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"dawn staley" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball
"Network. The NFL announced on Wednesday that a game featuring the Tennessee titans in Pittsburgh steelers will not be played this Sunday after a total of eleven positive tests within the titans organization subscribing listening to locked on NFL and locked on titans for updates game. One of the NBA finals goes to the Los Angeles Lakers who routed the Miami Heat one sixteen to ninety eight listen to lockdown heat for more on. The impact of injuries to Goran dragic and Bam a bio, and finally in Major League Baseball's wild-card round the braves and reds go scoreless for eleven innings. The marlins upset the cubs and the twins extend their postseason losing streak to eighteen follow your favorite team listen locked on MLB for daily analysis of yesterday's action local experts on the big stories. It's the locked on podcast network your tape every day. How amazing were those two women heard Dr Call Talk about the love letter and that. Education, encourage our what we need to do this work, and if you're listening if you heard Dr Kohl and maybe you haven't found your way in this work on social justice. Thursdays this is the call. This is the call to join the work. And do some research, and that's what social justice on locked on women's basketball on Thursdays is all about and then you heard dawn staley talk about her mother. And how she sees this love letter as necessary. Not just a nice thing to do but something that's necessary and she used the example of her late mother. Who had strength of ten the strength of ten Black Women and. How that strength? Is required for for survival, but also comes sometimes at the cost of feeling isolated or compartmentalizing of what's needed to win. The day to to win the the the struggle him and and everything that it takes to raise a family as a black woman in society verses that empathy or lack thereof that that black women often get from society and we're going to close the show hearing from. Elizabeth Williams who was able to patch in and and talk to us while overseas and Elizabeth his going to talk about. What the letter made her feel. and. She also. Talks about. How the letter opener is to maybe some history that she needed to learn. So here's Elizabeth Williams. How did you first hear about the letter and and what are your first impressions? So I I heard about the letter through the director of our Union. Terry Jackson. And she basically said. For us to kind of expect something like this and. But when I actually read it, it was like I was taken aback just because. One, it was from amazing powerful women and two. It's often that a lot of the work that we've done doesn't feel like against recognized properly. And sell just like the combination of those things was really powerful I think for me and Yeah I just felt really appreciative and grateful in. It's even more inspiring to continue to do what we're doing. And if you could maybe just take me back to your time at the wobble and thinking of that balancing act, what was that like for you and and what were some ways that that you tried to work through that discomfort? Definitely, a unique experience it was. It's also interesting to when we think about what it looked like negotiating for what the bubble would look like but. actually being there it's it's obviously really different. You don't really know what to expect, but obviously one of the big priorities in addition to health and safety social justice because at the end of the day, they shouldn't cope in nineteen pandemic. We have this racial pandemic end just fires everywhere going on and so. I think. The advantage of having basketball was that it was kind of are released from all of this right from a lot of people. Basketball is our. A not have to worry about what's happening in the outside world. So that was advantageous for a lot of us on the net something that I try to focus on and do say like once we're between the lines were between the lines at the end. We can focus on that though then once we're off the court. We're able to. Kind of refocus ourselves to the Social Justice Movement to having these important zoom calls. Educating ourselves on what voter suppression is in the importance of the senses so that one may go back to media and we were talking after the Games. We know what to talk about an we feel confident and talking about it in sharing these things that are important to us. Yeah, well, again, thank you so much for for everything that you offered come in this conversation today. I'm really excited to put this together on lockdown women's basketball. We've been dedicating our Thursday show to social justice, and so this letter A. and having your voice in the other voices we pulled together. We're really excited to share this with listeners. But before I let you go. Is there anything that maybe we didn't talk about about the letter or maybe something that we talk about that you'd like to amplify to our listeners. I think the only other thing about the letter would be. It was it was also really cool to be talked about with other female athletes are activists in you know whether it's the Williams sisters Actually I. Didn't know who this Robinson was and then reading about her in her. Hunger strikes and fighting for desegregation. So like even for me just educating and learning about that I think. That's so important. I'm dislike humbled to. Be a part of a league that can be mentioned those women than and I'm glad that we're we're doing the work as well..
