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"dave van" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"dave van" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Now i is just incredible just incredible. It is amazing how the stress in burdens of work and things that are going on in life how dramatically it impacts your sleep and then it's such a fish cycle because you need your sleep to repair the damage you do yourself on a daily basis and if you're not sleeping well that means you're not repairing damage which means it starts piling up and in my case end up with a pretty clogged artery and you get to learn cardiology speak which ironically i was working in healthcare so i would have known it anyway but it was still. It was a complete very thankful that i was working where i was working. When your cardiac event took place gives that was that my office which was a medical clinic so the they were able to run tests and in realize that something wasn't right at well. You say that again it definitely wasn't but Thankfully i lived to tell the tale. But it's again you know finances is such a big part of everybody's life because it you know it's the fuel that allows us to do certain things and make decisions but i can tell already that you know when you're working with with clients and things like that you're approaching things in a life typo model and not just say okay you know what percentage of your income do you wanna invest in this type of funder this kind of this or this kind of that kind of thing. You're trying to pull out. And i'm guessing in knowing people like do the sometimes it's difficult for them to flush that out because they don't really know they haven't really about it. It's like okay why you know what is important to you what we talked about risk or anything like that like okay. What's important to you. What what's the outcome would. What do you want to do than twenty years from now As far as financial work life all that kind of stuff in that can help design how we approach things when we're doing financial planning but i'm sure you've run into people all the time like i don't know i just want invest money. Okay well. I need a little more information. Yeah it's like. Yeah it's like okay. Well here by this. You know but you know it's it should be a little bit more thought provoking and not. Just what you saw social media by. It's like do some research and work with your financial advisers on that because otherwise you can watch your money go from here to in no time at all that's right and and really Money be just simply later on becomes a resource for you to be able to live the life. You want to continue to live and do those things that you want to do to make a difference in the world. Whether it's for your kids cherry easier you care about what whatever it is. You're you're right. I and then it in this. This is a good lesson. I think for any entrepreneurs. Just ask really good questions get really good at at being an excellent listener and be more present when you're talking to your customers and your prospects and ask good questions to draw out what's most important to them so that you can provide solutions. That will help them because everyone listening whatever the business is you're you're helping someone in some way but are you asking the right questions and as i mentioned about being present more now than ever people appreciate when someone takes a couple extra minutes to ask a couple more really good questions show you care we that now more than ever at after everything happened in twenty twenty. I mean everything that happened in holy cow. But that's the if. I could just leave one bit of advice today. Is if you can find a way to be more present with people who you're talking to every day and show that you're interested in not just caring about being interesting be interested. What what what a difference. You're you're twenty. Twenty one will be not spot on advice and at twenty twenty was a year that i certainly won't forget anytime soon. And it impacted everybody. In a variety different ways every sector industry work life. Everything we know. was impacted by now. As were you know getting into the middle part of twenty twenty one at the time of this recording. You know we're starting to see things up on what part of the country. You're in the other some states. That are a little bit more open than others. But until debate that as time goes on that will that will be the norm. Hopefully by the later part of this year will be as close to whatever normal will look like as possible but i mean knowing with work and businesses. Are they going to be working remotely or they're going to be back. Office is going to be a hybrid. There's a lot of anxiety and confusion and entrepreneurs and business owners are just as confused there. They've they've got this fear because they don't wanna make a mistake. And when i talk to people don't worry about making a mistake if it doesn't work than do the next thing. Yes we soc back if the if you want to get everybody back to the office and your employees are going. No i wanna work remote two or three days a week. Then try it out. They've been working remotely anyway for the last year. You're exactly that not only that cat out of the bag. The cat grabbed its claws and shredded. That bag. that bags doug done. It's no one can say well. We can't do remote work you again. You've done it now. There may be certain types of roles in businesses. That i can. I can see where an office presence may make sense but it it really depends on things and i hope that organizations in entrepreneurs have an open mind set in openly communicate with everybody involved in silkair. What makes sense in with. Of course the the bottom line is what can we do to make sure that we're providing the best service to our customers. What do they need from us. And i love you know what you said a couple of minutes ago so you can give a couple of extra minutes asked those questions. I have conversations with my vendors. Anybody that i buy stuff with you know i out of the gatiss. Okay how are you. What's what's what's going on. You know how If i know them well enough in alaska other families navigating through this. So what are they doing to keep themselves entertained in healthy and all of that when there's a lot of things that you know haven't been available for them to do that in just an unruly seek to understand. Okay what's going on. Because i know everyone has had some difficulties during this past year and some change and some fared better than others. But you don't know that so you ask and provide advice or if they tell you something. Go while i'm gonna totally do that. That makes a lot of sense. Thanks for that tip. And it's just slowing down. And i think that was the thing that jumped out at me that i i was really hopeful that this pandemic was going to help create is a little bit more methodical pace And not this completely grinding. Eighteen hour days all that kind of stuff so many people and organisations were doing. It's not sustainable not healthy We seen all kinds of stuff. The world health organization just released a study with data from twenty sixteen the indicated that people that.
