19 Burst results for "Chris Steele"

"chris steele" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"chris steele" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Ryan hollins played for a lot of teams in ten years in the nba has got a podcast called the opinionated seven footers. He celebrate anniversary up north from los angeles. We're not giving you his location. But he seems to be in a good mood and he's joining us now. So ryan when you go through a series you've been you've been in this series before as they abney flow and go back and they go forth and milwaukee tends to start slow in a series. Phoenix tends to start hot in a series. After last night chris. Paul looks worn down. Do you feel differently about this finals. Then you did a week ago. Milwaukee me colin because it's a game three of the nba finals for bud. Actually make an adjustment. You know you played a little less of lopez down the stretch janas bowl folly went away and he was the screen center. If we realize so. I actually enjoy milwaukee. Did they did their jobs and ultimately. This isn't a good team on. The options have been there actually rather pedestrian. But you know what they stayed within their identity. What is that they defend. They rebound and they beat you up and they felt like this was a recipe for success to the point of cockiness in arrogance. But i saw the adjustments putting the basketball and chris middleton's hands down the stretch so and it's kind of about time that they made an adjustment but i loved that within the adjustments from bud. They never lost their dna and it paid off last night and honestly colin at home. You out work the team you grind you scrap. You do all the little things. That's something that i had really revered the sons four and they beat the suns at their own game because the sons are decent team on the offensive rebounding. The grittiness the fifty fifty ball in but this was the dominant physical performance from the bucks. Man do you worry at all since the bucks put drew holiday on chris. Paul has numbers have eroded quickly. Do you worry that. Chris looks old member. He missed two games and the clippers series so he came into the series energized rested healthy and he looks a little worn down. You worry about that. yeah. I do worry. Because i've played with chris in the playoffs teammate. At his window after practice. I wanted to. Chris said man. I think you're the best in the game and honestly today i think he's still is the best in a game at making pick a role reason. I said chris. What don't you like to see. He said i hate it. When the bigs are up at schranz. I hate it when guys get physical with me and the one thing that it realizes. Hey man. don't give any airspace to chris. Paul press them get into them jrue holiday. Do what you do and at the screen. If you get stuck come with hands. It was killing me on this. John reports the e lopez and a drop. No pressure being put on chris. He's he's he plays much bigger than he is. But chris steele hate to see length and athleticism on them. And that's what you holiday had done. And i'll be honest. Just call it. What is there was a little home cooking on whistle. You know and that's what happens in the nba playoffs. And that's where experienced comes to play. And we gotta realized. Chris is still a small guard. This is not a big. This is not a speedy small guard. he's a small guard. You know when you look at this series now are tied up next. Two of three or in phoenix is still like phoenix. And one of the reasons. I like him as jae crowder and chris. Paul tremendous playoff. Free throw shooters. I do worry about yoenis. Late in games. And i think i mean phoenix led by seven last night with a few minutes to go so i think these are going to be really close games down the stretch..

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"chris steele" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"chris steele" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"Legislature making it harder for them to also sit issues? it's just it's just so. I mean I imagine it's just a simple majority for the S. Jr's HCR's passed legislature. It's worse than that. It's a simple majority and there's no. The governor is not involved goes. He doesn't have to sign so just the chamber so I so I go to a vote of the people it does go to vote of the people and I think people president of the members present I imagine. I think it's I think it's that's a good question. I think it might be fifty plus fifty Gotcha in the house of the fifty percents parliamentary knowledge. Yeah I don't. I'm not for sure on that. But it's it's yeah it's unbelievable unbelievable but I also think and You know if you if you consider the the groups that have engaged. I mean. It's everything from the Ten Commandments. On capitol grounds to gay rights. I mean it would be very interesting in wonderful if everybody that truly believes in democracy could join forces and say let's let's protect our right to have a voice in the laws that govern our state. The next step is like okay. Say these this guitar valid at all right that we mobilize voters right. We get a voter voter registration now. Voter dries thinks will lead to get fifteen passenger vans lined out just to get people to the polls. Is that next target that next session and May I mean th? This is what we've seen in terms of voter suppression anyways. It just like this mounting democracy and then you face legislature. It's it's troubling verbally. Curious to a special Make we continue this conversation at some point? But it's you know it's one to be that there really haven't been that many grassroots initiatives that have made it to the battle eight or ten years. That's most of the things that have been have gotten to. The ballot sent there by the legislature. Because all right you know obviously somebody's afraid when they see what's happening love the will of the people who met Medicaid is going pass medicate in its should and people want it. The people of our state support it. Legislators or groups that control the legislature may not in in. I mean you have to consider whose voice is more important. I mean I think it's the people always gonNA say. It's the people like to think our listeners for downloading this extra episode of our podcast. Today look for the next regularly scheduled episode to drop Monday March. Sixteen continue the discussion. We began with Gramley brewer. On governor sits impasse with the tribes when we rebroadcast the march twelfth newsmakers with Cherokee Nation Chief Chuck hoskin junior and former Senate. Pretend COW HOBSON. If you're interested in sponsoring her work here to give observer cast going please contact Arnold at a Hamilton and okay observer dot Org for more information. No you'll be reaching a highly engaged information who audience through your sponsorship. He's subscribe as well share on social media to like what you hear and help us. Keep the proverbial lights on here for our podcast. We'd also like to thank Chris Steele and anymore for sitting down with us to talk about the importance of ballot initiatives in Oklahoma and people powered Marcy in filing the music. You're hearing once again by Oklahoma artists. Jaradat this latest album bully. Pulpit is available for purchase on eighteen. We hope you'll give him a lesson you can learn more about him at Jared. Deck MUSIC DOT COM..