"dawn staley" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball
"And we are with you in saying that the white Americans who are driven by systemic racism must get their knees off the next. People. Dear Sisters, we are also with you in decrying. The divisive rhetoric that is coming from the highest offices in our land including the racist misogynist language being used. About black women including vice president candidate Senator Kamala Harris. As our Shiro Shirley Chisholm once said the emotional sexual and psychological stereotyping of females begins when the doctor says, it's a girl. And as black women, we continued to struggle with the double jeopardy that comes from being black and women. Indeed, the struggle continues as the late congressman John Lewis said, our struggle is not the struggle of day a week, a month or a year. It is the struggle of a lifetime never ever be afraid to make some noise and getting good trouble necessary trouble. We recognize that this is what you have been doing getting into trouble. For example, when you wore those two thousand sixteen t shirts that said change starts with US Justice and accountability, and since then you're good trouble has grown into a unified and consistent voice in the call for quality and justice in our country. What is equally admirable? Many of you are making your voices heard off the court as well. There are countless examples of you engaging in protests in your own communities and working to effect positive change. Indeed, you have set an example for other sports leagues of what can happen when players are united and committed to affect social change as the Ethiopian proverb states. When spiders unite, they can tie up a lion. You have heard the calls from some in our nation that say you should leave politics out of sports as Laura. Ingram disrespectfully said to Lebron James Shut up in dribble however as you know, and in the words of our well-known black lesbian writer and activist Audrey Lord Your silence will not protect you. Protests by black athletes in our country certainly did not begin with Colin Kaepernick taking a knee during performances of the national anthem and the world needs to remember that a few weeks after he took a knee center Kelsey bone was the first of multiple wnba players who joined him in protest history and her story are filled with stories of black women and men who as athletes, protests, racial injustice, and speak truth to power the names of black men athletes are well known but we insist on lifting up just a few of the names of sister athletes who have also protested racial and gender inequality in America. Wilma Rudolph Serena and Venus Williams earlene Brown. Arizona. Robinson and Wyomia Titus. How well, we remember that in two thousand sixteen after the police murders of Alton, sterling and Philander. Casteel it was the WNBA players who led the way by wearing black lives, matter shirts and holding media blackouts. Where you refuse to talk about basketball and would only talk about police violence. You continue to add your voices to the national call for an end to racial injustice and you turn a deaf ear to those who accuse you of being disruptive to the WNBA. For indeed, you agree with our sister. Garza one of the CO founders of black of the black lives matter movement. Quote every successful social movement in this country has used disruption as a strategy to fight for social change whether it was the Boston Tea Party or citizens at lunch counters throughout the south no change has been won without disruptive action. We bring closure to this letter in the same spirit in which we opened it, and that is by stating unequivocally that we stand in solidarity with you in Sisterhood Black Women United Hashtag win with Black Women Network. By the time you're hearing this podcast, the full letter will have been circulated came out Thursday morning Thursday October I. I was able to get a hold of this letter through talking to the W MVP a And they sent it over. I I. Really don't even know where to start. As you know every Thursday I've been dedicating time to social justice in. The WNBA in particular and I've talked about black women being the start being the spark for a lot of social justice movements. I was just on Black Wednesday as their community call and I talked about Wyomia Tie. I talked about the WNBA players in change starts with us. I have always really lifted up Kelsey bone and misty bass I'll I'll have you. Know that misty and Kelsey were after Indiana knelt for the game, their game against Phoenix mischief Kelsey continued to take me. There's just so much in that letter in there so much that I love but here's the scoop folks the WNBA p. a? Is. Getting support this is known as a love letter a love letter for players and The idea is to with this campaign. That is the win with. Black women campaign. This is a letter of support a letter to tell the WNBA W MVP a hate we see you. We see what you're doing. We support what you're doing and I saw that a shout to Jackie. Powell. But she who apparently listens to this podcast whilst walking so I, hope you're enjoying your walk Jacky but Jacky was talking about the NBA and how they have the virtual fan experience and you know what would it look like for wnba players to have a little bit more support in the wobble and we've seen it here and there the Las Vegas Aces once had Kelsey. they had Kelsey plum who is out with injury. Unfortunately, she did a little something for her team. The Las Vegas Aces we've seen a handful of teams do it some that have made it public on social media while this letter is signed by Black Women Women of color in powerful positions I mean I'm running through this list one, hundred, it's it's over two hundred names. Our first guest today coming up. Next is Dr Genetic. Cole who now serves as the National Council of Negro Women President and chair of the board former president of spelman and the first ever black woman president of Spelman She's going to talk about the importance of this letter and we have a few other surprise guests coming up..