"dave van" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Of put a label on and then I can remember taking a look at some pictures of my kids when they're younger. We we have three kids. Who are twenty two. Twenty and sixteen. But i i remember a couple years ago. Take a look at some pictures. And i was there but i can't remember being there so i was there but i was not present and so i just. I came to the realization. And this is just my makeup. I'm not saying anything was wrong with the job. thing it was just. It was my makeup. That i got to a point where i i was successful. Both these roles. I wasn't successful in other parts of my life in a change needed to happen and so two thousand and nineteen. It is a great ryan. But i i Told the firm that i would be stepping away that i needed to go back in and focus one hundred percent on my clients not my family in his time to let someone take over. Who's ready and the moment that i told this person that i was going to be stopping away one. When i hung up the phone. I had a physical feeling of this weight being lifted off my shoulders. Might my shoulders literally went up. I i can't explain it. It was the craziest thing. Stress is a physical. Can that can be a very physical thing. And when when. I made that decision. It changed everything so powerful To hear that. I know that physical strain of stress and i myself did have a heart attack back in two thousand nine and some significant health challenges and job loss car. Repossession home foreclosure all in a year. That was a fun year But it gave me an opportunity in the fact that you thankfully avoided that and then in a recognized you know especially the moment about seeing the pictures of you at family gatherings and doing things and you were physically there. You weren't there. And i completely can resonate with that. During the time the lead up to my cardiac was very similar. Situation where i was going through the motions and i was there but i was being pulled in so many different directions and i wasn't me i mean i was there but just my soul was a the mute button asleep. Whatever the case may be just. I wasn't there and it takes courage to step away because i know you know from a financial standpoint. You know that was a bit of a pay cut to say the least And and when you when you look at that. And i think that's one of the biggest challenges. I'm seeing right now with a lot of people. I'm sure you do too with your clients is the allegations whether it's mortgage paying for school for their kids in all the things that you know the bills that we get thrown at us all the time. There's a certain level of income that they feel that they need in order to be able to do things that they want to do and have all the things that they want to do. And sometimes we like to overcompensate things like will we need this type of house instead of this type of house or we need this type of car instead of this type of car or whatever they buy answer. Wait a minute best buy. Has this brand new. You know ninety thousand inch television. That would look great in our living room. Even though the wall won't fit it it'll still look great and are living or you know. I'm not picking on people but i know people that will do that and you know i know somebody in particular that i kid you not. You know one of the things that they did when they bought their new houses they were. They looked at the living room wall. And say okay. How big is the wall. How much of a big of a television going to get nothing wrong with that. If you can afford it it makes sense and brings you joy and fulfillment in life by all means. Please do it but sometimes what happens is we can. I can't take that pay. They gotta do this. And this and all of a sudden it just adds more stress to the situation instead of making that decision to step off. And you'll know. I need to take a step back or a step in a different direction. I don't like saying he took a step back. I think you took a at this point in your life. You're like i need to do this. I wanna do this type of work. Instead and sage advice for coaches to give entrepreneurs and people. And i know that scene to one of the things that you're really passionate about is helping businesses and entrepreneurs in navigating through not just the financial aspect of thing but just you know in life and in work and being great entrepreneurs healthy ones that right. That's right that's right and you know the thing that You made me think of something of because of the way that my wife. And i have saved money. Didn't get br our heads through the year with expenses in debt. We we have no debt and we worked really hard on that together through the years So's twenty years of our jones. It'll be our twenty year anniversary in august as well. This is two thousand. Twenty one's a good year but we put ourselves in a position over the years to easily be able to take the step and enter. Focus on you know. Really what i'm truly meant to do in this world and his to help our clients as it is to be a financial adviser and and now that now by did make that decision. I talked about being present. I am so present everywhere. I'm more present with you right now than it would have been if we talked to years ago because i would have been ten other things going on in the back of my mind cautiously or not.
"dave van" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back. I've got dave buskirk online dave. Reo very good. How are you michael. I'm great looking for this conversation today. So you've got an interesting backstory and we talked a little bit in the pre show about it but once share with the audience. A little bit about you. And then we'll dive right into the work. Do sure thank you very much a for having me on. This is really quite a pleasure. I financial advisor actually. This month is twenty years. Since i started in my practice all our jones investments. I my background. I came from the corporate world for ten years. Prior always knew i would do this. But didn't quite have the confidence at first. But yeah been been doing this for twenty years My office is in irving texas. We've got the most wonderful client. In the world the most wonderful team karen kendra work in my office. It's fan just an amazing amazing ride. So i wonder why. People choose vocation that they went into. And you had mentioned that you always knew that you would be in the financial investment advisory type of world but what drove you to pick that career is. It's really interesting when i was. I don't know the exact day i know was thirteen years old. I do know the exact place and it was on southside drive in a wego new york town at my grandparents house. My grandfather worked for ibm for his entire career. And one day. When i was there with my family. I heard my grandparents talking about their ibm stock. My grandfather was more into watching the mets games on television to to get him for a few minutes to talk about. Ibm he wasn't very happy. Working all those years. But i asked my grandmother. She could tell me a little bit about what they were doing. Because i was interested in learning about the stock market and she told me that through ibm that employees were able to purchase company stock through their paychecks and for years. She did not even know about that but she heard about it through some friends. My grandfather didn't think they could afford to buy any and what she did was she had. Even though she was raising four kids she went and got a part time job. She had the foresight to see that if whatever she made they could put into that. Ibm stock that would be something that would grow to a nice nest egg and in addition to his pension in their social security that it would do a lot for them for their family going forward and she showed me the power of taken a little bit of money every month than she had a ledger share bought. She showed me everything and that was how it got started from there. I started subscribing money magazine. In high school. I went to villanova university and stayed financing every investment class. I could take i did. It's something that. I just always wanted to do that. I found out well being a financial adviser. You could do something that you're interested in but also helped a lot of people make a meaningful difference in the world but it's all because of my grandmother and my grandparents. They're the second account. I opened and they rolled over one hundred percent of that. Ibm stock that they had saved up and they didn't spend any of it by a went to all of their kids when they passed away lessons to be learned in that story. Oh definitely the fact of investing in a long time ago. An early makes a lot of difference in just a disclaimer. I wanna make sure get out. Everybody were not providing any financial advice during this conversation today. Work with your own independent financial adviser because with that person. And you you know your risks what you want to invest in you know all that kind of good stuff so i just wanna make sure put that out there so if we say something it's not a case of okay go out and buy this particular stock or things like that We're talking about a point time years ago but it does it does bring to light you know winnie invest and a with my nineteen year old daughter. She's investing in stocks. And like you do that. 'cause dad really wishes he would have a little bit earlier than he did. But you know the the planning. The tree analogy is like the best time to plan. A tree was twenty years ago in the second best times right now so it's like did don't shut while do it now because he's still have type so it makes a lot of sense but the fact that you were inquisitive about that going. What's that instead of. Who the mets happen to be playing that day. You know nothing wrong against you know that to you. Know it's like you know the the mets of you know they've had some great teams over the years and hall of fame players and all of that. But it's like yeah. Let's let's look at investing in stock and all of that kind of stuff so in the fact that you know that conversation launched your career means a lot because a lot of people that are in different types of business. I hear stories like that. You know it's not a case of well you know i went to college. Went to university of wherever and got my degree and business or marketing. And then i work in business and all that you do that cycle. I figure that's where you can make the you know the best income for my life and all of that great but then when you hear stories like yours. Risk yeah my. My career path was driven from a conversation. I had with my grandmother Says a lot. And i think a lot of entrepreneurs in a look back and think about that because sometimes people forget those conversations but know. Dig back and go okay. Why did you go into your first career or career. Now you know what was the story behind it in You know that makes a big difference so nothing we talked about in the pre show a little bit something. Obviously i do a lot of work in is is burnt out in the street shared with me. I think is one that will resonate with the audience. Because you know a lot of people are in roles. That are just overwhelming. Any a of work is overwhelming in many situations. You have busy seasons and all that but sometimes you get into leadership roles for example and some of those roles are so taxing that they suck your will to live in a way For many of us. So unless you share a little bit about that sure yes so it was back in two thousand. So i started with john's in two thousand and one in two thousand nine i was asked to be regional leader in the dallas fort worth area and it what a what a what an opportunity holy cow i am so so grateful for for being asked for being able to serve. I did for ten years. And so i was wearing two hats. A one was being a regional leader but also continuing to be financial advisor and and help clients and grow the business and for years and years it was it was really wonderful. What i what. I didn't realize though was how seriously i was taking both roles cycads and i wasn't necessarily a being end of I was successful in both but at a cost and the cost was health issues There was there was one day in two thousand eighteen. I was out to lunch with a friend of mine. And i thought i was having a heart attack and i went to the emergency room and i was not having a heart attack. It was stress and That kind.
