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A highlight from Prioritizing Academic Achievement in the Education System
"You couldn't pay me a million dollars a year to do his job, Mike. Why? If I'm not getting shot at or assaulted, if I actually do my job, there's a potential that I lose my job and get arrested. Why would you want to do that job? And then we wonder why we have less police officers. Welcome to another Financial Guys podcast. I'm Mike Hayflick, along with Mike Speraza. Mike, back after a beautiful Labor Day weekend. Yeah. It seems like the summer finally turned into summer here in the last week of the, uh, you know, no school times because it's been weird all summer, rain, warm, cold, windy. And then this weekend was pretty much perfect from Friday on. Beautiful. Yeah. I mean, I'm thinking middle of August to like middle of October that might be the best weather maybe in the country. I mean, it's calm. It's like 55, 60 at night, 75, maybe even 80. It's gorgeous. I don't know why more people don't come here in the summertime because it's really a great place to be. I do feel bad for kids though, because they're going back to school and 90 degrees schools and that's never fun. Yeah. The heat wave comes at the worst time. Yeah. Feel for those kids. 90 degrees in a school with no air conditioning is not fun. I remember. Well, they're just going to have to suck it up. I remember walking to school and like three foot snow uphill, both ways, six miles, eight miles home. I mean, I don't know how that could happen, right? Yeah. But they'll remember, but in the wintertime when it's not 90, they will, well, I'll be going, ah, we wish it was hot and humid again. That's right. So, um, so football season is upon us, Mike, um, massive upsets in college football already. Um, Colorado led by Deion Sanders and his son at QB, um, upsets Texas Christian university, TCU, a ranked team. And then last night, Duke, Duke, who's known for basketball, right? Yep. They ended up beating Clemson of all teams. Um, so are you into college football too? I am. I'm actually all in on the Deion Sanders train right now, too. I love what he's done with that program. I love his, his fire. He's never scared of anything. Uh, I love that. That was, that game was a lot of fun. I don't know if you watched that live, Mike, that was, um, back and forth. I think 80 points were scored in the game. It was wild kick returns, interceptions, touchdowns. I mean, you name it. They had it in that game. It was awesome. What's cool. I think, and I'm not saying like, you know, losing sucks, but some teams have lost for so long. And then to see a coach, the Clemson coach with his head down and he's just, he's shocked. That his team can possibly lose that his team could possibly be throwing picks. And, and, you know, at the very key moments in the game, like I like that because then it shows other losing teams, like with, you know, the history of losing that, yes, if you just work your ass off, you know, come together, get the chemistry, get a leader like a Deion Sanders to come in and say, I believe in you. Don't let anyone in the news tell you otherwise. I love that. Well, that's why I like him. And, you know, to bring it to politics, like it's, it's, it's, it's the Trump model, right? Of just I'm going to tell you how I feel and I'm going to, I'm going to prove what I say. And it's fun, right? I mean, you, you need, there's going to be a lot of people that hate him out there. I'm not one of them. I think he's awesome. But he's got that the bravado, right? Like I'm not scared of anything. I'm going to tell you how I feel. And you're right, Mike, we're going to go from zero to a hundred and it's going to take us five minutes instead of taking us 50 years. And he did that, right? I mean, not to say they're going to win a national championship this year, but they're going to compete every week, right? And this is a program that has stunk for the better part of two to three decades, right? So they're going to be, they're going to be pretty good. We're going to be fun to watch. And it's going to be fun to see the show of Deion Sanders. Cause I love it. And his son is a stud too, by the way, his quarterback son is a stud. All right. Now how about your grand Island Vikings? Yeah. Yeah. 35 nothing win on Friday. So that's a good start to the season. Nice. Very good. We'll see. We'll see what happens here. North Tonawanda coming up this week, but, beat up Newport 35 -0 last Friday night or this Friday night, I should say a couple of days ago.
A highlight from 125 - Cultivating History: Exploring George Washington's Mount Vernon Garden - Dean Norton
"The Garden Question is a podcast for people that love designing, building, and growing smarter gardens that work. Listen in as we talk with successful garden designers, builders, and growers, discovering their stories along with how they think, work, and grow. This is your next step in creating a beautiful, year -round, environmentally connected, low -maintenance, and healthy, thriving outdoor space. It doesn't matter if you're a beginner or an expert, there will always be something inspiring when you listen to The Garden Question podcast. Hello, I'm your host, Craig McManus. Dean Norton fell in love with the Mount Vernon Estate Gardens 53 years ago and never left. After receiving a degree in horticulture from Clemson University, he began his career as the estate's boxwood gardener. The historical gardens of the first president of the United States, George Washington, became his responsibility in 1980. His promotion to horticulturalists allowed him to apply the latest plant science and horticultural management techniques for historical gardens. Dean has devoted considerable time to researching 18th century gardens and gardening practices. He has received awards for conservation from the DAR and the Garden Club of America, as well as the Garden Club of America's Elizabeth Craig Weaver Proctor National Medal. He is an honorary member of the Garden Club of Virginia and the Garden Club of Providence. He has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Washington College, serves on several historic property boards, and lectures nationally and internationally. This is Episode 125, Cultivating History, Exploring George Washington's Mount Vernon Garden, with Dean Norton, an encore presentation and remix of Episode 64. Dean, why did General George Washington, the first president of the United States, garden? Well, he really gardened for necessity. The earliest gardens were called gardens of necessity for health and survival. Of course, the most important plant to be planted within a garden were vegetables, something that you were going to have at the dinner table to eat. Vegetables were huge to him. Even during the Revolutionary War, he wanted to make sure that his troops were getting as many vegetables as they could whenever possible. I would not actually call him a gardener per se, but for a year and a half, he became a designer. He totally redid his country seat from a very simplistic design to one following naturalistic design principles. Then that landscape were four very fine gardens that he oversaw. What story does the Mount Vernon Garden tell? Tell us the story of a man that wanted his gardening world to be complete, I would say. He had a very small botanic garden, which he fondly called his little garden. When he was here on site, he was typically doing that work himself on his knees, planting seed and seedling saplings. He kept such good records in that little tiny garden that we were able to recreate that quite nicely. His earliest gardens were a fruit and nut garden and a kitchen garden, but when he changed his design, the kitchen garden remained as it is. The fruit and nut garden became a pleasure garden with vegetables in there as well, which is kind of an interesting combination. He had a vineyard for a while, but the grapes failed, and that became a fruit garden and nursery. The nursery was for plants that he could grow to plant on other areas of the estate and also to grow things just for collection of seed. What is today's mission for the garden? Today's mission for the garden is interpretation. We are trying to share with our visitors what life was like in the 18th century, why these gardens were important. Certainly after 1785, the gardens took on a new role, which was for people to come when he had created here at Mount Vernon. The story of gardeners themselves, the gardeners that Washington hired through the Articles of Indenture, also the enslaved gardeners that worked with the professional gardener to cultivate till to harvest. It's a great story. It's one that we thoroughly enjoy telling. Gardening really hasn't changed much from the 18th century, so the more we're out there digging in the earth, we think of those gardeners from the past. Today's visitors, how do they respond? I'll tell you what, when they come through the gates and they get to the Bowling Green Gate and see the house for the first time, that's exactly what they were expecting to see, this beautiful house that Washington lived in. But then the further they go into the landscape, they're really totally blown away by the amount of landscape and gardens that Washington had. They weren't expecting that at all. I think the gardens are well received, and I think that the stories we tell throughout the estate in so many different areas are certainly appreciated by our visitors. The garden's been there for about two and a half centuries. You've told us that there's four gardens that make up the Mount Vernon Garden. Could we walk through each one of those and you tell us about them? Sure. The panic garden is a simple garden, very small. It was intended to plant things that Washington was not familiar with, although sometimes other things that he knew quite well ended up in there as well. He received 500 Chinese seed, which he planted in one of the beds. None of them came up. So actually, we could show one of the beds with nothing but bare dirt and we would be exactly correct. That was his playground, and he truly loved getting plants he wasn't familiar with and planting them in there, and he did most of the work in there himself. There was an area that he started a vineyard, hoping to get some grapes for making wine, but that failed. That four -acre area became a fruit garden and nursery. Washington kept such good records that the fruit trees are planted exactly as he describes in that particular enclosure. Part of it is a nursery as well, where he grew trees and shrubs, also some other grasses and things just for the collection of seed. The kitchen garden was the first garden laid out in 1760, and that has been cultivated as a kitchen garden since 1760. It's never changed in its purpose, which is the only garden like that on the estate. Both the kitchen garden and fruit nut garden were an acre in size, so that's a significant garden. The nut garden changed from a garden of necessity to a pleasure garden, and that was meant to be the aha moment. When people were strolling around the Bowling Green, they could look through that gate, they saw a beautiful conservatory. The idea was to walk in there and just enjoy the beauty of the flowers, and those flowers were there for their enjoyment and not for their use. I think his gardening world was quite complete. You said the conservatory, would that be the greenhouse? That's correct. It had a greenhouse that he copied from a lovely property called Mount Clare, just to the north of Baltimore. The owner was Margaret Carroll. He asked for permission for some information, and she was thrilled and gave him all that he needed, even his first plants for his collection, to get his greenhouse started. I started studying that greenhouse in pictures. When I think greenhouse, I think a glass top or a plastic top or something like that, and this was constructed quite different. Could you tell us about how it was constructed and it was heated? The greenhouses in the 18th century typically just had glass panes on the south side, this was southern exposure. Also typically they were triple home windows, so you could open top and bottom to allow for good air circulation. This was quite modern, very good. It had a vaulted ceiling, so hot air didn't get trapped up at the corners. It had a wood door on the west side of the structure to keep afternoon sun from coming in. It was too hot. A glass door on the east side to allow morning sun in. It had shutters that closed very tight, so in the wintertime when you got whatever heat you could get from the solar energy, you could close those shutters and retain the heat overnight. It was heated by a stove room on the opposite side of the structure. The fire pit was quite low, and that hot air and smoke would go underneath the slate floor in the greenhouse and then rise up along the back wall and out the chimney. It was very efficient. It housed the semi -tropical plants and citrus trees in the winter. Not for them to continue to fruit, so he had lemons and limes and all that. Just to keep them alive in the wintertime. In all these gardens, he's combining beauty with necessity. How did he accomplish that? The one garden that really does that beautifully is the upper garden, or pleasure garden. He wanted a pleasure garden. He wanted the aha moment when someone walked into there. It's a 10 -foot -wide path, edged in boxwood with this greenhouse at the end. He was concerned, though, in that he didn't want to lose a lot of space to the growth of vegetables, which were still the most important plant that he grew on the property. 