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Number of Missing People in Japan Mudslide Reduced to 80

BBC World Service

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Number of Missing People in Japan Mudslide Reduced to 80

"Still missing following a landslide in the coastal city of Artemis, more than 100 residents were unaccounted for, but that figure has now been reduced. This report from Rory Gallimore It's been two days since a torrent of mud cascaded into a Tommy from a nearby mountain, crashing into buildings and burying roads more than 1000 rescue workers a wading through the thick, dark sludge, many using poles to search for bodies. Their affairs. The number of deaths could rise substantially. Officials are struggling to confirm the whereabouts of everyone registered as living in the seaside resort. Police in Nigeria say gunmen have

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"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Perspective on pot coach Hannemann in the NFL. You're not just going tear to nfl down in one city in. Let's talk about this. They're all eighty. Every owner is seventy on the way out comic, creeping on social media people. Curry's a little corny or whatever it is, they think right so now. It's I anybody messy those Oh she do rock right Oh. She didn't explain city and how girl summer right Oh she. Down, like it's Yalo, yellow, alive. Jail and I started the light someone else. I know it's not right, but I really can't fake when I'm feeling. What should I do even cover world new lifestyle specialist? And the kid! Rory Simmons. Make sure you check out on our brand new podcast. The father alert show podcast available now on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. All right like I said by all accounts, bobby. It felt like this was the sort of draft that the cowboys not only needed as a fan base of, but that Mike McCarthy needed as the new head coach I. Think what we saw was a lot of influence from McCarthy of, but also I know you gave them the profit. They deserved on twitter, but this scouting department of what they were able to accomplish in this one as well. They, they didn't excellent job. And then that was ever really good staff of Area Scouts National Scouts. Everybody knows we'll mcclay Steven Jones Jerry. Jones, but. Drew Fabien Edge Mitch lapointe Their National Scouts Lionel vitality their area scouts Ross when she in the West Klein Kubiak the Midwest. Brett MAXI IN THE MID STATE! Sam Garza Justin Study, Chris, Von, who I know, you know very well Longhorns, and they. They have some scouting assistants. There's well like Air Gallon. Botella Ferro and so they they've got a really strong scouting staff and I think you saw what they were able to do. No offense to any past regimes but I think you saw what the scouts were able to do when they didn't necessarily have Jason Gert or Rodman Elliott pounding on the table for their guy. You know I do think that was interesting. How much given the challenges that came with this draft? You know the cowboys. I don't know exactly how they were. Were able to get in the building. Dino, that answer I don't think they were able to any of their visitors in the building. They scheduled them. I, don't think actually able to get anybody at the facility though I know Nashville got ten in New Orleans got none in, and you know talking to some of my folks within the building at the with the cowboys. They just said that would force them to rely on the tape. You know, keep in mind these NFL. Coaches aren't watching the tape during the year. They're just as busy as we are. Focusing very myopically on the NFL in the season that when they're scouting their scouting tape from guys in the League or undrafted free agents that might still be out there, so I thought this was a unique opportunity for some of these scouts to really show some of the work that they've done, and then also the reliance at the cowboys have on their guys, yeah, Brian Broadus made the point on Dallas. COWBOYS DOT COM during the draft show said. said that his first draft with bill parcells when he was here parcells, just let them run it because bill new. I came in haven't been studying these guys like they have, so he went ahead and trusted the scouting staff, and then of course in two thousand four and onward bill was there the whole time, so bill started calling shots, but the very first year he was there. He really deferred to the scouts and I. Think maybe that'll change in the future with Mike McCarthy but I think that's another reason why McCarthy did. Did it to your point. Is that this is? He's had a lot on his plate. He was interviewing for jobs. He wasn't necessarily doing a whole bunch of college scouting, and this is something that the cowboys do year round. They start work in June. And they plow through all the way until the end of April with their draft work they get may off, and that's about it well, and you plow through a lot of this. Chew while I might be busy during the year focusing on the team and getting interesting nuggets as As it relates this season I. Don't think a lot of people realized bobby that this is a lot of the stuff that you do behind the scenes and I think as a result that's why we've had such an interest from fans with some of the relationship that you felt with these college players with some of their agents, and so I thank you for allowing this podcast to shine at a time I know that people wanted not only distraction. They wanted information so I, don't say enough that you are my, MVP. All the time all the time, but I really do appreciate some of the work that you've put it into. You are such an invaluable resource, not only to me, but I.

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"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"To somebody on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts, joining us now is defensive backs skills trainer Clay Mac, you can follow him on Instagram, not twitter because Jack Dorsey as a tyrant. Apollo on INSTAGRAM AT CLAY MAK skills. We're we're working on that twitter account though Right Klay Lewd absolute aspect of the up here within the next week is a good deal. I give the fans some background. You can't call Jack. Dorsey tyrant, and not give a lot of people God's. A lot of people call Jack Dorsey Okay so basically play a very large twitter following that You know a lot of high school. Kids would depend on that as their way to kind of get to Klay and say hey clay, I'd love to train with the I'd love to do some stuff and. It was a great resource tool, and of course occasionally clay would share some videos on it with original music and apparently the. Twitter Lords decided that it was pirated or something. I don't know where we're going to work on it. We're GONNA you know. Start the Hashtag screw, Jack Dorsey or something I. Don't know well. We'll figure it out he he gets a lot of pressure from a lot of people I think that that's I think that'd be a popular move if we dog piled on on him a little. Little bit more Dorsey as a grinder. This guy walks to work every day. He goes, and he's like Meditation Hut. He's gotTa respect. The grinders clay so like I feel like he's going to respect your hustle. He's GonNa. He's GonNa. Give me your twitter account back. L. In the funny thing about like you know I had somebody who's like John Dula research for me and like E and. Stuff when not because I've never received the email. You know typically there in your email. I got one. Looked at not I know. I, never received emails. As somebody WHO's the prompts. One and I apologize to him I mean because. I'm not I'm not into like I'm not trying to be like no like tiring. Go against the grain. I'm not. I'm not I'm not that. What I didn't receive, Nabet so. Hats report. Clan. Hashtag Free Clay Mac now. If you're not familiar with Klay would, you should be. Clay trained several defensive backs across the NFL I think most notably the the cowboys crush Jamal Adams He. He's worked with Jim Olson sixth. Grade Jeff Okuda. Who just went third overall. I believe actually saw you on ESPN hugging Jeff after he was picked by the Lions. And of course, worked with Byron. Jones really helped get Byron cleaned up when he made the move to corner did a lot to help him. Somebody that Byron trusted so much that actually had klay come out to California. Remember bumping into your training camp last year when I saw you walk across the field, and it was Byron was there in your door and I know. Know you also work with to the cowboys. New draft picks Reggie Robinson from Tulsa and Trayvon digs from Alabama before jump to those like guess, just tell us. How do you get into this? Because a lot of people I? Think wonder like you know how to somebody become a clay Mac or a d. rob or anybody like that. How did you get into this? I was actually a coping America for. Full end. Up Sitting at my desk officer of countrywide loans. and. Got Phone call from hostile coach. James Jones I went to come Campbell high school so. Phone wrong and he wanted me to come out because I was a college. Og Merrick's May hostile so wanna come out and just just GonNa look at his defense bets so I did. And thought it was going to be at thirty forty five minutes, so ended up, being at the two two and a half hours and went back. The next day went back the next day in. Like for me. The thing that struck me was that it was a I live in Carrolton Kimmel Lozano cliffs hour drive for me. So I don't know what it was as some kind of intuition more. I don't know what it was, but I I became addicted to it. Don't sound so and the rings and I. Think Because you know sometimes these kids you know. They not privy to some things that Gaza are attributed to as relates to advanced schematics. Another chance to work on your skillset fundamental things that you need to prepare yourself for the next level on the next level. So when I was able to come back the stuff that I learned I was eager at that particular point like trying to teach the younger gods, what I'm saying, so just got a discount on materialized scenario then buffed to to to be rob which Amid his one family members are play college ball together. And it pretty much just started from there, so is it was maybe Robin getting margin hosts? We've started altogether. At Saint Louis Group and then from there. I just got infectious in just goofing. And so many guys is bobby reference. Come to you guys I. WanNa put something to bed. Because as you can imagine, my twitter mentions I know bobbies. They get so excited about this notion of Jamal Adams coming to Dallas. Cowboys in good faith try to get him last year. It didn't work out. Does this feel like an oral Thomas Situation for you for the cowboy fans in other words. Even if the cowboys had for, they're gonNA, still have to pay this guy a top market value. Was it ever a real possibility? And funny, you say that that was that was my logic by you know okay. Even they got, and they have the. Sam So. Is it working from a business? Perspective is just get him just halls those. Beautiful Smile Stanford your. Fan Base around up in line, and then you have to ship them all four. You know you can't come to an agreement saying from wise but when actually you know, that was his market that he loves I mean he acts absolutely loves a Dallas and out there and you know actually. I have a very intimate relationship immunised family and been not to new kind of Belabor. The point per se but. It was a lot of excitement around that. I just opted lot exciting around that. Contained excitement because you know naturally, you want to respect his stern organization. Would not it if it would happen? What my God. Fans would have loved in Klay. Just a personal story. as bobby.

