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Fresh update on "gainesville" discussed on Hey, It's Cory Hepola
"It's time for today's edition of Bi or so on Righter than you just quickly gonna buy all five of those pigs which is like the kiss of death, but And sell myself for not knowing the difference between a week and a year. So that happens Would you want to be like the most? I think I love Tennessee on Leah's two point favorites in Minnesota. I don't understand how the Jets are supposed to compete with cults. I know it's a lot of points. But like I don't know if it would have to take a terrible day for phone will have to throw three picks. One being a pick six. And that another eternal good last week. They're rock solid jets are awful. I mean, the Chatham case, actually said he needs live bodies on offense. That's it. They don't even it's not even about talent. Right now. It's about the people who are breathing and able to suit up for the team. So I don't know why, but that randomly made me think of a what? The wire quote. That is nothing that you said Did they have hands? Did they have heads then? It wasn't us, sir. I mean, I think that's vaguely relevant. That's the requirement right now for making the judge's hands. I don't hear they work. Just do do they exist. You got a spot. All right. College football will enjoy a loaded slate tomorrow as the SEC on CBS returns with the defending champs and sixth ranked Ellis you taking on Mississippi State. Also in action will be number two. Alabama number three Oklahoma number four Georgia number five Florida Go Gators number seven Notre Dame number eight Auburn and number nine Texas along with a Miami versus Florida State rivalry battle. In a couple of other matchups between top 25 teams, buy or sell tomorrow will finally feel like a real college football Saturday in America. Absolutely be awesome by bullets during Kovacs on us a little bit. You're a Florida pan. This is news. No. Yeah, Absolutely. Oh, yeah. I didn't know I didn't know this. I am about John Runner. Also? Yes. Did you go to Florida know? Did anyone you are related to go to Florida? Absolutely not. Did you get married? I wasn't even allowed to look. That Florida potential college? How many times have you been to Florida? Many times, but I've never been to the University of life. I've dated a girl from just outside Gainesville for three years in college, so I also happen to do them both together. I am a bandwagon fan, but I jumped on the bandwagon with Danny Werfel in 1996. I was 17 along in my whole life. Okay, pick it up. And I'm a tristate area. College football fan. Rutgers isn't an option. Thank goodness and go. It's paying state, you know, like here in New York. You just sort of picking you big. It was gonna be either. You know, one of the teams from the Florida Florida state robbery. I went with Werfel and the high flying Spurrier Gators got no regrets a little bit of judgment, but I'm trying to tamp it down. You can have one too right? I could have one team that's not missing or not. The guy has to be all miserable teams. I got to take Rutgers with the Jets and the Knicks and the Mets. It's got to just all be misery all the time. I'll just answer your question with a statement. I do..
Deshaun Watson Is Ready To Be Heard
"I want to start our conversation with a moment from your interview with the Shawn Watson for your latest ESPN cover story because you talked to him in July over zoom from your home in northern California where you are now and he was two thousand miles away in Houston and you ask them this very pointed question you asked what? Mean, challenges does a lack quarterback face when decided to speak up on social issues. How did this Shawn Watson answer that question? Pablo he answered it in two different ways and to very illustrative ways I would say. He started by saying I. Think you have to watch what you say sometimes. See I think I think you have to watch what you say sometimes. That was the the standard answer. And then he stopped he looked down is if almost to chastise himself, he slapped his hands on his knees and he said, honestly I'm GonNa take that back I felt like. I felt like. Whenever. Black. quarterback especially speaks up dowse world sometimes on their educated enough to know what's going on. So in reality they like, Hey, all. Black QUARTERBACK S. Shut up I know talking about. That switch that he made taking it from what the outside world would think of him to what he thinks of that I thought was was really indicative of this change that he's made personally in the last say six months. It was like he's still a work in progress. He's twenty four years old. He's a young man and he's still sort of has to remind himself that he's no longer straddling this corporate line that he's had to to straddle for three years as an NFL quarterback. Let's trace that trajectory then because in profiling Watson, you traveled to his hometown. Of GAINESVILLE. Georgia what did you learn about his thing? He started out in a public housing project pulled Harrison Square, and if you watch to Sean play, you'll see the wristbands that have eight, one, five on them, and that is as a Al-Majd to eight one, five Harrison Square where he started out with his mom and three siblings. Everyone says to Sean was was just this facilitator. He was everyone's and. He had this charisma about him where he would bring other people along just because he was confident in how good he was. He had been developing as a phenomenal athlete, not just a football player, but he was a great basketball player. and to Sean was just had this ability, he could do whatever he wanted even at that age. He would always pass the ball. He would always pick the kid at the end of line and bring him on his team. He just had that welcoming personality and he was not boastful he was quietly confident. And he became the star of Gainesville. Georgia winning a State Championship in football and taking his basketball team to the final four. From the outside, it appears that he had sort of a gilded life. We always start positive. We always you know anything any -versity of negative stuff that hit us. We always make sure that you know we learn from a real quick and then we turn to page and keep it pushing and keep moving forward.
Former Green Beret charged spying for Russia
"Virginia man charged with spying for Russia when he was an army Green Beret will be in court Monday in Alexandria. Peter Devon's of Gainesville, was arrested yesterday. Prosecutors say he met with Russian intelligence agents for more than a decade, divulging military secrets about his unit's activities in the former Soviet Republics.
Florida high school sports approved to return this fall
"High school sports season can proceed in Florida after a meeting today in Gainesville. The Florida High School Athletic Association's board of directors voted to begin. The first practice is August 24th with the first competition on September 4th
Florida high school sports approved to return this fall
"The fall high school sports season can proceed in Florida after a meeting today in Gainesville. The Florida High School Athletic Association's board of directors voted to begin. The first practice is August 24th with the first competition on September
Police search for suspect as two stabbed in Prince William County
"Daytime stabbing and Prince William County ignites a search for a suspect and major traffic tie ups on Route 29 Lee Highway in Prince William County between Gainesville in Haymarket. Police were looking for the suspect. They say he stabbed two people in a nearby home. The victims are expected to be OK. Search involved a helicopter. Some drivers reported being stuck for an hour. Prince William County Police say that the suspect is known to the victims say the public is not at risk. And Prince William, Counting me Alloy consisting W GOP New and at last report,
Trump's tanking in the polls
"Anzalone, welcome to campaign HQ David Blah always good to hear your voice. Yeah, you and I met I back in Iowa back in the eighties, not to date ourselves, but the answer. Let me start with this. Let's talk about swing voters for minute. Obviously Joe Biden is doing. Incredibly well in public polls I'd assume he's also doing well in your own polling correct. Yeah I think that it's fair to say that. We're seeing a lot of what the public polls are showing that you know. This is in some ways I. Mean you've seen you've been through a lot of presidential campaigns, and as you said, we've been in this together for over thirty years, so we've seen a lot of historical data and quite frankly what we're seeing right in the public bowls and internal is. Is pretty historic right, so let's start with what we might consider. The Swing Voter Side of the ledger, and then we'll talk about some of the turn out registration targets, so you know you have been part of campaigns world. We Lost White Seniors by twenty points. We a static. You guys right now. white seniors or tied of which means with seniors overall your head. Talk about that like why is that? How much of that do you think it'd be maintained over the next fifteen weeks? I think that there's a couple of things you know. When we take a look at swing, voters There's actually like four really important groups that. You know everyone wants to compare how Biden's doing public Poland's with Hillary but what's really interesting about key group set of moved from sixteen. Is that Biden's not only doing much better and leading in most polling with Voters over sixty five, but he's leading with suburbanites. He's leading with independence, and he's leading with college voters, and so those are like four really important groups that not only did trump win, but is you know Romney won right and so listen? These presidential candidates. Have Different coalition I mean people like to talk about the Obama coalition in. It's important. But Biden's coalition, GonNa look different and clearly part of this started in two thousand, eighteen where we saw suburban women Super White Women College Educated Women but also college educated men really move. I mean take a look at Gretchen Whitmer who is a a a client of ours in places like Oakland County Right She also wanted to Comb County Reagan Democrats which is interesting, which also biting one in the primary, so we're seeing these swing. Voters these groups that Biden is bringing around that is different than the coalitions that we've seen. Seen in the past while at the same time narrowing margins within the Republican base with white voters and also rural voters, and keeping on par with our democratic base, right with young voters in women, and so You know when you, of course you know two thousand eight you. You saw this I. Mean when you are moving, and you have a moment, or if you sustain that moment, you tend to do well almost everywhere, meaning that even in the Republican base voters, rural voters and things like that, you tend to narrow the margins, and they're on margins. In tough places. Is just as important as doing well in some of these other swing areas. Now just specifically unseen Yars I. Listen, you know we see trump's jump rating just getting worse and worse on handling the coronavirus eppendorf pandemic clearly seniors Vulnerable the most at risk, and I think they're reacting directly to that risk in terms of feeling like he didn't get serious enough. He didn't listen to medical experts. He didn't have a plan and now with the kind of the surge feel like he's put his head in the sand and I think it's just cost him dearly with that largest age bracket the motor sixty five, and over the last Democratic presidential candidate to win sixty five and over. Is Al Gore so that Kinda gives you an idea. Of! How important this is! Yeah, reminded. Every election is its unique beast so on whether it's seniors suburban voters, you mentioned both college educated women and men Joe Biden right now, doing extremely well. Two questions for you John Do you think he's close to his ceiling there and the job really for your campaign is to maintain those numbers. Do you think there's room to grow? And secondly just how durable do think it is? Do you think that some of these voters are already locked in and is going to be really hard for trump to dislodge them? You get a feeling that where we are today. is very difficult for trump and listen first of all we should say we. We all have a collective PTSD right from two thousand sixteen, and so none of us are getting overseas, but at the same time you know you have to acknowledge the good polls because you know, there's a couple of things that are different from where Joe Biden is from past democratic nominees, including Barack Obama and and twelve. In that, he's also at fifty percent. Right at this point in time whatever what hundred four days and you know there's been no Democrat or Republican candidate you go all the way back to two thousand who's reached that threshold and so you know that's really import. The other part is is that Joe. Biden isn't scary to voters. I mean that's one reason he's leaving with independence. And if you take a look at I don't know the NBC Paul I think is is a good example or one of the most recent ones where I think it's the Fox foxhole. We're Biden is actually above water popularity. Naturally trump is underwater, but trump's very unfavorable is at forty seven percents, and binding I. Think is at thirty one. There's win been one thing that I think when they write about Joe Biden in the primary and the general election is the stability of his vote, right? It really hasn't moved that much. I mean trump's has moved down during the primary I mean. We're biden kind of started at the beginning. He ended at the end. It was very stable. Other people moved all around, but Joe Biden was incredibly stable and I think. Think that we're GONNA see that same dynamic here and we have really in the last several months. The Joe Biden's vote has been incredibly