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FBI was justified in opening Trump campaign probe, but case plagued by ‘serious failures,’ inspector general finds

The Daily 202's Big Idea

04:16 min | 2 years ago

FBI was justified in opening Trump campaign probe, but case plagued by ‘serious failures,’ inspector general finds

"A Justice Department inspector general's report examining examining the FBI investigation of Trump's twenty sixteen campaign rebutted conservative accusations that top FBI officials were driven by political bias to legally spy on trump advisors but it also found broad and serious performance failures requiring major changes. The four hundred thirty four page report issued Monday by Justice Department. Inspector General Michael. Horowitz concluded that the F. B. I. had an authorized purpose when it initiated its investigation known as crossfire hurricane in doing so horowitz implicitly rejected assertions by the President and fellow Republicans that the case was launched instead of political animus or that the F. B. I.. Broke its own rules on using informants as the probe went on and the FBI sought court approval to survey a former campaign aide. The report reveals that officials repeatedly emphasized damaging information that they learned about trump associates but played down exculpatory evidence that they also also found. FBI Director. Chris Wray announced he will implement dozens of corrective measures in response to Horwitz's report. Andy said that disciplinary action remains means a possibility for bureau employees conservatives and liberals alike claimed victory after the report's release with Republicans asserting that exposed serious wrongdoing. We'll Democrats said it validated. The Russia investigation. The report which was based on more than one million documents and more than one hundred seventy interviews is the most exhaustive assessment to date eight of the investigation that has roiled trump's presidency but in the minutes after the document was released it became clear that the report would not be the last word in a statement attorney. General Bill Bar disagreed with one of the Inspector General's central conclusions saying the FBI launched an investigation of a presidential campaign quote on the thinnest of suspicions that were in my view insufficient to justify the steps taken so too did Connecticut. US Attorney John. Durham whom whom bar handpicked to conduct a separate investigation similar. To what Horowitz is doing. Durham put out a highly unusual statement for someone conducting an ongoing Criminal Investigation Gatien. That said he's gathered information from sources in and outside of the US. That Horowitz didn't have Durham said he advised the Inspector General that he does not agree. With the report's key conclusion related to predication which is whether the F. B. I.. Had enough information to open the case. Now what evidence Durham has to rebut. horwitz remains unclear. Some involved in the Russia case say they're mystified by the statement. Horowitz was particularly critical of applications the FBI made to the foreign intelligence surveillance court to monitor former trump campaign advisor. Carter page asserting that those applications contained quote significant inaccuracies in omissions and that agents failed to meet the basic obligation to ensure the applications were scrupulously accurate. The inspector general found that so many basic and fundamental errors were made by three separate handpicked teams on one of the most sensitive F. B. I.. Investigations there was briefed to the highest levels within the FBI. He concluded that there was a failure of not not only the operational team but also of the managers and supervisors including senior officials in the chain of command. Among those failures was the growing body of information mation the FBI had gathered suggesting that former British spy. Chris Steele whose reports the so-called dossier were key element justifying the surveillance of page was not not as reliable as source as officials had described the court when seeking the face of warrants. The report lays out in detail. How as the F. B. I.? Obtained additional information raising significant questions about the reliability of the steel reporting. The bureau failed to reassess. The original information didn't alert higher ups to the Justice Department and didn't notify. The judges is that had signed off on the FISA warrants as a result of those findings Horwitz has launched a broader audit of Fisa work to study how systemic those problems may be for Pfizer applications in counterintelligence and counterterrorism cases. Horwitz did not however conclude that the bureau's applications to monitor worked page should have been rejected.