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"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"To somebody on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Joining us now is defensive. Backs Skills Trainer Clay? Mac You can follow him on instagram. Not Twitter because Jack Dorsey as a tyrant follow on instagram. At clay MAC skills. We're we're working on that twitter account though right Klay Lewd absolute that aspect of the up here within the next week is a good deal. I give the fans some background. You can't call Jack Dorsey tyrant and not give a lot of people. Got A lot of people call Jack Dorsey okay. So basically clay a very large twitter. Following that You know a lot of high school kids would depend on that as their way to kind of get to. Klay and say. Hey Clay. I'd love to train with the. I'd love to do some stuff and it was a great resource tool and of course occasionally Clay would share some videos on it with original music and apparently the twitter Lords decided that it was pirated or something. I don't know where we're going to work on it. We're GONNA you know. Start the HASHTAG. Screw Jack Dorsey or something. I don't know well. We'll figure it out. He he gets a lot of pressure from a lot of people. I think that that's I think that'd be a popular move if we dog piled on on him a little bit more Dorsey as a grinder. This guy walks to work every day. He goes and he's like Meditation Hut. He's gotTa respect the grinders clay. So like I feel like he's going to respect your hustle. He's GonNa he's GonNa give me your twitter account back cell. He does it like you know I had somebody who's like genital research for me and like e mail and stuff when not because I've never received the email you know typically there is in your email. I got one he looked at. I know I never received emails as somebody. Who's the prompts one? And I apologize to him. I mean because I'm not I'm not into like I'm not trying to be like no like tiring. Go against the grain. Got Him. I'M NOT I'M NOT. I'm not that what I didn't receive Nabet so hats report clan. Hashtag Free Clay Mac. Now if you're not familiar with Klay what you should be clay trained several defensive backs across the NFL. I think most notably the the cowboys crush Jamal Adams He. He's worked with Jim Olson. Sixth Grade Jeff Okuda who just went third overall. I believe actually saw you on. Espn hugging Jeff After he was picked by the Lions and of course worked with Byron Jones really helped get Byron Cleaned up when he made the move to corner did a lot to help him. Somebody that Byron trusted so much that actually had klay come out to California remember bumping into your training camp last year when I saw you walk across the field and it was Byron. Was there on your door and I know you also work with to the cowboys. New draft picks Reggie Robinson from Tulsa and Trayvon digs from Alabama Before we jump to those like us just tell us how do you get into this because a lot of people? I think wonder like you know how to somebody become a clay Mac or a d. rob or anybody like that. How did you get into this? I was actually Copa America for uniforms End Up sitting at my desk officer of countrywide on loans and got phone call from hostile coach. James Jones. I went to come Campbell high school so phone wrong and he wanted me to come out because I was a college American hostile WanNa come out and Just just GonNa look at some of his defense bets so I did and thought it was going to be thirty forty five minutes or so ended up being at the two two and a half hours and Went back the next day went back the next day in like me. The thing that struck me was that it was a I live in Carrolton Kimmel Lozano cliffs hour drive for me so I don't know what it was as some kind of intuition more. I don't know what it was but I I became addicted to it. Don't sound so and the rings embiid. I think because you know sometimes these kids you know they not privy to some things that Gaza are attributed to as relates to advanced schematics. Another chance to work on your skillset fundamental things that you need to prepare yourself for the next level of the next level so when I was able to come back the stuff that I learned. I was eager at that particular point like trying to teach the younger gods. What I'm saying. So just got a discount on materialized scenario then buffed to to to be rob a which Amid his family members I played college ball together and it pretty much just started from there. So is it was maybe Robin. Getting margin hosts. We've started altogether at Saint Louis Group and then from there I just got infectious in there. And so many guys is bobby reference. Come to you guys. I WANNA put something to bed because as you can imagine at my twitter mentions I know. Bobby's they get so excited about this notion of. Jamal Adams coming to Dallas cowboys in good faith. Try to get him last year. It didn't work out. Does this feel like an oral Thomas Situation for you for the cowboy fans in other words even if the cowboys had for they're gonNA still have to pay this guy a top market value. Was it ever a real possibility and funny? You say that that was that was my logic by you. Know Okay. Even they got and they have the same. So is it working from a business. Perspective is just getting just halls. Those Beautiful Smile Stanford Your Fan base around up in line and then you have to ship them all four. You know you can't come to an agreement saying from Wise but Naturally you know that was his market that he loves. I mean he acts absolutely loves a Dallas and Out there and you know actually I have a very intimate relationship immunised family and Been not to new kind of Belabor the point per se but it was a lot of excitement around that I just opted Citing around that contained excitement. Because you know naturally you want to respect. His Stern Organization would not.

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"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"To somebody on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts, joining us now is defensive backs skills trainer Clay Mac, you can follow him on Instagram, not twitter because Jack Dorsey as a tyrant. Apollo on INSTAGRAM AT CLAY MAK skills. We're we're working on that twitter account though Right Klay Lewd absolute aspect of the up here within the next week is a good deal. I give the fans some background. You can't call Jack. Dorsey tyrant, and not give a lot of people God's. A lot of people call Jack Dorsey Okay so basically play a very large twitter following that You know a lot of high school. Kids would depend on that as their way to kind of get to Klay and say hey clay, I'd love to train with the I'd love to do some stuff and. It was a great resource tool, and of course occasionally clay would share some videos on it with original music and apparently the. Twitter Lords decided that it was pirated or something. I don't know where we're going to work on it. We're GONNA you know. Start the Hashtag screw, Jack Dorsey or something I. Don't know well. We'll figure it out he he gets a lot of pressure from a lot of people I think that that's I think that'd be a popular move if we dog piled on on him a little. Little bit more Dorsey as a grinder. This guy walks to work every day. He goes, and he's like Meditation Hut. He's gotTa respect. The grinders clay so like I feel like he's going to respect your hustle. He's GonNa. He's GonNa. Give me your twitter account back. L. In the funny thing about like you know I had somebody who's like John Dula research for me and like E and. Stuff when not because I've never received the email. You know typically there in your email. I got one. Looked at not I know. I, never received emails. As somebody WHO's the prompts. One and I apologize to him I mean because. I'm not I'm not into like I'm not trying to be like no like tiring. Go against the grain. I'm not. I'm not I'm not that. What I didn't receive, Nabet so. Hats report. Clan. Hashtag Free Clay Mac now. If you're not familiar with Klay would, you should be. Clay trained several defensive backs across the NFL I think most notably the the cowboys crush Jamal Adams He. He's worked with Jim Olson sixth. Grade Jeff Okuda. Who just went third overall. I believe actually saw you on ESPN hugging Jeff after he was picked by the Lions. And of course, worked with Byron. Jones really helped get Byron cleaned up when he made the move to corner did a lot to help him. Somebody that Byron trusted so much that actually had klay come out to California. Remember bumping into your training camp last year when I saw you walk across the field, and it was Byron was there in your door and I know. Know you also work with to the cowboys. New draft picks Reggie Robinson from Tulsa and Trayvon digs from Alabama before jump to those like guess, just tell us. How do you get into this? Because a lot of people I? Think wonder like you know how to somebody become a clay Mac or a d. rob or anybody like that. How did you get into this? I was actually a coping America for. Full end. Up Sitting at my desk officer of countrywide loans. and. Got Phone call from hostile coach. James Jones I went to come Campbell high school so. Phone wrong and he wanted me to come out because I was a college. Og Merrick's May hostile so wanna come out and just just GonNa look at his defense bets so I did. And thought it was going to be at thirty forty five minutes, so ended up, being at the two two and a half hours and went back. The next day went back the next day in. Like for me. The thing that struck me was that it was a I live in Carrolton Kimmel Lozano cliffs hour drive for me. So I don't know what it was as some kind of intuition more. I don't know what it was, but I I became addicted to it. Don't sound so and the rings and I. Think Because you know sometimes these kids you know. They not privy to some things that Gaza are attributed to as relates to advanced schematics. Another chance to work on your skillset fundamental things that you need to prepare yourself for the next level on the next level. So when I was able to come back the stuff that I learned I was eager at that particular point like trying to teach the younger gods, what I'm saying, so just got a discount on materialized scenario then buffed to to to be rob which Amid his one family members are play college ball together. And it pretty much just started from there, so is it was maybe Robin getting margin hosts? We've started altogether. At Saint Louis Group and then from there. I just got infectious in just goofing. And so many guys is bobby reference. Come to you guys I. WanNa put something to bed. Because as you can imagine, my twitter mentions I know bobbies. They get so excited about this notion of Jamal Adams coming to Dallas. Cowboys in good faith try to get him last year. It didn't work out. Does this feel like an oral Thomas Situation for you for the cowboy fans in other words. Even if the cowboys had for, they're gonNA, still have to pay this guy a top market value. Was it ever a real possibility? And funny, you say that that was that was my logic by you know okay. Even they got, and they have the. Sam So. Is it working from a business? Perspective is just get him just halls those. Beautiful Smile Stanford your. Fan Base around up in line, and then you have to ship them all four. You know you can't come to an agreement saying from wise but when actually you know, that was his market that he loves I mean he acts absolutely loves a Dallas and out there and you know actually. I have a very intimate relationship immunised family and been not to new kind of Belabor. The point per se but. It was a lot of excitement around that. I just opted lot exciting around that. Contained excitement because you know naturally, you want to respect his stern organization. Would not.

