgh so They lost that one as well. So the the card fits. It's played the bears in Pittsburgh and law STA forty nine to seven. Only nine thousand people showed up for that one. I'm actually not. Many people would actually admit that they actually went to of that game. I guess so. One gets the opinion that you know I. It almost feels to me. And you mentioned bidwell relationship obviously with the bears years prior before getting this franchise which is it almost feels in some respects that the NFL almost kind of collectively needed this team. To at least survive is certainly if it wasn't gonNA Compete for championships or or be hugely competitive or whatever but it almost felt like it to the franchise was almost you know Crucial to sort of of at least be in the loop so that the League can sort of continue on with with as many franchises as it had I mean is that a fair assessment because if it does feel like this his team you know from the League perspective was and we'll get into the fifties in a minute but I don't want to bypass nineteen forty seven which we'll get to but it does feel like it. It was almost expected that this team was just going to be hanging around. It wasn't a bad thing for them to be hanging around but maybe not much more. Yeah and I think even earlier ear BIDWILL was perhaps looking now. Here we go on I. Am I going to say that. They WANNA did well in the League or they wanted to cardinals. 'cause I know Even back in the late thirty especially nineteen forty. They'd played a Texan Bishen game or a game in buffalo where the team was supposedly looking for a different location location. If they're ever GONNA move again we don't have TV contracts so They wanted to move. They could certainly move. But it just seems like The cardinals finals always seem to find a way to survive another season and that started occurring After the war of course when they had the little better teams than attendance. It's really did start picking up for them even at home in Comiskey Park but I'm wondering if how serious bidwell was when he started looking looking around and playing some home games. Different areas. Buffalo was one If he was really content to stay in Chicago to me yeah I think he was. I think he would just looking for a way of maybe having a Gamer so elsewhere to pick up the GEICO because he had all his business interest in his family was in Chicago of course so The League itself seemed to be comfortable with having few teams in Chicago when there were no other cities with with two teams in it and also also does seem to help the with the bears and the cardinals and they played cutting down on travel costs which were still a concern during the war so I I think I agree with There was some feeling that there was hope that the cardinals would survive in continuing Chicago. Are Well explained to me. Nineteen forty seven because it seems to be the ultimate of outliers in the seasons played by the Chicago twelve before and after this one thousand nine hundred ninety seven season now. It didn't still still result in the championship. But it's arguably perhaps one of the more notable among not many years of the freight this franchises long-life life. Yeah and after the war of course all the NFL teams had their draft choices. They had to returning servicemen. They had the graduating college seniors. Ears and so there was a lot of town floating around the National Football League and the cardinals During the war with the carpets they were winless of course and and then the nineteen forty five one game so Jimmy Councilman. Who was the coach in the early forties? He came back after the war for the nineteen forty six season and promptly. Turn them into a winning team that that much more. They're six and five in the League but still a winning team and more importantly they were drawing crowds Think again fifty thousand or so in New York they were drawn over thirty thousand for a lot of their home games with Green Bay. A and of course the bears Do about almost forty thousand and so the the start of a winning team and with all this talent on on board It was hosted. The cardinals would again probably Jones the bears. It seemed like they were still interested in beating the bears more so than winning and yet NFL championship. But Mr Bidwell of course looking to win the NFL in forty seven was marked by a lot of talent really coming together. They had the dream dream backfield which was the first time there were four all Americans from college in the back field of a protein with Paul Christmas Missouri Pat Harder Wisconsin John Marshall Goldberg from From Pittsburgh I'm Charlie trippy from Georgia. Then Goldberg switched to defense and Elmer things men from Notre Dame came amen and played offensive halfback but they had great linemen. some who had played with the cardinals before the war. And we're really a strong team but it's still that season as an came down to a final game. The nineteen forty seven against the bears. One of the cardinals pulled out a trick play to win their division championship Defeat the bears before if almost fifty thousand Chicago so that was Kinda the first time in modern history at that time where the cardinals were the superior team to the bears and Forty Eight Forty seven the cardinals did win the