18th century horticulture said, look, George, you can do both. Plant your vegetables and then surround them with a border of flowers. The border could be three feet, five feet, whatever you so decide. It's the border that's actually the pleasure garden. So you're really not losing that much space to growing vegetables. How did Washington change his gardens to enhance Mount Vernon's natural beauty? He adopted the naturalistic style. There are four key elements of that. The curve line is nature's gift, management of surprises, random planting, and hidden barriers. If you can do those four things, you're well on your way to a wonderful naturalistic design. The management of surprises, the curve line helps you with that. Around each bend, you can do something different. The book that he's learning all these techniques from was written by a gentleman named Batty Langley. He wrote the book in 1728 called New Principles of Gardening. Washington purchased it in 1759. Langley goes in, he says, once you've seen one quarter of your garden, you should not have seen it all. There's nothing more shocking and stiff than a regular garden. He said every garden must have good shade. If you have to walk more than 20 paces in full sun, your walk is not worth it. Washington really took all these thoughts and comments to heart and made sure he put trees on either side of his serpentine avenues. Around each bend, he added shrubberies in wilderness areas and groves. It really was a complete landscape, and it was all just trying to stay within the qualifications or the requirements of a naturalistic garden. There are many historical events that took place away from Mount Vernon. For long periods of time, Washington was gone. How did he stay in touch with his garden and its growing? Much to his demise, much to our benefit, Washington, during the 45 years he lived here at Mount Vernon, he was away for 16 years, only visiting his house a couple times during all that time. When he is away, he's communicating with the land manager with lengthy letters, three, four, five pages long, giving him instructions to do this, make sure that is done, have you planted this, I want to try to do this next. We have that exchange of letters. Gives us a tremendous advantage in being able to represent Mount Vernon as accurately as we do in today's world. You should be considered the current garden overseer, but there's been many that have come before you. Have you got any good overseer stories about your predecessors? Yeah, there's some. I'm number 37. I don't know if that number is exactly correct, but I'm honored to be the current gardener, whatever number I am. They were all pretty competent in their practices. Washington called one clever because he was so good at grafting trees. Probably one of the cutest ones is when Washington's trying to hire a gardener. He's writing to his land manager saying that the gardener should not have any children, but if he does, only one, but certainly no more than two. He just keeps going on and on, giving almost any option possible for the gardener. He was always looking for the Scottish gardener because they were some of the best. I'm thrilled to be following in the footsteps of so many great gardeners. I hope that I'm continuing their tradition of maintaining a beautiful Mount Vernon. Tell us about the people that worked in the gardens during Washington's time. He hired gardeners under the Articles of Indenture, so they would come over, he would pay their way, and they would have to work that to pay Washington back. Some of them stayed for many years. There was a German gardener named John Christian Eller who was here for a number of years. They had a bit of a falling out, but apparently after Washington passed away, he actually returned because there is something in the notes about a German gardener saying that he used to work here. There is one from Holland, England, and then of course you had your Scottish gardener at the very end of his life, which Washington said that he was dedicated, sober, passionate about his work, and that in short, he's the best hired servant I've ever had. What makes it even better is that he says he has never been happier. I think that's really wonderful, and it certainly rings true for me. For being here at Mount Vernon as long as I have, my life here as a gardener has been a very happy experience. What did the garden go through between Washington's death and until the time it was bought by its current owners? It started to fall and disappear rapidly. Visitors' accounts have been occurring since Washington lived here. People visiting, and they write in their diaries or letters to friends, which is tremendously valuable to us, for that is our Polaroid to the past. Washington died in 1799, and visitors in 1801, 1802 are saying that it's deteriorating, it doesn't look anything like it did during Washington's time, so things just started to fall apart a little bit. You didn't have the money, you didn't have the dedication maybe to do as well. Not to say that work wasn't being done and things weren't being cleaned up as best as possible, but definitely it was noticeable to visitors that it was in a bit of disarray. When the Ladies Association purchased the property in 1858, things started to change, of course, quickly. And of course, Mount Vernon is in their hands today, it's a beautiful, beautiful site. Did they buy it from the family? They bought it from John Augustine Washington, the fourth Washington that owned the property before it was sold to the ladies. It cost them $200 ,000, and with that they received 200 acres, where others said you should take everything down but the mansion, because that's all that's important. They made the decision that they wanted to keep everything that was there during Washington's time, which was absolutely the right thing to do. We have all the outbuildings. It's an amazing opportunity for visitors to come to see an estate, a plantation, as it was during the time of the owner. Are there new discoveries being made through modern archaeology and research, or do you feel like you've re -established everything there? No, there are new discoveries all the time. It's amazing. Archaeology, the science, is becoming more and more exact all the time, with radar and LiDAR flyovers and just all these wonderful techniques that they now have. We're still finding letters that we didn't have before. Eventually we may find the plan that Washington did for the Bowling Green. We have the plan's key that is in his hand, but we don't have the actual plan itself. You can never write the final chapter in this adventure that we're in here from Washington's time till now. We try to represent things as accurately as we can, but we may find a new letter or something that will totally alter our interpretation of what we were using or going on to create an area that we thought was accurate, but new information may change that, and we will go back and make those changes so that it's historically accurate. Where did Washington acquire his plants? Initially, the landscape was completed by nothing but trees and shrubs that he found in his wildernesses surrounding Mount Vernon. So it's certainly a native landscape, and he identified these plants in the wintertime by structure and bud and had them dug and brought back. He did say that he was looking for exotics. He loved plants of all sorts. Now, we don't know if an exotic to him was Mexico or South Carolina, but what we do know is he said he wanted plants outside of his geographic area. People sent him gifts of plants often. Also he ordered from three of the principal nurseries of the time, John Bartram in Philadelphia, William Hamilton in New York, and Prince on Long Island. He ordered a lot of these plants and that he was experimenting with and putting within his landscape. I heard a story about a Franklin tree. Was that ever a part of the estate? The Franklinia, I think it was actually ordered from Philadelphia, and we've tried to grow them any number of times. We can't get them to survive. They're very finicky. They need to be in a spot they're really happy with, and so far we haven't found that spot on the estate, unfortunately. What's the significance of the Bond Plan? A gentleman named Samuel Vaughan visited Mount Vernon in 1784, I think it was, or 83. He was a landscape designer. He did a good bit of work up in the Philadelphia area, actually did some work around Independence Hall. He came and visited Mount Vernon, and in his sketchbook drew the plan of the estate, and then went back to Philadelphia. We drew a beautiful big plan that was very, very accurate. Washington said that you've drawn my estate accurately except that you've enclosed the view with trees, and so the only problem that Washington states is when looking from the house down the Bowling Green, down a vista to the forest beyond, there were two willow mounds that were planted on the Bowling Green. They weren't meant to act as punctuation points. No planting would occur within that, so you had a wide open view to the west. Whatever reason, Vaughan decided to draw trees all in there. In Washington's eye, it was all correct except for that. So it's a beautiful plan, archaeologists have used it, and all the buildings that he shows on that plan are where they find them when they dig in the soil. So he was recording the existence and not proposing new things. There's been some debate about that because Vaughan was a designer, and some say, well, how do we know that this is something Washington had, or was Vaughan drawing what he thought it should be? The written account seemed to support what Vaughan was drawing was accurate. So it's all about interpretation. We could look at two passages somewhere and interpret it both totally differently. I think the Vaughan plan is amazing. I think it's as accurate as we can possibly get. You've mentioned the Bowling Green a couple of times. What grass did they use in the Bowling Green? Their grass was called goosegrass or speargrass. They also had rye, and it's even bluegrass. It was a very coarse grass. Coarse grass was kind of important, actually, because they mowed it with the English sigh, and a very fine -bladed grass would be very difficult to cut with that implement, whereas the wider -bladed grass, they could cut quite nicely if they had a good sharp edge on their sigh, and the sickle, of course, would have been the weed eater. The Bowling Green was meant for games and entertaining and would have been mowed on a regular basis, rigged, rolled, and mowed right up until you may have a drought or something where the grass would stop growing, just like we have in an experience today. What variety do you grow there now? Weeds. It's just, I'm serious. It looks great from a distance, but if you walk up on it, it's just clover and creeping Charlie, and if it's green, I'm fine. We don't want to use chemicals on the lawn. We have a lot of visitors, a lot of children running around, so it's just as natural as possible. We overseed and everything, but no, just don't look too closely. Well, that'd be more accurate to the period, I guess. You know, I don't know. It'd be interesting to see the grass back then. It was maintained in a way that it was intended for them to bowl. They had lots of games with the hoops and other things, so it was used a great deal as a green for entertaining. How do you cut it now? Oh, we have John Deere's to go 13 miles an hour. It's pretty nice. You know, front deck mowers, it's great. Is that a reel? No, my goodness, no. Years ago when I started, our only riding mower was a Toro reel. Now, nothing against Toro, okay, but that thing never worked. Poor man that was operating, he was a World War II vet, and he was always in the shop just standing here waiting for his mower to work. So no, it's not a reel. My dad had a reel mower, and he was always working on it too. My dad's way to fix anything was with a screwdriver, not to actually tighten any screws. He would just beat on it. He was so upset. You've got the serpentine pass. What materials did they use? It was a combination of gravel and clay, pea gravel, smaller grade gravel, and it was cobblestone up around the circle in front of the mansion. Washington said if he could find any alternative form of paving, he would certainly use it because