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"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Know two days later. Must Stop his like thirty four thousand. You know. Just heads up. It's just gonNA. Keep on going. Yeah, yeah, no doubt who don't you saw like? We said you saw Dez Bryant working out there. It used to be kind of a joke on social media. There was a time I don't know if it's still the case, but there was a time where Dez Bryant had more followers on twitter than any of the other three teams in the NFC east, so he had more than the Redskins, the eagles, and then the giants did on their own. But we mentioned there. You did work out at the sports performance center at the Star I know one of the guys who got to work with, and then was helping you train ahead of the draft was Jenkins. Who is the kind of legendary defensive line coach What do you think you learned from him? And how well he helped you prepare for this rookie season. I mean I I gotta give shot of the Coast Pj. Because again, he he really just you know, prepare me obviously overcoming a better defensive line, but just you know many you know he's a guy that is been in the game. For so long, yes, so much respect for. The fact that I you able to have access you not guy like that on a daily basis. Definitely, helped me out and you may. He made the process. I mean not say it was fun altogether, but again he just. Understand. You know what to expect like the my same mentality. You have to have your coordinator. Those good to have. You know when you talk about some of the guy's playing on the line with. I think of demarcus Lawrence and I think of a guy like tyrone Crawford. who had Marcus Lawrence riding his bike with them to the facility everyday? Tyrone is a grinder and if he sees you talking to the media too much, tyrone's get a grab you and hold you accountable. That's just through he is. The elder statement, one of my favorite guys on that team I've known him since he was a rookie, but have you heard from any of those guys than even the prospect of the possibility of a guy like Randy, Gregory and Alden Smith coming back. So you know I had to play tire cops. He gave me a shot on twitter. Let me know he's happy to be A. Part of the program I germ McCoy. A former sooner you know, big burly. He gave me a shot which was a love to. Not Again I'm. I feel like this kind of social media. Kinda comes with your you know like I said I'm just GONNA play my role, but I'm actually. I'm hoping. That the you know this pandemic. Calms down because he like I said. I was really looking forward to colleges just. Jumping into get him back to you know football, so this stuff is Kinda. I feel like literally. Find a way to get it in get. Training get acclimated stuff, but it's like at the same time. It's like you know. I feel like social media. Is if not now more than ever the primary? Resource Verdy know. Everything I'm not really like a big old social media Guy Bud. Alright. Neville you were a guy I know? The cowboys had a really high grade on higher than than you went. They viewed you. As you know a a second, potentially late round I type of player. There was a lot of buzz. From Tom Pella, sorrow and Daniel Jeremiah that you know never. Gallimore is a guy who could sneak into the back end of the first round here. Teams really like him, and then you last all the way to eighty two. You know middle of the third round. Did you feel I disrespected by that. Did you feel like people were giving you enough credit for the type of career? You had it Oklahoma and the type of player that you are. I mean. This. Like I? Said everything was reason. I could I mean. Whether I'll be whether out of been. You know upset our side. You know when the change anything you know at a day I'm just really more grateful finding that got an opportunity. You know a lot, a lot of people I guess. A lot of people are Kinda. Look his you know. Hey, no, you should have got drafted. You know away earlier, but at the same time you know still in. A great position to still you know. Do great things right so again. I'm just looking for that opportunity to. Earn everything you know experience, and I'm the kind of guy like I said. I don't really. Dwell on. What people say is more so actually, but again I'm just grateful for the fact that. The Dow's Kabul shows you couldn't have been a greater situation to be honest. I, mean I try I. Try my best not to really look Cadet in the past. Obviously, but it happens I'm here in Abu Tulips. You know to to earn a star home. And such an interesting opportunity we were talking about this. All of you guys are sort of starting off on on the same level in other words is going to be a new defense with Mike. No one in his group agreed. You've got a guy like Leon Lett back, but they're getting the playbook. They got their virtual story last week. G Like having a little bit of that advantage sort. Sort of being able to start off sort of ground zero with everybody else in I'm also curious. How are you keeping? Yourself engaged in look I'm doing my online workouts. Man I like to be in the gym three four days a week. It is it is a little bit of a challenge, but defined that you're getting in a in a sweet spot, a little bit of a groove right now. I mean like you really don't know because like. I said everything is. Pretty much closed down from football perspective, but like I said I'm trying to make the most of a mind returning telling me no training outside. And just do a chance because I could say you. You really don't know right obviously. As, we continue to progress. Are More more information. Is Still? The you know the organization doing a great job in terms of still trying to find ways us to. You know. Get adjusted, but obviously with this pandemic you know. Going on still you know I was cedeno hindering the process, but in we take it day by day well novel gala more the newest one of the newest Dallas cowboys their third round I'll tell you what Jane I'm really looking forward to the The training camp battle knowing that a Texas longhorn Connor Williams is on the inside now, so never will be one. One on ones with Connor. Williams, likely we'll get the. Oh, you Texas juice there, but we're all very excited to have never here. You can follow me on twitter even though he's. He's not much of twitter guy, you can help contribute to that explosion at path to great work with the number two. Never. We appreciate you so much man. Thank you, guys Trish HR..

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"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Because Dak Prescott on draft night also had a bunch of people re tweeted an old tweet where he said the cowboys decided to get rid of Romo and then he had actually sit in the same room as him which was probably a little much but I mean I think everybody gets. That's that's a little in the past and you know nobody wants to hear that. I don't think you know you already take or retake that I actually think I got to defend him here. A little bit full disclosure. Ask people to air their dirty laundry without giving a little bit of my own. I put a tweet out there about Aaron Andrews a few years back and then of course we end up working on the sidelines and I see her. She's actually lovely at. I know how hard she works it. The energy is a little different once. You've done their job head. Yeah so I I feel for you. But it's a good thing tweets. I would've taken back to. I was able to delete all my tweets about Jane before we started working together. That wouldn't have been good if she would have thought that. Now I'm curious about in this speaking of Dak Prescott you know. He's about to get paid as one of the highest payed quarterbacks in the NFL. I'm sure you don't have any illusions of what your job is when you're walking in which you're walking in here to to be the backup quarterback and Potentially somebody that they can groom to maybe be more down the line What do you view as your responsibility? Walking in the door as somebody. Who's competing for that number two spot behind Dak Prescott? Yeah I think the biggest thing for me. Is You know from from day one. The I stepped in there. I've I've got to be the same guy that I've been the last seven years and whether that's now pushed acts starting job or just compete to make the team. I'M GONNA do whatever it takes. I've always been kind of one of those team I guys so not not GonNa try to overstep any boundaries and you know DAX starter and he has been for the last few years and you know obviously deservingly. He's he's about to get paid for what you want. He's done field the last few years so the biggest thing for me. Is You know. I'm just going to try to come in and learn as much as I can from him. He was in a similar situation to me as being a fourth-round graphic obviously not not in the seventh round but very similar playing styles in similar situation. So being able to kind of pick his brain a little bit and just Absorb as much information as possible as soon as I walk in the door. I think that will not done official for me. What I think is intriguing to. Ben Is with the Mike. Mccarthy regime were just as new as dealing with him. You're going to be But he talked to head of the draft to the importance of having a backup that because Dallas. They've sort of struggled with having guys that are that they have developed enough that they consider them valuable trade pieces a moving down the line. Meaning you're going to get some meaningful reps. Do you feel like Dallas was sort of an ideal situation for you. Given some of the places you can go as backup. Sort of get lost in the mix. Sure I think no doubt. In the coach McCarthy's track record speaks for himself with Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay. And I think no mass. Lynn was a seventh round agreed to and he had a he had a pretty good No career I think what he was in the League. Nine or ten years so Just the guys these worked with before and after being drafted into some of the other teams churches at had been interested in me too and said you know dude you have ended up in a better place with coach McCarthy in touch Nas Meyer so They were just sitting there calling for me and just stay in touch because you never know kind of how this thing goes in the NFL. So extremely excited to get to work with touch. Mccartan brings to the table in terms of getting to go and work with coach McCarthy and working with the rest of the team. Do you have an idea of what that's supposed to look like yet with with some of these covert restrictions still in place? Do you know I guess. What's the next step for you in this process of trying to get to work and then get prepared for the season you know? I don't know my coach. Smart text me last night and said hey you know. I'm GonNa give you a rain tomorrow and I'll have. We've kind of been laying out a rough schedule but I think somebody's virtual meetings are supposed to start next week so they sent me a an IPAD. That has the playbook and some of this stuff already preloaded into it so I think you know. I'm in the same position as these guys are. No one really knows how to react and adapt to this thing so I think their their plan is. You know we're just GONNA say the same week by week and as soon as we hear anything else you know. Will relay information as soon as we can. You guys. What I think is interesting to for you. Ben is a lot of these guys on offense or coming into a new situation with the exception. You know doc wasn't in the virtual chats last week by all accounts even though that wasn't officially confirmed this offense literally has a week on you. They started last Monday. And they're learning the terminology and this new offense since there's been a change. So do you think that helps you a little bit? Because I know Dat could talk a little bit about. This really applies to any player when they come from college to the NFL. There's so much information It's really gonNA rely on you to be a self starter. You one of those guys are sort of embracing this challenge. Yes so it's actually pretty interesting about all. This is my five years in college. I've had five different offense coordinator so every every spring I was getting used to the plan of. Hey you know. I've got a new coach in. I've got an another quarterback competition so I've been part of five different playbook Kinda had to had to learn on my feet quick in those five years so been around a lot of ball and had a lot of different coaches. I think that's one of the things that will plan in advantages. I going here but Kinda know the fact that everyone comes in on Ground Zero in your new offense. I think it just it helps me and I'll try to get back up to speed as quick as I can. You know you did mention that. You came from You know you didn't come from a powerhouse program. Necessarily but people would be wrong to say that you've never played big time football. You actually did start your career. Pittsburgh played some power five ball there. How much do you think your entire college experience? Not just what happened to James Madison but your entire college experience starting at Pittsburgh and then going to James Madison and help prepare you and get you ready. Yeah I tell people all the time if I had to do it over I'd do it. The exact same way. Jamie was actually the second school that offered me out of high school and I considered Go in there straight out of high school but one thing led to another came in and offer before signing dam is one of those things was twenty minutes from my house with our football in just the idea that my parents in unity come see me whenever I I couldn't pass that up but you'll get into to start six games my redshirt sophomore year and I played in ten out of twelve so that was invaluable. Experience for me is really the first time that I'd stepped on a college football field and Just being able to carry that confidence in my junior and senior years jam thanks Really helped me a lot. My develop supplier all right. This is just one of the questions. I'm curious about. When Tony came down here he was really kind of ahead of entourage. He lived in a in a in a crib with a bunch of his friends from college. You are used to being close to home. We saw the spread that you had a for your watch party. Are you bring in a bunch of buddies down here so you feel a little bit more subtle than adjusted? I'm not going to bring any buddies that one of the things. That's actually comforting as One of my players at Defensive End Rondo card from Jayme you signed as an undrafted free agents douses while also having him down there with the transition a little bit more little easy in my girlfriend's actually from Austin which is only a few hours from Dallas so been down there a few times in the summer and then Our Championship game was in Frisco. Actually stayed at the Omni in torn the star and all that good stuff so kind of crazy how this thing comes full circle in a few months and it's literally a I went to. Ut I gotTa Tell You Ben Austin is a great place to go get away have fun on the lakes. We have lakes around here too but it is nice to be able to be closed at least to go get a family meal. Lots of lots of hippies in Austin though. Just be ready. I'm just looking forward to having some Sun. It's like five degrees and rainy every day. Up here in Pittsburgh. So it's getting every once in a while this great right now. Blue Skies Eighty degrees. I mean it's GonNa get hot but you know it's it's great right now. Well Benji he. Is the cowboys new quarterback guy that they thought highly enough that they weren't gonNA chance you know potentially risking having to get into a bidding war in free agency. They took him seventh round peg. You can follow him on twitter at be underscored to Nucci six Ben. Thanks so much for joining us. Treasury is looking forward to getting a job as I get down there. Hey I'm andy if you don't know me it's probably because I'm not famous but I did start a men's.