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"chris steele" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Me a break, lifeless business, which should happen. The FBI director is wrong case says the president ripping zone FBI director who says, yeah, if the Russian government calls you and they said they have information on your opponent. You probably she turn that. Over by the way, the Al Gore, briefing, book example, the Stephanopoulos raises, there is not incorrect. So none of this is a good look for the president, particularly because again, all he has to say here is you're right. I didn't know anything at the time, by the way, there's nothing illegal about that, right? If I take information from a foreign government, that's not actually illegal. It isn't Eugene. Volokh professor of law at UCLA didn't entire analysis of this in the Washington Post talking about whether it's legal or not. Let's say a member of the Turkish government had gone to Hillary Clinton and said, we've got information about Trump and she listened to it. And then she used it is that per se illegal not really. In fact, we know it's not illegal because Hillary Clinton actually did that with Ukrainian government Ukrainian government approach the Hillary campaign, and ten we've got all sorts of info on Trump. And she was like, bring it here. Goody goody, and nobody seemed to care at all about that. What do you think the Chris Steele dossier was Christopher Steele, dossier was a British agent who went over to Russia and talk to they bunch of foreign government sources, and then compile a bunch of crap and give it to Hillary Clinton. So I guess the idea is. A middleman, then it's no longer a problem. So if you hire a middleman to go out and do the research, and that research has gotten from foreign governmental sources, then I guess it's, it's no longer a problem. So again, there are a couple of things that are true here. One, it is not illegal to do, what President Trump did even in the Trump Tower meeting, which he was not aware of even for Don jR, there were no charges brought against him in that meeting because there was nothing illegal to is that moral. No. Is it good? No political. Look, obviously not. When people are suspicious that you are acting immorally. It's not a great look to see. I wouldn't call the FBI when your own FBI director saying you should call the FBI. But for people like Nancy Pelosi to weirdly say things like you can't accept information foreign government, we here in the Democratic Party would never do that. Yeah. Sure, lady, there is in the law that you cannot accept. Contributions from that includes in kind from the foreign, he'll campaign cannot from phone government that is in the law. But if it needs more clarity of we will go the duty to report. That's not only you don't accept it. But you report it to the FBI because issues. It's an invasion of our democracy. I mean it's, it's unthinkable. Anyone do this also? In other news, the hill may second two thousand nineteen and its most Ukrainian embassy in Washington says the Democratic National Committee insider during the two thousand sixteen election. So let's dirt on Donald Trump's campaign chairman and even tried to enlist. The country's president to help in written answers to questions ambassador Valery chilies office says DNC contractor, Alexandra Chalupa, Chalupa sought information from the government on Paul manafort's dealings inside the country in hopes of forcing the issue before congress, Chiluba later, tried to arrange for Ukrainian president petro Puerto shaneco to comment on manafort's Russian ties on US visit during the two thousand sixteen campaign, according to the Kelly says that at the time of the context in two thousand sixteen the embassy new Chiluba, primarily as Ukrainian American activists, it later only learned for ties to the DNC DNC knew that this was a DNC activist presumably so a little bit of the crocodile, tears, spare. Me a little bit. Now is a good that Trump says it's kind of stuff, of course, not and hasn't been through congress. People do in fact, report, these sorts of context of the FBI, they actually do. Here's Senator Mark Warner from Virginia, saying, yeah, of course, I contacted the FBI what I've been approached with that sort of information before this.

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"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The. Cried passion, and patterns of college football lives. Here is the Paul finebaum show. Our one pint cast and we welcome you to another day. We've made it through the middle of the week. It is June fifth in case you lost track of time. But we have not, and we hope to keep you busy in occupied over the next four hours. Thanks for being a part of the program. You're right to the headlines on this Wednesday. Yep. Why it is a good thing. Georgia's under pressure to win a national title. This debate has been raging on. We have tried to, to help keep that debate going today. We'll spend a lot of time on the dogs in what's up? Speaking of what's up? What's not what's upside down. Chris Steele, remember the Florida five star. Quarterback transferred. And it looked like he was going to Oregon now. He's going to ask the news, that other guy, the guy that went to Texas. They went back brew McCoy and I wonder if they have run into each other on route sixty six because. This guy's getting around not a lot else going on today. But that's what we're here for to make news. And we have done a good job of that over the last couple of days, we got a guest list that. Absolutely is to die for. But don't think about it. Knicks us from the quarter later. He returns to the show, Connor not gara-. We had him yesterday. Connor shouldn't be Connor O'Reilly. We'll ask him when we talked to him McConnell, rallies from dog nation say, we'll try to get the name of the reporters correct yesterday. We made miscue I did at least and then you could probably add those two guys and they wouldn't add up to or equal the experience of one. Tim Brando, the one and Only Tim Brando, joins us from Fox Sports. We'll get his take on the independence bowl, leaving his hometown of Shreveport, the will Wade situation. Who knows what else TIMMY, be will have because he's always one of the most eagerly anticipated. Guess we'll also take your phone calls, it eight five five to four to seven to eight five that is eight five five. I'm don't make me repeat it just kidding, eight five five to four to seven to eight five. Ron always a great start to the program from Kentucky. Ron, how are you, my friend? I'm okay all going well we they are appreciate it. I just got through watching a documentary on Mohammed Ali Paul. And what in Europe, Pinon made him such a national. Figure. He's just seem to have something about his style, and his manner that created, not only a lot of controversy and a lot of negative is, but a lot of support from people worldwide. Yeah, you know, Ron, I think it was, I think it was three years ago this week that he passed away. And that's today that all of us who grew up in the air of Mohammed Ali will forever remember what made him? So unique aside from his athletic ability, was the fact that he was willing to stand up for his beliefs and Ron, I think there's too little of that too often people try to speak up. Tell the truth, and there's always someone to put them down to tell them that's not the right time..