gravel roads were constant maintenance of raking, rolling, adding new gravel to keep them from being muddy all the time. That's exactly what was used in the gardens as well, was a gravel type path. Is that gravel mine from the Potomac? Washington talks about a gravel pit. It would seem as if they got a lot of it from the Potomac, and they would have sifted it to get the right size stone that they wanted. I think there were a couple sources, but not real clear on it. What kind of staff does it take to maintain all this? In horticulture, my responsibility has to do with anything that deals with chlorophyll and manure. The gardeners, just like in the 18th century, they said a garden an acre in size will require one full -time gardener, and so every principal garden we have is one full -time gardener working in that spot. Then we have a swing gardener that does all the smaller gardens and helps in the other gardens as well. We have a landscape gardener that takes care of all the non -exhibition areas. It's truly bare bones. We have some summertime help, college students, some high school. College students love it. We give them as much opportunity to learn whatever they want if they want to work in the greenhouse or use equipment. It's a really great program that we have for that. Then we have our livestock crew. We have five full -time livestock employees that maintain the genetic line of three very rare breeds, and those animals are here for interpretation as well. One thing I just want to share is that Mount Vernon is a very special place. People come and they don't leave real quickly. I've got almost 53 years. Our five livestock staff combined have 92 years of service here at Mount Vernon. It's just truly amazing. Wow. What type of livestock? We have a milking red devon, beautiful reddish -brown cow, aussebal island hogs, hog island sheep, and a Narragansett turkey. So all these are on exhibition at our Pioneer Farmers site, which is a site that we created in the 1990s down near the river. That's a site where we interpret Washington the farmer. That's the livestock's playground. They get to take the animals down there, the oxen, the horses, and work the fields. So it's really very exciting. It helps bring the estate to life. Are you taking the manures and the straw and things like that and using it in compost, or how does that all work? 100 percent. That's all we use. We have huge piles that we are able to windrow with using a manure spreader. We always have these windrows, just these lines of the material that is whipped around by the manure spreader. The row is about maybe eight feet wide, ten feet wide, and it's about six feet high. The oldest windrow is used as the fertilizer used in the gardens. And once that's gone, we windrow the next row over to aerate it again. We just always have a source of compost that we can use in the gardens, and it just works out beautifully for us. How long does it typically age? It doesn't take long, really. We have a pile that's been here for so long that even stuff that is not that old, maybe three months or so, when you mix it up with the other, it turns out very, very well. In the 18th century, Washington would take manure from the stables and just put them in a dung repository for a fortnight or two. You're only talking two or four weeks, and then they thought it was readily available for the gardens. So it was much more rapid for them than it is for us. Are there any special approaches that you take to maintaining a historical garden? The approach to maintaining a historic garden really is visual. We want them to see a garden that is planted in the manner that would have been in the 18th century. We want them to see what an 18th century garden looked like. As far as our actual practices, it is really no different than what would have been going on in the 18th century. Our tools may be a little sturdier, a little nicer, rakes, shovels, soil life, and everyone has one of those on their bill. You can do anything with those. As far as planting, we're definitely concerned about height derangement more than color coordination. We want to make sure the plants we plant are appropriate to the 18th century. Paths, the box which should be trimmed, are very short. They were never intended to be a backdrop for perennials, just as a border. That's the main thing. We want it to look right. The way we take care of it, that hasn't changed for 250 years. What are your biggest challenges with the garden? People, compaction, really the damage that comes from, especially kids, I used to share that the worst pest we can have is a child that's been on a bus for five hours from somewhere, gets here and the chaperones go, go, go, and they just start running. Back when we had big boxwood, they would just go and run and jump in and break a branch of a 150 year old boxwood within 10 seconds and that's hard to control with any kind of spray or whatever. But I developed to have a hard trap that was a bit larger. I found out I put an iPad or something in there, I could catch five or six at a time and I would let them off at the West Gate. The chaperones would eventually find them, but at least we got them out of the garden.
A highlight from The No Interruptions Podcast - TikTok Ban Debate
"There are more identity threats than you realize, even if you monitor your credit, only a little personal info needs to leak out, like your social security number or your password, for you to end up underwater. LifeLock alerts you to threats you could miss. If your identity is stolen, a dedicated U .S.-based restoration specialist will work to fix it. No one can prevent all identity theft or monitor all transactions, but everyone can save up to 25 % their first year at lifelock .com. This week's No Interruptions podcast is about TikTok, big news this week out of South Carolina. As you know, I used to host the Clemson football Tiger Tailgate show, so I know Clemson University quite well, and Clemson University banned TikTok from its internal servers. I keep wondering how this actually is going to look like. What does a TikTok ban look like? Brad Palumbo is editor -in -chief and co -founder of Based Politics, which I am loving. I'm enjoying it very, very much. Brad is a libertarian conservative journalist. You've probably seen his work on The Washington Examiner, The New York Post, Newsweek, maybe seen him on TV. Brad, it's great having you on the show. Daniel Greenfield, who's an investigative reporter and journalist at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, covering everything from the Left's war on America to terrorism abroad. He writes for front -page magazine frontpagemag .com, has his own blog as well. Daniel, thanks very much for joining us as well. Let's start with you. I'm struggling with understanding, pragmatically speaking, how a TikTok ban works, but I've read your work. I've read some of your background. Tell me a little bit about why you think we should ban TikTok here in America. The simple answer is that TikTok is a whole lot like Facebook and big tech companies, except it's much more abusive and it's run by the Chinese Communist Party. We know this from former executives with Bytedance, which is TikTok's parent company. We know that there's a unit called the committee within Bytedance. We know that even though TikTok executives repeatedly come to Congress and say that all the data stays in America, that it's monitored by American teams, that actually everything is seen in China. That's a quote. There's some backdoor access to user data in almost all of them. Furthermore, TikTok's people have the ability in China to monitor individual Americans, get their location, find out what they're doing. Your smartphone in general is eavesdropping device that is monitoring you all the time. With TikTok, your smartphone is a monitoring device that goes directly to China. And this is not just happening to adults who can make decisions. TikTok aggressively targets children and the results are destructive. First of all, it means that China has a direct pipeline to what your children are doing. And TikTok is even more destructive than ordinary social media. We've seen a number of American children actually die because of TikTok challenges that were pushed to them. Last year, there was a lawsuit in which an eight and nine -year -old girl died of self -strangulation after TikTok's algorithm pushed a blackout challenge for them in which they were encouraged to strangle themselves with belts per string and twist ties until they actually passed out and eventually died. This is something that China does not allow within its own borders. Bytedance's version of TikTok in China is closely regulated. It is not allowed to promote any kind of destructive behaviors. Within America, however, they can promote the most destructive behaviors possible, including those that have killed about five American children thus far. TikTok spies on Americans. It is a direct pipeline to the Chinese Communist Party and it is killing American children. The argument for banning it is pretty straightforward. All right, Brad Palumbo, Daniel makes some compelling arguments in favor of banning TikTok. I know you've certainly embraced the digital space. I've become a big fan of Based Politics. Everybody I've recommended on my show, based -politics .com. As somebody who really appreciates that space, you have argued against banning TikTok and you wrote a very powerful argument back in March at the Washington Examiner, all the reasons why the U .S. should not ban TikTok. Go ahead and why don't you respond to the arguments that Daniel laid out and explain why you disagree with the idea of a TikTok ban in the United States.
"clemson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I mean, you buried them, right? I did, yes, and I'm proud of it. They're dead. I mean, the Clemson rights are they not even listening. I'll figure by now they'd call you. They've got their own network now. So Paul, something that they're watching. They're watching a duke North Carolina game with Zion Williamson. I don't even think they have baseball to fall back on to here, do they? I'm sure, I mean, last year they had NC state, or was that the year before? I think it was two years ago, wasn't it when NC state during COVID? I don't know. I mean, I see the network on around our building because I think some people work here that work there, but I'll get back to you on that. See Paul, my psychology of jump on an LSU after an Arkansas blue amount to first game, it woke him up. I take responsibility for pulling out some people on that. Well, good. I should have, because I mean, again, the best baseball team in the history of college baseball should not have been blown out by Arkansas in the first game with the best pitcher in the world. In Alex box stadium, so the next two days they came alive and they showed that the transfer portal guys they got are actually did. But Paul, I don't know if you talked about this during Super Bowl time. Jalen hurts, Jalen hurts, led Alabama to a national championship, all but for a half of a game, he was the leader of that offense. Then the last half of the game too, it took over and he was the hero, and it seemed like of that whole year. And two has not, after that moment, he didn't win another national title. So they both get drafted into the NFL, of course, we know the story about hertz, do you think that hurts is looking back on this and smiling and saying to Alabama? Even though he still says he loves them, hey, you guys made a big mistake and I told you so. Well, he also has a degree from there. I don't think so. But do you not? I know this sounds like after the fact, but Alabama would not have won a national championship had Jalen hurts remain the quarterback in the second half. But that wasn't his senior year either. No, he had two more years after that. And the next year, of course, two elites and back into the beast. Jalen hurts won the Georgia game. He was the hero of that game, but my only argument was savings. He should have put two in earlier. That game was on the verge of getting out of control. So you're taking the opposite position of AI completely opposite because Jalen hurts was the inferior player and it doesn't matter that J one hurts nearly won a Super Bowl. We're talking about that moment in time. There were rumors that I get pulled in the game in the sugar bowl and I think it was against Clemson and they didn't really need to get to pull him out of that game, but they desperately needed him in Atlanta that night and they were down. They were down ten, 13 points. I can't remember what it was, but that game was nearly over, had Saban not made the change. We're up against the break. We have an hour to go. We hope you'll stick around. How would you love a chance to save some money on car insurance? Geico can help. Switch today and see all the ways you could save with great rates
Should Mike Trust Yuriy for Fashion Advice Ever Again?
