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"football oversight committee" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Right. A few things in extend O sports zoom calls today from the Bills. The quarterback Josh Allen, who Nate was trashing in the last segment. Tell you if you missed it. I was I was just trashing him. Yep. Yep. Yep, that involves chicken wings. The quarterback will have to call today and Harrison Phillips, who hopefully is going to be okay. Come back off. The could be a big factor on the defensive line this year based on the way he was playing last year before he got hurt. They're the zoom calls today. I tell you because those air always available. If you want to hear what the bills were saying, the coaches and the players on the zoom calls we post them for you. If you go to our podcasts at W. J r 5 50 dot com, you will find all of those and you could listen to them. In their entirety. I mean, that's the way I listened to him. What else? Let's give you schedules for tonight. So you got to hockey games tonight, one in each bubble, the Islanders and flyers or playing at seven. Chandler's trying to close that Siri's out. It is also Game six warning for Vegas in Vancouver. The Knights lead that Siri's Thatcher Denko trying to Will them eyes mark from still out. Do we know Britain if he's not sure if he's going to be out for this game, But I mean, Thatcher Denko looked good the other night if Markstrom can't go again. You got the confidence in Dem Co. And you brought this up in one of the brakes a little bit of an issue for the NHL. If Vancouver wins, there will be two game sevens being played tomorrow in the Edmonton bubble and you worry about if one goes to overtime, or Two or three or four overtimes. What would happen and how they would do all that stuff? So that remains to be seen Dallas and Colorado plane tomorrow night. We know that Then be a schedule. The Toronto Raptors down two games to none of the Boston Celtics. They will play today at 6 30, then second game at nine o'clock is the opening of the Western semi finals between Denver And the Clippers. NFL note there. They have announced this morning. They will close all facilities around the league on Election Day, last minute of play in the show, so everybody can go out and vote. And one follow up on college football. Nate, this is I forgot to mention we're talking about the last segment. So the league's that aren't playing in the fall, and the Mid American Conference is one of those big 10 Pac 12 Mountain West. There is a proposal that would be presented For a 13 week spring season that would end no later than April 17th or April 24th teams would be allowed to have some practices 15 practices in the fall. And then they would play the spring schedule, ending no later than mid April or the third week in April. That's from the Football Oversight Committee. Actually, we'll talk about that with mark on them tomorrow. The nobody is on the football oversight committee so he would know all about. He's going to know he would be in the Navy, he would know. Have a marvelous day, everybody Thanks for hanging out with us instigators coming up next, and we hope you'll join us tomorrow morning at six for another morning of merriment on w..
"football oversight committee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Half the league's coaches either expressed frustration or anger over how those additional gains were chosen with multiple Telling ESPN that the SEC was leaving itself open the criticism, the whole process appearing corrupt. It's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless about the season ahead with regards to the Other power five playing Heather Ditch, Paul find bomb with this insights. I spoke with a power five athletic director yesterday who is in one of those conferences. Who is continuing to push forward and this is what he told me, he said. Doctors don't agree they don't the mainstream of public opinion thinks there's only one answer. But there's multiple answers to the same question What we're doing maybe exactly wrong. It may be right, he said. But we feel that we're comfortable moving along with the information that we have right now. I spoke with one of the doctors who is advising the Big 12. Dr Chris Hosler. Yesterday and he told me I said, Why is it safe for the Big 12 to play? But nobody else and he said that this is such a location Variants issue. It is not one single pandemic. It is impacting different regions differently. The idea and the optics. Most importantly, Of the head of the double A essentially saying, You really shouldn't go on and we can't go on because we don't have enough teams competing, and meanwhile you swivel the camera around and there is the Big 12 the SEC and the A. C C. Marching along like they're not even hearing the rest of the country talking. I mean, it is a singularly stunning moment. In the history of college sports. What people have to remember is that while we're essentially talking about FBI's football, volleyball, men's and women's soccer and cross country if those sports decide not to play, then that is an optics issue for football right now, the telling those other sports, you cannot compete for a national title right now. They have to decide whether or not they can compete for a national title in the spring. Shane Lyons at West Virginia is the chair of the Football Oversight Committee, he said. There are some F C s football programs. They're still trying to play some non conference football games. His team is trying to play one of them. So all of those things are still a lot of questions and that a straight talk wireless no contract. No compromise. What does it all mean? College of football? Mac Brown says. What is needed is a singular decision Maker. I've been pretty vocal in saying that I think we need a commissioner of college football. It's the double A's in one spot right now in the really is they don't have voting power. And the commissioners aren't all on the same page, and I'd rather see everybody on the same page. I think it would be better because way all had chances to come back at different times. We all are handling things differently by conference. Even the medical protocol is different in one conferences camp compared to another. This is SportsCenter all night on ESPN Radio and the ESPN APP. I am Jim basket from the embassy, the Bulls firing coach Jim Boylan at 22 43. Chicago, one of the eight teams that didn't qualify for the NBA's restart. He was 39 80 for his bowls, Coaches 3 17 winning percentage, the second lowest Tim Floyd and Bulls history for a coach with a minimum of 100 games. Chicago's assistant coaching staff will remain in place as they work with players at the team's facility. Bobby Marks on first take your take on possible replacements. The Boylan the name probably zeroing in on it. Certainly Kenny at continuing in Brooklyn and get a really good, nice job, but that next team and as a strong developmental history, email Duca, who's in it out there? Through that Spurs tree. Darvin Ham, who you know, certainly paid his dues in Milwaukee and now and now in Milwaukee with Atlanta was cut. But so yeah, those are that's a good job. I think it's a good job, a great city as you guys know. And I don't think it's a complete rebuild. I would consider more of it. Kind of like a retooled. Meantime, Vladi Divac is stepped down is a GM of the Sacramento Kings. Joe Dumars takes over on an interim basis. Steve actually Kings GM Since August of 2015 he is now out. 31 41. They were this past season, missing the postseason for 1/14 consecutive year. That's the league's longest such streak, Speaking of streaks and tears. About damn time, Mr Person. I heard him over there. Think Leader to show what they expect from me down.
"football oversight committee" Discussed on Get Up!