stable it's in a couple of points to the fifty percent mark. trump has moved down right and that is that is a good thing but the stability is important for Joe Biden. One is how voters view him and to how voters view trump. You know there was the I think it was the B. Poll that showed fifty percent of voter said there was no chance at all that they would vote for trump, and so your question is you know, will biden's numbers remain stable, and there just seems to be a universe of voter that is completely cut off from trump and it's because of how people you him prior. Let's think about this. Let's dissect prior to the pandemic. People you know we always heard the same thing. Whether it was you know for for Biden. Her for US Senate race for a congressional race. Is that people disliked? His behavior is tweeting his bowling. He was a jerk They basically just didn't like him as a human being, but hey, you know it's not like some of his agenda and his policies. They like how he took on. The median shook things up in Washington, DC. Now they're problem with him. Is Not only behavior how he reacted in a protest and things like that doubling down. Of Racism but their main problem is. Is that they feel that he failed the leadership test on the three crises, whether it was the health and crisis, whether it was the police brutality protests crisis, and now the economic crisis, which is hurting his economic numbers, and so they're now viewing him His biggest problem isn't just his behavior which they haven't forgotten. It's his lack of leadership or his mishandling of these crisis, so three and a half years in their judging him president. President. They're not judging him as a personality. That is his biggest problem right now, and you know I don't think that you know that's going to change. I think that we have a couple more crises potentially coming very soon, college kids and K. through twelve kids start going to school and mid August and you know it's GonNa be It's going to be really a a really tense time. I think it's GonNa. Be a problem for a lot of communities, a lot of states, a lot of holds and that is the problem. They're going to squarely put. On trump because he didn't take this series at the beginning, you didn't listen to medical experts. He didn't have a plan. And that's a problem I mean. We have more crises coming quite frankly. Yeah, now that's that's a great point and your point about his very under favorable I mean if he's sailing into voting time in late September and October with forty seven percent, unfavorable lombardo grounds He's really up against a wall there so John. I, think one of the mistakes. Sometimes you can make whether it's politics. Are Businesses your opponent? Your competition does something puts. Puts out, an ad or new strategy and you know you're like well. That's dumb and of course I've learned like you better. Take a minute and think through why they think it's smart right, but on this suburban thing what what strikes it's almost like trump got a briefing saying you're hemorrhaging the suburbs and he's like Ooh I. Know what I'll say. I'M GONNA say Joe Biden is going to destroy the so like. Do you see any evidence that that tactic which seems to be front and Center for trump, and his campaign now has any chance of succeeding. Listen I think that you know you and I have been through a lot of campaigns, and when you're in a campaign where you're behind, and you're behind eight or ten points, what do you do you just kinda start throwing things at the wall and he tends to throw things at the wall I. Mean You know in one week? He's hitting us on. China I mean all paid TV the next week. He's in his on. You Know Nafta now. Now, he didn't on defunding the police and so they try a lot of different things out right but the fact is is that trump was up on TV in the battleground states for a couple of months prior awesome. You sure what the number is, but I think it's close to fifty million dollars. We never saw the numbers. Move I. Mean you see that in the public calling right? I mean our numbers actually got better. His numbers got worse even though he was on TV by himself and very high levels as well as with his allies, and so you know now. We're on TV. So now we're in a position to you. Know have our own message. Ever Own Voice of voters see what Biden's about What's his agenda and his vision and again we don't see any deterioration a matter of fact, if the last ten days are any indication and again we don't you know. We don't get over our skis on this but the. The. Number of polls have showed this in double digits. is a good place to be. It doesn't mean that we're not gonNA work hard doesn't mean we don't take anything for granted. We know that we just gotTa fight for every vote and we know that it's going to get closer because that's what thing, but that's just. The natural physics of presidential races but I think that again it goes to the opponent meaning Joe Biden. clearly isn't Hillary Clinton. You were talking about very unfavorable in two thousand sixteen. Trump's very unfavorable was forty seven percent, and Hillary's was forty five percents, so there was a lesser of two evils dynamic. Going on, you always see this kind of analysis of what they call double haters, people who dislike both candidate. Well you can't call them double haters this time because they are. They hate trump, but they just kinda just like Joe. Biden are they dislike politics? Right is so his very unfavorable with that group is you know literally I? Think it's a quarter of trump's, and he wins that group by forty plus points depending on the pulled that you see, and that's actually really important again. They don't see Joe Biden scary. They see him as a compassionate relatable. Guy you know they keep the fact that he's lunch Pail Joe and he's a guy. WHO's GONNA look out. For Working Families and he is, you know someone that one. The trump and their allies throw punches. you know they? They're not sticking like their sticking and past presidential campaign. Right, so I WANNA. Talk about filling in the blanks on Joe. Biden, what you guys have started to do, but I want on I. WanNa talk about battlegrounds from and so you made an important point. which is you know when you've got momentum? Momentum in a campaign particularly national campaign. You see you see you see progress everywhere. It's just not in a particular state or region, so I a couple of questions one. Are you seeing with swing voters in particular? Are you seeing the same strength for Joe Biden in the south in the Midwest and the West and I guess secondly I would've thought. Let's say ninety days ago hundred twenty days ago, trump's floors, floor and battlegrounds. Forty six. It looks like it may be lower. So what do you think is I? Mean I agree with you that you know when you see a poll right now. That shows Biden fifty forty. You know the other ten percents gotta go somewhere. And you know probably more of that comes to trump it goes to you guys because you're bumping up against a pretty pretty good and healthy ceiling, but I'm curious kind of what where? Where you see both, is there uniformity in terms of the movement across the country and secondly kind of? Where do you see trump's floor now? Yeah, well, I do think that there's again. We you know you can talk about Joe Biden's feeling, but really when you look at it, historically all the way back to two thousand is just presidential candidates ceilings I mean there's not a lot of presidential candidates who've gotten over fifty percent. Who won right and so the fact that we're in this divided country and there are third party. Candidates who siphoned off universe. Hopefully it won't be as much as two thousand sixteen, and we don't think that it will be but the ceiling is is is almost as close to fifty or a little above for almost everyone right I mean that just kinda historically has how it's happened. Happened in the battleground states like you, you say whether it's Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin Florida Arizona I, mean he's having trouble getting to the mid forties right I, mean he in places like Michigan and Pennsylvania in Wisconsin in the real clear politics or the fivethirtyeight average of polls, he stood at forty, one and forty two percent now Florida in Arizona and in North Carolina or Kinda GonNa Act like Florida. And North Carolina in Arizona, they're they're always going to be tighter. Right I mean like Scott Ours no always says Florida tight and that's true now we haven't. You in a lead that's above the margin of error. That hasn't happened very often. That, you and I have done enough Florida. politics polling to know that that is a state that tends to tighten up again. I think that we have. An advantage there because of how we're doing with seniors, and we're competing David I. Mean you know it's like this campaign is going to look a lot like you to you like two thousand eight because of where we're competing? The balanced expansion. In the media markets in Florida, well, where do you WanNa? See I mean I. Remember Two thousand like it was yesterday we were. We were up on TV at high levels. Competing with McCain wear Panama City Talahassee. Jacksonville Gainesville, we were fighting the fight in the panhandle. Right and you know. I mean protect protect I four and all that type of stuff. You GotTa do well Miami Dade Palm Beach etc, but when you see a campaign competing against the Republican in the Republican areas That's what you gotTA. Do to win a place like Florida, and a lot of campaigns often have to make the cost benefit analysis, or make the bad decisions, and this campaign, because it's been under great leadership and the reason, a lot of money gives you the ability to run the race. You need to run to win, right? So I want to just ask you quickly third party because you mentioned it and you live through this horror in two thousand sixteen, where trump could win states like Wisconsin with forty seven point two percent of the vote because the third party vote share was. Higher than historical averages right now in your research and it seems to be true in public research. You're seeing that those numbers may revert more to two percent or less that we've gotten used to write, and that's huge because your ceiling is higher than trump's. I would guess at this point right and so I think that I think that this is how I look at that and you know I mean when you pull when you add third party candidates two point, they always get more on the pole than they actually do on election day right I mean. That's just kind of the dynamic, and so you know you have to. You have to test things a bunch of different ways. But I think there's one thing that we all kind of instinctively know that in two thousand sixteen. There were how a lot of voters Bernie voters etc. WHO stayed at home? WHO VOTED FOR GARY? Johnston voted for Jill Stein and ninety nine percent of them who vote did one of those three things were ninety nine percent. Sure that Hillary Clinton was going to be president, and so they were doing a protests about. those voters now know what's at stake. And they're You know their their enthusiasm. If you will to get vote or get, trump out of office is incredibly high. It's an incredibly intense, and so I think that that dynamic and quite frankly Bernie Sanders and his campaign and the Joe Biden and his campaign have worked together on a plethora of issues. will make the dynamics here much different so we don't see that bleed, and and internally we see we see that you know. Joe Biden just has better with Bernie Voters Than Hillary Clinton did in two thousand sixteen well does tighten up. That's going to be such an important dynamic. So, You mentioned You know the Biden campaign. has a very expansive electoral map again. Something we might not have expected months ago. and you know those are pretty weighty decisions. You're involved in those decisions with General. Molly Dylan and Donald other leadership in the campaign, but John when you think about the places that look now plausible. Not Win them, but you know Georgia in other poll out in Texas today publicly had Biden Upright one Ohio Iowa those are likely not going to be in. My view is two hundred seventy electoral vote, but do you think there's a scenario where you could get surprise? Where maybe you don't win in north, Carolina and Georgia, or is there really a stack ranking on these states? Well as you know, there's always a stack ranking and you were at the you know. Know Genesis in two thousand twelve of analytics right, and so there's a there's a lot of simulations things that you know you and I didn't learn about growing up in this business and there's and there's tipping points, states and things like that. I think that at the end of the day again. The leadership of this campaign is incredibly focused and disciplined, and you can see where we're buying TV. It's public and it's always you know reported on. You know we're very focused on the six battleground states, and you know until you know, they move on to another state. We will be focused on those six states in a very disciplined way, because that is the ball game I think that what's difficult for trump is that he's not only communicating in those six days. He is playing defense right now in Ohio and Iowa, so he is spending a lot of money in Ohio in Iowa. Just protecting himself he's also up in Nevada right, which I don't understand, but you know, right. Right and so she's the one that is actually expanding a lot of money. and I can't say in an undisciplined way. He is in trouble, so he has to expand his hip protected. He has to expand but right now. the Joe Biden campaign is very disciplined and very focused and you know will there be expansion states. You know there's a big map on the wall just like there is you know in two thousand, eight and twelve and sixteen, but you gotta be careful, and you have to be very analytical about doing that.