championship when they beat the Eagles at Comiskey Park Cardinals. A bit of a advantaged by putting putting a gym shoes or tennis shoes on to play in the icy conditions and the Eagles did change but later at halftime but sleep but the cardinals won that game and then and then forty eight was in my opinion. The best cardinals team ever there are loving and wandering. The League went to Philadelphia to play for the championship teams and was a horrible snowstorm. There's been lots of stuff written about that By how deep the snow was there was some concern and that perhaps the game should have not even been played but the Eagles won seven nothing when there was a fumble by the cardinals deep in their own territory late in the game and after that the cardinals China went downhill but that forty seven forty eight season. We're remarkable in terms of dysphoric significance for the team. Well forty eight was also the I An NFL championship game ever televised. I got maybe that was had a little bit of a right early early media pressure to play that game but okay so despite that sort of a Lip I guess in history. So something else. Very dramatic and important happened around that time too. And that was the passing of Mr Bidwell Al and so what happens to the team and its ownership then and setting the stage. I guess for the fifties which didn't improve things very much did it. Yeah when Mr Bidwill passed away early. Nineteen forty seven and his wife. Violet was then basically the owner of the team She brought the guy named Walter Wolf Ner who was supposed to be making the football decisions but he wasn't a football man and some of the surviving players. I talked to over the years. Were kind of angry that he was making decisions that they did not agree with at the time. And I think that kind of led to the team's downfall after the nineteen forty eight season and so there was a a bit of internal conflict. Bidwell sons were not quite old enough although they were involved with the team back then in and forty seven so Mrs Bidwell was basically the owner at the time but wolf ner Kinda call the shots and representing the team at the League meetings and Wolf Ner. Obviously well that's obviously was a businessman. Pretty much centered in Saint Louis which is important in a few moments right because I so describe to me though the rivalry if any with the Chicago bears right. I mean you're you're mentioning maybe not not to unimportantly the idea that the bears we're more of a fixation for this team than maybe trying to go for an NFL championship but this is also the time. When the all America football all conference had a team in Chicago against all the odds as well the rockets I mean you would think that the cardinals in their relative Secondary Status I guess relative to the bears would be a warning sign for any challenger League to put yet another pro team in town too so I guess you throw those three teams during the course of the the late forties into the mixing bowl. How good the cardinals even compete? Let alone with the bears in the NFL. How how can they also compete with this challenge of the Chicago rockets? It doesn't seem like it's a it's a recipe for success. No there's just so many dollars that could be available. Oh for football teams to secure from their fans and now we have all of these three teams and don't forget got Notre Dame not too far away in northwestern Western Illinois All these teams attracting looking for the attention of the fans so it was not a recipe for success for at least one of them The bear seem to survive. Okay The cardinals and the rockets had A little bit more difficult time but I think the fact that the bears and the cardinals history went back so far to nineteen twenty and the oldest rivalry in the NFL that that probably vans trusted that that that product was going to be different. From what the rockets were putting on the field although from what I've heard Of course some of the teams that survived that League football and We just know that the cardinals probably were fighting for some of the same same fans that they were. Well I I just wondered because it may have been hastened perhaps their demise. Because let's let's let's be made round third base here and slide into home nineteen fifties right just completely lately. I mean I don't think there's any other way to put. It was frankly woeful for the Chicago cardinals franchise but it's also interesting too because not only were they sort of underperforming forming on the field. They're still a team in this now. Strengthening National Football League and it did attract attention from outsiders. There's who perhaps saw this as one of the weaker links in a strengthening league that perhaps could be purchased and or Rehab or removed. Or whatever maybe give already it's a sense of sort of how the bid wells were looking outward. Perhaps that perhaps they knew they had something in this franchise but maybe maybe it wasn't to stay in Chicago. And and and be you know a under their their ownership. Yeah what did you in the fifties. We heard a lot of rumors. There's about places like San Francisco and Dallas and Buffalo With individuals trying to buy the cardinal that was out there in the press that the cardinals were just frankly inevitably deigned move.