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"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"It suspended the kids, go, why even risk it, it just is a bad luck. I Jerry Jones fostering string quarterback. He was going to redshirt a lot of people think he was going to switch positions alternately. He basically came in the game in like four balls in the dirt ran for sixty yards against the bunch, log on. I mean it didn't even matter. So it was like dot questionable. And the Chris Steele transfer, which we have mentioned that kind of collateral damage of this supposedly is the Chris Steele was roommates for jail. Jones, mentioned the wetness in these two sexual battery allegations, and he ended up transferring going back to California where Dan Mullen got him. And some people are saying that he was homesick. You don't wanna be her anyway. And this may be they didn't say this. But maybe it's convenient and maybe gets away with this way because he's already transferred to Oregon, but he got out of dodge when this stuff went down. And I don't think his family was happy at all with the way it went down. Because supposedly, they wanted his son to move out of the dorm, after all this happened and the Gators could not accommodate. I'm not late in the semester. So there's just been a mouse, Paul. There's been one thing after another man. I mean, I s Dan, have you ever had things happen this rapid succession so such negative stuff as a head coach? And you say Cam, I don't know probably, but he didn't have it right off the top of his head and. I, I have Ventura get eleven seasons. He hasn't had three things like that happen in the course of a month Edgar Thompson. Edgar listen. You mentioned the fans and it was the fans, maybe somebody else at school. Maybe Mullen who knows exactly what the truth lies there who were doing an awful lot of talking three weeks ago. You know what we're talking about here. How is the how is that going? Now. How are, what are gator fan saying in the wake of all this bad news? Oh, you Georgia baiting. Yes. I don't know what they're saying. I tell you Paul, I'm knowing that is checked off Twitter for a bit, especially when we were pursuing stories or add, some questions about this. Because like I said you become the enemy. I I mean they don't look stupid now. I mean first of all your poking the bear at least in the SEC ease Kirby smart, his comments refund either rely, not funny, but just he's like cloak high. I don't do that. I mean I let everything be decided on the field. I mean I don't see any reason to talk, you know, so why until you're really closing the gap at that fall from do you wanna start base? I don't know maybe their tail between their legs a little bit right now gator fans 'cause like I said it may they certainly it's not a good look to the program right now. But other incident which we didn't really mention I mentioned, three was a backup cornerback, Brian Edwards, allegedly choked, his girlfriend. So, you know this stuff. I'm sure the Georgia fans, I haven't gone to their message boards..

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"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Win the east. Absolutely not. That's just my personal opinion. And could you expound the what happened to Florida last week? I'm in the dark here now. Okay. Well, first of all can joy, you say is can Florida win the SEC. She said, no. I assume that's because even if they beat Georgia. They're gonna lose somewhere else along the way to maybe to an Auburn or an LSU or something lies a seven day. Yeah. They would have to lose two games. But I believe they will do that. You know? I I I don't think they'll be Georgia. But they certainly can you know to say they can't beat them as ridiculous. Of course, you know, absolute. Now you ask about what happened last week? A couple of things have happened at Florida one a four star quarterback. Jalen Jones who. Basically fourth on the depth chart. Ran ran into some issues on campus. They were charges they were charges made against that. Were there were accusations made against him. Let's be clear on this. They're accurate sections made against him from a legal standpoint. There were no charges file. Okay. But Jalen Jones has left school. He's in the transfer portal. He's looking to change the other issue. And this is the breaking news that happened earlier today, Chris Steele, perhaps the most highly rated player in their signing class who were enrolled in school early has put himself in the transfer portal and announced today that he is headed to the university of Oregon. So that's that's a double whammy for Florida. And it's not it's not what you wanna hear this time of year. But my opinion is these things are going to happen at every school is just happened. It happened at Florida last week, Florida and Georgia fans have been going at each other. So that that made it a pretty big headline. But that's what happened. Yeah. All right. Appreciate it. Tony. Okay. Thanks. All right. We've got about one about two and a half minutes. Let's go to read. Let's go to read in South Carolina read, I've got a little bit under two minutes. What can I do for you? Yes, sir. Just wanted to know. I know football teams, I think no football teams when they made it to bowl games before the playoff system. Boy, understand it. There was monies for to go into that bone. And my question is is it still that way? And do other sports have anything like that. I'm myself oversaw all three and I was just one. Is there any of money when they get up to like the world Humes? All right. You know? I don't I don't know what they do what they do for players who go to bowl games and they've done this for a long time as every player gets a gift. I think the rule the the bowl gives them a gift. And I think the school gives them a gift, I think. I don't know if it's changed or not. But the limit on it used to be about six hundred dollars, and basically they would give guys gift certificates and travel bags and things of that nature. Another thing that players have been done. They they they're giving travel expenses, and sometimes guys will will car pool together to a ball if it's a drivable distance, and they would pocket a little bit of money that way. But yeah, it's. The player at the players will tell you right away. It's not it's not enough. But they do they do get gifts. Now, whether or not you get them at. You give them for a baseball or anything like that. I have absolutely no idea. But it is it has been in the past. They have they have done that. Okay. Okay. Thank you, sir. All right. I appreciate it. All right. We come back. We're going to be taking your calls at eight five five two four to seven to eight five. I it's been a fun day. It really has been and what's interesting about doing this show for Paul is that the time. Just absolutely just just just goes by incredibly. And what I've enjoyed today is the fact that the Georgia and Florida people continue to be in midseason form, it just absolutely blows me away. All right. Don't go away. We'll be back to take your calls at eight five five to four to seven to eight five. This is Tony Barnhart sitting in for Paul finebaum..