JCPenney to close 150+ stores nationwide
"Now one of the casualties of the coronavirus lockdown JC Penney saying it's closing a hundred and fifty stores some of them right here in Georgia of the one hundred fifty four stores J. C. Penney plans to close at seven over in Georgia among them locations at north lake mall in Atlanta Arbor place mall in Douglasville and lake shore mall in Gainesville the company's website says the stores will hold a store closing sales beginning June twelfth at lasting from ten to sixteen weeks J. C. Penney says the decision as part of its plan to emerge from both chapter eleven and the covert nineteen pandemic as a stronger
JCPenney is closing 154 stores this summer
"Of the one hundred fifty four stores J. C. Penney plans to close at seven over in Georgia among them locations at north lake mall in Atlanta Arbor place mall in Douglasville and lake shore mall in Gainesville the company's website says the stores will hold a store closing sales beginning June twelfth at lasting from ten to sixteen weeks J. C. Penney says the decision as part of its plan to emerge from both chapter eleven and the covert nineteen pandemic as a stronger
Dallas-Fort Worth faces chance of rain for days
"Let's get a check of your forecast with chief meteorologist Dan ground off it's going to be colder and pretty wet week yeah it's still going to have some showers and some thunderstorms are lingering around like or a feeling right seeing right now is that a little shower activity still from Denton up towards the northern parts of the Dallas fort worth area up to Gainesville then over towards an account at Saint Joh there on highway eighty two couple spotty showers from Kenny down towards downtown Dallas everything's moving to the northeast yeah really not amounting to do much the biggest story this morning Hey of course I'm a meteorologist I'll save the cool clouds in different colors and different levels the second thing is this the cool temperatures readings in the low to mid sixties right now the light north wind it'll be cold today with highs in the mid seventies a spotty shower storm possible during peak heating better chances out of tomorrow and into Thursday as a disturbance rolls into the area kind of parks itself isolated severe possible during peak heating tomorrow especially as fort worth and points of west and southwest hail and wind will be the primary threats but temperatures will be on the cool side so I'm not looking for a big severe weather outbreak with highs in the low eighties better weather though the creasing clouds mid to upper eighties in the weekend right now it was raining and there isn't any more discounts and sixty three
Georgia's Reopening Has Been 'A Disaster' For Some
"Here in the U. S. where in just two months thirty three million people found themselves unemployed most states have decided to ease up on stayed home recommendations in Georgia governor Brian kept made the announcement at the end of April the state would begin opening hair salons tattoo parlors and other businesses while restaurants theaters and other places can operate with drastically different rules across much of the state though there hasn't been a clamoring to get back people there are wary too for that let's turn to Michelle right reporter with our affiliate WSB in Atlanta your governor Brian camp was one of the first to say let's open back up again I want to get some response from the people there in Georgia when he said that what did you guys think you know what he said it was it was really shocking because our shelter in place order that he had put in place on the third of April was set to expire on the thirtieth of April and so he came out and said well you know what on the twenty fourth we're going to kind of open some businesses up and among those are gonna be hairstylists barbers massage parlors at two shops and bowling alleys and still a lot of people were questioning is this the right time to open up those type of businesses and then he opened up dining restaurant to movie theaters I can honestly say I don't know many people who have gone to the movies everybody that I've talked to is is not trying to to go to the movies as far as restaurants concern there are still a lot of restaurants that are only doing take out because there are like at least thirty nine requirements that they have to make sure are in place for those restaurants can open up and serve customers so what about the the the cases themselves in the state of Georgia since this re opening we have seen the numbers go back up which is what a lot of people have predicted might happen exactly and they continue to increase in fact there's a story I was doing on Thursday morning about eight nursing homes in the city of Atlanta that has a hundred cases right there in that nursing home and took everything continues to climb and so there it's interesting there's a group of people who are out and about like nothing ever happened I think they were just super happy to get out and then there's another group of people who are still like I'm not going anywhere I am going to remain sheltered in place until things start to drop what about the the the rural population African American population there in Georgia we have been hearing a lot about Terrell county I think it is where cases are very high and the health care system there is this whole counties that don't even have a hospital or even you know a lot of doctors offices nearby so tell us about the situation for some of those folks in state of Georgia yeah it's really quite challenging because we do have a lot of small counties a lot of rural counties especially in central and south Georgia and one of the county's early on that got hit with Albany County where they had a or Albany which is in south Georgia that's the city there and they had a super spreader who had gone to a couple funerals and they were over run with aces now we're moving more up in the hot spot in north Georgia up in the Gainesville population and we do have populations both of African Americans and Latinos that have been extremely heavily yet and heavily affected by this virus the Fulton County health department which is then not Atlanta the you know the state capitol resides in Fulton County into what Fulton County is doing is they're starting to open up some neighborhood testing sites to hit the African American population populations that don't necessarily have vehicles that can get to some of the suburban testing sites and mass transit you know hasn't really been running to effectively so they haven't been able to get out and get the test done so we're probably going to see another in crease in in testing and in confirmed cases we do have a lot of meat packing facilities in Georgia as well checking capital of the nation at least and so there are a lot of concerns that in those meat packing areas there's going to be an increase in what that looks like even as people are trying to get back to work what it looks like as we increase testing and we have more cases and is it because we're having more cases because we're having more testing or is it the spread is really spreading more and we're putting ourselves more risk and that's what a lot of people are wondering in
Atlanta - Gainesville-Hall County emerges as COVID-19 hotspot
"Governor camp is Georgia looking at a second wave of the cove at nineteen away if we don't have here when the temperatures start rising number whatever it is that all all the the the the spread spread more more quickly quickly come come back back we we just just got got to to be be ready ready and and prepared prepared to to deal deal with with as as a a governor governor visit visit how how did did hardest hit Dougherty county today he wore the Gainesville hall county areas in emerging hot spot with many sick poultry workers there
"gainesville" Discussed on Serial Killers
"After this Danny Rawling becomes the infamous. Gainesville ripper now back to the story after shooting his father during an argument thirty six year old murderer. Danny Rolling went on the run. He spent the summer of nineteen ninety hitchhiking around the southwestern United States eventually reaching Florida there. He burglarized several homes and brutally raped a woman in August. He made his way to the town of Gainesville home to the University of Florida. Gainesville has a large population of college students. When Danny arrived thousands were moving into dorms and apartments for the new semester. Watching the students fill up the restaurants and bars ignited an indescribable rage in Danny. Exactly what it was about Gainesville that triggered him. We can't be sure but he later claimed that a terrifying demonic voice was talking to him around this time the same one that had been plaguing him for years by now. Gani had given the voice name Gemini according to his book the making of a serial killer Gemini was calling the shots whenever Danny committed a violent crime and after tasting blood the year. Before when he killed the GRISSOM's it seemed the demon thirsted for more really in the morning on August. Twenty Fourth Nineteen Ninety undercover of Darkness. Danny stole a bicycle and cycled through the streets of Gainesville clad. All in black. He slipped through the shadows a blue sports bag strapped to his waist. He could feel the weight of the bag. Upon his hip moving. In time with his peddling feet it held everything for his next murder after writing for awhile something about the Williamsburg village apartments building caught. Danny cy he leaned his stolen bike against a wall and pulled weather gloves and a ski mask out of his bag. Donning his disguise. He climbed quietly up the stairs and came to a stop outside apartment number one thirteen using a screwdriver. He forced his way in through the locked door. Then he pulled out his navy seal style. K-bar hunting knife and began to prowl entering the still dark living room. He found seventeen year old. Christina Powell asleep on the couch. He considered her for a moment then moves towards the staircase in an upstairs bedroom. Sonja Larson lay sleeping in her bed. Allegedly guided by the Voice of Gemini. Danny gag the eighteen year old with duct tape and stabbed her to death after he watched. Die Danny left the bedroom and crept back downstairs. Christina hadn't heard of thing covered in blood. He Woke Christina and promised. He wouldn't hurt her if she did what he asked. He assaulted and raped her before stabbing her to death on the living room floor he then defiled her lifeless body one last time after leaving the apartment. Danny carefully discarded the duct tape yet used trying to dispose of any evidence that might tie him to the crime. Two days later when Christina and Sonia's parents couldn't reach them. They called the police to check in on the girls. On August twenty sixth of authorities arrived at the apartment and forced their way in the bodies of both teams were lying out. In the open they had been suggestively posed and Christina's nipples had been sliced off at the time. Dr William Hamilton Gainesville Chief Medical Examiner told investigators that whoever this killer was they were just getting started. Just nine hours later. Police were called to another home eighteen year old Christa. Hoyt lived two miles from Christina and Sonya and like them was a student at the University of Florida. Chris colleagues had sounded the alarm when she hadn't shown up for work on time she worked clerk of the county sheriff's Department and hope to one day. Be a crime lab technician. Unfortunately her dreams were cut short by Danny Rolling. Authorities found Christie's mangled body in her bedroom as with Christine and Sonia. She'd been deliberately posed this time. However the killer had gone to more dramatic links after he raped. Krista Danny had mutilated her corpse. He had even moved bookshelf across the apartment for the sole purpose of displaying. Her decapitated head Rod Smith. The state attorney at the time noted that the specific dramatic posing indicated that the killer like to make a production out of the event in our last episode. We discussed how Danny posed Julie GRISSOM's body. The sexual nature of her position suggested Danny's hatred of women and his desire to see them humiliated after death given that all of his female victims had dark brown hair like his ex wife. It's possible that Danny was directing his latent rage about his divorce at women who reminded him of her. His next victims were also forced into blue positions after their deaths. But considering the lengths Danny went to in order to decapitate KRISTA. Her pose stood out as particularly disturbing in an article from the Journal for the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law. Researchers concluded that while the act of murder was often part of in offenders. Sexual arousal pattern. Subsequent posing can be tied to their deviant sexual fantasies as a pubescent boy. Danny masturbated defenses during which he controlled and kill people now having graduated from rapist to murderer his sexual fantasies were coming true and clearly. They were growing more twisted by the day as we discussed Danny later blamed his actions on the gem demon that he claims spoke to him but it seems more likely that he was simply acting his darkest impulses whatever was driving his actions. Danny had committed three brutal murders in the space of a few days with less than a week to go until fall. Classes started at the University of Florida. Word was beginning to spread about a possible serial killer on campus. But it wasn't spreading fast enough. Even as police cordoned off Chris to Heights. Apartment Danny was moving onto his next crime. The same morning her body was discovered he burst into a first union bank nearby and made off with a bag of cash. While many of Danny's earlier attacks had been somewhat isolated events with long periods of inactivity. In between he was now working himself into a kind of frenzy in technical terms. This is what's known as a homicidal crime spree. According to a two thousand eight article in Criminal Justice Studies criminals who committed homicidal crime sprees often displayed a pronounced degree of versatility in their crimes. The sheer magnitude of their deeds was often greater than those of criminals who did not murder the next day. The bodies of two more murdered students were found. Twenty three year olds Tracy. Paulus and Manuel Manny top. Awada have been lifelong friends. Both had been stabbed to death inside their own apartment. Tracey's body was found posed on the floor in the middle of Hallway. Manny had been killed in his bed and his body had not been posed like Danny's first murder this indicated to investigators that the young had been Danny's only intended target. Manny had simply been an obstacle in the way it had been less than seventy two hours. Since Christina Powell and Sony Larson's bodies were discovered and now Gainesville police had a total of five murders to investigate as news brokaw about tracy and manny locals began to fear for their own safety. Manny's death in particular signal that no one was safe man or woman at the time. The city's annual rate was typically in the single digits. Five murders in three days had people understandably panicked. Many students at the University of Florida packed their things and went back to their hometowns. As soon as they could around. Seven hundred of these fleeing students would eventually choose not to return to the university at all as the mass exodus took place. Journalists reporters flocked to the city from across the country Danny made national news and the media gave them a sensational name. But GAINESVILLE RIPPER. The publicity and panic caused rumours to spread around the city. Some swore the ripper was a pizza. Deliveryman others insisted it was a cop still more heard. The killer was actually a doctor. No one could be trusted. Locals cleared the shelves of gun stores. People were desperate for a way to feel safe in their own homes again. What was just days earlier? A Peaceful Community had been transformed into a hotbed of fear and paranoia at the time. Safety Darnell was the public information officer for the GAINESVILLE police looking back on those weeks. She remembered cautioning the community to take their time and do things to feel safe but not to get carried away but in the back of her mind she was fighting her own instincts to tell people to get out of Gainesville. Meanwhile darnold colleagues were hard at work investigating the murders as they carefully picked over the gruesome crime scenes. Danny left behind. They notice patterns about his behavior and strange signatures in his Mo for example after examining the width and depth of the stab wounds. It was clear that each victim was attacked with the same weapon. `I k-bar hunting knife around seven inches long. There was also an adhesive residue on some of the bodies. This suggested the killer had restrained his victims with duct.