"While, certainly in the midst of Pandemic Greenie, I'm not going to rule anything out in terms of long term implications but I'll tell you this everybody has to remember that those power five conference gets conference commissioners the athletic directors they help comprised the NCAA. Part of it people talk about the NC Double A. as if this building in Indianapolis which it is but what makes up the NC double? A. is every single institution of Division One two three that belongs to it. Right when we talk about the Football Oversight Committee we're talking about the NCWA Football Oversight Committee Shane Lyons the Athletic Director at West Virginia is a part of that. All of these people comprise the NCWA's committees so there when you talk about It you're talking about the power five. So it is it realistic for them to break away I mean it's possible. Yes. But even if they were to do that, you still have to have some sort of oversight some sort of compliance and that type of enforcement that nobody likes regardless of where it comes from Dominique, as you sit here and just listen to this whole conversation is one who played the sport, the collegiate and the professional level what are your thoughts. I think you made the point earlier that mark, emmers has has the opportunity right now to speak up and do more than just throw his hands up and say that it's no longer my responsibility. I, can do nothing about this i. think it's something about principal and anyone who's ever had a job understands that you can't always say what you feel or say what you want to say at every moment. So I understand and I sympathize with mark. In that situation but sometimes all of us know that there are certain situations that are just too big for you to sit idly by and throw your hands up and if the medical advisers that we talked about earlier I think it was Dr del Rio is saying that this is the titanic I assumed that he's telling mark the same thing if not more aggressively and if Mark Emerald here's staff from him and his decision to come up and say. My hands are tied. I can do nothing about it, and if it's true, what policy suggesting that it's about preserving his salary that's something that I'd be uncomforter- uncomfortable living and I hope that Marc emery can do some soul searching and figure out if this is something that he feels strongly enough about if the health and safety of his players is something, you feel strongly enough about that. He's going to listen to the medical adviser who says this is the titanic and not allow players to board the titanic for a measly three, million dollars like he's already made plenty of money. I'm sure he's fine. So. Go ahead if this is what you are hearing and this is what you generally believe stand up and put them out there and say, this is not safe. Yeah. That was a direct quote. He said it feels like we're the titanic and arguing over when to tell the band to play guys. Thank you. I'll leave it there for the moment but this obviously is a story we'll continue to cover. Meanwhile, we'll get back to our story of the day in a moment. Is it possible that the last thing in the world you would have expected would derail the championship hopes of a team like the Seattle? seahawks. Wine next you're watching get up ninety s being. We are back on get up and this story. The seahawks waived rookie corner named Kema Severin. After he was caught on video trying to sneak a woman into the team's hotel the NFL network first reported the circumstances of his release noting that the woman was wearing seahawks gear in an attempt to disguise herself as a player. It's a story that we have treated this morning. As, both malaria because it sort of is and serious because it sort of is that too we had some technical difficulties but delighted to be able to Stephen Smith for just a moment here before he gets ready to do I, take whitchurch thirteen minutes. So Steve, taking into account the context that you were talking on I, take the other day and I really enjoyed watching it. About what what Max described as conjugal visits in the NBA's bubble I want your thoughts on this. SEATTLE. Player being released for trying to smuggle a female into the training camp addressed as I see hawks. Player. I think the most important point to point out before we say anything else is that these athletes particularly in the NBA with the bubble, and now in the NFL have been subjected to cruel and unusual punishment. The fact of the matter is is a very, very difficult times that they're living in right now to sit up the into say that they have to refrain. From from the from. Per Se is a huge struggled and we cannot minimize that. However, the Seattle seahawks obviously have made the right decision because you have to set the tone and make sure someone recognizes the seriousness of the situation by engaging in such an act would somebody that hasn't been approved hasn't been tested, etc etc. You could potentially ruin a season because you can contaminate not just yourself but your whole team. So they made the right decision and sending the message but I, think if there was anything that qualifies as a forgivable offensive to some degree assuming nobody's been harmed, there's anything that requires a level of compassion and understanding and forgiveness this would qualify I think it's important to say. I really don't know how to follow that up because it really unusual circumstances me actually finish it because I have to let you go by asking a real question, which is dominic brought this up earlier if the plan is to do exactly what you're talking about the now the NBA is allowing the teams that are staying to have families and other visitors come into the bubble if the plan is to expect that that some of the young players who are not married and all that sort of thing are going to live the way we're talking about for five months if that's just kind of the plant dominic saying that as a plan that has no chance of success what do you think? He's absolutely right I. mean we again cruel and unusual punishment and I said that the weeks now you're talking. I mean there's no way this is going to it's going to happen I promise you that right now i? Mean we just have to be real about this grebe brigands just is very, very important greedy. There is no way I repeat no way that the vast majority forget all forget not even a vast majority not even a minority of the players are going to subscribe to such rules. There's no spending cuts months engaging in celibacy stop it. Stop. It I mean we just have to I. saw on. ESPN MICKEY MOUSE BUT WE HAVE to be real the chances of succeeding. UH, slim to none last time I checked green and you go home every day. So do you dominate your say I see both of y'all smiling every toll model care yesterday I, do you have not seen? Jalen rose frown and five. Okay So. I'm just like we just have to be honest about what there is no chance. No chance that that is going to happen. You cannot subject professional athletes. You'll can't subject men to that kind of restriction. You. Just it's. I think it's fair to say men in N. women like it is natural animals like. Football dominate not obviously it in general to I'm to to say. Right or their natural instinct is going to eat it appropriate to not do it like you're asking me all lot like that is a natural instinct Mike. Yeah You just like Mike I Better get no arguments here whatsoever. When I woke up this morning I would hear Dominic say natural instinct is to eat and procreate. That was just wasn't what I came to work to. Do I take. Yes. I take yesterday I. Say it again today you know what Adam was created. You know something and he walked and talked in the garden of Eden would God. All he had to do was obey the rules who got him no disobeyed. that. We understand we just have to understand and accept Peter Kabul your executive producer promised you. He's in, he's in the Control Room Diane Laugh at. Me and I repeat man is watching this segment right now go to Steven Ain't don't don't know what he's talking about he's wrong day. No Right. That's. Okay. I have confirmation that Pete is laughing I'm being told that in my ear, be I have to let you go eight minutes from I take..