"dave van" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect
"Your yo what is up everybody. Welcome to another episode of the win win. Effect show presented by windex videos. I'm your host chris. Ross and if you're new to us welcome aboard in episode one zero seven. We're going to increase our financial literacy. Speaking with a financial entrepreneur has been killing it for the last twenty years. Dave van buskirk some of the things to pay attention to in today's episode. It takes a little bit more than increasing your knowledge when it comes to finance to becoming a great financial advisor for your client community and everyone that comes in contact with them and just a disclaimer. Before we begin comes to finance you know how it goes. If you listen to anything on the show do not take it as a vice or any type of guidance. When it comes to investments this show was recorded for entertainment purposes only lasts lee. Stand by for a quick message before we start. Today's show. if you're tuning in you're listening to the audio and you would.
"dave van" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"But i'm open to hearing other thoughts and concerns from that. There's a format review subcommittee. I serve on that. The jets were brick the athletic director. Notre dame of my friend and colleague. Bob bowls be in craig thompson commissioners of the big twelve and west respectively talking through scenarios. What is it me In and we now have seven years of the college football playoff look back evaluate against the objectives established and then consider. Is there something that might work with. The that could be different. None of that predicts change. And i think that's important to understand but the possibilities of that have been identified. I think sixty three was the number seems kind of an arbitrary number. What when you start it for teams and then you're going to six eight ten twelve and sixteen in that press release there. There's a lot of possibilities and i'm interested in thoughts. I'm interested in the impact on the regular season None of these decisions are to be taken lightly to be be identified as easy but it's a meaningful review. It's a look towards the future. We've got five seasons left under the current set of agreements. And i'm not going to predict any outcomes or not going to give anything away you know. Let's let's tease whatever. may come later but understand. There's a bit of a amount to climb here. If there's any change in from our perspective you know. I walked by the cfp championship trophy that we've kept for the second consecutive year. The system has worked really well for what i think is the highest level of college football. And that's sec. Football commissioner the the other topics that gets a lot of attention is the the discussion and we we had. Ross jalen garon earlier talking about some people with whom he has visited with in congress You know it better than we do. But it's a it's something that people your your conference and member institutions have to be prepared for without knowing really where it's going. What is this period like for you and the people with whom you communicate with every day you know we. We started talking about covid and uncertainty. So we're back in uncertainty around what's going to happen with name image and likeness. The good news is we've had a year of adaptation quickly around uncertainty. It's just a different topic Relative to ross. I i thought he wrote a really interesting piece that i read last night. And i'm sure that was the center of your your interview. I'm i'm sorry have missed that earlier but pretty informed conversation with some of our political leaders. There are three fronts on this of this discussion. one is what's happening in state capitals in. We've got eleven states. I think there are eight of our states that have acted at some form Whether or not all eleven and our footprint act. I don't know but when you expand beyond just the sec's region. We won't have fifty state laws by july. First we're going to have different state laws A lot of those are are centered around the same philosophy and may be able to work. But then there's some elements that are concerning about the ability to support healthy intercollegiate competition. So state state laws are one. The second is this congressional conversation again. Like ross did a an effective job presenting the status I've been clear in fact. I've been in dc. And i've i've spoken with with Elected representatives about the need for a national standard around name. Like this given. What's happening states all the way back to california's action. The ncaa can't adopt a rule that solves all of these state issues. You'd still have variants even with an ncaa rule which is the ncaa consideration the third front of conversation. And so the need for congressional action. I think is still real so we can have a common playing field. I do think as ross identified in his article. There's going to be more than name and likeness in a bill. I'm learning more about civics. Reality than i ever learned in high school or college and i remain hopeful that we can can keep the engagement at the congressional level and can come to an effective destination that meets student. Athlete needs at allows names like night likeness activity to take place in an appropriate form but still preserved. What's special about american college athletics. And we can't lose sight of those those common realities in in the need for a destination that supports healthy intercollegiate competition in the education of our student athletes. Commissioner of the southeastern conference. Greg sankey Joining us Commissioner thank you very much Some massive topics ahead and And of course the news today from your office so we hope to see a very very soon thanks fall. It's nice to have cove it'd be a small part of the conversation is still want people to be attentive to their health and there are. There are a lot of big issues or no. There's no easy button right now in my work well We look forward to the next time. And there's a lot going on. Thank you commissioner. Thank you very much for your time. We are up against a break few more minutes remaining and we were coming back right after this. We are officially out of time for this program. We appreciate all of you for being a part of it Some really interesting guests today will See you right here tomorrow..