"gainesville" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Danny's father James Rawling never wanted children. He married Claudia in nineteen fifty three and the two soon learned. They were expecting a child. The marriage would never be a happy one. According to a neighbor James said Love was garbage. The neighbor later quoted James saying love is when somebody wants something from somebody. There's no such thing as love. It seems he truly believed that twenty two year old James Resented Claudia and beat her throughout the pregnancy for reasons unknown. James also slept with a knife under his pillow. Claudia never asked why perhaps fearing the question would anger. Her volatile husband having returned to Louisiana from the Korean War shortly before marrying Claudia. It's possible that James was suffering from post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. Venice is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note that is not a licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist. But she has a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg. The American Psychiatric Association defines. Ptsd as a psychiatric disorder that can sometimes occur in people who've witnessed or experienced a traumatic event including natural disasters terrorist acts serious accidents personal violence and war. The symptoms of PTSD can include irritability anger and reckless behavior according to a two thousand ten study of Australian Korean War veterans researchers cited. Ptsd occurrence numbers as high as thirty two percent though PTSD would not excuse James's abhorrent behavior. It would certainly account for his frequent violent outbursts and his desire for a weapon close by while he slept however post traumatic stress. Disorder wasn't a widely accepted issue among veterans until years later after the Vietnam War. It's unlikely anyone would have made the connection between James's behavior and his military service at the time. If Claudia had hoped. Her husband's demeanor would improve after their son arrived. She was sorely disappointed. James seemed to feel nothing but hate in his heart for his son. Danny when he was born in May of nineteen fifty. Four Young Danny was subjected to emotional and physical abuse from a very early age when he was only a year old. James beat his son for not crawling properly. This incident marked the beginning of a childhood full of trauma. According to Danny the violence only increased when his brother Kevin was born in nineteen fifty five though Kevin and Claudia also suffered terribly. Danny felt that James disliked him in particular James. The police officer frequently Titus Sunsoft as punishment for perceived slights or small misbehaviors. Once he handcuffed Danny and Kevin together on the floor when they didn't mow the lawn to a satisfaction he then knelt on top of his young sons while they struggle to breathe under his weight repeated. Instances of abuse like this compelled Claudia to leave James many times over the years. She would pack her children into the car and take them and herself out of harm's way. Unfortunately she always returned either of her own volition. Or after James's repeated. Please Danny later reported that. The cycle of abuse caused him to feel ambivalent towards his mother. He told clinical psychologist. Dr Harry crop that he resented Claudia for being weak in his eyes. She did nothing to protect him at his brother from James's relentless torment victims of domestic violence are often blamed or shamed for staying with their abuser victim. Blaming is particularly prevalent in modern American society where the belief in a just world is strong according to an article by Psychologists Sherry Hamby and John Brick in the wily handbook on the psychology of violence people with just world beliefs tend to feel that people bring upon them that which they deserve writing for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute. Dr Christine Fork young suggests that this kind of victim blaming may also be a form of preserving one sense of invulnerability by finding things that have victim did wrong. A person can protect themselves by avoiding those behaviors in the future. It seems that Danny Rolling Himself. A victim of brutal domestic violence fell into the victim blaming trapped perhaps as a way of coping with the trauma he placed the blame at his mother instead of where it belonged at the feet of his father. Desperate for small moments of hope. In the ever churning cycle of abuse Danny was overjoyed when James found a puppy in nineteen fifty nine and decided to bring the dog home five year. Old Danny was delighted to have a and a sympathetic ear to listen to him at last but no one in the rolling house two legs or four was safe from James's violent ways. He took to regularly beating the dog eventually. Killing it with his frequent torture Danny later recalled his beloved dog dying in his arms despite shames his propensity for violence it seems that he was determined to instill some sense of right and wrong and Danny at around five years old Danny stalled a candy bar from a store what his parents found out. They made him return the chocolate and apologize to the store's owner. This reprimand seemed fitting for the crime but we can guess that Danny faced more sadistic punishment from his father back at home this continued culture of violence and fear took a toll on Danny and his mother in more ways than one in nineteen sixty three Danny failed to pass the third grade because he had taken too many sick days. It seemed Claudia was too afraid to tell her husband. The news terrified of setting them off. She suffered a nervous breakdown while the term nervous breakdown has no official medical definition. It was a catchall diagnosis. Given in the past to describe symptoms brought on by anxiety and depression in Claudia's case. We don't have specifics on exactly what happened other than that. She was hospitalized for her condition. Around the same time that Claudia's mental condition was deteriorating? A school counselor reported that nine year old Danny suffered prominent fury complex with aggressive tendencies and poor impulse control. The counselor suggested that Danny received some kind of therapy to help deal with these emerging issues. He never did in other words. Life continued on much as it had for. Danny's entire life. His parents fought frequently. Making a turbulent home environment at some time in nineteen sixty five when Danny was eleven. He walked in on his parents. During a particularly contentious argument. Danny watched as his mother locked herself in the bathroom on the other side of the door. Claudia decided she had only one way out of her nightmare. She used a racer to slice into her wrists. As James pounded on the locked door eventually he broke the door down and continued berating. His wife Dani watched on in horror as his mother lay bleeding on the floor. Following the incident. Claudia was hospitalized. Horrifying events like this lead Danny to begin experimenting with Drugs and alcohol as a coping mechanism at the age of eleven. He developed a serious alcohol problem. According to a study conducted by doctor of social work. Julia M Kabushiki the use of drugs and alcohol by children who experienced violence maybe brought on by trauma like the Violence Danny Rolling experienced at home when symptoms of this trauma occur such as anger depression and disassociation. The brain stress coping mechanisms can become overwhelmed. Drugs and alcohol are often used by victims of abuse in an effort to reduce anxiety. Caboose case study also points out that early substance use has been associated with an elevated risk of adverse outcomes including poor academic performance suicidal tendencies and violent or deviant behavior. It's possible that the prolonged an ongoing abuse Danny suffered throughout his childhood only increased the likelihood that he would later exhibit violent behaviour perhaps to escape the tyranny at home. Danny began to wander into the nearby woods when he was about twelve there. He spent hours fantasizing and masturbating as he imagined controlling and killing people. It's possible that Danny's emerging need for sexual dominance was a direct result of the violence that he experienced at home many victims of childhood abuse. Go on to have violent fantasies later in life. It's believed that the lack of control they feel over their own. Body is a defining factor in these developing fantasies in Nineteen forty-six psychoanalyst. Otto Fini. Shell put forward the idea that quote before I can enjoy sexuality. I must convince myself that I am powerful. This theory as it applies to say this suggests that the ability to control others through pain is a key component of their sexuality as Danny grew up his lust for control only increased at age fourteen. Danny was caught peeping in the window of a neighbouring teenage girl. When James Rawling found out he beat his son as punishment for his peeping peeping and windows has long been understood as a precursor to later more violent crimes criminology. Professor Scott Bon notes that peeping on victims gives the perpetrator a secret sense of power and control utterly helpless against his father's abuse. It seems Danny sought the same dark power over others much. In the same way he fantasized about controlling people. When masturbating retired investigator Paul Halls describes peeping as one of a number of social barriers many violent offenders overcome in their developing years gaining confidence from the violation of this barrier can lead to escalations breaking and entering stalking sexual assault and in Danny's case murder up next Danny searches desperately for a way to escape his father. I'm really excited to tell you about a fantastic new podcast. Original call daily quote this two to three minute. Podcast is hosted by my good friend. Kate Leonard and is meant to inspire you and put you on the path to positively each day. We'll share a quote that will motivate uplift and renew your outlook on life. You'll even get the specific context surrounding the quote so you can learn more about its origin and the meaning behind it and right. Now we're going to play you an episode so give it a listen and then followed daily quote free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts..
"gainesville" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Due to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of domestic abuse murder and sexual assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. The night air was warm but twenty-three-year-old Danny Rolling had isis heart. He walked the quiet streets of his parents neighborhood. Trying not to think about what had just happened. His wife Amaafuza had just driven the final nail into the coffin. Their marriage was dead. Amaafuza had taken everything from him even as daughter now there was a chance he may never see either of them again. Danny's fingernails drove into his palms as he clenched his fists. He felt incensed rejected. He'd been given Autho by God and she had decided that didn't matter eventually. Danny arrived at a familiar house. Just a few streets from his parents home to young coeds lived there. Danny knew them. Well not personally thou- he had taken to watching them at night through their open windows. One of them was blonde. The other Brunette thinking about the Brunette may Danny Remember Obama's own long auburn hair. It was one of the first things he'd noticed about her. He step toward the sidewalk and move towards the House on such a hot night. The women had left their front door. Wide Open a screen door was all that separated them from Danny. He was close enough to see now the Brunette he didn't know her name was alone on the couch reading as he stood watching her study a surge of anger came over. Danny he no longer felt content simply observing from the darkness he stalked closer to the house. Picking up a sharp metal gardening tool on his way. Hi I'm Greg pulsing. This is serial killers of our cast original every episode. We dive into the mindset. Med this of serial killers today. We're taking a look at Danny Rolling the GAINESVILLE ripper I'm here with my co host Vanessa. Richardson Hi everyone. You can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream. Serial killers free on spotify. Just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar at park cast. We're grateful for you listeners. You allow us to do it. We love let us know Howard doing reach out on facebook and instagram. At podcast and twitter at podcast network in August of Nineteen Ninety. Danny Rolling committed five horrific murders that sent the town of Gainesville Florida into a frenzy. Today we'll look at Rawlings childhood including the extreme abuse. He suffered at the hands of his father. We'll see how his turbulent life led him to commit a series of petty crimes and eventually his first shocking murders in part two will cover the murderous rampage terrorize. The University of Florida inspired an iconic horror film and earned him the moniker. The GAINESVILLE ripper..