"football oversight committee" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Me was over the weekend while you hear employers from Washington. State saying I've been cut from the team you had guys calling the I just taking the. Were for about what happened what like as much as Washington's they said, they did not cut the players the players saying on the other end was they've done everything but say that they've cut us we've been removed from the group Jan. we can't come to the facility anymore. A lot of that seemed to be 'cause I, think by lack of communication between the two sides but people who cover college football do a little bit too much taking the word of the schools too much taking the. Word of the coaches too much taking the word of the sports information directors now is not a time to do this. Now is a time to talk to players. Now's the time to find out what their circumstances are, what they're going through I. Think in that situation, it's it's impart fear and selfishness from those people because they understand that it's important to have a good relationship frankly with si or good relations with the coach in a long term more than it is to have a good relationship. With the players or to necessarily do the right thing in those situations. So I think that it requires bravery for the kids to stay to stand up in this moment, but it's also also going to require some brave bravery. Excuse me for the media members in those situations to expose the wrong that are taking place maybe a require some measure bravery but I'll tell you right now if you call the school and come to them with some hard questions and say, let me know something you'd. Be. Amazed at how responsible a lot of those schools are right now because they know that the information in a lot of ways is on the side of the players I have actually found these schools can be far more receptive than I thought they would be under these circumstances like as much as people Wanna maintain the relationships that they have with people. They got to do a much better job of realizing that the most vulnerable classic people in Sports is the college athletes in somebody's got to. Be Looking for them in the name of their safety but looking for them in the name of the truth because that's what we're supposed to be doing in this job. At a straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart. A couple of things to note there one is, yes. Sometimes the media does go to the. For for the point and to see what's going on and to find out what's going on with these college programs. But part of the reason is you've already heard the one side from the player. You go to get the other side from the coach, the team, and yes, sometimes you gotta get both. Here's the other part of this the NC, double, A. is not some building on a hill that cast down edicts to these college programs. The governor's the board of Directors, the Division One council all three of these entities are made up. Of School Presidents School Chancellor's associate athletic directors, athletic directors, commissioners, they aren't mark. Emerton. That's it. He answers he works at the behest of these people. So when we say the NC AA is at fault and also the school president. That's the same thing spn college football insider Heather Dennis joins us on the Shell Pennzoil performance, line heather I wrong on that like the NC, double A. versus the president's versus the. This isn't just a Mark Emerton issue here. Oh. It's not and I think that people forget that the NCWA is comprised of the schools. As you mentioned I, mean you pick a handful of athletic directors at big time programs in this country and I guarantee you're gonNA, get at least one of them that is on. One or more NCWA, committees and subcommittees I mean, the Football Oversight Committee, the competition, committee, those are all comprised. They're all NCWA groups and they're all comprised of athletic directors. The one issue that you could say about these committees whether it's board of Governors board drags I don't WanNa get too in the weeds of this but they're roughly twenty four plus members on all of these eight of them represent the F. B. S. only a handful at four five, represent the power five and so when you go into this, you've got it's essentially like saying, Hey, the NFL and the NFL let's get together and work out our differences and find out if we can find. Common Ground these schools division two division three F. B. S. F. CS power five down power five group of five thorough working with different models they're in different stratosphere. So it's no doubt and should be no confusion as to why hardly anything ever gets done in terms of making decisions. Other right is extremely different and every school and division is unique with its finances and its challenges. You know a lot we were talking earlier in this week is is uconn GonNa create a snowball in terms of. Programs shutting down and the response I got from multiple athletic directors was no because you can't situation is so unique my everyone end up at the same spot. Yes but it's not because Yukon triggered it. So to speak is because everyone is dealing with their own different circumstances. Yukon was you count as independent? They'd no conference they're not. There's no shared TV money. They weren't GonNa have stadium sales to cover any expenses and so and they lost half their schedule because of people not wanting to play not conference game. So there's was a lot going into that heather what has been the reaction to what the PAC twelve players wrote and more recently with the big ten players wrote with regards to demands and requests that they would like met if not discussed. Well I think it's important to realize two very different things in their request. If you look at the big ten letter, almost all of it was surrounded around health protections during the coronavirus pandemic and I spoke with big ten commissioner Kevin warned yesterday and he told me that he's extremely receptive and encouraging of student athletes to speak out on whatever it might be. That's bothering them. He said they have. My email, they have my cell phone on Monday. He spent two and a half hours on a zoom call with two student athletes from every school in the big ten plus their athlete director. So he welcomes it with open arms. But at the same time says, we're also doing some of these things. So certain things in place, and then you look at the PAC twelve list of demands and it is. Some right some of it is health protections, but there it goes well beyond that and it goes into racial injustice issues and it also goes into things like medical insurance post career salaries there. It's just much lengthier list of requests and I don't know that it's entirely realistic that they're going to all of those things accomplished. Is it important that they're raising those issues? Absolutely but I think they're also has to be a realistic perspective of some of some of these things just can't be accomplished overnight and the PAC twelve is working on a lot of them has instituted a lot of them and Larry Scott. Their commissioner also has also been receptive to speaking with them as well. SPN College Football Insider, College Football playoff reporter Heatherton. It's joining us here. I. Take Your take on match here on ESPN radio and ESPN news. Larry Scott there were reports out that he and a few other PAC twelve athletic directors are ready and willing to meet with some PAC, twelve players to discuss some of these demands and you mentioned what Kevin Warren had to say about, hey, they have my email I've read the letter I'm ready to dialogue. You mentioned some of the things that have already been. Are there any things in those letters that you believe in the next three and a half weeks can be accounted? Well I think the things that can be met in the next three weeks are being accounted for in terms of the protections that have been in place or have been put in place for the student athletes not I don't have the letter in front of me. So it's Kinda hard for me to answer that question. Let me throw out to you. The big ten says, heather the the players say, Hey, we got two tests during the week for Covid nineteen and got a post game, and then we'll do one on a Wednesday. We want one that comes out a test within twenty four hours of the game and the test results released. No later than two hours before kickoff like is something like that realistic considering the cost of these tests and the.
"football oversight committee" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Jodi, Are you working? I am. But you know what? I'm also doing, Terry words watching N ba basketball lie. That's gotta feel good. I love baseball, Watch the Mets and Yankees twice and I just loved it. It's only an exhibition with magic and the Clippers right now, But you know what? It's better than nothing and that is going on today, the first day of live bay of live exhibition games or call them scrimmages. For 10 minute quarters in the NBA A tomorrow the start of the Major league baseball season and today, the state of Pennsylvania said they're not going to allow the Toronto Blue Jays to play home games at PNC Park in Pittsburgh amid the crone of virus. That was their had said, Ah, that was the plan can. It already denied the Blue Jays request to play in Toronto because the regular season would be the frequent travel back and forth from from the United States? So now the state of Pennsylvania has said no. And I guess the Blue Jays looking elsewhere. The football oversight committee is asking the association board of Governors. To avoid making a decision later this week on whether to conduct conduct fall championships as college sports tries to find a path to play through the pandemic again. This letter was dated yesterday was from the Football Oversight Committee is asking the board of Governors not to cancel. There is some speculation that the board of governors would cancel fall championships on him in a meeting on Friday. And that's about the hope is that that will not happen. UK smack stuffy in Western Kentucky's John Haggerty on the Ray Guy Award Watch list on my fact, Max stuffy the winner of the Great Guy Award last year, named after the Hall of Fame punter. Toledo coach Jason Candle announced today that he has tested positive for Cove in 19 years..