"dave van" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Then. I can't believe it's you thought wheel must have was a better hand coasting lane kiffin spiel came to believe that anyway I just wanna talk about the defense and You know the defense Under the last two regimes They didn't recruit any lineman in. I'm talking about other defensive spots so you know nine kissing coming in this. Being his second year i absolutely think the defense is going to be leaps and bounds. Ahead of what Last year because once again Front you know. Well jimmy this. I been a fan of lane. Kiffin is i think I remember talking to him before. He hired durkan's and He said he said what do you think. I think he's really good coach. I forget what has had. Don't mean to forget what what has happened. But you're not hiring him to be a head coach and i. I saw some improvement late in the year. I would agree with you. I thought the bowl game. They looked a lot better. They look pretty good against state. They also gave away a couple of games that they shouldn't have. But yeah but that happens You don't have to commit to be a lane lane thin. I've like landon. Great deal. But i was just making a point that i don't think ole miss can be a contender until that defense gets a lot more players Okay but listen. I don't agree. That's what i'm saying because we got them. Listen we by the way my am. I still being smoker. Did you back off on that. Atom bag hang. I know which I thought it was on the. I thought it was going you know have something to say back but you've been very well being gracious.
"dave van" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Lot of games and you know we need to. We need to win as many as we can. And at the same time you know. We're not trying to break art. We're trying to. We're trying to build us up together or not. I think i think our staff is not a really good job of that. I think our players. I've done a really nice job of listening in and working with us. And like i said with their starting coming out of the pen of these guys come out. They gave us everything they have coach. Finally i'm curious about the temperament because it is a long year and you know this is the end the regular season. But it's a long way from here to the final game in late. June in omaha. How how how do you keep yourself. Grounded knowing that You you can't you can't look even beyond what what's in front of you. Which is tomorrow night against florida. Yeah it's a you know. I think just from experience. She has learned how to stay calm and know. Let everybody else talk about what could happen in the future. Because we've got to make it happen and you can only do that when you're playing and you move to the next day like i said it's it's a different sport. You don't play once a week a lot you've got you've got to try to figure out how to manage different guys different ways talk of different players different ways and i think even more at this for Yeah you know. It's a long ways off that we know words addis down the road and every wanna get there we gotta keep working in We really we really try to shorten things up this time of year. We practices short Our guys not play. We're not. We're not driving them into the ground where we're trying to build them up. Good strong stretch run coach. Many thanks for coming on all the best this weekend and ex and the rest of the way and we look forward to chatting again. as the razorbacks make Make a lot of noise In college baseball season. Congratulations so far. Thanks for having thank you very much. the great coach of the razorbacks coach van horn dave van horn and we are going to take a break We still have to talk to you on the phones at eight. Five five two four two seven two eight five hundred reminder. We'll talk to the commissioner of the sec. At the bottom of the hour they had a big announcement today from birmingham. And we will share that with you right after this. You're listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast out. Do.
"dave van" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Stuck with us. I mean these are exciting. Times man are excited right here. I remember years. I played to be on the bubble. This just the the all call. I mean off still out a form. To- i'm saying how big all about basketball fan i am. I still got it. A little peaky co- when back in the eighty third one up sweet. Sixteen run of six straight sweet. Sixteen we as playing kentucky one year down five with thirty minutes to go. I remember awfully and gm farmer had a two one play against kentucky and mark and mark goff redraw but it off of this good and i stood up the kick the footstool so that was in one thousand nine hundred eighty s that was in nineteen eighty-six at the omni get older. They by the way. Do you remember remember sitting courtside. That was the fourth time alabama loss to kentucky that season. yep la- had not known the year long mile mark. I may latest the year. Hey does no. I can tease though. Yeah yeah. I covered that That game was in oakland. I'll never forget as long as i live. Yeah well pass some great teams but man. I'm so excited about this team. My paul the university of alabama forgiving oats extension. and man. what he's done. We got a guard coming next year. J. b. davis in a five star wing had a point are like this. That's eating widely. I mean times are ex died in palm in it died alibi. The basketball. I am tom. We won't be all and twenty twenty. I imagine you take care of yourself you got. Tom is up next and louisiana. Hey tom hey paul great show thank you. I can't believe i'm following legend but I think he's bad. Bread was baked. I think he will. Hey listen I want you to talk about the radio. I didn't miss your whole show but You know. I live up here in reston and we're used to listen to. Wwe ale jerk and we Have cloudy and buddy dilbert. Oh buddy de jains. Yeah they were just great and I got to introduce my kids to them. But but here you get him awakes. And i used to live right down the road from you and I'm trying to remember the other station. Where homer homer in mendon eight right in between i. When i was in louisiana i used to introduced a half and then later buddy and those guys I mean i have have. Gaudy was the personification of new orleans i mean he sounded like a guy. You'd run into at the corner bar. Oh yeah yeah. That was the greatest thing. Well see. buddy he was a newspaper man. I think he was so so he didn't have a voice for kind of like you see saying no i i mean i. I can't listen to myself. Because i don't sound like these broadcasters it because i'm not abroad i want i am i want salt on my. I'm not a broadcaster and it was one of my bosses and she. She looked at me. Like are you out of your mind. I mean we're paying you to be a broadcaster. But that's not what i meant. Hey did they. Are they really interview. And paul reubens to play you and the tv show. They're they're bringing back the character i would. I would be good. We'll be wally cox. Yeah i will tell you and and it. It's not my baby any longer than somebody has bought it but the the actor that agreed to it and that doesn't mean whoever it will ever see the light of day is is It's much significantly younger so Think more than than ancient. Oh okay we'll have to look forward to that but listen Did you i. I can get a navy away. I out of santo. I remember this ground in my pillow. You know oh you know little bit older the you well. I heard me say this. I was a kid I would Listen to the cardinal broadcast at night and They were involved in a pennant race. was eight or nine years old and i had to my my parent's room wasn't i mean we were. We didn't have a big big house. It was pretty pretty small. And i i the literally put it in my ear. So they wouldn't they would. They wouldn't hear it. Yeah oh yeah nine. I had an uncle. He was a big cardinals fan. He would listen to harry carey carey when he did. The car knows but But don't wwl yeah and then I could get a station out of oklahoma. Her jet co right. yeah. I mean there were there. Were they called those stations not to give anyone. A radio wasn't channel stations. Which means they got into the wire where you could I can't even explain anymore. I used to be able to but You know mo- most It was a direction. All is either direction on direction. I can't remember which one but you could. There were some stations. I worked at a station wants. You could hear it in cuba but you couldn't hear it around the corner from the station. We are officially out of time for this program. We appreciate all of you for being a part of it Some really interesting guests Today we'll See you right here tomorrow..