"Here's a text message over my wardrobe. I knew it was too busy, Yuri, you put Yuri on air for me today. If you're watching on the sale of news channel, I was very concerned about my outfit. I bought a bunch of clothes a few weeks ago in South Carolina. I was visiting peg and Joey, and we went over to MH Frank and Clemson. And I spent a fortune on a bunch of sport coach and dress shirts. And I had a little bit of a loud outfit on today. It's kind of a plaid like a light brown and blue plaid, and then I've got a striped shirt on, and I sat in the studio chair today, and I said, guys, I think this is too loud. Yuri, I blame you. What did you tell me about the outfit I'm wearing today? Shakurov, our video producer. Tell me what your reaction was when I asked if this was too loud. I said a few things. I said, I like the way it looks. It looks very unique. It stands out and loud colors sometimes are the right decision. Okay, so here's Kentucky. Hey Mike, a piece of advice from a listener who watched the Salem news channel today. I saw you for the first time by a navy blazer where light blue shirts it will enhance your image to the level of your commentary. This outfit, according to Kentucky, is not enhancing my image to the level of my commentary, Yuri, do you not know I'm supposed to enhance my image to the level of my commentary? Well, that guy navy blue is good. Good one. It's a good outfit. Well, I've got a navy blue. You can't always wear the same thing. My go to outfit as well, but why wear the same thing every single day. You got 5 days a week, right? You don't think this is too busy? No. I think that guy's probably too scared to wear something louder than navy blue. He wants to wear boring navy blue.
Mike Gallagher's Love Affair With South Carolina
"Incredible memories where I get to host the Tiger tailgate show for a few years until they unceremoniously dump me because I was too controversial on radio and TV. I'll never forget that firing. I still get I still cringe when I drive by California dreaming over on I 85 in Greenville. That's where Mike Whittaker fired me from being and I was really into it. I was the Tiger tailgate host. I was the football out of the basketball PA announcer at Clemson. I mean, they loved me and I loved them. What an experience that was. You talk about a blessed experience to get to be involved in a big time college athletics program like that in a small level, but still traveled with the team on game day. Got to sit next to my buddy, Jim Phillips, who was the longtime voice of the Clemson tigers, and then somebody in gaffney didn't like me. It was a booster. It was a big donor. I ticked somebody off with one of my opinions and it all came screeching to a halt. And I think about that over the years because had that not happened, had I not got fired from Clemson for being from because of my opinions on radio and TV. I was doing a local TV commentary at the time. And something I said rub somebody the wrong way and they said, get that Gallagher guy out. He's out. Had that not happened, I would have probably never left South Carolina. I'll bet I'd still be in Greenville, South Carolina. Happy as a clan, because life is good there. Life is really, it's actually great there. In fact, I got to get back my friend Peggy and her sister patty have opened up a booth at the big west side market over the Augusta road. I gotta check that out 'cause knowing the king's sisters, it is a beautiful, beautiful booth. I'll bet you that you're gonna get some good items because they have exquisite taste. Anyway, that's my love affair with South Carolina.
No. 13 Virginia tops Clemson 76-56 to reach ACC title game
"Number 21 duke defeated number 14 Miami 85 78 and will face number 13 Virginia in the ACC championship. The Cavaliers defeated Clemson 76 56, duke and Miami featured 7 ties and 12 lead changes with each team having 5 players in double figure scoring. Guard Jeremy wrote that watch out for the blue Devils. You keep playing game by game, and people are people gonna notice people don't know that for sure. I think they're starting to notice right now. Virginia was dominant in the paint against Clemson, outscoring the tigers 40 to 22 in the lane. Dennis Cox, Greensboro, North Carolina.
Clemson runs away from NC State, 80-54 in ACC quarterfinal
"Number 13 Virginia advanced to the semifinals of the ACC tournament with a 68 59 win over North Carolina. UVA finished the game on a 13 to four run for Jaden Gardner was proud as teen held on late. UNC made a lot of runs, especially at the end of the first half, but RJ Davis got going a little bit, but he was able to respond. Virginia faced this Clemson in the semifinals after the tigers defeated NC state 80 to 54. Number 14 Miami held off wake forest 74 72 and will face number 21 duke and the other semifinal. The blue Devils blew out pit, 96, 69. Dennis Cox, Greensboro, North Carolina.
Is Nikki Haley About to Put Her Hat in the Ring for President?
"Nikki Haley seems to be running for president of the United States of the scoop last evening. The media is reporting that Nikki Haley is going to announce for the presidency on February 15th. The day after Valentine's Day, you see, a couple of years ago, Nikki Haley was really looked at as the future of American conservatism. Objectively she was a very conservative governor of South Carolina. That is true. However, she would always go out of her way to try to pander to media narratives and Donald Trump selected her to be the ambassador to the United Nations when she went and became the ambassador to the United Nations. That's where I personally started to find a lot of disagreement with Nikki Haley. Let me say this before any further. I've actually had a very warm relationship with Nikki Haley. I know her son. She has spoken at turning point USA events. I have nothing negative to say about my interactions with her. She just recently spoke at a turning point USA chapter meeting in Clemson. I'm certainly not supporting her for the presidency in 2024. We're going to talk about that, but I find it very interesting. I find her candidacy interesting for a couple reasons because it does show that despite all the bad news, I think the party is changing for the better because a couple of years ago, even prior to Donald Trump, somebody like Nikki Haley would have automatically been accepted as a consensus top tier candidate. But Nikki Haley, I'm sure you could find an article. Somebody could have Nikki Haley 2000 16 or 2018 2020 presidential poll, some poll that somebody did a favorability. She used to be one of the most popular Republican figures out there and she is no longer. Now she could, again, and I'm going to walk through how I think we should not underestimate Nikki Haley. I think she's very talented. She'll raise a ton of money and she works, man. I'm telling you, she is ambitious.
"clemson" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"clemson" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Wimbledon's wembley stadium and when deontay wilder was knocking. Everybody with that powerful right hand and both of those guys were undefeated and one was. Britain would british and the other one was an american. That's when that's when the irish should be struck and you could have had to the three fights to at the very least and from those two to three fights. You guys probably probably will. The made anywhere between i dunno seventy five to a hundred fucking dollars. Guaranteed if you take a look at the purse if you take a look at the pay per view buys and everything that came afterwards because remember this would have been before the pandemic. If you're speaking about too heavy fighters one would knock out power one with an american. You could build this as the deontay wilder could have been. He's he's next in line. He's the bigger mike tyson. Ethan more ferocious mike. Tyson easter stronger. More devastating mike tyson of this era. This is going to be the guy that's going to leave. Boxing back to the promised. Land the heavyweight division is the most important division and boxing. And we've got an ourselves. A wrecking ball. We've got ourselves a monster. We got ourselves a knockout machine. Right there in the annals right there in the same tree at the joe louis right there. The same tree as sonny liston right there. The same tree as earnie shavers right there on the same tree at the mike tyson. Hard hittin behemoths. Who are going to knock out people and the smile afterwards that there are at their opponents leading unconscious for fifteen minutes of the crowd was wondering if that guy is alive or dead. This is the guy deontay wilder and you show that highlight package and then you show anthony joshua just go ahead and you just go ahead and you keep feeding that victory over klitschko and you talk about with a gentleman years and you talk. About how media savvy. He is and how articulate. He sounds and everything like that. The brute the beast versus the british. Whoever whatever i don't know i'm not a promoter. But there's just so many ways that you could have promoted this fight and the public would have eaten up and the rematch will have been easy to set. And if for instance wilder wins the first fight and then jostle went to second fight. Then you have a trilogy money. Money money money money you can put. You could put that shit in vegas. You gotta put that shitting jerry world. You could have put shit in wembley stadium. Three fights money money. Money money money money but no because of shortsightedness because of greed because of what many in floyd did where those guys when they thought it was about four years too late but yet still both of those guys made a boatload of money because people are fucking stupid boy color that fight. Because i was like fuck. You think. i'm going to see these two clowns fight now. Now you had your chance as far as making me watch that fight three or four years ago when four knew that many was gonna give him a much bigger challenge so he went out there and say.
"clemson" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"There was a time not too long ago where that was the same thing in college football that yeah you will just under the presumption because of the consistent dominance of alabama and his historical presence in the historical program that is the alabama football program. That yeah you know. Alabama was during that time the king you know from about donald what twenty sixteen to twenty eighteen twenty one thousand nine hundred that oh yeah alabama alabama alabama but you also make a sign that you can also make a strong argument. That clemson if not. They're not passing them with right there especially at forty four to sixteen thumping that. They gave alabama in the national championship game. So alabama is still remaining to be a level above and now be seen at least for one year or at least far the season glimpsing is rebuilding and the question again is going to be if their dominance over the dynasty of dominance over. Are they now going to sink a little bit lower. When we're speaking about the top teams in college football. I mean yeah. You could make the argument than ohio. State is not who they've been for the last couple of years. You could make the argument. That oklahoma is not who they've been for the last couple of years but no one has fallen off the dynasty cliff far this season so far through four games then clemson because again they clumped dynasty the dynasty. They want six straightened. Acc championships they want six straight acc titles and reached six straight college. Football playoffs won the national title. Twenty eighteen won a national title. would shawn watson. Did they wanna tell them. What the shawn watson. I think so another one was mark with trevor lawrence. Put you know memory phase me right now. So what's going on with this man. What's going on with those guys. What's what's going to be happening. And i think there was a good point to say that you know what this. This is starting the cracks in terms of them. Being right up there with alabama started to show really over the past two seasons but we kinda really did see it. Because of their dominance in the regular season and the extremely weak conference in two thousand nineteen went undefeated in the regular season. They when fourteen to know scored forty points ten times. They scored fifty or more points. Seven times the lowest point. Total was twenty points where they won at north carolina. Twenty one twenty within twenty four points against the number twelve texas. Am they outscored. Opponents by an average of forty five to eleven so during that time when they're up there beaten opponents by a combined score of six thirty four the one sixty one. You're not sitting up there. Talking about the clinton dynasty on shaky ground of course not gonna do that with the dominance but then they reach the college football playoff in got the door blown off by him. By joe borough in justin. Jefferson am Joe brady and all those guys you can sit there and make the argument. Well that was just a historically great team by lsu. They were destiny. They were destined to do these things blah blah the twenty twenty season..