"dawn staley" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"And thank you for spending so much time with us. Thank you so much. Thank you for doing this and support women's basketball there. She is dawn. Staley the head coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks and man spending thirty minutes with US talking about her team and her season. And what's to come for the Olympic team and everything? What a pleasure. How lucky are we so cool coming up next week on the show? I've got it lined out. Got A couple of lined out here for you Erica Mackay the tiniest agoo. Mckay is coming up next week on the show. I can't wait to bring it to you. We hear about her story of her. Becoming one of the best players that Rice women's basketball has ever seen what it's like growing up as an agoo McKay and being a part of that basketball dynasty. What's coming up in her future. There is so much to talk about with Erica. Go McKay such an interesting person. Can't wait to bring it to you and like I said. Coach neighbors is coming up soon as well from the University of Arkansas. And if you have anybody that you'd like to hear from hey make sure to send us an e mail podcast at her hoop stats dot Com podcast at her hoop stats dot com and we will absolutely attempt it. At least we can't help it try. I tried Sabrina this past week. It didn't quite work out but I still tried. Maybe we'll get her one day but if there's anybody that you want to hear from would absolutely be happy to ask and see if we can get that done. Thank you so much coach. Staley for coming on the show this week. The producer of her hoops doubts. Podcast is Erin Barzilai. Our music is by jared jared DECK MUSIC DOT COM and our announcer. Is Suzy so leads for everybody? I'm John Little reminding you at hoop stats podcast. We are unlocking better insight about the women's game hoop stats..
"dawn staley" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Perfect distraction at the daily grind and especially during the stressful time in our country. Thanks for such a positive in interesting distraction slash new hobby. Well you are welcome. What are your the you've had this year and That's the saddest thing to me in all this that the NCW women's basketball tournament gets canceled and teams. Like a D Barnes team at Arizona. They haven't been to the tournament and fifteen years and they don't get to see their their name up there in lights and they don't get hey maybe they can still raise a banner. I don't know but They certainly would have been right there. I also talked today actually to Mike. Neighbors the head coach at Arkansas. And you'll hear that in a couple of Mondays from now and he was very much the same way. Arkansas hasn't been for a few years. It's time that that program returns to prominence in coach neighbors certainly brought them to that point. They don't get to do it. So absolutely. Shout out to your. You've a wildcats. What a great season they had and we really appreciate that reviews so like I said if you wanNA leave a review. I'd be happy to read it on air. Well there is not much that needs to be said about our next guest. The absolute great dawn. Staley the head coach of South Carolina. The head coach of the team that finishes the season is the number one team in the nation. And they've got that to be really excited about but at the same time. They didn't get a chance to prove themselves in the postseason and have you peeped dawn. Staley on twitter here recently. She's not necessarily excited when anybody starts ramping up any of the other top teams in the nation. I'm sure you can think no she's talking about there as you know. We didn't get to see them. Play the rest of the season when they start thinking about those other teams rather than her South Carolina. Gamecocks she She kinda cocks her head to the side and says Really Oh really. Also she's of course the head coach of the Olympic team as well which my gosh. How cool is that? I I mean this is just an awesome get. I know. She's wonderful and she wants to speak to as many people as she can but I am truly truly humbled that she would come on our little show and speak to us. The Basketball Fan. Speak to you the women's basketball supporter. So let's get right to it on this week. Show number one in the land and nobody can take that away from them. At coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks Dawn Staley..