Washington, DC Traffic Updates
"Water main break in north west closes twenty sixth street between Rittenhouse in north Hampton streets till further notice its emergency utility work continuing in northeast D. street is blocked between first and second street you find yourself re routed limited lanes but not causing much of a slowdown even through rush hour north west New York Avenue between third street tunnel in First Street the left lane is closed in both directions for long term work quiet start Maryland two seventy south coming out of Frederick ninety five in the B. W. parkway between the bell is moving well there'd been work in Frederick on seventy west the ramp to southbound fifteen that works and has cleared delay free in Virginia the can get on sixty six coming out of Gainesville ninety five north at a Stafford the body headed towards four ninety five beltways good between Alexandria claim should find your lanes open on ninety five south bound before and after six thirty Stafford the works and blocks the right lane of three and there's work in both directions but delay free for now on sixty six in Fairfax between fifty and one twenty three left lanes blocked in both
Should You Refinance Your Mortgage Now? Maybe. Maybe Not.
"Try to refinance your mortgage. We sounds like fun. Doesn't it. Well you know it could be worse right. Look mortgage refinancing applications SPIKE ABOUT EIGHTY PERCENT. Two weeks ago in response to a sudden dramatic drop in the interest rate average. Thirty year fixed. Interest rates dropped to three point two nine percent. That's the lowest since mortgage by Freddie Mac started tracking in one thousand nine hundred seventy one according to the Associated Press some eleven million Americans with mortgages could save money by refinancing according to Bank rate earlier. This month you know about one hundred years ago in Corona virus time. The New York Times predicted that the opportunity to sell millions of loans would be a boon to the country's largest mortgage lenders now those are respectively quicken loans and Wells Fargo quicken washed its digital only rocket mortgage in two thousand fifteen with its. Ad Campaign push-button get mortgage. The company disrupted the state industry. Rapidly rose to the top as rockets do by two thousand nineteen quicken was the country's number one mortgage originator with more than one hundred forty billion dollars in loan volume according to trade publication inside. Mortgage Finance Wells. Fargo was number two with about ninety five billion dollars in funded mortgages the New York Times predicts that the surge in refinance applications will be good for lenders however ultra low interest rates also put pressure on lenders profits and of course the picture couldn't be more unpredictable or complicated because of other economic factors like a potential recession that could force some people default on all kinds of loans that would also reduce bank earnings clearly so says the Wall Street Journal in the story gloomily entitled. Everything is awful all at once for. Us banks. But we digress. Now it would seem to be a great time to refinance a kind of a couple of reasons to think maybe not so much I. The process could be time consuming. Right second though systemically. Low rates quickly became harder to find last week. The average rate rose slightly but the rates lenders were actually offering spiked on March eleventh by March. Twelve it was hard but not impossible to find a lender advertising a thirty year fixed rate under four percent ben laying a rider with the online site. Housing wire suggested that some lenders are inflating their advertise mortgage rates to try to stem the tidal wave of mortgage applications. One Lender told CNBC. Just that there were advertising rates as high as seven percent. But if you could get through to a mortgage processor you might get alone for less than three percent. The inflation stemmed from lenders need to process the flood of applications. They've already received not an easy task. Many trunk their staffs over the past several months anticipating higher interest rates the perfect storm fewer workers more applications left lenders overwhelmed Matt Weaver Vice President of sales at Cross Country Mortgage Tolsey NBC. That it's absolute pandemonium. Those are his words. He likened the activity at his company to Home Depot during a hurricane. Wells Fargo said. It's hiring additional employees and shifting workers from other departments according to the AP but the surge is also putting pressure on related professionals like appraisers entitled firms. You have to have both to close alone right. Kevin Williams of Gainesville appraisal service in Florida says some appraisers overwhelmed by business or
Strong cold front to drop Dallas-Fort Worth from the 80s into the 40s, bring some rain
"Let's get the forecast it's not pretty here's chief meteorologist Dan burn off get that way Friday be a little while before we see the sun unfortunately you've got a cold front that's a pretty much all the from Paris it down just added to the southeast side to Dallas down towards Hillsborough temps are still in the mid sixties out towards can in Greenville all right around sixty here the media doubtful or third starts cooling off though northwest sides of fort worth all we have towards the red river valley Gainesville has now dropped to fifty there's a little reinforcing shot of some colder air with an increase of win that's crossing the Red River right now temperatures in Oklahoma are in the forties with winds gusting to thirty miles per hour so once the winstar gasping then you know that second search of colder air will come in and we pretty much reached their highest sixty one a little after midnight right sixteen now animal fall through the forties by the time you're heading home wind chills will be down in the low forties by dinnertime and rain on radar now but to be a few of the areas of drizzle later on this evening through the overnight this is cold air squeezes out some moisture disturbance moves in from the west tomorrow rain by noon moves in our southwestern counties spreads over the area your evening commute tomorrow will be a mass and also Thursday morning in the rain will move out before noon but what we call we can stay in the low forties tomorrow Thursday mid to upper forties as we get into Friday as the sun comes back out right now it's sixty degrees cloudy skies I
DFW Schools Close Amid Wintry Weather Forecast
"Closures today her off to our north and west in anticipation of the weather a lido Alford Boyd Bridgeport Decatur those schools are closed today along with Gainesville Granbury mineral wells spring town and Weatherford there's several smaller districts as well again to our north and west as well everything in Dallas and fort worth is open today do you want to see the full list shoes we've got that posted right now on our website at KRLD dot
Atlanta, GA Weather Radar
"WSP stormtracker radar shows the rain now stretching from coming to Gainesville to Athens to Elberton that's the leading edge of the precipitation the rain is falling back all through metro Atlanta and along the I. eighty five and I twenty corridors east of the city fifty nine degrees on Peachtree street three oh seven I'm our cable line ninety five point five W. S.
Weekend Severe Weather: Heavy rain, strong wind gusts, isolated tornadoes possible
"The the the the weather weather weather weather will will will will be be be be bad bad bad a a a severe storm heading our way channel two action news meteorologist every dealer watch out for that only the gusty winds which were already starting off with this morning but as the strong storms approach winds could gust as high as sixty even seventy miles per hour we're also going to be dealing with heavy rainfall and we can't rule out that threat of isolated tornadoes now the higher risk will be from Atlanta west were but we do still have a risk as we get into some of our eastern zones including Blairsville Gainesville Abbas outwards intent that will be a level one L. five as we go through the days is certainly something to plan for right now sixty four degrees here on Peachtree street and we're heading up to seventy lots of rain coming our
"gainesville" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Betty was born in Gainesville Florida in October of nineteen fifty he's meeting Elvis H. ten min early interest in rock music seeing the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show and want to be in a band he started a band called the ethics which morphed into Mudcrutch which went nowhere broke off it was then that he reluctantly went solo and soon the first line of the Heartbreakers was together he passed in two thousand seventeen as one of the best selling artists of all time with sales of over eighty million the world almanac and book of facts twenty twenty years out of course it will include the fact the blues won the Stanley Cup in twenty nineteen the other sports facts are in the hands of time Ackerman he's at the new bold B. M. W. Toyota sports asking Tom can anybody slow well as you I'm not sure I think Clemson thinks they can they believe they can close games in whose argue they've been running off wins for the last couple of years as the defending national champions and they won last night against Ohio state but Ellis you is just an absolute beast Joe burrow their quarterback threw for four hundred and three yards and seven touchdowns Brian in the first half and those were both college football playoffs single game records he did it in the first two quarters seventy eighty passes ties the record for the most in any bowl game and he threw for those touchdown passes Justin Jefferson new tie the Ellis you record for touchdown catches and tied for other players for the most scored in any bowl game they'll issue destroys Oklahoma sixty three twenty eight in the peach bowl in Atlanta and then in the Fiesta Bowl we had a dandy last night Trevor Lawrence connected with Travis CTN on a thirty four yard go ahead touchdown with one forty nine left in the fourth quarter that was a ninety four yard touchdown drive in Ohio state had some video reviews the one against them they had some decisions that when I guess and they couldn't score in the red zone when they needed to they kick field goals instead of scoring touchdowns and came back to bite him as Clemson goes on and this final drive to win twenty nine twenty three over Ohio state it was a great football game plans and comes away victorious and will play unless you on January thirteenth in New Orleans they'll be looking for their third national title in the last four seasons and try to put themselves in a category with Alabama as the elite team in college football Alabama not in this playoff they had to watch is Oklahoma gets hammered by Ellis you in Ohio state a great a football team had its nineteen game winning streak snapped losing for the first time under coach Ryan day and Clemson goes on to win a classic last night down in the Fiesta Bowl meantime in the column cotton balls Penn state being Memphis fifty three thirty nine in the camping world bowl in Orlando Notre Dame beat Ohio state thirty three to nine the NFL today the big game is San Francisco at Seattle the winner of that game takes the NFC west the loser will be an F. C. wild card team but if San Francisco wins they will have home field advantage throughout the playoffs if they lose the game Green Bay has to be Detroit and if they do that today on the road they will be home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs the Tennessee Titans can get in with a win at Houston today the cowboys need some help they need Philadelphia to lose to the giants and they need to be the red skins otherwise the eagles will claim the NFC east the blues in the jet set enterprise center today to clock face off for Saint Louis the blues have won seven in a row that the number one team in the Western Conference in fact they just beat Winnipeg on Friday night up in Winnipeg buy a final five before it over time just seems like they have the way any time they lost in regulation a leave for the three but no problem David fried scored the overtime winner on the road on Friday night a nice afternoon game today an enterprise center between the blues and the Winnipeg Jets some college basketball in the area today bassoon Cookman will visit slough it shaved Serena that once at six o'clock illinois' at home against North Carolina a and T. at one o'clock SO you we as a home game today at two o'clock Ian's Lindenwood Belleville we have a ten to twelve sports on a Sunday morning ten thirty is channeling gosh of MLB dot com Chris may the athletic director at Saint Louis University at ten forty five Roger Cobre comes back to the show at eleven fifteen today John was a lock president of baseball operations of the cardinals eleven thirty Chris player of world wide technology Raceway gateway eleven forty five I'm Tom accurate on the voice of the cardinals K. is the albums of all time does the Springfield dusty and released in January of nineteen sixty nine dusty in Memphis is the fifth studio album from Dusty Springfield it was meant to reinvigorate our career being that she never released an album entirely composed of army songs before despite containing one of our biggest songs of a preacher man the album sold poorly on its first release the album has since been acclaimed as our best work and is considered one of the greatest records of all time it all starts with just one thing get some LED Christmas lights but this holiday season and the next day you significantly less energy than regular balls and last.