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"charlie trippy" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

12:02 min | 3 years ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"From Phoenix, Arizona, go follow along on Twitter at Jeffords talks, and we'll talk a little NFL as I said, in the open the Browns Broncos lion. Stall since patriots giants jets buccaneers Redskins opened up training camp on Tuesday, you news and notes from around the NFL Navarro Bowman the defensive. End from Penn State spent his entire career with the San Francisco, forty Niners announcing his retirement delete, he's like thirty three years old, which would make him buff, five years older than the average forty nine or retiree also in the NFC west, the Arizona Cardinals decide to recognize Carson Palmer in their ring of honor. And I'm I've got a few questions, first of all, we know that the Zona cardinals the Chicago cardinals Saint Louis cardinals stint was football cardinals anyway, don't have a rich history. So a you know, your, your individual accomplishments, of course they have. Pat's omen, they have had silman who they memorialize, and Pat, silman like Jake plumber at the same time as him was definitely is definitely an easy sell to this local fan base to may have been lukewarm on the cardinals for a long time. But certainly never that way. On Arizona state. So you, you go state to the cardinals, you're in a, you know, in pretty good company in the valley of the sunnier DJ foster played at Arizona state. He's trying to make it with the you know with that cardinals offense there. So he becomes the fifth player to have his entire career cardinals career play out in Arizona joining Pat, silman Aeneas Williams. Kurt Warner and Adrian Wilson the other twelve honored owner coach half back paddy Driscoll. Halfback Marshall Goldberg quarterback night, train lean Ali Marson, Ernie, nevers, Charlie, Charlie trippy. Larry Wilson Roger Worley, Dan. Dear orf. And ROY green, okay. Roy green Dan beard or Adrian Wilson. Kurt Warner and is way obscene. You know, I, I agree with, with all those at Tillman too. But Carson Palmer Carson Palmer, you know, he joins Kurt Warner in that he is also a quarterback. This was a guy that gave up on the Bengals side he'd rather retire than play for the Bengals and then the Bengals managed to get the raiders to give them some compensation for player that wasn't going to help them anymore. So the Bengals took yet Palmer comes out of retirement plays a year for plays a few years for the Oakland Raiders and ends up. Coming on with the Arizona Cardinals. And he Adler FitzGerald. I don't think that he added anquan Boldin by the way on Bolton's name, not mentioned amongst the ring of honor here of Arizona Cardinals. I think the Darnall docket deserves some love and I am going to give some loves to my boy Carlos stands be..

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"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It was just a question of of looking at the lists doing some research and sort of figuring out where these guys that in historical perspective for those a lot of fun. But it was I had to leave a lot of really good guy. I bet for those listening on the radio. Quickly go through her show trippy Chubb is third sink which other one not to forget Todd Gurley. Garrison Hearst at six Sony, Michelle Terrell Davis at eight LARs Tate. No schon Marino. Rodney Hampton eleven. Tim morally Willie mcclendon Melissa Smith and Kevin mic Lee. And I had to leave out guys like Thomas Brown, whose it was a very good running back. Robert Edwards play for Ray Goff was came in as a defensive back horse game. The first African American tailback the play through which in the early seventies. They were there are a lot of great was that leave out. It's you know, I really like about this list is trippy and sink, which you're talking about really going old school. They're not the hersal is is new school. Well, and think about think about trivia, he he finished second in the Heisman Trophy to Kalin Davis. Oh my goodness. I'm difficult must have been Frank sink. Which was Georgia's first Heisman Trophy winner in nineteen forty two average five yards a carry. And so, yeah, I believe in these in these lists. You have got to judge players within the context of the time they played and Charlie trippy and Frank Cinco which were among the best football players their era. Talking to Tony Barnhart. Mr. college football, Tony. Let's let's talk about the dogs today before you go and it was an ugly into the season for smart realizing recruiting is going quite well. And the future is bright no-one no-one is wasting a lot of time on that. But I'm really interested in your thoughts on Kirby smart. We've already heard from some callers who've said listen he's had two shots to to kill the king and both have slipped away. But, but you know, how it goes. Yeah. I do it. And it's a marathon. It's not a sprint. And again, Corby smart two years ago. Sounds the nation's number one recruiting class this year signed number two behind Nick Sabin. So the bringing in town as long as it's going to be talent there. They're going to be fine. They've got a proven for the inject prom. They've got plenty even though they lose, you know, holy failed and other. They still got a ton of great running backs. John. Swift that he stays healthy. We'll have a monster year. So I think George is going to be another very good team when we get the SEC media days back in Hoover. Yes. What Alabama is going to be picked in the west and Georgia's