"dawn staley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Vying for national championship the league is really really strong. As it always is. And finally, the the rest of the program, certainly dawn Staley has won titles in in women's Frank Martin took the program a couple of years ago to the men's final four, I'm interested in in your long term view, especially a of the the men's program at South Carolina. Well, you mentioned coats Martin's team, you know, he's been in the top four in the league three of the last four years. It only resulted in one postseason appearances, you know, we went in there that tape, but we lost. We lost some non conference games that really really hurt us in the scheduling part, but he's done. He's probably a little bit better job here than maybe he's been given credit, but certainly final four in in two thousand seventeen stood out and then coach Staley national champion, and she's been a part of six Sweet Sixteen in a row. She's got the number one cruising class in the country coming in here. We're we're in pretty good shape. I think we're poised and I'm up to mystic, but I think what poise to to get a little bit more tension nationally, maybe for a program standpoint than we ever had. I think we'll have we'll have sixteen of our Twenty-one sports in the postseason for this academic year. It's pretty it's pretty good progress than I like where we sit. I know that at the end of the day. It's you keep score. And it's about winning and how many you win, but we we're very good across the border presence broad success with our women's tennis program. Just winning the SEC.
"dawn staley" Discussed on Around the Rim
"Like, there's a lot more to it the recruiting and all of that. Yeah. But still like. Like, you're playing to count for something. And I and I think we have to reward the women that have carried the game on the professional side with having a place for them in having a pipeline for them to give back to the game. And you know, I'm I'm happy to see people like Tina Thomsen getting opportunities. Like, I mean there Charlotte Smith, you know, dawn Staley like I mean there there's some of our best coaches in the game. And so you know, that that's something that I'm glad you spoke on and initial spoke on so hopefully, we can start to move the needle. So how has it been how how have you been received coaching men professional basketball? Oh, I I want to start this off by saying that I love this this era, and is you know, and movement and women trying to, you know, secure more positions in male dominated societies. And I just wanna say like every woman is not made or built to have a position coaching men or have a position, you know, in business in a male dominated area. Like, it's not for everyone. I just wanna go ahead and say that for people out there. We'll why do you? Why did not for everyone? I just I and I'll say this too. It's not the it's the same for like men. It's not all men can't coach women like it's just like being bringing around women and being in like, a a female dominated arena. It's not it won't coincide with some men because you're saying there's a difference. 'cause there's a different there's a difference. And some men can't handle. Oh it and I feel like some me. It can't handle it being around a lot of women and coaching in that environment. I don't know on the business side too. But I just say like just because we're making these strides. I don't want women to think like is just so eat like there are some things that you have to sacrifice some things that you have to kind of, you know, look over to to stay in male dominated arenas. And most of it is just like politeness and things like guys are guys like you're working with me and your coaching in their guy, you know, at the end of the day, and I don't try to change guys. But at the same time somewhere would be like, oh that was so gross. What he's just did. And I have to see what's so gross about twenty five times day. You gotta they. No. So I so willy would like that, you know. And that's why I say that you know, some women. Oh, now, I cannot deal with this every day, you know. So that's why I say that. But like the most challenging thing for me is just when you use my voice and win not to use my voice. I think that's been the most challenging with the coaches staff and just being with the men, and it's easy for people to say, oh, you should just be dominant. You should be like the guys but at the same time. In basketball, and I treat this like when I played professional with the women. I think it's the same thing..