"dave van" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Five five two four two seven two eight five and I'm an is up next good afternoon. We left new. Paul listening to jeff's call earlier did a not get the memo or how at school speak for himself but when we kicked off the island or something retire we go away with pushed away. He he said that you mean squirrel back. I mean like squirrel. Speak for yourself. I've never gone anywhere any act like we've kept him. He lasts called on january twelfth and he acted like we've kept him from calling sense and I'm probably the longest consistent. You've to your program that there's people that called prior to me in the call here and there but i mean i'm calling all year long year in year out off season every every time and and during that time and we're talking about a twenty year period a call or not to be mentioned. It's probably quit your program. What at least three times a year on average because he's gone for long periods so that that may be fairly fairly accurate okay and and so that means quit sixty times maybe sixty times quit and and probably more if you know on average but you know i just found it interesting like your last caller said that jeff really brought nothing. He's seemed a little anxious today and and he was walking to be the lead counsel for another caller and and is that caller. Getting desperate. i mean is is. Is it that bad. And i don't know i've always taken my calls and i've always. I've always appreciate that you know. Be a part of your program. And anytime i was asked to do anything i always. You know. been more than willing to do anything. And the guy that we're talking about has never done anything. Well take full candor. I no longer really am concerned about those. Who don't participate. And you know what. Paul like light coaches. It's a day at the time you regroup and come back tomorrow. And that's what. I've always appreciated much program have a good afternoon. Thank you very much can is up next in knoxville. He can a paul. How's it going We're doing great. Thank you all right. A one of the one of the parts of your show that i liked the most is when you bring on the new coach's eye man. No it doesn't happen that often but when there's coaching turnover we all get to see the introductory press conferences. But it doesn't tell a whole lot about the coaches So when you guys have them on or when you have them on it's it's always refreshing and you you you learn a lot more about him and you guys reached out to josh hypo or how does that whole thing work. Yes here's how here's how it usually works The day that Coaches hired our our bosses Reach out to the tennessee people and just try to find out what the schedule is. And you know what we did. we did. Have that news conference as you know. And and then we invite them to come on that day or the next day or whenever they have time. Sometimes it takes a while in fact we We recently had Coach leon from vanderbilt. He had Probably eight maybe seven or eight weeks after he was hired I can tell you with absolute certainty. We have reached out Times to the tennessee people in relation to coach haifa. I i i know dany. Bramshaw told me that. He had sent a note out a couple of days ago. i don't know what the holdup is. And i will check on that and i. It's my desire to have every coach on you know that. Yes okay well. I and maybe maybe he should. I don't want to speak for him it it may either be scheduling or it may be that Maybe the situation up there is a little More sensitive with all the uncertainty. But but i i have every hope that he will be on soon now. Well that's why i'm curious about. I'm like man. I wonder if it's on paul. Or i can say without without fear or favor isn't it. It's not going to be on our end because There is not a coach in in the sec. That we do not invite to be on this program saw okay all right. Well thank you yeah. It's not one of those things where we say. No we don't want we want everyone that's part of the nature of what we do here It is a it. It's what has helped to make the the sec network. So successful is the inclusion of every sport and every every coach i mean. Today we had a women's basketball coach on from texas am who had just won the sec. And then we head coach van horn whose number one in the country in baseball. The And i i am a story type Host i mean i always look for that type of conversation and yeah. They're times when we do the show from from the sec. Meetings where everyone is there and you know there's only you weren't well only there for two days. So yeah the football coaches that you know they. They do take precedence. Times but We there's nobody we do not invite. Thank you for the call. Legend is up next wolf coach. You need a job. In fact i do. Can you help me. Yeah yeah.
"dave van" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Moses moody getting ready for the razorbacks are on the road tonight. Beginning in fifteen minutes in south carolina. Catch it coming up next. Let's get back to. Our calls. And ken is up next in texas. Hello ken how are you. Hello how're you quite. Well thank you. I just wanted to make a clarification to the gentleman for the austin american statesman. Okay rose on. I'm am grad The statue that was being Disputed was not jefferson davis. It was the statue in front of the administration building of saul ross. Okay who was a previous president along time ago naturally of am and he did own slaves in that was the whole issue but He did do two things that are notable which nobody says anything about. He saved and empha- naturally through his own resources and he also started. Prairie view am are originally. Hvac you sure so. While he was a slave owner which the people were you know The football team especially kelham on were Talking about i'm not sure body really understood. The story of saul ross. In that's that's that's it was. Not jefferson davis. It was all wrong. I'm glad you did that up. If i had one or two other people get me up on that and i did not know. Obviously harden is in arkansas harden. Thank you and good afternoon near there. Obviously not hard to get ready for the game and here we. Oh yeah okay we we have you now Yeah you're on the your heart and sorry about that. My daughter was screaming. And i couldn't hear no Just want to say. I love your show when Thanks for taking my call. Thank you that i apologize. Apologize for this question. Goes along with the young man's from alabama's question earlier but What do you think the chances are that. Arkansas might get a higher seed in the ncaa tournament is they went out the season and win the tournament. Harden i am not a bracket allergist although i know a few and we've had them on here. And you know after listening to joe girardi. After talking to seth greenberg last night and others. I think it's unlikely but arkansas would then be. Maybe the second hottest team in the country behind gone jaga. So i would. I would think they would have a chance for. I mean what are they. They had nine straight. Is that correct. Yes sir so it would be can eleven twelve thirteen. I'm like starting games. Be thirteen or fourteen straight game. That would be something to consider it because you have to believe. That's a big ten. Schools are the couple of playing tonight They'll they'll obviously two of them will meet in the three of all