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"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I've got a new coach in I've got an another quarterback competition, so I've been part of five different playbook Kinda had to had to learn on my feet quick in those five years, so been around a lot of ball and. Had A lot of different coaches I think that's one of the things that will plan in advantages I going here, but Kinda know the fact that everyone comes in on Ground Zero. Could be a new offense I think it just it helps me and I'll try to get back up to speed as quick as I can. You know you did mention that you came from You know you didn't come from a powerhouse program necessarily but. People would be wrong to say that. You've never played big time football. You actually did start your career. Pittsburgh played some power five ball there. How much do you think your entire college experience? Not just what happened to James Madison, but your entire college experience starting at Pittsburgh and then going to James Madison and help prepare you and get you ready. Yeah, I tell people all the time. If I had to do it over, I'd do it the exact same way. Jamie was actually the second school that offered me out of high school and I considered go in there straight out of high school, but one thing led to another. Came in and offer before signing into is one of those things. Was Twenty minutes from my house with our football in. Just the idea that my parents in community come see me whenever I I couldn't pass that up, but. You'll get into to start six games. My redshirt sophomore year and I think played in ten out of twelve so. That that was invaluable. Experience for me is really the first time that I'd stepped on a college football, field and Just being able to carry that confidence in my junior and senior years jam. Thanks really helped me a lot. My develop supplier. All right. This is just one of the questions I'm curious about when Tony came down here. He was really kind of ahead of entourage. He lived in a in a in a crib with a bunch of his friends from college. You are used to being close to home. We saw the spread that you had a for your watch forty. Are You bring in a bunch? Bunch of buddies down here so you feel a little bit more subtle than adjusted I'm not going to bring any buddies that one of the things that's actually comforting as One of my players at Defensive End Rondo card from Jayme, you signed as an undrafted free agents douses while also having him down there with make the transition a little bit more little easy. In my girlfriend's actually from Austin, which is only a few hours from Dallas, so been down there a few times in the summer, and then our championship game was in. Frisco actually stayed at the Omni in. The Star and do all that good stuff so kind of crazy. How this thing on it comes full circle in a few months, and it's literally a I went to ut I. gotTA. Tell You ben Austin is a great place to go get away. Have Fun on the lakes. We have lakes around here, too, but it is nice to be able to be closed at least to go get a family meal lots of. Lots of hippies and Austin though just be ready I'm just looking forward to having some Sun. It's like. Five degrees and rainy every day up here in Pittsburgh, so it's getting every once in a while. This great right now. Blue Skies, eighty degrees I mean it's GonNa. Get Hot, but you know. It's. It's great right now. Well new. He is the cowboys new quarterback guy that they thought highly enough that they weren't gonNA chance you know potentially risking having to get into a bidding war in free agency. They took him seventh round peg. You can follow him on twitter at be underscored to NUCCI six. Ben Thanks so much for joining us. Treasury is looking forward to getting a as I get down there. Hey I'm andy. If you don't know me, it's probably because I'm not famous, but I did start. A men's grooming.

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"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

10:39 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Here's Jane and Bobby all right. We'll what age raft. And what a debut for Mike McCarthy here in Dallas you know there were so many concerns about what the strapped with look like and even the cowboys own admission that leading into the strap that they had a glitch during their mock draft during a trade which I loved Jerry sort of toying with us on things by all accounts not only went well for the cowboys but it was as if in like it was a little bit of Murphy's law anything that could go wrong. Did they finally got some good Karma Inoue. Bobby were you as shocked. I was deceived away. This draft went for them this year. I didn't think there was any way at all CD. Lamb would fall to them at seventeen and I didn't think there was any way at all that trayvon digs. It'd be there fifty one at ending. There was any way at all. Neville gallimore eighty two and I didn't think there was any way at all the Bradley and I would be all the way at the back. End of the fifth so they got incredible value all across the board throughout the draft just an unreal classes. You said a lot of times. We're sitting there watching the board and guy he just came off and this guy came off and rats. We really liked that guy and we thought that was the target. And only when we do get some sort of miracle of thornhill falls you or T. J. Watt falls to you. Then it's been tristen hill or it's been Taco Charlton. Then it's it's been a little bit disappointing for the fan base. I think this is the first time in years that fans were just right there with every pay goad. Yes yes yes. And it's because they get CD lamb trayvon digs Neville gallimore and all these guys at such incredible value Daniel Jeremiah for NFL network. It said that his greatest value picking the entire draft meeting a guy who went more spots away from where DJ had him ranked than any other player in the draft was Bradley Ni- and he said the cowboys got him more than a hundred picks later than he had had him ranked in his class. Oh value all over the board and a lot of exciting players and we'll get to talk to a couple of them today. I thought what was so interesting about the cd-rom pick was. I think I saw one juror. Mock draft that had sealion falling to the cowboys at seventeen and I joked on NFL. Now when I when I did the show earlier today I said old takes exposed. I said the fans are going to want the Godley. Pick a CD Leeann. But it's GonNa make more sense for them to go and get a guy like caleb on chase on and there was Kayla von Chase on who we talked about it offensive player. We also talked about. Cj Henderson who had already went the quarterback in AJ Carol who was already gone at that point and then there was a possibility of trading back picking up Cesar Ruiz and in possibly getting another pick. Something that I thought was interesting the saints when did they went and got Cesar Ruiz By just holding it there. Pick twenty four but the fact. Cd-rom fell to them and by their own admission. They did not do one. Mock draft were. Cd-rom was in fact they didn't speak to CD LAN. Obviously they were familiar with them. He played three times at. At and T. Stadium so they knew who the guy was But she's absolutely fascinating that here was this guy seemed like such a luxury item and that Jerry Jones is he never came out and said it when Calvin Watkins after we're Yeah Jerry. Where are you making these fix. The Internet identified that they were in fact on their yacht. The side by side pictures were absolutely amazing. What such a decadent pick on an extravagant yacht. And I've gotTa think that Jerry Jones was doing cannonballs off that yacht when things were done just because of the versatility of CD LAN and now a look at this offense. I just want to put a little respect on my boy. Michael Gallons name. All these analysts coming out and saying well the cowboys have got a maury cooper a tyranny Williams terrance Williams has been gone and he's been gone for a long time. I turn out in the club. Terrance Williams was cut by an XFL team three months ago. So I mean there have been several transactions since terrance Williams was last on a football team respect on Michael Gallup's dame a guy who got increasingly better as the year went on and I hated that the game in Philly came down to Michael Gallup in the end zone and he he was close. He had that mall. But put some respect on this kid's name but now you're adding guy like CD land to the mix when you've already got chew guys who had over a thousand receiving yards next year. I also think what's going to be interesting. Bobby and you can speak a little bit more because you watch lot of the tape. His contributions and he can make on special teams. Yeah he's I mean he's going to be and that's actually kind of the interesting thing. I think they got in a couple of their picks not just CD lamb who can contribute on special teams potentially But I think Reggie Robinson the corner. They picked their their talked about. You know his special teams ability. I would guess Trayvon digs is GonNa do some special teams work digs is a a a really hard worker and a guy with a real zeal for knowledge and wanting to do everything. He can't help the team win. So I think that you know a low key thing that a lot of people haven't been talking about is how much of the cowboys have improved their special teams unit? Which was a disaster last year? From MISSED KICKS TO Awful kick coverage to telling somebody you know to Code Fair catch and fair catch. No don't do what you want. Everything from communication to execution everywhere across the board was awful with the special teams last year. I honestly think it cost them a couple of games and they've done a lot not just to improve their offense and their defense with this draft and with free agency but they've also done a lot to help really strengthen and solidify that special teams unit. Yes so let's talk about all the areas. They covered which is amazing to me that they were able to do it this way this year. They covered the cornerback position. They covered the defensive line position. Both in the draft and also with some of their undrafted. Free agents Rondell Carter. Of course a guy out of James Madison's they went and picked up. They gave him type of money. That you typically see could with seventh rounder. That's how much they were buying into him. Which interestingly enough to their center that they decided to trade back for with the eagles a guy that went to Wisconsin very similar to Travis Smart guys offensive. Lineman coming out of Wisconsin. So I I gotTa Tell You. I was really really impressed. The draft in. Oh by the way. We've got him in our show today. They wind up that late. Round quarterback Mike McCarthy in reference that he wanted a guy that that they want to have meaningful reps if they want to develop for trade value and a guy that slandered. Tony Romo a bit in tweets. Tony has a bit of a beehive. Hey Hey if we're if we're to look in and follow history than slandering. Tony Romo tweet on draft day means that he's about to get paid thirty five million in four years. You know. You're all about trends and analysis here bobby but I think fans are going to be really impressed with been. I know I was when I walked away from our interview. So we've got him coming up and then also claim accuse the defensive backs coach that works with rudy remarks trayvon's eggs and Reggie Robinson you can also sort of tell us what they expect from this physician in area where how is really going to shutdown corner in Dallas in recent memory. Although I would argue I thought Jordan Lewis. A really began to step up last year. I'd like to see a were. His game takes him this year under this new defense. But this is a jammed pack. Show we keep bringing them to you guys because we're averaging a little over ninety thousand downloads and listen so thank you so much but let's get to know still. Have these new cowboys players? Shall we joining us now? Is New Cowboy's quarterback then to new chief from James Madison? The team's seventh round pick. You can follow him on twitter at be underscored Ghanouchi D. I N. UCI six Ben. How're you doing? Good appreciate you for having me on absolutely excited to have you here and talk about i. Guess the lead up to the draft was Dallas team. You knew was interested. Did you have a lot of conversations with them? And then the leading up all the way to getting a phone call from the team to to explain it. It was probably the craziest three days of my life and an Saturday. Kinda put the exclamation point on that. But YEAH LEADING UP. Dallas was one of the four five teams that I had had constant communication with leading up to it and Doug Nas Mar. The quarterback coaches wanted to kind of drove the conversations that that led up to the weekend. And then as we kinda got closer to this thing he called me. You know Wednesday before the drafted started in that he called me Friday and said you know. Hey we'll touch Saturday just as we kind of. Get close to this thing. Worshiping you on our radar. We'd love to have you here in Dallas or even see how this whole thing plays out. Obviously that had no idea. How ARE WE GONNA go? And then At the beginning of the sixth round Started coming in contact and saying. Hey you know we're trying to get you. We don't we don't want another team to get you on so so just keep your phone on. You should keep you updated as we get closer to this thing. I got to tell. You Ben you got a little exposed. I love twitter. Bobby and I try to give agents a heads up if we see something on twitter that maybe they need to clear up ahead of the draft. You couldn't have possibly seen this but a little Romo slander. Warn Romo has like a beehive as it applies Dallas. How would you Love Slash? Hate Mail. Did you get when people saw that. That tweet in. Do you want to clarify that? Yeah sure I'd love to clarify so is for two thousand fourteen in now it. May I think I was price? Seventeen years old at the time. And there's probably a national televised game on and he had made a bad or something. That's just the first thing that POPs to my mind but shoot. I've had plenty of those before. Thrown five interceptions every game in a four. Before I'm sure that the Benvenuti's horrible tweets or refer go after that too but now Tony Romo is one of those guys that very similar situation came from. Fcs school battle his way in and had one of the most respected careers in in Dallas in been able to kind of come into a similar situation as him in play. The same team has him. You can't ask for anything else while interesting parallels there bobby if you think about you know there are tons and it's funny. I I was I was doing a podcast with will cain for me. Spn On Monday. And that was when when we started talking about Ben. And the pick for Ben Wilson. That was the first player that came to his mind when he was watching them. A little bit. It's like man. There's some some Romo stuff here with the improvisation and some of the fun little throws on the run. I got to say you know. You're not alone..