"dawn staley" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"But it was super interesting because you know, I'm looking at it like these also play with. Can't remember our name dawn Staley Staley, I play were hurt. At the wild town, but hers Liam make have won the best basketball you ever play where she played UNC Chapel Hill as she also played in the WNBA an overseas, and she bursts people's as every fucking time, and she's little like, she nice. You know, it's eight hundred or so she just likes. She's little she's one of the nicest, genuine human beings I've ever met. He's very polite. Smiles all that shish us sit over there and kick it with me and just laugh at stupid as jokes and all that stuff just January human being, but she is a killer on court because she's been having to kill her whole life. So you know, anyway, is that Ingo that men have? That's that's what I was thinking about was that. And it was of course, a White House like that white privilege, man. Like, you have no reason to think you can do anything to any WNBA player. Right. What if must feel so good to be a white, dude? You just like I can do anything. Yeah. A lot of times people talking like these women, athletes, and an athlete, regardless of male, female, whatever you are you're athlete. So people are time people talk that shit. They're not fit down say, they have often thing is even if you're in shape, even if you're fit see that's the big thing. Right. It doesn't mean shit because they also are professional athletes. They write mess with basketball everyday lives for hours of the day. They're not just playing pickup ball at the Y a couple times week or for you know, where you go to the wind you play pick up basketball. You're playing going down to court which Francis shit. They're doing that in professional scrimmages and stuff, but they're also just working on that shot every day working on the handles every day doing drew John lifting weights runny conditioning. There's nothing you're doing that. They are doing unless you are some level professional athlete. Right. Then you really don't got shit on them. That's that's all it is to it and low key they play way rougher than they do when you like like when you play against like a NBA player except for maybe like blue errors for the most part. They always kinda hold back a little bit. Because it's like, you know, you don't want to hurt Joe blow out in the fucking screed over basketball. Maybe these I've seen him hurt a couple of people but not like. Like like like for the most part back NBA players out there to get hurt or to try to hurt you right, and they're strong. But they ain't trying to like, you know, be they don't gotta do savage witty. Plus, there's a healthy level respect the fact that they're mean, and so people already are like what I don't want to get too. Good star hitting too many shots when they see a woman there like I'm gonna fucking lock her to fuck down. And they might elbow you and your fucking bridge. Joe knows and be like get the fuck up off of me and not feel bad about it. I've seen it happen multiple times. And you not gonna fight him. And they always and the other thing is nice, those women can be they also will talk shit yo ass, and there's nothing more emasculating for a fragile do. Then some women calling them a little bit on the court. And I've seen it multiple times. It'll make do Dick Spring up, man. Like, it's like they don't be the same at this woman like elbows Macazoma bitch of thousand..
"dawn staley" Discussed on Around the Rim
"They're just going to have to buy their time until that recruiting class comes in next year because they did not look good early and changing to this lineup with the guards in the line of bath playing really really, well, they really competed against Mississippi State a team who is, you know, top ten team in the country, obviously. So I was I've been really impressed with how Carolina how far they've come in this game. They did exactly what they needed to do in terms of turning Missouri over early and building up a bit of a weed. I think it was a ten point lead or twelve point lead at the end of the first quarter because was wanted to play a deliberate pace that you know, when I was watching the first and second quarter in particular. You know, there were possessions where Missouri wasn't even really initiating their offense until the shot clock was down to fifteen or below. But you can't play that way from a deficit for very long and. And so for South Carolina to jump out the way, they did it got the crowd involved. It took Missouri. Kind of out of what they needed to do in terms of limiting possessions to win and and they just play. Well, and keeping Herbert Harrigan, man. I really liked watching her as well just how her game is he bowled what she's able to do now facing the basket when the three point line, you know, she's given post players a good name right now. Don't you think we? Oh, man. Yeah. You know, what I remember even back to the year, they won the national championship. I just for some reason I was fascinated by her contributions that year. Now keep in mind that was the season where they lost coats. So Herbert Harrigan down the stretch of that run. They had to like throw in the mix. Right. She didn't have the experience. But you could just tell that. There was something about her. She had a bounce yet an energy tour. And so yeah, it isn't so fun to watch her play. I just think it's interesting though, Rebecca that this was a team. And you're right like dawn Staley is has. Had to find a new playbook because they went from relying so heavily on what they could do in the interior, and they were still they still had a great presence on the inside with Jennings and Herbert Harrigan leaguers set off of the bench. I thought she played some some quality minutes, but they relied heavily on their guards. I mean thinking about just the three point line, for example. I mean, they were three for five in the first quarter. So you say to yourself. Okay. There was once a time where you didn't know of South Carolina's gonna hit a three and they've got a little bit more balanced, but it seems like also relying on the their defense from that perimeter play with twenty three points off turnovers. Yeah. And think about it. I mean, they lost one player just one starter from last year team. But, you know, pretty good player nasal we dominated you know, as a rookie in WNBA. But for them this year, you know, even though so many of the pieces are similar what they're doing is very different. And and again credits done Staley and herself 'cause 'cause they did a really good job. And and you you brought up the unity circle. And I understand why they did that. But I kinda like it when teams don't like each other. You know, I grew up in the air of, you know, Celtics, and, you know, the the pistons or the pistons and the bulls or whatever like, it would've been okay, if they didn't have a unity, circle, it would have been okay. Those teams out there, and we're playing hard nose and feisty, and you know, the crowds still booing, Sophie, cutting everytime. She touches. I appreciate what they did. Because of all the all the animosity that seems to be their last year. But sometimes it's okay to have okay. To have that dislike among teams when you go out there. And to Pete though, you kind of feel it between you kinda Notre Dame. I think he's still a little bit. Now. Louisville Notre Dame in as little spices. Spices. Okay. It does..