White teen accused of plotting deadly attack on black church
"Four police say a white sixteen year old girls accused of plotting to attack a mostly black church in north Georgia in the Gainesville police chief says their investigation indicated that the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church was targeted by the girl because she wanted to kill black people specific details of the alleged plots have not been released a teenager charged with criminal attempt to commit murder being held in a youth
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"Stench comb. Matt, always great to talk to you on these Friday afternoon, so we'll get new. We get we learned today about the quarterback change, give us the details and what's happening with the South Carolina football team. Apparently all week long. Michael scrunchy took the bulk of the snaps with the first team offense, and it does seem apparent that not only we start the game, but I'll be surprised if we see Jake Bentley in this contest at all based on that alone, but also visiting with coach, must champ indicated that they wanna see just how well Jake Bentley will be able to protect himself a you wanna go out there and just try to gut your way through it and ultimately kinda compromise your ability to leave the field of play still as healthy as you entered into it, knowing that you started the game where we participate in this game with the pre existing injury. You know, all of that kind of speaks to. I'll be surprised if we see Jake Bentley apps. After twenty four consecutive starts get out on this football field for South Carolina offensively. Obviously, that's quite a detour for what they wanted to evolve into as yet to really realize that on the field of place offense. I think that is still kind of under construction, albeit with similar pieces from season ago, we really haven't seen it for four quarters of play, and certainly not in the more competitive games where the offenses is operating the way that this coaching staff and the players had intended coming into the season, they've had spots. They've had stretches of play where it's looked pretty good. Obviously, last week, probably one of the weaker performance offensively and then of course you lose your quarterback and what will likely be for the entirety of this game. You have to wonder, what will that offense look like with Michael karnicki with such limited SCR playing experience show. Let me ask you about about Bentley. I mean, he hasn't really looked himself as at injury. Is it some. Else. What exactly what? What is going on with him? We haven't gotten any indication that there's a pre existing injury that was an issue going into the Kentucky game. Obviously, there late in the game. Bentley, it appeared to have happened as he was scrambling out of the pocket on the boundary tackled his legs were tangled up under Neath him and injured his knee, but that hasn't really been proffered as an explanation as to why there have been some difficulties obviously got to protect the football better, but also you look at the the game versus Kentucky. And there were particularly in that game, you know, one of them even with AJ Turner on the ground. A nice run rips it off about twenty yards downfield and then just the sniper gets goes down and there's really not a defender. He almost tripped himself up otherwise he's probably gonna Bankhead on the goalpost for six points in a game. It certainly at that juncture the game where it could have turned the tide, Brian Edwards couple of drops. One hundred thrown ball, the other, where he just kind of lost track of what would have been a deep ball and a big momentum shift. For the Gamecocks offense of Lii and obviously deebo Samuel had some issues as well that in that game, all of that kind of contributes towards an offense that still trying to gain its footing in team that I'll be it is capable of more. Can't seem to get out of its own way and has it on occasion this season, you think the Georgia game, you know, they fight scratching claw through two quarters, and then the third quarter they come out and it's bang, bang, bang, twenty one points and you don't wanna say the game's over, but it's hard to stay with your office of game plan. It changes everything this team that could be competitive that should be competitive. But now with the change of quarterback, you wonder just what type of strides they can make, especially on the offense of side talking to Matt in in Columbia. Let's let's talk about Missouri as we closed down because you know they've had some good moments. I go to Alabama. Next week drew lock is who we thought he would be what your belief in in thought on this football team. The first impression that has been made upon me by Missouri, this year's that their lines of scrimmage day can compete in this league are now they look really good versus Georgia, albeit in losing effort, not only on the office of side, but defensive side as well held their own with what is thought to be one.
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"Either they looked in disarray at times in the Arkansas game or maybe Arkansas sneaky as bad team I've ever or maybe they're thinking ahead to Kentucky could be, who would have thought that we'd be saying that Nabi talking about basketball. I mean, it's still certainly team that that's gotta figure out more consistency, consistency on defense. I killing Montas certainly played really, really well, but there's still some spots where you know, we're not sure what he's doing. Maybe he's not even sure you gotta find a consistent running game. So I think JIMBO Fisher's done a really good job of changing the culture with this team. And certainly we saw it against Clemson because the year go, I don't think they're coming back down to it. There's there's a lot of competition for this next answer, but I think I know where you're gonna go, but the most disappointing team in the SEC it seems like Mississippi State would would be resting hand on the flag right now. I think Mississippi State fans would totally agree with that too. And this was this was a school that I said at the beginning of the year wasn't gonna beat Alabama, but could compete against Alabama, could be a team that you see is two or three in the west now the battling for fifth? Yeah. I mean, they go through a string of games and if they lose Auburn mnay, you're talking three straight and that Auburn defense is going to be salty. And this is an Auburn team. Now they're talking about that. It's trying to get. The loser. This game might as well just have a good cry. Except for smiles on if he loses because he's got all that new money. Plead abed. But I do think when you talk to a couple coaches and I talked to some this week in the SEC about Joe Moorhead the fit with the players, the fit with the scheme at the beginning of the year, you know, he said, always an offensive mastermind with the town of Dan Mullen left and he's going to be fine. I mean, Nick, Nick FitzGerald, certainly quarterback who needs to take that next step as a passer, but who better than Joe Moorhead. I mean, when I talked to Nick over the summer, he said, the one thing I love about this offense is I have more chances to take shots down field. He is not worked out as a passer so far figured out a way to stop that run and put all the pressure on his arm. And that's exactly what Florida did. And if you're Auburn, that's the same thing that you need to do with a home loss tomorrow. Schefter Lennon's gonna be vying for that honor to. Yes. And I do think South Carolina. This is still a team. When you talk to people over there, they're still trying to figure out a way to run the ball consistently and stop the run. And that was an issue certainly against Kentucky. And that's going to be an issue that keeps going the season. Now we'll see what they're doing. The quarterback position. This week, but I still kinda saw South Carolina as maybe below Florida dose e. Kentucky. You know, I still thought Tennessee was going to be down there Vanderbilt this year. But to me, it's not necessarily disappointment with their record, but how they've played South Carolina has not been considerable state missives day were the trendy teams of media days. We know how trendy teams trendy trending Trump rock erection. Thank you very much. Great..
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"It Ashley off of ESPN Ed. We talked to me and ties been since we've actually seen you where you've been. I've been all over the place. Once I left my summer home in Columbus, Ohio went to Dallas was with Ed Oliver, and it's family and marksville Louisiana last week. So really excited about that feature comes out in a few well, so is she everything that we here he is he is. And when you talk to people who've watched him, they love what he can do in the thing about it is he is such a humble guy, but he knows how talented he is, and he wants people to know that he should be the number one pick next year. He doesn't like it when he sees other names on draft boards going higher than him, but he can ruin in sometimes. Sometimes he doesn't like to talk. He doesn't like him when people talk so much about him, but he wants people to know just how good he is. When we read your piece, we'll we'll learn more. We saw a little bit of him yesterday. He's a very, very interesting and. The way that he he's around his horses and his family. It's so natural and it's funny like he was riding up and down the street with a horse and then getting on a four Wheeler. He's, he'd says, he's just a country boy at heart and he can. He can flip the switch. It's not football all the time. He likes to do other things and he says, you know, when I'm on a horse, I'm not thinking about football. That's my chance to get away. It's kind of meditation for. It Ashley with us talk somebody issues and discussions of college. Football. Let's talk about this game right here and and what's it all about because it ores you're on by by this point. If we, if you if you listen to all the preseason predictors would have been fighting for his job. Instead, he's fighting to position himself for an SEC championship run. Let's let's let's unpack the LSU Tigers this year. I've been impressed. I have to say, you know, I was right there with you. I didn't think they'd beat Miami. I didn't think they'd beat offer even after beating Miami. I didn't think that this was a team that could come back down to scores against Auburn and win on the road. But they've, you know, I talked to Nick percent the running back who said that they've had a chip on their shoulder all year. They heard everything that we were saying. They heard that Edwards Ron wasn't fit for this job. They heard that they didn't have the talent running back. The offense of line was going to be an issue and that's kind of field. And he said, I noticed as cliche, but we're team that has really rallied around what other people have said negatively about. Us and it's really helped them. Now, let's see what they do in another hostile environment will the defense that knows how to get after quarterbacks, but they're ready, Nick. Nick was so excited about this games laughing at me when I was asking him questions. He's like, I'm sorry. I can't get through these answers because I'm so excited to play Florida. I don't want to say this is an underrated rivalry because it's not if you go back ten, eleven twelve years ago. It was very possibly the rivalry in the SEC even before that, but but I think with all the LSU, Alabama conversation and so many. So many other variables in five, frankly, robbers are diminishing in this league, Alabama. Explain to the audience maybe who don't know the back story, what what makes us so intense? It's I remember growing up an Oxford Mississippi, and it was LSU ole miss that. That was the rival onus. Mississippi State didn't have the same respect that ole miss and LSU head. And then I watched almost Florida Florida LSU and I realized how much talent which just beating the mess out of each other every every year one week in a year. When I went to school here, you start to realize that that is really a rivalry..
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"Great people, great administration in every sports winning national championships. That doesn't happen everywhere. It's a special place. It's great to be here in in in terms of what you what you recruit to. We know the history here. It's fantastic. What's happened here? Ten twelve years ago is the stuff of legends. There've been other runs you. You had one two years ago that it was close to being in the record books. You put great teams on the board, but when you bring players here, what. I know you've, you've listened economics, and, but what what else are you trying to win a player over on? Sure. The quality of life here. The people here in that starts with not only our staff does a terrific job, but our current student athletes, you know, when when you've got culture guys, culture guys recruit other culture guys that they like being around brand new facilities. We, as we've talked about with our arena with our with Hawkins center on campus for for student athletes, the history and tradition, of course, I could go on and on. But lastly, I'll circle back to your last question. Paul, we like to sell living-rooms to recruits into parents that if you come the university of Florida, potentially in freshman English, you're going to be sitting behind a future Olympia and maybe in front of a future, all pro cornerback baseball player who's just wanna national championship, so on and so forth. Every program has that that level, that standard of excellence that. It puts that healthy pressure on all of us to be the best that we can be. And for you. Emme you're an intense coach, but but you but every every coach has various sides. When when you're when you're trying to recruit someone, is it? Is it the big things or is it a little things that make the most difference? I think it probably depends on each recruit in each recruit. Any any family I think are try to try to gauge again, this is sales. Yeah. Absolutely. And we've got so much to sell here. Of course. And sometimes it's style play. Sometimes it's playing time. Sometimes it's the long Jeb of the relationship, sometimes facilities or are more peeling to to a family than than others who don't really care about that factor of it. So it all just depends. Finally, your team. It's over seems early, but it's really not done this number years when when you take a look at your team on day one versus the first game versus the winner, when things are percolating, I mean, how much do you know now or you think, you know. Great question. Not not very much. We've got a ways. I know. Not a chance we, we've got the potential to be good, especially offensively. I think with this group, we've got a lot to replace in Chris shows and eager cooling-off. We're not only really good players, but really good leaders and by far too toughest kids, this team lacks right now with with some grimy and toughness and blue collar, work ethic, but a really good group guys, high character kids, high skill level. Hopefully we'll be a little deeper, hopefully more healthy in the front court, and we can put it all together and progress through the year and hopefully our best basketball in February, just wanted to coach always a pleasure to see you. Thank you coach wide for dropping by. And we look forward to talking to you during the season. Absolately. Thanks for having me. Paul, Mike white, the head basketball coach at the university of Florida, joining us here in Gainesville. Listening to Paul finebaum show podcast..