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"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"SEC did not have a coaching change going into a season that was two thousand and six and after that Connor as you report some very interesting things happened from that point forward. Yeah. What happened after that was quite simply the best run by a conference that we seen in the modern era of college football. And maybe you could argue college football ever. I mean to have six seven straight national championships from two thousand six to two thousand twelve you to just focus on the two thousand sixty up and ten four different SEC schools, wore national championships and the third and the conference or national championship in a five year stretch me, that's. Cerdan? So what I wanna do is. I wanted to look back on this period of time of like, this is so rare that this happens where the SEC doesn't have any coaching turnover. I mean, you could look back at the numbers. It's pretty amazing. I mean, there have been twenty nine head coaching changes in the SEC since that two thousand sixties and started now, you wonder, okay, why were there? No coaching changes that he's a well near contenders are pretty happy and contenders were set up really really well good. And as it turned out. They were right, and I can't help. But wonder, you know, looking at this year in a way that, you know, Texas saying MS, JIMBO Fisher, Georgia's Kirby, smart, if we're in the beginning of a period like that now, obviously, they're different caveats with this with teams like Bama and Clemson standing away from that happening and they've been a top of college football world. But I think the that the SEC is set up as well. It's been in the last thirteen years to do something like that where maybe no three different SEC schools winner national championship in five years. And I think. That stat like that is important, and I don't necessarily think it's just a pure coincidence..

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"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Guys. He's got says he feels like they're all star quality, and they are at the moment based on South Carolina's running back roster and AJ Turner is a really neat stories guy. You can hardly say enough about fairly light light recruited kid out of Virginia. And it's just always hung around played every special teams has been you know, despite being undersized. It running back has been there featured back for a large part of his career when nobody expected that. And now it's been some time last year and this spring at cornerback and he'll play both this year. There's there's a pretty good chance that AJ Turner will play at some point. This you play on every team South Carolina has in a game by that. I mean, offense defense punt kickoff, etc. Really made story but not a difference. Making back Rico data has shown flashes of Mondale and shown flashes other. But nobody's showing more that flashes. And at some point you are what your production. If these guys are all saying years now in production has been inconsistent. And and just okay, frankly, when even when they've been on the field, you know, we were talking earlier with some folks in this league if you cannot run the ball win you want to run the ball the four minute offense. You know, maybe score and put in win a game or a minute offense to hold onto the ball. And not give it back to the other team. If you can't do that, you're going to lose some you're gonna lose some games. It seems like at the here's a question the other question I wanted to ask you if South Carolina runs the ball. Better does Jake Bentley not have fourteen interceptions last year. I think that makes a difference. I think Jake Jake's interceptions or because he pressed and I think he pressed on because they didn't have a good enough running game running game quarterbacks best friend and the game has changed. You know? We'll must champ is is from the old school. Pound pound pound, but he is evolved, son. If the game has changed. She throw the ball more. I'll tell you. What's been the most glaring for South Carolina's in the Ridsdale, man. Can't tell you. How many times I've seen this team? Throw the ball inside the four yard line. They just have no confidence in their run game to get the ball of the end zone. And it's hard to read sewn off offense. They have no confidence in their run game to pick up thirty two and not affects everything you do. So I think you're right. I think that even though the run game is not what it used to be. And it's not the SEC old where if you just run the ball play defense, you're fine. You have to be able to run the ball in certain situations in South Carolina has and if I recall coach most Jim Thome e eight turnovers inside the red zone is that sound right to you. Yeah. That's right. That's right. And and and you know, two three things can happen. When you throw the ball and two of them are bad. I mean that that's kind of what that factors into that. Step. Josh I haven't seen in a while. But one of the things I wanted to ask you about when when I went on my visit I had a chance to tour the new facility, and it's wonderful. And they knew it was going to be wonderful, which leads me to the question. Where do you think the program is obviously the way that South Carolina finished last year was a major disappointment to everybody involved. But now they've got to building the hope is that that has a positive impact on recruiting. You're not going to know for maybe another year or so, but where do you think things are in that regard? Well, the infrastructure of the program is good as ever band. I just opened a fifty million dollar but ball operations building. This is nice as anywhere in the country the day of South Carolina being sort of a little sister of the poor and not being able to compete in the SEC from a resource standpoint or over they have caught up, and they have passed a lot of teams from facilitate and infrastructure standpoint now that was a long road. But that's still the easy part the harder part. It is now, you know, winning the games and winning titles, etc. Cetera. And the reality is they're still just cry between Georgia and clips, and then that makes for heart sledding. We've talked a lot pollen. I've talked. Everybody's talked about South Carolina schedule..