"football oversight committee" Discussed on WWL
"Can back tomorrow. Welcome in our two year of sports talk on this Monday afternoon. Good to have you aboard. Troy Dannon, Tulane's athletic director. He's named to the Division. One football Oversight Committee is on the line with us right now, Troy, congratulations and thanks so much for the time. Christian. I think that's thanks for the congratulations. It's an interesting time. Certainly international football nor that no doubt. Yeah. I mean, where do I start here? You know the oversight committee. What's the charge? Masking the question. I kind of the Inter too. But just for the audience. What's the charge there? The football oversight Committee. Well, it's a little unique because you know, the championship Series and football is the one sport that is not governed. By the way, so the football oversight Committee really manages the season protocols from season two playing rules, too. To everything else that basically gets us to a championship, and normally we think of the play is putting on the national championship in at that point, the FBS level attendant over to the college football playoff We do certify bowls and have handed bull process But and then and then move around the sea s championship series so little bit different, But, you know, Right now there's there's a lot of arrows pointed at football oversight certainly, and Well, I think things have settled. The last big move was to get a This six week protocol toe get the season ran back up again that formal school started today. I think we're kind of sitting in limbo, waiting for a couple of weeks until more dominoes fall, and I think there there could be a lot of challenges ahead. Forthis fall on. That probably goes without saying Yeah. Troy Word of the pros. We're hearing about the possibility that you know schools are conferences could flip. The fall sports of the spring, But I would I would say a con, too. That would be your basically playing to football season's if you get back to normal in the fall of 2021 In a calendar year. I think that that would be a little bit of a risk on the players. I think there are a lot of reasons against spring. I think that is the number one reason personally, I'm I'm strongly opposed to spring for really two reasons. One. I don't think you certainly can play two full seasons in one calendar year. Even if you just took an eight game conference on Ly type season into the spring. I don't believe you could play a full 12 in the fall. And, you know right now may be the second reason I'm opposes. A smart, I'm concerned March looks just like October. You know, there's there's threats that there'll be a vaccine, but we haven't seen a vaccine yet, and there's no telling what the spring's going to look like. So I think the best we can do to play in some form this fall. Ah, you know, I'm just not willing to bet on there being anything there to go in the spring. And let alone the complications on the fall season, which by the fall of 21 I think everybody I haven't heard anybody doesn't expect some type of normalcy from a financial standpoint. Everybody's gonna need 12 games in the fall of 21 to get their departments back on some solid footing, and I didn't compromise out by trying to squeeze something in spring. What do you think you're the majority are the minority that oppose opposes the spring schedule for fall sports. I think that Yeah, I think the the power five conferences Are are much more against it than the rest of football is, but part of that's for a logical reason. That is where nobody's really sure what happens to the television deals in the spring. You know the television deals were Drafted with the fall season in mind, and you know from a from a revenue stamp. You know that the business model here, you know, Football's not going to take place and lets its safety, uh, safe for everyone involved. But there's also a business model that everybody's trying to balance in the business model of the power five in the autonomy and that and I would say, even even in our league, you know, we like to say Power six. Uh, there's a lot of differences, but one similarity is the TV deal significant Teo, too in our league. And I think there's a lot of trepidation with the spring. I do think for the rest of the group schools and F C S, and we saw Junior college has already made a commitment to play in the spring. Right now, though, there there is no mechanism for spring football. The way will have to develop and approved some type of spring season and, uh, well, I'm not saying that that wouldn't happen, You know? Brings no panacea. There's a lot of hurdles before you would get to that point. I think there are a lot of steps before you get to that point was trying to get this executed in fall. Troy Dannon, Tulane's athletic director. He's also just named to the Division one late Division one Football Oversight Committee in Troy at Tulane. How's the How healthy is the athletic department there? Amidst the Koven 19 pandemic and other schools have had to cut programs. Do you see any of that possibility for too late? We haven't and we're fortunate, you know, in a lot of ways. Hear hear the healthier department in the non autonomy schools is really kind of healthy your institution down like two ladies institutions ever been in a better financial position. Maybe ever been stronger from enrollment position. So we were one of the fortunate schools. We haven't really touched anything. And now all bets are off. If we don't play football in the fall because they are our business model does revolve around football, and we'll have to make some changes. But From a from a health of the department. I like. Keep reminding our staff and our football staff. You know, sometimes you you have some hurdles at at a private school. Like you know, the admissions process is different. And you know our lump. Don't live around here. You have some hurdles. But this is a blessing. The situation's a blessing for a school actually lane for From keeping things Financially healthy, You know, the other part of health for us. You know what way? Run about 1300 test now, and I think we've returned seven positives and would have been very, very healthy from that standpoint. I feel like we're in a great place. If the seasons a lot of start and we're allowed to play all 12 games, I feel like we're going to be in a great place. But The challenging thing with this for all institutions from Tulane Della Futa Teo to any institution. The place football is As good as we think we have it as good as we think are bubbles are that we've built As much testing is we're doing That's four hours a day, the most in the other 20 hours today, when society decides whether we're going to play football or not, And you know,.