"clemson" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"But how the fuck you know kayla williams is gonna do kayla williams. If the guy that's going to be turning the thing around kayla williams is going to be. The team is going to be the guy. That's gonna put this team at the level where you expect it to be caleb williams. Have you been the practice. Do you know what's going on. Have you seen any game time. Action of caleb williams so far as being a quarterback for oklahoma makes you say that he the better option than spencer. Rattler do you. Do you really think that you have more knowledge more information about who the better quarterback and fitting the scheming giving oklahoma better chance to win. You guys have more information. You guys have more knowledge. More education on the subject and lincoln riley really. You're going to be doubting what rink lincoln riley is doing with quarterbacks. Really come on man. Come on again. Special rattler has. He lived the heisman expectations. No there's a lot of people who thought that. Yeah guess what. What made you think that he was going to be heisman. Trophy worthy to begin with. Then you guys see the first half of the season then you might count it an argument by saying yeah but did you see the second half of the season now. We'll played down the stretch of those last seven or eight games but still. This was something where. Trevor lawrence was. Coming back with. Justin fields was coming back. Or does shawn watson was coming back or someone of that. Calibre was coming back. There were still some question. Marks concerning spencer rattler in terms of being a high yen heisman trophy favorite type of quarterback. So i'm going to go ahead. And i'm going to trust the lincoln riley in terms of what he thinks is best for the quarterback position to give the sooners the best chance to chance to win an kind of believe that if kayla williams was the guy that can give oklahoma. Better chance to win. I think lincoln riley would put him in but selling like jackasses and cheering on saying we. What caleb we want. Caleb like like come on man come home. i mean. I'm not saying that spencer's go ahead and curl into a ball and cry and say life is not fair but i mean you know. Ignorance rose muck when we started doing that. Bullshit windows world in sports. I'm your host window. Wallace glad that you could be with us. Speaking about what's happening in college football this weekend very quickly. clemson if the end of the dynasty. I'm not gonna you know it's so easy to go. That route is so easy to start saying that because many people think tokyo dabo. Sweeney you just you just want to you. Just just waiting the pounds. They're just waiting for the carcass..
"clemson" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"For the next ten to twelve years after his lawyer and self pay off all of these folks that's been accused him of sexual assault another proclivities that are of the Kinky type but Herbert man he's just been outstanding absolutely outstanding a strong rookie season and now through three games of the season he seems to of taking it to the next level. So gonna just justin herbert outplaying. Patrick mahomes understand this one week. Got just one week and the week before that. It was It was Holy mackerel lamar jackson. Who played patrick mahomes. So who would have thought that. Patrick mahomes back to back weeks would be l. Played now he's being played by some really really good quarterbacks a former and the a few years for and then a guy who looks like he's going to be a future. Mvp of the league but as of right now for the year two thousand twenty one in weeks two and three of the national football league. Patrick mahomes clearly has been l. Play need another example of herbert and what he did on sunday against kansas city. Game tied at twenty four but admitted forty two left in the game. Justin lead at eight play fifty nine yard dry for the winning score. Important parts of thirty two from the los angeles chargers forty-nine he hit a he it can keep an island allen for fifteen yards then a fourth nine with forty eight seconds left. Go herbert through a jump ball. That was called for passenger ferris on the andre baker of kansas city. I down for kansas city. I down that the kids. To the twenty yard line then hit mike williams with consecutive completions including the td throw with thirty two seconds left for the lead and eventual victory. I mean it was so pure. It was so fantastic that damn it was a situation where you couldn't even you couldn't even follow her for saying you know what you scored you quickly. You need that. Patrick homes with back on the other side of the other side of the field. You knew that he was gonna be coming back on offense all going to score a touchdown with fourteen or or a minute. Thirty six left to go on a game. Each scored a lot sooner or later on in the contest to make sure the mahomes couldn't come back. Herbals like cool. I got you. We went ahead. And had the winning touchdown with thirty two seconds left and also the situation a guy who's not even been in the league for two full seasons. They're placing the trust on herbert to throw a pass in that situation because the defense dictated the match ups dictated that really. The ball is sitting up for a field goal. wasn't going to be the greatest advantage for the chargers. It was taken advantage of the one on one. Left side of the of the sticks. The throw it to mike williams who had the side the village over the from kansas city. And the have the confidence. The have the confidence to put the ball in herbert's hands to make that throw in the make. Those plays on a continuous basis. Hey man that's i mean. What would the last time that we saw a rookie have those type of responsibilities or at least a guy who's right now have hasn't even started what seventeen eighteen games in his professional football career at the quarterback position so well really really strong stuff from the los angeles chargers so in the african was calling the game but they were talking about. Oh this is bad..
"clemson" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"By if i've done it once. I can do it with doing again. And the ability of the talent. There were devante smith once he gets to the physicality and puts on some more weight to kids going to be a really good football player he is going to be a legitimate one wide receiver. I work with something like that in now. We need to upgrade some of our skill players. We need to upgrade. That offense live with a thumb to shawn. Watson i'm just sitting around i mean philadelphia's a lot better option right now than houston so i don't know if the philadelphia eagles have the want or the need or desire or the capital to go ahead and make the move. But if i'm those guys yemen. I do that and i do that soon. So does shawn watson still on the shelf. The shawn watson still waiting. Alum telling you man. The time should be ticking and the urgency should be happening for some teens with legit with some legit Excuse me what some legit situations to get into the playoffs and do some work. That only a quarterback away from doing it. I'm not saying that in in this year. Then all of a sudden the shawn watson it's gonna make them challenged the los angeles rams or the tampa bay buccaneers or the kansas city football team. I'm not saying that. But man acquiring the shawn watching and letting him get his feet wet as having him be your franchise quarterback for not just this season but for the forthcoming years man. It could be a very very great situation for the squads that i just mentioned who are in dire need for a new quarterback. I'm your host to wonder wallace.
"clemson" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Don't go ultimately he's in thirty so he's not a long-term answer in any way shape or form so you can go ahead and help him and bring him back and have the texans go what four and thirteen whooped damn fucking do or you could go ahead and see what you've got in davis mills and see if this is something to where you know what maybe if davis mills is not the answer. We know the sean Excuse me that tyrod. Taylor is not going to be there long. Term do we go back and rethink possibly maybe depending upon what happens with this legal status. Do we go back. And maybe visit the possibility of the shawn watson stain with houston. Texans there any way that we can kinda solve this. Don't speak to me about the fan base. Don't think speak to me about the advertisers. Don't speak me about the season ticket. Holders they'll speak about me. No speak to me about the the possibility of the shawn watson coming back because of everything that is going through everything that he's been accused of the somehow some way that brigandage deshaun watson back would be poisonous that would be cancerous. That would be a bad idea. Because of the shawn watson comes back and he balls believe you me the fans the advertisers and everybody else will quickly forget about everything that's going down. We haven't heard anything. We haven't seen the shawn watson in a while. We don't know what the hell is going on. We don't know what in terms of what his lawyers doing in terms of. How much money do you need for this to go away. How can we avoid going to trial. How can we go ahead expedite. This so does shawn watson can be in the clear move on with his nfl career. We don't know anything that's going on with this so far. So there are no new allegations about you know The shown called me over. And you know you stripped naked. And he he had me groped him. He groped me or i grabbed his private area or anything like that. We haven't heard any new stories regarding that we haven't heard anything that would make us go ill or that's disgusting or man. What a perv. or you. Kind of creepy and weird. We haven't heard any of those stories. Lately regarding women in shawn watson so far out of sight vermont. I'm quite sure a you don't know how many women are a l. Alleging sexual misconduct with him. I'm quite sure you can say many. But you can't give me an exact number. You probably can't even give me a ballpark number. You don't know exactly where it is. As far as the judicial system is concern or how this is being played out or how this is being taken care of. And you probably can't even name exactly what he did to get himself in this situation other than that he was having inappropriate was putting himself inappropriate situations with women so the farther the thing..