three You may have a couple meeting in the in the big ten so yeah. I think it's possible. I would okay. I don't i don't think alabama's in as good a position because they're not coming into the tournament on quite the Quite quite quite the lightning hot speech streak. Yeah so i. I would i. Would i think that final four spot. Maybe maybe within reach okay. The as far as especially if they were to beat alabama in the in the in the sec championship game. Absolutely in you know think. It's very doable. With his team that they stay on their They're they're they're getting their game plan as far as Run the court in getting up and down and get into that You know to the rim and You know not taking good shots you know. I think i think they'll be all right. Yeah what's interesting. it's almost i mean. Arkansas has come from the pack. I mean they were would fourth or fifth projecting projection a couple of weeks ago. So yeah i think i am. I may have answered the question for the young guy in tuscaloosa too quickly. Because i really arkansas alabama beating arkansas would really be an equivalent win. You're talking about beating a projected number two seed so it's entirely possible. I one thing. I really failed to consider the big ten teams are going to beat each other up absolutely absolutely appreciate you taking my call Like again love your show hard. Thank you and i appreciate your call and the question it was. It was quite good Let's check in with logan who is in north carolina. Logan how are you doing. Great paul how about you. We're we're doing greater. So i gotta be honest. I'm actually excited about an alabama basketball game. Tonight i'm waiting Pretty patiently. But i haven't been excited a long time And i think a lot of has to do with. I think the first interview with nate's and he discussing his offensive philosophy. I mean that was really amazing and it kind of blew. The we've had the conversation we had with nato on that day i think the eric eric muslim conversation. The other night were two of my favorites of the year. Because what. I like better than a lot of folks at some point you do you do ask about the very basic things that are important like the tournament and other things but both of these gentlemen have such a fascinating personality and philosophy that. I'm really glad you were able to hear that every time you have these guys on most of mine was really impressive as well but Is it too early to ask you to all. Who do you think's gonna come out of the sec tournament. well i mean. let's start with arkansas in alabama. They're going to have an advantage because they won't even start till friday and that is a tremendous advantage. You don't want to try to come from. The from. The behind i schools have won four games. Which is unprecedented auburn Believe in twenty fifteen. Maybe it was or fourteen. I can't remember one of bruce pros for a year. He got he. He won three games and got to saturday and ran out of gas. So it's hard to come out of nowhere so i will play the chalk. I really think the two best teams by far our our arkansas and alabama Greenberg here last night made made a convincing argument for lsu terms of they've got three nba players but I don't think. I don't think tennessee can do it. I don't i really don't think missouri can do it and kentucky After the other day is not going to do it either. I agree with you. I think those are the two teams in the in the Conference right now. One more thing to tell you before reason. I called days because Jeff from ohio called in her forever. And i call him old yeller because he sounds like he's always yelling at the phone Yearly have anything to add today. But i thought it was kind of weird he was. You know i think i don't think jeff jeff classic bully where he doesn't really like to be. Have somebody tell you you what i learned from that phone call. He's still he's still pretty he's pretty. He's pretty sore about the championship game. And he was very defensive very passive aggressive. And i think i think he's in for a long year. I don't think he's ever going to get over. That beat down because he's so wanted to spend the next twelve months on this show like he did in two thousand fifteen bragging about how superior the ohio state is to alabama. Yeah he comes off like it's It's not a big deal. You know you know it happens but yeah i agree with you. I didn't i. Didn't i didn't know his history show but i will tell you one thing paul Back in the eighties. I think saturday night live had a vote And they had vote for. If you wanted to ban andy kaufman. The comedian andy. Kaufman from the show right forever. They let viewers vote on it. I think you should have one of those on..
"dave van" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And you really don't get catch your breath and enjoy the good times and try not to get too down when it doesn't go your way because it's real to get down in this league and you've gotta you've gotta be tough mentally. You gotta find a way to win on sundays and just just get through it. And i see a lot of coaches you know and talk to him about the grind of our season. And i think we all kind of feel the same. It's will will relieve when the sec season's over and we get to go play some other teams. That's that's funny coach You know a lot about arkansas. Having been there as a student and obviously the the head baseball coach now but this is an extraordinary time to be on that campus. I mean i saw a ranking today of all the springs sports including basketball which is a winter sport and everyone's ranked everyone's high everyone's expected to To to go far including coach musselman's team which and we talked to him the other day. What what's it like. I know you don't have time to look around and smell the roses other other programs. But you know all these coaches you work with them. It's been it's been great You know hundred year check spent here a few years now and i think that he just brings a winning attitude and Just has created a just a a feeling of comfort. I guess for the coaches that he's gonna give us everything we need to go out and do our job and and i think everyone's a great job. I mean you look at women's track here. They're incredible men's tracks. Incredible basketball has made a huge jump. Under coach. muslims women's basketball has had a tremendous year I mean i could go on. And on and i think pittman and his staff did an incredible job this past fall. I mean they didn't even get to practice with these guys and they didn't. They didn't recruit hardly any of them. I mean they didn't know these kids real well for them to go out and have the season they had i think was was was awesome and But it's a good time to be a razorback. There's a lot of winning going on around here right now. Well know your fans are ready to watch a basketball game in a few minutes and see you again on on friday coach. Congratulations i know. You know you know as well as anyone you've been to the you've been to omaha countless times. You know what. It's like to play in that final game of the year. So and we look forward to talking to you again as the spring unfolds appreciate it. Paul thank you thank you. What a treat Coach then horn on here and what baseball program. He has built in fayetteville. We will take a break and we still have plenty of time and your phone calls or right around the corner..