"dawn staley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The Paul finebaum show. Peter, how you to go, hey, man, I'm good. I got dawn Staley right behind us talking a little women's hoops. One of the legends we're going to have Holly Warlick and a bunch of the coaches on here little bit later. So life is good man. Sounds good thing. I wanted to get your opinion on the wrong Heisman since everybody seems to be talking about that and read a lot about it, and I was interested in knowing that your which your take on what constitutes Heisman moment. And and Secondly us, you know, of success on the road to the Heisman because I'm afraid and I don't know how you feel about it. I'm afraid that too. And that plan you think that the minute is his chances hang up and listen to you? Well, I think the thing to Harry. Great, Greg, great phone call. I think there's four people that are involved in the Heisman, Trophy race right now, right? To sits there in the catbird seat. Do you have join Haskins the quarterback over at Ohio State? I don't think there's a doubt still Cuyler Murray. I'm not. I'm not counting him out because if they run the table and in face, Texas, again in the big twelve championship, he's going to be able to put up some numbers as well. And also the kid that Memphis. Is going to play this week, Darrow Henderson the running back. He's not going to get a lot of love nationally, but this kid leads FBI in rushing right now averages like eleven yards a carry. I Daryl Henderson in there as well to your question about too. That's why I think it's intriguing of how Nick handles to this week against Tennessee. I frankly, I'd call the Vatican and get the pope mobile and put two in the pope mobile for the rest of the ranger, the season right there that good. I think the only way that any team really kind of gives them a run for their money as far as national championship level is too is not one hundred percent, correct. I wouldn't play to a personally now a lot of people this week against Tennessee. Now a lot of people are saying, well, now you're talking about three weeks what he wouldn't play or take a snap until the LSU game because he was off this week. They play in the know have a buy week before they go down to Baton Rouge. In the third. If you do play too, I likened it to win you play Aaron Rodgers or Cam Newton. In the second game of a preseason game, you're running max, protect your a little bit short. Or pop passes, and you're not getting him out to where he's running the ball a lot. Will it hurt him playing in the fourth could not play in the fourth quarter. Hell no, you know the why the reason why is because the numbers that he's putting up, if they continue to be that good, they'll be Heisman, Trophy award, winning numbers. So to, again, still in the cat bird seat, and that moment could be down there on November the third against LSU, you put a big win against the top five team in the country with that defensive, Dave Aranda. Welcome to winning the Heisman two. You're listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. Always one of my good friends joining us from Kentucky sports radio..