College Athletes Forced To Sign Coronavirus Waivers To Return To Campus
"The last couple of days you certainly seen stories circulating the various schools are requiring players for voluntary workouts to sign waivers. We had Alan Green on earlier from Albany. said they talked about it. They decided not to. So. What does it really mean I? Know what it sounds like. It sounds really bad does heather has done some reporting on that and so much else, and she joins us from ESPN. Heather, great W on. It's always a pleasure. I know you know what it means, but I'll let you take the audience through the process. We said hello to you. Hey Paul. Thanks for having me on I. I think the best way to describe. It is through reporting, which is what Ohio state athletic. Director Gene Smith told me when I spoke to him last night and I asked him. Is this a way to protect yourself? Is it a liability issue? and His answer was no. This is not a legal document. That's why we're calling pledge, and that's because athletic directors throughout the country are concerned about what happens when these college kids leave the confines of Control of athletic facilities. And you know this is, this is the concern as departments are bending. Bending over backwards Paul to not only meet CDC guidelines, but to exceed them to protect these student athletes, but as soon as these players Wanna go to their favorite Taco bar to their girlfriend's house or the other bar whatever it might be all bets are off, so gene Smith is saying is we put this plan in place to try to get them to promise to us that? When they leave the athletic facilities, they will wear a mask. They will social distance. They will be responsible and do what they can to protect themselves the team and stop the spread of the corona virus. I'm glad you explained that. Because we've all been reacting with our is Eyebrows raised heather beyond that. You can't just look at your television and get a snapshot that the numbers are going up because we're. We're in a different spot here. Fourteen weeks in. We were weak, one two or three, but. Some of this negativity comes at really inopportune time as college football moves, everything else moves toward an opening what? What is your reporting? Tell you about where we are well. I've been on the phone all day. Actually trying to answer that question because things are changing and I spoke to Florida. Athletic Director Scott Stricklin today, because he's in Florida where cases arising, and he's still very optimistic. That college football is going to start on time and we're. They are located. I don't WanNa. Use the word safe, but they don't have a lot of cases within their outlet department right now in the community that they're in and you know I was on there. Zoom call last week with. With her doctors and they did a fantastic job again putting things in place to protect student athletes. Now you go to Houston where they had to shut down everything because there were not only six positive cases, but the keeping they were symptomatic. I don't know what to what degree, but that's important because it reminds everyone that they are student athletes. Yes, they are not invincible. Nobody knows exactly how this is going to impact the person that actually gets infected by so I think that's important to remember and I also talked to big twelve. Commissioner Bulls beat today. Yes I'm still very confident that we're going to have a college football season. You're going to see college football games, but it's going to be interrupted. It might be at levels at different places based on the resources that they have going to have outbreaks. Some schools will be able to handle them. Some schools will not and then finally I just hung up with Shane Lyons. Who is the chair of the Football Oversight Committee and he had a great quote, he said the coronavirus is controlling us. We are not controlling it. So as he said as I, sit here today I. Think we're going to have a college football season, but anybody who tells you that they actually know is lying.
"football oversight committee" Discussed on AP News
"Infect others the federal reserve says it will maintain low borrowing rates and forecasting no rate hike through twenty twenty two this is ABC news in Paris contract workers held a protest saying the corona virus is killing their jobs the flash mob style demonstration included about thirty people dressed in black simulating strangulation with that ties with some putting signs reading sentenced to death into a coffin from his government spends billions on temperate unemployment benefits the workers contract workers in the food catering and special events industry one also included all the restaurants and national borders all gradually reopening in France the vital tourism sector is expected to remain muted and making it even worse large gatherings a band until at least the end of the summer I'm Charles the last month Republican Utah gubernatorial candidate and former ambassador John huntsman says he has tested positive for the corona virus huntsman says he will isolate himself while he's energized campaign continues I'm a Donahue AP news corona virus update I'm at Donahue within eighteen news minute Major League Soccer returns to the field next month college football players may soon be back on the field the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kemp at tennis players ranked outside the top five hundred in singles are outside the top one hundred seventy five in doubles are eligible for grants worth up to a thousand dollars from the international tennis federation to help deal with no matches because of the corona virus pandemic I'm a Donahue.
"football oversight committee" Discussed on AP News
"In Paris contract workers held a protest saying the corona virus is killing their jobs the flash mob style demonstration included about thirty people dressed in black simulating strangulation with that ties with some putting signs reading sentenced to death into a coffin from his government spends billions on temperate unemployment benefits the workers contract workers in the food catering and special events industry one also included all the restaurants and national borders all gradually reopening in France the vital tourism sector is expected to remain muted and making it even worse large gatherings a band until at least the end of the summer I'm Charles the last month Republican Utah gubernatorial candidate and former ambassador John huntsman says he has tested positive for the corona virus huntsman says he will isolate himself while he's energized campaign continues I'm a Donahue AP news corona virus update I'm at Donahue within eight P. news minute Major League Soccer returns to the field next month college football players may soon be back on the field the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kemp at tennis players ranked outside the top five hundred in singles are outside the top one hundred seventy five in doubles are eligible for grants worth up to a thousand dollars from the international tennis federation to help deal with no matches because of the corona virus pandemic I'm a Donahue thank.
"football oversight committee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A football oversight committee has approved a six week preseason practice plan for college football teams the division one council is expected to approve that next week teams would start practicing mid to late July twenty four seven sports said today that at least eight Alabama football players reportedly have tested positive for covert nineteen so far soccer FC Cincinnati's been drawn into group II for the upcoming MLS is back tournament set to be played a beginning Wednesday July eighth through Tuesday August eleventh at the ESPN wide world of sports complex in Orlando the orange and blue will square off with Atlanta United FC the New York red bulls and Columbus crew in the group stage of the tournament a golf returned today the opening round of the Charles Schwab challenge in fort worth no spectators a Jim Herman fired an opening round two over seventy two at last check he was nine shots off the lead behind Justin rose who was at seven under zeta graduation Kokrak eight three under sixty seven four shots off the pace at last check Phil shot a one under the basketball tournament announced today that nationwide arena in Columbus will play host to all twenty three games of this year's event sixty four teams in eight regions former bearcat Mel Levitt hoping to have a team in the field he will be our guest tonight at eight OO five you're on sports talk the tournament runs July fourth through the fourteenth it's a one million dollar winner take all prize the event will be played without fans televised on.