"dave van" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Made it to the final hour great to have all of you here. Our next guest knows all about winning. He's the head coach of the number one baseball team in the country with three wins already over top ten teams three years ago. He took the razorbacks to the final game of the year. And the college world series and Coach dave van horn. Great to have you on congratulations. And i know it's still early and i'm sure you're telling your team that but there's nothing wrong with being number one in the country Good afternoon and thanks for being here. Well thanks for having us yet It's being number one like you said there's a lot of season ahead of us but we're excited where we are. We feel fortunate to be seven now and pretty much. Everyone's healthy so looking to the rest of the season coach. You can tell a lot about your team when you play really good opposition. Which you which you have already done especially in the opening weekend of the year. What what did you learn that. Maybe i'm sure you knew you knew you had a really good team. But did you learn during that Texas weekend well you know we lost two starters from our starting right fielder was a first round pick and our shortstop was a third round pick and other than that we had most everybody back and so i i knew a lot about my team. I just you never know from year year. You know how they're going to respond when they get down or do they fight to the end and that's what they did. In that. first weekend. I was really impressed with the way they just kept getting after. You know we were down five to one texas tech after five we caught em took the lead and they took the lead back from us. And then we had a big ninth-inning we went into that. You know that inning down. A runner to ended up scoring five runs and We basically had to do that. Two of the three games there. We had to come from behind late in the game to win and Just really proud of the way they the way they acted responded. And and and really just Made the other team. I guess i don't know what i'm trying to say. Just they really never shut it down. Like hey we want a couple of games here. Game three releasing going into the they just kept going they didn't want to lose in It was really fun to see coach. I think all of us are excited about where we are currently and nobody wants to go back a year but it was. It was a your next week. Knew that everything. Shut down including what you guys do. What did you take away in terms of. Maybe a learning experience from from having having to share with your team that the season was over. Deal with all the anxiety all the uncertainty and and be able to come all the way back to where we are today. It'll it's. It's time that i'll never forget when i had to pull the team the locker room and tell them that you know we weren't taking are. We weren't getting on the plane to go play. Mississippi state was on a thursday. We were thirty minutes from leave and and then to call him back and just tell them you know that it didn't look good at nothing but good as far as continuing. And i think what i took from it. I think i feel like our players took the same thing that we just never take it for. Granted anymore and al fortunate. We are to have the opportunity to in my case coach college sports and for them to apply participate. And it's just a. It's it's special to be able to do this and i can really tell that there's a it started in the fall when i got back you could just tell things were just a little bit. Different kids loved come into practice even when they retired. They smiled lot more. And i think they just felt very fortunate to be out there. Because it's so interesting to hear. Because i think we all you know we. We swim through life so quickly. You don't get a chance to really appreciate it. And that is a really an extraordinary lesson. Learned as. I'm sure you've you've communicated to your team. You're not the first number one team this year. And what's already been a barely two-week-old season i think. I think you're the third if i remember correctly. And they're all from the but which brings me to the sec question. The top four teams from the conference. You know that you play these these teams all the time but what is it like to live in the sec from baseball standpoint well. It's kinda the same way. We're you know we take this number. One ranking it's it's awesome for now but who we gotta play next weekend and that's kind of the way we we look at the league. You can get excited. You know when you win a series but you know you gotta go to you know. Maybe you're heading to lsu or mississippi state ole miss. They're coming to you in the next week or two and it's you just don't get too excited just kind of keep your head down and try to get better day today and we talk about that all the time with our team. It's a. it's a long season thirty thirty games. Grind league play..
"dave van" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Ideal it's all worth it population three thousand nine hundred thirty one oh wow okay that's more than I thought actually this is more accurate stories about these animals who leave and then they come back later I mean I don't I've never heard about that with the turtle but I just don't sense that she's I think she's still out there somewhere Kelly how does the turtle get away I she must have found the body in the I I had a deck that was made for her his son Dave van and I think somebody left the gate open I'm I'm still not quite sure what would somebody would somebody have stolen her I know definitely not I actually she had run away a couple months before that and if you happen to be crossing the road in front of one of our neighbors who knew exactly where she lives so they got out of their car and brought her back to us and that didn't happen last time she got out how big is our Russian tortoise she's only five inches all G. small very small right and see what hibernate in the household so like I said that she actually ran away Oct Tober edge now August seventh September ishe and like I said she wasn't you still barbering outside in the cold okay well show you you don't get any impressions or feelings that the that the turtle has passed on I really don't I mean I think that's kind of wow what an image that is thinking about a turtle just trying to I'm just never heard of the turtle running away I know I did and they don't run too fast and now I feel like you're going to find but I I guess he's gonna be hard to find but you know you hear the stories about like even I had a cat who disappeared for a month and came back so I think you just have to keep keep Wallin is if she's only about five or six inches that's pretty small that's that's the challenge they could disappear and hide any place who knows but the hi easy here's the other thing the turtles the turtle had it going and well with Kelly they took care of it they felt at the house that's why I wouldn't want to leave there.
"dave van" Discussed on WTVN
"Market laser show very welcome in the large laser show that's Josh sees over there behind the glass Dave van is joining us as well he's a I think he's he's prepping for the zombie apocalypse he said he's getting raised a rationale and do all kinds of stuff so yeah I guide them this is wound tightly no I'm kidding actually I hope he's not getting into that groove Levinson back there I was gonna say so the screw up points like I'm you know what a Boston office gotcha I mean pretty soon this is going to get to the point where it's like companies you know like listen guys you you're the only ones left in the building going get drunk on the air well you eluded to allow as I said I should've brought a flag day I put that meme above Ron Burgundy was like what boy that escalated quickly I I put that all in after the end of the year Tom Hanks and I Ali that's completed quickly no do no truer statement right now that was the most probably appropriate use of that meme I've ever seen tightly there's been there's been several shares with that at this point and then the little laugh emoji so think of it like I don't know one seventy or something people are cracking up over actually it was timely but I thought it was the thing that kept popping into my mind last as like one thing after another you know U. of M. cancels a spring game Ohio state cancels spring game Tom Hanks Rita Wilson art have coronavirus NBA suspending that I'm like boy this escalated quickly absolutely and that's where you go to the other Ron Burgundy line which is Scott Scott she my belly belly yeah absolutely Scotty Scott Scott yeah traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tense intense our heating and cooling products Jonah hill was a once in a couple of scenes including summit view and riverside that up but north of the Dublin and intersections still reported.