"dawn staley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"By all means let's forget the dream on also was espousing the idea of just do away with it with all sports just do away with the visit to the white house which i totally disagree it's as if it's going to be an issue because it is an issue so with south carolina the women's college basketball champions when dawn staley was head coach while walking gratton decided not to go or didn't get the invitation or whatever happened it's become like a narrative that brings down some of these championship teams so draymond green kind of just saying we need to get rid of the negative just stop inviting teams right so you don't have to deal with it becomes pay because if the team debris go agree then it can be positioned as one wants you anyway and you don't really want that from the chief you also but on a sports related level he also don't really want like say baseball team twentyfive active roster say if there's thirteen republicans there's twelve dan's rea flip that or there's a couple of undecided where there's a couple that have voted both ways whatever it's mixed political lines as we know the last thing you want is like divisiveness with yeah like ship and now we have to yell at each other gets to that because we do want to go where we don't want to go now that's that could be counterproductive for the team i think that was part of his point yeah he was really good last night's raymonde we got john okay you know we'll get back to this there's two of the things he said and they don't want to get into some of the questioning chris pretty well i did not know the drain model is going to be on stumbled on it just going through the usual political circuit i stayed with it obviously interesting method of questioning there so we'll get back to that i promise but there were some good stuff with roy mom who was awesome all right john hammond is the orlando magic gm and he is tasked with rebuild here trying to get it right he's a smart basketball man been around for longtime magic have been bottomfeeders for a little bit here we you and i both that it would work out with frank vogel we did we really thanked him until he stopped coming on our show that's why it didn't work give tiki and julie mojo ignored this he got too big for his britches and didn't work out now they have obama but they've got a coach would i both love steve clifford who's also been on our show but talk magic coops with the aforementioned john hamed john tiki and tierney how are you today i'm great and one thing i just learned in the last moment while i was waiting to come on was that when you guys asked to come on the show come on the show right good for you turns down even when i know that even like in three years the nba finals don't get too big for your britches okay on i'm on the show love at lifetime booking right so let let let's start with the draft here the first couple of picks i would imagine.
"dawn staley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Ika new york we will take a break dawn staley steve spurrier jim delaney and your phone calls you listening to paul finebaum show podcast welcome back to the program delighted to welcome another great admirer the commissioner dawn staley coach great to have you on the spring and summer are looking good but we definitely wanted to get your thoughts on the commissioner's passing good afternoon afternoon paul thanks for having me as always i mean it really a bad day and time for all that mission aside heading personal relationship with and those who knew the man that change not just college football but he gave yet he see all the platform in vantage when it comes to recruiting and you know the exposure that we the've because of what he did behind the team and you know obviously i had you know quite a bit of you know good dad on my part in that you know i got a jetted from game and he called me and you know i didn't want to take the call but after but have to receive the information the way he made me feel after the mistake that i made in being ojected from basketball game that nugget that he is you know the the make me be better lead to make me be a better leader you know what i always take for him from him he always had a way of you know finished it and making you feel good about a bad decision that you've made because he caught you and i am.
"dawn staley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Para tweets that made their way on twitter dawn staley of course congratulating you and your team on punching the ticket to the final four that was the first one and then likud comes back vic schaefer responding on twitter thanking the coach and saying what you just got through telling us you'll be the number one game it's i just know coach while everything's going on you're watching your notifications left and right on twitter probably not correct no not all of them but you know one like that i really you know again at this thing so highly of don in her program and again we just we really have a lot of the same we've been through the same things started where we started and have a lot of the so much similarity are fan bases are really unique and special passionate about our teams in it's what makes you know our our university so unique and special for women's basketball coach let's talk about the schedule now because we we know that there is a lot to do media wise and preparation wise before you had up to columbus take us through your your your next couple of days sure so today they are kids have off which we rolled in last night at two thirty and so's a late night for all of us they went to class today in the night got the rest of the day they'll have study all the night but we're not doing anything basketball wise we'll practice tomorrow we'll go to class in the morning we'll practice here and then we're wheels up around two thirty tomorrow afternoon to get to columbus things start on wednesday from practice to just media obliga shins and we're going to have some kids in and i've got a coaching staff that's receiving some awards this week and weekend so there's going to be all kinds of things that pull on us other than the task at hand which is trying to beat a really good level team and i wanna ask you because it's experience matters and certainly this program has been through so much but but getting that experience last year of playing both in the semi's and the final what does it do for your team.