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"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Hey, listen, the reason we wanted to bring you on a day. I I read a Reggie piece about I did not know this, and it was a little shocking to me, the South Carolina has only had two running backs Marcus Lattimore, Mike Davis drafted in the past ten or twelve years at tell us a little bit about your piece. And why do you think that is when all of a sudden? Well, it's it's more difficult to recruit at South Carolina than it is at Georgia than it is at the moment at Clemson at South Carolina. You're restricted by smaller state with smaller population. You're stuck geographically right between to your two biggest riles who were on monster roles right now. So it just becomes more difficult. And you've gotta kinda hit every time Marcus Lattimore going back a few years. He was the big head. And he was the guy who most people say along with Stefan, Gilmore, etc, etc. Kind of turn the thing around and they win the SEC east. When he's when he's when he's a freshman. They win three eleven wins three eleven when seasons after that. So and then they stay one might Davis out of Georgia more often than not they're going to be more times that they're going to have to steal on. Then they're going to get a guy like Marcus Lattimore was born in the state. So this year, they're putting a lot of energy into a guy named tank Biggs behooves who's in Georgia who's been recruited by Georgia. But not. Overly recruited by Georgia. But he does have offers from Alabama Auburn LSU. I mean, so this is the type of guy that they need to get will must champ has done a pretty good job recruiting here. But this staff and going back to Spurs last few years has just missed on running backs. They need a running by well, obviously, you're a year ago, and I sat down with coach much champion my little spring. Visit he said flat out we got to run the ball better. One of the things they've done is hired Thomas Brown, the former great Georgia running back as running backs coach. And they are based on what they said to me. They're emphasizing as you said the running back position has bringing in Thomas Brown is that a game changer. Josh, I don't think so I like Thomas Brown. I've like you. I've known Thomas Brown for a long time. I can't find somebody who's got a bad word to say about Thomas Brown, but he's running backs coach not a running back. Right. I mean running backs coach is a recruiter. Let's be honest. You know, running back in Ron or they can't run. And so we can talk all we want about you know, you're gonna eat out running backs coach everybody loves Thomas. That's fine. That's great. That'll help in recruiting down the road. It's not gonna fix your running back problem. Only running back is going to do that, you know, just Rico Donal had six hundred and fifty four yards last season. Couldn't stay on the field as I as I understand. It. You looking at his skill set looking at the depth chart, you provided mon- Denson AJ Turner. It's things like he's been in the program. A million years are any of those can any of those guys be the go-to guy. Do they have the skill set to do that? Well, they've all been at one point or another. But only because that's who they've got. We'll must champ speaks very highly of all the guys. He's got says he feels like they're all star quality, and they are at the moment based on South Carolina's running back roster and AJ Turner is a really neat stories guy. You can hardly say enough about fairly light light recruited kid out of Virginia. And it's just always hung around played every special teams has been you know, despite.

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"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"This is Tony Barnhart sitting in for Paul finebaum here on the Paul finebaum show. Paul will be back in this chair tomorrow and believe it or not we are halfway home. And we're here to take your calls for the next two hours at eight five five two four to seven to eight five. But before we go, we have breaking news. And it is not good news for the Florida Gators defensive back. Chris Steele five star quarterback has decided he's already decided he is going to the university of Oregon. Now, you remember Chris steals issue? Again, the most one of the most highly rated players in the recruiting class came in early like he was going to play a lot then announced suddenly last week that he was moving to the trans the transfer portal. Why was he leaving for the transfer of Puerto because he was rooming with Jalen Jones four star quarterback who has left the program he requested to be moved out of room being a roommate? Jalen jones. That request was denied. And they said they would take care of it in the fall. So Chris Steele said, you know, what I am outta here. I am I'm not going to do it. And so here's the thing. Here's the story behind all of this, and what has happened because I I get more phone calls and more emails and more text messages in Twitter about the transfer portal. This is why Chris Steele will get a waiver to play at Oregon right away. When after the shape Patterson case at Michigan. They changed the wording on what it took to get a waiver by waiver. I mean, you are allowed to play right away rather than sitting out a year. They changed the language and basically said, it's something beyond the athletes control. If it's something beyond the athletes control and impacts, the well being the wellbeing of that athlete, then they will be granted a waiver wellbeing is a phrase. That's so big you can drive a truck through it. And because of that issue. I will be very surprised if Chris Steele is not granted a waiver. Some that is bad news for the Florida Gators coming out of a week when they've had some bunch of bad news..