Multiple Alabama football players test positive for coronavirus
"The NC double a football oversight committee has approved a six week preseason practice plan for college football teams the division one council is expected to approve that next week teams would start practicing mid to late July twenty four seven sports said today that at least eight Alabama football players reportedly have tested positive for covert nineteen so far
"football oversight committee" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The PGA start right there with golf is Corey Conners has now moved into a first place tie with Justin rose per gallon at four under par is the opening round continues today at the PGA tour's Charles Schwab classic in fort worth Texas this of course the first event in the PGA tour's two thousand twenty restart Phil Mickelson just three shots off the lead he's currently on the course at one under par through six holes the Tigers select the man considered the best player in this year's draft as they take Arizona state Spencer Torkelson with the first overall pick last night the final four rounds of the amateur draft will take place this evening the Tigers levy opening selection in each of those four rounds on a conference call with reporters yesterday new lions defensive tackle Nick Williams was asked if there's actually been a positive to the fact that this year's offseason program has been a virtual one because of the covert nineteen pandemic which shut down NFL facilities for nearly two and a half months I think this will work thank god get more time at home you know with their families and family really appreciating the little things in life that cannot go unnoticed so I think from his family and being able to just strangers see my body change in a really get ready for the season and C. W. officials are expected to approve a plan today recommended by the college football oversight committee that will add two extra weeks of walk through practices between those extra practices will begin on July twenty fourth with fourteen fifteen and forty five past the hour I'm Tony Ortiz WWJ newsradio nine fifty will hit the roads with traffic and weather next meet chock now meet trucks personal information hello made up of things like account log ins bank info and Chuck social security number whenever Chuck shops banks and browses online his info travels all over the world bowls you ni how brief yet exposing it to cyber threats well that's no good so how is chock able to.
NCAA to vote on six-week start plan for college football teams
"York cross country there are all kinds of plans for getting kids back to school in the fall including colleges now college football is out with a pre season planned and NC double a plan to extend the college football pre season by two weeks could help coaches and players make up for the corona virus wiping out spring practice the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize the plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before preseason practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan
"football oversight committee" Discussed on AP News
"And NC double a plan to extend the college football pre season by 2 weeks could help coaches and players make up for the corona virus wiping out spring practice the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to 121 padded slow speed workouts during the 14 days before pre season practices began in August the workouts would be part of a 20 hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal 29 day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division 1 council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kempen
NCAA finalizing plan for extended college football preseason
"And NC double a plan to extend the college football pre season by two weeks could help coaches and players make up for the corona virus wiping out spring practice the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kempen
"football oversight committee" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"I would guess who's WBBM news time for fifteen times out of the accu weather forecast it's sponsored by the Lynch truck center and here's meteorologist Bob Larson sunshine the rest the Centenario that hot I live very close to ninety a little cooler seventies at the lakefront partly cloudy tonight breezy and warm below seventy that have come cloudy tomorrow turning windy as well these and heavy showers and a thunderstorm or two tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night some of the rain can be heavy any store can be severe high tomorrow eighty eight low tomorrow night once again just seventy Wednesday intervals of clouds and sunshine windy and not as warm as you but as well parts of the area singer shower thunderstorm high seventy eight partly sunny breezy and warm Thursday high eighty two cooler Friday and Saturday partly sunny on Friday high seventy six the deal sunshine Saturday high seventy to the lake front temperature currently seventy six Broadway eighty not aware eighty nine and angle sided CD one of accu weather meteorologist Bob Larson on Chicago's weather station newsradio seven eighty add water five point nine FM WBBM news time for sixteen time for new Porsche from Loeber motors in Lincoln would tie for sports now here's Jeff Joni aptly sensitivity close to approving it updated twenty twenty schedule that could see teams begin mandatory workouts as soon as July sixth report from Sports Illustrated still hammering out with the division one football oversight committee it's about twenty members mostly athletic directors so a lot of this is involved including a I hope that they could start on September fifth with the actual season mandatory workouts July thirteenth.
NCAA Won't Mandate Uniform Return to Sports, Mark Emmert Says
"Really looking forward to chatting with heather vintage from ESPN. Who broke the story last night? In relation to our interview with Mark Emirates the president most people saw the headlines throughout the evening and early day the NCW. A uniform return And now we can get an inside that conversation and find out what it all means Heather thank you for being with us. It's great to connect with you again. Hope you're well. I'll tell you man I don't know that heather and I usually convene in at ESPN on Sunday morning. About six fifteen in the morning. We're we're both the bleary eyed for various reasons but we get through it and Heather I feel the same way. Let's let's let's talk about your conversation with President Amran. Everyone thinks they know what it means. But you talk to Him. Tell us about it. Well I think one of the big questions I have had about all of this is what is the double role and some coaches have been outspoken. And saying we need somebody to issue a sort of blanket set of instructions to help us out on this and so I asked him point blank with the NCAA issue a start date and he said not in this case usually we would. That's what we do but The Corona virus pandemic has thrown this off the track and so he is saying from the highest level and college sports. What I have heard from every single commissioner that I have talked to which is it is not up to us and they stressed this in a phone call to Vice President Mike Pence a couple of weeks ago and I think it's very important to reiterate. Just how different college? Sports are from Pro Sports. They can't just you know. Pull up in a parking lot and get a test in minutes and go into a stadium. That's unlock they. Must WAIT UNTIL UNIVERSITY. Presidents reopened campuses So as much as a lot of people have heard like the NCWA to do something to help not even commissioners the most powerful people in sports the power five commissioners can do this uniformly as much as they would like to. They are cognizant of the fact. This is changing state by state. So what role does Emmerick ploy moving forward? So part of it he said is helping regulate the what is it ninety conference championships that they do oversee And Remember the NC Double A. Was the one that had the authority and the power to cancel the NCAA basketball tournaments which they run and all the other winter sports and the spring sports calling a halt to those conference championship games but his thing was basically saying we are here to help them in terms of fast tracking legislation. Let's say they only go to eight conference games Or How do you do? We need to reconfigure how you determine a conference champion and a certain league or play number of games Bob Ob the big twelve. Commissioner told me to football oversight committee will have something to do with a lot of those questions and and rules and regulations but at the NC double a level he said he and his staff are preparing just like the commissioners are for whatever permutation you might be able to think about what seasons might look like in order to respond quickly and say okay. You only have eight of ten teams and you're GonNa play championship. Here's here's we're going to rewrite this here you go. He said something Friday that was that I thought was interesting where where he alluded to it. In loot he was pretty matter of fact about the students on campus. Before you can play and that's been the debate You you talk to more people than anyone help us understand where we're the commissioners are right now and why did Mark emerets say that well choosers. Depends on who you talk. Too Much Commissioner Craig. Thompson was very blunt about it when I spoke to him and basically said I don't see how you can have athletes back. You don't have students back Jon Steinbrecher of the Mack told me the exact same thing Bob. Dole's be told me last week he said well. Here's the thing if everyone is going to online classes the first step is you have to have your athletes register online because again. They are student athletes if they're not registered for those online classes. That's the first step. You can't get back on campus. You're you can't be a student athlete. So there are also conversations going on about what it could look like on some campuses that have some students returned to campus. We're just freshman or however you might want to Put that piece of the puzzle together but there are certainly varying pain herm Edwards at. Asu told me if it's not safer. Sousa comeback from my players and coaches. I WANNA have everybody tested