gonna be picked to win the east. So what's changed not very much other than? Georgia fans, or you know, think you think a lot of their program right now as you can imagine. Well, they're they're hungry and they had their hearts ripped out twice in a row that Mercedes Benz statement. I can I can understand that. But you know, what? And to debate the debate. The man you got at least come within come close to be that. And you know, I give ala Bama lot of credit both those, and they they they they are champions and they made the play the chance to make. Tony. On that front though. Looking at the twenty nine thousand nine dogs. The schedule is difficult Notre Dame at home AM at home. That's pretty good schedule of how would you compare this team with all the losses? But with a lot of young talent versus what we've seen over the last couple of years. I thought last year thing would be the team that might slip given given losing Michelle losing Chubb all that. But I I think I think in the second half last season j krom played his very best football in the fact that he's back and the fat. And I think the offensive line is going to be significantly improved. San Pitman's done an incredible job at Georgia. Not only coaching those guys, but recruiting high-level Lana. I think the same is still the best team in the SEC east, and they can get they can get that Lanta again and get another shot at Alabama. I think we've got a chance to beat them. Tony always great to catch. You up. All right. Thank you were listening to Paul finebaum show podcast..

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"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Paul finebaum show podcast. Tony barnhart. Joining us always great to welcome in. Tony, tony. I hope the off season. Even though it's two weeks and three days old has been good to you afternoon as been good all good to hear from. You wanna talk about a couple of things, but we were just talking about Alabama. And I know you'd have to be in a cave, and I don't think you are to miss what has been going on there since the night of January, seventh your impressions of the the exit from Santa Clara and the turmoil on Nick saban's coaching staff. Well, there's no there's no doubt all of us who were there that Alabama got beat by a very much better team better team that was better prepare, and it was it was a third defeat. Now since then since we all got back home a lot has changed. But I I would always tell people when they asked about it is be very very wary of under. Estimating Nick Sabin. Now, the the change he's had on his coaching staff. The last two years it has to me it has to catch up with you at some point. But don't take that that loss, and the fact that he's got to change coaches again for the second straight year don't read too much into that. Because I don't I don't think I don't think Nick savings ready to pass the ton. Just you know, I I would agree with you, totally Tony. But I would like you to think back as you've watched great coaches over the years, whether it was even Meyer, replacing a lot of coaches at Florida or or Bobby Bowden or someone else for that matter. I realize he's unique. I realize he's the best that's ever been. But we're talking about major major change and in he's been able to deal with it so far, but what are you watching for in feeling better about? Nick Sabin than maybe some people. Well, I think one thing you gotta keep in mind that his last four recruiting classes for whatever the rankings worst. You know, the last four recruiting classes have been one one six and one. All right. There's no question that when it came to recruiting this last class, he went younger on his coaching staff. I think we all understand that. And it may have heard him in the back on the Xs. And no so that that's why it's so fascinating to me. Some of the guys he's bringing in like a Steve Sarkisian. I've heard you say this, and I agree with that somebody despite what their past was he's comfortable Steve's Archies in those next saving Nick Sabin. No, Steve's or keys in and that's the thing. That's fascinating me. Now. Now, we'll catch up with him yet. But my my my issue would be when does it start to impact recruiting when that starts to happen to me? That's the red flies. You're right, all the great coaches who have who have slipped and fall fallen usually lost a little bit of an edge in recruiting. Let's switch gears. I was reading USA today this morning. There was my old friend. Tony Barnhart talking about the great Georgia running backs and man there have been I don't want to do a Larry Munson here. That's your job. But there have been a few and we will see to next week in the Super Bowl. But you ended up doing a ranking not difficult to pick the best. I think we could all do that. But take us through your process. Well, obviously, well, I got a call from oh fan. Thomas to USA today said hey, could you was Sony Michelle and and and Todd Gurley in the Super Bowl could you do this? And I'm sure it'd be happy to and obviously you start with history books you start with the leading Russia's of all time. And you that is story you template, and you just go down from there. And you know, where do they fit in the grand scheme of things? That's why had Charlie trippy at number two. I talked to a lot of people about Charlie trippy over the years for a couple of my books, and this guy, you know, he's into college football hall of fame. The pro football hall of fame finished second Heisman Trophy. And so I felt good about putting him number two. Then after that..