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"chris steele" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Biggest abuse of power corruption scandal ever in American history and the media ignored it. And they just went with their hate Trump rage. Trump every second of every day. Unreal. And you have Bruce source testimony contradicting testimony, given my other senior government officials. This was picked up earlier today by zero hedge. The contradictions Glenn Simpson. Suggesting and testimony that the Senate he never spoke to anyone about the FBI in Christopher Steele. Or suggested otherwise he told tray gouty as I recall, and this is after checking my notes Glenn Simpson. And I spoke in August of two thousand sixteen I met with them provided some information on possible intermediaries between the Russian government and the Trump campaign and another case Simpson's testimony also contradicts Bruce OR after the meeting. They had in December of two thousand sixteen unverified allegations, by the way by that time steel was fired. Anyway. Glenn Simpson claiming verified allegations disseminated among the media. The Trump campaign had a computer server that was linked to a Russian Bank. Remember that story. I forgot all about that. Or testified the lawmakers that Simpson provided information to federal officials was false regarding clear Mitchell, or I may be wrong. But I think my recollection is that Glenn Simpson mentioned cleared Mitchell. Knock Chris Steele meadow says, and it could be what context because she hadn't been on the board of the NRA for many years. So and you got Torney general rod Rosenstein wouldn't answer questions about what he learned about oars wife who is working for fusion GPS. We wouldn't tell us when Nellie always working for fusion GPS, Matt gaetz told us that judge Janine show or testimony says that he told the FBI about his wife's role of fusion GPS, but only divulge this role to one person rod Rosenstein, I still think rod Rosenstein in trouble. All right. Eight hundred nine four one.

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"chris steele" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Biggest abuse of power corruption scandal ever in American history and the media ignored it. And they just went with their hate Trump rage. Trump every second of every day. Unreal. And you have Bruce source testimony contradicting testimony, given by other senior government officials. This was picked up earlier today by zero hedge the contradictions Glenn Simpson. Suggesting and testimony that the Senate he never spoke to anyone about the FBI and Christopher Steele or suggested, otherwise he told tray gouty as I recall, and this is after checking my notes Glenn Simpson. And I spoke in August, the twenty sixteen I met with them provided some information on possible intermediaries between the Russian government and the Trump campaign in another case. Simpson's testimony also contradicts Bruce OR after the meeting. They had in December twenty sixteen unverified allegations, by the way by that time steel was fired. Anyway. Glenn Simpson claiming unverified allegations disseminated among the media. The Trump campaign had a computer server that was linked to a Russian Bank. Remember that story. I forgot all about that. Or testified the lawmakers that Simpson provided information to federal officials was false regarding clear Mitchell, or I may be wrong. But I think my recollection is that Glenn Simpson mentioned cleared a Mitchell. Not Chris Steele meadow says, and it could be in what context because she hadn't been on the board of the NRA for many years. So and you got attorney general rod Rosenstein wouldn't answer questions about what he learned about ores wife who was working for fusion GPS. We wouldn't tell us when Nellie or was working for fusion GPS, Matt gaetz told us that judge inane show or testimony says that he told the FBI about his wife's role of fusion GPS, but only divulge this role to one person rod Rosenstein, I still think rod Rosenstein in trouble. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number..

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"chris steele" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Only at circle k it's Gary Lewis the stories about the fake news Russian dossier, get better and better. Now, we find out the creator of the dossier. Chris Steele used comments from people at CNN's website to attack Trump and make them look like a Russian agent videos on my page. Doc. Kellyanne conway. By the new left on the most progressive record of anybody running for the anybody who would run. Now, if you own an AR fifteen keep it continued to use it responsibly and safely it just don't think that we need to sell any more weapons of work into this. There is ample evidence of collusion, but whether that evidence amounts to prove beyond a reasonable doubt in criminal conspiracy. We would have to wait for Bob Mueller to determine us. Revolution. New Sean Hannity show. More behind the scenes information on news and more bold inspired solutions for America. As president the protection of the nation is by highest.

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"chris steele" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on KTOK

"Jackson dance contests. The scene years. The yearbook photo boxes Garrett. Mrs Fox News. Lawmakers back in town. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott indicate T. Okay, new center, and this is Oklahoma 's first news, the groundhog said we'd have an early spring at it. Feels like it this morning. Our forecast is coming up as the legislature kicks off today. The state not only has a new governor. But also more than fifty new faces in the Republican controlled body. Governor Kevin state will lay out his vision for Oklahoma. When he delivers his state of the state address, the group called Oklahomans for criminal Justice reform is outlined a plan to reduce the state's prison population by five percent over the next year's director, Chris Steele says his group will push to retroactively apply estate question approved by voters in two thousand sixteen to reclassify some drug and low level property crimes as misdemeanors. He says that change alone would allow for the immediate release of about eleven hundred inmates and sentence. Reductions for another fourteen hundred authorities are investigating a weekend. House fire that killed him. Man and his dog in Piedmont had happened Saturday near northwest expressway. In Piedmont road. Fire officials say the man's wife. Escaped the blaze, but he had stayed behind to fight the fire and died too motorcycle riders are recovering after they were injured in a crash in midwest city. It happened yesterday near Woodside drive and Reno authorities say the victims were taken to a hospital in fair condition. One of the nation's top rating services is upgrading its economic outlook for Oklahoma City from negative to stable. Moody's Investor Service says the city has maintained a high level of reserves. Moody's says a key general obligations rating, reflects a large and stable tax base that supported.