"football oversight committee" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"So of course we gotTa Bring College Football as it is college athletics. General as they are one of the bigger topics of the cove in nineteen ravaging the sports world. Here as there's so many questions that still need to be answered about it. I mean you have the kids who played baseball softball in the spring sports who barely started their season. We we had the conversation about whether or not they'll get eligibility back they will We had issue another issue here as a we have some states who are starting to open up whether or not. That's smart idea or not is up to you but there's some states opening of and there's some states had mentioned that they refuse to have any gatherings period for possibly the rest of the year. So there are the it's definitely a state-by-state basis. There's no real like over arching rule for all the states right now and that affects sports in general but college football specifically so Cova Nineteen first rabbits sports world in the second. We can March College. Athletic conferences generally acted separately became so similar conclusions when they cancelled their conference basketball tournaments since then the power five commissioners have held daily conference calls on all things corona virus related including potential contingency plans to the football season. Not Be able to start on time to this point. They've largely been a united front over the last couple of weeks. We've seen drastically different approaches from one region of the country to another when it comes to reopening businesses in parts of the south in mid West. Diners are back at restaurants and people are getting haircuts while in the east and west coast remained largely shut down on April twenty four. Th Georgia governor. Brian Kemp allowed bowling. Alleys gyms tattoo parlors to reopen sidebar. Why would you go to a bowling alley? I'm just saying bullies and jibs or to the places I would avoid the boast during this right now and I sorry sorry anyways? That was a sidebar. California Governor Gavin newsom is about to loosen restrictions for retail businesses. But only those that offer curbside pickup. Which I guess. They haven't had that because where I'm from South Carolina. We've had curbside pickup. Will you like every place? Has Curbside pickup pretty much across the country? Neighboring states have formed coalitions to help their governments determine how best to move forward a map of those coalition when look much different than a map of college conferences from forty years ago all politics as usual our local but college. Athletics is a national enterprise in college. Ally Realignment Conference realignment has created leaves that covered giant swabs of the country the ACC structure from Miami to Boston the big ten from Nebraska to New Jersey. The American Athletic Conference includes both Pennsylvania and Texas. So what happens if similar disparities continue when it comes time for university officially decide whether they're in a position to welcome back soon this fall whether or not visable resume athletics and one of those disparities exist non just from conference to conference but even with within leagues themselves. It's only early May. And even commissioners themselves aren't necessarily aligned in their answers. Commissioner Larry Scott Overseas conference panic stays for which remains shut down. He said this spirit of cooperation when it comes to college. Football in particular is strong bias towards making. Sure we do this together. We're all members of the College Football playoff. And we're going to have a playoff. At the end. The season we need to have uniformity on how we have a season conversely all six of the states in the big twelve head partially reopened. I think Commissioner Bob Bowels of the big twelve bulls be great name for commissioner. By the way I think it will be very surprising. All of college football can start on time and play for this season without disruptions even within leagues there may be some situations where some the teams will play in. Some them wouldn't acu measure John's Wofford's conference encompasses both cove. In one thousand nine ravaged New York with Syracuse and is in no position to fully reopened anytime soon. And then you have Clemson in South Carolina downtown. Greenville was hopping Monday. Was THAT IS TRUE. I live near Greenville. It's it's actually very sad. How many people were out at about? They opened the mall in. Greenville Week. The Mall anyways. Just Wofford said. We're in ten states. Theoretically we could have half of our schools being allowed to play at a certain point and the other half not being allowed to play. Hopefully it won't turn out that way but it could in any combination of play and not play then. We would have to make some decisions as any conference. Would the American Athletic Conference Commissioner? Mike Aris goes eleven team. League includes both to lane located in New Orleans as early outbreak. And then you have East Carolina located in the county that scene just to corona virus deaths. We're going to have a have a long discussion with our eighty about this but the sense I'm getting is that we would play if vast majority of our teams could play if maybe there was a team or two that couldn't I don't think the teams that couldn't play would want to hold back the entire group which he says that now but when we actually get to it might be a little different. I in my opinion I think it depends whether or not if if that team doesn't play. Do they still get a share of the conference pie? Earnings the money from it because then then they have an incentive to be safe about it and not play because as a main issue with a lot of these lies collegiate especially college football decisions. There's so much money in college football. We discussed it many times before college. Football mostly funds the entirety of athlete departments for some for most every school. And so if are two lane if you are guaranteed to get your piece of the conference percentage of TV revenue and money and stuff like that would you play. I wouldn't just be play it safe. You're still going to get your money play. Say but if you're not going to get that piece then you're going to be forced to pretty much play and you're putting athletes endanger you're putting athletes of the whole conference endanger pretty much but anyways this could all lead to Awkward College Football Playoff. You have somebody that played eight gains someone else has played four games. It's pretty tough to evaluate them. Gives each other bowls be said as of now all the leaves are preparing as football begin as scheduled for a few reason. Everyone wants to return to normal as quickly as possible quickly as quickly and safely as possible. Being prepared makes it easier to make adjustments. A future events caused more delays. Everyone wants to be ready if the situation improves in the summer and allows for an on start so as you see commissioner. Great Sankey said my focus has been on the preparation as is because then if you have to adjust. You'll be much better position if you're prepared to go forward as scheduled you can adjust from there as opposed to try to prepare for adjustments and then coming back to original date but as the commissioners and their schools prepare for the best case scenario. There are two operative questions. What will individual conferences do if certain schools in conference can't play because of conditions in conditions in their state or community at that time? What happens if one conference has so many programs out of commission that it can't play commissioners tread carefully around question number two Erico Provided an answer to question one above discussions between seven seven split and the twelve to split would be fundamentally different. But he didn't go as far as heiress go all the commissioners acknowledges the possibility however that some of their schools may not be in the same position as others. They hope that by the time they must make a decision. Regarding the season these states will be more aligned the NC double A. Controls the dates of the plane season in football. But it's important to remember that the schools or the AA if a majority of them want to play in the fall and their state governments allow games either with or without spectators. Then it's unlikely that the blaze board of Governors would step into force delay. Another key question is win. Schools must decide whether they want to try to play. Games scheduled the NCWA. Football Oversight Committee is expected to mandate a minimum of six weeks supervised training before athletes play their first games. That would mean a mid-july returned to campuses. Which is about right. So when would schools have to okay that return? I don't know there's a singular day I think there's a range from the first part of July to the middle of July that really is based on what I think is a consensus that having six weeks prior to an opening game is the best place to be and though many school presidents and athletic directors remained publicly optimistic about the possibility of fans being loud and stands come. September privately. Many are playing for the looming possibility. They won't be the. Nba is already considered delaying star next season to December and hopes that maybe fans are back in March said Adrian. Jeannot Wash Naski at this point. We know that we are going to take a huge hit financially. If you don't have fans in the stands the power five are going to take an even bigger hit. You've got stadiums at whole hundred thousand fans. The health and safety has been the primary concerns at Arras. Go one of the arguments against having players play with no fans was if you can't ensure the fan safety. How can you ensure the player safety the counter argument to that? Is that it with players coaches staff staff with the limited number of people who would be in the stadium without fans you can test them you quarantine if you have to do things to protect them where you can't do that if all the fans coming into your statement there so there are so many bad things they could have. If you get a hundred thousand people in the stands because I guarantee you at least one of those people might have it might have it might not feel the symptoms. You know So that's a very dangerous so yeah I mean it's it's crazy. I mean college. Football could start with some teams and without some teams would be kinda crazy and it'll be interesting to see how they do the whole playoff system if that does in fact happen. But when we come back we'll recap episodes five and six of the last dance. It is almost over. We have two more weeks. I hate it when we come back out. This show built around the women from the UFC INVICTA delatour championship. We got the fights cover. It's the golden state media concepts women's MMA podcast. The latest news of upcoming fights discussions of previous matches join us as.