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"To say he'll be here for many, many years to come to listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Now the head basketball coach, Mike white so much excitement this time of the year coach. And I know you told me you just came back from practice, talk about the enthusiasm. It's always fun during the season. You guys have had some great runs, but this time of the year, what? What goes to a coach's mine. Just just preparation getting ready. Paul excitement about what's right around the corner to mazing how it's it's on a sit of. It's crazy run into people around town. At times, they'll say, boy, we can't wait for basketball. You ready and that when you hear that it, it gets you more excited at the same time. It puts it healthy pressure on you that my gosh, it's, it's right here, and we've got a lot to implement offense and defensively. We gotta define some roles. We've got brutal schedule ahead force, but a lot of opportunity we're still trying to joy. College. Football? Yeah. I want to ask you about the schedule because everyone has amped up at schedule, but and I and I'm anxious to hear who who's on this year, but Florida takes no days off when it comes big time opponents in our league. The see as a whole has really improved that scheduling efforts in my opinion, few years and the higher ups have done a terrific job of. Of. Making that a priority for our entire league in all of our programs play the highest level any team anywhere we all have kind of taken on at least that Metallica to a certain extent. I know the Gators always done that Jeremy Foley and Billy Donovan, Scott stricklin has the same alignment. And of course we're all about giving these guys upper to get better day in and day out in our fans deserve it as well. We use it in recruiting and we've got a number of top twenty five preseason teams are scheduled both in the non conference. And of course, when you get to the SEC in the in the preseason, not a preseason real. Who we play in battle Atlantis in the Bahamas, and we'll play three major games over there and hate to leave somebody out. But we open at Florida state and be very difficult. Of course, we've got, we've got Butler and Michigan state at home. We've got West Virginia and Madison Square Garden. We play at TCU. Our schedule is stuff as anyone in college basketball, and then you get the schedule. That's right. That's right. Which in my opinion will be the best league in the country this year. Really? Yeah, absolutely. We saw eight maternal last year. It was. It was a record and so much attention on Greg Sankey has emphasized that we had to Commissioner on yesterday and the attention to detail is there. But before we talk about the Gators talk a little bit about the rest of the league because. I've heard that from others. Eight may not be enough next year. Yeah, I agree. I think that we'll have a potential to to to get nine ten maybe who knows how the numbers will fall, who the computers will like a little bit better than than than so. And so. But I think you've gotta start with with the two league champions from last year, the co-champions in in Tennessee and Auburn, who both return a ton of players. Both teams are excellent. And I think you've always got to have Kentucky conversation. I saw you last week also saw John in usually this time of the year. You get the. We were young. We're not showing he looked. We're going to be really good. How about that? Yeah, and and I believe it and they always are, and those other teams are, and I probably should stop there. But there's another eight or ten that have a chance to be in that whatever fourth to twelve in the league, you know, there's just a, there's a lot of you played in this league and you know the league so well, and obviously you're associated through family with some of the best around college basketball, but. Just from when you were a player too. Now, I'm curious as you've watched this legal, what what's what's happened in in? Why? Why gotten so good..
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"You're gonna go to the game. I was thinking about it. The problem is like, can I fly you into go with me because I don't have anybody to go to go. I have not been to a few Yankees. Red Sox have not been to one in a while. There's there's not much better than that, and I think maybe some football fans get mad at me, but postseason baseball is one of my favorite things. And specifically when it's Yankees, Red Sox, we just don't get a treat like this that often powers early. Okay, pulse. Coming with me now we'll we'll let Linda. No, and we'll let John it'll be good. Bring Lynn say this. It's a long date or nine years, but my last trip to Yankee Stadium, it was, it was it was it was away the last year of the old stadium that's been ten years. Yeah, it's been ten years. Exactly. Tenure up there speaking at Columbia University. And drop death. I was actually being given our show was a recipient of an award from Columbia, your university, the masters program to of communication and journalism. We were honored for some program we had done and. Friend of mine used to be the president of the Yankees actually former Commissioner of the harbor show. So he he called me new. I was coming up. He said, what do you? What would you like to do? You want go show. I said I haven't been the key stadium in years done. I forgotten. He had been the president the Yankees at one time. We hadn't Steiner FOX, goodness. That was that was one of the most that wasn't even a humble brag story mill. So that was just a brand I was on. I was on the phone. I called my wife and all of a sudden Dr shoulder who got to know him as a retired. Air force general. And he just walked up to hang up. Sorry. You know, under the Commissioner, you can't tell me tell me what to do and I hung up and he introduced me to Reggie Jackson, spent the next two hours talking to Mr. Tober I tell you what if I, when I, the point of the story mazing when I come back in my next life, I'm coming back as you. Okay. And there it was. It was a Thursday night. They're playing the Tigers. It was rain. It was like nobody was at the game. Nobody cared about and Reggie had no one else to talk to. I literally sat for two hours and you know, obviously a lot more majorly, but I've never been more riveted by he. He went back and told me when he played in Birmingham in the minor leagues in the late sixties about the the struggles, he talked about getting to know bear Bryant. It was fascinating anyone through all the players that he loved and hated. Okay. That's probably even work out. We paid pointed down to dairy jeeter and that the the captain is one of the most high class people I've ever been around in any pointed to Alex Rodriguez and said, the. Zac office. Djalo doesn't think so. So next week on, we'll be talking about baseball and j. lo in a rod and whatever else. But we will be at Auburn for the Auburn, Tennessee game. That's to be interesting. I was wondering when we get to Auburn this year and we're finally getting to Auburn. It could be a very interesting game Tennessee is off this week. Yep, Auburn, Mississippi State. So the Tigers will either be coming into that game on a big high or. Yeah. Well, you know, and, and at this point for Mississippi State desperation level in a way. I think in a big way. I mean, I had such high expectations for Mississippi State high expectations for Auburn to, but Auburn certainly has looked better recently than Mississippi State has I to me, I wonder if they need to make a quarterback change. I'm sure people have talked about that on your show this week, but I feel for Nick FitzGerald because he obviously of injury, you were the nutty got hurt. I think it could factor in and and it's sad because I can't tell if it's a matter of not fully healthy. I think he's healthy. They wouldn't have cleared him to play. You know, he wouldn't be back if he wasn't. I wonder if it's mental a little bit. I don't know..
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"Are you ready? I think I've got. I'm kinda permanent radius perma radius. It's so good to see you. Thank you. Welcome to Gainesville. Great place. Lots of humidity here and a really big football game happening. I say we, I mean, last week was an aberration because it was cool, but I'm quite happy with the weather in Gainesville. Here's Paul loves to sort of roast out in places. He does not like the cold. So we've been on a stretch of quite warm place, but you know, one thing I was thinking about it's actually I was in Houston last night and it was so hot there. The lot players were dealing with cramps, and even at this point in the season, that can be a thing. It's going to be so hot in this LSU Florida game tomorrow. I do think that's going to be a factor in the game. I don't like to always say that that weather's gonna factor. I actually see the heat being affected tomorrow. Well, listen, you travel everywhere. In the SEC you've went to school here. Can you find two more humid places now that ruse and. Ville means that both sets of players are prepared for the heat that he's still you can think you're hydrated. You can think that you've done everything that you need to do. Coaches can think that the players are ready to go and you still can have cramping and have that be an issue. I hope tomorrow depending on the outcome of the game that the students show up going. Well, I mean, we don't need Dan Mullen to go, Nick, save on people, and they will. They'll be there tomorrow. I think so too. It's sold out for one of the first times in a while. It's crazy. I was actually a stat today. I guess it was actually twenty fifteen against ole miss the last time when there was a cell up for an SEC game year. I, that's the prize me. I thought that it least would be close to release. They would be fudging it. You know how sometimes they say it sold out and it's not quite sold out, but I don't. About cards administrator, right? But anyway, I do think that this, the crowd and the heat plays a factor tomorrow. Yeah, it was which team, but anyway, you say you were in Houston last night you, you're on the usual run. I know I say it every week. Yeah, you know that Hughes. No. You were really dialed into that lip it on for a second. Yeah, it was actually a good game who aren't Houston one in he's lying. Up collie actually, I watch every single thing that Paul does on television, and Paul lives to me and says that he watches me by put it on, and I are you in a second. And then I was watching an NFL game baseball game. It was. It was a lot going on last night about your Yankees by well, surely disappointed because I was planning on going to the Yankees game Wednesday night. Yeah, the playoff game. And then I had, rather I'm not going to bore the audience because you travel every day. But I had a rather unfortunate delay going into New York Tuesday night. So I didn't go because I I needed to get back and go to sleep. Well, sleep isn't even before exactly. Yeah. No, that's bad. No. And now I'm, I'm going back to St. night and and you're gonna miss unless goes into extra innings. Hey, can you imagine Paul like an extra innings running into Yankee Stadium, stop. Let me watch this game. Yeah, they way so Houston up scoring late in the end up winning it, but it was for a while. They're kinda of like, maybe they're gonna have huge upset Tulsa. That's a problem, Arkansas place. Tulsa later near what Tolson is not a bad team and they actually played a freshman quarterback last night as kids. Seth boomer who would never played before, and he was pretty good being a freshman. He could at least throw it better than they've had otherwise. So you're going to be there Monday night..
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"The talent on offense for Auburn is at receiver and quarterback utilized that first and then try to develop maybe a little bit of a run game behind that, and they might be able to find some success for Mississippi State have to find some consistency through the passing game. They have not been able to do it the past few weeks. Therefore, the run game is disappeared. And Auburn, it's too good up front, especially out wide. Now that Florida group has the best group of defenders. Believe in college football with Zuniga CC Jefferson plight. I don't know if auburn's as good off the edge, but if they get third, third and ten, third and twelve like they did against Florida. Auburn does half enough with Nick co and big kept Brian to be able to rip it off the ads and give those tackles even more problems and make it another long day for Nick FitzGerald co, if state loses his game. I mean they're already struggling where where do they go? I mean. Season to me would seem like it's almost completely imploded, especially when you look at what lies ahead. They still have to play LSU. They have to play Alabama. They still have to play ole miss, which is one of the big rivalry games in this conference. A lot of head scratching soul-searching and a half to happen Paul, if they were to drop this football game, that's why I think it may be bigger for Mississippi State than Auburn. You look at what lies ahead. Yes. Allburn has more in front of them that they're capable of winning potentially still an SEC west championship college football, playoff. You mentioned it auburn's a top ten football team. There are a lot of opportunities left on their schedule, but if Mississippi State drops this one, it's gonna be very difficult to look at some of the games down the road as opportunity games. Most people are gonna look at those games flat out that state cannot go win. I think it makes that game gigantic for the Mississippi State BULLDOGS. And honestly, I don't know where they go. If they dropped this game, you might see some serious personnel changes the following week by Joe Moorhead couple of other games only get a quick opinion on we. We have a quarterback change for South Carolina. Line Missouri coming in there with some momentum's. What about that? Well, the interesting part of that that game, I South Carolina and get the run game going. They completely belt on it in the first half of Georgia game. The only time they really got a consistent, rushing attack going against Kentucky last week was when they lined up both tackles out on the numbers had essentially three offense lineman in the middle of the field. It's of trick Kentucky a little bit and got a little bit of a run game going there. But consistency in that aspect of their offense has just not been there, and it's a pretty big step down, not having Jake Billy as the triggerman in that game cock-up. However, South Carolina has given up one three passing touchdowns this season tied for best in the SEC. They don't give up a lot of explosive plays if they forced Missouri to work their way down the field, consecutively is Missouri going to be okay with that? Are they going to be? Are they going to settle for just first downs and not having that chunk yards that they're used to? If so, I think Missouri will be fine in that game against the Gamecocks. Let's get to the game you're at and. Certainly Vanderbilt has been a disappointment, but that's not a new story. But what about Georgia Cohen? It'd be what have you been able to learn because Georgia's still ranked number two in the country, but there's some anxious people, especially with a trip next week to Baton Rouge at such an interesting game, and I don't wanna look, pass this one, but keep in mind. Paul, those players haven't been to LSU. They played. They don't know what that's like, and it is a completely different animal. They don't know the personnel as well. So it will be very different type game, but Georgia's still trying to find it self in certain areas. The offense of line has not been as dominant as we thought it would be..