No. 6 Clemson Uses Goal-Line Stand to Hold off Georgia Tech
"The Clemson Tigers ranked sixth in the country entered a lightning delay of nearly two hours a lackluster offensive performance an onside kick and a goal line stand to come away with a hard fought fourteen eight victory over Georgia tech after the game Deborah Sweeney said his Tigers are a work in progress in the passing game certainly is kind of who we are right now you know we're young on that side of the ball and we got some guys that are going through some growing pains but you know you got three phases and obviously we're we're kind of led by our defense right now up next for Clemson NC state in the tiger's first true road test of the season Matt Smith Clemson South Carolina
"clemson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Georgia beat Clemson, you can say Oh, yeah, It's a lot like an SEC atmosphere. The voice of Kirby Smart. And before that Scott Howard on Lear Field. I am G that pig six that went 74 yards. Would have been enough to beat Clemson right then. It was a scoreless tie in the second quarter when that defensive touchdown went into the end zone. It plus the Georgia defense recorded seven sacks had a relentless pass. Rush only allowed 178 total yards but two yards rushing Against Clemson. We know that Davalos Sweeney's offense primarily has completely turned over. It's not just Trevor Lawrence and Travis said TM, but a lot of their pieces that they have been staples. Well, they're on to the NFL, or they're onto other stages of their life. And so he's starting fresh and you're talking about some young guys. But, he says, do not worry about our new quarterback because he's got or something something to show you down the stretch or down the road. D. J. I thought didn't really settle in until about 2.5 quarters in the game, and, you know, he's a young player. He's a great people. I promise you, that guy right there will respond. And so dabble was more concerned about their mistakes. But as I was watching DJ, I was thinking about C J O ha ha. As I was watching DJ, I was thinking about CJ with Ohio State and how his first half what was it a couple of interceptions where he had with Ohio State, and they've got an incredible array of weapons in such talented players and playmakers around him. But they twice had to come back from deficits and he had an opportunity to prove himself in the second half and kind of get the onus Of his back. Well, there will come that time for Clemson's new quarterback as well. But this one belongs to Kirby Smart and the atmosphere was electric. And for those of you who are Atlanta slash Georgia sports fans well, smart talking about how now they're in the driver's seat. We control our own destiny, and we still control our own destiny. And the important thing is that we have to get better. Um, well, I did find out We've got a lot of resiliency. And you know when our offense had to convert when our offense had to force the ball against my throat, a pretty good defense. They were able to do it and that makes me proud, but we certainly have a long way to go. Impressive way to start though, to serve notice to the rest of the country. That Georgia is a force to be reckoned with Her. The Georgia defense is a force to be reckoned with 10 to 3. Did you expect that? When that Saturday game kicked off between number three and number five? Did you expect 13 total points Crazy. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio, Thanks so much for all of your tweets to tell us where you're listening how you're listening. We didn't mean whereas in the specific room in your house or deed. Vehicle that you're listening in. No, no, we went we meant what part of the country What part of North America. Maybe you're not even in the United States or Canada. You're elsewhere listening and how meaning an app an actual radio station. We like to give publicity to our affiliates or Sirius XM 206. Many were listening on the Odyssey app, which is not only easy, but it's free and it's free. It's for me. So thanks. Thanks for hanging out with us. We're getting a lot of people who are listening in Chicago on AM 6 72 score. We don't always have our score audience, but we do because it is a holiday morning. So George says he's enjoying the radio show while driving home from working at a casino in Chicago. Thank you Happy Labor Day to you, George and I've seen a bunch of other people who are listening on am 6 70 in the Chicago area. It is a law Signal. And so it encompasses a good portion of Illinois parts of Indiana. Easy to hear us there, so we're glad that you're tuned in. I know we've also had our New York affiliate for all four hours of the show. W F A N Whether it's 1019, or whether it's a M 66. So we're glad to have you all with us again. Blowtorch of a signal on the AM and so you can hear it. Not just in the New York City area, but you can hear it on gosh, the entire eastern half of the United States and then some places across the Mississippi as well. I know because when I was first starting out, I graduated from Syracuse with my masters. My very first job was working overnights on the weekends. Uh and That the station was a heritage station in Rochester, New York, But It was a clear channel, meaning it would reach 38 States and Canada at night Because there's this phenomenon where many am stations power down their signals at night. For those of you who listen to am that are not clear channels. You may know that the signal is far weaker, depending upon its signal strength anyway, the signals weaker in the in the night time and a lot of the AMs power down around the country, and what happens is these clear channels then they've got essentially the run of the joint. They just travel the signals, travel and travel and travel and travel because they have no interference, and there's a handful of them in the country. Am 66 out of New York is one of them. And then the one that I worked for in Rochester, New York, was also one of them. W Let's see if I remember 11 80. Wh am if I'm I. I think that's correct. If anyone's listening in that area, you would know, but there are many. There's one in ST Louis. There's a couple. I'm trying to think there's one in Pittsburgh. There's one in San Francisco If I'm not mistaken, so they're all over and and their valuable because, like I said, you can hear them across most of the United States and up in Canada and into Mexico as well. After hours with Amy Lawrence, CBS Sports Radio. My mom used to sit in the driveway in New Hampshire and listen to me Do these one minute news updates overnight on my Rochester, New York radio station, she couldn't get the single in the house. But you can get the signal in the driveway listening in her car. It was my first real job, and she wanted to hear me to my news update. That is dedication. Friends that is.
Defensive Gem Lifts No. 5 Georgia Past No. 3 Clemson, 10-3
"George's defense stymied Clemson at every turn holding the Tigers without a touchdown and limiting their running game to two yards in a ten three win Saturday night in Charlotte the Bulldogs sack Clemson quarterback DJ young delay seven times and the defense produced the game's lone touchdown a seventy four yard pick six by Christopher Smith late in the first half JT Daniels completed twenty two of thirty four hundred thirty five Georgians Amir white rushed for seventy four yards to lead the Georgia offense Phil Kornbluth Charlotte
College Football Bets: Week 1
"On. Espn dot com chuck section. I've given them out daily wager. But you know we'll rip through a few here i want to start with. Ecu this numbers come down a little bit. They play thursday night against appalachian state and look. I think he's us live dog. Jay vermont talked about it as well. They have a bunch of veterans including senior quarterback and app. State's been a little shaky as well. And they have a new quarterback and chase. Bryce you might remember him. He played a key. Clemson then transferred to duke ten and a half a lot of points for team that always seems to pull games out of the hat and have crazy place at the end. I like myself getting double digits plus ten right now but still i would out jumping on on ec as long as you get double digits and maybe a little sprinkle on the money line. That could be some fun The came by actually liked the most Kinda scared about it and it's umass and everybody who listen to pod on a somewhat regular basis knows. I'm kind of the betting bully as humans. A frequent guest. Your calls me. I like to bet on bet against bad teams. Just just do it right. Like orioles season win total under. I've certainly bet against umass in the past but thirty eight is just way too many points. And i'll tell you why won't bell and umass went out and got a bunch of transfers. Their quarterback is a six foot five inch from from colorado like the university of and or colorado university of boulder. And they have two running backs that transferred in one from rutgers. So a team that was like. Fcs not too long ago or fcs quality has some real players and you only have to get thirty eight now pits good. But they're at tennessee. The following week nerd uzis not a guy who's going to run up the score. He's old school. Fourth quarter they'll bring in the is a little bit and on top of that. Probably the best handy angle. I have is the offense coordinator for pit is a guy named mark whipple. He's coached umass twice head coach. Also the most recent time was just a few years ago. This is not situation where he wants to embarrass his former program. Umass is a special place in his heart. Whipple's going to call off the dogs as well. So i just think if you can get about two touchdowns even if it's garbage time i think plus thirty eight is the play in. That game is crazy. As it sounds another game. I like is essentially a coin. Flip game and it syracuse minus one. And a half. you might remember. I've talked about it with jay motto. The over three in the win total. They're going to split time at quarterback. Babies made that announcement. I don't love it. I would prefer. Tommy devito to be the entire time but dual threat with michigan state. Sorry mississippi state transfer garrett schrader. They're just better at a lot of positions that ohio but most importantly syracuse addressed. Their offense align issues. There was a pathetic. Offense couldn't even average average about two hundred fifty yards per game. Not passing just total yards per game. The veto would be injured. A lot spent a lot of time on his back. If they're okay on the offensive line this is just a syracuse team. That's just better. No more frank. Solich at ohio. Bob cats will rotate. Quarterbacks curtis rourke. Who's obviously the brother of nathan rourke the former stud bob cats quarterback and then armani rogers transfer from unlv. Ohio's very good. They looked good last year against the too bad teams really bad teams in the mac akron bowling green. But i think use gets there which is better talent especially with vito healthy and maybe we hope and improved offensive line. Fourth play i want to talk about
Clemson vs Georgia Prediction, Game Preview
"To ucla and lsu. But you got clemson georgia in charlotte. clemson lane three and a half seven on the money. Line georgia. The dogs walk plus one forty on the money. Line sitting at fifty one and a half colby is. I don't know it part of me thinks you take you. Take georgia here. Because you're getting more than three points but part of me likes betting on a guy named big cinco lock going on here with my handicap. And what are you got. I kind of agree when we had phil steele on the show. He said like anything more than a field goal on the other team. Gimme georgia plus the three and a half. I still think. I mean this is a toss up game. There's a high chance whoever wins is going to be my three points that i can get three and a half. Give me Give me give me the bulldogs and three and a half points It is going to be interesting though because like j. J. daniels yes. He played great but In against kinda shitty opponent so. This is going to be as i true. Ambig- cinco got some looks. You know when When lawrence was dealing with the cova there or he was on the list and his. Name's big cinco. I n you daboh. Who just wins games. And and i think this almost to me. It could go both ways for georgia. This is their season like if they don't win this game one. Do they have another opportunity to look at their schedule under the sec championship. Yeah so this is like their season. Which i think is almost too much pressure for a guy like j. t. daniels and clemson's coming in here kinda with not a lot of pressure and because even if they lose this game they can run the table and be in a position in the college football playoff so i think the fact that the pressure is all on georgia as a small dog. I'm going clemson minus three and a half.
Sports Betting in the U.S. South
"Very curious. Sports books in the south is nc double a. Betting better than nfl betting down there in terms of revenue or is just. Everything is so rich for the sports books while it's a good question at and i think it's one that we probably don't have much to add on yet because As far as i can think of tennessee was the first the first state in the south In in the old south i guess to legalize an put operational online sports betting and that was just in november of last year. The college season was already kind of winding down at that point. And so we probably don't have a ton of data on that yet out. Mississippi has had sports books for a couple of years but that is impersonal nature or mobile on premises. So it's not statewide mobile for that. Being said i think is a lot of logic to what you're saying I can just tell you from personal experience. Living georgia that People around here don't care that much about professional sports. I always say that. I think the atlanta united of the most popular professional sports team in atlanta ever since They've come into existence about three years ago You see a lot of people wearing atlanta united ear all around the city in metro area but The braves and the a falcons hawks are of only marginally popular sports teams here compared to people's fanaticism about university of georgia and clemson and alabama for those who went somewhere like that or south carolina florida. It just seems like their flags everywhere in my neighborhood which is pretty suburban low key place on any given saturday. See cars driving around with flags for any of those schools and others. And so i have to believe that betting would be more intense on college football here compared to nfl. At least You know in proportion compared to what it would be up in the north
Interview With Robert Sumwalt, Chairman NTSB, Retired
"Robber. Why don't you just give us a little brief I don't know three five minute Synopsis of your career. How how do you go from from a high school kid to becoming chairman of the national transportation safety while that's a great question. I've been wondering the same thing for a number of years so I i've i've been extremely fortunate You're right. I did start flying in high school By the time. I had graduated from high school. I i had my private and then of course went to college a few months later and i marched into the dean of students office after i've been at the university for just about three weeks in explain to him why we needed a flying club and then he sat down and proceeded to tell me all the reasons why that was not going to happen and on the way out and by the way this was the university of south carolina and on the way out. I said gosh. I just thought since clemson had flying club since one thousand nine hundred ninety eight i thought south carolina needed one and He said Sit back down young man and within about five months we had our first airplane For those who are not That aware is you can imagine having to state supported schools in a tiny state. There's quite a rivalry between those two between those colleges unfortunately clemson as the one with the with the football team the question is did clemson really have a flying club. Well you know as a seventeen year old. I was probably known to exaggerate things a little bit. But but to the best of knowledge. I think they they did so high school. What what what's next were you. You became a pilot of course next career that led you to the ntsb. Yeah i did. Of course fly all through college and i was hired by the university To be their pilot when they bought a brand new piper navajo chieftain in nineteen. Seventy nine had not finished school yet. But i was doing school and flying full time for the university. I flew there for two years. And then in february of eighty one got hired by p modern lines which of course got bought by by us air us
College Football Rankings: Alabama Is No. 1 in 2021 Preseason AP Poll
"Today was an important day. remember last week. We got the coaches poll. Today we got the paul what it looked just like the last week. Oh come on what's going on here. Alabama's number one but oklahoma's number two clemson. You have been demoted. Clemson's only number three in the ohio. State georgia so you now have a three versus five matchup. Thank that matchup gets worse. Every time we look at it just kidding. Of course am number six. I was state. Cincinnati notre dame north. Carolina made the top ten north carolina in the top. Ten in football. What's wrong what's wrong with that. Paul doesn't seem right at all. Here's the rest oregon. Wisconsin florida miami. Miami was I think in the top ten or eleven in the other poll. They're not in this one. Ucla issue number sixteen. Indiana iowa penn state washington. Turn the page. It's the newest team. The longhorns coastal louisiana texas and louisiana play in the opening game utah in arizona. State assuming they have a team this year. With some of the off the field problems they've been encounter.