"dave van" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Joe Boylan with you from the rack, it has been an electric second-half Rutgers with a five point lead and the return of Jean Marie Joe. You can't talk about what he's meant to disdain really just provide the spark that time new that. Baker was not going to give the ball. Take a jumper in the lane. And he's positioned himself underneath the basket and missed grab the rebound. I just powered up while we haven't been minute. We really need to compliment to people. You don't hear too much about on step Richard Campbell? Who's trainer who's worked for the last two weeks? If you gene to get them back to this position, Dave Van Dyke. Yep. We traveled for five days in every day. They were on the road. They were working with Eugene strengthen you had getting stretching him out working working hard to those to the trainer the stress. Go truly serve serve a lot of credit for getting gene, gene out here. Those kind of positions are critical in today's world of college. He's giving you eighteen minutes. We could see he wanted to play. He convinced Richard. He could play Campbell. We play the trainer and he in turn convinces coach, Michael when he's done a great great job. All right. So here's all marine Eugene, seven points, five rebounds. Any misses the first free throw? He will get another. Now three or four from the line. I was trying not to jinx them by saying he was three for three didn't work. Second foul shot up and good to one for two for me. Rutgers eleven of thirteen from the line. They lead by six fifty nine fifty three seventy eight to play here in the second half ten miles to sprouts down looking on. Rutgers is sport the last seven thousand Palmer on the far side swing. The pastor Obie faked a three dribble drive pick out Palmer. He fakes. The three gets close gets to poor cart. Poop banks it in up and over Carter who aggressively tried to swat it away. Fifty nine fifty five rutger's the lead the ball six forty four to go in the second to join your best player supposed to make plays. He's making data playwright their kiss top of the key to Mathis Mathis crossover dribble turning spinning turning shooting short into the right? And then he commits the foul on Palmer. Silly foul. In the backboard because it puts Palmer to the free throw line shooting too. Bomber goring Mathis at time bomber couple inches bigger for shipment. Oh, very difficult shot. Fallon Mattis is second. Joe Palmer who has struggled to the line. So far tonight to a five we'll get to here. First of all the way he missed another. If they're not even close. Miles. Johnson comes in for shack harder. Well, again, this kitchen Eighty-one percent free throw shooter. So for him to go to of six malign staggering. Could happen to anybody. Second free throw up knocked that one down. Nebraska and even fifty percent the line at seven of fourteen Rutgers fifty nine Cornhuskers fifty six. Are you the ball six twenty four to play in the second? Mathis swing the pass down low for miles Johnson low right block guarded by Roby. Who's got the four fouls. Double team comes find kiss wide open for three any berries. And what I goes up by six sixty to fifty six. Thank you miles Johnson. How about that pass out of the double team patients and kiss how kiss Perry next shot? Six points for kiss under six minutes to play in the second. Half. Palmer gets the screen from bore cart. Drives on Johnson kick. Right. Roby doesn't shoot the three swing past. The Palmer office chess retreats and gets it in the corner. Palmer out for Robey open three. No good short. Loose ball. Cramp by Porcari. Get it to Robie hop step in the lane create some contact and a foul voice. So close to grabbing that rebound and card who's in for Copeland making an impact here. He is. He was smart enough. Just to knock the ball away and get it back to Nebraska there to kind of shut you want. You want Roby taking threes. Not a very good three point shooter. Thirty one percent not confident shooting the ball. Either. Kissed the foul. His third Roby now one of five from the line is he misses the first keep in mind. The Brassica is a set as a team they shoot the free throws at seventy three percent. And they are seven fifteen tonight. Second free throw is good hit every part of the rim, but it goes down. Now Copeland comes in for bore cart. Copeland will play with four fouls. So he has four and Roby has four both on the floor. Allen with three sixty to fifty seven Rutgers five and a half to go here in the second. Rutgers doesn't need to settle for jumpers. They drive the ball. Get a couple more fouls. Marie has it. Get it to kiss the left corner. Now work on the wing case fine Johnson at the right elbow for madness beyond the arc pounds passed Johnson. What dribble and he comes home? He got past Copeland in Robie. Neither one at a foul. Hit him and Rutgers in front by seven sixty four fifty seven. Great pass by Mathis at time Vegas's lead for are. You of seven points. Robie top of the key moving to the left picks up. Ball overhead looking for someone to come. Get the ball looks at the Palmer Palmer gets in close and MRs but then tips home the layup and at sixty four fifty nine defense of cleared. Palmer had a clear path. Befall faked it to the middle and defense slit that way. Good offensive player. Other than defects four thirty to go in the second. Rutgers head by five with the ball and Nebraska back in one three one zone. You want to get it to middle. And then get it to the baseline Marie lobby it down low for Johnson does high makes the catch and puts into reverse. Back in front by seven or the scarlet knights sixty six fifty four fourteen to go with the second. That's exactly how you attack. It Watson pulls up slide it right for Alan dribble. Drive out for Watson long three is going. That silences the crowd makes sixty six sixty two. Four minutes ago, Nebraska that one trip with a one three one. That's the end of that. Big-time shot there by Watson. Math is holding his dribble dip the Baker. Baker bumped by Watson being held it by Watson and Watson. Commits the foul. His first of the night. And we get a time out down the stretch here at the rack Rutgers leading Nebraska's sixty six sixty two free throws for GIO.
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"dave van" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Dave van or nine forty w inc the marlins win this game eleven to six maybe the most asked questioning cincinnati these days is who the heck is frenchie cordeiro is the padres player who's been doing tons of damage in he did more on wednesday and no one one and grumble right side that could get for the wave of the growth of hitler ahead it will be cut the rug for for the second time craxi cordeiro come through again give the padres a three two lead here the bottom of the seven fm ninety four point nine padres padres win that game fortytwo frenchie cordeiro so far hitting three thirty nine three d three on base percentage a six twenty five slugging percentage the royals the slumping giants in horray bonafide seal went deep 100 swearing in a flyblown did well to center send expand back still going spared looking up it's outta here to run homer further rookie four five zero tuesday night for the royals leaders three to nothing in the final score there was 72 that call from the royals radio network the rockies the pirates an in desmond got a big hit the security and desmond get done for the rock easel for three last night one for six in the series this one left well to left field going back is j so in this once gone it's just cleared the wall down the leftfield line first pitch swinging ian desmond a solo homerun is fourth this year rocky's draw first monday night one nothing colorado.