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"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Now coming straight to you from the lone star state. Here's Jane and Bobby. All right we'll what age raft and what a debut for Mike McCarthy here in Dallas you know. There were so many concerns about what the strapped with look like, and even the cowboys own admission that leading into this strap that they had a glitch. During their mock draft during a trade which I loved Jerry sort of with us on. Things by all accounts not only went well for the cowboys it was as if in. Like it was a little bit of Murphy's law anything that could go wrong did. They finally got some good Karma Inoue Bobby. Were you as shocked? I was deceived away. This draft went for them this year. I didn't think there was any way at all CD. Lamb would fall to them at seventeen, and I didn't think there was any way at all that trayvon digs. It'd be there fifty one at ending. There was any way at all Neville Gallimore. Would we eighty two and I didn't think there was any way at all. The Bradley and I would be all the way at the back end of the fifth, so they got incredible value all across the board throughout the draft. Just an unreal classes, you said a lot of times we're sitting there. Watching the board and guy, he just came off and this guy came off and rats. We really liked that guy and we thought that was the target and. Would when we do get some sort of miracle of. Thornhill falls to you or T. J. Watt falls to you. Then it's been tristen hill, or it's been Taco Charlton, then it's. It's been a little bit disappointing for the Fan Base I think this is the first time in. Years that fans were just right there with every pay goad. Yes, yes, yes, and it's because they get CD lamb. Trayvon digs Neville Gallimore, and all these guys at such incredible value Daniel Jeremiah for NFL network. It said that his greatest value picking the entire draft, a guy who went more spots away from where DJ had him ranked than any other player in the draft was Bradley and I and he said the cowboys got him more than a hundred picks later than he had had him ranked in his class. Oh. Value all over the board and a lot of exciting players, and we'll get to talk to a couple of them today. I thought what was so interesting about the cd-rom pick. Was I think I saw one juror mock draft that had deleon falling to the cowboys at seventeen and I joked on NFL now when I when I did the show earlier today I said old takes exposed, I said the fans are going to want the. Godley pick a CD Leeann, but it's GonNa. Make more sense for them to go and get a guy like caleb on chase on, and there was Kayla. Von Chase on who we talked about it. Offensive Player. We also talked about CJ. Henderson, who had already went the quarterback in Aj Carol, who was already gone at that point, and then there was a possibility of trading back. Picking up Cesar, Ruiz and in possibly getting another pick something that I thought was interesting, the saints when did they went and got Cesar Ruiz? by just holding it. There pick twenty four. But. The fact CD lamb fell to them and by their own admission they did not do one mock draft were cd-rom was in fact, they didn't speak to CD LAN. Obviously they were familiar with them. He played three times at a t and T. Stadium, so they knew who the guy was but she's absolutely fascinating that here was this guy seemed like such a luxury item and that Jerry Jones is? He never came out and said it when Calvin Watkins after Jerry. Where are you making these fix? The Internet identified that they were in fact on their yacht. The side by side pictures were absolutely amazing. What such a decadent pick on an extravagant! You're and I've got think that Jerry Jones was doing cannonballs off that yacht when things were done just because of the versatility of CD LAN and now a look at this offense. I just want to put a little respect on my boy. Michael Gal's name all these. Coming out and saying well. The cowboys have got a Maury Cooper. A tyranny Williams terrance Williams has been gone and he's been gone for a long time I turn. Out In the club Terrance Williams was cut by an XFL team three months ago so I mean. There have been several transactions since terrance. Williams was last on a football team. Respect on Michael. Gallup's Dame, a guy who got increasingly better as the year went on, and I hated that the game in Philly came down to Michael Gallup in the end zone, and he he was close. He had that mall, but put some respect on this kid's name, but now you're adding guy like CD lamb to the mix when you've already got chew guys who had over a thousand receiving yards next year I. also think what's going to be interesting. Bobby and you can speak a little bit more because you watch lot of the. The tape his contributions and he can make on special teams. Yeah, he's I. Mean He's going to be, and that's actually kind of the interesting thing I think they got in a couple of their picks, not just CD lamb, who can contribute on special teams potentially but I think Reggie Robinson the corner. They picked their. They talked about you know his special teams. Ability I would guess Trayvon digs is gonNA. Do some special teams work? Digs is a a a really hard worker and a guy with a real zeal for knowledge and. Wanting to do everything he can help the team win so I think that you know a low key thing that. A lot of people haven't been talking about is how much of the cowboys have improved their special teams unit, which was a disaster last year from missed kicks to awful. Kick coverage to telling somebody you know to Code Fair catch and fair catch. No, don't do what you want. Everything from communication to execution everywhere across the board was awful with the special teams last year I. Honestly think it cost them a couple of games, and they've done a lot not just to improve their offense and their defense with this draft and with free agency, but they've also done a lot to help. Really strengthen and solidify that special teams. Unit. Yes, so let's talk about all the areas they covered. Which is amazing to me that they were able to do it this way this year they covered the cornerback position. They covered the defensive line position both in the draft, and also with some of their undrafted free agents Rondell. Carter of course, a guy out of James Madison's. They went and picked up. They gave him type of money that you typically see seventh rounder. That's how much they were buying into him. which interestingly enough to their center that they decided to trade back for with the Eagles, a guy that went to Wisconsin similar to Travis smart guys offensive Lineman, coming out of Wisconsin, so. I I gotTa tell you. I was really really impressed. The draft in the way we've got him in our show today. They wind up that late round. quarterback Mike McCarthy in reference that he wanted a guy that that they want to have meaningful reps if they want to develop for trade value and a guy that slandered Tony. Romo a bit in tweets. Tony has a bit of a Beehive Hey. Hey, if we're if we're to look in and follow history than slandering Tony Romo tweet on draft day means that he's about to get paid thirty five million in four years. You know you're all about trends and analysis here. Bobby but I think fans are going to be really impressed with been. I know I was when I walked away our interviews, so we've got him coming up and then also claim accuse the defensive backs special. Coach that works with. Rudy remarks, trayvon's eggs and Reggie Robinson. You can also sort of tell us what they expect from this physician in area where how he's really gonNA shutdown corner..

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"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Now coming straight to you from the lone star state. Here's Jane and Bobby. All right we'll what age raft and what a debut for Mike McCarthy here in Dallas you know. There were so many concerns about what the strapped with look like, and even the cowboys own admission that leading into this strap that they had a glitch. During their mock draft during a trade which I loved Jerry sort of with us on. Things by all accounts not only went well for the cowboys it was as if in. Like it was a little bit of Murphy's law anything that could go wrong did. They finally got some good Karma Inoue Bobby. Were you as shocked? I was deceived away. This draft went for them this year. I didn't think there was any way at all CD. Lamb would fall to them at seventeen, and I didn't think there was any way at all that trayvon digs. It'd be there fifty one at ending. There was any way at all Neville Gallimore. Would we eighty two and I didn't think there was any way at all. The Bradley and I would be all the way at the back end of the fifth, so they got incredible value all across the board throughout the draft. Just an unreal classes, you said a lot of times we're sitting there. Watching the board and guy, he just came off and this guy came off and rats. We really liked that guy and we thought that was the target and. Would when we do get some sort of miracle of. Thornhill falls to you or T. J. Watt falls to you. Then it's been tristen hill, or it's been Taco Charlton, then it's. It's been a little bit disappointing for the Fan Base I think this is the first time in. Years that fans were just right there with every pay goad. Yes, yes, yes, and it's because they get CD lamb. Trayvon digs Neville Gallimore, and all these guys at such incredible value Daniel Jeremiah for NFL network. It said that his greatest value picking the entire draft, a guy who went more spots away from where DJ had him ranked than any other player in the draft was Bradley and I and he said the cowboys got him more than a hundred picks later than he had had him ranked in his class. Oh. Value all over the board and a lot of exciting players, and we'll get to talk to a couple of them today. I thought what was so interesting about the cd-rom pick. Was I think I saw one juror mock draft that had deleon falling to the cowboys at seventeen and I joked on NFL now when I when I did the show earlier today I said old takes exposed, I said the fans are going to want the. Godley pick a CD Leeann, but it's GonNa. Make more sense for them to go and get a guy like caleb on chase on, and there was Kayla. Von Chase on who we talked about it. Offensive Player. We also talked about CJ. Henderson, who had already went the quarterback in Aj Carol, who was already gone at that point, and then there was a possibility of trading back. Picking up Cesar, Ruiz and in possibly getting another pick something that I thought was interesting, the saints when did they went and got Cesar Ruiz? by just holding it. There pick twenty four. But. The fact CD lamb fell to them and by their own admission they did not do one mock draft were cd-rom was in fact, they didn't speak to CD LAN. Obviously they were familiar with them. He played three times at a t and T. Stadium, so they knew who the guy was but she's absolutely fascinating that here was this guy seemed like such a luxury item and that Jerry Jones is? He never came out and said it when Calvin Watkins after Jerry. Where are you making these fix? The Internet identified that they were in fact on their yacht. The side by side pictures were absolutely amazing. What such a decadent pick on an extravagant! You're and I've got think that Jerry Jones was doing cannonballs off that yacht when things were done just because of the versatility of CD LAN and now a look at this offense. I just want to put a little respect on my boy. Michael Gal's name all these. Coming out and saying well. The cowboys have got a Maury Cooper. A tyranny Williams terrance Williams has been gone and he's been gone for a long time I turn. Out In the club Terrance Williams was cut by an XFL team three months ago so I mean. There have been several transactions since terrance. Williams was last on a football team. Respect on Michael. Gallup's Dame, a guy who got increasingly better as the year went on, and I hated that the game in Philly came down to Michael Gallup in the end zone, and he he was close. He had that mall, but put some respect on this kid's name, but now you're adding guy like CD lamb to the mix when you've already got chew guys who had over a thousand receiving yards next year I. also think what's going to be interesting. Bobby and you can speak a little bit more because you watch lot of the. The tape his contributions and he can make on special teams. Yeah, he's I. Mean He's going to be, and that's actually kind of the interesting thing I think they got in a couple of their picks, not just CD lamb, who can contribute on special teams potentially but I think Reggie Robinson the corner. They picked their. They talked about you know his special teams. Ability I would guess Trayvon digs is gonNA. Do some special teams work? Digs is a a a really hard worker and a guy with a real zeal for knowledge and. Wanting to do everything he can help the team win so I think that you know a low key thing that. A lot of people haven't been talking about is how much of the cowboys have improved their special teams unit, which was a disaster last year from missed kicks to awful..