College Football Rankings: Alabama Is No. 1 in 2021 Preseason AP Poll
"Okay like i said earlier. It is the ap top twenty five came out just before we started alabama number one right where they left off last year. Oklahoma which finished sixth last year's number two. And then you go clemson three ohio state. Four georgia five. I can't imagine you're surprised. A who those five teams are any bit any surprise about the order. Not really Maybe like i. there's a lot of people at least in this case a lotta. Ap voters who are probably buying on alex grinch in the defense. They're certainly buying in on Spencer rattler 'cause if you look at where he was a month the season coming off that texas game i'm not sure people would have been as sold But again clemson lost terrific quarterback terrific running back and you know their defense question mark. So i don't know the you look it's it's interesting though. Like ohio state has a lot of guys to replace. Because we think it's going to be cj stroud as we're taping this podcast about an hour ago ryan day said. He is getting more separation. From the other quarterbacks we know they have really good receivers that the replace a lot of guys on the defense and the defense wasn't all that good last year.
Chasing Tide: Alabama Is No. 1 in Preseason AP Top 25 Again
"For the fourth time in the past six seasons Alabama is tops in the AP preseason poll the defending national champs got forty seven of the sixty three first place votes Oklahoma is number two followed by Clemson Ohio state which lost to the Crimson Tide in last season's championship game is number four Georgia rounds out the top five Alabama is the only team in the country to start each of the last thirteen seasons ranked in the top five and there's a good reason along with their six national titles the tide has never ended the season ranked lower than number ten I usually after
Clemson Makes DC Brent Venables the Highest-Paid Assistant in College Football
"clemson" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"It's been pretty special and do it with such grace and such humility and with the brightest of the brightest of the brightest lights in unbelievable scrutiny. In what these kids go through today is so different than when we were coming up in. The scrutiny is unbelievable. But there's never been a guy more prepared trevor. He's been dealing with this as the ninth grade when he won. The job is a fourteen year old at carville chagrined program and he beat out a senior quarterback a really talented player. Who by the way was the starting tight end in alabama this year. Okay but he had been a quarterback up until trevor made him a tiny in history. He drafted this year as well back. He was at his wedding but just the expectations the scrutiny social media the then you get into the several sevens the elite eleven's. You're supposed to win every week and all that and then you come to clemson. You're supposed to win. The job is supposed to go to a national championship. You're supposed to do this this this and you know supposed to be the number one east been dealing with this stuff forever. But guess what that's his nor that's that's what he's used to. That's normal to him But the beautiful thing about him is. He's not he's not driven by that stuff. He is a very s. Why fit our program very well because he's a very inside out person. He's he's strong in his fate. Incredibly strong in his faith He's driven by that. He's grounded by that man that has served him well and will continue to serve him. Well you know coach. What kind of special quality does trevor lawrence have when it comes to that ability to raise the level of his game his teammates. You watch steph curry. Shoot the ball. Is you just go. Wow by a kiss his just just to sit there and watch this guy. Shoot a basketball. Well that's how you feel when you watch. Trevor throw football when you get to see him live and you get to see him move. You just go. Wow i mean it's just it's just different. He's a he's a face of a franchise. I think trevor can be an international superstar. Football players at become international superstars Adding part of the part of that is just you know we all wear helmets and uniforms in you know you kinda get identified by that and then you take helmets often. You know you become a normal person. Sometimes you blend in. Trevor doesn't blend in In any regard..
"clemson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"So, uh, it will never be dial back the NC double late because I'd say that was that was an entertaining game last night, albeit lopsided. It didn't draw that much. 18.7 million was one of the lowest lowest of all time. That's why I think there is potentially a problem if Alabama doesn't start running the clock out in the middle of the third quarter. I mean, that game was going to be four hours 45 minutes, something like that. We were on on pace for that thing to go forever. Let me throw something out. We talked about yesterday. That's why you need to expand the playoffs. So you don't have the Alabama Clemson's and Ohio State's every year. J. Vito back me up on this, I did I did I discussed before you came on. So add the 50 to 24 is the exact same score that A and M lost Alabama by and Maggie's on the Internet last night, were somehow explaining. That's why they belong in the college football playoff. It doesn't add up to me to me. It means nobody belong there, except for alibi. And and and Alabama was going to win, no matter what. But why? I don't understand. Why do we need to expand the playoff? What does that Because because for excitement because it's turning stale because every year it's the same school same three or four schools. We need to make it like the NC double a tournament where sometimes you have a Cinderella in there. You put some Cinderella in some situations put the Cultural Carolina's put them liberties in there puts it. Cincinnati's in there, put the s and using their, you know, Get some of the teams. That's out of the power five. That could surprise somebody. Cincinnati almost beat George. I know Georgia had a lot of opt out, but still I think that would lead to be lied to Maurizio I'tm Mint. You know, it would totally Leedham workshop because it's becoming stale right now, With Alabama and Clemson, Ohio State dominating and you throw in the Sooners, too. You know it zoo me It's stale and almost an afterthought. We we did talk last hour. At about is is Alabama bad for college football? Because they they seem to just win every other year, seven titles now for saving more than anybody ever. He's 69 years old. Over under 2.5 more Ah, I think under and we had to be under. Yeah, it's got to be under saying that he may be what you know how much time does he have left on this contract? I mean, it's a lifetime. I understand that, but it isn't really or I mean, I think he's Yeah, I'll tell you guys not now that Steve Sarkisian is officially here and it's talked in this would warn the burnt orange No take backs because last night and maybe they did you guys notice this? Felt Nick Saban had a lightness to him that I had never seen him. You know where with one of the titles. It wasn't the Texas one, but there was one that he won. And afterwards he just seemed grumpy, like like he couldn't wait to. He needed to be out on the road Recruiting. At that moment, he couldn't even take the time to lift the crystal football. And last night, he seemed to do not have that He seemed light and happy and he was smiling is very historic. And I'll tell you what there was a part of me. I like had a little a pit in my stomach. I was Like man. He's about to retire and they're gonna offer Steve Sarkisian the job he started. You're never gonna get on the plane. He's going. He's here. He laid it on the plane, and I wouldn't even bring it up if he wasn't already here, Okay, But that's what I was thinking that last night, so I don't know. I hope that he's embracing his own greatness because, like you said, the guys always like, what's next? What's next? Let's recruit what he did last night. Again, not only a Diddy Diddy surpass her tied Bear Bryant. He pay past him last seven. Nobody's ever won. Seven. Not only did he surpassed Bear Bryant, who you know, was on such a pedestal, right? He has currently Maurin at ease than all of the other active coaches combined. If you saw the picture of him out there, I don't know if it's Photoshopped or whatever, but he's just kind of like leaning. And it just rings. All those championships are right there. Hopefully he deserves to enjoy that for a moment that was very insightful job was thinking the same thing because they looked happy last night. He usually scowling and pissed and mad at the media mad at somebody, but he looked like he was genuinely happy Landlord Awas. It was like The Joker creating his own Batman sending Sark to Austin, knowing that within years here we come for you. We're finally going to give you a run for your money, Nick. Let me tell you. What did you see the reports you? Maybe that? Did you talk about the new offensive coordinator? Alabama? You can't win them all out. Got camel. My lord. This gets over. Now it's over Bruce Feldman over. It's reported that Bill O'Brien has visited Tuscaloosa and is in line to succeed Steve Sarkisian as Alabama's offensive coordinator,.