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"chris steele" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on KTOK

"Lawmakers back in town. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott indicate. Okay, okay, Houston, or and this is a home 'as. First news. The groundhog said we'd have an early spring, and it feels like it this morning. Our forecast is coming up as the legislature kicks off today. The state not only has a new governor also more than fifty new faces in the Republican controlled body. Governor Kevin state will lay out his vision for Oklahoma. When he delivers his state of the state address, the group called Oklahomans for criminal Justice reform is outlined a plan to reduce the state's prison population by five percent over the next ten years director, Chris Steele says his group will push to retroactively apply estate question approved by voters in two thousand sixteen to reclassify some drug and low level property crimes misdemeanors. He says that change alone would allow for the immediate release of about eleven hundred inmates and sentence. Reductions for another fourteen hundred authorities are investigating a weekend. House fire that killed a man. And his dog in Piedmont had happened Saturday near northwest expressway. In Piedmont road. Fire officials say the man's wife. Escaped the blaze, but he had stayed behind to fight the fire and died too motorcycle riders are recovering after they were injured in a crash in midwest city. It happened yesterday near Woodside drive and Reno authorities say the victims were taken to a hospital in fair condition. One of the nation's top rating services is upgrading its economic outlook for Oklahoma City from negative to stable. Moody's Investor Service says the city has maintained a high level of reserves. Moody's says key general obligation rating, reflects a large.

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"chris steele" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Jarrett in John Solomon here with us. We were saying before the break John thinks that next step in the deep state investigation is going to head right to the Clintons and how they were feeding the FBI how ironic because they bought the dossier. Trump Russia collusion was the Russia hoax, and I spent an entire book explaining it, the real and legitimate collusion was between Hillary Clinton and the Russians she paid for Russian information that was given to her through an ex British spy to damage, Donald Trump. She fed to the FBI and the department of Justice who ran with it, even though they never verified or corroborated the information. They had no probable cause. No reasonable suspicion. No credible. Evidence to launch the investigation of Donald Trump in July of two thousand and sixteen right after he got his. Nomination. But they didn't care. They used a phony document they knew it was fabricated, and they used it as a pretext to not only investigate Donald Trump it to lie to a court to spine his campaign. And then the worst of it came when the president fire James Komi the FBI in an act of vengeance. In retribution decided to abuse their counter intelligence powers to investigate the president over whether he's a Russian agent. It's outrageous. I got to end this real quick, John, Wendy, you think there's new information is coming out, the we'll tie the Clintons. Feeding the FBI this phony narrative, I think I think later this week, I'm working on some stuff, and I know other reporters are and I think there's a very clear pattern beginning to merge and your Greg hit it on the head. They walked into the FBI. But one of the more interesting things is when they walked into the normal channels of the FBI it got turned down. Right. Chris Steele got turned down when he went to a London in July fifth. So they. They had to go through the political channels. And I think that pivot is going to become very enlightening to the American public. That's also what McCabe said, no dossier. No visor application. A matter of fact at the top of the hour. We're going to be joined by Carter page and get his reaction to all of this has impacted his life dramatically for a year. Greg jarrett. John solomon. Thank you. You know, you see the news you see and read and hear about home invasions mass.

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"chris steele" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"chris steele" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Breaking news, weather, and traffic. All right as we continue with Gregg Jarrett John Salomon here with us. We were saying before the break John thinks that next step in the deep state investigation is going to head right to the Clintons and how they were feeding the FBI how ironic because they bought the dossier. Trump Russia collusion was the Russia hoax, and I spent an entire book explaining it, the real and legitimate collusion was between Hillary Clinton and the Russians she paid for Russian information that was given to her through an ex British spy to damage, Donald Trump. She it to the FBI and the department of Justice who ran with it, even though they never verified or corroborated the information. They had no probable cause. No reasonable suspicion. No credible. Evidence to launch the investigation of Donald Trump in July of two thousand and six. Right after he got his nomination. But they didn't care. They used a phony document they knew it was fabricated, and they used it as a pretext to not only investigate Donald Trump at the lie to a court to spine his campaign. And then the worst of it came when the president fire James Comey the FBI in an act of vengeance in retribution decided to abuse their counter intelligence powers to investigate the president over whether he's a Russian agent. It's outrageous. I gotta end this real quick, John, Wendy, you think there's new information is coming out that will tie the Clintons. Feeding the FBI this phony narrative, I think. I think I know other reporters are and I think there's a very clear pattern beginning to emerge and your Greg hit it on the head. They walked into the FBI. But one of the more interesting things is when they walked into the normal channels of the FBI it got turned down. Right. Chris Steele got turned down when he went to London in July fifth, so they had to go through the political channels, and I think that pivot is going to become very enlightening to the American public. That's also what McCabe said, no dossier. No visor application. A matter of fact at the top of the hour. We're going to be joined by Carter page and get his reaction to all of this has it impacted his life dramatically for a year. Greg jarrett. John solomon. Thank you. You see the news you see and read and hear about home invasions mass.

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New U.S. sanctions would be "economic war," Russian PM says

KDWN Programming

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

New U.S. sanctions would be "economic war," Russian PM says

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