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Historically Black Colleges' Contributions to the NFL with Dr. Derrick E. White

In Black America

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Historically Black Colleges' Contributions to the NFL with Dr. Derrick E. White

"On this week's program historically black colleges and universities and the NFL with Doctor Derrick white in black America in their celebration of the hundred year. It was not as historical as we would like right. I think the for better for worse college football who celebrate the One hundred fiftieth year and in conjunction with ESPN primarily. Done these series of documentaries. That kind of documenting the game so they did a great set of talking about the early game when the Ivy Leagues Dominated College Football. Right you get that kind of Astaldi. Nfl is not so much right. In their part of Wigan's law says that the integration the reintegration of the. Nfl in part is done. Because you know teams WanNa move to the West Coast Right. They WanNa play in Los Angeles And that the black community the La said no in particular forced the L. A. Don's to say if you WANNA come in you. GotTa you gotTa desegregate Your Team. So woody strode gets an opportunity to play and Kenny Washington gets a chance to try out for these teams and they make these teams in the NFL so we were talking about the kind of reintegration of of professional football as the National Football League celebrated. Its first one hundred seasons unbeknownst to many sports fans the NFL didn't have any African American players for decade from Nineteen thirty four to nineteen forty-six. There was an unspoken agreement between owners to ban African American players today. They are two African American general managers for minority head coaches and one chief operating officer for the first time the crew for sue both fifty four had a record number of minority officials of the seven on the field five for African Americans the contribution of historical black colleges and universities. Acc use to the NFL has changed the game forever undrafted by an NFL team. Paul tank younger was the first African American player from grambling State University to play in the NFL when he signed with the Los Angeles Rams in nineteen forty nine the first African American drafted in the NFL draft was jaws rooks. I running back out of Morgan state in the Eleventh Round. One hundred and twenty fifth overall by the Green Bay packers in nineteen fifty one doing super bowl fifty four week in south Florida Group of area high school athletes had an opportunity to learn about the rich history of black college football and his contributions to the NFL and Black America spoke with doctor. Derrick wide associate professor at the University of Kentucky. When I was teaching a class on sports history I found that the students knew nothing about historically black college role. They were as part of their assignment. They had researched The histories of sports history at various institutions and students had cookman in Florida. And I knew that those are really successful. Athletic programs and students came back with nothing. And so I've you know I just thought chalked up. Initially students being students that they just didn't do enough but when we both begin system. I realized there was a huge gap in the scholarship. And there's a Lotta work on sports. History is a lot of work on college sports especially college football but there was very little nearly nothing on historically black colleges And so at the time I was at Florida Atlantic in so I was like Bam. You is like right up the road. Well you know eight hours away from my house but I and I knew Jay. Gator was dominant. I'd heard these stories from my uncles and I knew he was a fantastic program so I did a research trip and I went up there and they have the archivists there. And the the library's at up in Florida were amazing and they gave me these materials in there. All these letters documents and so I had budgets and letters of professional teams and I begin to understand how he organized his football program because the issue is discussed our Pamela Day. That there wasn't a lot of research money. A lot of research recruiting money not money budgets. Within Coach Gate. There was the ad coach basketball at one point. And those things. I thought those kinds of stories and that the greatness that the success that he was able to produce was Willie Gallimore Kim. Rowley Bob Hayes. I wanted to understand how that was done. I didn't WANNA chalk it up to that. These were just natural athletes that there was something being done happening on these institutions in some coaches Were better than others and so I wanted to tell that story talk about. Integration Immigration had a positive effect but it also had a devastating effect on also African Americans going to the NFL right so an integration was boom for professional football. Right then you know one of the reasons that Jake was so able to be so successful especially early on in the forties and early fifties that many of his former players gather degrees and became teachers in the high schools. All across the State of Florida and North Georgia. And so he would. They would just send him letters. Like hey coach gay. Got This really. Good kid this Willie Gallimore guys pretty good right. Like this is how he got recruiting information was from his former players but those players were talented but there was no professional football opportunities and so when those opportunities really begin to open up a specially after nineteen sixty when the AFL comes in then professional football now creates a new opportunity for black colleges in small colleges in general and so that becomes this boom and on the backside that the course the civil rights movement is happening at this exact same time right so brown. V Board of Education. This is entire push to desegregate schools Whether the high school level colleges etc and so so many ways why colleges Kinda caught between their own. Their success right. They're producing these great players in the NFL. Minium all pros as we talked about earlier. Thirty two or in the NFL Hall of fame at the same time. There are new opportunities at Florida. Miami or Georgia and that these schools especially in the deep south are slowly trying to recruit them when you look back at the history of ACC using his contribution to to the NFL. I found it amazing and the one hundred year the League. There's very little that has been articulated about a SPEC- US or the early African American players and they and their celebration of the hundredth year. It was not as historical as we would like right. I think the you know for better for Worse College Football who celebrated his Hundred Fiftieth Year and in conjunction with ESPN primarily. Done these series of documentaries that kind of documenting the game so they did a great set of documentaries talking about the early game when the Ivy League dominated college football. Right you get that kind of Nfl is not so much

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"gallimore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Selves away inside the reality is that every three days just one member of the family can go out and buy some food but that's basically the anytime your allowed out Japan's economy is strong because its fastest pace in more than five years GDP contracted by one point six percent in the three months to December compared to the previous quarter Rory Gallimore reports analysts had expected these preliminary figures to show that the world's third largest economy had shrunk but not by so much spending in Japan it pays to have been affected by a rise in the sales tax in October the same month a powerful typhoon hit the country causing widespread damage there now phase Japan could go into recession the government had already announced a stimulus package to try to reduce that threat and as recently counted on tourism from China to help sustain growth but the coronavirus outbreak a seam visits numbers full sharply the United Nations as called for an investigation into the killing of at least twenty two people in an English speaking region of Cameroon most of the victims were children the army has denied that it soldiers carried out the massacre in the village of into mobile is the latest in a series of attacks in the northwest region where separatists who want an independent English speaking state of in fighting the government for three years Australia's federal court is this Mr case brought by the national broadcaster in response to a police raid last year and its headquarters police searched the ABC's offices in Sydney for documents linked to investigative reports from twenty seventeen reports had indicated that Australian soldiers might have committed war crimes in Afghanistan the ABC director of news Gavin Morris denounced the ruling urgent more forms.

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"gallimore" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"gallimore" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Standstill outside because of an earlier accident in multiple lanes are closed and emergency vehicles on site also forty westbound at Gallimore dairy road your honor what is in fact he's the forecast showers likely even an isolated thunderstorm today with a high of sixty two tomorrow mostly cloudy few showers possible but mostly clearing in dry weather with a high of fifty one we've got rain fifty two degrees now outside of the planet is studios I want to seven five days yeah to Laurie but I want you to imagine this you leave and go to work and while you're at work one of your pipes burst at your house or maybe a worn hose from your toilet to the wall it bursts it's just not flooding and you don't know about it because you're at work and it keeps flooding and keeps flooding and literally destroy your house water damage is horrible even worse if you're on vacation this could be going on for days and it will ruin your whole house but now there's something to prevent that and PF plumbing has it a water leak detection system it will turn off your water to your home if a pipe or hose does burst or becomes undone and it won't flood your entire home giving you peace of mind I've heard the stories we had somebody that worked here that had a pipe burst on the second floor and they came home to a disaster they couldn't even live in the home for about three months if you want to get this piece of mine called PF plumbing now and schedule your appointment PF plumbing dot com for more I'm chasing given out one of seven five key easy I need to get your glow this February on Wednesday February twelfth for size plastic surgery in Winston Salem is heading diamond glow day that's right we have fourteen done was facial appointment for special price diamond below is a non invasive facial treatment that exfoliates with the diamonds one into three and hydrate your skin glow we're also having a luncheon learn on February twelfth lunch is on us plus you'll get a free swag bag call first life plastic surgery now what's it like to take a one five tasty bite medrash lentils for the first time like this one bite of all natural ingredients like kidney beans lentils onions and spices all slow simmered in a creamy tomato sauce ready in just sixty seconds one fight with change everything tasted Indian food in the yellow house finding your Chris is international while I'm Lisa Lanier president of one your log if you're a victim of childhood sexual abuse by a trusted adult and outside of your statute of limitations you should know about a new law that gives victims of childhood sexual abuse a one year window to file claims that clock started ticking January first so call in your log group today we're aggressively going after organizations that allow children to be abused location statewide including two twenty to sell swing road Greensboro online at higher a heavy weight dot com the official attorney of jeering Katie in the morning into electric guitars get one in every make and style with new multiply the cash scratch offs you can multiply win up to fifty times to enjoy more of the things you love it supports cars are you get your engine revving on an Italian masterpiece in whatever year you want multiply what you love with new multiply the cat scratch offs from the North Carolina education lottery with over one hundred twenty six million dollars in total prizes must be eighteen to play approximate overall odds of winning range from one to three point three to four twenty five problem gambling helpline eight seven seven seven one eight five five four three what's little red and might have you seen green the little red ball with big cash wins in threes double draw right now players have an extra chance to win when the red ball selected during pick three evening drawings it's guaranteed to happen at least once a week evenings just got more exciting with the little red ball that gives you two break chances to win offer good through February twenty ninth twenty twenty must be eighteen to play red ball will be drawn at least once every seven days during most problem gambling helpline eight seven seven seven one eight five five four three can't avoid doing your taxes but you can't avoid doing them yourself simply download the free true point tax app you can file your taxes in ten minutes or less enter your information to follow the steps in weather certified prepares will take over true point return started just one hundred and fifty dollars with guaranteed accuracy they can save you up to twenty percent learn more at true point tax app dot com that's T. R. U. point tax at dot com the fastest easiest way to get your taxes.