"clemson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Over an hour. 8:30 A.m. Eastern fellas, I say this key ready second time I've said it this morning SportsCenter guy cliche. Unplanted firmly in cheek. You ready? Another? It's the F word we're allowed to say on the radio. Not that one. Fatigue. Alabama fatigue. Remember in the seven year history the college football playoff Alabama has missed it. One time in the seven year history. The college football playoff Clemson is missed it one time Oklahoma been there multiple times, Ohio State Been there multiple times. He ls you and Jay did everything that they could possibly do. Caught Alabama knocked him off in T Town won the national championship had Joe Burrow They did everything they could possibly do every piece of sweat equity. Catch Alabama. And it lasted one year. That's how strong Alabama is. Even when your best competitors finally runs you down. They realize they're renting an Alabama is buying. But J. I think you are buying that this domination that even though everybody goes back to that effort, fatigue, you're buying that this Alabama D word dynasty and dominance. It is good. Not bad for college football. Yeah, it makes you want to tune in to see if a team actually has a chance to dethrone them. I mean, every single year we're talking about Alabama football. Being at the top of the top, and for people who are in sports is a quiet fatigue. I'm so tired of Alabama, but you're paying attention to Alabama. You're hearing people talk about Alabama. You're paying attention the games to see whether it is Jared Judy. The real deal is not your hair is the real deal is devoutly Smith. Is that going to translate all these different storylines get you to buy into How special the team this Alabama team has. And I will give Nick saving so much credit in the same way I talk about Coach K Your ability to be malleable over the course of your dynasty is everything you have to be able to change with the times Long gone are the days of Mark Ingram. Derrick Henry, Ground impounded. Now you're seeing Maura Carpio principles. You're seeing more air raid principles. And I go back to the 2018 National championship game when they were down double digits to Georgia when they inserted to us ever since. They kind of played with this spread offense, you know, they still concert now Jean Harris and company but since then they've had a top to offense. About a top to offense in college football like I think it's that reason. Zubin that we we watch this team and you love to hate them because you want to see them dethrone that some people get tired of seeing LeBron James and the Golden State Warriors and the World Championship game. Sure, but you knew it. You knew what was coming and you still want to watch because you want to see LeBron dethrone Golden State. So for the same reason you hate it. You love to hate it because you want to see it go down. That's why you pay attention to it. There's there's no fatigue. For me. It's simple. Recruit better find better players and coach better where you'll be in the mix do with Alabama Does. Alabama finds the right players? They develop them. They turn him off two pros, so the next group of guys that they're recruiting It's easy for them to recruit us. He did it for many years under Pete Carroll. If you pick up the phone, you go to the high school. They see the logo. It's easy. They're looking to come. Go to Alabama. They're looking to go to Clemson. You know when you're winning, that's what it is. And when you're producing players at the next level, because that's not full each others who've been here, guys play football. Go make money. They playing football cause they want to go to Clemson and go to school. That was a lifelong dream. There's a lifelong dream to play football there. But do you really think it was a lifelong dream for them to go there and get an education? They're going to get the education when they're there, but they want to make money. They're putting their bodies in harm's way to make money and when you producing pros Consistent. Whether it's Mark Ingram a Mari Cooper or R R. Uh, Jalen, uh, Harris or Judy or any of the guys that have come through Alabama to going on have success. Landon Collins. I mean, this is a number of guys because Alabama is rich and talent. They go toe out across the country, the landscape, they go as far episiotomy recruit. All the way back to the East Coast in the Jersey area to recruit in all in between. And when they walk in with that logo, it's easy for me. They're gonna win they're gonna produce. And if teams like Texas that Sark is going to can do some of those same things, we'll be we'll be talking about Texas. In the next year, too. Oklahoma If they start to get the talent that could compete against the Alabama's will be talking about Oklahoma. If USC start to get the talent Like they had in the past that could compete against Alabama, Ohio State. We'll be talking about him, but until then, it's gonna be about Alabama. And Bill is think about this without knowing a thing right next year. Bryce Young, who is likely going to be Alabama's starting quarterback next year, and by the way, just when you think you know something, this hotshot kid Bryce Young came in. He took the final few snaps of the game yesterday Key. Remember back There were people that thought Bryce Young was gonna unseat Mack Jones and be a true freshman started. That's what many people thought. In the offseason. You just have to let the regular season play out. But think about this next year. Ohio State's gonna have a new quarterback Clemson, for the most part is going to have a new quarterback and a young girl a leg. Alabama's gonna have a new quarterback, probably in Bryce Young. We'll see how it goes with ls to you They were injury ravaged that the position they may have A new quarterback sight unseen key. I don't care what this guy Bryce Young is capable of doing. Alabama is just going to keep on rolling, whether it's dark or not for the last four years. Think about this Keep in the last four years. They played in the playoffs or made it close to the playoffs and every single one of those years they lost the coordinator. Right. That's a big thing for a lot of teams to lose an offensive and defensive coordinator. But these guys just keep on moving, no matter who's coming in. Who's coming out? No matter who's playing quarterback how much experience they have, how little experience they have and think about it. 2nd and 26 J referenced it the championship game against Georgia. 2nd 26 2 of It's Devante Smith to win the championship..
"clemson" Discussed on WTVN
"Why was traced sermon able to do that? Because the bulldozers up front they annihilated the Clemson defense of front. Annihilate him completely owned them. And same thing, too, in the northwestern game too exact on me, And they brought it up that during the broadcast that Jeff Trey sermon The yards after contact was impressive, however, equally impressive like there were several runs where he's 9 10 yards down the field before anybody gets a hand on exactly exactly, you know, his two games stretch here, you know, dating back to the northwestern game in the game against clamps and 524 total yards. Is the highest number of yards consecutive back to back games by any running back in the history of Ohio State. Football. Unbelievable. He broke Eddie George's record in the Big 10 championship game with the 3 31 versus 3 13. Yet he puts up 5 24, and I think that yards after contact is kind of interesting because they reported it is yards before contact 193 yards that he had against Clemson. 85 yards of that. Were yards before content, which is impressive on the think about the ad on now of over 100 yards after initial contact. Now, this is a guy that in the first four weeks if the wind was blowing too far from one direction it would not came over. He was nothing. He had nothing. That's that. That's what our criticism was like. He's getting tackled too easily by the first guy, but let's just enjoy it. But I don't know that I have an explanation other than he got that comfort level and it to Bill's point. Um, that offensive line came together at the same time that the light went on for Trey sermon. And here's my point. Just imagine. How good he would have gotten how much earlier he was really with the world regular season regular schedule because you mentioned that to Bill we missed the opportunity for him to have nonconference games to get acclimated. And then kind of get boy real quick is he had to break I thought, you know it was a blowout win, but two of the most important place where by him 28 to 14. Near the end of the first half, you know Fields had been banged up. They had a 3rd and 10 like me at the 40 yard play handed it off to him and he got the first town and then they went down and scored, but they were Like content. Okay, we're gonna put it away and just get the halftime with a 28 14 lead. He got him a first down and then clubs and got some momentum had scored after in the second half, and it's 3rd and 10 again back into your own eight yard line. They threw a screen to him Look like he's gonna pick up like five or six yards. He split two guys. Got the first time. That was the play where initially they said touchdown that he didn't tackle but that that got him a first down. They ended up scoring. So two huge plays there hopefully can make some more on Monday night, Maura your calls.
"clemson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
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"The first overall pick in April and are widely expected to select Trevor Laurence with that pick Jacksonville. You're on the clock for ESPN. I'm Michelle Steele travel Lawrence 34 2 in three seasons leading clubs into three A C C titles and three appearances in the playoff winning the title. In 2018, and Wednesday, he took to social media to thank Clemson looking back on it. I hope my legacy Clemson is that was a great teammate and a great person. Overall, just more than football. More than how I play. Each game is just how I treated people. I want that to be the main thing that I'm known for, and I feel like over the last three years. That's the thing I've kept us A priority is just treating people well and being a good person, So I hope that that's my my legacy. When I When I leave here, I've learned a lot from coach, sweetie and just from from all my coaches, um, really just coach Streeter often scored their coach, Elliott, Um, all the position coaches support staff. Everyone has been so good to me and treated me like family since I since I've gotten here On faith aspect is really been the most important thing in my life for my teammates Over the past three years, it's been the most fun ride I've been on. I'll look back at these three years. I have the best memories when the national championship winning a lot of games, um, just just not even that, but just more so all the little moments being in the locker room in practice spending every day together. And just having those memories of just us laughing and cutting up and just enjoying life together. That's the things I remember forever when I look at my life as a whole. So far, just this journey of 21 years. The most formative years have been my time here at Clemson. Like I said, It's taught me how to be a better man. No doubt. That's the biggest takeaway. Really. Obviously, it's made me a better football player, but that's kind of secondary toe. What it's taught me about life, and I really feel like I'm a man now, and I'm ready to take on those challenges and the super excited for for life ahead. The best has always yet to come. But, man, I'm I'm grateful for Clemson, and I'm gonna miss it. But I just want to say thank you to everyone that supported Clemson long my clips and family, whether that's fans, my teammates, my coaches in my immediate family. I mean, I just I'm so thankful for you guys. I wouldn't be Who I am. If it wasn't for you all there's so many people that have helped raise me up and I can't wait to see what God has next for us. But my time here has been amazing. And I'll be a Clemson Tiger forever. He's got more.
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"Like much. It was a stop route, but they were on the right half smart. No LA veranda come back along the left sideline. That's a lot of air time. You gotta have a rocket arm and he did it right there. 1st 10 field going to his right out of the shotgun stamp fires and has a man complete. Jameson Williams. Steps out of bounds in the Buckeye bench near the 43 yard line. They'll need another footprint for yet another first down so second four upcoming for Ohio State leads a 21 to 14. It's interesting. Earlier tonight, the Buckeyes were huddling Most every play. There have been some not so I guess. Direct talk. Hold one sermon bust through breaks a tackle off a horse collar 35 30 running to his left, trying to spin off another and finally twisted out of bounds at the 27 yard line. They went with no huddle on that play and sermon. Took the handoff and found a crease between the center in the left guard, and they started to his left. Wow. Race sermon is running with a purpose that I hear Sean that was inside zone. A Clemson defender had trace sermon around the neck, trying to wrestle him down. He just took him off. Like he was nothing like the fly off of a giant horse who is galloping town field. That was beautiful. 30 yards on the Kerry. Unbelievable run by Tracer band Man What a night he is having so far he carries two yards touchdown graduate transfer from Oklahoma takes the handoff sermon running to his right can't get up field north and south Gate of a yard on the play. It's interesting sermon. His first career touchdown reception was from Baker Mayfield at Ohio Stadium in 2017. Three on the tackle for the Tigers and now an injured Clemson defensive lineman. This is Tyler Davis, the sophomore from Apopka, Florida. There is some booing going.
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