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"I mean, it was turning throw, turn, throw, ternan, throw for Philippi Franks. And then obviously you get a little bit of a trick. Play results in touchdown pass. I don't know if they can make a living against this LSU defense because grant Delpit and company from that secondary come up and play aggressive and tackle extremely well. And with the way the Florida offensive line has played great football LSU should be able to win against the run game with fewer numbers. That gives them an advantage on the back end. So Dan moment and company have to find a way to generate a little bit more of a run game, be more balanced on offense. We had Florida earlier this year Charleston, southern. They got away from the run game in that contest. So there. Going to have to be more balanced against a very, very good LSU defense who has elite players at every level for LSU. I think it's continued to do what you do. Try to play physical brand of football, offensively protect Joe borough. Go six, seven, eight man protections run the football try to go north and south. The way the Florida defense had success. Last week, Paul was movement. They slanted their defensive linemen, they blitz. They moved those guys around the Mississippi State, offensive line could not keep up with that movement. If they tried that again with some of the gap scheme runs blocking back and pulling around the LSU likes to do that. Could turn to explosive plays for the Tigers. They'll run Joe borough del, protect him with six, seven, even eight players at times. They're going to try to make his life easy and a very similar plan for LSU in this game against Florida. A lot of big games tomorrow. We talked a lot last week co as we were in starkville about Mississippi State and what is going on there. It's pretty obvious. There are problem. They host Auburn, another team that. Hi, hi record. Good good rating. Good ranking, but not a lot of enthusiasm. What's going on to start starkville tomorrow night? I think I think your guess is good as Paul. I don't know what to expect from that football game. Mississippi states in home. Auburn has a quarterback that's played a little bit better than Mississippi state's quarterback. Auburn has a defense that's outperform Mississippi stays defense slim margin, but Auburn is one of the best defense is in college football. They've got one rushing touchdown. This season five total scores. This season five total touchdowns and they're the best in the nation at points per drive. So I think the better defense and the more capable quarterback helps Auburn find a way to win. But I don't really know how either team is going to generate a ton of offense. Auburn has to go back to the drawing board Paul, they have to find a way to sort of reinvent who they're going to be initially on offense and how they're going to build around that because they can't be downhill run team. They don't have the dominant back to be able to do it. The authentic line. Has not performed well enough for them to be able to do it. And now I think that has jeered stood him a little bit law seeing ghosts at times missing some reads and not playing to his capabilities..
"gainesville" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"When the great robbery games in the country. Yeah, tremendous atmosphere here, the Texas, Dave fair. I tell you what you got to come check without because the way they do the stadium when they split it. Fifty fifty is unlike anything I've ever seen in college football. It's the fun atmosphere. But these two teams that they what tomorrow afternoon, you know they're gonna get after. No, you right now, the hot team with Kyle of Murray's playing high level. He's a mentioned in all the Heisman conversations and obviously come into the season. The big question Mark is gonna feel Baker Mayfield shoes. His kid just wanted to Heisman just a number one draft pick and NFL draft or the Cleveland Browns, how you going to feel those shoes. I think Kyla Murray so far as an admirable job, completing seventy percent of his passes. Sixteen seventeen touchdown throws just to in assessing, but even more important. Just the way you handled themselves. He's a hell of a competitor. The guys on the. Team, they absolutely love him. He's waited his his his way to this moment, his chance and he's taking full of of it. And he's just such a dynamic and explosive player with the ball in the hands, especially out in space is like he's planning at another level, very loose of and he has his office roll. But the thing about it, Paul always though this game and his core, the physical game is all about the physicality and ever since the second half of that USC game. I think Texas, they really found their deep and they've really been playing great football and defend this out of the plan well offensively to, but just such a physical brand football defensively. So see that these things and how they going to try to contain Kyle marine such an explosive office will Hollywood Brown. Those guys is going to be, you know, some some fun to watch tomorrow does Howard Desmond, let let me switch gears. We're, we're in Gainesville this afternoon and certainly. A major Amy of LSU hosting Georgia next week, but they have to get out of the swamp. I impressed first of all by LSU. No, no, not at all of. I'm just saying they're not press Alabama's. Impressive. LSU was okay. I mean, they, they want game. They've looked good doing it. They haven't looked, you know, in my opinion rate, but you know, they're handling their business and that's that's the bottom line. But no, I'm not pressed by them. I think they're going to be challenged by Florida. I think Florida in the swamp is going to rise to the Cajun. You know, they, they have a, they got a lot of pride physically, I think they're going to try to stop the run. I four both Joe borough can be arm. So I think this will be really an interesting game for LSU coming into the swamp. Talking Desmond Howard there. There are a lot of big games tomorrow, certainly in the SEC couple of look like mismatches, of course, Alabama, but one game, I wanna go back outside the SEC for a second here in get your thought on on what maybe the the most critically important game from the playoff standpoint. Other than Texas in that's for Jinya tech team that looked terrible if you weeks ago but has come back a little bit hosting Notre Dame or you people are sold on Notre Dame. Are you. Not quite tomorrow is going to be the big test for them on the road in Blacksburg against Virginia Tech, a team that you know, obviously. Banding. They screwed up two weeks ago being, but they back last week Duke and you still got respect for for that. That ball club. I think that with n. book becoming the starter, that's probably one of the smartest moves that brand Kelly is done so far. It's probably actually going to save the I in season. I saw them under Brandon wimbush losing at a minimum two games this year. So with book though they went tomorrow, I think they'll be favored in all the games. Moving forward that saying that there's, you know, there's gonna be a tough game against daisy. I think at the end of the season on the road against the USC Trojans, I think that's going to be a challenge to be a team that's getting better and more competent with their freshman quarterback. JT, dang. But with that being said, tomorrow night's game is going to be a match between chess match between brand Kelly. Now he's gonna use him both. Don't forget now with wimbush thought the the office, you know, they were just Cana handcuff..
"gainesville" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"But it was also the atmosphere was also the student body, and I'm gonna tell you what the biggest thing. The first thing I did was went to all the students around campus because they set the tempo, the student body sets the atmosphere of everybody else. If the students are they're on their feet, early going crazy jumping up and down creating crowd noise and excitement. Everybody else in the gator nation is going to feed off of the student body, the energy and the excitement that happen. I love y'all too. But that is what it's going to be like, and that's the atmosphere. Won't do our team. We gotta go out there and perform on Saturday too key to capture and create and keep that environment under this tomorrow about LSU. But it's also about Tim tebow. Yeah. And like to ask you and then if you don't mind jamming and talk a little bit about what this honor means to this university and it stands? Well, I think when you look at what Tim is did Walli was here. Then what he's done since. I mean, he's. Transcendent per sending person. I mean, not just an athlete. I mean his his work that he does around the world is special. You know what's crazy is, and I got to live part here at him even I got to walk out with with with yes and I'm looking, I'm like, where's TIMMY? Okay. Get him off the practice. When I showed up that was used to doing it that you don't see college players that were, you know, one name athletes while they're playing college football around the world and one of those famous athletes in the world. And then he's used that stage as an athlete, both in, you know, I think one of the most underrated things he's ever done is play pro baseball. You know, because I don't think anybody realizes how hard that is, you know, playing quarterback and playing football and making it to the NFL. That's pretty special. But you know, that's what his focus was in his intensity and he just gonna. He's gonna will things to happen. What made him so special, but it's really the outside stuff that makes him special person. You know, I think he, he teaches lessons to people around the world. Anybody. Has anything to do with them leaves a better person. Anytime you have contact with them, you leave a better person and the effect he has on people around the world is just special and I'm proud of him..
"gainesville" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Nicotine is an addictive chemical. The pride passion, then pageantry of college football leaves here. This is the Paul finebaum show best of podcast. We've made it to Gainesville on a pretty nice early fall day, which means it summer anywhere else, Florida field. And tomorrow. Arguably the most famous player in gator history, Tim tebow will be honored into the ring of honor will be with him earlier and just a few minutes. But a lot of excitement, a lot of buzz on this campus. Amazing what a big win on the road. We'll do four weeks ago. People were wondering about the future of media future this program. Not anymore. Dan Mullen going into starkville last week, a huge win where Molin clearly outcoached his successor and everybody here is fired up. This is a big time robbery game. I think we've learned how to win games in different ways. You know, we won, but in high scoring game where we created a lot of turnovers in a lot of big, explosive plays the next. We wanted into hostile road environment and found a way to to grind it out and play great defense and flip field position and play ball control game. So I think the guys are learning. There's there's not just one way to win a game that a lot of ways that the team can come together to win games and we need to continue to do that as the season progresses Gators is is, is this actually true? The Gators expect a sell out for the first time in three years. Thank you. Jim mcelwain. In nearly buried this program, but things are going well. The show begins now. And we say, what are you from Gainesville always wanted our favorite stops along the way. We were here last year for this game. We were supposed to be here the year before there wasn't a game here in ended up moving to Baton Rouge in two straight here in the swamp for alma for LSU. And of course, Florida Michael scar Nekia he will start at QB for the Gamecocks against Missouri. Jake Bentley in banged up. Meanwhile, the Gators will talk about an minute, but Bentley. Is not been a vintage season. Missouri will he will get his first major start well-thought of quarterback. We'll see about that. Gamecocks need a win badly. Meanwhile, Kentucky and AM bear, Brian Costa Kentucky. He left to go to them Amaechi where he left to go to last time. Kentucky travel was Temer nineteenth nineteen, fifty three. And I don't think I say this very often, but I had not been born yet. That's how long ago it's been in that gay defeated, Kentucky, seven to six that has absolutely no bearing on tomorrow's game, win or loss against Florida can change the impression doors. You're on hot big, win over North Carolina over Miami big win over Auburn, but a win. The Mara here would really help him immensely..