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"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Tony barnhart. Joining us always great to welcome in. Tony, tony. I hope the off season. Even though it's two weeks and three days old has been good to you could after noon as been good all good to hear from you. My friend wanna talk about a couple of things, but we were just talking about Alabama. And no you'd have to be in a cave. And I don't think you are to miss what has been going on there since the night of January, seventh your impressions of the exit from Santa Clara and the turmoil on Nick saban's coaching staff. Well, there's no there's no doubt all of us who were there that Alabama got beat by a very much better team better team that was better prepared. And it was it was a third defeat. Now since then since we all got back home a lot has changed. But I I would always tell people when they ask about it is be very very wary of under. Estimating Nick Sabin. Now, the the change he's had on his coaching staff. The last two years it has to me it has to catch up with you at some point. But don't take that that loss, and the fact that he's got to change coaches again for the second straight year don't read too much into that. Because I don't I don't think I don't think Nick savings ready to pass the time. Just you know, I I would agree with you, totally Tony. But I would like you to think back as you've watched great coaches over the years, whether it was an Meyer, replacing a lot of coaches at Florida or or Bobby Bowden or someone else for that matter. I realize he's unique. I realize he's the best that's ever been. But we're talking about major major change and in he's been able to deal with it so far, but what are you watching for in feeling better about? Nick Sabin than maybe some people. Well, I think one thing you gotta keep in mind that his last four recruiting classes for whatever the rankings of worst. You know, the last full recruiting classes have been one one six and one all right now, there's no question that when it came to recruiting this last class, he went younger on his coaching staff. And then we all understand that. And it may have heard him in the back in the Xs. And no so that that's why it's so fascinating to me. Some of the guys he's bringing in like a Steve Sarkisian. I've heard you say this, and I agree with that somebody despite what their past was he's comfortable Steve's Archies in those next saving Nick Sabin. No, Steve's or keys in and that's the thing. That's fascinating. May now. Now, we'll catch up with him yet. But my my my issue would be when does it start to impact recruiting when that starts to happen to me? That's the red flies. You're right, all the great coaches who have who have slipped and fall fallen usually lost a little bit of an edge in recruiting. Let's switch gears. I was reading USA today this morning. There was my old friend. Tony Barnhart talking about the great Georgia running backs and man there have been I don't want to do a Larry Munson here. That's your job. But there have been a few and we will see to next week in the Super Bowl. But you ended up doing a ranking not difficult to pick the best. I think we could all do that. But take us through your process. Well, obviously, well, I got a call from oh fan. Thomas to USA today said hey, could you was Sony Michelle and and and Todd Gurley in the Super Bowl could you do this? And I'm sure it'd be happy to and obviously you start with history books you start with the leading Russia's of all time. And you you that is story template, and you just go down from there. And you know, where do they fit in the grand scheme of things? That's why had Charlie trippy at number two. I talked to a lot of people about Charlie tripping over the years for a couple of my books, and this guy, you know, he's into college football hall of fame. The pro football hall of fame finished second Heisman Trophy. And so I felt good about putting him number two. Then after that..