"football oversight committee" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I heard you boyer yeah like you got nothing to say no like yeah literally like you're supposed to say something by nothing blair yeah well how fun with your gangqi 'cause you get nothing to say in the bus the red sox are going down actually nowhere but okay where medicine anyway i don't care you're listening to the paul finebaum show podcast reading murphy we've been talking about a couple of things bredon shed number one talking about bowl games and bread is a bread good see a couple of days ago in destin bread is the america college football insider and it's been a long since we have spoken to him so brett thanks for the time give us the lay of the land of the bowl system good to talk to your call we'll basically where we are right now we have forty bowl games for the next two years in that clues costs playoff title game so got seventy eight bowl team so basically what has been recommended by the ncaa competition committee to the football oversight committee is that there should be able to be a maximum of forty three bowl games and that's based on the historical average of the past four years the number of bowl eligible teams for all ten of the conferences plus the independence and so what that means is we would have an additional three bowl game starting when the new both again in twenty twenty i've been told by multiple sources that the con excuse me the oversight committee should approve the competition committee's recommendation and then the ncaa could announce it i should announce it.
"football oversight committee" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Penalized at that time you're back about fifteen or twenty yards yeah jack represents a break you know what everybody's talking about now doing away with kickoffs idea no i don't either we'll take a break brett mcmurphy is going to join us next and tell us about the overall health of the bowl system not good we'll be right back you listening to call finebaum show podcast reddening murphy we've been talking about a couple of things british shed number one talking about bowl games and bread is bread good see a couple of days ago in destin bread is the america college football insider and it's been a long since we have spoken to him so breath thanks for the time give us the lay of the land of the bowl system good to talk to your call we'll basically where we are right now we have forty bowl games for the next two years in that clues carts playoff title game so we've got seventy eight bowl team so basically what has been recommended by the ncaa competition committee to the football oversight committee is that there should be able to be a maximum of forty three bowl games and that's based on historical average of the past four years the number of bowl eligible teams for all ten of the conferences plus the independence and so what that means is we would have an additional three bowl game starting when the new both cycle began in twenty twenty i've been told by multiple sources that the con excuse me the oversight committee should approve competition committee's recommendation and then the ncaa could announce it should announce.
"football oversight committee" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"There are i don't know how to classify the issues on the table here they're they're always important they're not as big headlines perhaps in other years but as we wind this thing up over the next couple of days what do you think will be some of the most important topics that you as athlete directors discuss well they're broad range some we'll get some headlines someone obviously the the interest and transfers is taking place right now i'm sure they'll be some discussions about gambling and the the recent supreme court decision of what took place there you know there's there's a lot of hot topic buttons some the fans are really interested in some maybe not as much but one of the great things about this conference is the opportunity for all of us to get together had great leadership by commissioner slide which you you know we were talking about the impact he had off the air and and and then obviously what greg sank he's doing now roy kramer before that a lot of great leaders and so but us coming together collectively here at the sec destin every years really one of the special times we get to to have some collegiality at the same time look after our institutions but the sec doesn't better than anybody else when it comes to all of us working together and doing what's right for our conference in our institutions and while you and your your thirteen brethren or working hard to be collegial the thirteen head football coaches are all in a separate room trying to figure how to beat the one guy that works in your department that is there's some truth to that and i'm actually going to talk to them right now but i'm on the football oversight committee so i'm going to give them an update as soon as we're done so that'll be fun i'll get talk about a lot of things i'm sure they're really interested in here i've i've heard i've already got a couple of texas you know send greg in here where we greg byrne thanks always fantastic reshoot listening to paul finebaum show podcast didn't outside.
"football oversight committee" Discussed on Championship Drive
"Opprotunity to play in that fall as an you don't see you know it's not like it was fifteen years ago where everyone says i you're back on your on campus here in late july hurt learned his offense you can start these kids are graduating high school early the whole it's been a whole paradigm shift in the sport we will have it covered for your early signing day recap with matchstick tom loganville and others on friday so make sure you stick tight for that that's gonna be a great podcast when it comes down to it is this something we will see three years from now or is this going to be atom something college football dips sits toes into we see chaos dogs and cats getting along together in in in all of a sudden the incidentally and three years for now says now we're not going to do this i again i think it really depends on who has more cloud here whether it's the coaches or whether it's the administrators and the others on the division one council the football oversight committee who ultimately make the policies for college football now i'd imagine that when these the coaches meet at their convention in january in charlotte or i'll be chris maybe there too there there will be some pushback about the early signing date now how far it gets from there remains to be seen whether the the folks on the oversight committee which is chaired by bildt bubbles be really look at it so can may we didn't hit on this one we could move it back we can move it up i i tend to think that we're going to see another change here in three years time that that that there could be either a much earlier signing date or if it gets moved back that does seem like so many coaches are against it but it is going to test who's really in control of this issue.