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"gallimore" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

15:35 min | 2 years ago

"gallimore" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Four percents for Hollywood movies all of the CGI lot of animation so you get incredible create talent here we also have money how do you make money look the the the thing that is very clear is at no one in outsourcing should really make a commission from the salary band should be passed through coastal the stop salary country should be completely transparent but beyond that with employment as you know in the US or anywhere in the world this a lot about the cost the office space the oppression banishment there is the hiring and the legal's legal entity base keeps them employed in compliant with the very pro-labor regulations here in the Philippines so you're we am effectively water is as a salary component then a manage component all of this very transparent and we can do those at Kohl's so then effectively on top band the school management fee and that is somewhere between between fifty cents and a dollar Olen again so you know this is you're you're a mind expanding my friend you're blowing my mind where are you physically located right now are you are you actually in my office right now someone from the Philippines during this interview right now Ebonite he never know I N in Manila I am in the it's almost like the Mecca full at Susan and I I'm I'm just finished about this and it it can be a little bit controversial at times people losing jobs you know I think that somewhat sometimes detached from reality he must've American now has the lowest employment rights ever you know what has happened to this nation this tech jobs the foreigners taking jobs most of America is now the lowest employment rate etta there are many businesses in America that not get the staff that they need their businesses in Japan that a declaring bankruptcy because they cannot get stopping and you know the Philippines has it is the largest english-speaking ruled in the largest speaking country in the world and they produce out six hundred fifty thousand graduates year university graduates and you can get a highly qualified fantastic dedicated person for a base salary of about five hundred UA stolas amount and this is just a huge opportunity not only for the Philippines The the Western World to get the resources you need to build the emphasis and Sydney cards as your new slogan going to be our source accelerator dot com where you too can outside so I have a couple of final questions for I want to ask you about here. You're having a lot of success as an entrepreneur but I think a lot of people want to know the one of our listeners went into the canucks that allow you to become successful your daily schedule your daily habits your daily rituals how do you organize the first four hours of each day Sali's swimming pool and I basically do some walking so super light exercise than the meditation on that process that the era of driveway I then have mine me who for the day which is a little bit unexciting thing and then I'm super excited to go to the coffee shop and headline coffee that which is probably the highlight of my diet and that's stout work in a nice environment I spend about an hour there and then our come heart get into the the gritty work you said you have your meal of the day you are you implying Derek Gilo gallimore that you are having one meal a day meal it out six forty five in the morning with a lot of fats and oils and I have a small meal about a letter the clock which is three x coffee and that's it so what's your big meal what's your what's your big meal what does that consist of it'd be tons of vegetables and approved would you give to our listeners out there do you have a certain you know a pithy and when you dream big big things happen.

"gallimore" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"gallimore" Discussed on KTOK

"Didn't they got lit the fast and they moved to the bar really will and a half years I got a great players so. well to do some things to kind of. put ourselves into situations but they're they're good defense probably the biggest story line those Texas tech offense for C. O. U. defense welcome to the big twelve Alice Krige Jack without starting quarterback Allen Bowman due to a shoulder injury as we heard earlier Jackson tighter jet up the at the back ups they can buy the complete four passes so far this season Duffy did play against a U. last year through for over a hundred yards against the Sooners and of course used defense so we've talked about their defense in the past Randy. I'm Dave given up eighty two fewer passing yards this year per game and with the tech quarterback and certainly this may not be the shoot out we've seen in the past we may not be heading for one hundred something to think about this say it right yeah no I'm not with the same kind of thing where she with ball would be an out it may not be kind of the same deal but the you speedy likely to continue rotating guys in and out we've talked about that in the past and defensive lineman no and that'll Gallimore says sets pay enough. I feel like you know. just the fact that you guys get in on some of the play one of the guys there yeah whatever their rotation of filling is good for us and it's a credit to those guys and be able to have access and then to go out and do the job and flour and make plays how's that paying off for for for you if not now at least going down the road. just and just knowing that you know we have a again like a lot of group of guys that can go out there and be effective but I definitely feel like it's gonna help out in the long run just so you know make sure to refresh and just as long as we're in the standard will be silent. you have to really adjust yourself when you're couple weeks ago said about want to play every snap get on there be on those much we play games get over thirty snaps out he just your style of play your mentality when you guys are rotate as much your. you know the basin and the close games you know ours breezes that you know whenever you're out there yes an opportunity some to the many places you know as long as they are to you want to make as much plays are you know just give all our efforts for as long as you can forever how to present a so so I feel that this is the biggest thing you know take advantage of every opportunity every damage have one for you then try to make the most out of. so we'll see what happens.

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"gallimore" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