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"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It was just a question of of looking at the lists doing some research and sort of figuring out where these guys that in historical perspective for those a lot of fun. But it was I had to leave a lot of really good guy. I bet for those listening on the radio quickly go through her show trippy Chubb is third sink which another one not to forget Todd Gurley. Garrison Hearst at six Sony, Michelle. Terrell davis. Eight LARs Tate. No, Sean Marino. Rodney Hampton eleven to morally Willie mcclendon, Melissa Smith and Kevin mic Lee. And I had to leave out guys like Thomas Brown who's it was a very good running back Robert Edwards to play for Ray Goff was came in as a defensive back horse games. The first African American tailback the play it's religion in the early seventies. Were there? Lot of great was that leave out. It's you know. When I really like about this list is trippy and sink. What you're talking about really going old school? They're not the hersal is is new school. Well, I think about think about trivia he he finished second in the Heisman Trophy to Kalin Davis. Oh my goodness. On the difficult must out have been Frank sink. Which was Georgia's first Heisman Trophy winner in nineteen forty two average five yards a carry. And so, yeah, I believe in these in these lists. You have got to judge players within the context of the time they played and Charlie trippy and Frank Cinco which were among the best football players of their era. Talking to Tony Barnhart. Mr. college football, Tony. Let's let's talk about the dogs today before you go, and it was an ugly end to the season for be smart realizing recruiting is going quite well and the future is bright. No, no, one is wasting a lot of time on that. But I'm really interested in your thoughts on Kirby smart. We've already heard from some callers who've said listen he's had two shots to to kill the king and both of slipped away. But, but you know, how it goes. Yeah. I do it. And it's a marathon. It's not a sprint. And again, Kirby smart two years ago since the nation's number one recruiting class this year science number two behind Nick Sabin. So the bringing in talent as long as it's going to be talent there. They're going to be fine. They've got a proven for toback inject from. They've got plenty even though they lose, you know, Holly failed and other. They still got a ton of great running back. John. Swift. If he stays healthy, we'll have a monster year. So I think George is going to be another very good thing when we get the SEC media days back in Hoover. Yes. What Alabama is going to be picked win the west and Georgia's going to be picked to win the east. So what's changed not very much other than? Georgia fans, or you know, think you think a lot of their program right now as you could imagine. Well, they're they're hungry and they had their hearts ripped out twice in a row that Mercedes Benz statement. I can I can understand that. But you know, what? And to debate the debate. The man you got at least come within come close to beat the man. And you know, I give Alabama a lot of credit both those, and they they they they are champions and they made the play the chance to make. Tony. On that front though. Looking at the twenty nine thousand nine dogs. The schedule is difficult Notre Dame at home AM at home. That's pretty good schedule. How would you compare this team with all the losses? But was a lot of young talent versus what we've seen over the last couple of years. I think. I see I thought last year thing would be the team that might slip given given losing Michelle losing Chubb all that. But I I think I think in the second half last season j krom played his very best football in the fact that he's back and the, and I think the offensive line is going to be significantly improved..

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"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It was just a question of of looking at the lists doing some research and sort of figuring out where these guys that in historical perspective for those a lot of fun. But it was I had to leave a lot of really good guy. I bet for those listening on the radio quickly go through her show trippy Chubb is third sink which another one not to forget Todd Gurley. Garrison Hearst at six Sony, Michelle. Terrell davis. Eight LARs Tate. No, Sean Marino. Rodney Hampton eleven to morally Willie mcclendon, Melissa Smith and Kevin mic Lee. And I had to leave out guys like Thomas Brown who's it was a very good running back Robert Edwards to play for Ray Goff was came in as a defensive back horse games. The first African American tailback the play it's religion in the early seventies. Were there? Lot of great was that leave out. It's you know. When I really like about this list is trippy and sink. What you're talking about really going old school? They're not the hersal is is new school. Well, I think about think about trivia he he finished second in the Heisman Trophy to Kalin Davis. Oh my goodness. On the difficult must out have been Frank sink. Which was Georgia's first Heisman Trophy winner in nineteen forty two average five yards a carry. And so, yeah, I believe in these in these lists. You have got to judge players within the context of the time they played and Charlie trippy and Frank Cinco which were among the best football players of their era. Talking to Tony Barnhart. Mr. college football, Tony. Let's let's talk about the dogs today before you go, and it was an ugly end to the season for be smart realizing recruiting is going quite well and the future is bright. No, no, one is wasting a lot of time on that. But I'm really interested in your thoughts on Kirby smart. We've already heard from some callers who've said listen he's had two shots to to kill the king and both of slipped away. But, but you know, how