"dawn staley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Winner over south carolina the sec tournament champion defending national champ and dawn staley nationalist enjoys coach read a great article about you in espn w and a fellow new a lot but welcome to the program hope all is well thanks thanks again for having me every time you have me on we seem to do some good stuff in in the postseason so thank you well we're gonna keep keep that up and i don't want to start with a negative but did you do something to upset this the committee i mean come on i mean shouldn't the defending champion you won the sec tournament and they put you in a rather rather dicey regional well i guess the committee wants to bring out the best in us and obviously they've done that over the past couple of years and hopefully they they'll stay in character and we'll stay character well you certainly know the way to the final four this will be no easy test you know what better than i do at some point you you you have to beat everyone so it's not as big a deal but let me talk about your team for a second because some people were counting you out a couple of weeks ago you went into the sec tournament in nashville and you beat mississippi state that first loss of the season that had to be sweet it was really sweet i our players were really focused in on the entire weekend and and they seem the the play best when they're they're the underdog role than obviously i don't know how many people had as winning.
"dawn staley" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"You're a woman's basketball player you deserve to get paid to if you're the tennessee if you are you come on if you're had style fraud if you're road south carolina what about growth dawn staley kyodo woman's basketball team at st john's you might not is there to get paid as much get over it stop it stop the nonsense i'm glad this story has come out because i think that's all healthy discussion as the people waking the hell up and understanding what comes with all of this we're determined let me let me be quite kid let me put myself more fraud straight i work at espn life is not very very proud of what i've been able to accomplish i'm living a little way should everybody at espn get paid the same as we head down though i'm not apologize for that i'm apologize appointed not at all oh no matter what that work usa to me pay should go to those who produce rabbit out and it senate to those who doubt period when the final form of the team gets to the final four do you think they get paid to say the team the dollar participants in the phone for you that they get paid to say as subscribe to him there couldn't even make the tournament what do you think most want to go or to why are you think programs celebrate so outwardly when they do make you think it's all for nostalgia and good feelings and emotions that getting paid.
"dawn staley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Yeah i was with call on uh don't you think it's kinda like on the the dawn staley thing like premature if they're best bestfitted investigating it for a ball i mean like if you as the ad and you know something supposably happened to uh one of your you know athletes wouldn't you want to speak about that are vidgis how we he how he wasn't about it so so comorian lawrence kansas what you're talking about is that dawn staley filed a lawsuit against the leg director of missouri jim store and it was because of basically what his comments were in a in a public forum and one of the the radio stations they are in missouri and today the commissioner's office in and the sec office issued a reprimand against him start they find him twenty five thousand dollars basically what it came down to his reason why the sec got involved is because that there is bylaws to essay basically you keep everything within the family that these are conversations if he had internally you're not supposed to disparage anybody outside that when they go went back and look at the comments i believe that they looked at it that that was against one of the bylaws of the sec rule books in when you're against the bilo the sec rule book you're gonna get fined one way or another whether it's storming a court which is one of the bylaws in the sec right now you're gonna get fined four and these are the comments jim struck may so he got fine for it so i think they're just blinded by by the rule book in the rules that are already there for the conference.
"dawn staley" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM
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"dawn staley" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Yeah mm tbi collar liquidegg lodgers lorry 24 knowing that from the lord you will receive the inheritance measure reward you are serving the lord crushed dawn staley says a lot of people notice when you succeed but they don't see what it takes to get their boy that's the truth in all heard a really good saying this week in worship i can find it right here uh uh lost off dr the you give because god loves you or so that he loves you that was a say a trend a changed it around little bat uh but it wasn't it wasn't mentioned about you just saying d do this but i i put giving in there the and he leaves asking about tithing a minute ago do you give be caused god loves you or so that he loves you the second answers the wrong when you understand you don't give because got already low she's crazy about you and that that should motivate you're giving not you're not you're trying to get your dad's attention you've already got his attention well that's that's one worth pondering right there that's performancebased verses grace based faith walk allen is with us alan is in san jose california hi alan how are you i david to not even talk to you and thanks for everything they you do thank you really appreciate it i've had a question regarding some stock uh company stock too i have i have some in options and some in our issues and i'm thinking i need to probably sell that but i'm not sure uh what to do with the proceeds i do have uh we have two car loans 45 forty five thousand dollars and i i would like to knock this goes off heck's levels still have some money left over and i'm not sure what to do with it okay the way we work our financial plan progressively is there a thing we call the baby steps they stepped one is two thousand dollars saved two is debtfree except your home so the first.