13:58 min | 2 years ago

"gallimore" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Them to navigate in this going to be a lot more engagement. And I believe there will be another thirty million jobs being outsourced in the next fifty million. It's gonna go big. It's gonna go really big these going to be a tipping point. So there's only a million one point two million employees. Now and I believe that will thirty x over the next twenty years in terms of small and medium, sizes sized businesses outsourcing, that's crazy. It's huge. And again, I think I've said it a couple of episodes, ready. I always tip my hat to outsourcing BPO industry because I started there. That's my first job ever reason, I speak this way is because I had to learn how to speak English this way. And I threw going through hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of calls. I have perfected it to the point that I sound natural ready. But I did not sound like this. I said like this and run that what, what, what, what that's that's how how it is. But as an edge people that went through here I've known so many guys that started the call center there. So shame in it to be honest. We started out there, but now killing it, and whatever we're doing on the outside. Now, Derek, let's take a quick break. And when we come back, I want to do a deep dive now on the BPO industry. And why why let's look at both sides of the market, because it's all not this not all brain boosts in butterflies. Right. There's always deep ship in it, it, I want to talk to you about that base near experience and what not to talk about the nitty gritty of BPO an outsourcing and whatnot more of that after. And we're back from the rate, we're still with Derek Gallimore of outsource accelerator. I'm checking out your website Derek and you have a lot of stuff here, ready. And you you can go as us lowest twenty nine bucks a month. Yeah, that's fall source coach. So we are actually the outsources we actually provided visory guidance for people that wanted to and what did they get for a source coaching? You have it all here, but for people who don't have the ability to look at the website now what do they get? So we offer a range of services that basically helps people get into outsourcing source coaches entry level product, it's twenty nine dollars a month, but innocence, we can help people navigate the outsourcing market and help them the best prices possible. Outputs possible the best results possible. The best teams possible and find the band specifically. Is it fair to say that it's like a head hunter for BPO's sort, or no? Yeah, it's more like a booking dot com. It helps people navigate the market, and then we can help them implement out souls. Lost along the way in the news. Shied. The ship before wasn't good. You don't want to have that happen. But okay. This part Derek where we do a deep dive in. So this is BP. Oh, again, this is our lifeblood. There's only two big three. The first one is BPO here in the Philippines, are the really make our economy grow. The second one is the, the overseas Filipino to send money back. Company country is a float because of that. And lastly, of course, the manufacturing and there's still a lot of turmoil now than what, not really just recently had an election. And a lot of people are unhappy. And it's two sides of a coin. How does that affect what you guys are doing given that there's this lot of tension? Now with, with how Philippines is from the West Point of you, because we all know that it's only a question of India Philippines, right in terms of outsourcing, but how that affect us now given this political turmoil. That's happening. I mean you're absolute right. The outsourcing is the golden goose now, four the Philippines, then alkyl of ws online Filipino workers, and it's enables even though FW's to have highly paid professionals jobs in their home countries. So they can now come home. Outsourcing is incredibly valuable for the Philippines. There's now a lot of narrative around it being a sunset industry chat. Balts has got the whole thing. And so there's sort of a bit of doom and gloom about the industry. But my narrative is that this industry has only just begun. And there is a second wave coming of small and medium-sized businesses out souls, and this is going to thirty inks and this could transform the Philippines. Yeah. Because at the end of the day, if you look at the pyramid, okay? They're the top one thousand whatever thousand that's up up in. There are the ones that are paying outsourcing. Now, eventually when those graduate into more automated jobs or here's what people don't understand. And I'll, I'll share this from a personal ten point people came run your main hustles chat. Bob, h aren't you guys doing this to, to eliminate jobs? No, what we're doing is we're. Actually, eliminating redundant and repetitive tasks that people do that for for human intellect. It's a waste for them to do that. So now with that feed time now they can do things, and it's weird because, as we do that, too, there's going to be new. When you new opportunities that will come, for example, in our company chat Bodman. I'm not trying to advertise. I'm still the truth here. There's new types of jobs that we created. So now there's things called trainers John, they're not people what an at Nara. What is that? So basically, an AI trainer is not what people who it's not an AI that will trae new not it's people training, the AI for them to for it to be smarter. Does the smarter only we can get smarter is through exposing it to different types of data, and as much as we want to get the now to, to, to learn on its own? We're not at that point yet, we're in its infancy probably even read school. But it will take time and in order for that technology to be properly executed down to wrote in would need a lot of human supervision. Absolutely. I think I is a long long way away and also win a thousand people in a room are doing the same task. That is bright for automation and officiency Boston. The next wave of outsourcing is for the small and medium-sized businesses and they, they Hustler's they're scrappy this startups, like outs. And you cannot automate a startup because it's figuring out it's by as it goes. So she'd, the Knicks wife is far more resilient to this concern of IRA than the existing wave of outsourcing with is thousand people in one room doing the same that be a little Bala title of the I mean we all notice startups ninety percent of startups day. I mean, from outsourcing point of view, okay, Las y'all get paid the no problem. But of course, you want longevity to wouldn't that be arrested on the SME's don't have the same runway as a big corporate. Yeah. Absolutely. A whole spectrum to the market. So we're not necessarily talking about startups the medium size Secta could be up to two hundred staff, two hundred million revenues, they really quite significant businesses. The worldwide they contribute about one hundred million employees. It's about twelve trillion US and revenues and employ about sixty percent of the workforce middle class. Yeah. Absolutely. It's the majority of society, actually, and the big guys, the big boys had been outsourcing for twenty twenty five years now, and previously, the, the small guys have been excluded and only now they're able to access the market, but then not aware of it. So we've gotta make aware of the opportunities and outsourcing. And then we're gonna hit a tipping point. And people are going to start out so true. Like like in adaption of chat bots, right? The first couple we started out twenty seventeen or late twenty sixteen. I one third early adapters. These are the ones with the big guys like our make it rain. I don't know what I'm paying for, but I like it outdoor front. And then after that we dead comes to the mass the masses. And now we're trying to make Bank on that because everybody's like all right. We're no longer to Guinea pig baser, vying wolf follow right? Like crossing the Red Sea. Like, okay, he made on the other side. I'll we'll follow. He's good. So it's the same now with outsourcing. That's the division. You see here in whatnot now in terms of challenges in terms of BPO operators. I mean, okay, it's your job to match them navigate through all the crevices and meanders and whatnot. It's always hard to maintain a good quality. It's a service, no matter how, how good how, how good you operate. It's still Uman beings. There's a double edged sword. Always quality issues. There's high turn in Maine in whatnot and keep or hard. How do you manage expectations of planes, given that this is the reality of the game here? Yeah. Absolutely. And this is why wheel for a lot of advisory. And when you get into outsourcing, it's almost a bit like management consultancy, because you're diving into a person's business and you, I helping them basically better than business. You know that polls from management. Theories that pulls from our organizational theories? It pulls from a lot of skills, outsourcing itself is a solid industry. I don't need to tell outsourcing wanna does it is Philippine outsourcing is the best in the world and it we have trying to brand it more as the Swiss banking outsource. Get people realizing that this is really a top quality product. And in fact, you get a lot of businesses come over here, thinking that they're from the west, I know how to do everything. And then they are blown away by the level of sophistication here. I read this incredible. And having said that and often it's the client account themselves that needs the training. This is how you outsource, this is how you delegate, this is how you process, this is how you run KPI's. So the Tivoli. It's a smooth transition and bathe in know how to outsource. Oh, so we really hold the hand and help develop the outsourcing integration, awesome. Now in terms of again all the BPO's were expert and they're all experts in their own field are now gutting the same clients, and we're going to go to you and what how do you how do they promote that now before outsource accelerator because again, it's a battle, it's a very saturated market, right? And you mentioned around eight hundred of them. That's a lot of competition right here in chat plot game like a good handful or two. That are really. And then there's a ton small time going after the break, but for us, there's still a lot of. And I always tell the my peers I don't call them my competitors there. My peers, where's the same fish in the same ocean? But at the end of the day, there's enough kelp there's enough krill for us to eat. We don't need to be predatory Torridge each other. We can survive in choline habit. Seem coral reef or whatnot for outsourcing. Now they promote their own chips somewhere cutthroats. How do you balance that out with, with what do you, would you do? Now. Look, I the beep years have really hard job ahead of them as this industry is one of the only industries in the world where this appliances sitting here in the Philippines. And all of the customers is sitting in the US the UK and the vast majority of them have no idea. Amsoil s'amuse. They have no idea, even where the Philippines is. And what they know about the Philippines is maybe controversial. So I practice that it is. So the people were really cut out for them. And this is where they need an aggregate to marketplace. Something like book McComb for outsourcing, and that is where we come in to help promote the Philippines to the world and show, businesses out there in the west that outsourcing is available to them, and it's not as hard or as scary as they think got it now in terms of the business moderates. Okay. Well, you said twenty nine dollars a month. There's a couple more tears here for twelve thirteen hundred twelve twelve ninety nine one thousand one hundred ninety nine. Dollars. What did they get on the next here? So these are just our productized advisory packages. We're trying to make them simple so that people can click and engage quickly, we wanna make outsourcing as simple as possible to engage in, so we provide simple pricing simple products

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"gallimore" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"gallimore" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Pop. The next wave of outsourcing is for the small and medium-sized businesses and they are hustler scrap you startups like outs and camel to might stop because it's figuring out its own why as it goes. Welcome to hustle share the podcast. Features daily grind unique hustlers around the world. To show not our differences. That are hustles are very much alike. Now, here's your host roster beef young. Welcome to episode. Twenty five of the hustle, share podcast. My name is Ron Stor and I'm your host. This episode is brought to you by peril time attendance scheduling HR payroll solution for Philippine campus. If you're new to this podcast, welcome to the show huddle shares podcast led to learn from other Hustler's listening to them in the way, we do that dissect, every single thing we do on our Jones, Dr grind between and we've bureau away from the humble brag so we do on social media, I'd like to give you a heads up because we use adult language in here. So there's a lot of expletives, please make sure that there's no kids, this episode is very interesting because we're going to highlight our biggest industry, which is the B P O sector and to discuss that we will have Mr. Derek gala more the founder and CEO of outs. Source accelerator to discuss the hustle of a BPO marketplace now Derek's going to be sharing a lot of insights with us on what he thinks is the opportunity for a lot of BPO companies taking take advantage of considering that what he thinks is that there's a wave of BPO outsourcing gets can happen this industry, and he's also going to discuss why a marketplace feel marketplace is vital to bridging that gap a business in the west and having the VPO boom here in the Philippines, other than that he's also going to be a lot of his personal tips on how he bounced back pro failed business and the learnings he learned from that experience in. Lastly, Derek also going be sharing what he thinks is the future for the BPO industry and many more. So if you're ready to learn the husk. Of a BP marketplace. Let's begin this episode right now. Hey hustlers, let's talk about something really important real quick, something that, a lot of you, I know can relate to, especially if you're running a business, and I'm talking about payroll, you know how hard it is time consuming. This is especially that you have to do it twice a month. And Assegai who's been budding tech startups over ten years now this is something that I did not enjoy doing at all. Because I like being. Employees. No. But it's already hard looking for funding. Point three appeal in so much more Herger doing this manually. Luckily, I've found something that I highly recommend that you try and his for our friends from payroll hero. And here's how hero hero works. 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Walk into the latest episode of the podcast. We are back after the elections. The rubble has no set in and just what guys we got a grand because whatever happened that elections still mean shit if you don't hustle. And today's guest is all about that word hustle. And we're gonna be talking to Derrick Gallimore of outsource accelerator, Derrick, welcome to the show. Hey Ron, I'm good. Thank you for having a thank you, having the time to drop by the we call it the whole share studios, but to be honest, it's just checkbook, h conference room shirts. Right. So again, Derek, I always ask this from, from our guests and whatnot. What's your hustle? I am leading the outsourcing market bringing a marketplace to Philippines outsourcing gas. I am about outsourcing, and promoting Philippines to the world. Okay. When, when you say when you see outsourcing napkin, be a very broad spectrum, and let's call a Spade. The biggest industry that this country country has is the BPO industry, which business process outsourcing. What about outsourcing is what about outsourcing really enticing for you? And why did you start in this career? Well, that's, that's exactly why I'm going after this industry and helping support promote this industry because it is the single biggest industry in the Philippines limps into the GDP employs one point two million people and. About twenty four billion in revenues, but there's no aggregated platform for this sector. Unlike almost any sector in the world, and I believe that this outsourcing can be better promoted if there's an aggregate platform to help businesses in the west learn about outsourcing. Absolutely. And there's there's there's little knowledge about it. I mean from from, from a personal standpoint, there's, there's also siphoned outsourcing market. There's also the freelance market, right that I personally myself a freelancer at one point when I first started chat, h the thing that pay the bills for me, because I couldn't afford to pay myself salary was freelancing, but before that, very, let's right. It's haven't said this in a while. It's right. The hustle shared time machine to shout out to those people who want to see by the way, very soon, you'll be having hustle share swag, and we'll you'll now see what the fuck. The hustle share term. She looks like a lot of t-shirts. But Derek, how did you start your career? And I just

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"gallimore" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"gallimore" Discussed on KOMO

"Harley exteriors sports desk longtime university of Washington women's soccer coach Leslie Gallimore announcing that the two thousand and nine thousand nine hundred season will be her last her twenty sixth at the U dub, fourteen of her teams have made NC double A tournament. Berths appear have made it all the way to the elite a great great coach and outstanding personalized the Gallimore with one more season over at the of course, on Sunday, we will find out which teams will meet in Atlanta in Super Bowl fifty three conference championship games on tap. The Rams and saints are going the dome in New Orleans. Meanwhile, Kansas City will host Brady and the patriots in temperatures could be as cold as minus five to ten degrees at game time. Oh, sorry. Glaisdale? Just saying good good. You don't care either. But those players and fans at Arrowhead. They're gonna care a lot down under it's hard. They got a heatwave down Austrailia where Novak Djokovic opened his quest for a record seventh Austrailia open title and his fifteenth grand slam singles championship with a straight sets victory over American qualifier Mitchell. Krueger more sports coming your way in thirty minutes, a young Seahawks fan from Alaska gets the surprise of his life. When he learns he's headed for the Super Bowl as a guest reporter eight-year-old Camden Clancy flew to New York from Alaska leaving. He was a finalist for the position of NFL kid correspondent live on the set of ABC's. Good Morning America co host and former NFL star Michael Strahan tells Camden the truth. You're not a finalist. Camden..

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