it goes. Yeah. I do it. And it's a marathon. It's not a sprint. And again, Kirby smart two years ago since the nation's number one recruiting class this year science number two behind Nick Sabin. So the bringing in talent as long as it's going to be talent there. They're going to be fine. They've got a proven for toback inject from. They've got plenty even though they lose, you know, Holly failed and other. They still got a ton of great running back. John. Swift. If he stays healthy, we'll have a monster year. So I think George is going to be another very good thing when we get the SEC media days back in Hoover. Yes. What Alabama is going to be picked win the west and Georgia's going to be picked to win the east. So what's changed not very much other than? Georgia fans, or you know, think you think a lot of their program right now as you could imagine. Well, they're they're hungry and they had their hearts ripped out twice in a row that Mercedes Benz statement. I can I can understand that. But you know, what? And to debate the debate. The man you got at least come within come close to beat the man. And you know, I give Alabama a lot of credit both those, and they they they they are champions and they made the play the chance to make. Tony. On that front though. Looking at the twenty nine thousand nine dogs. The schedule is difficult Notre Dame at home AM at home. That's pretty good schedule. How would you compare this team with all the losses? But was a lot of young talent versus what we've seen over the last couple of years. I think. I see I thought last year thing would be the team that might slip given given losing Michelle losing Chubb all that. But I I think I think in the second half last season j krom played his very best football in the fact that he's back and the, and I think the offensive line is going to be significantly improved..

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"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Finebaum show podcast. Welcome back to the program. Tony barnhart. Joining us always great to welcome in. Tony, tony. I hope the off season even though it's two weeks and three days old has been good to you. Good afternoon. I has been good all good to hear from you. My friend wanna talk about a couple of things, but we were just talking about Alabama. And no you'd have to be in a cave. And I don't think you are to miss what has been going on there since the night of January, seventh your impressions of the exit from Santa Clara and the turmoil on Nick saban's coaching staff. Well, there's no there's no doubt all of us who were there that Alabama got beat by a very better chain better team that was better prepared and it was a thorough defeat. Now since then since we all got back home a lot has changed. But I I would always tell people when they ask about it is be very very wary of underestimating Nick Sabe now the. The change. He's had on his coaching staff. The last two years it has to me it has to catch up with you at some point. But don't take that that loss, and the fact that he's got to change coaches again for the second straight year don't read too much into that. Because I don't I don't think I don't think Nick savings ready to pass the time. Just you know, I I would agree with you, totally Tony. But I would like you to think back as you've watched great coaches over the years, whether it was an Meyer, replacing a lot of coaches at Florida or or Bobby Bowden or someone else for that matter. I realize he's unique. I realize he's the best that's ever been. But we're talking about major major change in in. He's been able to deal with it so far, but what are you watching for in feeling better about Nick Sabin than maybe some people? Well, I think one thing you got to keep in mind that his last four uprooting classes for whatever the rankings the worst, you know, the last four recruiting classes have been one one six and one all right now there's no question that when he came into recruiting this last glass, he went younger on his coaching staff. I think we all understand that. And it may have heard him in the back in the Xs and os. That's why it's so fascinating to me. Some of the guys he's bringing in like a Steve Sarkisian. I've heard you say this, and I agree with that somebody despite what their past was he's comfortable Steve's Archies in those Nick saving Nick Sabin, those steam or keys in and that's the thing. That's fascinating me now. Now, we'll catch up with him yet. But my my my issue would be when does that start to impact recruiting when that starts to happen to me? That's the red flies. You're right, all the great coaches who have who have slipped and fall fallen usually lost a little bit of an edge in recruiting. Let's switch gears. I was reading USA today this morning. There was my old friend. Tony Barnhart talking about the great Georgia running backs and man there have been I don't want to do a Larry Munson here. That's your job. But there have been a few and we will see to next week in the Super Bowl. But you ended up doing a ranking not difficult to pick the best. I think we could all do that. But take us through your process. Well, obviously, well, I got a call from. Oh friend Tom tool. USA today said hey, could you with Sony, Michelle and and? And Todd Gurley in the Super Bowl. Could you do this? And I'm sure I'll be happy to and obviously you start with history books you start with the leading Russia's of all time, and you you betta story template, and you just go down from there. And you know, where do they fit in the grand scheme of things? That's why had Charlie trippy at number two. I mean, I I talked to a lot of people about Charlie tripping over the years for a couple of my books, and this guy, you know, he's into college football hall of fame. The pro football hall of fame finished second Heisman Trophy. And so I felt good about putting him number two. Then after that..

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"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"charlie trippy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Finebaum show podcast. Welcome back to the program. Tony barnhart. Joining us always great to welcome in. Tony, tony. I hope the off season even though it's two weeks and three days old has been good to you. Good afternoon. I has been good all good to hear from you. My friend wanna talk about a couple of things, but we were just talking about Alabama. And no you'd have to be in a cave. And I don't think you are to miss what has been going on there since the night of January, seventh your impressions of the exit from Santa Clara and the turmoil on Nick saban's coaching staff. Well, there's no there's no doubt all of us who were there that Alabama got beat by a very better chain better team that was better prepared and it was a thorough defeat. Now since then since we all got back home a lot has changed. But I I would always tell people when they ask about it is be very very wary of underestimating Nick Sabe now the. The change. He's had on his coaching staff. The last two years it has to me it has to catch up with you at some point. But don't take that that loss, and the fact that he's got to change coaches again for the second straight year don't read too much into that. Because I don't I don't think I don't think Nick savings ready to pass the time. Just you know, I I would agree with you, totally Tony. But I would like you to think back as you've watched great coaches over the years, whether it was an Meyer, replacing a lot of coaches at Florida or or Bobby Bowden or someone else for that matter. I realize he's unique. I realize he's the best that's ever been. But we're talking about major major change in in. He's been able to deal with it so far, but what are you watching for in feeling better about Nick Sabin than maybe some people? Well, I think one thing you got to keep in mind that his last four uprooting classes for whatever the rankings the worst, you know, the last four recruiting classes have been one one six and one all right now there's no question that when he came into recruiting this last glass, he went younger on his coaching staff. I think we all understand that. And it may have heard him in the back in the Xs and os. That's why it's so fascinating to me. Some of the guys he's bringing in like a Steve Sarkisian. I've heard you say this, and I agree with that somebody despite what their past was he's comfortable Steve's Archies in those Nick saving Nick Sabin, those steam or keys in and that's the thing. That's fascinating me now. Now, we'll catch up with him yet. But my my my issue would be when does that start to impact recruiting when that starts to happen to me? That's the red flies. You're right, all the great coaches who have who have slipped and fall fallen usually lost a little bit of an edge in recruiting. Let's switch gears. I was reading USA today this morning. There was my old friend. Tony Barnhart talking about the great Georgia running backs and man there have been I don't want to do a Larry Munson here. That's your job. But there have been a few and we will see to next week in the Super Bowl. But you ended up doing a ranking not difficult to pick the best. I think we could all do that. But take us through your process. Well, obviously, well, I got a call from. Oh friend Tom tool. USA today said hey, could you with Sony, Michelle and and? And Todd Gurley in the Super Bowl. Could you do this? And I'm sure I'll be happy to and obviously you start with history books you start with the leading Russia's of all time, and you you betta story template, and you just go down from there. And you know, where do they fit in the grand scheme of things? That's why had Charlie trippy at number two. I mean, I I talked to a lot of people about Charlie tripping over the years for a couple of my books, and this guy, you know, he's into college football hall of fame. The pro football hall of fame finished second Heisman Trophy. And so I felt good about putting him number two. Then after that..

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